The daily sentinel

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The daily sentinel
Uniform Title:
Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Daily South Florida sentinel
Place of Publication:
Orlando Fla
Josiah Ferris
Creation Date:
September 2, 1913
Daily (except Monday)
normalized irregular
Physical Description:
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Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )


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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,; A party of Orlando toys wo/. weht. !' Washington, S pk .-Senator' Bam I cASESLlLY[ [ RAPID HEADWAY.)" '

i '.:Uaytoaa: Beach S pndayi had a ;;chairman, of,the foreign relation! S .. ___hJ A"' :
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Lhriftihg J experiencejin the surf ,and compCtee:) conferred. more than anOT
OF, ,TWO 'COUN j jTII lour*: of them cam, so, near P 'ob v. eing,: 1f .St dday _with \SecrethryBryan, GOVERNMENT AGENTS IN PEN- $100,000 IS toss '.

It4 V} ANOTHER drowned that they consider them after fwhlch he d laIed': Mexican. ACOLA ADMIT' THEY ARE : .
Mii ,selves' fortunate wfbeing alive today. situation seemed -to. &> marking :time. :. . '. .
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iFfr4flF : -, :' The party was composed of. Carl "S'JS aj1 at I know," said the 'senator 't : .
.1 V : : *E) '" cik Allen Thomas "{he Mexican situation fs abso., VIOLAToRS 9F ACT i '
EOO LQGI .. .::it?t" .... ).. Jackson, Leslie Lang- if. PLANT OF THE V1RGINIA4AR{( .
t4TATI \, Marcus. Floyd, Arthur .New. tt,jlutely* at, a standstill No word of -- OLINA '
rJ1E . k141w f TOrangeQiixily 'coi9ihsi ners H* D. ,Ferguson. and Wm. ..Brown.' I importance has, been received from I PensacplaFl'a.., Sept. 1.-That federal _l.. WORKS .

AT: w E.VR14 }g\n.session t today:,an Jwfll takeanJtE&Vepoft They went .in a'n auto driven by Mr. Mexico City and nothing .has come:' officials. are, . investigating. white: I -. GOES- UP IN SMOKE* % ,

; ; 1 of 'the -" -auditors selected' Brown. Shortly after Jheir1 'arrival todaY.from'Mr.' Lind,.'who remains in ,siave eases wmcn are said to nave S 4 SUNDAY r .NIGHTS .
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) t Ar .T t TT ,4; by* h at"board3 f at;; their/ joint 'sessfonIdt tney were in :the water( but .hadnt vera ,Cruz. I ,do- not know- what he :come to light within the past twenty." ..1 . .. :

p4ndo fe1tee Q? irnon August tocompi1e. a ,tateeof'tieffatts been In long before .Langf ord got*intq. plans. jo do.w.Senator four hours and that, arrests will be Sanford, Sept. 1.-" The plant of tIe*

: , 'pf the two counagreement- water too dee,for him and called for Bacon said the, suggestion made within the next* forty-eight !Virginia-Carolina .Chemical company.' .

i ) _uru1Wmee, f the, ; &rd of t S"' .corduice, .'W thbe. help and Jackson, went to his .assist })y, .AIn; Lind to Senor Gamboa that hours, were the reports in circulationlast was destroyed by fire last night. The} S

last r 'lW* offices* v. ,?oii at, that .meeting'. -.t .betwee1the_ an e. By; tb.e time Jackson had' got, the administration here would use.its night and these rumors w'ere fire started. about ten,"o'clock, and had

.ut&Bra 1 ' ten'Langford on his feet Brown, was I good Offices with American bankers confirmed afterwards by "M. E. Mo* gained such J"a headway,#before the

f.# <** ery- C.i44ndthere. !: ipec d.that: the emmole in trouble and Jackson started rescue .., to encourage' i loans, to Mexico- was inno.'sense rey, special agent ofthe' department department 1 reached the t' scene that
-y ; ven6mn&nT1orina1 : 'will meet with the Of- and t of justice; who admitted, after some; i
,$ r'V' him, ,)vasjoined by FergusonThere an offer by this government tbe flames could not .be controlled
iM s.'iw call to\orderj iJ O'.xj- ange, county: :1conith1sMoners.tomor."[, was a strong tide running'and! to guarantee/any loans. .' questioning, that an: investigation is and the-entire buildjng.was L! consumed.'
4 !* 4f .I/ membwee; Pre1t ad .yr'Whelthe.. bo rd& vwill consider 'this' in' progress, but"declined to give the
: the undertow added'to proved tociiic I "Mr/ Lind meant simply that if the There were several 'explosions during .
'4 3.4umber of-.subeeta. er'e. foasseJS'fiteS therportjoint1y with i a view: 'seL- \ them for names' of theparties under surveillance '
,for although, they sue-" American proposals peace, were the fire, coming presumably from

1irt r34nd ra4nnei, hiL t19T ipgttit( ] tjie.figures that have 'been (-!@e--.-ed-- .-in'-- cp--uo petting Brown.. _n' who_;__ was- ,ira. 1 (-!ceDt. d.<" .said...-- Senator__ ..nn__ Baco_ .n <""that or any information, relative to tfic i acid chambers.: The fire was one
made, up.'byvihe'' auditors, Messrs! ,A. bad way to the end .'of the pier.: -fi ] this government, would-regard condi !the VIolation of-the, Mann law. of the largest ever witnessed in this
t 1jnIon stat1okmate1! hiI B Johnson and IL Cj; DuBose.ljf 4 and' tions I Information! baS'een given the federal [
;< JIerethey'-were: compelled to stop in Mexico so hopeful, that busijnesscoijld place, the loss being placed roughly
these 'OJand a'i eds :!there ate iany/differences': 'to b e their bodies were, badly cut by being .be safely carried and V I .officers by several'parties: : it was at, $100,000. I .

IN ( ?*p J havebe n4opt ft developed it;is .expected that' (!heyjyiU'Jbe lashedagainst- piling which w cp that, extent would: ,be glad. (ot encourage stated, of alleged violations and it -
\tW'f A'ii.i, ttbrtwwy* .' > oi4r '" theflthQpazsenger jfound) "the cO consideration, encrusted-with barnacles , bankers 'Who might make loans'to was, claimed that some of the parties "

'_ : : ionshattiipi1c 4 :which \wiji i>e :fgiyen the report today They .were finally rescued after seVeral .:' the provisional government)' involved. are quite prom nt. Pat CONSERVATION EXPO.t

,' ( by' heJta11rb1.I. was'by.the; : .. o'ards. at Uielespe tfve vain attempts by a party; of fcmen 'I American$ whol: did not wish to.ties giving: out this information

:,! :l i i J ut: Ii1y Ut41tt M !county eat$' and thaVfan'! .adjustnient who;were fishing.i A rope was secured heed the advice ,of Presideht Wilsonto claimed they' knew that certain cases OPENED AT KNOXYILLE

jz efIccommodation. 'n4 'b 'v i r wflj be arrived atin the loinVsessioji. and:'they were hauled put in; a much leave the country would .be' pro:- had( been. called to the attention of
'\' \,- and aside -Jwnithe! There is .nl, cause to' suspect that the' officers and that arrests would
._' : ; ; weakened: con4it! ionMr.. Xieorge C tected in every'posslble. way by this -
}, I ," }iftj/ {;- { : s'Fivr. : i arce iajd Lhcr '.\ tIt any diferences, 'however -{.Keller;'headed the rescue 'party, and country, said Mr.-Bacon,- 1 soon" be.made,'but Mr.,Morey.d clared [RESIDENT SENDS

t 4P5i'?:spt ?tjwat 4th l6flif f",\ ,as'ft?tie i ':Auditors" ** have done 'their I, th .1:oys, who1 returned last night Protests of,i some'Atrierican"'citizens that no immediate. arrests are. contemplated WILSON 31ESSAGEOFCOXGRATULATIOXS .

+ ter.t : all o4nm wok, .' arfuI1y,.and i it is. believed on, were warm in their praise of.the-ievel 'in-' Mexico 'that they "do- not' consider although* he anticipated t' : ..

I.( ; ;{That.a: wtheize\of Orland? sjtjt1ed'tcniukh Uie. cQ'nrary that no trouble, will eperip headed manner in wjiich )he directed they are \\n any, real danger-,in exico takingsome1' such' action within two AS BIG SHOW BEGINS

t f, t v -' .betrp 1.. t. .tr.eaJltieAt..;:4. ced;in, settling .according' ,to jtiie rescue. Otbers'who helped togettjhe and'therefore not wish to abandon or three days, provided the investigations -. :.Knpxyille, Tenn., Sept. l.The first ,

J 1:.;. m.erai1rds. Ulan .t..n_ 119.Je' Ihei' }"figures tthat have been ,furijishedbjthiL4 } ladj ashore ,were Mes5{ .. ?t\. [ i homes ,or ,|).ui, esthere.tiL- | now,bemg made,. bow violationsof'th1aw. : National, Conservation, exposition. was
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!"t.\... ;. ,"i i1' '","( .-ty"i. it ''t e.cone; t9'cI .., : k'f :. M---v > J Crossley, Charles_ ',Bumby/Leonard.tth I l! r' in... 'The government. is taking "-,>. : formally opened here today. Organized -

? i.} op1nIn1 .IJ yr.S' suged. thaa Thdrnton: Victor Green. Marcus no action in that phase., It is 'considered "As far as the Heinbergt case. is labor, joined with exposition officials t-

l1tJ\;'. s ??,1Diih, : be \ ed"w n : .1 1 1IJ11S Floyd, of'Orlando! and Captain Whije here that they- 'have the right'I to concerned. the investigation is' at an in 'th$ day's program, which in-
"" < tr l. ,WaI! ) < wre tAMPA$! SnARE OF end," said the special, agentt "but as
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'nowk .... of, 'D,ytona Beach. Ferguson, leave .Mexico or :stay, just as they, eluded a celebration bbth of Labor
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J : statioii'( ," \ and Brown were taken; to the > %toose. :. .' , a result-of th'at inyestig tion and the day ,and of the opening of the expo
"/' '\:i'il*Vfk OO *i'd '"tst; said to awit t' tfi Vl4-Ab I. f S3 OOOO; Seaside. Innr where' they- were, given 'Chairman, Flood .of' tle house for- publicity given the same bi t 4aily sition.. *v '

