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Title: The daily sentinel
Uniform Title: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 1 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando Fla
Creation Date: September 26, 1913
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1913.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 1, no. 269 (Dec. 20, 1913).
General Note: J.F. Schumann, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 4 (Feb. 14, 1913).
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Direct Service, Postal Telegraph until 2 a. m. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY Orlando-Progressive Center of the State



VOLUME ONE ORLANDO, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1913. NUMBER 196.




MASS MEETING[[ OCT08R'4[ Will I GOVERNMENT Will MUCH INSANITY IN All EVIDENCE[ [ CONCERNING[



RfGUlA TRAffIC SCHMIDT fAMilY


fORMAllY START CAMPAIGN CONTRIBUTIONS TO B BEHEARD[ [


REPORT OF THE INTERSTATE FORMER FRIEND TELLS OF FOURIN \

I COMMERCE COMMISSION TO FAMILY-ALSO STREAKOF

THIRD MEMBER OF COUNCIL MEETING OF FULL COUNCIL BE FOLLOWED BY ACTION INSANITY IN FAMILY NORCROSS SENDS CHECK FINANCIAL TRANSATIONS

SHIES HIS HAT INTO OF CONGRESS FOR GENERATIONSNew I OF SULZER WILL BE EXPOSED -

THE RING NEXT THURSDAY NIGHT i FOR GOVT. STATION I!( ON STAND

I Washington, Sept. 25.-On the York, Sept. 25.-The district
I heels of the Interstate Commerce attorney expects to hear late today or I

Commission's scathing denunciationof tomorrow the of his alienists '!
CITY opinion
ALL MEMBERS ARE NOW IX
SAYS HE DOES 'T KNOW WHAT
; IN THE RACE the New Haven road for the recent regarding the mental condition of RADIANT
HOLLAND I AND MAY BE EXPECTED TO IS EXPECTED BUT HE HIS LAWYERS
Wallingford wreck, in which it was Hans Schmidt, the slayer of Anna I ,
BE PRESENT held that "man failure," beginningwith Aumueller. Several physicians have WANTS TO JI

its high officials and ending with examined the priest but the- official LI'I I I
CHAIRMAN OF THE SEWER COMMITTEE Alderman Jackson being the last JUDGE HERRICK SMILED BROADLY
Mr. E. F. chairman of the
its trainmen, was responsible for the test of his sanity by the state was de Sperry, ,
ENTERS CONTEST absentee councilman to arrive in Or- I loss of twenty-one lives, sentiment in ferred. committee to secure the location of I WHEN ASKED IF SCHIFF'S

FOR MEMBER OF CITY lando, it is likely that the meetingnext congress rapidly began to crystallize Father Franz Markert, a school the government experiment station in I TESTIMONY HAD CHANGED

COMMISSIONWhile Thursday night will show a full today in a movement to take up the mate of Schmidt in Mainz, Germany, Orlando, received yesterday a letter! PLANS OF DEFENSE

board present. whole subject of legislation for train ltd a long talk with the confessed from Mr. Pliny Norcross, of Troy,

events in local politics have If the entire seven are there it will safety at the December session. murderer today. Pa., enclosing a check for $15 as a Albany, N. Y., Sept. 25.-The courtof

been coming thick and fast for the be the first full membership meetingto Backed by the influence of the Interstate "He hasn't changed much," said contribution to the fund necessary to impeachment trial of Governor

past few days, the campaign for the be held in two months. For a pe- Commerce Commission an Father Markert. "He was always ofa erect a building for laboratory pur Sulzer today unanimously voted in
of about month it was impos-
selection of city commissioners will riod a effort will be made to empower the nervous disposition, but we attributed poses. I II favor of admitting all testimony in
not be formally inaugurated until the sible to hold a meeting because a commission to deal with such ques- that to the close attention he Mr. Norcross says in his letter to I reference to alleged campaign contributions -

mass meeting to select a city com- quorum was lacking, but now that all tions as steel cars and modern safety paid to his studies. On his mother's Mr. Sperry that he had read in the received by the governor

mittee and set a date for a primary members are in town an effort will equipment. side an uncle hanged himself. A Sentinel of the effort that the Boardof I I whether specified in the articles of
undoubtedly be made on the part of I I
election has been held. Commissioner McChord, who has daughter of this uncle is now in an Trade was making to secure the impeachment or not.

Chairman M. 0, Overstreet has every member to register present investigated many recent wrecks, is institution for the insane. On his experiment station for Orlando, and The point rose on the testimony of

called the meeting to be held at the when the body is called to order by drafting a bill to place such power father's side a cousin shot himself a he wanted to contribute his mite to Morris Tekulsky, a New York liquor

city building Saturday evening, Octo- President William Smith. i with the commission. RepresentativeStevens year ago. A sister of this cousin is the cause. He said that he didn't dealer, and former president of the

ber 4, at 7:30 o'clock. An error was With this prospect in view the next..1 of New Hampshire, chairmanof I in an insane asylum. A generation know what amounts were being subscribed I New York City Liquor Dealers' asso-

made in the call as it was first issued meeting will be one of unusual length. a sub-committee of the interstate or two back, two cousins committed but took a chance on being I]Iciation.t He has known William Sul-

by Mr. Overstreet, the date being give Some matters have been held over I commerce committee, today began suicide and two other cousins, also of right and sent the check for fifteen iI I jzer i!I for twenty-three years and con-

en as- October 11. The revised call pending the assembling of a full I hearings preliminary to the drafting I a generation or two back, were inmates dollars. {j I sidered himself an intimate acquaint

will be taken notice of. The meetingis board. One of these is the paving of i of a similar bill. of an asylum. In college The committee will appear before:i ance. When he started to tell about

tl) be held a week earlier than the Kuhl avenue. This matter was one in : The hearing today was devoted to I Schmidt was eccentric and inclined to the county commissioners at the next i I I the organization's contributions to

!Il' first notice stated. which Alderman Giles was particularly inventors. Experts in railroad opera- I'be a fanatic regarding things relig- meeting to ask for an appropriation j: Sulzer, Attorney Marshall objected,

For the first time yesterday Mr. interested. He was anxious to I tion will be heard before a report is ious." for the station. The city council appropriated j:supporting his objection by a lengthy

James L Giles made formal an- have the work done before the open: made. I $250: at the last meeting,!'arg-ument. lie maintained that there

nouncement of his candidacy for ing of the winter season, so that the I and it is believed that the commissioners i was nothing in the articles of im

mayor. Before he returned from his Tampa to Jacksonville highway wouldbe .\ CONGRESSMAN I REBEKAS CELEBRATE I will do this much, and per+II peachment regarding this witness.

visit to New York the announcementhad in condition so far as the Orlando DIES AT HIS HOME Ii i haps give a much larger amount. The I I The purpose of the articles of impeachment -

been made in behalf of Mr. Giles stretch of it was concerned. Prices i 62ND ANNIVERSARY I appropriation from the city would un- I he contended, was to give

'by intimate friends who knew of his on brick for this work were submitted -! Special to The SentineLThomasville dounbtedly have been larger if it had I'I notice to a respondent of the natureof

intention to make the race, but the at the last meeting but action in I Ga., Sept. 25.-S. Anderson I not been that the request came at a'' the accusations against him and to

deferred. This will fur- Roddenberry, representative in time when the funds at the I'!
!* formal announcement by Mr. Giles ordering was i I city were afford him time to prepare to an-
CROWD GATHERED AT ODD FELLOWS -
himself appears in another column of ther delay thework, but it will be possible congress from the second Georgia lowest ebb. swer.
to push the actual work through' district, died at his home here this HALL TO OBSERVE Mr. M. 0. Overstreet, chairman of
the Sentinel for the first time today. I Mr. Stanchfield, in reply, declared
_ The announcement of Alderman R.I in a short time after the brick is received -I evening after a brief illness. Congressman AUXILIARY'S BIRTHDAYA the board of commissioners, is knownto that "the managers have secured and

L. Holland for commissioner is also for the stretch to be paved is I Roddenberry was one of the be heartily in favor of aiding the are prepared to show evidence that

,made in today's paper. Mr. Holland's only about a fourth of a mile in I progressive leaders in the lower house. large crowd gathered at Odd Fel- enterprise, and personally offered the Sulzer received a large number of

announcement was not unexpected.His length. I Though he had been in congress buta lows hall last night: to observe the use of forty acres of land required for contributions, vastly in excess of

name had been mentioned in connection short time he had impressed his sixty-second anniversary of the Re- experimental farming. It is believed those which appear on the face of

: with the commissionership for I ability upon his colleagues and was bekas, the auxiliary order of the I. 0. that the other commissioners will be the charges. There is no question as

,some time, and his friends knew that PRESBYTERIAN BOYS regarded___1.__ as a strong though radical 0. F. favorably impressed with the advan-I a matter of law, but that this evi-
I mciiiuer.DESPERATE. The which was varied, of having the station in..
the expected to enter the contest, but I program tages dence is admissible"Presiding

he' said that he was in no hurry to DEFEAT THE TIGERS!' -CRIMINAL- I was excellent as to the individual Orange county. Judge Cullen then ren-

make his announcement, and it is I ATTEMPTS TO ESCAPE numbers. Great care had been takenin dered a long opinion on the questionat

probable that the swift pace at which I training the children who took part, the conclusion of which he an-

the political vehicle has been moving EXCITING GAME OF BALL AT II Special to The Sentinel. and at the conclusion of the formal CARL KUHL FINISHES nounced he would overrule the ques-
Ossining, N. Y., Sept. 25.-Five part of the exercises a course of delicious -I
4 during the past few days hastened his FAIR GROUND MARKS LAST tion and submit it to a vote of the
his be- prisoners headed by "Big Bill" Green refreshments was served. COURSE IN AVIATION
decision to get name formally HALF HOLIDAY : I court. The presiding judge said if
fore the voters. Mr. Holland is the made a desperate effort to escape The committee on entertainment I I the present case were criminal trial
I from Sing Sing today, and were recaptured of Mesdames Barker I
third member of the council to enter was composed he would be disposed to exclude evidence

