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 17, 1913
Daily (except Monday)
normalized irregular
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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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ATTENDED MEETING DfClDfS fOR THA\V\ I II! NfW% STAn UW% Ocala to,The Fla.Sentinel, Sept. 16.-With all but MADf INLEE COUNTY THEIR RELATIONS

II I five precincts heard from the countyis

AMOUNT Of $600,000HALF TELLS JEROME HE KNOWS OF CLAIM MADE THAT 'HEADLIGHT jority.wet by Ocala probably town one gave hundred a majorityof ma- EXCAVATING SHELL MOUND :I THE "QUEER"I fOUND


the tide was changed from a safe majority !
I II for prohibition during the past
Littleton N. H. 16. : Pensacola 1C. The Louis- few days to a victory Fort
Sept. -Harry pt. Myers, Sept. 16.-Great stories -.
AND ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND from Matteawan ville & Nashville as shown in today's election. have i OF BAD TEN DOLLAR .
K. Thaw, fugitive railway today com- been told of the race of people j
FOR CLAY won a victory in the United States i menced proceedings in the United This change was brought about by that resided in south Florida, even I i CERTIFICATESNew
district court here today when JudgeAldrich I States courts to test the validity of i "hand-bill war" between the oppos- before the Indians came. Few facts i
Attended by the heaviest tax pay- indefinitely suspended a hearing I the law passed by the last Florida legislature ing sides, in which it was made to have been brought out, but in various:I York, Sept. 16.-A plate from
ers and representative citizens of every on a writ of habeas corpus ob- i i requiring railroads operating appear that some unfair work was sections the "Mound Builders" have ,i I which counterfeit ten dollar gold certificates -
section of the county the mass tained by the Thaw lawyers. I I in the state to equip all of their locomotives I being done by the dry side to incite left their marks, and all kinds of conjectures i may have been struck, found
meeting at the court house yesterday This means that Thaw will have a with headlights not less than votes for that cause. Some of this have been indulged in as to I in the rooms of the Rev. Hans
morning resolved itself into an en- federal writ to check his immediate I I 15,000 candle power brilliancy. The work was exposed by a leader of the who and what they were, but it has I,. Schmidt, the confessed murderer of
thusiastic endorsement of the plan to return to New York state in the event railroad in its petition to restrain the wet faction and resulted in a changeof fallen to the lot of a Lee county contractor I Ann Aumuller, whose: body he told
bond the county for hard surfaced Governor Felker orders his extradition -I I attorney general of the state, the feeling on the part of many, it is to get hold of some testimony I!I the police he cut up and cast into the
highways. There was so little differ- after the hearing to be held at state's attorneys, through whose districts said.The that may yet lead to the more perfectly I waters of the Hudson river in an ef-
ence of opinion that "we didn't even Concord.In I I the road operates, claims that warfare thus carried on was i getting at what these people fort to hide his crime, led to the arrest -
get a scrap out of it," as one of the an open discussion with William I|I I the passage of such a law is usurping bitter and abusive and of its peculiar Vvere, possibly divulging something I shortly after midnight this morning -
participants remarked after it was Travers Jerome, special counsel for the powers of the interstate com- I kind has probably never been sur- along the line of the many stories that I of Dr. Ernest Arthur Muret, a

over. But that does not mean that New York state, after announcing the I,,I merce commission, which has sole jurisdiction I passed. The printing presses were have been told of the piratical days :,: dentist, on the technical charge of
the meeting was tame or uninterest- suspension of the hearing, Judge Ald-I!I over equipment of engines I kept busy and automobiles were kept along the west coast of Florida. Of, counterfeiting.With .
rich said that search of the statutes engaged in interstate commerce and readyto distribute the circulars to the course just a beginning has been I i Dr. Muret was held Bertha
court room was about half had failed to reveal to him any law that to equip engines with such bril-I I I furthermost parts of the county on i made, and it may not lead to anything :'Zeck, a girl 21 years old, who was
filled, and the greater number of under which a man in Thaw's position liant lights would make their short notice. I but surely an investigation'his housekeeper, as a material witness -
those present were tax payers, many a lunatic charged with a crime,'' tion exceedingly dangerous opera-I: It looked at times as if personal !will now be made, and knowing so lit- \ on the counterfeiting charge preferred -
of them heavy tax payers, but all of could be extradited. 'I would obscure the signal lights at I. difficulties would be unavoidable and, I II I tie, a great deal may yet be learned !i against her employer.
them were men of affairs intensely Jerome tried to block the postpone- I crossings and switches. Besides, the in fact, one or two fisticuffs resulted, of ancient doings in Lee county. Just I I! After the finding of the copper
interested in the progress of the ment on the ground that the writ had road says, to install such lights on its j j but nothing of any serious conse- I. read this remarkable story that is to 'counterfeiting I plate in Sthmidt'sroom
county and its welfare.All been obtained as a matter of expe- I I locomotives operating in Florida j! quence. !follow: II I the detectives ransacked the
members of the board of county diency. I(!would entail an expenditure of $15,- The petition calling the electionwas I M. A. Pearl, constructing engineer,I II 'priest's personal papers and discov-
commissioners were present, and "What do you propose to do then?"I i, 000, and the maintenance of cost signed by about eighteen hundred I who is in charge of procuring the ''ered' a receipted bill for rent having
Chairman Overstreet presided. ClerkB. insisted the judge. j I: would be $300 per year for each en- j names and there are only twen- I shell for the McGregor boulevard, II '[I been paid by a "George Miller" for an
:M. Robinson was elected secretary.The Jerome hesitated. I i I gine. Under the new federal law. the I ty-one hundred voters in the county. I brought to the city yesterday the I I apartment at 516 West 134th street,

discussion was started by a resolution "The immediate question," continued proceedings to declare the law invalid! I story of the finding of fifty-seven human I,.and there the detectives allege they
offered'by"Mr. "W..P. Watson, the court, "is whether the pro- I must be heard before three ATTEMPT MADE ON LIFE I skeletons by his party earlier in found a complete outfit for the manufacture -

as follows: ceedings shall go on or be suspended.It judges, and in the absence of Judge I OF LOS ANGELES EDITOR the week in a shell embankment at of photographic prints such
"Whereas, The county commissioners is the judgment of the court thata Sheppard it is not known when the I.Sword Point. II il as might be used in making counter-

of the County of Orange have invited suspension would not menace the I(I case will come up for a hearing. I II Special to The Sentinel I Sword Point is really an island, opposite feit bills.
the tax payers to assemble in interests of either side. I I Los Angeles, Sept. 16.-An infernal Punta Rassa, at the mouth of I Here also the detectives told of
mass meeting to consider the advis- "In view of the fact that the governor machine cleverly constructed and the Caloosahatchie river. About 9 ::having found the half burned parts of
i bility of a bond issue for the purposeof hesitates to proceed with the !TOWNS WILL GET ROAD !!| containing enough dynamite to wreck o'clock Wednesday night, while the I I several impressions of a $10 gold cer-

constructing a system of hard sure,' extradition hearing until the status of i I the home was received today by General gang was working by firelight, one:I tificate. Examination disclosed that
faced roads throughout the county; this matter is assured I suspend it.i TAX MONEY FROM COUNTY Harrison Gray Otis, proprietor of the negroes struck into the shell they may have been prnited from the
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therefore, be it resolved, It is not adjudged but suspended andI !I of the Los Angeles Times. The fact bank with his pick, and, to put it very i plate found earlier in the night in
"1. That it is the sense of this mass I I suggest that either side notify me I II II I| that a Japanese servant became sus- mildly, was surprised when a human: the rooms of Schmidt at the rectory

meeting that we are in favor of hard within six days when they are pre.I COMMISSIONERS ORDER. I'picious and had the machine turned skull rolled down the bank at his feet.lof St. Joseph's church, where he was
surfaced roads; pared to go on with it." W\U-I over to the police saved the lives of What that negro did in the running acting as a priest at the time of his
"2. That we favor vitrified brick Thaw sat with his eyes riveted on RANTS DRAWN FOR .\ General Otis and his family. This line was something else, and it was I j arrest for the murder of Anna Au-
for the main arteries, where trafficis the court. His lawyers were grin TOWNS IN COUNTYThe was the second attempt that has been I half an hour before the crowd could"I muller.
heaviest, and clay on the laterals, ning. He was remanded back to the I made on the life of General Otis I I be gotten together and to work. From sources which Inspector Fau-
where traffic is light; joint custody of Sheriff Drew of Coos. county commissioners yesterday since the blowing up of the Times The work of excavation was contin- rot refused to divulge, he stated that
"3 That in the event the county county, who arrested him after his ordered that warrants be drawn building by the McNamaras. I I ued up to noon yesterday and by the he had traced the "George Miller"
commissioners call an election for the recent deportation from Canada, and in favor of the incorporated towns I|I time they knocked off, fifty-seven 'whose name was signed to the rent
purpose of bonding the county, it is United States Marshal Nute. I for fifty per cent of the road and I! THE WEATHER skeletons had been unearthed. Pho-'I receipt, to the office of Dr. Muret,
the sense of this meeting that they Counsel for both sides, after talking :;Abridge taxes collected from them for' tographs were taken of the mound ,301 St. Nicholas avenue. In the meantime -

furnish a detailed statement of the with the governor by telephone, : the year 1912. This will amount to a i i{ Florida: Local rains Wednesday and bones by Mr. Pearl, and broughtto I Mrs. Mary Bowye, owner of

