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

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THE PEOPLE City Clerk C. A. Boone stated yesterday Special to The Sentinel.

that he would not issue war- Coaticook, Sept. 4.-Thaw tonight
rants for the payment of the city em- made his final effort to keep from be-I I

16 ADELE SCHIMEL TAKEN BY 110- ployes whose payrolls have to be ap- ing taken back to Matteawan. His OLD BILL MINER CONFESSED : HALE MAKES[ REPORT[

IE DAn SEPT. BOKEN POLICE TO ANSWER proved by council before they are lawyers were defeated at every turn TO HAVING BEEN MEMBEROF
and the court of inquiry conducted by
was no meeting of council immigration officials overturned his

FREE EXPRESSION OF VIEWS IS SUDDEN DEMISE last night because of the absence ofa contentions without quibble. OF OUTLAWS ENVOY WHO SPENT MONTHS IN

WHO WISH quorum, and hence the bills for Au- Thaw's fight to escape deportationseems MEXICO CONFERS WITH
ASKED OF ALL New York, Sept. 4.-Mystery attaches gust were not approved. It had been lost. The coalition of the immigration Atlanta, Ga., Sept. 4.-Like a child

TO PARTICIPATE IN to the death of Carl Schoete, stated that some arrangement wouldbe authorities with the pro- dropping to sleep, "Old Bill" Miner i I PRESIDENT AND SECRE-

DISCUSSION 43 years of age, supposed to be a made to have the city workers get' vincial authorities at Quebec became died Tuesday night at 9:25 o'clock at TARY OF STATE

Hamburg banker on his way to the their money on time, but Mr. Boone apparent for the first time tonight. the state prison farm, at Milledge- I

I When the county commissioners Pacific coast, who was found dead I said yesterday afternoon that no such The only man on Thaw's side who is ville, Ga., where he was serving a I Special to The SentinelWashington

adjourned Tuesday afternoon it was from poison in a Hoboken boarding arrangement had been made and that I confident of victory is Thaw. He was twenty-year sentence for train rob Sept. -I.PresidentI

to meet again Tuesday, September house last night. It may have beena I he would not assume the authority I on the stand for six hours today, and bery. (I Wilson will not recognize Huerta as

16, for the purpose of taking up the case of accident, murder or suicide. '' to issue the warrants. As Mr. Boone .when he came off he was cool and After his death the warden of the I I president of Mexico if he resigns his

petition of the Orlando Board of The Hoboken police have locked up I is one of those 'who will be inconvenienced smiling. Adjournment was taken until state farm made public a brief statement office, presents himself a candidate

Trade relative to the calling of a bond a comely young woman of 24 years he can not be accused of morning. which was confided to him three i I for president before the Mexican peo-

election for the construction of brick giving her name as Adele Schimel,' stubbornness in the matter. More- weeks ago by "Old Bill," when the ple in an election to be called for October -

roads in Orange county. who came from Germany with the over, the city clerk consulted City So- VERMONT DOES NOT WANT latter was first taken sick. I 26 and is declared the winner.

The press of matters incident to man recently, and who had been with licitor LeRoy Giles yesterday in regard THAW IN THAT STATE "Bill," at this time, said that his Such resignation and candidacy will

the division of the county funds with him at the boarding house. What to the question, and was advised I real name was George Anderson, and I I be regarded by the United States as

Seminole county added to the routine she has been able to tell about that there was only one safe way for Cavendish, Vt, Sept. 4.-It appearsnow that his home was California, where only a subterfuge.- The only way for

prevented an earlier consideration of Schoete indicates that he had lost or the matter to be handled and that was that Harry Thaw entered Can- he was born of fairly well-to-do par-[I''the Mexican government to gain rec-

the petition which was presented at had been robbed of a letter of credit I''the I regular way through the approval ada from Vermont. The village of I ents. In the old days, he said, he had I ognition from the United States is to
have head other than Huerta elected
the August meeting. for $32,000, and, according to her of council. As the matter Beecher Falls, where he left the train, been a member of the Jesse James a -

It is agreed by the commissionersthat : story, he had talked of suicide. I stands the bills will not be paid until is on the Vermont side of the bound- gang. I! at a fair and free election. If
the road question is one of vital Schoete bore the stamp of wealth Huerta insists on accepting "office
I a quorum of council can be mustered ary. The only relative whose name he
the and that no and refinement and spoke both Eng- Governor Allen M. Fletcher said again the situation will remain just
importance to county and they are formally approved. This mentioned is a sister, Mrs. W. J. Gil-
precipitate or ill-considered action lish and German fluently. At a Hoboken does not apply to the weekly payroll, that he did not wish to make an offi- mer, who was living, when he last i jas it was when the negotiations were

would be taken in regard to it. There- hotel, at which he had stopped j which the clerk has the authority to cial statement as to the attitude of heard of her, at Bellingham Bay,Van-|broken off. The administration is in.
fore the whole of the day of Tuesday, just after his arrival, he had eaten I' pay.I Vermont should Thaw be returned to I couver. Whether she is still alive is dined I to put faith in Gamboa's note
: that under the
September 16, will be given to a dis- unusually expensive meals and or-I I Mr. Boone has been clerk of coun- this state. The governor, however, a fact unknown. constitution Huerta
not be candidate for election
cussion of the subject, if it turns out dered the best vintage that money |cil for seven years and he recalls a had before him a statement by Attor-:: "Old Bill," in the statement whichhe can a as
that the citizens of the county showa could buy. I similar hitch occurring some ney General Rufus E. Brown, which, president.
years made three weeks ago to the war- These
sufficient interest in it to attend the His companion, who said she first which managed in the executive said, best expressed his impressions were conveyed
ago was some den, said that he was seventyoneyears Lind
and lend their counsel to the met him the I I view. through and O'Shaughnessy,
on steamship coming
meeting but he does the own
manner not recall old, and that his life, from his who said to have gained much
deliberations.It from told the that The general said he
Germany police con-
It has been attorney
procedure. suggested I early youth, had been devoted to rob- from talks held with Gamboa. Presi-
is desired that those Schoete planning to California sidered Thaw undesirable and dangerous
especially was a trip -I that the an -
city employes secure bery. But throughout that time he dent Wilson' and
persons who opposed the bond issue on banking business, and that advances from the banks certiI I' person, and that if he had the Secretary Bryan
4 upon had killed no man, although the Jesse conferred today with William Bayard
when it was previously submitted to I he had pleaded with her to go with fication of the and chairman authority to do so he would surren-
I mayor 1I James gang, of which he was a mem- Hale, who has been gathering exact
a vote shall be present, and express him. In one of Schoete's trunks four j tern of the finance committee that!' der the fugitive to the police of New-
I, pro ber, had been less tender. And all information on the developments in
their views. It is assumed that a kinds of deadly poisons found. I Ii York state.
were bona fide
i they are employes and are I the while, he continued, speaking with :Mexico: for the past four months.
considerable change in the sentimenthas An autopsy will be performed. I' due certain amounts. It may be that)I i "If I had the authority and were to the sincerity of a man who knows I None would discuss the conference.

taken place.. It is known that a i some such expedient will be resorted i iI exercise it," said Mr. Brown, "I that he is dying, he had maintained a i A close friend of the president said

good many prominent citizens who { to if it is ascertained that a' fourth : should surrender Thaw to the state i code of honor peculiar to himself, but I today that the time had arrived and
did not favor the issue are now sup- member of council be of New York. I consider him not
can not proJduced no less exacting for that reason. i conditions demanded a sharp and vital
porting the movement to have an- I within reasonable time. I only an undesirable, but a dangerous I
a He avoided violent crimes he I change in the administration policy
other election called. In view of GROW BAMBOO SHOOTS !I "It is of inconven-:I person. However, should Thaw be ,
I no particular robbed corporations rather than individuals with reference to Mexico. Nothingbut
these conditions the commissionerswish r I in Vermont and the state of New
I fence to the employes, said one of and he believed in alternat- I such a radical change can pro-
to arrive as nearly as possibleat ( them but the I I York seeks to have him surrendered
yesterday, merchants! ing charity with robbery. But he put duce satisfactory results, he said. .
the temper of the citizens in regard ROWLAND and others who furnish the f'I simply on the ground that he had escaped -
JOHN S. MAKES A ; necessi- his faith in religion. Even at the i
to the proposed election. Theydo ties will be from their from an insane asylum, it probably no I I
kept getting
DISCOVERY AND INDUCES | time of his brief statement to the:II
not wish to call an election if the would be an altogether different
on time that's what I most WINTER PARK LOSES IN
I money ;
warden he asked that be
proposed bond issue is foredoomed to CELESTIAL IMMIGRANT I matter." no preacher I
defeat. That would be futile and i hate The about it.who work about'the I The attorney general added that he I I allowed to see him, and that religion

would retard for an indefinite time Growing bamboo shoots for market I men city I could not see how Thaw could get should have no place at his death bed. FIRST GAME OF SERIES
building do not to be in
seem any asked the of
in' He privilege
the, movement to construct a systemof may become a profitable industry : considerable distress the into Vermont by any legal means, although simply dying -
over delay I
: And his death likea
Orange county soon, and the reason'why quietly. was
hard roads in Orange county.It I he might have entered Canada -
that will be occasioned in the receipt
is proposed to gather as much wind how it came inter. .of their pay checks, but they will undoubtedly -I through the point of entry at child dropping to sleep. ORANGE TEAM WAS NOT IN IT

information as can be obtained con- esting. i be glad when their sus- I Beecher Falls. lie thought it probable WITH TilE FAST PLAYERS

cerning the cost of roads, and an object John S. Rowland, Orlando's most': is ended. ; that Canada would cooperatewith OF PALATKA OUTFIT
of the meeting is to gather as original citizen and prominent gro-i I I I the authorities of New York I I ---

nearly as possible the necessary information cer, was in New York recently and II I and return the prisoner direct to that I i "Palatka 9, Winter Park 0; outclassed

to determine the locationof betook himself and a pair of friends'I FROM NEBRASKA BY AUTO state."I I KEEP ITS CONTRACTMIAMI'S i I ; could not hit; big league."

the roads which are to be built in to Chinatown to feast on edible birds' I feel," said the attorney general I I Such was the tragic summary of

the event the proposed bond electionis nests and shark's fins and other delicacies I TO TOWN Of ST CLOUD "as they do in New Hampshire-that : --- I, the game as received by telegraph by

called and carried.It that appeal to one when in the i Vermont does not want Thaw withinits DEEP WATER PROJECT the Sentinel last night from the Win

is likely that this call will arouse whirl of the great city. I I : limits." LAGS BECAUSE COVENANTIS I ter Park boys who went up to con-

the active interest of a great many Part of the menu was printed in! UNUSUAL TRAVELING OUTFIT NOT OBSERVED test the amateur championship with

who have hitherto not taken much interest Chinese but part was in plain United ]Ir I ATTRACTS ATTENTION AS IT ; --- 'I the Palatka team.

