The daily sentinel
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Title: The daily sentinel
Uniform Title: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 1 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando Fla
Creation Date: September 7, 1913
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 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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Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075051
oclc - 34297092
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System ID: UF00087112:00242
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Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Succeeded by: Morning sentinel

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

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There will be a fine poultry exhibitat revenue to be collected by the
the South Florida Midwinter Expo- city on the recer.tly completed tax
sition if the efforts of the executive roll wil Ibe 6570225.

UDiOUS I ASK DONE SAID ATTEMPT THAT TO ZAMACONA BRING ABOUT WILL officers cessful. of the association prove suc- These by figures Assistant were arrived City Clerk at yesterday J.- LAWYER OF WHO PEACE FAILED DENOUNCES TO SIX MilLIONS lOSS

The Florida Fanciers' associationis Van Buskirk, when he finished the
arranging the biggest exhibit of footings of the extensions that had
ASSESSOR AND TWO ASSISTANTS REVOLUTION poultry ever given in Florida to be been made by City Clerk Boone. GAMING IRE BEGAN IX NEGRO SHACK

HAVE BEEN WORKING held at Tampa December 29 to Jan The assessment roll had been AND SWEPT THROUGH TilE
Washington, Sept. 6-This city is uary 3, but the Orange county fair turned over to the assistant by the Coaticook, Que., Sept. 6.-William
to be the scene of the negotiationsfor have been Travers Jerome, arrested in Coati-
officials are trying to get them to city clerk, and the figures
FOR THE PAST MONTH ending the Mexican revolution.It postpone the exhibition at Tampa until checked over and proved, so that the cook yesterday on a charge of gam- OF WRECKAGE
was learned today that the com- bling, was bitterly denounced by Jus-
a date just preceding the Orlando amount is now positive and correct.
Tax Assessor Arthur Butt has com- ing of Manuel Zamacona to Washington attraction, so that the exhibitors may The amount represents the revenue tice of the Peace James McKee in Hot Springs, Ark., Sept. 6.-There
pleted the Seminole county tax books meant that the Mexican affair is his court room today. which started in a negro shack
bring their birds here. If this is done that will be collected to run the city
and will turn the same over to the authorities nearer to a solution than it has been, that attraction alone will be worth for the succeeding year. City taxes The gray-bearded magistrate was yesterday afternoon at 3:30 has left

of that county next week.It and that the commissioner of the traveling miles to see. The officialsare are due October 1, and the books will very indignant when Jerome's coun- a mile of wreckage from three to
has been a tedious task, and the Mexican government is the best man be the sel announced that the New York seven blocks in extent and has occasioned -
hopeful that they will be successful formally turned over to city
assessor's office has hardly had an who could have been selected for the }jn getting the poultry men to co- marshal who is also the tax collector, lawyer could not be present today and a property loss estimated at
easy breath since the job was under- service which he has been delegatedto operate with them. The Tampa ex but the actual work of collecting the II asked an adjournment of the hearingof six million dollars.
taken. Not only was it a long and perform. his gambling case. Governor Hayes is on the ground
hibit will be the official American taxes will be done at the office of the
tiresome task to make three copies of "I want to cried McKee 'and is assisting in directing the
There can be no election in Mexico Poultry association and state show, city clerk as heretofore. I.I say, -
the taxable vatues in the new county, without an armistice, and President we are assured; the meeting of the The assistant city clerk will begin the table with his fist, "that we movement for the protection of exposed -
but it was necessary to separate the I Wilson and President Huerta are Florida branch of the American Poul- next week on a transcript of the tax intend to prosecute Mr. Jerome to the property and in finding relief
lands in from those in full extent of the law. He can't for the than two thousand -
Orange county equally interested in bringing about try association, the state meeting of book, for the law requires that there come more people
Seminole county in making up the that result. Zamacona, it is said, can the American Barred Plymouth Rock shall be two copies. here and play his card games beforeour who were rendered homeless by
books and this was done as the work children. This be suburb the conflagration.
approach the rebel leaders without I club, of the American Rhode Island may s
proceeded.The danger of rebuff. It is believed that Red club and the Orpington Duck LIGE LONG STRUCK IN town, but we intend to enfdce our Mayor McClendon accepted Governor -
total assessments for Seminole laws. Our relations with the American offer of of
Carranza will be induced to send a club will be held with it. HEAD WITH BRICK Hays' two companies
amount to $2,478,871, leaving bar cordial but must state militia and ordered a mass
county I representative here also, and an arm- It is expected that the Johnny Jones are justice
Orange county's total at $5,152,368., be meted out in this I meeting of citizens for later in the
i istice is likely to be declared at no Carnival company will be signed for Lige Long and John Patrick engaged case. suggest
Thus it is that the taxable values of late date. that Jerome's bail be forfeited." day when it will be decided whetherthe
another engagement during the expo in a man to man fight yesterday -
the new county are almost equal to "That would only hit two of our city will call upon the outside
sition. This company has many new afternoon with the result that
half the amount of Orange county's citizens who went on it," said Mr. cities for help.It .
features of the high class and high I Long received a brick on his cranium
present assessment roll. GHAUTAUQUA DATES ARE priced kind. I which was flung from the hand of Hanson[ the prosecutor, in regard to is estimated about 2,500 persons
The tax rate in the new county will The exposition officials are also I Patrick. forfeiting Jerome's bail. The justice were made homeless by the fire. The
be the that fixed for then "allowed" that he would let the of these being
same as Orange BEING TILLED IN FAST majority are tempora-
negotiating with the Rogers Aviation Long was rushed to the office ofa
county, to-wit, twenty mills for coun- bail stand. He put over the case until rily camped in the vicinity of the
company for several exhibition flights. physician and the wound wasdrevd.
three for schools and 11th. Oaklawn track and state fair
ty purposes, September race
:Their Mr. Higgins, who performed so He appeared to be pretty
and half for the state mak- There crowd of about
seven a was a sixty grounds.
SEVERAL ATTRACTIONS HAVE successfully in Orlando during the badly hurt. Patrick was arrested and
ing a total to be collected by the last idlers in the court room to listen to Grand avenue, leading from the
BEEN ARRANGED FOR WITH fair, will be remembered. The released on $20 bond to appear inmayor's
county tax collector of thirty and a the magistrate's tirade. They burned area, to the fair grounds, today -
company will send two machines to court Monday morning.
half mills. OTHERS COMING Orlando next winter, an aeroplaneand stamped their feet and applauded vo- presented a picturesque sight.
Mr. Butt and two assistants have ciferously.It Hundreds of families with what little
a hydroplane. The latter ma- CRIMINAL COURT TOCONVENE
been continuously at work on the Orlando will have an unusually fine chine was a little past 9 o'clock when they saved from the ruins were gath-
will make its flights from one MONDAY
books for more than a month. The Chautauqua season in March, the sea- of the lakes, and probably from one McKee took his seat beside a table in ered along the roadway gradually
two young ladies, Misses Hattie Belle son to run from March 2 to 14 in- to another. Criminal court will convene Mon- the little court room. A. C. Hanson, working their way to the camp

Hyer and Marie Phillips, who have clusive. This will be the fifth annual Another attraction during the fair day with Judge T. Picton Warlow the prosecutor, said he was ready to grounds. The militia will aid these
been helping the tax assessor, were Chautauqua for Orlando, and the attractions will be the polo matches. The I presiding. Judge Warlow has been go on with the Jerome case. The people and guard the devastated dis-

released yesterday upon the comple- are being booked by the I will be contested for, and all cup the I Ion an extended trip to the West, but complainant, Milford Aldrich, a mill tricts.
tion of the job, and Mr. Butt will be- National Chautauqua bureau. southern polo clubs will be represent- is expected to be home in time to con- hand, who swore that he saw Jerome There is no danger of a water famine -
gin to take life easier now than he Among those who will take part in j ed. These polo matches will start be- vene court. A number of interestingcases playing poker near the Grand Trunk according to the authorities.

has been for some time. the program are Hon. Willis Moore,I fore the exposition and will continue are on the docket, and the ses- railway station, with several newspaper Even if the supply were cut off thereare
The county of Seminole will pay late chief of the weather bureau; Dr. afterwards.The sion promises to be one of more than men, was present. numerous cold springs throughoutthe
the tax assessor for his work at the Tyndall, scientist; Siegel Rousch, in I main exposition buildings are usual importance. Jacob Nicoll, of Sherbrooke, crown city furnishing sufficient water
rate allowed by law, which is fixedon his travelogues; Madame Mountford, being painted and the grounds prosecutor for this district, and as for all purposes. It was announced
a percentage basis. The office of who lectures on Oriental peoples and TRAVERS IS GOLF CHAMP such the superior of joint Prosecutor today that the city will be without
j being put in condition. It is yet sev-
tax assessor will pay a very good return customs; Pitt Parker, crayon artist; 'I'eral months in the future, but time is FOR THE FOURTH TIME: Hanson, appeared, strangely enoughfor electric lights for sixty days.
this year. Dr. Carolyn Geisel, the woman physician .! being taken by the forelock and the defense. The Sentinel-Record, the morning
; the Robley Male Quartet, and I will be in readiness when everything Garden City, L. I., Sept. 6.-For Jerome meantime was at Norton newspaper here, barely escaped destruction -
TAMPA BASEBALL TEAM the Gosehn band. I the date arrives. The exposition will I the fourth time Jerome D. Travers is Mills Vermont, where he went yesterday by the fire last night and
WAS IN THE Cm Great care is being exercised in the be held from February 17 to 21 in- the amateur golf champion of the by automobile, after being ad. did not issue its regular edition this
selection of talent, for it is the pur clusive. United States, by defeating John G. mitted to bail. He was considering; morning.The .

