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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 16, 1913
Daily (except Monday)
normalized irregular
Physical Description:
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Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )


Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1913.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 1, no. 269 (Dec. 20, 1913).
General Note:
J.F. Schumann, editor.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 4 (Feb. 14, 1913).

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

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Chief Dean of the Orlando Fire morning at ten o'clock the

Department has returned from his county court room will be the scene I :

month's vacation, during the first part of what promises to be a large and

TELLS TWO\ STORIES INVESTIGATION OF BRYAN LAW of which he spent in New York at- important gathering for the discus- WILL MANUFACTURE CITRATEOF NAMED 11 11I

SHOWS FIRST CHOICE VOTES tending the convention of fire chiefs sion of the proposition to bond .the LIME AND OTHER PRODUCTS ,

and viewing the exhibition and dem- county for half a million dollars I
onstration of fire apparatus at the worth of road bonds. Ii


GIRL BECAUSE HE LOVED I As much as there was to see andas county commissioners who as a boardare AND ASK FOR AID

HER, BUT HAS ANOTHERVERSION It was discovered last week by a big as it was in extent, Chief Dean considering two petitions, one pre- was reported to the Board of IN SECUIUXGPPHOl'IU-

friend of the News that when the I says that it wasn't as good a show as sented by the Orlando Board of Trade Trade last night that arrangementswere i

last legislature passed Senator Bry-I made at Syracuse two years ago. But and the other by the Apopka Boardof in progress for procuring the I ATION FOR BUILDING

an's primary bill it provided for a with all that he says that the show Trade, that the commissioners call location of a factory for the manufac-
New York, Sept. 15.In the hopeof If the officials at Washington approve
plurality primary, the Pensacola ture of citrate of lime from the culls I
minuteof of
was such a big one that every an election for the purpose au-
branding as an imposter and pseu- there seems little doubt that
i News. Section 44 of the new law the time was occupied, and he thorizing an issue of $500,000 for road of'citrus fruits. ;I
do priest, the Rev. Hans Schmidt, the A of large !( Orlando will secure the experiment
contains the following sentence: thinks he learned things that building.To a com-
alleged self confessed slayer of Anna many with factories in station, including biological laboratory
First and second choice votes shallot pany Italy, Spain,
will be of use in fighting future fires secure the best opinion of the
Aumuller, victim of New York's and botanical gardens, that the
California in Orlandoa
Cuba and
be cast by a voter for the same in Orlando. county the commissioners decided was
murder mystery, church authorities candidate, and in the event this shall up- few days ago and laid the matter government wishes to locate in cen
"Before I went to this convention, on a mass meeting. Much publicityhas
began today a sweeping investigationof before the officers of the board tral Florida for the purpose of fur-
be done, only the first choice votes requesting -
his said Chief Dean, "I was in favor of been given the meeting and it is
Schmidt's record and preten- its into
their At the ther developing investigations
shall be counted. the auto pump, chemical and hose for i believed that the subject is of such co-operation.
sions to ordination."We the commercial possibilities of
last it determinedto grow-
The principal object of the new towns like Orlando, but since seeeingthe great interest in all parts of the meeting night was
hope, of course, to be able to ing plants for essential oils, spices
law is to abolish the second primary. meet the conditions for securingthe
i iI
monsterwas demonstrations and visiting a i county that there will be a goodly
that unspeakable and stuffs.According .
prove The bill should have provided that a factory. The new enterprise has dye
number of the smaller cities of NewYork representation from practically
and that he had been I(I everysection.
an imposter to schedule, as printed in
contracted with the Florida Citrus:
ballot cast for the same candidate for I I am inclined to the belief that .
using forged papers," declared Monsignor the Sentinel, Dr. Samuel C. Hood, as-
: for of cull
both first and second choice should be Exchange a large quantity
of the the chemical and hose truck alone is At the Board of Trade meeting last
LaVello, vicar general thrown out entirely, but it says that j I here. I don'tmean : Chairman Overstreet all fruit, out of which their product is sistant under the bureau of plant industry -
arch diocese of New York. "That is what is most needed I night invited I before the Board of
the first choice shall be counted and manufactured.. it is said that the
to by that to do away with the I members of the board to be presen:..
something which we are trying Trade last and outlined the
I and of citrate of lime is night
he to the second choice shalt be thrown engine we have; it is well to keep the The invitation is general, for it is de- price supply
clear up now. Although came controlled and that work that the government has been
with credentials which out.If I engine, and if it is desired to do away sired to have not only a large crowd by Italy, a great
this diocese since 1907. Dr.
doing at Orange City
the of
field is for development
you are an ardent Fletcher supporter -(with the horses, why the engine can I but a free expression. The tenor of open
were apparently in every way authentic I that business in Florida. Positive Hood said that for various reasons it
you will not cast your second tractor and run under its the meeting will probably determinethe
put on a
and genuine, we know prac- I I Ibe I announcement and fuller particulars had been decided to abandon the plantat
choice vote for Gilchrist because you
action of the commissioners in
him. His crime is own power. I
tically nothing of I and location
will Orange City secure a new -
fear Gilchrist may win out by your! concerning factory probablybe
conceive. We "In my conversation with those fire I regard to calling the election.
too horrible to can He elaborated his plans
in short time. For
lone second choice. Neither will forthcoming a ,
you| chiefs who have been through Minor Favors Brick
only hope that he may prove to have experi-I', business the board did not they have been set forth in these columns -
vote your second choice for Stocktonfor reasons
I ences with both the auto and The Sentinel yesterday received a
been a pseudo priest. the same reason. Nearly every' trucks I advised that it1! letter from T. J. Minor of Ocoee divulge the name of the company. stating that the requirementsof
In his cell in the Tombs, with his power was one I I the government would be about
Schmidt sound- voter will vote for his candidate and .was a bad plan to do away with all i of the most prominent and influential
coat as a pillow, slept his I I Ii forty acres of land and a building
the and this for candidate only. That is cer- j the horses in the event an auto truck citizens of that section, as follows:
ly through night. arose WANTEDPOSTOFFICEBUILDING with four thousand square feet of
tain. Second choice votes count,-and purchased. Always at least i i "As it will be for to
morning to partake of a ,hearty !jis keep ] impossible me floor space. The building must be located -

breakfast. He had little to add to his your second candidate choice may be defeated by ,one pair of horses in reserve, they i i attend the good roads meeting tomor' FOR ORLANDOEFFORT in town so as to have access to

alleged confession of last night in votes. I 11 said, for there was never an automobile row, you can put me down as in favor and the land
Therefore electricity, gas water;
which he is said to have told the po- the the high man will win 1 i made that wouldn't stick and refuse -' of bonding for brick roads. As I was desired to be not more than three

lice that he killed his victim as she out, not candidate receiving the to work some times. i to plans, I leave that to those who I I
majority of the votes. So Florida has i i "The of the have WILL BE MADE TO GET miles from city.
lay in bed, cut up her body in the advantages auto truck more experience than I have. Mr. M. 0. Overstreet stated imme-

bath tub of the apartment where he a plurality primary.GWYNNE I I under ordinary circumstances, however If there is anything that is better and QUICK ACTION IN REGARD diately that he was willing to donate

are Suppose, for instance -| cheaper than brick, I for that.
had established, wrapped it in five HAS SAMPLESOF I I many. am TO APPROPRIATIONOrlando tfie land l that was needed. lie didn't
bundles and dropped the bundles in that we had a fire out on! Yours, etc., T. J. Minor."
would be
HAY GRASSES' I know if he had land that
the Hudson river. To the Rev. L. J. !j Lucerne Circle and another one fol- '
needs building
I I a postoffice suitable to the purposes of the gov-
Evers, the Tombs chaplain, Schmidtwas I lowing quickly at the other end of before there isI I
Some fine samples of Rhodes and 'j and will need it worse ,ernment or if it lay within the three
town. It would be to walk'the 'i KIRKLANDSHOTCHADWICK I
said to have made the following necessary
of it, so the Orlando -
Natal grasses were exhibited at the any prospect getting mile limit, but the proffer was freely
horses back from the Circle and
declaration: Board of Trade is going to see
made and applauded.Mr. .
directed kill her St. Board of Trade rooms last night by probably lose out at the other fire. IN LEG HELD BOND ,
"I was to by Alderman G..P. Gwynne. These ; ON what can be done about it. I I W. R. O'Neal, on behalf of the
who is This shows the advantage of the
Elizabeth, my patron, as a sac-
grasses grow with great success 'in i truck." Dr. Christ brought the subject up I Fair association, offered a site for
rifice to be consummated as was the ;i
this section and produce many tonsto 1---1 I at the meeting last night. He said the location of the building, and Mr.
sacrifice of Abraham in blood. Chief Dean had a good time and
the acre. Their adaptability to RESTAURANT (HELPERS FAILED !: he thought a half million appropriation J. M. Cheney offered to pay ten per
To the police Schmidt is alleged to looks the part. After visiting New
this section can be no longer doubted, I| TO HOLD MAN POLICEMAN : should be asked for. That the cent of the cost of the building, which
York he went to Rochester visita
have said: I to
since they have been tried with such sister and then I LEFT IN THEIR CHARGE II proposed appropriation of 500,000 i I was estimated at $1,200.
"I killed her because I loved her. up on to the little !
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success by many people. Hay con- would not build an office to i Mr. L. G. Starbuck stated that he
The police believe, however, that he town of Naples, his old home, to renew i town i
killed her because she was soon to bea tinues to be a profitable crop, and i his boyhood acquaintances. Dur-j: Running a restaurant and detaining I the needs at present, and the thought such funds should be raised

Florida farmers would do well would outgrow even a larger build by taxation and that the city and
mother. They believe that the girl to go ing his absence Mr. Clark Robertson persons wanted by the police are i| I

accepted as genuine the marriage ceremony in for more hay. Rhodes and Natal filled the position of acting chief. !i two different things and the two I ing in the course of a few years. Dr. ;county should make the necessary appropriations -

grasses are probably the best to be ; young fellows who serve Christ thought the matter of such I President Bradshaw
through which she went with!
last and found. I and coffee at the Model cafe through I seroius importance that he wanted a I: and others expressed a like opinion,
her alleged slayer February !
i general committee appointed to enlist :and it was later determined to present -
in which he was both priest and bride SEMINOLE GETS TAX ; the wee sma' hours of the morning! !'

