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 10, 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: UF00087112:00244
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Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Succeeded by: Morning sentinel

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









u Qualified teachers are scarce, and Qrlando is to make another step

ttJ :I I. dC ttJ.... the supply is barely sufficient to forward to qualify as one of the fore
:I l< :I the demands. In countiesit most cities in improved methods of
I ;" some
GRAPE[ FRUIT SnORT ? ..Q 0 ;.U" oU. ;.. is likely that there is not a sufficient doing business by having one of the YOUNG MAN FOUND GUILTY OF NO SECOND DISTRICT
C. .en /1)... : .
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= z- H Z'5 number of grade license holders finest market houses in the south. ASSAULT AND BATTERY ON

i 8 to fill the places.Superintendent. Messrs. Horace M. Self and JohnH.
WITH FAVORABLE WEATHER Lee . ... . 400,000 80 320,000 J. F. McKinnon Tucker are going to move their RODE BAUCH TWO THIRD DISTRICTS ARE

SHIPPING SEASON DeSoto .. .1,000,000 120 1,200,000 notified the applicants who took the market business from their present CREATED AND LAW DOES

CONDITIONS I Polk ...... 600,000 110 660,000 uniform examinations in Orlando last location on Pine street to the new .

WILL OPEN AS EARLYAS Hillsboro .. 225,000 100 225,000 I week of the marks made by them. Hyer building opposite the People's After a trial which consumed most I NOT BECOME EFFECTIVETILL
LAST, OCT. 15 Manatee .. 700,000 65 455,000 I The grading committee finished its, bank, where they will have installedthe .of the day in criminal court yesterday AFTER ELECTION

Pinellas .... 800,000 70 560,000 work promptly and made report to most modern market plant that I F. D. Michael was convicted of

The citrus fruit crop of the 1913-14 Lake . .. . 5,000 110 550,000 the superintendent.There can be purchased. It will not be the assault and battery on Elmer Roden- To Charles Harry Burke Floyd,

season will be about a million boxes Osceola .. .. 200,000 120 240,000 were fourteen white applicants largest plant in the state but there baugh. The charge against him was member of the last legislature from

shorter than it was the last preced- Orange ... .2,000,000 65 1,300,000 for license. Of this number will be none better in equipment or assault with intent to kill. Franklin county, belongs the credit

ing season, according to estimates Volusia .. 200,000 105 210,000 there were two who were granted I arrangement.Mr. Michael is a young white man em.1. for having discovered that the law

made by S. J. Sligh, the fruit broker,I East Coast.1,000,000 100 1,000,000 first grade license; five secured second -, C. V. Strickland, special sales- ployed as machinist at Cook's garage. i which is supposed to divide the state

who is probably better qualified toI I Putnam ... 200,000 70 140,000 grade license, and two secured man representing the United Refrigerator -' The difficulty between him and Rod- of Florida into four congressional

pass an expert opinion than anyone Marion .. 300,000 100 300,000 third grade, one dropped out on account -' and Ice Machine company, of enbaugh occurred the night of Au- districts, is defective.Mr. .

else in Florida. of illness and four failed to Kenosha, Wfs., was in the city yesterday gust 19. The trouble started in a Floyd sent a telegram to the

Many railroad and commission men Total ... .8,125,000 7,160,000 qualify for any kind of license.Of I and closed a contract for a boyish wrangle which was good na- Pensacola News yesterday in whichhe
made known his discovery, declaring
and trade journals get their esti- Decrease, 11.877 per cent. the seven negroes who applied full outfit, including refrigerators tured enough to begin with, but I -
mafes from him and trim their sails one secured a third grade license and fixtures, scales, cutters, blocks and which ended seriously. Rodenbaughis I the law to be of no effect, and

according to the information fur. UNABLE TO PAY BILLS I the others failed.Superintendent. I I the like. alleged to have made an insulting stating in conclusion that Claude.

nished by him.. McKinnon states! The contract calls for complete delivery remark to Michael which he resented,I L'Engle, present congressman at

Mr. Sligh has furnished the Sentinel WAS PR STON'S REASON ;that he doesn't know just how the for use by November 1. When I assaulting Rodenbaugh with a smallmachinist's large, would have to run as a candidate -
from the state at large again,
Self and
that date arrives Messrs.
1 the first estimate in detail of the 1 negro schools in the county are going hammer. The case continued -
and that he would make the
citrus fruit crop yet made for the to be supplied with teachers, as Tucker will invite their friends to through the afternoon and the I race

forthcoming season. There have been FINANCIAL TROUBLES LED ORLANDO there are ,several places to fill and inspect the most perfect market housein argument was concluded at a night i)against him if some one would 'fur-
,nish the campaign fund.
some guesses made by trade journal PAINTER TO TAKE there are not enough eligibles to re. Florida. session, the jury returning a verdict
Mr. has
Floyd evidently compared
who. have little ceive the appointments. There will about ten o'clock. The young man I
correspondents or no THE FATAL DRAUGHTThe
the printed law with the enrolled bill,
accurate means of arriving at correct be just about teachers enough to ,up- MR. J. A. BORTREE BADLY will be sentenced today. Michael was
information in making up their fig- Jacksonville Times-Union of ply the white schools. This condition INJURED BY STREET CAR represented by Jones & Jones, and for he says that they are identical
He raises the whether the
ures. It is to be understood that the yesterday gave the following accountof seems to prevail in some other coun- --- I County Solicitor Starbuck prosecutedthe question
the of Jack Preston's bill> was tampered with or if the error
finding bodyin ties as well.
herewith case.
figures which are given are News reached Orlando I
yesterday crept past the legislature just as it
an estimate only, and the estimateis a piece of woods near that city: In Seminole county there were that Mr. J. A. Bortree had been I The case against Arnold Baxter for '
i Evidently having taken his own three applicants who took the exami- appears now.
made by Mr. Sligh after having struck by a street car in Henderson- cattle stealing was nol prossed, but Mr. Floyd's telegram to the News
life, the body of a man who was undoubtedly nation; two of these were granted
traveled over the orange producing ville, N. C., where he and Mrs. Bor he will be tried on the charge in Sem- follows:
section of the state, and given critical Jack Preston of Orlandowas second grade license and one got third tree have been spending the summer. inole county. The reason for dis-
Fla. 9Pen.
"Apalachicola, Sept
found in of
to the outlook. Mr. Sligh a grove pine grade. the him in this
The injuries are said to be so seriousas missing, cases against sacola News, Pensacola, Fla.: The
the of St. Johns
near corner avenue There nineteen and
I ,
'ere. negroes
that the acts of
says: 'to cause apprehension for his re- county was alleged bill
congressional redistricting chapter
and Talbot street shortly before five
of this number only two qualified for
"Under favorable weather condi- Mr. and Mrs. Bortree have criminality were committed for the
covery. 6472, laws of Florida, is a mon
o'clock afternoon. Letters
yesterday license, there being two who received
tions the shipping season will openas lived in Orlando for a number of most part in Seminole county. strosity. It does not into effect
upon' the body told a story of ill third grade certificates. go
early this year as it did last sea health and financial troubles. years, and the news of the accident The case of aggravated assault till after the next election, it creates
son. By favorable weather I mean will be received with the brothers Naif and
Apparently the body had remainedin THE WEATHER grave regret. against Forage two; third districts and no second district -

if the nights are cool and the weather the secluded spot where it was Florida: Local thunder showers The injury to Mr. Bortree was received Assad, was continued for the term on I The enrolled bill is like the

dry. If we have a good deal of rain found for over a week. It was discovered Wednesday and Thursday.came several days ago. account of the illness of a material printed law. Was the law tamperedwith

and the weather continues warm the by D. M. Liston, who livesin I witness, Night Operator Steere, who or was the legislature negligent

season will be later. that section, and Deputy Sheriff recently underwent an operation and ? The legislature must be de

"The decrease in the crop will be Ben Jones who be is still confined to his room. '
happened to
pass GREET[ UmQIE[ AS HE corn-1
mostly of grapefruit. There is a ing in an automobile. Those who CHEERS Other cases disposed of were: J.W. .

shortage aso in tangerines. Thq made the ghastly discovery were attracted Rowland and J."S. Snowden, unlawful mission government for Florida. Ifa

quality of the fruit will not be as to the spot by a large flock I VOTES WITH DEMOCRATS ON TARIFF f seining, fined $67.50 each; kind friend will advance the campaign

good upon the whole, but yet there of buzzards which hovered over the Chap Wallace, selling booze, $250 and i fund I will beat Claude for con

will be some fruit as good as was pines continually. The body was' ___ - -- --- .1 costs, or four months; Mattie Jones, gressman at. large. I am certain of

ever grown. Both grapefruit and or- I badly decomposed. I ( -I selling booze, convicted; Delia Thomas my assertions.

anges will run largely to russets It is judged that the dead man was BILL PASSED. THE SENATE AT LUCERNE THEATRE IS : carrying, pistol, convicted. (Signed) "C. H. B. FLOYD."

caused by the dry weather as a rule. about 45 years of age. The body was:I FOUR O'CLOCK YESTERDAY The laws as printed in book form

"In Orange county the shortagehas dressed in a brown suit of clothingand FOUR MONTHS AFTER LEASED FOR ONE YEAR show the error that Mr. Floyd calls

been caused by the dry weather.i lay on some newspapers which ITS INTRODUCTIONSpecial WALKER COMES BACK BUT attention to, but the laws as printedin