The Knight & Wall baseball team pose of the committee to make this President Dickson and Secretary Anderson, of Boston, five up and fourto the next move to be made in the New Era and the Daily News,

of Tampa spent a short time in Orlando the best season of the series so far,I O'Neal will appear before the Semi. I play in a thirty-six hole final round ; Thaw case, and for this reason did the afternoon papers, are without
yesterday en route from Eustis, with the attendant purpose of improving -! nole county commissioners Monday, I today. i not deem it best to return to Coati- power and unable to publish. Busi-

where two games resulted in a victory it each succeeding year. EVery ] September 15, to secure their cook, where feeling against him has ness generally is at a standstill.
for each. The boys were a fine number booked so far is knownto eration in making a county exhibit co-op-at DAYTONA BEACH RESORT run high. Under orders of Mayor McClendon,
looking lot, and were the admirationof I be up to the highest standard, and I the exposition. An effort has been Rousseau, the local hotel keeper, all saloons are dosed and so far there

the fans while in the city. They a successful season from every point I i made to enlist the help of Volusia KEEPER UNDER FIRE and one of Jerome's bondsmen, said has been no disorder.
were brought from Eustis in automo- of view is confidently looked forward and Osceola and the matter will also today that Thaw had told him in alls Two hundred and fifty citizens,

biles sent from Orlando by the Cook to. be taken up with Lake county. It is seriousness that he would have liked sworn in as a special police force at
garage, T. S. Abernethy and F. S. Michael designed to be a five-county affair to have gone to Jerome's bond, and a mass meeting held last night while
being in charge of the ma KANSAS IS "RED HOT" next year, hence the change of name EXPERIENCE OF ORLANDO BOYS that; he was ready to stand the loss the fire was at its height, continuedto

chines. to the South Florida Midwinter Ex MAY BE CAUSE OF, HAVING should the bond at any time be for- patrol the fire swept area this

Kansas City, Mo., Sept. 6.-New! position. LAW ENFORCED feited. morning.
BREAKS LEG BY STEP IN September heat records were established -. "He told me that yesterday, when I Definite figures as to the monetaryloss
HOLE IN SIDEWALK in parts of Kansas and Okla- GOES TO MACON TO INSPECT Taking the experience of the Or- served his dinner," said Rosseau,"and will not be possible until late

homa yesterday and unusually high PIPE FOR SEWER SYSTEMMr. lando boys who came near to drown- again this morning, when he heard today.In .
Little Ima Johnson, daughter of temperatures prevailed in Missouri. ing at Daytona Beach last Sunday that Jerome was going over." the path of the flames were

M. W. Johnson, broke her left leg between In Kansas the average maximum Sumter Davis, who has gone to for a text, the Gazette-News of Day- manufacturing establishments, hotels,
the ankle and knee Friday temperature was well above 100 de I Macon, Ga., to inspect pipe for the tona, in its Friday issue, says: a number of the more pretentious
night while returning from the pic- grees. At Junction City the mercury I sewer system, was not commissionedby For the second time within a TEACHERS TO KNOW residences and public buildings. All
ture show with her father. A hole climbed within a degree of the sea-i the city or the sewer committeeof month, Thomas H. Keating, owner were destroyed. It is estimated that

in the concrete paving opposite R. L.Holland's son's record. A new heat record for;! council, according to a statement of Keating's bathing pavilion at Day-. RESULTS NEXT WEEK nearly 2,000 persons are homeless.
shop was the cause of the the year was established at Lawrence I j made by Chairman Dick Holland of tona Beach, will be arrested, probably There were no fatalities and the
accident. Mrs. Johnson and Miss St. where the government thermometer! that committee last night It had today, and charged with maintaininga few that were hurt suffered only
Clair took the injured child to Tampa registered 10512. This was the hotItest been stated that Mr. Davis had been bath house and renting bathing UNIFORM EXAMINATION coxCLUDED minor injuries.

yesterday for treatment. September day on record at To-i sent by the city to inspect the pipeat suits without complying with the law AND GRADING COMMITTEE Among the buildings destroyedwere

peka, the temperature there showing. the factory before it was shipped.Mr. and providing proper life tines and IS AT WORK the city's light, water and power -
BASEBALL RESULTS IN 102 210. The danger of fire is great.I Davis has been employed by the life rafts. plants, the county court house, the
THE BIG LEAGUES i city as one of the local inspector,I The law requiring life lines and The uniform examinations of applicants high school building, the Park, Moodyand

STEAMER GOES AGROUND says Mr. Holland, but he was not authorized rafts has been in force for nearly for license to teach were concluded Princess hotels, St. Louis, Iron
Special to The Sentinel I by the sewer committee or three years and yet no compliancehas yesterday, and the papers Mountain & Southern railroad station -
National League Results by any one for the city, so far as he been had with it by the Daytona were given in the hands of the grading shops and the Ozark sanitarium.
Chicago, 5; Cincinnati, 3. South Norwalk, Conn., Sept. 6.-' knows, to go to Macon. "If he wentto Beach bath house up until Sunday at committee at once. Smaller buildings by the hundredswere
Boston, 4-7; Philadelphia, 12. The steamer Middletown, bound from Macon to inspect pipe he went least. The committee has been at work reduced to ashes.

Pittsburg, 4; St. Louis, 2.New Hartford to New York, went aground there for, the contractors," said Mr. A warrant was issued Monday several days on those papers that But few of those whose homes
York, 0; Brooklyn, 2. early today on a ledge south of Goose J. Lee Me to them for
Holland. The reason for sending an evening by County Judge passed grading as they were burned, saved any of their belongings -
American League Results Island, three miles from Norwalk.She inspector to the factory is that the Crory on complaint of Deputy Sher- were finished, and it happens that and guests of the hotel gave
Detroit, 1; Cleveland, 3. had 250 passengers aboard. The pipe which has been coming to Or- iff Charles Jones. much of the work has already been little heed to their valuables and bag
Washington, 9; New York, 1. steamer is in no danger. lando for the sewer work has been inferior County Solicitor R. C. Hamlin completed.It gage in their efforts to escape with
St. Louis, 4; Chicago, 0. The Middletown's 250 passengerswere and defective. states that he has used all his per is not unlikely, therefore, that their lives.
Philadelphia, 9; Boston, 2. trans-shipped at sea to the suasive pours to get Mr. Keating to the applicants for license will know The fire originated within several

Southern League Results steamer Bridgeport without mishap. THE WEATHER comply with the law, even makingtwo early next week what marks they, blocks of the Army and Navy hos-
Montgomery, 3; Memphis, 2. The Bridgeport started at once for personal trip at his own ex. have made, and if they have qualified' pital and took a south and east
a !Mobile 4; New Orleans 3. New York. Four tugs were sent to Florida: Local thunder showers pense to urge a compliance with the for the grade licenses that they course. .,.
Atlanta, 5; Chattanooga, 0. the assistance of the stranded vessel. Sunday and Monday. law. sought. (Continued on last page.)

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fiNDS will be Democrats,'in sympathy

MTflflUSIIHWHEN\ [ with ical Ordinarily looking viewpoint the administration.at McReynolds,things being a from mugwump is the not givento polit-, but 1'! ,I : r For r Tile NOxI Thirty n Is j i,

he had his fingers burned by a Re- '
IT BECOMES DESIRABLETO publican district attorney, and that : We will be pleased to list both city and county
has made him somewhat GREAT
GET RID OF A POSTMASTER experience : property, both improved and unimproved. A postal or
kindly disposed to the suggestion thatis
AN INSPECTOR IS being constantly put to the fore :. telephone call will bring a representative.mi .
PUT TO WORK by the politicians, that he should or-
ganize his department with the administration's -
Washington, Sept. 5.-A center "friends" and not its SHUT SALEAT & WAY
rush on the patronage battlements is "enemies."

being organized. ... Many Democratic United States marshals and dis-
United States senators are enlistedin trict attorneys are commissioned fora
the movement and Democratic tenure of four years, but Postmaster _
members of the house of representa General Burleson has a way of 15 SOUTH ORANGE AVENUESPKCTAL
tives are wishing the enterprise god- .getting out of office presidential post-
speed. .masters that is heartily commended .I.I.I.e.I..lelll..I..I. . . . I..I..I. .
The center rush is to be on in full I by the politicians to the thoughtful
force as soon as the present extra I consideration of Attorney General

session of congress ends. It is McReynolds. When a postmaster is : J FOU
Brown &
thought now that congress will ad- to be decapitated an inspector investigates Lartidue's
journ by the middle of next month, and reports that he has not SATURDAY and MONDAYLace
so that the latter part of October and been giving proper attention to his
the month of November should wit- office. Postmaster General Burleson

ness some patronage developments. does the rest. In a short while a!
The movement relates chiefly to Democrat is filling that postmaster'sshoes. i I
Banding 25c yard
senatorial patronage and will be devoted i per

to prying loose the bonds that! The process is simple, easily! understood I
hold United States marshals, district expeditious and effective. I SeeHHUMMHMttMMMMMIMMMMMMIMIIMIMtM Them in Window Ribbons lOc per yard

attorneys, revenue collectors and col- I Trimmed Hats Each
lectors of customs in office. Of WORKING UP INTERESTIN I $2.00
course, such an upheaval, if it comes, MOBILE MEETING
will carry with it the major places
under these officials, and will be ex- Washington, Sept. 5.-Announce-
tensive in its character. ment was made today that John Bar-
Democratic senators are especially rett, director general of the Pan-
hopeful of being able to break into American union, and Dr. J. Clarence
the clover patch through the depart- Owens, managing director of the Agents for Barclay Corsets

ment of justice. It is being impressedupon Southern Commercial congress, will j *
Attorney General James C. Mc- leave Washington next Tuesday on a
Reynolds with the force of a ton of small speaking tour of sixteen southern -I
brick that he should profit by the lesson -I states in the interest of the fifth
of District Attorney McNab of annual meeting of the Southern Com-

