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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 27, 1913
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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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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THE DAILY SENTINEL






THE PEOPLE'S PAPER .:::;


Direct Service, Postal Telegraph until 2 a. m. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY Orlando-Progressive Center of the State




VOLUME ONE ORLANDO, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1913. NUMBER 197.

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TRAGEDY fOllOWS ROBBERY Of ROAD BONDS UP ATMEETINGOCTOBER YOUNG MAN MAKES M RS. SUllfR Nij II 10 TESTIFY[



6 IDENTITY KNOWN\



EXPRESS CAR NEAR COTTON DALE UNLESS ABSf)JlUTfl FORCED


COUNTY COMMISSIONERS WILL SAYS THAT HIS CO DIUXIC.\.
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PROBABLY CALL ELECTION TION HAD THE DESIRED EFFECT -

DEPUTY SHERIFF SHOOTS THIEF IN U. S. MINT FOR VOTE ON BONDS FOR AND REITERATES fRANK'S F ATTORNEY f:''I IN ORDER TO SAVE HUSBAND -

ANOTHER THINKINGHIM HARD ROADS CHARGES I |I FROM IGNOMINIOUS



A BANDIT LIKE DOG IN CLOVER Monday, Oct. 6, will be the first in Orlando, Fla., Sept. 25, 1913. PREPARES MOTION I II i -SHAME

October and the token it will
by same Editor Sentinel:-Being naturally I I

be one of the first Mondays in the modest, and averse to newspaper no- I I Ii
NO CLUE TO THE ROBBERS i
BE
LIST TO MADE PUBLIC
GOVERNMENT AGENTS DISCOVER year when the county commissioners toriety, I requested my name withheld 'ATTEMPT WILL BE MADE TO y I

will sit in monthly conference. There from the article that appearedin I ...:.
THAT IN GOLD IS -
$30,000 GET NEW TRIAL FOR MAN
are four months in the year when the your issue of 24th inst., and which I I!I

AMOUNT OF LOOT NOT KNOWN MISSING FROM FRISCO I commissioners meet on the first Monday seems to have stirred Mr. Cheney so CONVICTED OF MARY : CONTAINING NAMES OF MEN

THOUGH IT IS BELIEVEDTO TREASURE HOUSESan instead of the first Tuesday after violently, as I wished it cussed, and PHAGAN'S MURDER WHO CONTRIBUTED TO SUL-
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HAVE BEEN VERY the first Monday, as the rule is for discussed, by your readers in an un- ZER'S GOVERNORSHIP

LARGE Francisco, Sept. 26.Reportsthat the other months. The four first biased, free, open and candid man- I Atlanta, Sept 26.-Indications are i!j i CAMPAIGN

a large sum of money is missing Monday months are January, July, ner, and without any embarrassment. i that the solicitor general during the

from the vaults of the United States August and October. Not knowing who the author mightbe present week will be served with the I
Birmingham, Ala., Sept. 26.Tragedy I I Albany, N. Y.f Sept. 25.-Treasurer
which mint here leaked out today through The next meeting of the commis- as I believed it outlined a basisupon amendment to the defense's motion
the train robbery
followed Morgenthau of the Democraitc campaign -
Cottondale early this mint employes.It sioners will be attended with more which any honest, well-meaning for a new trial for Leo M. Frank. !j I
took place near fund intimated on the stand today -
Sheriff James is reported that government secret than usual interest for the reason and conscientious candidate for commissioner Attorney Luther Z. Rosser has completed I II
morning, when Deputy that Governor Sulzer had requested -
shot and agents who have been engaged that several matters of more than could stand-not one of the preparation of the motion,I i
of
Bonner Birmingham was him to regard the one thousand
in checking up the coin in the mint usual importance are to be decided. those having announced candidates I I
killed by another deputy from Montgomery as i it has been learned, and it is likely! I dollar contribution to his campaign

both of whom were in searchof came across a sack supposed to contain Foremost is the question of calling an I having given the public any idea of to be served on the solicitor at any
II I I fund as a personal matter.
$30,000 in gold and found it filled 'election for bonding the county for where he stood, except to ask for l time. 1 I
the bandits who committed the I i I By a"ote of 49 to 2 it was decided
with washers instead. good roads. It is pretty well assured votes)-and not because of fear I
robbery. The deputy who did the any Whether or not the motion will ask [.to let both sides inquire into the conjversation -
Supt. Shanahan, recently appointed I i that an election will be called. The I'I'I + of Mr. Cheney, or any one else.
shooting says that he took Bonner for ,' i ja I new trial on the ground that some i i between the contributorsand
by President Wilson to succeed Frank |I :recent mass meeting advocated If will kindly the !
an is-I you give to
space
of the who found verdict
one of the robbers. jurors, a of others regarding Sulzer's financial
Leach, refused to affirm or deny the' i! :sue of $600,000, that amount to be :following article, I promise you I'll I I
of the received guilty against Frank
Reports robbery j jI were prejudicedj condition and his need of personal
story. Thirty government agents i i spent in the proportion of five-sixths i 1 not trouble you again, regardless of i!
here today gave only meager detailsof i j and had expressed the opinion that he j gifts to free him from debt before
have been employed for several weeks i ;for brick roads and one-sixth for clay what )lr. Cheney may have to say,..
the holdup, which occurred in a I| was guilty before the case went to j taking office.
in counting the coin in the mint. or other equally hard material. It i is and of course, lawyer like, he will :
sparsely settled mining section. t ;': trial, is not known. It is certain, how-j I i Sulzer in defense has decided to

The bandits, according to stories of believed that the commissioners will i j want the last word, and I'm willing. i[lever I that the defense has been male make public the list of three hundredmen

the train crew today, boarded the engine REVENUE FROM INCOME set the amount as agreed upon in the i!'! The Young/ Man repeats, "Demand I I I j ing efforts to secure evidence, which who contributed to his fund, and
mass meeting. The date of the election of the ice and water that
company
at Bibbville crossing, near Wood- would support such a contention.Two swill admit that he offered to return
: is the uncertain'i live i I
probably most they up to their contracts. Protect I
stock, Ala., Engineer Daniels was I depositions, bearing on this 1 the Schiff and Morgenthau contribu-
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TAX TEN MILLIONSIX 1 I item of the question, but it seems to 1 1i our water supply from contamination i I
forced at the point of revolvers to case, have already been received by I tions.
i be the prevailing opinion that an and conditions reported to'i'
detach the'engine, express car and I the: clerk of the court. Both depositions :;: Mrs. Sulzer will not take the stand
j early date will be set for the election. 1 have been too rotten to advertise, except -
mail car. Clerks were frightened come from Blakely, Ga., and 1 to testify unless it becomes absolutely
HUNDRED THOUSAND PERSONS ''It is contended by the advocates of to the detriment of our fair city,
from their posts by a fusillade of bul- ,were: made, it is said, after the men i ii in i ii necessary.
| the bonds that the minds of the and I refrain.
lets and the engineer and fireman WILL BE TAXED peo i j i i
question had refused to sign affidavitsI ; Sulzer asked Henry L. Morgenthau,
the detached section short pie are made up on the question, and I !I I I am glad to know that the water'from '
running a UNDER NEW ACT to what they knew in the case. ambassador to Turkey, to "be easy
that little campaigning will be neces- 1 which our ice is made is twicefiltered
distance down the track, the bandits
with him" in he called to
!1 The depositions were made by L. E. case was
sary. j and respectfully that !
from the cab. After suggest I
forcibly ejected Special to The SentinelWashington
j the witness stand at the governor'simpeachment
i Black and Walter Thomas. The latj
the safe and 26. i-I i At the October meeting the assess- i it be filtered. once more, and there
dynamited car Sept. -Approximately
express trial. Mr.
Morgenthau
ter is of ,
druggist
a Blakely, and be-
rifled the registered mail pouches. 600,000 with incomes ment books will be presented to the i may be l less leaves, sticks and dirt in
persons who contributed $1,000 to the
tween 26 the
of gover
April date Mary Pha
then and county commissioners and finally ac- i it. But, then, I presume the same
from
The engine was uncoupled ranging $3,000 to $100,000 a ]
;
nor's fund, testified
campaign so
gan's murder and
July 28, the date
track. J cepted. This will be a mere formality "dare-devil" boy, or person, who has
started wild down the It was year and upwards will contribute'
of! the when recalled as a witness today. He
1 commencement of the
trial
this year, for the reason that when 1 been short-circuiting the electric light ,
found several hours later near Engle- $10,000,000early revenue to be derived that
added the had asked
Thomas had
wood, Ala. No estimate of the amountof from the income tax. ;j i the books were presented at the Julyj'i; wires, must have put this stuff in the a conversation about the governor
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I him to treat the relations between
': 'case with Atticus I{. Henslee, who '
booty obtained by the robbers yetis So far 561,402 persons have been meeting/ there were no objections file dice cakes. And again, if the water ,i'i "
later chosen 'them as a "personal affair.
| was of the
as one twelve
available. found to be taxable under the ne Jat the next to the assessor's figure :from which the Orlando ice is made is'i '
,
I :!jurors. The conversation is said to'I ''I Crowds flocked to the capitol todayto
law. Of this number 514,810 will be l I Another matter to be presented to 'distilled from steam, and twice flit ;
have been overheard Black. listen to the testimony of two witnesses -
ROMANCE OF MUCH e I by
the board 'ered, why, in using the ice does !
levied for incomes ranging from will be the request from the on ea 1
| the of
i : long sought by board
LOCAL INTEREST en I'
i Board of Trade committee find in the drippings receptacle,
$3,000 to $20,000; 37,296 on incomes ; asking for I i managers in the impeachment trial
: S. A. JOIIXSOXXOUXCES
Mr. Christy C.. Fosgate and his wife from $20,000 to $50,000; 7,611 on incomes an appropriation to assist in the construction ;j 1 mucilaginous mess, a quarter of a '' of Governor Sulzer-Louis A. Sarecky
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arrived in Orlando yesterday for the from $50,000 to $100,000; 1,651on of a laboratory building for :i i inch thick on the bottom of the re-i!i FOR COMMISSIONER and Frederick L Colewell. "

winter. Mr. is incomes above $100,000. the government experiment station,!'ceptacle I ? i I
Fosgate buyer ,
orange :i I Sarecky, who formerly was the gove' -
Mr. S. A. .
Johnson
for Sweeney, Lynes & Co., of Boston. These figures were given out to-1 II i which it is proposed to locate in Or-i I i: Would it not be well to examinefilters I: who was mentioned ;ernor's campaign secretary, was

Mr. Fosgate was married at Ath- night by L. M. Spear, chief of the''lando. Mr. E. F. Sperry is chairman ;:j: those ? or, shall we place the i at the recent smoker of tho' served with a subpoena yesterday. In
: !: blame that Municipal League as the right man
ens, Pa., Tuesday to Miss Margaret corporation tax"division of the department of the committee and will appear personally : on "dare-devil boy" trh ( his capacity as secretary he handled
for
short-circuited the [ city commissioner, has made his
before the wires? '
board. ,
Cowe. The parties to this romance of internal revenue. They comprise The city formal: much of the money contributed for

were introduced to each other at a partial approximations from all : council has given $!50 to the fund !I..' No reference was made, or intended'ajainst [ announcement, which appears the governor's Process
: elsewhere in this issue of the Se i! campaign.
dance in Orlando last season. It was the internal revenue districts of ti eThe i| amount to be raised after the the efficiency, or capacity of''' n- I''servers I found here
Mr. Cheney's : tine! Mr. Johnson is a strong man Sarecky yester-
one of those rare cases of love at first United States. i city and county contributions have plant. We will accept [' day after long search. the
it for all he claims. and will make an active campaign. He a During
But I
did
been
added
sight, and from the time they met together and deducted I suggest -
stated that the
Spear figures are ; twenty-one days they sought him he
has of friends
an army and is fearat '
a of -
from the total needed rearrangement the lighting''
will
the couple were devoted to each other. be made
incomplete and predicted that when had called several times at the
less i i execu.
honest
and
The many friends of the happy pair all the returns are in that the number up by popular subscription. system, meaning in our streets, th t I capable, aggressive.1IIis tive mansion.
I we might get the best light possible supporters confidently predict his
will be delighted to hear of the culmination of persons to be taxed under tact from whatever 'j'! election. i!; Colewell, whose home is in Yonkers -
size lamps were used,!
of their courtship.Dr. would exceed 600,000. : ; : has been termed the governor's

Cowel, father of the bride, and AUTO LICENSE TAX IS whether they were 40, 60, 80, 100 or i I j"dummy" in his Wall street deals.Attornej.s .

