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 14, 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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South Florida sentinel
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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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i Liverpool, Eng., Sept. 13.The Special to The Sentinel i j' IS NOW\ SOUGHT HUSBAND

body of William J. Gaynor, late mayor Washington, Sept. 13.-Official information :

of New York, was removed this has reached the state department -I I

\ ED A FEW HOURS AFTER HE ELUDED I morning from the Liverpool town hall, that rebel activities are in- i
GUARD-NEW YORKER I where it had been accorded unprecedented creasing throughout Mexico and the AS SLAYER OF GIRL-[BROTHER : GUS tiff SENTENCE

I constitutionalists are gaining ground 'IDENTIFIES HEADLESS DISMEMBERED
WAS UNDER A MENTAL honors by Great Britain, and I i I
CLOUD i taken to the Cunard Line steamship every twenty-four hours. Rebel campaigns TRUNK BY I _

TOWERING WALL OF WATER : Lusitania. It was placed in the spe- are strong in seven states BIRTHMARK ON NECK

SWEEPS THROUGH TONOPAH New York, Sept. 13.-"Big Tim"Sullivan cial mortuary chapel on the forwarddeck Sonora, Coahuilla, Chihuahua, Tabas. COUNSEL: FOK DEFENSE WILL
of the The co, Aguas, Calientes, Zacatecas, Tuc- ASK FOR NEW TRIAL, AND
FROM DEATH VALLEY- the New York politician, steamship. Lusitania New York, Sept. 13.-The young

MONEY LOSS GREAT who rose from newsboy to congressman I is due to arrive at New York on atan. married surgeon whom Annette Day!' IF REFUSED WILL MAKE

is dead. ; Friday, September 19. Consul General Shanklin reported \loved was sought diligently by detectives .\APPEAL

Special to The Sentinel His mangled body was identified I A special guard of six policemen from Mexico City today that commu- today to tell what he might knowof

Tonopah, Nev., Sept. .-Leaving today by his stepbrother, Larry Mulligan : watched over the body in the townhall nication is cut off between the cap- Miss Day's last hours. Her brother Millen, Ga., Sept. 13.-Mrs. Edna

death and destruction in its wake a after it had lain for thirteen t throughout the night. The cas- ital and nine of the principal cities of]I II I Francis, a real estate dealer of Perkins Godbee today was found

towering wall of water swept from days in a local morgue. Sullivan, !' ket rested on a great catafalque northern Mexico. This has brought I this city, declared last night that she |I'guilty of the murder of Mrs. Florence -
Death Valley through Tonopah this who was ill, eluded his njrses in the which had been brought to Liverpoolfrom I increased peril to American citizens was the slain woman, whose body I Godbee, wife of her divorced

afternoon. early morning of August 31 and aftera Westminster. I there. Mexico now holds eight thousand was dissected and thrown into the husband. Mercy was recommended

Life savers in the inundated citiesof few hours was struck and killed Early today the mayor's body was Americans, and officials of the Hudson within the past two weeks. I by the jury.

Tonopah and Goldfield are rowing by a train at Pelham Parkway. re-embalmed, this being found neces- Latin-American bureau stated today He identified a portion of the body I I The verdict was returned at 9:10

through the streets rescuing endan- The body was on its way to potters sary. A death mask of the featuresof it would require a hundred dollars the, head, arms, and one leg were still 1 I, o'c lock this morning, after the jury

gered inhabitants. Men, woman and field when the chance observation of the mayor also was taken today each to remove all Americans from missing-as that of his sister by an I had been out thirteen hours.

children are gathered on the roofs of Policeman Purfield led to its identi- I in accordance with instructions received the warfare zone of Mexico, or a to- odd-shaped discoloration on her back: Mrs. Florence Godbee and her husband -

houses seeking to escape the engulf- fication. The transfer from the Ford- I from Mrs. Gaynor. I tal of eight hundred thousand dollars. which he said was a birthmark. I W. S Godbee, a prominent resident -

ing waters. ham morgue to the one at Bellevuehospital I The Liverpool clergy, headed by the Official reports have also been re- Annette Day, according to the..I of this place, were shot to death'

The financial loss will total many is the usual preliminary i in bishop of Liverpool, persuaded Rufus :ceived showing that the rebels are brother's story, was 23 years old, of I by the convicted woman on August

+ thousands of dollars. interring the city's paupers and unidentified -I!I Gaynor! to consent to the holding of!! slowly closing in on Mexico City, and dark hair and complexion, and one of l .118.
religious service at 7 o'clock this it is probable that by the time set for I five children. [I The occurred
dead in the public burying( Her mother lives at'!' killing at the Millen
TWO DROWN ASRESULT ground. mo rning. I an: election for president, October 26, Tarrytown, and last saw Annette on I postoffice. Mrs. Godbee was immediately

OF CLOUDBURST i With no identifying marks on the I'I'i I In the dim light of candles and in i Huerta will be in control of only na- August, 16, when the girl, facing I arrested, and on September 9

clothing or articles in the pockets, I the great fog which enshrouded the I tional territory surrounding the cap- motherhood, left home. Since thennone {I was indicted for the two murders.

Goldfield, Nev., Sept. 13.-Two WOe the body lay in Fordham morgue for hallway the Rev. Theodore Howard,' ital.j of the family had heard from'her. 'I Her trial for killing Mrs. Godbee

men were drowned and many thou thirteen days awaiting identification.This !vicar of St. Matthews, conducted an j Other reports state that an epidemic They thought little of her silence -I was called Tuesday. Only a small

sands of dollars damage done by a morning it was sent to Belle impressive Church of England funeral -I is breaking out in Torreon, for a while, believing she had']number of witnesses were examined,
cloud burst and electrical storm which vue morgue. There was stationed' ritual over the remains of the where many Americans are, and over got another place at her trade as machine i their testimony dealing with details

swept through this city today. Scoresof Peter Purfield, a policeman who had i I dead mayor. one hundred Americans and other for operator on underwear. But('lof the crime. The accused woman

houses were swept down throughtwo known "Big Tim" Sullivan and liked!I The only attendants at the service eigners are marching overland from after a fortnight had passed without took the stand and told a story of alleged

principal gulches by torrents sev him before his mind became clouded. besides' several impassive policemen Torreon to Tampico. word from her, the brother becamealarmed mistreatment by W. S. Godbee.

eral feet deep. 'Something about the expression of I I w ere Rufus Gaynor, the mayor's son; I Spain and other foreign governments and began to look for h er. Two minutes after the jury returned
the features stirred Purfield's memI the nurse who accompanied the may including China, today re- its verdict, Judge Hammondsentenced
HORNER FUNERAL ,1or on board the Baltic Horace T.I quested the state department to pro- RELATIVES FAIL TO
ory. By and by, after he had pondered ; Mrs. Godbee to remain in
j! tect their citizens in Mexico. The IDENTIFY BODY OF
Washington United States GIRL
an hour or so Purfield remarked the penitentiary the "rest of her natural -
The funeral of Mr. Earle Homer to a reporter: and the secretary of the lord may or| fact that these European nations haveat Special to The Sentinel-" life." She stood while sentence

was held yesterday morning from his "That looks a little bit like 'Big01Tim. '! Liverpool. last appealed to this government New York, Sept. Identification n was pronounced. Her daughter, Sa.
I Ii
home, "The Pines," on Orange ave ." I, After the ceremony the body was to protect their citizens in Mexico of the dismembered body of the girl rah, broke down and wept audibly,
I: shows that these have
nue, Rev. J. E. Wray, pastor of the Peering long at the mutilated and J I carried! to a hearse which was drawn !! nations no victim of a Giffside murder mystery but the mother was as calm and stoic

Methodist church, conducting the ser discolored face the reporter thought !'!by four horses through the deserted ) faith in the assurances of Huerta to as Annette Day, of Brooklyn, as she had been throughout the trial.

vice.The so too. The telephone brought "Big,81Tim's" ,I of the city to the landing II t land the state department that Americans was rejected today by the mother anda Mrs. Edna Perkins Godbee has beenin
other have full
sorrow of his many friends East Side friends in groups to stage. It was then transferred to the foreigners gnarI second brother of the girl. jail since the killings. She was

and their deep sympathy for his parents the morgue, but none recognized in I I ship's tender, where the oaken casket I antee of protection in that country. The police confess themselves ba f- indicted for the murder of her former

were attested by their presenceat the changed features the man they I I I. was placed in a deal box over which j I Roual Madero, brother of Francisco. fled. Clue after clue has been rundown husband and also for the killing of

this service and by the quantitiesof had known in his prime. Larry Mulligan the stars and stripes were draped. I Madero, has organized a new 'reyolu.tion only to prove worthless. Little his wife. She was tried for the mur-

beautiful blossoms which bore silent i- Sullivan's stepbrother, was,1 I i! The tender steamed alongside the and has taken to the field at the I hope is held either for identificationof der of Florence Boyer Godbee and
i i
S witness to the esteem in whichhe summoned. He looked at the face I j' liner Lusitania, which was lying ini I head of fifteen hundred men and is I the murdered girl or detection of convicted.

was held by all who knew him. i i i midstream, and the casket hoistjed marching on A a-Calientes, t !her
once and turned away. | was slayers, unless the waters of the The case has excited the keenest
"It's 'Big Tim'," he said. :: aboard, where it was placed in !! chief city of the state of same name.I'I'I.EEGEU bay or river give up the missing heador interest throughout the state. Mrs.