in the matter for the reason r States and this part Mr. Rowlandand GOES THROUGH ORLANDO GEORGE COnAN INJURED Miami, Sept. 4.-Miami's future i I The schedule was to play two

that it is bringing the question to a his friends had no trouble in de-!I [from a maritime point of view de- games in Palatka, and in the event

determinable focus. ciphering, but they were puzzled none Early yesterday morning an automobile -! IN AUTO ACCIDENT :pends to. a considerable extent, upon I that the Winter Park team won ore
The hour for the meeting has notbeen i I trailed covered of i ii I ;the of filed ;I
the less when they saw "bamboo by a wagon iI I outcome a recently game of the two, a third game was to
positively set, but it is likely shoots" on the list of things to eat. i I the prairie (schooner type passed I I in federal court by District Attorney be played on the Orlando grounds.
that the crowd will be assembled by "Bamboo shoots!" exclaimed Rowland -I i through Orlando, and attracted much FAMOUS ACTOR AND DAUGHTER -I Herbert S. Phillips, in which he seeks Since the above telegram was received -

ten o'clock and that the subject will at the smiling Chink. "What ,: attention as it went. I RECEIVE SERIOUS INI 'I'jto force the Florida East Coast railway I there seems little upon whichto

be entered into without any formalityto d'ye think you're giving us? What're:I The wagon bore the word "Nebraska -I I I to live up to the terms of a con- base hope that the third game will
speak of. It is to be a mass meet- they for?" I ," and it was learned that the party [tract made with the government when take place. There was great interestin

ing of the citizens whose interest in composed of two women and a i the first improvement work was done these games, as the following from
"Heap muchee good; Mexican man Special to The Sentinel .
the public welfare will suggest a I man, had made the journey all the I Hartford Conn. 4. on the Miami harbor a decade or the St. Augustine Record will wit-
Sept. -George
frank much like; tly some, fiend of mine, I I
and friendly discussion of the from the western state '
make hair glow slick." i j\vay just as M. Cohan, one of the most popular more ago. ness:
proposed improvements. I they were going when they reached actors on the American stage, and The railroad agreed to do considerable -I j "The Palatka baseball team will
So they ordered and got it-bamboo Orlando. The auto in front affordedthe his fourteen year old daughter, Geor-' dredging work, provided the'I play the famous Winter Park nine on

CONRAD ACKRE DISMISSEDON shoots, served on toast like aspara I' motive power for the wagon that[ gia, were seriously injured in an automobile -! government did other work of similar'I the Palatka ball grounds tomorrow

BLIND TIGER CHARGE gus. "But it's got asparagus beat trailed behind, and which containedthe I accident near here today. i character, but the government is said !:afternoon and Friday afternoon, the
forty ways for Sunday, said Mr. worldly goods of the pilgrims. I Two other actors of Cohan's companywere to have delayed a portion of the work i games commencing at 3:30 o'clock.

Conrad Ackre Rowland (sterday to the Sentinelman. They were on the way to St. Cloud, also injured. : for a time, and the railroad likewise I These games promise to be intensely
was arraignedin You don't know what's I
good I the little town in Osceola 1!
Mayor I county I delayed fulfilling its part of the con- i I exciting, as they will settle the ama-
morning on Reynold's the charge court of keeping yesterday a until you've" eaten bamboo shoots, I which was founded by veterans of FIRE DEPARTMENT CALLED i|!I tract. In the meantime, the East: teur championship of Florida. A
tell vou I the G. A. R. It is supposed that the Coast has extended its line
blind tiger, was dismissed for want I TO BOX CAR BLAZEA : railway large delegation is arranging to go
of sufficient evidence. There % The upshot of the Chinatown trip travelers have purchased a home there' I to one of the finest harbors in the II over from St Augustine. Winter

several witnesses who testified were that was that Mr. Rowland told the pro- : and that the veteran is going thereto blazing box car loaded with lum-i world, and has no further use of i Park has defeated all opponents in "

the liquor taken from Ackre's placein prietor of the Chinese joint that bamboo spend the rest of his days. I ber from the Lockhart company i'I Miami as a port. I[the southern portion of Florida, while

Concord park belonged to them, shoots grew in Orange county, The Sentinel had a long distance I called the Orlando department out at 1 Therefore, the railroad does not I i Palatka has carried off the pennant in

and that they had used the Ackre Florida, so readily and luxuriantlythat telephone message to keep a lookout 11:15 yesterday morning, but the wish to carry out its part of the con-: the northern section. Labor Day Pa-
store as a depository. Attorney John it would be no trouble to grow fw the wagon and a reporter campedon blaze was quickly extinguished and tract with the government, which I II latka beat the fast Lauderdale team

Jones appeared for Ackres and At- all he wanted here, and at a much the main road from the north fora the contents of the car were not damaged -' would require an expenditure of sev- i I at Palatka by a score of 12 to 8, and

torney L. G. Starbuck prosecuted the cheaper cost than he could import long while waiting to get the story, Only a hole in the roof of the eral hundred thousand dollars, and yesterday the same team by a score

case. them from China. The proprietor is but the travelers took another route car resulted from the fire, which was District Attorney Phillips, representing of 8to1"

a wealthy person and is coming down I: and entered town by a different road, supposed to have been caused froma Uncle Sam, has filed suit in the i
shortly to select a site and start a with the result that the of I
THE WEATHERLocal reporter spark thrown by a Seaboard en- hope forcing compliance. 1 Go to Curtis & O'Neal for the
bamboo farm. It is expected that missed them. The party stopped at gine. The fire occurred in the vicin-! Attorneys for the railroad were recently I cheapest and best line of bound books,
e t bamboo shoots on toast will be a Cook's garage for a short time, but ity of the Standard Oil company's granted an extension of time in' 50 cents.

showers Friday and Satur much sought after dish in the local were uncommunicative, except con- tanks, and this circumstance caused which to answer the bill filed by Phil-. ;

tJ, day; moderate southeast winds. hotels this winter. cerning the point of destination. I some fear for a time. lips. I Be Dp-to-dite, read Th'e Sentinel i.


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FINAL TARIFF VOTE. He has carried to the Hague Secre- .. III II C 1111I1111111111111 0 III II e 1I111 t t I"1I1111 t t+
i By Victor Elliot. tary of State Bryan's plan for pro-
moting universal peace, and submitted -
Washington, September 3rd.-The it to a committee of the Inter-par- ran o Opera House Saturday Sept.e l.
close of the tariff debate is drawingnear iamentary Union, a peace organization ,
and the final vote on the mea- of which Senator Burton is a
sure will be taken in the Senate. The member. In the meantime he is paired -

alignment of the final vote can be with SenatQr Thomas, of Colorado. SPECIAL ENGAGEMENTORLANDO'S
forecasted with certainty. The Dem- Senator Thomas during the greater GREAT

ocrats, without exception beyond the Dart of the debate has been paired
two Senators from Louisiana, will with Senator Root, of New York,but Mr. EDOUARD D'OIZEAssisted
vote for the measure, although there that Senator returned the last weekin
are many items in the bill which some AugustANNUAL by :MISS: EUGENIA FLAGG
of the Democrats will have a hard I SHIRT SALE
And an all New York Shakespearean Companyin
time explaining to their constitutents. MEETING AMERICANASSOCIATION.

The Republicans, on the other hand, -
both progressive and regular, will
the bill. The singles ..
vote solidly against Special to The SentinelIontreal
in the Senate, Poi-
progressive -
Sept. 3.-Facing man of "The Merchantof
also will vote
dexter of Washington
the men who have been blamed for .
against flip hill the control of the "Trusts" over politics -
The vote will stand, if cast in
fUll,1 and evasion of the law by cor-
48 to 47 in favor of the bill. porations, Judge N. Charles Burke, Venice"A
seat in the Senate is vacant, that of the Court of Appeals of Maryland, Brown & Lar t idue's' .
the late Senator I
formerly occupied by -.addressing the American Bar Association -
of Alabama, whose
Johnston successor -
sketched the rise
D. here today Car Load of Scenery, Costumes and Effects f
Henry Clayton was appointed -
and fall of the corporation in ?
by Gov. O'Neal but has not been pOlitiC-I
al power during the past J
seated the Senate. His credentialshave
wound up with the statement that the I ')
been referred to the Senate com- "people were now pretty well free- PRICES: Night..2.">c, SOc, Sl.OO and Sl.::o *
mittee and elections be-
on privileges
they have in a very large measure re-
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Senators believe that the )
cause vun

the governor constitutional many had no authority amendment in view for the of covred said"Begining Judge their Burke political in the, "the early power.public seventies service," See Tin in \Win owREAll t Seats on Sale Frida}'. September Butt's >>

direct election of Senators, to appointMr. *
and industrial corporations went into .'llleCIIGIIOIICOOItl ollll 'OIIICIIIIIOllttJIOIIIIIIIIIIIOOO
without first
Clayton receiving politics. It resulted in building upa
special permission from the State
great industrialism in which the
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rights of man were in a large meas-

their Senators is votes expected will, though not that be they present several undoubtedlywould to of cast the ure"t\A perty-to'U> "fitn&p'I sacrificed". the interests to the rights of a privileg-of pro-I f For r The Next 1 T Thirty! 1We 1 Bays

make heroic sacrifices to come "Many of the evils to which I have
to the Senate chamber and cast their '
referred have been corrected, and SENTINEL-FOR
ballots probably if will it were be.paired necessary.with Senatorson But they others The people will be are redresed now prety in due well ) I Ii will be pleased to list both city and county

the opposing side. Senator Cul- they have in a very large measure recovered : property, both improved and unimproved. A postal or
berson, of Texas, who has been ill their political Theyare
during the entire session and who has power. telephone call will bring a representath.e.i .
bent revolution and des-

been necticut absent is one from of Washington these. -It in is Con-said truction ation not by, reasonable but upon upon rational social and recuper-politi- See ur N w WFelt it f lt Hays t I II I

that he could
come to cast his vote cal reform. The state nad national i RITTAIN & WAY
if it were necessary. He is paired governments have full control of the I i

with Senator Dupont, of Delaware, situation, and full power to deal with I _
who has been in ill health and has and correct the wrongs of which the Lace Banding I REAL ESTATE AND INVESTMENTS
been abroad all summer. I
people complain. 15 SOUTH ORANGE AVENUE
Senator Burleigh, of Maine, Repub- II
lican, who has not been able to I I
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to Washington since he went to Bal- opened in Jacksonville by Antonio i AT REDUCED PRICES I --
timore soon after being sworn in last Martinez. In connection with the
new General Law, of Bartow, wanted to Sparkman would have been a kind of
March 4, to undergo a series of operations Mr. Martinez that he .
factory .
says be postmaster at that place and his superman if he hadn't opposed General
also will not be on hand to intends to install locker
a system. appointment was opposed by Con- Law because General Law has
vote. which will enable customers to i i
gressman Spakrman and another man opposed Sparkman every time he has
Senator Burton, of Ohio, is expected cigars and keep them ii> individual I
got the place. Now it is said that :had a chance. These are merely hu
to return to Washington from lockers. He will also install a cedar 'I I
I General Law's friends are going to man reasons. Can't our congressmenrise
Europe about September 13 and may lined compartment to keep his manu- Agents for Barclay Corsets
I make it hot for Sparkman, whereupon above the limitations of human
be here on time to vote on the bill. factured goods in.
I the Tampa Times thinks that clay

