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 9, 1913
Daily (except Monday)
normalized irregular
Physical Description:
1 v. : ;


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 a. m. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY Orlando-Progressive Center of the State

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Though Jack Preston, the sign Alderman Dick Holland's navy is :

painter, killed himself in a patch of being fitted up preparatory to the :, i I -

woods near Jacksonville several days digging of two twelve-inch wells in I I,I

OffiCiAlS PlOum CASE AGAINST INSURANCE MAN ago, it was only yesterday that his the sink hole near the cemetery to(I FLORIDA SENATOR GETS DUTY i ii THREEVITNESSES\ [
body was found, and a telegram to drain the waters of the hole to a i
Mr. Ed. Jump, received last night, point where they will not jeopardizethe I

FORAGE CASE WILL BE was the first intelligence brought to septic tank which is being con- ALCOHOL USED FOR Ii

A CURT STATEMENT ISSUED BY HEARD TODAY Orlando concerning the man's death. structed in that neighborhood. LIGHT AND FUEL AFTER THREE WITNESSES WERE

HUERTA WHEN CRUSH OF Mr. Preston had boarded at the Manager E. A. Durst of the Ohio EXAMINED THE JUDGE DISMISSED -

The case against C. D. Laundon, I home of Mr. M. E. Weeks for more Well Drilling company has arrived Washington, Sept. 8.The senate! DEFENDANT; NO
AMERICAN the insurance man, who is charged !I I than a year, and left a little more and spent the day in superintendingthe has accepted Senator Bryan's amend- CASE HAD BEEN MADE

STARTED with embezzlement by the Florida than a week ago for Pal atka.Ir.. fitting up of a barge that is to ment to the tariff bill placing dena-

Life Insurance company, was continued -; Weeks stated last night that Preston be used upon which to mount his en- tured alcohol on the free list, but it is Coaticook, Sept. 8.-Judge Mulvana -

Special to The SentinelWashington Sept. 8.-Much in criminal court yesterday, upon : had been in poor health for some gine. Manager Durst took a look at not unlikely that the Standard Oil at 8:30 tonight, after hearing

spec- motion of the defendant's attorneys, time, and he spoke despondingly to the barge which had been christenedthe company, with all its forces, will fight three witnesses, dismissed the charges
ulation has been caused by the con- I
Messrs. Davis & Giles. the children before leaving, saying "Titanic" by the negro hands who against its passage.Conditions I I against former District Attorney
flict between the president's
order message for Probably greater interest attachedto j that they would never see him again. are doing the work while the white now are such that the William Travers Jerome, who had
which an
Americans was to leave Mexico as at once? this case than to any other on the j I He was a skilled painter of signs and men do the directing, and wasn't Standard Oil company has practically I I been arrested on a charge of gambling -

docket to be tried at this term of the 1 interior decorations, and was much in quite sure that it would be seaworthy.So no competition against gasoline and preferred by Milford Aldrich,
and the official information sent to I
court, on account of the prominenceof demand. He had lived in Orlando for twenty corked barrels are being I kerosene and may advance the price a mill hand.In .
Shanklin that "Amer-
Consul General
leave the defendant, who has many several years and many of the best lashed to the sides of the barge toi!i of these commodities at will. I dismissing the case the judge
icans need be in no hurry to the
friends in Orlando.Mr. buildings in the town bear testimony 1 afford greater resistance to the I I The law which exempts domestic said that the attorney had not been

country. Laundon was arrested in Co I to his deft handiwork. waters of the sink hole while the I alcohol from the internal revenue tax I held and that all Canadians
The state department admits that I I legally,
Shanklin instructions advised consuls lumbia, Tenn., about a month ag o i I II Nobody seems to know much of drilling operations are going on. j I. was passed for the purpose of cre- :regretted the manner in which he had

on and brought back to Orlando, where Preston's family connections. He The sink is covered from bank to to inform American citizens thatit
was not to rush he was released on bond for his appearance !1! never spoke of his immediate family, bank with a matted growth of h-a-J about with such verbiage as to makeit II! Jerome, in a brief speech, thankedthe

necessary away at the present term off} but it is known that he had a niece, cinths, and a party of negroes were I impossible for the farmer to operate I Canadian people for the he
but that they should leave as soon as I II I way
court. He was not attempting to getaway but nobody could be found last nightwho employed yesterday afternoon in cut-! a still, and hence the denatured !I Ii had been received and said he would
could wake their t I
they arrangements. '
Officially it is understood that thereare when taken* into custody, it is I knew her name or whereabouts. ting away the growth to make a path I I i alcohol business has gone into the not misinterpret the sentiment of the

to said, but had gone to Tennessee for The deceased was well known and! for the "Titanic" when the engine ''control of the Standard Oil. Remov- ;: best people for the action against him
grave causes cause the summer. The amount of the alleged ;! was generally liked. He was a member -j shall have been mounted and all is ing the existing revenue tax of $2.00 I few who his
the president to change his mind. His I by a instigated arrest.
positive language created a rush and embezzlement is said to be of the Moose club, and left a let- :I,! ready to cast off from the moorings. I per proof gallon will invite shipments, I Harry K. Thaw was temporarily

about six hundred dollars, which had ter addressed toIr.. Ed. Jump, of It is necessary for the barge to be especially from Cuba, where it is said I forgotten by the townspeople of Coat-
crush the Americans in Mexico -
who among believed that the president been in dispute between the agent; that order. It was by this letter that I poled or towed for a distance of some II alcohol can be produced for less than I icook today and all paths led to the

and the company for some months; he was identified, as is shown by the fifty yards to the deepest point of the '' ten cents per gallon from the waste red brick court house where William
knew of some dreadful calamity I''I
before the company caused the actionto following telegram received by )Ir.I sink, where it will be anchored and products of the sugar mills. Travers Jerome had promised to ap-
which he didn't care to state. This
be brought against Mr. Laundon. | Jump last night: the work will begin. The water i is Denatured alcohol can be used for this afternoon for a preliminary
for a day or two caused a congestionof
The case against Naif and Assad I| Jacksonville, Fla., Sept. 8, 1913. said to be about forty feet deep at heating, lighting and for fuel, in au- hearing on a charge of gambling.
the railway trains and steamers, I
Forage, charged with aggravated as-.1;: Mr. Ed. Jump, Orlando, Fla.-Jack this place. ttmobiles, motor boats, farm engines, Jerome was released last week under -
forcing the Americans to travel in
the most uncomfortable manner suIt on Policeman Arthur, is expected | Preston's body was found in the 1l j The object of drilling the wells i is I and in every way which kerosene and $500 bail, and with his departurefor

pos to be called today. j i( woods today; has been dead several'da.s l)i ito lower the l lake about eight feetl gasoline are used. If it can be sold Montreal to make arrangements
sible. Huerta took advantage of this '
Other cases disposed of yesterday ; a letter addressed to you unsealed , and when this is done the bed i i.I in this country for 15 cents per gal to the habeas writ
oppose on
situation to notify the world that if corpus
President Wilson couldn't get the were as follows: I. ; he committed suicide, as stat-I will afford good land for trucking Ion there would no longer be the which Thaw is to be arraigned next

Americans out of Mexico respectablythat Floyd Holloway, assault, acquitted;: ed in letter. Wire instructions at purposes, in Mr. Holland's opinion. threat that gasoline is to be advancedto Monday, many of those here antag-

he would see that they got Sam Adams, carrying pistol, con i i once as to disposition of remains.-'He can remember the time when the 30 cents. onistic to his mission remarked that

accommodations at the proper of victed, six months; Jake Brown, as I'Ed. Gorden Co., undertakers. :I road to the cemetery ran across the This is one clear case of applyingthe "Jerome has jumped his bail. He'll

the Mexican government. expense sault and battery, $5 and costs; Wil.j i' Mr. Jump and Mr. James Walsh bed of the lake, but in recent years I Democratic doctrine of reducingthe never show his face in Coaticook

This stung the officials at Wash- lie Bell, beating his way on train, 30 I left on the midnight train for Jacksonville it has peen filling with water until i it I duties on trust-competing pro again." It was with considerable sur-

ington deeply and it is announcedthat days; Seth Sylvester, selling liquor t':' and the burial will take placejthere has become a menace to the septicto ducts. prise, therefore, that they heard Je

they will change the and $50 and costs; Emma Thomas, selling I today. The Moose club will tank. In wet seasons it floods the -- rome's counsel had put his case for-

ways liquor, nol pressed; L. R. Fender, assault defray the expense of the burial. So land about that vicinity, and it was ward today.
means of transportation. At the
time it was decided to send a same new with intent to kill, nol prossed; : far as is known the deceased died this condition that called for the sink- GILES READY TO COME James McKee, the aged justice of

Joe Larramore, aggravated assault f'! possessed of no property whatever. ing of the five wells near the ceme- the who the for
message to Shanklin.MUNICIPAL peace signed warrant
plea of guilty, fined costs of court; i If any one can furnish any information tery. After the work has once begun TO RESCUE WITH CASH Jerome's arrest and flayed him in

Marvin Arnold, aggravated assault, concerning the dead man's rela-j'it will not require a great while to court when Jerome did not appear at

LEAGUE continued; F. Von Cheel Gildermeister lives the Moose club would be glad to complete it. While the depth to which the first hearing, had no part in today's -
i receive the information. i the wells will have be I
to drilled
petty larceny, bond estreated is
; CONTRACTORS WHO ARE DOING proceedings. He was superseded -
Joe Kirkland : not known, it is estimated that 130
carrying concealed :
weapon, $50 and costs; Ed. Lewis,: IN feet or thereabouts will be sufficientto brooke. Mulvena agreed yesterdayto
breaking an entering, bond estreated; I I make an entrance to the subterra- come here and preside.A. .

