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 11, 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 2 a. m. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY Orlando-Progressive Center of the State


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If Orlando should fail to secure the After several weeks of intermis-

location of the government experi- sion, council will assemble tonightand Cl8RAUDI

ment station for the investigation and go through with the accumulated

TAlK TALKS OF THE NEW LAW AND propagation of aromatic oil plants it business, dealing the decks for action EX-PRESIDENT TAFT DELIVERSTHE I FREE[[ TURn HOURS

WHAT THE HOTELS WILL will not be the fault of the Board of when the full council shall again PRINCIPAL ORATION IN !

Trade. gather about the board.
Dr. Samuel C. Hood, assistant un- Alderman W. T. Sims, acting pres- -

OF HIS SPECIAL MISSION BUT UNDER IT ,der the Bureau of Plant Industry, in ident of council, returned yesterday EVENT HIS FREEDOM CAME SO SUDDENLY
SAYS THAT HUERTA HAS charge of the work which is now be- afternoon and gave notice that there THAT DAZED MAN

The looked for personage has ar- ing conducted at Orange City, will would be a meeting last night, but he Special to The Sentinel
Sept. 10.Promptly
rived-the hotel inspector is in Or- meet with the board Monday night, found after taking this action that -

IN OCTOBER lando. Mr. A. Z. Brown, of Talla- and it is expected that a plan for securing he could not call a meeting of the at 11:45 this morning, a battery of TO TURN

hassee, deputy hotel commissioner, the plant will be set afoot at body under the conditions. It appears cannon rang out the national salute,
10. Manuel in honor of Special to The Sentinel
Washington, Sept. Perry's victory on Lake
arrived in Orlando early, yesterday, that meeting, and possibly matured.Dr. that the last meeting of council was Colebrook, N. H., Sept. 10.HarryK.

Zamacona, former ambassador from and started at once about the busi- Hood spent several days in the held by a minority and was adjourned Erie, one hundred years ago. This Thaw enjoyed three hours of unexpected -
Mexico to the United States, arrived was the hour that the first shot
ness of inspecting the local hostelriesand city recently and was shown over the without specifying a date. Under the very I freedom today, when he was
here for the understood fired in the famous battle
today pur- acquainting the proprietors of city and inspected several possible rules the president of the body can was on unceremoniously hustled across the

pose of negotiating with the Wilson the requirements that must be met locations for the establishment of the not i call a meeting of council when September 10, 1813. The salute Canadian border and told to wherehe
behalf of the the exercises here in go
administration on pro- under the new law regulating hotels laboratory, under the chaperonage of such is the condition, and it becomesthe opened commem- pleased. He started from the pointin
visional Mexico Victo- oration of the
president of and restaurants.Mr. President,Bradshaw of the board. No duty of the mayor to issue a victory. Vermont where he was set down

riano Huerta. Brown is working under the conclusion was reached during that proclamation. When such a call is Commodore George H. Worthington by the immigration authorities of the
Zamacona refused to discuss his of Cleveland
president of the
direction of the hotel commissioner visit. Dr. Hood's time was limited issued by the mayor it must be done Dominion but he didn't far being
get ,
mission but made the interstate board of the
special impor- Perry's vic
and nothing definite resulted from his twenty-four hours prior to the time
Mr. A. L Messer, who was recently arrested shortly before noon on a
tant announcement that Huerta had tory centennial commissioners called
to that Governor stay except that he promised to return -. set for the meeting. This being the road five miles from this
appointed position by country
caused to be posted notices of an the meeting to order in the Put-in-
Park Trammell. The law and put the matter before the case, Mayor Reynolds issued his offi- Sheriff Holman Drew.
place by
election for to be held in pro- coliseum and introduced
president Bay Gov.
vides for commissioner and board, setting forth in detail the de- cial call yesterday afternoon and notice When he arrested Thaw was
a deputy was
October. James M. Fox of Ohio who
I mands for the work, and the attitude served the members fora presided
was on
Mr. Brown is that person, having received I I traveling in an automobile with news-
The administration is keenly inter- throughout the remainder of the
the government took in regard to its meeting to be held tonight.
his appointment from the chief of New York
j, paper men, reporters
ested in the apparent determinationof monies.Former.
that extension Among the important matters to I who had him
commissioner. He says -he and papers, accompanied
Huerta to hold an election with the President William H. Taft
Mr. Messer have almost completed a I It is desired to secure between for. be passed upon are the estimates on from Coaticook. Thaw had lost his
cards stacked in his favor he made the
own as principal oration of the day.
ty and fifty acres of good raw land the work and tank. This ,
controls the situationin tour of the state and that another sewer septic hat and had nothing with him but a
now absolutely Addresses were also made by Lieut
for the experimental work and a will be the third estimate submittedby
month will see that task completed.The bunch of cigars. The sheriff recog
all of central and southern Mex- Gov. R. E. Burchard, of Rhode Island,
building within the city for the lab- F. D. & Co. The
work which is engaging the commissioners Harvey amountis nized Thaw when some distance from
ico with the of Morelos.
exception representing Perry's native state,and
at present is a preliminary oratory work. The government has $4,224.06. The estimate submit- him and hailed the machine to stop.
The states of Chihuahua, Durango, Rev. J. A. of
I Carey, Chicago, representing -
Sonora and Tabasco under the inspection to see what the hotels no appropriation for the purchase of ted by Hamilton Johnson, the con- I Thaw got out and approached the
pres- i the colored race, of
such property and does not desire it tractor who is the many
constructing septic sheriff and himself without
lack.of meeting the.requirements un- gave up
ent regime have absolutely no chanceto I whom were in the battle Lake Erie.
as a gift; in fact, the government tank, is for $1,331.75. here he
der the law. The managers and words. Upon being brought
participate in a free and fair elec- Besides the large crowd which had I
prietors are being told what they will not accept title to any such prop- Under a recent resolution passedby I engaged Thomas Johnson, a local attorney -
tion, consequfitly Carranza ,and his gathered to attend the ceremonies,
followers be depended to must do in order to meet these requirements -II erty. The plan is to be worked in I council it was agreed to advance as his legal adviser. The
may upon there were present delegations of
and ample time will be co-operation with the state experiment Contractor Johnson 75 per cent of the< sheriff immediately notified William
refuse to accept the results of the I distinguishd men from the ten states
ballot for the given them to prepare for subsequent I station. cost of the material used in the con- Travers Jerome to come and take
proposed presidency.The
I participating in the ceremonies.
i It is believed the location of ,
inspections.Mr. JI struction of the tank. His estimate charge of the prisoner.A .
announcement was made today I Ii These states Rhode Island
the farm and at Orlando ,
laboratory I does not, therefore, contain any con- telegram was received from Attorney .
Brown said that there
by officers of General Wood'sstaff was no I I the birth place of Commodore
would be of considerable value to this Perry;
sideration for work reference
having General Carmody of New
that the Carranza forces in the disposition on the part of the com- i Kentucky, which furnished of
: place and the country surrounding. only to materials. many York asking that Thaw be held for
northern provinces now number 30- to be unnecessarily hard on the members of the
The government is pursuing its investigations There are several matters hanging crews manningthe extradition. The warrant under
two-thirds of whom well the hotel keepers that the
000, are ; require- I American ships in the battle and
for what practical bene-, Aver that will come before the meetI which Thaw was arrested was foundto
armed. With such forces in the field ments of the law were reasonable and seventy-five cent of the soldiersof
that fits may come of them. It has been ing tonight, and the session promises per be faulty, and application has been
the rebels are certain to continue they would ,not be expected to I I General Harrison's which
demonstrated that many of the aro- to be a lengthy one. army, made for writ of habeas A
their resistance to Huerta for a long make all the necessary changes and a corpus.
I following the lake battle, won the bat-
matic plants ,can be grown with success -I
time to come. An armistice on the additions in a short time. The law tle the Thames new warrant charging him with con-
I in Florida, and this country is at on river; New York,
face of fixes the time for spiracy, an extraditable offense, was
things seems an utter impos- compliance with Ohio Indiana
Pennsylvania, Illinois,.
dependent foreign
present coun-
sibility. certain sections, thirty days in some I upon served on him tonight and he was formally -
Michigan, Wisconsin and Minnesota, I
tries for its supply of such as camphor !
instances and I committed to jail.
sixty days in others.
mints, spices and the like. The OE BIASED JURYMEN the lake states which were most af- Thaw taken to the Vermont
Sufficient time would be given the was
I of the fected by the battle of Lake Erie,
I development growing
BEACH RESORTERS HAD hotels to get in line with the law, said industry which practically prevented the English border at 8 o'clock this morning by
along these lines would add a depart-
Mr. Brown, and if the proprietors didj'f from the Dominion of Canada immigration of-
ment of commercial increment to the invading territory embraced -
RAGE FOR THEIR LIVES not live up to the requirements after I state which it has hitherto not known.I AFFIDAVITS BEING GATHERED in these states. A delegationwas ficers and turned loose.
He rushed of
out the immigration -
that they would have blame was
no one to
Dr. Hood his preference AS TO EXPRESSIONS OF JURYMEN also present from Louisiana,
but themselves.Mr. breakfastless. The immigration -
I pen
for a location at Orlando, both on account -I PRIOR TO TRIAL where the last battle of the war of I
officers would make
IN ORDER TO ESCAPE FROM THE Brown said that he found hotel of its central location and the 1812 was foughtMALCOLM no ex-
planation, except that they were act-
conditions in !
DISASTROUS FIRE THAT DE- some places very poor, character of the soils in this vicinity.\ Atlanta, Sept. 10.-An important
ing under the orders of the ministerof
but he :
was pleased to find the more] in the battle for the life
STROYED HOUSES President Bradshaw is urging a full movement of

prominent houses well kept as a rule I meeting of the board to hear Dr.| Leo M. Frank, sentenced to be hanged WADE GETS justice.
and their I He was taken at once towards the
Salisbury Beach, Mass., Sept. 10.- managers perfectly willingto I Hood's exposition of the subject. I October 10 for the murder of Mary Vermont border in an automobile.He .
co-operate with the commissioners Phagan, disclosed Monday in the HEIRLOOMS OF VALUE
A chill northeast wind whipping in was i screamed and fought like-a mad-

from Massachusetts bay at sunrise to see that the law was enforced. The PLUCKY GIRL MAKES NAVY! information that a rigid investigationis man all the way.