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WILL DO IT AGAIN TODAY Umbrellas for some inscrutable rea
son,for the seasons In South Africa are r

Juvisy, France, Sept. 3.-A French Dot so changeable as ours are much MIIMIIMMMHIMMIItt : THE MARKETOf

aviator named Peoud "looped the need by the Boers. In common with What You Want
our own views the Boer believed thatan
loop" while flying at a height of 1,500 umbrella save a man in air of dis-

feet in his aeroplane. He afterward tlo<,tlon. though the shaking spi ; How You Want It Cleanliness Of QualityFRESH j

descended without injury. mens they tarried which reminded u

Pegoud recently caused a sensationby one very much of Sairey Gamp, would When You Want It
from aeroplanewith not have been calculated to possess AND SALT MEATS
dropping safely an 0
this attribute among our own country
a parachute. He announced be- itHIMMMMMMMMIIH4TT
,,'pn. Where these umbrellas came FISH AND GAME .
fore leaving the ground that he intended from Is one of the many unknown For anything in the .

to turn a somersault in the air 'arts of the old time republic. They ff line of PRINTING I r- ., Kept under the best sanitary conditions.

with his aeroplane, and his move- were bi; and bulky as a rule of al- \ come to us and we

ments were followed closely by a aca. and the catch was generally outof will guarantee you I Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh

large body of observers. order but they were always to be satisfactory work at prices LEARX ABOUT I and

When he reached a height of about found In the guest room when the that are RIGHT. our quality confections by a trial purchase pure.
"old man" was at home and alwaysooompanied
3,000 feet he turned the nose of his him in the spider when of a pound box of our We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have

machine straight toward the earth bp Journeyed into town on Saturday. MMMMMMtMMMMMMMUXXIMAKERS CHOCOLATESBOX everything in the Meat Line.

and darted downward with his motor They were rarely opened in public. BOXS

working at full power. After plung- because if the weather was wet the
about feet with frightful Boer stayed at homt An umbrella l\ A "pointer" for the person wanting
ing 1,200 Notices of Lost Wanted, For Sale, For I The PARLOR MARKET \
velocity he changed the position of not considered necessary on horse- Rent. etc. for this column 25c for one day, the best at a reasonable price-the
hark as a rule but the Boer carried 50c for three days or 75c for one week, "for
his rudder and caused the aeroplaneto 25 words or less. Money must accompany utmost in purity and deliciousness.

turn a complete vertical circle. The It driving there in just his the spider same find as often he did used when" it the insertions advertisements will be made for on this credit.column as no Daintily packed and in the original H. M. Self & Co.

machine then glided down in a huge as ,t whip to urge bis steers on.-Out- shapes and variety of flavors.

spiral volplane and alighted gently fitter. MISCELLANEOUSNasturtium
, the ground.
BUTT'S KitchenOur
Rapid Voice Culture. setd at McElroj's.Money .
Pegoud will repeat the feat tomorrow -
"Teaching the voice is a difficult Phone No. 80
in the presence of a committeeof task." said a great singer. "It Is a fine to loan on improved prop-

military officers.; thing to be a good teacher. Some pu- erty. S. Y. WAY. job department is equippedwith MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMIMMMMMIIMMMMMMMMMMM

pals are so very stupid! up-to-date faces of type, modern
LOCAL BANK BUYS "You can no more hurry a voice than Hotel Breakers, Daytona Beach; a machinery and competent workmen,

ST. JOHNS COUNTY BONDS yon can hurry a flower but most pupils new hotel; has all modern conveniences and prepared to turn out beautifuland

want to become star singers in a ; fronts on Ocean just southof artistic work. Estimates fur- US figure on your Job Printing

St Augustine, Sept. 3.-The First month or two. ocean pier. Rates $2.50 per day nished and satisfaction guaranteed.
"A lady said to one of my friends a and upwards. Special rates by the ..
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National bank has advised the boardof superb teacher: -- - -- - - - -- ---- -- - --- -
week or month. We make a specialty -
county commissioners that it would -'I'm going abroad next month and MMMMMMMM
of sea food dinners Thursday evenings -
take the entire bond issue of $70,000at I[ want twenty-live lessons in voice culture

par. A proviso of the propositionis -'Impossible.before 1 sail'' said the teacher. and Sunday noon. 7-8-tf. flmmmmmmmmu 1i"'IIIII"I"1 I II Ml I Ml IIIIIMOM Ml MMiMMMMMMMMMMMMI.

that the money be deposited with
"'Why impossible?* said the lady. M I I I
the bank and the bonds be redeemedin
could take two lessons a day some
horse buckboardand
$5,000 blocks. days.. harness. T. J. Shepard, No. 5 11111111111111..1
The board accepted the offer of the "'Or better still,' said my friend W. Jackson street. 9-5-3t z r:3
First National bank, and the funds sarcastically you could take the whole

will shortly be at the disposal of the twenty five lessons all at once one Garden seed at McElroj's.,
after the other. A day would do It. Aas
commissioners for the surfacing of:
then.* ASK your grocer for Jackson Square
St. Johns county roads and for sev- Coffee. 6-21-tf.
'Splendidr: cried the lady. 'Shall we

eral bridges. make it -Exchange.. A fine Jersey milk cow; second calf, 1iiii
fresh in. Apply Box 705, Orlando. e
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GOOD FEDERAL JOBS Sweet corn classified by botanists as FOR SALE-New modern five-room
Zea saccharatd. is a variation of Zea house, centrally located. Apply this W. FOR
which is office. 7-1 d & w tf
mays regarded as a tnootypk
One Leesburg and One Arcadia Man '
genus. It first came into cultivation in :
in High Positions in Government BUY a lot in Thornton Park, a nice
the region about Plymouth. Mass.. in
Printing Ofiice suburb in east part of the city. Cat $$14OO
1779. being received from the Indians
Jensen. ___
of the Susquehanna. Whether some ____
Washington, D. C., Sept.* .-Senator -i Indian Burbank originated it (lr FOR SALE-Five room cottage, good Number 187 -

Fletcher, today, landed two of the whether it was the result of careful location, two blocks from business $14.00 Number 52$20.00What

juciest plums in the government selection by copper colored cultivators section; a bargain if taken soon. Ad-
Is now unknown. Prior to 1S54 only kind of a coal or wood range could you get for $14.00 or $20.00 But then, you can't
printing office for two south Floridamen. dress, W. 0. S.,
two varieties of sweet corn were compare these neat and handy ranges to coal l or wood stoves, because a Gas Range is a coal
W. M. Pratt, of Leesburg, was known but In 1S99 sixty-one distinct FOR SALE-Two good sound and stove with a college education." A Gas Range doesn't radiate heat through all four sides to heat
made foreman of the night proof: sorts were listed. We do not know gentle mules. Fine workers tad up the kitchen and waste fuel, all the heat is used where it is needed and there is always just
room at a salary of $2,700, while A. when sweet corn was introduced to a bargain, if taken at once. Call on the amount you want. Neither do you have to "lug" coal or wood for a Gas Range-just twist
the wrist and strike match. ORLANDO WATER AND LIGHT CO. Gas .
address C. Whitney Wright, Or-
M. Forrester, of Arcadia, was chosen Europe. Field corn was introduced In or
assistant foreman of the linotype section 1562. Sweet corn has been attracting lando, Fla. - 7-10 d &-w
attention in Great Britain
some for
several years but is not yet generally
made Starr Piano
Both men are well known in Flori- .
grown. William Cohbett. the politicianand Co., Richmond, Ind. Cost $700 new,
da newspaperdom and both have writer who died in 1835. tried to slightly used, good shape in every respect -
served many years in government popularize the culture of field corn Will make some reduction for MMMMIMMMM MIMMiIMMMMMMMMMMM
printing offices. The positions come and grew It for some, years at his farmIn cash. Music with same. For further '' MMM MIMIMMMMMMIUM MMMMMMMM
as well deserved promotions.A Surrey.-Rural New Yorker. information apply to P. 0. Box 114
Winter Garden Fla. 7-10-dwtf
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Pleasant Hypocrites.In SPECIAL PRICES j
a school 1 once attended the most

popular girl was the most tactful one. 10 room house, can be used for 2
Atlanta, Sept. 3.-Just when it ,was As far as I know only one girl dislikedher. families, modern, in good condition;
predicted that freak feminine fash- That girl was spiteful, cross and lot 70x230, fronting on one of the
ions and daring gowns had reached therefore not very well liked. Do you prettiest lakes in town, and on two
know what she nsed to call our idol streets. Easy terms. If you want
the extreme limit in Atlanta, Miss A hypocrite. The words bothered me something good and cheap see us. We always have special prices, but we

Elinor Macy, a pretty society girl, not a little and I spoke to my ohm 8-295t-eod LORD & BRADSHAW. do have sales. .
raised the limit by appearing at a about it, but siie answered me in her net: any
party dazzlingly garbed in a clinging thoughtful little way: Our plan is to take the money it would
gown made from the skin of a boa "Well. I guess that may be. Betty is Bliss Triumph. Now ready for

constrictor.It a hypocrite if being a hypocrite means fall planting. cost to make a sale, and put it into Real -
saying little kind things based on small
was literally a snake skin dress W. E. HUDSON
the broad skin being wound tightly things pretexts no and matter leaving how nnaid'the good a unkind reason 8.261w. P. 0. Box 58, Orlando. Bargains, such as will be to our custom-

around her slender figure, over a there is for saying them. But she's a ers'advantage..
clinging foundation of colored silk. mighty comfortable person to Dave FOR RENT
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around. I wish that the world was r- We mention few articles that will
FOR RENT-Cottage end fiat, fur a go
full of such !
CITRUS FRUIT INSPECTORS I nished and unfurnished.
NAMED BY GOV. TRAMMEL Herald. 6-26 tf. JAMES A. KNOX. at reduced prices :

