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 23, 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 )
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United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
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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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It was to be expected that the return Albany, X. Y., Sept. 22.-While attorneys THESE[ [ BACHELORS

of fall would open the politicalarena and newspaper men are working ,

for filling the offices created by their way through the impeach-

the adoption of the new charter un- ment trial of Governor Sulzer, a small I
der which a commission form of government army of representatives of law I
for the city of Orlando will schools and universities from all over I -
READY TO AFFIX HIS I be inaugurated. This surmise was the world is following the case closelyand MATES MUST BE FOUND
SIGNATURE I evidently well founded, for the first preparing exhaustive reports. IN THIS STATE
JAILED AT TAVARES BUT touch of chilly weather brought forth These men are attracted here be- I INCREASE INTEREST IX THE

PERPEFRATOR OF DEEDIS Washington, Sept. .-Disputed three announcements; they all came cause of the precedents which attor- Lake Hamilton, Sept. 22.There I REGULAR SEASON EVENTAT :

AT LARGE points between the senate and the in a day. neys have to cite in cases of impeach are so many young bachelors in this! ORLANDOAs

. house in the tariff bill narrowed down Mr. C. E. Howard was the first to ment. Not since 1806 has there beenan city and so few whom they think

Leesburg, Fla., Sept. 22.-The peo- today to such chief features as the income make formally known his intentions. impeachment case in England, and would make them good wives that a distinct and impelling feature

ple of this city are in a fever of excitement tax, the tax on cotton futures His announcement was made public only seven are on record in the United I they have taken to discussing the lof the South Florida Midwinter expo.

over the effort made yester- and the general administrative pro- yesterday afternoon, and following in States. Many points which are being I question as to what is their best Jsition to be held in Orlando February

day to assassinate Marshal H. L. visions. Democratic managers expected quick succession were the announce-: covered in the Sulzer trial never were course under the circumstances. During 17-22, the poultry exhibit will be by

Torian by John Gary, a negro, who to send the conference reportto ments of Mr. H. Clark Robertson and: raised in previous cases. Long weeks the early part of this week they far the largest and most varied and

had 'Torian decoyed to the edge of the house by Thursday. Mr. James L. Giles. The latter has have been spent by attorneys for both met at the Lake Hamilton hotel and meritorious ever seen in this imme-

town and fired upon him from am Chairman Simmons, of the senate not returned from his summer vaca- sides, and members of the court of there decided that their future part- diate section.Mr. .

bush. Marshal Torian is seriously, finance committee, and Senator Hoke tion, but his announcement was authorized appeals are studying every phase of ners must be Floridians and no J. H. Wendler, who is to have

perhaps fatally wounded, and posses I' Smith assured President Wilson today by friends who had been i in all past impeachment cases. other. charge of the Lakeland and Tampa

of citizens are scouring the countryin that they expected the bill to be communication with him, and is au There was no morning session of Among those who were present at exhibits, was in Orlando yesterday in

search for Gary and his pal. If ready for his signature before theend I thentic. So far, Mr. Giles is the only the court today. The senators and that meeting and who stood solidlyfor I conference with the fair officials and

they are caught they are likely to of the week. announced candidate for mayor; the I judges were ordered to report promptly the Florida maiden as the girlto completed arrangements to bring the

receive speedy punishment for their The last moments of the passageof others announced for commissioner. I at 2 o'clock for the resumption of marry, were the following: greater part of the Tampa exhibit to

act. Four negroes, arrested by offi a tariff measure, however, always Under the new charter the city government I argument by Attorney Marshall, of Fred Hodde, from Hamburg, la., Orlando and to take charge of the exhibit -

cers, as having possible connection offer opportunity for rejection of a is to be composed of a mayor : the Sulzer counsel, on certain points who is good looking and about twenty- at the Orlando fair:

with the shooting, are in jail at the conference report, and further deliberations and two councilmen, the three to com raised by him touching on the con- three years old. He owns 40 acres of The fair association by becoming

county seat, Tavares. They are ac- I on points upon which either pole a commission vested with legis- stitutionality of the adjournment of land, 20 of which are cleared. affiliated with the American Poultry

cused of being accomplices of Gary.It house may insistDemocratic lative and administrative authority.The the assembly last July, the failure of Ernest Carr, from Kansas City, association gets into the circuit of the

is generally believed that the effort leaders from the Southare mayor is to receive a salary of assemblymen to receive notificationthat twenty-two years old, and the Beau poultry exhibitions and participatesin

to assassinate Marshal Torian said to be agreed on the cotton i $1,500 annually and the commissioners on reconvening the assembly Brummel of the bunch. He has ten the big prizes offered by the Amer-

was planned by a number of negro future tax compromise proposed by I are to receive $1,200 a year each. would consider impeachment charges acres and a beautiful town lot. ican Poultry association. Besides

offenders,against the law. Yesterday Representative Lever and endorsedby I The act provides that the present I and the constitutionality of the impeachment Daniel Ryals, a native son, livingat these cups, which are sought after by

about 2:30 o'clock a negro went to Postmaster General Burleson and council shall call an election to beheld I I I itself on the ground that I the hotel, whose pastime is touringthe poultry fanciers in many states, the

Marshal Torian and told him that Senator Hoke Smith% Instead of the I I the first Monday in December at .it was brought while the assemblywas country in his automobile. local fair association will offer a num-

Gary had beaten him severely, and high Clarke tax, it proposes a smaller I I which the mayor and two councilmen in extra session. I Michael O'Keefe, a witty young :ber of cash prizes and cups.

offered to pilot the marshal to where tax on cotton, for which the government I I are to be elected. I' I Irishman, twenty-eight years of age, President Dickson stated yesterdaythat
A hearing in the case of James A.
Gary was supposed to be in a house. has fixed standards. The cotton I I A primary election will be held in Garrison, graft investigator,'i who wlil engage in mercantile busi- the local merchants and businessmen
exchange men, however, are advance of the .Sulzer's would be asked contributesome
The marshal accompanied the negro protesting election, however, and I to
now imprisoned for contempt of the ness.Otto
and on his way to the place where against'il I I this will be conducted as a white pri .. and Walter Portenhouse, of these cups, and he had no
I assembly, was announced for this
Gary was supposed to be the latter With consideration of the incometax I mary under the direction of the city afternoon at Troy.MUNICIPAL whose brother John recently brought doubt that there would be a ready re-

opened fire upon Torian from ambush section today, the senate's amend executive committee. A mass meeting I home a bride from. their home townin sponse to this request.

with a shotgun. The marshal ment lowering the minimum exemp-I will be held the evening of Saturday Indiana. In speaking of the proposed exhibitin

fell in the roadway and Gary, joined' tion from $4,000 to $3,000, allowances October 11, for the purpose of LEAGUE HAS Orlando, Mr. Wendler said1

by the other negro, ran away from for dependent wives and children and I I I electing a new executive committeeand THE WEATHER think I can say with certainty that

the place. The shot attracted atten larger taxes on great incomes came'' naming a date for this primary M there will be at least five hundred
tion and the marshal was found dan- up for settlement. I election. The city committee is com The San Juan thermometer regis- birds brought to Orlando from other

,gerously wounded, the load of shot Chairman Simmons said he had not I) posed of M. 0. Overstreet, chairman; ', tered 63 at midnight last night. Fair states for exhibition here. You will

having entered his body. He was discussed the cotton future tax with 1 Josiah Ferris, secretary and treasurer i Tuesday, warmer in northwest portion find that this poultry exhibit will bea

taken to his home. The doctors say the president, but indicated the senIate ) ; Charles Lartigue, B. J. Beidler,i COMMISSION GOVERNMENT WAS Wednesday. big thing for Orlando in many

he has a chance to recover. managers would not yield to the ;! and the late W. E. Shine. The first I DISCUSSED AND CANDIDATES i I ways.

Posses were organized and the house on their amendment. j'I business before the meeting will WERE SUGGESTED I "In the first place it will stimulate

search begun. Descriptions of Gary "It will be the Clarke amendment! be the election of a successor to Mr. !SANFORD HOPES TO HAVE interest in poultry raising and the

and the other negro have been sent or nothing," said the finance committee -' Shine. It is impossible to forecast. The Municipal League met in their proper care of the birds and the

broadcast and it is believed they will I chairman. Further, he. refused to the action of the meeting, but a ropms last night and after the trans-I I NEW HOSPITAL SOON growing of them for profit. In the

be captured. : discuss the subject. 'I, primary will probably be called to action of the regular next place it will bring a great num-

President Wilson told callers today I hake i place in November, as thirty journed in an open social meeting. A |I ber of people here who will become
that his conferences with leaders led !i j I days' notice will be required. number of invited guests were preset -|!i CITY COUNCIL MAKES AN AP. interested and will invest here.

STATE HEALTH OFFICER him, to believe all differences would \i The candidates already announced and it can truly be said to have I! PROPRIATION TO HELP I Twenty-two states were represented

be smoothed out and he would sign 1!! are all well known citizens of Orlando. been a representative meeting of the I WORTHY CAUSE at the Lakeland show last year, and I

WRITES OF VITAL DATA the bill this week. j|, Mr. Howard has been prominently citizenship of Orlando. A liberal I know that there were six hundred

"I've got my pen sharpened," said identified with affairs in this city lunch was served and a jovial hour i i Sanford, Fla., Sept. 22.At the acres of land about that town sold as

the president. i i for a number of years. He was a spent in jokes and story telling when meeting of the city council an appropriation -i| a direct result of the poultry exhibit.