California, a Republican who handed mercial congress. The congress will frfrWSniillitimilllMltlMMMItMllillMillllMMOcala I I _
him the hot end of the poker in the- meet at Mobile: Ala., October 27 to ,
Diggs-Caminetti white slave case. 29. I Banner: Mr. A. Magruder FLORIDA CHAMBER OF
Six-room Bath and Modern house. One Block
It is being gently and diplomatically Among the cities at which they will..Forrester, of Arcadia, who through COMMERCE MEETS OCT. 9 Pantry,
rubbed in on the attorney general i deliver addresses will be Baltimore,'I the efforts of Senator Duncan U. from and in view of Lake Lucerne. Two blocks from

that if he had had a Democratic district -;Richmond, Va., Raleigh, N. C., Columbus "I I Fletcher, has just received the appointment On Thursday, October 9th, the station, east side of Atlantic Coast Line Railroad. Lot
attorney in office in Californiahe : S. C., Atlanta, Ga., Jackson-i I of assistant foreman of Florida State Chamber of Commercewill feet shaded
on west by Camphor trees, on
would have been spared all of the the Congressional Record at Washington 100x142
ville, Fla., Mobile, Ala., and Knoxville hold its annual session. At that
embarrassments that grew out of Mc-I Tenn. at a fine salary, began his ca- south by large Oaks. Nice Lawn. 50 bearing Grape-
time officers will be named and
Nab's efforts to "put him in a hole." i The Pan-American Commercial conference reer as a printer in the office of the new fruit and Oranges and 100 younger trees; also English
From this premise it is argued that under theauspices of the !Ocala Banner twenty-eight years ago, another year's work outlined.
) Walnuts Guavas Pecans Bananas and
I Pineapples
the attorney general does not know,, PanAmerican union, will participate and since that time has always beenin The present officers are: Henry
and can not know, when some other, with the Southern Commercial con- the printing business. His Florida Clay Stanford, president; Lew B. bearing. 40 Acres heavy pine timbered Land, northwest /

district attorney or United States i' gress in this convention. The convention friends learn with pleasure of his Brown, of St. Petersburg, first vice- side Lake Barton,
marshal will touch off a mine under. theme will be "The Relation I'''appointment. In a letter to the editor president; C. H. Walker, of Bartow,
him, and the best plan, according t 0 l I 1 of the United States to the Panama! of the Banner Mr. Forrester pays second vice-president; J. N. Wh'tner; ,
the attorney general's senatorial ad. Canal, to Latin-America and to!a fine compliment to Senator Fletcher. of Sanford, third vice-president; S.
visers, is to reorganize the force oi f: World Commerce." I Caldwell, of Jasper, fourth vicepresident { Apply "Sentinel" Office j
the department of justice from ocear I and H. H. Richardson, of Jacksonville -

to ocean, so that the men holding re. For the news, read The Sentinel.I For the news, read the Sentinel. secretary. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Washington, Sept. Indignant ; e Boys'o ClothieF i FISH AND GAME I Ii
4TT For anything in the
women with shiny noses are threat-
ening the peace of the treasury de- II line of PRINTING 45 IV. Church Street Kept under the best sanitary conditions.Everything .
\l| come to us and we
the result of order
partment as an
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satisfactory work at prices
Skelton Williams, forbidding clerksto fIM4ii 1i44 >f14N1N ; and pure. ;
handbags, lunch boxes or that are RIGHT. quality confections by a trial purchase i
other packages into the big treasury of a pound box of our I We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have i

house of the government. This has Getting Prices on your CHOCOLATESBON everything in the Meat Line. !
been accepted by the eight hundred Brick and Stone Work BONS t

women clerks as a direct attempt to MUNNIMAKERSNotices Before Building.
of Lost, Wanted. For Sale, A "pointer" for the I
eliminate the powder puffs. Secre Rent, etc., for this column, 25c for one Phone or Write person wantingthe The PARLOR MARKET Ii
tary Williams reports that the orderis 50c for three days, or The for one reek, Brick and best at a reasonable price-the
25 words or less. Money must utmost in purity and deliciousness
a precautionary one, solely. the advertisements for this column, as
insertions will be made on credit. : Stone Daintily packed and in the original i
"How on earth can a woman keep Works H. M. Self & Co.
shapes and variety of fla>ors.BUTTS .
her neck
the of her
tip nose or pre
sentable demanded an indignantwoman CHAS. A. DALLAS, Prop. 18.20 PINE STREET !
clerk, "when she is denied the to loan on improved Kandy KitchenOur

one thing with which to do it?" It'sa erty. S. Y. Phone No. 80 :

man-made order, and a man prob
Say, have you heard about to You an Invitation job department is equipped
ably isn't supposed to understand.
the artistic photographer's Studio with up-to-date faces of type, modern MMiMIIIMIIMIIIttllltmiHtimilHIIMmiMIIMMMUMMIMt
Anyway, we are drawing a formal call at our sample rooms
100, North Main street? machinery and competent workmen,
protest against it. 11 Arcade Bldg. to look over and to turn out beautifuland
"But it was suggested you might Hotel Breakers, Daytona Beach prepared
of artistic work. Estimates fur LetusgurennyourJPrrnting 0
carry the puff and powder in your new hotel; has all modern over 600 Suitings
nished and satisfaction
stock-" iences; fronts on Ocean just and Winter, 1913. You guaranteed.
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not let another day be-
men in chorus. "There are men i in I and upwards. Special rates by pass MMMMMIM*
every room. We'd make fine spectacles week or month. We make a make your selections.

of ourselves under such an ar ty of sea food dinners Thursday you have your measure taken MMMMIMMtilllMIMIM II.I : .
all rangement. Under the new order ings and Sunday noon. - have to walk out of our MIMMMMiillllimimi_' !!I I I ot MMMIPHHtmiMMM
packages and handbaggage must - -
be left in the locker room in the base TO SCHOOL PRINCIPALS.The it will be right You MIMMMMMIi

ment of the building before the clerks be of it. We
school piano should sure will Guarantee
actually pass into the part of the .
in good condition for the opening
great structure devoted the and that our suits are the
granite to the school, and have the benefit A
housing of Uncle Sam's cash and se .
good instrument from the
curities. This, the clerks i is
Please send in your orders NOW '
risky, and they object to inviting per fore the stress of the busy FASHION SHOP Gas

sonal losses.GENEVA is on. Bld' Orlando, Fla.: Range e .

2t WADE, the
- W.po- FOR -

I FOR SALE-One horse, c
Geneva, Sept. 5.-At a meeting of and harness. T. J. Shepard,
the board of trade, the question of W. Jackson street. ,
building a new school louse
was ASK your grocer for Jackson Number 187
taken up. Coffee. 6-21-tf. I
Mr. McLain opened the discussion, $14.00 Number 52-$20.00
FOR SALE-New modern
explaining the need of a better school house, centrally located. Apply j What kind of a coal or wood range could you get for $14.00 or 20.00: But then, you can'tcompare
building and of a high school course office. 7-1 d & s these neat and handy ranges to coal or wood stoves, because a Gas Range is a coal
here in Geneva, mentioning the fact stove with a college education." A Gas Range doesn't radiate heat through all four sides to heat
that there is also a fund BUY a lot in Thornton Park, a up the kitchen and waste fuel, all the heat is used where it is needed and there is always just
suburb in east part of the city. 8 1.1 the amount you want. Neither do you have to "lug" coal or wood for a Gas Range-just twist
about one thousand dollars available 1- Jensen. the wrist and strike a match. ORLANDO WATER AND LIGHT CO., Gas Department.
for this Mr. Kilbee said
purpose. FOR SALE-Two good sound .
when the matter of building a sixty, gentle mules. Fine workers IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'IIIII'IIIIIIIII IIIIIIII'
thousand dollar court house came up' a bargain, if taken at once. Call d&J. IIIIII'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIOI IIIIIIII'

with in Orange county some years ago, he or lando address, Fla. C. Whitney Wright 7.10 d, book tells how everybody
many others thought it meant
and whether or not they
ruination for the county, but he afterwards FOR SALE-Player piano, 88- tHIIMIIMMIMHCMKMMMMMMMIMMMI
discovered that his share of Remington, made by Starr to credit.
Co., Richmond, Ind. Cost $700
the cost amounted to about five dol nr '
slightly used, good shape in every
lars. This he said was an eyeopenerto spect. Will make some reduction BUSINESS MEN'S SPECIAL PRICES )
him in the matter of public im cash. Music with same. For ASSOCIATION.
provements. The total amount information apply to P. 0. Box I
may Winter Garden, Fla. 7.10.4 f
sound big, but when divided up among
the tax payers, the share of each one THE BEST BARGAIN IN ORLAN f OtOtIII000HI IH

, is small.
10 room house, can be used EVERYTHINGIN
Mr. Rehbinder and Mr. Raulerson families, modern, in good We always have special prices, but we

talked on the necessity of providinga lot 70x230, fronting on one of -
place for the high school until the prettiest lakes in town, and on do not have any sales.

new building can be finished.* The streets.something Easy good terms.and cheap If see you us. FEEDFOR Our plan is to take the money it would
town hall was suggested, also the 8-295t-eod LORD &
feasibility of moving the Buda schoolhouse cost to make a sale, and put it into Real

on to the lot here at Geneva, FOR RENT -
for temporary use. Mr. Mathieux - -- --- Bargains, such as will be to our custom.ers'
FOR RENT end flat
Cottage ,
thought the Buda building would not nished and unfurnished.
be worth moving.A 6-26 tf. JAMES A. KNO ; [ STOCK T L advantage.We .

petition drawn up by Mr. Reh FOR--RENT-Store room- on the mention a few articles that will go

binder, asking the county board to corner of Church and
call an election for the purpose of Size at reduced prices :
streets. of store 24x70.

voting dollars on a, bond was signed issue of by five nearly thousand all opening for dry goods, shoes and I LAUBACH Regular $ 2.50 and $3.00 White Pique
present. linery store. M. Slemons. 96.il The Grain Man.
Skirts at $1.74.
A petitioner drawn up by Mr. I I WANTED ; Street, Phone 18
bee was also presented, asking that Regular $1.50 and $ 2.00 White Skirtsat
!i WANTED-Plain sewing of : .
the governor appoint a justice of the
peace for this district. This question, kinds. 13 Church *street, over 96 Cents.A .
vorite theater.
though favorably received, was left
new line of Shirt Waists and Balkan
open until the next meeting.One LOST AND FOUND WELCOME TO

new member was voted in, Mr. FOUND A Blouses from 46 Cents up.
riding skirt. Owner
T. W. Geiger, making the total mem- ROYAL PALM
bership fortythree.Our get same by calling at the I 25 Per Cent off on Shoes.
office and paying for this ad.
organization, though it has not SHOP
done any big things as yet, has been ANNOUNCEMENTJust
of value in -- --
providing -- -
a means of talk- ---
ing over questions of public interest received new lot factory Modem and Complete.

and of "getting together." onds. They look good to us. new, individual !