the. race, and if the voters were so In an exciting game at the fair I only after a thrilling chase !I Gauthier and Foster, and that on refreshments HIS FATHER GOES TO NEW YORK on charges not specified in the
II grounds yesterday afternoon thePresbterian on the Hudson in ..
boats.
motor All was composed of Mesdames -
the
:disposed they might select full TO WITNESS TKIALFLIGHTS indictment.
defeated the 'I
boys Orlan-I'of those implicated are serving long Brokaw and Hawley and Mr. "
commission from among the membersof i "This case, however, he said,
do the close
Tigers by score terms. This is the
second
the aldermanic i attempt to'' Dale. The program follows: be
present body'Messrs. "should construed with greater
,. 13.i I I II made I I
Giles, Gwynne and Holland. escape by Green. j! Opening Address-Dr. Ed\v. T.I latitude."
I Bowman's pitching was the feature j Mr. B. T. Kuhl left last night for
forming the trio. Poulson. I I He added that article six of the
of the game. The Tigers made a.; New York, where he goes to be pres-
HEIRESS IS | Piano Solo, "Maiden's Prayer"Olive impeachment had mentioned
BORN the
friends of the TO !
The re-
respective can- brave effort in the ninth, scoring two ent at the flight next week that will
didates Barker. ceipt of $;: OOOO by the with-
have been !
busy already, and but Bowman's I governor
runs, steady pitching be made by his son Carl, who has fin-
'the prospect is that the forthcoming pulled him out of the hole. Roden- I ZEICLER MILLIONS i! Flag Drill-Twenty Children. ished his course in aviation and is out naming the donors and that counsel
Recitation "The Barber"ClarenceIartin.
face is going to be one of the most baugh was there with the fast leg ii now an applicant for a pilot's license. for the respondent had ample opportunity -
.interesting ever held in Orlando.. The to ask for a bill ,of partic.
work, scoring three( of the four runs I "Kittie's Carl will make the flight: before a
Song, Lullabi'-Okle and ulars.
r ,candidates themselves have been doing made by the Presbyterians.: Newitt, ELIZABETH VIRGINIA IS LUSTY ; Currie. committee appointed by the New

a lot of quiet work. In fact, it who pitched for the Tigers, did good CHILD, YOUNG FATHER j Baby Piano Solo, "The Reapers"Miss :I York Aerial club, who will pass upon not"This do."," said Judge Cullen, "they did

: 'appears now that the campaign has work, but his support was poor. the question of his qualifications as
really been in progress for several The Tigers got three hits and the SAYS PROUDLY I, Swearengen. an operator and exhibitor. Carl has Governor Sulzer and his attorneys

tw.eeks, and "a number of voters have Presbyterians five. Bowman struck I, Recitation, "Politeness"WestonDenis. made a splendid record in the tech- emerged in good spirits today aftera
New York, Sept. 25.-That good old conference which lasted
been pledged in that time.f out twelve and Newitt ten. The line- nical part of the work and in all the several
standby of the Sunday il Violin Obligato, "Simple Confession"and hours.
papersthestory Judge Herrick
f On the other hand, a great major- up was as follows: I trial flights made by him, he has was asked if
"
{ about the world's richest babiesnow "Alice, Where Art Thou! -Mr. the testimony given to the
ity of those approached, perhaps, Tigers-Jackson, short stop; Wind- shown remarkable ability. He is cool impeach-
;"- should be taken down from the Barlow; Mrs. Brokaw, accompanist.Song ment court yesterday had caused
have refrained from pledging 'them- ham, 3rd base; Smith, catcher; Ham headed, steady of nerve, careful and any
shelf and dusted off for use becausea "Always Take a Girl Named change in the of
plans the defense.He .
elves, preferring to wait until all the mond, right field; Newitt, pitcher; confident, and these are the essential
entries were in. There is a well de- Floyd, 2nd base; Langford, 1st base; 1 new and important heiress has arrived Daisy"-Eloise Larson. qualifications to a man .'.ht' soars smiled broadly as he replied:
in the person of Miss Elizabeth I I Piano Solo, "Off to the Circus"- "I don't think it will be
fined purpose among the most ardent Beeman, center field. I with the birds.. necessaryfor
Virginia Ziegler, born this week Fred Phillips.
to Governor
advocates of commission government I Presb.terians-Jones, 2nd base; I The test flights: consist of many Sulzer to go on the
I Mr. and Mrs. William Ziegler, adopted Recitation, "The Farmer Boy"- stand."
J to support no candidate for the office Rodenbaugh, 3rd base; McCoy, 1st ; maneuvers, such as running the ma-
son and daughter-in-law of the John Denis. Nevertheless
'of commissioner who did not support I base; Bowman, pitcher; Douglass,I chine along the ground and rising the governor is still
late multi-millionaire who left a Piano Solo, "Sunset"-Okle Currie. at work
the commission charter. They con- short stop; Keys, catcher; Mayer, left great within a given number of feet, risingto assembling the story he expects -
? fortune gained through his control of Recitation, "Little Orphan Annie" tell.
to
He has
tend that it would be inconsistent and field; Dade, center field; Anderson,I I I a given height and landing in a assured his
the baking powder industry and in -Dorothy Seymore. friends that "it
not in the interest of the success of right field.COAST I designated spot; cutting the figure will prove a knockout
gigantic real estate operations in and I I Piano Solo, "Moonlight on the Hud- blow to the case of the prosecution."
' the new government to put men on eight in the air, and other feats that
around New York. Mayor Gaynor, son"-Corinne Barker. In view of the
testimony of JacobH.
the commission who were known to LINE TRAINSEVEN are considered difficult and essentialto
until his death, was an executor of Song-Six Little Girls. Schiff New York
a banker
be antagonistic to its adoption. What HOURS LATE a navigator of the air. yesterday -
the Ziegler estate. Closing Address Mr. O'Neal. i
influence this sentiment will have on I Carl will have the well wishes of afternoon, that he contributed
William Ziegler is not quite twenty- Song, "God Be With You Till We' $2,500 Governor Sulzer's
the candidacy of some of those who his Orlando friends. campaignfund
Train No. 85, Atlantic Coast Line, two and his wife, who was Miss Vir- Meet Again." |I I many with no restrictions of how it
are, in the race remains to be seen. I IJ
S; In.spite of the fact that some of them due to arrive in Orlando at 6:41, did ginia Watson, is about the same age. J HON. W. J. SEARS MAY BE should be spent, lawyers for the pros-
not reach the city until 1:40 a. m. The They were married in December last
REBEL LEADER ecution decided
opposed the change in city govern I I DRIVINGAMERICANS CANDIDATE FOR CONGRESSHon. to recall him to the
ment there appears to be no opposition I delay was caused by an engine leaning I and immediately after the weddingMr. FROM MEXICO witness stand. They hoped to draw
the rails and tearing up the track Ziegler rented Mrs. Bramhall Gilbert's W. J. Sears, superintendent of from the banker
a
to it at present, and all the can- qualification of his
I for a considerable distance. Quite a I I house No. 40 East Fiftyseventh -! Special to The SentineLPresidio I j|i public instruction of Osceola county unreserved statement made
that 'ester-
9 dictates are willing to avow they I
charter I I number of Orlandoites returning I street, which is now undergoing i Tex., Sept. 25. 'Gen. Pan-!i i and grand chancellor of the Knights day.
I
wish to see the new operated
.
". the home were on the belated train. alterations.The I. cho .Villa, the former bandit chief,I jof;' Pythias, spent a few hours in Orlando -
with greatest possible success. I
girl was born at the Ziegler now in command of the rebel forces'! yesterday. Mr. Sears is being HOWARD BABCOCK RESIGNS
.t The race will center about the strong forces behind them. country place at Great Island, Da- at Chihuahua, is driving all Americans -!I r prominently mentioned as a candidate'for PLACE WITH STATE
mayorship to with. Both Mr. While the interest in the : BANK
I begin mayoraltywill rien, Conn. She
weighed preciselyseven out of the state, according to': congress from the fourth district.Mr. .
Giles and Mr. Sperry are recognized be paramount the office of com- and a half pounds, the father refugees arriving here tonight. He Sears had just returned from a The State Bank of Orlando has received -

as strong men, and while they are missioner is not going by default, proudly said, and he added that she gave Americans twenty-four hours to visit to the K. of P. lodges in Palatka.I a" etter from Mr. Howard Bab.I .

personally friendly there is going to and the other two places on the com- is a lusty child. The mother is doing leave, threatening death to any re- and Jacksonville. The order is flourishing I cock tendering his resignation as assistant -
1>>&- t sharp contest between them. mission will offer a bone of contention very well.. The will I
family remainat maining. As a result Americans under his administration as cashier. Mr. and Mrs. Babcock -
The partisans of each are equally de. that will make the race intensely interesting the estate until November, when from the interior are pouring through'grand chancellor, and he enjoys a'I have been spending the summer

termined, and both have marshalled if not spectacular. they will move into their new home. here. wide popularity. ''at Westerly, R. I.



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MAITLAND ITEMS THE MAN WITHOUT A WANT I f
II ANNOUNCEMENTSAnnouncements !