Some of the counties that had short had been spread on the ground undera the newspapers for distribution

crops last year have full crops this pine tree. A bottle was found near to The Seo'.inel.Washington MESSRS. W. A. STARKEY AND SIMS IS OUT OF TOWN throughout the state are correct as to

year, as Osceola. the body and from the odor of what Sept. 9.-Four monthsto HENRY 'RAEHN WILL TAKE ,the second district. The proof reader

"This estimate is based on the pres- remained of the contents, the man evidently a day from its introduction in the CHARGE MONDAY NIGHT 1 evidently caught the error when the
the Underwood-Simmons tariff
ent outlook, fruit running the ordi- mixed a strong poison'th I senate, newspaper copy was being printed,
bill that body at 4:40
nary size. In a great many sectionsthe whiskey.A I passed .but the enrolled bill is the copy which
o'clock this afternoon vote of 44 The Lucerne theater has been BROKEN IN SPITE OF RE-
by a
letter addressed ,
to Edward
fruit is very small, which might Jump, i will control.Mr. .
leased for one dating from next
decrease the number of boxes. The Orlando, which was found in his coat to 37. year TURN OF ONE MEMBERThe I Floyd seems to have made a
Monday night At that time W. A.
..1 Senators LaFollette
season will be a long drawn out sea. pocket, stated that the writer was and Raehn will I I discovery whIch1ll throw consternation -
greatly discouraged because of ill and Poindexter, Bull Mooser, supported -j Starkey Henry as- hopes of City Clerk Boone ran
son, as there are three distinct crops, into the camps of several polit-
sume the management of the house
the June and July crop being the health and also because he was un- the bill on its ,final passage, and that has heretofore been high yesterday afternoon, for it had ical aspirants who were thinking of
operated by
largest we've had for years. In some able to pay certain debtors who were I Senators Ransdell and Thornton,I been noised about that Alderman :becoming candidates against Congressman -
the owner, Mr. J. A. Magruder.
evidently pressing him for funds. I Democrats, of Louisiana, voted Brush Walker would return on the
sections there is more June grape- L'Engle. It may be ventured
j Messrs. Starkey and Raehn are
"Tell all the boys good-bye for against it. evening train. : that who
fruit than early. The same will ap- well known to the Orlando public. some would become
ply to oranges in different sections me," ran the letter. "I do not wantto : The first break in party solidarity i i Mr. Raehn has lived here for The city clerk has been planning to candidates for the district office
when the of LaFollette many
but in all parts of the state there is be a bother to any one. I can't' name : and while Mr. has I get away on his vacation for sometime ,would not attempt to make the race
considerable June bloom in oranges."I get along somehow and it is impos-'I I was called. Without any attempt at ;' years Starkey I but when the council quorumwas from the state at large.
made his home in Orlando only since
sible to pay the money I owe. I being demonstrative, but in a firm': broken by the absence of four I Developments will be awaited with
have made estimate .
this as care last fall, he has come into public
I have written to an aunt of mine in.'voice, he answered "Aye. The occu.) members he was unable to leave the interest, and the of the
fully as I could, and I believe it will notice through the interest he has attor-
New York city, asking her to pay my pants of the galleries broke out in I affairs of the city in that kind of general will be asked
be well verified ney probably
pretty ship- taken in the Orlando concert band
ments." bills after I am gone. Tell Mrs. W. :I applause and vigorous hand clapping,:] as abeyance that would be necessary and his decision is likely to be final.
instructor. He will continue his band
E. Weeks to dispose of the things in Ino effort being made by the vice-pres- under such circumstances. Work and
work, and his new connection will not I'
my' room." ident to check the demonstration, although ! lots of it has piled up demanding the

SECRETARY LANE FALLS I The letter was dated September :' it was plainly a violation of I interfere with his duties in that di- :attention of council, leaving City PALATKA VOTES $75,000FOR

and was signed Jack Preston. The the rules and traditions of the senate. rection. The Starkey family are all f[Clerk Boone to sit on the lid while
I musicians and the music feature NEW SCHOOL HOUSE
authorities here are making an effort On the Democratic side the mem-I at I I( the absentees are enjoying them-
IN FAINT AT OAKLANDWAS the Lucerne will be continued and
to gather further information in were unable to conceal their jubilance j selves.

regard to the man. I at this accession to their sup-' improved.The "I But just as the shades of night ELECTION WAS CARRIED AFTER
The body was turned over to Un-!port. The votes of Ransdell and j new managers have outlinedno were falling yesterday the city clerk I 1 A STIFF FIGHT BY VOTE .

REVIEWING PARADE WHEN dertaker Ed. Gordon last night and t Thornton against the bill of their I radical changes in the character"began to breathe easier; relief was in| OF111T091 .
of the amusements which will be .
OVERCOME AND RECOVERED on account of its condition was im- t own party was received in silence. presented i I sight. If Alderman Walker returned I Palatka, .
Sept. -By a majority of
at the Lucerne. It be
WITH MUCH DIFFICULTY mediately buried after Justice E. E.I With the announcement of the vote I I will i the council could meet and play ball. 50 votes the proposition to bond the
Willard had empaneled a jury which. I the great show was over and the gal- kept up to a high standard, and the I Well, what happened? Alderman sub-school district Palat-
men will work to make it a''' - comprising
Special to The Sentinel rendered a verdict to the effect that leries were quickly emptied. young Walker did return. He came in on ka, Palatka Heights and East Jalat-

Oakland, Cat Sept. 9.Secretaryof the man had taken his own life. i Senator Simmons moved that the popular place of amusement the 6:41, but when City Clerk Boone ka, in the sum of $75,000 for the con-

the Interior Franklin K. Lane col- CRANK ,TRIES TO FORCE_ I I senate insist upon its amendment and corporated that will be contested in began to inquire around to see what struction of a modern school build-

lapsed while watching the parade ask for a conference. The vicepresident the conference. The question now is the chances were for a meeting of the ing and other improvements along
from a reviewing stand here this aft- then announced as conferees for how far the senate can go in enforcing city's deliberative body he found that other educational lines was carried

ernoon. Special to The SentineL the senate, Simmons, Stone, Williamsand I the retention of its amendments. he had no more of a quorum than he today.

The secretary suddenly sank in a Washington Sept* 9/-Charles Johnson, Democrats; Lodge, La i The president is quoted as saying I had before, for in the meantime Al-. There were 278 votes polled, 144 of

faint, and bystanders rushed to his Smith, aged 52, of Terrace View, W. Follette and Penrose, Republicans. that the bill as enacted by the senateis derman Sims had disappeared. There which were for and 94 against bonds, .

side. He was given the attention ofa I Va., was arrested at the White.House The bill as it passed the senate con. acceptable. The senators admit was no council meeting last night, and bond advocates and workers are

physician immediately, but he recovered today following an attempt to gainan tained many amendments, some of that the heaviest tug in conference is but there will probably be one tonight to be congratulated upon their victory -

with much difficulty. audience with the president to I them materially reducing the rates i likely to come over the cotton sched- for Alderman Sims didn't go as they labored earnestly not

urge the elimination of the Republican .to a point, as the house members I ule, some of the reductions in the agricultural far and he won't be gone long. He only previous to the election but were
Harrison Fisher pictures, framed, office holders. He is held subject claim of I
endangering the
} revenues schedule and an ad valorem simply spent the day in Brooksville busy as bees today talking to free-
one-third off. Curtis & O'Neal to examination of his sanity. under it and with I
features in- rates on silk. and is expected home today. holders and rounding up the electors. ;



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+ FIGHT fOR BETTER RATES place Limes at brought Pine Castle in from are Col.the Amio's finest i
Fir Tie lit T n
ever specimens seen.of They that are fruit nearly that as we largeas have .. r Thirty Dais

') EAST COAST RAILROAD CAUSING oranges and known as Persian .
sl TOWNS ON LINE TO LOSE limes. We will be pleased to list both city and county
BY COMPETITIONKey "Orlando's Edison," Capt. Sidney property, both improved and unimproved. A postal or

Cook, has just completed a new and telephone call will bring a representative.
West, Sept. 8.The presidentof improved orange sizing machnie,
the city council, Dr. C. F. Kemp, which certainly excels anything we
i has received a letter addressed to the have yet seen for simplicity and gen- SHIRT SALE
, mayor, the board of trade and the eral excellence. We understand Mr. URITTAIN & WAY H
president of the city council, from the J. L Empie was also instrumental in I
St. Augustine board of trade concern- designing this admirable machine.H. .
ing the interchangeable mileage prob- REAL ESTATE AND INVESTMENTS

lem that has been stirring the citiesof S. Kedney, A. W. Barber and 15 SOUTH ORANGE AVENUE
the East Coast for some time. Capt. Cook are preparing to engage
The Florida East Coast railway refuses extensively in raising pineapples.J. llt'CIIIIDllt OIIIIIIOClleQIII II"II"IOalll
to accept the interchangeable
mileage, and at present it costs a. L Giles will be a candidate for ,-T .I
Florida bound tourist several dollars city tax collector at the coming mu- ''
more to visit a city on the East Coast nicipal election. Brown & lartidue's II I OUR NEW LINE
than one on the West Coast, for then
reason that the other cities use the A party of young men consisting .
: 2-cent interchangeable mileage, and of Harry Bumby, Warren Akers, B. I OF =
Mr. J. 0. Stevenson, secretary of the B. Moring, L M. Boykin and C. S..
St. Augustine board of trade, statesin Johnson, left on Monday for a hunting Soft Felts
his letter that there is not the:: expedition among the hills of'
slightest doubt but that the East I
west Orange.
Coast is losing heavily by that plan. I See them in Win 6

started The St.the Augustine movement board to have of trade the I bond S. A.as Robinson tax collector.has presented It is signed his ow 4ANGE Are just in. Call and see them.MISSES .