estimated cost per mile, also locationof agreed that the extradition hearing considerable sum to each of the towns,! and probably Thursday, except generally F. W. Hunt of Fort Myers to be I the apartment at the 134th street address -
roads to be hard surfaced, and would not be held until Tuesday, September and will be used to put the roads in I fair Thursday in north. developed. j went with detectives to the
same to be published in order that 23.FLETCHER: condition. The prorata of each for i I I The she!! bank bears all the ear dentist's office where he also lived,
the people may be in a position to which warrants were directed to be I I marks of being an ancient breastwork and positively identified him as
vote intelligently on same." drawn are as follows: Taft, $183.38; : AMERICAN WARSHIPS TO'STAYINMEXICANWATERS I J in the form of three sides of a "George Miller."
A. B. Newton offered the following GETS CONSULAR Winter Park, $853.63 Winter i
Mr. ; Gar- ,' I square, one facing the river on the In reply to questions put to him by
: amendment, which was adopted den, $158.00; Maitland, $359.29; Apopka ; I south, with east and west wings. The I Inspector Faurot, Dr. Muret is alleged -
: POSITIONS FOR TWO $198.29; Sanford, $3,285.08; Or- ,'I bodies were all facing the river, and to have said that he had been in
"Provided, that this bond issue shall lando, $6,187.34; Oakland, $80.61. 1 I .I were apparently buried as they fell,! counterfeiting operations with Hans
not exceed $600,000-$500,000 for i i without any regularity. No arms, or- j Schmidt. In the same breath he cried
brick roads and $100,000 for clay STARRETT OF DADE CITY GOES; KIRKLAND HEARING TO | U. S. WILL NOT WITHDRAW naments or jewelry were found, the I that he was sorry he had ever met
loads, or other equally hard subStance TO COLOIBLD VAUGHAN BE HELD THIS MORNINGThe i FLEET IN SPITE OF HUER. only thing in the nature of impedi- I ithe priest. After his arrival at police

the lateral roads to be joinedto TO BUENOS AYRES hearing of Joe Kirkland, who TA'S THREATS I ments being an old broken jar, headquarters, Muret answered
and" connected with the main : is accused of having shot L. D. Chad- I clasped in the arms of one of the questions put to him by the inspectorwith
lines. Special to The SentinelWashington skeletons. apparent candor and when he
Washington, Sept. 16.-The senate wick in the leg early Sunday morn-
Among the principal speakers were today confirmed the appointment of :ling, will be held before Mayor Reynolds Sept. 16.-American I Nothing was found to indicate what failed to hear at times, he politely
A. B. Newton of Winter Garden, this warships will remain in Mexican waters race of people the deceased belongedto asked that the question be repeated.On .
Henry P. Starrett of Dade City, Fla., morning.
Frank H. Davis of Apopka, and J. H. !I The Huerta's threats to the contrary nor when they met their fate. It many occasions, he said, Schmidt
to be consul at Cartagena, Colombia, was to have been held
Sadler of Oakland, and W. C. Templeof notwithstanding. Secretary Bryan was evidently prior to the Indian had visited the 134th street apart-
at a salary of $2,000 per year. : yesterday morning, but it transpired
Winter Park. A number of Orlan- : that refused to comment on Huerta's address wars, and the most plausible sugges- ment in his clerical garb, covering his
Starrett i an important witness
recently successfully a negro,
do men joined in the discussions. passed the consular examination. He could not be had and this called for I to the Mexican congress ins't tion is that this spot was the scene Roman collar with his hand until he
which he "Mexico now has an of a fierce conflict, lost to in had entered the From t
In offering his amendment, Mr. will leave for his post soon. Mr. Star- 1! the postponement. i' says history, hallway. .n-
Sew ton said that he wanted to rett is the second Floridian to land a I army of a hundred thousand men the days of pirates and galleons, and ants in the same building Inspector
strengthen the resolution and the bound to the republic by ties of the that the fifty-seven men-and such Faurot said that he learned that Mu
consular position in the past few
cause for bonds by getting as many weeks, the other being Wilbur SEWERWORK ON LUCERNE warmest patriotism and all ready at others as may later on be resurrectedwere I ret, Schmidt and Bertha Zeck often
pails of the county interested in it Vaughan of Gainesville, who was a moment's notice to rise to the defense - killed defending their fortifi- reached the apartment as early as 8
as possible. It was all right to brick made clerk to the consul general at i CIRCLE BEGINS TODAY I of the country." This is the cations, facing the foe, who stripped o'clock in the morning, remaining
the main highways, but there were a Buenos Ayres. Both young men were I I first time Huerta has personally them of their arms and supplies, and sometimes until 10 at night, but that
number of' roads that should be built endorsed personally by Senator I t!! voiced his defiance to the United left them as they fell, covered withshell. they never spent the night there.

where the traffic was not heavy and Fletcher to Secretary of State Bryan.Mr. ; WORK TO BEGIN AT DELANEY States. As Dr. Muret sat in the inspector's
for which clay or some other materia1 Starrett is now at Miami visiting; I I STREET AND GO WEST IN Further developments in this most office it was remarked that he bore a
equally as good would suffice. He relatives. He will at once prepareto PROMPT ORDER DIGGS AND CAMINETTI interesting discovery'will be awaited strange resemblance to Schmidt and
calculated the 60 miles of brick road leave for his post of duty in the WILL BE SENTENCED TODAY with eagerness. Mr. Pearl broughttwo Inspector Faurot asked him if he was
and 100 miles of clay roads could be South American republic. The work of the skeletons to his home on related to Schmidt. He replied that
I of down the
sew- Special to The Sentinel
built for the amount proposed, and I Johnson street, and will have them
With the return today of President he was not. Both men have a queer
ers on Lucerne Circle will begin to- San Francisco, Sept. 16.-The juryin
this, he said, would give the countya Wilson from Cornish, N. H., it is ex- day at DeLaney street and proceed I' government's case of conspiracy examined of by medical men with a view cast to their eyes and each has a
very complete system of roads. He pected that he will send to the senate' westward around the Circle until it to suborn perjury against Diggs getting some line on their identity. prominent nose, that of Muret beinga

proposed tentatively that clay roads nominations of J. P. Perkins of Pen- [ is completed. and Charles B. Harris, his Sacramento -I VETERAN SPORT WRITER bit crooked as from an injury.

should be constructed between Zell- sacola as United States marshal for ; All care will be taken to push this attorney, today returned a verdict' COVERS LAST GAME While Schmidt slept in his cell in
wood and Victoria, Plymouth and Bay the northern district of Florida, andJ. I work so that the streets will be out of not guilty. Diggs and Caminetti' Philadelphia, Sept 16.-Frank L. the Tombs, a few blocks away, ignorant -
Ridge, Apopka and Winter Garden, C. Brown of Lakeland as United I of commission for the least possible will be sentenced tomorrow on the Hough, sporting editor of the Phila- of the arrest of Muret, the
the Joyce place to Clarcona and to States marshal for the southern dis- : time. It is estimated that the work white slavery charges on which they delphia Inquirer, died at his home detectives questioned the dentist for
Lockhart, Oakland to the Lake county trict of Florida, which appointmentshave 51 I will be here hours this his
and south completed in twenty-four days.A stand convicted.Do yesterday, after a long illness.He morning concerning
from Winter Garden to been
agreed upon. was fifty-five years old. Mr. relations with the confessed murderer -
;1 u Orange Center and a spur to Winder. full line of office supplies. Cur- it today-subscribe for TheI Hough, as a sporting writer, was of Anna Aumuller. Schmidt, In-
- (Continued on last page.) Subscribe for The Daily Sentinel. tis & O'Neal. I Daily Sentinel. known from coast to coast. (Continued on last page.) ;

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IX CHATTANOOGAChattanooga F.TIIEIXD BROTHER II |The Cathedral School

Memphis, Tenn., Sept. 15.-Charged! you want Best J
Tenn., Sept. 15.Assembled Select and
with murdering his wife's father,! Boarding
for the first time in a southern I
mother and 16-year-old brother, early, !i Day School For Girls L
city, more than 14,000 Union vet- '
today, Edward Baxter, 35: years old,! CLOTHES Reopens Wednesday, October 1 1I
here for the
erans were today opening -
of the forty-seventh annual encampment a telephone! lineman, is being soughtby ;I Primary, Intermediate, and < .dL'g'-
the police of this city. rxffL'4
Preparatory Grades.
of the Grand Army of the
Republic. Several thousand repre- Baxter and his wife had been sep- MADE TO MEASURE I Also Courses in Music, Art Elocution -

sentatives of allied organizations, arated several months. Early this I 0 I Domestic Science, Physical (.'ui!-
morning, it is alleged, Baxter went to I:ture.
meeting in this city simultaneouslywith
his wife's father, Henry Smith, where
(Tweive specially trained Teachers.
the annual encampment, also are
Mrs. Baxter had been staying, and -L ""
Individual attention. Loving care. ,
in the city.Incoming. _
trains throughout the day opened fire on the family with a re- You now have the opportunity, REV. RODERICK P. COBB, A. M., J

volver. Smith, his wife and son, Oscar LEARN ABOUT
swelled the attendance and record I Principal. i iI
a i for have with ii
were killed almost instantly, but we us special rep- i
crowd is predicted during encamp, I our quality confections by a trial purchase
Mrs. Baxter succeeded in
ment week, which ends Saturday. eluding her resentative of Strauss & .Bros. WE FIT GLASSES GRIND LENSES I of a pound box of our
husband and escaped from the house. ,
Today was designated as "Lookout AND DO ALL KINDS OF CHOCOLATESBON
Mountain Day." Despite a light con- After the shooting Baxter is alleged of Baltimore. He will be withus OPTICAL REPAIRING IJ BONSA
to have reloaded his revolver I
tinuous rain which began early today II
and walked leisurely I "pointer for the person wanting
hundreds visited the famous battle- for next three daysTuesday, II I he best at a reasonable price-the
field along the side and on the pointof I
COTTOX KEEPS UP ITS CLIMB I utmost in purity and deliciousness.
Lookout mountain. Wednesday and Thursday this Syr
I I Daintily packed and in the original
Commander in Chief Alfred B. New York, Sept. 15.-Reports that J !shapes and variety of flavors.
Beers and national officers of the G.I I I heavy rains and high winds were week.

A. R. and allied organizations were I I I hurting open cotton in the southwest DR. L. H. RAMSDELL I BUTT'S Kandy Kitchen

guests of the local committee this. and parts of the eastern belt,I I @ @ OPTOMETRIST ;
morning at a breakfast on board a. strengthened bullish confidence this
I (Successor to Dr. 0. P. Likins) j i iI
steamer in the Tennessee river. The morning. I THE WILLOLAModern
1 ;
first business meeting of the encamp- Prices
opened firm at 6 to 15 points
ment was held this morning when up and active months sold about 15 I!! Come in and see the Big Line of I II I HomeLikePrices
I till 11111 III III 11110. Moderate
the executive council of administration 1I1II I
to 16 net higher during the first few

convened. months. This reflected covering by: SamplesBrown&Lartigues Fresh, Sanitary and :

many of last week's sales as well as : SOUTH ORANGE AVENUE

BELIEVES LEGISLATURE bull support and trade buying, but AT the BEST Near Lake Lucerne
BLUNDERED IN MEASUREThat there was a good deal of realizing at

the advance and the market soon be- OUR CANDIES-MAKING THEM

the legislature blundered in came irregular with prices to 7 EVERY DAY [I MRS. W. T. WALKER
the redisricting bill in that it does
points off from the best.
not take effect until after the next Sanitary-as they are made I

general election and that L'Engle will WORK ENDS IN CULEBRA CUT clean, and every piece wrapped I I -- -
again_ have to run from the state at in wax paper. 6, -I-H$*

large, there being no fourth district, Panama, Sept. 15.-All steam shovel Mill IMIMMMMMMMMUMMMMMMHt Ml NIMH Best-as we use best grade of i YOU WILL SAVE MONEY ;

is the opinion of City Attorney operations in Culebra cut proper everything on the market.