commissioner slept in a hotel a few being conducted into the record of
today found 200 homeless vacation
As Thaw left Coaticook, under the
ists shivering under scanty coveringon nights ago and was given a mattress CRAWFISH1 every man on the jury which convicted MEDALS AWARDED GRANDFATHER guidance of Deputy Superintendentof
made of pine shavings to rest his
him of the crime with view erf
Salisbury beach. Clad in thin
VETERAN OF WARS Immigration Robertson, he was
weary bones This is one of the
down the stories that severalof
clothing, men, women and children running
complaints that the law is especially REJECTION OF APPLICANT FOR WITH INDIA AND CRIMEA yelling and protesting that it was a
the had well defined bias
had stood guard all night over the jurors a case of kidnaping. Robertson
aimed at. It is contrary to the provisions NAVAL ACADEMY IS RE. against the defendant before an-
few belongings they were able to rescue they Mr. Malcolm J. Wade of this city swered him that it was "all regular."
the act for hotel to
any VERSED BY HER box.
ACTION went into the jury
from the fire that devastated the
The automobile
have mattresses made of excelsior, has lately received a package of souvenirs carrying him
summer resort. Heaps of smoking This information was supplementedby crossed the Vermont border at 8:55
moss, shucks, or shoddy. They must I Washington, Sep.t 10.-Ignoring1 and heirlooms from his par-
ruins all that remained the sensational statement that
were todayof an this
be made of either hair, cotton or felt, obstructions to navigation in the ents in London, that are very inter-
nearly 300 cottages and seven ho- affidavit was in possession of persons The suddenness of the
and which he maneuver
esting naturally prizes
or some of the recognized materialsfor shape of doorkeepers and secretaries, I
tels that were in the path of the I' interested in behalf of the convictedman His took Thaw and his counsel entirely
comfortable and sanitary beds. Miss Norma Lee Johnson steered a very highly. grandfather, I
flames. Rumors of coming arrests. which stated that one of the Malcolm Wade of London by surprise and literally carried them
Especial attention was being paid, straight course into the was a sol-
navy department -
and a state board investigation were said Mr. Brown, to the provision requiring and fired a broadside into sev- I veniremen had declared in the pre dier in the wars with India and also I off their feet. It was reported here,

current. Early today a squad of police ence of two or three witnesses that if in the Crimean war. though not confirmed, that the immi-
that dining rooms and kitch-: eral startled officials on behalf of
arrived from Haverhill. Officialswere I he got on the jury he "would vote to gration officers acted under instruc-
ens be screened. An act to bring about Frank Lively, an aspirant for the Among the souvenirs sent Mr.
apparently satisfied that a sec- hang Frank regardless of the evi tions of the minister of the interior.
this reform was passed two years' naval academy, who had been rejected Wade were several medals which
ond fire which broke out shortly after I j I dence." The destination of the automobile
ago, but it has not been enforced,:'because I he was "underweight. The have been presented to his grand ,
midnight at the southern end of the This affidavit is said to be corrob- save that it was some place in Vermont
showing plainly that I father for his services in and -
inspection is II officials struck their...colors and today peace i I
beach was of incendiary origin. orated by the verbal statements of just across the border, was unknown
needed to make such a law effective.'' Lively returns to" Annapolis to in war. One medal bears the word i I

There are numerous other provisionsof 'undergo another examination as to one or two other persons who were "Lucknow," and was presented for to any persons except its pas

CURRENCY BILL WILL the act, which is a lengthy one, requiring : his fitness. present at the time the remark is said I valiant service at the battle of Luck- sengers. It was reported that Thaw

BE RUSHED THROUGH have been made. The would be taken to Norton Mills.
to of
hotels to keep clean towels j Miss Johnson is a private secretary reports : now during the Crimean war. An-

Special to The SentineL and sheets and provide fire escapes.I'to Representative Avis of West Vri- bias in respect to several others of j other pretty medal reads "For long Hector Verret, of counsel repre-

Washington, Sept. 10.Underwoodgot All houses that keep as many as five ginia, who appointed Lively to the the jurors are being investigated. I I I service and good conduct," and was senting New York state in the fightto

through a resolution today that rooms or more for transient patron.i i academy. In his physical examina- Solicitor Dorsey is entirely confident I'presented at the close of one of the have Thaw sent back to Matteawan -

of his ability to that said that he did not think that
all general debate on the currencybill age are classed as hotels. tion the boy was found to be five prove wars with India.
I Frank had fair trial William T. Jerome, commander in
shall end Saturday and that the Inspector Brown will be in and pounds too light to meet the require- a One large handsome medal and two

measure shall be taken up Mondayfor around Orlando for several days. He ments. He was rejected and Miss If this attitude of bias and preju- smaller bronze medals show the face chief of the New York state legal
forces was at Norton Mills. Mr. Ver-
amendment. will make the inspections of the near-I Johnson became indignant.I dice can be established in referenceto of Albert Edward, Prince of Wales,

by towns from this point. He was I "Five pounds, indeed!" she ex- one or more of the jurymen the I and were given Mr. Wade for valu- ret added that nobody knew that

F. D. MICHAEL_SENTENCED much pleased with Orlando's appearance -*! claimed. "That's a mighty lot of defense will have won a vital victol''jin able services rendered in the war de- Thaw was to be taken so suddenlyto

TO PAY FINE OF $25 I and progress, and said he was I'avordupois missing in an admiral! its battle for a new trial, the motion -]I partment of London International Ex- Vermont.

enjoying his tour of the state. He I Ill see about this." for which will be argued October:,I hibition held in London many years

Judge T. Picton Warlow yesterday will start down the east coast from I Whereupon Miss Johnson jabbed in 4, before Judge Roan. I|I ago. Mr. Wade has been dead for BUSINESS MEN'S

sentenced F. D. Michael, convicted oi this place, going the entire length as her hat pins and set out to see Secretary about fifteen years and during his LEAGUE.MEETS TONIGHT

assault'and battery on Elmer Roden--. far as Key West. Daniels. When she ended her THE WEATHER I'army life served as color sergeant There will be an important meet-

baugh, to pay a fine of $25 and the cruise of the department her's were I and a member of the Royal Engi
ing of the Business Men's League to-
costs of trial A number of case Harrison Fisher the only colors flying. Lively's fight Florida: Local showers Thursdayand I neers. night. The meeting will be held inC
disposed of in criminal courtyesterday pictures, framed,
were for another
had been Friday, except fair Thursday in : E. Howard's studio. All membersare
all of minor interest. one-third off. Curtis & O'Neal I
.. won.I' : (extreme south portion. For the news, read The Sentinel urged to be present.

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lie who lingers long enough to lis- !I r For The Next
ten to the siren song of an agent is I, r Thirty ll Bays
bound to be stung. I! _

The redeeming thing about your We will be pleased to list both city and county

safety razor is that nobody ever property, both improved and unimproved. A postal or
wants to borrow it.
telephone call will bring a representative
Some people keep reasonably happy
and busy in simply trying to find all
about other people's business.A .

sage remarks that once in a
while a bachelor has as much troubleas
a married man. There are a lot
of us from Missouri.My .. 15 SOUTH ORANGE AVENUE

all things are said and dcre is thatI i
can't trade my philosophy for beef-
steak, groceries or ice. '
The reason things go so againstsome
fellows is that they prefer to
depend on a four-leafed clover to
working for three dollars a day.
Soft Felts
Here is the tariff question in a nutshelL -
We want the duty taken off
the things we have to buy and put on
the things we have to sell. Draw aside."I' Are just in. .- Call and see them.
such a bill and get congress to pass it I II I
and you have solved the tariff prob- I
lem. II

Some of us are bent upon reform-
ing the world, but it's so big we can't I
make much of an impression on it, Agents for Barclay CorsetsMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM
when' we would try reforming our-
selves the results would be more no- .
ticeable and more gratifying to some'
at least. il "

Lots of us are looking for good investments : :: FOE S.ALE
in a commercial way, but
we never think of investing in good 1
manners, good deeds, good words and 1 Six-room, Bath and Pantry, Modern house. One Block
good behavior, all of which are proved :: from and in view of Lake Lucerne. Two blocks from
time and again be the best
producers.Old revenue : j ; station, east side of Atlantic Coast Line Railroad. Lot

100x142 feet, shaded on west by Camphor trees, on
Bill Shiftless is always telling : south by large Oaks. Nice Lawn. 50 bearing Grape
people what they should do and how
fruit and and also
: Oranges 100 younger trees; English
they should handle their business. He :
wastes hours every week blowing : : Walnuts, Guavas, Pecans, Bananas, and Pineapples
about how the council and certain individual bearing. 40 Acres heavy pine timbered Land, northwest /
should conduct affairs. He
side Lake Barton.
h Faso a great booster. But you will
notice that if it wasn't for Mrs. Shift-
less and her trusty washboard Old
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death. But the old simpleton shootsoff :
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t more within a few days-the largest
CAMP PERRY CONTEST enrollment in the history of this 1 BEFORE DECIDING

school. I: : What You Want i

WINNERS EARNED THEIR VICTORY A local aerie of the Fraternal Order .
How You Want It :
BECAUSE OF SHARPEST of Eagles is being organized in .