J. W. Howard, non-support of wife, ial to The Sentinel | nean passage. .
START MOVEMENT TO GET CARNEGIE a I I: Waukegan, Ill., Sept. 8.-Mrs. Walter -i -- -- City Clerk C. A. Boone yesterday Hanson, joint crown prosecutor -
continued; Charles George and Julia |! WILSON INVITES PRESIDENT for the district, was in charge for
LIBRARY AND DE. B. Smith, a wealthy and attract I received a message from Alderman
continued.A I
Toney, adultery,
i ive society matron of Lake Forest,' Washington, Sept. 8.Representaative James L. Giles, who is in New York, the prosecution; Jacob Nicol of Sher-
MAND TENT FOR LADIES to be tried at the
case present :
and i wife of a Chicago stock and Wilson of Florida today invited telling him that he was ready to ad- crown prosecutor for the dis-
term is that against Arnold Baxter, i!'I j President Wilson trict, for the defense. This
to attend the inter- strange
bond broker, committed suicide by vance the city employes the money
The Municipal League held a busy charged with cattle stealing. This j I](i drowning in lake Michigan here late : state fair at Pensacola, Fla., October for their salaries in the event that no state of affairs developed out of icoI's -
session last evening and wound case has attracted much attention j) I
up She the 26, 27 and 28 next. The invitation other arrangement had been made. aiding the New York forces in
the activities of the meeting by deciding and the outcome will be awaited with I I j i today. was daughter of Hiram : getting Thaw out of
R. McCullough, vice-president of was extended in view of the fact that I Mr. Giles had gotten his Orlando Sherbrooke jail.
to hold a smoker at the next interest. He has since been
I! the president contemplates identified with anti-
the Chicago & Northwestern railroad. visiting papers and had read about the finan
regular meeting night, which will be Judge T. Picton Warlow presided.The Mobile Ala. Thaw interests and after
I that time to at- cial situation caused through the ab- denouncing
two weeks hence. judge was warmly greeted by!I I THE WEATHER !: Jerome's
tend the Southern Commercial con- sence of four of the aldermen. The arrest as an outrage, volunteered -
The tent that the league securedfor the lawyers and court officers. He :,: Florida: Local thunder showers gress. The president took the invita- exhibited to defend him. It has strainedthe
a spirit
the use of the ladies at lake Leorato has just returned from a trip throughthe ':Tuesday and Wednesday. tion under advisement. which message the employes generous Mr. relations between him and his as-
be used for dressing conveniences West, having attended the tri- I IiST. Boone had arranged with the State sociate, Hanson, but the latter has

in the absence of a bath house thereis ennial conclave of the Knights Tem- no alternative but to
bank to the their salaries prosecute.
being monopolized by the boys who plar held at Denver, and continuedhis pay men Milford Aldrich, the mill hand
AUGUSTlNrS however, and a number of them took com-
go there to bathe, and the result is journey from that city. COMMERCIAL SECRETARY I advantage of this opportunity to col plainant against Jerome, got leave of

that the ladies are just as much with The jurors are as follows: GeorgeC. absence for this afternoon
lect. Several of them cashed in Sat- so
out a place to dress in now as they Keller, J. W. Jones, Neal McKay, could be in court. He said this
COUNTY'S urday and there others
were before the league got the tent A. R. King, G. Huppel, M. Partin,! CAPITAL : were yester ing that he had no sympathy with

for their use. So the leaguers de- Paul Arrington, S. W. Shepperd, J. 1 day.A Thaw and acted against Jerome be-
termined to that the Meisterman Charles me that this inland city should be ; more serious matter confronts
see boys were Lartigue, J. E. } cause he thought it was his duty."I .
evicted from said tent and that the Crawford, E. J. Beidler, F. H. Pres- POINTED OBSERVATIONS MADE so very busy at this time of the year I those who are in charge of affairs in got in a little trouble one time
the absence of the aldermen. The
when St. Augustine, with her matchless I
ladies should have ton.
yet a chance to en- BY A j for "
PRACTICAL OBSERVERTO I'! contractors who playing cards in New Hampshire,
in the
joy the privileges of the bath. seashore and cool ocean breezes are putting
CREDIT OF ORANGE is so quiet, and I made numerous inquiries i j I sewer system will be unable to get the I II confessed, "and this will sort of

The matter of a Carnegie librarywas MIDNIGHT SESSION COUNTY CAPITALBy to find out the how and the the amount of their monthly estimate even things up."

also discussed, and the secretarywas ; why of it. !I until it is approved by council. The I i Jerome stepped off the train from

instructed to correspond with the I I Montreal
noon, ready to in
Carnegie library association to ascer- NO VOTE ON TARIFF YET ( James. 0. Stevenson, SecretarySt. It seems that Orlando has developed i! was first $4,245.67 estimate on and which the next they$3,899.59.collected I I court this afternoon. A small appear crowd
Augustine of Trade her
) surrounding country into I
tain the terms which i him
upon a library While the estimate has not been sub- greeted silence. He made no
for Stopping between trains, for six profitable farms and orchards and
could be obtained Orlando.
I statement and was taken at to
milted I for once
hours in Orlando last I that I September it will likely
Saturday instead of
was depending imported
There was a good attendance at the Special to The SentineLWashington I upon be for his hotel.
I j I similar
meeting, and the interest in the Sept. 9.-The senate}I very much impressed with the activity wealth, her citizens are busy I embarrassment a amount. Some serious I Samuel Jacobs, K. C., Montreal,
; of that splendid lake The at all times of the might possibly
city. it
league and its work continues at adjourned shortly after midnight this i iI; year digging I be caused. It was said chief counsel for New York state in
I i streets downtown were brilliantly out of the soil. The San Juan hotel yesterday,,
white heat. morning, without a vote on the tariff ;i however, that Alderman Walker its fight to return Harry K. Thaw to
i and the sidewalks
I'lighted and stores dining room gave evidence of the fact
bill. Adjournment was taken after a'I' were crowded with prosperous looking that a great many travelers were I would return some time this week.I I Matteawan, accompanied Jerome.
REV. DR. ANDERSON ATPRESBYTERIAN .1 I They alighted from the train directly
conference of senate leaders during people who were evidently spending even now stopping in Orlando to give
CHURCH BASEBALL RESULTS beneath the window of the detentionroom
which it was definitely decided to:I money freely. In a number of business a boost. No doubt inter
where Thaw is held. It
places the streets half filled
were changeable mileage and competing
of bring a vote tomorrow night.I I raining and there were not more than
Rev. Dr. John G. Anderson, with
brick and other
I building materiala railroads give the town a great advantage Special to The Sentinel
Senator Simmons fretted forty idlers the station. Notwithstanding
Gainesville filled the Presbyterianpulpit through the at -
mighty good sign of prosperity. over us, but I must say that National League Results

Sunday morning and evening.Dr. night session at the delay caused by j One of the new buildings going up i is credit is due the enterprising peoplefor New York, 8; Brooklyn, 1. the open hostility that has
in Orlando long Republican been shown Jerome here, no threatwas
Anderson is well known speeches. It had
a four-story department store. I was they are right on the job with Chicago, 5; St. Louis, 3.

and his appearance here was been hoped to get a vote on the bill. told that the city is just laying an ext fine, attractive stores, well stocked I Boston, 0-2; Philadelphia, 13-6. heard today.

grated by Urge and attentive audi- J tensive sanitary sewer system and and inviting. St Augustine will do Cincinnati, 2-2; Pittsburg, 151. Plant City is going to hold a big
ences. He was a guest at the Keystone Sheet music, ordered, and in stock, that other
many improvements wereunder well to keep tab on Orlando's methodsof I American League Results county fair in December. Hurrah for
while in lOc and 15c. Curtis & O'Neal. ;
the city. way. It seemed very strange doing business. Washington, OJ; New York, 4. Plant City.

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Boise Idaho, Sept. 6.-Harry Or- ?
Charleston, S. C., Sept. 6.-Bruce chard, self-confessed assassin of former I
Coleman, of Saluda, S. C., messengerof Governor Frank Steunenberg,I' r Fir r r ft T in III D Bays
the Southern Express company, and at one time sentenced to be
and W. B. Street, of Revesville, S. C., hanged, has published the required
arrested yesterday by the Charleston notice in a Caldwell paper that he
We will be pleased to list both city and
police, charged with robbing the express will apply to the board of pardons at MAT countyproperty
car of a Southern railway trainon the October meeting for a full and both improved and unimproved. A postal or
August 28, were sent before Mag- absolute pardon. A church at Waukesha -
istrate Williams, of Charleston, this Wis., is at the head of the telephone call will bring a representathe.
morning. Street was committed to movement for pardon.
jail, after admitting his guilt. Cole- SHIRT SALE
man's hearing was postponed to Mon- Thursday, October 16, is the date RITTAIN & WAY
day. He denies complicity in the robbery ,set for the big road building picnic, ,
alleged by Street. when it is planned to build a hard
surfaced road from the city limits REAL ESTATE AND INVESTMENTS

SOLDIERS WILL SAIL FOR ,through the rich Blitchton section to 15 SOUTH ORANGE AVENUE
MEXICO TO AID AMERICANS the western boundary of Marioncounty I

a distance of twentyK\\o .W I I' I C II leD IIII1 e IIII e ION "'" n*urn turn
San Francisco, Sept. 6.-It was an miles. It is estimated that more ATBrown&Lartigue's
nounced today that a company of than three thousand volunteers will --=
soldiers wil l Igo south on the army assist in the work and every detailof '
transport Buford, when it sails Monday the day's work is being carefully) I ; PECAT J : IOU
to rescue Americans stranded i in! worked out. All of the county road
Mexican ports. Orders were issued I building machines and implements'will SATURDAY and MONDAYLace
today at the western division head be pressed into service on that
quarters for an armed guard, com-:day in addition to the entire road
manded by two non-commissioned officers -;crew. The county engineer will go
: to sail with the Buford. The over the road within the next few Banding 25c per yard
soldiers probably will be chosen from days and everything will be in readiness -
the sixth infantry, stationed at the': for the big event. More than See Tnem in Winnow Ribbons lOc per yard
Presidio. I II fifty ladies have already volunteered I ,
I jto assist in preparing dinner for the Trimmed Hats $2.00 Each

NEW 11.\VEX STOCK SLUMPED j j I workers and from present indications
it will be time well .
NEARLY 2 POINTS spent to be present -
i at the feast.-Ocala Note in T.he U.

