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 13, 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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Direct Service, Postal Telegraph until a. m. 1\ PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY Orlando-Progressive Center of the State



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TION OF CARAVO MAD[EVflfWHT Special to The Sentinel DeLand, Fla., Sept. .-An inter- MAKES[ [ESCAPEe [ IN JAIL

New York, Sept. 12.-All the arrangements -
esting point of law was decided in the l
were made today for the I
circuit court by Judge Perkins, in

IMMEDIATE ACTIONHUERTA NEVER BEFORE IN HISTORY OF funeral of Mayor Gaynor, of this city.I volving a question of the right to sell { COOPER, ONCE SEN.
THE COUNTRY HAS"THERE The services will be held in Trinity liquor in Seminole county. Seminole. TENCED TO HANG ESCAPES

church on Monday, September 22 county was created by act of the leg.
r I The body will lie in state at the city islature at the last session and n o FROM DE LEON CONVICT _

WHEAT HARVEST hall from the time of its arrival on CAMP
PAID NO ATTENTION provision was made in the act regard SAYS UNDER COURT RULING
I i the steamship Lusitania from Liverpool the- of the of- --
THAT matter sale liquor.
Washington,. Sept. 12.An: enormous until the day of the funeral.Mr. The county had heretofore been a I. E. Cooper, who was serving a life)!
SLAYERS OF AMERICANSBE loss in the prospective production -i'I HIM-NOT IN COURT
sentence for the murder of Marshal!
Rufus Gaynor, son of the mayor portion of Orange county and was
PUNlSHEp of corn and indications of the who was with him at the time of voted dry under the prohibition act a J. H. Bowman of Punta Gorda city in TODAY

biggest wheat crop ever producedwere his demise, in a telegram today to Mr. few years a Arrangements had 1903, has escaped from the camp of

Special to The Sentinel.Washington 12. The United the feature of the government's Robert Adamson, the mayor's private been made for a negro to sell liquor the DeLeon Naval Stores company, Colebrook, N. H., Sept. 12.Thenext

Sept. September crop report. secretary, said they would sail with and upon being arrested he was taken near DeLand, and has not yet been legal battle in the case of HarryK.
States today made a pointedly urgent Hot weather and drought in a num- I
I recaptured. Thaw will probably be fought/ at
Caravo the casket from Liverpool on Satur- before a justice of the peace and
request that Captain Santa ber of the principal corn growing Concord N. H. before Governor Fel-
day, September 13. bound over to circuit court. It was Cooper was convicted and sentenced : ,
who is charged with the military murder states, during the month ending Sep- I
to be hanged. He repeatedly obtained ker. The Matteawan fugitive's lawyers -
and Robert It is more than likely that the New claimed that Seminole county had
of Edward Hayes tember 1 caused deterioration of '
a of execution and remained in learning today that an extradition -
Mexico be triedat York Stock Exchange will be closedon never voted dry and that there was stay
Thomas, at Madera, which calculate has
corn experts resulted -
The United States requested the day of the funeral. no law prohibiting the sale of liquorin jail at Arcadia for about five years.!,[ warrant from Acting Governor
Juarez. in the loss of bush-
321,000,000 '
earnestness that The board of governors will meet the county; that the prohibitionact Two governors having passed his case Glynn of New York was on the way

with equal be els, reducing the corn crop estimatesto next Monday to take action on the and constitutional provision pre- without final disposition of it, Governor to the New Hampshire capital, de-
representatives of this government bushels. This destructive
2,351,000,000 Gilchrist when he into office [cided to defer arraigning Thaw in .
evidence for the death of the mayor. sumed the right to sell liquor in all came police
allowed to
present crop weather caused a loss counties where the voters had not commuted the sentence to life court here and to demand a hear-
prosecution of Caravo. of about 3,600,000 bushels during July I I ing of the before he acts on
imprisonment. governor
voted dry under an election called for I
Mexico was also requested to bring and the August loss brought the total Body Lies in State at Liverpool '
that No such election hav- He had become a trusty, so it is un the matter of extradition. They sent
about the arrest and immediate pun up to 621,000,000 bushels since the Liverpool, Sept. 12.The body of purpose. ,
I, ing been held in Seminole i it derstood, and as such succeeded in representatives to Concord to confer
ishment of those responsible for the first estimates of Mayor Gaynor of New York tonightlies county
corn crop prospectswere I
I claimed the The making his escape. The convict les- with Felker and reinforced their ap-
was county was wet.
death of Immigration Inspector Odell, made by the government. in state in the Liverpool town '
sees offer $100 reward for his peal by telegraph.
t decided that Seminole recap-
who was shot at Juarez some time Texas alone of the six greatestcorn hall. On the arrival of the Baltic judge county 1 I
and Thaw in the meantime is here in
of ture send out a description as follows -
being a formerly dry
part a
growing states held her own dur-I tonight the casket containing the
the custody of Sheriff Drew.
ago.Huerta and the had :
formerly dry been I I
paid no attention to the ing August. Nebraska was hardest body was borne to the town hail 1 es county
"State prisoner No. 8568. Male He was to have been arraigned at
voted at election held :
original demand that the slayer of hit, and deterioration there during the cortedby a squad of mounted police. legally dry an 51 I
I under the prohibition act that the feet, 6 inches tall; weight 155 pounds, o'clock this morning, but his coun-
Hayes and Thomas be punished, and month amounting to thirty percent, The casket will be guarded by soldiers I '
sel after
county was dry until decided to the I I stocky build; black hair tinged \\ith' working vainly to persuade
of his
reminded two nights until o'clock
ago tomorrow
brought the condition of the crop to seven i
William Travers Jerome not to seize
light blue medium forehead
at election held for the gray; eyes; -:
contrary an
promise. The news today is that when it will be taken
thirty-seven per cent of a normal. morning, aboard I !
; small pointed nose; medium Thaw instantly, should the warrant
Huerta has instructed Caravo's arrest The loss in Missouri the Lusitania for shipment to New purpose."I I I
was twentynineper I' mouth; bad teeth, front teeth small; from New York be produced at once,
The trial of Caravo is now the York. Arrangements to have the I'
cent, crop being forty-one per medium chin, neck and shoulders !deferred bringing him into court on
looked upon by the state department cent normal. Kansas reported a con- body lie in state were made by direction -I
I II length of feet 10 inches. Peculiarities the ground that a preliminary hearing -
as one of great consequence, because I of the lord of ,I
dition of ten per cent of a normal mayor Liverpool as ,
Special to The Sentinel : Very hairy over back, and hipsgo would bring no good results. In

it is to be held near the border where the lowest recorded a mark of sympathy for the people' I:
ever and a loss I Seagirt, N. J., Sept. 12.Hundredsof straight down. Scars: mole out fact it might mean his liberation with
relatives of the dead men. are in position of twenty per cent during the month. of New York. the world's best rifle shots recruited
likely side right hip; scar right side of fore-!I incident possibilities of his seizure.
evidence. It is
to present Illinois, with the greatest acreage of from the United States, Canada, I head; long scar left side of forehead.',Shortly after noon it was announcedthat

that Consul Edwards at Juarez any state planted to corn, reported a WEST ORANGE PROSPEROUS South America and Europe, are here I "Born in Lake county, Florida, and I by mutual consent of counsel the
will attend the trial.
condition of sixtytwoper cent, a today to take part in two interna- sentenced from DeSoto county for I,I hearing has been put. over till tomorrow

loss of ten per cent; Iowa reported Messrs. Ray Roper, Oscar Reames, tional rifle matches in connection with murder, February 12, 1909.Tampa I I' morning.

PRESIDENT WILSONAT seventy-six per cent, a loss of nine, C. T. Sissions and R. L. Coppleman, the twenty-third annual tournamentof Times. Thaw slept well on the second nightof

per cent; Oklahoma thirty-nine pet, enterprising and substantial citizens the New York and New Jersey I' his detention in the Monadnock

cent, a loss of five per cent. of Winter Garden,, spent last evening State Rifle associations. The tournaI -" house. Four armed guards sat just

SUMMER HOME Never before in the history, of thE! in Orlando. They speak in glowing I meet, which opened today, will end LONG TEXAS DROUTH outside his door throughout the night,

country has there been such a bountiful , terms of the bright outlook for that ion Saturday, September 20., others paced about the corridors and

wheat harvest as has been gath. portion of Orange county. Mr. Ro. The North American match will be BROKEN BY SHOWERS around the building.