MEXICAN TROUBLES INVADE i I !: are ready to take oath that they w.*, : the interest of all the winter the matter to the county commissioners -

groom.With a view to clearing the mystery -I: PEACE OF TEXAS TOWN SA CERTIFICATES :. not volunteer to help police officers : itors to the end that they use 'is-I I today, and find how the

surrounding the murder of eight I, in their duties again I I,j| influence with their respective congressmen -i I i board stood in regard to the proposition. -

Special to The Sentinel j I I i It was about four o'clock Sunday :I Ii to help get an adequate ,; A committee composed of Sam

year-old Alma Kellner, whose. muti- Carrizo Springs, Tex., Sept. 15.-'I 'morning. that Policeman Bozarth ar- I!| postoffice for Orlando. i iI Johnson, E. S. Sperry and L. G. Star-
lated body was found in quicklime i in Intense feeling here CLERK B. M. ROBINSON i
prevails against TURNS
the basement of St. John's Catholic ):II rested Joe Kirkland and L D. Chad-i I[ Postmaster W. R. O'Neal said he I buck was named for this work. Mr.
Barney Cline, a soldier of fortune J I
THAN TEN THOUSAND Starbuck stated that he might out
church in Louisville, Ky., two and and thirteen Mexican I I wick in the west end of the city,'was in favor of doing all possible toget I
ammunition DOLLARS WORTH where in action but didn't think it i of town later when the committee
one-half the police sough I they had engaged a row quick ,
years ago smugglers, who were indicted here,
; worth while to ask for half would have work to do and asked for
I which resulted in Kirkland's shooting would be I
to obtain from Schmidt some
today today for the murder of Sheriff j
statement of what he might know of Oritz Manuel Clerk B. M. Robinson of Orange Chadwick in the leg. The police of- i I a million dollars, in view of the revised I a substitute, and J. P. Holbrook was
who, they are alleged to !
this crime. From August, 1909, till have county has turned over tax sale cer-I ficer had his hands full, trying to pet : method of providing postoffice appointed in his place. The committee -
shot and killed after ,
March, 1910, Schmidt was a visitor in him to the most fearful subjecting I} tih"cates to the clerk of Seminole''' the wounded man and the other one'!|buildings. All towns of similar size had a conference with Dr. Hood
Louisville, not officially connected county to the amount of $10,299.40. I I along, and when he reached the Model i were now being given the same character last night after the meeting.In .
They will be tried Wednesday and if i
with any church there, but a guest convicted will all be hanged together. !I i This represents the amount of certificates -I cafe he decided he would get assistance -' of building, he said. Mr. O'Neal presenting the matter to the

in the home of the Rev. Henry 1 B. I Ii i unredeemed that remained ir. So he left Kirkland in the care stated that Orlando stood fifth in im- board Dr. Hood made a very interest-

the clerk's office of lof the two restauranteurs 'portance of the postoffices in Florida ing statement in regard to the investigations -
Westernmann, rector of the Church AVIATOR LILIE KILLED I Orange county young
of the Immaculate Conception. Alma j I I IN HUNDRED FOOT FALL which belonged under division to Sem- I while he took Chadwick to a hospital. I and did as much business in its I that he had been conductingfor

Kellner disappeared on December 3, I I inole county. Deputy Clerk Roberts When he returned he found that postoffice as the average town of fifteen I the government. The high cost of
1909. Her body was found nine I Special to The Sentinel. I I tof Seminole has been in Orlando for; Kirkland had gotten on his ear and thousand people in other states.In I camphor several years ago caused the

months later. Joseph Wendling, janitor -I Galesburg, 111., Sept. 15.-Max!I'several weeks checking over the cer-I impressed the two sandwich sellers. making application for an appro- government to begin its investigations -

'at St. John's church, is now serving Lilie, the Chicago aviator, was killed :, tificates on hand and making a separation -I that they would better let him go. priation, he said, that every effort I to see if the product could not

a life term in prison at Frankfort,1 here today while making an exhibi- I of them from those which were ; Kirkland was arrested again Sunday 'ought to be made to raise the classi- be manufactured in Florida. The result -

tion flight at the Policeman Carlton. fication and get Orlando into the forty -1 was the establishment of the station -
Ky., for the crime. Wendling stoutly II Galesburg fair. His to be retained in Orange county. He night by

denied his guilt and the jury did not I machine was wrecked in the fall. He : was assisted in this work by Messrs. He is held to answer the charge of thousand population class, because at Orange City, and so successful -

consider the evidence sufficient to I J dropped a hundred feet and barely i Cawood and Vivian of the clerk's of- shooting Chadwick, under bond to the provision should be made for the future -I did the idea prove that a large

lodge against him a verdict of first :i I missed the east end of the grand fice here. In order to be sure that Ii city for $100 and the county for $200. and it was probable that such a plantation for growing camphor had

degree murder.Of island where hundreds were watching: they were right the certificates were, He will probablhave his hearing clasification would give Orlando an been planted in Putnam county and

Schmidt's antecedents little is j the flight :j checked over three times, and it is a ';before Mayor Reynolds this morning,,appropriation only adequate to the the first shipment of several tons of

known here save his own word. He I: pretty safe bet that the correct division -:'provided Chadwick is able to appear. needs. I gum camphor was sent from that

was born in Germany in 1881, was I PRESIDENT GOLFS ONCOLLEGE I has been made. This matter has I against him. I! A motion was made by Mr. Braxton plant this year. Camphor is imported ;

educated there, ordained by Bishop I LINKS no reference to the tax redemption! Beacham i to appoint a committee to to the extent of more than two
millions of dollars
i annually,
Kestain in St. AU stin's.seminar funds, which are yet to be divided confer with Congressman Frank
Special to The SentinelCornish
in Mainz and came to New York in N. H., Sept. 15.-Presi-,when the clerk shall have received -COUNTY COMM'RS Clark, chairman of the committee on .Florida product, said Dr. Hood, and

1906. In 1909 he went to Trenton, dent Wilson spent the last few hoursof I report from the comptroller concerning Messrs. W. R. O'Neal and H. H.':,I public buildings, asking if he could i he had a sample with him which was

N. J.. and in December, 1910, was appointed his visit to the summer white the June sales. Dickson will go to Seminole county ':' not do something to hurry Orlando's passed around that which for inspection from Japan.Dr. was.
equal to came
assistant rector of, st Boni house in playing golf on the Dart- today to appear before the board in chances for a new postoffice building.
offered for the inspection i
Hood also -
face's church in this city. There he mouth college links at Hanover. THE WEATHER the interest of the South Florida Midwinter -I{President Bradshaw suggested that a
of the members a number of
met the Aumuller girl, who he said After luncheon several members of Exposition, which will be held, like committee be appointed to communicate -
that he had made from
other extracts
y had come to this country from Germany motored across the riverto Florida: Local showers Tuesdayand in Orlando in February. It is beI with Congressman Claude lemon
aromatic plants, including
a few'months before. Windsor to see him start for Wednesday, except generally fair lieved that Seminole will readily L'Engle. The president withheld the

(Continued on last page.) Washington. in northwest. I agree to make an exhibit. ![appointment of the committees. (Continued on Last Page.)



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ITEMS I I'UOM. I TAFT at-the A. C. L depot for a few days -. I The Cathedral Schoo f- ID
while the regular agent is home fora !
Taft, Fla., Sept. iq.The soundof I \isit. If you want the Best Ii EAST CENTRAL AVENUE A .l k pJ
hoard in Select and
the saw and hammer is Orlando's Boarding
Taft. Mayor Bristol is building an: CONWAY ITEMS II Day School For Girls
his house that he built a
addition to
CLOTHES Reopens Wednesday, Octo her 1 1.
short time ago on }Fourth street. Conway, Fla., Sept. 13.-The Perry Primary, Intermediate, and < ) yI r
When completed he will have a nice, house on the clay road southeast of I Grades. 0w.
comfortable cottape. Carpenters and the county home is being put into i
I Also Courses in Music, Art. EIOI'u-
masons are at work also on the school repair inside and out by Messrs. I MADE TO MEASUREYou I tion, Domestic Science, Physical ('uiture. -
building.Our Smith and Arnold. This used to be I .
school is progressing finely un-' one of the most beautiful places in I Twelve specially trained Teachei-;'. 4
der the management of 1'rof. Riley, this section with its wealth of fruit I Individual attention. Loving! care. ,
with a good attendance. He seems and flowers and rare tropical shrub- now have the opportunity, REV RODERICK P. COBB, A. M, I
to be the right man in the right bery. Principal.WE I II LE.RBOrT

place. The Misses Ethel and Sarah Craw- for we have with us special rep- I I our quality confections by a trial purchase

X. McKain and C. A. Tompkinswere ford passed a very successful exami- FIT GLASSES, GRIND LEXSE! of a pound box of our
in Orlando on business last Fri- nation and have received appoint- resentative of Strauss & Bros., AND DO ALL KINDS OF CHOCOLATESBON
Miss Ethel will be principalof I.
day.The people who went North last ments.the Geneva school and Miss Sarah of Baltimore. He will be withus OPTICAL REPAIRINGDR. BONS

spring to "cool off" are returning of the school in Longwood. Both of I .\ "pointer" for the person wanting:
for next three daysTuesday, I ihe best at a reasonable price-the
quite lively now, and say that Floridais these schools have a large attend-
the place for them after all, as up ance. Miss Ethel had a very pleasant I I utmost in purity and deliciousnes
Wednesday and Thursday, this Daintily packed and in the original
freezeall last
North it was either roast or experience in St. Augustine year
the time.A I in her teaching and pleasant surI I I shapes and variety of flavors.BUTT'S .

new flag pole was raised recent- roundings. Miss Sarah enjoyed her' week. I
ly on the school grounds, where "Old trip to Chattanooga and Nashvilleand : L. H. RAMSDELL I Kandy Kitchen