P1NELLAS WEDDINGS OFFSET DIVORCES TO I.PROPERTY W. PHILLIPS OWNERS& : I i iI :No attachments to atone make has this at been every shop left H. K l" NeworkBargaillS1ore r! i rl [

am now settled in larger, th erequirements of the MtMIMMMIMIIM IMMMIMMIMIMmimmiMMCMMI
St. Petersburg, Sept. Offsetting and better quarters in the Rock particular. Plenty of MMMiMMHMMMM MltMMIittH

the divorce record of Pinellas county ing, opposite the San Juan Courteous attendants. --- --

and showing that Cupid is still on the I rooms 1 and 2, which my ELIJAH WHITEHEAD, .+fMIIMIMMIMMIIIMtllMtiitlMMIttHMHIIMIIIimillIMtMlittttt t.,'
job, the records of the county clerk's business required.I Proprietor.

office show that 412 marriage licenses am revising my sales list, and .
I Ave, Orlando, Fla.
have been granted in the twenty ready to list your city and t lisn an ervicea le are an ccessories at [conornical PricesSuits

months that Pinellas has been a coun property.

ty separate from Hillsboro. Duringthe From all reports received from --

time that this county has had its friends and business connections FOR SALE for men, women or boys. If you intend to spend the holiday out of

own record books a total of seventy the North, I shall do a large in type, body and job Dresses for women and girls. town do not forget these:

divorce decrees have been granted, this winter, and will use my best six point up, in large quad ti Straw or felt hats or caps for man or boy. UMBRELLAS
but the wedding record keeps far forts to sell the properties listed ; cases and racks; Non New Neckwear. PARASOLS

ahead. me.I press, 12x17, in good order, Crepe and muslin waists. RAINCOATS
have many satisfied fixtures Wool and cotton dress skirts.
together with Suit Cases, Grips or Trunks--a Complete
Pinellas county has issued four who became winter residents of of other printing material), Balkan blouses. Line. -i
hundred and twelve marriage licenses lando and vicinity by my or address -
since its beginning The efforts, and
as a county. they are now boosting THE
seventy divorces that have been Orlando and SENTINEL, Orlando, Fla. ; Come in and pay us a visit anytime justto look around.. We feel sure y. will see

granted in the same time are still i in Yours truly, light and unobstructed for something to interest 7MLIB. k __

the minority.Be CARL JANSEN, in artistic photography. _

Real Estate, Notary Public, find these only at Evans' SALOMON ORLANDO
Be up-to-date, read The Sentinel. Insurance. 1m No. 100 North Main street ,



THE, DAILY PROPOSITION THAT SHOULD BE1 ing up their blessings make a super- frogs, in California, a number of titled MIMMIMMMttllt MtMM JilMMMIM, .
t REJECTED I ficial inventory that fails to credit women of England have writtento
South Florida SentinelMORNING
r 1 the source from which many of their Bishop William Hall Moreland, of

r AND WEEKLY Florida has a State Chamber of I dearest benefits flow. It is easy to the Sacramento diocese of the Epis- FACTORY SECONDS

t JOSIAH FERRIS, Editor and Owner Commerce. The organization never I overlook the home town in summingup copal church.

-- amounted to be- the sources of one's happiness be-
- -- anything, probably The letters requesting the informa-
I- '
Entered at the Orlando. Florida
postoffice at
f as Second Claw Mail Matter. cause the officers chosen to direct its 'cause the town is such a large, all- tion were accompanied by a note of NEW LOT JUST RECEIVED AND

SUBSCRIPTION RATES energies and efforts were not the enveloping thing-so large, in fact, approval from the archbishop of Can-
right kind of timber needed for this that it's hard to see-and the citizen terbury. Among the noble women I THEY LOOK JUST AS GOODS

THE DAILY SEXTIXEL particular work. blindly draws sustenance from it like who made the request are the Duchess II I THE GUARANTEED CASINGS,

r One Year ....................$5.00 Mr. H. H. Richardson, who was sec- an infant from its mother. Insteadof of Belford, the Marchioness of

Six Months .... .... .. .. ... .... 2.50 retary of the Jacksonville Board of casting wondering and envious Salisbury, Countess Waldegrave, i I AND WITH DUE CARE WILL

>, Three Months .... .... ........ 1.25 Trade, was elected secretary of the glances at a distant New York, let Lady Balfour, Lady Willoughby de !i L GIVE THE FULL GUARANTEED
l State Chamber of Commerce, and not us glow with pride for our own little Bok, the Countess of Shelborne, Miss I

month.By newt Daily carrier and in Sunday.Orlando. 50 cents per long ago he resigned his position in town, realizing that the difference is Violet Markham, Lord Haldane's ; MILEAGE AND COST YOU

Jacksonville to become connected with only one of degree and not of kind." daughters, and :Miss Balfour.In .
The Orlando Morning Sentinel can be foundon ABOUT ONE-THIRD LESS.
gale in Orlando at Curtis & O'Neal's BookStore the Southern Settlement and Devel- -Woodbury Reporter. his reply, Bishop Moreland wrote
and Wright Brotheft.
opment Organization, a concern o that suffrage ha3 brought a better
We will appreciate prompt complaint if
delivery is not promptly made by our carriers. backed by an English syndicate, as JACKSON FOUR POINTS legislature.

Advertising rates will be furnished on ap we understand it. Now the proposi. IN LEAD BATTING I -- .
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plication. tion comes from Mr. Richardson to I i

THE WEEKLY SENTINEL have the Florida State Chamber of Chicago, Sept. 6.-Joe Jackson is t!
Per by mail postage paid $1.00
Address year THE SENTINEL Orlando. &. Commerce absorbed by the Southern out in front of American league bat Gasoline I :.20ci \
: ; SHOP
Office 107 Court Phone Street.%4.Arcade Building. Development company. ting honors by four points, according II I SERVICE I

SUNDAY SEPTEMBER- -7, 1913 would This probably appears to be be very a coalition good for that theli I 11 to Cleveland the week's man's unofficial record shows statistics..387 The for ! GULF 22c ,

| development company and probably 125 games, against .383 for Cobb in TilE KIND THAT BRINGS A i
The shell fish commissioner wants |,
very bad for the State Chamber of 96 : That is the way several of the
to the industry in CUSTOMER BACK TilE NEXT
rejuvenate oyster
Florida. He'll have a hard time put- Commerce. It is the very kind of Zimmerman's advance toward the I : leading garages in a big Georgia t tI
thing that should be most I TIME FOR IT INCLUDES PUMPING (
ting life into an oyster. carefully j top in the National league is a feature -! I city had their signs read not so
avoided. 1 of the race for honors in that : : !
There is a field for the Florida circuit. The 1912 champion is i
Thaw felt sorry for Jerome when I 1QfN+
State Chamber of Commerce to fillI]hitting .315, but is eleventh in rank. j : AND KEEPING CAR NICELY POL-
the latter was thrust in jail, and ;
there is work to do and a sphere of I Daubert, the real leader, is within 31 t: There must be a reason for it.
wanted to go on his bond. Could ISHED. ALL THIS IS A PART OF
usefulness for
an organizationto of first held
points place, by Yingling, I
fellow ?
that be called a feeling GULP GASOLINEIS
operate in. So long as the organization the Brooklyn pitcher, with an average : OUR SHOP SERVICE AND IT IS
o I is kept free from entangling of BETTER
.372 for 29 games. Daubert's :
The Lake Worth Herald throws a
fit about Thursday afternoon closing alliances there is yet the chance for average is .369 for 119 games. I: However it does not cost you FREE.
it to fulfill at least some of the ob- Johnson of Washington leads the I any more in Orlando than the
declaring it a menace to progress. :
jects for which it was organized, but American league pitchers in I, other kind.
Well! Who would a thought it?
as certain as it is absorbed by some won and lost, and Demaree of New :

That man -0 is happy who can keep I I other purely body private, or enterprise is allied, it with will some lose .in York the and National.Humphries of Chicago lead : IiNM

his and treat sights foibles every leveled of fellow his above as fellow he the would man failings and de- :its state the identity organization organization.and its have usefulness The no officers right as of to a a Johnson percentage has both of won have.806.29 ard Demaree lost 7,and for I:: P.G.WALTONAgentV PHONES { 269111111111111111111I1111111 450 I.1Y.\ r PHILLIPS & SONS o H

serve to be treated if he were a real Humphries won 13 and lost :
white hobble and gag the State Chamber of 3, their percentages of victories being '
man. Commerce and deliver it over to the .813. tMMMUMHIIHtH'FOR ...

o Southern -- --------
Development company. It
The has been fol-
diaphanous gown
is true that they are preparing to
lowed by the X-ray shoe. Now if we deliver "MERCHANT OF VENICE"
a corpse, but it is a corpse
get the transparent bodice, the trans- OPENED ORLANDO SEASON
that may be galvanized, and it is in i
lucent corsage, the limpid waist and the '
enlivening process that Mr. Rich
the gossamer frou-frou we'll have a ardson is evidently interested since Mr. Edouard D'Oize and his com SEPTEMBER
clear case against 'em.o the Ven a
he has become identified with the pany presented Merchant of
Southern Development We ice at the Orlando opera house last
Senator Nat Bryan has joined the hope to see this proposition defeatedif night. It was the first attraction of

phrase-makers' union. He says, "I it should come up at the next the season and fully justified the ad- Birthday Gifts-The Sapphire

am always willing to swap a poor meeting of the State Chamber of vance advertising as to the ability of

opinion for a good one for I realize Commerce, which is to be held i in the cast and the special costumingand
that it is more important for me to Ocala in October. scenery. It is to be regretted

be right than to be consistent. that a larger audience did not greet
o- the company.Mr. .