OF COMPETITIONCamp deputy St. Petersburg grand president by Otto for R. Mount south, When You Want ItiMlttlMHIMtllllllt Bear t Ihe e "CADILLAC" "HUPMOBILE"[ min !

Perry, Ohio, Sept. 9.Flor.ida Florida. Already about twenty-five *
fourth place in class B persons have signed the application.The .
again won For anything in the :
medal for each member -, charter membership of the Sunshine
and $200 and a < line of PRINTINGcome
i City aerie, as the new aerie fIJ
of the rifle team. The victoryfor I I to us and we
will be known, will be limited to
Florida was a signal one, for victory sev will guarantee you
it was, the state leading the enty-five members.-St PetersburgTimes. i satisfactory work at prices .

teams of twenty-six states of the that are RIGHT.IMMMMMHIIflimi8M. ... l jlllill Illlh( I I Ifl{ lii I I I Il ljl i I III I I ilji ll il''i I, !p
union. St. Augustine's riflemen share

largely in the glory, as proven by THE WILOLLAModern I'
the scores. Out of the 2,508 pointsthe I

three men from this city, onefifthof I Home-Like MUNNIMAKERSNotices
the team, scored 632 points, far! Prices Moderate of Lost. Wanted For Sale For
than their share on an even Rent. etc.. for this column, 25c for one day
more SOC for three days, or 75c for one week for
average basis. 25 words or less. Money must accompanythe
SOUTH ORANGE AVENUE advertisements for this column as no
Major H. M. Snow, Jr., scored 209, insertions will be made on credit.MISCELLANEOUS.
Sergt. Harry P. Davis 216, and Sergt. Near Lake Lucerne .

Herman Lynn 207. But for a little 1

misjudgment of the wind in the skirmish MRS. W. T. WALKER If you want the news, subscribe for
run, the team would have been The Daily Sentinel.
placed in sixth place, class A. Over ORLANDO FLORIDA i
100 points were lost by the error. Money to loan on improved prop
Florida's team beat Illinois, New erty. S. Y. WAY.

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Connecticut, Tennessee, Vermont, I T MPAD RYTA week or month. We make a specialty .1111111111..1
Oklahoma, North Carolina, Kentucky, of sea food dinners Thursday even- e
South Carolina and Virginia. t MPA ings and Sunday noo 7-8-tf.
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CHEMICAL SOCIETY A Combination of the
We ask if you w please try the "

Special to The Sentinel. Old Fashioned HonestyWITH I new meat market t t we have just
n "f ; [
at 410 W t Church street
opened up ':::
Rochester, N. Y., Sept. 9.-The
'forty-eighth annual meeting of the We handle all kinds of Florida and as U or EmergenciesYou
Western meats. Quick delivery.
American Chemical society opened Modern Methods and
here this morning at Kodak Park, Science Phone 41. W. T. Pollock, proprietor.FOR are suddenly called from home; some member of the family takes ill during the

following a council meeting and complimentary SALE night; friends come in unexpectedly-various other domestic emergencies arise
dinner given to the council Produces Ice Cream that is the which require a fire in a hurry. Are you prepared for such contingencies? Have

at the Hotel Seneca last night. At acme of perfectionPOINSETTIA ASK Coffee.your grocer for Jackson 621tf.Square you a gas range, or are you "battling" with a wood or coal stove?

the close of the morning session the In days before matches were invented the housewife kept a fire burning con
members of the society were the BUY a lot in Thornton Park, a nice tinuously, because to build a fire by friction and gunpowder was a tedious job.
guests of the Eastman Kodak company Ice Cream is the combination. Jensen.suburb in east part of the city. Cad The value of a quick-fire was recognized in the long-ago. Then came the match

at luncheon, following which a Made of PURE CREAM. Sterilized and the wood stove, but for emergency purposes it falls short of the mark. But
visit to the plant at Kodak Park was made by the latest machinery and FOR SALE-New modern five-room the gas range came along. It is "direct transmission" applied to kitchen affairs-
under the
most perfect sanitary this
made. The other sessions of the conditions., centrally located.7-1 Apply d & w tf and can be geared up to the giant burner, or slowed down to the simmerer.

meeting, which continues until next ---r---- Why subject yourself to an old-fashioned stove when all this inconvenience can
Sunday, will be held in the Eastman Bay it from your local FOR SALE-A good Jersey cow with be removed by buying a range. The gas stove is quick, clean, reliable, economical.Let .
building of the University of Roch: dealer by the dish, pint heifer calf. Isaac Vanderpool, us prove to you all the claims we have made by installing one for you now.

ester and at the East High School. or quart. Maitland, Fla. 6tdltwFOR

While the chemists are assembled in SALE-At a great sacrifice, a ORLANDO WATER ND LIGHT T CO1
Rochester, they will make tours of Ita for tale Maxwell roadster, for $150 cash. I
inspection of the various manufacturing in your town This car is in good condition. Harry GAS DEPARTMENTlillllllllllMIIIIIMHMIIIMIIHIIMIMtMMIHmmMiH
Meek 301 West St. 9-9-10-11
plants in the city which in any ,

way deal with chemistry.The V.W.ESTES&CO.ORLANDO. FOR SALE-Two good sound and j o III'III'
meetings will be divided into gentle mules. Fine workers tnd ItHIMUMUnMMMMtHttlMIHtMeHtHHtimilOiMOmttMltH
a bargain, if taken at once. Cali on
each with
various sections, dealing
FLA. or address C. Whitney Wright, Orlando
some specific department of chemis Fla. 7-10 d & w
try. Among those who have chargeof '-0. 6 I, IMIIIilllilllllM.Mii. ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! UU
the various sections are S. H. Sal I FOR SALE-Player piano, 88-note iMIMIItlMIMMMilllMHIItlMMtMtMMMmitMtttltMM'SPECIAL
Remington, made by Starr Piano I,
Jr. of university, in.
isbury, Lehigh
Co., Richmond, Ind. Cost $700 new,
.dustrial division; R. C. Wells, U. S. slightly used, good shape in every respect PRICESWe UII
geological survey at Washington, D. :" Will make some reduction for:
C., physical and inorganic; J.* E. cash. Music with same. For further
d I' information apply to P. 0. Box 114
Breckenridge, of Carteret, N. J., fertilizer ; Winter Garden, Fla. 7-10-dwtf
; F. F. Mason, of the Heinz 1
at Pittsburg, agriculturaland FOR RENT
company _
food; William J. Hale, of the i FOR RENT-Cottage end -flat-,-fur. >' always have special prices, but we

University of Michigan, organic; nished and unfurnished. < do net have sales. -
6-26 tf. JAMES A. KNOX. any
Frank R. Eldred, of Indianapolis, i

pharmaceutical; Dorris Whipple, of FOR RENT-Large, well furnishedroom Our plan is to take the money it would
Bayonne, N. J., rubber, and I. K. suburban
to wishing
Phelps, of the bureau of mines at accommodations persons; also 2 acres good cost to make a sale, and put it into Real
Pittsburg, biological.The truck land, close in. Good opportunity
members of the society in attendance for right person. Address A," Bargains, such as will be to our customers1
Sentinel. 9-8tf
total almost one thousand,
advantage.We .
the vast majority of them being engaged This book tells how everybodypays FOR RENT-Six room cottage, 28

in commercial chemical activi and whether or not theyare Webber avenue. Apply G. A. Baas, : mention a few articles that will go
ties. The character of the to .
papers entitled to credit. care Orlando Bank & Trust Company.
be read and the speeches made deal 9-7-tf ': at reduced prices :

more with the commercial side of ORLANDO BUSINESS MEN'S 2.50 and White
Regular $ $3.00 Pique
chemistry than with the academic, i FOR RENT-Store room on the busy :

side. ASSOCIATION.. corner of Church and Garland : Skirts at $1.74.
streets. Size of store 24x70. Good I

NEWS FROM ALL Rowe & Winebrenner opening for dry goods, shoes and mil Regular $1.50 and $ 2.00 White Skirtsat
PARTS OF FLORIDA : linery store. W. M. Slemons. 9-6-1m
96 Cents.A .
Uoomll-McXeill& Davis Bl'd WANTED
Lake City is contemplating the purchase -- new line of Shirt Waists and Balkan
of an auto fire engine and hose< REAL ESTATECity WANTED-Plain sewing of all '
truck. and Country Property kinds. 13 Church street, over Favorite Blouses from 46 Cents up.
theater. 9-3-1mo.
25 Per Cent off on Shoes.IIMtimilimtMMtMIMlMHtMtMHmilflltttMtMilMMiMMMMOItlMMM.
Sixteen more blocks of street pave-
ment are to be laid in St. Petersburgin ---
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October. I am now settled in larger, brighterand
better quarters in the Rock build

ing improved The in.Indian Titusville in appearance.River is being State considerably bank build tl rooms ing I,am opposite 1 revising required.and 2,the my which San sales my Juan list increasing, and hotel am, H. K r'' N w Y r( Barga r[ i ill mr rltIIIIIOllll"'IIIIIIII.I.III..IIII..II.I..IIII..lllel.IIII.