:R Florida East Coast Railway companyto i by the following sureties, each quail.'
adopt the 2-cent mileage, and also
I fying for five thousand dollars: S. S.
proposes a way in which it may be Waterhouse, Nat Poyntz, J. Bumby,
done. Their proposal is to have enlisted E. S. Sperry and Geo. E. Macy. No' HAMILTON & DUNN
a the co-operation of every com better official bond was ever given in;
mercial body on the Florida East Orange county. I .
Coast and to present these facts to Agents for Barclay Corsets
the Florida East Coast Railway com J. Hugh Murphy, the talented young i:('.. .' ....III..IIIII..III.IIII.O.I..t..
pany in such a way as will result i in county attorney, returned from Ashe-'
.... . .
the adoption of this mileage scale. ville, N. C., on Saturday. His wife:
t The matter has been taken up by will come later. j jWE
k the city council and referred to the I . 111.5.6. S.ALESix.room '
meeting of the board of trade, with Dan Prescott, of Reedy Creek,I II II I ;
instructions that if any action was I brought a hog to market last week| '4
taken as suggested, that it be re. that weighed 250 pounds. It was FIT GLASSES, GRIXD LENSES
turned to the city council, so that that fattened in the woods. I' AND DO ALL KINDS OF YOU WILL SAVE MONEYBy Bath and Pantry, Modern house. One Block
body might offer a resolution to the OPTICAL REPAIRINGDR. from and in view of Lake Lucerne. Two blocks from

s same effect. JAP NEWSPAPER SUPPRESSED Getting Prices on your station, east side of Atlantic Coast Line Railroad. Lot
Brick and Stone Work
Tokio, Sept. Anarchistic expres- Before Building. 100x142 feet, shaded on west by Camphor trees, on
DROWN WHILE BATHING sion in connection with the agitationover 1\\\ \, Phone or Write ; south by large Oaks. Nice Lawn. 50 bearing Grapefruit -

the killing of the Japanese at+ L Acme Brick and I and Oranges and 100 younger trees; also English
Waycross, Ga., Sept. 8.-Robert Nanking led to the suppression today
, : Walnuts, Guavas, Pecans, Bananas, and
Harrell and Richard Pineapples
Litherland, Jr., of the Niroqu Shimbun, an independent . L H. RAMSDELL StoneVorks
aged 13 and 19 years, -respectively, newspaper. I OPTOMETRIST MAITLAND, FLORIDACHAS. bearing. 40 Acres heavy pine timbered Land, northwest /
were drowned when they went be- The journal asserted that the .
punishment A. DALLAS, Prop.ANNOUNCEMENT ! side Lake Barton
yond their depth while bathing in the of the spies of Yuan Shi Kai, (Successor to Dr. 0. P. Likins) I.... .. ,., .., , ..,....
Satilla river near here today. Charles the Chinese president, had just com ORLANDO, - FLORIDAI
Delmage, another boy who accompa- menced, that the murder of Director
= nied them, was rescued from the I Abe, of the Japanese foreign office,I Keep in touch with Orlando throughthe Just received new lot factory sec i Apply "Sentinel" Office
water after he had become uncon- I was a "heavenly judgment" and other Sentinel while on your vacation. onds. They look good to us.
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TO TRUCK ery wish expressed by the late Nellie What You WantllowYouWanLIt ; .

Capron Plant in connection with the

Connecticut; College for Women will !

OPENING OF WEST COAST be executed by her bereaved husband,

COUNTIES TO SMALL FARMERS Mr. Morton F. Plant. The college as When You Want It11111111111111111111111I "
B ear t the "CADILLAC" "HUPMOBILE[ in min !
INCREASED RESPONSIBLE ACREAGE FOR a all whole under, and Mrs.the Plant's minor details supervision.were e

Her untiring work in perfecting the TT For anything in the .

Jacksonville, Sept. .-There is no college plans was partly responsiblefor flli line of PRINTING I

doubt that the vegetable acreage her illness and death two weeks XII come to us and we

throughout the entire state this sea- 11 will guarantee you
son will be greater than any previous ago.When Mrs. Plant became interestedin satisfactory work at prices

year. This does not necessarily mean the small college she enlisted the that are RIGHT.
that the acreage at some of the pres- support of her husband and asked If I //III 11 ( I I I I I I I I i 'I II

ent shipping sections will be larger him to donate a sum that would makeit iHMMUIIHOItltniOtHMUNNIMAKERS I

but the increase is largely from the one of the leading educational institutions -
new land and new trucking sections for girls in the East. Mr.'

that are being opened up in every section Plant set aside $1,000,000 to be expended Notices of Lost, Wanted For Sale, For
Rent, etc. for this column 25c for one day
under her direction for build-
of the state. Almost county -
every :
50c for three days or 75c for one week, for
on the west coast of Florida is ings. 25 words or less. Money must accompanythe
advertisements for this column,
as no
being developed and thousands of Having been a student of architec- insertions will be made on creditMISCELLANEOUS
acres of land is being cleared and a ture for some years, Mrs. Plant ap-
large per cent of it will be put in plied herself with enthusaism to the t

truck and field crops. The east coast, task of selecting plans and supervising If you want the news, subscribe for
including the Everglades, is rapidly the construction of all the college The Daily Sentinel.

becoming one vast truck farm and buildings, which will be the most imposing i
Money to loan on improved prop ORLANDO AUTO AND SUPPLY COMPANY
the increased acreage is being rapidly in this state. She gave minute< erty. S. Y. WAY.
developed by new comers, and this, attention to every detail of the work,

combined with old acreage, makes it being in almost constant conferencewith Hotel Breakers, Daytona Beach; a 11111111111111111111111111111'1111111111111111111111111lll
almost impossible to estimate the to- the architects and builders. new hotel; has all modern convene +t

tal acreage in this section of the iences; fronts on Ocean just southof If ;hI) il; -
you want the news, subscribe for I A want ad. in Sentinel i If you want the news, subscribe for
state. ASKS DAMAGES FOR ocean pier. Rates $2.50 per day The Daily Sentinel. always pays. The Daily Sentinel.
In the Sanford section celery grow- FINDING MOUSE IN STEW and upwards. Special rates by the I

ers are busy transplanting and get- week or month. We make a specialty 11I1I1I11t.UI

ting their fields into shape for their New York, Sept. 8.-The fact that of sea food dinners Thursday evenings 1iti +IILI .

fall crop of beans and lettuce. It is he has no appetite for mice boiled, and Sunday noon. 7-8-tf. I 11
till : _ _ _ _ _ _
estimated that the will :4O I WI L '
celery acreage fried or stewed, is alleged in the com- FOR SALE MtMMHUHMMMHMMf I ol .
be about the same as last year or plaint sworn to by Jerome Smith in a
about 500 acres. There will be more suit on file for $10,000 damages ASK your grocer for Jackson Square IIIIIIU'OI

cabbage and Irish potatoes planted. against a restaurant company, witha Coffee. 621tf. Nt1fN I. I

Some growers estimate the potato meal alleged to have been served BUY a lot in Thornton Park, a nice a. I\
at 600 acres. There has been suburb in east part of the city. CailFensen.
crop him in a restaurant on Broadway on .
particularly fine weather in this section July 9, bt, as its basis. A
for the seed beds and truck Smith's grievance is thus related in FOR SALE-New modern five-room
fields are beginning to assume a fine the house, centrally located. Apply this
complaint: 7-1 d & tf I.
office. w
appearance. Ground is being put in "That on July 9, 1913, plaintiff' en- Gas Range -
splendid shape for coming crops. tered said restaurant and, among other FOR SALE':A good Jersey cow with:' e

Reports from the Manatee sectionare things, ordered a beef stew, which heifer calf. Isaac Vanderpool, =_ .
that the celery acreage will be the defendant, through its servants, Maitland, Fla. 6td-ltw t"wWpwq FOR

larger than last season and that agents and employes, agreed and pre- FOR SALE-At a great sacrifice, a Is'
growers are busy transplanting celery tended to furnish to plaintiff, and Maxwell roadster, for $150 cash. = N
plants. The fall bean crop will rendered a ticket or check therefor This car is in good condition. Harry $$14.00 .i. ii
be about the same as usual and the which plaintiff paid in money. Meek, 301 West St. 9-9-10-11 it

pepper and eggplant''acreage will be "That plaintiff ate over half of said FOR SALE-Two good sound and Number 187 _.- _3
about the same as last year, while the alleged beef stew, when he discovered gentle mules. Fine workers and $14.00 Number
spring tomato crop will be considerably dead a bargain, if taken at once. Call or 52$20.00What
a mouse in the stew, which was
larger as there will be a largeincrease not ordered by plaintiff or on'the bill or address, Fla. C. Whitney Wright 7.10 d,&Orlando w kind of a coal or wood range could you get for $14.00 or 20.00 But then, you can't
in the acreage. of fare embraced in his compare these neat and handy ranges to coal or wood stoves, because a Gas Range is a coal
or order.
Plant City growers will put in FOR SALE-Player piano, 88-note, stove with a college education." A Gas Range doesn't radiate heat through all four sides to heat
up the kitchen and waste fuel, all the heat is used where it is needed and there is always just
of strawberries 700 Remington, made by Starr Piano I
about 500 ,
acres A $50,000 bond issue is being seri- the amount you want. Neither do yeu have to "lug" coal or wood for a Gas Range-just twist
Co. Richmond Ind. Cost
of beans which includes the fall $700 new, I the wrist
acres and strike a match. ORLANDO WATER AND LIGHT CO., Gas Department.
ously considered in Wauchula for the slightly used, good shape in every respect -
and spring crop. About 300 acres of purpose of installing an up-to-date Will make some reduction for
cucumbers and the cabbage and Irish system of waterworks and cash. Music with same. For further " " IIMHMMt IIMIIHIItH " ' '
potato crops will be increased some sewerage information apply to P. 0. Box 114 'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'lllr""IIIIIIIII'IIOIIiIIII I'III'
Electric lights have already been in-
Winter Garden Fla. 7-10-dwtf
over last season. It is too early to stalled.