Cheese. WANTED I Regular $ 2.50 and $3,00 White Pique
Tallahassee, Sept. 3.-Governor The British are the greatest cheese

Park Trammell has appointed to be eaters iu the world. England also WANTED-Plain sewing of all Skirts at $1.74.

citrus fruit inspectors under the pro- beads the list for diversity of cheeses kinds. 13 Church street, over Favorite -
seventeen different varieties being produced Regular $1.50 and $ 2.00 White Skirts
visions of chapter 6515, acts of 191: theater. 9-3-1mo.
there. France comes next and
from Sept. 1st, 1913 to Nov. 5th, 1913,
then Italy Holland. and Swe
Norway LOST AND FOUND at 96 Cents.A .
the following gentlemen, all of whom den. British cheeses are all made

have received their commissions! am from cows* milk and without any admixture LOST-On west Church street, bunchof new line of Shirt Waists and Balkan

entered upon the discharge of their save in the case of "loaf" keys. Finder please return to

duties: cheddar, which is sometimes flavored G. L. Gaston, Orlando Business Col Blouses from 46 Cents up.

W. 1.. Edwards, Ocaia; J. W Knight with sage leaves. Foreign cheese make lege. 9-3-3t
ers show I less exclusiveness. Roquefort 25 Per Cent off on Shoes.MMMMMMMMIH .
City J. P.
; Pylant, Bartow N.
; Is made from sheep's milk and FOUND-A riding skirt. Owner can
0. Penny, Vero. Gruyere from milk.A i
'I i get same by calling at the Sentinel
+ office and paying for this ad.
NEWS FROM ALL Habit of Thought.

PARTS OF FLORIDA "TV eqnator is an imaginary line i I '

Augustine Preparations to pave are being Bay street made in from St. learned running boy"An who Imaginary at around likes the line.tell earth.1" what repeated said be has the the ;I'I I onds. They received ANNOUNCEMENTJust look- --new-good-lot to-factory us. sec-- H. Kauller's r' N w Y rK Bargaill r[ t r Urlauffo[

It the Plaza to the fort along the sea great railway financier absentmindedly. I. W. PHILLIPS & SONS.

wall with either brick or asphalt.A "Who's promoting It"T-Washington UMIMMMMMIMMMIKMIIM*

large addition is being made to
the C. H. & N. railroad machine shop In New York. I J. O. ANN *
No. Marjorie there is a difference between .
in Arcadia, doubling the capacity and I

the number of men employed.The taxicabbist A taxidermist a taxidermist isn't skins so and particular animals a taxirabbi and be'll a The Boys'o Clothier! Stylish t aod $eryicea le are aDd ccessories at fconmnlcal Prices

city commissioners of St. Petersburg kin anybody.-New York Clipper.

have called an election to be 45 W. Church StreetMMMMMMMiniMMM.

held in that city October 7 to author- Superfluous. Suits for men, women or boys. If you intend to spend the holiday out of

ize an issue of $227,050 for municipal Casey (teaching Hogan to swlmi Dresses for women and girls. town do not forget these:

improvements.Last Now kape yer mouth shut and breathe Straw or felt hats or caps for man or boy. UMBRELLAS
through your nose. Hogan;: And ; YOU WILL SAVE MONEY New Neckwear.
pbwat else end breathe PARASOLS
a man through * * * * * * * 1* *
week Mr. Fletcher's cotton gin wid his mouth shut ye tnle?-l'uck. j i| By Getting Prices on your Crepe and muslin waists. RAINCOATS

in Live Oak was burned. All the gin- - Brick and Stone Work Wool and cotton dress skirts. Suit Cases, Grips or Trunks-a Complete

ning machinery was destroyed but A Legitimate Excuse. Before Building. Balkan blouses. Line.

the engine which had been taken out "Please teacher, mother says can Phone or Write
Albert David sit by 'isself this mornin'.

intended some time running ago, Mr.his Fletcher gin this having year toe Londoa'e'. got Punch.a touch o' the tneasles- i ; Acme Brick and Come in and pay us a visit something anytime justto to interest look around.. We feel sure ywi will see

with electricity.The Stone Works 1IL

"Let the loan be laughing going
Sentinel does commercial print- borne"- e.. treat well Vat Is bor- ; ; MAITLAND, FLORIDACHAS. SALOMON ORLANDOk
ing as good as the best. rowed-fa an old proverb. ,


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THE DAILY I THE SACRIFICE IMPOSED BY II in Orlando willing and able to make of Mandarin, where they may be seen

PUBLIC SERVICEIt the necessary sacrifice to serve well 'leaping during day and night hours. ,

South Florida SentinelMORNING their city and those who are an integral The tarpon, or silver kings, do not : SECONDSNEW

part of its government The often come as far north as Jackson- FACTORY

AND WEEKLY is not for the purpose of rehashing service to be good and sufficient and ville in large numbers, and their ap-
Editor and Owner of Mr. and!
acceptable must be largely a sacrificial pearance in the St. Johns means
-Entered-at the-postoffite- -at Orlando. Floe his salary that this article is written, service. The compensation will! great sport for fishermen, who want ) LOT JUST RECEIVED, AND
ida, M Second Class Mail Matter. but rather to use the incident as a : than : I
be hardly more enough to repair real fishing. Tarpon are annually
and illustration for the THEY LOOK JUST AS GOOD AS
SUBSCRIPTION RATES starting point the losses which such men in office caught in large numbers in the bays

lesson contained in it. The Bryan would sustain. It can hardly be called and gulf south of Tampa, and along TilE GUARANTEED CASINGS,

THE DAILY SENTINEL matter has served a wholesome example compensation, in fact. It might bet- the lower Atlantic coast. They reacha

One Year*....................$5.00 and afforded subject for com- ter be termed an honorarium. In all weight of over 200 pounds, leap AND WITH DUE CARE WILL

Six Months ................... 2.50 ment which must lead the public intoa times men have been found to take from 5 to 15 feet out of the water, GIVE THE FULL GUARANTEED

Three Months ............... 1.25 line of thought to which it is little hold of the public affairs and give when hooked, and a particularly game

in Orlando 50 cents per accustomed. Mr. Bryan stated that their time and the benefit of their fish is seldom landed in less than two MILEAGE AND COST YOU
By news
month. Daily and Sunday. his fixed obligations, such as church superior intelligence and experienceto hours, even by experts. Tarpon fish- ABOUT ONE TIIIRD LESS.

The Orlando Morning Sentinel can be foundon and charity and life insurance, the task of bettering public condi ing attracts many millionaire sports- -
ale in Orlando at Curtis 4 Neal'i Book amounted to nearly seven thousand a
Store, and Wright Brothers. tions. George Washington did it men to Florida during the summer
and his house rent in Washington
-We will appreciate prompt complaint if year when he refused to accept the salaryof months.
delivery is not promptly made by our carriere. run the figure to more than ten the president's office. He did not I --

Advertising rates will be furnished on ap- thousand, and that the remaining two need the money, and he would not{11' 1IICIIIIIIII'I..i.- - -

plication. thousand was not sufficient to cover accept it in pay for what he had done. j'::

year THE by mail WEEKLY postage SENTINELPer paid.......$1.00 I his current expenses. We do not sup- This was a dignified way of letting":: Gasoline 20c
doubts the state- . SERVICE
that SHOP
Address THE SENTINEL, Orlando. Florida. pose any one the people know that he placed a I
Office 107 Court Street. Arcade Building. ment. There are many men of less I :
Phone 24. higher value upon his services than
prominence whose expenses are much (: GULF GASOLINE 22cThat
they did. To repeat, we say that all
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1913. greater. Prominence in public life public service of a high character TilE KIND THAT BRINGS ACUSTOMER .

makes a man a target for contributions '
carries with it an essential element of is the way several of the BACK THE NEXT
Suppose Thaw should die, would I I to various causes that are escaped by personal sacrifice to those who are leading in
garages a big Georgiacity
Jerome allow the undertaker to take others, and it is to be assumed that called to office. It is to be hoped that TIME, FOR IT INCLUDES PUMPING -
has his share of such mat- had theirsigns read not so
him? Mr. Bryan the people of Orlando will be fortu-i
o ters to pay. But over and above andbe.ond long ago. TIRES, FILING OIL LAMPS,
nate enough to secure such men as :
all of this there the H+H+
of the
Impeachment is the appears
city commissioners. If such men are I j AND KEEPING CAR NICELY POL-
day. The of Mayport has essential element of self sacrifice in I .
mayor chosen as are capable only of com- There must be a reason for it. +
been impeached. the public service. It isn't true of ISHED. ALL THIS IS A PART OF
manding the wages attached to the t
the office of of state alone CULF GASOLINEIS
BM M -{\B B B ;
offices there will be incompetence, OUR SHOP SERVICE D IT IS j
The Winter Park boys, local it is true rather of nearly every mismanagement and dissatisfaction to t BETTER

champs, seem to have gone up againstthe branch of the public service. This follow their administration of affairs. However it does not cost FREE.
fact does not deter from seeking you .
real thing at Palatka. men -
The important thing that confronts J any more in Orlando than the
public office, and of them
o many 1
the people of Orlando is to insist upon other kind. Y
McReynolds says that he is being seek such preferment solely to realize the selection of such men as will hon

made the goat of the administration.The the emoluments thereof-that can .1....
or the office rather than to choose Somebody general had should to be be it.con not equal be truth denied that, and there it may are be said few with who such men whom the office will honor.DANIEL'S .I : P.G.WALTON,Agent : PHILLIPS" & SONS o

'-) assume the duties of the public ser- FIGHT 450

It was a graceful compliment to vice with a full knowledge of the abnegation FOR FREE PRESSAs PHONES j 269 j|[ .