41and.Iz'IMt' ; lity.ii ii r a&tatlonigwthoSt the medical altention need. affairs press; other matters, both jn and out President
jhah.ey eigH; : committee! today submit Woodro\y Wilson, throilgK
: b .J put ,nce ityp'fTrJ ff j" of this city, have, been 'caned! to the *
: ed, \". \ -j: teL to. Secretary, Bryan'letters' from'a a wireless. em'es age extending 'con, .
; i.i iiii iI suchtjnhe1tCoastL1ne i THREE :XATION.AL BANKS yhHANDLETHAT 1L; I.;; All ,.the party.:returned yt rday,]1'' largesugar, companyin: yera Cruz, jattentfon: of the department justice ' ratulations and/expresging heartyr
# .i'Y 1ive o\ 1t which d to be investigated."We t
>P9RTION OF I'with; the' .exception of.Langf ord and' asking tor, whom its :'property Should nfe sympathy with, the undertaking, , formally -.,
f .r.r e nW i Sea1dtit; .} J I l Brown .. The latter. was so badlywoucd i iI entrusted if President'Wilson's ad1 'are .not actuated by ,a thirst opened the exposition.
.. :: he. ra11rdconmissiQ.shpuld / *.. ',: ; 1 1iI I k. by the barnacles. V that :>-he i iI Vice to all Americans' tp -get.. out., of for ,blood or a" desire to persecute,:i Gov. B: W. Hopper# and Mayor-S.
tI n iS biedt2t ,CROPS and,if other arrests follow it' will be
t ; ) :: I. .'. '" I Icouldf I 'not, travel arid Langford remained I % .'.were to be'followed: The letter : G. Heiskell welcomed the exposition
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{'1f; reJw, i.-T !mpa's share-- of:I| / to: (take car, oi" him.- Bob:| -stated that the ',comp ny's plaht'cpst because of a deliberate' transgression officials i and visitors for'the state and

-tUf:: th ,ai rO&dS'i tllg. \\tt; q e Jn. t1k*" government,+ appropriation i ofwhih 'I jMagruder.'expected'.to go",,down last $l,590,OOO;' that i if hacl a: growing i of..' the law. ; city. Both predicted great ducation- I

3" e'jpositii.. f ft- .l '. Mt: %ith* ' t if" 1'
: 1iJj j P" tii !f.l 3SO/O t- eeordng to a-, dispatch ref today... ' .- ,' l ,I those in charge left Mexico, valuable )Ir. Morey"we can be no respecter 'The exposition will, continue until

'I ,tor 'iV" ireidB&hP14 f' b I. 1 ':t or'Ii I.o;:Y : f rdra,'WaShingt6icashier. \ The boys.ho' returned 'reported: [1'pl'opert' would be ,at the mercy .of. .of'per ns.but must pave the November 1. : ,

.1=*, meettofea)4\ 'i y, 'f1 "" f ;of, the. Chat 'a Mr. G oding, of TieLand,. one. r 'd't s. ,' .;:, iBASEBALL highways eyen,,though it necessitatesthe i
by thresident\o t .pfe amountisfdivi : removal, ,ofc, a landmark'f. .
qtied , !.ba This! of tne" best swimmers at the ; FOUR KILLED IN -ATIEI J:.!' "
42etiM ngb c i f.ij\thubect !; >mftig three nalionai "
:: was 'carried/arv: out by -ijhe jjudertow RES.ULTS IN 'THE BIG : TO SAVE NEGRk6BOY.
i': J ;w 4bken 1fi fU t: )banks? fume.'ln a'mor ma"\\-a ,.l i; 1; 4 LEAGUED! OSlR'TRAIN WILL! A'.JX'Special
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: n ;; 1t" .. i .. ; 'ExchangeNatiQn_ llach, irom .the point at which''WKa! t, ul aWng> lInema; ilted ) '$100JW and* the. Ain riani4atio I '
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;;' ,,r......' In..... .... I .f. \. Itl F;.,', ai;T angsioqoop: ;- t t. Mrs.*'CUXi Larson,,,.of' Orlando'! ,1." vNationaV-League Results;', LEAVE IN KOYEMBERMORE were ,killed, .today. wh n,four ca'rV\ collided -
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: '. it', { : "l ,TllETHEI. : ti Tk'' fie .apprppnation for ,the 1: was, alsa' th?-i yctim< ofa' ,painful( acid t ,N4ew York; 2{ Boston, 1. ' ', 'here ia.ill'auto race. While'.the

t1; flotid: xeera1Iy J liJre! ste df/Borid uVof t the; $50,000-'\ nt'n the .water 'yesterday- ol\5 Brooklyn, 2i; PhDadelphia, i 3i \ty, -.'TIME TO, BE GIVEN FOB, race was* in progress. a negca boy*. 'Vi attempted -

rtoi tiTues&iy' :000. .a t> opri ation. pf| 'g' yernmen, !\ her Trnees: beihg .injured so. that. she innings)'. ; ; ?" 'PREPARING I t. ,EXHIBITS. OP ., to to crops',. the. trac '..-when;

4jnesdatc. f.f.'t' ift\\\T:=,} ,fun$ for' thisfpurpose' !is ?1,150,000:,r was ,unable to walk. ., V I ,:-'St.-Louis, 1-2; Chicago, 2-2;; (.see.daneS .: -- ----- --,--'------ ...' Donovan[ the driver oVa: Studebaker .
\ \: 'showing that Tampa" receivesjts ihircmadf' : $ JfLUKlUA; COUNTIESSecretary I '
These Several will ba-l '
( mishap's pr : i innings, dar.krlessl): (:ar, 'swerved from his course. to, avoid
hj othintiiL bis ney1t 4y' a 'demand for' i life sav-|. "' American, league. Results' -. Stevenson of the St. Augustine I runirigtheboy'do'wn.! The machine

irnmediatrsvaila't .. f the1crop3rwtltFIoIda .ng: apparatus at Daytona lleac . :Boston I ; NeW York3. Board )>t Trade and a',representative ,eras.traveling fifty" njilel an hour ind '

C .. ( "Detroit, .O-5i StT Louis, 5-2. of the industrial department. crashed,. into. a, fence near the course.
/ of..the Seaboard Air Line'were an the # t
---i4 -t: -- Cleveland, 7; Chi agd-O.- i the pthec" cars followed closely and
TSU"" ?)' .31 c-I EXAMINATIONS BEGlN AT, Philadelphia} ,\ ..:5. city' Saturday night nand fconferreS ;piled -up-on the first 'car, causing a

Mo: an1pa nks r ceMng'thisdktwi1I [ -cb .*.* Southern League;Resalt t,( JNVshville with several of the officials qfs.the: ]mass of wreck ge.'and the death of

1 (jj H expected to,'extehj.* tp PUBLi&'SCUOOLS TODAY '..4 '3-il; Memphis! 'l: \ ..J,i Orlando Board '?! Trade. in regard to j four. men.

baks 'io; smaller towns j-- *-* : J.'ti1: r: Chattanooga-; :Mobil l -S-S" paving, an ,exhibit. on the "bpQs ei.
eoniodation aa Inayb1ek conittntt : j special" which Is toAeave Fjorijja'fpr
t Montgomery O.
t hservative ,prinL '. ... ...:-:..f.. I -tlanta 6-4 New; Orleans Birminghara 0cl.J : . nortbfrn'points in. ember. :: iNSURANCE
F"v ilKiiCi"5'r $ f R, LICENSE' TO ; [ MAN
; : banking, and in all cases"4hejjatnotnt "' TJ :;South Atlantic tLeagie! ,ResultsMacpni The train hadtbeen advertised to
bf interest charg4sIi A4JLL UNDERGO TEST :,1 W Jacksonyilfe leave September: '2f but the"men,Jin
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: % s'; 'iL.-!* *J "-' : ,Of >,UNtiER-L' ,* UPT. McKINNON-,- j i Charleston, 2-0; Savannah'1' 0-p. ..'s4klbny charge: of the enterprise 1 have C9meto KILLS:' PHYSICIAN

tv W&ilSept1..Ii : : ; heT ri ual r jni.ation Of applti ;. ; 3-7; Cotunbis,. 1.5.i.'' : the, conclusion that it .would- be .

$tatement1ji' (if jpiic i/m uji ui viic gw>'ernitinr. Carolina League- Results i much, better to make the1 date later -

faaKjji the'epbsit' f :.these govern il1btodayatthe-.: ; .school1.t' :",,Vinstongalen, 7; Grensboro. (. ,I and secure the representation of
: A :_ At counties. 'T) it this is'thE!.'Wiser IN STATEJIENT TO POLICE SAID
kkni;} ; 'bpA'lwhlte, and Colored... .'Chajlotte, |-3: ; Asheville, 3-2. : more .
tUa # c.s iiwnnleildenttJv'F.' -McKinnqn- has.' ***Djir1iarn* *.t6rR leigh3.L- plan is proved' by the fact that the .T to DQCTOR, HAD INSULTED/
*t* '-*" fcIV1*' "* Orlando boar is
> }i] becoming interestedin
F 5' 'jnao for . WIFE AND KILLED .
iaUJpreparations :conductingthVex4nunations ;;;. , / S
tt *- ,, the-project now, and had not paid 'I .
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: 'acordan.c1 attention to, it!; The ,. .
onk ifi. = any probability ;
_ the;regulations as issued y the feCatesupeirintehdent :) .' ,TELVEROUMi. DRAW
f iegiiI : ,i __'. ig4"that Orlando .will sbe' representedon
Tie : nati atiSotiichooTs "
'JncT [ exa.xn ns }4 : Special to Tie Sentinel.
rs othe.oitry etpeer . vnt!- eciptint 'aUE ; 'will. Jbeoihder'the super:: 5 \LjJ Thi Sentlnedr: 0 the trafn. t. Cairo, Ill., Sept. L-: Dr. E. E. Gordon
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4 illulted.iiior. t r : I wasiTepresented; that; cost to
Vancouver B. C. 1LachC
rvfsio uperintenae4 :McKinn n. , Sept 4" forty years of age and a prominent .
Qweathsen ; r but he'it 'b .sistedy MLss5Mir of New York,ana FratkBarrietwelve each board wouldbeonly'lOO, and in '
*kRRtL1 : .. physician of this place, was shot
of: the 'opinion of some of the 'members
;ii frevb vnll.have'immediatecharge fought. round, draw. here this, and killed by Harvey R. Field, twen-
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it worth
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.'a tlje wbiteschool,ind, Prof., afternoon r *
and insurance
ty.five an, solicitor
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$ J--W sImnion .who 'jvill overIooschooL : 'ps1.J '
; ; !... $,; r ; the physician approached the entrance
: J, - "i **7MCd1HJH"', rangQ Y3t' \ ,-negro.' ?. > y WOL'GASr. : ;: DEFEATED- 'v GENEVA*"." ,5I1NSTRELS IN to St. Mary's hospital here late to
'i >ics siden f! tMWtt&i'coMMiw t!"" .' II)I / ORLANDO TONIGHTThe
M 1n_ &4ii2ib_ M.. It: e.-F9"p ct was that the number IN,' TEN-- ROUND. BOU1I f day. After the shooting Fields sur

i. (_.. acrw .WWJ iftfmiiy* >!: p J Ucanis would be less than] '- Geneva Minstrels will be the rendered. In a'statement to the police

m -aw.w DUiguu ''uswi t-Applicants w'ere. notified..: I S tc 'f4 The Sentinet; .1 attraption. at 'the Lucerne tonight he said that the physician had insulted -

appear with writing.niaterials and I Oa'kland" Cal;, S'jt. i.-Loe .Aze-. The "performance will begin promptly hit! wife. ,He said also that it

j::. 'e:trees':wU'begm, IH; dtheaccessories'that might'! 'be, need: vedo was atardecftbe: decision. .'oyei r at 8 ':o'clock, the pictures at 7:30.: was due to" the' carelessness of the