URGES CITY OFFICIALS TO BE i i member of the city council for several the president, Dr. Howell, suggested of *250 was made towards I j "Another thing, during the fair

VIGILANT IN GATHERING BOY SCOUTS MAKE : terms and has taken an active that with such a representative bodyof the building! of a hospital in Sanford I there will be lectures by the besti

CAMP; part in public matters through the men it might be profitable to discuss -: in connection with the Hospital asso- i known poultry authorities that will
columns of his paper, The Orange informally commission govern- j ciation: and the county. The city also i be absolutely free to the public, and

FOR THREE DAY OUTING County Citizen. lie was one of the ment and candidates. i[ appropriated the sum of $25 a month Ito this will be worth much in practical
Mayor Reynolds has received a let fathers of the commission charter and There seemed 1 be used in this hospital to care for I| knowledge to those who are interested -
ter from Dr. J. Y. Porter, state health -- i no great freedom in .
worked indefatigably for the adoptionof the city cases as far as the appropriaItion in the industry:
volunteering information
officer in regard to the on these
matter of YOUNGSTERS LEAVE FOR FEW that instrument. would go. The Hospital association -' Mr. Wendler has a large poultry
vital statistics.Dr. ,I subjects, but as the president called
gathering DAYS OUTING NEAR CLEAR j Mr. Robertson has lived in Orlandoall out has been at work for some time farm at Lakeland and is a poultry
several gentlemen the discussion
Porter calls attention to the im- !
his life and is capable and popular. waxed and has quite a nice sum on hand with authority himself. He is president of
of this LAKE GROVE warm and interesting. Several !
having informationfiled
portance He is public spirited and efficient, candidates :which to erect a buildnig. Now, with the state branch of the American
with the health board that were mentioned, I
so and his work for the Orlando fire de- the co-operation of the town and Poultry association, secretary of the
Florida cities be The Boy Scouts have gone into among whom were A. B. Johnson and I
may represented partment has directed the attention county it would seem as if the new Florida Fanciers' association, poultry
properly in the United States regis cap at Clear Lake and will remain John F. Schuman. Mr. Johnson be
of many to him as a man of executive hospital is assured. i i editor of the Florida Grower, and is
tration area in accordance with the there until September 25. The following ing called out made a speech that I
ability and positive character. Citizens of Sanford and Seminole a member of a dozen other associations
directions issued by the bureau of boys left at 7 o'clock last night I filled the boys with enthusiasm and
Mr. Giles is a member of the present county are very much elated over the whose interests are the improve-
Dr. Porter wishes to knowif and hiked to their camp grounds, a he was roundly cheered. Mr. Johnson
census. council, and has taken a leading prospects of the new brick roads that ment of the industry.The .
the authorities distance of two miles from the city: stated that he had been solicited by a
city are meeting part in the work of that body. He is will be laid in Sanford special dis- : fair officials consider that they
with obstacles in this R. Davis, D. Hand, Kenneth French, number of citizens to be a candidatefor
any I a man of affairs, having been successful trict. It is estimated that there will : have prepared for a ten strike in securing -
data and if the ordinances are being C. Magruder, F. Halliday, R. Seymour, commissioner and while he did ;.
in business, and his ability is well 'be twenty-six miles of brick roads Mr. Wendler's co-operation.
enforced in regard to the reporting of Ed. McDowell, C. Perry, Phillip and not want the job and would not seekit i'I
recognized. He has a strong follow- laid. The contract was awarded The success of this feature of the ex-
such information. He states that the Frey V. Kilgore, W. Lewter, H. Wood, neither would he shirk responsibility ''
ing, and will make a formidable can- Nankison & Hagler, of Augusta, Ga., position is assured, and it will be a
state health officer is prepared to i C. Dougherty, M. Smith, Bill Mulhol. and that he probably would an
sup- didate with any competitor who and they will begin the shipment of show in itself which would be sufficient .
action to I land, H. Broome, F. Merck, B. Knight, may nounce himself a candidate within the
port any necessary get physicians
: oppose him. ': brick into Sanford within the next ten to attract even if it were the
and undertakers to such J. Toplift, C. Anderson, G. McIntosh next i few days Mr. Schuman talked
report I The list of entries having been i days It is expected that the contractors lone attraction to be offered.
data. He states also that midwives and Pete Brittain. ;i on the duties of commissioners but
opened, it is fair to assume that there i: will require about seven ---
&out Master James N. Burden did not state whether he would be DECISIVE
should be registered and required to and II a BATTLE SAID
will be others the road
to announce within the I ;months to complete construc- ,
births. Assistant Scout Master Limpus are candidate or not. TO HAVE TAKEN PLACE
report next few days. The tion.
The Orlando authorities have had in charge and will devote their timeto to be one of unusual interest I!i! A paper, unsigned, was in the hands i A number of Sanford people went Special to The Sentinel.Washington
considerable trouble in getting -physicians teaching the boys scout craft andph'sical of the secretary and read to the meeting : to !i
1 'I over to Enterprise on Saturday at- Sept. 22.-That a decisive
to report births and deaths I culture. that was chuck full of good suggestions ' I
IMPEACHMENT OF SULZER tend the funeral of John Sauls. Mr. battle for the control of northern -
and this condition has been Tents and provisions were carriedto I and awakened discussion 'I
a lively
the | REGULAR SAYS COURT 1I I I Sauls was an old and highly respected Mexico has been fought betweenthe
reported to the state health officer. chosen spot yesterday and every -, but being unsigned, it was I citizen of Enterprise and was almost rebels and federals at Monclovais
Unless there is an improvement i it arrangement has been made for decided to take no action on it but
Special to The Sentinel i as well known in Sanford. He leaves indicated in advices received today
is that will be takento the comfort of the camp so the boysare refer it back to the author for his
likely measures
Albany, who is of
well Sept. 22.-By an over I a son, Ralph, an employe by the state department. The United
enforce the ordinance in this respect time assured of having a great whelming vote'the court of impeachment signature.So i the People's bank of Sanford, and one States consul at Saltillo says that all
during their
stay at the lake.
i decided that the assembly had many good suggestions were:i daughter, Mrs. L. W. Wright, of Lake communication between that town and

{hhe right under the law to impeach made at this meeting, looking to the i Helen. Monclova has ceased. If the rebelswon

BONDS FOR MAYO Get your school books' and supplies Sulzer, and that the trial should proceed future good of Orlando, that the j Rev. J. P. Bresnahan has been holding they will! unite with other forces

On the 17th of next month the citizens early.; Avoid the rush. Curtis' & league's' first smoker must be declareda a mission during the last week at and march on Mexico City. Local

of Mayo will vote on a proposed O'Neal. I decided success. i Cameron City, and has delivered a Carranza leaders say that Lind will

bond.issue of $15,000 for a municipal, The prospects_ are for.a short grapefruit series of very interesting sermons remain in Mexico until after the eJection -
e 1 edrk tightplant.;.-''.:,. -' >".1: <.'-,-- .-. :"For the newsread, The Sentinel. crop in Florida this season. I I Read Sentinel want ads. I and lectures.: October 26. '


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STATE NEWS NOTES The Cathedral School
who is in charge of procuring the I

shell for the McGregor boulevard, J If want the Best EAST CENTRAL AVENUEOrlando's r
II. P. Walker, of Auburndale, one I brought to the city yesterday the stoi '
I Select Boarding and
of the largest guava shippers in that ry of the finding of fifty-seven human !
section, is shipping guavas out of i, skeletons by his party in a shell embankment J CLOTHES Day School For Girls

there on almost every train. lIe will at Sword Point. Sword I j(Reopens Wednesday, October 1.
ship over 2,000 crates before the sea- Point is really an island opposite I -... i Primary, Intermediate, and College 0
son is over. Punta Rassa, at the mouth of the j Preparatory Grades.

Caloosahatchee river.-Fort Myers MADE TO MEASUREYou Also Courses in Music, Art, Elocu
A car load of fine new machinery Note in Jacksonville Metropolis I tion, Domestic Science, Physical Cul- I
. has arrived in Eustis from Riverside, i ture. I 4
Cal, and has been unloaded at the Lemons from the just opened blossom Twelve specially trained Teachers.i

mammoth new packing house of the to the ripe fruit and all interme- now have the opportunity, : Individual attention. Loving care. I
Eustis Citrus Growers' association. diate stages of growth making eight REV. RODERICK P. COBB, A. M., I
Everything to make a model plant has :sizes in all are to be seen in Wise for we have with us special rep- Principal.TO I LEARN ABOUTour
been installed. quality confections by a trial
i Perry's window. They were raised byS. purchase *
A. Barfield on his place at Jupiter resentative of Strauss & Bros., PROPERTY OWNERS: i of a pound box of our
Contracts have been awarded for on a tree but four years old. The CHOCOLATESBON
the construction of a large phosphate ripe lemons are about: decent market- of Baltimore. He will be withus I am better now quarters settled in in larger the Rock, brighterand build- BONSA
drying and storage plant near Mulberry able size but a little rougher than the
ing, opposite the San Juan hotel, i
"pointer" for the
for the Export Phosphate com- Sicily and with more seeds but aboutas for next three daysTuesday, person wanting
rooms 1 and 2, which my increasing the best at a reasonable price-the
The will be operated by
pany. plant juicy.-West Palm Beach TropicalSun.
add to the and this business required.I utmost in purity and deliciousness.
electricity and will largely Wednesday Thursday,
am revising my sales list, and am Daintily packed and in the original
business of that section.A
week. I ready to list your city and country shapes and variety of flavors.
rousing meeting was held in Mt. I j From all reports received from my BUTT'S Kandy Kitchen '
Dora a few nights ago, at which time be thankful for each new day S. @ friends and business connections in,!
the organization of a board of trade and to put into it and to get out of it :1 the North, I shall do a large business I
was discussed. A temporary chair- all the good I can. To give, expect- this winter, and will use my best efforts WE FIT GLASSES GRIND LENSES
man was elected and another meet- ing nothing in return, to to bear AND DOLL KINDS OF
help I to sell the properties listed with
ing will,be held to complete arrange- the burdens of others without burden- Come in and see the Big Line of : me. OPTICAL REPAIRING

ments for a permanent organization.News ing them with mine; to know enoughof :I I have many satisfied customers,

sorrow to be able to sympathize, SamplesAT ![ who became winter residents of Or- ..... >;. '
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comes from Washington that to know enough of sin to be able to i i lando and vicinity by my personal '4 11) 't"
the naval affairs committee of the direct others into right paths, to be ===== i efforts, and they are now boosting for .. J
house will visit the Pensacola navy blessed with enough of this world's Orlando and

yard, reaching there about December goods to be satisfied with what I have, Brown & larti ue's' Yours truly,
10, and will make an inspection of the to look to nature for my spiritual lessons CARL JANS! X, I DR. L. H. RAMSDELL
yard with a view of taking up the and my daily sermons, to take Real Estate, Notary Public, Fire OPTOMETRIST /
matter of its reopening at the regular care of the present and to let the past I Insurance. 1m d&wI
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session of congress. and future take care of themselves. : --

