The daily sentinel
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Title: The daily sentinel
Uniform Title: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 1 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando Fla
Creation Date: December 2, 1913
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1913.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 1, no. 269 (Dec. 20, 1913).
General Note: J.F. Schumann, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 4 (Feb. 14, 1913).
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Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Succeeded by: Morning sentinel

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Special to the SentinelWashington was left on those who heard the pres- 't

I ... II 't -. I Dec. Secretary I ident that he would regard the success : -
. .L.o.II"' William I
conferred with
: *; *' I Bryan today of the rebel cause as a great improvement '

.' FIRST MEETING WILL BE ROMANTIC MARRIAGE OF Bayard Hale, the president's special on the present conditions. MISS LEBECOMES QUESTION OF )MUCH INTEREST _

' envoy on the northern boundary of 1 It is understood that Hale has reported TO VOTERS Will, BE,
5 : HELD TODAY AT MAYOR Mexico, and at once the impressionwas WIFE OF SMITH-GORDON
the of
YOUNG SANFORD COUPLE principally on ability SETTLED
all officials that the
SPERRY'S HOUSE conveyed by ,
Carranza to conduct a successful com- TODAY"d
solution of the Mexican troubles will
'* j paign. The optimism of the officialsin
be the success of the rebel leader
AND HAD I the state, war and navy circles COUPLE LEFT IMMEDIATELY TO
Carranza and his forces. seems based on the intimation by MEDITERRANEAN THREE GOOD MEN IN VIEW
SMALL VOTE WAS POLLEDONLY SILKEN KNOT TIED BY President Wilson is yet to see Hale.I Hale that the rebel leader is boundto

LOCAL MINISTER Secretary Bryan conferred with the succeed. TRIPS

secretary of war, but the two said I
It is regarded as of momentous importance WHICH HAS ( AUSED
ial to the SentinelWashington
114 VOTES CAST IN CITY At four o'clock yesterday afternoona that the subject of the .conference
I I to the rebels that Chihuahua Dec. 1.-All MEMBERS OF BOARD MUCH
dressed not Mexico but San Domingo.
beautiful and stylishly
ELECTION TO RATIFY NOMINATIONS was i be taken. If this is done it is thought was the scene of a beautiful .
t blue coat To his callers today President Wilson THOUGHT APPROACHES
wearing a
MADE IN young woman i that the road to Mexico City will be and interesting marriage this after-
PRIMARIESThe I suit with a corsage bouquet of roses i had little to say on the subject ,i I opened.. noon at 3:30, when Miss Nell Fletcher FINAL DECISION
house of Mexico. The distinct impression
I entered the court I I eldest daughter of Senator and

a stalwart young man, who appeared -i 1- Mrs. Duncan U. FItcher, of Florida, Forecast of Men to Be Naned as
first meeting of the city commissioners to be two or three years her I
became the wife of Mr. Lionel Smith- Bond Trustees *

will be held this morning senior. GRAHAM WRITES ABOUT PLAN TO ADVERTISE Gordon, eldest son of Sir Lionel and W. H. Reynolds, ()r1an o. .
at 9 o'clock at the home of Ia"or- It was evident thatj they were Smith-Gordon, of Alderholt
elect E. F. Sperry. The men who strangers to the place, for they PHILLIPS'' SKYSCRAPEROTHER COUNTY IS ENDORSEDBOARD Lodge, Salisbury, England. The ceremony J.Jas.B.II.Steinmetz Sadler, ,Oakland.Wekiwa.

,are to compose Orlando's first city walked almost the full length of the was performed by Dr. V. G. S.

Commission have held several infor- corridor, looking inquiringly in at Pierce.

mal meetings at which the reorgan- the several offices before they found PARTY TO "SPITE FENCE" OF TRADE ACCEPTS Miss Fletcher's maid of honor was Whatever else the county :omnia.i ; ..-

ization of the city departments was'some one of whom they made inquiry PROPOSITION MADE BY her only sister, Mrs. T. J. Kemp, and i sioners do at their regular monthly

discussed in a general manner, but for the county judge's office. CONTROVERSY GIVES HIS Mr. Williams, of Toronto, was best meeting today there is no nutter: to

the -meeting today will be the first Judge Martin was on the verge of SIDE OF QUESTION JACKSONVILLE PAPERA man to the groom. I be passed upon of greater interest "

naeetine of the commissioners, for itrequired i leaving the building to cast his vote The bride was attired in a travelingsuit 1 than the selection of trustees to handle

yesterdays! election to make in the municipal election, having just Greenville, S. C., Nov. 29, 1913. resolution offered by Jude{ John of Russian green, trimmed with I the bond issue of $600,000 recently

tkem such. been reminded by a newspaper man Editor Sentinel I notice in your M. Cheney, presented through the fitch fur, and a velvet hat to match. : authorized by the voters of;Orange ,_

A light vote was polled yesterdayin that such election was in progress. paper of Sunday, November 23, Dr. proxy of Mr. E. F. Sperry in the absence Mrs. Kemp wore a suit of blue duyet ,county for the construction (if good

the municipal election. That apathy I But the judge surmised a fee when he Phillips states I wrote him I would of Judge Cheney, to the Boardof "n trimmed with ermine and a blue roads. '-

r elections !looked the couple, and returned : join him in building a seventeenfootfence I Trade last night pave the endorse- that of
which usually attends preceded ,- upon turban. There was no reception following While it is not likely any

by conclusive primaries, was dutifully to the office, where the li- between us. This statement I j ment of the body to an advertising the ceremony, and the couple' the commissioners have lost I' sleep

present. It was predicted by many I cense was issued after the judge had deny, and I challenge him to produce I proposition presented by the Jacksonville left immediately for New York,where over this question, it has beets a vexing :-

that less than a hundred votes wouldbe put them through his usual catechism. the letter. However, I did write Dr. Metropolis. they will sail on the steamer Laconiafor one for each to decide, alii thereis

cast, and the hundred mark was | Two hours later the young lady, Phillips, if we could not live as neigh- The endorsement of the board car- the Mediterranean. no certainty that a decis [in has,

not reached until a short time be- 'who was Miss Tallie Leidigh, of I bors should live, in peace and good ried no pledge of money with it, but i They will stop at Gibraltar, Al- been reached, yet it is fairly keason-

fore the polls closed. The count resulted Bellefontaine, 0., had become the !fellowship, I would join him in build- simply gave the official sanction of I giers, Genoa, Trieste, Switzerland, able to venture that the mei whose i

as follows: Fer mayor, E. F. wife of Mr. George M. Ginn, of San- ing a high fence between us, but nev- I the board for the use of solicitors who Belgium, Ostend and then on to Lon- names head this column ill be

Sperry, 111; for commissioners, S. ford. The marriage took place at the er contemplated extending the fence !:i will call upon the people in Orlando don. Sir Lionel Smith-Gordon and chosen to discharge this in octant

A. Johnson 109, H. Clark Robertson residence of Dr..J. F. McKinnon, 203 beyond his residence to the street, or i I jto secure subscriptions to the Jack- Lady Smith-Gordon have planned to trust. ,

108, J. F. Schumann 3. Total vote, Liberty street, the ceremony being building any structure that would be !1 I snoville paper. That publication offered be in London on the arrival of the It is understood that thet! were

performed by the doctor in his best ,objectionable to him in any way. 'I to give a page write-up of Or- bride and groom and the couple will numerous applications tlj posi-

114.The three votes cast for 'Mr.. 'Schumann form. The marriage took place at 6 ''I I still say, IF DR. PHILLIPS SO !|lando and Orange county if the peo- spend a few days in that city, where : tions, and many names hah been i
and witnessed by the DESIRES I will join him in buildinga pIe of Orlando in return would give
were an.echo from the last pri- o'clock, was many entertainments have already suggested to the commissio by

election, no doubt. It is rea-' minister's family and a few friends, respectable fence between us, and 116 paid yearly subscriptions to the been planned in their honor. From friends of men who never thc ght of

mary sonable to that they were and after the ceremony refreshments I let Mr. King, the architect, specify' paper at the rate of $3 a year each. London they will go to Liverpool to applying. The compensation tfnounU

friends of the suppose defeated candidate who were served by Dr. McKinnon's sis- how it shall be built, but I will not This would amount to $348. The take the steamer for Ireland, arriv- to little but the responsibly B