Charles B. Parkhill, formerly of the end today, and between now and October : FOE : I ; By Getting Prices on your | ;

state supreme court, who yesterday 5, when the water will be admitted Brick and Stone Work
Will appreciate if you will give F Before
commented on the situation as re- all iron and other metal, in- them. trial.
Phone Write
vealed by Harry Floyd's brief flurry. cluding thirty-six miles of track,must t or

Judge Parkhill believes that Floyd be out of the nine-mile channel, be Bath and Pantry, Modern house. One Block Mayer, Galentin & Mayer Acme Brick and :

is right about the act not ef- tween Gamboa dike and Pedro Miguel]
from and in view of Lake Lucerne. Two blocks from 134 SOUTH ORANGE AVE. Stone Works
fect until after the next general elec- locks.
tion, although he was mistaken about On August 1, there still remaineto i station, east side of Atlantic Coast Line Railroad. Lot IIIIIQIIIIIIII""I.J. MAITUND, FLORIDA *
the creation of two third districts,I be removed 998,800 cubic yards in..i. 100x142 feet, shaded on west by Camphor trees, on I CHAS. A. DALLAS, Prop. |

which was later shown to have beena side the theoretical canal prism, anc A. T-"lOWE III'IIIIIIIII'IIOII'II"Good
::1: south by large Oaks. Nice Lawn. 50 bearing Grapefruit .
typographical error. Judge Park- the steam shovel operations betweei
hill believes the legislature has "got that date and September 15, it is es-I and Oranges and 100 younger trees; also English Attorney at Law printing is a business neces,

things in a muddle.-Tampa Trib- timated, will reduce the amount t<)1 : Walnuts, Guavas; Pecans, Bananas, and Pineapples Practices in all the Courts I sity. You can get it at the Sentinel
office. Let have
next order
us your
which will later be
une. 650,000 yards re- bearing. 40 Acres heavy pine timbered Land, northwest / Phone 24.
moved by the dredges.Six ; I Room 1I- lc. fUl & Davis Building I
side Lake Barton

girls employed by a Pari s: :iHMCMIitMIIIMIillllUmmiMIIIIMMHMttlllll;

Washington, Sept. 15.Testimonyin dressmaker made a gown in 20 min
the senate's investigation of the utes. In this country dressmaker: i I ill ANGE & BATES : i

West Virginia coal strike was de- compete to see who shall take thi Apply "Sentinel" Office'iHMIMIMIHMttMMMMtHHIIIIIMMMIMMIHI

clared closed today. A report is expected longest time to make a gown.-Jack : ; ; ; ROOM 5. HAND BLOCK PHONE 156 : :

in about three weeks. sonville Metropolis. lteel'Calllllllllllllllllllll'II"IIIIIIIIIIIIIII"1.1

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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' 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

o 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

to The Sentinel. better quarters in the Rock build

Washington, Sept. .-Eight hun.,i You Want :; ing, opposite the San Juan hotel, DECIDING

dred delegates representing forty-I rooms 1 and 2, which my increasing

four nations beside the United States business required.I .
II i How You Want It
were fathered in the auditorium of I am revising my sales list, and am

the third National International Museum Congress today when of Refrigeration the-I, When You Want It Ii property.ready to list your city and country Bear t Ihe e "CADILLAC" rM llf" i 10 0110 !

was formally opened under 0"1111111'11111'1111" From all reports received from my i
the official auspices of the United* friends and business connections irij
For anything in the
States government. the North, I shall do a large business I t
( line of PRINTINGcome
Secretary of Agriculture Houston. ff to us and we this winter, and will use my best ef- j

honorary president of the congress, wUI guarantee you forts to sell the properties listed with

launched the big convention with an satisfactory work at prices me. !

address in which welcomed the delegates -i: : that are RIGHT. I II i I have many satisfied customers,
to Washington on behalf of who became winter residents of Or-

the government, and told of the innumerable lando and vicinity by my personal

benefits which accrue to efforts, and they are now boosting for

mankind through the perfection of I I MUNNIMAKERS Orlando and ,\

the science of refrigeration, which he 1 Notices of Lost Wanted, For Sale, For. Yours truly, ,
classed among the new arts. Rent, etc., for this column, 25c for one day, CARL JAXS!:N, \
50c for three days, or ;5c for one week, for ,
The purposes of the convention and 25 words or less. Money must accompanythe Real Estate, Notary Public, Fire
plans that will be followed at the Advertisements for this column, as no Insurance. 1m d&w.. ".- .- .
insertions will be made on credit.
meetings in Chicago were outlined by I
Dr. Frank W. Gunsaulus, president of MISCELLANEOUSYou'll
the Armour Institute of Technology, ----like- -the-Sentinel----- LOST-Liver colored pointer with

of Chicago, who is president of the city tag 91. Please notify Butt's
Kandy Kitchen. tf
third international congress. He told I Money to loan on improved prop- -- -
of the rapid progress; made in the science -I erty. S. Y. WAY. FOUND-A bicycle. Call at Williamlfaley's ORLANDO AUTO AND SUPPLY COMPANY
of refrigeration and predictedmore 201 South street. Ownercan
have same by paying for this ad.
rapid strides for the future. Dr. J. C. Howell, Osteopath, has ---- -
After the opening of the congress I I returned and will be at his office, in FOUND-A riding skirt.--- -Owner-- -can- . . . . . . . . . . . . . , . . . ...

the delegates were received at the : Cheney block, every day from 10 to get same by calling at the Sentinel

White House by President Wilson, 12 and by appointment. Phone, of- 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

who delivered a brief informal ad- fice or residence. 9-ll-6t The Daily Sentinel. : always pays. The Daily Sentinel.

dress of welcome on behalf of the na- SENTINEL BUSINESS LOCALS ---- - --- --- - --- -- - -- --- --- -- - -
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held in Hotel Breakers, Daytona Beach; anew -- - -- ----- ---------- - ----
tion. The congress is being
hotel; has all modern conven-I Bring together buyer and seller, t"I"I"III.ft' #
the United States on the invitation
iences .fronts on Ocean just southof landlord and tenant, employer and
extended by President Taft, who was ocean; pier. Rates $2.50 per day employe, loser and finder. They do .- : fl I P ttlMHIMIMMIOMIMMM
given special authority by a joint resolution MMHMIIMOIIOMIMIItCf I w L ol .
passed by congress. and upwards. Special rates by the an enormous amount of work at a I I :HMMMOMHMMMMMIHYou
week or month. We make a specialty ridiculously small price. They reach
Following the reception by Presi- . . ,1111. . .
of sea food dinners Thursday even- hundreds daily. Everybody reads MMMtMMMM
dent Wilson, the delegates were takenin
ings and Sunday noon. 7-8-tf. them.

representing charge by the reception chamber committees of com- Big value in little space-the Sen- bas For fmer

merce and board of trade and headed FOR* SALE tinel "want" ads. RaDgo e e des

by Edward 0. Whitford, president of ASK your grocer for Jackson Square
the Washington Market company. Coffee. 621tf. are suddenly called from home; some member of the family takes ill during the

Tours in every section of Washingtonwere Cauliflower and cabbage plants foi night; friends come in unexpectedly-various other domestic emergencies arise

made by the delegates in sight sale. Bartlett Gardens. 3t I ArlBY which require a fire in a hurry. Are you prepared for such contingencies? Have

seeing and private autos. you a gas range, or are you "battling" with a wood or coal stove?

BUY a lot in Thornton Park, a nice In days before matches were invented the housewife kept a fire burning con
TARIFF CONFEREES BUSY suburb in east part of the city. Gail tinuously, because to build a fire by friction and gunpowder was a tedious job.

Jensen. The value of a quick-fire was recognized in the long-ago. Then came the match

Washington, Sept. 15.Democratsof FOR SALE-New modern five-room I T MpAD 1tY a and the wood stove, but for emergency purposes it falls short of the mark. But

the tariff conference at work on house, centrally located. Apply this AMPATHERE the gas range came along. It is "direct transmission" applied to kitchen affairs-

the adjustment of differences be- office. 7-1 d & w tf and can be geared up to the giant burner, or slowed down to the simmerer.

tween the two houses spent much of FOR SALE-One cylinder Cadillac. Why subject yourself to an old-fashioned stove when all this inconvenience can
today's session on amendments to the be removed by buying a The stove is quick clean reliable
John Ammann, P. 0. Box 393. IS NOTHING range. gas economical.
flax schedule with particular refer- 9-11-lwk Let us prove to you all the claims we have made by installing one for you now.
ence to the duty on burlaps. TOO GOOD FORFLORIDIANS -