T. F. Pierce, widely known i iii news- ,In though other it words were,my to each This day is the as R READ THb SENTINEL b F FOR THE NEW\ ) I/. *\ wIILoLA- - FLORIDA

paper circles, died suddenly in Tampaa philosophy of my life, the symphonyof WELCOME TO THE
few days ago from an attack of my soul.-Catherine Cordelia J .
acute indigestion. At the time of his ney, in Pensacola Journal. en-I' ; ROYAL PALM Modern Prices, Moderate Home-like

death, Mr. Pierce was in the employof
the Tribune, in the advertising de Gov. Park Trammell denies that he FRANK HYRES BARBER SHOP !
partment. lie was a native of New is after Congressman Sparkman's job, SOUTH ORANGE AVENUE
Jersey but had lived a long time in as alleged by one of the state's news- Modern and i Near Lake Lucerne
Florida. papers when he appointed George Artificial StoneBuilding I! -
Schofield to the job of state's attor-j Everything new, individual I I
Edwin Jr., because electric attachments at every I! MRS. W. T. WALKER
George, the- 4-year-old son of )lr. ney over Spencer I
chair. No atone has been left
and Mrs F. Mertens, who live in Schofield was in Sparkman's district ORLANDO FLORIDA
unturned to make this
West Palatka Heights, was bitten by and Spencer was not. Gov. Trammeli
Blocks, Cement Brick, House th
r meet erequirements of the
aground rattlesnake a few days says he appointed Schofield on account -I
ago I Foundations all of Concrete rccst particular. of
while playing in the yard. The reptile -I of his longer experience in styles Plenty RoweVinebrenner
struck its venomous fangs into I!practicing law. Columns, and Balusters,also all kindsof I room. Courteous attendal1ts.'I 1 Room ll-Ic.eill&Davis BI'd

the child's foot twice. At first it I Ornamental Concrete Work in Whiteor ''I ELIJAH WHITEHEAD, I -__
seemed that the youthful victim could I I This is the best season of the yearto Colored Facings I Proprietor. REAL ESTATE

not survive, but the latest news isI I scan the "For Rent",column. You I Orange Ave., Orlando, Fla. !I City and Country Property
that the patient is doing nicely and will find it possible now to find a

the chances are he will soon be out|house that will just suit you, where- Phone 159-Works Livingston Ave on R.R. i! Look for the big circular of B.
again. The snake was found and I jas if you wait until winter it will be Little cost-big returns-from Salomon. Season end sale. See our
killed. difficult to get what you want. I low prices and then come in and con
I Sentinel want ads. vince yourself.

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BE USED THIS YEAR Sanford's "Our Government;" Dug-
gar's Agriculture for Southern
As the opening of our schools is Schools. BEFORE DECIDING
very near, the following list of books, .High School, Ninth Grade-Beuh-
which are to be used all over the ter's English Grammar; Classics, to
state for the term of 1913-14, is be supplied; Milne's Standard Arith- TA'7HYa
printed for the benefit and guidanceof metic; Milne's High School Algebra ;
our school boys and girls: (begun); Niver's History of England; "
Boat the "CADILLAC" rM ll [ in min !
First Grade-Wheeler's Primer. Bennett's First Year of Latin; Lock-
Wheeler's Reader to be used latter wood & Emerson's Composition (latter -
part of term. part of term). DON'T
Second Grade-Wheeler's First Tenth Grade-Lockwood & Emer-
b Reader completed; Graded Classics, son's Composition and Rhetoric (com- BE SATISFIEDWith \
Book I (latter part of term); New pleted); Classics, to be supplied; Ill
di! u
Century Spelling Book, Part I (latter Milne's High School Algebra (com- i
part of year). pleted); )I'er's General History (be- I
Third Grade-Wheeler's Second gun); Walker's Caesar; Houstor's "Just as Good' because the
Reader; Graded Classics, Book II Physical Geography. chances are 104 to 1 that the
(latter part of year); New Century Eleventh Grade-Halleck's Historyof "Just as good b in reality infer !
Speller, Part I, continued; Arnold's English Literature; Classics, to be ior. \
"With Pencil and Pen;" Milne's Pro- supplied; Wentworth's Plain Geome- "
gressive Arithmetic, No. 1. try; Allen & Greenough's Six Oration POINSETTIAIce
Fourth Grade-Wheeler's Third Cicero; Carhart & Chute's High
I Cream is in a class
t Reader; Graded Classics, Book III :School Physics, revised edition; )IyI -I ALL BY ITS SELF.
(latter part of year); New Century I er's General History; Townsend'sCivil We make it that "ay.
Speller, Part I, continued; Hyde's Government of the United Pure Cream Sterilized
Two-Book Course in English (BookI I.States; Fraser & Squair's French Inspected and passed. Manufactured I
under ideal sanitary -
begun); Milne's Progressive Arith Grammar. conditions. Doa't ac- i
metic, No.1, continued; Berry's Twelfth Grade-Halleck's History cept a substitute. | | ORLANDO AUTO AND SUPPLY COMPANYHHHHHHHHHHHHH
Writing Book No. 4. of American Literature; Classics, to r
Fifth Grade-Wheeler's Fourth be supplied; Adam & Grant's U. S. Its for sale !

Reader; Graded Classics, Book IV; History ((6 mo.); Wentworth's Solid in your townV.W.ESTES&CO. I I II tl'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'IIIIIIIIII OIIIIIIII'1111111'IOII.'IIIIIIIIII'III.(
Hyde's English, Book I, continued; Geometry ((4 mo.); Wentworth's Plain I
New Century Speller, Part 1, com- Trigonometry ((4 mo.); Knox Virgil

pleted; Milne's Progressive Arithmetic Aeneid; Brownlee & Fuller's Chem- .. ...IIU.. ." ..
No. 2 (begun); Frye's First Bookon istry; Yocum's Civil Government of 4hHfOM4tf4$4t
Geography, completed; Evan's Florida ((2 mo.); Fraser & Squair's
," " '.e llsa
First Lesson in American History; French Grammar. IHHHIHHOHIHHHItlf 0'1'"""""'"'''.
S 1 1
o Wheeler's Writing Book, No. 5. .
Sixth Grade-Wheeler's Fifth Capt. R. E. Rose, the state chemist,i .UIIIIIU '
Reader; New Century Speller, PartII has shaved his mustache after forty 1
(begun); Hyde's English, No. 1, years of it. There is only one reason I

completed; Frye's Advanced Geogra- ascribable for this action. Capt. Rose] Gas Range r For II Your Cooking
phy (begun); Milne's Progressive has recently been having some trouble -I
Arithmetic, No. 2, completed; Berry's : with the green fruit shippers, and I
Writing Book, No. 6 it is likely that he has sought to dis- I "
; In our last we told you how convenient a gas range is for EMERGENCIES. Xowdon't
to be supplied; Lessons in guise himself' so that he might the
11"This get the idea from this that a gas range is good for EMERGENCIES ONLY. Don't think
the violators of
History will be from text books. more easily slip up on
Seventh Grade-Graded Classics, the law. Capt. Rose admits, however, that for a single minute! A Gas Range is good for all kinds of cooking-in fact (we tell)) -ou

Book V; Carpenter's Geographical that he received warning from Doc this confidentially), a gas range is better than a coal or wood range because it is more convenient,

Reader; New Century Speller, No. 2 Porter, state health officer, that he I cleaner, neater, cheaper, and always ready for use. It also takes up less room, makes your
(completed); Hyde's English, No.2 must either shave his mustachio, or: i kitchen look better and eliminates all the unpleasant work and drudgery caused by cooking on a

(begun); Milne's Progressive Arith- spray them for sanitary reasons. i wood or coal stove. In other words, a gas range makes cooking a pleasure and every home should
metic, No. 3 (begun); Rii hle's Human 1 1I I i have one.
Physiology; Frye's Advanced "Lying is neither a necessity nora j \
Geography; Riley &: Chandler's "Our luxury," asserts a Denver pastor.' | j We can give you one for $14 or $75, according to your needs, and are sure we can make you
book tells how
Republic;" United States History This is the proper pastoral theory, everybodypays satisfied with any range we sell)) you.ORLANDO _
(begun); Berry's Writing Book, No.7. but maybe the brother is not married, and whether or not they
or, if he is, has never come home at are entitled to credit.
Eighth Geo-
Grade-Carpentel's I WATER A AND D LIGHT T C CO1
graphical Readers; Payne's Common 1 a. m. At that hour it is both a I
Words Commonly Misspelled; Hyde's luxury and necessity at times.Houston ORLANDO BUSINESS !MEN'S


Geography, thoroughly reviewed;
"Our Republic," United States History Only once in a year we have sucha loan o HHHHHHIIIHHIHIHHHHiHHHHHHHHHIHHHHHIHHH aK
to on improved
sale, such low prices. Don't missit. prop-
(completed); Brevard and Ben.I B. Salomon's season end sale. erty. S. Y. WAY.