Mrs. N. B. Sharpe. It was an I join him in building any fence that price of a page in the paper is held .
were not reconciled at his failure to ter, ing at Dublin on January 1, where great, and mature experience J requi
the nomination. exceedingly happy couple that left on I will be unsightly or objectionable to at $350. If the full number of subscriptions the couple will make their future site. The pay of the bond { tees

secure the 8 o'clock train for Sanford, where the neighborhood. is not secured by the solic- home. It is at Dublin that Mr. Smith- will be $300 each for the firs y year.It .
Mayor Sperry was asked last night reside. Dr. Phillips also states I wrote hima itors space will be given in proportion
of they Gordon, who at present is secretaryto is possible that the comI.! ssion-
if any plan for the reorganization The is the of Mr. W. A. insulting letter and refused to to the number secured. The board is
very will take other
under the groom I Sir Horace Plunkett, of the Irish I ers steps at 1oday'smeeting :
the city government com- citizen of Sanford.He arbitrate the matter in question. It to furnish the matter for the write- !
and Ginn, a prominent Agriculture Organization society, will in connection with tip bond
mission form had been outlined, t
and his bride have known each is true that he did propose an arbitra- up. Mr. J. C. Claiborne, representingthe have charge of organizing a libraryon issue, though this is by no me&s cer-
said there had been no the
rye other since childhood.CONVENTION tion, but at the same time he stated Metropolis, appeared before rural credits and agricultural co tain. It has been rumored tljjat: the
plans made, though there had been board and explained the proposition.Little .
unless I made the concession demanded operation. policy of the commissioners w uld. be
several general discussions between else was done at the board
AMERICAN or agreed to an arbitration, he ,Senator and Mrs. Fletcher enter- not to hurry the sale of the*bonds.
him and his colleagues to be. A report from the com-
the doctorwas meeting.
Now if
AUTOMOBILE ASSOCIATION would go to law. tained a theater party at the National The bond market has been w;ak all
"But we will have to settle mat- anxious to settle the matter- mittee on quarters gave the news that
f so Saturday night, followed by a supper during the summer, though }t has
soon ," continued the the Tea and Rest Room would be permanent
ters pretty now
he in gentlemanly wayheshould
Special to the Sentine as says at the Willard hotel for their daughter improved much during thtJ past
mayor, "for we are to assume charge With dele- have at least waited until he meeting place for the board;,
Dec. 1.
Richmond, Va., : Miss Nell Fletcher, and )Ir. Lio- month or two. A firmer cond ion is
the first of the year and things must from all parts of the countryon had my reply before making his i arrangements having been made
gates nel Smith-Gordon. Their guests, who expected, and there is not l& sly to
be in shape so that matters can go hand the twelfth annual conven- threats of going to law. Dr. Phillipshas i with the Civic League to that effect.
occupied two boxes, were, in addition be any haste on the part of Uf- commissioners
ahead without perceptible jar, the fact Mr. Sperry reported that there hac !
any overlooked
tion of the American Automobile association evidently, to Miss Fletcher and Mr. SmithGordon in issuing the ad'rtise-
tkough the change will be rather abruptly in that he !been no change in the government experiment -
opened here today. Exten- that he was the aggressor, Mrs. Kemp, Miss Hawley, Miss ments. After this is done these will
made. sive arrangements for the entertainment charged me with making a false station matter concerning Baggett, of California; Miss Houser, be ample time in which to select a

There will probably be several of the visitors were made by I statement or misrepresentation to[the concentration of the laboratory Miss Howard, Mr. Coventry and Mr. road engineer and investigate prices

meetings of the commissioners during -I II President Preston Balvin, of the him, which is an insult to any man,!and farm, but that things were working ,Williams, of Toronto, who were to be and samples of brick and oth; rma.

the week, and from now on until 'Richmond Automobile club. who has any regard for his integrity.!I out satisfactorily. groomsmen at the ceremony today. terials. *

tke first of the year when the city This morning was devoted to a bus- I, therefore, felt after he made this I II Mr. Campbell, of the British embassy _____________ s tt

government is changed from aldermanic iness session, which will be continuedinto charge that there was nothing left GIRL CLIMBS SKYSCRAPERSIGN ; Mr. Mitchell and Mr. Howard,

to commission form confer- the evening. Tomorrow the elec- I for me to do but accept his ultimatum TO WIN WAGER who joined them for supper. HALF OF FRUIT CROP i -

eaees will be numerous. tion of officers takes place. I and wrote him accordingly, and I fail SHIPPED AT GOOD ERIC

Tuesday will be given over to see- to see anything in my letter that can Atlanta, Ga., Dec. 1.-Miss Sophie MISS FLETCHER DECLARES I;

ing Richmond and vicinity, with the be construed as insulting.I Thrash, a beautiful young Atlanta society -
annual banquet that night at the Jef- have looked forward with pleas girl, startled her friends, and
i TO MARRY' IN SPOKANE I{h several hundred of the Washington, Dec. .-On the eve grapefruit shipping season it me,
ferson hotel, in which the business ure to spending a part of the remain- ; incidentally
: of beginning her new life as a Brit- over, and nearlj i or;
meetings will also take place. I' ing years of my life in Orlando, and general public, by climbing, on a wa- half
of the
ish Miss Nell Fletcher grapefruit hass be
Spokane, Wash., Dec. 1.-Arriving Speakers of prominence at the ban-: be classed as a citizen, ready at all : ger, to the top of an immense electric subject, }
daughter the Florida senator, who shipped out of this county, the }f. o.
from the other end of the world to quet will include Governor Mann, times to do his full share in the up-'sign which surmounts one of Atlan-
price has not fallen below 12
I today married Lionel Smith-Gordon, yet pc
marry a man she had never seen, but Governor-elect Stewart, Mayor Ains.I building and beautifying of your :, ta's newest skyscrapers. box, and the larger of
son of an English baronet, declared ; part th'jshi
who had courted he rby correspondence ley, and Henry W. Anderson, whose beautiful city, and I assure you I i i Somebody on the street spied her
I ments thus far have sold for ;
her loyalty to the land of her birth. 5jJ an
Helen M. Kasabova, a pretty talk on federal aid in highways prog- deeply regret the controversy and the aloft, and pointed. Then hundreds of better
according to the stale of
Bulgarian girl, who had to have an ress is awaited with interest. All notoriety the building of Dr. Phillips'"skyscraper" i necks were twisted backward to see I "Of course my husband's people;, local Iltllli y
commission and it be
will be people, said Miss I men, *s
interpreter to understand the mar- ex-presidents of the A. A. .-Chase, has given me, but if he I I the amazing spectacle of a slender my Jieved +
that the
"but that Irish Fletch-I growers will resize a
er means
riage ceremony, was married in Spo- Lee, Hotchkiss, Speare and Hooper-I is happy over the result, I should be girl perched like a bird up in the I handsome profit from their
the Irish like the ,
,kane by Justice of the Peace S. C. skies amid the maze of wires and are so troves :
will be given an opportunity to participate content. I hope it will not be neces- j I this
Hyde to B., C. Ivanhoff, a prosperous in the rapid-fire oratory. > sary to trouble you again with any steel scaffolding of which the sign that you can hardly tell the differ-I year. r
have {
farmer of Spokane Bridge, Wash.I communications in reference to this was made. "I didn't mind the climb, ence. I know I'll never say, 'God 11 been cut down
( about 60 cent. wha'|
the per over they
The bride is 20 and the groom 32. matter. { but after I got up there and looked save king.
NEWSPAPER PLANT IS "I look forward to home rule for 'were two weeks ago, owing ji the
mnhoff, who came to America four! Thanking you and the good peopleof I way down I was certainly a fright
DAMAGED BY FLAMES new country, and it is ambi- ]heavy output from the northern and
said Miss Thrash after- my my
years ago and has prospered while Orlando for condemning the build ened girl,
farming 16 miles east of Spokane, ing of the unsightly structure, I am j ward. "I wouldn't do it again for a' tion to see my husband become a I central parts of the state which; have-
Savannah, Ga., Dec. 1.-Fire dam- member of the Irish parliament. He :forced the market down' to th* low-
wanted a wife from his native land. Yours very truly, I million dollars.
lie knew no girls there whom he considered aged the plant of the Savannah Press, C. E. GRAHAM. and I are both determined to work I est point it has reached this season.