T Maitland, Fla., Sept 24.-The very inserted in this column
Maybe you, personally, don't want If want the Best limited to fifteen lines. L>. over fifteen lines |
.large and handsome packing house anything; you may be an exception to, you !$10. Cash will be required in advance

being erected for Mr. Walter Dren- of mortals. Perhapsyou
the ordinary run FOR .MAYOR
' nen will probably be completed this have no house or furniture or I We are authorized to announce that
I CLOTHES
week, so far as the building is con- land to sell; you may not be in need Mr. James L. Giles will be a candidate I
s cerned. lie will then have the up-to- for mayor of the city of Orlando,
of a job o ra servant or a place to
for the term commencing January 1,
date engine and machinery installed. room. You may be so careful of your 1914, -under the commission form of

Young Clare's four-room bungalowis possessions, your purse or your dog MADE TO MEASUREYou government .

also nearing completion.Mr. or your jewelry, that you never lose FOR MAYOR ,
Monroe's four-room bungalow The Sentinel is authorized to :
anything; you may, in fact, be per- an-
t is near enough completed for them to fectly satisfied with life. nounce that Mr. E. F. Sperry will bea I''
candidate for mayor in the forth-
move in. Then read the Sentinel want ad. now have the opportunity, coming city primary. His reputation}
Mrs. Ada Moorman has returned pages today in order to realize just is such that it is deemed unnecessary
'
from a visit to Virginia.Rev. how much more fortunate you are for have with to add anything to this announcement LEARX ABOUTour
we us special rep- concerning his eminent fitness for the I
wife have
Carl Padgett and confections trial
than the other chap. Maybe some quality by a purchase -
I I position. He would fill the office in
returned from the Bahama Islands, there will have want of a pound box of our
one a you can resentative of Strauss & Bros., such a manner as to cause every citi-
where they had been as missionaries,I'attend to, making some one else, sat- zen to be proud of him as the official CHOCOLATESBOX

sent there by the Pentecostal Churchof I isfied with life. This is a world of of Baltimore. He will be withus head of the city.---4 BOXS

God. give and take and the Sentinel want FOR COMMISSIONERI

Hay getting is all the rage here. ,ads. will aid even "the man without for next three daysTuesday, am a candidate for city commissioner A "pointer" for the person wanting

There was a mass meeting of the a want. and wish to solicit in this pub- the best at a reasonable price-the

tax payers of Maitland and vicinity:I: Wednesday and Thursday, this lic manner the support of all the utmost in purity and deliciousness.
I voters of Orlando who think that I am
here yesterday to protest against the WANTS TO HELP ORLANDO qualified for that honorable and im- : Daintily packed and in the original

closing of our public school on ac- GET POSTOFFICETroy week. j portant position. It is with a due regard '9 shapes and variety of uon.BUff'S .

count of lack of children. The report j for the honor and importance of''!

had got out that we would have no: Pa., Sejt. 22, 1913.I IIt I{ that I enter the race. I hereby'l Kandy Kitchen
f pledge myself to perform the duties I
'
notice that of peopleare $ @
school or teacher furnished us. Some some your with
of the office earnestness and to ------
of" the parents are already sending making an effort to get a post- \,the best of my ability in the event of II' WE FIT GLASSES, GRIXD LENSES

their children to Winter Park, which office building on your vacant post- !''my election. Respectfully, AXD DO ALL HINDS OF

they have a right to do, but it cuts office lot. Come in and see the Big Line of I I H. CLARK ROBERTSON. OPTICAL REPAIRING

the number of, eligible scholars downto I know some of our Wisconsin con- : FOR CITY COMMISSIONER
'
Would it do for I hereby announce as a candidate
a small number here, so that over gressmen. any good SamplesAT I for commissioner, under the commis-

half of our children will be left with- me to ask for their assistance i i sion charter, subject to the city pri-

out a school, which we think is hard- Orlando needs a larger and better ;{ mary. I shall be glad to receive the
of tax- postoffice building much. assistance of friends and all who have
ly fair, in view of the amount very
faith in and in and
n: my ability
PLINY NORCROSS.One .
es we pay. good intention to serve the people
Mr. J. S. Simmons, one of our most BrownftLartigue's faithfully in every particular.If .
of the.big papers seizes upon elected I will business DR. L H. RAMSDELL
respected citizens, is confined to his so arrange my -
I the temporary indisposition of Thomas and other affairs that I will be OPTOMETRIST
bed.Maitland \ I'I'able to give full attention to public
I Edison to editorialize the sub.
on
expects to have electric I I,matters. Respectfully, (Successor to Dr. 0. P. Likins)
ject and remind us that the human ORLANDO, FLORIDA
lights in the near future. II! C. E. HOWARD.

ALL ABOARD FOR OCALA body care. is Edison a machine was that not seriously needs great ill [READ' ) THE SENTINEL FOR F THE NEW !: FOR hereby CITY announce COMMISSIONERI as a candidatefor I

and was out before the editorial was commissioner, under the commission -(THE WILLOLAModern

I, The printers' cost congress, authorized printed. The great inventor furnishes form of government, promising
the Flori all time outside of Homelike
at the last meeting of i to give necessary
the best example to be found of
I!
da Press association, will hold its first i the office hours prescribed by the Prices Moderate
the great endurance of the human i j charter, and subject to the city pri-
session at Ocala on the night of the body, and has proved in his dynamic! FRANK HYRESArtificial ', marr. If elected, I will honorably

13th of November. This meeting is I energy that work alone does not hurta i and fearlessly do my duty as a servant SOUTH ORANGE AVENUE
. held to consider the actual cost of I I of the _people.
, man. It is needless worry and (dissipation Near Lake Lucerne
printing. It is alleged that only a Respectfully,
that makes human wrecks.
W. P. GWYNNE.
: comparatively few printers know the g! Stone i
FOR COMMISSIONER
actual cost of the work they are do- That an ardent young fellow in I Orlando, Fla., Sept. 25, 1913. MRS. W. T. WALKER

ing, and that therefore only a few of Orlando on marriage bent was told I Greeting to Voters and Taxpayers of ORLANDO FLORIDA ,

them are making any money in the by a young lady Sunday night to try the City of Orlando:

business. Judging by the large num-'I and see if he could not earn a little : Building Blocks, Cement Brick, House I hereby announce myself a candi-
I date for commissioner, subject to the
J. C. ANNO
ber of newspaper men we see every more than $6.50 per week upon which I Foundations, all styles of Concrete primary. And if elected, I promiseto

day wearing diamonds, touring the I Ito support a wife. Columns, and Balusters, also all kindsof perform the duties of the office to
country in their autos, or strutting the best of my ability, without fearor The Clothier
around at all the swell summer re-I After the railroad companies have I' Ornamental Concrete Work .in Whiteor favor. Will also state that I be-. Boys'O
lieve in and shall work to better
sorts, we are inclined to question'substituted steel cars for the wooden Colored Facings sanitary
conditions better streets better
I ; ;
these allegations. However, if thereis !ones now in use in the interests of I and more convenient schools; bet 45 W. Church Street

a printer in Florida who is not the safety first slogan, it will be up ter and improved fire apparatus, and

= making all the money he wants, that. to the traveling public to do its part I Phone 159-Works Livingston Ave. on R.R. the building of a city hall; the healthof Nothing succeeds like circulation.We .
city first, last and always.
person should attend this congress by agreeing to be satisfied with a littie our have it. One ad, in the Sentinel
Respectfully,
and learn why.-Arcadia Enterprise., slower rate of travel schedule. I R. L. HOLLAND. will show you the way.


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STATE NEWS NOTES HHHIIIIiilMlllilMMillMliMMIMMIIMIIOMMIMMMHMmMIMMMMMi

fhe JJEfJo Success.
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The coming term of the Florida '' BEFORE DECIDING
Woman's College at Tallahassee,

of promises the school.to be the best in the history R rESR R h JANSEN ,

,IMPROVED AN!
The Woman's club in Live Oak is UmnPRovEtf IOTARY II
going to plant grass and beautify the QRLAHDOFLORIDA.. UBLIC IIand in III1 ind !
grounds at the court house in that

city.


The new town of Chuluota is fast Real Estate For Sale:
being developed and settled. It is located '
on the Okeechobee division of _

the Florida East Coast railway, about Fine winter home and orange grove FARMS AT PRICES TO SUIT YOU
miles west of Titusville.
forty combined; a fine piece of property;,

Tallahassee who this year's crop will amount to $5,000. EU'W'
Mosely also a Great Number of Fine City
has been attending the University of | and Country Properties. Unim-
has Fully furnished two-story cottage, .
Florida the past two years gone
proved Land m Any Size Tract You
to Washington, D. C., where he will for sale or rent; rent, $50 per month; T
1 Want, and Land for Trucking for : rr
enter the Bliss electrical school. sale price, $4,000. Come or write Rent. '

quick if you want it. j
Jews all over the world are making I
plans to celebrate the Jewish year 1
5674, new year day this time falling Fine residence lots in best part of The truth about the properties I

on October 2. This is the most holy the city, from $1,250 to $6,000. offer for sale is good enough.
day on the entire Jewish calendar. ORLANDO AUTO AND SUPPLY COMPANYtliiMMIHIMIMMIMIMMMMHHHMMMMtHMIHmmtilltlHIBtllMIM


The Daytona Gazette News says Suburban lake front lots, $150; reCall on or write me for fuller m.
the condition of the highway between stricted, high, healthy location. They f
Daytona and DeLand has been greatly formation
are beauties and real bargains.
improved during the last couple of
months and is now in better condition MIMMIMMIMIM

than at any time since it was 1, 21-2 and 5 acre tracts for sub- Correspondence in English, German + MMMMIMOY

built urban homes, chicken or dairy and Scandinavian solicited. MIMMMMMMMMMIMM ' ill I Pnt'' 'tMiiimiiiietiaiMM ''"'
'IIMMMIIiaiMMMIMHf: : :UiHiLiUO I I I : ::
Miss Dolly Duncan of Tavares has
been appointed to represent the Third CARL JANSEN MUMIMHIIHlII
brigade at the state reunion of Confederate

Pensacola Veterans October 21st which to 23rd.meets She in Real Estate, Fire Insurance II Gas Range Fi All faIn Cooking

veteran.is the daughter of an old Confederate NOTARY PUBLIC

Office in Rock Building ORANGE AVE. Opposite San Juan Hotel our last "ad." we told you how convenient a gas range is for EMEPvGENCIES. Now
The high school in Palmetto opened i J
don't get the idea from this that a gas range is good for EMERGENCIES ONLY. Don't think
its doors last Monday for the 1913-4
session with an enrollment of 219 that for a single minute! A Gas Range is good for all kinds of cooking-in fact (\\e tell v0u

pupils. This is said to be the largest ROLLINS COLLEGE this confidentially), a gas range is better than a coal or wood range because it is more convenient,

attendance on the opening day in the I cleaner, neater, cheaper, and always ready for use. It also takes up less room, makes your
WINTER PARK, FLA.
history of the school. No doubt the kitchen look better and eliminates all the unpleasant work and drudgery caused by cooking on a
300 mark will be reached before the Oldest College and Most Beautiful roughs adding machine, typewriters,
wood or coal stove. In other words, a gas range makes cooking a pleasure and every home should
term is over Campus in Florida. College;Academy two instructors. New chemical and i
Music, Expression, Fine 'physical laboratories, equipped with have one.
Arts,Domestic and Indus every modern device; analysis of soils, We can give you one for $14 or $73, according to your needs, and are sure we can make you
GRANDMA SAYS
: trial Arts, Business, fertilizers, foods, water; preparation
Normal Course. for engineering courses. satisfied with any range we sell you. .
That time is certainly on the wing. Lakes, boating, swimming, golf,
Twelve buildings, four dormitories, tennis, foot ball, basket ball: Four
Already the 1914 calendar and auto separate rooms, steam heat, electric consecutive years champions of State
mobile are announced. lights, fire protection, fine gymnasium in base ball.Christian CO1
no malaria, quarter million dollar but Undenominational;
That although some people in endowment Three teachers of Expenses Moderate, Scholar GAS DEPARTMENTSPECIAL
a
music, $5,000 organ, a dozen pianos, ships Available.
neighborhood persist in quarreling, two glee clubs, chorus class, orchestra For Catalogue address the President,
their cats seem to be on good terms. superb new rooms for Business WM. F. BLACKMAN, Ph. Dn
School, full banking equipment, Bur Winter Park, Fla.