*& h Jt tJ' l ri'AjiA* -- -yV-*'"' s JY I ledr.durinj- thexathinati- ri', "The lik&. former hghtwe1ghfdianipipn'A4; i \ The minstrels, promise, an evening of! physician in aii operation that he had
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: frofq nt4Isi 4vrft1 U od Is,that. the examination. will tw gast jn'a' tea'fropnd:i uthere, thL I rare, fun, and it winno' doubt be well performed on Jusjnother that she had

i : ebtL ; - f extended. through C- .: afternoon. i:', i' / 'T :r? *;:1. worth while, to attend died.. <
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ANNUAL MEETING! |F AMER. Winkle slumber? It is because you II-

1 ICAN BAH ISSOCIATION are too attentive.It .
isn't because the air is bad, the
.f y Special to The Sentinel 3 sermon stupid or anything of tht t = ,
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hereis kind. The more faithful and zealous
Montreal Aug. 30 -fevery one
expectantly awaiting arrival of you are, the sleepier you can get. BUSINESS CbLLiE

4 Viscount Haldane, brdrhigh chancellor The reason is that you gaze too hardat ,: '. I,
of Great Britain, ;yho journeyed the preacher and hypnotize )'our- I _
self. You are so attentive that you I .
across the ocean to,*ttnd.the annual! :
Bar associa- get yourself in an unnatural state
meeting of the America COURSES "
tion here on Monday.:.Many distin- and then suddenly you find that you MODERN : INfi
in this are hopelessly sleepy and can not remember ,
guished lawyers arc l.ready a.
city, awaiting the call :I order. Prin- what you have heard. :. Single and Double Entry Bo ikeepin f : or, 'a
cipal interest, however*centers about "In the early part of the service : poration Bookkeeping, linking, S nd, i
< former President Tsft who is to- be the professor says, "there is variety, :
among the speakers;r Chief Justice singing, reading and so forthbutthe Typewriting, Penmanship, Ceramet' 3 w,

White of the United States supreme sermon itself is utterly unbroken. Commercial Arithmetic Spelling. .i ill I
Your head and body are in one position i- i ., t-t I.
court, who will introduce Lord Hal- Branches of Civil Senice. ..
dane; Maitre Fern n Labori, the your eyes are fastened on one t ,.( .' .
famous French advocate, who defended point, all conditions perfectly favor- '..
Captain Dreyfus'':and Attorney able for self-hypnotism. ,
General McReynolds., ;f' the United. Apparently from the trend of the Arl rI i -- -
States. professor's remarks the only conclusion -; Experienced Teachers ,a Charge'r""

g' Lord Haldane will arrive in a special we can draw is that, as the more Brown & Lartiue' Granted and Position Se ured I., i;.
attentive one is the less he hears, it I .
train furnished b:; the Canadian ; I
government Arrangements have would really pay one to give less attention : ates. ,x r
more.-Savannah r.
been completed to zersive him, and and learn. Patronize Home Inst r .
Morning News. S
undoubtedly hs will b: given an enthusiastic I _----'L-'
greeting. ;n his arrivalhe i
will be conducted tj his hotel by "Florida is the American home of i) For Prices and Te;. the reception commit !e, which'will the grapefruit," says the St. Cloud :'
have escorted him lyre from New Tribune. "It grows to its fullest per-I "

York.'On:Monday. Lord .Isldane will address fection only the favorite in this state.breakfast It is appetizer becoming --i :. See Hem i in Winnow dBEAD ; ml lmlli ti [ ,i

the American*Jar associationat of the nation.." The Tribune I II > ,
the Princess theater The morning tells, as is well known, that grapefruit . 'i .".,...'. ,.
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1itgm was little known a few years I
session of the assoc : will be heldat n'Il:
the Royal Victoria: |college, where ago and that the demand. is far ahead I I, HAND BUILDING : QRLIIIO! FIB
the Right Honorable: Robert L Borden :- of the supply. "Samples of grapefruit -, ,
prime minister <" Canada, will have been brought to St. Cloud I t.I.I.t :. :.
deliver the address of\;elcome. Pres- from neighboring towns that measured : . ------.L:: : =
ican ident Bar Frank association B. Kellogg, ill, of speak the Amer-upon around,fifteen large enough to seventeen for twentysixto inches THE NTI INTHE i NEI\ : ttt ; ;;.I; -'it-- .

the "Treaty Making ?Power." Mr. fill a box." The Tribune doesn't I ,.." "-
Kellogg went to London to extend to give grapefruit its full due, for be- '
Lord Haldane in perso i the invitationof sides being the most delicious of all : afia ss''s
the association.: r breakfast fruits it is one of the most 'II' .

Kellogg Following the the nomination addrf of and President election healthful is to and the the effect testimony that a of day thousands be.- Six-room, Bath and Pantry Modern house. One Block
gun with half of a Florida grapefruit See llr N wV\ im r Felt lt KRIS t
of council members will will be elected be Jrf;de and, the then general the will. very rarely be one upon which from and in view of Lake Lucerne. Two blocks from

reports of the secre-Ury, treasurer I the doctor need be called. The' general station, east side of Atlantic Coast' Line Railroad. Lot %

8 and executive committee. will be heard, use of grapefruit means better iooxU2 feet, shaded on west by Camphor trees, on
; digestion and healthier, heartier peo- Banding
and be discussed. south Oaks.. ,Nice
.... ple.-.T. U. Short Talks. by 50 bearing Grape
':- fruit and Oranges and 100 youngEr trees; also English

; win WE GO TO News comes from Jacksonville that I \Walnuts Guavas Pecans.Bananas, and Pineapples
SLEEP: IN CHURCH i the work of hard surfacing the John AT REDUCED PRICES 40 Acres
-. bearing. heavy ptnegcfl.and, northwest
r teen completed. This stretch of one
Do you know why ;ermons make and a half miles now brings the roadto side Lake Barton.
you sleepy? Because:you hypnotize within four miles of the county
yourself, says a German professor. line. The county commissioners are } EAIILTO\ & MM
Have you ever wond*ed why it is contemplating making temporary repairs -
that' you do get so sleepy in church, upon the remaining few milesin Apply "Sentinel" Office
that you sometimes Chink you are order that the road may be used Agents for Barclay Corsets I IIIIIDI.IC.)4IIJI31.
going straight off infc. )' a Rip Van this winter by automobiles. ; .I ; tt .9 .Ot 13alll.

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of Impalpable cosmic dust It llttllllMMMIIIiMHIIIiKtilllMtHtiMttllHI
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Of women, wine, and joyful song, Therefore every youthful heavenly

there always was enoughSo body is Increasing in sie. But on the
ONt A Lou1sE[ we basked in tLirk-eyed glancesand other hand every old and wnrnoutstar THE MARKET

. reverse the pr VH"* and Instead of ,
downed the sparkling wine,
gathering in new supplies dischargesIts Au
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: r end the Of Cleanliness Of Quality
ROBERT VAN; BIJSKI1tK TELLS we went another time. star Is utterly disintegrated and dissolved
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OF CRUISE THAT. c.1'ffl|: CLASS At last, after about a week's stayin reassembles somewhere primeval on fie outskirts FRESH AND SALT MEATS

HAD. 'ON BATTLESHIPILLINOIS. . this garden spot, the ship was of si'ace where a new star I is or D
J ." :I IA headed homeward, and all the hearts ganlzed This paces of tearing down FISH AND GAME

.If. .. .- ... were glad, for after all the many old worlds and rebuilding new ones
-f wonderful experiences of things done, goes on iHTpetually Some of the forces Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
(By RolKt1:Vail Buskirk)
there is no place like to good old which nature employs for this work

trip' to Europe-on.ore of Uncle I U. S. A. are tionKmxii Iteht. electric currents and grunts LEARN' ABOUTour Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
City Star
Sam's battleships 'isanexperience' ,. :> The country is not nearly so pretty, and pure.
worth having, especially'' *after a long, the women nearly so beautiful or the His Master's Politics. quality confections by a trial .

hard year at the naval academy is a men so good looking as in the United During: a general election in Englanda of a pound box of our We invite, inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have

"plebe." Howeverbefore shoeingoff States.. ; canvasser willed at the> house of the CHOCOLATESBOX everything in the Meat Line. I

all the cares,and' ""worries off:the About half way across'coming late Professor Fronde, the historian.Mr BOXSA

aforesaid plebe are'\'wiped rout by*the back, a small. storm hit the ship and Fronde was out. so the canvasser
had to content himself with Interrogating "pointer" for the
smiles of the Junk:'girl\fcd the une made things interesting for a day or person wantingthe I The PARLOR MARKET
,. the butler,as to how Mr Froude" best at a reasonable price-the
ball, 'which ends the: academic tear. two. The rest of the return voyagewas would vote The butler-an old serv- utmost
purity and deliciousness.
The 'next day all bands!! e>ecibarked on on a sea of glass. On the ants who understood his master well-

the ship for the, 'summer practice rival of the ship at Hampton ar-J I replied: -When the Liberals I is in Mr.'rondr hapes Daintily: and packed variety and of flnors.BUff'S in the. original a M. Self & Co.
b sometimes a Conservative.
cruise. This, years the ;youngsters. Va., there was one day's target
(third class) embarked on the: U. tice, and the middies really did hit When the Conservatives Is in. Mr. 18-20 PINE STREET
Youde Is always a Liberal"
S. S. Illinois for cruise: in, foreign the target. After this the ship ran Kandy KitchenOur
waters. Early Sunday; morning, up the bay to Annapolis, where the A Cynical Selection.At Phone No. 80