eligible, but succeeded Savannah's afternoon daily, at an HAS with all our might for the agricul- The fruit that has moved recently has
friends in :early hour yesterday morning to the I i 1 tural betterment of Ireland." been sold for from $2.50 to $2;.15, oq
through getting a correspondence -i I NEW STATION SIGNS
introduction to Miss Kasa-,i extent of $5,000, covered by insur- HARRISON SUCCEEDS FINLEY The wedding was attended only by the tracks here. c*

ance. The fire originated in the business WITH SUBSIDIARY ROADS the immediate family and a few inti- ,
bova, who sent her photograph and The Atlantic Coast Line is enti-
the first floor and New York, Dec. 1.Fairfax Harrison .
I on mate friends. The couple sail to-
: completely captured the heart of the i tled to a chromo-new station signs MEETING TO BE HELD .AT }
Their |!spread from thence to the press room for the last three years presi- morrow. ,
Spokane valley farmer. small I have been placed at either end of I I BAPTIST CHURCH TOMGHT
in the dent of the Chicago, Indianapolis & I
rear. ..
courtship lasted three each be-i I
years i!the station, and it is, now
passenger I
The alarm was turned in at 4:25 Louisville railroad, was elected todayto
,4, coming-acquainted with the other as I a. m., but it is the 'belief that the fire succeed the late W. W. Finley as'! possible for people on trains and off, COUNCIL WILL CANVASSRETURNS A meeting of the male meraUrs pf 1"
well as it was possible without actually read the word "Orlando" witheot OF ELECTION
'seeing each other. had been smouldering since early the president of the Independent rail- II jto the Baptist church has been cal.'ed; by

preceding evening. The general the- way. He was also made the head of wondering for what purpose. the President William Smith of council Mr. M. 0. Overstreet, chariman: the

|ory is that a cigarette carelessly\I III the Mobile & Ohio, the Alabama boards were put up. has called a meeting to be held executive committee having in
y' Something for the children. Toy thrown down on the floor of the business Great Southern, and the Virginia and tonight to canvass the returns of ,the the collection of funds for the proposed .

r dogS, catsmonkeys j musical dolls,,II office caused the fire. : Southwestern railways, all subsidia- THE WEATHER election. of yesterday, and ,to attendto new church building, to farther;

etc. Corn to our store for your The paper will be gotten out from ries' of the Southern. Harrison is a Florida: Generally fair Tuesday any other business that may come plans for raising the necessary funds.f

l Christmas presents. Curtis & O'Neal its own plant tomorrow. native. of Virginia. and Wednesday. before the meeting. ,A full. .meeting. is desired. '
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If By EMERSON BUHRIS Orlando, Florida.

.. Store Y
4"x My doctor told me to go into the : Capital and Surplus 12500000.

\ % country and live outdoors. :
; To get the whole benefit of the situation I "-.- .- -,. Report: of the Condition of :;
I set up a tent. I built a flog : l-W. 1
with my own hands and did what I .
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could to make my habitation attpcUve. ; ".\ :
In this I failed signally. It is : I. '- ',r ,J:' ,; '- '.' At the close of business November :

lot in a man to beautify a home. At : 4 f,L., ,k; 17, 1913. In compliance with Chapter
any rate, it was not in me. The Interior I ':. ,,{: C127, Laws. of Florida. :
; furnishings ,of mine consisted of : '4: ., :
a cat and trunk. As for food, I was t ..... RESOURCES
encamped on the bank of a stream in : i ;. Hanking House, Furniture

which there were plenty of fish, and f'f' fi 1 and Fixtures ...... ....$ 25,97487
when I wanted meat I could shoot : F $ ;i,_ Loans and Discounts. ... 396206.53)
game: but not near where I was. I I Overdrafts ... ......... 406.93:
had to go quite a distance for that : =When you admire the subtle and graceful curves of a Patrician I Stocks and Bonds ..... ,O1 d3: :
and usually made an all day trip of it. I
Shoe-accenting the natural beauty lines of the fot-you begin to Cash
on Hand and in
{ In the region near about me there : v
were scattered houses, some of them I comprehend something of the "craft" that is called into play in Rinks ............... 132,377.44
farmhouses, some summer cottages for : the making. And when you learn that Patrician Shoes are so cunningly .
city persons, for the country was very I fa-shioned to the natural form of the foot that you can wear t v $580,981.10
beautiful and the air salubrious. TheI a size smaller than usual, your admiration for the skill of the ma- I ,
,' greater part of these houses were now ker is complete. No matter what the occasion, or the gown, f LIAHILITIES
vacant but there were! a number of there is a distinctive "Patrician" last, deigned as if in anticipation t .4 t I .t Capital Stock ........_...$100,000.00
: them occupied. None of them were to harmonize with it. ''I : Surplus and Undivided

f, very near me, or, rather, in selectinga -a TRY r Profits ................ 32,166.62:
camping ground I got as far as possible I t i Deposits .... .. ...... .... 448,817.48 I'
One away day,from on returning all of them.from a hunt- : "The Shoe With a Million Friends"Prices ; t

ing trip, on entering my tent I met I $5S0,9S1 .
with a surprise. dainty little washstand -_ u __ ____ __ _
with bowl and pitcher, stood in -- -
one corner, while above it hung a : $3.50 and $4 Pair J .,. .. - M. M. SMITH, Presto! ,V'{ II',I
small mirror. Several colored lithographs :
were pinned to the tent wall ___ _ -__ I W. M. DAVIS, Vice-president.
On the floor was a wicker armchair : "AROUND THE CORNER" I I
such as is used in summer on piazzas. ii i f United States Government, State and County Depository G. E. NOLAN, C?SllJCr."C .
In the center of the tent was a liny : i
table, with a lamp on it. I had useda nC Hammon & Bunch Coffipany t.t I'll > *>* mu': *W W <4 *
candle. : III C G t-Kf. lOWH *******II $"!* .W+t+oH'i It1::: =1n
That some woman had done all this
was my first thought; that she had : NEW STORE CHURCH STREET I
seen me-and taken an interest in me II For Economy and purchase -
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was my second; that she was young
comely and otherwise attractive was WRIGHT power of your mon
my third. REALTY & SEED CO
These preliminaries having flashed FOR REAL ESTATE t ey, Try Wright Farm
through my mind, I looked about me EYtO
to observe the cottages nearest me LITYAt1D e Success. Thais Our Business M1a c and Garden Seeds. ,n
with a view to locating the lady who eOUNTRYREAIE5TAU Orlando, Florida '
had made me comfortable. The surrounding bulk. "Motto" Quantityand
dwellings' were aU-on higher
ground and my view of most of them JANSEN Quality.Fresh .
'r unobstructed by trees. There they
z were,bathed in the light of the setting IMPROVED ANUNIMPROVE -- COTARY Farm Eggs, 40 cents dozen; Ice, 40 cents 100 pounds; Best Creamery Butter, 40
son, but not one of them had a word Sweet Milk cents cents pint Oranges 10 cents dozen Limes
of information for me. And yet I fancied ORLANDO )(JbLIC cents; 13 quart, 7 ; ; 10 cents
'; that concealed in one of them a ,FLORIDA. dozen; Butter Milk, 10 cents quart. Chesepeak Bay Oysters, ((selects) 50 cents quart, .;.0
girl had a pair of glasses fixed on me, cents pint.

;f moment watching of to my see discovery how I of acted her at handi-the Individual Package 10 lbs. Ass't Fruits, "That Xmas Present" delivered by Express,

work. So I stood in front of the tent GROVE PROPERTY 3 Room house and 2 lots. $950. (charges prepaid) all points east of Rocky Mountains, at your door $1.35 cash with order.

took with off my my face hat toward and threw the a landscape kiss. 5) Room house, 10 acres of landFine building lot on Concord ave .......

*Xo response came to me. The cot- about 500 Orange, Grapefruit and nue. $1250.

tages fancy were I heard as mute a musical as before.laugh But ringing in Tangerines, bearing trees good 5 Acres, partly improved. $600. tlMMMIMIMMMH tilliiMIMIIMMI.GREAT III;; :::::;::k: ::ii;: ::IIIIIIIIII""t" " .4IS
this Barn and other out
} crop year.
out on the quiet air.
Building my fire in my improvisedrange houses. Irrigating Plant. $4800. 40 Acres on lake. $35> per acre.
a number of flat stones, I proceeded ANNUAL SALE. H
to cook my supper, a brace of 80 Acres on lake. $25 per acre. ... .
8 Room house, bath, 2 fireplaces; fruittrees.
quails I had shot during the day. I
was thinking the while that my benefactress $3500. Fine city residence, close in, all mod- -
t was watching me. And the ern conveniences. $8500. ATKANNBR'
next day I had proof that she for,
5 Room nice lot
cottage, a few
going to the spring from which I obtained OrLots from $100 to $5000.
my water supply, on my return ange trees. $1800. Store'
;" I found sticking in the ground a few A special large city lot, fine location. In
5 ffl M i
1 yards wrapped from about my it tent a bit an of paper arrow bear-and 10 Room house;furnished. $4500. $2000. r[

ing the words:
Leave anything you wish cooked at the City and Suburban property of all kinds.

store I was and not it will slow be in attended availing to.myself of Warranty Deeds and Abstracts with prop- Beginning Saturday Nov. 15th '

the invitation-not that I needed much erties I offer. ,
culinary work done,but because I hoped
thereby to get a clew of the cook. But '
ia this I was disappointed. The store- CARL JANSEN and continuing until Saturday, Nov. 29th. We :
keeper was an old woman who was
have stock of merchandise hand and
Tery deaf, or pretended to be; at least a big on we

she The turned only reply a deaf I got ear was to my"Tomorrow.inquiries." Real Estate Fire InsuranceNOTARY are now offering our new; fall and winter stock of