Glory" floats every school day. Three her summer school was very suc- I @ @ OPTOMETRIST 1 -
cheers were given with a will whenit cessful. Miss Belle gained a very (Successor to Dr. 0. P. Likins)
first went up.Commander high per cent in her studies at the ORLANDO, FLOIUD.I .\ : THE WILLOLA
' N. McKain and C. A. college in Tallahassee and will re I I Modern, Home-Like
Come in and the Line of I
see Big
Tompkins start tomorrow for Chat- turn there this year to graduate.Mrs. tllll"'I.II.IIII.11111111Fresh : Prices Moderate

tanooga to attend the national encampment Metz and niece, Miss Margaret -
of the G. A. R. They will Hill, are spending a few days SamplesAT Sanitary and
visit the battlefields on Lookout i I with the Misses:: Jacocks, of Orlando. :: SOUTH ORANGE AVENUENear
Mountain, Wauhatchie, MissionaryRidge = the BESTOUR :! Lake Lucerne
Another chicken pillau was given ,I
etc., where they both partici-
by the Loyds on James lake. This '
pated in the battles fifty years ago. has become a very popular entertain- Brown& Lartigue CANDIES-MAKING EVERY DAY THEM MRS. W. T. WALKER
A short time since the G. A. ment.
here was visited by Department :
post Orange buyers are around engaging Sanitary-as they are made .
Commander W. N. Siggins. An "open I I
fruit at very good prices. clean, and every piece wrappedin
meeting" was held. Commander Sig. MMIiMHMMtlf}i+H IH
wax paper.
gins gave us a very entertaining address YOU WILL SAVE MONEY
HISTORY best of
WHITE HOUSE 1 MlllitlMttiHttlMllltftMMMIIHMMIM8H Best-as we use grade
followed by
several others also several everything on the market. I>y Getting Prices on your
Kain and ;
(Washington Post) ; Brick and Stone WorkBefore
relief ,
women's SALE
members of the corps FOE
: j
Irich architect,
(who were present) responded to James Hoban, an Will appreciate if you will give Building.
short but interesting designed the White House and was : them a trial. Phone or Write
calls and gave -
It was a jolly good meet- paid $500.Corner : Acme Brick and
speeches. stone laid by Washington, I I Six-room, Bath and Pantry, Modern house. One Block : Mayer, Galentin & Mayer :

ing.Taft Post No. 37 meets the first October 13, 1792. from and in view of Lake Lucerne. Two blocks from : 134 SOUTH ORANGE AVE. :. I StoneVorks
imme- :
Work of construction began
and third Thursdays of each month. Railroad. Lot : o : MAITLAND FLORIDA
diately after corner stone laying. station, east side of Atlantic Coast HICMIillMIMMttllOMtJ. -
The W. R. C. No. 6 meets the second -- ---- I CHAS. A. DALLAS, Prop.ANNOUNCEMENT ;
Building practically completed in feet shaded west by Camphor trees, on :
and fourth Wednesdays of each 100x142 on I .. .
October, 1800. A. T OWE
month. south by large Oaks. Nice Lawn. 50 bearing Grape- :
fire British,
Partly destroyed by by
Taft is quite at Law
Business in picking up Attorney
lively. Quite a number of sales have 1814. Cost of building at time, $333- fruit and Oranges and 100 younger trees; also English Just received new lot factory sec-

been made lately by the McKoy Land 207. Walnuts, Guavas, Pecans, Bananas, and Pineapples Practices in all the Courts onds. They look good to us.

company, and, it is said, to actual set- Restored and reopened January 1, bearing. 40 Acres heavy pine timbered Land, north Room 11-McNcill & Da\is Building I. W. PHILLIPS & SO S.I. .
cost of $300,000.
tiers, which is what Florida needs. 1818 at a

Too much land in the hands of nonresident I builder.Rebuilt by James Hoban, original. west side Lake Barton, i ,., . . . . .... .... ... ... ..'
speculators, unimproved, anda
big blot on improved sections. Res- ANGE & BATES
idences and gardens should be in To a man who is getting a small "Sentinel" OfficeIMHtMHIMMIMMIIMIIiMMMMMIMIHtltH I.
many places where now is only tall salary and has a large family to sup- Apply R0011 s. BAND BLOCK PHONE 156i

pines and palemtto brush.C. port, home is the dearest place on .
E. Harthey is the genial agent earth. .. II G.I ell III' I 51

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

Furnishings, Shoes, and Tailoring Department, and are forcedto

close out our LADIES' DEPT to get added room.

t 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

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

HMMIMMMIIIIMMMH better quarters in the Rock building BEFORE DECIDING

The grocery bill' for the prisonersof I': What You Want ; opposite the San Juan hotel,
the Tampa police department for rooms 1 and 2, which my increasing

the month of August amounted to I business required.

$777.80. : How You Want It I am revising my sales list, and am

twenty The opening thousand of dollar the Bagdad hotel, Inn whichis a 111111111111111111111111ff When You Want II ready property.From to all list reports your received city and from country myj1! : ear C t the e "L mll L"an rM ll [ in rnin !

now nearing completion in Milton. friends and business connections in
For anything in the I II
will take place this month. the North, I shall do a large business .I
| | line of PRINTING I .
ff J I this winter, and will use my best efforts I ea
\ come to us and we
The Pensacola police departmenthas will guarantee you I to sell the properties listed with : ..
definitely decided to do away II' ,1
satisfactory work at prices me.I --
with using horses to pull the patrol : that are RIGHT. have many satisfied customers, e -
wagon and will buy an automobile!! who became winter residents of Or-

patrol wagon. i I lando and vicinity by my personal

efforts, and they are now boosting for i
The citrus fruit crop of the 1913-14 i Orlando and
season will be about a million boxes Yours truly,
I Notices of Lost, Wanted, For Sale. For
shorter than it was the last preced- Rent, itc., for this column, 25c for one day. CARL JANSSN,
ing season, according to estimates'made 'I 50c for three days, or 75c for one week, for Real Estate, Notary Public, Fire
25 words or It's. Money must accompanythe
by S. J. Sligh, the fruit broker, advertisements for this column, as no Insurance. 1m d&w
insertions will be made on credit.
who is probably better qualified to
pass an expert opinion than anyone MISCELLANEOUSMoney
else in Florida. ---- LOST-Liver colored pointer with
I. to loan on improved prop- city tag 91. Please notify Butt's
erty. S. Y. WAY.Dr. Kandy Kitchen. tf
in Pensacolafor
Building operations - --
the month of August were unusually J. C. Howell, Osteopath, has FOUND-A bicycle. Call at WilliamHaley's ORLANDO AUTO AND SUPPLY COMPANY
201 South Owner ;
of the build-
good, the report returned and will be at his office, in can have same by paying for this ad. ,
that 170 building
ing inspector showing Cheney block, every day from 10 to ---
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permits were issued for the I 12 and by appointment. Phone, office FOUND-A riding skirt. Owner can
month, the total value of all build- or residence. 9-11-Gt get same by calling at the Sentinel
ing done for the month being $241 office and paying for this ad. If you want the news, subscribe for I A want ad. in the Daily Sentinel If you want the news, subscribe for

402. I Hotel- Breakers, Daytona Beach- ; a 'he Daily Sentinel. I always pays. i I The Daily Sentinel.MttCMMMMMI .

new hotel; has all modern conveniences -

which fronts on Ocean just southof ,
The of diphtheria ;
Bring together buyer and seller, MMIO MHMtT
the town of DeFuniak Springs has ocean pier. Rates $2.50 per day landlord and tenant, employer and

been experiencing for the past two and upwards. Special rates by the employe, loser and finder. They doan MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMH IOW.LCoimmmmmummG1I1I1I1I..h :
end. week or month. We make a specialty -
weeks is practically an
enormous amount of work at a .
of sea food dinners Thursday evenings -
There have been but three deaths ridiculously small price. They reach
from the disease, and all the other and Sunday noon. 7-8-tf.: hundreds daily. Everybody reads MMMMMMMMYou

cases A plan are to rapidly drain canvalescing.the Kissimmee businessmen valley ASK Coffee.your grocer FOR for SALE Jackson 6-21-tf.Square them.Big"want"value in ads.'p7 little. space-the Sentinel A as an e for [Ee1eIICieS

is being worked out by

and land owners of Osceola Cauliflower and cabbage plants for are suddenly called from home; some member of the family takes ill during the
county. The project is no doubt per- sale. Bartlett Gardens. 3t
night; friends come in unexpectedly-various other domestic emergencies arise
fectly feasible and, if carried through which require a fire in a hurry. Are you prepared for such contingencies? Have
fertile land BUY lot in Thornton Park, a nice
will some very to a
open up suburb in east part of the city. Gail you a gas range, or are you "battling" with a wood or coal stove?
cultivation. Jensen. In days before matches were invented the housewife kept a fire burning con-

tinuously, because to build a fire by friction and gunpowder was a tedious job.
Work on the new dormitory for FOR SALE-New modern five-room The value of a quick-fire was recognized in the long-ago. Then came the match

Palmer college is progressing rapidly, centrally located.7-1 Apply d & w this tf MM RY a and the wood stove, but for emergency purposes it falls short of the mark. But

and the work on the three new t TAMPA I the gas range came along. It is "direct transmission" applied to kitchen affairs-

buildings for the industrial school are FOR SALE-One cylinder Cadillac. J and can be geared up to the giant burner, or slowed down to the simmerer.

the principal building operations going John Ammann, P. 0. Box 393. Why subject yourself to an old-fashioned stove when all this inconvenience can

on now and all of these are to 9-11-lwk THERE NOTHING be removed by buying a range. The gas stove is quick, clean, reliable, economical.Let .