the other members of the family will 150 watt lamps, believing that the,,, REBELS SAY THERE WILL i

reach Orlando soon,'to spend the win DEATH OF MRS. J.RKER! BEING PAID COLLECTOR I height at which they were hung':,I BE NO ELECTION OCT. 261 i I{that they would for the produce defense him declared today

i would have
much to do with :
ter. giving I --- I II

Mrs. J. A. Barker died at the residence ] the best lighting effects, or efficienc)'. :I Special to The Sentinel I and permit him to testify. The hunt

GIANTS IN LINE FOR PENNANT of her son, George A. Barker, .TIIOCGn TAX IS NOT DUE) ; UNTIL Perhaps the suggestion of municipal iWashington I'!, Sept. 26.-It was an- for him was more determined than

in Orlando at 5:20 o'clock yesterday !! OCTOBER SOME HAVE ownership of this sort of equip-i nounced I today by followers of Car-I that for Sarecky, and Colewell was
Special to The Sentinel I I
successful
New York, Sept. 26.-The Giants, afternoon. Mrs. Barker came to Orlando ment for Orlando might be the rock ranza that there would be no election more in concealing his

by their victory over Brooklyn today, in 1887, and reared her family I, SECURED TAGS upon which Mr. Cheney stubbed his I:,!held in Mexico October 26. Word has II I whereabouts. No report of his whereabouts

precluded possibilities of being beaten here. She was 60 years of age, and 'i-I; toes, and naturally does not like to I I I reached Washington through reliable ever was obtained after the
I Tax Collector W. E. Martin has al- : the
day folowing revelations)
out of the pennant. If the Giants los died of tuberculosis. She is survivedby ; think about it, and would seek to divert i- I sources that the Mexican congress is regarding -
I I ready begun to issue automobile 1 Iii i the
a son and daughter Mr. the opposed to Huerta and also Gamboa governor's deals in Wall
,
all remaining games and the Phillie Gl'orgeA. i i' public mind from this very ,
censes for the next although the'tax :
At
year street. that
win all theirs, the two teams at the Barker, of Orlando, and Mrs. Ella is due under important matter, to one of less im- I who is termed his stalking horse for time Colewell disappeared -
( not the law until from
his
home.
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Curtis McDuffie, of Tampa. The l portance. the coming election as advertised by
end of the season will have won and at-1
i October 1. Tag No. 1 was issued toj i!' : Persons who have followed the
ter notified and will be Huerta. I case
was
lost the same number of games, butso present at Dr. V. W. Estes yesterday. Dr. G. H.j i Referring to the men in Orlando as closely
thought
the funeral I I they gained from
which takes place todayat I
soon as the Philadelphia club lose Edwards close t' having served the city well and faith- '
| was a second and got prises, each one has been holding questions asked a witness

a game or the Giants win one, the 2 o'clock. The services will be conducted '- ) the number two tag. The license tags 1:I' fully as city fathers in the past, I' I i I Ii back for the other fellow to "start by Attorney Louis Marshall yesterday for the
by Rev Edward T. Poulson
the Giants will be beyond possibilitof ,:for the next year are slightly different -!!:quite agree with Mr. Cheney. Some I something," and the fellow who does defense, a line on how the
even a tie. The Giants play Brook pastor of the Baptist church, of which of the "salt of the I respondent's -
from those of last J very earth" in thisIcity
the deceased | year. They i I"start something" must always take attorneys plan to explain his
lyn tomorrow, then go to Boston for was a devout and consistent ' are lettered in yellow on a black} have served the city as councilmen 1- the kicks of each one upon whose converting contributions to his
member. The interment will personal
finish of the season. take ( ground, bearing the lettering, "Or-"| and there are some good ones I toes he happens to tread, and in this use.
place at Patrick cemetery, fi\
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LEAGUE eange County" at the top, the number j! there today, too. i instance it happened to be the toes of Mr. Marshall brought that
CIVIC BUSINESS miles west of Orlando, where the husband | out the

MEETING HONDA r of the deceased and several of j jin a vertical line on the left hand side J!I It has also been suggested many I)Ir. Cheney. But there have been so governor spoke of needing money for

| I and "Fla." on the right times, that some who served the complimentary remarks letters
The Civic League will meet Monda y their children are buried. Undertaker and "Own-' cityin many traveling expenses. This was be-
Ii i i er's Number" en the bottom the the past as "fathers" have favored ijand greetings from all of the tiered
afternoon at.3 o'clock, in the Tea and Hand will have charge of the arrange ; owner's I parts to be for the purposeof building

Rest Room. All members are urged ments. ' number being inserted in the ce n- a few, in various ways, when granting city, and in all walks of life, that I up a defense that Mr. Sulzer was

to be present for the Federation meet !ter. The amount of the tax varies I franchises, etc., not forgettingthemselves 1 am confident that I made no very serious in dire financial straits, that his

ing will be discussed and planned fo r. FIVE CARS GRAPEFRUIT ;I with the horse power of the car. With and running the city with blunders, when at the requestof friends knew of this condition and

i less than ten horse power it is three I II credit-to themselves. Be this as it several prominent citizens, who gladly helped him.
:Members are also asked to pay up all 1 SHIPPED FROM FROST
dues so that the league may have a PROOF | dollars, from 11 to 29, $5, and so on may, however, it does not concern me thought me capable, I wrote the article

up to 71 horse power cars at $50. at this time. We will call it ancient and suggested a platform, whichif FUNERAL OF
PROF.
creditable report at the annual meeting Mr. Lawrence Gentile who had the B. B. ELSE
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This is county license and the amountsare history, and drop it. I adhered to by our city fathers, under The
distinction of shipping the first car of funeral of Prof. B. B. Else will
paid into the road fund of the This much I do say, and I do not any form of government, must take place this
grape fruit from this section morning at 10 o'clock
Mrs. S. G. Walker and daughter returned for county. Collector Martin turned in believe you can raise a voice against II work for the good of Orlando, and the the services ,
which he received the price of being conducted from the
last night from Coal Cente, $6.50a $3,652 into the road fund from this it. Had not the citizens been asleepat advancement of her people, and I will
of
chapel
box in Cincinnati, shipped five other Hammond & Gore, by Rev.
Pa., where they spent the summe, source last year. The state also receives the switch, Orlando would today wager my straw hat against Mr. Cheney's Dr. J. E.
cars yesterday. The fruit adjudged 1- Wray, pastor of the Methodist
and are again at their pretty horn was a tax from automobile owners.The i have a city hall worthy the name, a linen trousers that Orlando'snext church. The -
as unusually fine for interment
this will be
on South Main street. and season amount of this tax is two dollars I good fire department building, etc., mayor would be willing defy in the city
promises to bring the of cemetery.
the top for each car, and has to paid only centrally located, and paid for, that defeat and run on the platform suggested The following
School books to be fancy market. gentlemen
for
exchanged are requested -
once. The county license is an annual would be a credit to the city, insteadof by Yours truly, to
act
new must be perfect, Do not bring tax. as pallbearers: Col.
the present outfit, and no one JUSTIN VAN BUSKIRK. J. M.
Bradshaw
books that are torn. Look them ove Mr. D. E. Riggin, of 'Laurel, Del., Col. T. J. Watkins,
:knows it better than the people in Or- Respectfully, and with kindest fee-} Messrs. W. E.: Martin
;j carefully. Curtis & O'Neal is a late arrival at the San Juan. Weather: Local rains C. E. Howard, S
; cooler. lando. But, like many other enter- ings toward Mr. Cheney. H. H. Dickson, Ed. Walker.





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COST TO RAILROADS THAW SENDS KIND FOR COMMISSIONER
; ANNOUNCEMENTS
MAN A $30 CHECK Orlando, Fla., Sept. 25, 1913!

Proof of the expensiveness of i,! If want the Best limited Announcement to ten lines.inserted S5: over in ten this lines.column$10. Greeting to Voters and Taxpayers cf
you the of Orlando
wrecks to railroad companies is fur- Montreal, Que., Sept25.-A check Cash nil] be required in advance. City :
I hereby announce myself a candidate '
nished in a statement of the claims :for $50 has been sent by Harry K. i for commissioner, subject to the
: ;TO THE VOTERS AND CITIZENS
for death or injury settled by them.I Thaw to F. Garceau, an immigration OF ORLANDO primary. And if elected, I promise
:
The New York Central, which paid ,officer at Coaticook, for a kindness CLOTHES I to perform the duties of the office to

claims aggregating $768,000 in 1901, shown to the Matteawan fugitive the I I This is to formally announce thatI for the best of my ability, without fear
candidate for under favor. Will also state that I believe .
am a mayor
found it sexpenses of that nature to day he was deported. j ,: the new form of government, subjectto in and shall work to better san

be gradually piling up until in 1907it Garceau was the man who ran toI I I MADE TO MEASURE the primary. Fully realizing the itary conditions; better streets; better .

paid out $2,466,000. Last year it get an overcoat for Thaw on the cold responsibilities connected with the of- and more convenient schools; better .

morning when he was rushed across fice, and the amount of time and labor and improved fire apparatus, and
paid $2,068,000, and during the same t which will be required, I am prepared, the building of a city hall; the healthof
period the New Haven road paid the boundary into the United States. r should I be elected, to undertake, with our city first, last and always.

$1,129,000. The New Haven has had Thaw sat shivering in an automobileand You have the the commissioners who will be elected, Respectfully,

eleven wrecks since, and its settle- Garceau, noticing this, hurried now opportunity, to give Orlando a progressive, wide- R. L HOLLAND

ments of claims for 1913 will no doubt into the station and got his own over- awake, yet conservative administration. TO THE
I for we have with us special rep Having taken an active part in GOOD PEOPLE OF OR.
set a new high record. The Pennsylvania coat for him. the building of our city from its very LANDO AND ORANGE

probably took as many Thaw sent a letter of thanks to resentative of Strauss & Bros., beginning, and being anxious to help COUNTY:

chances with life and limb last yearas Garceau with the cheek. make a still greater and more beau.

either the New York Central or of Baltimore. He will be withus tiful ask Orlando.I your. support, and if elected;,, The Orange County Realty Com

New Haven, but it paid out only NAMED BY PRESIDENT I pledge my best efforts in every way. pany, composed of H. C. McDaniel
for three I Yours truly, and J. H. Vick, with offices in San
$173,500 for injuries to passengers. next daysTuesday, am,
Juan Hotel offer their
JAS. L GILES. services to
These figures do not represent the I Washington, Sept. 25.-President whether
I you, you wish to buy or sell
total expense of wrecks to railroad I Wilson today made the following nominations -!; Wednesday and Thursday, this FOR MAYOR any kind of real estate. We-promise

companies. For example, the Penn- : The Sentinel is authorized to an-I to feel a personal interest in every

sylvania last year paid $60,654 for I Assistant secretary of the treas-I week. nounce that Mr. E. F. Sperry will bea piece of property given us, and to use

p loss of property, $19,031 for damageto ury, Byron W. Newton, of'New York. candidate for mayor in the forth- our best efforts to sell same. We cor.
coming city primary. His reputationis II dially invite you to come and see us
baggage, and $660,000 for damageto Postmasters: I @ such that it is deemed unnecessaryto From properties already given us, we

freight. There is no ground for Alabama-W. T. Morris, Ragland; i add anything to this announcement can give our home folks some very

the belief which some persons enter- D. F. Suggs, Ensley, R. L Dorroh, iI concerning his eminent fitness for the safe and attractive investments We

tain, that railroad companies are cal- Reform. I I position. He would fill the office in have both made good in growing
such a manner as to cause every citi- things in Florida sand, and we believein
in and the Line of
lous to wrecks; they could not well I Georgia-P. E. Wooten, Abbeville; Come see Big zen to be proud of him as the official our job. We realize that but a

be indifferent to the expense which Annie P. Harper, Stillmore. I M head of the city. I small part of Orange county is in

wrecks cause. Nevertheless, it is a United States attorney, northern SamplesAT ; cultivation, yet she is furnishing one-

plausible supposition that when the district of Georgia, Hooper Alexan- FOR COMMISSIONERI i I fourth of the state's produce, and she

claims for damages run into the mil- der. = : am a candidate for city commissioner !| has simply got to be developed. Nai .
I and wish to solicit in this pub- i ture has done too much for us in cli.
lions, railroad managers will be dis- lic the of all the I
manner support mate and soil to stop short of making
posed to pay greater attention to GA NOR LEFT ESTATE Brown & voters of Orlando who think that I am II her the envy and admiration of them

safety than they otherwise would.- VALUED AT $2,000,000 Lartigue's qualified for that honorable and important -I all. While we are working directly
position. It is with a due regard -I j for profit, it will
Register, Wheeling, W. Va. our own give us a
for the honor and importance of !great deal of pleasure to know that
New York, Sept. 25.-The will of I t tit that I enter the race. I hereby will the
our success mean building
KISSES LAWYER WHEN William J. Gaynor, late mayor of pledge myself to perform the duties of the best country we have ever up

SHE GETS A DIVORCE :New York, as filed yesterday, leaves I Ito of( the office with earnestness and to seen. When we sell a man a piece of
the widow his Brooklyn residenceand I the best of my ability in the event of I,land, we do not intend to relinquish
READ THE S SENTINEL F FOR THE NEW my election. Respectfully,
I interest in him until he has
made
500 shares of Pow- our
St. Louis, Sept. 25.-Mrs.. Susie E. ; Royal Baking H. CLARK ROBERTSON. good. We feel that the truth about .