"Big Tim" met his death two how : charge of a guard of honor composed .\ THAW BELIEVED other portions of the body, for Godbee claimed as a defense that she

PRESIDENT WILSON MAY or less after he had wandered o utlof,I! eight uniformed quartermasters. !; TO SEEK REFUGE AT HOME ; which diligent search is being made.el had long been mistreated by her hus-

i into the night from the home of his I --- I band before and since his divorce, and

PROLONG HIS VACATION brother, Patrick, at Williamsbridge, I Montreal, Sept. 13.-Canadian immigration I KISSIMMEE< TO HAVE I that he applied a vile epithet to hers

ENJOYING HIMSELF IMMENSELY where he was under guard. The : J Of MANOS $10,000lROM I officials heard today that I I he entered the postoffice on the
neighborhood is sparsely settled there [ fatal morning. Her excuse for killing
: Harry K. Thaw's friends had purchased NEW !! -
-MAY PROLONG STAY and Sullivan had but a dollar in his I ] |' for him a through ticket from SOONI'IQ : the judge's wife was that, after

SEVERAL DAYS pocket. He struck out across the j PUllMAN CO. Colebrook, \. II., to England by way I I she began shooting, she was so excited -

fields for the railroad, apparent 13' 'I of Montreal. This ticket was to be she did not know what she did.

Special to The Sentinel. with the thought in mind that he :[ j used they heard, in case Thaw should I {IIXEXT CITIZEGlmES; The dead woman was from Williams-

Windsor, Vt., Sept. 13.-Golf and would take a train for New York and'I I': 1 KISSIMMEE WOMAN DECLAKES 1 be released on habeas corpus proceed- TO START MOVEMENT port, Pa.

auto riding are on the program of revisit his former cronies on the East :,:I THAT SHE WAS MISTREATED( !i 'ings, at Colebrook. WITH $3,000 The defense is expected to apply'
President Wilson.
Breathing the air Side. :1 for a new trial at and if
i According to the report Thaw was -" once, this
of Cornish had ON PULLMAN CAR FOR
such an exhilarating Pelham Parkway station lay not ,'I I convinced that the immigration offiII j I! Kissimmee, Sept. 13.Kissimmeewill is denied, to appeal the case to the
effect him that he
on may stay several far away. It is possible that Sullivan i-i JACKSONVILLE I cials could not touch him were he 01| soon have a hospital, according supreme court. .
days longer than he
planned on I to a statement given out today I Ii
saw its lights and made it his pass through Canada on a throw h by
leaving Washington. Because of alleged illtreatmenti i Dr. C. L Hyatt. IEBATE CURRENCY
immediate i destination. In any event I ticket, basing his belief on the case
So far no dispatches have come i i from Pullman car employes, Mrs. G. I
i This is much needed BILL
i a improvement CLOSED
body was found at 4 o'clock of Jack Johnson, the negro pugilist.Embraced .
from Washington to lead the president ini i (C. Mattox, of Kissimmee, has entered I
'i for the city, as it is now neealsary eS-
the morning near the tracks by a'! in the report was the assertion Special to The Sentinel.
to think he can not safely stay suit in federal court against the Pull-I
j i for
policeman. It was taken to the Ford-j.i that Thaw, once at persons becoming seriously Washington, Sept. 13.-General de-
away for severada.s longer.AT ham morgue. I man company for $10,000. She is I would not sail for England at all, but, i! ill to be carried from the city to reach gate on the Glass-Owen currency bill
I I i represented by Vans Agnew & Crawford a place where they can be given the
I would proceed to that point of Lake ended in the house tonight Beginning -
I and Garrett & Johnson.
MERRY CAMPERSill i I Erie, which washes the northwesternlt I most careful treatment and nursing Monday the bill will be taken up
In her plea for damages Mrs. Mi I '
corner of Pennsylvania, and enter his j !While, Kissimmee physicians and s urfor amendment under the five-minute
Messrs. and i i iI i
Starkey Raehn declares
w lox that on January 1 she
"Be- I native state, where, he believed, I heI peons are equal to any in the stand te, rule of debate. Democratic leaders
the Lucerne theater i-woo-chee. on the shore of:':
manage for the ]boarded a Pullman bound for
i I beautiful i'I would be safe. { a they can handle most any kind of have decided that none but amendments
Lake has i -
next the Conway, been the
year taking place at Jacksonville at Florence, S. C. She ailment known to man, they have not
the close of the show scene of much gaiety for several I phraseology of the
last night. I days had an upper berth, and alleges that I the I
in the
.111 Are necessary city bill will be
Suspicious accepted, and that
The class of pictures Manager 1 la- past, a party of young ladies, Misses :!i those in charge of the car would I for
Colebrook 13. Neither side nursing properly the cases that amendments must be
Sept. I
Alma i approved by
grader has been showing has been DeLaney, Willie Person, Eliza J neither assist her into the I
upper I trusting the other, and Thaw's speJe i require special attention. the Democratic committee.
both pleasing and Wright and Glen Cheney, with 1 Irs. |
satisfying to the '
| berth or give her a lower berth. TI i
has been stated that it is easier I
Vincent Green for :I i cial guards trusting neither side, all i!, The bill is expected to pass the
devotees of the movies. chaperon, having a''I
refused look
to after her bagI
j hands kept watch at the hotel where:to call another physician from nearby house next Saturday night.
happy while
The new managers intend to keep I outing camping there. I|I gage, which was lost, and would not towns than to take the patient
Thaw is housed until well after mid away
up the same quality and style and I With plenty of fishing, boating and I|,I answer her repeated calls for assist- night. i t for hospital, when it becomes necessary A CROOK IN TOWN
will strive to make the Lucerne bathing afforded from
as; the lake and ance.'erj .
to take them to a hospital, and
o'clock this
At ;
entertaining as any play house in this much of excitement and interest e j Mrs. Mattox wants $4,000 because that morning a reporter -; whe nthe plans are completed and Last evening while )Ir. C. T. Mallard -
sure the of
some :
section. in the camp, each of the party :n-of! the ill effects from having to remain and automobiles presence about1the i Kissimmee has such an institution, was standing nearby enjoying

The program for Monday will beeyed, their stay, returning to their awake until the midnight hour, strange men writ will afford a great convenience for the band concert on the corner of
gin with an open air concert in front homes in town last evening.The I $3,000 because the Pullman force I building meant no good, ran do those who Orange avenue and Pine street, an
come among us, and the i
the silent
hallways shouting at the
of the theater at 7 o'clock, by the name of the camp has quite an!i would not answer her calls, and the top of his lungs. few residents that are unfortunatein attempt was made to purloin his time

Orlando concert band, to be followedby Indian tone, but instead of that origin 'sam eamount because of the loss of enough to meet with reverses in piece.
The entire hotel awake in
an overture by the new ten-piece, it is but compiled from the her baggage. was health. I Mr. Mallard felt a jerk at his chain
orchestra. That the outlined .ftstant Sheriff Drew, who had u-i i and caught his watch
program as ol the four who just as the
owners A
frequentlyresirt ; prominent citizen has agreed to
tired, ran into the hall if. his night i
is good there be doubt thief was about to
with it.
no get
can thither for away
rest and recreation, A number of improvements are to shirt and I put up $3,000 to start the movementto
The pictures will be shown in the twenty reporters, half-j The chain broke in three and
Messrs. Beeman, Giles, Woodruff and be made at the gymnasium of the Y. dressed and dishevelled, dashed down! build an institution here, and it'will pieces
usual clear and brillaint of the made safe
manner Cheney.Mr. M. C. A. in Pensacola and be but a few days until the ( rogue a get away by
the Lucerne pictures. as soon as to the lobby'to telephone for autos. s u Tito darting through the large crowd
possible ,a campaign for new members Thaw himself did not wake cir nt amount will be subscribed
up. which thronged the streets at that
THE WEATHER J. B. Irwin, one of Maitla id's will be inaugurated. William Travers Jerome, special"assure success to the movement hour. Mr. Mallard did not get a good

most progressive citizens, was in Oriel counsel for New York state, also iiew York, appeared for a few i mo. look at the man, as he wore a black
Florida: Local rains Sunday and lando yesterday and paid the Sent Box stationery and a fine line of slept soundly, though Frank Kennedy : means until he satisfied himself tha slouch hat pulled well down over his -

Monday. office a visit. pound papers. Curtis & O'Neal. deputy attorney general from :Thaw was safe. face.SENTINEL.

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Andrew Johnson left Saturday for Oviedo, Sept. 12.-:Mike: Crown, superintendent CENTRAL AVENUE

Adrian, :Mich.: where.his family re- of the Atlantic CoastLine I Orlando's Select Boarding God

sides. He will go to Williamsport, made a visit to G. B. Smith last I i 1I I Day Schucl For Girls

Pa., before returning home to trans- week. I

act business for the water works com- Miss Aulin is in St. Augustine enjoying i Reopens \YedneMlay October 1
: Primary Intermediate, and e,,', .
pany.II. a few days with friends before i
GREAT Grades. G.A
I she starts on her work of teach- Preparatory

G. Crowder has been elected a ing. Also Courses in Music, Art Klmu

director of the Orlando Building and tion, Domestic Science, Physical t'u1.
The members of the Christian En-
Loan association.The ture. .
deavor society were entertained by ,
Twelve specially trained Teacher
Rev. and Mrs. A. L. Hope Tuesday I 'II 1
new White Niagara vineyardsof evening.Mr. SHIRT SALEAT Individual attention. Loving care. -

:Messrs.: Haynes & Co., at Niagara i REV. RODERICK P. COBB, A. M,
and Mrs. T. W. Lawton spent I LEARN ABOUT
Villa, just north of Orlando, are in I Principal. ,;
last week at
pleasantly Dayton
splendid condition and will yield a very I our quality confections by a trial purchase -
Beach, where so of our towns-
big crop next year. Vines set last! many WE FIT GLASSES, GRIM LENSES I I of a pound box of our
people have been attracted this sum-
year have made a growth of 60 feet AND DO ALL KINDS OF !I CHOCOLATESBON

trustees are having some much
George Nicoll is plastering the ad- i !
needed repairs on the school build- l .\ "pointtr" for the person wanting
dition to the school house, also the I
ing made. Another room will be added the best at a reasonable price the
Hudnall building.
and next term they will be pre- I utmost in purity and deliciousncss.