ACCOMPANIED BY SAME PARTY ered this year. This was due principally . per, while hobnobbing with a Sentinel shot by teams of eight men at 200, Thaw issued the following state-

AND ON SAME CAR AS IN to the bumper crop of winter o representative, said the farmers in 600, and 900 and 1,200 yards, fifteen ment:

wheat. Today's government estimate! his section were harvesting the largest : shots for record at each with
"I think the of
.of the spring wheat crop showed in,o i crop of hay ever known. Groundwas two sighting shots. The position will state would like to know by what
creased prospects for that crop, being prepared for fall planting I be at all and coachingwill I MONTHS RAIN FALLS GENERALLY -
Springfield, Mass., Sept. 12.President mak-I I, prone ranges I warrant of law or common sense the
ing the' total production packing houses were being be allowed. The will OVER STATE
Wilson passed through here at 9 put prize be a money of the people of the state of

o'clock en route to the summer white bushels I or increase of 4.3 per cent in shape for handling the citrus crop''I trophy presented by Brig. Gen. Bird I New York is being squandered like

house at Cornish, N. H. The trip over the August estimate. This increase and the outlook for good prices very I\V.: Spencer, president of the Associa. Dallas, Tex., Sept. 12.-The first i water by many more thousands of
brought the estimate of total promising. I tion of International Riflemen generally soaking rains in Texas in I
was reminiscent of former days, for !! executive j dollars than are available to me in
not only did the president ride on the wheat crop of the country to 754,000- I I officer of the tournament and inSpector -:I two months were reported yesterday j these persistent and unscrupulous efforts -
000 bushels, or 6,000,000 bushels more of the rifle : There[ has not been one storm covering -
general of
private car "Federal, from which he I I practice I to return me to Matteawan.
made most of his back platform than the great record crop of 1901. MUST ANSWER FOR NOT f New Jersey. the 265,000 square miles of the I "If I am sane then certainly I don'ti

speeches, but he was accompanied by Oats prospects, too, showed an increase Two matches which always attract state, but a series of heavy down- i belong to Matteawan; if I were/insane -

Secretary McAdoo, of the treasury of 3.7 per cent as a result of j POSTING DELAYED TRAINS special interest are the Nevada trophy pours here and there all over the; then the laws of New York state

department, Secretary Tumulty and the conditions existing during Augustand I I match and the Dryden trophy state since Sunday. (itself make it compulsory that I be

Dudley Field Malone, third assistant the crop now estimated at 1,066- I:match. The latter is an individual With a few exceptions, farmers advise .I' deported from New York to my home

secretary of state, all of whom were 000,000 bushels, or 38,000,000 bushels SEABOARD OFFICIALS MUST match at 600, 900, 1,000 and 1,200 crop prospects, including cotton, state, Pennsylvania. .

Mr. Wilson's traveling companions in more than predicted in August APPEAR BEFORE RAILROAD yards, ten shots at each distance. improved, but at some points rain "The statutes of New York require

pre-election days. I I This match was won in 1912 by SergtP. stopped cotton picking. that insane persons from another
McAdoo, Tumulty and Malone left WOMAN'S SUFFRAGE GAINS I! S. Schofield of Massachusetts. The Amarillo reported today that the state who are sent to Matteawan, or

the president's train at New Haven HEADWAY IN THE SOUTH : Dryden trophy is for the prize do- entire panhandle, the staked plains, to any other New York public asylum -
Tallahassee, Sept. 12.-The railroad i iI
continued j nated by the late Senator John country south of that region, and '
and to Beverly, Mass., commissioner3 have F. not charged with crime, and I as
where they conferred today with Col. Special to The Sentinel.Washington I I the Seaboard Air Line served railway for on Dryden, of New Jersey. It is opento western Oklahoma have been thor- an acquitted man stand exactly in

E. M. House, intimate friend of Pres- Sept. 12.-Woman's teams of eight men from the va- oughly soaked, and that excellent feed this class, shall be reported to the
suffrage is rapidly its I I hearing before them on the morningof rious branches crops, the main reliance of those sec
ident Wilson. They talked over the winning way of the service and the state board of deportation and
September 23, to to
answer charges
Boston collectorship and two other I in the South after half a century of National Guard. It is at 200, 600, and tions, are assured. promptly sent out of the state back
alleging violation of the
federal appointments in Massachu-! indifference to its claims. Announcement !I commission- 1,000 yards. In 1912 it was won by In southeast Texas, about Houston, to the state of their residence.
jers' rules 6 7 and 11 of the
setts. to this effect was made here to- passenger Massachusetts. nearly three inches of rain has fallen,
"The New York law is
day by Mrs. Solomon Jacobs, presi-I rules, in that said railway, as alleged filling streams which had recently. so anxiousto

dent of the Alabama 'I failed to bulletin delayed pas I dried up. These rains extended westward I get rid of alleged insane persons
PRESIDENT GUEST OF HIS Suffrage association LORENZ KILLED from another state that it provides
train and
t who is her senger post on bulletin I Ii to San Angelo.
DAUGHTERS AT BIRD MASQUE econsulting leaders '
doctors and if need be
I of the movement as to ways and !)i j board printed copy of rule 6, at Orlando Muenster, Germany, Sept. 12.-Aviator Central 'and north Texas points nurses supplied
of them.
to get
Special to The Sentinel means of furthering the cause below{ Fla., on July 21; and also that Hans Lorenz was killed here today have sent in continual reports of rain
"The United States courts have ad-
Windsor, Vt., Sept. 12.-President Mason and Dixon line. i I it failed to have clean passenger I as he was completing a two, for four days. About Fort Worth the I

Wilson tonight is the guest of his A call has been prepared by Miss'coaches and in proper condition for t hours' flight/ He steered the machinetoo precipitation today was the heaviest)judicated rne a resident of Pittsburgand
reaffirmed this fact within three
daughters, Eleanor and Margaret, at Kate Gordon, of New Orleans, inviting -( transportation of passengers on its steeply in a downward directionand since February. i j months.

the presentation of the much heralded governors of Southern states to i I Orlando-Wildwood branch. the wings buckled, the aeroplane Other points reporting rain are
"Now, why does New York official
'I any
bird masque called "Sanctuary," the I meet in New Orleans in November I falling to the /ground. The gasoline Sherman, Marshall, Stamford and
squander York
leading feminine role, that of Oris,! for the purpose of drawing a model I FROST KILLS WILSON CROP tank exploded and the pilot's body scores of places scattered in between return ? money to
I me
the bird spirit, being played by Elea suffrage amendment for their various I was partly burned before the fire these points which embrace the state's (Signed) "Harry K. Thaw."

nor. The play is a practical protest stat econstitutions. I TemperatureBelow Freezing at the could be extinguished.We richest agricultural belt.
against the slaughter of birds for President's Summer Home Talk of plots to kidnap Thaw was

noticed little still heard today and every time an
plumage.The BODY IDENTIFIED a pretty cottage; RYAN CONVICTED
president arrived at Harakenden Cornish, N. H., Sept. 12.Therewas over in Concord Park that has over automobile whizzed down the street

house at one o'clock this after I Special to The Sentinel consternation in the culinary department the front doorway the unique and Nearly all of yesterday and a por- with muffler open the guards tightened

noon and plans to remain here until New York, Sept. 12.-The young of President Wilson's summer pretty name, "We Two. Every home tion of last night was taken up by i their grip on their automatic

Monday. woman, portions of whose dismem.I home yesterday when it was discovered that has a name, at once assumes a the criminal court in the trial of F. II pistols.

bered body were recovered from the that frost that night had personality. We like to see the A. Ryan, charged with being intimate The pro.Thaw Canadian contingent

THE WEATHER waters of the Hudson river and New ruined the truck garden at Harlakenden names. Let us have many more of with his stepdaughter, Marie Wood- which followed him over the border

York bay, was positively identified tonight House. Late corn and other vegetables them. ward. after his sudden deportation via Nor

Florida: Fair Saturday except local as that of Annette Day, of Wil- were badly damaged. The for the bird masque which is to be : The jury brought in a verdict last ton's Mills, Vt., was somewhat depleted -

showers in northwest and extreme liamsburg. The identification was temperature went down below freez- presented at Meriden Friday evening,I I night at 9:30 o'clock of guilty. Eyan today, although more than a

south portion. Sunday, local showers made by the young woman's brother, ing point. as a protest against the slaughter of i i will probably be sentenced by Judge dozen were waiting the outcome of

except fair in north. Francis Day. I Miss Eleanor Wilson, youngest wild birds for commercial purposes. Warlow this morning. the.court procedure.

daughter of the president, this afternoon ,Miss Wilson is to play Ornis, the bird I While the residents of Colebrook

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Apopka, Sept. 11.-In honor of
y Miss Irine Sharps, of Live Oak, Fla., Miami, Sept. 11.-Marooned on El

c who is visiting Miss Ida Sermons, liott's Key, but still alive, a whale
e Mr. and Mrs. John Powell entertained said to be 200 feet long is awaiting II I
delightfully Thursday evening at the capture by Miami fishermen. The i

home of :Miss Ida Sermons. Interest- monster was sighted yesterday and

ing games were played and im- word was brought to the city early GREAT'SHIRT ,

promptu musical program was ren- this morning by a negro, who said I

dered. The evening was very pleasantly the denizen of the deep was bigger II II I

spent, after which the hostess, than the Budge building where he r

assisted by Mrs. Alice Sermons of first told his story. According to the II I ___

Tampa, Fla., served an ice course and negro, the whale is still alive, but t

grape juice punch. the water is too shallow to allow it SALEI I i

Miss Ida Sermons and her sister, to get off the key. + a
Pearl, have just arrived home from Several fishing boats left immediately I 1. WII

Washington, D. C., where they spent for the key, in hope of capturing s

their summer vacation. the whale.
Whales have been in these
Miss Cora L. Sermons will leave seen

Friday for Fort Meade, Fla., where waters several times, and at one time

she will spend the winter there teach a school of twelve or fifteen was 'AT'
stranded further north along the
ing. '
coast, it is said.
Miss P. L Sermons will leave Sat- Brown & Lartiue'sn '

urday for Clearwater. She is one of
the teachers of Clearwater schools. "DEAD," SHE SITS UP AND