I Inferred that I was to come tomorrow
for the bird I left and when I PUBLIC medium and heavy weight goods, such as Dry
did so I received it deliciously cooked.I .
will not specify the devices I employed Office in Rock Building N.ORANGE AVE. Opposite San Juan Hotel Good, lothing, Notions, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps,

c factress.to I find made out excuses who was to chat my bene-with Trunks, Valises and a complete line of general mer-

several of the ladies of the neighbor-
hood. Of one I begged; the loan of a chandise at sacrifice prices.This .
needle and thread of another a little L
baking powder, of another some qui-: (liW N\u 11 Service surplus stock must be reduced to make room for stock bought.
nine. Each and every one of these rJ

ersons granted my request willingly, Don't miss this bargain picnic. $25,000 worth Fall and Winter Merchan.
ut I gained no information from anye ;
of them. dise to be sacrificed at
I discovered my girl, however, and
accident, or, rather, by taking ad-
tage of seeing something that gaveclew. Has always been accepted in Orange County as th

|aw press a .box office Having bearing at the occasion the railway label to of station visit a vender the I. best no to be oneever obtained.will, because No one our has trees ever are complainedand the best ILKallller'r'' Il Newiork Baraaill r[ i t r F FMM rl lalido

of sporting goods addressed to a and cheapest (in the end) possible to procure. J
iss Clara Farnsworth.! The size and

shape contained of the archery box led me goods.to believe I straightway thatit Who ever heard of one untrue to name or who- !:: ::: :: :!: :::::; *: ::::lOMHIHIIMMiThe + :::!::':::::::1111111111111t::; : : : :

Inquired which was the Tarn ever heard of an ignored claim? - .....
worth cottage, and my informant di-
rested me to one no nearer and no father .I We offer you first choice from the largest stockin Cathedral School
J than the rest, but especially]] well
situated to get a view of my camp. I I the world for this season's planting and your suc- EAST CENTRAL AYENUEOrlando's
Tagging a bullet with a note ot cess with our stock is already assured when I Christmas Novelties
thanks to Miss Farnsworth for her your i Select Boarding and
kindness to me, I fired the bullet Intoa grove is planted. Free advice as to stock and per- Day School For Girls An assortment of
large tree In the front yard of the sonal inspection of land when I
Farnsworth place. The next day a your requested on any Reopens Wednesday, October 1. Linen Handkerchiefs
note came to me through the post from: planting of 300 trees or more. Suitable discountsto Primary, Intermediate, and College

the Mrs. Farnsworth had acknowledging that planters of large acreage. In fact, the very best Preparatory Grades. That cannot be surpassed.Also .
family seen and
my camp
I Courses in Music, Art, Elocu-
could not resist a temptation to makeit of everything and 0. \'tT. Conner behind it all.
Cases Sets
more comfortable. They also extended : tion, Domestic Science, Physical CoIVamty Ivory Mesh and Leather
an Invitation for me to call.I !ture. Bags Hat Pins
found )Ir. and Mrs. Farnsworth's ,Twelve specially trained Teachers. I
v family to consist of one daughter nine- ADDRESS Individual attention. Loving care. NeckwearREV.
teen years old. Now that the secret RODE A. }1.,
was out she enjoyed exceedingly my cldCOBB.:
*description of my feelings at seeing MISSES HAMILTON & BUM
my tent made more comfortable and at OCKLAVAIIA NURSERIES
finding the note bearing arrow in my
: front yard. As I had suspected, she The Sentinel sells space on its Agents for Barclay Corsets
had watched me through an opera known guaranteed circulation. This
glass on both occasions. The laugh I Dept. 23 paper is the one best medium in this McCall's Patternsfiled
had heard In imagination was a real Tangerine, Fla. for the advertiser who wants to
one, though too far for me to hear.
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AND BARBARISM .IIIIIIIIIIIIIII.I.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.IIIIIJIIIII" ...! 11111111111111111111111111111111111111111111'81"11111I'110.QI010115"'IIIIII.. .

Even in the stone-age woman was i

fond of jewels. But it was man, the

heavy brutal master necklace, who that wore descended them. upon The I W. M. SLEMONSt

his breast was the emblem of his ........J. =r -----
superiority and power. Even before
he had progressed so far as to cover t
himself with the skin of the stag he
wore a necklace of shells, of teeth of Have your room or house ur t ew fall ooos m Novi Loming in

animals, of glittering flint. The elegant cleaned without dust troubleof
dame or damoiselle who rolls by or

in her limousine is not so distant a

relative of the cave man as she may moving furniture .

try to appear. She likes jewels bet-
ter than dress, since each season we \
see her more and more bejeweled and We sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co.
The Pierce Electric Co. send an Ex-
less clothed. The joy of jewels
the made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes.
tie same infantile quality with
coquette of today that it was in the perienced man. Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and Towels.

barbaric times. A thread of
early Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co.,
metal, upon are strung some
shining pebbles, a thread of silk over & Co. Best place in the city to trade.

.which are placed some small round r I
concretions of lime, found rolling in

the liquid of a diseased oyster, still


Many of the people of the growing I' ORANGE AVENUEDON'T .
city of Orlando are anxious to find
out how fast they have grown; or
M frfr+e-MWWH I"G..t"
rather, how big they have grown
- ----- - -- --- - -- -
since Uncle Sam's census takers sized
MH t e'l ttt H+*t; Mt-t<<+X J D m ttl+H-M+ s I I PUT IT OFF LONGER1L
them up, and they are asking the : i: .- ...
is I ...
question on all sides, "How big
Orlando?" This question is asked See Our Selection 0fI ti I
more frequently by new-comers than COME TO US RIGHT AWAY

by citizens, and the citizens don't i : '

know city census how to taken answer in it.February There,was 1912 a, I F1 Wall Paper P 2 and Get a Suit That Is a. Suit

which showed a population 7,191. R I '
Nearly two years have passed by i t Choose the Style You Fancy-Gel
since that time and the population E I }' . Your Money's Worth.-Suit or $11
all t
has been growing rapidly the
Overcoat Made (to Order .
A11 ..J I . .
time, and.it is conservatively esti- S = = : J )
Times.mated at present at 9,000.-Tampa C I. Others at $17.50, $20, $22.50, $25 Up-Fit, Style and

IS THERE ANYTHINGYOU 0 b GRADES[ AND STYLES T L[ T I 1f Workmanship GuaranteedNo

WANT: I matter w h. you want to put into a Suit or an Overcoat,

N ESTIMATES FURNISHED N \ you may come,to us with the absolute assurance that you'll get bet
Put the "Dally Morning Sentinel 4 K' \'aiue--more for your money.than at any other tailor shop on
Wants" to work and will get G -
what you wantRemember you G ON AIL l earth, and you'll get an absolutely square deal.

these little "wants" are lr! -:--

now reaching working over 6 75 days per a cent.week of .and the : : Interior and Exterior Decorating o. L. PIP: =: T

homes in Orlando. Surely ought to

find your want, don't you think? 34 CHURCH ST'B KET I .
Learn the Morning Sentinel Want
business. You'll -- ---- --------
Ad. way of doing --- ----
Geo. A. Barker
like itPhone 24. I is The Wise Guy Who HaKes

PHONE 268 Pine Street .
People who are always so promptto The Early Buy.
work time should
quit on remember
'that there is also a time at whichto m> nmiininiiiiitomiiiimiiiiimnmmiiRIGHT :

begin.A It is less than four weeks to Christmas.
HII'II"III'I'lllelll'II. lIII II'I llaCIOlt ll'Innoc
man imagines that this is a land find
can probably something to purchase
of religious liberty until he marries
aid his wife insists he shall go to s rr T ITY but once
chvrch. night before Christmas, but the choicest


There are some things that evena @ will all be gone. Now is the accepted
man can't keep to himself. Fo
instance, you can't always tell when' NOW we offer two propositions on TERMS OF $10 Now is the day of best selection and

a gun is loaded, but you can general! DOWN AND $10 PER MONTH. Every young man in
tell when a man is. Orlando should embrace this chance to begin or add to his You will enjoy looking over

The Baracas and Philatheas of estate. new books and hundreds of other gifts.

Florida held their first state conven
tion Tuesday in the Union Congrega :
On the Map Before Seminole County W. S. BRANCH
tioial church in Jacksonville in con- I II ,
nection with the Florida Sunday Inside Lots $100. Corner Lots $125. I

School association meeting, and per- Money and six per cent interest back one year from the date : The Arcade Book and Music Store
fected'their organization to be known you complete purchase if dissatisfied. j(

as the Baraca-Philathea Union of (
Florida. Urgent invitations for the FIVE ACRE TRACTS tHH e II U 1111. 0 III e 11111111111 tel 0 D III ec'
next convention extended by the
were Near Lake Underhill. Finest land and finest
grove groves
Ocala delegates, Arcadia from and Plant Palatka City,, but Tampa the, in Orange County. Develop a grove on your monthly spare The Alt monte
change. PRICE $50 PER ACRE. Timber practically
selection of the time and place for the pays .
next meeting was left in the hands of for clearing. Allamonte
Springs FloridaITOWOFEIT
the executive committee.A .

little lad was asked the question until you own the deed. .