I pared for pupils of the high school Brown& Lartigue'sMIMHiMMMMIIIMtMiMIMIIiUMIMMttflilllll' i i,IIaintily packed and in the original
H. S. Kedney, of Winter Park, has I
grades.Mr. shapes and variety of
recently sold 7,000 pines for $1,400.
:: Bragg has been relieved by T.
He raises the red Spanish variety, L. H. RAMSDELL '''BUTT'S Kandy Kitchen
W. Bailey, of Oakland, who will act
but thinks of changing to the smooth ;i
as agent for the Atlantic Coast Line. OPTOMETRIST
I while Mr. B. F. Wheeler is away on! (Successor to Dr. 0. P. Likins) !

his vacation. j ORLANDO, Fl.OIln.tlllllllllllllllll&I.IIIII.\ : THE WILLOLAModern
L. Hughes has accepted a position -
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Hutto, of San-
with Taylor & Bowen.A 1 Home-like
ford, :Mrs.: J. F. Turner and Miss I
See Theffiio indo 1: Prices Moderate
Brown of Jacksonville, Carl Graff of I ow
two year old daughter of Rev.P. .
Iowa and I. L. Cook of Georgia, were t Fresh Sanitary and !
J. Reeves died of cholera infantum ,
week end guests at the Cushing hotel. SOUTH ORANGE AVENUENear

last evening. Miss Louise Brooks of Delray, whois the BESTOUR Lake Lucerne

always welcomed by her friends,
Miss Libbie Sholes, the pleasant I '
I arrived on Saturday and will visit CANDIES-MAKING THEM .
mannered young lady who assists in WALKER
us for several weeks. EVERY DAY MRS. W. T.
the postoffice, has taken a ten days'vacation among :
Theodore Aulin has bought fromB. I ORLANDO FLORIDA
to visit her relatives in Chu- Sanitary-as they are made
G. Smith the lot west of the bank.
luota. clean, and every piece wrappedin
He has already given the contractfor wax paper. '

TIES HERSELF TO A MAN a neat cottage to be completed in Best-as we use best grade of YOU WILL SAVE MONEY
the near future.
everything on the market. I

The motion picture theater was I FO.E S.A.LE: By Getting Prices on your
well filled yesterday afternoon whena
Will appreciate if you will give Before Building
stout woman entered and wedged
Removed and them a trial. Phone or Write
Appointments Are
herself in next to a slender man. For'a '

time both appeared extremely inter- Made I II Six-rodm, Bath and Pantry, Modern house. One Block Mayer, Galenlin & Mayer i Acme Brick and

ested in the pictures. Then the woman view of Two
from and in Lake Lucerne. blocks from
I 134 SOUTH ORANGE AVE. StoneVorks
noticed that one of her shoe Washington Sept. postmaster I
I station side of Atlantic Coast Line Railroad. Lot 4
laces at Panama Park and Pinellasi east 1IIIIIIe.lllltIIIIIIIOIIII
undone. After
was somethingof MAITLAND, FLORIDA
I i i Park, Fla., have been removed, and feet shaded CHAS. A. DALLAS, ;
a struggle she bent over and final- 100x142 on west by Camphor trees, on I Prop.ANNOUNCEMENT
succeeded in both the' the postoffice department today requested IIII'"
ly bringing
laces together. A few minutes later 1 the civil service commission south by large Oaks. Nice Lawn. 50 bearing Grape- : ;RoveVinebrenner

the man arose as though to start for i''to order examinations held to fill the fruit and Oranges and 100 younger trees; also English : I Roost 11-MCNellt&Ia\i HI'il I

the door. Down he went in the aisle,'vacancies. Walnuts, Guavas, Pecans, Bananas, and Pineapples : I I Just received new lot factory sec

and the woman gave vent to an ex j I The following Florida postmasterswere 40 Acres timbered Land northwest I REAL ESTATECity onds. They look good to us.
', appointed today: bearing. heavy pine : and I. W. PHILLIPS & SONS.
clamation. The audience turned from I Country Property
the flickering to the real catastrophe.She .! Christmas, Orange county, Thomas side Lake Barton. I
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his. It several minutes before i{Caroline Abdill; Harborview, DeSoto
was !
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the pair untangled and untied.Florala -!county, Ida Sias; Lake Pickett, Orange \ ANGE & BATES j

(Ala.) News. I county, Martin. Moore; Wek- I Apply "Sentinel" Office'MMIMMIMttMltllMMMMilltMMMIIMIMIiim
ova, Lake county, Eugene A. Rush; ; ; ;

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We need the room to increase and enlarge our Men's

Furnishings, Shoes, and Tailoring Department, and are forced

to close out our LADIES' DEP'T to get added room.

THEREFORE We are offering to the public our entire stockof

the Ladies' Department, consisting of the highest grades of

Ladies' Ready-to-Wear Apparel, Shoes, Etc.

We will sell the entire Ladies' Dep't as a whole to one in-

dividual buyer, or we will offer the entire stock to the public at

J prices right down to the bottom.

We respectfully invite any Merchant or prospective buyerto

send in their bids


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I am now settled in larger, brighterand ,
better quarters in the Rock 'IMIHMtHltlltlllllllUt
ing, opposite the San Juan bUild-I' You Want !

rooms 1 and 2, which my increasing
(At the Grand)
business required.
J. E. Wray, pastor. am revising my sales list, and am I II How You Want It !

Howard Sunday,; 9:45 a. m."; C. E. ready list your city and country When You Want ItfIT i Boar the "CADILLAC" and fflind !

"Florida's Brightest Spots, subjectof From all reports received from my In
pastor's sermon at 11 a. m. friends and business connections in

them by choir, "lie That Dwelleth" the North, I shall do a large business For anything in the

(Rolleid). this winter, and will use my best efforts -| IJ line of PRINTING I
J. D. i \ come to us and we
Epworth League, 6:45 p. m.; to sell the properties listed with
Barden, president. guarantee you

"The Life Superb," subject of pas- me.I have many satisfied customers,! satisfactory work at prices
that are RIGHT.
tor's sermon at 7:30 p. m. who became winter residents of Orlando -I

Installation of recently elected offi: and vicinity by my personal Iu

cers of the Epworth League. efforts, and they are now boosting for I

Anthem by choir, "My Father's Orlando and II

House" (Macey). Yours truly, MUNNIMAKERSNotices
Solo by Mrs. Lewis, "Face to Face" CARL JANSEN, of Lost, Wanted. For Sale For
Rent etc for this column5c for one day
(Johnson). Mrs. Lewis, of Chicago, Real Estate, Notary Public, Fire SOc for three days, or T5c: for one week, for

is a ,gifted singer and. this is her first Insurance. 1m d&wALL 25 words advertisements or It!'s. for Money this must column accompanythe as no --s 1 +tl 1 1o
solo in Orlando. insertions will be made on credit re
Everybody most cordially invited to

all services. __MISCELLANEOUSMoney _____h_ _
to loan on improved prop-


you have a house for rent, advertise \ ORLANDO AUTO AND SUPPLY COMPANYIf
Rev. A. E. Douglass, a prominent
in the Sentinel's classified column -
Baptist minister, of DeLand, will
and tenant.
preach at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. on I get . . . . .. '

Sunday. He has conducted service 7MPAY\ Dr. J. C. Howell, Osteopath, has

here several times and is an interest- returned and will be at his office, in If you want the news, subscribe for A want ad. in the Daily Sentinel If you want the news, subscribe for

ing speaker. Every one in the city Cheney block, every day from 10 to The Daily Sentinel. always pays. The Daily Sentinel.MtMMMMMMt .
--- ----- --- __- _ ___ __ _ _
should hear him. 12 and by appointment. Phone, office --------- --- ------- n ---

Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. THINGS or residence. 9-ll-6t
Prayer service on Wednesday even- ARE JUDGEDBy "I" " "

ing at 7:30, conducted by .one of the Hotel Breakers, Daytona Beach; a
deacons; subject, "Will Christ Come standard Ice There Cream.MUST POINSETTIA bea new hotel; has all modern conveniences Inmmmmmmmm I IWI t L t C ol!!MMMIIIIHMI9MIUMMIMMieiMIMMIMMOMI O

Again?" is the'recognized standard i ; fronts on Ocean just southof 1
All the services held in the Tea and and we maintain the quality ocean pier. Rates $2.50 per day IIIIIIIIIIHII. .
Rest Room, Orange avenue. A cor- at such a high degree of perfectionthat and upwards. Special rates by the

dial invitation extended to the pub- competition is hardly notice- week or month. We make a special.

lic.come.Strangers are given a warm wel- able.sterilized Made of the PURE products cream of, ty of and sea food Sunday dinners noon.Thursday 7-8-tf.evenings A as Daoge e r For [per endes

inspected and passed dai
EMMANUEL CHURCH NOTES I ries. FOR SALE You are suddenly called from home; some member of the family takes ill during the
night; friends come in unexpectedly-various other domestic emergencies arise
ASK for Jackson Square
r Rev. Boyd has-been called to Ten-I MADE IN A PALACE OF Coffee.your grocer 6-21-tf. which require a fire in a hurry. Are you prepared for such contingencies? Have