Miss Wilton J. Hooper will leave I k

the first of October for Jacksonvilleto
Sharon, Pa.-When Mrs.
enter Baptist academy.
Everhardt, an aged woman, awoke I
Fred Davis will leave for Savannah .
from a trance she found her children -
Ga., the first of October to enter :
gathered around her bedside and Sc
the Georgia State college. an undertaker arranging her body See in Window
Apopka stands in the first rant of preparatory to beginning the embalming m
Orange county.
process. Mrs. Everhardt had
Miss Hazel Hooper, who has been
been stricken with heart disease anda
spending her vacation in west Flor
physician could detect no signs of
ida, is expected home the last of the
month. life. Every known test was applied LONNIE TOMLINSONWho
to detect signs of life, but all failed.
The Baptist Christians
are con When the undertaker arrived he will deliver his Lecture "Who's Who-and Why?"
ducting an interesting revival meet
ing under the leadership of their carefully examined the body of Mrs. I At the City Opera House, Monday Night, Sept. 15, 1913.MMMHiMIHIMMIMIIMMIimMHMMMIHMM.
Everhardt and, while no signs of life -
could be detected, he called in then ..
Rev. S. H. Hadley, D. D., i
pastor family to consult with them. It was !
charge of St. Paul A. M. E. church, & BATES
at juncture that the "dead" woman I
Apopka, returned from a visit at his j
home in Ocala.A. rose up in bed and seeing her ; ; ROOM 5. BAND BLOCK PHONE 156 FOE S..8..LE
children crying and the undertaker

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this all about" One of the children
carelessly informed her that they had FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES MmmmttaMniMttiti ! Six-room, Bath and Pantry, :Modern house. One Block
Savannah, Ga., Sept. 11.-Atlantic AND DO ALL KINDS OF
believed her dead and had sent for YOU WILL SAVE MONEYBy from and in view of Lake Lucerne. Two blocks from
Coast Line express car was robbed of the \undertaker OPTICAL REPAIRING ; ;
On her hearing this
$50,000 between New York and Sa- Mrs. Everhardt fainted and is now ina Getting Prices on your ; ; station, east side of Atlantic Coast Line Railroad. Lot

vannah. The money was sent from critical condition. Brick and Stone Work 100x142 feet, shaded on west by Camphor trees, on
the Chase Before
National bank of New'York Building.
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10.me :savannah Hank and Trust com NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS Phone or Write ; ; by 50 bearing Grapefruit

pany of Savannah, and should have acme ,Brick and ; ; and Oranges and 100 younger trees; also English

arrived yesterday morning. It was This is an appeal to the advertiser I Walnuts, Guavas, Pecans, Bananas, and Pineapples
in a portable safe when it left Jersey who sends in StoneYorks
copy Saturday afternoonfor DR. L. H. RAMSDELL .
City. When it reached Savannah the the Sunday paper, and to tell him OPTOMETRIST MAITLAND, FLORIDACHAS. ; ; bearing. 40 Acres heavy pine timbered Land, northwest "

seals were intact, but the money to get it to this office not later than A. DALLAS, Prop.ANNOUNCEMENT ! side Lake Barton,
had (Successor to Dr. 0. P. Likins)
disappeared.Let twelve o'clock (noon) SATURDAYIf " ,11,1,11,1,1111,
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1 ing. Send you rorder, tell us about to set it up for hie. Keep in touch with Orlando throughthe Just received new lot factory sec Apply "Sentinel" OfficetitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMMiiiiiiBiiiniHt

what you want and rest assured that Sentinel while on your vacation. onds. They look good to us.

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PARTS OF FLORIDA I settled in brighter
am now larger,
and better quarters in the Rock.building BEFORE DECIDING
Within three months Largo will I What You WantilowYonWantlt opposite the San Juan hotel,

have electric lights. rooms 1 and 2, which my increasing

business required.I .
Bartow is planning for a boosting i
am revising my sales list, and am

campaign News comes this winter.that Zephyrhills is to 1IIIIIIIIIIelllt'I'When You Want" It" ready property.From to all list reports your received city and from country my ar t e r M Il [ in min !

have a real White Way. That's the friends and business connections in
4TT For anything in the "CADILLAC"J
way to progress. II the North, I shall do a large business
line of PRINTING
this winter, and will use my best ef-
\I| come to us and we
Work is to commence by the fifteenth -! II will forts to sell the properties listed with
guarantee you
of October on the new bank it (
building! to be erected in Zephyrhills.The that satisfactory are RIGHT.work at prices me.I have many satisfied customers, \

who became winter residents of Or-
jail at Zolfo is being improvedand lando and vicinity by my personal
the premises are being put in a +frOtiMM mtmilltlli
efforts, and they are now boosting for
thoroughly clean and sanitary condi- Orlando and ( ,
tion. .
Yours truly,
Notices of Lost, Wanted For Sale, For \
tent, etc. for this column, 25e for one day, CARL JANS :N,
The Suwannee high school in Live 50e for three dayS, or 75c for one week, for Real Estate, Notary Public, Fire
Oak will begin the fall term Monday, 25 words or less. Money must accompanythe
advertisements for this column as no Insurance. 1m d&w
September 22. A large attendance is insertions will be made on credit.MISCELLANEOUS.

expected this year.It -

-, 1 THE WILLOLAModern
is understood that a crate and If you want the news, subscribe for

barrel factory is to be established in The Daily Sentinel. Home-Like I

Callahan between now and the time Prices Moderate ORLANDO AUTO AND SUPPLY COMPANY
for the harvesting of the potato crop Money to loan on improved prop-
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Gadsen county's tobacco is the '
crop column
vertise in the Sentinel's classified
finest in her history and it is said and get a tenant. If you want the news, subscribe for I I A want ad. in the Daily Sentinel : If you want the news, subscribe for

that if tobacco keeps coming in at MRS. W. T. WALKER. The Daily Sentinel. 'I always pays. The Daily Sentinel.

Quincy even the opera house ,will Dr. J. C. Howell, Osteopath, has ORLANDO FLORIDA
have to be rented to house it. returned and will be at his office, in 1IIU..1
'.. . .. ... .
Cheney block, every day from 10 to

The lime crop on the Florida keysis 12 and by appointment. Phone, office .MBMteiimOtHIMttMMt 'IOWL ol,mmmmmmmmG: ;
the heaviest for several years and or residence. 9-ll-6t ,

the prices have been high from the 11111111..11..
beginning until now. The last cargo Hotel Breakers, Daytona Beach; a tlllllll.ljlll..
brought from ten to twelve dollars new hotel; has all modern conven-

a barrel.A vigilance. committee-:- has been or-I and iences ocean upwards.; fronts pier. on Special Rates Ocean$2.50 rates just per by southof day the I 'T pa + a Gas Range e for [sec r eecies

week or month. We make a specialty -
ganized in Daytona to patrol the of sea food dinners Thursday even- You are suddenly called from home; some member of the family takes ill during the
streets there to check the operationsof 7-8-tf. night; friends come in unexpectedly-various other domestic emergencies arise
and Sunday noon.
sneak thieves, who usually become which require a fire in 'a hurry. Are you prepared for such contingencies? Have

active this season of the year. NEW MEAT MARKETWe ALL THINGS you a gas range, or are you "battling" with a wood or coal stove?

ARE JUDGEDBy In days before matches were invented the housewife kept a fire burning con-
Work is progressing nicely on the ask if will please try the
comparison. There MUST bea tinuously'because to build a fire by friction and gunpowder was a tedious job.
new steam syrup factory which is new meat market that we have just standard in Ice Cream. POINSETTIA The value of a quick-fire was recognized in the long-ago. Then came the match

being erected at Zephyrhills. This opened up at 410 West Church street. is the recognized standard and the wood stove, but for emergency purposes it falls short of the mark. But

,i will prove a great benefit to the new We handle all kinds of Florida and such, and a we high maintain degree of the perfectionthat qualityat the gas range came along. It is "direct transmission" applied to kitchen affairs-

settlers as they will find a ready mar- Western meats. Quick delivery. competition is hardly notice and can be geared up to the giant burner, or slowed down to the simmerer.

ket for,their cane. Phone 41. W. T. Pollock, proprietor. able. Why subject yourself to an old-fashioned stove when all this inconvenience can

--- ---- FOR SALE Made of PURE cream be removed by buying a range. The gas stove is quick, clean, reliable, economical.Let .
Bay county's first fair, held at sterilized the products of us prove to you all the claims we have made by installing one for you now.
Lynn Haven, proved to be a great ASK your grocer for Jackson Square inspected and passed dai .s .

success and the people feel very Coffee. 621tf. ries. O ORLANDO O WATER AND LIGHT CO1 .
proud of their achievement. The BUY a'lot in Thornton Park, a nice MADE INJL PALACE OF J I'
weather was ideal and the exhibitswere suburb in east part of the city. Call
very interesting.The Jensen. cleanliness and by the most aSPECIAL

FOR SALE-New modern five-room modern machinery. lltlMiMMMIIIimtMMMillMHMIIIIIMHtiMIHIItteiniit "
Manatee River Journal recently house, centrally located. Apply this o III'I'I 'I"IIIIIIIII'II'III'IIIII"Q'III"'I'IIIIIIO'IIOI"I'III" '
office. 7-1 d & w tf
published a cut of the old courthouse -
as it now stands in Braden FOR SALE-A good Jersey cow with

town, and a cut of the handsome new heifer calf. Isaac Vanderpool l, BESTIts
one in course of construction and Maitland, Fla. '6td-ltw ilMMIMIMIIIIilMimMIMMIMIHIHHiMIMMt ;; ; ; ; ; i i ;' :
for sale
nearing completion. The comparison
FOR SALE-One cylinder Cadillac. I In your town
is great. Manatee has a populationof
John Ammann, P. 0. Box 393. PRICES !
3,500, nearly double that of any 9-11-lwk

other town in the county. V.W.ESTES&CO.ORLANDO. .
FOR SAI.E.-Two good sound and
gentle mules. Fine workers md FLA.
Frederick A. Kemp, the fouryearold a bargain, if taken at once. Cali on I
son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kempof or address C. Whitney Wright, Or- No. :

Fulford, died a few afternoonsago lando, Fla. 7-10 d&w We always have special prices, but we

in the office of Dr. J. G. DuPuis, FOR ,SALE-Player piano, 88-note, do net have sales.
at Lemon City. The little fellow Remington, made by Starr Piano any

swallowed a screw an inch and a half Co., Richmond, Ind. Cost $700 new, Our plan is to' take the it would
I slightly used, good shape in every respect money
long and it lodged in his neck. Dr.