Sacred Heart college in Tampa was ready to list your city and country
opened last Wednesday. The number o I I, property. . I..IIII.
I .. IIIII..I..IIII..IIIII.IIIIIIIIIIJI.II..II'.IIIIII111"1'111 1"1'10111' "
of new boys enrolled was most gratifying \ From all reports received from. my .
while nearly.all of the old ones 1 f friends and business connections in! -- ------

returned also. I the North, I shall do a large businessthis

The Tampa Tribune says: "Auto- LEARN ABOUT I winter to sell, the and properties will use my listed best with efforts Stylish t an erviceaDle are aod ccessories at [conomical Prices

ists making the. trip from Tampa to
St Petersburg in the last few days,I our quality confections by a trial pur- me.I have many satisfied customers,
chase of a pound box of
report the road between Largo and l our who became winter residents of Orlando Suits for men, women or boys. If you intend to spend the holiday out of
St. Petersburg as in better condition I CHOCOLATESBOX and vicinity by my personal Dresses for women and girls. town do not forget these:
than it has been before. BOX'S efforts, and they are now boosting for
ever Straw or felt hats or caps for man or boy. UMBRELLAS

I .\ -pointer" for the person wanting Orlando and New Neckwear. PARASOLS
A. T. Rossetter, of Sanford, has the best at a reasonable price-the Yours truly, Crepe and muslin waists. RAINCOATS

been appointed game warden from utmost in punt and deliciousness. CARL JANSEN, Wool and cotton dress skirts. Suit Cases, Grips or Trunks- a Complete
Real Estate, Notary Public, Fire
Seminole county. He has always Daintily packed and in the original Balkan blouses. Line.
been against the useless slaughter of shapes and variety of flavors.BUTT'S Insurance. 1m d&w i 1
Florida game and he will see that
the new laws are kept inviolate in -- Our job department is equipped ; Come In and pay us a visit anytime justto look around.. We feel sure yra will see
that county. Kandy KitchenWhen with up-to-date faces of type, modern something to Interest 111.
machinery and competent workmen,
and prepared to turn out beautifuland
The Lawtey school opened last you trade at home you help artistic work. Estimates furnished SALOMON ORLANDO

Monday morning with a most encouragingI the other fellow to help you. and satisfaction guaranteed ,

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' DAILY THE HOTEL LAW A MUCH NEEDED -I Florida. Having been a traveling man town,"" says the Meriden (Conn.) I| till 11111 4** 11111 11111 IIIX '

ACTA himself he knows the conditions and Journal. "Every publisher has a considerable H
South Florida SentinelMORNING knows what the traveling public de- list of subscribers who formerly I, *

AND WEEKLY good deal of fun has been made of mands. The entire state will be ben- lived where it was published, I FACTORY SECONDS H

t JOSIAH FERRIS, Editor and Owner the act passed by the last legislature efited by the enforcement of the law. or are interested in the place for :

______ ----1-- concerning the regulation of hotels o business reasons. And people send I

Florida aa Second Class Mail Matter. and restaurants. Much has been said JOINT CONFERENCEON away many papers." : NEW LOT JUST RECEIVED, AND
s of the ninety-nine inch sheets and the TARIFF BILL If you want_ your town to cut a..!
SUBSCRIPTION RATES ._ fifteen inch towels in making light of good figure before the world, sub- THEY LOOK JUST AS GOOD AS

TilE DAILY SENTINELOne the law, but little or nothing has Washington, Sept. 10.-The Demo- scribe to the home paper, and advertise THE GUARANTEED CASINGS,
been said in commendation of the cratic tariff bill, as it passed the sen- as your business will fairly warrant -1
Year ....................$5.00 AND WITH DUE CARE WILL
general wholesomeness of the act and ate last night, changed in -
Six Months ____............... 2.50 many particulars
the good ends it will encompass. from the form in which it
Three Months ................ 1.25 GIVE THE FULL GUARANTEED
Florida has needed just such a law left the house over four months ago, Culture ,Work

By news carrier in Orlando, 50 cents per ever since it became a state, and a went back to that body today. To- Our navy will be a little short on MILEAGE, AND COST YOU
month. Daily and Sunday. law like it is needed in every state. joint conference committee where the culture this winter, but those who !I ABOUT
Sentinel be foundon LESS.
The Orlando Morning can
tale in Orlando at Curtis &; Neal's Book Good hotel service is so much the ex- finishing touches will be given it. can't get to the Vatican and to Dan-
Store, and Wright Brothers.We ception rather than the rule that men The senate stole a march upon the te's home town can put in the long

will appreciate prompt complaint if who are constantly on the road fre- house, when, immediately after pass- winter evenings studying Mexico.MmiMilillltilliiMItt.
delivery is not promptly made by our
quently travel hundreds of miles ing the bill, it decided to "insist" up-
Advertising rates will be furnished on ap
plication. when they have found a good placeto on its amendments and ask for a con-

THE WEEKLY SENTINEL stay, just for the comfort of spend- ference. Under this procedure when
Per year, by mail postage paid........U.OO ing Sunday at that particular place. the bill went to the house today there UPREMEAUTO
Address THE SENTINEL, Orlando. Florida.
Office 107 Court Street. Arcade Building. This kind of thing has existed in was nothing for the house to do but SHOP SERVICETHE
Phone 24. Florida and is known to all who have to accept the amendments or meet I"

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1913 taken the least observation of conditions the request of the senate for the ap.
A hotel which meets the de- pointment of a house committee. The OIL. KIND THAT BRINGS A
Vacations days are fading fast. mands of the traveling public is move of the senate leaders, while for- CUSTOMER BACK THE NEXT
o known far and wide. It is advertised mal in character, saved a day's time
"Perfect Lubricationin
One of New York's congressmenhas freely and without solicitation by its in getting the bill into the joint con- TIME, FOR IT INCLUDES PUMPING -
been confined in a mad'house instead patrons. There is no business enter- ference committee. Every Drop"Is
of going to congress. Wouldbe prise which receives so much adver- Preliminary conferences within the iM1fi TIRES, FILING OIL LAMPS,

better if others were treated like tising gratis as the good hotel. Thereis last two weeks between Representative refined AND KEEPING CAR NICELY POL-
produced, transported
that. never any objection raised to the Underwood and a Senator Sim-
and distributed the
a rates when the service is satisfactory.All mons, the tariff leaders of the two by largest ISHED. ALL THIS IS A PART OF
Independent Oil Refining Com
Jim Conley the on whose that any patron of a Lotel asksis bodies, have led to an understandingthat
negro pany In the world, and only selected OUR SHOP SERVICE-AND IT IS
that the service be and the little time will be
testimony Leo M. Frank was con- good consumed in crude is used in its man-
victed of the murder of Mary Pha- price is cheerfully paid; but the priceis the conference, discussion of the bill. ufacture. FREE.

gan, has been indicted as accessory' I aid whether the service is good, It was predicted today that the meas- fIM11
after the fact. indifferent or poor. Hotels and rail- ure probably would be ready for the

o scads are somewhat in a class whenit president within ten days. Gulf Co

,The opera bouffe city governmentof comes to this phase of the question. Refining ,I
Jacksonville continues on and on. There is hardly any other business CONGRESSMAN CLARK

The mayor and the board of bond where the price is fixed by law or WANTS TUBE SYSTEM P.G.WALTONAgcntPHONES259 I.1W.\ PHILLIPS" & SONS
trustees are having a parrot and custom and is paid without redress, 450
monkey time of it if the service be not of a quality to Washington, Sept. 10.-An appro- { .
o- warrant the charges. Railroads are priation of $1,000,000 to construct a

Congressman Clark wants a pneu supposed to be regulated, and to some large diameter underground pneu- HHIMIMHIIIIMMMMI imiHMMMMtMMFOR '"

matic tube system to connect the de- extent they are as to rates, but they matic tube system between the va-
partments in Washington-hot air are regulated but little as to ser- rious government departments in
and underground. Now watch some vice. The public pays and suffers Washington is proposed in a bill, introduced -
mean person say that. for the long and short'haul, and is in the house today by Con-
o thankful when it is finished. But gressman Frank Clark, of Florida,
A man with diamonds in his teeth there is one class of the public which chairman of the committee on public SEPTEMBER

has been arrested in Jacksonville. lives most of its time in the hotels buildings and grounds. The pneu-

They're likely not the gems of purestray and restaurants and ,on railroad matic tubes, if installed, would be
borne by dark unfathomed caves, trains, and to this ,class is due the used for the more rapid handling of GiftsThe
to which the poet refers. enactment of the hotel law. This mails and departmental matter and Birthday SapphireSEPTEMBER'S
o class is composed of the commercial would be connected with the post-