: you a gas range, or are you "battling" with a wood or coal stove?
cleanliness and by the most
and Rev. A. E.
nessee on business BUY a lot in Thornton Park, a nice
Douglass, of DeLand, will preach during modern machinery. suburb in east part of the city. Call In days before matches were invented the housewife kept a fire burning con-
Jensen. tinuously, because to build a fire by friction and gunpowder was a tedious job.
' his absence. The value of a quick-fire was recognized in the long-ago. Then came the match
The past month has been a pleas- FOR SALE-New modern five-roorn
ant one with the church. Eleven BETTER THAN THE house, centrally located. Apply this and the wood stove, but for emergency purposes it falls short of the mark. But
BEST office. 7.1 d & w tf the gas range came along. It is "direct transmission" applied to kitchen affairs-
united and beautiful _
baptism a
and can be geared up to the giant burner, or slowed down to the simmerer.
service was held on the banks of Lake FOR SALE-One cylinder Cadillac.
IU for sale Why subject yourself to an old-fashioned stove when all this inconvenience can
Leora. Others are seeking Christ and John Ammann, P. 0. Box 393.
in your town be removed by buying a range. The gas stove is quick, clean, reliable, economical.
the Holy Spirit is in our midst, as 911.1wk I
Let us prove to you all the claims we have made by installing one for you now.
our name, "Emmanuel, implies, God FOR SALE-Two good sound and
is with us. V.W.ESTES&CO.ORLANDO gentle mules. Fine workers and
The deacons will conduct the prayer a bargain, if taken at once. Call on ORLANDO WATER AND LIGHT CO1

service on Wednesday evenings during FLA.No. or address C. Whitney Wright, Or- I
lando, Fla. 7.10 d&w GAS DEPARTMENTSPECIAL
the pastor's absence. 1

ST. LUKE'S CATHEDRALVery Remington, made by Starr Piano o IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'I"I'I'
Co., Richmond, Ind. Cost $700 new,
slightly used, good shape in every re-
Rev. Edgar A. Sherrod, dean. j spect. Will make some reduction for

Office hours from 11 a. m. to 12:30p. cash. Music with same. For further . .. . . . .
m. Phone 122. u (1 information apply to P. 0. Box 114 II ''II A '"MIIMMMMMII" ,.,
Winter Garden, Fla. 7.1 O.dwtf
17th Sunday After Trinity I

Services for the day as follows: FOR SALE-100 acres of good pine :
1 and hammock land the side PRICESiWe
Holy Communion, 7:30 a. m. on east
of Lake Apopka. This tract of lam ,
Sunday school, 9:20 a. m. .
I is exceedingly good for citrus growling
Morning prayer, 10:30 a. m. I and trucking. The timber is in
Holy Communion and sermon, 11 its virgin state. Call on or address
a. m. I I Mrs. W. T. Walker, Orlando, Fla.

Choral evensong and lecture on : 9-11.1m I always have special prices, but we

Church history, 7:45 p. m. I HORSES FOR SALE
The dean is trying to make these do net have any sales.
j Two good horses. One large, the
lectures interesting to persons of all other smaller. Both good workers. Our plan is to take the money it would
phases of thought and one at
This book tells how everybodypays Mahlon Gore, 211 Lucerne Circle.
all interested is invited to come and make sale and
and whether or not theyare 9-13-3t f cost to a put it into Real
review with us the history of the

Christian Church. i entitled to credit. NEW MEAT MARKETWe Bargains, such as will be to our custom-

The boys of the Acolytes' Guild enjoyed ---- -
every moment of their outingat ask if you will please try the ers'advantage..

Daytona Beach and are very grateful ORLANDO BUSINESS MEN'S new meat market that we have just We mention a few articles that will
to those who made the outing pos- ASSOCIATION. i opened up at 410 West Church street. go

sible. IWe I handle all kinds of Florida and at reduced prices :
Western meats. Quick deliver}*. \ .

BAPTIST CHURCH .. .IIII.II.IICGIIIIIII.II I Phone 41. W. T. Pollock, proprietor. Regular $ 2.50 and 3.00 White Pique

EVERYTHING i FOR RENT Skirts at $1.74. '
Rev. Edward T. Poulson, D. D., 1 __ _

pastor.Mr. -IN- I FOR RENT -Cottage end flat, fur. Regular $1.50 and $ 2.00 White Skirtsat
C. M. Tichenor, superintendentof nished and unfurnished.
6-26 tf. JAMES A. KNOX.
the Sunday school. FEEDFOR I. __ 96 Cents.A .
Mr. Geo. W. Phillips, director of FOR PENT-Five room cottage.
the choir. Call on or address J. Schnaar, new line of Shirt Waists and Balkan
I Church street, Orlando, Fla. 9-11-tf
Hours of Service I i
Blouses from 46 Cents
Sunday school meets at 9:30 a. m.: FOR RENT-Large, well furnished up.

Let every one endeavor to be in his ,,I room to persons wishing suburban 25 Per Cent off on Shoes.
L1 [ T L LLAUBACH accommodations; also 2 acres good
place. ,
T : truck land, close in. Good opportunity -
Morning worship at 10:45, in chargeof I I for right person. Address A,"

the pastor. Subject, "Can a Chris- : Sentinel. 9-Stf
tian Finally Be Lost?" : FOR RENT-Store room on the busyI

Evening service at 730, and the I :i i I corner of Church and Garland I

subject itive Life.will" be, "The Power of a Pos- The Grain Man. :I(' opening Streets. for Size dry of goods store, shoes 24x70.and Good mil-f K llll t NeYorK Bai'a r[ ill Store Orlantlo ll llI

Special music at all the services. Church Street, Phone 18 : :' store. W. M. Slemons. 9-6-lm ii i JLi ai J

Young People's meeting at 6:;O .. .. .. .. .. . . .- .- - .... .. .. .. .. ...I ''I I: 11111.,1111,11,1,11111..1.110.010111..11,1..111111111.
p. m., with an interesting and helpful ; WANTED i "I"'b"'L"'I'\ II'IIIIIIIII"IIIIIIIII"'I''II "I"II"IIIIII"'I'II'
program; Mr. L. E. Tomlinson, presi Pt I
I WANTED-Plain sewing of all
WELCOME TO kinds. 13 Church street, over Favorite .' I'II"18'llllt'III"
meeting at 3 p. m.

Wednesday Prayer and evening fellowship at 7:3 Oo'clock.A meeting. ROYAL PALM I theater.LOST AND FOUND 9-3-lmo. t lisn an erviceaMe A&Ie an ccessories at [conomical rricesI

hearty invitation is extended to>>
LOST-Liver colored pointer with
the public to attend these services. BARBER SHOP city tag 91. Please notify Butt's I
Attentive ushers. All seats are free. Kandy Kitchen. tf ; Suits for men, women or boys. If you intend to spend the holiday out of

If you have no church home in this Modern and Complete. FOUND-A bicycle. Call at WilliamHaley's I Dresses for women and girls. town do not forget these:

city, come and be at home with us. 201 South street. Ownercan ; Straw or felt hats or caps for man or boy. UMBRELLAS
Everything individual
Note.-A sacred concert will begiven have same by paying for this ad. New Neckwear. PARASOLS
electric attachments at
next Tuesday night, September every -- ---- I Crepe and muslin waists. RAINCOATS
chair. No atone has been left FOUND-A riding skirt. Owner can
16, under the auspices of the church Wool and cotton dress skirts.
unturned to make this shop get same by calling at the Sentineloffice I Suit Cases, Grips or Trunks-a Complete
choir. The invited.
general public I Balkan blouses. Line.
meet th erequirements of the and paying for this ad.
ushers will make arrangementsto
most particular. Plenty of

take care of the crowd. room. Courteous attendants. Our job department is equippedwith Come in and pay us a visit anytime justto look around.. We feel sure you will see
up-to-date faces of type, modernmachinery
Apopka is to have a bakery at an ELIJAH WHITEHEAD and competent 'workmen, something to interest Crete

early date. The material is now on Proprietor. and prepared to turn out beautifuland

the ground for the purpose of erecting Orange Are. w Orlando Fla. artistic work. #Estimates furnished B.SALOMONORLANDO !
and satisfaction-guaranteed. :
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DAILY HOW TO KILL YOUR TOWNSend i: NOTHING LIKE BRICK sanctioned by some body of physicians " " " -

I whose judgment is entitled to
South Florida SentinelMORNING away for your job printing,i
Lake county will soon vote on the freight.-Wheeling (W. Va.) Regis
and buy envelopes from the -
government ter.
proposition of issuing $500,000: in
JOSIAH FERRIS, Editor and Owner ; or use plain envelopes in your bonds, for the purpose of constructing i i TIRE ECONOMY
flourishing ((1)) business. '
Entered at the pu>toiTu-e at Orlando, Florida roads throughout the county. A So many of their customers use the

M Second Class Mail Matter. Dan't advertise in your home pa-|I tions of the county has just returned finger bowls to drink out of, the hotel TIRE SECURITY

SUBSCRIPTION RATES pers, in case the publisher may be I committee of citizens from all sec- keepers of Minneapolis have decidedto
able to place a little money in his
from a tour of the west and east, dispense with them entirely, except TIRE
home banks, to help them along. COMFORTThat
TilE DAILY where they went to inspect roads to such customers as request

One Year .... ..... .......... .$5.00 Glory in the downfall of a man who In the west, they found concrete them. For similar reasons they will'

Six Months .... ... ...... ... 2.50 has done much to build up your town. roads giving the best service, whilein doubtless dispense with the use of is the "Firestone"com-

Three Months .. .. . . .. .... 1.23By Make your town out a bad place the east, in Massachusetts especially saucers and knives and have soup !: bination - particularly o n

Orlando, 50 and stab it every chance you get. found the spoons made with three equal sides !;
news carrier in cents per they best results ob
month. Daily and Sunday. Do business in town, and live out-I tained from an oil and sand mixture and no tip ends. What an ill mannered NON-SKID Tires. Economyof