Mueller, twenty-four, of Webster, der company stock. I I
FOR CITY COMMISSIONERI Orange county will be good enough
hugged and kissed her lawyer, Robert The remainder, with the exceptionof hereby announce as a candidate to win for us friends and patrons, and

E. Powell, and turkey-trotted from minor bequests of the estate, is i for commissioner, under the commission that will be our motto. Again we

court at Clayton today when it was divided two-sevenths to each of two charter, subject to the city pri- invite you to come and see us.

announced that a divorce from Ed- sons and one-seventh to each of three FRANK HYRESArtificial [:mary. I shall be glad to receive the ORANGE COUNTY REALTY CO.
assistance of friends and all who have
ward E. Mueller had been granted unmarried daughters. The value of i
i faith in me and in my ability and SNAP THIS BARGAIN UP!
her."I'm the estate is estimated at $2,000,000. i good intention to serve the people

twenty-four years old, but a StoneBuilding faithfully in every particular.If A Furnished Home for a Thousand

year has just been taken from my age I The bond election held in the sub- elected I will so arrange my busi- Dollars.
and other affairs that I will be
and I feel like twenty-three," exclaimed district in which Arcadia is located able ness to give full attention to public For sale, a six-room house fur.

Mrs. Mueller as she executedthe went overwhelming for the issuanceof matters. Respectfully, nished, with screened kitchen 8x14;

dance steps in the court room $75,000 for the building of school Blocks, Cement Brick, House C. E. HOWARD. lot 481-2 by 1323-4; Eva street, near

houses at Venus and in Arcadia.
Hamlin grove. There are several
FOR CITY COMMISSIONERI
aisle.Mrs. Foundations, all styles of Concrete
Mueller, among other charges bearing fruit trees. Owner has good
Columns and Balusters also all kinds hereby announce as a candidatefor
against her husband, told of being Suwannee county will hold a fair commissioner, under the commis- reasons for selling which do not affect -

forced to get up at midnight to make 1 I lasting three days in Live Oak dur- of Ornamental Concrete Work in Whiteor sion form of government, promisingto the value of the property or the

Welsh rarebits for her husband and. ing the third week in November. Five Colored Facings give all necessary time outside of extraordinary qualities of this fine
the office hours prescribed by the
his friends. He is a leather salesman. hundred dollars in. valuable prizes charter, and subject to the city pri- offering. A bargain like this will

will be given away at this time. Madison mary. If elected, I will honorablyand not last long, so if you want to profit

Nothing succeeds like circulation.We Taylor, LaFayette and Columbia Phone 159..Works, Livingston Ave. on R, R.I vant fearlessly of the people.do my duty as a ser- by having read this ad. apply without'

have it. One ad, in the Sentinelwill will be invited to take part in Respectfully, delay to THE SENTINEL, |

show you the way. the fair. I t W. P. GWYNNE. Orlando, Fla.




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CHEAP LABOR PERIL fhe ElPto
I Success.REALESTATE
Many large employers of labor GlTYAttD HMMIIIIMIMMMIMIIM MMtMIMMIHMMMMIM
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would be delighted to have the COUNTRY I
federal government through its

treaty making power, hold down ( JANSEN 11111 MIMMItMMi III lUll IIIas
the bars and let in the alien. L ,

American What would farmer become if the of great the i IMPROVED AMUmrlPROVEC i OTARY I

corporation obould enter the of land the country market. ORLANDO FLORIDA. UBLIC Range e for II Your Cooking

buy all of tie best lands of the
country and then cultivate them In our last "ad." we told you how convenient a gas range is for EMERGENCIES. Now wdon't
with Mongolian Chinese. Hindu
get the idea from this that a gas range is good for EMERGENCIES ONLY. Don't think
Japanese and other cheap alien
labor The rich and the pow Real Estate For Sale: that for a single minyte! A Gas Range is good for all kinds of cooking-in fact (we tell -ou

erful will have their fortunes this confidentially), a gas range is better than a coal or wood range because it is more convenient,
vastly increased by having all
barriers to cheap labor broken cleaner, neater, cheaper, and always ready for use. It also takes up less room, makes your
Fine winter home and orange grove FARMS AT PRICES TO SUIT YOU
down.. They know that the I kitchen look better and eliminates all the unpleasant work and drudgery caused by cooking on a
is combined a fine piece of property;i
and route ;
surest
quickest -
I wood or coal stove. In other words, a gas range makes cooking a pleasure and every home should
through the treaty making power will to :
this year's crop amount $5,000.;
[Also a Great Number of Fine City have one.
because they only deal first
with one man. the president. I and Country Properties. Unim- We can give you one for $14 or $75, according to your needs, and are sure we can make you
Fully furnished two-story cottage,
of the
and two-thirds
one body
proved Land in Any Size Tract You | satisfied with any range we sell you tasiIt UIU
senate.- Representative Sisson for sale or rent; rent, $50 per month; I
of Mississippi I Want, and Land for Trucking for
sale price, $4,000. Come or write

quick if you want it. I Rent. wnm LI T C CO1 I

I
WHAT COUNTS.It GAS DEP ART IET'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII"I'III"'IIIIII'I""I
I
The truth about the I
Fine residence lots in best part of properties
isn't the brains a man has in I
his head the city, from $1,250 to $6,000. !offer for sale is good enough I"I"I'I'II'IIIIIII'III"I"'I'I""I'I""IIIIIIIIO..ODIIII"I"IIII""I'I'IIIIIIIIII....
Or the skill that he has in his

hand.It .
isn't the books he has stud Suburban lake front lots, $150; restricted -! _
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I Call on or write me for fuller in-
led or read
Or his fortune in money. or high, healthy location. Theyare :formation. tl " " " " ;;;; ; ; '; ; ; ;; ; ; ;;; ; ; ; : ii; ; : : IIIIII
land beauties and real bargains. I
That makes a man likable lovable
here. I H SPECIAL PRICES )
For many a miser is smart. 1, 2 1-2 and 5 acre tracts for sub-I j Correspondence in English, German _
It's not what a brother can do
we hold dear urban homes, chicken or dairy. I land Scandinavian solicited.

But Just what he is in his

heart CARL JANSEN

It isn't the wonderful heights. he We always have special prices, but we

has Isn't scaled.It the .medals he wears. Real Estate Fire Insurance do not have any sales.

It isn't he's hailed the fact that by many NOTARY PUBLIC Our plan is to take the money it would


With that applause he dares for the deeds Office in Rock BuDding ORANGE AVE. Opposite San Juan Hole! cost to make a sale, and put it into Real

That makes a man welcome ----- -- - -- such will be
wherever he goes. I Bargains, as to our customers' -

A leader, unmourned, may depart ROLLINS
COLILEGE advantage.We .

For glory the thing that sho'vs.men revere I isn't WINTEK PARK, FLA. I I mention a few articles that will go

But the glory that's hid in the Oldest and Most Beautiful I
College i i roughs adding machine, typewriters, at reduced prices :
heart. Campus in Florida. College,Acadj j(i two instructors. New chemical and
-Edgar A. Guest emy, Music, Expression, Fine j(I physical laboratories, equipped with Regular $ 2.50 and $3.00 White Pique
Arts,Domestic and Indus- every modern device; analysis of soils,
trial Arts, Business, I I fertilizers, foods, water; preparationfor
Normal Course. engineering courses. Skirts at $1.74.
I I I Lakes, ,
boating ,
swimming golf
,
THE INCOME TAX. Twelve buildings, four dormitories,tennis, foot ball, basketball: Four Regular $ 1.50 and $ 2.00 White Skirts
1 regard as most dangerous at separate rooms, steam heat, electric I t consecutive years champions of State I
the present time the dispositionof lights, fire protection, fine gymnasium in base ball.Christian . at 96 Cents.A .
malaria, million dollar but
legislative bodies to laws no quarter I Undenominational;
pass
which are calculated to produceclasses. endowment. Three teachers of Expenses Moderate, Scholarships new line of Shirt Waists and Balkan
music, $5,000 organ, a dozen pianos, Available.For .
for Instance
think
1 two glee clubs, chorus class, orchestra -I Catalogue address the President, Blouses from 46 Cents
the proposition to assess the in up.
superb new rooms for Business WM. F. BLACKMAN, Ph. D.,
comes of men who are receIving School, full banking equipment, Bur-I Winter Park, Fla. 25 Per Cent off Shoes.
more than $-1.O() and to exempt on
the incomes of those who
receive less is one of the worst IlilinMltiMMIMIMimiMHIIMIMIHIMMtMMKTHE
things; that have ever happenedin
this country, because it Im- I


the tax mediately have when eople no objection and arrays against as needed.97 to 3 per an per cent income 1 centI have of MARKET I H. Kallllef'g r'' NewYork Y Bargaill r i StoI1Or1aMloSPECZALTYS


nothing to say against an in Of Cleanliness Of QualityFRESH ,
come tax as a principle. But 1 I
to mate UT j jeer cent of the peo- I e I 0 I II1III . . III I 0 III1 0-4 a I e IIII I 1..0 H 0 I r I II ..
ple interested in favor of an in- AND SALT MEATS .iw ..t.telliLIIOII I.Qltttlt.ICII"IIII I'IIC.IC 'O111'01'11" "

come tax which exempts them i __ _____ L__ __
and which compels the 3 percent I FISH AND GAME
to pay these large sums of
money Is a very large mistake. Kept under the best sanitary conditions. I 'VRIGH 'r t' C
1 cannot look upon it except as i REAL'I'Y SEED co. :c-C..E
the beginning of forcible distribution Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh I ES'I'ATE
HEAL n
wealth, FOR
of however
CHEAlEHY
Bl.TTEH
honestly ul'luirl'tl.-Jude E. II. I and pure. I 1'h 11.5 Our [3usiness 1

Gary. We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We hnvteverything I Orlando, Florld 1'I.I'cT: ('AN UVSI'EHS:
i I FHESII F.-\.H '
in the Meat Line. I 1G( ; :

HAPPINESS.The I jTMlcThe

happiest women. like the The PARLOR MARKET -- ------

happiest nations. han no his I sL Cathedral SchoolEAST I THE WILLOLAModern a 4o- A'k\t(i444

tory-George Eliot e ; YOU WILL SAVE MONEY ;
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Happiness consists In activity.It L H.M.Self&Co. ;, CENTRAL AVENUE Prices, Moderate Home-Like l Getting Prices
; ; Orlando's Select Boarding and J >y on your j
I* a running stream and nota Brick and Stone Work
stagnant' jwol.-J, M 1. Good. I J8-20 PINE STREET :>: :' Day School For Girls I'ctore BuihJin .
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The rays of nappiuess. like | i Reopens Wednesday, October 1. SOUTH ORANGE AVENUE: Phone or Write

those unbroken.of light-Ixmgfellow., are colorless when II Phone No. 80 1| i!'{Preparatory Primary, Intermediate Grades. and College Near Lake Lucerne Acme Brick and ; ;


1 MiMMiiiiniimiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiimniiiiiMiMiiitttmi !Also Courses in Music, Art, Elocution MRS. W. T. WALKER StoneVorks
All who would win Joy must
I II : \ Domestic Science, Physical Cul-
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show it. Happiness was born a f ORLANDO FLORIDA MAITLAND, FLORIDA ;
twin.-Byron. I MIIHHIIIIIMHHMIIIIIIIMIIMIH. j ture. : CHAS. A. DALLAS Prop. I
I Twelve specially trained Teachers. MIMHHUHIItUIIMtHThis
Consider pleasures as they de- LIGHT THE !Individual attention. Loving care. WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES
part, not as they rome.ArIstotle. I REV. RODERICK P. COBB, A. M., AND DO ALL KINDS OF

PATH TO PROSPERITYMerchants j. I Principal. OPTICAL REPAIRING

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BYRON ON LOVE. who Electric .
\
use Signs never lose i
Farewell! If ever fondest
prayer
their way by choosing the wrong road to suc- I

For other's weal availed on cess. You simply cannot fail to attract new II"

high customers if you use an Electric Sign. It acts I" DR. L. H. RAMSDELL
Mine will not all be lost in air. like OPTOMETRIST
irresistible
an magnet, drawing all the
But waft thy name beyond the
sky.MaIdens.. trade within its reach: That is the reason I (Successor to Dr. 0. P. Likins)

they command the attention of buyers. I ORLANDO, FLORIDA
like moths, are ever I D (
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I
And caught Mammon by glare wins his way For Every Store Owner I I --.".--

where seraphs might despair. lu Rowe & Winebrenner II book tells how everybodypays