Our old friend Moses Folsom has APPLIES TO ORLANDO D'Oize is an actor of decided SEPTEMBER'S STONE IS THE SAPPHIRE lnLE 1

been elected secretary of the Palatka talent, and is one of the few younger
Board of Trade. Capt. Folsom i is "Traced to the sources of most of actors in the country who are tryingto OF CONSTANCY, TRUTH, HAPPINESS AND SUCCESS.

highly capable and the work just life's blessings will be found to have make a success of Shakespeareanplays. LET US SHOW IT TO YOU MOUNTED IN A BRACELET .

suits him. The Sentinel congratu- their root that aggregation of human He has a difficult task before
lates both parties to the contract. beings and human interests known as him, for the works of the immortal HANDY PIN, BAR PIN, LOCKET OR RING, ANY

o a town. The town is the unit of bard seem to be beyond the appreciation -! ONE OF WHICH WILL MAKE HER EYES SPARKLE WITH

West Palm Beach is trying to getup modern civilization and is the chan- of the present day. :Mr.

a slogan, or legend, or whateveryou nel through which civilization con- D'Oize has a good voice and fine con- DELIGHT.
fers its benefits. There is ception of the he
scarcelya parts attempts. He
call it-and the
may County
newspaper there suggests for the W. phase of civilization that does not is not unknown to local playgoers,

P. B., "Where Purity Blooms." Makeit find direct and specific expression in I I and indeed Florida has been a favorite BLUE GEM IN SCARF PINS, TIE CLASPS AND CUFF

more appropriate, and say, "Where the life and organization of a town field for him. It seems rather unfor- LINKS.
Politics Boil." that is large enough to have a school, tunate for him that his appearance i in

o a court house, a library, a bank, a this state was not timed for a later: COME IN AND SEE THEM.

mill or factory, a church, a water- tour, for this particular season is not
Those fellows in Washington are
works, a brass band, a newspaper anda favorable to crowded theaters. He
fooling somebody. There are half a
railroad station. Representing education interpreted the role of Shylock to the
dozen for
applicants the position of
jurisprudence, literature, entire satisfaction of the audience
United States marshal for the north-
finance, industry, religion, hygiene, and was the recipient of much merited
district and
ern one of them
every fU.Evnthe
"feels certain of getting it." This i is art, and the speedy distribution of applause. Miss Flagg, in the part Jeweler
positively crool. intelligence .and commodities, these of Portia, was pleasing and effective.

institutions express all that is high The other players were well above
o- .
est and best in human achievement. the average.
Hon. Harry Goldstein, of Nassau, Its civilization is
good, then the hometown OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE
the gentleman who wrote the late
is good, and the citizens should ENGLISH SUFFRAGISTS
revenue bill, is going to be a candi be
proud and
date for the senate. If the
seldom stop to consider how much EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING
Harry will let the merchants who their
town means to them. They take Sacramento, Cal., Sept. 6.Askinfor g
levied with
were that tax
coupon it too
much for granted, and in
count the results attained by equal suf-
manage the election he won't run

far. d_

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A certain Washington
correspondent -
is making the mistake of attempt-

ing to tell about Florida politics from San Juan Garage I

Washington. He makes himself both I

ridiculous and obnoxious, and would':

do better to stick to those things that j

his then readers perhaps know he could nothing fool some about-of I I All that is in favor in Ladies'

them. o I REBUILTOne I

Felix Diaz is the starry optimistof

the day. He says he will be the

next president of Mexico. The op-

timism of Felix is double-sided; first, 1912 Five Passenger Touring Car, Furnishings and Fancy NotionsMarion

that he is popular enough to be elect ..
ed, and next in his desire to be presi- complete new tires

dent of such a troublous republic.]

It is much pleasanter to play diplo $450One

mat, as he is now doing on his mis-
sion to Japan.

o Cadillac Five Passenger Touring Car,
Harry Floyd wanted a commission

form of government for the state. complete

The last legislature came mighty near S

to giving us just that: We have a $600One .

fish commissioner, a hotel commis-
sioner, three tax commissioners,more
power and added salaries for the rail-
1912 Four.
Passenger 30
road commissioners, and tried to giveus h.p. ,

a labor commissioner and an im- complete '
migration commissioner and a few I I B. Ives

others. But this is not the kind of $550Don't

commissoin government that Harrywas 1

thinking about. lie wanted five

commissioners to take the place of j

the governor and the legislature and : forget that our Ajax Tires carry a written EXCLUSIVE MILLINERY PARLORS

all the rest of the paraphernalia, in- of
eluding the other commissioners, that guarantee 5,000 miles. McCALLUM SILK HOSIERY Second Floor BON TON CORSETSt :

we have with us anyway. II f ,

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Mr. T. B. Mercer, of Memphis, is I Want advertisements interest many MUSIC RECITAL .IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIOI.eIIIIIIIIIIIICIII..I.C.What .

in Orlando on business. readers.Mr. .

The music pupils of Mrs. W. E.
THE TUNER Messrs. J. C. Chase, of Jacksonville, Frank Williams leaves today Stevenson gave a recital Friday after-

ORLANDO.FLA. and S. 0. Chase, of Sanford, are in for Pass-a-Grille and will return Monday noon. A feature of the entertain- to Eat !

J1 .the city. accompanied by his family, who ment was the singing of Miss Eliza-

I have been spending the past few beth Branham.1iss Branham was a
: Hon. A. B. Newton, of Winter Garden weeks at that popular resort.
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Johnson have former pupil of Mrs. Stevenson. She,

gone to Tampa on a visit. I was among the business trans- leaves soon for her second year att I CELERY PUMPKIN
actors in Orlando yesterday. Rev. Heckman, of Orlando, presi- Sullins
college, Virginia. Among the I CABBAGE STRING BEANS
dent of the conference of the churchof
Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Dunlop have pupils who took part in the recital i i TOMATOES
gone to Newark, Ohio, for a while. Mrs. J. C. Warren and son, J. C. the Seventh Day Adventists, spent were Misses Altha Tichenor, Marietta I!
Jr., will arrive Tuesday from Dothan, Tuesday in town, guest of Mrs. Hair. Tichenor, Julia Bunch, Susie Bunch,j OKR.ALLIGATOR PEARS

Mr. John C. Dyer, of Ala., to visit Captain and Mrs. J. C. -Delray Progress. Willie Cox, Ida Jernigan, Celia Salomon PEPPERS PINEAPPLESBANANAS

is a late arrival at the PhiladelPhia'l Wilson.W. Lillie Hoequist, Annie Crux, \ SQUASH
After a pleasant visit of four Elizabeth Carlson and Master Carl i

Mrs. W. G. Johnson left yesterdayto H. Byrd, agent for the Singer: weeks with her parents, Dr. and Mrs.S. Lynk. Refreshments of cream and; THE ABOVE ARE A FEW OF THE MANY GOOD THINGS

spend several days in St. Peters- Sewing Machine company, has been Cook, Miss Edith Cook will leave cake were enjoyed. WE HAVE.
transferred from Orlando to Kissimmee Monady for Storm Lake, Iowa, where .
I and has rented a portion of the she is a valued teacher in Buena Vis- EPWORTII LEAGUE ELECTSThe

Miss Gladys Magruder left yester-I! old Valley Gazette building as sales- ta college.Mr. I! COME AND SEE FOR YOURSELF.

II room.-Valley Gazette.Mr. Epworth League enjoyed a .
day for Tampa, where she will spend
J. Greville Haslam, R. U. S. marshmallow supper and social evening j
several days.
H. E. Bates, of the contractingfirm Y. S., of New Orleans, who has been at the Melrose Friday evening, CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.

Miss Nina Ray leaves tomorrow for of Ange & Bates, left yesterday coming to Orlando for the past twen- being brought together especially for

I for Kokomo, Ind., to close up his affairs ty-five years, arrived last night on the election of officers, which resultedas I
Macon, Ga., where she will teach in
in that the Coast Line and will remain until i follows \
city preparatory to mov- : THE
the high school in that city. I GROCERY
I ing to Orlando to live. Mrs. Bates Monday evening. President, James Burden; first vice-

Mrs. Ida Galy and daughter, Miss will join him here about October 1. I I president, Miss Eliza Wright; second I ; CARUTHERS & GORE
Mrs. Lena VanDuzor and daughter vice-president, Miss Jessie White
Chariina, left yesterday for St. Petersburg I ; 5 Phone 200 6 & 8 Pine Street.
and Bradentown, to visit The many friends of the Butts fam- Miss Eleanor VanDuzor, arrived third vice-president, Miss Ruth )lc-:

friends.Mr ily in Orlando will learn with regret I this week from Orlando, and are theguests Cullough; fourth vice-president, Miss I..IIII. I.IIIIIIIIIIIII.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII..tl.I..,...