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South Florida SentinelMORNING TO GROW
.\ Furnished Home for a Thousand
AND WEEKLY 1901 there was not a mile of
t JOSIAH FERRIS, Editor and Owner Recently when a great conventionwas brick roads in Cuyahoga county, Ohio Dollars. I 111111'111111 11111"I.tlllll'elll I'1I
E;; ed-a the- pobtotttce at-Orlando, Florida about to decide on the place for That year was the beginning of a For sale, a six-room house, furnished -
as Second (Ia.* Mail Matter. next meeting there were several applicants good roads campaign among the farm with screened kitchen, 18x18; I
SUBSCRIPTION HAlES for the honor of entertainingthe ers. In the ten years following one 'ot 981-2 by 1323-4; Eva street, near GAS TANKS
next convention. Among the num- thousand miles of brick roads were Hamlin grove. There are several I
TilE DAILY SENTINEL ber were the cities of New York and built in the county.At bearing fruit trees. Owner has good II I

One Year ....................$5.00 Los Angeles, Cal. the beginning of the good roads reasons for selling which do not affect
Six Months .................. 2.50 The New York representative told campaign land values in the countywere the value of the property or the !n either Prest-O-Lite
Three Months ................ 1.25 of the great state, the wonderful passenger $171,973,940. At the end of extraordinary qualities of this fine
i;news carrier' in Orlando 50 cents per station where trains could en- the ten years and with the one thousand offering. A bargain like this will or Searchlight-uany
nwnth. Daily and Sunday. ter and depart every minute of the I J miles of brick roads, land values not last long, so if you want to profit
Sentinel can be foundon and the twenty-five millions of I having read this ad. size---and we always
The Orlando Morning day had increased to $605,519,960, or by apply without .
sale in Orlando at Curtis &: O'Neal'.BookStore I'
and Wright Brother people within a radius of not many more than four hundred per cent. delay to have them in stock
We will appreciate prompt complaint if miles. When the representative of j Lands that were lying: idle before the THE. SENTINEL, .i
delivery is not promptly made by our carrlel'l. Los Angeles presented his claims he'I building of good roads were put into Orlando, Fla. for exchanges.

Advertising rates will be furnished on application. said, "Southern California may not|cultivation and statistics show that .
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have twenty millions of people, but if for a distance of eight miles either 1111 0 I1111111 I ; ; I I I . i I
rYr THE by mail WEEKLY postage SENTINEL paid.......$1.00 her passenger station is not big I I side the main brick roads lands were j Free Shop Service
Address year THE SENTINEL, Orlando. Florida. enough we will build you one that is."improved I and that traffic followed the DO YOU USE AN OIL -
Office 107 Court Phone Street.24.Arcade Building. Now comes San Diego, which ad-i,brick roads to the business centers

1913. vertises to the world that during the located on those roads. STOVE? The Y
TUESDAY SEPTEMBER i( quick waiting.-
entire year of 1915 they will have an j What is true of good roads in Cuy-

Kissimmee is looking up, with a exposition of "Progress and Opportu'ahoga I county, Ohio, will be true of for some one is ready to
golf club and a new theater buildingin nity." For two years they have been good roads in Orange county, Florida. 4 If so Be Sure and Ask for 4
sight. The little town is going working on a group of fifteen exhibition Lands that are now idle will be put look after your wants

right ahead. buildings in grounds containing in cultivation, farms will be improvedand
-0- 600 acres. The societies of San Diegoare the increased values in lands will "Gulf

A new gem has been discovered sending hundreds of thousands of soon pay for the good roads.
called the hel-i-deo. This offers a postal cards all over the world. o I' Kerosene"Burns
fine opportunity for another pome of They had a grape day last week in I THE P.XACE.f'on CRIME I from Automatic Electric Pumpair
the pelican variety. a little town nearby, where 7,000 peo- always ready.-no waiting
gathered for holiday. The! and will on the
o ple a Freely not crust pump.
I The panacea for crime is work and
Some of the hotels are giving up growers gave away ten tons of the I plenty of it. When people work they the wick. Has no unpleasantodor.
finger bowls, but it is hoped they finest grapes, free as the air to all: have little time and less inclinationfor I -

make other arrangements to satisfythe who These would eat. of the doing, wrong. f! .i1iN I. W. r P1 lllirS &
thirst of their patrons. are some reasons why "People are rarely more innocently I S S
o southern California grows. employed," said Dr. Johnson, "than I Handled by Leading Merchants.P. .
Atlanta has an ex-ball player Will the people of south Florida do when they are earning money." ......
named Castro, who is now proprietorof anything like that? Will they give
I The chap who hopes to live by his 111111111111111111111111111.,1111111..
a near-beer saloon. He is a much their hearty support to a fair, a park, wits-which means his ability to out- .Walton, Agent
better citizen than his famous name- an old settlers' day, or a holiday of I wit somebody else-is good materialfor
sake "Cip." any kind; or will those of us now in i Phones 450 and 269
a counterfeiter. It is the woman
the saddle wait for the next
generation -
o who is poor and yet refuses honest
Mrs. Pankhurst may be deported as ? employment that brings disgrace up- illlMiiillilMIMIillllMFOR 1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111.'"
an undesirable; certainly she is not Wake up, you young men; or you on her sex. '
desirable after her London performnaces will be left at the post.
I A strike in any community invari-
but maybe she will not practice o ably breeds petty crimes because idle
militant tactics on this side. Savannah has had a severe lessonin I
men are more apt to become vicious
I the speeding of motor the
0 cars on
than the same men when doing a
Chicago has started safety first: streets of that city by an accident, good day's work. SEPTEMBER
campaign in the use of the public: which resulted in the motor car of j i The countryman who follows a plow
streets. It is believed that motorists: the assistant fire chief killing a man.:'
all day never robs a neighbor's hen
should not drive more than a mile a'' The assistant fire chief will probablybe
roost. He wants to rest and sleep at Birthday Gifts--The SapphireSEPTEMBER'S
minute through the center of the city. acquitted of any wrong-but his night. Locks are needed to keep out
victim is dead, and his death
o can not
the rural loafers who sleep by day
Wives, take notice: An Arkansasman be repaired. Of course there are and scour the country at night. -.-
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dropped dead while chopping; regrets, but they are all vain. Every I,| If half the money that is spent in
wood; a Missouri man died while town should rigidly enforce the speed paying for crime of every sort were
bringing in a bucket of water; a New limit laws. The chief offenders are
used in a campaign to induce all
York man collapsed while hanging usually the most prominent citizens
p.idlers to go to work a whole lot of
pictures, and a Macon man was stung and police officers are timid; they jail space would be permanently va- OF CONSTANCY, TRUTH, HAPPINESS AND SUCCESS.LET .
by a wasp while cutting the hedge. fear for their places. Some of them
Macon News. have been made to feel the enmity ,cant.-Philadelphia Ledger. US SHOW IT TO. YOU MOUNTED IN A BRACE-
I o ,
o which comes of making powerful men, There is a feeling among the legal LET, HANDY PIN, BAR PIN, LOCKET OR RING, ANY
A "Living Picture" dance is nexton in the community angry. The law fraternity of forty-six states, that I
the program at Newport, each should be enforced, however, at any the benefits of Thaw litigation shouldnot ONE OF WHICH WILL MAKE HER EYES SPARKLE WITH

dancer impersonating some contem cost. be monopolized by New York, DELIGHT. (
poraneous work of art, and with"Sep o New Hampshire and the Province of
tember Morn" the most famous con Mr. Secretary Bryan is positive i in Quebec. FOR MEN WE HAVE THIS BEAUTIFUL, CLEAR-
temporary painting, much of interestis his answer to the New York World's)!
centering in the coming terpsichorean offer to pay him a salary if he will stop j Our idea of a good neighbor is not

carnival. lecturing. The secretary says he will the man who empties garbage at thee I LINKS.

o continue to lecture just as long as h end of his lot, when there is a house COME IN AND SEE THEM
Maj. Gen. Benjamin W. Patrridge, "darn pleases"-in effect. This is the at the rear end of the one next to I'
of Monticello, commanding the United American spirit, all right, but it took him.
Confederate Veterans of Florida, has the World to force an expression i
I I o ,
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issued orders calling for a full at |I.from Mr. Bryan. There are many of! A five dollar a week man, who is'!I i i' 7
tendance at the reunion to be held i in his admirers who are disappointed i in going to school and learning a job I
Pensacola October 21 to 23 inclusive. Mr. Bryan, but he has said in effect I'always thinks he is worth four times ,
Pensacola is making preparations to also that he doesn't care if they are. 'as much. I JJtvansthe Jeweler
give the veterans the best time of In short, Mr. Bryan wishes it knownthat p--

their lives. he is "sot" and there is no way Members of fair boards will tell

a of unsetting him. you that their fairs should have been OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE
The commissioners of Dade county 0--- either a week earlier or a week later.
have called a wet and dry election to Now that $20,000 or more is often o-

be held in that county October 30. paid for a base ball player, it is evi The tax rate in Kissimmee for the EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING
The liquor interests stubbornly con- dent that the colleges are doing some coming year has been lowered four
tested the calling of an election, but excellent work. i;mills. I.
they lost in their contention. The last -
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a very close I
vote, and the "wets" have great fear II
that they are going to lose this time. I