DuPuis endeavored to remove the cash. Music Will make with some same.reduction For further for der aQzi cost to make a sale, and put it into Real

screw, but found that the swelling information apply to P.. 0. Box 114
prevented. An incision was then Winter Garden, Fla. 7-10-dwtf +, 'I Bargains, such as, will be to our custom

made in the neck, and the screw removed .
of ers'
FOR acres good pine 1 advantage.We .
but the fight had been so and hammock land on the east side
hard, the boy died soon afterward.The of Lake Apopka. This tract of land I mention a few articles that will go
is exceedingly good for citrus -
parents of the child moved to growing
and trucking. The timber is in
Dade county from South Dakota last its virgin state. Call on or address at prices :

fall, and settled on a farm. ,Mrs. W. T. Walker, Orlando, Fla. .
$2.50 and $3.00 White
9-11-lm _, Regular Pique .
DADE CITY MAN FOR RENT Skirts at $1.74. .
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FOR RENT-Cottage end: flat, fur This book tells how everybodypays Regular $1.50 and $ 2.00 White Skirts
nished and unfurnished. i i
Sept. 11.-Henry P. 6-26 tf. JAMES A. KNOX. and whether or not they at 96 Cents. _
Starrett of Dade City, Fla., has been entitled to credit. _

appointed as consul to Cartagena, Co FOR Call FENT-Five on or address room J. Schnaar cottage.,,, I are A new line of Shirt Waists and Balkan

lombia. The post pays a salary of Church street, Orlando, Fla. 9-11-tf ORLANDO BUSINESS MEN'S
$2,000 a year. Blouses from 46 Cents up.
FOR RENT-Large, well furnishedroom ASSOCIATION.
The appointment was made on the to persons wishing suburban ._ 25 Per Cent off on Shoes.
endorsement of Senator Fletcher -- ------
accommodations; also 2 acres good 1
Secretary of State Bryan. Mr. Star truck land, close in. Good opportu-
rett took the consular examinationsome nity for right person. Address "A,"
Sentinel. 9-8tf
months ago and has been on ---...:-
the eligible list for some time. He is FOR RENT Store room on the busy

a son-in-law of W. N. Ferguson ol I corner of Church and Garland
H. K f N y rK BaraOrlalulo i
Dade City. |I opening streets. for Size dry of goods store, shoes 24x70.and Good millinery w r[ f

SENTINEL BUSINESS LOCALS i store. \\)1. Slemons. 9-G-lm flt4

r 1IIIIIDIIIIIII..llfllllllllltIIOIOII.I.oeC..IIIICIII.'G'Ol l"'OCI'let "lr'I..
Bring together buyer and seller I WANTED I 1&1""I"I'I'QG IQ'IIIIII'lelllll+ tIGOOIG'II'11.111111.1..t.I.O. ..

landlord and tenant, employer and WANTED-Plain sewing of all

employe, loser and finder. They do kinds. 13 Church street, over Fa- illll.lle..I.II.III..II.t..telllllllllllllliIOtfl.11oe..tl lllll.II..rSt

an enormous amount of work at a vorite theater. 9-3-lmo.

ridiculously hundreds daily.small price.Everybody They reads reach LOST AND FOUND lisn an SeivicehIeAreI an ccessories at [conomical rrices

them. LOST-Liver colored pointer with
city tag 91. Please notify Butt's quality confections by a trial purchase -'
Kandy Kitchen. tf of a pound box"of our I Suits for men, women or boys. If you Intend to spend the holiday out of
As an advertising medium the Sun -- -- -+--- Dresses for women and girls. town do not forget these:
FOUND-A bicycle. Call at William CHOCOLATESBOX !
day newspaper has no equal. If you Haley's 201 South street. Ownercan BOXS Straw or felt hats or caps for man or boy. UMBRELLAS
are skeptical as to the results ob- have same by paying for this ad. New Neckwear. PARASOLS
tained by the use of printer's ink, try ------ -_.- .- A "pointer" for the person wanting Crepe and muslin waists. RAINCOATS

an advertisment in the Sunday Sen- FOUND-A riding skirt. Owner can the best at a reasonable price-the : Wool and cotton dress skirts. Suit Cases, Grips or Trunks-a Complete
tinel. No copy taken after Saturdaynoon. get same by calling at the Sentinel utmost in purity and deliciousness. : Balkan blouses. Line.,
office and paying for this ad. Daintily packed and in the original -

shapes and variety of flavors.BUTT'S :
Our job department is equippedwith Come in and pay us a visit anytime just to' look around.. We feel sure jw will >see
Let the people who have furnished up-to-date faces of type, modern Kandy Kitchen : something to interest 1IL
rooms to let have it known by adver- machinery and competent workmen, .
tising in the Daily Sentinel Busi- and prepared to turn out beautifuland .
ness locals are read by everybody artistic work. Estimates fur- When you trade at home you help : B. SALOMON ORLANDOiiimiiiMMiiiiii
every morning. nished and satisfaction guaranteed. the other fellow to help you. : ,

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?. THE DAILY THE "SUPPRESSING" OF NEWS I'NEW FRUIT LAWI The daily papers ought to get a.+ llllllllllllllltt"rII

I I I i AID TO GROWERS new'cut of Congressman Frank Clark. I
; South Florida SentinelMORNING
This week we looked in a Those they are using make him look : >
AND WEEKLY ing exchange expecting to neighbOr-I I "If the grapefruit growers of Dade like a young 'college graduate about J ,

JOSIAH FERRIS, Editor and Owner- - count of how a young man had gone county will use discretion in their 25 years of age.Ir.. Clark's humor ; : TIRE ECONOMY
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Entered at the pustoffice at Orlando Florida wrong, as it has appeared in the daily first picking, they will be all right. and oratory are perennial, but his :
as Second Class Mail Matter. papers. Not a line about the young i' The market will be good this year face and body must naturally grow ; TIRE SECURITY
SUBSCRIPTION RATES man could we find. And we knew for the crop is short over the state old the same as the rest of us. '

why at once. A heart broken wifeor I with the exception of this portion," o : TIRE COMFORTThat
: TilE DAILY ,SENTINEL relative had to the editor and I I -
gone said N. 0. Penney, state fruit inspector Canadian law is II
One Year ................... .$5.00 asked him to "say nothing," and the who is spending some timein a peculiar thing. I I
After : "
Six Months ................... 2.50Three editor had listened and the tears had Miami and vicinity inspecting the II setting a hearing for, a man, I is the restone"com-

, Months ................. 1.25 won the promise from him. We have j I grapefruit which is fast becoming I they the countI'-Tampa have him seized and Tribune.put out of j; : bination - particularly o n

By news carrier in Orlando 50 cents per gone through with the same thing; ready to be placed on the market. I Most of us have been giving him a''; : NON-SKID Tires.
month. Daily and Sunday. ourselves dozens of times. An editor I I "The new citrus fruit law, passedat to such Economy
hearing an extent and for so'
The Orlando Morning Sentinel can be foundon is only human. He1 has his likes and the last legislature, will be a greatj I : of longest
sale in Orlando at Curtis &: O'Neal's Books long a time, that it will be a great : wear---Security
Store, and Wright Brothers.We his dislikes; he loves and he hates;j!thing for the people in general, and I
I relief when he is again inside that big : against accident-comfort
will appreciate prompt eomplaint if his strength between love and dutyis :will, I think, prove satisfactory," he at Matteawan. of
delivery is not promptly made by our carriers. gate And please, Ir.I
just like that of the average citi-!'continued. "It is not so much the I Milkman don't : of resiliencyTircstone
leave it open again ..
Advertising rates will be furnished on ap
plication. zen. We remember one case in par-:|law itself, as it is that the authorityis I _.