No Room ll-JcXeiU& Davis Bl'd I!: and whether or not they
Alas, our young affections run matter how small his business, the Elec-
entitled to credit.
-
are
to waste tric Sign is the cheapest and most effective LEARN ABOUTour REAL
ESTATECity
Or water but the desert I
advertising. quality cenfections by a trial purchase -I and Country Property II Ii t i ORLANDO BUSINESS MEN'S
Yes love indeed is light from I Phone for our Sign Designer to call and submit of a pound box of our II I I ASSOCIATION.I .
heaven.A I I _______i B______
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spark of that immortal fire. a sketch. CHOCOLATESBON i J.C.ANNO MEETING

With angels shared, fcy Allah No Trouble to Us..-No Expense to You. BONS
given There will be a meeting of white

To lift from earth oar low A "pointer" for the person wanting The Boys'o Clothier citizens at the council chamber, on

desire.. the best at a reasonable price-the Saturday, October 4, 1913, at 7:30

She was his -life utmost in purity and delicioasness. 45 W. Church Street o'clock, for the purpose of selectinga
W Tm & lI T Co. city executive committee and trans-
The ocean to the river of his Daintily packed and in the original
such other business
thoughts shapes and variety of flavors.BUN'S I acting as may
Which terminated all Are you thinking about buying an come before the meeting.
Cook With GasIMIIMIIIIMHilllMllitillilllllllli automobile? If so, read the adver M. OVERSTEERT, Chairman.
Kaody Kitchen tisement of the San Juan''Garage. JOSIAH FERRIS, Secretal1.I ir

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DAILY BUYING AT HOME ST. JOSEPH'S GRANGE IX LINE 'IIIIII"lllllllllllt'ltlllltllttlllllll&IIIIIJIQ
I ACADEMY, ORLANDO
South Florida SentinelMORNING The Tampa merchants began a systematic At a mass meeting held at Orlando

AND WEEKLY campaign against mail order Herein are some thoughts offered to Tuesday a resolution was passed favoring -
JOSIAH FERRIS Editor and Owner houses a year ago, and that they have parents in Orlando and the surrounding a call for an election on a bond
-- - - -- achieved results is shown in the falling country who are about to place issue of $600,000 for good road build till II 011 11111 11111 111II 11111 11111 I' "
Entered at the poetoffice at Orlando, Florida
as Second Class Mail Matter. off of the money order businessto their children in school next Monday: ing.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES the amount of more than two hun- (1)) School days are the seed time Another result of the "Hillsborough I
dred thousand dollars during the year. of the child life, subsequent years will example."
THE DAILY SENTINEL Now, who would have thought it? be the harvest. As you sow, so shall Orange is a progressive county and I
One Year ....................$5.00 Isn't that a showing in cold concrete you reap. Tares will yield tares. and we had been expecting a movementof OVLANE V
Six Months ................... 2.50' figures that bears the weight of incontrovertible wheat, wheat.. this sort. It seems to be favoredby I.
Three Months ........ ........ 1.25 I evidence? Isn't it an ((2)) The class room is not merely a the leading citizens of the county
67 news carrier in Orlando, 50 cents perm indictment of a spirit that should studio where little blocks of marble. and this means its success.
.nth. Daily and Sunday. have no place in the breast of any citizen are being fashioned by the artist, pupils With $600,000 worth of new roads
The Orlando Morning Sentinel can be found who is drawing his livelihood are rational beings, in them lie Orange would indeed be an earthly
on Store sale, and in Orland Wright at Brothers.We Curtis. &; O'Neal's Book from the business of the town? the germs of virtue and vice, the po par dise.-Tampa Tribune.
The Tampa merchants saw that tency of saint and criminal; the char
will appreciate prompt complaint if
delivery is not promptly made by our carriers. they must do something to check the acter now developed in them will be For the new, read The Sentinel.
Advertising rates will be furnished on pplicatien. outward flow of money, and they got the character of the coming men and
together and started an advertising women of the nations. Vice like weeds
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THE WEEKLY SENTINEL campaign. They adopted the motto: and briars needs no cultivation, vir-
Address Per year,THE by mail SENTINEL postage, Orlando.paid......Florida...fl.OO "Quality for quality; we undersellall tue to put forth buds, bloom and bear YOU USE WE will have a 1914Demonstrator
Office 107 Court Street, Arcade Building. Northern mail order houses and fruit needs to be carefully cultivated.The AN OIL
Phone 24. defy competition." I character of the class room will on
STOVE?
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1913. That was the right stand to take. form the character of the child.
The first thing for the merchant to ((3)) True education looks to the hand latter part of this
W. N. Conoley has been elected secretary do before he complains of trade goingto moral even more than the intellectualside > If so Be Sure and Ask for <
of the Jacksonville Board of other Towns is to ascertain the of the pupil. It trains the willas week.MMttliliilMIMIIIMMIItHlilMH
Trade. Mr. Conoley is well known in reason. Are his prices right? Is he well as the mind. Heart and brain .
Orlando as an enterprising, energetic giving quality as good? If he is giving demand attention. The state's best "Gulf
public spirited and capable man. The goods as good and prices as .asset and the parent's highest concern
Sentinel congratulates the Jackson- cheap, there is certainly no plausiblereason I is the honest man and the pure wo-
ville Board of Trade on securing his for trade to turn elsewhere.The man. Kerosene"Burns
services. Tampa merchants proceeded to (4)) There is no morality without
o get right, and then their campaign I conscience and there is no conscience Freely and will not crust
began to be effective. without the sanction of
One of the objections most often I responsibilityto the wick. His no unpleasantodor.
urged by the opposition to Orlando'snew What they have done the merchants God. The state needs God because
charter during the campaign for in Orlando and other towns should do.I it needs conscience. The home needs .
its submission was that good men "Trade at home" is a motto that shouldbe God and so does the school. The IINM I. W. PHILLIPS & S SONS H

could not be had for the salaries fixed. practiced by every person in Or school is a mirror that reflects the Handled by Leading Merchants.
The Sentinel contended otherwise. l lando. The merchants carry up-to- coming state. The Godless school is
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One only needs read'over the announcements date stocks; their styles are correct, the promise of the Godless state.
in this issue to see how and their prices are no more than Here may be aptly quoted an extract
sound was the judgment of the Sen they should be. We believe this con. from a sermon recently delivered by P.Walton,Agent
tinel. dition to exist. If it doesn't, then the I a prominent Presbyterian divine: Phones 450 and 269MMIIMMHIMMMMMM
o merchants should get together as the '"The Godless school ordains an immoral
Judge George A. Worley, of Miami, Tampa merchants did and find out citizenship. It is not enoughto MMMMHtlMMMHttttttMtlMtimHIMIIHIIIlMFOR
who is spoken of as a probable can what's the matter. There's no excuse make edged tools; the hand shouldbe
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didate for congress from this district, for trade to leave Orlando. The trained to use them. Culture unsanctified -
contends that the redistricting law is wants of the people can be supplied prepares for guilt and
effective; that the law will be con right here. I graft. Our common schools can not
strued according to the intention of o afford to ignore the functions of the
the law makers. The trouble aboutit MR. BRANCH FOR COMMISSIONER conscience. As is the conscience, so SEPTEMBER
is that some will and some won't.If is the individual. There is nothing
all were of the same mind it would Orlando, Fla., Sept. 26, 1913. beneficent in mere knowledge; chemistry -
not make any particular difference So many candidates for city commissioner can not reform a drunkard nor
Gifts The
what the law said. have arisen with a bid for I can botany make a thief an honest Birthday SapphireSEPTEMBER'S
-0----- votes that one more only makes the man. We must restore the ideals of
The Duval county commissionershave issue an interesting one. Since his our school system or prepare for the
annulled the purchase of land name has been suggested, may we not barricade and riot.
for a poor farm which was consum. mention, without his consent, Mr. WilLiam (5)) The Philadelphia vice commission
mated the other day, when the com Branch, Jr.? What is the mat regarded the common schools as
missioners paid twenty-two thousand ter with having a young man on the largely responsible for the vice and STONE IS THE SAPPHIREEMBLEMOF
dollars for a piece of ground that hadbeen job, especially one who has for several conditions of the city.
CONSTANCY, TRUTH, HAPPINESS AND SUCCESS.LET .
sold at private sale a few days years advocated commission form I (6)) St. Joseph's Academy offers to
previously for one-third of that price. of government and given it his unquestioned ,parents a sanctuary for the objectsof US SHOW IT TO YOU MOUNTED IN A BRACE-
The commissioners could not stand up support. Mr. Branch has their tenderest love and most earn
LET HANDY PIN BAR PIN LOCKET OR RING ANY
under the broad intimations of graft lived East, West and South; has made :est solicitude. In it God is solemnly ,
that the transaction suggested.The observing visits to cities in Europe, :invited to preside. It is not intended ONE OF WHICH WILL MAKE HER EYES SPARKLE WITH
o among them London, Edinboro, Glas i to suit the infidel or the atheist. The
Jacksonville police muddle has gow, Paris and The Hague, and i is I'God-man, the perfect one, the model DELIGHT.FOR .
reached its climax in a decision ren interested in the best that can be done of all manhood is presented to the MEN WE HAVE THIS BEAUTIFUL, CLEAR-
dered by Judge Simmons in which for the intelligent administration of child for its imitation. Yet whilst
both the mayor and the bond trustees affairs for his home town. the Academy is officially' Christianand BLUE GEM IN SCARF PINS, TIE CLASPS AND CUFF
extracting hunks of comfort. Hap S e e avowed belief in God gives sanction LINKS.
py is the judge who can render sucha I to its work, no dogmatic religious
decision. Both sides are pleased, MAJ. J. S. SIMMONS 1 l teaching is given to non-Catholic pu COME IN AND SEE THEM .
and the case will be taken to Talla ILL AT MAITLAND pils. The Academy pays special at-
hassee eventually and the supreme tention to the moral atmosphere of
court will have a whack at it. Then Major J. S. Simmons, member of'the class room and playground, which -
somebody is apt to be very much dis the county Democratic executive committee I all acknowledge to be essential to the
pleased. is seriously ill at his home atI purity of the child life.

'" Maitland. His daughter, Mrs. Simon I ((7)) The Sisters in charge are WOe T. H. Evans the JewelerOPPOSITE
A subscriber sends the Sentinel a ton, of Micanopy, and his son, Hugh,i men whose lives are. consecrated to
copy of the Michigan Farmer with an of Charleston, have been summoned(!the Christian education of youth. ,
extended account of the West Michigan to his bedsid j Years of experience qualify them for
fair in it. The account is too I I efficient work. The quality of last POSTOFFICEI
long to be republished but the Sentinel BASEBALL RESULTS IX I I year's work as shown by the pupils'
appreciates the thought of the THE BIG LEAGUES I exhibit will not soon be forgotten by EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING
sender. The fair was held at Grand ; the patrons of the institution. As an
Special to The SentinelNational
Rapids from September 1-6, and registered League Results I additional assurance that the facultywill I
attendance of hundred keep its promise to the I '--
an a Pittsburg, 6; Chicago, 1. patronsthe '
thousand. The fair in the West has Brooklyn, 2; New York, 4. I coming school year, each mem-
been the agency for great development Philadelphia, 6.9; Boston, 310. ber possesses a Florida public school --- ----- -- -- -
in that section, and offers cause American League Results teacher's certificate. F.
for the most faithful support of the Boston, 10; Philadelphia, 4.
South Florida Midwinter exposition. New York, 0; Washington, 3. "The "wants" are quick and effi- 'Bill

There are-already-c three applicants Chicago, 3; St. Louis, 2. I I'I'cient-they cost but a minimum. NEW Copal II( r N o i e lti les NEW

for the position of income tax agent, --- --
even before the position has been created i
in fact. The applicants are W. M.