Too bad! Harry Floyd was on the travelers, kqown as drummers. They office. Mr. Clark's bill provides that
verge of becoming famous and break- have endured the long and short haul, the tubes shall run underground and
ing into congress when it becomes the short sheets and scant meals and connect the capitol, the senate and
evident that he found a mare's nest. roller towels and no towels and shuck I house office buildings, the govern-

i Harry got another spurt of publicity. ,, mattresses until they are both sick ment printing office, the census bu- STONE IS THE SAPPHIREEMBLEMOF

though. and sore. Their money is always reau, the pension bureau, the old and CONSTANCY TRUTH HAPPINESS AND SUCCESS.
a good'and ready, and they pay more new postoffices, su /-station F, the

Dean Spencer, commissioner to the for what they get than any other treasury, the executive departments, LET US SHOW IT TO YOU MOUNTED IN A BRACE-
class of our,resident population. They the general land office, the bureau of:
Seminole Indians, says that the reman dare entitled LET, HANDY PIN, BAR PIN, LOCKET OR RING, ANY
certainly to jdera-
of the Everglades is an ideal con engraving and printing, the Smith
farmer. It is probably well for the tion.We sonian institution and the department ONE OF WHICH WILL MAKE HER EYES SPARKLE WITH

Dean that he isn't called upon to tell have read the hotel law with, of agriculture.
some care, and fail to find DELIGHT.FOR .
what conditions on the farm he con- any un
' siders ideal reasonable provisions in it. On the. THE TOWN'S REPRESENTATIVEHave MEN WE HAVE THIS BEAUTIFUL; CLEAR-

_o?_ b contrary it seems to cover with much
Our old friend Knud Rasmussenhas thoroughness the needs that go into I: you ever thought how thor BLUE GEM IN SCARF PINS, TIE CLASPS AND CUFF

come to light again. This time the making of first-class hotels and oughly representative a newspaper is'' LINKS.
restaurants. It for sheetsof of its home
provides town?
he is returning records to Admiral
length sufficient to the bed A COME IN AND SEE THEM.T.U.Evans .
Peary, which the latter deposited in cover newspaper is the only home institution -
the polar regions some twenty years and clean towels, and fire escapes and that travels around to distant -

ago. Knud has qualified as a first- screen doors, and comfortable mattresses cities. Buildings and streets can
class retriever. The drummers are tired of not be seen unless one visits a place.

a sleeping on pine shavings and Span- The newspaper goes as far as the
ish moss. It may be set down as the mails.
Thaw's lawyers couldn't under-
very quintessence of effrontery for a The home newspaper furnishes a the JewelerOPPOSITE
stand how it was that they took the
hotel to charge a guest and give hima means by which distant people gainan
prisoner across the border when there
mattress ,to rest upon that the pro- idea of the place where it is pub- ,
was a writ of habeas and
corpus sev. prietor would not think of lying upon lished. If a newspaper is newsy and
eral other legal documents to
pre- himself. The law provides for proper clean typographically, and has liberal POSTOFFICE
vent such action. This was a case of
light and ventilation, essentials for advertising, every man from Los An-
"just doing it anyhow.
o health and comfort in sleeping apart- geles to the Atlantic who sees it getsan EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING
ments. idea that the town is alive.
It turns out that the estimates of The hotel commissioner has
set out "People have no idea how newspa-
' the loss from the fire in Hot Springs j to improve the hotel conditions in pers circulate away from their ho eSan
were much exaggerated. The actua-
rial bureau of Little Rock places the ;

loss at two and a quarter millions.

Bad enough as it is, however.o .

: Bryan has been o called upon to Juan Garage

explain to a Paris newspaper critic
that he is not running a circus when

says he goes that out these lecturing.shows are Mr.conducted Bryan All that is in favor in Ladies'Furnishings

without profit, but he fails to -
say I -
r._ ,_ ,, _'" "K ......... "!I
that at least one of the performersis REBUILT "=
well paid.


Mayor Woodward of Atlanta is authority #

for the statement that because I and Fancy NotionsMarion
of police espionage in that town '!I One 1912 Five Passenger Touring Car, 1
it is dangerous for a man to kiss his j I i ..........-. -_ """ = ., -="T.u 7. --B B
complete tires y
own wife in the privacy his home, Iso j new I
hard the sleuths I ;
are upon the.
tracks of the spooners. Personal lib- $450One I II

erty in this respect, the mayor con I
tinues, is cheap in Atlanta, but he I

says the highwaymen and burglars: Cadillac Five Passenger Touring Car,
have all the liberty they wish.

o_- complete
f S
Whenever Oscar Underwood has
been put to the test he has proved $600

himself to be a full sized man. In
reply to friends who are urging him

to make the race for the senate in One 1912 Four Passenger 30 h.p. Car
Alabama he says that it is his duty, ,

as he sees it, to stick to the tariff bill complete B. Ives
until it is passed. If it should finallybe
adopted without seroius differencesin $550Don't

the conference he is willing thento

talk about making the race for ,
senator. It is likely that some will
say .that this sort of talk is made forget that our Ajax Tires carry a written EXCLUSIVE MILLINERY PARLORS

with the design of getting votes, but guarantee of 5,000 miles. HcCAUUH SILK HOSIERY Second Floor BON TON CORSETSTHE
his past deeds prove him to be loyal,

strong, clean, able and always manly. "

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t We are getting returns, gratifying returns of our advocacy

REMEMBER of the famous Gents Furnishings


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

garment, or $1.00 union suit.
school. We can help you out. We have a complete assortment dication 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, 104-106 South Orange Avenue, ORLANDOWADE

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THE TUNER I Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Ainsley and son WEKIWA SPRINGS News of the death of Earl Horner What to Eat !

ORLANDO. FLA. left last night for Jacksonville.Miss !was received in Orlando yesterday

J afternoon. The death occurred in

Ruby Platt has returned froma MANY WILL GO BY TRAIN AND Hendersonville, N. C., where the

delightful outing at Daytona.Mr. young man had been for several !
Mr. J. A. Turner, Jr., of Tampa, is OTHERS WILL GO IN AU- 'I
months in the hope of recovering CELERY PUMPKIN
in Orlando today. TOMOBILESThe
I Leigh Newell will leave tonight from an illness that had followed him, CABBAGE STRING BEANS

for Charlottesville, Va., to resume since he was injured in a football TOMATOES
Mr. George C. Keller went to Jacksonville Baptist Sunday school will ONIONS
I his studies at the University of game about a year ago.
last night } picnic at Wekiwa Springs today. All I OKRA ALLIGATOR PEARS
Virginia. Earl Horner was the son of Mr.
I arrangements have been made at the
and Mrs. John T. Horner, of Orlando.He PEPPERS PINEAPPLESBANANAS
Mr. E. A. Peck, of Cincinnati, is a' springs for a fine day.
Miss Ethel Dann leaves today for was twenty-two years of age,anda SQUASH
late arrival at the San Juan. | The early train from Orlando to
_____ i Jacksonville to visit friends. Before young man of exemplary character.I Ii
Apopka will carry the bulk of the. THE ABOVE ARE A FEW OF THE MANY GOOD THINGS
returning home she will go to Tampa i His mother had been with him since :
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Dann have gone crowd, and an_ automobile section will
for a while. I he went to the mountains in search'I WE HAVE.
' Lake N. J. visit. the others. The will leave
to Spring on a j carry autos
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I Iof I! health, but his father had been
1 I 1 I in advance of the train and dischargetheir I
Mr. W. .H. Brokaw, the hustling there only the past few days, having'
Mrs. Jeannette Robinson Murphy'left and the 'I
passengers return to
representative for Griffing Bros., the gone Sunday in response to a message COME AND SEE FOR YOURSELF.
yesterday for North Carolina. ,' station at Apopka and take the train ,
:nursery men, returned last evening from Mrs. Horner that the I
I crowd over to the springs, a distanceof
from a successful business trip to young man was no better and his con
Dr. H. S. Geiger, of, Kissimmee, several miles.
Umatilla.Dr. dition seemed alaiming. CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.
was among Orlando's visitors yester- There is no particular program for
The funeral party expected to leave
I the day. It will be a free and easy
J. C. Howell, Osteopath, has Hendersonville last night and will
Mr. Harry P. Leu returned last day, with bathing in the delightful
returned and will be at his office, in reach Orlando tonight. It has been THE SANITARY GROCERY
night from a business trip to Jack- waters of the springs as the principal.
I Cheney block, every day from 10 to I;i announced that the funeral would beheld '
sonville.Mr.. feature of enjoyment. There will be
I 112 and by appointment. Phone, office at ten o'clock Saturday morn- CARUTHERS & GORE
the basket dinner, to be sure, without
residence. '9-ll-6t ing. Hammond & Gore, the under-
Phone 200
or 6 & 8 Pine Street.
L H. Taliaferro, of Richmond, which there would be no picnic.
takers, have charge of the arrange-I
Va., is among the late arrivals at the
0 Mrs. J. W. Ross and Miss Bertha ments. I
San Juan. j jMn. I CASE OF LIGE LONG _ -:--
Mae Ross, mother and sister of Mrs. The sympathy of the entire com