June 8, they got under way down:the glad hearted "mids" quickly made a -book dinner" at which the

Chesapeake and out into the Atlantic.: themselves scarce in the direction of guests were asked to wear clothes suggestive job department is equippedwith illlllMIIMIMIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIMIIMUnlus

The weather was rather :misty ;and their homes. And once again the of the title of a popular book up-to-date faces of type, modern

the sea choppy, and of co rse it gas cruise song expresses well the: a certain nobleman appeared carryinga machinery and competent workmen,

in order for a part of tie" partji to thoughts of all the middies for their petticoat over his arm. The title and prepared to turn out beautifuland Lot Job
be was suggesting was "Life's Handi artistic work. Estimates fur- lure on Printing
feed' the fishes. There \vere about officers, who made the cruise the big- ('ap!"-Londun Opinion. nished and satisfaction guaranteed. jOur

226 "middies" aboard, over half of gest success in years:

whom had never,seen saltwater. until Generous.
their arrival at Annapolis? The regular "So it's can the noise in Illinois, the Father visiting at C"olleet-1y son '+m++\\\\" "
youngsters want to sleep
routine of the cruise was :not these are better cigars tnis 1 can af
And smooth the bounding billows ford. Son-That's all right father.
broken until the Azores inlands were HlliniltMIMMMMIIHi
from the surface of the deep, Take all you want This is on me.- em\\\uummmmm'IO.W.'! Lbiii ttliHtlOMUilMIMMIHt fQ
( reached, about ten days out, and then Exchange.We .
It's all down but ten, but we'd ship
only by a large ground swell which again with'joy, 1111. . .,. . .
caused the ship to roll from about learn wisdom from failure more 1111111111111114
For the cruise of nineteen-sixteen on than from 8ucees.V .
seventeen twenty degrees, the biggest often discover
the good ship Illinois." what will do by finding out what will
ones always seemed to come justas
not do.-Samuel Smiles.
we were at mess and then caused A
the ship to roll and upset=the tables When the Bugle Was a Gong.

and slide the dishes into the laps of When John E. Willie, formerly chief J. C. ANNO
of the secret servlt. was he
the unsuspecting middies. Having
served with distinction among the border 'iimi Gas
passed over the high seas safely an- e
fighters of the \veM In their raidson The Boys' Clothier
other danger was encountered in the bands of insurgent Indians and cattle _
form of fogs off the English coast rustlerx. :
and in the channel This danger has On one mvjHon.: atvordin to Mr. 45 W. Church StreetMMHtniMMiMIIIMM FOR

alleviated by the blowing of a fog Wilkie. the | on which he was : 1 lf{ 1'

whistle every minute. It made travel serving ran out of available" horses -
and ran horses! had to tx forced intocointni.sMou 14. -
safe but sleep was impossible. 'How- .
all These animals were ULicciKstomed ; : You WILL SAVE MONEY ;:
ever, as things must end, so the f to any romuiand other Number 187
voyage across ended at Antwerp, xm than that of th. car bell and refusedto
| ; By Getting on your
the Sheldt river in Belgium, July 23. obey the customary bugle; calls' Brick and Stone Work $14.00 Number 52$20.00What
The in the Accordingly the posse found it necessary
people were very Before Building. kind of a coal or wood range could you get for $14.00 or $2000? But then, you can't
to a large which
much interested in the :ship. and pn-ure gong Phone or Write: : compare these neat and handy ranges to coal or wood stoves, because a Gas Range is a coal
swarmed about by the hundreds \to was struck owe for the troop to top' stove with a college education." A Gas Range doesn't radiate heat through all four sides to heat
; and twice for lUto advance In thismanner Brick the kitchen and waste fuel all the is used where it is needed and there
see the American battle ''boat," Us Acme and : up heat is always just
they kept fairly; good order. j the amount you want. Neither do you have to "lug" coal or wood for a Gas Range-just twist
they called it. The day after the Arrival One of the company a bit of a i StoneVor s I the wrist and strike a match. ORLANDO WATER AND LIGHT CO., Gas Department.
of the ship in the Belgian! city wag composed a parody on "Birlrara

the midshipmen were granted lea:e Frietcbie.! a portion of which ran: : MAITLAND, FLORIDA ttIIIICOIIC5Iel'DtlllmSIOQlle 'lltOlell"J OIJIICDI .

of six days to go where they would. "Who touches a hair of yon gray head CHAS. A. DALLAS, Prop. ct...,. C I 0 I" I' Q II 0-111 = Q I1I1IIII ; H II e I+ Q lit t ;r0i4bii4i S4 .
Dies like a dog: Dingdinghe said 111'1'8Ita'O OI& ;
Most of them went to the gay city of -\'outb. Companion.

Paris, and everybody had a good time -- -

there, which is best described by this The Nelson Golden Cenotaph.One 11II H 0++; " ; I' ,.., . , e t+\? 0 0 5 14 .******** w I i frHmmi9ff .
verse of the cruise song: : of the most valuable relics or .tt'i.llil. .IIIIIIIIQ.II.IIIIIIIIIDall llllait 'II..lel .IIII. .

Nelson in existent is a small golden
"Of all the tales of summer joy
cenotaph constructed tu the order oAlexander
upon the briny sea, ; t Darixon. the array contractor. ELI asi

The' one that lingers longest. is the who made Nelson's acquaintance at i A

trip to Gay Paree; Quebec in ITS and thenceforward un

Where champagne flowed like water til Ills death remained on the closest
terms vf intimacy, with him This
the night was turned to + t7c.Y'
'enotapb! was cast in the form of a f
day, pyramid out of the Hjrhty-four guinea ?,gyp Ms We always have special prices, but we
And the real hud s
only regret we we found afterehnii! s death in his escritoire -

had to go away." on lx ard the rktury.rllpo do net have any sales. ;

Returning from Paris a good manv Onvixou came to grief it was sold t>j

of the fellows stopped at Brussels,' auctions together with some other Ne Our plan is to take the money it would' ,

which is of the cities son reli-x. of \vhi'a: the most interest
one prettiist '
of Europe. Antwerp is lot.g to be lug was a immature of laude Hamilton cost to make a sale, and put it into Real '
with A lock or net hair at the li.uL This book tells how everybodypays
remembered by ail the mid;hipm;o. taken from his murk after be received Bargains, such as will be to our custom-
and whether or not they
The people of the city left: nothing his death wound In April. ISi'l. the ,

to be done. They opened all the cenotaph was announced for sale by a are entitled to credit. ers' advantage. '

parks and museums, they gave: dinnerS Pall Mall dealer hut where" it is now 't

banquets, and as before a verseo appears difficult to disc'O\'er.-LondllD ORLANDO BUSINESS MEN'S We mention a few articles that will goat ; ':.

( the cruise song will tell it: Graphic. ASSOCIATION '.J
reduced prices :
"Oh, it's lay below and get your blues The Dog Was Going Fast.A .

and spruce up neat, Maine man tells a story of a friend Illttlllllllel 'IOIII '.. Regular $ 2.50 and $3.00 White Pique
And do your best, my jolly lad, of his in the west who was induced bya ,.

there's a banquet there:to pat,. stranger to buy what was claimed or I EVERYTHING Skirts at $1.74. '
And all the bloods of the latter to be the best wolf dog in t

gathered there tonight Antwerp, have the (country: A few days later the man I -IN1 t Regular $1.50 and $ 2.00 White Skirts .
took hU new purchase and started out ; :
To see us keep four glasses dry and early in the" morning to try him out. y i : at 96 Cents. "

keep from getting tight." The dog soon puked up the" scent am" FEEDFOR ..

After staying Antwerp a day started off. the man following; on hors 1 I, A new line of Shirt Waists and Balkan
back The dog was soon out of sigtt .
longer had been expected, the ,t,
but the man could hear him bark occasionally Blouses from 46 Cents up. .
ship_.put out for the shores of sunny and followed on. AIJ.utnOOD I i '

Spain. Yigo was the first port he met another man coming f"IID 25 Per Cent off on Shoes. '

stopped at, but there was nothing the opposite direction and 'Inquire 1 If t
there to interest fc. "middy" vho had be had seen a wolf and a dog
been to Paris, and after a few days where to which the man replied tb i'I

the ship headed out for Cadiz dowr- be bad.

the inland.go coast.went to While Seville Here to at see a these leave pretty the places was bull little;grantedto ; everybody the him"And-Well"r' correctly answered"Was were the they the the" dog dog going other.nearly was?""If quc Just oo 1'ried remember to a-I 1 The Grain Man. I. H. Kallilell r'' N w Y rK Baraill r[ StoreOrlalluloN' ll[

These ,relics of barbarism were novel trifle abead"-Unrper' Magazine. Church Street, Phone 18 II

but not much I llllllllllllrlllll>'IID.IIIIII181.111111I.I..I.IO.I.I..I..I .
very enjo'edby the Choi Boys of Grace Church. +n ..1'1"vn'YV'. M . ,;'K +< 1118 i i 81 H11 IIII . III 0 I ft I VVu II111II . II 8 G . . 0 I)tt
middies. The next port was':Gibral. I
I From 100 to 300 boys with voices are
tar the British in 1 k i
stronghold the
always waiting to be admitted to the i
Mediterranean. Here most everybody choir of Grace church New York. Itlll..IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.1II.III CI.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIII..