be ready for opening of the schools FOR SALE-Two good sound and I I us prove to you all the claims we have made by installing one for you now.
in October. DeFuniak Springs Note -
gentle mules. Fine workers t nd
in Pensacola Journal.A a bargain, if taken at once. Call on
or address C. Whitney Wright, Or- O U O wnm LIGHT CO,
lando, Fla. 7-10 d & w
new, modern and up-to-date,opera .
house is nearing completion in FOR SALE-Player piano, 88-note,I
Milton and it is said it would be a Remington, made by Starr Piano' > MMMMMMMMMM
credit to a city the size of Pensaola That's the principle we work on
slightly used, good shape in every respect -
The structure, which represents an Will make some reduction for in the manufacture of POINSET- i
expenditure of between fifteen me cash. Music with same. For further TIA Ice Cream every ingredientthat
twenty thousand dollars, is of biff information apply to P. 0. Box 114 goes into Poinsettia Ice Cream *
colored pressed brick. Milton is certainly Winter Garden Fla. 7-10-dwtf MUST be THE BEST. Every r ittlii> lir > tM MIMntMMMMiMMMMMMMMMMM >Mtrtiiriiir rtW

method used in its manufacture
the front.
forging to
FOR SALE-100 acres of good pine
i and hammock land on the east side MUST be scientifically sanitary and !
The city council of Tarpon Sprints of Lake Apopka. This tract of lam hygienic.
is exceedingly for citrus
rood growing -
election -- -
has provided for a special ,
i and trucking. The timber is in Labor, expense, trouble and
to be held October 14, at which tine its virgin state. Call on or address
a $60,000 bond issue will be vote Mrs. W. T. Walker, Orlando, Fla. time are not considered in
the manufacture of POINSETTIA
upon. The bonds will be for the pur 9-11-lm -

pose of extending the paving, water I FOR SALE-100 acres of good pine Ice Cream.Its always have special prices, but we

and sewer systems, to construct a and hammock land on the east side for sale
do have sales.
city hall and jail, to buy fire fighting I of Lake Apopka. This tract of land in your town not any

equipment, and for park improve. I is exceedingly and trucking.good The for citrus timber growing is i in- Our plan is to take the money it would
ment. \its virgin state. Also city lot, 74x21
fronting three streets, Orange V.W.ESTES&CO.ORLANDO cost to make a sale, and put it into Real
We hear on good authority of a Jackson and Boone; centrally
crop of fruit sold on the trees re'Ieet ; fine hotel site. Call on or FLA. Bargains, such as will be to our custom-
ress Mrs W. T. Walker, Orlando,
Gently the oranges for $1.25 and the 9-11-lm No. 2 ers'advantage..
grapefruit for $2.00 per box. This i -

is getting a little more like it. With -- HORSES FOR SALE -- We mention a few articles that will go

only half a crop of grapefruit, the Two good horses. One large, the
i oranges considerably short, and the cher smaller. Both good workers. at reduced prices :

our California growers crop who little have if any fruit over should half, 913-3t iihlon Gore, 211 Lucerne Circle. I' Regular $2.50 and $3.00 White Pique

hold out for good prices, and not let Skirts at $1.74.
people with axes to grind bluff them I XEW MEAT MARKET I 1
into believing they will get left by I -+- ----- --- Regular $1.50 and $ 2.00 White Skirtsat
Ve ask if you will please try the
so doing.StarCocoa.Sergeant I
n& meat market that we have just I 96 Cents.A .
opned at 410 West Church street.
Jesse M. Berry, who died up
W at Fort Barrancas as the result of
Wttern meats. Quick delivery
injuries sustained when he fell from 1 Blouses from 46 Cents
Ph&e 41. W. T. Pollock, proprietor. up.
the second floor of the barracks, was
buried with military honors at the FOR RENT I 25 Per Cent off on Shoes.

national cemetery Monday, the obsequies - -- -- I
FOl RENT-Cottage end fiat, fur
being conducted by a minister
nhed and unfurnished. This book tells how everybodypays
from Penscaola. Sergeant Berry sustained I I .
626f. JAMES A. KNOX. I
and whether or not the)

His the never sacola hard skull his News regained was cement injuries. fractured consciousness.-Pen-pavement last Friday when and he night.hit he I II I FOR Chun FOR tENT FENT on street or--,Modern Orlando Five address 6-room room, Fla.J. Schnaar cottage.Ca cottage 9-11-tf,.,I I I i|are ORLANDO entitled to BUSINESS-credit.-- MEN'S,;\ HI K llll r'' / N w Y lt Barga r[ ill mr rl laililo,31y11311EliISivicbI ll[

I got location; also several good i ASSOCIATION.
;'officeooms! in the business section of i .111111111111111111111111111111111..111..11111.1.11111Olll e..IIOIIII..II.
.PREDICTION I i Orlan D. A. Cooper, 19 W. Church |I ., . \ .J.\\\\ \.O'\'LI . street Hunt & Brannon Bldg.9-14-l\\

Wauchula Advocate: Ex-Gov. Albert FOR ENT-Large, well furnished! MMMMMMM0MMMMMI *

W. Gilchrist is an avowed candi- roonto persons wishing suburban EVERYTHINGIN j
date for the United States senate.,accomr>dations; also 2 acres good i [
ccessories at conomical rrices
will truck hd, close in. Good opportunity J e are an
This is the time they get your fo :
right person. Address "A, I
goat, Albert. I. Sentine 9StfFOR I
Albert never had a goat. lie had :: FEEDFOR j
three monkeys, but nobody got them.\:1 RKT-Store room on the busy)I Suits for men, women or boys. If you intend to spend the holiday out of

In fact, the three monkeys got the I cornel of Church and Garland j Dresses for women and girls. town do not forget these:

other fellow's goat. streets. Size of store 24x70. Good Straw or felt hats or caps for man or boy. UMBRELLAS

opening dry goods, shoes and millinery New Neckwear. PARASOLS

Fruit of all kinds seems to be ma- stie. W. M. Slemons. 9-6-lm Crepe and muslin waists. RAINCOATS

turing very early this season. Or- WANTED LiVE[ STOCK T L Wool and cotton dress skirts. Suit Cases, Grips or Trunks a Complete

anges, grapefruit and tangerines are Balkan blouses. Line.

turning! to gold and the loquats are WISH TTRADE 40 acres fine land
near F-est City for automobile,
already forming on the trees. Ford caroreferred. A. C. White,' 1 LAUBACHThe Come in and pay us a visit anytime justto look around.. We feel sure yea will see

Apopka, lr. 9-14-61 something to interest ytt.
Advertising in the Sentinel brings
remunerative returns to advertisers.It WANTED Plain sewing of all I Grain Man. :

is profitable to advertise all the kinds. 1 Church street, over Favorite ; Church Street Phone 18IIMIIMItitlHilllllMli: SALOMON !

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DAILY THE MASS MEETING TODAY 1 1.some inconvenience in the spring and I!I nor to be held next Saturday after- -. .- ;I--I 1111 ; J '-' .;tH' 0 Q ,

summer. There is no trouble of this noon in an east side park. There will
South Florida SentinelMORNING
The county commissioners have kind, or any other kind, with the be a parade of the children, each carrying i

AND WEEKLY called a mass meeting to be held today wood block paving that was laid un- a flag, draped in black and arose j;

JOSIAH FERRIS, Editor and Owner for the purpose of discussing the der the first contract.To to be laid on the coffin of Mayor .t TIRE ECONOMY

Entered at the pustoffice at Orlando,-Florida petition presented to that body from sum it all up, Pensacola is de- Gaynor at city hall. ,
as Second Class Mail Matter. I the Orlando Board of Trade, asking lighted with its wood block paving, Citizens of the Brownesville sec- : ; TIRE SECURITYTIRE

SUBSCRIPTION HATES that a bond election for roads be and it is believed here that the ma- I tion of Brooklyn, a tenement district, ,

called. terial has been put down long enoughfor I have organized a committee to raise

TilE DAILY SENTINEL All phases of the question will be its bad qualities to show up, if I a fund to build a monument in mem-I I COMFORTThat

One Year .......... . ........$5.00 discussed, very probably, at today's it has any. ory of Mayor Gaynor. It has been

Six Months .... ........... .... 2.50 meeting. There has been some sug- From what the Times says about decided to secure funds for the monument -i' is the "Firestone"com-

Three Months ..... ........ .. 1.25By gestion that material other than brick Tampa's experience with wood block by popular subscription, residents : bination particularly o n

news carrier in Orlando 50 cents per be specified, some claiming superiority 'I paving it might be inferred that a and school children contributing ;,
month. Daily and Sunday. for wood block, one claim in its I very inferior grade of the material [one penny a week until sufficient NON-SKID Tires. Economyof

The Orlando Morning Sentinel can be found favor being the accessibility of this was sold to the Cigar City v money has been subscribed to build longest
on tale in Orlando at Curtis & Neat's BookStore wearSecurityagainst
and Wright Brothers.We material and its cheaper cost. The o the monument.

will appreciate prompt complaint if Sentinel presents the following ex- The proposition to issue $200,000 in No decision has yet been reachedas accident---comfort of

delivery u not promptly made by our carriers. pressions from the Tampa Times and bonds for better roads down in Lecounty e to the cost and kind of monument of resiliency

plication.Advertising rates 111'111 be furnished on ap the Pensacola News for whatever i. was defeated because the vot I to be erected.

light they may add to the considera- ers did not know where the roads:I __
year. by mail, postage paid.$1.00 tion of the subject: were to be improved, nor the mate MIKtMHMIKiltilMHi Tircstonc'
Address THE SENTINEL. Orlando. Florida. The city of Pensacola has had wooden rial that was to be used. It is only I
Office 107 Court Street Arcade Building.
Phone 24. block pavements for some little fair to put a definite, straightforward I |

time-not by any means, however, question before the tax payers, when !
,long enough for the quality of the they are asked to vote on the expend I TIRE