That the turkeytillion trot is the
latest fad among society dancers.
Can't tell what will be the next fad.
hFtt$,. 4 ,

That the old bachelor is still hank THE MARKET
ering to propose to that widow, but PRICES
he is so awfully afraid that she's refuse -

him that he does not dare to Of Cleanliness Of Quality
ask her hand in marriage.

FRESH AND SALT MEATS
That there are many things hap We always have special prices, but we
pening in Orlando that would make
FISH AND GAME
interesting reading if they could be do not have any sales.
published, but they would raise too Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
much family disturbances. Our plan is to take the money it would
| Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
That a young man in the East Ends and pure. i cost to make a sale, and put it into Real g

is pining away because his girl's papa Bargains, such as will be to our custom
told him to go and make a reputation j We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
for himself before asking for the I everything in the Meat Line. ers' advantage.We .

hand of his daughter. mention a few articles that will go


TO PROPERTY OWNERS: The PARLOR MARKET at reduced prices :

I am now settled in larger, brighter!
and better quarters in the Rock build Regular $2.50 and $3.00 White Pique

ing, opposite the San Juan hotel, j H. .M. Self & Co. Skirts at $1.74.
rooms 1 and 2, which my increasing
business required.I 18-20 PINE STREET Regular $1.50 and $ 2.00 White Skirts
am revising my sales list, and am i
ready to list your city and country Phone No. 80MMIMMnitatMMIIillHIMMIiimiMilllMMMM at 96 Cents. .

property.all received F A new line of Shirt Waists and Balkan
From reports from my
friends and business connections in Blouses from 46 Cents up. '
the North, I shall do a large business
this winter, and will use my best efforts HMIIMIMMiMiMIIMMIMMMMMMMMMItmtMi 25 Per Cent off on Shoes.
to sell the properties listed with < i

me.I ii Are You Going to Build?
have many satisfied customers,
who became winter residents of Orlando
and vicinity by my personal USE BRICK 1

efforts, and they are now boosting for i rR
Orlando and
Yours truly, Not just brick, but specify, get the best; they cost no ,
CARL JANSEN, more, look better, last longer, and are more satisfactory ;

Real Estate, Notary Public, Fire all around.

Insurance. 1m d&w JELK'S Macon Brick-common, paving, fire and rough
texture. None better.
MIIMMIIIMMMIIIIIIIIFresh SPECIAJLTYSICE
LEGG'S Pressed and Fancy Faced Brick. I am state ; WRIGHT C

Sanitary and agent. REALTY & SEED CO P''

the BEST Carry large stock on hand, make quick shipments. Wire '< FOR REAL ESTATE CREAMERY BL'TZ'EROrlandoFlorido.
your orders, at my expense.I 'Fiat's Our Business
OUR CANDIES-MAKING THEM SELECT CAN OYSTERS

EVERY DAY handle: FRESH FARM EGGS

Sanitary-as they are made ATLAS PORTLAND CEMENT, BEAVER BOARDS, LIMESRowe
clan, and every piece wrapped AGATITE CEMENT PLASTER, Fuller's Peninsular
in wax paper. \ Brand Roofing, Metal Laths and Shingles, Crushed Rock,
Best-at we use best grade of ! Granite Curbing, Building Sand. & Winebrenner IF YOU SHOULD MISS be sent by special messenger. We
everything on the market. YOUR PAPER LET US KNOW can not supply you, however, if we do
'> Also, Fruit and Vegetable Pickers' and Packers' Supplies: Roorall-McXeill&Davis Bl'd Several of the Sentinel carriers are not know about it.

Will appreciate if I Crates, Wraps, Field Boxes, Straps, Nails and Ladders. new to the work, and it is possible
you will give REAL ESTATE
them that all the subscribers will not get Our job department is equipped
a trial.
City and Country Property their papers regularly. Therefore, with op-to-date faces of type, modern
Mayer, Galeilta & Mayer t bight's Teraiulj, 'the manager of the circulation de. machinery and competent workmen,
W.R.Fuller FMl Frukfii St, Are you thinking about buying an partment wishes every subscriber and prepared to turn out beautiful
134 SOUTH ORANGE AVE. . FIHDAHMIItmilllH automobile? If so, read the advertisement who fails to get his paper to notify and artistic work. Estimates fur-
HH M of the San Juan Garage. the Sentinel office, and a paper will nished and satisfaction guaranteed.

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l' THE DAILY THE WHEAT CROP I PINE CASTLE SNAP THIS BARGAIN UP! I 'IIIIIIIIIIIIIAIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIJIIG

; South Florida Sentinel .
The government's estimate of the Miss Rosa Harris returned Monday
-\i MORNING AND WEEKLY wheat production for 1913 is 750,000- from a visit to Kissimmee. A Furnished Home for a Thousand

. JOSIAH FERRIS Editor and Owner: 000 bushels, and if the final estimateis Mrs. N. T. Hausel and family left Dollars.

; Entered at the postoffice at Orlando, Florida -I higher than the September esti- Monday morning to take up her resi-i For sale, a six-room house, fur- HHHm+titetieeeMeeeefleeeweeomllll

I> as Second Class Mail Matter. mate, as was the case last year, the dence at Mulberry.Mr. : nished, with screened kitchen, 8x14;

; SUBSCRIPTION RATES total may reach 800,000,000 bushels. and Mrs. A. C. Leggett, of lot 481-2 by 1323-4; Eva street, nearjj i iI
All former records for the yield of Ocala, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. J.. I Hamlin grove. There are severall
TilE DAILY SENTINELOne this cereal will be broken, at any rate, G. Tyner.J. I bearing fruit trees. Owner has good t

Year ............. .......$5.00 and the prediction that we are to E. Parker, of Winter Park, re- reasons for selling which do not affect -I V
Six Months .......... .... ..... 2.50 cease exporting wheat to Europe will cently visited his mother, Mrs. M. B. the value of the property or the
Three Months .. .. ... .... .. .. 1.25 not be realized this year. It is esti- Parker. extraordinary qualities of this fine I

. By news carrier in Orlando 50 cents per mated that we will send abroad be- Miss Anna Funk and her brother, offering. A bargain like this will I
mtntk. Daily and Sunday. tween 150,000,000 and 200,000,000 James, leave shortly for Rollins col- not last long, so if you want to profit

The Orlando Morning Sentinel can be found bushels of the 1913 yield.A lege.Mrs. by having read this ad. apply without
r en sale in' Orlsnda at Curtis & O'Neal's BookStore C. J. Sweet will entertain her
delay to
and Wright Brothers. comparison of figures for the
We will appreciate prompt complaint if wheat yield of the United States discloses cousin, P. M. Shanibarger and bride, THE SENTINEL,
delivery is not promptly made by our carriers. a steady gain in production. upon their arrival here in October, Orlando, Fla.

Advertising rates will be furnished on application. Prior to 1875 the average crop har- from Mansfield, Ohio.
vested for ten years was 244,940,800: Dr. S. W. Reed, who recently moved
SENTINEL bushels in here from Tasso, Tenn., is remodeling IMIMtlttiltMMMIDO
THE WEEKLY 1891 it reached
Per year by mail. postage paid.......$1.00 611,780r his home.E. will have a 1914Demonstrator
Address THE SENTINEL, Orlando. Florida. 000 bushels and last year it was 730- WE
Office 101 Court Street, Arcade Building. 267,000 bushels. Even more:, signifi D. M. Perkins made a trip to YOU USE AN OIL
Phone %l
cant than figures for total productionare Winter Garden Sunday with his on

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1913. statistics which show that Amer brother-in-law, J. E. Parker, in the STOVE?

ican wheat growers are gradually in- latter's auto. hand latter ot J
this
part
Savannah Press: It is claimed Sul- creasing the yield per acre. In the Mr. E. L. Sphaler has returned froma If Be
so Sure
and Ask for
zer borrowed but never repaid. If period from 1866 to 1875 it was 11.9 visit to her old home at Swansea,

they are going to impeach all the poli- bushels. Only once since, in 1893, has S. C. week.
ticians who have done this they mightas the average yield fallen under that Citizens of this place met Thursday "GulfKerosene'

well make it unanimous and clean figure; on the other hand the average and cleaned up the school
them all out. has I grounds. Rubbish and brush which
steadily increased. Last year i it ;
I had accumulated was cleaned
o was 16 bushels per acre. away
There doesn't seem to be any rea- The when I and the grounds put in good appear-
day we must look to
son why the people of New York ance. Mr. and Mrs. E. D. M. Perkins
other countries for a portion of Burns
our and
Freely will not crust
started the movement, gentlemen of
should over the governorship
worry wheat supply is still in the distance.
the town quickly responded to the the wick. Has no unpleasantodor.
muddle, as they are fortunate enoughto -Register, Wheeling, W. Va.
have Charley Murphy there to look idea and the ladies joined in serving .

after everything.The supper at 5 o'clock in the evening. IMIN I.J. PHILLIPS & S SONS
o The Tampa'Times is vehement i in Miss Frances May, principal of the
notes of progress in Florida warning Pensacola and Miami against school, has announced that on the last Handled by Leading Merchants.

far outnumber those that come from wood block paving. The former city Friday afternoon of each month, during 11,1,1

other states as they appear in the in- has it and the latter is going to try the term, the school will give an ., eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeMKemeenFOR

dustrial magazines. Every ma n liv- it. The Pensacola papers contend entertainment, to which all are invited P.G. Walton, Agent
ing in Florida should feel a thrill of that the paving which has been in use especially the parents of children -
Phones 450 and 269iltMMMMIiMIMHMIII
pride in this fact in that city for several years is per in the school.

o-- fectly satisfactory, whereupon the Mr. J. W. Matchett and Miss Anna

Irwinton (Ga.) Bulletin: The mar- Times says that a sufficient period of Scholhamer were quietly married .111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 ,.,.