ORLANDO 23 YEARS AGO FOR gentle SALE-Two mules. ,Fine good workers sound ind and ORLANDO L WATER AND LIGHT m

a bargain, if taken at once. Call on ,
W. A. Marsh; :who lives just east of or address C. Whitney Wright, Orlando GAS DEPARTMENTIHIiMIMMMIMIMMHMIIMIMIIMMMMIim '
Fla. 7-10 d &
Orlando, brought in some fine lemonsof
his own raising the other day.I o ltMMCI IHIMItiU '
FOR SALE-Player piano, 88-note, That's the principle we work on IMIIIiltlMMMMMUMMMHMMiMMMMMim tOetilMIMMttMIMMIMMMMIMMIMfMfMeMftltMIMIMiijMM
There were two varieties, the Belair Remington, made by Starr Piano
in the manufacture of POINSETTIA
Premium and the Everbearing Sicily. Co., Richmond, Ind. Cost $700 new, -
used in Ice Cream, every ingredientthat
slightly good shape every respect -
The new Presbyterian church is Will make some reduction for goes into Poinsettia Ice Cream .
. .
progressing. The tower, which is 100 cash. Music with; same. For further MUST be THE BEST. Every . ..... .1..1111.1..1.1..1..111..111.1..1101111111.11..1..1,1.MMCMIMMHI '
feet high, is already framed and information apply to P. 0. Box 114 method used in its manufacture
Winter Garden, Fla. 7.10-dwtf
ready to be raised. The sloping floor. MUST be scientifically sanitary and

is something unique. The roof will i I FOR SALE-100 acres of good pine hygienic. SPECIAL PRICES
be of painted tin shingles. and hammock land on the east side I
I of Lake Apopka. This tract of landis I Labor, expense trouble and
James M. Blitch, a well known old exceedingly good for citrus grow-
settler of Orange county, died Mon ing and trucking. The timber is in time are not considered in
its virgin state. Call address the manufacture of POIN-
day morning at 10:30 o'clock. He on or
has lived in this community for 18 9-11-lm Mrs. W. T. Walker, Orlando, Fla. SETTIA Ice Cream. We always have special prices, but we

years Its for sale do have sales.
Sargent & Bosworth are selling I I FOR SALE-100 acres of good pine in town net any
their hardware stock at auction and I of and Lake hammock This on tract the east of land side Our plan is to take the money it would

will move to Pensacola. I is exceedingly good for citrus grow-
We are reliably informed that the ing and trucking. The timber is in V.W.ESTES&CO.ORLANDO cost to make a sale, and put it into Real
its virgin state. Also city lot, 74x210
cemetery fence is down in places and feet. fronting three streets, Orange FLA.No. Bargains, such as will be to our custom-
that cows roam inside at will. This avenue, Jackson and Boone; centrally
should not be. located; fine hotel site. Call on or 2 1 ers'advantage..
address Mrs. W. T. Walker, Orlando, I
The Republican executive committee
Fla. 9-11-lm We mention few articles that will
met at Sanford yesterday and a go
1 .
nominated T. J. Adams for the office I FOR RENT j reduced
at prices :
of county clerk, vice W. I). Holden,I FOR RENT- ot ; flat, furnished I tI

resigned. and unfurnished. I\ 4 .. Regular $ 2.50 and $3.00 White Pique
Blanc, the little Frenchman 6-26 tf. JAMES A. KNOX. .
Joseph jolly I .
who jerks the fire alarm andl at- FOR RENT-Modern 6-room cottage, .. Skirts at $1.74.

tends to the fire engine, has gone to I good location; also several good I .. Regular $1.50 and 2.00.White Skirtsat
Manatee. T. F. Walker will serve I office rooms in the business section of y. .
Orlando. D. A. Cooper, 19 W. Church I .
during his absence. 96 Cents.A
Ia + .
street, Hunt & Brannon Bldg.9-14-l\v f f .

The Republican! county convention FOR RENT line of Shirt Waists and Balkan
nominated the following officers: -Large, furnishedroom I' new
to persons wishing suburban
Sheriff, G. W. Lewton, ApOpka; collector accommodations; also 2 acres good I I II 1 .. Blouses from 46 Cents up.
Thomas Whiteman, Sanford; I truck land, close in. Good opportu- i .
assessor, D. A. Morrison, Maitland; nity for right person. Address "A," .. 25 Per Cent off on Shoes.
treasurer, D. L Way, Sanford; superintendent -: Sentinel. 9-Stf -

of schools, F. G. May,j FOR RENT-Store room on the busy ''I -
This book
tells how everybody I
Conway; clerk of criminal court, A. corner of Church and Garland i. -
Radcliffe, Orlando I streets. Size of pays and whether or not they
store 24x70. Goodjl j
; county judge, J.
M. Cheney, Orlando; surveyor, J. H. opening for dry goods, shoes and milliner -j|are entitled to credit. ': '

Abbott Hampton Mrs.,Fulton Winter, died Smith very Park.,suddenly nee Miss a Viola few!,i'I -)' store.FOR- -SALE 1C. 11.OR Slemons.- -RENT- --9-6-1m :,I I i' I ORLANDO BUSINESS--- MEN'S .- 1StIish K nn t N w Y lt Bal'gall r Store, Oi'rl n n1"'IGCI"IIII'II""II'IIIIII'II

days at her home COTTAGE, barn and five ASSOCIATION.
ago near Hampton acres of!: ! ! ! ! ' '. .1.,1.1..1.1.1. ..
Springs. She was the eldest daughter -j I land for sale or rent. Inquire of! I li.IIO .U.I..i..I.II.eIIIOII.'IICII'1.I.t..I..I..D. ..

of Captain and Mrs. A. Y. lIamp-'JJ.! Schnarr, 49 West Church street. .1.I.II..IIIIGIIIIIII ,1

ton of Hampton Springs, and a niece I 116tf.I I . . . . . . . " . . . . . . . . . . ) '. . . . '
of Miss Clem Hampton. Her father!I f H EVERYTHINGIN I

and mother died several months ago. |I WANTED +I t erviceIa le
I an ale an ccessories at fconornical rrices
She leaves three small children, two I WISH TO TRADE 40 acres fine land I
boys and a girl.C. I I near Forest City for automobile,
Ford car preferred. A. C. White -
E. Ferguson was called to Indianapolis FEEDFOR
on Saturday. He will return -II I Apopka, Fla. 9-14-6t ; Suits for men, women or boys. If you intend to spend the holiday out of
Dresses for and girls. town do
women not forget these
in time to vote for Cleveland and -Plain sewing of alll
kinds. I Straw or felt hats or caps for man or boy. UMBRELLAS
Thurman. 13 Church street, over Favorite -

Plans are being drawn for a new theater. 93lmo. New Crepe Neckwear.and muslin waists. PARASOLS RAINCOATS
Christian Science church at Cocoanut WANTED-White woman for general Wool and cotton dress skirts. Suit Cases, Grips or Trunks-a Complete

Grove, near Miami. It will be of sim- housework; must be good cook Balkan blouses. Line.

ple Grecian design and will cost about and cheerful disposition; small family -

$4,000. It will probably be ready for ; all conveniences; good home; good
I Come in and pay us a visit anytime just to look around.. We feel sure yoa will see
Box 54
occupancy by November.If wages. Fla. 3t
something to interest yoi.

the present tendency in woman's Are you thinking about buying an The Grain Man.

dress is carried much farther, it will automobile? If so, read the Church Street, Phone 18MMIIIillllllllllBllllli B. SALOMON; I

put the ballet show out of business. tisement ,of the San Juan adver-I I,,. 1 ,a ORLANDO's!:?


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South Florida SentinelMORNING I The of How it is to do things when I
mass meeting tax payersheld easy Forrest Dabney Carr, basso, of the I
AND WEEKLY I yesterday to discuss the question I men of brains and money make up Metropolitan Grand Opera company,:!

JOSIAH FERRIS, Editor and Owner of bonding the county for good I their minds that it ought to be done. New York, will, under the auspices of:> TIRE ECONOMY
roads was harmonious and wholesomely i A year or less ago the District of Co- the Orlando Mendelssohn club '
Entered at the poetoffice at Orlando Hor- sing
ida aa Second Class Mail Matter. enthusiastic. lumbia officials decided that they Tennyson's "Maud" at the opera TIRE

SUBSCRIPTION RATES The assemblage was representative -. ought to have the territory lying between house on Thursday night. SECURITY

numbering many of the most the capitol building and the This will be one of the most at- |
THE DAILY SENTINEL prominent men of the county and I: union station made into a beautiful, tractive programs of the season. Prof.C. !j I TIRE COMFORTThat

.. ........... I public park. The plans are already II',
One Year .. ..... $5.00 many of the smaller property own.! E. Wade will be the accompanyist
Six Months ............ ....... 2.50 ers. There was not a word uttered I made and the entire property has and Messrs. Drennen and Lattner is the "Firestone" combination -

Three Months ...... .. ...... .. 1.25 against the advisability of issuing'''been purchased and a contract let to have kindly given the use of a splen- - particularly
bonds. On the the sentiment -! remove all the old buildings. did Knabe piano. I o n
By news carrier in Orlando 50 cents per contrary II
month. Daily and Sunday. expressed was unanimously in There are ninety-two houses standing None should miss this musical I NON-SKID Tires. Economy

The Orlando Morning Sentinel can be foundon favor of bonds and for the full i on the property, and H. J. Phillips treat. j of longest
sale in Orlando at Curtis & O'Neal's BookStore has the wear---Security
purchased entire lot for
and Wright Brothers. amount suggested. To be sure there Mr. Carr arrived from Little Rock
$7,300, and will at once begin the against accident comfort
this afternoon. -" of
We will appreciate prompt complaint if were some minor points of difference. I
delivery is not promptly made by our carriers. work of tearing them down and moving
There was some little difference con- ] of resiliency
Advertising rates will be furnished on ap cerning the character of the material them. Many of them will be re For the news, read The SentinelUPREME .
plication. built moved to other
or sections. The
to be used, but the majority plainly -- --
THE WEEKLY SENTINEL original cost of them all is estimatedat MtmilMMIIiillMMIM ,
Per year, by mail, postage paid........$1.00 favored brick for the main highways. Tircstonc
Address THE SENTINEL, Orlando. Florida. one million dollars. The largestof
Office 107 Court Street. Arcade Building. }{;o attempt was made to control the buildings is the Wicomoco
Phone 24. commissioners in i
the county settinga
apartment house and was erected
WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 17, 1913. date for the- election, although the I
only a few years ago at a cost of TIRES
opinion has been individually ex $35,000.