Orlando Morning Sentinel can be foundon side town, so you will not have to pay
The lot of
sale in Orland at Curtis & Neat's BookStore -14 gallons of oil to the square yard. ignoramuses they must longest wear-..Security
and Wright Brothers.We Massachusetts has many miles of have out in the Northwest Wonderif
Refuse to unite in scheme for against accident comfort of
complaint if any they pick their teeth with fork -
will appreciate prompt this kind of road, and they are proving a
delivery is not promptly made by our carriers.: the betterment of the material inter and lick their ?
i very serviceable. In Massachu- of resiliencyNONSKID
Advertising rates will be furnished on ap ests of the people, and do not attendthe
plication. j setts, where labor is paid $2.00 a day
board of trade meetings as it may
WEEKLY SENTINEL and wood to heat the oil before -
THE applying f
Per year. by mail postage paid.......$1.00 I cost you fifty cents or more a month.I it costs $6.00 per cord, it costs tllMMMiiiliiMMH "fir '
Address THE SENTINEL, Orlando Florida. Allow merchants in other towns to : $ ton
Office 107 Court Street. Arcade Building. advertise, and draw your business' j t about 45 cents per square yard to UPREME
Phone 24.
build this road. The Lake county

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1913. aware II committee thinks this cost could be N AUTO a
If merchant
you are a don't advertise TIRE
I I reduced in Florida to 30 cents per
in your home paper, but compel
If you're right you can generally |yard, or $2,800 per mile of road 16 OIL.
the editor to go elsewhere for adver .
feet wide. Lake county looks
it. very
prove tisements, so he can get money to
,favorably on this road and unless
o pay the printers, who spend it around "Perfect Lubricationin
The things we don't have to do always j jtiments change will give it a tryingon
town and howl like
; sore-head be Cost build
look the easiest.o an extensive scale. Every Drop"Is most to
cause he gets foreign advertising, and
o- Duval county has recently finished --but cost you leastto
some of your business goes to another I l4f41f '
man's sins never find him out as the building of 15 miles of shell and use Ask for Book 1I// o
town. produced, refined, transported -
his wife does. tarvia road, at considerable Vhat'sVhat in J
quick as expense. -
Buy a rubber stamp and use it.I I and distributed by the largest
o The tarvia is a patented article, composed ''
It may save you a few dimes and Independent Oil Refining Com- .
cool weather it is said of tar oil and other
Telegraphic reports say ,
in the world and
make your letter heads and wrappers I pany only selected -
is moving south. So are the peo i ingredients. The good roads committee
look as though you were doing bust crude is used in its man-
pIe. j jo I of the Jacksonville board of trade ufacture.P.G.WALTONAgcnt. ;l
ness in a one-horse town. I. W. .PHILLIPSTires. 1
If you are a banker, send away for !is very much opposed to the use of NNN
Oftentimes the pinnacle for fame i ia is :tarvia, and after an inspection of the
your printing, and then expect the'
more uncomfortable resting place shell roads on which it was used, reports -
printer to bank with you. Gulf Co
than it looks. If farmer the road as flaking and disinte- I
you are a curse the place &SONS
-o grating. It is a well known fact that
you trade as the meanest o
For every man who succeeds in earth. Talk this over with your noil and lime will not mix-that one ._r

bottling his wrath there's another fellow may be all right for pebble or sand
neighbors and tell them the men are
with a corkscrew. robbers and thieves. It will make kills the other. While tar and oil PHONES j ij ijMMMMMMMMMIMMI

0 roads, there is no doubt that they will
much less
your property valuable; but
Many a man's color scheme in life you don't care. ruin marl or shell roads.SanfordHerald. l'II'II"II"IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII"'I'llllltl" ..

is based on a belief that red liquoris - --- --- -

an antidote for the blues. THE FREE WRITE-UP


To say that the telephone serviceis The :Miami Herald recently took a
better than fishing is damning with
well-directed jab at the "free write-
faint all vice Through a cablegram from Rome FOR SEPTEMBER
praise, right, or versa.o up" a practice which although it
to a New York paper we are told of
should never have been started, has
another so-called "cure" for tubercu-
The reason you can get so much
come to be looked upon by many merchants losis, discovered by a young Sardinian -
is because
sympathy couldn't
raise a nickel on a million you dollars which and others as something to chemist, whose friends "declare Birthday Gifts--The SapphireSEPTEMBER'S
they are entitled, but such is
that not single his
worth of it. a case treated By
not the case. Any man or firm who
system has failed to be thoroughly
advertises buys a certain amount of
What has become of the statistician cured. The chemist, according to
is the
space newspaper's stockin the story, lost several sisters by the
who used to tell us how the per trade
and is therefore entitled
to dread malady, and that fact led him
capita wealth of the country was i increasing that, but when he
year by year? expects a free to devote himself to the study of the STONE IS THE SAPPHIRE-EMBLEM .
write-up: that is more than the Prig
disease. For ten years he experimented -
a man or a with mice and other ,
Another reason for the high cost of business branches
living is that the three-by-six garage fields or increasing the, business entering then new animals, and by that time, having LET US SHOW IT TO YOU MOUNTED IN A BRACE-
has taken the place of the chicken shown symptoms of tuberculosis him
of course, he is naturally entitled to LET HANDY PIN BAR PIN LOCKET OR RING ANY
house in the back yard. self, he tried his own remedy.The ,
a written mention, in a news
o article, but a change of advertisement chemical composition is given ONE OF WHICH WILL MAKE HER EYES SPARKLE WITH
in injections, after the of
When a woman marries she takes manner
or a new advertisement is
not entitled
not only her husband's name, but his 'to such consideration the anti-toxin and similar serums. From DELIGHT.FOR .
and news
initials, as can learn by lookingat twenty to forty injections are necessary -
paper should not be forced, 'as th e MEN'E HAVE THIS BEAUTIFUL, CLEAR-
the laundry package when it comes Herald j According to the severity of the
suggests, to use shoe horn
home. a case. In sixty cases, according to the BLUE GEM IN SCARF PINS, TIE CLASPS AND CUFF
to get live news in the paper i I
as a re- I
- - cablegram, every patient treated was
suit of these free write-ups. The Herald LINKS.
Seats on the New York stock exchange is also cured, and fifteen cases treated 'in a
right when it
are selling for $4,000 more just as reasonable for the says it is Rome sanitarium, which had been diagnosed COME IN AND SEE THEM.

than they sold for a few weeks ago, to newspaperman as hopeless, were completelycured.
buy a suit of clothes and ask
but we don't know whether this is a for a free pair of shoes. But, says the cablegram, the

good sign or not. preparation "has not yet been pro- r

o nounced upon by any medical author-
This is the best
season of the
There are many big projects under to scan the "For Rent" year I ity whose name would carry weight
consideration these days and the i will find it possible now to find You a I outside of Italy." U. [ the JewelerOPPOSITE

mere thought of being in any way house that will just suit you, whereas This failure to satisfy physiciansof vans
connected with them thrills and stirs if wait standing in their profession creates ,
you winter it will be
the pulses with pleasurable anticipation. difficult to get what you want. suspicion as to the merits of
this new "cure." Too many remedies POSTOFFICE

o similarly exploited have been later

I Science finds that there are twenty- exploded. The complete failure of
Those big oak trees are so close to I
Mr. Magruder's new hotel on.west five ice billion bacilli in one teaspoonfulof :the Friedman "cure" is too recent tc EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING

Central avenue that he can not buildan cream. But how many poten- cause sensible persons to place faithin
pains in one cucumber?
new "discovery" which is not
awning over the front. "The any I

groves were God's first temples," and -

they were also man's first awning. .

v o

One of the saddest experiences in

the life of a burglar is to steal what San Juan GarageOne

he believes to be a jewelry drum-

mer's sample trunk and find too late

that he got the millinery drummer's

samples.-Louisville Courier Journal. All that is in favor in Ladies'


The man who buys an automobile

before he provides the home with a

bath tub is not quite a savage. The

bath tub and tooth brush are medi-

cine, eradicators, beautifiers, civiliz- 1913
and Notions
Furnishings Fancy
ers and necessities. To wash off all t: I

over once in a while is religious.It :: I

is announced that Charles W. If Ford Touring Cari i I

Morse, the steamboat king, will shortly -

start a steamboat service between,

New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore,

Norfolk and other points South. Per-I In ,

t haps he might be persuaded to include Good. Order

Newbern in the points south of ,
Norfolk that he has in mind. Since

his release from federal prison at Atlanta

Morse seems to have been fullyas Cheap.Don't

active as he ever was in his favorite ,

form of activity, that of developing -

steamboat lines. He has an espe-

cial genious in that direction. Certainly I Ii
Marion Ives
his success has been remarkable i I
for a man who was let out of I

prison before his time was up on the I _

plea that death might be the resultof

his being kept confined a few

months longer. As one newspaper torget that our Ajax Tires carry a written EXCLUSIVE MILLINERY PARLORS

puts it, Morse activities now indicate of miles.
that he is quite restored to his normal guarantee 5,000 McCAUUM SILK HOSIERY Second Floor BON' TON CORSETSTHE

health.-Newbern Journal.

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easy of the famous


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of Children's Dresses, in all colors and sizes, and also separate _ _ Our special oOc 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 .

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Few, if any, of our many absentees

THE TUNER I Mr. J. D. McLin, of Birmingham, have had a more truly enjoyable trip problem that many young men Marvel Flour

ORLANDO FLA. is a guest at the San Juan. than have Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Sperry, in Orlando meet every Sunday morn- i

J I who returned yesterday after an ab- ing is, "Where can I go Sunday morn-

Mr. H. F. Webale, of Charleston, sence of some two months. Going ings?" The Baraca of the First Will make good bread. Try it. We have

Several autos with Orlandoites left W. Va., is registered at the San Juan. first out through the Western states, Baptist Sunday school are meetingthis i i city agency.Dill.