Holloway,former state superintendentof San Juan BUTTONS & RUCHINGS
public instruction; Geo. W. Ward, Garage
defeated candidate for United States i .
marshal for the northern district and iI .
a Mr. Maxwell, of Sarasota. There I I
will probably be other candidates. '
Funny thing about most of the can I FALLWINTER
didates for federal jobs is that nobody I
ever heard of them ever having One Studebaker
"l 20" mil
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done any valiant party work. The COATS and SUITS
real workers seldom get anything in
the way of rewards.

o Tunis g fo-ft uilt @
The death of Representative Rod- ,
denberry of Georgia removes an interesting .
figure from public life. He! brand tires CORRECT
new
was not a great man, but he was won I

derfully determined.resourceful He wasted and much powerfully of his ''i II I And Latest Creations of Fashion

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time in fighting windmills, after the .
like of our lamented friend Quixote, $450 ATMARION
but he showed the faith that was in
him, and single handed conductedsome
of the most notable filibustersever
witnessed in congress. His place B. IVES
will be filled and he will soon be for
gotten, but it will be many a day before
congress again sees his like in We have the only tire with a written guarantee of EXCLUSIVE MILLINERY PARLORS
energy and There i is
perseverance. 5,000 miles-AJAX TIRES. SILK HOSIERY BON TON
little doubt that he literally worked McCALLUM Second Floor CORSETSTHE
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I Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Mann returned' Prof. and Mrs. Eric Palmer and Mrs. Nora Albright and son, William -

1 last evening from Atlanta, Ga., where children returned to Rollins college have returned from a summer's

I they spent several days. yesterday after a vacation pleasantly visit at Clarksburg, W. Va., and
THE TUNER I I spent in the North. :opened their attractive home on Livingston -; ITALIAN

ORLANDO.FLA. Mr. Jos. N. Whitner, of Sanford, I avenue for the season. Master -

was a visitor in Orlando yesterday.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Palen have returned William will resume his work in j]
RYE GRASS
Whitner was a caller at the courthouse to Orlando for the winter, and the Orlando high school. >I

Mr. A. H. Jackson, of New York,I I visiting in the offices of the have opened their pretty home at I
various officials.Mr. and Amelia. The Sentinel is in receipt of a letter -
Magnolia I
is in Orlando today. Makes a beautiful Green Lawn all winter.
I I from Mr. C. W. Smith, who with !

Mr. P. L. Tippett, of Montgomery,', Joseph H. Jones returned yesterday A number of the new teachers for his family, is in Nashville, Mich., ask-i I We have some Fresh Seed.

Ala., is in Orlando today, a guest of afternoon from McDonald, the Cathedral school for girls are expected ing that his paper be sent to his Or- !>
i Tenn., where he spent a couple of Sunday night and general lando address, as they expect to be i!
the San Juan. I I I
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Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Foster ar-I i ily are at Mineral Park, Tenn. opening of school October 1. I here," says Mr. Smith, "but'tfiercury!

rived in Orlando last night from New I down to 42 this morning." I II

York on a visit. ii JI i iMr. J! Mr. W. W. Yothers returned,ThursI Miss Abbie Jones, of Delaware,
'i I''day from Washington, where he wentto Ohio, is expected today at the Cathe-! Miss Olive Dye, of La Grange, Ill.,!,
dral school! where she will take the o will arrive in the city this afternoon fruits l Received
and Mrs. F. V. Denton, of San- make some scientific investigations. an Vegetables s [ Daily
ford, were among the visitors in Or- lIe stopped in Charleston and Savannah position in the musical department to take charge of the art departmentof .

lando yesterday.Mr. on his return trip on business formerly occupied by Miss Vivian the Cathedral school for the corning i
I connected with his office. Beers. term. Miss Dye is accompanied I

I by her mother, who will spend the)
J. B. Chamberlain, Jr., has returned -
from Birmingham, Ala., wherehe i I Mr. DeWitt Miller and bride haveI Apopka News: Rev. J. D. Rene- winter months in the City Beautiful. !i CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS. i

spent the summer. I taken quarters at the Wyoming hotel ker, of Orlando, preached to a good! I "" i i
I Mr. C. Allen is in ofa
and are receiving congratulations of sized audience'at the Methodist church Hugh receipt

Mrs. Patten, of Ellenton, who has their many friends upon their recent Sunday. His subject was "Love." He letter from Sir Horace J. P. Beau- THE SANITARY GROCERY !
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was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Holmes champ, bart., describing his trip from
been visiting Mrs. J. Turner, returnedto marriage in Tunkhannock, Pa. May I'
her home yesterday.Mr. .,they live long and prosperously.I and Mr. and Mrs. Ratclay while here. Orlando to San Francisco, Honolulu,i CARUTHERS & GORE i

I I ;Hong Kong, Singapore and other j J Phone 200 6 & 8 Pine Street. ;
.I! Mr. and Mrs. H. L. D. Mooreman, points on a tour of the world which'
R. J. Van Buskirk left yesterday and Mrs. J. Ralph Yearby returned II
of Augusta, Ga., have arrived for the will be completed soon. Sir Horace! ...iiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiMiimimiimimiiniiiiDIXIE .
to resume his studies in the naval yesterday from Raleigh, N. C.,winter and are domiciled at the delightful will return to Orlando in March. H _
academy at Annapolis, Md. their bridal I I I ;
where they went on trip, home of Mrs. A. W. Acree.I I

to visit Mr. Yearby's relatives. Mrs. They have many friends in Orlando, Mr. James A. Knox returned .
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Babcock returned Yearby was Miss Bertha Rock. The I yesterday TABLETS
who will be glad to welcome them from Hot Springs, Va., where
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last night from Westerly, R.
people are receiving a glad
young back. he attended of Four I
S a meeting the
I., where they have been on a visit. welcome.
c Hundred Agents' association of the!
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Mrs. Charles Jordan, who recently New York Life Insurance
Miss Madge Rayle, of Point Peter, company.f
Mrs. Florence Beardall has returned underwent a serious operation, is recovering Mr. Knox also visited his nieces in Will give every student-user the best
Ga., arrived yesterday to take the -
position from her vacation in the mountainsand her health and the prospectis Ohio and stopped over for a while I
of science teacher in the Or-
will on Sunday resume her place that she will be out before long. with his brother a! Martin, Tenn. I value of any school tablet. We have a large
lando high school. .
as organist of St. Luke's cathedral, This will be glad news to her friends, I
'which has been for six weeks past who have watched her illness with Every day brings a few of our citizens -;i stock of both the "Special" and "Alligator"

Capt. Luther is making attractive very acceptable filled by Mr. William much regret. home, and the of the'
on opening jbrands as well as all sizes of the famous
improvements to his greenhouses on
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Branch, Jr."Education
school next week, our streets will pre- I :
North Orange avenue and beautifyingthem Mr. Girard N. Denning, who was sent the lively appearance to whichwe "Florida Series" which is better than ever

with fresh paint. [ is a second nature. recently appointed postmaster at Win- are accustomed, after a somewhat

Get the habit of shopping at Board- ter Park, was in Orlando yesterday.He quiet summer. The frosty weather this year. Make a right start at school by

Mr. T. II. Barlow returned last of Satisfaction. His dis- being congratulated by I
man's Store was many I North will also send us a goodly num-
night from a visit to his old home in plays are an education in themselves. who saw him for the first time since ber of winter residents and tourists. !i the purchase of a good tablet. They are all

Lumpkin, Ga., where he had been The new Fall dress goods are all in. his appointment. He is one of the i

combining business with pleasure.Mr. [o Be an early buyer, then assortmentswill most popular young men in the coun- Mrs. Lee Miller entertained a dozenof I 5 cents

be unbroken.Hal ty. her young friends at a chafing dish

George E. McCulloch returned supper Thursday evening, and the

last night from New York, where he Estes, of Jacksonville, travel- Mr. A. W. (Del) Mason arrived i ir I time was pleasantly spent at cards.

went to purchase the fall and winter ing man for the Southern Drug com- Winter Park yesterday, to be presenl;j The affair was given in honor of Mrs.

stock for his large department store. pany, is in the city calling on local at the opening of Rollins college,,,| Miller's sister, Miss Stanley, of Ocala.I W. S. BRANCH

business acquaintances. .Mr. Estes where he holds the position of ath 'Those present were Misses Antoinette I ,

Mrs. Phillip Slemons entertainedthe will sever his connection with the letic instructor and coach. Mr. Mason 'I Slemons, Rita Lawton and Norma j The Arcade Book and Music Store

Young Matrons card club at her drug concern within the next few pitched for the Montreal tea m: Gettier, and Messrs. William Branch,I
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home on North Orange avenue yesterday .. weeks and go to Orlando, where he during the summer, and made a finE I Lawrence Lawton, Edward Beeman,

afternoon, serving at the close has purchased a business house, mak record, of which his admirers are very'I j Randolph Robinson and William Bear- t
Telephone service has been added to WANTED To rent Rem-
typewriter
of the game delicious cream and ing the Orange county capital his fu proud. He has many friends herEwho j dall.) Mrs. Miller is a most delightful I
ington preferred. Mrs. A. F. Wood,
the home of the sexton at the
cakes. ture home.Tampa Tribune.MMMIIIMIHMMMMIM. are pleased to welcome him. j and charming hostess. ,' cemetery No. 8, W. Livingston street. 21.2t
so that communication will be
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. .. . .. . .. . . .. . . MIMIMMMIIMMIMIIHMTHE ., and Mrs. Bunn are now settled in lady; general office work preferred.
V. M., Sentinel office. 27-2t
Ol their neat little home which they hopeto !Apply

: : I make attractive on the exterior by j
!MONEY TO LO.\X-Small amounts.
planting vines and shrubs that will
:: ;i Inquire at this office, or phone 437.
be in bloom in a few months' time. |25tf.MIIMttmilMIMMmMMtHiMtMtllttlMlllitm; .

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whit these prices mean-for the car
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equipment. Get catalog and all particulars .
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The voters in the LaBelle school I MMMIilMHIIIiilMtlillMMMniHIMHIMHIli ( FOR RENT
STATE NEWS NOTESSneak PEOPLE'S ANTS .
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district recently voted to bond for
FOR RENT-Good stable, also garage -
$10,000 to build a brick school house. Ladies' Home Journal Patternsin three minutes walk from post
thieves are now busy in Fort Now they have decided that this is office. Inquire J. Van Buskirk, City

Myers. not enough, so they are going to What You Want Clerk's office. 2-6t:
all the numbers
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erect a building to cost $20,000. new FOR RENT-Large, well furnishedroom

Lynn Haven is going to have a cigar How You Want It to persons wishing suburban
Genntison Brothers Co. are goingto accommodations; also 2 acres good
factory. erect a modern cold storage plant at- truck land, close in. Good opportunity -
When You Want It for right person. Address A."
and wholesale house to cost ten thou-
A ten thousand dollar club house Sentinel. 9-8tf
sand dollars in the near future in " " 1"11111111'"
and golf links is being planned for
McCULLOCH'SDEPARTMENT
FOR RENT-Store room on the busy
This firm has maintained
Miami. a For anything in the
Kissimmee. branch house in that city for more ( line of PRINTING I corner of Church and Garland
ff J streets. Size of store 24x70. Good
STOREA to and
than a year. come u3 we
Auburndale.is to have a new rail I will guarantee you opening for dry goods, shoes and millinery -

road station which will be a needed The Miami city council has voted IItisfetorywork prices store. W. M. Slemons. 9-6-lm

improvement.Sirnor fifteen hundred dollars for the support full line of Lace Embroideries that are RIGHT.
FOR SALE OR RENT
i of the Second regiment band of H ___ _. ______ _
Laffitte, of Loyd, who won I Miami. The board of trade, real estate Ladies' Muslin Underwearand COTTAGE, barn and five acre of

the Rhodes scholarship, left last week board and merchants' associationwill land for sale or rent. Inquire of

for Oxford, England. I probably make up the balance of GinghamFor MUNMMAKERS J. Schnarr, 49 West Church street.

the fund necessary to keep the band Notices of Lost, Wanted. For Sale. For 16tf.
Eight carloads of steel arrived in up. School Dresses Rent. etc.. for this column. 25c for one day
50c for three days or 75c for one seek for WANTED
Tampa a few days ago for the new 25 words or let>s. Money must accompanythe
Lafayette street 'bridge. Last week the Bank of Jasperas!: advertisement for this column, as no WANTED-Plain sewing of all
inst'rtionsill be made on credit
r designated by the federal court in kinds. 13 Church street, over Fa.
: Next Door to Evan's Jewelry StoreMllllillllMMMMillliHIIIMHMHIMMMHHHf
A thirty-piece cornet band has been Jacksonville as a depository for the MISCELLANEOUSMoney vorite theater. 9.3-lmo.
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organized at Pinellas Park, a little money of bankrupt estates. This
to loan on improved
prop- WANTED Furnished for
town near St. Petersburg.An bank is one of the stable institutionsof rooms
- erty. S. Y. WAY. light housekeeping, or furnished
Florida, is conducted on strictly apartment in good section, by couple
effort was made Monday by business principles by competent busi- Read The Sentinel "Want Ads" Every DayELECTRIC FOR SALE with baby. Rent must be reasonable.

to assassinate I and is well of the References furnished. Address, "Im-
John Gary, a negro ness men worthy FOR SALE-New modern five-room mediate," care Sentinel.EVERYBODY'S :J5-3t
Marshal H. L. Torian, of Leesburg. large patronage which it receives.- UMMIMItMIMMMMMMMIMMMMIHIilllllMMHHave house, centrally located. Apply this
Jasper News. office. 7.1 d & w tf DOING IT
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Haines City will house.soon boast This of is a The St. Petersburg Independent of 10 NICE LOTS, clo e in, $125 each; Automobiling. We are -open for

something first-class to packing be proud of. the 22nd says: "One thousand and I [ [ VACUUM L CLEANER[ I $10 cash and $5 per month with interest dates, picnic parties, or a crowd for
lots feet.
twenty-six children were enrolled inI I I ; 65x150 Box 566 an evening drive. Call 360 or ask for