I W. G. Arthur, left yesterday for STILL HANGS FIREi munity goes out to the bereaved par-
W. J. Lauten, of Oviedo, spent
Stratham, Ga. They took the boatat ents. Earl Horner was an exceptionally School Days Begin Sept. 29
several hours in Orlando yesterdayon
The case of Lige Long and John
Sanford for a trip down the St. promising young man, and this I

business. I j Johns river. Mrs. Arthur accompa Patrick for fighting which was set to fact accentuates the grief of those

nied them as far as Jacksonville. .be heard in mayor's ocurt yesterday who are bereft in his death.MAYERSHEPP. I And all text-books for grades below the High
Mr. M. 0. Overstreet is spending morning, was continued again, Long

today in Jacksonville looking after being unable to get his witnesses to
business matters.Mr. I II Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Wolfe and chil- court. School must be changed. We have the lists of

I dren left yesterday afternoon for
i Plant City, where they will visit rela- The Catholic church was the scene
all books to be used for each
A. Starbird, of Apopka, was I new grade ,
tives for a couple of weeks. Mr. "CAN A CHRISTIAN BE LOST"Will of an impressive marriage ceremony
in Orlando last night en route to I
Wolfe is engineer the Seaboard yesterday morning when Rev. Father
an on
Jacksonville on business. wish tourge students to exchange now and
j running between Orlando and Wild' be Dr. Poulson's subject at the Michael Fox pronounced the words ,
wood, and is taking a well earned va- ,Baptist church next Sunday morning. that joined Miss Serena Catherine
Mr. J. H. Lancaster, one of Bar- avoid the great delay and confusion that will
, cation. Seats are free. Public invited. Don'tmiss Mayer and Mr. James Albert Sheppin
tow's well known citizens, is transacting -
it.Mr. marriage.The .
business in the city today. I i "Evils brought upon ourselves are I II I only attendants were a brother result from waiting until opening day. A

1- I the most difficult to bear." So avoid : Fred Bass, of Kissimmee, was I and sister of the bride, Mr. EarlV.

Mr. A. C. White, one of Apopka's the most of them by doing your trad-*in Orlando yesterday. He was look- Mayer and Miss Leah Mayer. The liberal allowance for old books in good con

hustling real estate dealers, was in ing at Boardman's Store of Satisfac ing extremely proud, and those who ceremony was witnessed by the rela-

Orlando yesterday looking after busi- tion. Money back if not satisfied. know Fred wondered what had hap- tives and intimate friends. dition.

ness matters. I I The stock of Children's School Dresses pened to cause such a change in his The bride is an attractive and accomplished -

i is complete-every age and size manner. They were informed that young woman, daughterof GET YOUR SCHOOL BOOKS NOW.

Mr. Green Cannon, of Jacksonville,' can be suited. Fred was now a proud father, a fine Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Mayer, of Or-

the clever commercial for the I lando. The is banker of
agent II] 'young son having arrived a day or groom a

well known firm of Baker & Holmes, I Mrs. Eben V. Hunt, who has been two since to bless his home. Denver. The couple left on the after- '

is in Orlando today. I i visiting in Boston for the summer, noon train for the North, after a wedding W. S. BRANCH,

.will return to Orlando Saturday. Mrs. Messrs. I. E. Bedoe, J. P. Rusie luncheon at the home of the
The Arcade Book and Music Store
Capt. B. J. Pacetti, of Ponce Park, Hunt writes that she has spent a and H. C. Corning, of Indianapolis' ,II bride's parents.

government inspector of reservations,I I pleasant vacation, and is quite readyto Ind., who have been spending a cou-,

was in Orlando yesterday, returningfrom return home. She is one of Or- ple of days in Orlando and vicinity,;I Attorney Pat Johnston and Mr. I
Mr. E. A. Thomas those FOR FENT Five
a business trip to points in the lando's most active and respected left last night for their homes well Charles Griffin, of Kissimmee, were was among room cottage.
going to Jacksonville last night. Call on or address J. Schnaar,
southern part of the state. j I elderly matrons. pleased with this section. I visitors in Orlando yesterday. Church street, Orlando, Fla. 9-11-tf

FOR SALE-100 acres of good pine
FOUND-A bicycle. Call at William
Milt 11 Ml "+ and hammock land on the east side Haley's, 201 South street. Ownercan
of Lake Apopka. This tract of land
. have same by paying for this ad.
is exceedingly good for citrus grow
ing and trucking. The timber is in

: THEGraild I its virgin state. Call on or address : FOR SALE-One cylinder Cadillac.

:: Mrs. W. T. Walker, Orlando, Fla. I John Ammann, P. 0. Box 393.uTHE .
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SEPT. 18 Special Colorado to The Sentinel Springs, Sept. 9.-"To THE -MARKETOf Ladies' Home Journal Patterns : '

avoid famine America must begin at
in all the
once to conserve her food supply." new numbersat
4k JUDGE CALL SETS DATE ANDHUNTSV'ILLE *I This was the somewhat startling Cleanliness Of Quality |
statement of W. T. Sedgwick, professor -
WILL BE PLACE of biology and public health; FRESH AND SALT MEATS
IN DEFERENCE TO Massachusetts Institute of Technology
SENIOR JUDGE before the American Public FISH AND GAME
Health association in convention here Kept under the
I best sanitary conditions.
Jacksonville, Sept. Thursday, today.Dr..
September 18, is the date which was Sedgwick said that if it were Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh STOREA
set yesterday by Judge Rhydon M., not for three great scientific inventions and .
Call, United States district court, cheap transportation, the art pure.
southern district of Florida, for the of canning, and cold storage, the cost We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have full line of Lace, Embroideries
trial of what is known as the "cou of wholesome food would be far everything in the Meat Line.
pon" or "premium" case, a suit which I greater than it is. Dr. Sedgwick Ladies' Muslin Underwear
has'been brought in the federal court pointed out that economists have argued -
to test the validity of the law recent that once the coal supply is ex The PARLOR and GinghamFor
passed by the Florida legislature, hausted, cheap fuel is to come firstfrom MARKET
which law, by its provision, it is alleged peat and then from sunshine. School Dresses
made it practically prohibitiv Lentils, from the economists' view
E M. Self & Co.
for merchants to issue or give redeemable point, were to replace animal food "
coupons or premium slip: and slow cookery, using little heats ; : Next Door to Evan's Jewelry StoreMMMIMiMIIMMMMtiMMMKHHMMMI
with the sale of goods inasmuch a and therefore cheaper, to make course 18.20 PINE STREET
the license tax imposed is a heavyone. foodstuffs appetizing as well as nu : [ .
tritious. Phone No. 80 -- - \
Judge Call made an order yester "But what do we now see?" went E Read The Sentinel "Want-Ads"- Every
day setting the date when the tase on Dr. Sedgwick, "a population already .MIMMMMMMIMIMMMItilllMHIMMCniUMMMiAre Day
:will come up, which will be before vast and increasing by leaps .,
Judge David D. Shelby, at Huntsville, and bounds; a virgin soil largely ravished : II II iuttHittmtiHiiimi
Ala., Judge Shelby being judge of and already showing signs of j
the circuit court of appeals at New exhaustion; timber lands mostly depleted : You Going to Build? II I''I f L f r II

Orleans, associated with Judge Shel- ; wild animals. and game almost : ELECTRIC VACUUMCLEN A EDI
by being Judge W. B. Sheppard, exterminated; exports of foodstuffs -
United States district court,'northern diminishing; fisheries, and especially USE BRICKNot
district of Florida, and Judge Call, shell fisheries, showing ominous -
of the southern district. symptoms of coming failure;
Three judges are required to sit in and everywhere outcries and complaints just brick, but specify, get the best; they cost no
judgment on the law, a constitutional of the high cost of living." more, look better, last longer, and are more satisfactoryall I+I house
your room or
question being involved, and Huntsville around.
was selected because of the fact COTTON E ILL ON THE CLIMB cleaned
JELK'S Macon Brick-common without dust
that it is the home of Judge Shelby,, texture. None better. paving, fire and rough ; or troubleof

senior of the three judges. New York, Sept. 9.-The cotton furniture
Attorney General Thomas F. West, market showed renewed excitement LEGG'S Pressed and Fancy Faced Brick. I am state moving .
of Tallahassee, is to appear in behal this morning. Opening firm at an: agent.
of the state, the defendants being the advance of 16 to 23 points in responseto
tax collectors of each county in Florida strong cables and bull Carry large stock on hand, make quick shipments. Wire The Pierce Electric
and the state's attorneys, a total 1 contracts were supportOctober 13.32 on thee your orders, at my expense. Co. send an Ex

of seventy-six defendants, the call. Realizing was heavy at this ad. perienced
I handle man.
being styled as the Van Deman & vance, while there also appeared to :
Lewis company et a!. vs. J. W. Ras, be active southern selling as prices I ATLAS PORTLAND CEMENT, BEAVER BOARDS,
tax collector of Duval county et al, eased off several points, but AGATITE CEMENT PLASTER, Fuller's Peninsular SEE THEM
support FOR TERMS
Brand Roofing, Metal Laths and
The Shingles, Crushed Rock
complainants are represented b;y continued with the market showing ,
Cooper & Cooper of this city. renewed firmness later in the firsts Granite Curbing, Building Sand. ----
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outcome will be closely watched and firm and Also, Fruit and Vegetable tickers' and
rallied to within Packers' Supplies
a point or :
followed throughout the state by the two of the opening figures. Crates, Wraps, Field Boxes, Straps, Nails and Ladders.

merchants and the public in genera 1. Several of the citrus exchanges will T the P1EflCE[ L[ [ELECTRIC[ L C01""ln, .