Beach. they extended their travels to Alaska, problem in this way: They havea
last night for Daytona II
Mr. Frank Holland leaves this week finding much of interest and novelty. well known class of young men who

Gordon Goldsmith, of Baltimore, is for Charlotte, Virginia, where he will Returning from that distant point, are busy at work for young men.I

registered at the San Juan. continue his work in civil engineeringat they enjoyed a tour of several days "What is more interesting than to Pickles

the University of Virginia. through Yellowstone Park, then included have somebody working for )'ou1'*:

Mr. S. II. Bullock, of Kissimmee, a visit to Denver, where they:' They try to make it both interesting: bulk
or can.
spent yesterday in Orlando. Sheriff E. L. Smith of Volusia witnessed the great Knights Templar and helpful to every young man who

county was in Orlando yesterday and parade and the beautiful decorationsand enters their class.A I

{ Mr. H. M. Webb left yesterday for took back with him to DeLand a colored displays connected with that Masonic -,' good program is provided every

his home in Moultrie, Ga. II I gent wanted for some misdemeanor convention. Sunday morning with good music and

I I in that county. Later they went to Asheville,I good teaching.All OleomargarineThe

Mr. A. Q. Lancaster left yesterday!I whence, after a pleasant stay, they that they ask of you is that i

for Cincinnati on business. He expects . We have repeatedly published that turned homeward.Mr. you come and pay them a visit. You I best on the market. Always in stock.

to be gone a couple of weeks. want ads. in the Sentinel must be are under no obligations whatever.If .

paid for in advance. We do not wishto W. H. Brokaw, of Orlando,with you like the way in which they

Messrs. Theron A. Clark and E. J. hire an extra bookkeeper to keep Griffing Bros.' Nurseries, Jackson-I conduct their class, tell others; if not, CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.

Cunningham, of Oviedo, transacted track of them, and much confusionand ville, dropped in to subscribe for the I tell the class.

business in Orlando yesterday.Fire mistakes will be thus avoided. i"Lake Region," which years ago belonged They extend a cordial invitation to
to his father-in-law, Rev. L D. each and every young man in Orlandoto \ THE SANITARY GROCERY J

Geiger, from whom it become one of theme of the
last was purchasedby
Chief Dean
With each day our summer absentees CARUTHERS & GORE
the Ferrans then Mr. Newell : Baraca family of men who
night.from New York City, where he are returning, and however by young are'
attended the National Convention of. enjoyable have been their various its recent owner. Dr. Geiger was one: working for young men. Phone 200 6 & 8 Pine Street I !
of the first ministers to receive from I They meet every Sunday morningat I
Fire Fighters. outings amid other scenes, invariablyis tiiiiitiiiiitiiimiMiiiiiiiiinMiiinttiiiiiiiiii'Your .
I heard the same expression of pleasure Stetson university the degree of doc- 9:30 in Baraca Hall, at Armory I II _
tor of divinity. He was a prominent I I (second floor). i iI
H. W. Greetham
Rev. and Mrs. I
in being at home again, our town
I I ,
and Their motto, "We do things their I ,
leave tomorrow to visit relatives in and climate preferred to others Baptist preacher was secretaryof ;
Jacksonville, and will probably be absent missions of that church. Mr. Bro(watchword, "Before they call we will i Office and Desk Work

several weeks. I kaw has been booking orders for trees!I answer." 1 1I i
I Bishop William Crane Gray of Orlando
for this season's planting.-Eustia !I Remember, you are welcome. Pay I I'I

Mr. S. Y. Way will leave tonight I will be the guest of Rev. Dr. Lake Region. i'them a visit. I II
and Mrs. Harwood Huntington next 'I Will be easier if you are supplied with the
on business for New York and other:I
*veek at their home in Ormond.
cities. He will be absent from Orlando .i n" 0. W. Connor, who has been with!I CATHOLIC CHURCH
which occasion he will hold baptis-
for about ten days. a Mr. and Mrs. James Kincaid at their I i Eighteenth Sunday after Pentecostand necessary files blank books rulers eras-
I mal service their infant daughter
over -
home on Volusia avenue for the past i Feast of the Exaltation of the'
and also have confirmation
Rev. E. A. Potts, wife and son, arrived : class.-Daytona GazetteNews.Our six weeks or more, left Monday morn Holy Cross. ers colored inks pencils ink wells and
Friday from Mont Eagle, Tenn.,: ing for his home in Tangerine, driving Mass and sermon, 9 a. m. Subjectof

and are looking for a suitable location ]. over in his car and accompanied sermon, "Will a Godless School
for the winter months.Mr. band gave another enjoyableconcert to Orlando by Capt. B. J. Pacetti, of I I Train a Child to Godliness?" other small helps that make for efficiencyand
t last evening, the good music
Ponce Park. Mr. Connor is a pros-! Rosary, sermon and Benediction,
I then rendered attracting large
I a perous grove owner and proprietor: 7:30 p. m. Sermon, "Spiritual Palsy
W. A. Brawmer, of Maitland, crowd of appreciative listeners. The system.
I I of the Ocklawaha nurseries at Tangerine and Its Treatment.
,was in the city yesterday looking members of the band have worked diligently -
1 and his wife is a cousin of The Catholic Church welcomes all
after business matters. He is con.I holding rehearsals i iI
templating buying property in Or and the result is a steady improve Mrs. Kincaid.- Daytona Gazette. to her services. She desires to know Come in and let us show you about them.
lando. I I :News. you and be known by you. She is nota
ment which well merits the interest _
I secret organization.Next .
-- and approval shown by people. II '
i Mr. Harry Gauthier, a popular and Wednesday, Friday and Saturday
Miss Florence Bellows left
yesterday -i i skilled mechanic of Orlando, who has our fast days.
morning for Winter Garden
After a brief but enjoyable vacation been engaged for several weeks in
where she will teach in the public:I from his many duties here, Mr. I!the construction of several large brick Lakeland is to hold an election on I W. S. BRANCH

school, tomorrow, the 15th, being the! C. E. Howard has returned, refreshedfor I buildings in Arcadia, came up last the adoption of a commission form of I ,

opening day. I'I further wielding of" the editorialpen night and is spending today at his government on October 8. The Arcade Book and Music Store
upon "The Citizen, and for other home on south Lake street. I
All will be in readiness for opening I l: active labors. His trip included FURNISHED ROOMS-With or with-
the public schools of the city on Mon points in Virginia, Pennsylvania and Cauliflower and cabbage plants for out board. Large rooms. 202 W. ,

day, September 29, and the prospectsare Maryland, his daughter, Miss Florida, sale. Bartlett Gardens. 3t Church street, over Bumby's store. l,WISH TO TRADE 40 acres fine land I FOR SALE-100 acres of good pine

most flattering for the year's remaining for a longer visit with relatives near Forest City for automobile, and hammock land on the east side

-work. I in Pennsylvania. Subscribe for The Daily Sentinel. Subscribe for The Daily Sentinel. "Ford car preferred. A. C. White,I!of Lake Apopka. This tract of landis

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Selma, Ala., Sept. 12.- MARKETOf
Lacey, alleged defaulting chief
of the Alabama state convict new

FORTHCOMING; ALSO PUNISHMENT ment, is in Honduras, according i: : Cleanliness Of QualityFRESH jj
OF OFFENDING letter received from Arthur W.
CHINESE ner, of this city, who says he
Puerto Cortez. ,
Lacey at Lacey

Pekin, China, Sept 12.-Orders is charged with stealing $90,000, FISH AND GAME
issued today by Provisional President appeared last spring.
Yuan Shi Kai, signifying, it is believed Kept under the best sanitary conditions.Eyer.thing .
by foreign observers in Peking COOL SNAP STRIKES STORE
that China has complied with I screened away from the flies, and Kept fresh

the demands of the Japanese government Dallas, Tex., Sept. 12.-A t\\ and pure.
presented yesterday.The degree drop in temperature was line of Lace, Embroideries,
Japan demands arose from the I ported today over about We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
killnig of three Japanese at Nanking,i the state in a line drawn from I Muslin Underwear everything in the Meat Line.
the maltreatment of a consular messenger Angelo through Stamford and
the torture of a Japanese and Gingham
non and thence into western I

lieutenant at for Hankow two days and of a the Japanese imprisonment --. to ma.continue The cool crop weather improvement was I For School Dresses I The PARLOR MARKET

lieutenant at Shantung. Japan i
was accompanied by a general
demanded an apology for the insultsto ,
H. M. Self & Co.
the Japanese flag, the punishmentof PREACHER TO BECOME I" Door to Evan's Jewelry Store ;
those responsible and the paymentof .
) \ i 18-20 PINE STREET
an indemnity.In ,, I

the clash between Japanese and San Francisco, Sept. 12.- Phone No. 80
Chinese soldiers yesterday at Changti I I
San Francisco minister is to throw I
; money away in FACTS AND FAXCIES.I
near Shanhaikwan, where the Jap- an undertaker. Nat Freed, } extravagance.New I I '. .e..I.r.I.IIIIII..r".IIIII'litll.tllll.
anese guard a section of the railway church, I I :
the Howard Presbyterian "If there be a newspaper printed
from Peking to the sea, one of the 111""II"II'I'I'I'I'OI' III'la'I'II I" "**+,
nounced today that he would com'f I without the name Thaw on the first;
Japanese soldiers was killed. The his pastorate next Sunday, in SENTIMENTS, TOO" page, kindly inform us and we will I
Chinese officer later sent an apologyto to take up the new work. subscribe for it," said a citizen the!I

the Japanese commander.MRS. GOING TO EUROPE ,admiring intelligent the look-sol-)other day. Try the Sentinel.Everything : ELECTRIC VACUUMCLEANER L f !