2w-eod C. W. Willsy, careful driver.
Three more large fishing schoonersare the St. Petersburg public schools today -
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to be added to the already large marking the opening of the FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE for cityproperty TO PROPERTY OWNERS:

fleet of E. E. Saunders & Co., of Pen- twenty-sixth term as the most successful $450 upright piano, near-
recorded. This mark ly new; also 5-pasenper Buick, in I am now settled in larger, brighterand
sacola. ever good order. Chamberlin, Box 144, better in the Rock building
will be swelled by new enrollment your room or house Orlando Fla. 23-6 quarters
opposite the San Juan hotel
this afternoon, that it is ,
so expectedto
of Kissimmee
. The Methodists are A-1 FARM FOR SALE-On rooms 1 and 2, which
I easy my increasing
cleaned without dust troubleof
reach the mark
barbecue Southport 1,100 today. or
at
going to give a big terms, or would exchange for income business required.
The amount I property i in city between
on Saturday. received any
I am revising sales list, and
my am
furniture Jacksonville and lampa. Chamberlin,
towards MtMIIMMIIIIIItMMIMI
will building their moving .
go i I Box 144, Orlando, Fla. 23-6t ready to list your city and country
new church. Fresh and i property.
Sanitary |FOR SALE AT SACRIFICE-Set of
store fixtures, From all reports received from my
i ((37) platform scales,
The farmers and growers in Dade the BESTOUR !Stimson counter scales friends and business connections
The Pierce Electric Co. send an Experienced | computing in
county held a monster mass meeting i[etc., costing $200. If sold at once the North, I shall do a large businessthis

Tuesday to consider plans for co-op- CANDIES-MAKING THEM ,$100 will\ buy all. Address Chamber winter, and will use best ef
my
man. 'lin, Box 144, Orlando
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eration in marketing their dur- EVERY DAY
crops i ---- -- ----- --- forts to sell the properties listed with
ing the coming season. FOR SALE-100 acres of good .pine
SnitJrY-as they are made and hammock land on the east side me.I
clean, and every piece wrappedin SEE THEM FOR TERMS I lof Lake Apopka. This tract of land have many satisfied customers,
An election will be held in Dade wax paper. fi 1|is exceedingly good for citrus grow- I who became winter residents of Orlando -
county on the 30th of October to decide -i ;:ing and trucking. The timber is i in and vicinity by my personal
I Best best -- --- ------- -- ------
whether the sale of intoxicating -as we use grade of its virgin state. Also city lot, 74x21 ,efforts, and they are now boosting for
everything on the market. :feet, fronting three streets, Orange
liquors, wines or beer shall be pro- Orlando and

hibited in said county.An 'located I avenue,;Jackson fine hotel and site.Boone Call; centrally on or Yours truly,

Will appreciate if you will give The PIERCE[ L[ ELECTRIC[ L C01"lnc. :'address Mrs. W. T. Walker, Orlando, CARL JAN S-X.

athletic association has been or- them a trial. ", I Fla. 9-11-lm Real Estate, Notary Public. Fire

ganized at Gwynne institute in Fort LOST AND FOUND Insurance. 1m d&w
Mayer, Galentin & Mayer
this and the I
Myers boys
year expectto UHUBCI-I STRETCTMMHMtlMIMmtlimOMHMtatMMIHMIIItlllM I II I
devote a good deal of time to base- 134 SOUTH ORANGE AVE.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII&. LOST-Liver colored pointer with I i I When you trade at home you help
: city tag 91. Please notify Butt's
ball, football and basket ball. I!I I Kandy Kitchen. tf I the other fellow to help you.

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CHAS. LORD
eral years ago a noted editor of Letters remaining uncalled for in MILLINERY AT
\i the religious papers of the city the Orlando, Florida, postoffice for ''I Lori
licago, visited Florida, and wrote the week ending February 11, 1913.
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frs for publication in the papersis When calling please say advertised. I Il
home city. He prophesied that Aldrich, Mrs. Mina J. IAIILTON&DUMS i wish to ann

ig the Atlantic Coast Line rail. Bramhan, Mrs. Ellie L ; that wt
from Jacksonville to Tampa in Balch Mrs. G P.
decade would be built up beautiful Browning, Mrs.; Birtie. Is: the Talk of the TownMOST ;

las and towns almost as one contin- Barnhill, Mrs. J.
ous I city, speaking particularly of Barnhill, Mrs. J. I Real
tat charming district reaching from Blanche. .
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Barnett,
ANYBODY WILL LOOK SWELL WITH ONE
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brlando business and
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Springs to in Bolton, Frances E. :" = arE
[which he characterized that particular Boulter, Mrs. Wm. A. OF THEIR HATS. THEY WILL SATISFY
17 S. Orange A\r,
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[ district as greater Orlando, this Laura Ed.
Dunn, YOU IN QUALITY, STYLE AND
latter city being the business center, Davis, Marjoit. | Millinery), where!
and Altamonte, Maitland and Winter Elenwood, Mrs. I. C. PRICE
t and to make ncI \\
Park beautiful residential sectionsof
as Edson, Mrs. Linda. g
the "City Beautiful." A visit to Mrs. Jennie. ORANGE AVENUE ORLANDO, FLA.
Gaines
,
Our list of cit
these points will verify the consist- Haish, Mrs. J. S.

ency of the prediction. Altamonte Hammond, Mrs. J. W. j*. and we have some e3
Hotel, nestled among crystal lakes Henderson, Mrs. Elizebeth.Hill :tI!
that sparkle like diadems in a royal Armincer. j Lor
crown, is the chief feature of that locality Hall, Lillie.Hickman <
there being no town there. Mrs. M.
This hotel is the annual winter Amanda., S 17 S. ORANGE AVjLUCE

home for several hundred people, Shaw Hunter, Dr., Anna Howard. The Best isithe CheapestSO ::0 i.: '1' < principally from the New England Holt, Mrs. A. S.
states, and those of us who have had Holt, Mrs. A. S.
the pleasure of stopping at that well Jenkins, Mrs. Hulda. GET THE BEST OF

ordered, well managed hostelry un- Legar, Dora L ] ,
derstand full well the success t that Kilpatric, Mrs. Pearl. Paints and Wall Paper
attends this house.
McDermitt, Mrs. J. H. A..
Mr. George E. Bates and Son, pro- Miles, Mrs. May. i
prietors, are hotel men and give their Meeyan, Mrs. P. THE 1912 WALL PAPER IN SAMPLESIS
entire attention to the business. During February
Mrs. Flora.
Owens
GRAND AND I WILL BE PLEASEDTO
t the summer season they operatethe Mrs. Paria. .
Page,
SHOW THEM. ALL YOU HAVE TO
Grand Hotel Vernon
at Mt. New ,Perry, Lucy.
4, Hampshire, one of the most attractive Pattson, Maria. .. DO IS TO TELEPHONE AND I WILL
places in_all the New England states. Peabody, Sallie. BRING THE SAMPLE TO YOUR HOME.

Mr. N. H. Fogg may rightly be Russell, Mrs. Jessie H. InQuei
, termed the Father of Altamonte. He Sanford, Clarice.

) ----has- been there so long and contributed Thornton, Mrs. Cornelia. GEQ. A. BARKER PHONE 268 f t
so much to the beauty of the Waleslagel, Earl, Mrs.
place that every tree knows him and Windham, Mrs. Emma.
nods to him, and every flower smilesat Yates, Mrs. W. R.
him. Mr. Fogg has a magnificenthome Arnold, A. A.

there, and with his son-in-law, Andrew, Alvine. ; U _
'
Mr. J. W. Osteen, a model farm is. Baird, Fred. '
conducted, and the live stock therewould Banard, W. W. \AT.A.t'rTED :
T' put to shame some of the ca-: Colson, Glenn. *
lamity howlers of Florida who insist Cutter William H. *
Everyone in Orange County that Contemplates Build-
k that this is no state for hogs and Cowatt, Walter. ing to call and Inspect the Work Made by the MATINEE
cattle, because feed enough c: n not Joseph B.
Crosby, ACME BRICK AND STONE WORKS,
be produced. Mr. Fogg has settled Johnson, Mr.
that question long ago and the fine Collings, Stuard, 2. Between Maitland and Altamonte Springs. Compare
t Jersey cows and Jersey red hogs, Samuel, Charles. \ Quality and Prices with any on the Market. ftI

t barns of feed and fields of produce Calkins, Fred. Building Blocks, Sidewalks, Fence Posts,
growing luxuriantly shows plainly Curtis, Hon. Henry. .-;: and Pressed Cement Brick in either
what farming will do when brains ares Carson, Glenn P. Plain or Rock Face DesignNo

mixed with the soil There are many Codes, W.Donaldson. orders too large, none too small, the big ones we ship
tend the games you will notice that D. J. .v'1:4.. the small ones we haul.
this season is no different from previous Dooley, D. J., Esq. f- Call on or Write BRIGHl

ones. The best umpires alwayssit Donaldson, Turner. ..' CHAS. A. DALLAS MAITLAND, FLORIDA Frt
in the grandstand. Darley, James, 2. \, 1-

The most interesting thing I found Drayton, J. B. .... yoIf
.
in all last week - -- .
my daily papers was Herman. - --
Englishman, ...
-I
a receipt for cooking fresh peas to Eldridge, R. M. Co. > I
make them taste better. But it Fallon, Thomas. '

'seem impossible. Fowles, W. H. -- r
"Brother Philander," said one of Fay, Walter E. i7"" '
.t
the members of our flock to our boss Free, Levi. ; yc
1 deacon the other day, "has anybody Futch, Byrd. THWNECASII STORE

told you a story about how I once Gooden, Henry. ,!
___robbedaflxOld man?" "No," replied Griffin, Charles.1. :- To des
to
lhilar.derVithout his accustomed Griffin, Charlie, 2. ,: 'l.1 "Bl
smile,*"I'( guess that story hasn't got Garratt, T. W. Cor. South and Hughey Sts. Otin
'' "to
'out yet? Huges, Dr. J. B. f t :
'
One of WE BUY FOR CASH AND SELL FOR
thetragedies of every community Howes, W. !' J CASH. WE
Ji to. see a heart-sad parent Hoots, J. R. y KEEP OUR EXPENSES DOWN AND CONSEQUENTLY poE.
walk out of the house with a key to Harman, J. W.Hememingway. CAN KEEP OUR PRICES DOWN
lock the barn after the horse is Eddie.
stolen .... Our Prone No. is
': Hanner, E. R. ....
.. . Heath, R. F. O.i. .
,I,:: PEN AND SHEARS. HenshawV.. G. And an Order will Have Prompt Attention, and will be \
Haskin, W J. :. Delivered to Any Part of the City.D. .

Interesting ,News From the Surround Hicks, James Monroe. <'
"r ing Country Gathered by Our Havens, Lester. j B. RAYBON, Proprietor ORLANDO, FLA.
Exchange Editor. Hale, Mr. & Mrs. Will K. ,

I Maude Mueller on a summer day, Hanner, E. R. : .X / .

,Raked everything but the newmown. Harris, Harry. '-, s '. '\: MHMttttORA1
hay, Johnson, E. C. r 11.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'I.'II.IIlt..4Model
She raked her husband from pillarto Lewis, Rof. I 1" .,
post, Lanar, Williams. ;t
Until we look like a poor lone ghost. Lewis, H. E. '
Moore, Horace. Grocery
One of the latest dinner fads is to Miller, E. L

serve green peas on blue dishes. McCullen, Charley.
We wonder if any woman was ever I MacHull, B. D. AR
18 West Church Street
so much in love with an undertaker Miller, E. L
i that she told him she would die for McCullam, Charley. where
McCullam, Charley. FANCY AND STAPLE GROCERIES. NEW AND
i '
\J Deal gently with the old, for they Mac Null, B. D. FRESHWe
have come a long way; and be kind Marshal, Mr. <
to the young for they have a long Morgan & Walter. \ Give Our Personal Attention to Our Customers and

journey before them. McDowgle, Nathaniel. \' Guarantee Satisfaction and Prompt Deli pr:
They say that skirts are to be Marsaws, Victor. "
Give Us Trial
a
: tighter this spring. This leads the' Michael, Jerry
,. Philadelphia Inquirer to suppose that Mitchell, R. J.
they must be going to paste 'em on. Milton, Frank. Sightler BrosIHIIIMMMItHMMM .
Opportunity is the slowest thingin Newton, W. J.
the world when it is approachingyou Odom, I. M. .