THE WEEKLY SENTINEL ticular. We had let a certain thinggo given to instruct the growers as .1I01i1l11I1IIIIIIIi 1 !
Per year, by mail postage paid........$1.00 by unmentioned because a tearful to when the fruit is ready to go. It :
Address Office 107 THE Court SENTINEL Street,,Arcade Orlando.Building.Florida mother, bowed down with her cross,'gives them something definite to UPREMEAUTO
Phone %4- had come to us and begged the favor..;,work by, and insures uniformity in

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1913. A big headed man jumped us about it the shipments out of the state.
and called us a coward for so doing.A .: "Take one man, for instance, who g TIRES

The school bells will soon ring. short time afterwards the shadowfell has fruit but is timid, and is afraidto OIL.
-V--- across his threshold and he camerunning I, risk shipping, and hesitates. His . NONSKIDCost

People who stay up late at night and begged us to say noth- neighbor, perhaps, whose fruit is not
J thinking something interesting may ing. |so good is much bolder and will take "Perfect Lubricationin

happen are always disappointed except "Yes," we replied, "but don't you the risk. Now, with an inspector on Every Drop" most to build -

the police. remember how you called us a cow-'' hand to advise, both men may get au- ...... --but cost you least ,
ard for keeping still?" "I know," he thority to go ahead. The timid man to use. Ask for Book c.
F Weather records v of Panama for 22 replied, "but I was wrong. It is different -:will be given confidence, and the bold Is produced, refined, transported Vhat'sThat in ' F
and distributed by largest
show that the canal each now." And we listened even'one will be held back until his fruit is .
years zone Independent Oil Refining Com- Tires. ; '
year has eight months that can be to him. There are things that an ed- I thoroughly ready to ship. It givesall
pany in the world, and only selected 4
itor can't suppress. There are other growers equal opportunities." I I
classed as wet and four as dry. crude is used in its man :
o- things that he can forget with pro- He wishes to caution all growersto ufacture.P.G.WALTONAgent. .
Huerta declares that he will not priety. As far as we are concerned; pick carefully early in the season, II.it. : I W PHILLIPS '
pay any American claims for damages we would rather lessen the grief ofa or there will be trouble for them per- i s r

until the United States recognizeshis parent than to throw out a morsel sonally, as well as injury to the gen-
Gulf Co
government. And, besides, he is i for the vulgar, gossiping public to eral reputation of the state and the' Refining j &SONS S .
wholly out of money.o feed upon. We would rather wipe grapefruit produced here. Mr. Pen S
o away the tears from the eyes of a ney was particularly pleased with the !

is generally admitted that the mother than to "have nerve' 'enoughto I fruit at Homestead where he spent

s children's time is so valuable that join a heartless crowd of flying,I yesterday and said that it seems to PHONES j U UIHMMIMMMMMMIMMt :
they can't be expected to be punc tongues and sink the iron deeper into be more colored than that closer to
tual at school and waste 10 minutesin her tender Soul. So when in this I Miami. It is also sweet and cuts HIIIIMIIMIIMIIMMMtMtltlHitHltlltOllliimtfFOR

preliminary exercises. neighboring paper we failed to find nicely. _______ h _
o what we wanted, we made no comment Shippers in general are eager to

According to the Indianapolis News, But down deep in our heartwe I co-operate with.the inspectors in getting
there is about as much difference admired that editor and liked him t only good stock to send out, and I ,
tween a campaign contribution be-I, better because he had a heart that;no trouble whatever is anticipated

loan as there is between a boxing i icontest. was tender, and he would rather lis this year, according to Mr. Penney.His SEPTEMBER
'and a prize fighto ten to the jibes of the unfeeling pub I territory extends over Dade, .r
lic than to the sobs of the heart broken Palm Beach, Brevard, St. Lucie, Vo.
mother or wife.WEATHER lusia and St. Johns counties and
There is no solitude so miserableas up-
that of a man alone in a great city, o on leaving here he will work north, Birthday Gifts--The SapphireSEPTEMBER'S

says the wayside philosopher; save, FORECASTINGThere but will 'come back frequently of
perhaps that of a man alone in a course during the shipping season.
town of 3,422 inhabitants., The fruit is subject to the acid test
o are indications that science!I I between September 1 and November -
may soon catch up wiht the almanacmaker
Washington is more or less excited Mttropolis.
the oldest inhabitant, and the
because a street car with a seating o -
expert in forecasting weather changesby
capacity; of forty-four showed ill 5 the goose-bone, rings around the JUST PURE LUCK OF CONSTANCY, TRUTH, HAPPINESS AND SUCCESS.
fares rUng up on the register. That's ,
moon or rheumatic pains. Professor
nothing, if you're used to it! Frost of the Yerkes observatory an "There is.a state law providing: LET US SHOW IT TO YOU MOUNTED IN A BRACE-

o I nounces important discoveries con, that no person under 18 years of age: LET, HANDY PIN, BAR PIN, LOCKET OR RING, ANY
All forward looking men-and wo cerning the effects produced upon the shall drive an automobile on a public -
men-should begin to get ready to do atmosphere by changes in the radiation highway," remarks the Orlando ONE OF WHICH WILL MAKE HER EYES SPARKLE; WITH

their Christmas shopping early. Do of the sun. The variability of Sentinel, quoting an exchange, and
you expect to find bargains in parasols the "solar constant," we are told, does remarks that many arrests could be DELIGHT.
and ice cream sets next Decem- not produce immediate effects upon made every day if the county authorities FOR MEN WE HAVE THIS BEAUTIFUL, CLEAR-
ber? the weather the and city authorities bothered to
atmosphere inter .
posing to communicate the changes do it. In Jacksonville, children, apparently '
The Pittsburg Chronicle para- gradually. The problem for scientists I of 12 years of age, are frequentlY LINKS. J
grapher is responsible for this When I
therefore is to master the laws regulating noted driving high-powered
King George hears that Jerome COME IN AND SEE THEM.
was these processes, after which i it. cars, sometimes with half a dozen
playing poker in his dominions, the will be possible to tell what the other small children in the cars.
ne\b is likely to bring a royal flushto Which to out the idea
weather will be a year in advance. I i goes carry suggested
his cheek. It will be a boon to everybody, and by Vice-President Marshall,

o particularly to the farmer, if he can that mothers care very little for their
There will not Abe some openingsfor be children in the this
furnished with a weather chart on present age-and Eu.Evansthe
male clerks in the United States the first day of the year, which will I applies particularly to the leisure JewelerOPPOSITE
treasury department. The department give him accurate and reliable knowl class and the well-to-do. It is just
has issued an order that pow edge concerning the storms and pure luck when the little boy or girl
der shall not be used by any of the drouths of the seasons to follow. The brings the car and its precious freight
clerks while on duty. home.-Times Union. POSTOFFICE
will also be benefited, and intact
every enterprise in any way af. ----0--
Some one threw a lighted matchon
fected by wind and rain and snow Coming events cast their shadows EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING
the street at Columbus. It set
will profit by the new science, if pre before. Hay fever paragraphs have
fire to girl's skirt
a x-ray necessitating dictions
now made come true. arrived. "Shadows" is right.
swift flight to a nearby taxi. So I

perplexing was her plight that she -... ------ --
vows she will never, no never again
appear petticoatless public.

Republican calamity o-howlers have San Juan Garage

been bereft of their last chance to

cry panic since the big bankers of -
the country authoritatively stated to

the currency commission that the All that is in favor in Ladies'
new money bill will work no injury

in any way to the financial interestsof REBUILTOne -
the country.In .
o >

a way all men are created equal,
as the famed declaration alleges, but

they food grow, environment up differently and opportunity., accordingto 1912 Five Passenger Touring! Car, I Furnishings and Fancy Notions

It is with communities as it is with complete, new tires -

men. Some are strong, eelf-conscious,
sure of themselves and their ability $450One

to claim and hold their own, while

others are subservient, weak, grovel-
ing and dependent. Cadillac Five
o Passenger Touring Car,

The most casual observer who rides complete
around the city can easily see that \
the most crying need for brick paving $600 I

at the earliest possible moment, II
is to finish north Orange avenue to I

the railroad crossing, and around One 1912 Four
Passenger 30
h.p. Car
Lake Lucerne and south on Kuhl avenue I
to the city limits. Everybody complete
who starts for a ride, either in auto- Marion B. Ives

mobile, motorcycle, bicycle, carriage $550 I IDon't

or two horse wagon, travels this
route., It is an old saying that "A
man 'is judged by the company he
keeps," and it is equally true in these torget that our Ajax Tires carry a written EXCLUSIVE MILLINERY PARLORS

latter days that a city and a of .
coun- miles.
try is judged by the roads they keep, 5,000 McCALLUM SILK HOSIERY Second Floor BON TON CORSETS

or fail to keep. -
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We are getting returns, gratifying returns of our advocacy '
of the famous"EIFFEL

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

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

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- EJ 4': wonder-other stores sell them at 39c a garment or 75c a suit.

"Sorosis," "Banister," "Elk," "Beacon," and "Bostonian"Shoes

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


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

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Mr. George W. Beahr, of Boston, is Mr. W. A. Green came up from Mr. G. C. McClure, a prominent,1 HMIIIilMMIIIMMIMIHmtMMMMMOHIIIIIItHMarvel
I registered at the San Juan today. Tampa last night and is spending today young lawyer of Ocala is in Orlando'i'
WADE with his son; Mr. Ernest Green. .today to attend the funeral of his
THE TUNERORLANDO.FLA Mr. Hobart E. Hare, of Jacksonville I college friend, Mr. Earl Horner,which Flour

is among the guests at the San The front of the new HyerHansonblock i will take place this morning at 10 ,a
J Juan today. on Pine street is one rpw of I o'clock. I I
Will make bread.
bricks higher than Tom Mann's new I II 1 I good Try it. We havecity

Mrs. P. F. Laubach left yesterdayto Messrs. L A. Develle and J. C. Ott- building. Does that one I row of brick Miss Belle Limerick returned this agency.Dill.

visit relatives in Atlanta, Ga. man are Tampa folks sojourning in put it in the "sky scraper" class week to her home in Jacksonville,f fs:!
Orlando today. after a short visit with Misses Roberta -:s
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Brodwater have Miss
Branch and Zelma Lewter. ;,
Mr. J. T. Bird left yesterday on a
visit to relatives in Rossville, Ga. Mrs. J. C. Mattocks and little moved their household goods into the I Limerick holds a good position as!I! Pickles
daughter, of Mount Dora, are among Chapman flat, north Orange avenue, stenographer with the S. A. L rail-(
I today's visitors to Orlando. where they will be at home after road." I
Mr. H. L Bourman, of Akron, 0., By bulk or can.
their return from their summer's outing I
is a late arrival at the San Juan. I
I i Mr. H. G. Seagroatt, representingthe . E. W. Jackson, a colored photographer I .

a Roy Hotaling has gone'to St. Pe-. United Paper company, of Atlanta who was engaged in business in
tersburg, where he has a contract for Ga., is i in Orlando today.. Miss Ella Stagg writes from Rich- Orlando for several years, died in
brick work. I I mond, Va., that she has had a very Athens, Ga., Wednesday. The deceased OleomargarineThe
I. Mr. S. W. Stress, of Brockton, delightful visit there with her grand was a brother of one of Or
Mr. A. H. Fuller-, of Altamonte, Mass., is spending today in Orlando, mother and aunts, and will be in Bal- I lando's oldest and best known barbers -; best on the market. Always in stock.

was among the visitors to Orlando a guest of the San Juan. timore for the opening"of school next'' A. P. Jackson. 1 j

yesterday.Mr. Monday. I''I I I
I l Mr. R. F Boyd,. a prominent naval :Miss Laura Lewter leaves today for. CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS. .