I that the condition of Mrs. Cecil Butts, of relatives for a stay of a Corinne Lockhart; secretary, Irvin i- -- -- --- -- --- -- -
I who is ill in an Atlanta sanitarium, month or six weeks in Jacksonville.- Wev; treasurer, Herbert Franklin; I
,, C. Sandlin, representing the
-does not improve. The latest reports ,Jacksonville Metropolis.Mr. corresponding secretary, Joe Wad- School Days
Mobile & Ohio railroad, was in Or-I-|J from her bedside were extremely dis nick. Begin Sept. 29And
lando yesterday in the interest of his I
i'couraging.Dean Green W. Mathias is in Orlando -
road. i'
again for another MAYER-SHEPP I
season having
I -
I all text-books for grades below the High
L. A. arrived yesterday from South Caro-
Spencer government
Mr. A. M. Johnson, of Chicago, arrived
agent in charge of the Seminole In- lina. Mr. Mathias is a successful The marriage of Miss Serena C.
in Orlando last evening and School must be changed. We have the lists of
I'dian affairs in this state, who has buyer and hipper of'fruits and pro- Mayer and Mr. James Albert Sheppis
will spend today in the city, a guest'of
been making this city his headquarters duce and has many friends in this announced to take place at the
the San Juan. during the past six weeks, left section who are delighted at his re- home of the bride's parents, Mr. andbjrs. all new books to be used for each grade, and

yesterday afternoon for his home in turn. Jacob Mayer, at 8 o'clock I
Mrs. W. P. Pillains, who has been
Orlando.-Fort Myers Press. j Wednesday morning, September 10. wish to urge students to exchange now, and
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.S. j
I Mrs. George Lee Atkins motored to The couple will leave on the after
A. Robinson, returned to her homein
Lakeland Mr. A. A. Carmack, of Browns- Sanford, Orlando and Winter Park noon train for their future home. The avoid the great delay and confusion that will
I i ville, Pa., who spent last winter in last week, accompanied by her mother groom is a prominent banker of Den-

Orlando, arrived yesterday. He and Mrs. C. B. Hendricks, Mrs. J. R. ver, Colo. The bride is a most charm- result from waiting until opening day. A
Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Partridge and!.
Mr. E. T. Jackson were on their way Davis of Orlando and Wm. Thigpeni ing and accomplished young woman.S. .
daughter, Miss Lucie, have returned
the I,to Auburndale for a short visit andI i i Sanford, the trip and stops at the liberal allowance for old books in good con-
from a delightful trip through W. Shepard has returned from
I I upon their return will stop over here several places consuming from Tues-
New England states. two months in Nova Scotia.
for a day or two before going north.I day until Thursday.-Daytona Ga- spent dition.
He traveled much between Halifax
will return later to the zetteNews.Col. *
They spend !
Mr. John T. Horner left last night
and Yarmouth, taking in a number of
for Waynesville, N. C., where he was winter. I towns, and he was much impressedwith GET YOUR SCHOOL BOOKS NOW.
T. J. Watkins arrived in Or-
called by a telegram stating that his the country. It is delightful
I Mr. E. T. Jackson arrived in Orlando lando yesterday afternoon from
Earl Horner, was ill and
son very there in the summer, he says. He
last night from Wilkinsburg,, Waynesville, where he and Mrs.Vat-
not expected to live. .
spent a goodly part of the time with
Pa. Mr. Jackson has been spendinghis ; kins have been spending the past W. S. BRANCH
his old friend, Calvin Bishop, at Kent- ,
Dr. Silas Cooke and wife will leave winters in this city for ten years i month. Col. Watkins was greeted
ville. The Arcade Book and Music Store
Orlando Monday for Auburndale, and brought several friends with him i warmly by his many friends. He reports -

where Dr. Cooke will serve the Presbyterian on this trip who will look around for a pleasant vacation, but says Mr. Thomas B. Brodwater, the pop-
church as pastor. Orlando. an ideal spot to spend the winter, and 1 that Orlando is the best spot on the,ular teller in the State bank, left last
gives these pleasant people up with there is not much doubt but what t round globe for him. Mrs. Watkins night for Baltimore, where he will FOR SALE-A good Jersey cow with Best ever is what they say and

regret. they will locate here. .will not return until some time later.I spend the next three weeks. heifer calf. Isaac Vanderpool, Orlando people know. Evans Artistic

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[ BACK tain oil interests aid materially. The

large oil interests, I call no names. Mr. M. A. Fuller, who owns a fine
Then, again, I say these bandits drive young grove and large residence Home Journal Patterns :
MEXICAN REBELS( ( the cattle from the northern portionof south of the county home, will move
the country to the United States in a few days with his family to Or- in all the new numbers

SAYS MEXICAN CONGRESSMAN i: and sell them very cheap. Anyone lando where he has purchased a large MpA 1 RY Q
WHO VISITS TAMPA AND would know that they are stolen, just and valuable property on Pine street, t TaMA
GIVES STATEMENT TO driven out of our country by these centrally located. Miss Grace expects -- at

TRIBUNE"If roving revolutionists. Your southern to continue her studies in the
country is now full of cattle bought high school. They will be greatly I
the United States will observe cheap." missed in this neighborhood as theyare McCULLOCH'SDEPARTMENT

strict neutrality along the border, "How about the next president?" very popular.Mr. I DON'T BE AFRAID
Mexico will be able to take care of '
"How can you have an election with and Mrs. Roney and family, STOREA
situation and provide a stable
such conditions prevailing? It would from this section, have located in Or-I
and down the so-
not be an election. It would be a lando and will probably make their
To let children eat Ice Cream
rebellion stated Congressman: oour
called home there in the future. full line of Lace Embroideries
fraud, and then some one would kick
imply caution them to insist
Tomas Braniff, of Mexico, who is a I ,
because the election was not fair. Mr. Walter P. Hill is home from
guest at the Tampa Bay hotel, and: upon Ladies'
who has come direct from Mexico Huerta can not run again for presi- his duties in the custom house in Muslin Underwearand
I dent. He knows that. He is the pro- Tampa for a rest and vacation.
City, says the Tampa Tribune. POINSETTIAThere
Congressman Braniff arrived at the visional or temporary president, as Mrs. Walter Hill entertained her

Tampa Bay Wednesday evening with you would say, until a new election." cousin, Mrs. W. T. Champnys, from, Is a dealer in your town School Dresses

his wife and twelve year old daughter Mr. Braniff has been a congressman Apopka, last night. She was accom-I that makes a specialty of POIN-
and with two maids and a valet for two years from the state of panied by her two lovely children.Mr. SETTIA Ice Cream, and you can
valued specimens of dog Vera Cruz. His home is in Mexico Burrell Scott and
and' some family are safely send your children there Next Door to Evan's Store
City, and his hacienda or farm is in occupying their home here in Conway unattended, for POINSETTIA Ice : Jewelry : :

flesh.He spent the day in Tampa pur- Vera Cruz. I i and the children, or rather the Cream is made from PURE ... ........... . .. ''HUH .. M
chasing charts of southern waters, He was elected and yet defeated as :young folks, are attending school. CREAM thoroughly sterilized andIs _
and left last night with his valet for governor of Vera Cruz. He ran for Mr. James E. Crawford was out on SAFE.
Galveston, where he has had his yacht the office, and Madero wanted another Conway lake renewing his acquaintance Read The Sentinel "Want Ads" Every DayELECTRIC

sent, and he will bring it to Tampa to be governor, but wherever he with his old time haunts and incidentally IU for sale
and spend the winter cruising in Flor- went to speak they hissed him and using his skill in catchingfish.
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ida waters, going to Fort Myers, up threw oranges at him, and yet he He knows all the good places
the Caloosahatchie river through lake was elected. I where the finny tribe most abound.

Okeechobee to Fort Lauderdale, to "So it is I was elected and yet de Our school seems to be prosperingand V.W.ESTES&CO.ORLANDO I

Miami, Key West and other coast feated." grows larger daily. Mr. Ditter, FLA.No. [ VACUUM L CLEANED[ f
In parting Mr. Braniff said: the principal has made a call for ad-
Congressman Braniff is the only
"I do not speak conclusions. I I ditional desks and seats. There is in SIt
member of the family that speaks
state facts. The revolutionists have preparation a concert and oratorical
English, but he speaks it remarkably
new guns, Winchesters and such, and contest to be held soon.
well. He is somewhat modest and is just one hundred since
from the United States, I years
they come
retiring, but very emphatic.In I William Cullen Bryant wrote his fam- Have room or house
and every bullet comes from this ST. PETERSBURG ORGANIZES your
his interview he said: "
ous poem, "Thanatopsis, though it
"There is much that is reported of I country. "BOY FIRE SCOUTS" did not appear in print until 1817, cleaned without dust or troubleof

the Mexican situation that is mis- I when it was printed in the September
leading, and a censorship of mes-, The Florida Chamber of Commerce St. Petersburg, Sept. 5.-A novel issue of the North American Review.At .I i furniture
sages, I presume, keeps out much that meets in Ocala October 9. Albert H. corps of boy scouts is being organizedhere the time it was written, Bryantwas moving .

should be known. Roberts, secretary of the Fort Myers I today under the direction of the only 18 years of age, and it is no
"It is a fact that all the revolu- board of trade, is being mentioned for I ministry of the interior. The special doubt true, as was then said, that

tions start on the northern border of president. This is a great compli- corps or department will be called "this poem is alone sufficient to establish The Pierce Electric Co. send an Experienced
Mexico and work southward, and that ment to Mr. Roberts. He is a fine "fire scouts," the members of which the author's claim to the hon-

all these bandits are provided with young man and an active secretary. will be instructed in all the duties of ors of genius." James Grant Wilson man.