!material be in thorough iture of much We living
to any sense so money. are :
The New York World has been deprived -
of a leading editorial subject tested. She is pleased with them be- in a very practical age and deal . NON-SKID
cause she doesn't know. They look in matters in the concrete rather than t
-poor old Gaynor is out of the way.
pretty for a while and they are elastic in the abstract. "Perfecl Lubrication
and as near noiseless as any o in Cost most to build
Jacksonville added to its list of Every Drop"Is ,
horrors Sunday by a fatal motorc'clewreck pavement-but they won't last, and Locomotive Engineer J. C. Brown, : --but cost you leastto uhf
they are unsanitary while they do who guides train the ; 14..H
at the beach. The motorcycleis a over Coast I use Ask for Book 'c

an instrument of deathhorribleand last. Line every other day past Orlando, !I produced, refined, transport- \ [ -"\Vhat'sThat in
Miami has just contracted for .some has won the appointment of United edanddistributedbythelargestIndependent ' "
altogether unlovely. Tires.
of the same kind of pavement, although States marshal for the southern dis Oil Refining Company < -
o-- I
brick and asphalt and several! trict. He is to be congratulated. in the world, and only se- |
Harry Floyd's ear is better and his
j other materials before the Brown useful : J |
competed was a member of
typewriter is working again. The manufacture.
Tampa Tribune and the Pensacola I board awarding the contract, and although last legislature. He is straight I. W. rWlUr f jj

further the wooden blocks I clean and courageous. J. B. Perkins r
News printed articles Sunday from I
that erstwhile prolific.machine.o were the most expensive material of Pensacola, is to get the appointment I
upon which bids were tendered as marshal for the Co1
Pensacola and Miami will both district.
The motorcyclist who dashed head- regret -

long into a passing hearse manifestedan their action, the former first be- o
odd deviation from the habits of cause it has had the objectionable The Democrats of Maine are tryingto P.G.WALTONAgenle | r

some of his kind, who are constant pavement already some time, and the explain how it happened that th PHONES 1259HMMMMIMMMMMMH

and happy in the pursuit of the quick. latter further on, because she is just Republicans elected that congressmanin {

o preparing to take the step that Tam- the third district, and the Repub MtMIMMIIimtMMIMMIillMtmillO+}
took several and has licans seem to be as much surprisedas
Judge Parkhill, of Tampa, agrees pa years ago
with Harry Floyd that the legislature regretted almost as many years. the Democrats. But let us hope
that the old "hoodoo"
bungled the redistricting law so that This city had several miles of is broken about

the state will have to elect a con- wooden block pavements; at one time the results in Maine being an indication .

gressman at large again, unless the had more than of all other kinds com as to how the rest of the coun-

defects of the law are remedied by bined-now you couldn't give us a try will go. FOR SEPTEMBER
special session. square yard of it, or a square mileor
I The state board of health
of Ohio I
--o- any other area. We have tried it.
Poor old Dade county is in the and we know. A burned child dreads is sending out placards for posting in The
public places with I Gifts
throes of a wet or dry petition cam. the fire. In all seriousness we say suggestions coupled Birthday SapphireSEPTEMBER'S
paign. The same old arguments are to our friends of Miami, "Don't." quaint philosophy, for the

being employed against the proposed And to those of Pensacola we will prevention of tuberculosis. One of

election-injury to business and the say, "We are sorry; but don't do it them reads: "Breathe through the

like. It is good that this threadbare any more."-Tampa Times. nose and keep your mouth closed.

argument does not peter out entir"y' We think the fears of the Times regarding The latter precaution may likewise
keep you out of trouble." STONE IS THE SAPPHIREEMBLEMOF
for anti's would be in a bad fix sure. Pensacola's paving will not
o be 'realized. The Times probably Getting CONSTANCY, TRUTH, HAPPINESS AND SUCCESS.
up paper that people
The Tallahassee True Democrat
does not recall that Pensacola first
made an extra spurt last week and experimented with wood block paving want to read is no snap-not by any LET US SHOW IT TO YOU MOUNTED IN A BRACELET -

put a local baseball player into the means. It's easy enough to please
before taking a second larger instal PIN BAR PIN LOCKET OR RING
part of your readers part of the time HANDY ANYONE
celebrity class by using two-inch type ment. About three years ago Pens ;
across the top'of the front page to cola put down about 25,000 square and a few of them all the time; but OF WHICH WILL MAKE HER EYES SPARKLE WITH
announce that he had made homerun. I it's mighty difficult to get out a
a yards of wood block paving under the
sheet that is DELIGHT.
anything like 100
This was undoubtedly the big paving contract let at that time, the percent

gest news of the day in Tallahasseethat wood block comprising a smaller percentage acceptable. FOR MEN WE HAVE THIS BEAUTIFUL; CLEAR-

day. of the paving laid under I o
contract. This wood block pavingproved
The Tampa Tribune doesn't want so satisfactory that 89,000 LOSS OF GAYNOR LINKS.

the Orlando fair to have the poultry square yards of wood block
exhibition because it wants all of Or- laid under the paving New York, Sept. 15.-The death of COME IN AND SEE THEM
contractlast Mayor William J.
ange county to come and see it i in year, the wood block comprising Gaynor has caused
sorrow among the children of the
Tampa. Here's an opportunity for a by far the larger portion of the pav side.
Expressions of their
trade. We'll try and get everybodyin ing done under this contract. sorrow
Orange to see the poultry show in and sympathy were conveyed to Mrs.

people Tampa up if to the the Tribune Orlando will fair.send its made a believe mistake that in laying if Pensacola wood block had I: Gaynor at her in Brooklyn a letter delivered home, by a yesterday delegation - I
T.H. Evans the JewelerOPPOSITE
paving that the fact
would be appar of ten little boys. The letter
A farmer who resides near St. .I ent by now, since the first wood block speaks of Mr. Gaynor as "indeed a ,
paving was put down about three
champion of the weak and defense-
Clairsville, 0., has discovered an
years ago. This paving is far more less," and
onion that leaves no taint on the says that his death is regarded POSTOFFICE
satisfactory than any other in Pensa by the east side
breath. The farmer, whose name i is cola. It is as an "irre-
as good now as it was I trievable loss."
Miller, claims he accomplished the
feat by crossing the Bermuda with when it was put down, if not better. More than a thousand children of EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGFAVING
When it was first put down the
tar tenement district
the Golden Yellow. What a boon this from the
will be for a lot of spooning couplesand creosoted blocks caused in memorial services for Mayor Gay- I

society people who heretoforewere

afraid to eat the strong flavored I

bulb of the liliaceous plant before
ing out to make calls are attend so- Brocaded and Silk Ratines

cial functions.The o San Juan Garage

Times Union is sick of Mayor ..."-

Swearingen, claiming that his antics ; ,..
are hurting the city. Maybe the I I /'

Times Union regards the mayor too I Ff t; .
seriously. Such a spectacle as he is I n

making of himself can hurdly hurt t

the city. In what possible way can
that hurt the city from an outsider's I f Fall-Winter /\N Latest Styles

point of view? It is only interestingor One 1913 / / a 4 'v \ I
amusing to most people. Those

who have the interest of good govern COATS and / \ }I i i, :' and Fashion

ment at heart dislike to see such a I ; (

clash as exists between the mayor ; Ford : uJlIViM''
SUITS Creations '
and the police department, but after I Touring Car - \ )

all no real harm is done. /

o- I f ,

The Bryan primary law is being In Good Order \..4 t' .,; (

looked into by the newspapers and II ,

the bad points are being developed.Such ,

is nearly always the case with DeBevois

complicated laws. It may be ventured

that there were not ten members of Cheap.Don't BRASSIEIES

the legislature who really understoodthe -
law. There was a desire to abol-

ish the second primary. Nearly I New Goods Arriving Daily

everybody favored that, and they
were assured that the Bryan bill did -

it, and that was as far as the inquiry I

went. Now it appears to have" very d MARION B. IVES

objectiona features, among them I

the possibility that a mere pluralitymay

decide an election. The fnsa- forget that our Ajax Tires carry a written EXCLUSIVE MILLINERY PARLORS

cola News made this discovery, and of
its story is printed in another col- guarantee 5,000 miles. McCAUUM SILK HOSIERY Second Fbor BON TON CORSETSf

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


Mr. J. B. Richards and wife, of Work on the new residence for Mr.
Birmingham, are guests of the San R. K. Gordon, on the corner of Lake I,OAKLAND I

Juan. j jjfcd Jackson streets, is progressing:
THE TUNER nicely. It will be two stories and con-I:! SCHOOLS HAD OPENINGS Marvel FlourWill

ORLANDO.FLA. Mr. Chess Magruder returned last tain seven rooms. I
J night from Leesburg, where he has I :

been for the past ten days on busi Miss May Kilmer and Miss Marion I SUIT. J. F. McKIXNOX ATTENDED make good bread. Try it. We have

I ness. will leave for New York
Mr. J. B. Magruder left yesterdayfor Cary-Elwes I THAT AT OAKLAND AND I: city agency.Dill.
tonight, to attend the triennial centennial i
Atlanta, on business.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Curtis, after a of the Episcopal church,! SAW WORK BEGIN I:

delightful time in Pennsylvania and which meets early in October. j I, ;
Harold Johnson is spending -
Yesterday marked the opening of
New York, are now on their way -
in Tampa on business.Mr. I I Pickles
two of the county's largest
home and here
are expected today. Mr. B. Z. Snowden, the well known
I I Oakland and Apopka.Superintendent .

and Mrs. J. C. Hanner and chil-i I Mr. and Mrs. John C. Jones and furniture he is man not,the wants Snowden it understoodthat who was I I J. McKinnon:: attended Hv bulk or can.
dren returned Sunday from a visit to
the opening at Oakland, and;
children and Mr. Jos. H. Jones left
( convicted in criminal court last week
relatives in Alabama.Mr. that the exercises were impres-'
for McDonald Tenn. where says
yesterday![ for illegal seining. It was another I
I:sive and the attendance good. The i
will of weeks
i they spend a couple or Snowden.
and Mrs. H. W. Greetham and more. I trustees were present, Messrs. J. H. | OleomargarineThe
Miss Lillias Shine have gone to Jack- i I Sadler, chairman, who presided at the;
I I Mrs.Sidney 0. Chase, of Sanford,
sonville to visit .relatives.Mr. . j Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Hyer and son, who has been under treatment in a opening, Wesley Bray and S. B. Hill. \ best on the market. Always in stock.
-.- I Rev. Dr. Blocker, of DeLand, who:
i[Robert, and Miss Hatabel Hyer leave local sanitarium for some time, will
W. T. Frierson, of Chattanooga -
preaches at Oakland, also made a talk. I
'Wednesday for Coronado Beach,
leave today for her home. She is
is in Orlando on a visit to his. Chairman Sadler made a fine address,J,
Clark. I[where they have taken a cottage for much improved, to the delight of her i CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.
mother, Mrs. M. A.
month. and he called on Superintendent- 'jJ
a friends. J
I many I Kinnon to deliver a talk. The faculty j I
Dr. and Mrs. J. S. McEwan and of J. A. Osteen, J
The Twentieth Century club will I is composed princi-i THE SANITARY GROCERY
children 'are home from Granby,I Wednesday afternoon at 3:30 Mrs. 0. W. Connor, Miss Lillian, pal; Miss Eva Taylor, Mrs. G. Hammond '.!
Conn., where they spent the summer.| Master 0. W., Jr., and Miss Dorothy: Miss c
(o'clock with Miss Antoinette Slem- Miss Mary Chappell, \: CARUTHERS & GORE
arrived last night from Pittsburg, I I
1! Bellows and Miss Florence )
ons, and will read Tennyson's "Dream fc Phone 200 6 & 8 Pine Street. ;
Miss Eloise Robinson returned last where they have spent the past nine'
of Fair Women." Moore. The new principal a fineJJ:
evening from a pleasant visit to New I j I II weeks. They will go out to their I impression. He came from Mulberry. "IIIII IIIIII'IIIIIIIII'IIIII'IIIIIIII'llllttlllllt4