Yesterday's mass meeting on the pressed that the sooner the electionis o Id OIL.

good roads question was a success. held the better. No opposition to NO PUBLICITY NEEDED . NONSKIDCost

The time seems ripe for the election the issue has appeared. If there had -
o been any it seems reasonable to con I A petition signed by a large number "Perfect lubrication

Now Sulzer is accused of making elude that some evidence of it wouldhave of citizens, was presented to the in Every Drop" most to build .

way with some of the most important been manifested at yesterday'smeting. city council of Parker, South Dakota, 1...1. -but cost you leastto
witnesses against him. If Sulzer i is We do not wish to be understood asking that a one-fourth mill appropriation use Ask for Book x a + o

as bad as he is being painted he i is that we expect the bond is-jj be made for the purpose of Is produced, refined, transported -uVhat'sVhat in
and distributed by the largest
indeed a bad, bad man. sue to be carried unanimously. Thatwould advertising the town, in accordance Tires." I
'Independent Oil Refining Company ,
o be Utopian beyond expectation, with a new statute passed for that
I in the world and
only selected -
Harry Thaw was delighted at ap but from the aspect of things as revealed purpose. The request was promptly
crude is used in Its man
pearing in a United States court for at the meeting it is reasonableo II and emphatically refused, and the ufacture. I ''N PHILLIPS \ N

the first time in his career. It was ; assume that there will be no considerable reasons given for the refusal were as ......
something new. He had tried about opposition. follows: i a

all the other courts and it was growing The county commissioners will undoubtedly "A large percentage of Parker people -
Gulf eflnin
deucedly monotonous.The make their calculations, do thei rtrading out of town,there Ota & SONS
o layout the roads to be built and call l is no place for any more people, could i

postmaster general has decided the election at the earliest time which they be induced to come to P.G.WALTON Agent :

that milk can be sent by parcel they deem advisable. and the same amount of money coolbe ,

post if put up in sealed metal cans -o- better expended in other ways." PHONES | 269

and properly wrapped. We are going QUITE RIGHT, AMY The above is not a joke, but the exact '
to send a big can of the milk of language used by the local paperin illMltllllllllllMIIIIMi E'tttttttHntitHmtmtttmitttttniiiiiiiMHiLiifiFOR

human kindness to Huerta and see if Miss Amy Lowell, a suffragette of giving an account of the council -

it will not induce him to resign. Boston, smoked cigarettes all the way meeting It is not a large town and

o over on her return voyage from Eu the total amount that would be raised
Now it is Norman by the tax would be $250.
Mack's turn. rope. She is quoted as saying: "I
His enemies charge that he has misappropriated have all the rights of and duties of Comment seems unnecessary.o .

many thousands of dot men. If I choose to smoke it is no o SEPTEMBER

lars committed to his care for use i in body's business." Emporia Gazette has figuredit

Democratic campaigns. Mack repliedto You out this way: A holiday is a delu-
are perfectly correct, Amy.
the allegations by serving notice sion that makes you do two days'
as soon as every respectableyoung ] Gifts--The
against his accusers of a fifty thousand . lady absolutely refuses to entertain work in one preparing for it, and two Birthday SapphireSEPTEMBER'S

dollar suit for libel. i any young man who smokes jays' work in one getting caught up.

-0- cigarettes, and every respectable o
The results of the prohibition election young man refuses to keep company You want to remember that a home

in Marion county are somewhat with a young woman who smokes run can't win any more ball games

surprising. It was understood thata them, the Wall street quotations on than an error can lose.
large majority of the o
qualified voters Duke's Bull Durham stock will take a
of that county signed the petition tumble. BASEBALL RESULTS IN
for the election, but it is apparent o THE BIG LEAGUES
that many who signed the petition to LET US SHOW IT TO YOU MOUNTED IN A BRACELET -
Special The SentineL
Young Mr. Martin of Jacksonville,,
did not vote the dry ticket. who held the collectorship of custom i National League Results HANDY PIN, BAR PIN, LOCKET OR RING, ANYONE
o St. Louis-Brooklyn 2 rain
for two weeks and ousted
Some town people went to the< from office when the revision was of the Chicago, 0; New York, 0; (calledin OF WHICH WILL MAKE HER EYES SPARKLE WITH

country to dinner yesterday, says the< district the fourth, rain).
went into effect and Cooper DELIGHT.
Atchison Globe. Instead of fried Boston-Pittsburg; rain.
Griggs was appointed for the entirestate
chicken there was a pot roast, and it is making a spectacle of himself Cincinnati, 4-0; Philadelphia, 3-4. FOR MEN "'E HAVE THIS BEAUTIFUL, CLEAR-
cost $1.10. The cabbage in the cold American League Results
by charging that Senator Fletcher '' BLUE GEM IN SCARF PINS TIE CLASPS AND CUFF
slaw was bought by the farmer in secured him the appointment and New York, 3; Detroit, 4. ,

town, and cost 20 cents a head. The then Boston, 5; St. Louis, 4. LINKS.
was responsible for putting him
water was carried out from town out. Mr. Martin Washington, 2; Chicago, 1.
and the ice cream and cake wa seems to have been Philadelphia, 8; Cleveland, 7. COME: IN AND SEE THEM.
responsible for his short official life
bought in town.Observers -
by having written the secretary. of CARTER SAWMILL BURNED
--v- the treasury an impertinent letter,
of animal life who base -
their weather. which caused the secretary to say Lakeland, Fla., Sept. 16.-The Carter .
predictions on the actions that he did not wish him retained in i sawmill at Carters, a station five ,
of birds
and squirrels say that i the service if he could get rid of him. :miles east of here, was destroyed by I
according to the
squirrels, the com- T.H.vansthe Jeweler
ing winter will be mild. But according Nobody who knows Senator Fletcherwill fire at about 2 o'clock this morning
to the blackbirds believe that he acted dishonorably The mill, which was one of the larg
winter will coming as Mr. Martin charges. Unsophisticated est in this section of the state, was
very severe one. I
Blackbirds are men, such as Mr. Martin destroyed, but the shingle mill was OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE
collecting in
droves in great and Mr. Fred DeBerry, kick up a stir saved. A quantity of lumber in the
preparation for
flight south,
and results only in discrediting yards was destroyed. The loss is estimated
according to the old-timers, this themselves. It would be better fall or at $50,000, with insurance at EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING
means an early, winter and
a severe
such if
one. they remained discreetly perhaps half that amount. Origin of
in the background. the fire is not known.

Sulzer expresses confidence and

says: "I am going to be acquitted," -

but considering what those Wall

street men say the following words Brocaded and Silk Ratines

from Disraeli are suggestive: "I see San Juan GarageOne

before me the statue of a celebrated

minister who said that confidence wasa I

plant of slow growth. But I be- II I

lieve, however gradual may be the

growth of confidence, that of credit I r er- r
requires still t.t .
more time to arrive at !

The New-o York World contended I FallWinterv Latest Styles

prior to Mayor Gaynor's death that 1913
the existence of the third municipal i ii /
ticket headed by the mayor would insure i COATS and /ifldW and Fashion

the head Tammany's of the ticket success has; now been that removed Ford Touring Cari 4 i SUITS - \jjyii/ Creations

by death, and he was the only

nominee on the ticket, the other.\

never having been filled in, it would

of seemthat the fusion the obstacle ticket had to been the success provi. In Good Order i i ,// -

dentially done away with. ,
D Bevois
o : ,

An exchange truthfully remarks
Personals and local happenings can'tbe Cheap. I BRASSIERES .

read and clipped from other papers .

not by a jugful. It takes physical -

as well as mental exertion to New Goods Arriving.Daily

get out four or six columns of local .
news in a town of this size. Mos t

people take a local paper to get the i

local happenings. Don't be afraid to I I MARION B. IVES

tell the editor or reporter that youhave p I I
friends visiting you. There are !
lots of people who are interested in i Don't forget that our Ajax Tires carry a written EXCLUSIVE MILLINERY PARLORS

your friends.'' You owe it as a duty to of
them to let your friends know of I guarantee 5,000 miles. McCALLUM SILK HOSIERY Second Floor BON TON CORSETSTHE

their doings.



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I We are getting returns, gratifying returns of our advocacy
REMEMBER Gents Furnishings"B.
of the famous

"EIFFEL HOSE"Pleased =

V. "Poro knit and underwear 50c
gauze a
The time is getting short to children for
prepay your customers are bringing their friends-a sure indication
garment, or $1.00 union suit.
school. We can help you out. We have a complete assortment of the increased popularity. Our special line.

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

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

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

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

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Among yesterday's arrivals at the REV. W. W. DeHART, I). I). +*lliMiliMtMIMMMMMHIIMIMMHKIMIIMm
,San Juan .was F. 1... Girtman, of i

Philadelphia.Mr. A telegram to Mrs. Gray yesterday
THE TUNER announced the death of Rev. Dr. W. AT ORLANDO EXPOSITION Marvel FlourWill
ORLANDO.FLA. Carl Dollins returned last nightto
W. DeHart, who for some twenty
Jacksonville, where he is connected
J years past has been rector of St. An-
with the Salvation Army. make good bread. Try it. We have
drew's church
and well known here. I' .
returned was city agency.Dill
Mr. Charles Pink has Miss Mae Kilmer left last night for OFFICIALS WELL AND !
Dr. DeHart had been in poor health
from his trip abroad. New York where she will PLEDGE SUPPORT
City, remain I
for a long time and had gone with I
until the middle of October.Mr. .
Mrs. DeHart early this summer, hop-
Forty-five guests registered at President H. H. Dickson and Secre-
ing for benefit from the change and Pickles
San Juan yesterday. H. H. Kemp, of Ocala, the rest, but had recently grown worse,'I tary: W. R. O'Neal of the South Flor-
clever representative of Frank E. ida Midwinter Exposition company,
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Vedder returned Block, Atlanta, is in Orlando today.Mr. passing away while in a hospital in i appeared before the commissioners of,I I By bulk or can.
last night from their wedding Cambridge, Mass. He will be keenly i I Seminole county yesterday and
missed in Tampa, where he has held preIsented '
trip. James H. Sadler, of Oakland, the plans for the next fair to'
the high esteem and affectionate regard I
I was a county seat visitor. He is |be held in Orlando in February, asking -
Mr. G. H. Vroom, of Boston, is in I greatly interested in good roads and of parishioners and of others j the co-operation of the commis-| OleomargarineThe
throughout his long charge there. I
of the San
Orlando today, a guest I ably represented his section at the sioners in having Seminole county \

Juan. I meeting yesterday.Prof. DEATH OF AN INFANT I represented among the county ex-I| best on the market. Always in stock.

hibits. j i
Mrs. A. J. Nye and Mrs. C. B. Nye
H. voice teacher
S. Pope, at The commissioners passed a resolution -
Flossie Bell, the sixteen monthsold ,
have returned from an outing at Day-
Rollins college, returned yesterday;; child of Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Logan pledging their endorsement of i i CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.