make William H. Taft president of imposed and at the same

the American Bar association. The time with their full consent to as- MMMMIMMIIIIIUHH Ml " MIIMIIIIItlMilfFOR
everybody knows, Hon. Josephus .. , ...
all that the position carries -
to sume -
habit of
being president seems
Daniels, the secretary of the navy, is
with a determination to bear the bur-
hang to some men.
: and editor and
a newspaper publisher ,
den for the good of the public even
in 1904 he made a great fight in North
Frank Huffaker's touches of hu at a personal I lqs.
Carolina, his own state, for the free-
man nature in the Jacksonville Metropolis i The application of the illustrationis
dom of the press. The Saturday
interesting feature.It be made The SEPTEMBER
are an to locally. people of Evening Post tells of it.

helps to brighten up the editorial Orlando will have to choose three Mr. Daniels charged in his paper

page of that publication wonderfully."One commissioners to take up the reins of Purnell
that a federal judge, named ,
0 the city government when the alder-! who is now dead, had acted wronglyin Gifts--The SapphireSEPTEMBER'S

of the best of house thieves," manic system is succeeded by the regard to the appointment of a receiver Birthday

says the Jacksonville Metropolis in commission system. The comment is for a railroad owned by the

describing a burglar who was caughtin being freely made that the salaries
state. Daniels said that the governorof .
that city. Since when did the attaching to the offices are not suffi- the state was in league with the .. I

members of that "profesh" get to be cient to pay men of the caliber demanded men who were trying to wreck the

good by the importance of the po road and then set control of it. THE SAPPHIREEMBLEMOF
sitions. This is undoubtedly true. STONE IS
-- -
? Purnell had Mr. Daniels arrestedfor

Emma Eames has found the life There is a laudable determination on contempt of court and fined him CONSTANCY, TRUTH HAPPINESS AND SUCCESS.LET I

of an opera star too rapid for her and the part of the people to have only $20,000, ordering him to jail until the IN A BRACELET -

has announced her retirement. The the best men who can be found to fill 'fine was paid. The future secretaryof US SHOW IT TO YOU MOUNTED _ _

pace that the world sets for its favorites these positions. This is just as it the navy rose up in court and told HANDY PIN, BAR PIN, LOCKET OR RING, ANYONE
should be. The best will be too I
deprives the world of much none the judge he would rot in jail beforehe
good for the important work before OF WHICH WILL MAKE HER EYES SPARKLE WITH
pleasure. ever paid a cent of that fine.
them. They will be vested with the
-o- The federal judge thought betterof
management of a huge corporationthe DELIGHT.FOR .
It is announced that Col. Henry it and sent Mr. Daniels to be
city of Orlando. Their responsi- THIS BEAUTIFUL, CLEAR-
in in hotel instead MEN WE HAVE
Watterson will retire from the lecture guarded a room a
bility will be great. It will be like ;
platform. Col. Watterson's retirements of the jail. But while in custody the TIE CLASPS AND CUFFLINKS
unto the responsibility that the exec- i BLUE GEM IN ,
are like Patti's last farewells- North Carolina editor kept writingand .
utive board of a railroad bears to its :
they are subject to repetition, and we printing red hoteditorials scorch .
stockholders. Every citizen will
are glad they are. I'ing the judge. After four days of
a stockholder, and the provisions of COME IN AND SEE THEM.T.I1.vanstheJCWCICr.
o' this, Judge Pritchard of the United
the initiative, referendum and recall
The of Governor Blease for States court released Josephus. He
fight may be exercised, but notwithstanding
the office of the News
returned to
the "virtue and womanhood of theSouth" these the commissioners will have
: and Observer and continued to rap
is entirely a self appointed much authority and their responsibility -i

task. What have the women of the should be in keeping with it, and Purnell.
I After that incident there have beenno
South done deserve such cham-
to a their business ability should be no
more attempts on the part of pet-
peen as less. Where can such men be foundto
ty federal judges in North Carolinato
o- work for the relatively
meager muzzle the opinions of the news
Dix wants to see a fair trial for compensation that the places will I
Sulzer. Reminds one of the story of pay? That is the question which is OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE

the mob that had a poor wretch for running through the minds of many,I
The Jacksonville Metropolis says:
horse stealing. A fair trial was insisted but that is not the question which is
"Tarpon, the gamest of all fish, are REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING
upon by the noninterested."Oh most pertinent to be asked in this EXPERT
declared by C. B. Epps, a resident of
we'll give him a fair trial," said connection. That question should be, .
Pleasant View, to have invaded the
the mob leader "and then we'll hang
we not find
men such caliber St. Johns river in the neighborhood -


New York was worked by a fake
newspaper game Sunday. A hundred

thousand copies of a fake newspaper
carrying the "news" of Harry Thaw's San Juan Garage

having been shot while attempting to I IRE.

escape from the Canadian jail were II

sold on the streets, and the detectives faorin Ladies'Furnishings
are trying to find the perpetrators I All that is in

of the fraud. A fellow as cleveras ..
that ought to be awarded a medal BUILT I

instead. II i


Lakeland has a "Curfew Shall Not I and Fancy Notions

Ring Tonight" lad. On the eveningof "

Labor Day a message was given One 1912i, Five Passenger Touring Car, i

this boy to be transmitted to a Jacksonville
complete tires .
newspaper. The lad was a :

telegraph messenger and when he .
tried to find an operator he couldn't $450One i iI

locate one, for they were off for the I

holiday. Then he sat down and sent I

the message himself. The Lakeland Cadillac Five Passenger Touring Car I

Telegram predicts great things for ,

this boy. If he keeps this lick up he complete H SIYJIarionB.

will be a wonderful man.

o $600 .

John T. Dismukes has set the pace

for other humanitarians in Florida.

He offers a thousand dollars a year One 1912 Four
Passenger 30 h.p. Car
to keep the teeth of the children in ,

the public schools of his city in condi- complete Ives

tion. The care of the teeth is gener- _

ally neglected, and the loss of the $550 _

teeth results in bad health and per-

sonal disfigurement Such work as s


wise is better by far than building I Don't forget that our AjaxTires carry a written :

churches or monuments or endowing guarantee of 5,000 miles. ; McCALlUM SILK HOSIERY SeCOnd Floor BOX TON CORSETS

libraries. It is doing something practical I

for the betterment of humanity.J I 1 .

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Everything For School Wear !

' Children's School Dresses Children's School Hose Children's School Shoes

In Ginghams, Percale, Chambray, Lineen and Linen, in The famous "Eiffel," Educator, Dearfoot, "Mothers'Choice" Here we shine! By carrying only those makes that are
t thoroughly reliable and for hard The
good wear. wearing
new designs, colors and effects. and Gypsy makes.
qualities of "Sorosis," "IJ. J. & II.," and "Popularis" are so
In sizes for all ages. In blacks, tans, and whites. well known that they need no eulogy from us.

Prices range 50c., 60c., 75c., 90c. and $1.00. Prices, 10c., 15c., 20c. and 25c. Wear Like Leather. Prices, $1.25, $UiO, $2.00 to $3.00.

il r 1'S ll'' lllill1 r I Our Every stock is well full known and most make comprehensive.stocked llil r ll' UlHIHW l' I

F. N. BOARDMAN, 104-106 South Orange Avenue, ORLANDO

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the city today is Mr. J. A. Murrill, FROM TRIP TO KOUMAMA PLACE BEFORE RAID .
WADE of Mclntosh. '
THE TUNER Harry Kanner has returned froma Chicken thieves were abroad in Orlando : WhattoEat I '
ORLANDO.FLA. Mrs. E. V. Whittaker and daugh- visit of three months to his old Wednesday night, and several
t J1 ters, Misses Carrie and Elizabeth/ home in Roumania. Mr. Kanner left hen roosts were asaulted by them. :
are here from Tampa on a visit to Orlando June 1 and since that time Trusty revolvers were drawn and discharged :
Mrs. B. G. Abernethy.Mr. has been rather constantly on the go, by the proprietors of the said :
Mr. C. G. Poole, of Detroit, Mich., though the greater part of his vacation roosts, but nobody was injured and I CELERY PUMPKIN
is in Orlando today. and Mrs Lawrence Gentile and was spent at Hussy, Roumania, the thieves escaped. It was remarked : CABBAGE STRING BEANSTOMATOES
son Joseph and brother, Mr. Augustus which he left fourteen years ago to as rather singular, not to say signifi- : ONIONS
Dr. W. P. Crigler, of Tampa, is a Gentile, have returned from a seek his fortune in America. He cant, that on the very night that the I
guest of the San Juan. pleasant visit to Cincinnati. landed in New York with but little Orlando Woodmen entertained their : OKR.ALLIGATOR PEARSPINEAPPLES
I IMr. cash, but made his way to Sanford, fraternal brethren of Oviedo with a': PEPPERS .
R. L. James, of Tampa, is a Messrs. D. 0. MaguireJ.. W. where he lived four years, and located chicken pilau that the hen roosts in : SQUASH BANANAS
late arrival at the San Juan. Graves, T. J. Minor and Walter Sims, finally in Orlando and has made Orlando were disturbed. It is only I
I substantial citizens from prosperous his success here. While he was absent fair to say that the chicken pilau was : THE ABOVE ARE A FEW OF THE MANY GOOD THINGS

' Mr. Waiter Drennen returned last Ocoee, were in Orlando yesterday on I his business prospered under the served between the hours of eleven : WE HAVE.
night from a business trip to Jack business. capable management of his wife, so I and twelve in the evening and the hen':
sonville. I that he didn't have to sacrifice his roosts were not attacked until the
I early hours of the following morning -! COME AND SEE FOR YOURSELF.
Miss Genevieve Ivey returned last time entirely in order to visit his .
Mr. J. A. Smith spent last night I night from a visit to relatives and parentland.Mr. i and after the Oviedo Woodmen i
in Orlando while en route from Apop-friends at Melbourne. She will leave I had returned to their homes. i!

ka to Lake Alfred. this afternoon for Fort Meade, where Reese Combs, of Miami, is in TilE BOY SCOUTS ENTERTAINED CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.
she will teach school. the city the guest of his |
brother'l I l
Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Connele are Mr. W. E. Combs. Mr. Our boy scouts had a particularly i I
spending their vacation at Tampa; Mr. R. L Howard, one of Cain & charge of the advertising department jolly time last evening at the home' \ THE SANITARY GROCERY