York and points in Pennsylvania and I II I I I| Mr. Joseph Bumby- returned Sun i ir home at Tangerine this morning. I The school at Oakland is situated I -- ---

Virginia.Mr. day from an outing spent in Frank-I --- I between that place and Winter Gar
:Misses: Edna and Mary Hyer leave 'demand' is known as the joint school!I
and Atlanta.
lin, N. C., Mrs. Bum-
and Mrs. T. H. Fuller and son,;'by and child and Dr. J. H. Smith Wednesday. Miss Edna will go to I for the two places. A departure this II Your Office and Desk Work
Raymond, have returned from a visit Va. where she will
I'will remain a while longer in Geor- Harrisburg, :year is the establishment of a primary
to points in Alabama and Georgia and gia. the Virginia Normal for young! school for the first and second)

are now at their home on Pine street.: :ladies. Miss Mary will go to grades at Winter Garden, in charge 1 Will be easier if you are supplied with the

i Friends in Orlando of Dr. Ed. tur, Ga., to resume her Deca-I of Miss Marion Groves, of Orlando. I'

Mr. J. W. Hogan, of Portsmouth,. Drennen and Mr. Walter Drennen Agnes Scott Institute.Mr. ; The Apopka school faculty is com-, files blank books rulers
) ,
necessary ,
Ohio, returned to his home after a i I will regret to learn that their sister, I'posed of J. C. Nixon, principal; Miss I
his relatives Mr.
short visit with Mrs. F. M. Aldrich, who lived in Hot F. N. Boardman, who has beenat Mattie Chapman, Mrs. A. C. Hickson,
Frank Ford and family, of Lake Springs, Ark., was one of the sufferers Benton Harbor, Mich., for his i Miss Ruby Wilson and Miss Laura!
Lurna. i I from the great fire there, having health, has recently returned, much Lewter. The prospects for the school I

k lost her home and everything in it. benefited, and is being warmly greeted there were never better, and the open < Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Shuman and by his many friends. The Sentinel ing was most auspicious.RED .

daughter, Miss Margaret, and son,. Mr. C. A. Bryarly, a former well made previous mention of his return
Justin, will return Friday from Oden,' known citizen of Orlando, but who but stated erroneously that he had I MEN WILL HOLD system. .

Mich., where they have spent the has been a resident of Jacksonville been at Hot Springs, Ark. BIG POW WOW TONIGHT

summer. I I I for some months, has returned and is -
I Come in and let us show about them.
)i j again with Mr. J. B. Finley. Mr.I i i Rev. :Edgar T. Poulson, pastor of The Econlockhatchie Tribe No. 23, you

Tallahassee True Democrat: Mrs.J. .!' Bryarly expects his daughter, Miss the Baptist church, will go to San- Improved Order of Red Men, will holda

D. Beggs and daughters, Laura and Ruth, and son, Lawrence, this week.1 ford today to meet his wife and pow-wow tonight at their wigwam,

Nan, left on Wednesday for their I I !I'daughter, Mrs. Poulson and Miss Janet and it is hoped that all the bucks and

home in Orlando, after a prolongedvisit II I Mr. Z. W. Evans and wife leave Creed Poulson, who have been braves will be present. A great timeis

to Mrs. Beg *s mother, Mrs. over the A. C. L this afternoon for summering in New Albany, Ind. They promised all who attend; likewise W. S. BRANCH

Laura Shine. Decatur, 111., where they will visit will be at home in the parsonage,I I all who miss will miss something that I ,

I home folks for a month. Mr. Evans which has been renovated and bright- they will regret they missed.
I The Arcade Book and Music Store
Mr. H. E. Bates, who has been visiting -: will attend the Eastman School of ened in many ways for their recep- !

his family in Kokomo, Ind., returned -:photography, at Springfield, Ill., and tion. For a time the family will take Four convicts, all white men, escaped -

to Orlando yesterday. He expects will also purchase his holiday stock of their meals at the Keystone. from the road making camp I;

his folks here about the first up-to-date photo folders and cards. ,- I near Miami Wednesday night. Thei'I WANTED-White woman for genThe enrollment at the opening of

week in October and he is very anxious His photo parlors will be closed until Do it today-subscribe for The last news received they had not been eral housework; must be good cook Columbia high school is unusually

for that time to roll round. I|October 15th. Daily Sentinel. I I I captured. I:and cheerful disposition; small family large this year, numbering 375. In

__ .i ; all conveniences; good home; good the high school department the enrollment
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I than at the beginning of any school
COTTAGE, barn and five acres of
land for sale or rent. Inquire of year.

THE J. Schnarr, 49 West Church street. -

16tf. I For the news, read The Sentinel.

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Grand Theatre j JUST ARRIVED !

"Vanity on the highway" still pas :

a ridiculous toll for automobile

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thousand new Fords will this season j
MOTION PICTURES go to buyers who prefer real The Latest Fad In

service at reasonable cost rather

Pictures Changed Daily. than ostentatious display at unreasonable NeckwearVelvet

cost. Cravats J !

FIRST SHOW, 7il5 P.M service-convincing More than a quarter evidence of million of Fords their!now won-in .''a tSCRUGGS I I I I

derful merit. Runabout, ;$565; ; Touring Car,
$6= --f. o. b. Orlando, with all equipment.

Phone 226 & DICKSON

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Ladies' Home Journal Patternsin
New York, SopU 13.-The death of Many people believe that a news- 1 9 THE MARKETOf
Mayor Gaynor completely upset the paper falls together without work or '
betting odds in Wall street yesterday, concerted action or plan. The Rev. all the new numbersat
and whereas McCall has heretofore McLeod, a Presbyterian minister at I Cleanliness Of QualityFRESH j
been the favorite, even money was Pasadena, was of this opinion, and : -
quoted yesterday, take your choice, asked to be allowed to edit one issue I I AND SALT MEATS
between McCall and Mitchel, provided of the Pasadena Star. The editor I
no other candidate is named gladly accepted the opportunity to go I McCULLOCH'SDEPARTMENT \: FISH AND GAME
by either the Republicans or Gaynor- fishing and the minister took up his
duties in the newspaper office. i: Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
ites.Fred.. Schumm, the betting,: author- This is how he felt as he found STORE
ity of the street, declared all bets off himself at the end of his task, whichit Everything screened away from the flies, and Kept fresh
on Gaynor, but held that those made must be said had been done quite and pure.
that either McCall or Mitchel wouldbe creditably: A full line of Lace, Embroideries,
elected should stand, unless it was "My time is almost up as I pen this We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. have
stipulated in the bets made that Gay- last line; my hand is almost paralyzed Ladies' Muslin Underwearand everything in the Meat Line.
nor must be in the running. ; my brain befuddled and I am
Schumm maintained that the deathof free to confess that I am right gladto GinghamFor
the mayor favored the fusion tick- vacate the holy spot. Such rush School Dresses The PARLOR MARKET
et, and in consequence was quoting! and riot and disarray. Such a jum-
both Prendergast and McAneny at ble of potpourri; it strikes me as an
evens as conditions now stand. I effort to bring,: order out of chaos, H. M. Self & Co. H
The only bets reported were one of and to do it lightning,: quick."I Next Door to Evan's Jewelry Store
$100 to $80 that Pounds will be elect am reminded of the memorial 18.20 PINE STREET
ed president of Brooklyn borough, words, "The earth was without form ..1 II 1 1111 t t..t t t t t 11111111111,III,.0. .! 1 .V.A.II.. :
and another of $100 to $80 that Ar- and Void and darkness was upon the -- -- Phone No. 80
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Kings county. moved upon the face of the waters .MMMMMMMMHHHHMMMMMIIMIMMMHIMHHtMtHtMUMUMMMMHtHIMmmMMtHHMM
Never shall I criticise newspaper men Are You Going to Build? I
GOVERNOR SULZEK FACES more. I shall pray for them. They *
TRIAL NEXT WEEK will have my heart's forbearance
henceforth and forever. They are USE BRICKNot i !
Albany, N. Y., Sept. 13.Gov.Vil- the hardest worked, shortest lived ELECTRIC VACUUM CLEANER
liam Sulzer has marshalled his de- poorest paid brainworkers on this
fensive evidence for his trial .which weary old world of ours."-New
just brick, but specify, get the best; they cost no
will begin on the morning of September Smjrna Breeze. more, look better, last longer, and are more satisfactoryall
18 before the judges,: of the court around.
of appeals and the state senate sit- SAFE AND SANE PLAN
ting as a high court of impeachment.It JELK'S Macon Brick-common, paving, fire and rough Have house
will be the first time in the historyof Joe Jefferson gained fame and for- texture. None better.LEGG'S your room or

New York that a governor has tune impersonating an imaginary Pressed and Fancy Faced Brick. I am state cleaned without dust or troubleof
been tried for impeachment. character, old "Rir Van Win1 le." agent.
I McCullous'h brought on insanitv impersonating -
u "
HUNDREDS OF DEAD FISH old "Virginius." Carry large stock on hand, make quick shipments. Wire moving furniture .
BOTHER BAY RESIDENTS Keene made his fortune imperson- your orders, at my expense.I .
'ating "Othello."