A. L Beck returned last night 'stores operator Jacksonville, trans- Mr. and Mrs. E. .H. Walker and l I Apopka, where she will be ,engaged I I
Ariel the acted business in Orlando yesterday. sons, Masters Wilson and Edward, with work for the ensuing year as ;
from a business trip to on I I I
East Coast I I' have returned from their trip to Den- one of the teaching force of the public -I j THE SANITARY GROCERY ct

I! Miss Se Belle Smith will leave on ver, Colo., where Mr. Walker attended schools. Miss Lewter has taught 11 .

Mr. J. F. Watkins left yesterdayfor Tuesday for Bristol,Tenn., where she the Knights Templar triennial con successfully for several years and !t CARUTHERS & GORE

a couple of weeks visit to Chattanooga will be a student at Sullins collegethe clave. Apopka is fortunate in securing so !. Phone 200 6 & 8 Pine Street.-

Tenn. coming year. I good a teacher. [. HIMIISHHHIMMIIIIIiillMIMMMMMIIIilillllUSchool.
"I Mr. William Schnaar; brother of I .
Mrs. M. J. Timmons and children'are Mr. R. R. Rice, of Apalachicola, the our fellow townsman, Mr. John!, Braxton. Beacham, Jr., leaves tonight -,
here from Citr'a visiting Mr. and clever representative of the Apalachee 1'Schnaar'I is in.Orlando for a coupleof for Charlottsville, Va., where I
Mrs. 0. W. Leake. ''i Packing company;-packers and ship- days from his home near Conway.I I he will be a junior in law the coming Days Begin Sept. 29 .

!pers of fresh and canned oysters, is Mr. Schnaar has a host of friends I II r year in the university. 'This is the I

Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Raulerson, of in Orlando today I I who are always pleased to see him. |[alma mater of several of our prominent -''
Geneva, were among the welcome visitors =I, -- '1 I I "* politicians of the present time,'And "all text-books for grades below the High.
Mr. S. 0. Belch left yesterday for I them we might mention, John! >
to Orlando yesterday, 0. P. Newton writes a friend in among '
.1 I i,'Melbourne, on. the East Coast,to enjoy this city that he and his wife have I I Sharp Williams, Oscar Underwoodand School must be changed. We have the lists of

Mr. L L Payne will leave tonightfor the fishing' and bathing for a enjoyed a pleasant summer in their 1 President Wilson.
Newport, R. I. He will be absent week or two. Mrs.Belch is there visiting New England home, and adds, "Or-I all .new books to be used for each grade and

from Orlando until October first. ,I her daughter, Mrs. Rhodes. jlando! for ,us this winter." Mr. .and I Miss Annie Bellows left this week i

I I ---- 'Mrs. Newton are regular winter ;visitors for New York city, where, she will,wish to urge students to exchange now, and

Mrs. M. Stone, of Leesburg, has Mr. J. P. Holbrook has 'something and have many friends who will l enter Teachers' college, Columbia I i
been in the city looking up the pros up his sleeve, but remarks that,it will welcome them back. university, expecting to take her, degree ' avoid the_ great delay and confusion that will
pects for getting a class in .music. (be a week or: two yet before he knows as A. M. before returning ot Or-I .
i just where he is at. It lando. This is an object well worth
I I| reasonably result from until A
Miss Jennie V Eagerton, who.has I waiting opening day.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. L Coryell are sure that he will not leave Orlando. been the guest of her sister, Mrs. working for and will place Miss Bellows f
again at their home, 201 Concord i( among the foremost educators of .
ave-I"'1.---- i George M. Swain, at her home in
nue, after spending the' Mr. C,. A. Tompkins, one of Taft's' Springfield for an extended visit, left the state
Medicine Lodge, Kansas. !'leading citizens, was among the visitors -' yesterday morning for Columbia, S. con-dition.
t'I The big sewer pipe is about all laid
---- I[ to Orlando yesterday. Mr.
C., for a visit with friends and relatives .
Capt. J. F. Luther has laid a new t Tompkins will leave Monday to attend -: before returning to'her home in from the stand pipe to Sweet avenue, \ GET' YOUR SCHOOL BOOKS NOW
approach to his green house and is the G. A.' R. reunion in Chat' Orlando.-Times Union. which is about the most difficult partof .. .
making other improvements preparatory -i I I tanooga. I I the whole job. Three gasoline '
to his business for the coming', .- I II I pumps are kept busy all the time to
i ---- .
Those who have house
I a or apartment take the water out of the ditch and
winter. I'
Well, they have begun to come to rent and neglect'advertise W. S. BRANCH,
I I enable the workmen to lay the pipe.I .
home and every one meets you with it in the "wants"' ,which ,ate being '
The water trouble will probably cease I ... The Arcade Book and Music Store
Homeseekers continue to arrive inthe "I
i remark: am glad to get backto read anxiously every:week by those
I after the start south from Sweet
Orlando on every train. Last night's' Orlando." In fact, the fagged looking to improve their dwelling I i I
passenger trains over the Atlantic look of some of the homecomers places are missing an opportunitythat nue. .

Coast Line and Seaboard brought in:!:makes us half :'glad we didn't. getaway may result in their, losing? the 1 \ HORSES FOR SALE Volusia county will be in the mar-
Do it today-subscribe for The
several would-be investors. (i,I for the summer. income from a desirable tenant ket the coming season with a very
Daily Sentinel.GrlldThOfttrO I of fruit. The of the
pretty crop crop
Two good horses. One large, the
: will not be the
wokers.county as large as
II. other smaller. Both good ,
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year pr -
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be better, and on the whole will bring
9-13-3t. ,
the growers as much money.-De-
'; Land Record.
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Lexington, Ky.,. Sept. H.-The autumn Home Journal Patterns
4 better than due and rains in the MARKETOf
meeting of the, Kentucky Racing \
southwest heavy enough to suggest
association began here today. in all 'the new numbers
v possible damage, there'wasa renewal
Approximately $3,500 has been added '.
fi' of bulls' support at the opening of the Cleanliness Of QualityFRESH j
daily for the nine days' meeting, but
cotton market this morning. First ,
there is no stake event The value I: - at
z prices were 8 to 13 points higher, but
of the purses and over-night handi- :: AND SALT MEATS
this advance met .realizing and the
caps hasb increased to make fully as I-
market soon reacted to about the clos- t: FISH AND GAME
large a daily total as was ever of McCUL'LOCH'SDEPARTMENT
ing figures of last night, with the
fered. About $31,000 will be distributed -
trend nenous. Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
during the meeting. i
Extremely heavy precipitation was
reported at Galveston, and private Maddened the Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh

a wires claimed that open cotton was There lived one time in England: and pure.
being beaten out and that the moisture woman who was known as the ""cab full line of Lace Embroideries '
. would be of little benefit to the men's terror.? She was a Mr I Cnv- We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We hare
ler. who knew the distance between
ultimat ecrop unless it should be fol any two given points; in London and Ladies' Muslin Underwear everything in the Meat Line.
loved by a favorable fall and unusu- always tendered the exact fare with
ally late winter.DAYLIGHT out a farthing; over Irate tabbies : and Gingham
sometimes disputed the distance ,or : : The PARLOR MARKET
ROBBERY even carried the affair Into court but For School Dresses
the "cabmen's terror" always won.- I t

IN CHICAGO, London Taller II H. M. Self & Co.