Sunday what he thought he might be
thankful for this year. lie replied Most beautiful spot in all Florida
that he was mostly thankful he was ; Room 2. Watkins Block. Nine miles from Orlando. Every com
himself. After all, nothing could be
1'111"I'llllllellclllllll IIIIIIIIIIIt+tt II'I' fort and amusements, Golf, etc. Amongthe
desirable to the indi
wore vidual. Life's troubles largely average develop I tall pines, between two lovely lakes. "_
Cusine and service first-class.
from dissatisfaction with one's 111111111111111111111111111111111'11111111111111111'1The .

self, and not being true to one's batter
: Gem The Antiseptic
self. Therefore, the average indi

vidual who has health and the ful 1 Barber Shop GEO. E. BATES & SON, Proprietors
possession of his faculties has everything : ;

to be thankful for, for reallj EVERYTHING NEW AND CLEAN .

his possessions if properly used car I UP-TO-DATE EQUIPMENT I 1

be used to bring him the genuine hap Congress hydraulic enameled chairs, keen-edged implements, elec. lelllolllllltI III IIGI'II'llllllelllllllllllllllle
piiess of a life well lived. tric massage and hair dryer. '
EXPERT WORKMEN ; I :Morton H. Jones
Shoe-shining stand for Full line of tobaccos, iii : & Son
The spirit of Christmas is in thi e ladies and gentlemen. m cigars and cigarettes. :
air and signs of the approaching holi Bus LineWEST
days are appearing in the merchants I .

shopper, you will select your gift - --- - - - ;
early while the stocks are complet e :
Read Down
and you can avoid the rush of th CRISPETTES A. M. P. M. A. M. P.up M.
last few days. Read the advertise 5cI Orlando........................6.30 3:00 9:30 6:00
that Ocoee. ...........................7:30 4:00 8:30 5:00
ments appear in the Sentinel an d Those delicious Corn Crispettes are beingS : Winter Garden................ y:45 S4.ls 8:15 4:45
you will have a line on all that i made, fresh every day, at The Crispette ICo's Oakland...... ................... .8:00 4:30 8:00 4:30.
best in holiday gifts. The dollar
s Store on W. Pine Street. :
Ocoee fare Sc, Round trip $1 I; Winter:Garden 65c and $1.20;
that in Orlando
spend do doubl
you a i "EVERYONE TASTES LIKE MORE" : Oakland ?sc and'l.40.
and triple duty, while those you "sen i
away" enrich the big cities and in:I. In addition to carrying packages, we will do your shopping.Two .
poverish your home town. ; I sight-seeing trips-one at 10 A. M. and one at I P. M.
THE CRISPETTE CO. i around Lakes Lucerne, Cherokee and Eola to Winter Park to Rollins

Talking Machines. Let Warman ] College and the Seminole Hotel and back{for SO cents.
fixU 12-2-tf 26 W. PINE STREETIfMiiHIMilHtliMMHtlllMIIIHHflHliiimill
'e. on Court street. 11.27A iiitiiiitniHiiimiiimBmiiimiiMiinttni

A ,
'tcsf- m .1'
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w x.

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- deliverer -
1 breakfast
every morning except
fl South Florida Sentinel Kentville N. S. Nov. 2 1913.
order that people will not forI I at ten cents a week.
MORNING AND WEEKLY J. E. Wray says: "The magnifi- Editor Sentinel:Dear Sir: The Col. F. X. Schuller, who served .get to do their Christmas shopping

' JtSlAH FERRIS. Editor and Owner. cent congregation Sunday night at Sentinel is coming to me as regularas with Messrs. E. H. Westover, L. J. early and to remind readers of the '

Entered at the poetoffice at Orlando FlorUa the Grand did not leave many unoc- clockwork and it is a great sourceof Dollins and C. J. Pomeroy, as an inspector 'Sentinel that there are plenty of good

'' a* Second Class Mail Matter. cupied seats in that auditorium, the pleasure to me, especially as I am of yesterday's election, has bargains to be had of local merchant MMHIIIIMIMIMIIMMHCUT

largest where religious services are not able to go to Florida this season .finished an unusual cycle of elections I i whose advertisements will be found

THE SUBSCRIPTION DAILY SENTINEL RATES held in Orlando. Dr. Wray's subjectwas on account of the sickness of my wife in Orlando. He has served as inspector -j'I in its columns, the hint may not come LL fLO L m..

the "Stolen Wedding Ring," the for the last eight weeks. I want you : at all of them. He was asked i amiss. The 21st day of December is
tne Year ....................$5.00 I
tenth sermon of his series of revival to continue sending it if it does get last night if he was not entitled to :the shortest day of the year 1913, FLOWERSOUR
......... 2.50
Six Months ..........
the License. overdue. If wife well andverythinj ;a pension, and said that he and there 21
sermons on "Marriage / my gets was goingto are just more days to
Three Months ................ 1.25 SPECIALTY
a At the morning service there was a comes all right I will go apply for it next year. This may do your Christmas shopping. The
i ; Phone 25(6( TAMPA, FLA.Supi'effie .
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 2,1913. large congregation to hear his ser- yet if it is January or February, and mean that Col. Schuller will be a candidate I first day of winter begins December IMMMIilllliiMMIIIiiMtimtlMimillHHIIMI

mon to "Husbands and Wives." when I land at the station the first for some office himself, for 22nd, just three days before Christ .

The last election for the year is Dr. Wray has announced for his thing I will do will be to pay for the next year is an election year. i mas, which occurs on Thursday, December -

over, and now it's time to shop early. .subject next Sunday "What Will the Sentinel, then I will shape my course 25th. Do your shopping at I "

0-- Harvest Be?" and a report will be for the Walker packing house where BAPTIST LADIES'ID I an early day.

The Jacksonville Metropolis has made of the year's work. Monday he I am sure to meet lots of good friends. GIVES TO CHURCH FUND Auto 0111

made great improvement in the appearance leaves for conference at Tallahassee. The Walker brothers are among the At an interesting meeting of the FAVORITE THEATER TODAY

of its editorial page.o Sunday night there will be a great first people that I made friends within Ladies' Aid Society of the Baptist

-- temperance rally at the Grand with Orlando fifteen years ago. They church held at the home of Mrs. Al- "Robinson Crusoe"

The Tampa Tribune thinks it inconsiderate addresses by Miss Mabel Stephens, have always been very friendly and I fred Bumby yesterday afternoon $100 "101" Bison three reel adventure The oil that has

of the Miami Metropolisto state superintendent of the W. C. T. have nothing but good to say about was voted to the fund for the new drama. A picture that every one will

be printing Riley's poems right U., and Miss Minnie E. Neal, the them. church, this amount being in the enjoy. Every scene is true to the stood the su-

under the poet's eye there in Mami, state president. Both are brilliant Hoping for your good luck and treasury of the society. The ladies story. Nearly every one has read the preme test

and the poor man sick, too. speakers and it will be a great occa- prosperity, I remain, enjoyed a social hour during which book. Every one will want to see the

o sion. This is to be the beginning of Your friend, refreshments of fruit punch and cake i photo-play. Bob Leonard plays the

The extraordinary session of con- the state-wide campaign, which will CALVIN BISHOP. were served by Mesdames Cooke, notable part of Robinson Crusoe, -= THAT ----

gress just ended was extraordinary in make Florida dry in 1916. The pas- Long, Empie, Bunch, Kilgore;: and Marguerite Fischer as the captain's

more ways than one; it was the longest tor and his people urge everybody to WHITE HOUSE SENDS THANKS I Crux, being the committee in charge. daughter. A thrilling story inter.