Swept in by the tide, hundreds of Caruso, the great tenor, gets a handle: The Pierce Electric Co. send an Experienced
dead fish are making life odoriferousfor thousand dollars a night for imper- ATLAS PORTLAND CEMENT, BEAVER BOARDS,
the residents along the river today sonating.But I AGATITE CEMENT PLASTER, Fuller's Peninsular man.
and an appeal has been sent in David Lamar has got into jail ; Brand Roofing, Metal Laths and Shingles, Crushed Rock,
to the sanitary department, pleadingfor by impersonating various and sun- ; Granite Curbing, Building Sand. t
some method of removing the of dry congressmen and senators, all of SEE THEM FOR TERMS *
fenders. The fish seem to be mullet, which goes to prove that it is safer
| Also, Fruit and Vegetable Pickers' and Packers' Supplies: |
principally, and are left in the little more profitable to impersonate a
I I Crates, Wraps, Field Boxes, Straps, Nails and Ladders.
character which never existed than I
inlets by the action of the water.
How such a number of fish were it is to impersonate a real somebody.The .

killed.with is a the mystery ocean.-to Miami those acquainted Metropolis. -- ence and tariff here's bill has hoping gone it to will confer-soon W..:R:: F U II er JTAMPA Hendry Foot, &, Knight's Franklin- Terminals SL nORm.ttl'IIIIIII'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII..tittt, \, '<; ; TnB rl[ Lf flfLT IL L I"lnc! ,

come back.-Times Union.If .
Are you thinking about buying an I it is a Methodist conference and CHTJECI-I STREETIMMIMMMIIttlMmilflHIIIiiaMIMMMMMtttMt
automobile? If so, read the adver- the Bishop orders it to go somewhereelse The Sentinel does commercial print "The "wants" are quick and efficient -
tisement of the San Juan Garage. it can't come back. ing as good as the best. -they cost but a minimum.

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We Would Extend Thanks For the Continued Patronage ot our Store and Await Their Further Commands


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We bid for your . : x, We extend liberal

business on .. credit to all and

the merits of a T ? make specialour
terms to those who

merchandise wish it.

and the 1 1w
a yti.wre.R..r.x..n., 'cif o

lowness of our We do a large volume

prices of this kind of business.


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

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


Kincaid & SnowdenLow

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

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REFRIGERATIONSpecial + PHONE 98 Office and

New to York The Sentinel., Sept. 13.-An army of T e 0 S I O t IUC L, General FLORIDA.Plumbing and PLUMBER Beating Contractor.and HEATING Sewerage ENGINEER and Septic Tank III S..Construction.Court St. Innoc rr T IT but once I

delegates representing all the refrigerating I The most Modern Sanitation of the Age In my New Inventions in Plumb-
interests of the world is in 45 W. Church Street I ing, for both Private and Public Buildings. Fine Plumbing Fixtures.
to '__ j Estimates Cheerfully Chen. Repair Work Promptly Attended to. Prices Reasonable @
New York city tonight preparing
Money to loan on Improved prop-] SEWER PIPE LAID AT I3cts PER FOOT. WORK DONE NOW OR LATER.
entrain tomorrow for Washington I erty. S. Y. WAY.,j.MMimiMtMtlMiiMMMMIIMMMiMIMIMIitMlIlilMMIIMMMIilliiililMMMI RIGHT NOW we offer two propositions on TERMS OF $10

D. C., where the third international ______nn_ n_________ _______ __ _. __ ________ __ DOWN AND $10 PER MONTH. Every young man in
congress of refrigeration will be for- NMMMMMMIIIHMHIIMIIMMMMltlMMHHMIillliltlll Orlando should embrace this chance to begin or add to his
mally launched under official auspiceson IMHMIIIIHHIIMH ........" ...111... estate.

last Every Monday.fortnight liner that has has brought docked delegatesto in the ORLANDO O BANK K & TRUST I COMPANY SEMINOLE PARK LOTS

American soil and tonight, which On the Map Before Seminole County
marks the end of the influx, the registration Inside Lots $100. Corner Lots $123.
books at headquarters, 29 :Money and six per cent interest back one year from the date
West Thirty-ninth street, show that Capital and Surplus and Undivided Profits $130.000.00. you complete purchase if dissatisfied.

there are more than half a thousand Resources over Three-quarters ot a Million.
foreign delegates in this city. FIVE ACRE TRACTS
Never before in history has there Statement As Rendered to the Comp. I
men"- ! Near Lake Underhill. Finest grove land and finest grovesin
been as many "cold storage troller the
at Close of Business
calledon ; Orange County. Develop a grove on lour monthly spare
as the delegates are commonly June 30th, 1913
United States territory as thereare ; change. PRICE $50 PER ACRE. Timber practically! pays
RESOURCESBanking > for clearing.
tonight, and it is not likely that
House, Furnitureand
there will be a similar gathering the in Fixtures ..........$ 25,867.37Loans NO INTEREST-NO TAXES
this country again during present
and Discounts 355,589.33 until the deed.
generation.Each Overdrafts ............... 83.98 you own
country.congress TV first is held congress in a,different in 1908, Stocks and Bonds ........ 26,018.33 I ORLANDO REAL ESTATE CO.
Cash on Hand and in Banks
was in Paris, and the second, in 1910, I 254,088.11 Room 2. Watkins Block. ; ;
in Vienna. The United States is en- . tI_
I $661,647.12 .11111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111..
tertaining the third congress.

will be about forty congresses before held ; II I Capital ...LIABILITIES..............100000.00 ---
at intervals of about two years CA i I
Surplus and Undivided
welcomes delegatesto y} I
this country again t Profits ................ 33,889.11 Ii
All its nations shores. have been eager to en- I Deposits ................ 527,758.01 i OUR NEW LINE

tertain the congress since the gather- *, 6 I
ings in Paris and Vienna. These two: _- - $661,647.12 OF ==
conventions revealed to the world The officers and directors of the Or-
powers that the meetings are among lando Bank and Trust Co. desire to Soft Felts
the most important assemblages for call the attention of its depositors and
the benefit of mankind in history. friends and the citizens of Orlandoto
Refrigeration has been recognized as the above statement The management 4
a science and governments have come of the Bank feels that this show- Are just in. -- Call and see them.
it seriously as the science -
to regard as ing reflects the conservative, sane and
of agriculture.The .. progressive methods employed in this
United States government ( 4oo -- - i iI I financial institution. Strength begets
quickly discerned the advantages that \ confidence, and strength is no where
would accrue to the people of the nation displayed better by a bank than in MISSES HAULM & BUM
X United States Government, State and
County Depository
as a result of the third congress. healthful statements to its patrons.
The congress will be in session in
Chicago from September 17 to 24. ::MlllMIIMMMHWRIGHT tlMlitlMMMMI l:::::::" : Agents for Barclay CorsetstillMMtlHitMIMMIMItMltttltttMtMlfttMtHit'

JACKSON INDICTED I Manure Fertilizer

Atlanta, Ga., Sept. 13.-Rev. Craw- \\. REALTY SEED CO. MW r./1 --FOR-

grand ford Jackson jury Friday was indicted morning for by the attempted FOR ats Our REAL Business ESTATE. Gin I T Track or FIoers E EWe

ment growing criminal out assault of the, the charges indict- ,1 Orlando Florida. .. I PRODUCES RESULTS r For! The Next Thirty Bays

made a short while ago by a young .
girl who was in his office. An indict- Does NOT Burn : will be pleased to list both city and county
ment for attempted criminal assault .
was returned also against John T. I iiiMIMMIIillMiMMtMMMMMIHMMMJMMtMltMIIIMiiillliMmiMiilMW. : property, both improved and unimproved. A postal or

Mitchell, the white man arrested by :' ... telephone call will bring a representative.nun .
the county complaint on the accusa-
tions of a young girl living on the i

Utoy A true road.bill charging murder was I 1. SLEMONS : & WAY H

returned against Frank Barton, a i
fourteen-year-old white boy, charged
with having stabbed his playmate,:
John Edgar, about July 4. I i 15 SOUTH ORANGE A YEXrEflllll'.I.III.III.II'III"I.II..I..III.II.II'IIIII.

grand Three jury witnesses before were the heard indictment by the ur ew fall bOOOS rB ow Coffling gin .;

against Mr. Jackson was returned. __ ___
The girl in the case, her sister and ItlMMtMHMtttlMMMHMMMMlMHttiieiitM
her father, testified, following which

the true bill was signed. BrioKI Brick KI! Brick KI!

PHYSICIAN NEVER TELLS TO TAKE EDISON VACATION: We sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co.

I made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes.Elliott's .

West Orange, X. J., Sept. 13.- Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Table Linen and Towels. CEMENT BRICKThese
Thomas A. Edison, who is ill at his 1
home here, has been ordered by his I Pants and Overalls.made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co.
physician never to take another vaca-\ Brick are better than Clay Brick
& Co. Best place in the city to trade.
tion and has been ordered to remain
away from his laboratory for anothertwo and they are cheaper
weeks to recuperate from his recent -
fortnight in New England. This
was Mr. Edison's first vacation in FRANK HYRES
eight years and according to the doc-
Maker of Artificial Stone
tor the aging inventor is more tired
out from his holidays than he ever AVENUEIIMIIIIIimiillMIIIIMIIIHIIilillliimilMIMMK
was from working twenty hours a Telephone 159 Livingston Ave. on R. R.L .

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Louis C. Massey, President.