New York, Sept. 6.-Stock of t I I MISSES HAMILTON & DUNN
New York, New Haven & Hartford One thousand dollars a year to be
railroad slumped nearly two points,I I I applied on the salary of a capable
coming within a fraction of the lowest j;dentist for taking care of the teeth ., Agents for Barclay Corsets
iof" ....
price in the history of the company the children of the public schools
at the opening of the stock ex-I I j''of St. Johns county was the public H ANGE & BATES '1'lttttOI"IOII'I03111II'
II'II'I"'II"I 1111
!spirited offer transmitted to the
change today. Withdrawals of J. P.: coun- t
Morgan Co. as fiscal agents for the::|ty board of public instruction through ROOM 5. HAND BLOCK PHONE 156 II
road, which became known after the''Superintendent D. D. Corbett at the FOE, S LE
September held last 11 II I 1
market closed yesterday, led to active -, meeting week. .
trading in the stock as soon as The only condition attached by John:
the exchange opened. The first transaction 'j T. Dismukes, president of the First,WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES MUUlln 1OIIJi sb
AM DO ALL KINDS OF Six-room, Bath and Pantry, Modern house. One Block
National bank
was at 90 3-4, a decline of apoint and a prominent citi-|1 YOU WILL SAVE MONEY ;
At 90 the stock met with support I zen, is that the board provide suitable;i OPTICAL REPAIRING I from and in view of Lake Lucerne. Two blocks from
and the quarters for the dental office. Oral By Getting Prices on your
price.was pushed up I I : Brick and Stone Work station, east side of Atlantic Coast Line Railroad. Lot
quickly to 91. i hygiene is considered of paramount
: importance in modern education and| Before Building. 100x142 feet, shaded on west by Camphor trees, on

The twenty-second annual convention it is believed certain that Mr. Dis-: Phone or Write south by large Oaks. Nice Lawn. 50 bearing Grapefruit
of the muke's offer will be quickly accepted., Acme Brick and and
Florida division United I Oranges and 100 younger trees; also English
-St. AugUktine Note in T. U.
Confederate Pensacola on Veterans October will 21 to be 23.held Major in i I' DR. L H. RAMSDELL Stone Works i Walnuts, Guavas, Pecans, Bananas, and Pineapples
General Benjamin W. Partridge-, The first day of the first county' OPTOMETRIST MAITLAND, FLORIDACHAS. bearing. 40 Acres heavy pine timbered Land, northwest
fair to be held in the :
new of;
commanding the Florida division, has is county I I (Successor to Dr. 0. P. Likins) A. DALLAS, Prop.ANNOUNCEMENT side Lake Barton.
Bay to have been .
reported a great .II..II.IIIIDOIIII...
issued .
from the division ORLANDO, FLORIDA)
The fair held
success. was at Lynn
headquarters in Monticello urging all
veterans to be present. I Keep in touch with Orlando
Just received new lot factory 4 CApply I "Sentinel" Office
"The "wants" are quick and efficient Sentinel while on your vacation. onds. They look good to us. I
For the news, read
-they cost but minimum.
Ring phone 24. I I. W. PHILLIPS & SONS.

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the charms of Maitland. The streetsare

News Notts of Interest to Many as everywhere shaded with enormous

Told by the Stroller in oaks, and I was told that there are BEFORE DECIDING
Florida Groves nearly 2,000 of them planted along What You Want

the highways. Some day the charmsof _
Jr iihrd! will be better known and
There are many beautiful commu- How You Want It
values will rise for while
property ,
nities in Florida that are not even
known in Florida. Very few Florida there are no dollar-down, dollar-a- When You Want It Boar the
towns are impressive from the rail- week projects in this vicinity and lands witha t "CADILLAC" "HUPMOBILE" in fflifldJ!
are comparatively cheap, one
road station. We here in Florida '
fair-sized pocketbook and an ambition For anything in the
have in the
seem to no pride appear-
to own fine estate could have line of PRINTING
ance of our railroad stations, and us- fIT
his ambition gratified here. I come to us and we
ually the building itself is an unsightly yh
I was pleased to see many of the will guarantee you
structure; the adjacent buildingsare
.i residents here interested in flowers. satisfactory work at prices
weather beaten and unpainted,
weeds grow everywhere and scrapsof Quite a few of the homes are so beau- that are RIGHT. '
No tified. One of the finest cottages in
paper litter the ground. at-I
Maitland is that of Mr. and Mrs. S. J.
tention whatever is paid to ,
Irwin, the mistress being the gardener
dnd this is such a contrast to the
small stations all over California, as is almost always the case, and I MUNMMAKERS
the mister assistant.The : Notices of Lost, Wanted, For Sale, For
that the traveler can not but com- being merely an R.t, etc., for this column, 25c for one day,
home itself is very attractive, SOc for three days, or 75c for one week, for
pare the two, to the discredit of
25 words less. Money must
ida. and when added to by the hundredsof advertisements or for this column accompanythe as no
plants about the front and sides, insertions will be made on credit.
Maitland is hardly in this class, for
in to say nothing of the dozens on the
there are enough of stately trees MISCELLANEOUSMoney
the effect is I wish -- --- --
porch, charming.
the vicinity of the station to offset to loan
on improved prop-
that all readers could this
my see
much of ill-painted buildings. How- erty. S. Y. WAY. ,
ever, Maitland is in the class of towns home or that they might view it':

not well known, and though I have through the eyes of the Ornamental Hotel Breakers, Daytona Beach; a :! ORLANDO AUTO AND
been through there on the train very Lady who weekly writes for the Flor- new hotel; has all modern conven- SUPPLY COMPANY

many times, I was not quite sure thatI ida Grower. iences; fronts on Ocean just south ,

knew where it was when I was Light hidden under a bushel exactly of ocean pier. Rates $2.50 per day :1IIIIIIOIIIIIIIII'IIIIIIICIIIIIIISIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlltt IIIIIIIIIIIIIICtt+

asked to visit the town, which would describes the case of beautiful and upwards. Special rates by the -

seem to show that Maitland had nev-: Maitland. The bushel may be removed week or month. We make a specialty If you want the news, subscribe for; A want ad. in the Daily Sentinel ; If you want the news, subscribe for
by publicity if the inhabitantsso of sea food dinners Thursday evenings -
er been very strong after publicity, The Daily Sentinel. i,always pays. '' The Daily Sentinel.
and yet Maitland is one of the very desire, and they will then get the and Sunday noon. 78tf. :

finest of Florida small towns, set as class of people who can still further I I FOR SALE .U..II. . . '
it is in the midst of 14 lakes and witha advance the charming aspect of the '1'1di444fM1tttHOHIHH

fine citrus soil, land of an undulat- place, making it still more attractivefor FOR house SALE-New, centrally located.modern Apply five-room this !. tHp$ ffl I fllllllll'I'IIIIOIIII" ....

as ing its nature better; in known fact, much sister the, Winter same There others are, and three so public on ad citrus infinitum.packing I office. 7-1 d & w tf '' '' '' '' 1'' '' '' '' IL 1/ i 1 WI I L I oi . . . " . .II" II' ".

BUY lot in Thornton Park, nice ,..,
Park which is but three or four miles houses at Maitland other than the a a IIIIIIIIIIU f
suburb in east part of the city. Oil ,.. IIICIIIIIIIIIIII
new Drennen house. Of these the --
away.A Jensen. ::-.- - -. =
few rich men have sought out house of the Maitland Packing com-
FOR SALE-A good Jersey cow with -- - -- ,
is the if the :
this charming spot and have trans- pany more important not
formed the wilderness of oak, beech largest. It is probable that the new heifer calf. Isaac Vanderpool, Aas

and magnolia into handsome groves Drennen house will get very nearlyall Maitland- Fla. ___u_ 6td-ltw

and parks. One of these estates is of the business of this community.I FOR SALE-Two good sound and

owned by a New York importer, and am informed that 125,000 boxes of gentle mules. Fine workers and Range
his winding avenues are the hand- fruit are produced here yearly. There a bargain, if taken at once. Cali on
or address C. Whitney Wright, Or- ,
I have in Florida, was an exchange association here the "t omT
somest yet seen lando, Fla. 7-10 d & w xi
comparing ver yfavorably with the first year of the existence of that or- - ----- -- FOR
best that California can show. HereI ganization, but on account of a frost FOR SALE-Player piano, 88-note,
Remington, made by Starr Piano :
saw many hundreds of imported the business that year was not as a Co., Richmond, Ind. Cost $700 new, r = 4 i;
plants, brought from all parts of the whole such as to encourage all to i slightly used, good shape in every respect $$1400
tropical world to ornament this es- stick, and many associations dropped I Will make some reduction for
cash. Music with For further
out Maitland same. Number 187 =
being one of these. All
tate. Outside of the avenues, citrus information apply to P. 0. Box 114
groves, house and conservatory will work out in time, and Maitlandwill I Winter Garden, Fla. 7-10-dwtf $14.00 Number 52-$20.00

grounds, the land is yet much as nature no doubt again fall into line for
made it, except that the owner cooperation.I FOR RENT What kind of a coal or wood range could you get for $14.00 or 20.00 But then, you can't
compare these neat and handy ranges to coal or wood stoves, because a Gas Range is coal
has planted much of the tropical am very much indebted to Mr. FOR RENT-Cottage rnd flat, fur a
stove with a college education. A Gas Range doesn't radiate heat through all four sides to heat
growth through the wood to add to Irwin and to Mr. F. M. Saunders, the nished and unfurnished. up the kitchen and waste fuel, all the heat is used where it is needed and there is always just
its attractiveness. This is the Dom- latter gentleman supplying the little 6-26 tf. JAMES A. KNOX. I the amount you want. Neither do yell have to "lug" coal or wood for a Gas Uange-just twist

erick estate, and even the man in Ford that enabled us to cover much FOR RENT Six room cottage, 28 the wrist and strike a match. ORLANDO WATER AND LIGHT CO., Gas Department.tt111110111111111111111111ItllIIIII"'Q"'GI'JII .