new guns and these of American I With due appreciation for his capa- grown up firemen, and especially in says: "It is related that when Bry-
make, and every gun and every bullet bilities we think a mature man of affairs the methods of first aid to fire vic-,ant's father showed a copy of 'Than

comes from the United States. I should be put at the head of this tims. Incidentally the members will atopsis' in manuscript, before its pub- SEE THEM FOR TERMS

"These revolutions are financed by organization; one with initiative, ex- receive a semi-military training. lication, to a lady well qualified to

American capital and as soon as they ecutive ability, interest in his state judge its merits, simply spying,
are put down in one place, and all and a desire to do something for Prices from $1.50 to $30.00 per dozen 'Here are some lines that our Willie

the guns and ammunition taken, they somebody besides himself. That's the -all artistic and high class at the has been writing,' she read the poem,
start again, and it seems to be goingin kind of man if we can find him. If 'Evans Photo Parlors-one block north raised her to the father's face,
circles. Just as soon as these ban-':'we can't get a man of some age and from Court House.Wantadvertise and burst into tears, in which Dr. the rlf flCE L[ [ELECTRIC L CO'llnc.

dits can get to the border and get; experience with these qualities to direct Bryant, a somewhat reserved and silent ',
stocked up again it starts anew." I I the body and a young man is tot for household help man, was not ashamed to join."
"You say, Mr. Braniff, these rebelsare be chosen we know of no one who i-making it strongly probable, instead CHURCH STREETTotliosewhoKnowUs
financed by American capital. Do I'would better fill the bill than Albert of barely possible, that you'll Money to loan on improved prop-

you know by what interests?" I Roberts. I succeed in the quest erty. S. Y. WAY. ..,.,.IIII, III" .... . .. " .." ,.

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able at Evans' new studio. ORLANDO, *V A. SLAUTER Show Room ; LIGHT THE

Preaching Sunday, both morningand "The "wants" are quick and effi- General Plumbing and Beating Contractor Sewerage and Septic Tank Construction.The i
Pres- most Modern Sanitation of the Age in my New Inventions in Plumb. [ PATH TO PROSPERITYMerchants I
evening, by the pastor, Rev. cient-they cost but a minimum.
ing, for both Private and Public Buildings. Fine Plumbing Fixtures. i
ton Boyd, Ph., B. V. D. B. Morning Estimates Cheerfully Given Repair Work Promptly Attended to. Prices Reasonable \
Rescue theme If want the news, subscribe for
subject, "A Glorious ; you .
for evening, "The Unpopular Man and I The Daily Sentinel. who use Electric Signs never lose I

the T.='i.ow..},.." I _______ _I their way by choosing the wrong road to .suc
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Prayer meeting at 7:30 p. m. on| .:MilllllMtlllillMMMIIMIMIilllll .. .. . . .MMMMMIMHIIHMMMIIMMI cess. You simply cannot fail to attract new

Wednesday.All I ItiillliMMIMMMMMIIMMMHMMHMMHMIMtllMMIIMMMMIQIIIimm' i customers if you use an Electric Sign. It acts

Tea Room.ST.services Very LUKE'S Public Rev.held CATHEDRALThe Edgar invited.in the A.Rest Sherrod and, : ORLANDO BANK A K a TRUST 1 COMPANY A f they like trade an command within irresistible its the reach attention magnet: That, of drawing buyers.is the all reason the

dean.Sixteenth Sunday after Trinity. II: Capital and Surplus and Undivided Profits 13000000. For Every Store OwnerNo i

Sunday school, 9:30 a. m.
Morning prayer, 10:30. I Resources over Three-quarters of a Million. matter how small his business, the Electric -
Celebration of holy communion and
sermon, 11 a. m. Statement As Rendered to the Comptroller Sign is the cheapest and most effective

Evening prayer and sermon, 7:45p. at the Close of Business advertising.Phone .
June 30th, 1913
m. for our Sign Designer to call and sub.
In the absence of Dean Sherrod for RESOURCESBanking
this Sunday, the Bishop will officiate, ? ; House, Furniture: mit a sketch.
the Dean giving service at Daytona. :. r and Fixtures ..........$ 25,867.37 No Trouble to Us---No Expense to You.

t ? Loans and Discounts ..... 355,589.33
METHODIST CHURCH 444 ' Overdrafts ............... 83.98
(At the Grand Theater) I Stocks and Bonds ........ 26,018.33
J. E. Wray, pastor. G 4& 't Cash on Hand and in Banks 254,088.11 I ORLANDO RATER & LIGHT m.

Sunday school at 9:45 a. m., C. E. 4
Howard, superintendent. ,, ; ,' $661,647.12
"Capital and Labor, the Coming LIABILITIES COOK WITH GAS

at 11 Capital _................
Struggle, Dr. Wray's subject y. 9 $100,000.00 ... ; ' " _'. 44+W+ "
a. m. Anthem by choir, "My Fath- -f Surplus and Undivided
er's House" (Macey). The Holy Sac- I Profits ................ 33,889.11
rament of the Lord's Supper. Deposits............... 527,758.01 11'111111111111111111111111111111111111111111011111"IHnods
at 6:45 m., H. .
Epworth League p. I
A. Hoffner, president."The : $661,647.12The
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Lost Tribe of Israel," pastor's officers and directors of the Orlando once
subject at 7:30 p. m. Anthem by the '
t1 : Bank and Trust Co. desire to
choir, "Still, Still With Thee" (Saul). It 1
< call the attention of its
;I e4 depositors and @
Solo by Miss Johnnie Smith, "Blest
t friends and the citizens of Orlandoto
Are the Pure in Heart" (Bruno I
the above statement. The manage. RIGHT NOW we offer two propositions on TERMS OF $10
) 14 ment of the Bank feels that this showing
Everybody most cordially invitedto t DOWN AND $10 PER MONTH. Every young man in
all these services. I i reflects the conservative, sane and Orlando should embrace this chance to begin or add to his
... progressive methods employed in this estate.
financial institution. Strength begets
BAPTIST CHURCH confidence, and strength is no where
Rev. Edward T. Poulson, D. D., pas- displayed better by a bank than in SEMINOLE PARK LOTS
United States Government, State and County Depository healthful statements to its patrons. On the Map Before Seminole County
tor.Mr.. C. M. Tichenor, superintendentof t Inside Lots $100. Corner Lots $125.
the Sunday school IIMMMIM Money and six per cent interest back one year from the date 4
Mr. Geo. W. Phillips, director of you complete purchase if dissatisfied.

the choir. Manure Fertilizer:
Hours of Service Sheep
Sunday school promptly at 9:30a. WRIGHT TOR-
m., with :Mr. Henry Symonds in '. REALTY & SBBD CO. P Near Lake Underhill. Finest grove land and finest grovesin
charge of the music. FOR REAL ESTATE. I Orange County. Develop a grove on your monthly spare
Worship in the auditorium at 10:45 'l liate Our Business Garden Tiuckor r fl 0 W e rs j change. PRICE $50 PER ACRE. Timber practically pays

a. m. and 7:30 p. m., with the pastorin Orlando, Florida for clearing.
the pulpit. Subject of morning PRODUCES RESULTS
sermon, "Warming at the Devil'sFires. I NO INTEREST-NO TAXES
." Anthem, "The Earth is the Does NOT BurnS1effl11' j j1 until you own the deed.

Lord's" (Lerman). Evening subject,I.
"Th eCity of God. Anthem, "The'.IMMHMHIiHMMMMIIMMMIMtMMtlMmttlHHIIMMMMMimiMtlllMHoffonMen's ': ORLANDO REAL ESTATE CO.

Pilgrims of the Night" (Parker).I ; Room 2. Watkins Block.I .
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Young People's meeting at 6:30, 1 SFOOIa1 i 1 1lit\ Sale I -

p. m., )Ir. L. E. Tomlinson, president.,: i I II I
The Junior will meet at 3 o'clock,.

in Prayer the afternoon.and fellowship service I:: R READ THE SENTINEL r FOR THE NEW

Wednesday evening at 7:30. : Suits offonBoys'Suitsl3 I
A Cordial Welcome to All I.
This church extends its hospitality :
offonMen'sPants l/3 offonBoys'Pants
to the public. We invite everybody to :
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worship with us. All seats are free.! 4Brick

Attentive dially have. The no invite pastor church ushers you will at home to the be be here doors.at glad home, to we If serve withus. cor-you $30.00 Suits now 20.00 $15.00 Suits now $10.00 r. KI! Brick KI! Bilek0CEMENT KI! i .

you as friend and minister. Please 27.00 18.00 12.00" 8.00 I i.
make yourself known to him.A .
I: 25.00 16.67 7.50 5.00 BRICKThese
New Jersey woman appeared
on the beach at Atlantic City yesterday -:: "
22.50 15.00 6.00
wearing a purple bathing suit slit:: Brick are better than Clay Brick

from the waist down was pelted with "
I. 20.00 13.33 3.00 2.00 and they are cheaper
sand by a mob that followed her, and W
she was fainting when the police rescued : "
18.00 12.00 Terms Cash Down
her. Who says the world is hot 1: : FRANK HYRES

growing better?-W. Va. Register. .
Maker of Artificial Stone
One ousof three is putting -
off work of some kind "until cool,: W. M. SLEMONS i
weather comes;" which is one of those i Telephone 159 Livingston Ave. on R.

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Coaticook, Que., Sept. 6.-Harry K. I.
Thaw's lawyers, having circumventedplans II I

: to deport him, and William, i

of OrlandoTHE Travers Jerome, having motored quietly .: A Bank Account

away to Norton's Mills, Vt., after .

his arrest yesterday, and release on I tI

$500 bail on a charge of gambling, Ys.
OLDEST BANK IN THE CITYAND Coaticook resumed its normal state
today. Thaw remained, deserted by Banking Service
counsel, in the immigration detentionpen

over the Grand Trunk railway


The Bank which transacts more business than Jerome's preliminary hearing w asset An account with: us means more than merely accepting -

any Bank between Jacksonville and Tampa for 9 o'clock this morning, before .. your deposits or making loans. .
Magistrate McKee, but his counsel

arranged to ask to have the hearings
f continued. Particular attention is given your individual circumstances
The large patronage of this Bank has been built up I.
Thaw may remain here a day or a and every detail is considered to protect -
during twenty years by conducting its business on sound week. Not until September 15 is he ,
what you have and help increase it. '
banking principles with careful attention to the legitimate to appear at Montreal! before the full .. you .