proceeded to get "done" by the They are enrolled thirty or mere at a WELCOME TO

Hindu shopkeepers. One da while time and come from all 'over the nouns 1 '
) t ccessories at [coDofflicIa Prices
Stylish an eCU cea a are an
there the middies chartered a small j I try. Practically every one lives at ROYAL PAM\
1 tbe school for nine months of the year.
steamer and crossed the straits to
the Churchman. The boy's family -
says ,.
Tangier. The little city is on, of the, I
] find his books and clothing. Grace BARBER SHOP
I M Suits for men, women or boys. If you intend to spend the holiday out of
most cosmopolitan in the world. Thereare ", church does tbe rest-boards him
Dresses for and girls. town do not forget these
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people there from almost every i i teaches him and employs In Its
country in the world. The trip was* choir nntll he tm outgrown the sere Modern and Complete. Straw or felt hats or caps for man or boy. UMBRELLAS

made more exciting by the fact that| Ice. The choir boy .Is unpaid and ail Everything new, individual New Neckwear. PARASOLS
4 money earned by him from musical engagements electric attachments at every Crepe and muslin waists. RAINCOATS
,around the city the natives ate continually
fighting, the Spanish. Three i} until be earns Is kept his honorable by the choirmaster discharge chair. No stone has been left Wool and cotton dress skirts. Suit Cases, Grips or Trunks a Complete
unturned to make this shop Balkan blouses. Line.
days out from Gibraltar are the Madeira Parents must sign an agreement thattb
meet th erequirements of the
islands. Funchal, on Madeira, (>ir hors shall not be withdrawn I

was the place where the rtudhooks frnm the school.are a The correct only ear musical and:the rejrements most room. particular.Courteous attendants.Plenty of Ccme in and pay us a visit anytime justto look around.. We feel sure yw will see

Funchal and,surrounding something to interest .
were dropped. iif a good and powerful voice. yet.IB. .
country was the prettiest place ELIJAH WHITEHEAD,

touched at ,on the cruise, and again "P1\ Conflict of the Start.. Proprietor. ) SALOMON ORLANDO

referring '.,to the/cruise'song'a good r F.T y\. caning -
idea of;the:placlWbe'gaifre'red. : '!*."K'11,..others. to*itself*!quantities iiiiiiiimiiimiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiii i HIIMIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIM
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DAILY GILCHRIST'S ANNOUNCEMENTFormer I nominee. We would advise all and AX INVITATION IMtM . ....... II.i
r singular the voters of the state to
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read the primary law before it becomes You
Governor Albert W. Gil are cordially invited to assistin

MORNING AND WEEKLY christ wired the Tampa Tribune from I time to exercise the franchise I making the Morning Sentinel an FACTORY SECONDS

JOSIAH FERRIS, Editor and Owner :Colorado Springs, where he was in at under it, for the system has been interesting newspaper, by helping us

----- - tendance upon the convention of governors revolutionized and there are going to secure all the news obtainable.,Whenever
Entered at the poatoffwe at Orlando, Florida -
u Second Gut Mail Matter.SUBSCRIPTION that he would be a candidate be some great surprises when the results you hear of anything of an interesting NEW LOT JUST RECEIVED
RATES for the United States senatorship; of the first election under its nature, just jot it down, or, I

against Senator Fletcher and John N; provisions are declared. if too busy to write, call the office THEY LOOK JUST AS GOODS

THE DAILY SENTINELOne C. Stockton. *. o by telephone and a fleet-footed reporter THE

Year .................. ...$5.00 This announcement was sufficientto MONTANA LAND will respond. In no other way GUARANTEED CASINGS,

Six Months .r. ................ 2.50 set at rest the speculation as to SALES COMMENCE can we get next to all that is goingon. AND WITH DUE CARE WILL

Three Months;: ................ 1-25 whether the former governor would i We will appreciate the favor.
Opening of Fort Peck Reservation GIVE THE FULL GUARANTEED
be a candidate, but it was not unex
By news carriw in Orlando 50 cents per Marks Last of Big Agricultural .
month. Daily add Sunday. pected.. In fact, the Punta Gorda Lands The fate of Dr. William J. Cole, of MILEAGE, AND COST YOU \

Tile Orlando Musing Sentinel can be foundon Herald, which has been regarded by Miami, found guilty of selling cocaine
sale in Orlando at Curtis & Neal's BookStore ABOUT ONE-THIRD LESS.
many as the authorized spokesmanfor and sentenced to in
and Wright Brothers. one year county
Helena Mont.
Sept. 1.-The sale
We will appreciate prompt complaint if Mr. Gilchrist, had announcedsome of 2,608,693 acres of jail, will be settled at the September
delivery is not promptly made by our carriers. weeks ago that the Punta Gor government ag- term; of criminal court.
ricultural lands near Fort Peck, Montana
Advertising rata will be furnished on ape da man would likely be in the race. -
I nr.tion. begins today. The registration
Because of the somewhat odd char- L
THE WEEKLY SENTINELPer I places are Glasgow, Havre and Great tttllllllllllt"'i' 0
....... acter of the the Gilchrist
year by ma U postage paid $100 man race Falls, Mont. The final drawing is to

Address Office 107 THE COM SENTINEL- Street,Arcade Orlando.Buildm Florida. for governor was regarded with levity be at Glasgow, commencing Septem- Gasoline. . 20c i SHOP SERVICE
Phone 24. by many, but through the use of ber23. The reservation is located in

TUESDAY5EPTEMBER 2, 1913.A novel campaign methods and circumstances Sheridan and Valley counties. GULF GASOLINE 22cThat
which turned out to be pe- The of Fort Peck .
opening reservation TilE KIND
favorable his THAT BRINGS A
culiarly to candidacy,
marks the last big of
philosopher is a man who hands opening
out advice. And most of us are in Gilchrist became governor, in spite of agricultural land in the United States. is the way several of the CUSTOIEUCK THE NEXT

the guffaws that his candidacy pro- Six new towns will be started on this leading garages in a big Georgia
that duced. There can be no doubt that land TIME, FOR IT INCLUDES PUMPING -
---0-- big area. \ city had theirsigns read not so

Castro's wife says she hasn't seen he is more seriously regarded now The total acreage of the Fort Peck \ long ago. TIRES, FILING OIL LAMPS,
than he was when he entered the Indian
him in You don't often run reservation is 2,068,693.! ut 1t
year. AND
race for governor,five years ago. He KEEPING CAR NICELY POLISHED. -
luck like that. Land allotted to the Indians is 723-
across has had the experience of four yearsin 693 acres. There must be a reason' for it. ALL
the governor's chair and has ac-
should be Land remaining vacant or unoccu-
The fraternity
qui red the political prestige and pub. pied is 1,345,000 acres. OUR SHOP SERVICE-AND IT IS
thankful for the fact that the elder
l which that office
licity must perforce
Land now under cultivation is 3,800
individual. FREE.
Thaw Money paving
was a
\ carry with it. It would be wise, we acres. Last year there were only However it does not cost you

Free sugar o free mint would suggest, for Gilchrist's opponentsnot 1,500 acres under cultivation and the any more in Orlando than the
to treat his candidacy with any other kind.
certainly find the other ingredient, year before practically none. .
sort of contempt, for he may turn the It is
estimated by agricultural
even if it was: a blind tiger. ex- flfiN
K tables on them just as he did in the perts that when this land is cultivated -
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"Chicago female? detectives objectto race for governor.It by the white settlers it will add P.G.WALTONAgentPHONES
is somewhat that I.IJIPIIILLIPS r & ON
being called policewomen.." How singular one about twenty millions more bushelsof

does "ladycop" fill the bill? of his opponents, Mr. Stockton, was grain to the nation's annual pro {1255IMIMIiMMMIMMitli
of those who
l one suffered defeat at duction. {
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If Thaw eur gets hfs liberty he his hands in 1908. When Gilchrist Flax this year is running from I $ .ItlMMHtltttttilHtHmitlttMlillMiMtlMillMFOR
made his maiden speech in the ,
guber- eighteen to twenty-six bushels
ought to buy that assistant milk per 1----
natorial campaign he spoke from the acre, wheat from twenty to ----- -
wagon and keep it forever as a sou twentyfive -- .
venir. same platform that Fletcher did in bushels per acre and oats sixtyto

his race for the senate-that was at eighty-five bushels per acre.
: Live Oak. It may be ventured as
Yesterday was Labor' Day, which
sure thing that no man in the audience MEETING IN PENSACOLA SEPTEMBER
was celebrated by many as Rest Day.It .
that day dreamed that Gilchristand .
trf -
is well. The knights labor needto
rest once in while.._ Fletcher would face each otheras Importance of Attending Annual Reunion -
opponents for the senatorship.The October 21.23 Pointed
o -
Gilchrist used his monkey cards Gilchrist race for governor wasa Out in Order. Birthday Gifts--The SapphireSEPTEMBER'S
revelation to many if not a major
effectively in the race for governor.
Wonder what ,his piece de resistancefor ity as to the vagaries of that un Calling the attention of the forty

the senate race will consist of. certain quantity in politics known as camps, U. C. V., in Florida to the --
o the proletariat Now if anyone twenty-second annual convention of

Along with':the statement that the should take a second thought he will the Florida division, United Confederate

corn crop in the states will be short probably arrive at the conclusion that Veterans, Major General Ben- STONE IS THE SAPPHIRE IBLE I

Gilchrist is in a much better tkin o jamin W. Partridge, commanding the
comes the statement that the sweet
potato crop will be larger in Orange : the race for the senatorship than Florida division, U. C. V., has issuedan ,

cou .tt by 50,000 bushels; he was to capture the governorship, order from the division headquarters LET US SHOW IT TO YOU MOUNTED IN A BRACELET -
and the why is furnished in the elim I in Monticello, urging all veterans
It was stated last evening by one ination of the second primary, which-to attend the convention which will HANDY PIN, BAR PIN LOCKET OR RING, ANY

of the foremost real estate men of the Bryan primary law provides for this year be held in Pensacola, Octo ONE OF'HICII WILL MAKE HER EYES SPARKLE WITH
The matter is to be settled now atone ber 21 to 23.
the city that :there has been an unprecedented
amount of city property primary. If there are no otherentries With the increase in the number of DELIGHT.

changing hands during the few and the race is between camps organized since the last convention -
days. There ,is scarcely. a vacant Fletcher, Stockton and Gilchrist, in Lake City and the splendid
house in the city. there can be .,little- doubt that the i conditipns which have been marked BLUE GEM IN SCARF PINS, TIE CLASPS AND CUFF

o latter will land a fine vote, because i since that meeting, it is expected that
"That man :has outli\ed his usefulness under the primary which does away i the annual meeting this year at Pen.