estimate the tomato acreage but FOR RENT

some growers claim that it will be -- . . .. ' IIII.lla'tt.J. . .. . '. 'I'.ltIIIIIIO.I.II.
FOR RENT-Cottage end flat, fur .
nished and unfurnished.
tween 700 and 800 acres. 6-26 tf. JAMES A. KNOX.
In the Webster and Center Hill sec-
tions truckers are actively engagedgetting : FOR RENT to -Large wishing, well furnishedroom suburban SPECIAL P R ICE S i
their fields ready for the fall
accommodations; also 2 acres good
bean crop. There probably will be l truck land, close in. Good opportu-
700 acres planted in the""entire section nity for right person. Address "A,"
or about the same acreage as ,1 MpA Sentinel. 9-8tf

last season. t TAM-A FOR RENT-Six We always have special prices, but we
room cottage, 28
Truckers are busy in the new territory i-
of Brooksville, Zephyrhills and Webber avenue. Apply G. A. Baas, do not have any sales.
care Orlando Bank & Trust Company.
other points on the west coast thatare Combination Gf the
rapidly being developed into 9-7-tf Our plan is to take the money it would .

splendid farming and trucking centers Old Fashioned HonestyWITH FOR RENT-Store room on the busy cost to make a sale,' and put it into Real
and the acreage of vegetableswill corner of Church and Garland
be larger the coming season. streets. Size of store 24x70. Good Bargains, such as will be to our custom-

At Wauchula the truckers will put Modern Methods and opening for dry goods, shoes and millinery ers'
in about 250 acres of beans, cucumbers Science store. W. M. Slemons. 9-6-lm advantage.

Irish potatoes and tomatoes.' We mention a few articles that will
The acreage of tomatoes will be an Produces Ice Cream that is the WANTEDWANTEDPlain go

increase over last season. Arcadia, acme of perfectionPOINSETTIA sewing of all at reduced prices : I

further south, also hasthe trucking kinds. 13 Church street, over Favorite -
fever and a new association has been theater. 9-3-lmo. Regular $ 2.50 and $3.00 White Pique

formed and there will be a large Ice Cream ia the combination.Made .
Skirts at $1.74.
acreage of different vegetables planted. of PURE CREAM. Sterilized TO PROPERTY OWNERS
made by the latest machinery, and ___n___ : _
under the most perfect sanitary I am now settled in larger, brighterand Regular $1.50 and $ 2.00 White Skirtsat
Everything points to a successfulvegetable conditions.
better quarters in the Rock building -
96 Cents.
season as in almost every
section weather conditions have been Buy it from your local opposite the San Juan hotel>1,

favorable for the truckers to get dealer by the dish, pintor rooms 1 and 2, which my increasing A new line of Shirt Waists and Balkan

their land into proper shape for Quart. business required.
crops. No doubt the vegetable season I am revising my sales list, and am Blouses from 46 Cents up.

will begin earlier this year than Its for sale ready to. list your city and countryproperty. 25 Per Cent off on Shoes.

usual and beans and lettuce shipments in your town .
will be From all reports received from my
ready by October and .
will be friends and business connections in
lettuce moving freely in De-
cember. V.W.ESTCS&CO.ORLANDO. the North, I shall do a large businessthis .

Last year was a hard one on the winter, and will use my best efforts -, '

cabbage is estimated will growers be that as of large the this as acreage state usual but,thisyear as it I -a 6. FLA. me.I have to sell many the properties satisfied listed customers with; H. Kauller's f NewYorK Barga i ill Store, Orlaililo

growers predict that they will not who became winter residents of Orlando ) -

have two unfavorable seasons in suc- and vicinity by my personalefforts tHUimiMMMMMtMtltieitlMltMMMItlllMMMHtlMMHIIItlM e'IIIIIIIIII'III'II'tt'.'. !. !.! ! ! !! ! !! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! . . . . . .. . . .
... .. 'IIII I"I'
and "
cession. The Irish potato acreagewill they are now boosting for
be all have I Orlando and
large as reports a
tendency to show that there will bea I Yours truly, . al.I'.IIIIIIII' "

During spud season.shortage the season all over 1912-13 the countrythis up to nrc.. Real, Insurance.Estate,CARL Notary JANSEN Public 1m,,d&w Fire Stylish t aod SeicoabIe arcl aod cccssories at fconomical rrices

July 1, about 7,350 cars of vegetablesmoved
out of the state. I Suits for men, women or boys. If you intend to spend the holiday out of
Bargains in type, body and job Dresses for women and girls. town do not forget these:
TENNESSEE LEGISLATURE from six point up, in large quantities Straw or felt hats or caps for man or boy. UMBRELLAS
; stands, cases and racks; Nonpareil New Neckwear.

Nashville, Tenn., Sept. S.-The Tennessee L:1'This : 1 press, 12x11, in good order, Crepe and muslin waists. PARASOLS RAINCOATS
with steam fixtures, together witha
legislature convened in extraordinary -
Wool and cotton dress skirts.
lot of other Suit Cases, Grips or Trunks
session today to considerproposed printing material), Balkan blouses. Line. -a Complete
book tells how Call on or addressTHE
legislation covering a wide everybodypays

range of subjects. Governor Hoopeiin and whether or not theyare SENTINEL.. .,. Orlando, Fla.
his special message recommendedthe :' entitled to credit. Let the- -people- who have- furnishedrooms Come in and pay us a visit anytime just to look around.. We feel sure ywi will see

enactment of a "blue sky" law, to let have it known by advertising something to interest 1IL

an anti-pass law, a law prohibiting, in the Daily Sentinel. Business !.
Sunday baseball, and various measures ORLANDO BUSINESS MEN'S locals are read by everybody> B. SALOMON ORLANDO
for the benefit of labor. 1 I I ASSOCIATION. every morning. ,

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1 DAILY I SECOND CHOICE VOTING I I duty of said chairman to call a meet- ash and the gas company are draw-, 'II'IIIII'I"III'I"III"I'I'II"ClttttJlti"lt. :

ing of said committee within ten days, i ng up a set of rules and require-!

i South Florida Sentinel giving notice in writing to the members r nents for gas fitters, which they will I
The Orlando Sentinel has an inter-
of said committee of the pur- present to the council to be passed. FACTORY SECONDS
esting article on the senatorial con- :
pose thereof, and at said meeting said is an ordinance, thereby putting gas'
JOSIAH FERRIS, Editor and Owner test which is approaching, in whichit I
-- committee shall have the power to fitting on an equal basis with plumb-
- at some length that former
Entered at the posing ice at Orlando. Florida argues nominate by majority vote, a candidate i ng and electrical work for rigid requirement NEW LOT JUST RECEIVED, AND
Mail Matter. Governor Gilchrist is depending .
Class _
as Second upon
: for said office, and certify immediately and inspection. This is t
SUBSCRIPTION RATES the new primary law for his success THEY LOOK JUST AS GOOD AS
thereafter its which is much needed
I through s something very -
in the election. The Sentinel says the l
chairman and secretary, the said here as there are at present no ] THE GUARANTEED CASINGS,

THE DAILY SENTINEL new arrangement for second choice nomination to the secretary of state, I rules for gas fitting and in order tonsure 1'

One Year .....................$5.00 voting will give Gilchrist an excel- or to the appropriate board of county i good service it is necessary AND WITH DUE CARE WILL
.. ...... 2.50 lent chance, inasmuch as he will
Six Months .......... i
commissioners; according as said candidate hat; the work shall be done by competent j GIVE THE FULL GUARANTEED
Three Months .. .......... ... 1.25 doubtless be the second choice of'the was voted for in more than men and under a thorough system j