The citrus fruit o tariff remains. at San Juan Garage:' FALL MILLINERYWILL

one-half of one cent per pound. Ba.
nanas are admitted free of duty. This
means that a great many more bana-
nas will be consumed than of any other -

fruit. Maybe one-half of a cent a
pound is not much of a tariff, but it is

from enough eating to keep Florida many grown poor fruits people who are preparing to show our advance models of Fall Millineryas

otherwise might have them. heretofore. We are following every avenue of style
o Ore
Studebaker "lW' Iml
The toximeter is an instrument to e information, and consulting every well-known
determine if a man is drunk. Thereare

many wives who stand in no need recognized style creator, to enable us to
of such a device. They can stand at Touring Cr...iehuiIt .
the top of the steps and tell it before place before you the Headwearthat
their liege lords begin to mount.
There are police officers and judges bears the stamp of

almost equally certain in their diag- brand new tires s
noses of the overladen with drink. correctness
The toximeter may have a scientific
value, but its practical use is not ap

o $450
Great Bend Tribune: Here's a bet Come to See Us. We will Interest You.
that will turn out a draw. A coupleat
Rochester were married under
guarantee. The father of the hus. *
band signed a bond that his son didn't

drink, play pool, idle away his timeor
go with other women.. The fatherof MARION B. IVES
the bride guaranteed by bond that
his daughter doesn't gossip, is a good I
housekeeper and will not cut up with We have the only tire. with. a written guarantee of EXCLUSIVE MILLINERY PARLORS
other men. The bond is $700 and I
the bond is forfeited by the fatherof 5,000 miles-AJAX TIRES. HcCAUPH SILK HOSIERY SeCOnd Floor BON TON COBSETSTHE

the one who offends. ,

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LADIES' UNDERWEARFor WHITE WEARLadies' I Dress Goods and SilKs

several days past there's been a Constant Stream of new Drawers . . . . ... . .-. . . . . . 25c, 35c, 50c, 75c It has been said that "there's nothing new under the sun"-

things pouring into this Store from the fashion Centers of the and as for fashions in Dres3 Materials, that would seem to be

North. More than ever are we in better Condition to meet Corset Covers-. . . . . . . . . . 25c, 40c, 50c, 65c, $1.00 right in a sense. Today's eaves and fabrics are really repro-

the demands of our Customers; for instance, in LADIES' Chemises . : . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75c, $1.00, $1.25 ductions of those in vogue years ago-but with new weaves

UNDER'VEAR-dainty, charming in designs, perfect in added and new adaptations. Thus there is a NEWNESS to

weave and workmanship-our purchases are more than doubled Combinations . . . . . . . . . . . . $1.00, $1.25, $1.50 the old fashions-their charms intensified, their attractionsmore

and our more than three times the selection of
range Princess Slips . . . . ... . . . . . . $1.00, $1.25, $1.50 manifold than ever.
previous seasons.

Underskirts . . . . . 75c, $1.00, $1.25, $1.50, $2.00, $2.50
a (We will shortly announce our opening of New Fall Dress

We enumerate a few. We invite price Comparisons. Night Gowns . 50c, 65c, 75c, $1.00, $1.25, $1.50, to $5.00 and Silk Goods-'twill pay you to wait.)


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

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Mr. Bert Fish, of DeLand, is a vis- Weather such as we are now having t MOMMMMMMMMMMMieMMMMMMCMUMMH
1 itor to Orlando today.Mr. is the genuine Florida product, ANNOUNCEMENTS

I and is unexcelled.Mr. T

THE TUNER I George Patterson is registeredat FOR MAYOR i j ITALIAN

ORLANDO. FLA. the San Juan from Baltimore. John Jenkins, tax collector of I i We are authorized to announce that
r J Seminole county, was down from San- Mr. James L. Giles will be a candidate'
I Carlton Paige left to attend schoolat ford last night on business. !I:for mayor of the city of Orlando, RYE GRASSMakes
for the term commencing January 1,
B. M. I. located in Greenwood
The Buicks have arrived. It 1914, under the commission form of
S. Mr. Jesse Clark, a popular commercial government.FOR.
a beautiful Green Lawn all winter.
Mr. Fred Bass, of Kissimmee, was C.Mr. man from Gainesville, is'sojourn-I I ;

in Orlando yesterday.Mr. Randolph H. Cobb left Sundayfor ing in Orlando today, a COMMISSIONER ;!;i We have some Fresh Seed.
Sewanee, Tenn., where he will San Juan. I I am a candidate for city commissioner
attend school. I I and wish to solicit in this pub- ,,
Chas., W. Lamb, ,of Kansas 'lie manner the support of all the
Order Now Gone.
; Before It Is
Orlando will be well in
City, spent yesterday in Orlando. j represented voters of Orlando who think that I am
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Robertson, of the various colleges, academies and qualified for that honorable and important -

C. P. Dickinson returned Philadelphia, are among the late ar- preparatory schools in various partsof position. It is with a due regard -
Attorney for the honor and of
rivals at the San Juan.
the country.
yesterday from a professional visit I I it that I enter the race. I hereby
to Georgia. i iCapt Mrs. Robert S. Rowland returned I pledge myself to perform the dutiesof
t Alva and Louis Kilgore left yesterday the office with earnestness and to fruits and Vegetables l Received Daily.
yesterday from Tampa, where she has
left for Greenwood, S. C. where they the best of my ability in the event of
J. H. Heltzen yesterdayfor been visiting her sister, Mrs. Ham- ,my election. Respectfully,
will their studies in the Bai- resume :
New York City on pleasure and lin. j i II. CLARK ROBERTSON. 'I
business bent.Contractor ley Military Institute. I I -
1 Miss Maude Pugh, who has been i
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Beeman and I I hereby as a candidatefor
0. N. Larson and Archi I| announce
visiting her sister, Mrs. A. W. Farr,
Edwin have returned commissioner, under the commis-
son, from an
tect Murray S. King journeyed to Kis- in Valdosta, Ga., returned home last
:sion charter, subject to the city pri-
extended tour of the West. They |' I
simmee yesterday o nbusiness.Mr. I shall be glad to receive the I
mary. ;
had a delightful visit, but are glad to assistance.of friends and all who have I :1 THE SANITARY GROCERY !

get back to dear old Orlando.Mr. ,faith in me and in ability and ;
F. W. Cook, of Jacksonville, the Mrs. A. C. Holmes, who has beenon ;, my ) '
I good intention to serve the people, i CARUTHERS & GORE
clever of Armour &
short visit to her mother, Mrs. :
a faithfully in particular.
Company, is in the city. A. Rinaldi, returned to her home in A. J. Jackson and family, of I If elected I every will so arrange my busi- ;| Phone 200 6 & 8 Pine Street. 1
Orlando'Sunday :
Mount Carmel, 111., arrived in
ness and other affairs that I will be ,,
Tampa yesterday.Mrs. .
tinn.itnmiiiiimmiiiiiinnimimiuiiiiiDIXIE .
Mrs. LeRoy Giles, who has been evening and will take up their able to give full attention to public
I abode in the city. Mr. Jackson intends ;;unatters. Respectfully, -- --- -
several weeks in Henderson- j
spending E. V. WhittaEer and daughter, C. E. HOWARD.
ville, N. C., is expected home today. Miss Carry Elizabeth, after a visit1to building a good home this win- 1
Mrs. B. G. Abernethy, returned I
The Orlando Concert Band will givean yesterday to Tampa.Mr. j j ACADEMY FACULTY !
open air concert on the corner of Mr. A. C. Carpenter, a former well j f I ,

Orange avenue and Church street to- George Lewis, of Anthony, who known business man of Orlando but I St. Joseph's academy will open for.

night. '!spent several weeks here last season, now traveling representative for a the fall term :Monday; September 29.: .
i!arrived in Orlando yesterday and will, large wholesale shoe house of Boston?i!Several changes have been made in''I Will give every student-user the best

Mr. John Arnold has gone to his in all probability, locate here. Mass., is in the city calling on the |the faculty and the reorganized fac- value of any school tablet. We have a large
home in Riverside, Jacksonville, after trade and enjoying a short visit with i ulty will be as follows:

spending a few days with Orlando i Miss Laura Lewter spent the week his mother-in-law, Mrs. P. A. Heizer.Dr. Mother Superior, Sister de Chantol, stock of both the "Special" and "Alligator"brands

friends. t[end at her home on North Orange second, third and fourth grades.
i'avenue and is quite enthusiatstic over D. 0. Leonard and Mr. J. M. Sister Justina, higher grades. as well as all sizes of the famous

Messrs. Frank and D. M. Gautier, her work in the Apopka schools. Pearson, of Spartanburg, S. C., who Sister Boniface, fifth and sixth
'f "Florida Series" which is better than ever
of Crescent City, were among the, have been in this section for several grades. .

business transactors in Orlando yes-,r i Miss Carrie Rossetter entertaineda days prospecting, returned to their Sister Stella, kindergarten and pri- this year. Make a right start at school by .
terday. number of her friends Wednesday homes last night. They were very mary grades.

yesterday(afternoon, in honor of her guest, Miss much pleased and expect to return Sister Gertrude, music department.A the purchase of a good tablet. They are all
Miss Roberta Branch left Langenback, of Orlando.-Eau Gallie about the first of December. i
afternoon for Narcoosee, where she,
: Record. i
will spend a week with her friend cents
,I __ ___ j I Messrs. F. A. W. Brown and M. C. !
Miss Madeline Hil .
} ; The name "Lakeview" has been Cleveland, of Alberta, Canada, were The Presbyterian ladies will have a '
suggested for the Orlando cemetery,; in the city yesterday. They were social day at the church parlors today I
Mrs. S. G. Walker and ;I :
family !but as it does not really overlook a prospecting here and expressed th'm- and cordially invite all ladies
return the latter part of the week:'lake: we would suggest the appropriate selves as being much pleased with connected with the church to come.I
from Coal Center, Pa., where j W. S. BRANCH
they II I name of Greenwood. I I Ii I the country. They will keep up with $ring sewing and luncheon and get! ,
have been spending the I I
summer. I I 'the development here by reading the acquainted with your neighbors. The 1 The Arcade Book and Music Store
I I|I Mr. D. B. Sphaler, of Taft, was in Sentinel, both subscribing for the paper young ladies are particularly invitedto .
Mr. and Mrs. James L. Giles, who Orlando yesterday for a few hours I II 'I before taking their leave. attend. An appetizing dinner will I

have been absent for several weeks, and leaves today with his family for I be served at one o'clock by the hos- I ,
visiting several points in the North,I I North Carolina, where the family will I We can get you a buyer if you tesses of the day, Mesdames S. N. FOR RENT-Good stable, also garage i FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE for city
are expected to arrive home today. I II I remain a few weeks visiting friends. i I advertise in our want columns. Yowell, A. R. Bogue and J. W. Stagg. 1 office., three minutes walk from post- property, $450 upright piano nearly .
I Inquire J. Van Buskirk, City new; also 5-pasenger Buick, in
- ._-- 'Clerk's office. 23-Gt good order. Chamberlin, Box 144,
.. i Orlando, Fla. 23-6t'
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((37) store fixtures, platform scales, A-l FARM FOR SALE-On easy
Stimson computing counter scales, terms, or would exchange for income -
etc., costing $200. If sold at once property in any city between
1HE $100 will buy all. Address Chamber- Jacksonville and Tampa: Chamberlin,
lin, Box 144, Orlando, Fla. 23-6t Box 144, Orlando, Fla: 23-6t


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And the little Ford shall lead them.