Preparations are in full blast i in earlier this I Hendry & Knight's Terminals! ,
open season as there i is W R: Hi
foot Franklin SI,
DeLand for the opening of the fall considerable fruit that will mature S S IA11UJL JTAMTA, . nom."I".IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIJIIIIIIIII.\ i CHURCH STREET
term of Stetson ]
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business on X = e credit to all and

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PHONE 98 \iT CT ATTTRD Office and I
and ORLANDO, A. OLolU 1 CI\ Show Room LIGHT THE
Geneva, Fla., Sept. 9.-Mr.
Mrs. Charlie Phillips have returned
General Plumbing and Beating Contractor, Sewerage and Septic Tank Construction.The .
from their bridal tour to Chicago and
mosf Modern Sanitation of the Age In my New Inventions in Plumbing PATH TO PROSPERITYMerchants
otter points North. We welcome them 45 W. Church Street I: for both Private and Public Buildings. Fine Plumbing Fixtures.
back in our midst. Estimates Cheerfully Given. Repair Work Promptly Attended to. Prices Reasonable
Mr. .J. 0. Holder, of Jacksonville, Money to loan on improved prop- -- SEWER PIPE LAID AT Bets PER FOOT. WORK DONE NOW OR LATER.HimilHMIIIitlMIIMIMMIiMIIIMIIMiHIMIt.
who Electric lose
use Signs never
is visiting his cousin, Mrs. Flynt, and I erty. S. Y. WAY.
family of this place. their way by choosing the wrong road to suc
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Mr. Pattishall's new store is near- .IMIIMMiMMeiMIIMIilllllliinilMMI- -- - - MlttMMittMIIMIiltMMMMM cess. You simply cannot fail to attract new

ing completion. He has it fitted up iMMIIIIIMtittMltMtlliHHMHItHMHMmiMHMiMllitllMIMMIHMHM j customers if you use an Electric Sign. It acts

with gas lights which are a great like an irresistible drawing all the

.'improvement.Geneva An addition House during is being the built absence to the of ORLANDO O BANK A K a TRUST I COMPANY A \ j they trade command within its the.reach attention: That of the reason

Mr. and Mrs. David Speer. .
Miss Bertha Cameron, of Chuluota, Capital and Surplus and Undivided Profits 13000000. : For Every Store Owner ;
and Miss Liona Osteen, of Osteen, .
spent several days with Mrs. Hill last Resources over Three-quarters ol a Million. :. No matter how small his business, the Elec-
week. .
Mr. Bertie Pattishall left Monday ..... Statement As Rendered to the Comp- tric Sign is the cheapest and most effective
Cambridge, Mass., where he goes troller at the Close of Business a: advertising.Phone .

to attend school at Harvard univer- June 30th, 1913 :. for our Sign Designer to call and sub.
sity. He was a member of the Har- 'Ii { RESOURCESBanking
mit a sketch.
vard club in this state and was the ks = > K House, Furniture :
lucky winner of a scholarship. Ber- x. and Fixtures ..........$ 25,867.37 : No Trouble to Us---No Expense to You.
tie is one of Geneva's rising young Loans and Discounts ..... 355,589.33
men and: we wish him great success. Overdrafts ............... 83.98 :
Miss Addie Gresham is visiting her ; Stocks and Bonds ........ 26,018.33 :

sister, Mrs. Charlie Chilson, of Paola, ,, r'&r Cash on Hand' ,and. ,.:. in Banks 254,088.11 1 I W Tm & lI T m.

Fla.Mrs.. Sadie Dann, and daughter, 661647.12

this place. Capital .................$100,000.00 MHIMIIiMMMIMIMIIMIH
We are glad to hear that Mrs. Cof- + Surplus and Undivided

fee is recovering from an attack of "' 1 Profits ................ 33,889.11
dengue fever. 1 =' Deposits ................ 527,758.01 III Mill MIMMtMHHUttMIH
There was a ball game here Friday "

between Osteen and Geneva. Thq t $661,647.12 It knocks rr T IT but I
score was 6 to 1 in favor of Geneva.
We have a daily train to Whittier : V The officers and directors of the Or-
now. It passes"through Geneva at ;? ." lando Bank and Trust Co! desire to
5:20'p.. m. en route to Whittier, and call the attention of its depositors and @
r friends and the citizens of Orlandoto
returns at 11:30 a. m. .
Mr. W. J. David and family. have the above statement The manage RIGHT NOW we offer two propositions on TERMS OF $10
moved to Cocoa. ment of the Bank feels that this show- DOWN AND $10 PER MONTH. Every young man in
Mrs. Clark Leonard has returned ing reflects the conservative, sane and Orlando should embrace this chance to begin or add to his

from New York, where she has been L_ JV3 progressive methods employed in this estate.
VV financial institution.
visiting for several weeks. Mr. and Strength begets
Mrs. Leonard expect to make Geneva confidence, and strength is no where SEMINOLE PARK LOTS
: displayed better by a bank than in
their future home. We are glad 'to 'j i United States Government, State and County Depository healthful statements, to its patrons. On the Map Before Seminole County
have them with us. Inside Lots $100. Corner Lots $125.
The M. M. S. society was pleasantly Money and six cent interest back from the date
**** *+*+++ per one year
entertained at the home of Mrs. I you complete purchase if dissatisfied.
J. T. McClain Thursday.Mr. I
and Mrs. Frank Pitts are now Sheep Manure FertilizerTrack
occupying the David cottage.Mr. WRIGHT FIVE ACRE TRACTS
Hillie Grant is planning the \ REALTY *.SBBD CO. P t -----FOR- Near Lake Underhill. Finest grove land and finest grovesin
erection of a new residence to be 1 FOR REAL ESTATE. T' I Orange County. Develop a grove on your monthly spare

completed soon. /'Ibats Our Business ..'.,. G Garden r or Flowers change.for clearing.PRICE $50 PER ACRE. Timber practically pays

The Sentinel has it pretty straight V \ Orlando, Florida, 1 PRODUCES RESULTS

that the state law prohibiting per- J NO INTEREST-NO TAXES
sons under 18 years of age from op- .r Does NOT BurniltltlMMMMMMiHHMHMIItlHHmiimtlMMtHMMI until you own the deed.
erating automobiles on public high-
ways is going to be generally en- *'HIMMMMMtMii I ORLANDO REAL ESTATE CO.

forced throughout Florida counties, i Room 2. Watkins Block.I'IItttttISllllllllleIII'I"y.

and Splendid the Orange buildings progress county for is the has one Florida been of them.madeon Mil- Sleffloll's I n 0\ ecia1 i 1 Silt Sale I I _" __ _____ ;_ __ _

itary academy on Edgewood avenue,

in Jacksonville" and it is now certain TH NTIN FOR r THE NEWS.
that everything will be in readinessfor :R READ
the opening promptly on the first JSoffonMen's Suits % offonBoys' Suits
of next month.

3 offonMeli's Pants %offonBoys'Pants
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We Extend to You an Invitation
now to call at our sample rooms
number 11 Arcade Bldg., to look over $30.00 Suits now $20.00 $15.00 Suits now $10.00

our selection of over 600 Suitingsfor
1 12.00" 8.00
27.00 18.00
Autumn and Winter, 1913. You I StoneBuilding

should not let another day pass be- 25.00 16.67 7.50 5.00

fore you make your selections.
22.50 15.00 6.00 4.00
When you have your measure taken Blocks, Cement Brick, House

you don't have to walk out of our 20.00 13.33 3.00 2.00 Foundations, all styles of Concrete
You k Columns, and Balusters,also all kinds
place "Hoping it *ill'be right.
18.00 12.00 Terms Cash DownSLEMONS i of Ornamental Concrete Work in Whiteor
can be sure of it. We will Guarantee :
Colored Facings
satisfaction and that our suits are the

Best Quality.MEN'S FASHION SlOP W. M. Phone 159-Works, Livingston Ave on R.R. ,

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( following correspondence (its "
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BANK given space in the Sentinel becauseit 'It

bears pertinently upon an impor-
tant question now before the people
of Orange county.-Editor.)
of Orlando Winter Garden, Fla., Sept. 4, 1913.
Hon. J. M. Cheney, Orlando, Fla. Y
'Dear Sir:-I was pleased that your A Bank Account
resolution adopted by the Board of :2i)
THE OLDEST BANK IN THE CITYAND Trade Of Orlando requesting the : 1'S.'I .
county commissioners to call an elec-
tion to .decide whether or not Orange Nowoao Q
county should issue bonds for good Banking Service

roads did not specify the material to
The Bank which transacts more business than
be used. I have been thinking out a
any Bank between Jacksonville and Tampa plan which I submit to you for an :

opinion. .
When this bond question was sub-
The large patronage of this Bank has been built up mitted a few years ago, it failed be- An account with us means more than merely ac-

r during twenty years by conducting its business on sound cause of three reasons; the main one cepting your deposits or making loans.
was because of the requirement 'of
banking principles with careful attention to the legitimate brick to the exclusion of all other ma-

wants of customers. The confidence of the public terials. This, in my opinion, was the Particular attention- given your individual circumstances -

is reuected in the large amount of deposits. fatal defect, because the others resulted 1 and every detail is considered to pro-
from it. The excessive amountof
Average deposits First Quarter of 1913, $900,000 the bond issue was the second reason tect what you have and help you increase it.