By news carrier In Orlando 50 cents per great majority of those who vote for one or only in one county, who shall : of inspection. I MILEAGE, AND COST YOU
Stockton Fletcher their first
month. Daily_and Sunday. or as cause the name of such nominee to J. Y. C. I
choice. If the Tribune is not mis- I ABOUT ONE-THIRD LESS.
The Orlando Morning Sentinel can be foundon be placed on the official ballot to be Orlando, Fla., Sept. 9, 1913. j i
sale in Orlando at Curtis & O'Neals BookStore taken, the second choice votes received ii
and Wright Brothers.We voted at the ensuing general elec- i I
by a candidate under the new "
will appreciate prompt complaint if tion. For the news, read The Sentinel.1IIIC..III.III.IIII.llii.
delivery is not promptly made by our c rri.rl. primary law will not avail him any- n

furnished on thing unless he is one of the two high
Advertising rates will be
ap-I What fools these mortals be! A ;
plication.! men in the first choice voting. The
man in Pittsburg wants a divorce because
THE WEEKLY SE.NTINfcL two candidates receiving the highestfirst
his wife has been silent for
paid.$1.0 UPRBMEAUTO
Address Per year THE by SENTINEL, Orlando. Florida. choice vote will get the benefit, of years. Some people don't know when : SHOP SERVICE
Office 107 Court Street, Arcade Building. the second choice votes but candidateswho
Phone 24. they are well off.
fall behind in the first choice

WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 10, 1913. will be eliminated and their o
While Harry Thaw may not be ap- o TL
second choice votes will not count in . .
to the Canadian cabinet, it
By the early beginning which has the result. If this is correct, Gil- ,pointed f CUSTOMER BACK THE NEXT
is thought that the people there .
been made we should judge that the christ will have to be one of the two up i i "Perfect Lubrication
like him so much that they will send : TIME! FOR IT INCLUDES PUMPING
next campaign is to be one of person- high men in first choice voting, else him to parliament.It in Every Drop"

alities. There is just one gleam of this great majority of second choice TIRES, FILING OIL LAMPS,

satisfaction at the prospect, and thatis votes he receives will not help him. o toMH+
is said by those in a position to AND KEEPING CAR NICELY POL
the campaign will be confined to The new primary law 'determines the Is produced, refined, transportEd -
know that the passage of the tariff : :
one primary. choice of the people on the first ballot and distributed by the largest ISIIED. ALL THIS IS A PART OF
bill and its income tax features sev- :
0 by combining the first and second Independent Oil Refining Com-
eral new federal offices will be created in the world and OUR SHOP SERVICE-AND IT IS
giv only selected -
Some of the weekly papers are choice votes cast for a candidate; but pany
in Florida. One of them will :
crude used in
is its man-
ing much space to explanations as to we are under the impression that can-j FREE.Y. .
be that of income tax collector, and: ufacture.
how one ball team happened to de- didates who' are not the leaders in: I
the salary attached thereto is $2,500 : Nfti1
feat another. This is the great argu- the first choice balloting will be eliminated -![
I No "plute" need apply.Let's I
ment in favor of baseball. It affords so far as their second choice I per year. :

amusement on the field, conversationon strength is concerned.-Tampa Trib- get us a job. .. Gulf Refining Co1
o .

newspapers.Senator the street-o-Calkins corners is and being copy mentionedas for the une.The subsequent Sentinel reading admits its of the error law, whicha has''!I'I I I The hard in of in Florida.times New York which As an are are evidence not complained apparent -- :... P.G.WALTONAgent I: 1.I \w. r PHILLIPS & SONS o otl.II..e.IIIII..IIIII.IIIII.II.IIOIIIII.

for proved. We were impressed that the ,, the bond holders of the :Miami Board : PHONES {J2JJIJtHiliimtiMIMIIMIMM
a possible candidate congress second choice votes were to be com-!of Trade bonds have failed to collect :
against Frank Clark in the second at value of first'I ,,
puted a percentage the interest on them, and the treasurer ,
Fred Cone is an- I I
district. Senator
choice votes. This rule applies, we is having to remind them to
other possibility. The race will belively 'I I
believe, in some of the states forward and it.
come get
-- enough in that district if either
have eliminated the
..second primary.I o
t or both of these progressives should The Florida law reads as follows:
make the trial "Sec. 50. If any candidate for an, FITTERS

-o office shall receive a majority of first FOR SEPTEMBER
Palatka has been added to the list
choice votes he shall be declared
of progressive cities that are bond- In Saturday's edition of the Senti-
!nominated for such office. If no can- nel there appeared article whichto
In this an
for public improvements.
ing didate shall receive such a majorityof not with the factsof
instance it was for a new school one acquainted GiftsThe Sapphire
house. Palatka was way behind oth- first choice votes, then the nomi- the day puts the gas departmentof Birthday
nation for such office shall be deter-
the Orlando Water and Light
er towns of its class in this respect, com-
mined by excluding from further con-
and it is good to see that the pro- pany under a somewhat false light. .
sideration the candidacy of all exceptthe In the first place, the charge brought ------- --- -
gressives won, against the opposition, I
two candidates who shall have received "
against Mr. not for doing
for there was considerable opposition. I Cheney was
the greatest and next greatest
work without 'having a certified
o numbers of first choice votes, or the I plumber. The question of the competency SEPTEMBER'S STONE IS THE SAPPHIRE-EMBLEM
took second place at the I
rifle match. This is greatest and equal numbers of first I of the company's gas fitters OF CONSTANCY, TRUTH, HAPPINESS AND SUCCESS.LET .
Camp Perry
choice votes, and by adding to such
I was not raised at all, and the fact
cause for great congratulation, for ,I IT TO YOU MOUNTED IN A BRACE-
first choice votes of each of said two I, was brought out in the trial that the US SHOW
there were some crack teams at Camp
Perry. Florida continues to forge candidates the, second choice votes'i only reason why :Mr. Green, the cornPany's LET, HANDY PIN, BAR PIN, LOCKET OR RING, ANYONE
cast for him by those voters whose! superintendent, has not been
ahead. Let the goad work go on.There's first choice votes shall have been cast; granted a certificate is because the OF WHICH WILL1.11iE HER EYES SPARKLE WITH
a thrill of pride in every victory -
for those candidates excluded
as i city has no fitters' examinationto
the state wins for the man whois DELIGHT.FOR .
herein provided. offer him. He has, however, shown
honestly proud of the land in whichhe
lives.' "The candidate then having to his; conclusively to the authorities that MEN WE HAVE THIS BEAUTIFUL, CLEAR- _ _

credit the greater number of votes i he is competent, and has been grant-
thus ascertained shall be declared I ed permission to do service works,

That Dade City merchant who declined nominated such office. But if the! until such an examination shall be .. LINKS.
advertise in his local f fl
paper two remaining candidates shall then t drawn up.
had all the trade he want- AND SEE THEM.
because COME IN
have ah
equal number of votes forthe The charge made did not concern

ed, has the right to tickle his egotism same office, the one having the s this part of the work but was merely
,with the thought that
satisfying greater number of first choice votesto s for putting in services without securing -

he is the only one of his kind in all his credit shall be declared nominated . permits and having inspections -
world. And there must be I
the yet for such office. If, however,, made, but the city inspector and, as

a loneliness in such solitary grandeur the number of first choice votes cast t; was shown in the trial the only ordinance -

that makes him yearn at times for each of said two candidates be! pertaining to gas fitting does [vans the JewelerOPPOSITE
the of less fortunate
for -
mortals.-Lakeland companionship Telegram. equal, it shall be the duty of the stateor not technically require that this be . ,

appropriate county canvassingboard done. In order that their shall be no

o of primary elections, as soon I'I further disputes or interruptions,

I Reckless driving of automobiles on as the results of the said primary. however, Mayor Reynolds and In- POSTOFFICE

the streets of Orlando is becoming a election shall have been canvassed to II(spector McIntosh were asked to state

several notify the chairman of the proper. their interpretations of the ordi- EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING

state, congressional or county committee 'nance, and in the future the company

or's court, but this evidently had little as the case may be, to thateffect .will:I comply with it in every detail.

effect. Some more of the same medi- ; and it shall thereupon be the i;' In the meanwhile Inspector Mcln-

cine, or something stronger, is need- E 1E

ed to bring some drivers to their ; _

senses. Whirling around corners I

when children are playing in the

streets and pedestrians are in the act jIll
San Juan
of crossing is an act of criminal Garage

carelessness and should be so pun-


Harry Floyd, the o alleged crazy i A that is in favor in Ladies'

member of the legislature, seems to :::: ,-=
be about the only sane man in the RE-BUILT

bunch. It now appears that the act

creating four congressional districtswas \

defective in two instances. Two

third districts were created and no Furnishings and Fancy Notions

second district, and the law does not One 1912i Five Passenger Touring Car,

go into effect until after the expira-
complete tires
tion of the present terms of office of new

the congressmen now serving from
this state. Floyd says he is willing ito

run against Claude L'Engle for I

congressman at large if somebody ....

will furnish the campaign fund. I One Cadillac Five Passenger Touring Car,

The St. Petersburg o Times thinks 11 complete ii

the comment of some Florida news-! S
S $600 H'
papers in regard to woman's dress is

not confined to the realm of good i I

taste, and would have the officials of

the press association put a muzzle on One 1912 Four Passenger 30 h.p. Car II

the paragraphers. The remedy sug-

gested is about as bad as the ill com- complete Marion B. I yes

plained of. The satire of the press I

has always been a curative agent for $550Don't

evils, and the tendency in feminine I

apparel is not conducive to good,

whatever may be admitted as to its EXCLUSIVE MILLINERY PARLORS
attractiveness. The salacious para- forget that our Ajax Tires carry a written

grapher may accomplish a reform guarantee of 5,000 miles. McCAUUM SILK HOSIERY Second Floor BON TON CORSETSTHE Er1
that the more circumspect writers

would never bring about.