ket is good for sweet potatoes just time hasn't elapsed for the Pensacola Sunday evening by the Rev. E.. T.
now, and the demand much greater people to know whether the woodblock Poulson of Orlando. -
paving is good or not. We hopethese
than we can expect later in the sea
son. Mr. Farmer, this is your timeto papers will be able to settle the FLORIDA MARSHALS
question for the benefit of other towns ARE CONFIRMED
sell potatoes and rush them on
the market. that are considering paving. If the SEPTEMBER

n wood block is satisfactory it wouldbe Washington, Sept. 25.-The senate

Duval county is advertising for much better for Florida towns to I today confirmed the following presidential .

prices on more than a million brick.II use it from economic reasons. The appointments: Gifts--The
r When are Florida counties going to supply can be produced right at home, Marion Lucas, postmaster, Savan- Birthday SapphireSEPTEMBER'S
and the bulk of the
look into the praicticability of mak- money spent for nah, Ga.
ing brick in Florida and saving the paving could be kept in local circulation J. Clifford Brown, United States
immense cost of transportation from -a great advantage. We be. marshal, southern district of Flor-
lieve that most of the
other states? paving and ida.
o road building in Florida is being done James B. Perkins, United States

Authorities in the drug business blindly-no thorough study of the marshal, northern district of Florida. STONE IS THE SAPPHIREEMBLEMOF
question has been made
estimate the number of soda foun- by those in CONSTANCY, TRUTH, HAPPINESS AND SUCCESS.
tains in the United States at not less charge. The people's money is not I AT, THE LUCERNE TONIGHT
than 75,000, and they are said to rep handled as carefully by a long shotas LET US SHOW IT TO YOU MOUNTED IN A BRACELET .
the private capitalist would handle,
resent an investment of $50,000,000.The his own. "Adventures of Jacques".AmericanTwo HANDY PIN, BAR PIN, LOCKET OR RING, ANY
annual receipts for these suppliesof reels. A gorgeous costume
soft drinks may total $500,000,000. play. ONE OF WHICH WILL MAKE HER EYES SPARKLE 'VITHDELIGHT.

o BASEBALL RESULTS IN "Weekly No. 33" ... .. .... Mutual
THE BIG .
"There is something wrong in a LEAGUES
government where they who I do the TO THE VOTERS AND CITIZENS FOR MEN WE HAVE THIS BEAUTIFUL, CLEAR-
Special to The Sentinel OF ORLANDO
most have the least. There is :
some- National
League Results
BLUE GEM IN SCARF PINS, TIE CLASPS AND CUFF
thing wrong when honesty wears a Pittsburg, 1; Chicago 7. This is to announce that I am a
rag and rascality a robe; when the I Brooklyn, 2; New York, 8. :candidate for mayor, under the new LINKS.
loving, the tender, eat a crust, while Philadelphia, 3-7; Boston, 16. form of government, subject to the
primary, if one is called.I COME IN AND SEE THEM.
the infamous sit at banquets."Augusta American League Results realize the responsibility and the

Chronicle. Boston, 5; Philadelphia, 4. amount of thought, time and labor
a New York, 2; Washington, 5. that will be required and I am prepared -
When the county commissioners of to undertake the task, shouldI
be elected.
Marion county canvassed the returns THE WEATHER I believe I have the ability, the en- .
from the recent election it was found ergy and the inclination to do the I 1
that the majority for the wets was Florida: Fair Friday and Satur- work. I have lived in Orlando nearly ii. [vans the JewelerOPPOSITE
forty years, and have tried to do
my
90, being 8 more than had been shown day, except showers and cooler Saturday share in building our city. What I ,
in the unofficial returns. Dunellon, in northwest portion.No have done along that line you already
famed as the worst spot in the coun- know. I try to be liberal, progressive
ty, was voted dry, and the sheriff secret about its success. The I and at the same time use good sound POSTOFFICE
business judgment. If elected I will
immediately notified the saloon keepers Daily Sentinel reaches the class and! give you my best efforts in every
there to close up for good Mon- the best of the masses. A want ad.I EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING
day night. Aha! See what whiskeydid in this paper will bring results before way.Hoping I may receive your support,
for ,Dunellon; it's very wetness the sun has gone to rest. I I am Yours truly,
JAS. 1.. GILES.
made it dry.
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A farmer in Gwinnett county, Ga.,
grew cane from an acre of ground

which produced 221'gallons of syrup,
San
valued at the market price of 60 centsa Juan Garage FALL MILLINERYWILL

gallon at $132.60. A farmer in Os-

ceola county produced last year 500

gallons of syrup from one acre and
SOON BE READYWe
sold it for 75 cents a gallon. Here is

an example of the opportunities in
Florida as compared with those of the

sister in state.both, and Yet the the yield land is is plentiful. gracious -- are preparing to show our advance models of Fall Millineryas

husbandry.. All that is needed is intelligent heretofore. We are following every avenue of style
One Studebaker lW' Iml
o e information, and consulting every wellknownrecognised
Jacob Schiff, who gave twenty-five

hundred dollars to Sulzer's campaignfund style creator, to enable us to
testifies that he gave the money Toil Dhie-liuil .
to Sulzer to be used as he saw fit, place before you the Headwearthat
hence' the manner in which Sulzer
spent the money was not a matter bears the stamp of
for public inquiry. It is a loyal biand new tires
friend indeed who will stultify him- correctness.LOOK. .
self for his friend in trouble. Mr.

Sulzer should be proud of a friend
FOR OUR ANNOUNCEMENTThen
like Mr. Schiff. It is quite needless to
state that Mr. Schiff gave the money $450
without strings attached to it, but it j Come to See Us. We will Interest You.
is also needless to question that he I H

intended the money to be used in the

campaign. There was no, other occa- *
sion for him to give it. Mr. Sulzer

was not regarded as an object of
charity, and even though Mr. Schiff MARION B. IVES
gives much to charity he isn't in the :

habit of selecting such men as Sulze .
'
for his bequests. Such testimony: We have the only tire with a written guarantee of EXCLUSIVE MILLINERY PARLORS

from a man of Mr. Schiffs character
is unfortunate for Sulzer and discred I 5,000 miles-AJAX TIRES. HCCAUUM SILK( HOSIERY Second Floor BON TON CORSETSvi.

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Advance Announcement of New Fall Dress and Silk GoodsFor



several days past we have been receiving shipments of Exquisite New Fabrics for Fall and Winter wear until now, our assortment nearing

Completion, we have a selection of Weaves and Colorings that would do credit to a store of metropolitan magnitude. To see them is to create a

desire to possess them, to possess them more than a wish gratified. Ask to see


The New Ratine Weaves The New Fancy Eponges The New Cream Fabrics The New Two-Colored Whipcords The New (Guaranteed) Black Silks

The New Satin Stripe Poplins The New Silk Damas Charmeuse The Wide Wale Cheviots The New Silk Finished Poplins The Famous "San Toy" Cloths

The New Silk Piques The New Silk Foulards The New Silk Stripe Corduroys The New Plain Silks in All Colors The Mohair Serges and CorduroysTHE




NEW ALL WOOL NAVY BLUE SERGES, THAT WILL STAND SEA, SUN, SOAP AND SODA ALL THE NEW FANCY, DAINTY, DELICATE, LACY NECKWEAR HAVE ARRIVED






I F. N. BOARDMAN, 104-106 South Orange Avenue, ORLANDOWADE


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Dr. Sylvan McElroy has returned MR. BORTREE BROUGHT HOME DRESSES BROTHERS GIVE t HIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIICIIIIIIIII"

from Daytona Beach, where he spent FROM HEXDERSOXVILLE ROYAL OYSTER ROAST

several days. '.
THE TUNER Seventy-five prominent men of Orlando ITALIAN
Mr. J. A. Bortree, who was severely
ORLANDO.FLA.r I Mrs. J. B. Lawton is visiting her injured by being struck by a streetcar and Winter Park were the :

J I!parents, Rev. and Mrs. J. S. Chapman, in Hendersonville, N. C., recently,I II guests of Walter Drennen and his :
RYE
r i,in Jacksonville. has been brought home, arriving on I:'brother, Dr. Ed. Drennen, at an oyster -!!: GRASSMakes
I the belated train from Jacksonville roast given at one of Mr. Walter i I-
is
W. B. Francis, of Baltimore, -
in Orlando today. i Dr. H. M. Beardall and Mr. Henry last night. He was met at the station I Drennen's places at Maitland )'ester-I- a beautiful Green Lawn all winter.
I Yowell have returned from a two by the Elks' ambulance and by Dr.!day. |i:

Mrs. J. A. Abberger returned last weeks' outing at Daytona Beach. W. C. Person, who made the patient| The oysters and shrimp were fine,i': We have some Fresh Seed.
wash:-
night from a delightful visit)to Cali- as comfortable as possible at the Bor:and a thoroughly enjoyable day -
fornia. I Mrs. W. E. Martin has returned to tree home. Mrs. Bortree and their spent by those who were so fortunate\-
Orlando, after a pleasant visit to relatives daughter accompanied Mr. Bortree.Mr. as to be present. The Drennen boys,: Order Now Before It Is Gone.
and friends in the Carolinas.Mr. I entertained with that regal hospitality :
Mr. L C. Massey left yesterday for : Bortree's many friends in Orlando -
Washington, Boston and other'Northern will be glad to know that he had which has become known as one :
cities. W. A. Mooney, of Kings Mountain recovered sufficiently to be able to of their distinguishing traits. There-

Tenn., who has visited Orlandoon travel, and trust that he will be restored -,was much informal speech making,:
Miss Loretta Crux has returned previous occasions, is again in the completely to health. !and an all round social time enjoyed. : mils r an Vegetables e l Received Daily.
feature of the the
from a visit of several days to rela- city. I JA day was inspection :
of the house which'!'
big packing
tives in Tampa.Col. MR. AND MRS. PAUL A. I IDEMSOX
i i Mr. J. W. White, traveling freight ''is being erected by Walter Drennen i|:
WILL BE AT HOMEMr.
and Mrs. C. F. Akers will, return agent of the'L & N. railway, spent I at Maitland. The structure is near-):
today from Washington, D. C., yesterday in Orlando in the interestof I ing completion, and the installation of I CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.
where they have spent the summer. his road. Paul A. Denison, one of Orlan.I:the machinery will begin soon.
I do's popular young men, prominentin i I