It's first in sales-first in economy

-and first in the esteem of those

PICTURES who love safety, surety and com
The Latest Fad in
Pictures( Changed Daily. fort-because of its wonderful simplicity

I strength and lightness.: It Neckwear

MUSIC Furnished : leads in sales service-satisfaction.
RegularlyBy ,
Velvet Cravats

Think what these prices mean-for the car
that has stood the UU Runabout, $565
Touring Car, 620f.o. b. Orlando, with all
SHOW, 7il5 P.M equipment. Get catalog and all particularsfrom



; ADMISSION. ........ . . . 5 and 10 centsIII't.tttt"'III'II.I"41'I.tltlllllti
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3 FOR RENT-Large pleasant room,

Ladies' Home Journal Patterns : furnished for light housekeepingclose

Grapefruit seems to have taken on Pensacola, Fla., Sept. 20.-Follow, You Want in. Inquire 312 X. Main St.

the color necessary to let it pass inspection ing pleas of guilty by a dozen or so in all the new numbersat 17-Gt .:
men recently arrested on charges of
earlier this season than last,

; and shippers state that it is sufficiently fraudulent and illegal voting in the 80\\1 You Want It FOR RENT-Large, well furnished
commission government elections held -- I room to persons wishing suburban
ripe to eat. When Yon Want accommodations; also 2 acres 1Ij: ;
in May and June of this year in which
Yesterday A. W. Law, manager of : truck land, close in. Good opportunity
the three present city commissioners "
for .
right Address \
Erskine Heights grove and farm, person.
were nominated and elected, at least : McCULLOCH'SDEPARTMENT Sentinel. 9-s-t;
shipped fifty boxes, and H. R. Over-
For anything in the
half a dozen petitions calling for the :
street ,who purchased both grapefruitand line of PRINTING FOR RENT-Store room on too bu.:\
ousting of the three officials are be- "
oranges from the grove of M. : STOREA come to us and we corner of Church and Carla: J "
ing prepared for circulation according
Katz and the grapefruit from the will guarantee you streets. Size of store 24x70. G.1j;
to authentic information secured. :
grove of J. M. Lee, has been picking I satisfactoryworkat prices opening for dry goods, shoes and n,
These petitions cite that the officers :
I and expects to ship at least two car full line of Lace Embroideries that are RIGHT. linery store. W M. Slemons. 96m
t were elected largely on votes illegally I I.
loads by tomorrow. Mr. I
I cast, and no less than half a FOR SALE OR RENT
rented the old Neimeyer and Rob- Ladies' Muslin Underwearand ,..ttlllltCCOeIIDllallllll
dozen men are said to be ready to :
erts building in the western part of I FOR SALE OR REXT-SeveiTro' ->
give their other work and spend 1--
the city alongside the Midland rail- GinghamFor : MUNMMAKEHS I modern house. Phone 515, or Na- 4
'their time securing a sufficient num-
way, and has converted it into a first- \ Notices of Lost, Wanted For Sale, For I dress Box 85. 21*>
ber of for recall election. I
class packing and shipping house. He signers a School Dresses I Rent etc. for this column ;:5c for one day _
50c for three days 75c for week, for
Commissioner Pou is at or one
present un- 1i COTTAGE barn and five
states that he will pick at least 1,400 25 words or le-s l Money must accompanythe i acres 1)f
boxes of grapefruit from the Legrove e, der bond, pending the outcome of advertisements for this column as no, land for sale or rent. Inquire Ijf
insertions will be made creditMISCELLANEOUS
and 2,500 boxes from the Katz,,I charges registration of conspiracy books. He was to falsify nominated the i: Next Door to Evan's Jewelry Store on 1!J.16tf.Schnarr, 49 West Church street '

besides 1,000 boxes of oranges.-Kis- I I
in the first primary over seventeen I
simmee Valley-Gazette. I candidates. 1111111'1111"'lllele""II'II'111115'O'4 rw Ail seasonable goods at a big bar-
of I pain. See Salomon's season end
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MUST REGISTERYOUR Cheer up, old boy, don't dump your Read The Sentinel "Want Ads" Every Day 1 I Money to loan on improved prop-I Practically new bungalow, seven

BIRD DOG joy because the day is glum; pick erty. S. Y. WAY.1 rooms, bath and butler's pantry; all

out the best and dump the rest; let's ..... \1 conveniences; best neighborhood in
MIIMMMIHmiMlilMMHaiiMi ASK your grocer for Jackson Square nice lawn shade
city trees,
I ; good
Our attention was directed to the hear you start: to hum. When in a Coffee. 621tf. !g r-

following clipping, which appeared recently jam, don't cuss and slam, but grin I- den room; chicken run; four young
II II MONEY to loan. Phone 437, or inquire -i grapefruit trees,
one fig and few
in the Tampa Tribune, and it :and wait it out; the joys love hope, I a
[ELECTRIC[ VACUUM L CLEANED[ [ i at this office. 18-tf''II bear-head banana plants. Owner
is here passed on to those of our peo- it's powerful dope, and puts the gloomto I I Ii going -
i to leave city. Apply P. 0. Box
ple who own valuable dogs. There route. So don't despair, turn down FOR SALE i
were so many peculiar laws passed at dull care, and leave him to the mob. -- 9-n-Gt
FOR SALE-New modern five-room
the last session of the legislature thatit The sun ain't dead, he'll leave his :! house, centrally located. Apply this''I LOST AND FOUND

would require the average life timeto bed, and soon be on the job.Cincinnati office. 7.1d&wtf ; '
I LOST Lher colored
pcinter with
them all, but this is one of Enquirer.The '
FOR SALE-In large or small quan-I city tag 91. Please notify Butt's
much moment to our people, as there Have your room or house : 1 Kandy Kitchen. tf
tities, cabbage, tomato and lettuce I
are many dogs here of great value: Sentinel does commercial print. II I
plants. Bartlett Gardens, Orlando, 'LOST Between town Beck
cleaned without dust troubleof and Lumber -
"Among the new 'kinks' in Florida ing as good as the best. or Fla. company saw mill, package containing

game laws, is a section concerning I time book and $81. Return to

bird dogs. All must be registeredwith MMIIIIHMMIMtHIIIIMFresh. i moving furniture 10 NICE LOTS, close in, $125 each; Beck Lumber company and receive
I reward.
the county tax assessor, or theyare I: $10 cash and $5 per month with interest 9-21-3t
and -
Sanitary !
considered legally "nothing. A : ; lots 65x150 feet. Box 566 WANTED

person can steal a bird dog and if the : the BESTOUR The Pierce Electric Co. send Ex- I 2w-eod We want everybody to visit us.

purp'is not registered with the asses- : II an that means a saving toou.. It's B.
FOR SALE-100 acres of good pine Salomon's end sale.
I season
his not the
sor owner can prosecute
and hammock land on the east side
: perienced
man who took him. The! "taker" is I EVERY DAY of Lake Apopka. This tract of landis WANTED-Plain sewing of all

neither a thief or criminal l, accordingto exceedingly good for citrus grow-
kinds. 13 Church street, over Favorite -
law. A license for the dog does : Sanitary-as they are made ing and trucking. The timber is in
I SEE THEM FOR TERMS its Call address theater. 93lmo.
not have to be taken out, but the dog clean and every piece wrapped virgin on or
Mrs. W. T. Walker, Orlando, Fla.
must be registered if his owner would in wax paper. 911.1m WANTED TO BUY an automobile.

own anything of value." Best-at we use best grade of Ford or Buick preferred. Must be

everything on the market. : FOR SALE-100 acres of good pine in good repair. L. A. Lewis, 406
I and hammock land on the east side

The first thing a man has to stand PIERCE of Lake Apopka. This tract of land East street. 9-21-3t

for when he buys an automobile i is Will appreciate if you will give : the [ L[ [ELECTRIC[ C01 is exceedingly good for citrus grow-
ing and trucking. The timber is in STENOGRAPHER WANTEDStatefull
them trial.
to be criticised for living beyond)his : a : 1)1111.UHTJBCH ) its virgin state. Also city lot, 74x210 particulars and salary expect.

means, just as if everybody knew his I feet, fronting three streets, Orange
ed. Address in .
Galentln & handwriting.P.
Mayer Mayer own
; Jackson and Boone
means. The death of a rich uncle STREETHMIIMIIIIIiilllMMMMIIIMIIIiillMIIMilMHI avenue ; centrally I
located fine hotel site. Call 0. Box 487. 21.3t
be responsible for quite lot of i 134 SOUTH ORANGE AVE. ; on or
may a
II address Mrs. W. T. Walker, Orlando,I I
things. milllMIMMMHMIMl 4.Fla. 9-11-lm Subscribe for the Sentinel.