charge did not know how many acres ground in a short time. A map of I Webber avenue. Apply G. A. Baas, t

it contained, but did state that there Florida will show Maitland in the care Orlando Bank & Trust Company. 'IIIIII'111111811111111It'JtOIIIIIIIItfllllllllllll+ ;+1liGllllllt.'AII& t 'II". Gt

were sixty acres of orange grove. northwest part of Orange county, on 9-7-tf '

This fruit is packed on the place, and the A. C. L railroad.
FOR RENT-Store room on the busy':
is handled Chase & Co.
by -- corner of Church and Garland . . . . . . . . . . +tll"llllt
We were shown two other fine| streets. Size of store 24x70. Good I ' I I I 1+04aN
places, though neither quite on par
opening for dry goods, shoes and millinery -
with the one first mentioned; that of
store. W. M. Slemons. 9-6-lm I' SPECIAL PRICESt
the Kingsley heirs, with twelve acres I

facing on beautiful lake Maitland, I WANTED
and the home of W. Willetts near- _
B'YI WANTED-Plain sewing of all
by on the same lake. Across we
could see the green of the lawn in I Ta MpAD AY QTAMA kinds. 13 Church street, over Fa-

front of Mr. Temple's home, and there vorite theater. 931mo. We always have special prices, but we

are very many fine homes fronting
this body of water. : do net have any sales.

In the July 12th issue some space I am now settled in larger, brighterand
A Combination of the Our plan is to take the it would
was given in the Grower regardingthe better quarters in the Rock build- money

career of W. B. Drennen, the ing, opposite the San Juan hotel
Old Fashioned HonestyWITH : cost to make a sale, and put it into Real
young man who ran a shoestring intoa rooms 1 and 2, which my increasing

fortune by his purchase of orange business required. : Bargains, such as will be to our custom-

grove property. His biggest pur- Modern Methods and I am revising my sales list, and am :
chase was the Sandspur grove at ready to list your city and country ers'advantage..
Maitland, and it is a beauty. Mr. property. I
We mention few
a articles that will
Drennen is now building a very fine Produces Ice Cream that is the From all reports received from my go

packing house at Maitland, which will acme of perfectionPOINSETTIA friends and business connections in at reduced prices :

be 100x150 feet, with an 8-foot porchall i the North, I shall do a large businessthis

round. It will contain four siztrs: winter, and will use my best efforts Regular $ 2.50 and $3.00 White Pique

and can be equipped to handle ten i Ice Cream is the combination. to sell the properties listed with
at $1.74.
cars of fruit a day The Gulf Iron : Made of PURE CREAM. Sterilized, .

Works is installing this machineryand made under by the the most latest perfect machinery sanitary, and me.I have many satisfied customers, Regular $1.50 and $ 2.00 White Skirtsat
the Drennen house will probablybe : conditions. who became winter residents of Or-

one of the best in the state. I believe .! lando and vicinity by my personal 96 Cents.A .
that Walter has ambitions to i Buy it from your local efforts, and they are now boosting for
become the "Chapman" of Florida,! dealer by the dish, pintor Orlando and new line of Shirt Waists and Balkan

and this is easily possible. quart. Yours truly,
I Blouses from 46 Cents
The crop in and around Maitland CARL JAXSSX, up.

does not seem to be large. The grow Its for tale Real Estate, Notary Public, Fire 25 Per Cent off on Shoes.

ers say that the fruit set heavily, in your town Insurance. 1m d&w

but that they had a dry spring, and
that the fruit buttons and small fruit
V. \V. FSTES & CO.
fell in great quantities. There are

but one have One of two of irrigating them these growers took growers systems in advantage the, ,W.vicinity and L of neither Niver them.who,I I,I ORLANDO.-0. 6 FLA., 4 4I 4I I I H 1 K llll r'' N w y lt r ill 310110 J f rl ll

is a newcomer, and he states that he

was waiting to see what his more expert -I I oN + ..IIIIDIIIIIIIIIIIII..IIIIII.1111810111.,1111111118.1111111.tul" ' uL .IIICi"I 'iILI"IIII'I""II'IIIJt IIII'IIII'IIIIIII'" 'Olllllllefltl' .

neighbor would do, and therebylost
an opportunity to demonstratethe p
0 till 11111 11111 11111 11111 11111 11111 11111 11111 11111 III II 1111.IG"16it'iOC = Jit
value of the irrigating system.Mr. .

contrived. Niver an is ingenious arrangement, and whereby he has t tyIkh o3iviceahIe are an Accessories at fconornlcal rrices ii t

he can spray his trees with his irrigating i

plant. He has his spray mix- s I r

ture in a large cask set on a platform, a LEARN ABOUTour Suits for men, women or boys. If you intend to spend the holiday out of .

from which a small pipe runs to the quality confections by a trial pur- Dresses for women and girls. town do not forget these:

larger one, where the big pipe enters chase of a pound box of our Straw or felt hats or caps for man or boy. UMBRELLAS
the pump house from the lake. Whenhe New Neckwear. PARASOLS

is pumping water he can run a CHOCOLATESBON Crepe and muslin waists. RAINCOATS

greater or less quantity of the spray BONS Wool and cotton dress skirts. Suit Cases, Grips or Trunks-a Complete
mixture into this pipe to mix with A "pointer" for the person wantingthe Balkan blouses. Line.

the water, and thus spray the trees This book tells how everybodypays best at a reasonable price-the
from standpipes that are placed at
utmost in purity and deliciousness.
and whether or not theyare Come in and pay us a visit anytime justto look around.
!ntervals through; the grove. This Daintily packed and in the original We feel sure ywi will see
entitled to credit. something to interest
plan seems to be very feasible. shapes and variety of flavors.BUrr'S 1IL
There are many other fine groves
through this neighborhood, and sev- ORLANDO BUSINESS MEN'S | SALOMON ORLANDOiliMMMMHMIiMIMIMMMMMiMtMttttMiinitmiMimiMMMMtMHMH

eral winter homes of the rich, who I ASSOCIATION. Kandy Kitchen ,


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THE) DAILY I FOR GREATER EFFICIENCY I 1 WOOD Lest the temptation to "lift" loose I' " " " tt'II'O'I"'I"IIII.t. ..
South Florida SentinelMORNING A popular periodical printed a story coins prove too strong, the depart I :

ment adds that if it is done the i :
AND WEEKLY recently of an efficiency fiend. He car- FACTORY SECONDS

and Owner was the new general manager of a SAYS FRED BIlm[ rier disclosing such weakness "will :
d so purely as a matter of accommo- : '
railroad and started in to make a '
Entered at the poatoffice at Orlando, Florida showing. He lopped off here dation and not by any direction or II':
as Second Class Mail Matter. expense requirement of the department"A : NEW LOT JUST RECEIVED, AND
and there and reduced his working ,
forces wherever it seemed possible, THEY LOOK JUST AS GOOD AS
piling more work on .those who re DELAYED WEDDING GIFT I
TilE mained. Eventually a member of the ORLANDO RATHER THAN ,

One Year ....................$5.00 I
force died and the boss attended the BRICK
Six Months ... ...... ..... .... 2.50 London, Sept. 8.-It is reported!
funeral. When
he six
Three Months ........ ....... 1.25 saw men car- from Lisbon that the Portuguese customs -: GIVE TilE FULL GUARANTEED
rying the cisket he rushed up to Editor The Sentinel:
authorities are still holding upI
50 cents them and insisted that four could do Learning from that
By news carrier in Orlando per your daily a case containing a wedding present'for MILEAGE AND COST YOU
month. Daily and Sunday. the wjrk. Miami is going to have creosoted
the deposed King Manuel, who
The Orlando Morning Sentinel can be foundon The story conveys its own lesson wood block pavement, the same as ABOUT ONE-THIRD LESS.
& Neal'g BookStore married
sale in Orlando at Curtis was to Princess Augustine
-- and Wright Brothers.- and moral. This is an age of greater Pensacola has given a several years' Victoria of Hohenzollern in Germanylast

We will appreciate prompt complaint if efficiency, but greater efficiency does successful test, I wish to state thatI week.
delivery is not promptly made by our carriers. not less I had the for
necessarily mean opportunity the last two I
Advertising will be furnished on ap It does the of better re-I watch the -1
mean getting years to development workin 1 ,
plication. ; " ;
TilE WEEKLY SENTINEL sults for the money expended. The i Pensacola very carefully, and inspected '

Per year. by mail postage paid.......$1.00 tax payer should be able to rest se-: every detail regarding the

Address Office 101 THE Court SENTINEL Street.,Arcade Orlando Buildini, Florida. cure in the knowledge that every cent creosoted wood block pavement, and I Gasoline. . 20c SHOP SERVICETilE

Phone 24. of the money in the public treasury am fully convinced that it should be

-TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER- 9, 1913. ,: which was put there by him and the I used in Orlando exclusively. j GULF GASOLINE 22c

other tax payers will be used with First: Bricks are heat retainers I KIND THAT BRINGS .\

the greatest possible care in the various -'and not wanted in Orlando. Wood 1 That is the
Trade at home. way several of the
ways that those who have been blocks are much easier cooled off and 1 CUSTOMER BACK TilE NEXT
-0--- leading garages in a big Georgiacity
chosen to administer the affairs of
the made comfortable.
A tang of fall weather in the air nights more had their signs read not so TIME:, FOR IT INCLUDES PUMPING -
government are called upon to spend Second: Brick pavement is noisy:
that is most welcome.
o it. I and Orlando, being a tourist town, J long ago. TIRES, FILING OIL LAMPS,

In some of Orlando's sister cities should have noiseless creosoted wood tH+++
When you trade at home you help i AND KEEPING CAR NICELY POL
there has been a great demand for block pavement.
the other fellow to help you. I There must be a reason for it. s
tax reduction. Very few towns in' Third: The wear and tear on all ISHED. ALL THIS IS A PART OF

-0- Florida enjoy the low tax rate that I vehicles and horses is 35 to 40 per CULF GASOLINE
Lorimer has started out to go to
Orlando has, and the comparison, or I cent less on wood block pavement. 15 BETTER OUR SHOP SEH\'ICE-ASD IT IS
the senate a ain. Wonder if people I I
rather the contrast, has caused some Fourth: The cost of creosoted FREE.
of Illinois are so easy? $ However it does not cost you
discontent. They insist upon a reduc- wood block pavement is 30 to 40 percent X
-0--- any more in Orlando than the
tion. It is an exceedingly difficult cheaper than brick andit
Jerome surprised some of his Ca- pavement T other kind.P.G.WALTONAgcnt.
for trial. thing to reduce taxes. The only sure will last just as long or longer, as
nadian friends by appearing
way to keep taxes down is not to incur proven in Pensacola. The brick pavement lN..1
had canned him.
thought they
They the indebtedness that calls for an in the main business street,

Hot Springs lived o to justify its increase. If public improvements are with its heavy traffic, only laid eleven: I. w.\ r PHILLIPS & SONS o

name. It must have been some hot to be made at the sacrifice of finan- years ago, was taken up and replacedby PHONES 45

with a six million dollar conflagration cial comfort and ease of spirit it is creosoted wood blocks. { 269

questionable if they should be made.In Fifth: The creosoted wood blocks
in full blast
-0 other words, it is not good taste, could be made right here in Orlando 1.. ,' " " " .. . " 1"01"1'1"1"1..
!to say the least, for the citizens to
There's revolution in the Domin and a home industry, much needed,, - -
a wish and vote for public improvementsand established. not full
Why get partic-
ican republic which has just come to
of then make a noise about the tax ulars on this matter? Give Orlando
Wonder how more
light many
rate when the authorities levy a rate the best and save from fifteen hun
them are hid to the south of us.
sufficient to meet the indebtedness dred to two thousand dollars.

Senator O'Gorman o-scorned- the sug which such public work makes neces- Our responsible commissioners certainly FOR SEPTEMBER

sary. The important thing to do is to should investigate carefully.
of being the Tammany candidate -
gestion insist before the work is done that i it Yours
of New York but 1 truly,
for ,
mayor shall be done in the best
he has the presidency of the: possible FRED C. BIELER.
club. manner and take enough interest i iit in Birthday Gifts--The SapphireSEPTEMBER'S
senate golf
o to see that it is so carried out. PATRONS MUST

Senator Nat Bryan got the senateto Just at this time the county com- WRAP UP MONEY
missioners are considering
a petition
agree to let denatured alcohol in

free of duty. Some of the boys would !to call an election for bonding the Says Assistant Postmaster General),

county for brick roads. A mass meet- and Farmers Who
much prefer to have the other kindon Stampson
the free list. ing is to be held Tuesday of next Rural Routes Must Enclose STONE IS TilE SAPPlllnE-E IBLE 1

week to sound public sentiment on in
o this important move. The questionsto Money Envelopes OF CONSTANCY, TRUTH, HAPPINESS AND SUCCESS.
If Judge Speer makes the argu- Picking up loose money has grownto
be determined are all-important, LET US SHOW IT TO YOU :MOUNTED IN A BRACELET -
ment in his own defense, as he is being be such a hardship for the over-
and after they have been settled it
urged to do, the chances are that worked rural free delivery carrier
will be too late then for some to start ,
he will be acquitted. The Georja that the postoffice department has issued -

judge has few equals as a speaker. a howl of dissatisfaction at what has an order warning reckless citi- OF WHICH WILL MAKE HER EYES SPARKLE WITH
been done. The only way to settle a
o ,zens against leaving loose coins lying
question is to settle it right in the DELIGHT.
Tallahassee has a new paper. It I around. Hereafter coins must be tied
beginning. First, shall the issue
is The Capital News, edited by Ray- county in bundles or enclosed in envelopes FOR MEN WE HAVE THIS BEAUTIFUL, CLEAR-
bonds? Next for
what amount
mond Nixon, ten years of age, son of ; ;I whenever the patron of a rural route
will half a million be enough? Is BLUE GEM IN SCARF PINS, TIE CLASPS AND CUFF
Rev. T .J. Nixon. The printing is wants stamps from a carrier and
brick the best material to be used? I
done on the preacher's typewriter by leaves the necessary amount in the LINKS.
Will the
other materials that are suggested -
his young hopeful. wayside box.
be as satisfactory and cheapin I
o I "The attention of postmasters at COME IN AND SEE THEM.
the long run as brick? These are
John Rowland's farm for growing rural delivery offices and of rural
some of the leading questions to be'I
bamboo shoots threatens to make him t carriers," says Assistant Postmaster
decided. We do not think that the i I -
famous. The papers are copying the Blackslee, "is again directed to the
question as to whether we shall have I
Sentinel's story about it, and the Or- .fact that rural carriers are not required -'
lando groceryman may be forced to good roads is debatable. The perti- to collect loose coins from the
nent question is, can we afford to be
quit his business and start a demon without them? !rural mail boxes. T. U. Evans the JewelerOPPOSITE

stration farm for anxious inquirers. i "Patrons should enclose coins in an
Let every citizen in Orange county : ,
-o- envelope, wrap them securely in paper -
who feels real
a interest in the futureof I
There is a state law providing thatno or deposit them in a coin holding
this county attend that meeting
person under eighteen years of receptacle so they can be easily and POSTOFFICE
and be
prepared to take an active and I
shall drive automobile | taken from boxes and
age an on a quickly carriers
intelligent part in the deliberations.Do .
public highway. At least 100 arrests will be required to lift such coins,I EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING

might be made under this law in this o I and when accompanied by mail for :

county any day, says the Tampa it today-subscribe for The dispatch attach the requisite stamps," I

Times, and the same thing may be Daily Sentinel. says the postmaster general. II

applied locally. -
o I I ''' -
Some of the railroads in the state !

do not provide drinking cups, and the '

railroad commission wants to know San Juan

why. Why is it that it takes the rail- Garage

road commission so long to find out

something that anybody else learns j I

by making one trip? Yet the railroad i
commissioners are traveling I Ii I All that is in favor in Ladies'Furnishings

rather, constantly. I '

Mark Sullivan, the Colliers' Weeklyman

scouts the statement made by

the Republican organs that President

Wilson has an ascendancy over con- and Fancy Notions
One Car,1
19121 Five
gress. The president's seeming dom Passenger Touring

ination of congress, he says, is due to" -- -

the fact that the president is advocating complete, new tires ,

things that the people favor. The :
apparent ascendancy, he contends,I

could be changed over night, if the I

president should happen to get on the
wrong side of public questions.The One Cadillac Five Passenger Touring Car, I


DeLand News wants to knowif complete I .

the governor has a contingent fund '

out of which a commissioner mightbe $600

paid to investigate the clay deposits i

of the state. The News probably

forgets that the state has a geological One 1912 Four Passenger 30 h.p. Car, .

department whose especial business "***

it is to investigate such; matters. If I complete ar Marion B. IveEXCLUSIVE

it doesn't give the people practical

service along these lines it is of no $550Don't

service whatever. We happen to I

know, however, that the geological i

department has. already done valuable I

work of this character, and it is forget that our Ajax Tires carry a written i MILLINERY PARLORS

not improbable that a report on the I guarantee of 5,000 miles. McCALLUM SILK HOSIERY Second Floor BON TON CORSETS
clay deposits has been made. Such
i I
reports may be had for the asking.