and the third was the so mew tat

indefiniteness as to where these roads Call and talk over your affairs with us. "It is a
FOUR PER CENT PAID ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTSOur $ would "be, and the belief existing i in "
pleasure to
the minds of a great many people serve you.
that they would not be personally C
benefited. .! still believe that it wouldbe
correspondent banks are located in every part of better to leave the whole matterof -

the world and include some of the largest Banks in the material to the discretion of the
Board of County Commissioners,
United States.
leaving them free to use brick, con
crete, or any other material that may '
answer the purpose where the road ito
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be built.
CALIFORNIA ORANGES fNROUfD E Es BIll IS I am not an enthusiast over brick The Only
roads, as some people, but I am not "UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY"In .
s SHOW BIG INCREASE against them. In fact, I think they Orange County.MIIIIIIIMillllllMMMMMMM.MJJIIMMMIMMHMIOillfHtM. i
FOUNDCORREC1NO are "mighty fine." They are cer I
tainly durable and suited to all weather
in Florida. 'if it is thought absolutely -
necessary to prescribe the material '"
to be used, I would recommend
s BY 300 CARLOADSLos BILL AS IT WAS PASSEDBY a plan of combining both brick and A r

Angeles, Sept. 10.-California's THE LEGISLATURE, clay roads. I think that $500,000 HIIIIIIMMIItllltltlllllllttttlltltliMMIIMMMMMMHUIIUiUMHItH II
deciduous fruit crop this year will SAYS J. WILL YON ought to be the maximum limit of
the bond issue-$400,000 for brick,
reach the grand total of 6,500 car- NEW
loads, a gain of 300 cars over last A special from Tallahassee to the and $100,000 for clay. Estimatingthe
year. This is the estimate of J. W. Jacksonville Metropolis from J. Will cost of brick at $9,000 per mile,
McClymonds, 'general agent of the Yon, says: and day at $1,000 per mile, you can
Pacific Fruit at San "I have noted readily see that this money would
Express company story in your yesteday's Ml andWinter Suits and
build about 45 miles of brick roads
Francisco, who was in Los Angeles issue, with reference to act of
yesterday. J recent legislature in redistricting the and about 100 miles of clay roads.
"This year's fruit is of especiallyfine state. You state that Floyd has found This, in my opinion, would cover the
flavor and beauty of appearance," that the state of Florida was not redistricted county about as completely as it is
said Mr. McClymonds. "The crop of by the last legislature, but possible to do. In estimating miles, ARRIVING.NOW
1913 shows an increased productionof the enrolled bill and printed law creates a good many people do not take inconsideration to
about 300 carloads over 1912." two third districts and no second the fact that these
The first crop to be moved was and that the law does not go into brick and clay roads would not be
the cherry crop, which was started effect until after the next election for within the corporation limits' of incorporated i ,
in May. Apricots have been shipped, congressmen. You further state that towns. You can see in
for the most part. Peaches, pears, your examination has found Floyd's building through from the Osceola to
grapes and plums are still moving. assertions correct. the Seminole county lines that wouldsave
Apples will begin to travel to market "Your story and Mr. Floyd's assertions about four miles in passing .
soon and most of them will be eatenin are not altogether correct, and through the incorporated towns of
California and adjoining states. there is hardly any necessity for apprehension Maitland, Orlando, and Taft; also, 'in are the newest and choicest
in the premises. I have building from Orlando to Orkland,
WEATHER REPORT examined both the printed law, and that would save about two and one THEY of this coming season,
the enrolled bill. half miles in Orlando, Winter Garden
Furnished the Sentinel by W. W. "The printed law does show two and Oakland. We would have to of the famous Printzessline
Yothers, of the Government Experi, | third districts, and second build only from the corporation line
no district,
mental Station. of Oakland, and mile in L. & C. S. Star line and the
but the enrolled! bill is all right with save a passing ,
For Week Ending September 9, 1913Temp. regard to this aspect of the case. through Winter Garden. The>
"The printed law carrying two third same would be true from Orlando to Gem line. These are the lines that '

districts is a mistake of printer, andI Apopka and Zellwood. By close'fl g
1 we have built our Coat and Suit Business
\} have a copy of the printed law before uring, you will note that 45 miles will
., : h a me, carrying an errata to this just about cover this much of the There better.
WJ WJ =3 Q effect. county, and then 100 miles of clay are none
8 2 "So far the roads in addition to what clay roadswe
.a.. 9CJ I I as effective date of the Every day we are getting more,
= 5 _0 act is concerned, you are correct on already have would put good road

Wednesday .. ... .. .90 70 . C that. It is evident that this sectionof in every traveled portion of this and invite you to come and see them.
Thursday .. .. .. .91 71 .55 PC the act does not mean exactly what county, including a good clay road to ,
Friday .. .. ... .. .. 85 C its advocates intended. It is the general the eastern boundary of the county You will be entertained and pleased.
Saturday .. .. .. ....84 72 .15 C opinion, however, that candidatesfor and to Fort Christmas.
Sunday ... .. .. .. .87 71 .05 C i congressmen will enter the primaries ;- Now, to convince the ultra brick We are fast getting our upstairs
Monday .... ... .... 89 70 . PC: of next year as contemplatedby advocates that a part of this money
Tuesday ... ... .. .. .88 71 .15 PCCloudy the supporters of the act in last 1 should be invested in clay roads is line of Ready-to-Wear goods in shape
(PC) Partly Cloudy; (C) ; legislature.AT the next proposition. In the first .
for the fall business.
(*C) Clear. place, they are not apt to see many
THE FAVORITE TODAY miles of brick roads unless this is

BOYS MUST TAKE TO done. This is not a threatjustsome j '
TALL TIMBER NOW 3 Big Reels 3 good prophesying!

Pictures Chnaged Daily One of the best and most practical .
The bathing tent provided by the "Jean Valjean, the Outcast" (Imp.) inventions of the age is the autos ,
Municipal League, for dressing pur. An extraordinary two-reel feature bile. We have passed the joy-riding
poses at Lake Leora, has now been adapted from Victor Hugo's celebrated period now, and are demanding automobiles -
completed, the flooring having been novel, "Les Miserables." The for their general uti1it i ).
put in yesterday, and is now for the greatest dramatic triumph of its kind Their greatest need is not in the city,
exclusive use of the ladies. The boys ever produced. It's just the kind of but in the country. To meet this de-
and men will now have to take to the a picture you have been longing to mand, we should be able to go not
tall timber. It is hoped some one see for many a day."Betty's alone to the city and return, but all N. P. YOWELL H
with a tent or two will donate their Bandit" (Frontier). A through the neighborhoods, to church,
use for the boys. Some benches also rip-snorting western comedy. to farm, to visit the neighbors, and
are needed. Tomorrow's special feature: these are not all on the brick highway -
"The Folly of War" (Bison). A by a large majority. Then, 1111111111111111111111.1111111111111111111111111111111"1"1 111111111111111"
BASEBALL RESULTS IN magnificent three-reel civil war dra there is intrinsic value in the clay
THE BIG LEAGUES ma. road; some auto owners, as well as brick road proposition solely. A''I'I plan meets my hearty approval. You and will reach and serve the country
Matinee, 2 to 5. Night, 7 to 10.' others, actually prefer them. I am scheme that will cover the whole II have put in plain language the one communities that it would be impos-
Special to The Sentinel Admission 5 cents to all. convinced that if proper width is given county and convince all the people complete and perfect proposition we sible to reach with brick.
National League Results as is that they are being considered can j Your letter in
now being done in some instances can put before the people of Orange my opinion so ad-
Pittsburg., 2; New York, 5. WELL KNOWN HORSEMAN they can be made fairly permanent and must be devised. county and win on. It would be man-mirably presents the one reasonable
Chicago, 1; Brooklyn, 3. DIES IN TAMPA Very.truly yours, ifestly unfair to build forty-five or I plan upon which all should agree thatI
Cincinnati, 7 Boston, 4. A. B. NEWTON.
; The country people hold the key to fifty miles of brick roads alone. Andas am taking the liberty of asking our
St. Louis, 2; Philadelphia, 1. W. W. Holmes, a well known horseman , the situation. to publish it If
They may seem to be a practical question a brick only papers you will pre-
American League Results who formerly brought his stringof scattered and disorganized, but they September 6, 1913. I proposition would be defeated. For sent this plan to the meeting to be
New York, 7; St. Louis, 10. horses to Orlando, died in Tampaa have a way of getting together and Hon. A. B. Newton, Winter Garden,! the main highways brick is the only held here on the 16th I will second it
Boston, 4; Detroit, 2. few days ago. He was known to I they have some powerfully winning Fla. material that can be considered, in to the best of my ability.

:Washington, 2; Cleveland, 1. many Orlando people, and his racing: ways with their city cousins. Then, Dear Sir-Replying to yours of my opinion, buffer the less traveled,. Yours very truly,

t f Philadelphia r- 3; Chicago,, 5. stock always excited admiration here., the city can not be united" :upon.. a-, the_4th instant, I beg to say that your;clay or marl will make good roads J. M. CHENEY.

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