We are getting returns, gratifying returns of our advocacy
Gent's Furnishings
of the famous

"EIFFEL HOSE"Pleased _=

"B. V. D. "PorosKnit and underwear 50c
gauze a
The time is getting short to prepare your children for customers, are bringing their friends-a sure indication

garment, or $1.00 union suit.
school. We can help you out. We have a complete assortment of the increased popularity. Our special line.

of Children's Dresses, in all colors and sizes, and also separate Our special 50c a suit gauze underwear is a 20th century

Pants and Waists for the "Nipper" and- ., wonder-other stores sell them at 39c a garment or 75c a suit."Sorosis .

," "Banister," "Elk," Beacon," and "Bostonian"

"OUR 'PRICES ARE RIGHT" Stands unrivalled. In black, white, tan. Shoes for men. All the new lasts.

F. N BOARDMAN, 104106WADE South Orange Avenue ORLANDO

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Mrs. Grant Kendall left last night DEATH OF MRS. VAN HOUTEN SENTINEL AD. SELLS t..llllllllllllllllel.e..IIIIIIIIIOIIIIII. .

to visit friends in Jacksonville.Miss "- I I FINE CADILLAC AUTO
Mrs. Cornelius Van Houten died in

THE TUNER Madge Sims of Tampa, who Stratford, Conn., September 6. She Just a short time ago the Orlando What to Eat !

ORLANDO, FLA. has many friends in Ocala, is visit- was the stepmother of Mr. C. S. Van Auto and Supply company advertisedthe

J ing in Orlando and Ocoee.OcalaStar. Houten, of Orlando. Mrs. Van Hou- arrival of a 1214 model Cadillac

ten was seventy-seven years of age, automobile, which was the last wordin

but she had been in unusually good motor car manufacture from that
H. T. Lattner is spending todayin
Mr. County Commissioner C. J. Sweet health for' one of her years, and her factory. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence CELERY PUMPKIN>
Jacksonville on business.Mr. and Dr. S. W. Reed, of Pine Castle,II I death came suddenly. She had beena Gentile, who were then in Pittsburg, CABBAGE STRING BEANS
I Ii
were among the county seat visitors frequent visitor to Orlando, and real the advertisement, and wrote the
W. A. Kern, of St. Petersburg, I TOMATOES ONIONS
i yesterday. I II \is well known to many of Orlando's Orlando firm to know if they still had
Orlando.H. OKRA
is spending today I I leading citizens. She always made the car. When they reached Orlandoa
Miss Althea Wright, who has been her home at the Lake ,Eola cottage few days ago they lost no time in PEUS PINEAPPLESBANANAS
B. of Buffalo, N. Y., I
Bonney visiting for some weeks in Jacksonville ,while in the city. Her death will be visiting the garage of the automobile' SQUASH
the late arrivals at the San I
is among I and Waynesville, N. C., returned the cause of sincere regret among company and concluded the purchase.

Juan. I i to Orlando yesterday afternoon. many friends in this city. i i The Gentiles now have the finest car THE ABOVE ARE A FEW. OF THE MANY GOOD THINGS

I I i I I in Orlando, and they are happy, and WE 11.\rEo
Messrs. 0. B. and Claude Goolsby,I!
Mr. M. F. McCarty, of this city, announces ,WANTS TO DISTRIBUTE the Orlando Auto and Supply com-
of Zellwood, were county seat visitors!I the engagement of his daugh- i SENTINELS AT FAIR pany are happy because their advertisement -'

yesterday.Mr. Merle McEtI in the Sentinel such COME AND SEE FOR YOURSELF.
I I I ter, Fletcher, to Mr. J. I I i proved ]
I I roy, of Orlando, Fla., the wedding to I The Sentinel is in receipt of a letter -I''a I good investment. It is needless!II
and Mrs. Ernest Mills, promi
be celebrated the middle of October. I from A. E. Boyce, who is spending -'''quite I needless, to point the moral of 1

nent citizens of Daytona Beach, were Birmingham News. some time in Manchester, Tenn.,I'this story. I It I CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.

in tte city yesterday. I asking that a number of copies of the R I II {t II I I
Messrs. R. E. Scott, C. B. Murphy, Sentinel be sent him for distribution CHANGED NAME BUT II |

Messrs. L. L. Coutiere and E. E. V. V. Sharpe, W. P. Gillard, D. N. during the fair, which is to be held WANTS THE SENTINEL!) i THE SANITARY GROCERY
Dennison, of Toledo, Ohio, are in Orlando I I
McGinnis, N. E. Shepard and G. S.! at that place. The people, he says

today on business. Davis, well known traveling men of are much interested in Florida, and I II Kirkvilie, N. Y., Sept. 5, 1913. I } CARUTHERS & GORE

and Tampa, are in Orlando today, guests j I he thinks it a good opportunity to do The Sentinel Publishing Company,: y Phone 200 6 & 8 Pine Street.
Mrs. J. C. Warren baby ar
of the San Juan. some missionary work. (I Orlando, Fla. i M
rived last evening on a visit to her ..llttt . niiiiriiiiiiiiniiiiiSchool
Dear Sirs! :-I spent last winter in,
and Mrs. R. M. Wil
Capt. -
I --
I' Mr. Charles E. Rinaldi, a popular BARACAS ENTERTAINED Orlando at 403 Gunby avenue home-1 I
commercial salesman who has been April 21. I commenced my
The Baracas of the First Baptist ward journey to New York state. Ii Days Begin Sept. 29And
Mrs. C. E. Johnson and daughter,'!I doing the states in the interest of the
I Sunday school were cordially enter- desired to have the Weekly Sentinel j
Jackson coffee
Miss Dorothy, returned yesterday+[celebrated Square ,
j tained by their teacher, Miss Eunice sent to my address, but circumstances I
afternoon from a delightful visit to came in yesterday to spend a day or
I I I two in this section, while seeing the DeLaney, when she gave them a sup hindered, as I was expecting to take i all text-books for grades below the High
Chattanooga.Mr. home folks. per at her home last evening. Every- another name in addition to the one:;

George C. Beck and son, Cecil,I I body present had a good time. I I then owned, so June 26 I acceptedthe I School must be changed. We have the lists of
Remember, the Baraca class meets other name and time has flown i
arrived in Orlando last night from I I I Rev. R. P. Cobb and Mrs. Cobb and J j
every Sunday at 9:3 Oa. m., at the rapidly since that date and I neglected -
all books to be used for
New Smyrna, on a visit to his broth.,, their son, Randolph, have returned new each grade, and
armory. Friends welcome. to write until the present time.i
er, Mr. A. L. Beck. I from Mt. Gretna, Pa., where they j
'I So the !'
please pardon particu
I, spent the summer. Rev. Mr. Cobb is many wish to urge students to exchange now, and
MOVED TO ORLANDOMr. lars and send the Weekly Sentinel to
Mr. and Mrs. J. Brush Walker and the principal of the Cathedral school, I
this address: "Mrs. Flora M. Bil- '
pretty little daughter returned home which will soon open its doors for avoid the great delay and confusion that will
J. M. Sellers and of
family, lington, Kirkville, N. Y., Onondaga
last night from their visit to Wash- the fall term. I
o Clarcona, moved to Orlando yester- county, R. F. D. No. 1.
ington and other cities. |I day and are now happily domiciledin result from waiting until opening day. A

I j Among those who are enjoying the their pretty home on west ANNOUNCEMENTThe

Mr..and Mrs. Leonard S. Thornton i pleasures to be had at Coronado Central avenue. liberal allowance for old books in good con-

and Miss Lucile McAlister left yes Beach are Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Ly-
J Mr. Sellers is a large naval stores ladies of the Highland Union

terday for Daytona Beach, where* they man, of Forest City, and Mr. and operator and he and his excellent Sunday school will have a box party,I dition.

. will spend a couple of weeks. I Mrs. J. M. Lewis and sons, Arthur family will be warmly welcomed to at the residence of Mr. J. B. McKay,

I and Joe, Jr., and Mr. LaFayette Hen- Orlando. in Highland Grove subdivision, on the GET YOUR SCHOOL BOOKS NOW.

County Solicitor George A. De- kel, of Altamonte Springs. road'to Winter Park, Thursday night.

Cottes, of Seminole county, was in I Dean Sherrod and the boys whomhe The girls are to bring a box of good

the city yesterday, and spent a good-I Miss Mary Alice Bell, teacher in accompanied to Daytona Beach things to eat and the boys are to I

ly part of the time at the court house.; the primary school, has returned returned yesterday morning after a buy them at auction. The girls put I III W. S. BRANCH,

from Orlando. Miss Bell and Miss week spent very delightfully at that I their names in the box and the.boys i
The Arcade Book and Music Store
Mr. E. W. Butt left yesterday for Katherine Scott, of Columbia, Tenn., resort. II look up the girls to eat with them.:

Coronado Beach, where he joined his who will teach English and historyin The money will be to build a Sunday,

family, who had preceded him sev- the high school, are making their Mr. H. N. See left last night for i school in that part of the city.

eral days, and will spend a couple of home with Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Mar. Jacksonville, where he has accepteda ( Come one, come all, and enjoy your-! We have abundant pasture for NEW MEAT MARKET

weeks on the seashore. tin.-Ocala Star.iMIIiMMMIMIIHIMIMUnmmOIIIIMMMIM. position. I selves. I I three more horses; plenty of shade _
o and water. Terms, $3.00 per month.
I We, ask if you will please I try the
Hugh C. Allen, Orance County FairPark.
new meat market that we have just
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We handle all kinds of Florida and
Mr. and Mrs, Claude Moulgar left
Western meats. Quick deliverylast

H THE night to visit relatives in Har- Phone 41. W. T. Pollock, proprietor.