; but when it is going in the opposite Phillips, Serena.Quartermaster t
direction i{'travels faster than Henry ,T.

light., Roberts, James. t',
An Albion editor says he is willingto Rutty, G.Richson .
wait until a man sells his hogs to Jim.
pay his newspaper subscription, but Reaves, R. C. The Lit
he don't like' to wait for his century Redick, W. D.

plant to bloom.Absentmindedness. Small, Jeff. 105 E."AN .
sometimes develops Smith, Harry.
an awkward situation, but it Sequare, Fred.
is not a bad sign: The man who is! Smith, Maggie.

never ,absent-minded is .not doingtauch'tiinking'on Sexton, M. A. -:.>> ART BAZ
any subject"The Stalling, Timothy. 'h HAND
horse and the cow is in the fay, Rev. H. T. GOD
field" teacher what Thomas, C. E.
',-t" read the :. "Mary,
..i' ,. : ?". Wilson Anderson C. '
is, -matter-With that, sentence. -
T"The'1 y'should: e menu _> 'fi 4" Tniey, M. 0. "'

'answere* Mary 1W1u -, ' Thompson,,S..B.. '; '
'Van,Sickle C. H. .
( \ 'k'we. ;should. titverra ,- '>
:rmaa by. .aia-d t1\el'tt\ ia'... totak: i Willioms, Jim ,' ,>-' ",
/ "" "......:.-, of: oJ";.woman. -T .Wilson, J.Walking W. -',. --- S
'her John
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TO JN: : J.A.TEON"S: : ,

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is paper to get plaited Half Hose, regular 35c. value, for 25c. a pair. ColoVOOLNAP BLANKETS, regular $2.25, now $1.60., wJ

vertising, and I black, white, tan, helio, blue and slate. These are extraordinary Fine Comforts, regular $1.00, now $3.00. :1 ;::
nterest to those values as you will see when you examine them. Fine Comforts \cl
regular $3.75, now $2.85. :
IE LESS THAN Also, we will sell our line of WOOL and WOOL NAP Fine Comforts, regular $2.50, now $1.90. 3 :

TIER GOODS Blankets and Comforts at 25 per cent. off during Wednesday Fine Comforts, regular $1.75, now $1.30. ,v .

and Thursday. A FEW LADIES' HANDSOME s
VELVET HATS A"
jIe goods,,and I And don't forget that we carry a full line of Royal Soy ONE-THIRD OFF, WHILE THEY LAST, ONLY A FEVl,
Ke this point ap ciety Embroidery Floss and the stamped goods with floss to LEFT. PRESENT PRICE FROM $1.00 TO $3.00; VALUED
make, all envelopes, ready for working. $1.50 TO $5.00.

We have secured the for the "Gilt SilkHosiery
Edge"
is space each day agency We have just received a nice line of wide laces, at prices
for ladies, and have them in all colors at 50 cents a
iber of customers, that you can afford to own them. Also special trimmings foradvertised
pair. See them and compare them with other 50 cent hose youhave and
under Gingham Linene Children's Dresses. Th ecolors are fast
been
hition at once, as buying.WOOL and the patterns good.

[med, except on the BLANKETS, regular $5.50, now $4.10. And when in need of SHOES, don't forget to call on us.

WOOLNAP BLANKETS, regular $2.75, now $2.06. WTe certainly have the best values the market affords, and wee

will sell our Silk WOOLNAP BLANKETS, regular $2.35, now $1.75. think we can convince you of it, if you will look at our stock.



''dncians 1O6 S. Orange &.\,-e., Orlando




Irs. W. A. Shaw, of Mad- NOTHING TO BE ACCOMPLISHEDBY j THE HUMAN SIDE OF LAW. WORTH BEARING IN MIND.A Every evening after the arrival of

Dakota, are in Orlandog SUCH METHODS.The . the mail from the North the walk in
the salubrious climate. I The law is not an object of great front of the postoffice is blockaded bj
Georgia tells of
I I newspaper a
Times in written
Tampa an ably -
veneration in the United States just
I woman whose false hair saved her a crowd of people lined up anxious to
Wolfe prominentan editorial criticises the managerand now. There is feeling abroad that
ton a a get their mail. Orlando needs
I, from a serious burn. Well, you see, a new
of Baltimore, is in the directors of the Citrus Exchange it is not synonymous either with jus- postoffice building. But what is
the puff put the flame out. any-
for their ill-advised and
of the San Juan. bulldozing tice or with sense. Eminent practi-
guest A fond mother over at Sanford sent body doing to get it? Is the Boardof
tactics in the matter of tariff legislation tioners of either its civil criminal
or Trade doing anything? Is the
i The birds of sweetest song are the City
x' Lunch Counter No. 1 on oranges. branches are not held in such honor Council or the political organizations
I birds of cleanest habits. While the
The idea of the Flor-
fort a good steak or some- I "boycotting" on that account alone. as they were doing anything? Orlando is certainly
fowl that
!
scavengers are a never
ida members of because
eat 12t Congress fifty It is that I
to years ago. suspected These taking a good nap on this question.
sing. are not wholly unlike
they do not subscribe to exchange
success in the first may as often be
human
H. Baker, of Zellwood, ideas is contrary to the spirit of I due to unscrupulous shrewdness as to beings. FOR SALE OR RENT.
ar in the city, calling American institutions and beneath the The tallest lilies droop at eventide;
learning, in the second to petty trickery The Nice two-story house, 6 rooms, hot
sweetest fall from
roses off the
Iral his of of the caliber of those
School to dignity men
see
as to powe rover the minds of stem and cold water, gas, electric lights.
dith Armstrong, of directors who came together and reso- men. A voice from Africa announces ; Can be bought reasonable be
or can
luted. The rarest things on earth can not
that "no people have ever permanently abide rented for $15.00 per month. ApplyT.
,
Nothing will be accomplished by amounted to anything whose sole .
C. Brannon
at S. A. L. freight
0. such methods, and the Congressmenof And we are passing, too, away,
finer, of Columbus, public leaders were clerks, politicians, like them. depot, corner Concord avenue and La-
| few weeks. Mr. Florida are elected by the demo- "
or a
or lawyers, and it strikes a
respon- fayette street Concord Park.
,
No word in the human
ecently retired from crats of the state, and to them are sive chord the country over, thoughone language is
te treasurer of Ohio.A. answerable, not to the Citrus Ex- so dear to the boy as Mother, and no
would search history in vain for
Dr. George S. Park and his wife, of
influence will with
linger so long a
change. Democrats have always been
mention of a people who ever made home. Would Sioux City, la., were robbed on a Pullman
loud in their condemnation of the boy as woman ex-
of Kansas
Pierce
the rash experiment, it be added.
may car between Kissimmee and Orlando
change these forthe ballot? .
I known to the printing "robber tariff" and have always de- -- -
That nation is safest who hold law
being relieved of their ticketsto
My boy, despise not small beginnings
and treasurer clared that the republican idea of a -
cretary in highest respect and who obey froma
Chicago, bagage checks and $300in
but abhor and refrain from the
esten Type Foundry, protective tariff was wrong, and the
of than
sense respect rather fear. cash. J. A. Barclay, also of Sioux
Orlando, left yester-!vicious attacks now made upon our beginning of small things.
City, who remained in Kissimmee, accompanied
,congressmen by the exchange only THE WEATHER. Dr. Park and his wife to
shows that human nature is the
ever For NEW IDEAS in VALENTINES -
the train and went aboard with them.
[fferty and son, Dr. G. same. and that selfishness is at the Local rains Wednesday. Fair in go to Branch's Book Store. ---=Kissimmee Note in Jacksonville Me
\\io have been spending I bottom of most men's actions, regardless south portion. Warmer in northeastand tropolis.Do .

- Orlando, left yester-! of their political affiliations. : colder in extreme northwest portion The wholesale grocers in Pensacola

jgustine, en route to The Times says: I tonight Moderate, variable ]have formed a wholesale grocers' as-'
not fail to send the
lobinson, IIIClarence The unwise and pernicious expres- ,win s. :sociation. phone or '
sions to which we have alluded are Sentinel your job printing.

J. Meare, contained in the first resolution pub- :

I'll visit to Orlando, lished in The Times on yesterday ands
e follows: A.

d we hereby pledge ourselves
romise that those interested in

pendent upon the citrus indus- YOWEL L'S
the state of Florida will work -

eart, body, soul and mind to
the re-election of any sena-

member of congress of the
tates from the state of Flor-
votes for any tariff bill which GIVE AWAY SUIT =

uce the present duty upon
SAIE1-
its; and that though we have

faithfully supported the _
ic party, if the democratic FIVE DAYS
uld through its representa- ,
'ngress, pass a bill reducingon i
citrus fruits to a point
competitive' in that it doese


the difference in costs Friday Feb. 7thChoice

nd abroad, including an ,
for the difference in

tes,'
II repudiate the action of
[md will pledge ourselves of YowelF's Suit Department

rt of a party that willr

[ homes, our industries
i from the disastrous in. ABSOLUTELY
Free 1
[ported products, which I
largely dependent inIn

on the pauper labor
"

who attendedd BEAD..We have hand
[ adopted this resolu- on 82 New

ectly sincere and in- iiii

'y the not action believe thereindo that Fall Suits. These, if Low Prices will _

ized to speak for and

those who are the independent be any inducement, MUST GO NOW. -_


in Florida"S upon in any the To begin with, Every Fall Suit in


upon fathers.-d all of house, without exception, will be sold -


y may AT EXACTLY HALF PRICE. Then _
that ,

: in addition to the half price, we give


ABSOLUTELY FREE ONE SUIT.No .


matter what the price, out of every twenty suits sold,


your name and number will be registered, and at the end ofe

cpiries the drawing. The holder of the LUCKY number
k
umbers The Price of Their Suit will be Refunded. '


ith lots of cold weather ahead we present this exceptionalof


HALF PRICE and a suit free. It's up to you today

st and have choice.No suton. aPProvar laid aside



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WEALTH DISTRIBUTION.In Food StoreWhat

1 believe common that with if the all proceeds Socialists.of :. ORLANDO O BANK A & TRUST 1 A r rCapital
industry were justly distributed:! housewife has not racked her brain in an effort to decide what COMPANY
among those participating In : to have on the table? Something a little different than the regular
wealth production there wouldbe I stereotyped menu, to tickle the palate, and bring a smile and a word of
few, if any, fortunes exceeding : praise from husband. Xo necessity for perplexity any longer.. Let us I
$100,000 to legislate about.I solve the problem. and Surplus and Undivided Profits $130,000.00:
The claims made by many : For instance, how about these for tomorrow dinner?
wealthy people ho often that their : Heinz Sour Midget Gherkins 35c Resources over Three-quarters of a Million
fortunes are the result of their ,
own labors, enterprise, self denial : Select Pickled Onions 35c I i I Statement As Rendered to the Comptroller
' and thrift we Socialists gen at the Close of Business
Chili Sauce . 25c i't
erally disregard as being at variance t;,, June 30th, 1913
with easily demonstrable SPECIAL FOR IBIS WEEK ONLY : 3 Cans Tomatoes 25c W , s'
facts.ccumulations of RESOURCESBanking
private wealth will tease to require House, Furnitureand
lexblath; attention in proportion PURE FOOD STOREPhone Fixtures ..."...,..$ 25,867.37
as the sources of wealth Loans and Discounts ..... 355,58933
,
and the process of wealth production 203iimiiiMmimimmimimiiimmiiiiiimiH ,7: T C.4 Overdrafts...II....II ,.'. 83.98
saferuled the I
by
state apiin are t unearned profit Stocks and Bonds ........ 26,018.33Cash
J. G. I'hHpx" Stokes "' :r I on Hand and in Banks 254,088.11

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The Name Saratoga. $661,647.12
The original! name of Saratoga: was 1 k' LIABILITIES
"Serathtll tle." About the middle of I 9 ,. Capital .II.II....II..._.$100,000.00
Innoc rr T IT but 'x' ;
the eighteenth" century it was "Saragh- s once Surplus and Undivided
toge.; During the administration of JL Profits............... 33,889.11
Governor"LeMer
this qunint-from it was 1GSO"Sarachtoge.1Isn't :. !I Deposits II.............. 527,758.01
Upon je news yt three People should be @ I
klld at Bartel Vromana at Sarachtoge by ,"" I 661647.12 .
ye Indians- RIGHT NOW we offer two propositions on TERMS OF $10 j _
Jochim Resetted Stafts by forwith ye Contention goe with ten jt men Llcf DOWN AND $10 PER MONTH. Every young man in The officers and directors of the Orlando -
to Sarachtoge to see how ye matter Is, & Orlando should embrace this chance to begin or add to his ;; f F J '. I Bank and Trust Co. desire to
bring us an accompt with ye first & yt call the attention of its depositors and
he Cito send a Post hither with ye tide- estate.
ings. _ _ _ I '. friends and the citizens of Orlandc
Spelling reformers would he delighted ; SEMINOLE PARK LOTS to the above statement The management
with "kilil." And "ye" is shorter I of the Bank feels that this showing -
that thp." andyt". i is shorter .than On the Map Before Seminole County t.; reflects the conservative, sane andY
"that" "Goe" is expansive but 'for.with" Inside Lots $100. Corner Lots $125. 1 progressive methods employed in this
Schoolcraft!for "forthwith"thinks that is a Saratoga contraction.derived Money and six per cent interest back one year from the date financial institution. Strength begets
from the Indian words "a arat," you complete purchase if dissatisfied. confidence, and strength is no where
sparkling, and "oga.; "place.-New York displayed better by a bank than in
Press. United States Government, State and County Depository healthful
statements to its patrons.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII:1:1:2.
FIVE ACRE TRACTS
More Scientific.
"I can't get that woman to take any Near Lake Underhill. Finest grove land and finest grovesin ::::: :::::::::: : :: :::
fresh air." c'IIUlpllr\l! the young physician Orange County. Develop a grove on your monthly spare
change. PRICE S50 PER ACRE. Timber practically pa.sfor iMltilMMMMIMIMUM> I MMl
"You don't word your advice prop. clearing.
erly. said the old doctor. 'Tell her to
perambulate dally in the park taking: : sill
NO INTEREST-NO TAXES
copious inhalations of ozootWasb
ington Herald. until you own the deed: W. M. SLEMONWe

In the Near Futur. ORLANDO REAL ESTATE CO.
"You take great care not to be run
over." 1 Room 2. Watkins Block.

pedestrian's"Got to. I'm license.afraid"-Louisville I'll forfeit CourierJournal. my-I I 'Our fall GOODS In

I. ew rE ow Coming

Self conquest is the greatest victory.