tona Beach. from a summer spent in Nova Sco died early yesterday morning! the plan, but deferred action as to,j

tia. The members of the faculty are and was buried yesterday afternoon i the amount to be appropriated for I I
Mr. Frank H. Davis, one of Apop-
assembling. Rollins will open Octo in the Braddock burial ground on the I such an exhibit until a future meeting I THE SANITARY GROCERY
ka's leading citizens, spent yesterdayin i
ber 1.County
Pine Castle road. Hammond & Gore, when the matter will be more :
roads. |
Orlando boosting good
the undertakers, had charge of the fully considered. i

Mr. A. 0. Martin, of Jacksonville, Commissioner E. 1... Brown, funeral. I The fair officials were much pleasedat Phone.200 6 & 8 Pine Street. !
of Fort Christmas, in Orlando
was i
the action of the Seminole com-]
representing the Florida Paper com- I MlilliSilHIIMMMHIIMIIIIIMMIIIiMMMMMIIi'Your .
in Orlando. yesterday attending a meeting of the City Clerk C. A. Boone has gone toI I missioners. They felt all along that:!
is spending today
pany - - -
board. He his t -
was accompanied by I Asheville, N. C., to enjoy a few weeks they would receive the heartiest co-I
I brother Mr. E. W. Brown who is I
Mrs. Grant Kendall returned home !of well earned rest before he beginsthe operation from the sister county for!!

yesterday from Jacksonville, where I down from Georgia on a visit. collection of city taxes October 1. the enlarged fair, but the result of j i Office and Desk WorkWill

several pleasantly Mr. Boone has been confined to constant .the conference yesterday was in the|
she spent days very Rev. Edward T. Poulson of the i
with friends. work at his office for the past!nature I: of making it an assured thing.j I
First Baptist church went to Sanford II
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several months
and even the
yesterday afternoon to meet his wife be easier if you are supplied with the
Miss Seabelle Smith left yesterdayfor day half holidays that have Thurs-I OSCEOLA COUNTY TO BE
and little daughter, who have been I
Atlanta, Ga., where she will visita I erally observed have been REPRESENTED AT FAIR
few days bofere going to Virginiato summering in New Albany, Ind. him and those who worked in his of I;necessary files, blank books rulers erasers -
be home their friendsat i
They will at to
attend school. fice. His family has been in Ashe- I
the Baptist parsonage. ville for time Mr. E. 1... Lesley, chairman of the I
some past.
colored inks ink wells and
I county commissioners of Osceola ,
Commissioner C. J. Sweet, i
County i Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Mizell and Mr. Masterson who county, and Mr. Walter C. Bass,i
of Pine Castle, was in town yester-I Clyde was injured
day in attendance upon the good daughter, Miss Ruth, of Tampa, who at Cook's garage Sunday night chairman of the county school boardof ; other small helps that make for efficiency

roads meeting.Hon. have spent the past three months in when one of the sliding doors came that county, were in Orlando yes
mass I I Asheville, N. C., stopped over in Orlando terday.Mr. t I
loose from its
fastenings and fell on
IGarden's I last night, with Mrs. Mizell's him, is getting along as well as could Lesley was recently delegatedby jand system. .
A. B. Newton, one of Winter brother, Mr. D. A. Arnold, the I
I I I popu. be expected. He was painfully the commissioners to act for the
progressive citizens, was 11 lar clerk at the San Juan. They will board in arranging with the Kissimmee \!
greeting his numerous county metropolis bruised but not seriously hurt. Come in and let us show you about them.
I visit other relatives in Orange coun- Board of Trade for an exhibit at

friends yesterday.Mr. ty before going to their home in Hills- Dr. C. D. Christ left last night for the Orange county fair, to be known I

borough county. New York City. After a short visit hereafter as the South Florida Mid-

George Burden has returned he will go to Moorestown, N. J., winter Exposition. Mr. Lesley stated

from his outing in North Carolina,I Mrs. Frank Soper left last night to where Mrs. Christ and son, Master yesterday that he had been unable

and is again at his post of duty in I I purchase millinery stock for the Hammond George Abbott, have been spendingthe yet to meet with the Board of Trade, W. S. BRANCH

Tax Collector' Martin's office. I & Bunch company, with which summer. They will return to Orlando but the sentiment was undoubtedlyin 1 ,

I I I firm she will be identified upon her October first. favor of making an exhibit here,: The Arcade Book and Music Store

)lr. Isaac Vanderpool, of Maitland,(return, at their new quarters. Mrs. and he had little doubt that .such!

was among the prominent Orange:I I Soper is to be manager of the milli- Miss Carey-Elwes left last night action would be taken. He said the

county folks in Orlando yesterday.He .: nery department. Her excellent taste for Ottawa, Canada, where she will commissioners were ready to bear a I

came to attend the good roads I and fine judgment in millinery will spend the next six weeks. proportionate part of the expense of I FOR RENT-Large pleasant rooms, Four years ago the people of West

meeting and to look after other busi-!!commend this department of the firm such an exhibit if the Board of Trade furnished for light housekeeping; Palm Beach built a fine school houseat

ness matters. I Ito the buying public.MfllMIIMIMilillllllllliMMMMM. Subscribe for The Daily Sentinel. would co-operate. I close in. Inquire 312 N. Main St. a cost of $60,000. A few days ago

17-6t they voted to bond for $35,000 for
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illlliiiliimmmilillllimmi' FOR RENT-To adults only, five furnished ment, the present building being inadequate

;i rooms; modern. 406 Colo-, for the large number of
nial Drive E. 17-6t-eod'' pupils.

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thousand new Fords will this season

MOTION PICTURES go to buyers who prefer real The Latest Fad in

service at reasonable cost rather

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derful merit. Runabout, $565; TouringCar,
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visiting in town the first of the week, ,
Apopka, Sept. 15.-lIon. S. W. Eld- meeting her many friends here.A "MARK'ETI" !
Ladies' Home Journal Patterns \ !:
redge, county commissioner, advises large crowd of picnickers came H THE
that Tuesday, September 16, is a day up from Orlando Monday to enjoy a
in all the numbersat
set aside by the commissioners to day at the famous Wekiwa Springs. new
hold a public meeting at the county Mrs. William G. Talton has returned i Of Cleanliness Of QualityFRESH i
court house, Orlando, for the purposeof home after spending the sum- -
discussing the matter of bondingthe mer north.
county for good roads, and the The board of trade held a busy I
amount and places. meeting Thursday night. The matter: McCULLOCH'SDEPARTMENT FISH AND GAME
Mrs. C. G. Cooper and daughters of cleaning the town was more fully
have returned from Kansas, where aired and September 25 has been set Kept under the best sanitary conditions.Everything .
they have spent the most of the sum- for the day to clean and it is hoped i STOREA
mer. Mr. Cooper wearing a smile. everybody will do their part. screened away from the flies and kept fresh

Ernest Culver has resigned his position and pure.
at the springs and accepted a I I 1---1, full line of Lace, Embroideries,
position with M. E. Weeks of Or- have two bakeries, it seems. Mrs.'' We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. have
lando. Smith is preparing to open one in the Ladies' Muslin Underwearand everything in the Meat Line.
B. M. Hawthorn is picking cotton rear of Gerald Wilkins' ice cream parlor -
and says that he will hold his crop I.. and S. W. Stewart is erecting a GinghamFor
this year for good prices. Hereto room in the rear of his meat market, School Dresses The PARLOR MARKET ::
fore he has sold to the ginners. I for another one, so that we will be
Mr. and Mrs L. 0. White have returned well supplied with bakeries. !
home after a very pleasantvisit I The improvements on the Wayside: H. M. Self & Co. i
to points of interest in the state.I Inn have been completed and it is ; Next Door to Evan's Jewelry Storearises

Mr. E. A. Thomas, president of the I now quite a commodious and convenient 18.20 PINE STREET
Consumers Lumber company, is shak-' hotel and prepared to give satisfactory ' ... I
ing hands with friends this week and treatment to guests who - ----- --- Phone No. 80
looking over his business interests I may stop here for lodging.Rev. a large crop will be planted ing Apopka, which he will distributeon I
here.Miss T. M. Byars, editor of the'for next year. his trip.Lumber ; .1..II. ...{ IIII.I.IIO'I.I''.I..4
Bettie Lipscomb has been Apopka News, preached Sunday at Some of our farmers have taken is now on the ground for:
called to Greenville, S. C., on accountof Fairvilla. advantage of the fine dry weather the erection of the J. S. Rackley'I 1Not
the illness of little Elizabeth Green,' Thomas Deering has moved into his and have put up a fine quantity of house on Sixth street, opposite the 'ill
who, it is reported, has scarlet fever.I'new house just completed on Sixth hay.Our S. A. L depot. [L[ T 'I i [ [