GODBEE'S TRIAL FOR $860 A them over remarked by the court"It I indicates that the population -

Millen, Ga., Sept. 12.-Closing argument Besides having its boilers ." "Yes, in- of Orlando will be larger the
was begun this morning in hauled, the giant ship other; "it is far too coming winter than it has ever been
before, and there
the trial of Mrs. Edna Perkins God- is said, will pleasantly and out here in the middle nothing to indi-
1 bee for the murder of Mrs. Florence spend its winter vacation It ought to be in the cate that the postoffice will be any Have your room or house
Godbee, third wife of her divorced some of its "millionaire" suites park." larger. We are sorry already for
that line of cleaned without dust troubleof
long general delivery cus- or
husband. Six attorneys were to into smaller cabins. The man who overheard
speak.It building bigger and more lux remarked to him-
is expected that the case will ships seems to have been for a of one of Will moving .
be given to the jury tonight. The checked by this object lesson. "them's my senti. An exchange asks the question:
trial began yesterday. The cheaper quarters on an if it is impossible "Where is the girl who parted her
steamship are first rented. shaft in a park hair in the middle and helped mother
The Pierce Electric Co. send an Experienced -
about the
POTATO CROP SUFFICIENT vessel is two or three years old, the electric light bulb We know her;
ingenuity is needed, even in be raised high enough she lives in Orlando, is modest and
Washington, Sept. 12.-White potatoes times, to dispose of the costlier old veteran on top sweet, parts her hair as of old andis man.
will not be a drug on the mar- rooms. There are people will not be in the withal, as pretty as a flower andas
ket this year. Consumers need not pay $500 to $800 a day to cross busy as a bee. Sorry you haven't.'I SEE THEM FOR TERMS
fear that there will not be enoughto Atlantic in ostentatious seen her. I
meet demands. In a special report on the latest leviathan, but the is reported in Ark. o
today on the potato outlook, L C. ber is limited and accidents of conducts a shoe store Reflections of a reporter who could
Corbett, of the department of agriculture ing markets or shifting fashions A woman entered find nothing else with which to fill
declared that while the total at any time deplete even the and said she wanted his daily column: But for the onions
harvest will be less than last year, supply. Pittsburg itself is not shoes. The lazy man that are consumed one-half the world Tne rlf L[ flfLT IL L 'lln[
it will be sufficient to supply normal haustible. on a box at one end would have no idea how the other I ,
j needs t There are a great many more looked at her, half lives....How is a man with acorn 1
to-do people in the world than )', and then said: "I on one foot and a bunion on the I JHUBCI-I STREET
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work Ocala at boy once scouts upon expect the buildingof to begin T e Boys'O CIo1hiei1 II: General ORLANDO FLORIDA.Plumbing, and PLUMBERand Heating" A Contractor. O11U HEATING Sewerage ENGINEER 1 and DI\Septic Show Tank III S.Construction.The Room Court St.. It KnOC S rr T IT once I fRIGHT

in i most Modern Sanitation of the Age in my New Inventions in Plumb. .
a magnificent swimming pool 45 W. Church Street ing, for both Private and Public Buildings. Fine Plumbing Fixtures. ,
the park there.Sarasota's Estimates Cheerfully Given Repair Work Promptly Attended lo. Prices Reasonable | @
new reservoir is now erty. S. Y. WAY.I NOW we offer two propositions on TERMS OF $10
completed and in a few days the citizens -I DOWN AND $10 PER MONTH. Every young man in
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of that town will have water ....,.." Orlando should embrace this chance to begin or add to his
service that is strictly first class.It .1'1'11.,1"1 estate.

the Cypress largest is understood company concerns of that Freeport in the west Gulf,Florida one Red of, ORLANDO O BANK A a TRUST I COMPANY A Y I Inside Lots On$100.the SEMINOLE Map Before PARK Seminole LOTS County Corner Lots $125.

+ is to go into the hands of the re-
Money and six per cent interest back one year from the date
ceiver. Capital and Surplus and Undivided Profits 13000000. you complete purchase if dissatisfied.

The postoffice at Silver Springswas Resources over Three-quarters of a Million.
entered during an early hour FIVE ACRE TRACTS
Tuesday morning and a large quan- Statement As Rendered to the Comp
Near Lake Underhill. Finest grove land and finest
tity of stamps and about $ cash troller at the Close of Business grovesin
Orange County. Develop a grove on your monthly spare
was June 30th, 1913
\ change. PRICE $30; PER ACRE. Timber practically pays
RESOURCESBanking clearing.
Polk .county is to have a new jail .' ,. House, Furniture .

which will be modern and uptodatein and Fixtures ..........$ 25,867.37Loans NO INTEREST NO TAXES
will be credit -
It a
every respect. and Discounts..,.. 355,589.33Overdrafts
and an ornament to the county seat, I ,k: ...,.......*... 83.98 until you own the deed.

Bartow. x : ; Stocks and Bonds ........ 26,018.33 { ORLANDO REAL ESTATE CO.
Cash on Hand and in Banks 254,088.11
Miami's new ice plant-the third in Room 2. Watkins Block.

that city-will begin operations built Mon-at I. :._.- $661,647.12 .... ... .... '.8..18.1..1.. ... ... .. .. . .... ... ...
day. The new plant was a ;. LIABILITIES

cost of over $40,000 and with a capacity Capifcl .................$100,000.00Surplus
twenty-five tons a day. kk4c F
and Undivided

: t Profits ................ 33,889.11
The Andrew D. Gwynne Institute : > f I Deposits............... 527,758.01 OUR NEW LINEOF
opened in Fort Myers last Monday. W I,
Five hundred and fifty students at- :
tended this school last year and the }, -_ $661,647.12The
prospects are for a greatly increased : officers and directors of the Orlando -
attendance this year. I ftI f ,, i Bank and Trust Co. desire to
ia Soft Felts
c'I call the attention of its depositors and
The Lakeland high school opened : friends and the citizens of Orlando
Monday under most auspicious circumstances to the above statement. The management -
over eight hundred pupils : k' I of the Bank feels that this showing -
r I Are just in. .. Call and themI
being enrolled that day. The Tel. 4& ti Ii reflects the conservative, sane and see .
egram says this number will be increased : progressive methods employed in this {
to over 1,000 within a few "" I financial institution. Strength begets I

weeks. confidence, and strength is no where
displayed better by a bank than in P MISSES HAULM\ & DUNN
United States Government, State and
West Pal/n Beach is elated over the County Depository healthful statements to its patrons.
of becoming the manufac-
turing prospects center of a new industry. A lllllllllllllltl ::IIIII ::::::" ::III:::::::: ,:,' i I Agents for Barclay Corsets

paper mill will probably be estab-
lished there, which will mark the beginning Sheep Manure Fertilizer I
of a very important era in
West Palm Beach. ----FOR --- = 5

of Commerce Tampa the handled past through seven days the port was tHate. FOR Our REAL Business ESTATE... .., G arUen Truck I or fl owers r r III fe Thirty ll Bays

valued were at $834,764 more than, of which half a the million imports Orlando Florida PRODUCES RESULTS

dollars. This value of commerce has -
only been exceeded twice this )'ear.- Does. NOT Burn We will be pleased to list both city and county ; |

Tampa Times. IliltllMIHIIIIIillliltliMiMMMMMilMMiMililllllliMMMIMMMMMMUW. property, both improved and unimproved. A postal or ; ;
Seven obsolete cannon and two telephone call will bring a representative. .
hundred and fifty cannon balls from
the Pensacola'forts are to be shippedto
Apalachicola, where they will be M. SLEMONS I If 11 WAY

mounted in Battery park, the attrac- f
t tive public square recently opened :
there. This material has been donated REAL ESTATE AND INVESTMENTS
by the war department to Apa-

lachicola citizens. ur ew fall bOODS rB ow Coming In 15 SOUTH ORANGE AVENUE

The St. Augustine Record says:
"All of the schools in St. Augustine
taught by the Sisters of St. Joseph
will open for the term next Monday.The .
attendance at St. Joseph's academy :,\ HYRESArtificial
promises to be very large and We sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co.
the indications are very bright for an
exceptionally large enrollment in the made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes. :; Stone

several day schools." Boys Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and Towels. I,
I -
The Punta Gorda Herald says: Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co.
"Indications that it will be a live- Blocks Cement Brick
are Building House
& Co. Best place in the city to trade.
ly winter all over Florida. As the Foundations, all styles of Concrete

season draws near railroad officialsare .. Columns, and Balusters,also all kindsof
estimating the probable travel to
Ornamental Concrete Work In Whiteor
this state and the information being
given out is that there will be hundreds -i i W. M. SLEMONSORANGE Colored Facings
more people seeking the pleasure -
of a winter in Florida."

ORANGE Phone 159-Works, Livingston Ave. on R.R.
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Louis C. Massey, President.T. What the Toronto Globe Thinks of

L Waters 80CuhMr Coast Line Exhibit
P1ctoD Warlo., VIce.Pr&
Boward C. Babcock. AII't Cuhler Samuel A.Newell AII't Cukl I The following from the Toronto
Globe will be of interest to Orange

county people as showing what Cana-
THESTATE I' dian people think of the Atlantic The Only

Coast Line's exhibit at the Canadian

BANK 1 I exposition"A geographical: education in itself UNITED STATES[ DEPOSITARY[r

is a visit to the unique and interesting -
exhibit as presented by the At- I,
lantic Coast Line railroad in the Man ,
I ufacturers' building. : IN ORLANDOis
of OrlandoTHE I I "A most realistic idea of those fertile I.