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CANAL WILL Bf big suction dredge steamed on Gatun ..
lake up to a point near the Gamboa
dike ten days ago. Small vessels! MARKETOf Ladies' Home Journal Patternsin
OPEN OCTOBER probably will be able to pass throughthe I
canal from end to end by October all the new numbersat
10, and the waterway should be ready Cleanliness Of Quaiirv:
ALL OF THE DRY DIGGING HAS for shipping proper early in Decem-
ber. -

Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
' Panama, Sept. 8.-The dry excavation Lincoln, Neb.,*Sept. S.-The discov- STOREA
of the Panama canal has been ery of bullet wounds last night in the Everything screened away'from the flies, and kept fresh
completed, the steam shovel, workingin bodies of John Rys,16 years old, and and pure.
the Culebra cut, having removedthe George Dimer, 9 years old, who were full line of Lace Embroideries
We invite inspection and satisfaction. We havt ,
last rock yesterday. Further excavation found dead Saturday night near Have- guarantee
of the canal will be com- lock, leads to the theory that the everything in the Meat Line. Ladies' Muslin Underwearand
pleted by dredging. boys were murdered. Coroner V. A.
Completion of dry excavation on Matthews prepared to hold an inquest GinghamFor
the canal was just ten days ahead of today. The PARLOR MARKET
i scheduled time and advanced the The bodies were found in a state School Dresses I
work on the great water way almostto of decomposition. The boysvere
the final stage. The 'cleaning out locked in each other's arms, as though H. M. Self & Co.
of the Culebra cut remains, but this they had sought to protect themselves Next Door to Evan's' Jewelry Store I
will be accomplished with mammoth from some attacking force. 18.20 PINE STREET
dredges floating on the surface of the That they had been gored by an
canal. infuriated bull was the first theory, Phone No. 80MMHMIUMMIiliilMMHIilMMiMMIMIIMIIIiin --
An army of men will be busy for but Edward Hoffman, a farmer, main- - -
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some time rebuilding the thirty-six tains there were no cattle in the field Every Day
; miles of railroad track from the nine where the bodies were found for the . - .
: mile Culebra cut between Gamboa past week. Henry Jones, colored, driver for a I 1 111.,11111,111111.1111,1.1,1.,111..1011,1.......
, dike, and Pedro Miguel locks. This The boys had been missing since local stable, was struck by lightningand
is preparatory to turning water into Thursday, following their departureon instantly killed at 1:30 o'clock i
the channel from Gatun lake, on the a day's hunting trip. A few feet this afternoon near the foot of Michi- [ELECTRIC[ aCCLEANERHave L [ [
Atlantic side, October 5, five days in away from the bodies were the boys' gan avenue. A hcrse and a mule
advance of the date for dynamiting guns. A shotgun was loaded, but a which made up'the team he was driving -
Gamboa dike. While Culebra is 'being twenty-two caliber rifle containedone also were killed. The bolt struck
. cleared of railway and equipment, empty cartridge. Jones squarely on the top of his head, a
: drilling and blasting will be going on making a hole in it. Every vestige of 0D
at the bottom of the channel, loosen- ELECTING A CONGRESSMANIN clothing was torn from his body. He
ing up rock and earth for the,dredges THIRD MAINE DISTRICT fell back into the load of sand which your room or house
that soon will be clawing away filled the body of the wagon on which
through water. On August 1, 998- Portland, Me., Sept. 8,-Voters in he was seated.-Tampa Note in T. U. cleaned without dust or troubleof
: 000 cubic yards remained to be taken the Third Maine congressional district
out of the theoretical canal prism, went to the polls today to select a West Florida rejoices with pensa-I LEARN ABOUTour moving furniture .
I and since that time the steam shove successor to the late RepresentativeForrest cola over her prospects of
els have reduced the amount to approximately Goodwin, Republican, with curing the naval station, dry docks,)! quality confections by a trial purchase -
of a pound box of our
650,000 cubic yards, the question of the endorsement of etc. Everybody thought she would
which is left for the dredges. Six of President Wilson's administration, again come into her own, and it is CHOCOLATESBON The Pierce Electric Co. send an Experienced -
. the shovels will be continued in removing and the pending tariff bill as the chief gratifying to note that the yards will BONS
,: dirt from the east and west features of the campaign. in all probability be of much larger A "pointer" for the person wantingthe man.
banks near Culebra to lessen the dan- Mayor William R. Pattangall, of proportions than before it was aban-| best at a reasonable price-the
ger from slides. The destruction of Waterville, the Democratic candidatefor I doned. Pensacola is destined to be a utmost in purity and deliciousness. ,
Gamboa dike will leave only one such the office, had the assistance of big city and everything is bound to Daintily packed and in the original SEE THEM FOR TERMS
; obstruction along the canal route, the Secretary of State Bryan, in the closing -' come her way. She will soon be a shapes and_variety. of flavors.
:. dike over which the railroad crosses hours of the campaign. The district source of pride to every West Flor- - ------
the Gatun locks and which can be removed is normally Republican, being idian.-Times Courier. j I BUTTS Kandy Kitchen
. at any time. The last barrieron the old James G. Blaine district. The I
the Pacific side, the Mirafloresdike Republican candidate is John A. Peters Punta Gorda will soon hold an elec- : the PIERCE[ [ELECTRIC[ L C01 Ine:
was dynamited just a few weeks of Ellsworth, and the Progressive tion to vote on the issuance of $100- Rowe & Winebrenner ''J,
4 ago, turning Pacific tide water into a nominee is Edward M. Lawrence, 000 bonds for sanitary sewers, street!J Room 11-McXeill Davis Bl'd
channel 5,000 feet long, 500 feet wide of Lubec. paving and waterworks.
i and fifty-one feet deep. REAL ESTATECity JHTJBCH STREET
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lowing errors of editors and others like an irresistible magnet, drawing all the

as squibs"We follows in have,:our noticed exchanges a number regarding of '' ORLANDO O BANK A K a TRUST I COMPANY A ACapital they trade command within its the reach attention: That of buyers.is the reason

e mistakes. These items lead us to believe I
that other duffers besides ed and Surplus and Undivided Profits 13000000. For Every Store Owner ;
itors' mistakes stand out more con-
spicuously than most other profes- Resources over Three-quarters of a Million. No matter how small his business, the Electric -
sional men's because every issue of
his paper is an open letter to the Statement As Rendered to the Comp- Sign is the cheapest and most effective
public. troller at the Close of BusinessRESOURCES advertising.
"What is strange about the mis- June 30th, 1913
Phone for our Sign Designer to call and'sub..
takes of a newspaper man is the fact
mit sketch.
that no matter how many errors he Banking House, Furniture .
makes in lying about another man's =4 and Fixtures ..........$ 25,867.37 No Trouble to Us..-No Expense to You.
qualities, he is liable to be punc- K' '6 '' at Loans and Discounts ..... 355,589.33
tured with a thirty-two or lynched. .v.e .\ Overdrafts ............... 83.98
Everybody makes mistakes. The only F ,1 Stocks and Bonds....... 26,018.33
ones who never make them are slum- I Cash on Hand and in Banks 254083.11 W Tm & Ub T m.
bering in the cemeteries and is not S ,
unlikely that some of them are there : t+ y v...- $661,647.12
because the doctors also make mis- : n Y. LIABILITIES COOK WITH GAS

takes. A man often makes a mistakeby : 5 Cupitel .................$100,000.00 '.. .OIt+JIIIOIIC+tCII.08111111111111111.IIG Olllllle1111'1111111'1111"'III.'e
marrying when he should have : :3' s Surplus and Undivided

taken a post graduate course in how L Profits ................ 33,889.11
to support himself. A fine..woman is i & _w Deposits ................ 527,75801 I tOIDIII"lla.o.ttI
often in error when she wants some r . 7ty I I

fool Caruso who but can couldn't sing make coon a songs noise like likea I Ttq' t r 'h'i! fI ;: %. __ u h $661,647.12 : Innoc rr T IT hutonce
loaf of bread to save his life. A The officers and directors of the Orlando I
boy makes a mistake when he thinks: .. ,,, Bank and Trust Co. desire to
he knows more than the entire staff call the attention of its depositors and [
of teachers, including the principal friends and the citizens of Orlandoto .
of schools.. the above statement. The management \> RIGHT NOW we offer two propositions on TERMS OF $10
"The world is plumb full of mis- ; .. t I of the Bank feels that this showing DOWN AND $10 PER .MONTH. Every young man in
'takes and ,mistake makers. If the t reflects the conservative, sane and Orlando should embrace this chance to begin or add to his

newspaper man should take the painsto _' progressive methods employed in this estate.
financial institution.
record them all he'd make the mis- Strength begets
take of his life and die on the bed of confidence and strength is no where SEMINOLE PARK LOTS
displayed better by a bank than in
the with his shirt sleeves rolled
press United States Government, State and County Depository healthful statements to its patrons. y On the Map Before Seminole County
and his boots Jackson Leader. :
up on. -
Inside Lots $100. Corner Lots $125.
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you complete purchase if dissatisfied.
The Pensacola News says: "The I
city of Miami is figuring on laying Sheep Manure Fertilizer
fifty thousand square feet of wood WRIGHT FIVE ACRE TRACTS
block paving and if the city council REALTY &SBBDCO. P'' -----FOR--- Near Lake Underhill. Finest grove land and finest grovesin
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REAL ESTATE grove on your spare
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sacola. The Southern Paving and \ Florida. PRODUCES RESULTS

Construction company, which ope- INTEREST-NO- TAXES
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Pensacola, has offered the best bid,
it is said, for the wood blocks, and ;.'IIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIJIIIIIII""I""O"III'II"Ie"lle"I"'I"'II'IIIII" ORLANDO REAL ESTATE CO.
has been virtually promised the busi-

ness used.At"in a case recent that meeting class of of material the city is S1eoll'I ll. Special'i I' Suit Sale3offonMen's I "IOIIII'IIIII'IIIIO Room 2. IIIIIIIIIIIII'IIIIII'CIIIIIII'-- Watkins Block.-

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York, Sept. Congressman

Timothy D. Sullivan, nicknamed "Big

Tim" by the East Side, has been

I of Orlando missing a week. He disappeared at t ,,1 5 X.1Tf0 l
2 o'clock last Tuesday morning from

the country home of his brother in A Bank Accountvs.