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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' Here we shine! By carrying only those makes that are

new designs, colors and effects. Choice" and "Gypsy" makes. thoroughly reliable, and good for hard wear. The wearing

qualities of "Sorosis," "R. J. & II.," and "I'opularis" 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 SLOO. Prices, 10c., loc., 20c. and 25c.; Wear Like Leather. Prices, $1.25, 1.50, $2.00 to $3.00.

il r 1'S' U Ullhlerwear f I Our Every stock i is well full known and most make comprehensive.stocked. [ il r llhioiii'r I

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

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I Mr. Deimitz, of Toledo, Ohio, is a ALTAMONTE SPRINGS i HAKIMS-WOODWARD lllt.llllllllllllllllllllelllllle.e.IIOIIIIII. .
late arrival at the San Juan.
WADE I I Altamonte Springs, Sept. 8.-Mr. -
I i' Dr. E. T. Poulson, pastor of the
THE TUNER Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Ainsley and and Mrs. X. H. Fogg left their homein .
First Baptist church of Orlando, What
I to
Ii child, of Kissimmee, are among Or- Altamonte yesterday for Jackson-
joined in the holy bonds of matri-
i lando's visitors today.Mr. ville, to visit their daughter and fam-
mony, at one o'clock Sunday, at the
I ily, Mrs. J. M. Tracy, who will leave
home of the bride's parents, Capt.
0. W. Connor, the genial soon for Seattle, Washington, with
Mr. B. J. Pacetti, of Ponce Park, pro- and Mrs. J. A. Harris, Mr. Claude
is spending today in Orlando.Mr. : prietor of the Ocklawaha Nurseries, the intention of making that their Jackson Woodward and Miss Lucy CELERY PUMPKIN
is in Orlando today.Mr. permanent home. They will visit
I Virginia Harris. Ii i ii CABBAGE STRING BEANS
Manchester, X. H., route, to visit
\V. H. Bates, of Detroit, Mich., The groom is a young man of sterling TOMATOES ONIONS
and Mrs. F. H. Williams and Mr. Tracy's parents. !i
is among the guests at the San Juan I | worth and is the agent for the OKRA
children returned last night from
today.Dr. Atlantic Coast Line at Winter Park. '
their sojourn at Pass-a-Grille on thegulf Will Limerick, a well known for- PINE.tPPLESSQUASH
The winsome bride is none other than
and Mrs. E. F. Akers are coast. mer Orlando boy and a lively memberof the faithful and efficient school teacher J BANANAS

spending a few days with relatives the Orlando baseball team, is still who has won her way into the
in Plymouth. 'I Mr. J. Hugh Murphy left last night playing short stop in a most credita- hearts of many Orange county chil- THE ABOVE ARE A FEW OF TilE MANY GOOD THINGS

I for Charlottesville, where he will resume ble manner. "Billy" is now a resti- dren by her gentle manners, her love- WE 11.\VE.

Mr. C. M. Brokaw, of DeLand, was his law studies in the Univer- dent of Brooksville, Fla., and on Saturday ly disposition, her kindness of heart, '

in town with his brother, W. H. Bro- sity of Virginia. I last the Brooksville team which left an impress for good, men- :<
kaw played against the "Gas Meters,"one COME AND SEE FOR YOURSELF.
yesterday. i tally]] and spiritually]] that will endure
I'j Mrs. John A. McDade, two chil- of the crack teams of Tampa. The with these young people through life I

Mr. W. L Dolive returned yester- dren, nurse and maid, who have been I Tampans were outclassed by Brooks-I Immediately after the ceremony!II

day from a visit to his son, Mr. Henry spending several weeks at Pass-a- ville and Limerick had a record the happy couple left on the Atlantic j CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.

Dolive, in Tampa. Grille, returned home yesterday. showing three times at the bat and I j Coast Line train for Chicago and other !

1 i _____ three runs, with no outs. I ,
Mrs. W. G. Hammond and little I IlcELROYlcCARTY
Rev. E. Lee Smith, pastor of the
daughter, Miss Edna, left yesterdayfor I Are you getting your home and
Baptist church of Apopka, spent sev- ) I
Atlanta Ga., to visit relatives.Mr. ; CARUTHERS & GORE
surroundings cleaned and put in
eral hours in Orlando yesterday, renewing -' up ENGAGEMENT i!
acquaintance with his many order for the admiration of the thousands I < Phone 200 6 & 8 Pine Street. !
and Mrs. W. M. Brittain and II
friends here. j of winter visitors who will soon I
family and Col.! and Mrs. J. N. Brad- j begin to arrive in Orlando. A city Mr. M. F. McCarty, of Birmingham -

shaw spent Sunday at Daytona Beach. may be criticized as much for what! Ala., announces the engagement, -- - -- -- -
Mrs. T. H. Fuller, Miss Lavinia ''lof
his daughter, Fletcher, to Mr. J.I
some people fail to do as it will be
Mr. L S. Thornton and his sister, Fuller, and Miss Ruth Fuller, of this admired for what others may do. Get Merle McElroy, of Orlando, Fla., the| School Days Begin Sept. 29And
city, are spending some time at the
Miss Lucile McAlister, leave today into the "doers" bunch. wedding to be celebrated the middle !i
lodge of the Lonesome Pine in the .
for a two weeks' stay at Coronado of October. I
mountains Ga. I
Beach. i. near | Mr. W. M. Cable, soliciting agent The above announcement will be of| all text-books for grades below the High
especial interest to the readers of the
for the Macon, Dublin & Savannah I
Mrs. A. T. Scruggs and daughter, Bonny Beacham will leave today Metropolis, as the bride-elect was one
railroad, with headquarters in Jacksonville I School must be changed. We have the lists of
Miss Mary, left yesterday for Savan- for the University of Virginia, to resume of the attendants in the marriage of !
spending of
a couple
nah, Ga., to visit Mr. W. P. Scruggsand his law studies at that institu- Miss Elizabeth Axtell to Mr. Clifford'j
days in this section in the interest of
books be used
all new to for each grade and
family.Mr. tion. He has recently been on a tour A. Payne, occurring in this city two ,
his road, left last night for points in
through a part of New England with years ago, and won many friends in

Frank R. Pounds left yesterdayfor his mother and sisters. !the southern part____of_the state. Jacksonville, who will unite in wish- ,wish to urge students to exchange now, and

Jacksonville, where he will purchase i I, ing her all future happiness. Mr.
additional machinery for his Mrs. W. M. Slemons, who has been Mr. W. L. Story and family were McElroy is well known and popular avoid the great delay and confusion that will
in Orlando yesterday route
crate mill at Ocoee. visiting in Memphis, but who was en throughout Florida, and his bride
called home on account of the illness their home in Winter Garden, aftera will be a charming acquisition to Orlando's result from waiting until opening day. A
delightful visit to West.
Ralph Yearby is driving a hand- of her daughter, Miss Ella Slemons, Key They social set.-Jacksonvi11e Me-
some new Studebaker runabout. It will arrive this afternoon. She was made the trip via the over-sea East tropolis.Miss liberal allowance for old books in good condition -
Coast railroad and returned by boat
seems equally useful for selling fertilizer expected last night, but was delayed
to Tampa.
or pleasure riding for two. i II i by a missed connection. Miss Slem- Flora Parker, who came up ,
I -
ons is reported to be much better. I from Sanibel several days ago with

Messrs. Andrew and Fred Weeks, II I His many friends will regret to Miss Lettie Nutt, quite ill, was takento GET YOUR SCHOOL' BOOKS NOW

who have been visiting their grandfather Judge T. Picton Warlow returned learn that Albert Branham, an em- the Orlando hospital this morning,

Mr. G. W. Berry, at the Melrose Sunday night from a trip to several ploye in the freight department of where she can receive the proper at-

left yesterday for their homein points in the West. He went as a the Atlantic Coast Line, has been tention. Mrs. Julia Hanson accompa.1

Memphis, Tenn. delegate to the triennial conclave of confined to his home by illness. nied the young lady to see W. S. BRANCH,

the Knights Templar, held at Den- was safely placed. Miss Parker is a
The Arcade Book and Music Store
Mr. E. R. Hataling left yesterdayfor ver early in August, and was accom- Miss Xina Wray, the accomplished general favorite wherever she is

Arcadia, where he will be en- panied by Mrs. Warlow and her mother daughter of Rev. and Mrs. J. E. known, numbering her friends by her

gaged by Contractor Hawley on some Mrs. Wright. Mrs. Warlow pro- Wray, left last night for Moran, Ga.,j acquaintances, all of whom hope for
of his building now in course of con- ceeded to Chicago from Denver with where she will teach in the schoolsin her speedy recovery and safe return I FOR RENT-Large, well furnished SENTINEL BUSINESS LOCALS
room to persons wishing suburban
struction at that place. her mother, and will return later.iMIIIIIillillliUniHIIUIiOCIMOMMM that city. II home.-Fort Myers Press. I accommodations; also 2 acres good

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i I I! Maxwell roadster, for $150 cash. ridiculously small price. They reach

j :: This car is in good condition. Harry : hundreds daily. Everybody reads

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working. knowledge of a boy's wise people usually gifted with :
body. Its physiology, the pathological foresight but they have not i I
conditions that from timeto shown it in their attitude toward : in all the new numbersat

time arrive and the relation the army and navy pol f: Of Cleanliness Of QuaHrv: I
of these both to mentality and icy Congress; continues to be I I I>
morality. lie sbould understandthe reluctant to maintain an adequate ,I I I -
effect of normal growth army: It's easy to get :I FRESH AND SALT MEATS i!I
upon the boy's character development money for a militia for a militia j:
particularly during the has votes and friends but a regular :I FISH AND GAME !
period of adolescence. He shouldbe army is far different McCULLOCH'SDEPARTMENT
able to give instruction in There is a saying; that the Lord Kept under the best sanitary conditions. I II
tex; hygiene knowing Just whatto looks after children and drunk. 'I STOREA
tell and how much and just en men This certainly ought Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
when to tell it. lie should :'0- to be extended to the United
derstand the supreme worth of States. Of course our separa and pure.
muscular co-ordination in rela- tion from foreign; countries by full line of Lace Embroideries
We invite inspection and satisfaction. We have ,
tion to self control and how weans is cause for not assuming guarantee I
through manual training gymnastics ; too heavy a burden. but we everything in the Meat Line. : Ladies' Muslin Underwear
: and athletics thtse are are very very much nearer Europe -
developed Fathers should understand and Asiamany many t and
enough of psychologyto times: nearer-than we were InWashington's Gingham
discover whether their boys : time. Occasionally The PARLOR MARKET
are motor or sensory minded we get a jar and notice our i i For School Dresses
enough to know why it is that {.{ itill1. but luck has been with f !
at a particular time the boy begins ns I:: the J"HM. and we cannot H. M. Self & Co.
to think and act for him- assume tat!' it wiM! a.'irayri! con I
0 : : Next Door to Evan's Jewelry Store
self, and why it is the youthso ti.iiutl.ui \\'. II TaftMiss
often questions all authority 18.20 PINE STREET I
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beset his soul! It should be Laura Mitchell of Arcadia, is Phone No. 80 1-
the business the father to acquaint going to China as a missionary. She' '
himself with these facts will sail on the "Empress of Asia" MMMHMMtllHiMtllflMtlMiHtMMIililllMIIMHAre '! The Sentinel "Want Ads" Every Day
that he may intelligently; and I,
from Vancouver on the 10th of this
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not a dangerous; thing.-Franklin be appointed as a teacher in the 1:
You Build?
Matthews Kiang.Susan B. Wilson school at Sung i V Going to ELECTRVACUUMCLEANER


NOT TOO STRAIGHT. Rowe & Winebrenner -

Paths that are both straight and
narrow Room 11-McXeilI&Davis IH'd Not just brick, but specify, get the best; they cost no

Keep the feet that long to REAL ESTATECity more, look better, last longer, and are more satisfactoryall Have your room or house
stray. around.
Let your tours be like the arrow and Country Property
cleaned without dust troubleof
JELK'S Macon Brick-common, paving, fire and rough or
Holding to the certain way. texture. None better.
Yet, my brother walk not moving furniture .
blindlyIn WELCOME TO LEGG'S Pressed and Fancy Faced Brick. I am state
your tense and righteous agent.