Chicago, Sept. .-Four t robbers DRESS AND MANNERS.. : Next Door to Evan's Jewelry Store
today seized a satchel containing I,
I Good manners to those one
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does not lore are no more a
checks from Warrington 'McCovey,I breach of truth than "your hum Phone No. 80HIIIIIMMIIIIIUICieilllllllllll
eighteen years old, a messenger of ble sonant" at the bottom of a I ead The Sentinel "Want Ads" Every Day _
the Garfield Park State savings bajik, 'challenge i>. They are universally > IMMII Hill '.
and escaped in an automobile. The agreed upon and understood -
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front of the ,bank, which is on the i
west side. The bandits accomplishedthe Any implies affectation In my whatsoever'indress mind a flaw Are You Build?
Going to
revolver.theft without the. display of a I In the understanding, : ELECTRIC VACUUM L CLEANER f I

Dress yourself fine where others
are fine and plain where other -
*' are plain but take care always -
that your clothes\ are well -
Buechenbeuren, Prussia, Sept. 11.-- made and fit 'oll"fo"'otberwl .
)' Not just brick, but specify, get the best; they cost no
Four persons were killed and several theyI1! ;give you, a very awk- Have your rooms or house more, look better, last longer, and are more satisfactoryall
others badly injured here today by a ward air.Good all .
military aeroplane. The machine was cleaned without dust or troubleof
being used in connection with the maneuvers manners are to particular JELK'S Macon Brick-common, pacing, fire and rough
societies what good morals are
of the sixteenth texture. None better.
imperial to vxlety In 'nera1--tbelr cement moving furniture .
army corps and had just left the and their security.-Lord LEGG'S Pressed and Fancy Faced Brick. I am state
ground when the pilot lost control Chesterfield ," agent.
and the aeroplane plunged'.int a
r crowd of spectators. The Pierce Electric Co. send an Experienced Carry large stock on hand, make quick shipments. Wire
your orders, at my expense. -
Cathedral School
-J.... EAST CENTRAL AVENUEOrlando's I handle:
Washington, Sept. 11.-The United I' S k Boarding' and ATLAS PORTLAND CEMENT, BEAVER BOARDS,
States government is going into the Day School For Girls SEE THEM FOR TERMS AGATITE CEMENT PLASTER, Fuller's Peninsular
magazine publishing business for the Brand Roofing, Metal Laths and Shingles, Crushed Rock,
bentfit of the farmers. This, is the Reopens Wednesday, October' 1. Granite Curbing, Building Sand.
announcement) made today by the department Primary, Intermediate, and College

that the first of agriculture issue ,of the which magazine adds Also Preparatory Courses Grades in Music, Art, Elocu- PIERCETLECTRIC Also, Fruit and Vegetable Pickers' and Packers' Supplies:
[ L[ [ co Crates, Wraps, Field Boxes, Straps, Nails and Ladders.
T one
,, will issues be will out follow this month regularly and'that at month other tion,:. Domestic Science, Physical Culture - :I ''I,lllnc! ,

., ly'intervals! Twelve specially trained Teachers. : & Knight's Terminals,
Individual attention. Laving care. I CHURCH STREETillMIMIMMIMIIMMMMMMMJHIIIMHMMMIilt W.R.Fuller Foot Franklin SL,

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Special Colorado to The Springs SentineL, Colo., Sept. 11.- The e Hoys'O Iot ier General ORLANDO FLORIDA.Plumbing, and PLUMBER Heating 4 Contractor and. HEATING, Sewerage ENGINEER and Septic Show Tank III S.Construction.The Room Court St. Innoc s O O T lTr but once

most Modern Sanitation of the Age In my New Inventions In Plumb
A: systematic effort to tap the reser- 45 W. Church Street 1 ing, for both Private and Public Buildings. Fine Plumbing Fixtures.
l Health stored in a
voir of knowledge Estimates Cheerfully Given Repair Work Promptly Attended to. Prices Reasonable @
university and to pipe it to the peopleof Money to loan Improved- prop- SEWER PIPE LAID AT 13 eta PER FOOT. WORK DONE NOW OR LATER.
the state generally through the erty. S. tf: WAY. Hllf."MimiMHmiMIMMMMHMMIMtMmMIMUMIIIMMHIMMMIMMIUMIMMIMM RIGHT NOW we offer two propositions on.TERMS OF $10
medium of extension work, was' described DOWN AND $10 PER MONTH. Every young man in
today before the sociological ... ...s-i-tis" ,.souls lisle SORLANDO ,.. Orlando should embrace this chance to begin or add to his
section of the American Public Health MMIMMMMIHIMMMMMIMMMMtMMMMMIIIMHIMIItMMIMMMMtMMf estate.

of association Dr.the Dearholt University by Dr.said of Hoyt Wisconsin.that E.the Dearholt estab-, O BANS a TRUST J COMPANY SEMINOLE. PARK. LOTS

lishment of a bureau of health instruction : On the Map Before Seminole County
Inside Lots $100. Corner Lots
in the extension division of $125.
d the University of Wisconsin was'' Money and six per cent interest back one jear from the date
Capital and Surplus and Undivided Profits 13000000.
based upon the belief that ignorance : you complete purchase if dissatisfied.

and apathy are the underlying fac- : t \ Resources over Three-quarters of a Million.
tors in the spread of preventable disI I FIVE ACRE TRACTS
eases. The distinguishing character Statement As Rendered to the Comp
o Near Lake .Underbill. Finest grove land and finest.
istic of the state university in Wisconsin troller at the Close of Business
in Orange County. Develop a grove on your monthly spare
is "service according to Dr. June 30th, 1913
change. PRICE $50. PER ACRE. Timber practically paysJor
Dearholt-service no less to the citi-
RESOURCESBanking clearing.
zens generally than to the relatively e : ".i yr House, Furnitureand

small group of youths who are able Fixtures ..........$ 25867.37 NO INTEREST-NO TAXES
to attend the university.The Loans and Discounts ..... 355,589.33
idea of the extension work is r :. -. Overdrafts ............... 83.98 until you own the deed.
to take the advantages and opportu- Stocks and Bonds ........ 26,018.33 ORLANDO REAL ESTATE CO.
nities of the university to the people Cash on Hand and in Banks 254,088.11
who can not afford to come to it. A Room 2. Watkins Block.
new system of instruction has been
devised in preliminary education, but LIABILITIES

nevertheless has sufficient mental capacity y Capital .................100000.00,.
to grasp basic truths when
Surplus and Undivided
presented in a form adapted to his { t. Profits ................ 33,889.11

limitations. Instruction in health I s1.ILr Deposits ................ 527,758.01 NEW LINE .
matters is to be carried on through I

correspondence courses, lectures, de. $661,647.12The *
bating and public discussion and OF
newspaper publicity.The officers and directors of the Orlando
work is aimed not only at pub Bank and Trust Co. desire to Soft Felts
lic instruction, but also the instruc- call the attention of its depositors and
tion of municipal health officers and friends and the citizens of Orlandoto .

physicians generally.Big h the above statement The manage .
ment of the Bank feels that this show.
Are in. Call and them.
value in little space-the Sen- ing reflects the conservative, sane and just : -. see
tinel "want" ads. progressive methods employed in this
financial \ .__ __.
institution. Strength begets MKM B MMMMM H B H aBBHMMK
confidence, and strength is where
Rowe & WinebrennerRoom displayed better by a bank than in KISSES HILTON & Dun

ll-McNeill&Dais Bl'd It United States Government', State and County Depository healthful statements to its patrons. .
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CANDIES-MAKING the,EVERY BESTOUR DAY THEM 4 ,That FOR Orlando Our REAL Business, Florida ESTATE, : m .' Gar en PRODUCES Iriinv lliMul RESULTS flower S .F r Tile Next Thirty n Bays J JVe .

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TO FRANK BYRESArtificial '

ROYAL PALM We sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co.

BARBER SHOPModern made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality' Shoes.Boys' Stone

Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and Towels. -
and Complete.
Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co!. ,
individual 3
.new Building Blocks, Cement Brick, House
electric attachments at, every I' & Co. . Best place,in the city to trade.W. '. ..
chair. No stone has been,left ,. >, ,.:" Foundations, all styles of Concrete
unturned to make this shop -- .. .l'.:' .. e Columns, and Balusters,also all kinds

meet th erequirement of the a -..\ :'( of Ornamental Concrete Work in.Whiteor
most particular. Plenty of Colored Facings
room. Courteous,attendants. : M.SLEMONS'ORANGE

Proprietor.Orlando. AVENUE Phone 159...Works .Livingston Aye. on R.R.i1l' .
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ri> Louis C. Massey,.President.' c I I

{L r, '1'. Pfctoo Willow, YktJ'm. L Wttn ..... c.iu. METHODIST CHURCH I I. .

f" Howard CL Bibcock. All" Qr1rt: Stand A.HeweD,Ant Cvkfar .
(At the Grand) .
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THESTATE J. E. Wray, pastor. ..

... r ...." Sunday school, 9:45 a. m.; C. E. ..
Howard, superintendent.
"Florida's Brightest Spots," subjectof :",

a BANK pastor's sermon at 11 a. m. Anthem .
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by choir, "He That "Dwelleth" I "it4It !.

(Bolleid). .

Epworth League, 6:45 p. m.; J. D.

Orlando Barden, president"The
Life Superb," subject of pas-
I. tor's sermon at 7:30 p. m. SNtTf -

Installation of recently elected offi-

THE OLDEST BANK IN THE :CITY. cers of the Epworth League. A Bank Account

Anthem by choir, "My Father's

OF House" (Macey). ,"s.Banking .

ORLANDO AND ORANGE COUNTY Solo by Mrs. Lewis, "Face to Face" nOg06i

(Johnson). Mrs. Lewis, of Chicago, i
-AND-' is a gifted singer and this is her first .

The Bank which transacts more business than solo in Orlando.
Everybody most cordially invited to I
;, any Bank between Jacksonville and Tampa all services. .


DEPOSITORY ; account with us means more'than merely accepting -

Rev. A. E. Douglass, a prominent :'" your deposits or making loans.
of DeLand, will r'
Baptist minister
The large patronage of this Bank has been built 'up 'I i
preach at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. on '
t during twenty years,by conducting its business onsound, Sunday. He has-:: nducted service Particular attention is given your individual circumstances .'."

: banking principles with careful attention ,to the ,J legitimate here several times and is an interesting and every,detail i considered to pro- : ,

speaker. Every one in the city J feet what you have and help increase'it.
wants of customers_ The confidence: of the ,public, should hear him. you,

is reuecte'd in the*large amount of deposits. Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. ,I',

1 Average 'deposits First4Quarter of' 1913- "$900,000 Prayer service on Wednesday even- .: Call.and talk otter your affairs' I with us. "It is a'

; ing at 7:30, conducted by one of the f pleasure to serve you. .
deacons subject, "Will Christ Come '
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is Again All the.services held: in the Tea acid S.. : U ,3'

Our correspondent banks are located:in every part of I Rest Room, Orange avenue. A cor- \ ','I' : : :-

ti : dial invitation extended tq the pub- : , : .
the world and include some of the largest Banks in the l Tv

: lie. Strangers ate given a warm wel (..' '. .
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nessee on business and Rev. A. E. .