Williamsbridge, eluding his guard

while they slept, and no trace of him
THE OLDEST BANK IN THE CITYAND has been discovered since. His relatives vs.Banking .

fear that he has met with harm. eoooeo

-AND- He had but one dollar when he got ServiceAn


Bank which transacts more business than "Big Tim" had a nervous break-

down after the last election and in
any Bank between Jacksonville and Tampa
consequence never took his seat in

congress. Instead he was placed ina

The large patronage this Bank has been built up sanitarium. The courts judged him account with us means more than merely ac-
incompetent to manage his estate of
during twenty years by conducting its business on sound several millions and a committee of cepting your deposits or making loans.

banking principles with careful attention to the legitimate four was appointed to take charge of

his person and affairs. Particular attention is given individual cir-
wants of customers. ,The confidence of the publicis your
After a trip to Europe the repre-
reuected in the large amount of deposits. sentative was taken to his brother's cumstances and every detail is considered to pro-

Average deposits First Quarter of 1913, $900,000 home and three men were hired to tect what you have and help you increase it.

guard him. He slipped away, how- :

ever, one night about a month ago :
Call and talk over your affairs with us.hit is a
and revisited his haunts on the East -
Side. Friends recognized him and he : pleasure to serve )'ou.

i was under surveillance again within :

a few hours. :

correspondent banks are located in every part of On the evening of September 1 :

"Big Tim" played cards with his I
the world and include some of the largest Banks in the
guards till after midnight. Two of :

United States.EMMIMMK them fell asleep and the third followed :
suit about 2 o'clock. When his

HIMMIMIMIMI guard 'awoke he found himself and :

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- in the
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' room. A quiet search was begun but : The Only


"Big Tim" was born in 1862 and :

MOTOR THAT MESS? started life as a newsboy. In Orange County.


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FOR THE HEARING WHICH TRIES SKILL OF Lige Long, who was struck on the

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Saturday afternoon, has been unable I
to appear against his antagonist inmayor's :
court, but the case is set for :
, Coaticook, Que., Sept. 9.-William York, Sept. 9.-Detectives today -!
tomorrow morning and it is assumed :
; Travers Jerome, acquitted last nighton followed the trail of the murderer -
a charge of gambling, was the who skilfully cut up his victim that Long will be able to make his :

chief topic of discussion today among and sunk her body in the Hudson complaint Mayor Reynolds in person.tried several ne- : Fall anoWinter Suits and Coats
residents of Coaticook,
the 3,000-odd river less than ten days ago to the
groes on gambling charges yester-
though opinion was divided as to the little second hand store of Georgeachs -
day morning, fining one $25, the keeper :
; verdict. on the upper west side. There
of the joint, and another who had '
The scathing remarks of Magistrate was sold the pillow with the fancy
been arrested, forfeited his bond of : ARRIVING NOW
Mulvena, who apologized to Jerome red and blue ticking in which a portion I
: for the indignity offered him and declared II of the slain girl's body was $10 by failure to show up.

the charge had been justifiedby found. A middle aged woman, stoutnd .
neither law nor fact, had a sobering poorly dressed, bought it last :
effect and even those who had April. I
been most bitterly opposed to Jeromein The hunt narrowed today to a
Mr. C. who has been
Henry Alting, :
his efforts to Harry K. Thaw
get search for this middle aged woman. .
in the city several days in the interejst I
back to Matteawan were inclined ta Who she is and where she lives were :
of the Johnnie Jones
admit that the court's action had questions a swarm detectives set Exposition
Shows, has closed a contract with the :
cleared the air and straightened out a themselves to answer.
officials of the South Florida Midwin. : the and choicest
situation which might have grown The pillow was traced directly to are
ter Exposition, for the of
appearance : :
embarrassing. her, because the manufacturers had
his attraction in Orland all of this
during coming
THEY season
Accompanied by Deputy Attorney made but a dozen of its kind, had ,
the fair to be held here next Febru-
General Franklin Kennedy, Jeromewas sold that dozen to Sachs and Sachs ,
ary. This attraction includes thirty of the famous Printzessline
on his way to Albany, N. Y., by had sold but two. One of these was
distinct shows within itself and
motor today. He will return to Mon. accounted for, the other went to the >
L. & C. S. Star line and the
there are several new numbers, including ,
treal by rail on Sunday next preparatory woman sought by detectives. The ten
the auto polo match and the
r to Thaw's production Monday remaining pillows lie Sachs'
on "famous illusion Dion, direct from Gem line. These are the lines that
before the king's bench on a writ of shelves.
I Hammerstein's theater in '
habeas corpus. The arguments on I I The river had yielded this morningno we have built our Coat and Suit Busi-
the writ may mark the beginning of further members of the victim's

a legal battle of many weeks, and body and identification was still guess VS. PRESBYTERIAN ness on. There are none better.

even months, duration. Thaw is bid- work. Until the head is found or the S. S. BOYS THURSDAYThere

ing his time patiently in the immigration woman who bought the pillow, identification Every day we are getting more,

pen here apparently contentedin probably will be impossible. will be a lively baseball

the thought that his lawyers are Stories of girls missing from homes game Thursday afternoon at the Or- and invite you to come and see them.

doing all in their power to block his have come by the dozens to the dis- lando fair grounds between the Ti

return to the asylum. trict attorney's office since the mur- gers and the Presbyterian Sunday You will be entertained and pleased.We .

His stenographer sees him everyday der was revealed. There were two school boys. This will be the last

but Thaw seems to have dropped instances, however, in which detectives game of the season. Ladies: will be are fast getting our upstairs

his "publicity campaign." The need were interested above all others. admitted free of charge. Admissionto .

of spreading sentiment in Vermont, One was the case of Ella Sterne- others will be 25 cents. The boys line of Ready-to-Wear goods in shape

for one thing, is not so immediate as promise to afford a choice afternoon's
mann, missing a year, whose fatheris : for the fall business
it was a few days ago, and it is Understood the author of several incoherent entertainment. The Tigers team i is I

that Thaw's lawyers told letters sent to the morgue keeper and I made up of store and bank derks. \
him he desist.
must the district attorney. Sternemann

himself has disappeared and is soughtto RINGER FELL WITH MACHINE
Mrs. Thaw at Montreal
tell more of his conviction that the FROM HEIGHT OF 600 FEET
Montreal, Que., Sept. 9.Thaws
slain girl was his daughter.The .
aged mother, Mrs. Copley Thaw, Special to The Sentinel
reached Montreal today to aid her other case is that of Jean- Berlin
Germany, Sept. 9.-D r.
lawyers in preparing their line of at- nette Norman, a vaudeville actress, I Ringer, a German aviator, was killed

tack on the plans of the immigration who was employed at a local amuse- today while competing for a distance

department to send Harry back to ment park. She disappeared on Au- prize.

the United States. This afternoonshe gust 31. That is the date of the
airman ascended from the avi
and her daughter, Mrs. George i i newspaper wrapped about the second ation field at Johannisthal early this N. P. YOWELLMHIIMUHMIMtllMIIIIMMHIH
portions of the torso. Indicationsthat
Lauder Carnegie, were to confer with morning. After flying a few miles
the group of Thaw lawyers here and the slain girl was an actress his machine suddenly collapsed and
final details of the have caused the police to institute a
arrange legal fell to the ground from a height of
fight general search for Miss Norman. 600 feet. "I'IIIIIIIIIIIIIII'

Neither Thaw's relatives nor his Although yesterday's autopsy The contest in which Dr. Ringerwas

lawyers would discuss these details seemed to show that the young wo- competing was one of the first paved city of its size in the South and I feature, with Miss Barbara Tenant, BASEBALL RESULTS IN

today. man had been cut to pieces while yet I held under the provisions of the na- Pensacola's wood block pavement isI I Alec B. Francis and little :Miss Clara THE BIG LEAGUES

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car in which Thaw escaped from Mat- she was assaulted. It seemed cer completely answers all requirementsfor I this wonderful picture. National League Results

teawan, left Montreal for Sherbrooke I I Rain, however, that no drugs had been NONE SO GOOD AS paving as does wood block.-Pen- "The Cleanup" (Nestor). A grip- Pittsburg, 0; Brooklyn, 2.

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