For pride.the deed that's fine and ROYAL PALM Carry large stock on hand, make quick shipments. Wire The Pierce Electric Co. send an Ex-

kindly your orders, at my expense.I
Never fear to turn aside.If SHOP
BARBER handle perienced man.
a brother weak and willful :
Stumbles from tbe' beaten Modern and Complete. ATLAS PORTLAND CEMENT, BEAVER BOARDS,

path.Though. Everything new, individual AGATITE CEMENT PLASTER, Fuller's Peninsular ; SEE THEM FOR TERMS
; your steps are firm and electric attachments at every Brand Roofing, Metal Laths and Shingles, Crushed Rock, ;
-Ulif'il.! Granite Curbing, Building Sand.
Do nut turn from him In chair. No atone has been left
wrath. unturned to make this shop
Stretch a band and raise and meet th erequirements of the Also, Fruit and Vegetable Pickers' and Packers' Supplies:
; ;
cheer him. most particular. Plenty of Crates, Wraps, Field Boxes, Straps, Nails and Ladders. ThePIERCE[ [ELECTRIC[ L C0I
Do the not straight acorn him.path do Isn't not chide.If near room. Courteous attendants. ", Int

him & Knight's Terminals,
Never fear to turn aside Proprietor.
W.R.Fuller Foot Franklin SL,
-W. R. Rose. Orange Ave, . Orlando, Fla. FLORID. CHURCH STREET
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Would Extend Thanks For the Continued Patronage ot our Store and Await Their Further Commands


We would say for our mutual benefit let us get acquainted. We want to know you



We bid for your V We extend liberal

business on credit to all andmake


the merits of special

our terms those whomerchandise

wish it.

and the I i : I .j.. t _ _ Tr


lowness of our L We do a large volume

prices of this kind of business.WE .


Do you need a Go-cart? Do you need a Refrigerator?

Do you need a MOSQUITO NET ? Do you need a FREEZER ?


Kincaid &,

; Low Price Furniture Co. Cor. Main and Pine Streets, Orlando, Fla.



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General Plumbing and Healing Contractor. Sewerage and Septic Tank Construction. i :
takn at the flood leads
The most Modern Sanitation of the Age In my New Inventions in Plumb- I PATH TO PROSPERITY
ou to fortune:
45 U. Church Street ing, for both Private and Public Buildings. Fine Plumbing Fixtures. :
Omitted, all the voyage of their i II -
life Estimates: Cheerlully Given. Repair Work Promptly Attended to. Prices Reasonable i:

Is bound in shallows and in mis- ', Money to loan on improved prop-I SEWER PIPE LAID AT I3cts PER FOOT. WORK DONE NOW OR LATER.MMMMMMIMMMMMMMMMMMiaiMMMMMMMMMMMIHMMMMMmM. Merchants who use Electric Signs never lose
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True felt Kings a hope wound.-Komeo it inakeo I Is swift wings::tlIJ and:+ and and Hie Juliet.meaner withswallow's I ORLANDO O BANK 4 & J TRUST J COMPANYI f fCapilal i they like trade an command within irresistible its the reach attention magnet: That, ol drawing the all reason the

l"ft'lItufes+_kiur UK'hard III. i and Surplus and Undivided Profits 13000000. I For Every Store OwnerNo j

If all the years were playing Resources over Three-quarters of a Million.
holidays.To matter how small his business, the Electric

sport| would tie as tedious as Statement As Rendered to the Comp- Sign is the cheapest and most effective
troller at the Close of Business advertising.Phone .
-Kins Henry IV.
w June 30th, 1913 lor our Sign Designer to call and submit .
Love sought is :'(MK!. but given e- RESOURCESBanking I
un;ou::ht is letter -TwelfthNisht. a sketch.
i Furniture Ii
i I and Fixtures .$ 25,867.37 No Trouble to Us.--No Expense to You.
I a Loans .
and Discounts
Men nit April when they voo.Dwetulwr
when they wed e ? Overdrafts 83.98
Maids: are May when! they are I T ''}A:. :. Stocks and Bonds 26,018.33

when maids they but are tht'kI wh'es.-\s chauKen You I 1 .t q Cash on Hand and in Banks-254,083.11---- ORLANDO W VATER & LIGHT C m. H

Like It -l .. $661,647.12
\ jets prosperity lies in the ear -
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News comes from Lakeland that I I . -- roc s once
,, The
there is a great deal of work going I officers and directors of the Orlando -
on in the building line and the soundof I :1 x t Bank and Trust Co. desire to
the saw and hammer can be heardin .x call the attention of its depositors and @
all directions.The friends and the citizens of Orlando

r' ;.1 to the above statement. The management RIGHT NOW we offer two propositions on TERMS OF $10
Chipley high school will open Ion 1 of the Bank feels that this showing DOWN AND $10 PER MONTH. Every voting man in
Monday, September 22. Chipleyhas (rc', reflects the conservative, sane and Orlando should embrace this chance to begin or add to his
; progressive methods employed in this
a splendid school and no doubt estate.
the coming term will prove to be a financial institution. Strength begets
confidence, and is
no where
prosperous - -- LOTS
displayed better by a bank than in
United States Government, State and County Depository healthful statements to its patrons. On the Map Before Seminole County
Let the Sentinel do your job print-
Inside Lots $100. Corner Lots $123.;
what ing. you Send want you and rorder rest, tell assured us about that ::::::::::::: :::: ::: :: ::::::.:::::::::::: !::::"::::: ":":" '::::: Money and six per cent interest back one year from the date
you complete purchase if dissatisfied.
you will get what you want.

"- --- Sheep Manure Fertilizer
We Extend to You an Invitation WRIGHT FORPRODUCES _
\ REALTY & SEED CO. I Near Lake Underbill. Finest grove land and finest grovesin
now to call at our sample rooms FOR REAL ESTATE r I [ Orange County. Develop a grove on your monthly spare
; eTruckoi I change. PRICE $50 PER ACRE. Timber
number 11 Arcade BIdg., to look over Tliate Our Business Uar rOwers practically pays
our selection of over 600 Suitingsfor \ Orlando, Florida RESULTS

Autumn and Winter, 1913. You NO INTEREST-NO TAXES
Does NOT Burn
should not let another day pass before : until you own the deed.


When you have your measure taken Room 2. Watkins Block.

you don't hate to walk out of our Sleffloll's l i 1 Silt Sale I IO'COO J IIOIIIDllltlllllll.I'I'I"III.
place "Hoping it will be right" You I SDeoial

can be sure of it. We will Guarantee,:

satisfaction Best Quality.MEN'S and FASHION that our suits SHOP are the : offonMen's Suits % off on Boys' Suits READ THE SENTINEL f FOB. THE NEW\

11 Arcade Bld'g, Orlando, Fla. offon Men's Pants % offon B oys' Pants



-IN- 30.00 Suits now $20.00 $15.00 Suits now $10.00 ]

FEEDFOR H 27.00 " 18.00 12.00" 8.00 Artificial Stone

25.00 16.67 7.50 5.00
22.50 15.00 6.00 4.00
Building Blocks, Cement Brick, House

LWf T L 20.00 13.33 3.00" 2.00 Foundations, all styles of Concrete
I Columns, and Balusters,also all kinds

18.00 12.00 Terms : Cash Down : of Ornamental Concrete Work in Whiteor
Colored Facings

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C. Massey, PresidentT. Through the efforts of Mr. H. H.

Witherington, president of the Amer
Fktoa. Wr ow, V1a.Pr 1 WtUn Hov* Cull ican Realty company, there have been

Bow, :d C Babcock Am't Cukkr Samuel A.Ntwtll.Airt CMikr more than one hundred acres of wa-

termelons contracted tf be plantedfor

the coming season and it is hoped

THESTATE that this can be increased to five hundred -

acres before time to plant the

crop. This will mean a great deal to

Apopka and will help to develop the

BANK surrounding country.A. .

J. Lovell, our mayor, who is

planting a celery crop at Sanford,

came home Saturday to spend Sunday -
.1 A Bank Account
of Orlando with his children here.

Ben F. Wilson has moved his stock

of groceries into the Lovell store vs.
--- until such
room time as he can build

THE OLDEST BANK IN THE CITYAND I a ness.Gerald suitable place tc oontinue his busi Banking Service

Wilking has opened his ice
cream parlor in the McCall building H

just vacated by B. F. Wilson, and An account with us means more than merely accepting -
The Bank which transacts more business than will serve ices and cool drinks to the _ _
your deposits or making loans.
any Bank between Jacksonville and Tampa trade. We hope to see him success

Dr. J.V.. Minkler is kept quite I Particular attention is given your individual circumstances

The large patronage of this Bank has been built up busy late treating the horses and I and every detail is considered to pro-
mules that are brought to him for :
during twenty years by conducting its business on sound treatment. He is a skilled veterinary I tect what you have and help you increase it.

banking principles with careful attention to the legiti surgeon, and since he has regained :

mate wants of customers. The his health here he has taken up his :
the publicis Call and talk over your affairs with us.hit is a
profession again with great success. I
reuected in the large amount of "
deposits. lie says that Apopka is the only place I pleasure to sene jou.