Pass-a-Grille and St. Petersburg.Mr. I O'Berry's expert'machinists, left yesterday of the Miami Metropolis, and, being,of Mr. E. W. Davis, his son, Robert,:; :
for Tiger Bay, where the com- also scout master of the Miami boy having invited them to "camp" there.;, CARUTHERS & GORE
Whitney Wright left last night'''pany are engaged in doing consider-I scouts, he spent two weeks at Wekiwa -i I The boys made a long march in the'! Phone 200 6 & 8 Pine Street. |
over the Seaboard for Jacksonville,I'able work for the Palmetto Phos- Springs, where he took twentytwo -I afternoon to Lake Underhill, return- ![ fUMIl.tlMIHIMIiMIIMMMIHIIIIHMfillUMIHGolfer's
where he is spending today on busi phate company. boys on their annual hike. They ing with fine appetites to enjoy the'
ness. report a grand time without a single chicken pilau and sandwiches -
I. Mr. and Mrs. T. J .Watkins who await-I
; mishap or accident. On their return ing them. One of the boys aflame
Miss Elizabeth Yowell i is spendinga are summering in Waynesville, N. C., they were met in Orlando by the.| foot and his comrades brought I*I II Supplies
month with her friend, Jessie write that they are enjoying the delights scouts of that place and were showna I him back from the lake on a I
Gedge, at Walloon Lake, near Petos- of the waning summer in that fine time, the entertainment con- stretcher. j
key Mich. section but can not help thinking sisting of auto rides, banquet at the After their supper, the boys had @
I I,I longingly of Orlando.As armory, etc. Mr. Combs will. be.hereseveral "shadow pictures," and merry g-ames,1 I
Mr. A. L Beck, of the Beck Lum-:, and
days on returning home each scout having a royally good time i!t
ber company, returned last night an advertising medium the Sun- will make the trip via Key West and and appreciating much the kindness! Spalding makes everything needed by. the
from a busines strip to points in day newspaper has no equal. If you the oversea railway.-Lakeland Tele- and hospitality of their hosts. There'!
Michigan and Ohio. are skeptical as to the results obtained gram. I were twenty-nine boys in the party. |golf player, and his name is a guarantee of
by the use of printer's ink, try
Miss Martha Young, the popular an advertisment in the Sunday Sen- Mr. Fred B. Smith, of Grand Rap- ORANGE LAND HE !!highest quality of material and workmanship.
stenographer in Lord & Bradshaw's tinel. No copy taken after Saturdaynoon. ids, Mich., has recently purchased WILL TAKE HIS STAND I,
office, left yesterday to visit rela- forty acres of land in Orange county I!
Mr. E. J. Cox was in Orlando yes- Sample clubs carried in stock, or we can .
and Plant
tives in Tampa City. I. which he will have set to grove this
I "Error and the terday on his return from his sum
Repentance are winter. Mr. Smith spent the monthof
After a visit of several days to companions of rashness." Many of July in this vicinity and is greatly mer home in Fairmont, Ind. He was order just the club you specify, in weight
her mother, Mrs. Joseph Bumby, Mrs.J. the errors of life can be avoided by pleased with Orange county and Or- on his way to,his home at Gabriella.j I
M. Maddox and children will returnto doing your purchasing at Boardman's lando in particular. In December Mr. The division of Orange county threw I We furnish the famous
length or shape.
their home in Fort Meade today. Store of Satisfaction. ,The sale of Smith will bring his family and take Mr. Cox's residence on the Seminole i for
Embroideries now on is an his residence in Orlando. county line of the division, but he
eye openerto up I
wants to live in Orange county still, "Never Slip" grips. Red Dot and all Dimple
Mr. Eugene Reed a valued mem- many. i Miss Didia Barlow, one of the
ber of the executive force in the young lady operators in the telephone and is preparing to build him a homeon I.II
State bank, returned yesterday after- The tide of travel has turned south- exchange, left last night on a visit to the Orange county side. balls in stock at all times ,

noon from a visit to Birmingham, ward and reservations on the boats relatives in Lumpkin, Ga. BARN STRUCK BY LIGHTNINGAND I II I
Ala. and Pullman cars have to,be engagedseveral ENTIRELY DESTROYED : W. S. BRANCH
days ahead. Soon all our A roomy addition to the Seabreeze j ,
Master Julian Tunno, nephew of southern people will be back from high school building is about completed -I The barn of thelate J. T. Perie at i! The Arcade Book and Music Store
Mr. and Mrs. S. Y. Way, who has their summer outing and ready to Plymouth was struck by lightning I I II
been visiting them for several weeks, greet the northern tourist. j 1 yesterday afternoon during the thun-I
leaves today for his home in Savan- jj j I Mr. Francis Miller, of DeLand, visited -{derstorm that visited this section and LOST-On the road from Zellwood Want-advertise for household help
nah. Subscribe for The Daily SentinelMMIMMMMIMIIItlMMMIIIMMMMMHtMiHti friends in Orlando I
yesterday. \was entirely consumed by the flames. to Orlando via Apapka and Ocoeemaking. it strongly probable, in-

new 33x4 Goodrich tire on rim. Findstead of barely possible, that youll
llllllllliiiiiiiiiiiiniiTHE er will receive reward by returning to succeed in the quest.
,, San Juan Garage company. 5-2t _
Keep in touch with Orlando through
A want ad. in the Daily Sentinel
the Sentinel
I while on your vacation.
always pays. Ring phone 24.

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The Sanford Herald says: A source his virtues, says the Cleveland' The Florida branch of the Motion Atlas :
Seal fruit Jars
'i' of gratification to his many friends is 'Plain Dealer. Picture Exhibitors' league made objection J J Ll. Ll. I :
t the recent appointment of A. R. Key "I don't know what whiskey tastes yesterday to the license of B'YI
to the position of cashier of the news like, he asserted, proudly $400 a year, and will attempt to cre-
Seminole County bank. "Neither do I, friend," was the ate sufficient sentiment in oppositionto I TbtMPA a ;' ALL SIZES
: The rapid rise of this young. man sympathetic answer of the man who what they consider too high a license 1 TAM' r
t is worthy of more than passing notice only drank for sociability's sake. so as to have it reduced by the
in this day and age when the young "The way they adulterate it nowadayswith legislature. That was one of several
: men are supposed to have difficult tobacco juice an' brown sugar matters which came up before the
'" progress in reaching the topmost an' prunes and chemicals, it's a won- moving picture men, meeting in con- IT IS JUST AS EASY Jelly Glasses--Smooth Edge
.: rungs of the ladder of success. der a feller even knows what it had vention here this week. I
! A. Raymond Key was born in Eus- orter taste like. Well, less you an' Sanford will be the next meeting j
i tis 27 years ago and lived there during me have a little nip o' the vile substi- place! and April 15, 1914, was chosenas II I I Preserving Kettles
t early boyhood. Moving to this tute." the date for the convention. After To ear "Give me a dish of N
'. city with his parents he attended the The other consented to a little for clearing away business the membersof POINSETTIAIce i I
i Sanford high school, leaving that institution his stomach's sake. the league were given a demon- Cream as it is to omit i:p
to take the position of co4. stration of film services by represent- the tame-why do you do I McCULLOCH'SDEPARTMENT
: lector at the First National bank. SOME AUTOS IN THIS STATE atives in the city for that purpose. it, when by saying POINSETTIA I
He was a food collector and advanced Then they gathered at El Pasaje res- you get so much
from that position to bookkeeper, Florida certainly has some auto- taurant in Ybor City for a banquet, more real VALUE for your I STORE
then to teller, and a few days ago mobiles, anal the number is 'n n'as- which concluded the most successful money. I
was made assistant cashier. He has ing very rapidly, mien more so than gathering of picture men ever held in 124 South Orange Avenue +
been with the First National bank a year or two ago. An Ocala man the state.-Tampa Times. It's better becaus ewe make it I OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
for over ten years and leaves them received his license number for his to, no trouble, no expense, no effort I

with their best wishes for success in car, dated Aug. 23rd, and it was 105- WILL NOT SURVEY I is omitted or considered too .. . . . .. . .
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,the new bank. He was offered the 440 showing that many cars in the FLORIDA OYSTER BEDS great in order to make POINSETTIA -
position of cashier of the Seminole state. Less than three years ago the the standard of purity
County bank because of his thorough number was under three thousandbut Washington, Sept. 3.-H. M. Smith,I and quality Read The Sentinel "Want Ads" Every Day
knowledge of banking business and all the cars in the state were not commissioner of fisheries, after consultation -I
his popularity among the customers, licensed then, as the law was not with the solicitor of the department -' Its for sale MltlltttllMIMIMMIMMMHMItMIMtttlHIMlilMHave
being ever obliging and courteous. i i in your town
inforced Even
as strictly as now. now of ,
commerce today reported -
For a young man but twentysevenyears I there are probably three thousand un- to Claude 9.
adversely Representative
of age to take the responsible licensed cars, those in the hands of L'Engle on his plan to have the government V.W.ESTES&CO.ORLANDO !
position of cashier of a home institu- agents and private owners who have survey the oyster and clam I ELECTRIC VACUUM CLEANED

tion demonstrates that Mr. Key received not ben in a hurry to get a license bottoms of Florida. I FLA.No. _
his early training in a good from Tallahassee. One is appalled at The only possible federal aid for'
institution and the Seminole bank recognized 4
the of the
sum money represented by
the state is in the nature of co-opera-
the worth of a home boy for value of the cars licensed, when at a tion between the general and state j
the position. valuation of $1,000 each, which is in
under the average, the sum would governments surveying limited I We Extend to You an Invitationnow house
areas, as an object lesson of methods your room or
THE RETURN OF THE OYSTER reach $105,440,000. Of these, if we
and results, Mr. Smith reported.It to call at our sample rooms
are correctly informed, Marion countyhas is not possible for the govern-! cleaned without dust or troubleof
Remember the R in September. In 300 number 11 Arcade BIdg., to look over
ment to undertake the entire work
the blissful contemplation of cooler our selection of 600
alone. over Suitings I moving furniture
weather to come, in the joy of fami- .
BIDS SOUGHT FOR TAMPA'S Commissioner Smith wants a for-I for Autumn and Winter, 1913. You!
lies reunited, in the excitement of city
NEW CITY HALL mal request from the of
houses opened and country houses I should not let another day pass be-'

closed, in all the burry of another Tampa, Sept. 3.-At a meeting of ment Florida of to commerce the secretary for a of co-operative the depart-:fore you make your selections. The Pierce Electric Co. send an Ex-
summer ended it must not be over-
the board of works
public yesterday demonstration, after which the bu-
looked that September is spelled withan When you have your measure taken
afternoon the clerk was instructed to perienced
reau of fisheries will act.L'Engle's man.
R-blessed symbol of the oyster advertise for bids for plans for the office forwarded the report you don't have to walk out of our ___

season. I new city hall, which is to cost this I to T. R. Hodges, shell fish com-I place "Hoping it will be right:' You
Soon "three fried" will grace the city in the neighborhood of $250,000. missioner of Florida. SEE THEM FOR TERMS
quick lunch counter; and in the cafes I The plans are returnable on the first I can be sure of it. We will Guarantee

the appetite-provoking oyster cocktail I Tuesday in December, and must call satisfaction and that our suits are the
will appear in its polished glass. The for a building to cost not more than The Times-Union says: "The indi-I
oyster will greet you everywhere.! l cations are that there will shortly be Best Quality.
The successful architect is

crust Coyly'of from pie,beneath the browned instate to$235,000.receive 3 per cent for his accepted organized in Jacksonville a Transpor- MEN'S FASHION SHOP .TnB PIERCE[ [ [ELECTRIC l[ T I L C01

in a its half or shell formally upon resting a throneof I plans and of the 2 per work.cent The for new the supervision build-- composed tation club of, officials the membership and employes being in .11 Arcade_ Bld'g, Orlando, Fla. ""lnc, ,

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ice, it will call
unceasingly traffic and de- u
upon I ing will front 95 feet on Lafayette the passenger freight
you to remember the R in September.'_street and 210 feet on Florida avenue. partments of the various railroadsand I Test the "want ad. way" if you CHURCH STREETiiimiimiaittitttttmtttttttTT"111"1
'I' steamship lines entering the city, have a desirable place that you want
Read Sentinel "Want Ads. Read Sentinel "Want Ads. or having representatives here." I Ito sell or rent. ..IIIIII.llllllcle.II..I.I.I..I.'IIII.I'.I.