] extra session ever held and come. FOR ORANGE BLOSSOMSJ. woven with a story of deep heart interest Good Gulf Gasoline

marked the passage of the first Democratic COMMISSIONER OVERSTREET and pathos. One day only! I II

tariff bill in many years MRS. BRITTAIN WAS1OSTESS M. Caruthers, florist and nice VISITED LAKE CO. BOARDMr. I Don't miss it. I I II I

-0 AT BRIDGE man generally, took it upon himself M. 0. Overstreet, chairman of Matinee 2 to 5. Night 60: to 9:30.'I
The Sentinel suggested that the to send large box of blossoms
a orange the county commissioners, appeared I Admission, children 5c., adults lOc.
Coast Line put new station signs up Mrs. Walter Brittain enter to the White House on the oc-
prettily before t he commissioners of Lake
and the signs were painted and put tained the club casion of the marriage of Miss Wilson : LUCERNE THEATER TONIGHT
Saturday Bridge at
county at Tavares yesterday in the I: : P. G. WALTON Agl.PtiOiNES .
Now if the Coast Line will follow ,
week. he receivedthe
up. her home on Lucerne urcle at their last Yesterday interest of the South Florida Midwinter The Cook players. The tabloid

other suggestions made by the last meeting.The following acknowledgment: exposition to be held in Orlando -I Western melodrama, in two acts, en-
Sentinel it will come to be a first- The White House, "
regular members, including the February 17-21. It is believed titled "The County Sheriff. Two 450"269illllllllllllllllllllllll

class railroad. hostess, Mrs. LeRoy Giles, Mrs. Harriet Washington, Nov. 28th, 1913. that; the Lake commissioners will i'vaudeville acts. Miss Wanda Waterson -

' o Miller, Mrs. DeWitt Miller, Mrs. My Dear Sir: make a substantial appropriation for artistic soprano. Mr. J. G. Moore, +lI
The newspaper men of Jacksonville In behalf of the President permitme
Sylvan McElroy, Mrs. Merle McEl- an exhibit at the fair. :baritonist par excellence..IIIIIIIIIII"'I"IIIIII.I.I..I..IIIII.,113111..
have gotten together to form a roy, Mrs. C. B. Robinson, and Miss to acknowledge the receipt of the
x club. An excellent idea. Newspapermen which were good enough Dr. BucKmaster
Hart[ were present; also six guests, package you
help all other clubs and organi- Mrs. Chester Fosgate, Mrs. J. N. .to send to him, and to thank you cor- } I
zations to get together and keep to- 'dially for courtesy,
Bradshaw, Mrs. Thomas Brodwater, your
gether, yet they seldom have a fraternity Irs. J. N. McElroy, Mrs. Allan I \ Sincerely yours, i MR. 'ORACE'S SHIRT Osteopathic Physician

of their own, except in the I J. P. TUMULTS,
Weathersbee and Mrs. Waters Howe.
larger cities. The club prize was won by Mrs. Secretary to the President.Mr. TOO MUCH MARRIEDPresented 132 Orange Avenue

o Giles, while Mrs. Bradshaw, who J. M. Caruthers,
The Pinellas county board of trade made the high score among the visitors 404 South Lake Street, ., by the ROLLINS SCHOOL OF EX Next door to People's Bank,
has been organized with Editor PRESSION Lyman Gymnasium Winter Park,
was awarded two Armenian Orlando, Fla.EPISCOPALIANS up-stairs. Acute and chronic
Straub of the St. Petersburg Timesas lace trimmed handkerchiefs. THURSDAY, December 4th, 8,15 p, m diseases treated.Telephone .

president. Pinellas is full of pro- Mrs. Brittain was aided by Mrs. EXPRESS I ADMISSION 50 CENTS'MtlHMItMHIMIItllOmitHMMIHIilMIMMMII
gressive people and the organizationof
Howe in serving delicious chicken BOX OF GOODIESIn 518.Christifias .
a county board of trade is one
salad, nut bread, olives, bon bons,
of it. A board of trade
proof county fruit and coffee. response to a suggestion that

can be made more influential and The club will hold its next meetingat the women of the jurisdiction of south
' stronger in every way than a like I Florida send "Thanksgiving show-
the home of Mrs. LeRoy Giles. a
body composed of townspeople only. er" to the Church Home and Hospitalin

A ST. CECILIA'S GUILD Orlando, a "shower box" of groce- Gifts for Ws Maest] --tnB a

Orlando people heartily endorse the BAZAR AT CHAPTER HOUSE ries was on Monday expressed to that
, selection of F. A. Hathaway to be institution. This home and hospitalis

superintendent of public instructionfor in urgent need of help just now,
This afternoon the ladies of St.
Duval county. It is presumedthat
and the contents of this fifty pound
Cecilia's Guild will hold their annual
the governor will appoint him
box were gladly collected by the
since he received the endorsement of bazar in the Chapter House, and to- "Daughters of the King" from the Father and mother will supply the baby with enoughUjimcracks'make

the county committee. Mr. Hatha- day's entertainment primes to be members and friends of Holy Trinity your gift of a more permanent nature.

way is an exceptionally fine school; unique in every particular.The church under the direction Miss The following suggestions are only a few of the many
} executive, and gave eminent: satisfaction booths, where dainty hand- of this
Hindry, president chapter.- articles we are showing in a special baby display
while principal of the Orlando I made articles will be sold, will rep- West Palm Beach Post.
;. schools. : resent the "Seven Ages," and those
Gold .Rings for tiny
o who will wait on the visitors will be nn 1
The congregation of idlers at the costumed according to the department fingers q) I IUU any Un
the Lucerne theater last night r
Coast Line passenger station is get in their charge.
ting to be a nuisance to travelers and The candy counter, ever popular the Cooke Players presented an interesting Lockets and Chains (fn nn nJ
and amusing of
others who are called to the stationon with young and old, will be in evidence program for necks J>LiUU anuu
vaudeville and tabloid drama. Mr. girl baby
business. An aged man was also a lunch room, where
J. H. Moore contributed a ventrilo-
i struck by an engine yesterday after- lome-made cookery may be pur.
Little for
gold pins J
quist act, using four figures and car- en
' noon because of the lack of regulations chased.
rying on a dialogue between the four UUC any
in force at th estation. The city Mr. Bryce has offered the use of; little dresses Up
that was remarkable in the changesof
" council should take this matter in his pretty motor boat'the "Geneva

hand, and see that rules necessary to to the Guild, and will be in readinessto voice. It was very well receivedby Silver Cups, $1.00 and up
the audience.
the safety and convenience of patrons take passengers for trips around
I are enforced. Lake Eola. Miss Wanda Waterson renderedsome Come make your selections before the prettiest piecesare

o vocal selections. This lady hasa gone We'll lay them aside if you are not ready to
remarkable range and a voice of
take them
Governor Park Trammell takes a. DON'T WAIT UNTILTHE
much sweetness.
most commendable stand in regard to ELEVENTH HOUR "
"Are You a Mason, a tabloid com-
factional fights members of his
edy by the company of five, certainly
administration. Such a fight having To tell Sentinel Want Ads. that you is full of humor. Tuesday night there

been started against Pure Food In need a boy, clerk, stenographer, sales.
will be two new vaudeville acts fea-
spector A. P. Jordan, Gov. Tram- man or other office or store help,
turing the banjo playing and danc- TO 11. [ the JewelerOPPOSITE
mell "I surely will not take vans
says: faction Sentinel Want Ad. takes these emer- ing of Mr. Moore, and the tabloid

t Vp a personal fight between any . gency calls and usually fills the bill,, Western melodrama, in two acts, ,

and State Pure Food Inspector but you are certain to be well please. "The County Sheriff," a romance of:

Jordan. As long as any office holder if you give Want Ads. a little extratime the western country. POSTOFFICE
appointed by Mr. Gilchrist does nol in filling your "help" needs.

t' violate any !aw or rule of the pres Phone 24.Favorite Favorite today! "Robinson Crusoe;
ent administration, which would war EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING
in three reels. Admission 5c. and lOc
rant removal, he will not be molested "
today! "Robinson Crusoe,
by me. in three reels. Admission 5c. and 10 G The Sentinel's advertising columnswill

-0 guide you to where you can do
George Graham Currie, who went
: Go to Warman's Repair Shop on. your Christmas shopping early and to
from West Palm Beach as a delegateto ,
Court street. 11-27-tf the best advantage.
' the waterways convention at Pa- I

latka, gives an interesting account of) -- --- -- Millinery for ThanksgivingWe

the meeting in the Post. He confesses I

that when he was held up for

five dollars membership fee upon arrival SPECIALlm have prepared some particularly attractive designs for
t he believed he had been sin.

filed out as an easy mark instead of Thanksgiving Millinery, It's the time of the season when

view being charged honored, however as a delegate., as he gathered His. Metz Runabout t $$11500 1 you will want to change your headwear and we know we can

in the purpose of the association,
supply with something decidedly different and attractive.
and he is now a hearty advocate of you

its work and believes it worthy and<
powerful.John Good Condition Your visit will be appreciated and your inspection is cordially -

o invited.
P. Stokes has made his formal

announcement sent the third for Florida congress district.to repre.In 5 per cent given for cash on all Tires I

this announcement Mr. Stokes says -
that the politicians who control the and Tubes.

politics of the state do not want him I MARION B. IVES

to run. Who are these politicians if

they are not of the particular factionto

which Mr. Stokes belongs? Does San Juan Garage Co.