Jennie V. leaves the
Miss Berry street. I "fernery" is enjoying a fine: The Apopka high school opened I ELECTRIC VCUUMCLENER
first of the week for Tallahassee, I Mrs. W. G. Talton and two little 1 I I business and has orders for all it can Monday morning under very favorable I
;where she enters the state female! sons returned home during the past i grow.H. circumstances and bids fair to be I
,;.school. i I week after an absence of three I' II. Witherington is arranging to another successful year. One of the: I -
Miss Ruby Wilson has returned: months in Maryland and Delaware.D. .build a new line of telephone extend- very best assets any town can have is I
after a pleasant visit in North Car W. Clark has cleared about three!ing out Park avenue north to the city good schools and in that particular
olina and will soon enter her dutiesin acres of a plot of ground purchasedfrom i limits. This will be another improvement Apopka stand: well in the forefront. I Have house
room or
school teaching. 'I' the American Realty company I that will help the town. Apopka needs and must have an- your
The council had a very busy ses- and will later plant it in garden) The Ladies' Aid Society of the other hotel this winter for the accommodation cleaned without dust troubleof
sion Monday night. In the absenceof truck, and citrus fruit. He or
( expectsto Methodist church gave an ice cream of her guests. There have
Mayor Lovell, President Starbird eventually erect his home on the supper last Saturday night at Fourth I been several different partiss plan- furniture
acted mayor pro tern., while Mr. 0.I southwest iorner of this propertl, as street and Central avenue which was..ning on the undertaking and we are moving ,
F. McGee was elected president pro: it is one of the most desirable locations well patronized and a neat little sum ;not able to. state fully as yet just
tern. While many things came up\\i in the town for a residence.G. was realized from the sale of cream 'who will be the one who will carry
among the interesting ones were per- Harod has been clerking in B. F. and cake while every one seemed tc I'the plans to a successful conclusion, The Pierce Electric Co. send an Ex.
mission,for the erection of two bak- Wilson's store for the past few days have a good time. I I but we are in position to say that the!
eries were granted. A committee on during the absence of the proprietor G. Harod left Monday for Clear- hotel is an assured fact and will perienced
tax equalization was appointed, being from his place of business.A I water, where he is summoned as a I announce the name in a few days ofa man.
Messrs. A. C. Starbird and Frank II. splendid photograph of one of i wtiness in the circuit court. party who will build unless some
.Davis, with the regular assessor, they Apopka's business houses, that pi)I I W. R. McLeod left Monday for one else makes the start. We know SEE THEM FOR TERMS
to make the new assessment under S. W. Eldredge, was published in the Chattanooga, Tenn., on a visit, and whereof we speak, so keep a close
the new law and submit to the coun- Sunday edition of the Jacksonville I I will attend the reunion of the vet- watch out for the announcement ,if
cil for final approval. Times Union. I erans of the civil war while there.M. those who have been talking for some
M. T. Anderson leaves the first,of: Mrs. Harry Ustler has been con T. Anderson left Monday morn time do not make a start within the
the week for Cincinnati and other fined to her room for some days dur-; ing for an extended trip through the next few days.
points in the North, to be gone about ing the past week, but is improvingat North. He will visit Chattanooga,I TnB rl[ Lf [lLT[ IL L IflL
two weeks. this writing. Tenn., and from there he will go to The West Florida fair will be held I "
L 0. White has plans for makingsome The outlook for a large plantingof Cincinnati, Ohio, on a business trip, Marianna, November to 8.
extensive improvements to his watermelons in this section never and possibly other points in the North The schools in St. Augustine will UHUBCH STREETHIMMtiMMMMIIMItBHIilMSHHIIMMMMIMt ,
home on the corner of Park and Fifth looked so good as at the present time before he returns. lie carried with open tomorrow and will enjoy for the
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FOR FREEDOM WRITTEN IS BEING T .e 0 S C I O t Ih Ier r I I I Genera FLORIDA.Plumbing, and PLUMBERand Beating. Contractor.. HEATING Sewerage ENGINEER and Septic Show Tank III S.Construction Room Court St. Innoc rr T ITr once

I The most Modern Sanitation of the Age In my New Inventions in Plumb
Colebrook, N. II., Sept. 15.-Harry 45 W. Church Street i ing, for both Private and Public Buildings. Fine Plumbing Fixtures.
Kendall Thaw, fugitive from the New j Estimates Cheerfully Given. Repair Work Promptly Attended to. Prices Reasonable @
York state hospital for the insane at I'I I Money to loan on improved prop'erty. -I SEWER PIPE LAID AT 13 cts PER FOOT. WORK DONE NOW OR LATER.
Matteawan, awaited anxiously today i S. Y. WAY.. HIimmMMMMMtMHHIMIHIIiMMiMIMIMIMMMHIMMMMM RIGHT NOW we offer two propositions on TERMS OF $10
I _ _ DOWN AND $10 PER )IO TH.
the arrival of United States MarshalE. .... .... ........... ... . .. .MMMIillMMIMMMiHIIIIM Orlando should embrace this Every young man in
P. Nute, bearing notice to Sheriff I d,I+ .III.I.II..IIIIIIII..I..II..tllllllll.lllll...,..,.. II" estate. chance to begin or add to his

must Drew court rich The in of be at notification Coos the Littleton produced United county tomorrow before to that States Sheriff the Judge morning.fugitive disttict Drew Ald.I R i I I. O ORLANDO O BANK A & J TRUST J COMPANY A f fCapi'tal Inside Lots On$100.the SEMINOLE Map Before PARK Seminole LOTS County Corner Lots $125.

Thaw under the protection of Money and six cent interest back
places per one year from the date ..
and Surplus and Undivided Profits
the United States, pending disposition 13000000. you complete purchase if dissatisfied.
of the writ and that this guarantee Resources
over Three-quarters 01 a Million.
of safety in the face of so tl2Z
many kidnaping rumors was a source ; Statement As Rendered to the Comptroller .
of relief to him. I at the Near Lake Underhill. Finest grove land and finest groves \ \
Close of
"Thaw probably will not be taken June 30th, 1913 in Orange County. Develop a grove on your monthly spare 11
Jo Littleton until tomorrow morning change. PRICE $50 PER ACRE. Timber practically pays
," said Sheriff Drew today. "Thereis RESOURCESBanking for clearing. '
train leaving here shortly after ri:1jI House, Furnitureand
6 o'clock a which would bring us therein : : Fixtures ..........$ 25,867.37Loans NO INTEREST-NO TAXES
4 and Discounts .....
of time to be in court atIt" 355,589.33Overdrafts
plenty ,I., ............... 83.98 until you own the deed.

William Travers Jerome, NewYork's : Stocks and Bonds....... 26,018.33 ORLANDO REAL ESTATE CO.
Cash on Hand and in Banks
in the Thaw 254,088.11
special deputy Room 2.
Watkins Block. f
matter, planned to accompany Thawto ; -&
Littleton, as did Franklin Kennedy, I .,' :. $661,647.12 .IIIIIIII.II..IIIIOICIII.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII..IIIIII.
deputy attorney general, and Sheriff LIABILITIES
Hornbeck of Dutchess county, N. Y. Capital ...II............$100,000.00 :\
The Thaw lawyers desired to have r Surplus and Undivided
continued in order that the Profits ..............II 33,889.11
writ argument may be available at a later date Deposits ................ 527,758.01 it OUR NEW LINE
should it be found necessary to block
extradition.If I $661,647.12 ::1 -' Of ==
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Judge Aldrich should insist that The officers and directors of the Or- i
argument proceed tomorrow it might F'': : lando Bank and Trust Co. desire to [i
result in the freeing of their client at f :E'j call the attention of its depositors and Soft Felts
;- .
once, prior to the extradition hearing friends and the citizens of Orlandoto I
which Governor Felker has set for i 4. the above statement. The manage- : I I II
Wednesday.With ment of the Bank feels that this showing Ii I
i Are in. Call and
Thaw free again serious complications reflects the conservative, sane and a i just see them.
are possible. His lawyers progressive methods employed in this I
would be acting within their rights if -I II financial institution. Strength begets I
they attempted to rush him from the confidence, and strength is no where
state. Jerome and his force would of displayed better by a bank than in I :USSESFAITLTQMDTIMAgents
I United States Government, State and County Depository
course seek to hold him. A physical healthful statements to its patrons.

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have a lot of private detectives on

hand. Manure Fertilize
Thaw retired early last night aftera
Sunday spent entirely within doors. WRIGHT = HtMttttttMMMttltMMMMMttMMIHMIMIMMIM1fftl '
Most of the day he conferred with the REALTY & SEED CO.

nor family Stone representative of OAKLAND Pennsylvania., former Gover- .lTrate FOR Orlando Our REAL Business, Florida.ESTATE Garden PRODUCES Truck RESULTS or flower s r For l' T Next m il'tj Jl n Days j j'Ye

Oakland, Sept. 15.-Mr. J. E. Willis Does NOT Burn L will be pleased to list both city and county

was quite ill all of last week, needingthe I HillMIHII MMMMIHIMW. I l l I property, both improved and unimproved. A postal or
care of a trained nurse, but is
slowly improving now. Yesterday he telephone call will bring a representative.
went to the Formosa sanatorium,
thinking the change would prove ben-
eficial. He was accompanied by his M. SLEMONSFa RITTAIN & WAY
daughter, Mrs. J. E. Petris. .
Dr. Christ, of Orlando, was calledto
see Mr. Willis Wednesday, also

Mrs.Mr.D.and L. Pierson.Mrs. J. N. Joiner's infantson 15 SOUTH ORANGE AVENUE
Ne fall Goods Me No In I I
was buried at the Oakland ceme- Loming I
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entire community goes out to them in
this their hour of bereavement. .. UMiMMIMIMIMmtttlMHItlMIMMiiHItniHMfill

had school Osteen a wi'l as delightful Monday rest The and children with vacation Prof.have We sell .... BrioRl ((1! B1I1GUCEMENT (

high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co. :
and will be ready for the winter's .
work. made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes.

The Oakland-Winter Garden high Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and Towels. BRICK
The party that spent last week at
Wekiwa Springs returned Wednesday.I Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co.

They bathing all, riding report the a delightful toboggans time and,: & Co. Best place in the city to trade. | These Brick are better than Clay Brick

games. The party included Mrs. J.I I
and !they are cheaper
0. Brock, Misses Moody, Lillie and
Master Larry, Mrs. E. C. Vick, Lloyd
Vick, Miss Audrey Brily, little Misses W. M. FRANK HYRES
May and Thelma Petris, Mrs. W. T.
Hickman and daughter, Vera. Maker of Artificial Stone
Everyone is glad to see the cool, AVENUE
balmy days of fall approaching. It | Telephone 159 Livingston Ave. on R. R.
makes one feel it is a joy to live.
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previous proposed bond issue for

Louis C. Massey, President good roads, but he was now heartilyin !
favor of the and
proposed issue
T. Pktoa Warlow. VkJ>m. 8. Rat rs Howl CuU: *
was glad to find that he was standing
Howard C Babeoek. A't CwkWr Samuel A.Ntwdl.Ant Cubit
shoulder to shoulder with his friend
Sadler again. Mr. Massey said that .