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To those who Know Us

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


We would say for our mutual benefit let us get acquainted. We want to know you



We bid for your ,,. 7 We extend liberal s sb


. business on r t a' y 7 y credit to all and

the merits of 4 YAM make special


our terms to those who

merchandise1 wish it.

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and the -
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lowness of our L We do a large volume

; prices Y 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 ?



Low Price Furniture Co. Cor. Main and Pine Streets, Orlando, Fla. I If f

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f vF9iTjhI f T I b 1 !!!f the WE best CARRY HARNESS A tai FULL stock LINEof at all times f EI1I1GJ. t T for hHOHSE.. t I

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-- Buggies for sale..-We Solicit Your Business

i ain Veilical Lilt Mower f t

Superior lo others in its Light Draft and SimplicityThe

Principal Points Characterizing:

Compensating GearsLong Pitman Shaft-

: Alignment of Cutter Bar-Centering the Knives- E. '

Vertical Lift- Adjustable Draft Hitch- -

:- An Easy Foot Lift-Material and Workmanship- t ,

:) Farm Implements and Vehicles -- -- -

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Is Market Day at the PURE FOOD ANGE & BATES I
The Atlantic Coast Line publishedan E very Day STORE. Daily arrivals of Fruit and The Clothier I

rates interesting from the table North of low and excursion West to Vegetables, combined with our com- : e Boys' ; ; ROOM 5. HAND BLOCK PHONE 156 i if

stock of eatables at lowest ad.. .
Florida.In plete pure prices gives you tin : 45 U. Church Street .eOII.leII14ileelllllllllllte.lellll.II.O.
vantage not enjoyed by people of larger communities. I
the current issue of the Purple Keep in touch with Orlando throughthe I Nothing succeeds like circulation.
Folder of that company, a list of special : Money to loan on improved prop- Sentinel while on your vacation. We have it. One ad, in the Sentinel I
round trip rates available for 1 erty. S. Y. WAY. Ring phone 24. will show you the vvaj

visit home Florida seekers prior, and to others the inauguration, desiring I j Here Are Some Market Thoughts: ..r ..-..-..-..-..-..... ..--. . ... .-..-. .......--......._._.. .. .. .-.--. ..ww.-.-.-_.-.-.--..-.-. .-.w..-.-.-."."._..I._.__'IIIII..n._.__. ... .... .._..._.._...._.. .._..__........_-..-.-.__-._-._
26 oz.Mason Jar Queen Olives, 45c 2 Cans tall Pink Salmon - 25c 'I"IIOt'I"'I"C"II.el'II.I'IICI"IIIIIII.&e .CIIIDt"'lla'O'IIOO'
of winter tickets is announced. These j

rates apply to a large number of I 10 oz..Bottle Bottle Sweet,"Sour Lids" .- tie 2Sc Lemon Cream Cling Cheese Peaches, Ib.,,per- can- .- 25clloz. 25c

Florida Dar From ille points., Cincinnati Henderson,,0.Junction, Cairo,City 111.,I I J ORLANDO O BANK A & I TRUST 1 COMPANY

Lebanon, Lexington, Louisville, May-I PURE FOOD STORE
vine, Owensboro, Paducah and Shel-I j Capital and Surplus and Undivided Profits 13000000.
byville, Kentucky, $25, round trip.! Phone 203IMMMHHttlMMIflHIIMimiiMlilMOOIMmM8
' From Chicago, 111., $36.50; Cleveland,I Resources over Thrce-quarlers of a Million.
0., and Detroit, Mich., $35.50; Pitts- (
burg, Pa., $37.90; Omaha, Neb, Statement As Rendered to the Comp.
$49.50; Kansas City, Mo., $U.50, and] IIMMIimtllHimiMIMQIMMHtlt a8l9KHi. 1--:, J\'t . ;....,::? h troller at the Close of Business!
St. Louis, Mo., $31.45. These tickets u I I',:'!: 't'f..,i'' ",j "'/.- ', June 30th, 1913
; '
the first and third ..... .\. .' '.
will be sold on I RESOURCESBanking
Innoc OPPORTUNITY7but: :
Tuesdays of each month, with return s once r .P House, Furniture
limit twenty-five days from date of ..';.1 '" ., .. and Fixtures ..........$ 25,867.37
sate, except that tickets sold during t : ,,' .. ;:\..! Loans and Discounts ..... 355,589
December, January and Februarywill @ I {..;: r :, Overdrafts ............... 83.98
bear return limit of twelve days. I v = f'.: Stocks and Bonds ....... 26,018.33
From Washington, D. C., a roundtrip I RIGHT NOW we offer two propositions on TERMS OF $10 ,\ '\ rate of $25. Tickets will be sold'I; DOWN AND $10 PER MONTH. Every young man in 4 l ,.
( ,. t$ the first and third Tuesdays in each\* I Orlando should embrace this chance to begin or add to his 0 : '.I. - $661,647.12
month up to and including December estate. : LIABILITIES

2. All tickets carry return limit of I I (. Ctpltal .................$100,000.00
twenty-five days. j : SEMINOLE PARK LOTS : Surplus and Undivided

In connection with the above ,the, : On the Map Before Seminole County t Profits............... 33,889.11
Pennsylvania railroad, in connection t : Inside Lots $100. Corner Lots $125. Deposits ................ 5: ,758.01
with the Atlantic Coast Line, will sell i iI i
I : Money and six per cent interest back one year from the date
a ticket from New York and Philadelphia
you complete purchase if dissatisfied. $661,647.12
to Jacksonville on each Mon; .
day and Friday, from October 6, 1913, ; IL., ;;; .U The officers and directors of the Or
to February 16, 1914, inclusive, at the I : FIVE ACRE TRACTS !! lando Bank and Trust Co. desire to
rate of $33; for the round trip. Tick.' Near Lake Underhill. Finest grove land and finest groves t t call the attention of its depositors and
be limited to return to: friends and the citizens of Orlando
ets will
up Orange County. Develop a grove on jour monthly spare + 7 ' "
and including April 30, 1914. These change. PRICE $50 PER ACRE. Timber practically pays to the above statement. The'management
in 0 1 of the Bank feels that this showing .
tickets are not good parlor cars or for clearing.
1 I $ 'i reflects the conservative,bane and
sleeping cars, but are available in reclining -. I l f
I progressive methods employed in this
chair coaches this ;
company. NO INTEREST-NO TAXES I .... financial institution.
The value to the state of Floridaof Strength begets
you own the deed. I confidence, and
strength is no where
the rates mentioned will be of incalculable -,,
value and it behooves .ORLAND displayed better by a bank than in
every I REAL ESTATE CO. i United States Government, State and County Depository healthful statements to its patrons.
citizen of the promulgate the
Room 2. Watkins Block.
information to
every correspondentthey , :nm=tm= :
have in the East and West. Of IIIIIIMIIIIIMIIIIiUMtlllttllllllimimoOHIKCOME
course, the Atlantic Coast Line is give .
ing it wide publicity, as shown above, : : H P i 11'.eTA IJ TY S
but every citizen can be a factor in -
promoting and creating travel to ICECREAMERY
Florida in the way indicated. 11 Ln: iiuii: iiii c1 NOW FOR REALTY REAL&ESTATE SEED CO. BUTTER


Consider the advantages of the Sen OUR SALE FRESH FARM EGGS
tinel's circulation and try our classified I LTMERililillltttlMtMllimillMIIHIItHiHHiMMIIIMMMtlM
column for results. Real estate I ALSO OUR .
for sale, rent or exchange, houses or '
>MIMM " ,..'
rooms for rent. You read the Senti I
nel. Nearly everybody reads it. Insert New Felt Hats II I II
an ad. now. It's the quickest! I

wa). jI I i W. M. SLEMONS

Our job department is equipped
with up-to-date faces of type, modern MISSES HAULM & DUNN aM
machinery competent workmen,
and prepared to turn out beautiful
and artistic work. Estimates furnished Agents for Barclay CorsetsHMIMimilltlltiitiMIMIMItlMtlllMIHIMHM
and satisfaction guaranteed.EVE&raiHG I M I ur ew fall bOO os re ow Coming In

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-IN- : F For r The Next Thirty n Bays l We sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co.

FEEDFOR I made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes.

We will be pleased to list both city and county Bojs' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and Towels.

property, both improved and unimproved. A postal or Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co.

telephone call will bring a representative. & Co. Best place in the city to trade.

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New York, Sept. 22.-A moving sea
of umbrellas stretched away from the
of Orlando New York city hall today as young IN ORLANDOis

and old, thousands strong, gatheredto
play what part they might in the

THE OLDEST BANK IN THE CITYOF I public funeral of William J. Gaynor, is Hr

late mayor.
: Nearly 100,000 viewed the body as

it lay in state last night, braving the
ORLANDO AND ORANGE COUNTYAND : rain for hours in a slow moving line.