," said one of two men who with the second primary it is neces- ::sacola ,will be a great success. COME IN AND SEE THEM.
sary to express first and second
were discussing the report that a
certain citizen: would be ,a candidatefor choice at the one time that the opportunity -f While a great many people are

a certain office. "Huh," sneered is given to vote. What will 1 I ;looking for government jobs it i
be the losrieal rpmlt' CLf.6.i...,,, .,.:11 somewhat unusual to hear of
the other, "he :never had any." Thus --0---- -n. .n.u. WIUbe some
do ,our friends love us. the second choice in the greater I!I one who is trying to quit one. This

o number of the votes cast, for the I is the case down in Osceola county. T.H.Evans the JewelerOPPOSITE

"What have; the governors done?" campaign is likely to be cast on lines I I The postmaster at Whittier has been
I that will
asks the Savannah Morning News. forbid the Stockton men trying to turn loose for a year or ,

They've had a nice little! jaunt to making Fletcher their second choice,I:more, but hasn't been able to make it I

Pike's Peak, ,and most of them have nor. will the Fletcher men make because there was no civil service POSTOFFICE

delivered themselves of some highly Stockton their second choice. In sucha eligible to take his place. The place

important advice which has been combination Gilchrist may secure'pays a small sum annually, and the

printed and distributed for home con- enough second choice votes added to meagerness of the compensation is EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING

sumption. They've done all that they what first choice support he may be probably the reason for his wantingto
able to command to make
set out to do. him the quit.

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Osceola county's plan cf advertis-

ing its advantages by :bending its

has newspapers proved to to:be prospective profitable-and investors not San Juan GarageREBUILT ?

only that, it has proved to be the

mos tprofitable'form of publicity that

has ever been tried in that county.
Commercial bodies in other places en

might follow the Osceola plan with

equal profit---0 PER CENT OFF en

:The capital of Orange :Bounty be-

,*.-t.' i Haves' in the efficiency of: printer'sinL I U U U U
; : The city council of Orlando has ON ALL OUR

Hi detlded to subscribe $500 toward getting One 19121 Five Passenger Touring! Car, !i
up the fund of $5OOO'now being

raised by the hoard of trade- for the complete, new tires I PARASOLSSpecial

purpose of,advertising: the attractionsand

advantages of that city and coun $450

try{ .The expenditure of this amount I
will probably be under the direction for Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday I

of"'the: board of;:Jrade and his fact is One Cadillac Five I
sufficient uar.nty of its being judicially Passenger Touring Car,
laid' outPalatka TimesHerald. complete
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of1 $600 Brocaded and SilK Ratines

In a recent- interview :printed in

the Sentinel, land man'said that the .

amateur farmer 'was doing Florida Marion B. Ives'ForYour
-: a One 1912 Four
;, great deal of harm. He started toy Passenger 30 h.p. Car,

work withoui'i Mwledge. cf what hewas complete

s : ;doing, anti=lade a-failure, quit
New Fall Coat Coat Suit
and, went ,backfo;: W sHorder job, or $550Don't or

.went- : toolaa. pox: : new,' one, and ,
blamed ,the 1a.nst.r...cohdittunatfor his
failure. There'.-is;junlw}! dly' much f
'.truth,in the'statemefitj"pit'i some of forget that our Ajax Tires carry a written ; PARLORS

t, the greatest'farmers.succtss has been achieved guarantee of 5,000 miles. Agent Pictorial Review Patterns Second Floor "0 N TON CORSETS
by amatepr : :"There is ,more

in.the man than=.f.therVis'nlhe. 'land." J ,-I
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SupportersThey BOOTS and SHOES new summer light weight fabric for dresses, skirts and

never tear,;. a hole. They never slip. For men, women 300 PAIRS separate waists, in handsome navy blue and black, hair line
and children. :
stripes on pale cream ground; needs no laundering.SOLE .
both and
Prices 15c., 20c. and 25c. per pair. 50 pairs-for women and children; high
low quarters; values up to 3.00. Sale price. . . $1.48

150 pairs-for men and women, high and low quar
Don't forget theincomparable
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"EIFFEL HOSE" values up to $ .OO. Sale price. . . . . . . . $1.98
Specially priced for After Stock Taking Clearance,
100 pairs-for men and women; same as above, but

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Editor T. M. Byers, of Apopka, wasn Mr..E. S. McKey, of Valdosta, Ga., APOPKA NOTES 111I . ... .. . . . . . . . . '.

i: the city yesterday.Mr. is among the visitors to Orlando to-

: day. Apopka, Sept. 1.-The weather for
THE TUNER : i C. T. Ainsley, of McLane, LIMES
I wasn August in Apopka has been most ex-
Dr. R. Frank Holland of Jackson-
i i Orlando yesterday on business.Mr. cellent. In fact, many are returningand
ville, spent Sunday and yesterday in
I exclaim, "Why, this beats the
L. A. Driggers left yesterday mountains!"

'or points in Virginia via Crescentity. Orange buyers are in evidence LIMES
Mr. T. W. Mathews.left yesterdayfor E. L. Spencer, of Detroit, I
(: :
around Apopka, in fact some fruit has
Cedar Hill, Tenn.
Mich., is among the late arrivals at
I already been sold on the trees for :
the San Juan.A
Miss Clara Holland left yesterdayto Major McKenzie, one of Cordele's fancy prices, buyers know where to :
eading I citizens, yesterday in LIMES
spent for fancy fruit.
visit friends in Jacksonville.Dr. son was born on Saturday go .
Orlando on business. evening to Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ohse, Rev. Douglass and wife, of Orlando, :

P. Phillips returned yesterday on Anderson street. were visiting Apopka the past week. :
from a business trip on the East. Mrs. Richard Bass, of St. Cloud, is J. W. Emerson was in town : Are getting scarce, but we succeeded in
!spending the week with her sister, I
Wednesday shopping. .
Coast. Mr. J. W. Rex and wife left yes-
Mrs. J. C. Bass, on West Central terday for a vacation which will be Among the Orlandoites visiting : getting another barrel. Send in

The county commissioners and j avenue. spent in the North Carolina moun- Apopka this week were Mr. Tom : order before theyare
school board will meet in regular Session i tains. Mathews and Miss Mattie McKee with : your
today. Miss Fannie Robinson has gone to a party of friends. gone
.Jacksonville where she joined Mr. and :
The friends of Clarence Marshall -
The friends of Mr. W. M. Slemons many
Mr. John Hunt, of Clermont, spent :Mrs. W. R. Harney for a trip through will be glad to know that he is ableto will be grieved to learn that it I

yesterday in Orlando hobnobbing Michigan. be up again, after a three weeks' was necessary to remove an eye, the
with friends. I illness. He was at his place of busi- one that was wounded. The opera- CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.
Miss Belle Zoucks, of Savannah,
I tion was performed by skilled doctorsin
ness yesterday for the first time since
,Ga., arrived in Orlando yesterday fora the Christ sanitarium, Orlando.Mr. .
Mr. W. R. O'Neal and daughter, he was taken ill.
few visit to her niece, Mrs. W. THE SANITARY
Miss Mabel, returned yesterday from Marshall's brother has arrived GROCERY

Denver, Colorado. G. Hammond. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Gentile and and will be here looking after Clarence :
I until he is sufficiently improvedto
son, Master Joseph, are expected
in'' Hon. A. B. Newton, one of Winter be removed home. Phone 200 6 & 8 Pine Street.Golfer's .
Mr. R. L. Hartline, who has bee home tonight from Pittsburg, where I II
the city for several days, left yesterday Garden's representative citizens, honored i they have spent the summer. The I Mrs. S. W. Stewart was called to I!
Orlando with his presence for awhile Milltown, Ga., this week account!
for Kissimmee 1 I home coming of these excellent peo- -
I Sunday. x ple is always cause for rejoicing of the death of her father. She has -- --- -----

Hon. J. H. Lee, one of the higsly among their many friends.Mr. ,the sympathy of her many friends.
esteemed citizens of Oviedo, spfnt Miss Annie May Cooper, who has Mrs. R. H. Griffin, of Quitman, Ga., Supplies

yesterday in Orlando. \ i been visiting friends and relatives in A. D. Bell, of Orlando, fatherof sister of Dr.I Carrol, has been visitingin I
< this city, left yesterday for her homein
for the week.
Apopka past
W. D. Bell
= Judge was a pleasant I
Mrs. J. P. Holbrook has returned: I Jacksonville. guest in our city yesterday of his T. Judson Smith and family, after @
from North Carolina, where she has r-- son and family. Mr. Bell brought visiting in Rome, Ga., for some time,
II Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Yowell and have returned home. All look well
been spending the summer. down Miss Martha Stevens, a niece
children have returned to the city Spalding makes everything needed by the
and gled to get back.J.
of Judge Bell, who will make her,
Mr. J. W. Bass, one of the enterprising .from a month delightfully spent at home with him and family during the' M. Sellers, of Clarcona, was a
citizens of Orange Center, Daytona Beach. winter. Miss Stevens will be a pupilin visitor to town this week. I golf player, and his name is a guarantee of

was an Orlando visitor yesterday.Mr. Arcadia's high school during the Miss Louise Calvert, of Orlando,I
Mrs. J. Mortimer Smith and little
fall and winter terms.-DtSoto Coun- has returned home after a pleasantweek's highest quality of material and workmanship.
daughter, Alice Jacquelin, arrived visit with relatives.
W. A. Joughin, representingthe last night from the East Coast to ty News.
Mr. B. M. Hawthorn is having his
Standard Fixture company, of I visit Mrs. Alice Daniels. Sample clubs carried in stock, or we can
Mr. Joe Dawson, wno has been with cotton picked this week and reports
Tampa, spent yesterday in Orlando.
Burger & Baumgard, as manager for prices very good, also a good yield. I
: Miss Bertha Dawson, daughter of %the South! Atlantic and Gulf States, Mabry Stewart has returned from order just the club you specify, in weightor
Mrs. G. W. Lyons, of Tampa, is in I i Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Dawson, returned for twenty-seven years, will leave tomorrow Milltown, Ga., where he has been vis-
Orlando on a visit to her sister-in-i i last evening from a two weeks I
for New York and other citiesof iting relatives.T. length or shape. We :furnish the famous
law, Mrs. M. A. Clark on Central outing at Daytona Beach. the East, and will remain until J. Daring is having ground bro-

avenue. October. There is no better known ken preparatory to building a dwell "Never Slip" grips. Red Dot and all Dimple
Mrs. John A. Abberger will leavetoday
1 commercial man in the South than
Mr. E. W. Kissam, who has been' for Jacksonville, where she will I Joe Dawson, but he has other claims ing.F.. E. Zepp has returned from
spending several weeks: in Orlando I'I join Mr. Abberger and they will. make! to fame than his connection with the Washington, D. C., where he has beenon balls in stock at all times,

with friends, left yesterday for North I a trip to Los Angeles, Cal. big New York hardware firm. He is business. I'I .