T. Fkton Warlow. VhaJPrn. 8. ... n Bow, Cuhkr (Continued From First Page.)

How c. Btbcock. Ait't Cubist Samuel A.Nnel AMt CMUtf: "I was attracted by her beauty,"

reads Schmidt's alleged confession."I .

became infatuated with her. I
loved her. I killed her. She was so The OnlyUNITED

beautiful, so good, I could not let her

live without me. I had made up my

BANKof mind that she and I should not live
together. I was a priest and must

remain with my church. I could not

let her go away from me. So I

opened the door of the flat. I awakened
her. I told her I had come to

I fulfill my threat. Then I drew the

knife across her throat." e-

OLDEST BANK IN THE CITYOF The skill with which the young wo s

man's body had been dismembered I II t N tTf t l r

I caused the police to believe at first : ,

ORLANDO AND ORANGE COUNTYAND that the work had been done by a :
In the flat
surgeon. occupied for five :

i days by Schmidt and the girl, deter :

The Bank which transacts more business than I tives found 500 printed cards which I .\ Ti/ ';'
indicated that Schmidt had masqueraded : I \ No ooss ,
any Bank between Jacksonville and Tampa
as a surgeon and was possessed :

of more than an ordinary layman's :

UNITED STATES, STATE, COUNTY AND CITY knowledge of surgery. These cards I
DEPOSITORY read as follows: I

, "Dr. Emil Meliere, formerly assist :
ant surgeon of the municipal women's
The of this Bank : THE U. S. TREASURER
large patronage has been built up hospital, Paris, France, representative I

during twenty years by conducting its business on sound of the Chemical Hygiene Manufacturing : sends his deposits to us (as do our ever

banking principles with careful attention to the legiti- company." increasing mail depositors throughout the

mate wants of customers. The confidence of the publicis I ORLANDO WILL }PROBABLY surrounding country).
reuected in the large amount of deposits. I OTHER NATIONAL HANKS

Average deposits First Quarter of 1913, $900,000 (Continued from first page.) deposit with us for the credit of the U. S.

grass, rose geranium, horse mint, oil : Treasury any sums they may owe it.

FOUR! PER CENT PAID ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTSOur 1 1HMMIMIMMM of sassafras, and orange oil. lie said :
U. S.
the native flora of Florida contained -

more aromatic plants than thai
are cashed by us, and charged to the
correspondent banks are located in U. S.Treasurer's .
every part of of any other state, and he had not

the world and include some of the largest Banks in the the slightest doubt that many of them account. '

United States. could be turned to profitable account NO OTHER ORLANDO BANK
It was proposed, he said, to maintaina

botanical garden around the building does this, nor is a United States depos-

if the people wished to give the itary, their advertisements to the contrary -

1 predict the case will never come to land for that purpose. notwithstanding.
ANOTHER SCANDAl i trial. Mack could not be drawn i into The board was evidently pleased

the court even by his two bosom with Dr. Hood's presentation of his

IN CAMPAIGN fUNDS: friends, Charley Murphy' and B osswhich subject, and the ready response wit
Fitzpatrick. his proposition was met exhibited -

j "I was ready today to ask him a spirit of co-operation which

I!questions in relation to his operationsin was no doubt as pleasing to him. He .


FAILING TO ACCOUNT FOR thenot men who have been blackmailed nowcould, not close the matter, however,
I but could only recommend to the department
only canal
road contractors, but others. at Washington and await 'HttliUIM MHHIMM.

HIS CARE I "Of course I am rather itching'to the approval of ,the officials there,

I malhav public the evidence which' I before the matter could be definitely
Albany, N. Y., Sept. 15.NormanE. settled. NEW
collected and I would have
Mack, former chairman of the made
public much of it today in the
I I questions -
Democratic national and state
committees LAST HONORS TO "BIG TDI"East
which I would have

Sulzer's John, failed A. Hennessey to appear, today Governor before I i jja"I do. not regard it as wise asked now of to Side Throng Follows Body to Ml Winter Suits and Coats

special investigator, to an I make public what I have because I the Grave
swer charges of having failed to account -
trust that Governor Sulzer will be
for moneys contributed to him I'able when relieved New York, Sept 15.-Timothy D.
of the
in the gubernatorial election. In impeachment Sullivan, familiarly known ARRIVING
resolution as "Big NOW
to call
an extraordinary

through his secretary session of the Tim," passed through the streets of
grand jury in Al-
served Mr. Hennessey with_ summons the East Side for the last time to- -
county there I will
and complaint in a $50,000 ac proveeverything day. His body was taken to the old
that I
tion for libel. have said respecting ) .
Mack and McLean." Cathedral of St. Patrick, a short quarter _
Mr. Mack complains that Hennessey of a mile from the rooms of the
Concerning Mr. McLean
has caused to be published treasurer
association bearing his
of the Democratic name and
"charges in effect that the plaintiff state committee, where it had lain in
who also failed to state since Sat.! .
I appear today, the
unlawfully appropriated to his own urday.

use moneys contributed by others asa statement says: Tens of thousands of men and

campaign fund toward the electionof to"McLean come: in of course does not dare I' men from every section of New 1 ork are the newest and choicest
John A. Dix any event. His case i is for
as governor of the had
gazed his
on there and
the first '
state of New York grand jury we can take it'
and said
publica- to." a throng such as only the East Side THEY of this coming season
tion also charges in effect that the I can furnish followed it to the cathedral .
Charges of the
plaintiff blackmailed gravest nature; respecting i
individuals and the alleged misuse of and to its last resting place in of the famous Printzessline
campaign -
corporations in
with the Calvary
cemetery, Brooklyn.
collection of campaign funds." nessey's funds statement.are included in Mr. Hen A delegation of congressmen, L. & C. S. Star line, and the

Following the publication of Mr.Hennessey's headed by Representative Kinkead of

charges, Mr. Mack announced ONE THING THAT New Jersey, led the mourners. Behind Gem line. These are the lines that
his willingness to appear before this
delegation marched
the investigator at any time and HURTS ORLANDO longest funeral train the EastSide we have built our Coat and Suit Business

place he might designate. Mr. Hen has: ever seen. The streets through
Orange avenue store, Poorlando, I on. There are better.
nessey then fixed the hearing at Albany Fla. Scene 1. which they passed were somber with none

this morning. I I crepe on the shop windows.
S Enter customer, addressing clerk Every day we are
After waiting with stenographers I The Timothy D. Sullivan association more,
for half an hour, Mr. Hennessey announced give me a bottle sent its thousands
of Higgins India ink. I of marchers and invite you to come and see them.
that as neither Mack nor Arthur Clerk behind the body of its standard bearer -

A. McLean of Newburgh, treasurer ty-five cents(passing, please.over bottle)-Thir- each man with a bit of crepe or. You will be entertained and pleased.
of the Democratic state committee his sleeve
over the long dusty
had appeared, the session stood -Customer Why this (says showing 25 cents great the surprise world) to the cemetery. Dozens of >wayther We are fast getting our upstairs

He added thatt Mr. McLean had I over quantities right for on the that bottle.price every I've bought i-here. of East the Side Bowery's organizations poor and were the al some line of Ready-to-Wear goods in shape

been served with a subpoena and had line.
accepted the usual fee in that connection Clerk it.-You I am know sorry it, costs but I can't reduce Seldom has the East Side mourned for the fall business.
also that Mr. Mack had specifically more eloquently. In the that
live in army
as good a town as Poor
agreed to be present promptly lando. passed by his bier as the body I lay instate
at the appointed time. men in silk hats rubbed shoul.ders
( dis customer; soft music
Mr. Hennessey had hardly left the ; with Bowery tramps and women
sun sets slowly on Poorlando).
hearing chamber when Mack's secretary in silks and furs mingled with theirpoorly
I : Whose business is helped
appeared, explaining that a delayed this clad sisters from the tene-
jy constantly recurring incident?
train was responsible for his ments. Many wept as they
Perhaps the A. C. L R. R.'s.The passed
failure to appear promptly. The service the coffin.
tragedy was contributed
of the legal papers followed.Mr. -
but it may be commented that I
Hennessey in a statement today such WORK DRILLING WELLS ,
help to hurt
a t own.- I'
says he has personal knowledgethat Editor. II.SCTU.ALL r BEGUN: I
canal and highway contractors I N. P.

and others were blackmailed out of AT THE LUCERNE TONIGHT; The actual work of drilling the YOWELLHUM

large sums. drainage wells in the sink hole near

"I said," the statement proceeds, Consistent with the policy of the the cemetery was begun yesterday
"that $150,000 had been collected Lucerne theater, submitting to its afternoon. The wells are being drilledat " , ., , , *
patrons the best obtainable in pictures a point over which
water --- ---
through Mack that had never been standsplaylets
reported. It is my belief now .that will be, tonight presented a high: class of about twelve feet deep. FAVORITE THEATER (!versal). All the current events from Cincinnati, 2; Philadelphia' 2; (ten

the figure is nearer $300,000. ",....hen l I all parts of the world. innings, darkness).
Chemistry Counter"sent ((Amer- TARIFF BILL WILL BEREPORTED High Class Motion Pictures "An for
Changed Eye .
an Eye" (Nestor A
"Mr. Mack, instead of coming, ican). Pittsburg, 5-6; Boston, 61. '
his secretary to serve me in a libel "The Doctor's Dilemma" IN WEEK DailyToday's splendid melodramatic picture. St. Louis-Brooklyn; rain.
I (Reliance Program Matinee, 2 to 5. Night, 7 to 1_ American League Results
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) A melodramatic Special to The
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suit he announces that under instructions George Hennessy. Sept. 15.-Such prog I ; 7.
from his counsel he will not "Hearts and Hoofs" (Majestic). ress is being made by the conferees "Within the Limit of the Law"i I Boston, 6; St Louis, 3.

appear before me, in his letter he also "Standing Room Only" (T hanhouon the tariff bill that the opinion is (Eclair). The strongest society dra BASEBALL RESULTS IN Washington, 0; Chicago, 5.

states if I will answer the suit i in the ser). held that the measure will be reported ma of tile ,hour, complete in two i THE BIG LEAGUES Philadelphia, 8; Cleveland, 6.

libel 'they will guarantee me a speedy Four reels. to the house and senate by next parts. Miss Tennant and Bob Frazerare I I I

trial in the courts."I Music by Starkey & Raehn's Monday. at their best in this strong dra Special to The Sentinel A board of trade has been
will make a speedy answer. I chestra. matic offering. !|I National League Results ized at Green Springs with an initial
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