Mr. Stokes mean that he is in bad MILLINERY
with his own crowd? Mr. Stokes -
should be more careful. lIe should LUKEN AND
remember that the old politicians who All Night Service

;, used to control the politics in Florida I

f have been unhorsed. ::



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[ o likes uU' Homemade e efit Club There of the the will evening Civic be a League of dance December for at the the 10.Elks ben- ..LUCERNE MADE BEST FLORIDA CIGAR CIRCLE.. Know the Ouckorth Line

Mr. D. S. Ropers, of Louisville, Ky., Sold by all dealers, 5 Cents
is a late arrival at the San Juan.
1 4iltMIM>i8tililt8tliltDHIIIIIIIIIIMMIiliitl It includes the most popular, most styl- : :
Wide-awake people save money by

A good reason too They're pure, reading the advertisements in this . ish and the most comfortable shoes for : :

clean fresh and paper. men women and children.
Capt. and Mrs. D. G. Francis, of ; COAL WOOD COKE ,

Made by our own experts, in our Kissimmee. were visitors in Orlando Charcoal It will supply every size-every leather ; ;

own modern and strictly clean can- l yesterday.Mr.. S. L. Combs, of Boston, Mass., : Turpentine Chips, t in the proper shoe for every occasion or : :

dy kitchen. was in Orlando yesterday, a guest of
the San Juan. Fence Posts use.NOW'S

Chocolates, Bon Bons, Fudges, Mr. B. Frank Young, a prominent a good time to get shod for the ; ;
endless number of I Orlando Wood\\ Yard
Nut Brittles and orange buyer of Mt. Dora, spentyes- ( coming winter weather.It's .

both hard and soft candies.BUTT'S terday in Orlando.Mr. .
KINGSLEY, Proprietor
and Mrs. W. F. Young, of the proper time to select shoes slip- ; ;
I .
Phone 344 104 W. Pine St.HtliMMMMMMMMM
Springfield, lass., are among the late pers etc., for holiday giving.E. .
arrivals at the San Juan. *

Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Lee, of Oviedo, .
i were amon the welcome visitors to IHCKEN HE TODAY AT
: KNOY KITCHEN[ Orlando yesterday.Mr. TEA AND REST ROOM

A. B. Johnson goes to Tampa G. DUCKWORTH, Feet Fitter i ;

today to attend a meeting of the Citrus Chicken pie, individual chicken pie,

"The Home of Quality"WADE Growers' Exchange.Mr. which means a separate pie for each : The Style You Want in the Size You Need.;'
individual, will be served today at the :
L. W. Tilden, of Oakland, was I
Tea and Rest Room luncheon, between
.i. ii ii in Orlando yesterday en route to , 111111111111111111111.1111111111111111111111111111111.
the I 1 I the hours of 12 and 2 at the
Tampa to attend a meeting: of _
i of 35 cents. The Civic n_
:price Leagueis
Where are those desirable Gatlin Citrus Growers' Exchange, which making a feature of the luncheonsat . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..'

lots? Jansen will show you. meets there today. the Tea and Rest Room, where

Mrs. L. N. Daughn,' of Middleton! After an absence of nineteen years, Mrs. Cornish of Birmingham is in
THE TUNER Mr. W. Mayne Hutson, a former pop GEORGE WASHINGTON
arrived in Orlandoto
Springs, Vt., has charge. A dainty but substantialmeal
ORLANDO.FLA.Mr. ular resident of this city, but now
spend the winter and is a guestat may be had there, cooked and :
J residing in St. Augustine, paid Or-
the home of Senator Buxton INSTANT COFFEE
pretty served home style, at a price that all :
lando a visit yesterday. He was
:,on Lucerne Circle. ,I can afford. Try it today, and if you I
greatly surprised at the wonderful
Neal Jones, from Jacksonville, Of interest to 100 per cent of the like it, keep it up. I
strides Orlando had made during the II II I I It's Good. Try ItWrifht's !
13 in the city on business. shopping public-everything thatBoardman's I
years gone by. I
"Store of Satisfaction"
Household words Boardman's I II BAND TO GIVE DANCEAT !
Miss :Mildred Buckinham of
showing for this season's consump-:; one ,
"Store of Satisfaction. THE ARMORYThe
I I I tion. It Orlando's popular winter residents,
Mr. N. A. Cliff has returned for the arrived Sunday from Middleton i
winter and is again at the Lake View.I Mr. and Mrs R. E. Watkins and Springs, Vermont, and will spend the Orlando Concert Band, through Silver CreamCleans
three children left yesterday for their I I its secretary, Mr. Edgar R. Thompson -
Patronize the sweet girl graduatesat season at the pretty home of her
the lunch counter Tuesday. It home in Arcadia after a few days uncle, Senator J. E. Buxton, on Lucerne has issued invitations to a danceto I
visit with Col. and Mrs. T. J. Wat- be given in the Armory on Thursday Silverware also dirt
Miss Edith Robinson has returned !I Circle. The genial senator has ,
I been detained North business, but evening, December 4. The music;
the on
from DeLand, where she spent kins.Mrs. :
week-end. A. Haden and her sister, Miss i will be down a little later. is to be furnished by the band orches and grime from your hands
Addie Smyth, who has recently returned -! I tra.
Brothers' trees, roses and ; Mrs. Gaston Edwards and baby
Griffing from England, will be at hometo
ornamental, give results. 12-2-tf daughter are expected home tonight I
their friends, informally, tomor-
from Granby, Conn., where they have GRAND CONCERT "HIAWATHA" !
The executive board of the Civic : I
row afternoon. I THE SANITARY
I i I(spent several months. The many GROCERY
in the Tea Room I
League will meet
Miss Addie Smyth, of Tunbridge :friends of Dr. and Mrs. Edwards will There is a treat in store for loversof

this\ morning at ten o'clock. Wells, Eng., arrived in the city yes-=!'regret to learn that the condition of music when the Mendelssohn Club CARUTHERS & GORE

Keys. Warman makes 'em on terday and will be the guest of her I l George, their bright and attractive presents "Hiawatha" at the Grand
Court street H-27-tf sister, Mrs. Algernon Haden, for the little son, is so serious that it is theater on Tuesday night, December9th. Phone 200 6 & 8 Pine Street.
Mr. Edwin Davis left yesterday coming winter. I deemed best to leave him in a hos- This offering is not frequently

afternoon for a three days' business The 'one-piece Wool Dresses in I pital in Hartford for the winter. given to people of smaller cities, so -

trip to Georgia.For Serges and black and white Checks,I I A jolly party composed of Mr. and they should and doubtless will crowd I CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.HMMMMHIIIIMIIMIMMMMMMMMil.

trees see W. H. Brokaw. Of- are certainly dainty. The "Store of i I Mrs. Merle McElroy, Mr. and Mrs. the theater to hear this beautiful pro I

fice opposite postoffice. Phone 267.. Satisfaction" carries the choicest assortment I LeRoy Giles, Mr. and Mrs. Allan gram. Come and encourage the Mendelssohn . . .....

12-2-tf It Weathersbee, Mr. and Mrs. Fort, Club in their laudable endeavor 1 ____ -- __ _ -- ---.- _ --- --- -- -_ .

Charlie Rock, Jr., returned to Jack- The Chadwick Real Estate Agency i Misses Mary and Fannie Robinson, to give to Orlando the very'
sonville yesterday to resume studiesat has just closed a deal with Mr. Max land I' Messrs. Marion Ives, Wilbur Til- best of music. Come and hear "Hia-

the Florida Military academy. Schneir, of Pittsburg, Pa., selling him|;den and Donald Cheney, returned watha," that beautiful Indian romance -

Order grapefruit and orange trees the 26-acre grove belonging to Mr. Sunday evening from camp "Bee-gi- and tragedy for which Col-, E

now. W. H. Brokaw,_ salesman. Pleasant Rice, which brought the sum woo-chee," where they spent the ,ridge Taylor has written such won- dp

12-2-tf of $8,500. Mr. Schneir will take pos-,,week-end in boating and fishnig. derful music. ,

The executive board of the Civic session at once. I I The Civic League will hold a "sil- _

League will meet at the Tea and Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Carmack have I ver tea" in the attractive new Tea DIAMONDS THE QUALITY GIFT o aI

Rest Room this morning at 10 o'clock. arrived from Brownsville, Pa., and::Room, corner of Main and Pine -

Lose something If it is in honest expect to make their home at 2136 streets, on Friday afternoon from 3 The gift of everlasting value and I
Jackson street. Mr. Carmack has accepted I.to 5 o'clock. Beside the home-made refined taste. I I -
. kania you can recover it through a O
Sentinel ad. a position with the Yowell- I cake served with the tea, there will Unless you possess expert knowl-