King's bench, appeal side, the writ .
on :
wants of customers. The confidence of the publicis : .
of habeas corpus writ obtained b> : Call and talk over your affairs with us. "It is a
reuected in the large amount of deposits. his lawyers yesterday. It is optional "
pleasure to
Average deposits First Quarter of 1913, $900,000 with the immigration authorities to : serve you. ,.
move him at once or keep him here
until the last moment.As .

FOUR PER CENT PAID ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTSOur matters stand, the case of :

fugitive slayer is more snarled up

than at any time since his escape I,
from Matteawan. Ordered deportedfor

correspondent banks are located in every part of two reasons-entering the Dominion I.I.I.

the world and include some of the largest Banks in the by stealth and having been an I.I.I.I.
inmate of an insane asylum within]
United States. five 'ears-his appeal to the ministerof
the interior automatically stayed : j The Peoples National Bank

HHIIIMIMIIHMM proceedings. Then" came the writ of
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2,500 LEFT WITHOUT HOMESIN der granted at Montreal. The Only .
As a matter of fact, the restraining "UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY" :
was issued prior to the time the
(Continued from First Page.) deportation decision In Orange Count '. I
was returned, ) :
The burned district for some distance ROBBED SAn E EA and it is a question whether this does
skirts the business section and
not invalidate the findings. In any t
several times t .
shifting winds head event Thaw will have I
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thoroughfare, Central avenue, but JACKSONVILLE DETECTIVE and the matter of his deportationthought ; : " ';, IllllIt::::

yesterday morning, to have
each time the free use of explosivesand DOES GOOD WORK IN IDEN- been
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an opportune change in the wind TIFYING JAIL BIRD AS complex as to make forecasts out oflast ++ttttt..I..I.IIII.I. ..

haved it. Before nightfall the task FORMER CRACKSMAN the question.The 1
of checking the flames
arrival of the writ here NEW
and the combined fire
fighting Jacksonville ,Sept. 6.- James Crawford evening on a special train, was greeted .
forces turned their efforts toward a detective, has identified A. D. with wild cheering by the crowd

keeping the fire headed toward the Cannimeyer, who is held here p endaround the railroad station. Thaw

south and away from the main part ing trial for blowing open the Green himself thought it was returnable; at ii' M Winter Suits and
of the city. This much was accom- Coats
plished. Cove Springs postoffice safe and robbing once, and had prepared to go to Montreal [ -

it of a thousand dollars worthof > I. on a special train. For an hour

Business virtually is suspended ex postage stamps, as a man who was the crowd waited, and then the special -
cept that necessary to provide for the suspected of robbing Cohen Bros.! whirled away, but Thaw was not i!

immediate wants of those who suffered safe in this city ten years ago. on it. It had only his victorious 1 lawyers ARRIVING NOW
the loss of their homes. The
James Driscoll is the name I that headed by J. N. Greenshieldsand
lack of light and
power prevented th.
N. K.
of Cannimeyer went under at that time, LaFlamme. It was they
operation the
street car system, and he with a companion, Robert who had obtained the writ, and they
publication of
newspapers another d who had rushed
Duncar, the here.
industries were suspects of the Cohen
depending on motive icbbery. Crawford E. Blake Robertson, who presidedas
was of
from the one
city's plant. I
I the detectives assigned to the case. chairman of the special board that

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH They followed the men to Flomaton, found Thaw subject to deportation: .
Ala. has gone to Montreal, leaving Agent

Rev. Jno. W. Stagg, D. D., In making haste to apprehend Williams in charge. Williams said 4 '
pastor.W. the and
today that they would not attempt tohas are newest choicest .
Driscoll .
R. O'Neal, superintendent Sabbath the detectives, ,as it was
move Thaw until
school. proven later, arrived in Flomaton
of this
been received from the Dominion THEY coming season,
authorities -
of the robbers
Sabbath school at 9:45. Lessoa and watchedall at Ottawa.

study, "The Ten Commandments." The incoming trains for their arrival. Thaw's guard said he slept last of the famous Printzess
Preaching both detectives had in their
morning and evening company a
night in
by Rev. Jno. G. Anderson, D. Dor man who knew the safe blowers, yesterday.spite He retired of the after excitement the Coat-' of line, L. & C. S. Star line, and the
of Gainesville, Fla. Subject while in Jacksonville, and when the

morning, "The Rise and Progress of two men arrived on an early morning icook his band barred had given windows a concert beneath Gem line. These are the lines thathinge
Faith." The topic for the evening train they were arrested at the point

service will be "A Study in the Life of revolvers, and searched by Crawford while conclusion the "God throng Save shouted the "Three: we have built our Coat and Suit Business

of Lot"Dr. and Tyer. Four large caliber
cheers "
Anderson has many friends in pistols were taken from them, besides on. There are none better.
Ordinarily the
plays in thepark
Orlando who will be glad of an enough evidence to convict them of

to hear him preach. many past robberies. It also happened but the members could not t resist Every day we are getting more,
the chance of
playing for Thawbefore
Miss Eva McWhorter will sing that while the two officers were
a sympathetic and and invite to and them.
come see
"Come Unto Him," from the les- looking for the men in Flomaton,they you .

siah. had robbed a safe in Montgomery.
You will be entertained and pleased.
money and valuable papers were Shutting the Stable Door After the

CATHOLIC CHURCH found on their persons, when ar rest- Steed Is Stolen We fast
are getting our upstairs
ed. Beacon, N. Y., Sept. 6.-The

Seventeenth Sunday after Pentecost The attempt to take the robbersout thorities at the Matteawan ho spatal; line of Ready-to-Wear goods in shape

of Alabama proved fruitless, and for the criminal insane, have begun

Mass and sermon, 9 a. m. Subjectof hey were held and prosecuted in that the erection of a second fence with for the fall business.

sermon, "Consequences of Profaning state, receiving twenty-) sentences a large gate at the point where Harry '

the Lord's Day. for safe blowing. K. Thaw escaped on August 17,

Rosary, sermon and Benediction! While an inmate of the Alabama by dashing out when the gate was

7:50 p. m. Subject of sermon, "Why penitentiary Driscoll became a Bible opened for the milkman. As teamsocked

Christians Keep the Lord's Day, Instead I student and professed religion. He enter the first gate, it will be 1 ,

of the Sabbath." I preached to the prisoners, and was then the inner will be opened, preventing -

Mass daily during the week at 6::::30 later pardoned by the governor ofhad at least such an easy escapeas

a. m. the state, who judged that he Thaw made. The fences are fourteen -

The Catholic Church welcomes all become a reformed man. Getti ighismean _feet. high, with sliding gates.
to her sen-ices. liberty, with his -- - -- ---
partner, D turned to Green Cove Springs. After
Driscoll came to Green Cove Springs, being given a preliminary hearingby

AT THE FAVORITE TODAY where a church.he was His engaged conduct as was a pastor beyondreproach in the federal court in this city he N. P. YOWELL H

was placed in the county jail, to beheld
"The Northern by his parish, and he
Spy" ((101 Bison). was awaiting a later hearing.
A marvelously realistic drama in two thought to be a man of good character. While studying the matter over, a

parts. A great picture in which the few days ago, upon hearing that a .1111111111,1111111111.1111111111"11.11111111111111111.111 1111111',111116.

Indians take an active part. Immediately after the robbery of safe blower was an inmate of the jail, -

"Partners' (Nestor). A wonderful the postoffice in Green Cove Springslast Deputy Crawford has tried to satisfy .NEWS FROM ALL I They are also busy making hay. erected in St. Petersburg, the
Western drama of intense interest. spring Driscoll, under the name' himself whether or not the man Dris PARTS OF FLORIDAThe -
cost of which will
This is a good program. Don't miss of Cannimeyer, left the city for the coll and Cannimeyer were and the i be $30,000,
i Fishing returning to Pen
have been let
to Charles
it North. He was arrested several same man. Permission was received next annual convention of the sacola from the banks H. Hall of

Special matinee, 2 to 5. Night t, 7 !veeks ago in Chattanooga, when, from the United States authorities to motion picture show men of the state Wednesday brought a snapper total catch of that city.Five .

to 10. I through an accident, his suitcase fell get a picture and measurements of will be held in Sanford. 116,000 pounds.A .
Admission 5 cents to all. into the hands of the law
and was in- the man, and they
were sent to the hundred tons of steel rails
Watch for our big church feature, spected. In the suitcase was discovhief of arrived
police Receipts for cotton in Pensacola
Montgomery, with woman's club has been organized . in Tampa from
"Thus Saith the Lord." ered several hundred dollars' worth the result that I thus far this far in Philadelphia.
Cannimeyer has been season are excess in the little town of Wildwood. The rails are for the Tampa
of postage stamps, and immediately positively identified as one of the I of the same period last year. and Gulf
I men We congratulate Wildwood in her activity Coast railway which is
to be
Test the "want ad. way" if you Driscoll was suspected of the Green who is supposed to haje blown extended
open in this direction. through to
have a desirable place that vou want I Cove Springs robbery. He was taken Cohen Bros. safe Clearwater, St. Peters
nearly ten years The farmers at Oakland a rre busy burg and other points
to sell or rent. in charge by federal officers and re- :ago. and is the first
preparing for their early pepper crop. Contra for ten houses to be shipment of a 2,000-ton order. s

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