Bend, Oregon.Mr. the inventor and patentee of the fam- L. 0. White and family have gone' W. S. BRANCH
I ,
The Shakespeare club will be enter. ous Joe Dawson hoe, which is being on a well earned vacation. I
J. W. Bivens, superintendent I tamed on Wednesday afternoon at:; sold in all the best hardware 'stores I A. P. Fudge has added to the auto-I The Arcade Book and Music Store

the schools of Cordele, Ga., was in the home of Mrs. W. H. Robertson,: in the country. The hoe is especially mobile brigade a 1913 Ford and looks I II

the city yesterday as the guest of his i No. 108 Hillcrest avenue. The reading -. designed for "hammock" land work,'!very much at home driving I
old college friend, our esteemed fellow will begin at 3:30 o'clock. Menv. and is deservedly enjoying the sale:j Messrs. Kellogg, of Clarcona; were FOUND-A riding skirt. Owner can LOST-A deed of conveyance to Jay
townsman, Dr. B. C.. Abernethy.I ibers are invited to attend. which it has achieved. 'I visitors to town this week, shopping. get same by calling at the Sentinel Campbell, with several other pa
office and paying for this ad.
pers. 501 South Main street, for re-

MMHMMtmillMIHMMI LOST-Saturday night, at the Grand

theater, or on the way home, a
,ruby pin. A suitable reward will be In all probability Pensacola will

THE I paid to finder by Mrs. L. N. Lewis, have an auto patrol truck for her police -

H 406 East street. It department this fall.HMHMti .

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!t Special New York, Aug. 30.-New York Special to The Sentinel

i' Buffalo, Aug.-30. -"Medical Inspect has a soft place in its heart for its Montreal, Aug. 30.-Thomas W. Alas EL Seal fruit Jars :

tion in the Schools a Community Investment ,fire department, boasted the best in Shelton, of Virginia, was the principal .
t ;' was the subject of Dr. Ira i the world, and for that reason is welcoming speaker before the conference of
S. Wile, yf the New York City board with enthusiasm the hundreds judges here tonight. Mr. Shelton T MpaD Y a ALL SIZES
'/ of education, before the fourth international :of visiting fire fighters from all over spoke of the efforts to bring about t TAM PA l

t congress on school hygiene 'the 'world, here for the opening on uniformity in legal procedure and to

i here today. Monday of the forty-first annual con promote closer relations between the

' "If 40,000 children suffer retarda vention of the international association courts of the United States. I
1 of fire engineers.' The conference is composed of the Jelly Glasses--Smooth
tion in school for 'said
one year, Dr. IT IS JUST AS EASY ; Edge
Wile, "beC"'use the decrease in vitality : The convention will be formally forty-eight; chief judges of the states,
i- due to adenoids and enlarged tonsils, opened in the Grand Central Palace the chief justice of the court of appeals

l. as was reported in the state of Minnesota where three floors will be devoted t o of the District of Columbia the Preserving Kettles

the educational waste is evident the fire exhibits and meetings. Fire nine presiding judges of the nine federal To say "Give. me a dish of
If the cost of instruction of apparatus of all kinds will be on des circuit courtss of appeal l, a fed POINSETTIAIce

each child js $25 per annum, the eco- play. Manufacturers of apparatus in eral judge from Hawaii and the chief Cream as it is to omit
nomic loss:would represent $1,000,000. the United States and Canada went justice of Porto Ric '. Nearly all the the name-why do you do

I Possibly this economic decrement is ,to considerble expense and trouble to j judges were present. it, when. by Baying POIX- McCULLOCfTSDEPARTMENT
somewhat theoretical because the make their displays attractive and It was the first conference of judgesever SETTIA you get so much

children would te receiving instruction original. There will be pumping engines held in the history of the United more real VALUE for your STORE
anyway. The true deficit wouldbe both steam and gasolene, hookand States,and it was held on foreign soil money. i

R the decrease in education as a result ladder trucks, hose wagon!, The object is to bring about uniformity -:" 124 South Orange Avenue
of leaving school one or two chemical engines, fire alarm apparatus in judicial procedure amongst the I It' better, becaus ewe make it
grades belo.v that reached by normal life nets, smoke and flame helmets ], states through fixed interstate judicial so, no trouble, no expense, no effort OPPOSITE POST OFFICE

children. :: and fire hose, not to mentionthe relations. I is omitted or considered too .
is'" . . .
"There said Mr. Shelton, "no l
thousand great in order to make ffItmtHHimtttiMMIHHOHlMiRead
"The correction of defects increasesthe and one little accessories POINSETTIA _
industrial efficiency of future cit used in,the dangerous calling of more excuse for different court procedure the standard of purity
amongst the states, than for! and The
quality. Sentinel
izens and thus tends to make them a fireman. the use of different languages. I "Want Ads" Every Day
more valuable to the community. By .More than 1,000 fire chiefs and I I
"The practical men of commerce II Ill for ale
increasing industrial efficiency the future commissioners are here. They com I -=
are demanding the injection of pro in your town tHiiMHIIMIMIIIMMt '
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will profit from a decrease independency from practically every city of importance -
tical common sense in the machineryof
end pauperism and a diminution in the United States and Canada -
in chic loss by death, sicknessand and from foreign cities. Among the courts, and congress and the I! V.W.ESTES&CO.ORLANDO. .
]legislatures are being called to
incapacity. In the words of Sir those from abroad are Chief Dwyer'! give the courts the necessary upon I [ELECTRIC VACUUM L CLENI t

Lauder Bru ton, 'It is cheaper to of London, Chief Cordier of Paris,i That is one of the objects of the power.con-I FLA.No. .
spend pence 'on children than poundson Chief Mier of Amsterdam, Chiefs' i
ference of judgts and the American' 4
paupers.*' By decreasing blindness Liisberg' of Copenhagen, Pardage of Bar association's campaign."
insanity and criminality and Edinburgh, Waller of Alexandria, I II I :
similar social burdens medical Egypt. Other cities
inspection represented I by>
tends lighten:: future either chiefs THE ANTI.CIGARETTE LAW We Extend to You an Invitation
municipal or commissioners are I Have your room or house
expenditures for the relief of such Melbourne, Australia, Rio Janeiro, One would not think there was an. now to call at our sample rooms
conditions. Such are some of the Frankfort-On-Main, Dublin
positive anti-cigarette law from the numberof I number 11 Arcade Bldgn to look over cleaned without dust or trouble
benefits ;of medical inspection regarded nos Ayres.On .
the boys under the age limit on
as a communal investment." Friday, one day before the end'the streets puffing the vile little lour selection of over 600 Suitings of moving furniture

of the convention, there will be a I things which weaken a being, physically for Autumn and Winter, 1913. You ,

STABS AUTHOR TO DEATH monster' parade, which will be re. ; mentally and morally. Here I should not let another day pass be-
viewed by all of the city officials.,is the law, why don't you see that it
After the parade the firemen's fore you make your selections. The Pierce Electric Co.
memorial is enforced: "It shall be unlawful to send an Experienced .
Washington, Aug. 30.-William T.
monument at Riverside Drive and sell, barter, exchange or give to any When you have your measure taken
Altdorfer, a special writer and author One Hundredth street will be dedicat1ed.
minor under 21 of ;
was staLbed to death last nightnight Henry W. Taft, brother of former -' years age, any cig- you don't have to walk out of our man.
arette or cigarette or substitute .
any -
in his home in Chevy Chase, President Taft, will make the for either of them, and !!place "Hoping it will be right: You

Md., a suburb with,'and William J. Fisher, speech of presentation, and Mayor person who violates any of the provisions a nyl-:can be sure of it. We will GuaranteeIf SEE THEM FOR TERMS
connected the
isthmian (
Gaynor will accept on behalf of the of this act shall be of f
commission, and for ten J satisfaction and that our suits the
yearsa are
city. Mayor Gaynor, other city officials i- a misdemeanor and, upon conviction; ,If l
boarder in the Altdorfer home, early and
some of the visitors will' shall be punished by1 a fine not exceeding Best Quality.
today, was arrested and taken to then review the fleet of New York

the county jail: at Rockville. fire boats in the Hudson river. I in the county fifty dollars jail not, or exceeding imprisonment thirty MEN'S FASHION SHOP T the PIERCE[

The tragedy, according to the police -! days."-Palatka Times-Ilerald. 11 Arcade Bld'g, Orlando, Fl a. ELECTRIC L CO11 lllnc

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when Altdorfer sought to chastise that we will be pleased to receivea The I
you Odd Fellows lodge in Miamime Test the "want ad. way" if
his 17-year-old: adopted daughter. ; portion of your job printing. Phi are working to have a fine' sanitarium I have a desirable place that you want JHUKCI-I STREET

24. I established in that city. I I to sell or rent.
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i at the Close of Business : AGATITE CEMENT PLASTER, Fuller's Peninsular
FOR SALE ; j ; June 30th 1913 : Brand Roofing, MetalLaths and Shingles, Crushed Rock, I
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ASK your grocer for Jackson Square RESOURCESBanking : Curbing Building
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House, Furniture
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house, centrally located. Apply this e. Loans and Discounts ..... 355,589.33 : Crates, Wraps, Field Boxes, Straps, Nails and Ladders.
office. 7.1 d & w tf : ?; I Overdrafts ............... 83.98 .>
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lando, Fla. 7-10 d & w V VV \ <
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l Louis C. Massey President.
Special to The Sentinel

Knoxville, Tenn.,'Sept With all
T. Pietoa Wtrlow, Vk .Pm.Bowv4 K. Wten ]soq c. SIr
of Knoxville and vicinity in a state of The City of Orlando
C. Babcock Att CsaUcr Samuel A.NnrtU Aut CuUv
hysterical joy the National Conservation -

Exposition, the "Greatest Ex-

THESTATE position ever held in the South,"opened The County of Orange

here today.: IJnormous crowds .
were on hand to attend the opening, ,

BANK and special the arrangements railroad companies to handle made the The State of Florida _

:1 thousands of visitors. The exposi- ..

tion will last until November 1, and it
is expected that during that time, 1-

- I. 000,000 visitors to the State of Ten- The U. S. GovernmentDeposit

: of Orlando fair.While nessee will have attended the big

the main purpose of the expo-

sition is to show clearly the advancement -

THE OLDEST BANK IN THE CITYAND ''I of manufacturing and indus-

try in the South, the lighter side of

life has not been overlooked, and the :
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midway of the exposition has been .
very], appropriately named "Joy. their funds with this Bank because it is
business than
The Bank which transacts more
Street. Here the ballihoo man reigns :
any Bank between Jacksonville and Tampa in his glory. Probably the most in- : conducted along lines of commendable! approval

tei'-stfng spectacle is entitled the t '
and in compliance withNATIONAL
r "Sinking of the Titanic." It drew :

J The large patronage of this Bank has been built up enormous crowds. '

its business sound The Liberal Arts Building is a mas- : BANKING LAWS
f t during twenty years by conducting on
terpiece of architecture. For that
with careful attention to the legiti- /
J banking principles t
matter, no expense was
mate wants of customers. The confidence of the public spared in erecting the various build- Do you not think that a Bank which meets with

reuected in the large amount of deposits. ings. They are all artistically per-
is the approval of the government should be THE
fect. Four huge trucks drew up in
Average deposits First Quarter of 1913, $900,000
front of the Liberal Arts Building Bank for you?