COME1//1 Un P1DB fl1i NOW i ,

SEE ItJIi IIIBUUIh) ON I
sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co.
OUR SALE
made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes.

ALSO OUK Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and Towels.

I /T t T } Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co.

New Felt Hats & Co. Best place in the city to trade.


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DON'T BE AFRAIDTo .


MISSES HILTON & DUNN W. M. SLEMONS

let oour children eat Ice Cream i I
simply caution them to insist for Corsets I
upon I Agents Barclay ORANGE AVENUE

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safely send your children there FURNISHED HOUSE and 1 3acres of land, within

unattended for POINSETTIA Ice four blocks of Court House; reason for selling, partiesnot for men, women or boys. If you intend to spend the holiday out of
Cream b made from PURE returning, and same can be bought cheap. Dresses for women and girls. town do not forget these:
CREAM, thoroughly iterilued and "
Straw or felt hats or caps for man or boy. UMBRELLAS
Is SAFE. We will be pleased to have you list any propertyvith New Neckwear. PARASOLS
us that you desire to sell.
Crepe and muslin waists. RAINCOATS
IU for talc Wool and cotton dress skirts. Suit Cases, Grips or Trunks-a Complete
in your town REAL ESTATE BOUGHT AND SOLD. Balkan blouses. Line.


V.W.ESIES&CO.OIUNDO. BRITTAIN & WAYUPSTAIRS I ; Come in and pay us a visit anytime just to look around.. We feel sure you will see
I something to interest 1N..


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school 9:45
Sunday at a. m.
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f : .. :: yr' mon by Dr. Wm. Blackman, presidentof :
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l.. t. ; .. Prof. F. Dabney Carr will begin his

1..: ,"l t! .. 1 I.L_ :'t-"" ;f work with the choir and sing at themorning :

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and 7:30 p. m., by the pastor, A. Preston :
/1' Boyd. Evening topic, "The Unpopular
ATHBANK Man in the City" : k rr=

Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. : nowoso '
.a Prayer meeting on Wednesday even- :

ing at 7:30. :
All services held in Tea and Rest I
Room. 'The public is invited. :

of Orlando
ST. LUKE'S CATHEDRAL I
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Very Rev. Edgar A. Sherrod, dean. :
1893 Office hours, 11 a. m. to 12:30 p.m. I
19th Sunday after Trinity.

Services as follows:

LONG: ESTABLISHEDSAFE 7:30 a. m., Holy Communion. CHILDREN'S
a 9:30 a. m., Sunday school.

10:30 a. m., Morning prayer. EDUCATION
CONSERVATIVEACCOMMODATING 11 a. m., Holy Communion and ser-

mon. Subject, "Sunday Observance:
How much aside for their college
How Should We Keep Sunday?" are you setting

7:45 p. m., Choral evensong and lecture course?
on the History of the Christian
10 cents a day will put them through Harvard or
Church; special topic, "The Early;
'.. Church." All persons interested i in Vassar-if you deposit it with us from theirbab"hood.

\ this subject are specially invited. .
Good music morning and evening,,
and a cordial welcome for every bne A quarter of that will educate them at Rollins. IIsn't

;at all services. a college education for your baby worth a
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METHODIST CHURCH dime a day to you? .
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(At the Grand)

J. E. Wray, pastor.
Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.; C. E.
illllMlliiMIIMM Howard superintendent."A .
Vital Question," subject of pas-
FUNERAL OF BRYAN HIGGINS LUCERNE TONIGHT tor's sermon at 11 a. m.
I
This is the big night. Of courseever Anthem by the choir, "0 Savior of J

Sanford, Fla., Sept. 26.The funeral )' night is a big night, but this i is Mankind" (Nevin).

service over the body of Bryan just a little bigger than the other big Epworth League at 6:45 p. m.; J. UNITED STATES DEPOSITARYIMIiiiilMlillMIMHIIIIMHMIIMM
nights. Come to the "house of qualiity' -! Jf. Burden, president.
Higgins, the popular young engineer:
;I 'tonight and keep your "picture "Sowing and Reaping," subject of
:
who lost his life in the Atlantic Coast "
:I open, for you don't want to miss oneI pastor's sermon at 7:30 p. m. ..11..1111111.1111..11111..11.1101111111111.1..11..III..eII IIOOIO. .
Line railroad wreck near Beresfordat I feature. Program: Male quartette, "Day of Rest ,.. . M*

an early hour Tuesday morning, "An Even Exchange" . .. .American'Of (Nevin).
were held in the Catholic church Such Is the Kingdom"..Reliance Solo by Miss Johnnie Smith, "Su .1111111111111111111111.111111.111111111111111111.,111111 ntlMIMHMIIMMH
Wednesday morning, the church be- A beautiful heart interest drama. of My Soul" (Hahn).

ing filled to overflowing. The ser- "Adventurous Girl" ..... ...:Majestic Male quartette, "Songs in the
vices were conducted by Father Bres- Lucerne Orchestra program: Night" (Dudley Buck).

nahan and he was assisted by Father March, "G. A. R. Veterans"MackieBeyer.. .. Everybody most cordially invited to

Fox or'Orlando, who was the former . . . . . . .. .. all these services.
pastor. A beautiful and tender trib Overture, "The Golden Rule". .... New Fall Dress Goods '

ute was paid to the memory of this .......... ......... Nick Brown FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
young man, whose life was cut off Two-step, "The Golden Gate Com- Rev. Edward T. Poulson, D. D., I

when he seemingly had so much to mandery" .. ......... Nick Brown pastor.Mr. .
live for. He is survived by a wife Cake-walk, "The Whangdoodle".. . C. M. Tichenor, superintendentof .

and an infant of only a few weeks. ,. .. ... .. . .. . ..... Nick Brown the Sunday school; Mr. Geo. W.
His father and mother and four sis- Three-step, "The Soubrette Mazur Phillips, director of the choir; Mr. L.

ters and three brothers who live hereas ka" .... . ... .. .. ... Nick BrovnTwostep E. Tomlinson, president Young Peo

follows: Mr. and Mrs..J. C. Higgins "Dear Old Glory". . . ple's Society.

Mr. Ed Higgins, Mrs. J. L. Hurt, .. .... ... .. ... .. Nick Brown Hours of Service
Misses Annie, Lillian and Adelaide Sunday school at 9:30 a. m. Classes FIRST SHOWING OF THE NEW NOVELTY DRESS
FAVORITE THEATER
Higgins, James and Owens Higgins. TODAYA for all and well
ages equipped
3 Big Reels 3 GOODS DIRECT FROM THE BOTANY WORSTED MILL,
One sister, Mrs. J. L Stryker, lives in teachers. Our motto: "All the church
"Suspense" ..... .. .... ........ .Rex .
Pennsylvania. The floral offeringswere Dramatic. members in the Sunday school and as WHICH ASSURES OUR CUSTOMERS THAT EVERY PATTERN -
unusually numerous and "
very "Hooked" . .. ........... Cr'stalComedy. many more.
handsome, many being ordered from Public worship at 10:45 a. m. and SHOWN BY US IS THE LATEST IN STYLE QUAL-
Jacksonville and other places. The 7:30 in charge of the
music was in charge of Mrs. Fannie "The Dramatic.Wop" .. . ........ .. . Imp. Subject p.m.of morning sermon,pastor."The ITY AND DESIGN. DON'T FAIL TO MAKE AN EARLY

Munson and a quartette composed of Fearless "
"Clancy's Model" . ... .. .. . Crystal Journey. Evening subject, VISIT TO OUR DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT.
Mrs. J. K. Mettenger, Mrs. Gerow, "Lot, Mayor of Sodom."
J. D. Parker and Clarence Mahoney,I Comedy. Young People's meeting at C:30
Miss Pearl White and Chester Barnett
sang "Nearer, My God, to Thee," and p. m.
"Lead furnish the fun in the two come' IF YOU WANT TO BE UP-TO-DATE BUY YOUR SUIT
Kindly Light" in
a most beau. dies. Juniors at 3 o'clock in the after -

tiful way. The order of Elks and Matinee, 2 to 5. Night, 7 to 10. noon. .\T YOYELL'S.VE HANDLE THE FAMOUS PRENTZESS
Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineerswere This church extends its hospitalityto
Admission 5 cents to all.
largely represented at the fun- the public. Everybody most cordially GARMENTS, WHOSE STYLES ARE ABSOLUTELY CORRECT
eral and were pall bearers. The interment
"WEDDING BELLS"Dr. invited. If you have no church
was at Lake View cemetery Wray has announced that he home in this city, come and be at IN EVERY DETAIL.
when the funeral services were com- will soon begin at the Grand a seriesof home with us. Special music at all
pleted. A large number of people revival sermons on Love, Court-I the services. Attentive ushers at the

came from Orlando and other placesto ship, Marriage, the Christian Home,. doors. All seats in this church are SPECIAL"HILE THEY LAST
attend the funeral. The family Training Children, and kindred sub- free.

have the heartfelt sympathy of a host jects. Superb music. Everybodymost 1 LOT OF TURKISH AND HUCK TOWELS, REGULAR20c
of friends in this their terrible loss. cordially invited. ELIJAH WHITEHEAD PERKSUP

HIS BARBER SHOP SELLERS; SPECIAL,

i till 11111 11111 11111 11111 11111 MMMIIIIiMiilillMCadillacs
Elijah Whitehead, who is proprietor 14 cents each

: CARS T THAT T I and: of one the of the Royal best Palm"white barber man's shop nig *
; ST1SFY f 1 LOT HUCK TOWELS, REGULAR 15c SELLERS; '
: gers" in the business, is having his
: shop put in shape for the winter busi- SPECIAL,

: ness. He is putting on new wall pa
per and freshening up the facings and 11 cents each -

: scrubbing up the dingy places, and
: when he gets through with the job he
: will have a good looking shop.
and .
Old Jup made several efforts yesterday -
but Sol counted him out.

Hupmobiles ANNOUNCEMENT

Somebody has volunteered to an- N.P.YOWELLLittle
nounce my name for commissioner
under the new charter. So many have
been the requests for me to declare
myself a candidate that I deem it
Our sales on autos this season have far exceeded our duty to do so. I had no desire to my bea 1111111111111111111111.1111111111111111111111111111111.11. 1.111111111111111111,
expectations.Our candidate, but I am a firm believerin
commission government and have _ --- ---r------------ -
been an open advocate of it for years, cost-big returns-from Do it right now. Subscribe for The A want ad. in the Sentinel gives .
customers are always pleased and we take pleas- and while I do not crave the job, Sentinel want ads. Daily Sentinel I you a handshake with opportunity.
ure in referring you to any and all of them. neither will I shirk the duty. The citizens -
of Orlando know me well enoughto
know that I am not a chronic office
The supply of autos is low. You better make up your seeker nor the candidate of any clique ECONOMY
or clan. I stand for all the people and
minds and dose contract if WRIGHT
a want this
you one season.- if elected will devote all my time to &SBBD CO
the work if necessary and exercise REALTY Stretch YOUR Dollar
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economy and care. FOR REAL

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