Mr. J. A Cl nard, of Charlotte, N.1 Mr. and Mrs. N. M. Cogswell, of local orchestra circles, and who i WILL START CO.01'>ERA1I\'E I THE SANITARY GROCERY
Poland Springs, Me., have arrived for went North several months ago, will
C., is spending a few days in this I FARM IX ORAXGE COUNTY
section looking over Orange county. I the winter, having opened their homeon return to Orlando in a few days, but i CARUTHERS & GORE
not alone. He will bring a bride with
their plantation near Clarcona.Mr. I Mr. Jerry Button, head of a.large: Phone 200 6 & 8 Pine Street.
I him and establish a home in this city.
Miss Laura Vick, of Atlanta, Ga., furniture factory of St. Louis, Mo",I'
This advance notice is given that the I ItMIHaCIIMIIIIMMMIMMtlltHlilMIMmiMIIHDIXIE
niece of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Vick,I H. J. Lobean and family, who is in the city for a few days and is' '
boys be prepared on the eveningof _
arrived in Orlando last night on a have been summering in North Car- may getting prices of building materials _
his arrival to give the happy paira i
visit. olina, have returned home, and have and fencing.Mr. .
taken up housekeeping for the win royal reception. Button has purchased a half] TABLETSWill

Mrs. E. M. Breeze, of Rockledge, ter. I II section of Orange county land and I
FUXERAL OF PROF. B. R ELSE will farm for al!
arrived in Orlando yesterday on a prepare a co-opeiative II I
visit to her friend, Miss Sallie Ma- Mrs. C. V. Rowland returned yesterday - t dozen employes of his factory, who:
I The funeral services over the remains !
find it to climate
gruder. from Toccoa Falls, in the necessary change j
!mountains of north Georgia, after a of Prof. B. B. Else will take and employment. The factory of i|' give every student-user the best

Mr. I. N. Binder, representing the pleasant summer outing. She place tomorrow morning. Miss Gertrude which Mr. Button is superintendent is
Binder Frame Manufacturing corn- I very visited Atlanta and Macon on the Else, daughter of Prof. Else,I operated on the co-operative plan. \value of any school tablet. We have a large
arrived last night from Milesburg, t
of Atlanta, spent yesterday in
pany way home. I stock of both the "Special" and "Alligator"brands
Orlando.Mr. Pa. W. a T. U. TO MEET j

I t Mr. L C. Massey left yesterday for WITH MRS. w. T. WALKER!! as well as all sizes of the famous
W. H.: Dunaway, of Atlanta,'Philadelphia, where he will join Mrs. Capt. B. M. Sims, of Ocoee, passed
was in Orlando yesterday in the interest Massey, and from there they will go through Orlando yesterday on his The W. C. T. U. will meet this "Florida Series" which is better than ever
of the Keever Starch Works to Tampa. Capt. Sims has a citrus I
way afternoon at 3:30 o'clock at the Wil-
to Boston, where Mr. Massey will'at- this year. Make a right start at school by
of Columbus, Ohio. ,I tend a meeting of the American Bank- fruit nursery on Lake Apopka lola, with Mrs. W. T. Walker. A :

i ers' association, which meets in that with 170,000 trees in it, which were round table and circle of prayer will the purchase of a good tablet. They are all
Miss Grace Shrimpton, one of the'city Ocotber 5. Mr. and Mrs. Massey -. planted in February and are now at be conducted, and all are invited to
efficient operators in the Western ''an average height of eighteen inches! be present.
wjll visit other cities before re-I
Union office, returned last night froma turning about November 1. II{and are ready for budding and re- 5 centsW.
visit to her home in Chicago.Mr. T Sims be termed
j planting. Capt. may
Miss Carrie Hamilton, of the milli-
t {ithe "nursery king" of Florida. If firm of Hamilton & Dunn, and
A letter received from Cashier nery
B. L. Deane, Jr., went to Tam- I there is any one who has a larger
!George E. Nolan of the Orlando Bank Miss Nettie Newhouse, a milliner of
yesterday, where he will remain
pa than he it is not generally
I nursery
until SundaIrs.. Deane and little J& Trust company, gives the information known.Dr. the firm, arrived yesterday from Cincinnati -\
onse have been there for some time. I that he and Mrs. Nolen will leave and other cities, where they S. BRANCH,
Atlanta for Senoia, Ga., for a brief have been inspecting the latest styles
The Arcade
o '" Book and Music Store
Dr. W. C. Person and daughters,i i visit before returning to Orlando Hugh Geiger and Mr. Sumter and purchasing the fall and winter

Misses Agnes and Willie, leave this i soon after October 1. Mr. Nolen Leitner, of Kissimmee, motored to stock. Their attractive store will
I Orlando in Dr. Geiger's car yesterday become for the ladies .
morning over the Seaboard. The says: "I have read your paper with soon headquarters I
young ladies will visit relatives in I la great deal of interest, as it keeps and spent several hours in the of Orlando, who wish to the I It is intended that the poultry i The fair association is affiliated with

North Carolina while the doctor will\T me fully posted as to the news in city. Both gentlemen were pleasant products of the millinery art up-to-I II show shall be one of the chief and I the American Poultry association and

spend a couple of weeks in Baltimore.I general in the 'City Beautiful.' callers at the Sentinel office. date. most attractive exhibits of the South !thus gets into the circuit of the poul-'

try exhibitions and participates in
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the big prizes offered. Tampa Times.
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," :: ::::::::::::aMMMMIMIIIIIttllMMIIMIMIIMHIiilMMIMI:: held in Orlando February 17-22 next. !I _
.This will be immediately following I
I the : Miss Elizabeth Branham, who has
Tampa poultry show, and it is
I(planned to bring the greater part of i been spending the summer in Nashville -
THE '
,the exhibits from Tampa to Orlando. i returned home last night.




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MOTION PICTURES who love safety, surety and com- I

Pictures fort-because of its wonderful simplicity I The Latest Fad in
Changed Daily.

strength and lightness. It 1 I Neckwear

leads in sales-service-satisfaction. I

MUSIC Furnished RegularlyBy I Velvet Cravats


NEWELL'S ORCHESTRAFIRST Think what these prices mean-for the car I
that has stood the tests; Runabout, $565;
TourinjCar $620-f.o. b. Orlando, with all
equipment. Get catalog and all particularsfrom
SHOW, tI .7115 P.M

SECOND SHOW, I 8,15 P.M F. G. RUSH,

Phone 226 SCRUGGS & DICKSON

; ADMISSION .: ........ ............bud 10 cents .
j The hone: of Marl, Scballntr & Marx Clothes ,;

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PEOPLE'S WANTS
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WHEN STOVE EXPLODES
u FOR RENT-To adults only, five fur.
T. Ladies' Home Journal Patternsin IMMMMMMMMMIM nished rooms; modern. 406 Colo-
Sept. 24.-Mrs. Charles
Daytona nial Drive E. 17-6t-eod
was horribly burned on the What You Want j
all the numbersat
arm and about the body early new FOR RENT-Good stable, also garage -
morning when a gasoline stove in How You Want It three minutes walk from post
I office. Inquire J. Van Buskirk, City
fire.
caught
3 I Mrs.home McDonald,,wife of Charles:\IcI - - When YouVant It Ii Clerk's office. 2V6t

to I owner of the McDonald boat . FOR RENT-Large, well furnishedroom
' I was alone at home at the time i M.MMMMMflMIMMMM to persons wishing suburban
McCULLOCH'SDEPARTMENT accommodations; also 2 acres good
the blaze, and in her efforts to For anything in the Good
truck land, close in. opportunity
9 the fire was burned before (If line of PRINTINGcome I for right person. Address A,"
arrived.A STOREA to us and we Sentinel. 9-8tf

bucket brigade, carrying water will guarantee you
FOR RENT-Store room on the busy
the river, fought the fire until satisfactoryworkat prices
of Church and Garland
corner
' full line of Lace Embroideries that are RIGHT.
truck arrived. The house
fire was streets. Size of store 24x70. Good
but the kitchen was wrecked. .opening for dry goods, shoes and millinery
damage was done by smoke and Ladies' Muslin Underwearand IMMMHHMIMHMMIMUNXIMAKERS i store. W. M. Slemons. 9-6-lm

GinghamFor I FOR SALE OR RENT

FARMER AND SON MURDERED Notices of Lost Wanted For Sale, For -" -- "-
FOR SALE OR RENT Seven
School Dresses Rent etc.. for this column. 25c for one day, room
Y SOc for three days, or T5c for one "peek for modern house. Phone 515, or ad.
N. J. 24-The bod- 25 words or less. Money must accompany
Matawan, Sept.
the advertisements for this column, as no dress Box 85. 26
of Angelo Canteloupe, a farmer, insertions will be made on credit.
J Victor Lansuesula, his young Next Door to Evan's Jewelry StoreMIIHMMMMMMMMIillllMMMIMMMIiaimmi COTTAGE, barn and five acres of
MISCELLANEOUSMoney
were found in a roadside land for sale or rent. Inquire of
I. [ near the farm early today, hor- to loan on improved prop- J. Schnarr, 49 West Church street.
mutilated. They had been set erty. S. Y. WAY. 16tf.

and murdered while returning Read The Sentinel "Want Ads" Every DayMMIHMtMtHIMIIMIMMMiMMMMMIIIMlMHM ,
ASK your grocer for Jackson Square LOST AND FOUND
o the farm after disposing of some
Coffee. 621tf.
here. Robbery apparently -- LOST-Liver colored pointer with
the motive. Let the people who have furnishedrooms city tag 91. Please notify Butt'sKandy
high"D .. Kitchen.
to let have it known by adver- tf.
Subscribe for The Daily Sentinel tising in the Daily Sentinel. Busi- FOUND-Lady's-shopping-----bag.- Maybe -

ELECTRIC VACUUM L CLE&NER& f ness locals are read by everybodyevery had by calling at the Sentinel