I only a few hours before its opening

: and unloaded the display of the National We cordially invite i you to avail yourself of the

: the doors were opened the exhibit same facilities which these governments enjoy.
& : : had ben completed.

: In the building of mines and Min-
Our correspondent banks are located in every part of 0
I ing the exhibit space is devoted main-

the world and include some of the largest Banks in the : ly to the minerals of the South, although -

: minerals from all other parts
: United States.
: of the country will also be exhibited.

Dozens of resturants greeted the ,! .
A -"
J . hungry visitors. One of the mosinteresting Open your account with *_ i'
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FIRE FIGHTERS I CITRUS CROP Will( Trinity resturant M. building E.01 Church.On these erected.was a by special the i The Peoples National Bank"It

MEET INNEVI YORK Of SfYfN MillION Day will September be held. Miss 30, Helen Helen Keller Keller,1 is a pleasure to serve you"

the famous blind girl, has promisedto

be The events of the day
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f WHO PROTECT PROP- OF TilE LONGEST IN guest of that committee. ; !


Special to The Sentinel Jacksonville, Sept. 1-The citrus '
to The Sentinel
New York, Sept. 1.-Fire chiefs of fruit this season should make Special
Colorado Springs, Colo., Sept. 1.-
small volunteer forces of
country between 7,000,000 and 8,000,000 boxes. -
Visitors to the Indian Shan Kiye,
towns, and the commissioners and Th fruit is well advanced and "
which means "Heap Good Time,
chiefs of the great departments of the shipping season will begin earlier : .
started here today, had an opportunity -
great cities the world over were pres- than last year. There is no doubt : t 'I
and will have further opportunity i
ent in Grand Central Palace when the that it will be the longest shippingseason
during the next few days, to see the : 1 I
annual convention of the ,
forty-first on record, as many groves I tI '
native red in their tribal condi-
men : \
International Association of Fire .
had a bloom in July and some as lateas 1 tions. 4 .
Chiefs opened today. A larger num- this month. In some groves fruitis ,
Today's events opened with a modified
ber of fire chiefs are present for this to show color "
already beginning h
marathon race through the 1 tA f I j
convention than ever before. and in Dade county, on the East %
streets of Colorado Springs, finishingat .
There will be many interesting pa- Coast, and Lee county on the West, \
the Shan Kive grounds, in the Gar-
pers read before the convention. Mo- fruit is large and trees in good shapeto
den of the Gods, a distance of ten and
tor apparatus, its durability, efficiency hurry the fruit to early.maturity. two-fifths miles. The most pictur- H

and economy of operation, will be I The general opinion of growers esque event of the early part. of the
the subject of Chief A. V. Bennett of seems to be that the orange crop is whena
San Kive will take place tonight
Ala. Chief John Ken- last while the FOR
Birmingham, fully as large as year body of Ute Indians will dance amid
Ion New York will discuss the will not be la .
of grapefruit crop as ge. the rocks of the Garden of the Gods, :
subject of fire insurance and its relation The Florida Citrus Exchange makes
the scene being illuminated by vari- :
to incendiarism. Commissioner the statement that from present indications colored searchlights. The Roman : Monoa T uesoa ana

Joseph Johnson, of New York, and the citrus fruit crop will bea Consolidated Carnival Circus will also wednesday

Frank Look, manager of the Atlas Insurance record breaker and the longest in be started tonight : .

company, limited, will speak the history of the industry.The Tommorrow will be a parade of :

upon the same subject. Thomas J. following information regard- Indians, cowboys, pioneers and the t We are going to offer our customers FOUR BIG SPECIALSFOR
Ahearn, state fire marshal of New ing the citrus fruit crop for the sea Roman Circus through the streets of :

York, will talk upon fire preventionand son 1913-14 has been received from Colorado Springs, followed in the THE ABOVE DAYSLadies'
the of uniform state fire .. ,
question from different
reliable growers sec- "
afternoon by "Frontier Day Sports, I
marshal laws. The defects and cost tions in the state: at the Shan Kive grounds, with bronco I

of maintenance of the gasolene motor Orlando (Orange Co.-The general busting for the $550 Seitzler sad- : fine ribbed Gauze Vests, Ladies' fast colored black Hose,
pumping engine will be the, subject of the citrus fruit c)
opinion regarding :
Silver said to be
dIe, made at City,
trimmed all sizes
Charles S. Demorest, chief of con crop in Orange county is there will the finest saddle in the entire world. : neatly ; Sc 10 gauge; for three days, pair. . 8c

struction of the New York City fire be about 80 per cent if compared to( The name Seitzler means everything while they last . . . . . . . ,
department Other speakers and i last year, or 20 per cent less than

their subjects are: Chief H. C. Bunker . last season.-Carl Dann. EIGHT DAYS OF SHOOTING

Cincinnati, and Commissioner W Apopka (Orange Co.-In certain
500 yards "Crown King" un The famous "Blue Grass" brand
N. Cash, of Cincinnati, on "Inspec groves where the crop was heavy last 0. 1. Eight
Camp Perry, Sept -
tin of Buildings and Contents b y year, there will be a considerable days of expert marksmanship under bleached Muslin, made from Cambric, usually sells for8c

Uniform Members of Fire Depart' shortage, but, on the other hand, the auspices of the International the very best cotton, soft 121-2c; for three day's . . . .
ments;" Chief F. L Stetson, Seattle, full last fin8
those. groves. not. .so . year, Union and the Pan-American Union ish; while it lasts, yard . . . Limit 10 yards to customer.
Wash. Chief John C. Kansas
are heavily loaded this year. This began here today. The various shootsof
City, Chief Charles A. Salter, Omaha, seems to be the prevailing case in the National Rifle association were --

on "The Two Platoon." every section of the county I have completed Saturday and hereafter all

Among some of the chiefs presentare been over. In fact, it is my impres- contests will be between the teams We are also displaying en the Second Floor a BEAUTIFULLINE

Chiefs Dwyer of London, England sion thatthese conditions are very representing the United States and OF LADIES' 'MISSES' and CHILDREN'S MUSLIN
; Cordier, of Paris; Mier, of Amsterdam similar in other sections of the state the invaders from Canada, South ,

Holland; Liisberg, of Co- and that, after all, there will not be America and Europe. UNDERWEAR It will pay you to visit this department.

penhagen; Pardage, of Edinburgh, so great a shortage in,the orange and

and Waller, of Alexandria, Egypt grapefruit crops as at first antici- AT THE FAVORITE TODAY

Other cities represented by their pated. I

chiefs are Melbourne, Australia; Rio One of the marked conditions, es- 3 Reels 3

Janeiro, Frankfort-on-, Buenos pecailly of our section of the county, I
"The Return of Thundercloud's H
.... N. P. YOWELL
Ayres and Dublin. ;; . the groves are better kept than ever Spirit" (Bison). A massive Indian

For next Friday a monster paradeof before, being in .a first class condi- feature in 2 parts. Another of those I

fire fighters and 'e'X ibition of fire tion, and as a result of the splendid thrilling Bison pictures. It is greater

apparatus is planned. After the pa. ::1 care,- the trees are loaded with fruit. than any Indian pictures we have 111111'11111111111"

''It. rade, which will be reviewed by Mayor Everywhere people are taking greater shown yet. One day only. Don't miss .111111111111111111111.11111111111111111111111111110111111 ',

. Gaynor and city officials, the firemen's interest in their groves.-H. H.
it. his famous prize winner, Tiger WOMEN IN LABOR PARADENew
> memorial monument, at River- Witherington. !
? "Animated Weekly" (Universal).
C. Vanderbilt has four
: :';; side Drive and One Hundredth street, Winter Park (Orange Co.-The Reginald
All the current events from. all partsof Sensation York, Sept.
stallions Wimbley I.-New York
will be' idedica'ted. W- Taft .
citrus fruit for
jienry. ,: yield the season 1912- the world. i
Brother of forn1 r'" President Taft! 13, in this section was 100,000 boxes.I Point Fashion, Sandy Point probably leads the cities of the country -
Open 2 to 5 and 7 to 10
p. in its Labor
will make the speech of presentation, estimate the total yield for this and ElL Day parade today,
Five cents to all.
because of the
and Mayor Gaynor will reply for the season'60,000 boxes, or a shortage of ; G. Vanderbilt several years participation of visitors "

/ city:of New York, accepting the monument about 40 to 50 per cent as comparedto lighter than I figure on some weeks purchased abroad a stallion, For to the International Fire Engineers' -

;'\N "'[' last season. The probable short- ago. Lake Mary will ship between which has never been shown convention in the event Women

'111 J.....f' In the Grand Central Palace three age of the citrus fruit crop in the en- 6,000 and 7,000 boxes of oranges and America, but will be exhibited will also figure prominently in

,,'- "floors have been devoted to the exhi- tire state will run about 20 to 25 percent grapefruit Rain has been very plentiful entering He expects big things from the march, which will be reviewed by

'\ bjtion>of .fire apparatus. Every device -W. C. Temple.Lake and fruit is gettnig ready very amml Edward B. McLean, who Mayor Gaynor and other officials. :

""t '- used 'in modern firefighting is Mary (Orange Co.-I be-. fast and people are already eating it. also a large exhibitor, has entered

*v dis'play. lieve the citrus fruit crop will be! -A. E. Sjoblom, the,packer. Anon in the stallion class. Read Sentinel "Want Ads." Y

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