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TKAMMELL MAYOPPOSE I J. A. HOWE ... ..... .., ..... .. ....1..1..1..'.. NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS SOME PEOPLE -
SPARKMAN PHONE 98 Office and I This is an appeal to the advertiser ARE SO HELI'LESS
Attorney at Law ORLANDO, W. A. SLAUTER Show Room !I who sends in copy Saturday afternoon I They want to buy or sell or exchange -

The Jacksonville Metropolis says: Practices in all the Courts FLORIDA. PLUMBER and HEATING ENGINEER III S. Court St. 1 for the Sunday paper, and to tell him ; or they want positions or
That Governor Park Trammell has General Plumbing and Heating Contractor Sewerage and Septic Tank Construction. ts get it to this office not later than want employes, or this, that and the
+ The most Modern Sanitation of the Age in my New Inventions in Plumb. twelve o'clock (noon) SATURDAY other, and don't
Senator Room 1I- lcScill &; Davis Building they how to
of succeeding go
given up hope ing, for both Private and Public Buildings. Fine P mbing Fixtures. :
If it is received later than this hour about it. Let Sentinel Business Lo-
in their'
Fletcher or Senator Bryan Estimates Cheerfully Given Repair Work Promptly Attended to. Prices Reasonable
I I we cannot handle it, as it will be im- cals work for
re-election, and will Money to loan on improved you. are prac-
next contests for prop- SEWER PIPE LAID AT I3cts PER FOOT. WORK DONE NOW OR LATER. '
.possible to set it up for him. tically unfailing of results.
attempt to wrest a berth from Congressman erty. S. Y. WAY.d jtllllimHIHUtMIMMIHIIMMIIIMIMIItllllMII4MIMMIIMIIIIIMIIII .
Stephen M. Sparkman,I
chairman of the rivers and harbors .HMIlii .. .1 '11 I' . ....... . .... ..i ,. " ., '.,. ,.. . .JMIMHIMMfliMMMMimmSixroom

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present.Trammell political governor's prophets They will unexpressed be realize called read, aspirations though upon the young,for that at aI I ORLANDO O BANK A & TRUST I COMPANY A f ..1\L N FOE S.ALE

t race from post to wire before he t I Bath and Pantry, :Modern house. One Block
noses "Uncle Steve" out of the place t'I: Capital and Surplus and Undivided Profits 13000000. from and in view of Lake Lucerne. Two blocks from
he has held for nearly twenty years.)
"Why do you think Trammell will, : Resources over Three-quarters of a Million. I station, east side of Atlantic Coast Line Railroad. Lot

oppose Col. Sparkman?" one of the : 100x142 feet, shaded on west by Camphor trees, on
governor's supporters was asked. : Statement As Rendered to the Comp- south by large Oaks. Nice Lawn. .
50 bearing Grapefruit
"For several reasons, principal I troller at the Close of Business
June 30th, 1913 and Oranges and 100 trees also
among which is the fact that he recently younger ; English

appointed Scofield of Citrus { t=. Yak '_, RESOURCESBanking I Walnuts, Guavas, Pecans, Bananas, and Pineapples
county as state attorney over Edwin : ;? + House, Furniture bearing. 40 Acres heavy pine timbered Land northwest
Spencer, Jr., and pther applicantsfrom I and Fixtures ..........$ 25,867.37 I /
Marion county," was the reply. I .,._ ;. .s, ". Loans and Discounts ..... 355,589.33 side Lake Barton
"In the first place, the applicantsfrom I e.; .. Overdrafts ............... 83.98
Marion county are better known : ;. ;, Stocks and Bonds....... 26,018.33
than Mr. Scofield, and are more expe- : t Cash on Hand and in Banks 25-1,OSa.ll
-Ic ; Apply "Sentinel" Office
rienced lawyers. Secondly, Edwin I ;
Spencer led the fight for Trammell's : p-1 S $661,647.12
measures in the house during the last : ': LIABILITIES: : 'II'IIIIIIIIIIII" MHMMtMMM. fMMHIIICIIMIIHIMMMMIIimilHMMHIMmtHMM" .

legislative session,being the gover- : Csplial .................100000.00 I
nor's strongest lieutenant. Thirdly, f Surplus and Undivided : .+-

Marion Bounty is a much more popu- 4 Profits ................ 33,889.11 '
lous county than Citrus. These facts I Deposits ................ 527,758.01 : ANGE & BATES
being irrefutable, why did the gover- 1' I
nor appoint Scofield? For the sim- M I $661,647.12 ; ; ROOM 5. BAND BLOCK PHONE 156 : :
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ple reason that Marion county was
taken out of Sparkman's district, in ; t r The officers and directors of the Orlando ,, \ iC8'11'O''I"'I""IIII"IIIIII"I.t.

which Trammel lalso'resides, and Citrus 1; 3 ', call the Bank attention and of Trust its Co. desire toe :! ... .. . . ; . .. .. . .. . . ., .
county is in that district. Other- depositors and I
wise, Edwin Spencer would have got- ; friends and the citizens of Orlando H II I: LIGHT THE
to the above statement. The
management -
ten the plum with no contest worth I _
j+ I of the Bank feels that this showing .
speaking of. The governor is simply ;
J reflects the conservative, sane and PATH TO PROSPERITYMerchants
the in the
playing political game hope :..t progressive methods employed in this [
of getting Congressman Sparkman's -'S -
financial institution. Strength begets
I confidence, and strength is no where
who use Electric Signs never lose
displayed better by a bank than in
NEW FIRM AT MONTGOMERY.The United State Government State and County Depository healthful statements to its patrons. their way by choosing the wrong road to suc-

cess. You simply cannot fail to attract new
Hass Philips Produce ,
of Birmingham, Ala., has been company incor- :: ::::IIIIIII::::::: :IIIIIIIIIIIII:::::::::::::::::::::'::::'::::::::::::":":"::"::":":,,,,:: customers if you use an Electric Sign. It acts

porated to do business in Montgomery. like an irresistible magnet, drawing all the
The officers of the company are Sheep Manure Fertilize r trade within its reach: That is the reason

Dr. P. Philips, of Orlando, Fla., presi- WRIGHT = _ they command the attention of buyers
dent; A. M. Hass, formerly with J. REALTY & SBBD CO. --FOR

treasurer C. Hass M. ,F.&and Wilcox Co.H., C.vice-president, general James, formerlywith manager and FOR Our REAL Business ESTATEThate i GarDen Truckor flower:S ; For Every Store OwnerNo

and secretary. The new concern will Orlando, Florid PRODUCES RESULTS matter how small his business, the Elec-

handle a full line of fruits and pro- ,0 --- tric Sign is the cheapest and most effective
duce. Dr. Phillips, who is a large Does NOT Burr
grower of citrus fruit at Orlando,
will furnish the firm with that kind .IMIIMIiMilMMMtMMMttllimHIMMMMtMMMMMMHilMMMMMMtlllloffonMen's Phone for our Sign Designer to call and submit .

of stock. The new company will receive 4H" a sketch.

and ness pers.produce September and They sell direct will other 1.-be from varieties The ready outside Packer.for of fruits ship busi-I l ill ll' SDeciaI i l Suit Sale I No.Trouble to Us..-No Expense to You.


I am now settled in larger, brighterand
+ better quarters in the Rock build- Suits; % off on Boys' Suitsoffonen'sPants COOK WITH GAS

ing, opposite the San Juan hotel, .." . .. . ...... . .. ....CMMHMIM" ..
business rooms 1 required.I and :2, which. my increasing % % offonBoys'Pants #

am revising my sales list, and am
ready to list your city and country

property. $30.00 Suits now $20.00( $15.00 Suits $10.00
From all reports received from my now BriekI ri tl ri tl

friends and business connections, in 27.00 18.00 "
.12.00" 8.00
the North, I shall do some businessthis
winter, and will use best efforts -
to sell the properties listed with 25.00 16.67 7.50 5.00 .CEMENT BRICKThese

me.I. have many satisfied customers, 22.50 15.00 6.00 4.00 Brick are better than Clay Brick
who became winter residents of Or-
lando and vicinity by my personal 20.00 13.33 3.00 2.00 and they are cheaper

efforts, and they are now boosting for
Orlando and 18.00 12.00 Terms : Cash Down
Yours truly, FRANK HYRES
Real Estate, Notary Public, Fire Maker of Artificial Stone
Insurance. 1m d&w W. M. SLEMONS
; Telephone 159 Livingston Ave. on R. R.
the news, read the Sentinel.
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Louis C. Massey, President
f Asheville, Sept. 4.-En route home

T. PietM Wtrlow. VleJ>m.Hmri L Watan vows Crlls from the annual conference of gover-
C. Bakoek. Ant UrNs Samuel A.Newell AM!Urns nors recently held at Colorado The City, of Orlando
Springs, Governor Park Trammell,of
Florida, accompanied by his wife,
THESTATE !stopped over for a short vacation in The County of Orange
the mountains of western North Car-
olina. At present the chief execu-
tive and Mrs. Trammell are at
BANK Waynesville, where a series of entertainments The State of Florida

are being given in their

honor. .