(Continued from First Page.) Douglass, of DeLand, will preach dur- In Orange County.

fOR STOMACH ACHE( evinced great interest in the case they ing his absence.

took no 'open stand either for or The past month has been a pleas-

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1 TO THREE CITIZENS calling for the extradition' of Harry the Holy,'Spirit is in ,our midst, as :

; OF MUNCIE, IND.: K., Thaw from Colebrooke, N. YX to our name, "Emmanuel," implies, God : S

\ New'York state were signed today by is with us. NEW

t Muncie, Ind., Sept; 12.-Sand- i Acting Governor Martin H. Glynn. The deacons will conduct the prayer .

? .parboiled, baked or fried-has cured Sheriff Horn Jeft at noon for Con- service on Wednesday evenings during :

stomach trouble 'for George 'W_ ,Crl?, cord to present the papers to Gover- i 'the pastor's absence.ST. :

'" mer, congressman from' the eighth nor Felker.. '., II Fall andfinter Suits and Coats

congressional district, ; John Fitzgib- LUKE'S CATHEDRAL :

bons, president of. an iron company, Maybe New York, CouldnU Keep Him I ,

y and Harry W. Long, lawyer, and Concord N. ,
H., Sept 12.-William Very Rev. Edgar A. Sherrod, dean. :
twice prosecuting attorney of Delaware H. Olmstead, a New York lawyer
: } ; ar-, Office hours from 11 a. m. to 12:30 : ARRIVINGNOWQ
y; county. Despite much laughter rived here .
today; to take charge o f m. Phone 122. :
that greets them when they tell the the interests of Harry K. Thaw'so far p, 17th Sunday After Trinity I

.stories of their recovery from indigestion as action at ,the state capital be '
Services. for the day as follows: '. .
ca dyspepsia and, other stomach necessary. Mr. Olmstead' says that+ ', Communion l I "
y Holy 7:30 ,a. m. I
troubles, they are spreading the if, Thaw is
.gos- taken' back to New York ataxpaye'r's -Sunday school, 9:30 a. m. :
pel of sand.Fitzgibbons. suit will be, brought ,there 10:30 I ",
Morning prayer, a. m. .
tried it out first. It for his deportation to-..penlsyJvani"on : t
Communion and
Holy sermon, 11 .
worked wonders for him. It'was much the ground, th't an his ,case New a. m. ,, ,

y : the same way with Cromer and Long. York is being 'taxed .for. the support Choral and lecture : '
evensong on
V With only half faith, but desperate e of an insane per ob whose ,legal residence :
Church history, 7:45 p. m. : : Q are the newest and choicest
from year of suffering, they tried is in another'.state. "
The dean is trying to make these '
out the sand cure and declare theyare lectures interesting of all : .?; of this
t again sound and whole in" the re CARSON CATTLE "COQ.INCORPORATED -. persons ?, .THEY I coming season,
phases of thought and every one at :
n!( gions of the stomach and that their AT' KISSIMMEEKissimmee .. .
all interested is invited to come anreview' : of the famous Printzess
.:. general health has improved 75' p. q r with us the history of the I "1r.,.

4.1.i cent. Sept .II.:-Articles pf Christian Church. I line, L. & C. S. Star line, and the ,
!4 "Raw sand will do the trick t fog r incorporation have been,filed by the The boys of the Acolytes' Guild enjoyed : ;

,some people," said Fitzgibbons."Baked Carson Cattle company, of this city' every 'moment of their outing : ) ,: Gem line. These are the lines that
: : sand will .do it for me. An with an authorized, capital stock of at Daytona Beach and I ./\t,

'* other might have, to have the sand $250,000. G. A. Carson, J. M. Carson, ful to those who made are the very outing grate possible I " ' ; :" . we have built our Coat and Suit Busi- I

parboiled, steamed or fried. Just look' C. ,A. Carson,, Jr., and Elizabeth B '

me over. Before took the bake'dsand Carson are the .,,incorporators and ...,. ,; ness on. There are. none better.
;' cure I was, nervous, generally! jliolderi ,of the tstock 'of the '
run down, and' subject to violent attacks The application: states that the BAPTIST CHURCH .... i Every day we are getting more, '

of stomach trouble which made!I will S
company in buying selling
engage Rev. Edward T. Poulson, D. D., :j 'and invite and them.
rqe worthless. at'; my desk and a nuisance and raising cattle ,and live stock pastor. i you to come see

to my friends and my family, of all i kinds, to dear!!* Wf and beef '
Mr. C, M. Tichenor You will be entertained and
superintendentof pleased.
'" If there'is'any-one in ,the world_ wh products, operate lumber mills, buy '. ;
; feels belter thin' do, these days, ,or and sell real' eatate," plant and cultivate the Sunday school. f

L who can stand. more ,work and{ be orange groves, truck, farms, naval the'Mr. Geo. W. Phillips,. director of We are fast getting our upstairs

'Y pleasanter: about,;it* than myself, I'd I store products, refine oil and oil choir., .
line of goods in shape
Hours of Service .
like to look him.
get, a at The sand 1 products, operate; packnig'houses, etc. , \
Jt I is the Sunday school meets at 9:30 a. m. ..
use sand
common ordinary This
", has taken
company over the I for the fall business
Let every one endeavor to be in his
with the dirt out"5cFAVORITE
large herd of cattle formerly ownby e4 place. I

A the ,Lesley Cattle and I .
: tHEA TER-3c company Morning worship at 10:45, in charge > ," : c
which was purchased by C. A. Carson ': '. ,
V of the pastor. Subject, "Can a Chris j. ', -
several '
weeks '
ago. They own exten- tian "
Finally Be Lost?
High Class Motion Pictures sive timber lands, and will begin at
Evening service at 7:30, and the
Pictures Changed, DailyToday's once to ,develop their holdings.
subject will be, "The. Power of a Positive .
Program .
Mr. C. A. Carson is president of Life.

3 Reels 3 / the new company,. and is also president i- eSpecial
"Tears of Blood" (Eclair). A wonderful of the State bank,of! Kissimmee, music at all the services.

two-part drama. The most :'while the other members of the Carson Young People's meeting at ,6:30p.
dramatic I m., with an interesting and helpfulprogram
production on "The Cattle company are sons and relatives -
Sins of Youth" ever shown before an I of Senator-Carson. ; Mr. L E. Tomiinson, president i
I The organization i of this company
Juniors' meeting at 3
t "Billy Gets Arrested" (GemCom- will mean. much to the cattle indus- p. m.
edy with Prayer and fellowship meeting
Billy Quirk.
try'of Osceola
county, as il is
proposed ;
t Matinee, 2 to 5. Night, 7 to 10.Ionday's to at once begin Wednesday 'evening at 7:3 Oo'clock.
) a systematic A hearty invitation is extended to IIIHMMMIMilllMMIHMMIi till 111I1 I1111 11111.
special feature
fight against cattle tick by dipping -
Vengeance of the public to attend these services.
Skystone, two-part In and rotating ,
dian drama.BASEBALL. pasturage. The Attentive ushers. All seats are free. ALTAMONTE SPRINGS NOTES Tyler & Ballard have the contract future home.
principal offices of the will I I
k 'I be located 'in Kissimmee.company If you have no church home in this r Fogg & Osteen have negotiated the Mr. Tracy and family were resi-

% RESULTS IN city, come and be at home with us. Altamonte Springs, Sept. 12.-Mrs.j; sale of five desirable building lots on dents of Altamonte Springs for sev.

THE BIG LEAGUES CHARLTON EXAMINEDComo Note.-A sacred concert will be Franklin F. Davis has returned from 1[I:Massachusetts avenue which will be eral years before moving to the me-

Special to The Stntind. ,I given next Tuesday night, September her summer outing in the North and!;I improved at once. Mr. Osteen is also tropolis where he accepted the posi-

National League Results Italy; Sept 12.-Dr. Sala, ,'16, under the auspices of the church Northwest, accompanied by her I I superintending the repairs of two tion of electrical engineer with the

; Pittsburg-New York; darkness. I part of whose duties consists of a choir. The general public invited. daughter, Mrs. Atkinson/ and two 'county bridges at Forest City.N. Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer company,

Cincinnati-Boston;I rain. visit to the prisoners in the Como jail\ .'The ushers will make arrangementsto grandsons.Mr. j H. Fogg and wife leave today which position he has held down for
American League Results every two weeks, today examined take care of the crowd. several
J. M. Lewis. and family autoedto for Jacksonville visit their daughter years.
;,, New York, 10; St Louis, 3. Porter Charlton, the
young American, Ponce Park last Saturday for a Mrs. J.,M. Tracy, and family, 232
Boston, 18; Detroit, 5. who is held
beating his wife to Mrs. J. A. Evans, who has been visiting week's outing. Mr. J< W. Osteen is East Fifth street, and to bid them The splendid! new building of the
a. Washington, 6; qev l .1.4Philadelphia7 death and then'
"throwing.'her*b6dy relatives in, Arcadia, returned superintending the repairs on the Godspeed on their journey to Seattle, Bank of Sarasota. is nearing comple-
Lake *
Chicago;5. in (
; .
.*.. ""*. I : to:; Orlando last night school house of which he is trustee. Wash., where they will make their tion.t" .

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