The Cathedral School morning. office notice., identifying and paying for this

EAST CENTRAL AVENUEOrlando's FOR SALE

I Select Boarding and :FOR SALE-New modern five-room WANTED

Day School For Girls house, centrally located. Apply this :WANTED-Plain sewing of all
Have house office. 7.1 d & w tf kinds. 13 Church street, over Fa
:Reopens Wednesday, October 1. your room or vorite theater. 9-3-lmo.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE for city
Primary, Intermediate, and College
:Preparatory Grades. cleaned without dust or troubleof property, $450 upright piano, nearly WANTED" --Furnished rooms for
I new; also 5-pasenger Buick, in
Courses in Music, Art, Elocu- !good order.. Chamberlin, Box 144, light housekeeping, or furnished
furniture Orlando, Fla. 23-6t apartment in good section, by couple
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Domestic Science, Physical Cul- moving I' with baby. Rent must be reasonable.
;ure. I References furnished. Address, "1m.
A-l FARM FOR SALE-On
easy
specially trained Teachers. mediate," care Sentinel. 25-3
''I terms, or would exchange for income -
Individual attention. Loving care. , property in city between!
any
Electric Co. send Experienced MASS MEETING
The Pierce an I
REV. RODERICK P. COBB, A. M., : Jacksonville and Tampa. Chamberlin,
Box 144, Orlando, Fla.: 23-6t will
Principal. There be a meeting of white
: man. : FOR SALE AT SACRIFICE-Set of citizens at the council chamber on
((37) store fixtures, platform scales, Saturday, October 11, 1913, at 7-30
MtlllHiailMimMMMM 'I Stimson computing counter scales,
I o'clock, for the purpose of selectinga
SEE THEM FOR TERMS : etc., costing $200. If sold at once
YOU WILL SAVE I
MONEY
executive committee and
; ,!$100 will buy all. Address Chamber- city transacting -
:;lin, Box 144, Orlando, Fla. 23-6t such other business as may
By Getting Prices on
your
1 ,i come before the meeting.M. .
Brick and Stone Work "FOR SALE-100 acres of good pine OVERSTEERT, Chairman.
Before Building. I I and hammock land on the east side
Phone Write r>i of Lake Apopka. This tract of land JOSIAH FERRIS, SecretaryEVERYBODY'S ,
or .
The PIERCEELECTRIC[ L C0111nc1 is exceedingly good for citrus growing -
Acme Brick and [ I' and trucking. The timber is in DOING IT
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!1 its virgin state. Also city lot, 74x210(
I Stone Works I .feet, fronting three streets, Orange Automobiling. We are open for
: CHURCH STREET :avenue, Jackson and Boone; centrally dates, picnic parties, or a crowd for
I ; MAITLAND, FLORIDA located; fine hotel site. Call on orn drive.
I an evening Call SCO or ask for
CHAS. A. DALLAS, Prop.iilllMIIMMMimMliO. I address Mrs. W. T. Walker, Orlando,
I *, "111"IIIIIIII"I.'I'II'IIIIIIOI llllllllllllllllflt\I''Fla. 9-11-lm C. W. Willsy, careful driver.


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IN FLORIDA Pure Food StoreWhat

Washington, r Sept. 24.-Mrs. Na

than P. Bryan, wife of Senator Bryanof hou. wife has not racked her brain in an effort to decide what ORLANDO BANK & TRUST I COMPANY
Florida, left Washington for Jacksonville toha\eon the table? Something a little different than the re ullrtereotnX'd
where she will make a visit menu, to tickle the palate, and bring a smile and a word of
praise from husband. No necessity for perplexity any longer. Let us
of several weeks. She will attend : solve the problem. and Surplus and Undivided Profits 13000000.
the marriage of Senator Bryan's sister .
For instance, how about these for tomorrow dinner
Miss Florida Needham Bryan, to : Resources over Three-quarters of a Million. ,
Heinz Sour Midget Gherkins 35c
Mr. Lawrence Milton, on Thursday, :
October 2. The wedding will take : Select Pickled Onions 35c Statement As Rendered to the Comp.

place at 6 o'clock in St. John's Epis- Chili Sauce . 25c 8j"iI1II!/ _...."". ". .. I troller at the Close of Business
copal church, the Rev. Van Winder ' June 30th, 1913
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Shields SPECIAL FOR IRIS WEEK ONLY : 3 Cans Tomatoes 25c T' ,.
officiating. W.j
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Upon the return of Mrs. Bryan to f-' / '' House, Furniture

Washington she and Senator Bryan PURE FOOD STORE .': '.i:....;" .",'"'J(Ioi. .' ." and FIxtures ..........$ 25,867.37
will give the apartment at the I I', "". Rflr.. -.... ,:
up :. ,.Ct .._.. :11.;. Loans and Discounts ..... 355,58933
Cochran hotel which they have occu- Phone 203tMliHIIIMIIlMIMIMMMiMMiHIIMHIMIMMiMt i ":t;'.<" : .",;" .' Overdrafts ............... 83.98
d .
pied for some time, and they will Wl ". Stocks and Bonds ........ 26,018,33Cash
take possession of the apartment in .!: :'Jik"" :. on Hand and in Banks 254,088.11
the Connecticut which they have ; _
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leased for the winter.MASSACHUSETTS' MltlllllltllMMMMMMMIIMMMMIMIHmMMIt "- ;.' $661,647.12

: LIABILITIES

FIRST Capital .................$100,000.00
WOIAN.DELEGATE : Innoc rr T IT but once wI CL Surplus and Undivided

F Profit ................ 33,889.11
Beverly, Mass., Sept. 24.-Massachusetts : Deposit ............,... 527,758.01
for the first time in his- : @
tory, has sent a woman to a state political I '
t, $661,647.12
convention. She is Mrs Louis : RIGHT NOW we offer two propositions on TERMS OF $10
Agassiz Shaw, daughter of CharlesS. DOWN AND $10 PER MONTH. Every young man in The officers and directors of the Orlando -
Bird, Progressive candidate fan Orlando should embrace this chance to begin or add to his i xi Bank and Trust Co. desire to
governor. Mrs. Shaw was elected in estate. ,, e r call the attention of its depositors and
yesterday's primary as a delegate to friends and the citizens of Orlando
the convention from : to the above
Progressive state statement The management -
SEMINOLE PARK LOTS
her home ward, the Sixth. Every : ; t of the Bank feels that this show
vote cast in the ward was for her.I On the Map Before Seminole County .; ing reflects the conservative, sane and
Mrs. Shaw has been active in theWoman's : Inside Lots $100. Corner Lots $125. 1 progressive methods employed in this
and six cent interest back from the date -- : -
Progressive league. Money per one year financial institution. Strength begets
you complete purchase if dissatisfied. confidence, and strength is no where
SOME.FACTS displayed better by a bank than in
!< United State Government, State and County Depository healthful statements to its patrons.
FIVE ACRE TRACTS ,
Just as good a time as any to doI
Near Lake Underhill. Finest grove land and finest grovesin
Christmas shopping early.
your Orange County. Develop a grove on your monthly spare
New York reformers are great and change. PRICE $50 PER ACRE. Timber practically paysfor ., lllllilMHIIMIillHmillMiHMIIMIMMIIMHIIMMMMMMMMilMIIMW. ..

noble men, except when they attempt clearing.
impossible tasks, such as reformingNew
York.Chicago's. NO INTEREST-NO TAXES

until you own the deed. M. SLEMONS
new inspector of moralsis
twenty-seven years old. But then I ORLANDO REAL ESTATE CO. .

only a young man would dare to say Room 2. Watkins Block

what is moral and what isn't. I:tMIIIIIIIIIIMIIimiMMIIIIIIMIIMIIIMMIIIIIIMCOME Our Ne fall ooos Are No In

"The sooner this case is ended the Coming
better it will be for all," says little I'
Evelyn. Are you ready for the ques-
tion The have it.
ayes

That Indiana man who committed 11 En! BIBBflTtT NOW

suicide because his trousers persisted SEE bJLi H1BBU1 ON
in slipping down, should have We sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co.
OUR SALE
borrowed his wife's stocking
supporters made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes.
or used a shingle nail.
ALSO OUH Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and Towels.
TO THE GOOD PEOPLE OF OR.
LANDO AND ORANGE Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co.

The Orange COUNTY County: Realty Company New Felt Hats & Co. Best place in the city to trade.

composed of H. C. McDanieland
J. H. Vick, with offices in San ..
Juan Hotel, offer their services to
you, whether you wish to buy or sell
any kind of real estate. We promiseto MISSES HAULM & DUNN W. M. SLEMONSORANGE
feel a personal interest in every
jJlEcToTproperty given us, and to use
our best efforts to sell same. We cor. Agents for Barclay CorsetsHHIIMIMUMtmiMMMMMMIMimiMMtHHMM AVENUE
dially invite you to come and see us.1
From properties already given us, .
can give our home folks some very JMMIMIMItMlllilMMMIMMIMMMIIMIIIIttlllllMlilMMIIIIIIilllilH H+
safe and attractive investments. We '
have both made good in growing tMllimillilliMMiMMtlMiMMMMMMMMIillMiMMMMMMIiMMilllMCeSuits
in Florida sand, and believe
things we
in our job. We realize that but a FURNISHED HOUSE for sale; located in one of the best
ServicehIe and ccessories [conomical
small part of Orange county is in sections of the city; all conveniences. Stylish t an are at rrices
cultivation, yet she is furnishing one- I I
fourth of the state's produce, and she FURNISHED HOUSE and 13-4 acres of land, within ,
has simply got to be developed.' Na- four blocks of Court House for
; reason selling, partiesnot
ture has done too much for us in climate and be for men, women or boys. If you intend to spend the holiday out of
returning, same can bought cheap. I
and soil to stop short of makingher Dresses for women and girls. town do not forget these:
the envy and admiration of them \Vein be.pleased to have you list any property withus Straw or felt hats or caps for man or boy. UMBRELLAS
all. While we are working directlyfor that you desire to sell New Neckwear. PARASOLS
own profit, it will give
our us a
and muslin waists.
great deal of pleasure to know that Crepe RAINCOATS
our success will mean the building REAL ESTATE BOUGHT AND SOLD. Wool and cotton dress skirts. Suit Cases, Grips or Trunks A Complete
of the best country we have ever I 1 Balkan blouses. Line.
seen. When we sell a man a
land, we do not intend to relinquishour
interest in him until he has madepood. 1 ITTAIN & WAY Come in. and pay us a visit anytime just to look around. We feel sure ;M will see '
We feel that the truth about something to Interim JM.
Orange county will be good enoughto
win for us friends and patrons, and ,UPSTAM,15 S. that will be our motto. Again we B. SALOMON ORLANDO
invite. you to come and see'us. Phone 17'- 2.l ,

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A preliminary meeting of the commission -

F I will be held in New York on
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t I The date and place of the opening

i, I I", game was decided by a flip of a coin.

t- As Garry Herrmann, chairman of the
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t ,' The players eligible to participate I -

F .*. THESTATE : in the world's series are: I,

I -.1 : New York-Burns, Cooper; Crandall I,

i Doyle, Demaree, Fletcher, ,
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Fromme, Grant, Herzog, Hartley, Mo wosoIJO

' EAIKof \ Marquard, Wiltse, Mathewson, Murray :: ,, Y

Meyers, McLean, Merkle, Robinson ,,

; McCormick, Shafer, Snodgrass, ,
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f, Thorpe, Tesreau, Wilson, Schupp. ,

Orlando I Philadelphia-Schang, Lapp, ThomI ,

: as, Bender, Plank Coombs, Houck,

: I Brown, Srawkey, Pennock, Bush,

t 1893 I J Wickoff, Mclnnis, Collins, Barry, Baker YOURCHILDREN'S
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: Orr, Davis, Lavan, Oldring,

J Strunk, E. Murphy, D. Murphy,

;t LONG ESTABLISHED Walsh, Daly.