: The rain had not ceased at daybreak,

though it lessened to a drizzle at r
The Bank which transacts more business than
times as the morning wore on. The WC69 ,
any Bank between Jacksonville and Tampa stretch of Broadway leading south

from the city hall to Trinity churchwas '

UNITED STATES, STATE, COUNTY AND CITY early manned by police in prep-
DEPOSITORY aration for the body's passing shortly

before 11 o'clock.
Admission to the church was by
The large patronage of this Bank has been built up card only. The clergymen selected to
his deposits to us (as do our ever
during twenty years by conducting its business on sound officiate were the Rev. William T.
Manning, rector of Trinity, Bishop increasing mail depositors throughout the
with careful attention to the
banking principles legitimate David H. Greer and Bishop C. S. surrounding country).

wants of customers. The confidence of the publicis Burch.
reuected in the large amount of deposits.
JOHN S. ROWLAND'S deposit with us for the credit of the U. S.
Average deposits First Quarter of 1913, $900,000
BAMBOO SHOOTS FARM Treasury any sums they may owe it.

| FOUR PER CENT PAID ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTSOur Mr. John S. Rowland, who recently U. S. WARRANTSare

discovered that bamboo shoots havea
cashed by us, and charged to the U. S.Treasurer's .
correspondent banks are located in every part of : fine market value in New York, and account.
who to the proprietor of
J the world and include some of the largest Banks in the : proposed a
New York Chinese restaurant that he
United States. : come to Orlando and start such a

.. farm, is receiving post cards and letters does this, nor is a United States depos-

II on the subject. Some of these itary, their advertisements to the con- .
-- - -i - - - -, ., . .,
I are in tne nature ot congratulations,
THAW'S MOTHER WILL BE trary notwithstanding.
SOUTH LOOKED wishing Mr. Rowland all sorts of suc-
cess with his "shoots" farm. Mr.
Rowland has threatened to send to
Special to The Sentinel
Johnston, Pa., Sept. 22.-Mrs. Mary New York and import several cans of

Thaw left her home at Cresson, near ,bamboo shoots just to give his doubt-

here, today to attend Harry's extra I ing friends an opportunity to' try
dition hearing at Concord tomorrow. "They gotta quit my 4
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THE WORLD CALLS FOR dawg aroun;" said Mr. Rowland yes- ..

Concord, N. H., Sept. .-In the PACKERS' ATTENTION terday.
extradition hearing before Governor
Felker tomorrow Thaw will be repre- Chicago, Sept. 22.;Discussion of MASS MEETING

sented by his New Hampshire law-i]'the scarcity of cattle throughout the -
yers. None of his New York attor- {:world will take up much of the time There will be a meeting of white :
neys will be present. It is believed of the American Meat Packers' asso- citizens at the council chamber, on : SPECIAL !

that in the absence of an indictment ciation, which opened its annual convention Saturday, October 11, 1913, at 7:30 :
against Thaw that Governor Felker I here today. Several members o'clock, for the purpose of selectinga

will refuse to sign extradition papers.j I I' of the association will offer sugges- city executive committee and transacting

It is believed that Jerome will bring j I'I tions for relief. such other business as may

about an indictment on some other I John T. Russell, president of the come before the meeting.M. .

charge than conspiracy. United Master Butchers' Association OVERSTEERT, Chairman.
I I i,of America, will read a paper on "Re- JOSIAH FERRIS, Secretary. fRIDAY SATURDAY AND M NnAY

SCHMIDT TO UNDERGO I tail Butc ers' Remedies," for the MASONIC MEETING ,
MENTAL EXAMINATION meat shortage.The .
annual huntsman's banquet of
I A regular meeting of Orlando Lodge :
Special to The Sentinel. association will be held tonight
New York, Sept. 22.-Schmidt, the: No. 69, F. & A. M., will be held in
confessed murderer of Anna Aumueller -: their hall Tuesday evening, September : 18-Inch FLOUNCING the
is to undergo an examination by. 23, at 7:30 o'clock, followed by :

alienists tomorrow and Koeble, attor-II The program at this popular play lodge of instruction in E. A. degree. Latest Patterns for Corset Covers and Princess l ft a

ney for the priest, is to be present house will be as follows: Visiting brethren cordially invitedto
with his sanitary expert, Dr. Gustav attend.
"Oh, Such Beautiful 25c values
a Ocean" Slips. Regular -
who examined Schmidt
Scholer, yes I (Thanhouser).
terday. "I don't know whether LAWN FETE AT CONVENT
"Greater Love" (Majestic).
chmidt is insane or merely sham I THURSDAY AFTERNOON I
"Kentucky Foes (Reliance). A
9 ming, but I 'am inclined to think his virile -
drama of the Kentucky moun The Sisters of St.
Joseph's convent :
that he is suffer-
mind is weak and tains
by Mildred Mason. will give a lawn fete at the convent 1 New CASTILLIAN MO-
ing from delusive insanity, said Lucerne 500 Yards--The
Orchestra Program :
Scholer Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock. The V J
-"Fort Sumter"..Mackie-Byer proceeds will go to the benefit of the I
Overture-"The Golden Rule"..... convent. A liberal patronage is solicited. HAIR. Correct Patterns for Children's School

HONOR OCTOBER BRIDE . ,. .. . .. .. ... Nicholas BrownBrown's D I U

Barn Dance. .Nicholas Brown Dresses. Regular 35c sellers now -
Class 41 of the First Lutheran Polka-"La ,
Touglic".Nicholas Brown CONCERT TONIGHT AT
church Miss
completely surprised
Two-Step "Coast Artillery" .. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHA
Pearl Barr, Wednesday 'evening aq . ..., . . . ... . )lackieByerJ.hotthche.Sweethearts"
her home on Lexington avenue. During -
{ '
. .
h. splendid and diversified
the evening the announcement of . .. . .. ... . Nicholas Brown program.
her coming marriage to Mr. P. M. Waltz been arranged for the concert tonight Don't Fail to Visit
-"In Slumber Sweet" .... at the Baptist church. Besides
Shanibarger, of Florida which will . . . .. . .. .. Nicholas Brown
t take place October I, 1913, was made.In some of the best home talent on the

honor of the coming occasion the program, is Mrs. W. L Nutter, who THE SUIT DEPARTMENT I
class presented her with a cut glass FAVORITE THEATERToday's will appear before an Orlando audience -
bowl and for the first time. Mrs. Nutter
sugar cream pitcher.-Daily
Shield, Mansfield, Ohio. Program has made a life study of vocal music,
Mr. Shanibarger is the proprietorof 3 Big Rels 3 has studied under the very best instructors
"Thus Saith the Lord" (Eclair fea- in this country and abroad,
the Bear's Head farm at Pine Cas- The Latest Creations from then
tle. The announcement of his ap- ture). A reverent, artistic study of and stands high in her profession i in

proaching marriage will be a matterof the Lord's Prayer, in two parts. The Chicago where she has been activel Cream of the Markets
theme of this remarkable connected with best
great interest to his many friends picture was music circles and
in Orlando and Orange county taken from the Sermon on the Mount, clubs. Mrs. Nutter possesses a rich
II as found in the twenty-fifth chapterof and full contralto voice which will be ARE ARRIVING DAILY ,

EMMANUEL BAPTIST CHURCH St. Matthew. The parable of the greatly appreciated and enjoyed by
Ten Virgins, as told to the disciples music loving Orlando.

Rev. A. E. Douglass, of DeLand, by our Lord, forms the main story; Following is the program for tonight -

preached two interesting sermons while the allegorical interpretation of :
Sunday. the Lord's Prayer forms a masterful PART I.

Rev. Boyd will return this week ending. Anthem-"Send Out Thy Light". N. P. YOWELL
F and occupy his pulpit next Sunday. Extra. One other added feature. . .. . . .. . . . Chas. Gounod
k The prayer service on Wednesday Matinee, 2 to 5. Night, 7 .to 10. Choir

4 evening will be held at the residenceof Admission 5 cents to all. Piaoo Solo-"Last Hope" . . .... .

of Mr. J. R. Wood, Ohio avenue, instead Miss Celia Salomon
till 11111 11111 11111 III' 11111 mittttittm tmi tit mm in minimum
of the Tea and Rest room. BASEBALL I RESULTS IN Tenor Solo-"Open the Gates of the

THE BIG LEAGUES Temple" ... . . .. . . .. .. .. . ---
ELMFORDS, N. Y, FAMILY Mr. A. P. Curry Soprano Solo .. . .... ,. . Selected Contralto Solo-"Come Unto Me". IF YOU SHOULD MISS
. . . . . . . . . . .
COME TO LIVE HERE Special to The Sentinel. Duet-"Consider the Lilies"..... Miss Eva McQuarters j jI i Coenen ,II YOUR PAPER LET US KNOW

National League ResultsSt. ...... .... .. ...... Bruno Kuhn I Piano Solo-"Midsummer Night's I Mrs.V.. L. Nutter j II Several of the Sentinel carriers are
Mr. H. C. Buckhout and family Louis, 1; Boston, 5. Misses Eva McQuarters and Dream," Op. 76.. ... MendelssohnMrs. I'I No admission will be charged, but' new to the work, and it is possible

have come to live in Orlando. They I Chicago, 0; Philadelphia, 2. Cestia Lawton : Joseph R. Davis I a free will offering will be receivedfor I that all the subscribers will not get

1, have purchased a home just south of Chicago, 5; Philadelphia, 1; (sec Piano So10-"T9 Spring". .. Greig 'Baritone' Solo-"The Heavenly Vis- : the benefit of the pipe organ fund. their papers regularly. Therefore,

the city and will at once begin house ond game). Miss Beulah Roney ion" . ...... .. .. Homer Norris the manager of the circulation department -
keeping. A car load of furniture arrived Pittsburg-Brooklyn: ; wet grounds. Contralto Solo-"Lead Kindly Light" Cestia, Lawton i I The new marine hospital in Ocalais wishes every subscriberwho

for them yesterday. The Sen American League Results ..,..... .. ...... .. ... Pinsuti Piano Solo-"Butterfly" .. .' Greig about completed and ready for oc fails to get his paper to notify
tinel wishes to extend a hearty wet New York, 4; Cleveland, 5. Mrs. W. L. Nutter Miss Beulah Roney cupancy. the Sentinel Office, and a paper will
Philadelphia, 4-1; Detroit, 00. PART II. be sent by
come to the new comers. Tenor Solo-"Blessed Are the Purein special messenger. We
John B. Stetson Hats, $5.00 value,
1 Washington, 5; St. Louis, 2. Anthem-"0 Worship. the King".. Heart" .................... ... I'at B. Salomon's season end sale for can not supply you however, if we do

Subscribe for the Sentinel.. Boston-Chicago; wet grounds. ...;.... .,..... 'J.. Lamont Galbraith. Mr. A. P. Curry. A | $3.48 each. I(i not know about it. ,

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