Average deposits First Quarter of 1913, $900,000 where he could live.

Mr. Peek, of Orlando, has rented :

a residence here from Rev. GeorgeD. ,

| FOUR PER CENT PAID ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTSOur Reeves, and will become a residentof

Apopka this week.

There is talk now of erecting a

three-story brick business block at
correspondent banks are located in every part of corner of Fourth street and Centralavenue

the world and include with two business rooms on
] ; some of the largest Banks in the
first floor and the second and third .
! United States. floors to be used for hotel :

iiaa This would in a measure meet purposes.a long The Peoples National Bank j

T'llllllli - - - - . -..-r'IrinUNDRW felt want here and would be) a great

benefit to the town generally.The .
H. BUTT YESTERDAY U UThe ACRES INMUONS street committee has been having The Only

some of the drooping limbs "UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY"In
trimmed from the shade trees on Central
funeral of Mrs. Kate H. Butt,
avenue, which makes Orange County.
a great i improvement -
widow of the late Judge Cecil G. Butt, ATAPOPKA
to tha tpart of the town,
place yesterday afternoon
j as some of the limbs had to
the arrival of the train from the -
I such length that they drooped downin
ESTATE way. HMilllMIMMHt .
Mrs. Butt died at the Robinson san .I.IIJ.I. .. .. .
TOWN IS Rev. George D. Reeves filled his -- --
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nine o'clock. Her children were BONDS FOR ELECTRIC regular appointments Sunday morn .',. r " j 1'111111111'-
ing and night at the Methodist church
with her at the time and accompaniedthe PLANT>>

remains to Orlando. The funeral, here.D..
W. Clark and G. Harod have NEW
services were conducted by Rev. Dr.
Apopka, Sept. 8.-A barn on the purchased a city block
embracing 24
J. E. Wray, of the Methodist church. Perie place was struck by lightning
lots from the American Realty
The procession was formed from the last Thursday afternoon com
the bolt
station and the brief services were o, jumped to a loaded of pany and have enclosed same with a

held at the grave. The pallbearerswere : setting it on fire and the wagon entire barn hay cattle barbed and wire expect fence to to have protect the against whole Ml andWinter Suits and Coats

Messrs. B. M. Robinson, C.' B. I and contents were consumed. block cleared and cultivated in watermelons
Robinson, B. C. Abernethy, J. P. Mus- A meeting of the directors of our the

selwhite, S. Y.Way and Philip Slem- State bank was held here last coming season.
the winter tourists will begin
ons.Mrs. Wednesday.Dr. to flock to the Sunny Southland ARRIVINUNOW
Butt is survived by four children C. P. McCall has returned from
seeking winter homes. No
Mr. Cecil Butt and Mrs. Bryant I an extended visit to the mountains of has better locations community .
Higgins, of Sanford, and Messrs. Nix- I North Carolina. or more desirable
I home sites to offer than can
on and McDowell Butt, of Savannah; M rs. T. J. Smith has had as her be found by
calling the American

by three brothers, Messrs. Charles guest Miss Bertie Seegars, of Minors
Edward Realty company, of Apopka.W. .
and Joseph ville.
I T. Wilson has sold a corner lot
McDowell; two sisters, Mrs. Lillian The safe in the State bank here has
Orange street
and Park
Slaton, of Atlanta, and Mrs. Game- again been put in working order, the avenue to
Harry Hewitt, who will perhaps improve
well, of Spartanburg, S. C. Other finishing touches being added by )Ir.
: same an early date.
relatives are Mrs. John Burden and Bob Cohoon, of Orlando.
The Consumers Lumber and Veneer are the newest and choicest
Messrs. Arthur and E. W. Butt. M r. A. P. Fudge has purchased
I company has replaced the machine
The floral tributes were and new Ford automobile.
many THEY of this
shop that was burned last summer coming season
beautiful ,
those sent by the Elksclubs Our popular A. C. L conductor, with
a new galvanized metal
of Sanford and Orlando being Mr. L. 0. White, with his wife and with concrete floor, and the building machinery of the famous Printzess

particularly handsome. little son, are away on a vacation.

Mrs. Butt was reared in Orlando The concrete plant is now in operation one is of all the new most, and complete can now shops boast of in i line, L & C. S. Star line, and the

and was known and beloved here aMiss s and Mr. Parnell is
prepared to
Kate McDowell. She lived here furnish building material on short big and This running plant is full doing time a Gem line. These are the lines that

several years after her husband's notice.
death. every day the entire year round. It we have built Coat
Her and
death comes as a severe Mrs. S. W. Stewart was called to furnishes our Suit Business
shock to many in spite of the Milltown Ga. employment to more than
pro last week on accountof
longed illness which suggested that the death of her father. one hundred men constantly.A I on. There are none better.
I proposition was submitted to the
the end was near.UNEXPECTED .1.1I lion. I[. D. Geiger, of Kissimmee
city council at its last
meeting asking Every day we are
was a pleasant visitor in town a few that getting more,
a cleanup day be established
RECEPTION days last week. and that the mayor issue a and invite you to come and see them.
GIVEN SERENADERS Rev. Mr. Douglas and wife, of Orlando proclamation
calling upon the people
were visitors in Apopka one to clean their premises on that day. You will be entertained and pleased.
A party of serenaders went out to day last week. I

serenade last night. It was plannedto I Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Clark report avery An order has been given to open We are fast getting our upstairs
the section line and
be grub out the road
ordinary event. It was to delightful visit to the ancient
be, in fact, an old fashioned char I city of St. Augustine last week, batlsay ut 20 feet wide on the continuation of line of Ready-to-Wear goods in shape

vari (chivaree), and was leveled ] they prefer to make their homein Park avenue from the city to Rock
the and Springs, a distance of some six miles, for
peace blissfulness of a youngmarried Apopka, Heart of Summerland. the fall business.
man. It happened, however, Mrs. F. S. Witherby and daughter, to the north of town. This road when

that wind of the affair had precededthe Miss Ruth, enjoyed a visit to Tampalast opened up will make Park avenue the

party to the place where the week, where they spent a fewdays principal thoroughfare of the town

young people lived, and when the shopping and sightseeing. and extending from Clarkona, four

serenaders began to make the night )Ir. Ezra Marshall was called herea miles to the south, to Rock Springs,

hideous with dish pans, cow bells, few days ago from Newcastle, Ind., six miles to the north. This avenueis

barrels, tin horns and the like they I to visit his brother, Clarence, who now opened 80 feet wide throughthe

were greeted with a fusilade of had the misfortune to lose one of his city from north to south, and

empty beer bottles, potatoes, cab. eyes by a flying splinter striking teye he passes through the most desirableresidence

bages, eggs that were not healthy, while he was doing some repair portion of Apopka.

and other missiles, that caused themto work on a building in this place. The question of bonding the town

beat a precipitate retreat. It happened Buyers are already in the field purchasing for the purpose of installing an electric N. P. YOWELL

in the neighborhood of Lake this year's crop of lighting plant will soon be submitted -
Cherokee, and the to the
serenaders made and people for their
grapefruit, which
promises to be
their getaway just in time to escape I a good one proval. Every voter in the to apwn .

a charge of light brigade with heavy should turn out and vote for the bond ?
artillery-for the people in that end Apopka is to have a bakery at an issue. 111111111111111111111'111111'11111111111'11111'1"11111'tll |"

of town had unlimbered their thirteen the early ground date, as to the erect material one. is. now on Vacation time is over and schooldays AT THE FAVORITE TODAY! I three parts. A magnificent civil war:I fore the public. Shown here
inch and have every
guns were getting ready begun again and the children drama.
for action. The Rev. N. M. McCall, who has beenin Tuesday and Saturday.
young couple were, are starting in for another year Worth While Reels 3 I Matinee, 2 to 5 p. m. Night, 7 to
grateful to their defenders; they were) Cuba for the past several years, of hard work.
as a missionary, has "The Whole Truth" (Imp.). 10 p. m.Admission. The Item "The
quite innocent of how it all came! returned here says: Florida Utah-
about. and filled the pulpit at the Baptist Thirty homes corking Imp. comedy. I 5 cents to all. nite Safety Powder company, of which
church last Sunday. are in course of "Animated Weekly No. 56" ( Coming very soon: "Thus Saith: A. T. Miller is president and F.
The construction in Wauchula. Many oth versal). All current events from in'I the Lord," a wonderful Biblical feature : E.
opening day of the experimental The American Realty company has ers are contemplated for the fu- i i I in 'I Williamson salesman and demonstrator
public market in Pensacola takes issued a neat little eight-page folder ture. parts of the world, including :: parts. is one of Palatka's new enter

place next Saturday. Farmers who setting forth in condensed form some great Dayton flood disaster and j II Special today: "The Panama Illus- prises that bids fair to be one of its

bring their own produce there to sell of the many features of Apopka An Omaha tornado. I trated Semi-Weekly," showing views best and most valuable."
additional school building will "Forcing the Issue" Nestor of the Panama
will not be charged any fees what which should prove very interesting ( ) canal in its different
ever. reading to the Northerner who is will erected be in Crystal Springs and it exceptional comedy-drama. I stages of completion. One of the Big value in little space-the Sen-
rushed to completion. Tomorrow: "The Toll of War," i greatest features ever exhibited be- tinel "want" ads.Louis .



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