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I : SAFE YESTERDAY'S ARRIVALS EDUCATIONHow
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much setting aside for their college
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I Geo. P. Paschal, Jacksonville; Geo.11

: J. Lawler, Jacksonville; C. Dent,, :: course?

New York; J. Sanchez, Boca Grande; ,
r .. 40 cents a day will put them through Harvard or
Augustus H. Payne, New York; M. J. ,.

"i.; :",; .. Westcott, New York; W. H. Dunaway, t Vassar-if you deposit it with us from their
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;, : : Atlanta; R. F. Boyd, Jacksonville; babyhood.A .

J. W. White, Tampa; W. A. Davis,,

Cincinnati; P. E. Fausler, Jackson- quarter of that will educate them at Rollins.Isn't .

'. '. : ville; S .0. Chase, Sanford; S. Strauss,, a college education for your baby worth a
: Chicago; T. P. Toland, S. A: L., Jack-
sonville Ernest Hawkins dime a day to you?
; Huntington ,.

Tenn.; W. B. Francis, Baltimore; : UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY

I. 0. G. Fessenden, New York; Mrs. J. I
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C. Forbes, Jacksonville; H. C. Wood- I

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sonville; A. J. Bardin, Jacksonville;

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Howell wishes to reiterate what
RATE ADOPTED AFTERNOON he said the I
at meeting of the Municipal ,

League last Monday night, that .
Senators Bryan and Fletcher have Philadelphia, Sept. 25.Assumingthat neither he or any other member of
failed in their efforts to have the tar the New York team will win the
the Municipal League wrote the paper

iff conference committee use the sen National league pennant, the members referred to in this morning's Senti- I N.ew Dress Goods

ate instead of the house rates on citrus i of the national baseball commission nel. While he agrees largely with its
fruits and the house rates will
today decided that the first game sentiments regarding civic conditions,
stand i in the bill finally) i :
probably as 'I between that club and the Philadelphia he is a firm believer in state and municipal -

passed. American league team for the ownership of public utilities.

The senate rate was one-half a world's j championship shall be played II )If the public is not satisfied with the

cent a pound on all citrus fruits, oranges -I I in New York on October 7. way in which public utilities are man-I

lemons or whatever variety. The umpires agreed upon for the aged they should own and manage \
The rates of the existnig tariff law
series are. H. Connolly, John J. Egan, them themselves.
one cent a pound on all citrus
are
William Kelm and Charles J. Rigler. Men are largely what they are by

fruit except lemons and one and a The second game will be played in heredty and environment, two things FIRST SHOWING OF THE NEW NOVELTY DRESS
half cents a pound on lemons. The
Philadelphia on October 8, after they are not responsible for, there-
higher rate was made I fpr the benefitof which the games will alternate between fore he has only the kindliest feel- GOODS DIRECT FROM THE BOTANY WORSTED MILL,
the California i lemon when
growers I the two cities unless for individuals
ing
postponed regardless of '
WHICH ASSURES OUR CUSTOMERS THAT EVERY PATTERN
the Payne tariff law was framed. -
t because of rain or for some other whether they work for a corporationor
The house rates, under which the'
cause or a legal game is not played own it. SHOWN BY US IS THE LATEST IN STYLE, QUAL-
citrus industry of this state and of
I the teams will remain in the 'city He is not a candidate for any office.
California will probably have to get where the postponement occurred until ITY AND DESIGN. DON'T FAIL TO MAKE AN EARLY
along until there is another tariff bill I
a legal game shall have ,been DEATH OF B. R. SWOOPE
than the Underwood bill are as follows -I played.In VISIT TO OUR DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT.

: . . . . I the event of a legal game resulting Mr. J. II. Bear, of Winter Park,
Un or 11-4 cubic leet contents
packages
in a tie the two clubs will not received a telegram yesterday from

or less, eighteen cents specific play it off in the city where it oc- Miss Nettie Caldwell, announcing the IF YOU WANT TO HE UP-TO-DATE BUY YOUR SUIT
duty on packages of two and one- i
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curred but will move on to the next death of Mr. B. R. Swoope, at Wains-
half cubic feet contents or Jess, thir-. AT YCWELL'S. WE HANDLE THE FAMOUS PRENTZESS
city the same as though the contest boro, Ya.' The funeral will take place
ty-five cents; on packages of five cu-I
resulted in one of the teams winning.All : Saturday.
bic feet contents or less, seventy I GARMENTS, WHOSE STYLES ARE ABSOLUTELY CORRECT -
of the games will start at.2 p. m. Mr. Swoope was well known in Orlando I
cents specific. Larger packages, or I and there will be band concerts on and had many friends here. He IN EVERY DETAIL.
bulk fruit, half a cent a pound.So .
each ground from 11 a. m. to 1 p. m. was formerly superintendent of the :
peculiarly are the house rates j ,
In New York the following prices South Florida railroad, and owned :
arranged that it is hard to make a
will prevail: valuable property in the vicinity of :
comparison of the rates. When W. C. SPECIAL WHILE THEY LAST
Boxesaccommodating four persons, Maitland. I
Temple was general of the
manager $25; upper grandstand reserved, $3; The news of his death will be received :
Florida citrus exchange, he charged 1 LOT OF TURKISH AND HUCK TOWELS, REGULAR20c
admission and entire lower grandstand with deep regret by all who :
that the rates were fixed to please the
unreserved, $2; bleacher seats, knew him, for he was generally respected : SELLERS; SPECIAL,
lemon importers and that they were II
$1. Unreserved seats will be sold at and esteemed.
purposely made obscure so that comparisons -
I I the Polo grounds on the days of the 14 cents each
should be difficult. The
I games, first come first served. OLYMPIC LEAVES MANYPASSENGERS
package containing two and one-half
Reserved seats must be purchasedfor AND MAIL I
cubic feet is the one nearest the ordi 1 LOT HUCK TOWELS REGULAR 15c SELLERS
three days from both clubs. In ;
citrus fruit box and is taxed at
nary a
the event that three games are notpla'ed Special to The SentineLQueenstown
rate of thirty-five cents. Sept. 25.The White SPECIAL,
the clubs will refund the mon- ,
The ordinary'well packed box of Star liner Olympic sailed from this i '
for the
ey third game tickets.In .
each
fruit will weigh about eighty pounds. Philadelphia the prices will be: port today without taking on board 11 cents

Under the old orange rate of one two hundred passengers and fifteen
Box seats, $5 each; reserved seats
cent a pound this came to eighty II in main hundred sacks of mail bound for New-
grandstands, $3; reserved
cents a box, so that the present rate .York. The passengers and mail were
seats, right and left field pavilions,
means, roughly speaking, a cut from $2; bleacher seats, $1. conveyed to the Olympic, which was
eighty cents to thirty-five cents a box. outside but the
The sale of tickets both in New waiting sea was trough 00
This is more than 56 per cent. York to make the transfer. :
and
Philadelphia will be under
Few other articles have been cut regulations made by the clubs them-

more than- the orange- it would ap- selves. FAVORITE THEATER N. P. YOWELL

pear. Lemons are, of course, cut even The commission announced on be-

more, their present rate being one half of the two clubs that mail or- High Class Motion Pictures I

and one-half cents a pound, which ders will positively not be received. Today's Program
would make the tariff on a box of 3 Reels 3
Neither club is permitted to con- Minimi . " . . .
eighty pounds come to $1.20.TampaTimes. struct extra stands on the field. No "The Fighting Chaplain" (Bison n). I .

A great military-Indian feature, com- - .----
spectators will be permitted to
on the fields and there will overflow be- plete in two parts. Little cost-big returns-from !'i 1 Do it,right now. Subscribe for The I A want ad. in the Sentinel gives I

STRANGLED WITH STRAP no ground rules. "Burglarizing Billy" (Gem). A Sentinel want ads. (:1 Daily Sentinel you a handshake with opportunity.

Official will continuous spasm of laughter with -
I i i scorers be Francis C.

Special to The Sentinel i Richter, Philadelphia, and J. G. TaIlor Billy Quirk. ECONOMY .
Jackson, Mich., Sept. 25,:-Strangled Spink, St. Louis. Matinee, 2 (o 5. Night, 7 to 10. c

to death by means of'a strap William J. MacBeth, New York, Admission 5 cents to all. WRIGHT "BBDCO A

drawn so tight around her neck thatit and Joseph: M. Philadel r&'fXl Stretch YOUR DollarCreamery
McGreadt/; ; BURLAPS ON FREE LIST / ESTATE
was imbedded'deep in the flesh, the phia, will have charge o. the .newspaper f

body of Mrs. Elizabeth Stapish, 65, 'arrangements in 'ieir Thais Our Business Butter 40c
respective Special .to The Sentinel .. <:
was found today buried beneath a pile cities. Applications .for seats are Washington, Sept. 25.The: ton- Orlando, Florida Better Butter

of corn stalks in the rear ofjjer: home. to.be made to-them. .T ferees on the tariff bill today placed 43C

Every indication points' ;toy I 2"r.l.f.4' .'t.- The commission ar.ointed Leslie burlaps on the free list. LIMES 15c Per Dozenf.I"

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