of Orlando Governor the annual Trammell meeting is of enthusiasticover the gov- The U. S. GovernmentDeposit

ernors, just ended. He says that the
attendance at the meeting of chief

--.- executives of the different states was

THE OLDEST BANK IN THE CITYAND Matters not only of large great, importance but representative.were dis-

cussed, and, according to Governor
Trammell much good is expected to

be accomplished as a result of the
The Bank which transacts more business than conference. their funds with this Bank because it is

any Bank between Jacksonville and Tampa the According matter to of Governor better Trammell highwaysthroughout conducted along lines of commendable approvaland t

the country was one of in compliance withNATIONAL
the important features discussed
The large patronage of this Bank has been built up the Colorado conference. at

during twenty years by conducting its business on sound BANKING LAWSDo

banking principles with careful attention to the legitimate FIVE CASTOFFS ARE NOW
wants of customers. The confidence of the publicis you not think that a Bank which meets with

reuected in the large amount of deposits. New York, Sept. 4.-Five of the the approval of the government should be THE

Average deposits First Quarter of 1913, $900,000 younger players in the big leaguesare
men who have been either tried Bank for your
out or signed by the Giants in some

t FOUR PER CENT PAID ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTSOur previous season. In a recent fanning We cordially invite you to avail yourself of the
session it was declared by a supporter -
of the Giants that John McGraw same facilities which these governments enjoy.

had never permitted a star, in embryonic -

correspondent banks are located in every part of state, to slip away from him.
The retort by a fan, who recounte
the world and include some of the largest Banks in the the instances of players being passed

United States.GOVERNMENT along, added keenness as an additional -
topic to the discussion.

"Dick" Rudolph, of the Bosto
- --- Braves, belonged to the Giants in the Open your account with

fARMtRS iti LEARNCROPNEVSBYVIIRE I HUSTLE OF DAY TOO A fall year of 1910 ago and George the following Pierce, a spring south, 1 The Peoples National Bank

I paw twirler, now with the Cubs, wa s
MUCH FOR EMMA EAMES S taken on a spring trip with the Gi-
\ "
"It is
ants. Five years ago "Benny" Meyer a pleasure to serve you.

who has been utility fielder for

TO INAUGURATE I'RIMA DONNA BECAUSE ABANDONS OF STREX-CAREER tried the Brooklyn out by this"Jack"season,John wa miiiiiiiMitiiiii** I ttt"" " " " ' '\ III\ M MI : :::M1111:::

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and passed along. Two
years ago<
New York, Sept.
PLANTERS Announcing Hugh High, of the Detroit team, wa:
that she has concluded her operaticand listed with the Giants but was passedon THE BIG A SPECIALS
concert career because she did
Washington, Sept. 4.The govern without a trial.SUCCESSFUL .
ment will inaugurate soon a novel not feel she could keep up with the

departure in crop reporting by undertaking hustle of the day, Mrs. Emilio de FLIGHT MADE
r Gorgoza, best known as Mme. Emma
to furnish the farmers of IN DIRIGIBLE BALLOO
Florida and other states informationas Eames, gave her idea of heaven when

to crop conditions by telegraph. she arrived here on board the Provence / Special to The Sentinel. : 4I
This will be the first use of the telegraph of the French line. ,She was Los Angeles, Sept. 4.-Carr'ing :
.to disseminate, crop informs accompanying Hr. de Gogorza to the two passengers and 2,160 pounds of
tion, and it is expected to prove so Pacific coast, where he will begin a additional weight, and rising 80 fee I f;
satisfactory that before long the telegraph concert tour later in the autumn."I into the air, Roy Knabenshue mad
will displace the mails as the have ended my career," said his first completely successful flight 4 4-

medium for the circulation of all important Mme. Eames. "I will no longer sing in his big dirigible at Pasadena to- '. .'

crop announcements. The detailed in public, except two special appearances -! day. The dirigible is equipped wit } I i
' statement giving information I when I will sing for charity elevating planes and ascended swiftl).

by states has hitherto been furnished j without pay, one concert for children from the hangar. After circling about MFOR
to the farmers of the several localities i and one for animals, the most helpless in the air for twenty minutes Knab-

in printed form and only by mail.I things in the world. I ceased my enshue landed lightly before the

As a result, it took from seven to ten I I public singing because I found I hangar. The machine is built to carry -
days for this information to reach could not keep up with the hustle and ten passengers.

the farmers in distant states throughthe bustle demanded of modern operatic
an announcement explaining the "I never was tempted by the dazzle IX THE BIG LEAGUES

new service for farmers the depart and acclaim of, the opera house. My| Monday' T Tuesday and wednesday

ment of agriculture says: interest in opera always was the Special to National The Sentinel League Results 'I,
"The department will try this test understanding between the singer
Pittsburg, 2-5; St. Louis, 44.
and the audience. I could
first in six states-Illinois, Missouri, sing
Minnesota, Iowa, Kansas and Texas. best when I could completely divorce New I York, 2-2; Brooklyn, 6-1. We are going to offer our customers FOUR BIG SPECIALSFOR
for"each myself from the feeling that I Boston-Philadelphia; rain.
The government crop news was
League Results
of these states will be telegraphed toa being listened to.
central point in that state. There I "Once I was asked what my ideal Cleveland, 3; Detroit 4.
of Philadelphia, 6-2; Boston, 8-5.
the information will be quickly re heaven was. I said that, in my|
St. Louis, 5; Chicago, 4. Ladies' fine ribbed Gauze Vests
produced and mailed to all the news I opinion, heaven was a sympathetic Ladies' fast colored black Hose,
i Washington, 2 New York, 3.
papers in the state. In this way every opera role before an understanding neatly trimmed all sizes;
not the cities audience and to be in perfect.voice.By Southern League Results 8c 10 gauge; for three days, pair. . fip
but paper the county, merely seat and large small town, that I do not mean anything about I Birmingham, 3; Memphis, 0. while they last . . . . . . ,
applause. Nashville, 5; Montgomery, 1.
papers, even in the most distantstates
"I New Orleans, 4; Chattanooga, 3.
want it understood that I
am not
should be in possession t i this I
information within from twelve to I criticising modern opera stars, merely Mobile, 2; Atlanta, 2; darkness.. 500 yards "Crown King" un The famous "Blue Grass" brand

eighteen hours after it is issued. Afar s that I do not feel that I can keep AT THE FAVORITE bleached Muslin, made from Cambric, usually sells for
as possible the information will 1 up to the hustle and bustle requiredthem. TODAY Sc
of ." the very best cotton, soft finO 121.2c; for three days . . . .
be sent out so as to reach the small 1
weeklies in time for use in their 3 Big Feature Reds 3 ish; while it lasts, yard. . . . OC Limit 10 yards to customer.
Thursday and Friday editions. JUDGE CALL I\TAMPA "The Superior Law" (Eclair). Ain
,wonderful American production
"This new service has been effected three I
Tampa, Sept. 4.-United States parts, featuring Barbara Ten-
through a co-operative arrangement District Judge R. M. Call is in this nant and Robert Frazer. Over one We are also displaying on the Second Floor a BEAUTIFUL
Between the bureau of statistics and
city today, the United States hundred beautiful scenes. A story of
the weather bureau officials. In each thrills and beauty. A ,
being in special session. The strange wed-
principal -
state the weather bureau has a man ding. A picture to be UNDERWEAR. It will visit
business before the court at this long remem pay you to this department 1
provided with modern facilities, bered.
time is the hearing of applicants for
which will enable him to
Watch for
naturalization our next feature, "ThusSaith
papers more one
mail the telegraphic facts to every the Lord..
hundred notices
having been sent to
newspaper within a few hours. The Special matinee, 2 to 5. 7
applicants to appear before the court. Night,
printed matter thus circulated will i
to 10.
Most of these
are Greeks. .
give these newspapers a full list of -- --- Admission 5 cents to all. NPYOWELL
each crop for ten-year periods in that condition for the country at large

particular state and the condition of "The cost of the senate, it is found, LIEUT. LOVE KILLED
the state crops for the ninth day of will be only nominal. All that will IN FALL FROM BIPLANE
the current month in which the report I be necessary will be to telegraph the 1IIIIIII"II'III'IIIII"IIIIIIIIIIII'IIIIIII 111111111",11.11,11111,1,1 ,..

is issued. In the adjoining column figures for two columns, and this can Special to The Sentinel I
will be given the same data for the be done at a cost of not more than San Diego, Sept. 4.-Lieut. Ross E. PRIZE FIGHT STORY MAKES 'Deputy Sheriff S. E. Isom. That there fight, nor did he know anything about

United States, so that the farmerswho 75 cents for each state. Love, of the United States army avia- SHERIFF OF HILLSBORO MAD I,I was a fight in Plant City on Monday i iI ..I it Plant City men who visited this
read these notices can compare "If the contemplated experiment is tion corps, was instantly killed at I night is not denied, but that men connected I city, and also say they saw the fight,
the crops in their state as of the ninth a success, and the newspapers co-op- North Island today whelp an army. Tampa, Sept. 4.-Much indignationis I with the sheriff's department| back Deputy Isom up in this state.
day of the month with the ten-year I I erate by publishing this special service corps biplane in which he was mak- expressed by Sheriff W. C. Spencer -!I had anything to do with its arrangement : ment. The fight was of itself of little

averages of their own state and, in information, the plan will be extended ing a flight suddenly became unman- of this county, over the published I is declared by the sheriff to be consequence and amounted to a hastily
the same way, with the average condition eventually to serve the firm ageable and dashed to the ground, statement that a prize fight :a fabrication. i iI '] arranged sparring match betweentwo
throughout the United Statesof ers of all the states." three hundred feet below.A between two negroes was arrangedat I I Marshal Vestal is a deputy sheriff negroes.

even date and for ten years. This plan will be started on September Plant City by two of his men and I by virtue of being marshal of Plant There was no money charged to
"This date is to be supplied for the 15th, when telegrams will be sweet potato is on exhibition in allowed to be fought in their presence -' City, but is not directly connected witness it, those who were at the
reason that the condition of crops actually sent to the six states mentioned, giv St. Augustine that weighs nine and on Labor Day evtning. .with the sheriff's office. Deputy Isomis fight say.

within a state has more effecton ing crop information as of date of three-quarter pounds. It was grown The men charged with arrangingthe connected with the office, but he
prices within that state than the September 9th. by W. J. Pellicer of and declares he nowhere
Hastings. fight are Marshal Ed Vestal was near the Read Sentinel "Want Adi."



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