I II soils that lie along' the Atlantic ,,

I Coast line is illustriously conveyed to ,,

OLDEST BANK IN TEE CITYOF I exhibition visitors by exemplary pro- ,. r.
ducts which thrive, in abundance in
part of the country. If the exhibit t 1 tL1A
represents half the reality the country !
ORLANDO AND ORANGE COUNTYAND !' may well be designated as 'The ur.(

j Nation's Garden Spot.: The luscious
tropical fruits which may be seen on
The Bank which transacts more business than exhibition would surely cause any j N coes '

any Bank between Jacksonville and Tampa one's mouth to water, for not only 1r ; ;01 '

have they oranges, grapefruit and

: pineapples, but avocados, sapadilos,
I guavas, cocoanuts, and scores of oth- .
I ers.
:I "But whether the 'tiller of the soil' : TilE U. S. TREASURER

large patronage of this Bank has been built up : be a lover of tropical products or :
sends his deposits to us (as do our ever
I others he is afforded the
by going to
during twenty years by conducting its business on sound : "garden spot' a rare choice. Water- : increasing mail depositors throughout the

banking principles with careful attention to the legitimate : melons, wheat, cotton and a hundred : surrounding country).

wants of customers. The confidence of the publicIs : and one things that would gladden :
the heart of the farmer or the fruit OTHER NATIONAL HANKS
reuected in the large amount of deposits.
grower may be grown. deposit with us for the credit of the U. S.
Average deposits First Quart er of 1913, $900,000 "Therefore it is of the utmost importance -
Treasury any sums they may owe it.
to the tiller of the soil who

FOUR PER CENT PAID ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTSOur hopes by a chance of location to bet- U. S. WARRANTSare
ter his condition to select a sectionof
country such as this, that will an- cashed by us, and charged to the U. S.
correspondent banks are located in every part of swer all requirements as to fertilityof Treasurer's account.

the world and include some of the largest Banks in the lands, climatic conditions, accessi-
bility of markets for sale of their NO OTHER ORLANDO RANK
United States.TENNYSON'S .
i products and social conditions that does this, nor is a United States depos-

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\ "MAUD" COMING IZZY'S TIMELY COMMENTSDear previously enjoyed. Call and see the
I exhibit. Mr. E. Cliff Cohen, traveling r

There is much that is sombre in Mr. Ferris: passenger agent, or Mr. Wilbur McCoy -

color in this Tennysonian poem, and I I reckon you haven't heard from of the agricultural department,
the alternative moods of happiness, Izzy in a month o' Sundays, but don't will gladly give information."

guilt, remorse, and brave resolve, you forget it, she is right here in
lend themselves readily to musical interpretation Orlando, the best place on earth, anda BASEBALL RESULTS IN .. ... ' " " " '''' ,.
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a song-setter as Somer- had orter be seen to. My man he Special to The Sentinel
National League Results
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Chicago, 4; Brooklyn, 0.
proven himself in the work. "Maud" was as cheap as dirt this year, and I
Pittsburg, 2-8; New York, 4-0. :
has been Tennyson's literary puzzle been head and ears in jell and mar-
St. Louis, 0; Philadelphia, 2. '
since its first appearance in 1855. The malade et cetera so's I don't find no NEW H
Cincinnati, 5-0; Boston, 41.
lyrics, such as "Come Into the Gar time for writin, and feelin that tiredI American League Results
den, Maud," and "Go Happy Day," can't hold a pen. Howsomever, I
have always been popular and the settings read the Sentinel every mornin; New York, 4; Detroit, 3.

which Balfe and others gave seems like as if my work moves for- Boston, 3j; St. Louis, 2. Pall anoWinter Suits and Goats
Washington, 4; Chicago, 6.
them have been familiar for years, ward without no weight on it afterI
Philadelphia, 1; Cleveland, 3.
but the subtle and recondtie art have read the doins of the town, andI S
shown in the structure of the poem mean to lay by the subscriptionmoney

and its metaphysical character have for the Sentinel even if we I CONCERT POSTPONED ARRIVING NOWTHEY
been even to this day, appreciated by; don't have no Christmas presents to -
but a comparative few of the poet's our house. I took my automobile The concert announced for Tuesday -

admirers. The theme is despair and down town the day before yesterdayto September 16th, in the Baptist .

pain and hopeless love, and the self buy some groceries, and would you church, has been postponed to Tues-
analysis of the unfortunate man who, believe it, there was a solid row of day, the 23rd. It was found necessary -
although he killed in honor and in cars on both sides of Orange avenue to postpone this concert on account -
self defense, is a magnificent piece of and down Pine street until I couldn't of the sickness of some of thoseon

thoughtful and deep poesy. make out a place to stop so's I coulddo the program.
The old idea of the cycle as ad- my tradin and get my groceriesinto I Don't fail to reserve this date-the
Shubert has been and I i 23rd-for this musical treat. Someof
vanced by quite my car, overheard a man
extensively followed by 'composers of say that a lady couldn't drive near the very best talent in the city has are the newest and choicest

recent times, and Somervell, in taking enough to a store to step out on the been secured for the program, which
it sidewalk owin will be published later.MUSICAL of this coming season,
this poem, has extracted from to the chain of auto

a series of songs that have a close mobiles a settin along the walk. Now, of the famous Printzessline
connection and make a consecutiveand I say there had orter be a limit to PROGRAM

artistic development. Somervellis the space where cars and buggies L. & C. S. Star line and the
very, modern and he has followed stands, just like they have in them To Bt- Rendered Before the Tomlin-

closely the Wagnerian demand that big cities, and have the policeman see I son Lecture Monday Evening, Gem line. These are the lines that
words and music shall be each a part that they stand where they should. September 13: 1913, at the

of the whole, that each is essential to The only fault with Orlando is the City Opera House I we have built our Coat and Suit Business

the other for a perfect lyric. The ac- narrow streets, and there is onl:(
companiment, it will be observed, is just room enough for traffic and Orchestra preludeOverture"Raymond" on. There are none better. '

strongly illustrative and helpful to passin, without twenty or thirty cars . .A. Thomas :
the understanding of the words, and standin on both sides the hull day, Spanish Dance-"Manolos y Man- Every day we are getting more,
assists in denoting the dramatic move- making it dangerous to pass down olas" " . J. Toboda Steger
ment of the idea of each song. the aisle left in the middle. It looks Selection from the Comic Opera, and invite you to come and see them.

Do not fail to hear Forrest Dabney like that there little old Treasury "Sweethearts" . . Victor Herbert -
Carr in this, on Thursday, at the street in St. Augustine where them "You Made Me Love You", . . , You will be entertained and pleased.

Opera House, at 8:15, under the aus- I Spaniards could stand on their own , . . . , , , Jas. V. Monaco
pices of the Mendelssohn Club. I side of the street and kiss each other (The 1913 biggest song hit,) We are fast getting our upstairsline

across. My man he says when things
of Ready-to-Wear goods in shapefor
THE CATHEDRAL SCHOOL gets lively here in November that he FAVORITE TREATER-3c

can't rest easy a thinkin of me tryinto I High Class Motion Pictures the fall business.
Since the recent return of Rev. and steer my automobile down Orange Pictures Changed Daily
Mrs. Cobb to the Cathedral school, avenue, and 1 ain't so sure but what I Mondays Program
after their vacation spent in Pennsylvania he's right Mr. Editor. Bein as I don't 3 Big Reels 3

the preparations for the reopening call myself a suffragette, I don't wantto "Vengeance of Skystone" (Nestor). I
of that popular institution knock too hard, but I rises to ask, A powerful two-reel Indian-military :
have gone forward rapidly. can't we have the streets whats madeto drama. A succession of thrills and :
The prospects for this year's work drive on and not have automobileslined tense climaxes. Over 800 Indians and

are very encouraging, both as regardsan up like peas in a pod, or sar- 800 soldiers-1,600 people in the cast :
excellent faculty and in the pupils dines packed in a can? I says tc One day only."Damages :

who wish to be enrolled. By the my man, I says Mr. Ferris stands for in Full" (Imp.). A
first of October, the date for beginning fairness and I'm goin to ste if he splendid comedy feature with
regular work, all will be in read won't speak to Dick Holland about laughs. many I, I N. P. YOWELL

iness for receiving each one of the this here business. When Holland Matinee, 2 to 5. Night, 7 to 10.
large household soon to gather here. speaks in meetin there is some earth- Admission 5 cents to all.

The introduction this year of a de- quake but not knowin him myself, I Coming soon! "Thus Saith the
partment of domestic science is an feel too modest like to be a requestin Lord," a wonderful Biblical feature
advance step which will prove a great I anything of him. Bein a friend of in two p"arts. IliiliMlltiimilllMIIMIiliHIIMMMIMItMlimmiilMMtMlimillllH-
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benefit to all who avail themselves I mine I know you will tend to this )Ir. -- I
I I NEW YORK MARKET changed to nine points up, and sold ignored. The more favorable news
thereof, and it promises to become Editor, so no more from me this time A MUSICAL TREAT |i )
I about twelve to fifteen points net
very popular with boarding and day from i Washington regarding legisla-

pupils alike. An efficient instructor, Yours Truly Under the auspices of the Mendelssohn New York, Sept 13.The buying,!higher heavy during realizing early trading.above 13 There cents tion against cotton future tradingand

Miss M. Holley, from Marquette, IZZY BUTTIN Club, Mr. Forrest Dabney Carr. movement in cotton which developed :was for December contracts. This checked a storm warning for the gulf

Michigan, a graduate of the Illinois!I ,of Little Rock, Ark., the noted basso yesterday afternoon on reports that'I the advance and the market became coast stimulated buying ,and the ring
State college, has been secured for I I During the delightful month of Sep' contante, will render Tennyson's spinners were taking an increased in-1 I 1'irregular. was unable to meet the demand.
this work, and under her guidance it tember make your plans for the fall "Maud" song cycles. terest was in evidence again at the i;I Much of the buying came from shorts

will add much value to the regular and winter. Our advertisers antici- Opera House, Thursday, September opening this morning. Reports from:I I I I NEW ORLEANS MARKET who were afraid to carry their cotton
school course. pate your coming needs and tell you 18, at 8:15 p. m. i the domestic goods markets indicated 1 1I over Sunday in the face of weather
-v interestingly in our columns what and Admission 35 and 50 cents. I active demand and there were further!I I New Orleans, Sept. 13.-Cotton futures conditions. At the end of the first
Between two evils it is better to whereto buy most conveniently.For complaints of too much rain on open opened steady at an advanceof half hour of business prices were

marry for money than for a chanceto Mrs. M. A. Hatcher left yesterdayfor cotton in the Southwest. seven to eleven points. Cables twelve to sixteen points over yester-

get even. the news, read The Sentinel."A. Chattanooga. The market opened steady, unf were not as high as due but were day's close.


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