THESTATE he thought it the proper time for the : OnlyUNITED

new county of Orange to take the

right stand on the right track for the

BANK proposed bond issue. He said the STATES[ DEPOSITARY[r
county could well afford an issue ofGOOOOO

$ and while he did not thinkit

wise for the meeting to go into any

too much detail, that certain details IN ORLANDOis

of OrlandoTHE were necessary in order to satisfy the

I people of the cost and other mattersof

essential information so that the
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OLDEST BANK IN THE CITYOF I public should thoroughly understand .t :' "
what they were to vote upon. He .
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said it was human nature for a man I
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I that he .
to vote against a proposition
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ORLANDO AND ORANGE COUNTYAND didn't understand.Mr. I !:::I ...: -- -\' \\ J
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John M. Cheney said that there 1 'ir =i!s h
I seemed to be a general misunder- : '\% rj
Bank which transacts more business than "o
The standing of the resolution that had V < XI69f'
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any Bank between Jacksonville and Tampa been offered. He asked that the reso- \ p 4 reiir
lution be read again, and Mr. Watson l"
UNITED STATES, STATE, COUNTY AND CITY I responded, showing that the meeting, t
DEPOSITORYThe I was going on record merely to the extent ,
of favoring the bond issue of

I.I I 600,000, and that the county commissioners : THE U. S. TREASURER

large patronage of this Bank has been built up I were to furnish an estimateof : sends his deposits to us (as do our ever
the cost and a plan of the roads
during twenty years by conducting its business on sound increasing: mail depositors throughout the
proposed to be built in submitting the
banking principles with careful attention to the legitimate question to the people to vote upon. surrounding country).

wants of customers. The confidence of the publicis Mr. L G. Starbuck said he was opposed -
reuected in the large amount of deposits. to bonding for any kind excepta
permanent road, and that clay was deposit with us for the credit of the U. S.
Average deposits First Quart er of 1913, $900,000
not permanent. He thought it betterto Treasury any sums they may owe it.

eliminate that part of the resolu-

FOUR PER CENT PAID ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTSOur tion. He thought, too, that it wouldbe U. WARRANTS

better to vote on two issues of are cashed by us, and charged to the U. S.
banks located in three hundred thousand dollars each
correspondent are every part of Treasurer's account.
than on one of double that amount.Mr. .
world and include of the Banks in
the some largest the Starbuck did not: urge this idea,
United States.MURDEROUS however, and it obtained no support.Mr. .
does this, nor is a United States depositary -
in favorof
Frank H. Davis spoke
4ilMMIMmimilMHtiliMMHIIMilili | | the Newton amendment, and Chair- their advertisements to the contrary

- - man Overstreet stated it as the prob- notwithstanding.
able view of the commissioners that
"PAL" OF COUSTERI I TO CALL ELECTION I no issue less than $600,000 would be ..

FEITING DENTIST TO BOND COUNTY I considered; he said this amount could :

I be afforded, he thought; that it would :

(Continued from First Page.) (Continued From First Page.) not be burdensome and could be easily I I
spector Faurot declared, had not been mere, Pine Castle to Taft, Gotha to cared for. ,
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questioned about Muret and had not i Windermere, Orlando to Fort Christmas. Mr. T. M. Byars stated that he had IIMMMMII' " " " " " , . .444

given him the lead that led to the There were hundreds, said Mr. considerable experience in gathering .

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At the 134th street flat, which the not appeal: but under his- plan the found that the increase in property .

detectives say consists of four rooms I whole county could be brought in values on the roads built and contiguous :

and a bath, they found a perfectly ap.,1,touch with the main arteries and he thereto more than paid for the NEW

pointed dark room in .the proposed that the clay roads be all cost of the roads.

while in the dining room was a large connec:,ej with the brick highways, Mr. Mahlon Gore told briefly of

camera. This, Inspector Faurot said I' so as to make a complete network his observation in various cities con

this morning, was one of the finest.he. without lapse in the system. cerning materials for road building. I FallandWilltorSuitsandCoats

had ever seen. In the bed room was a I J. H. Sadler seconded Mr. Newton's He said that there seemed to be no

small hand press, two pairs of rub amendment. lIe said the road build- settled conviction concerning the best

ber gloves, and in the tubs in the I ing proposition was a give and take material. In Baltimore he had found

dark room kitchen chemical and acidsof matter. He opposed the idea which them taking up Belgian block and

the kind used in developing photo had been incidentally suggested by putting down brick instead, and in ARRIVING NOW

graphic plates.On Mr. Newton that the incorporatedtowns Philadelphia they were taking up

his way to headquarters Dr. in the county be left out of the brick and putting down Belgian block.

Muret admitted, the police allege, general system and that the townsbe He suggested that a delegation be

that he was practicing dentistry with- left to provide their own roads. sent to attend the good roads'con-

out the proper license from the state. He said that his town of Oakland, for gress to be held in Detroit September

He had studied dentistry in Berlin; example, was not able to build the 29, when material would be discussedand
he told the police, and in New York, half mile of hard road which wouldbe demonstrated.Mr. .

but had failed to pass the examina- required. Moreover, he feared that
Temple stated at this juncture
tions for a certificat to practice. such a plan would operate to the det.
that he had seen so much of road
Among his effects brought to head- riment of the proposed complete sys- building that he would "see hell are the newest and choicest
quarters was a framed license bear tem, for the towns would not do it in
freeze over before he'd vote for a
ing the proper certifications. The police many instances even if they were. bond issue that did not specify brick. THEY of this coming season,
set about tracing the authorshipof able, and cited in conclusion that the
Applause greeted this statement.Mr. .
of the famous Printzessline
this certificate this morning. worst roads in the county were within -
Braxton Beacham said that he :
Muret the detectives is the corporate limits of Orlando.Mr. .
say, a I
had been committed to brick for many L. & C. S. Star line and the
notary public and a member of the Sadler's statement lc this effect ,
years, that he had examined roads I
Dental Protective Association of Chi- was applauded. Mr. Newton said that
he was under the from Maine to Florida and he knew Gem line. These are the lines that
impression that the
cago. I. the benefits to come front good roads, :
incorporated: towns were cut out bylaw but he thought the commissioners I we have built our Coat and Suit Business -
County Solicitor L G. Star-
ocFAYORITEocHigh ;
II should spend some time and money I '
buck stated that the supreme court in making investigations of materials I : on. There are none better.
had held that
the county commissioners
Class Motion Pictures and cost before they committed them ,
Program Changed DailyToday's I had supervision of the county selves. He said broadly that the people I Every day we are getting more,
: highways even when they run through
Program I in Florida knew nothing, or next
4 Big Reels 4 incorporated towns. I II I I to nothing, of road building; that and invite you to come and see them.

"The Smuggler's Daughter" (Rex). Mr. W. C. Temple stated that he I Florida had less good roads to the
A powerful two-reel Rex feature."Billy's had supported the previous attemptto square mile than any state that he You will be entertained and pleased.We .

Strategy" (Gem). A Gem bond the county for roads and felt knew of, and he thought it wouldbe
laugh producer with the great come- sure that seventy-five per cent of the folly to start ahead without mak- are fast getting our upstairsline

dian, Billy Quirk. property interests of the county were ing a careful study of the question. of in
goods shapefor
"Range Detective" (American). A I represented in the vote rcorded in He urged co-operation with the coun- Ready-to-Wear

thrilling western drama. I favor of the issue then, and that it ties to the north and south of Orangein the fall business.

Coming very soon! "Thus Saith had been defeated by the twentyfiveper the investigation of the problem.

the Lord." A powerful and wonderful I cent. He thought it unwise, Dr. J. C. Howell said that the

two-reel Biblical feature, told a la therefore, for the mass meeting to go United States maintained a depart-
too much into detail for fear of doing
"Eclair. ment of good roads where such information -
Matinee, 2 to 5. Night i 7 to 10. something that might arouse the antagonism could be had for the asking.

Admission 5 cents to all. of persons who might otherwise This dosed the discussion on the Watson -
favor the proposed issue. He resolution and the Newton

thought the meeting should confine amendment, and the resolution was
itself to enthusiastic encouragementof carried unanimously) as amended.

for Tonight the proposition as a whole, limiting Following this Mr. Sadler offered ,

Hibbard's Claim" the discussion to the questions, the following resolution, which was i
"Jay ( ) A
"Do we want a bond issue?" "If so, also without dissent j
adopted :
one-reel feature. I
for how much?" N. P. YOWELL
"The Protectory's Oldest Boy" "What is our plan? "Whereas, Orange county is mov-

(Thanhouser). He stated further that he thoughtthe ing in the matter of bonding for
main road north and south building and improving her highways,
"The Silly Sex" (Reliance). By
through the county should be built of resolved that
be it it is the sense of
Forrest Halsey. vitrified brick and I ,444444*. , , , ; " , , .
"Saving the Innocents" (American). : one east and west this meeting that should bonds be --
should be constructed of the same voted that the funds pertaining to - --- -- -------
One-reel feature.
comedy material; he thought it would be agreat this matter in any way shall be deposited -\ ed the third Tuesday in November .EDISON MUST TAKE WEEK'S and slept little Wednesday night The

mistake to eliminate the towns, in all the banks of the countyon I and made a motion to that effect.I I REST, HIS DOCTOR ORDERS next day Dr. Bradshaw ordered him

WILL HONOR BOOKSAT and recited the experience of Winter a fair and equitable basis to be I Mr. Starbuck stated that Monday wasa New York,Sept. 16.-Dr.John Ham- to stay in bed. Mr. Edison grumbledat

LUCERNE THEATER Park in attempting to maintain good decided by bond trustees or whoever better day for holding elections for mond Bradshaw, of Orange, N. J., has this and now that he has recovered

I.I roads in that village, and stated that shall be custodians of these funds, the reason that a number of traveling ordered Thomas A. Edison to take a somewhat he has been ordered to

Messrs. Starkey & Raehn wish it. Winter Park was much better pre and that the county commissioners men could be at home on that rest of at least a week at his homein keep away from his laboratory for at

understood that they wilt honor all pared to assume this burden than I aM hereby requested to appoint only day who could not be present to vote Llewellyn Park. Mr. Edison, who least a week.

books previously issued by the Lu some other towns in the county.Mr. I those who will pledge themselves to on other days. Mr. Cheney moved to for years has claimed he was able to "Mr. Edison has been working too

cerne theater until such books have L. C. Massey said that it was I carry out the intent of these resolu- lay the motion on the table, for he get along with perhaps less rest than hard, and he must have rest," said Dr.

F been exhausted. No date limit has good when a man got ready to reverse tions." said the matter should be left to the any other man, does not take the or- Bradshaw. "If he does as I tell him

been set for honoring these books. his former stand on questionsto The date for the proposed electionwas discretion of the commissioners. Mr. ders kindly, but will follow them. he will be back at work when the

They will be honored regardless of find himself in good company. He taken up but dismissed without O'Neal withdrew his motion, and the Mr. Edison caught cold, which later time comes as sound as ever and

date. ._* stated that he had stood shoulder to decision. )Ir. W. R. O'Neal suggest-(meeting adjourned. became complicated with indigestion, better able to do a hard day's work.r" ." '


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