Duckworth company. I I be a table of home-made candy for edge of diamonds you must depend r: .IN' '
Elbert Jenkins, representative )
I sale. The ladies who attended the recent upon the honesty and reliability of
of Alexander Seewold Co., Atlanta, Mr. W. D. Gleason, of Greenville,
pleasant "house warming"at the the dealer as to the quality and real I
Mich. contractor and builder, who
left yesterday for West Palm Beach. a
Tea Room found the home-made cake value.
has been North all summer superintending -i
Miss Marion Groves returned Sun- the construction of a large 1 I there served particularly enjoyable, We have a large collection of very I
day night from a pleasant three and will doubtless become frequent beautiful stones. Call and allow us II
bungalow for his son, has returned to I .
weeks' visit to her cousin, Mrs. C. T. visitors. to show them to you. I II I
Orlando and is occupying his home on I
Embrey, at Umatilla. Lexington street, Concord Park. i Ii i Eat what you want Our dependable reputation and expert -I I
I Eat all want. knowledge of diamonds warrants
of Ocala
Mr. Walter E. Davis, ,
The soloists for the evening of Take a postscript and forget.it. your purchase.T. .
spent Sunday in Orlando his "Hiawatha," Mrs. W. L. Palmer, Mr: For.sale by all druggists. H. EVANS, Jeweler.
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Davis, ll-30-d&w-lm
Forrest Dabney Carr, and A. P. Curry -
.> South Orange avenue. the favorites and IW II
are among every - - -
ROOMS FOR RENT for house- li
Mrs. D. N. Horn, sister of Mr. M. one should hear them in this beauti. light
keeping, with all conveniences.
0. Overstreet, arrived yesterday fromEustis ful Indian music, at the Grand thea-, LUTHER THE FLORIST 12-2-6t

on a visit to her brother's ter, Tuesday night, December 9th, Cut Flowers

family. 8:30 o'clock. HAND PAINTED CARDS
For the choicest assortment of Eat what you want. Appropriate cards for all occasionsmenu

Ready-to-Wear Millinery at popular Eat all you want. I CARNATIONS, PANSIES, place cards, score cards, etc.
Take a postscript and forget it. Also designs for book plates. Sam-i
the "Store of Satisfaction" i is
prices For sale by all druggists. POTTED PLANTS ples on hand and orders taken at 112
certainly there with the goods. It ll-30-d&w-lm Grace St. Phone 608. Lu F. Halsted.


Joseph Bumby Hardware Co. "


: Grand Theatre

I $25 buys mighty g'oodsuit

It's not best because it's largest in

sales-but largest in sales becauseit's

: : Coming Thursday, Dec. 4. best. There are six Fords sold I: 1111111111111111111111111'1111"1111'I

other 'Twouldbe I HART SCDAffNER & MARX
10 one 01 any car.

"flip Streets of New York"In hard to find a more convincingreason !I are emphasizing $25 suits. Yon tan

I i expect real value at this fignre.

why you should own one.
four reels :: Blues, grays and mlttures. Yon can

have them at $20 or $30; we recommend .

Dion Boucicault's the $25 suits.SORUGOS
great drama Six Touring Cars will arrive next .

played in New York for 800 nights. week. Place your order now. .K+H4 HI 11111111111111111111111111+1

Matinee 3 o'clock Night 7:15: I

Phone 226 & DICKSON

This store is the borne 01 Hart Schaffner & Marx clothesEverybody I r

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While the railways have done much, 43 acres, located three miles northwest Elegantly furnished seven-room
the federal of Orlando, on S. A. L R. R., at house. Three bed chambers. A-110-
and of
Ii Fairvilla Station, on Lake Fairview; cation. $75 per month. Cooper & i New Goods Arriving Daily. Latest
culture has done more, to build up : |lake front near station; young grapefruit Atha, 114 South Orange avenue.
the farming industry. in the United: Notices of Lost, Wanted For Sale, For : and orange grove; land about l-30-3t
Rent. etc.. for this column 25c for one day, !; Patterns in
States, the surface has merely be'.n 50c far three days, or 75c for one week, for [I''half citrus fruit and half vegetable; 1
25 words or less. Money must accompany !:8-room house, barn; ideal winter
i: scratched, according to Howard H. II
the advertisements for this column as no f[]home, right near Country Club. Ad- MISCELLANEOUS
Gross, president of the National Soil i insertions will be made on credit. dress W. T. Chapman, owner, R. F. D. Ladies Dress Goods

Fertility league, who criticized both No. 2, Orlando.. ll-27-lm-d&w. EVERYTHING NEW for Xmas at 0 ,
of the agencies mentioned, in a recent FOR SALE --- - ----- - the Evans Parlors, No. 100 North Men Women Child en'
CALIFORXI.BUXG.LOWS Main. Phone 125. 1-26-tf s
address in Chicago. FOR SALE-Acme adjustable dress

Sone striking facts which illustratethe form. 405 South Lake St. Ask your real estate man to show Muslin and Knit Underwear
early the five California Bungalows Artistic photographs for Xmas at
imperative demand for an im FOR SALE-A good horse. 12-1-6t'l which are nearing completion. the Evans Parlors, No. 100 N. Main.

provemcnt in farming methods are! Schultz, Formosa, Fla. 1 They will be finished early in Decem- Phone 25. 11-15-tf

cited by Mr. Gross. The populationof FOR SALE-House and lot; also lots I ber. They will be very attractive Boys School Suits
this country is rapidly outstrip on Broadway, Amelia avenue and architecturally, well planned, and Not one for sale except to purchasers : iii ..
its of food supplies. Summerlin street. Mrs. Norman Robinson I"quick sale" prices will be made on who will build on it. Carl Jansen I
ping production : SOI Concord avenue. 11-27-lm',them when finished. Early inspec- I
We consume 91 per cent. of the wheat \I tion recommended. will explain the terms. 11-26-tf ;

'*e raise,and 98 per cent. of the corn.|'FOR SALE-Anything in Florida \ote-Xo. 4 has already been sold, ._ i iI McCULLOCH'SDEPARTMENT

Our cattle exports have declined 75; Real Estate. Orange County Realty based on opening prices. I WANTED-Position as dairyman; .
Company. 1112.1mFOR 11-8-tf FRED B. DALE, Owner. several years' experience; by mar-
per cent. in seven years and our imports ried man. Call on or address L H. '

have increased 2,000 per cent. SALE-Work horse, harness Jarrett, 205 West Pine St. 11-29-tf STORE 1

In ten years the population has increased and wagon. Inquire 402 West Central FOR RENT ;
I avenue. Cheap. ll-30-3t ARTISTIC Photography for Xmas':
21 per cent., and in the same '
period meat-supplying animals have FOR SALE-Anything in Florida ,NEATLY FURNISHED ROOM, for now. The Evans Parlors, one block I .
I I Real Estate. Orange County Realty I'! quiet couple; breakfast if desired; north of Court house. Phone 125. \i 1 t
The Next Door
decreased 30 cent. yield Evan's
per per I I Company. 11.12.1mFOR I private family.' 202 E. Robinson Ave. 11-26-tf to Jewelry Store.WHEN
of cereals in the United States t
acre I SALE OR RENT-House, six: \
is approximately 40 per cent. of the I'' rooms and bath; all improvements; I FOR RENT-Large, well furnishe Fla. Motor boats and fish boats i 1.e8 Gc. I ; .' ISOIIIII I"II : t.'I = Jlel
European yield. .I on East South street. Apply L G. rooms. Apply 214 Robinson Ave.,
for rent by Paul Rhodey. Phone or- \j-.____ _
Manuel, city. 12.1-lwk Eola Cirdie. 11- ,,-1< h.
Mr. Gross explains the disparity i in I v I der to A. J. Willis & Co.'s store.
'll-20-lm. \
yield per acre with the statement
FOR SALE-A large bungalow and '.
FOR RENT-To one or two young I
that our farmers attempt to cultivatetoo lot on North Orange avenue. Price of habits
men good pleasant front LOST-Silver Shrine pin; size of half|
much land, and grow two crops on reasonable. Address or call on RollaReel room in refined family. Address A. B.,. dollar; also an old fashioned gold .r .,;' /. z' ..'
the same field at the same time-I at the Steam Laundry. 11-19-tf care Sentinel. 1130lwPOR bar pin with mosaic setting. Return : .., / . -_

weeds and grain. Man per man the :DON'T DELAY, but get your Xmas I to Sentinel .office and receive reward. I ; ., HOTWATER/1 .
I Photos now at the Evans Parlors, KENT-Well furnished rooms' 11-28-Gt /
American farmer produces twice as one block north of court house. Phone I in modern home, close in; electric I fJ =, I

much as the European farmer, but he I 125.. 11-26-tf lights, bath, hot and cold water; also AGRICULTURAL blasting, ditching, "'" of,':,": "':' ....: .,
requires five times the area upon FOR--SALE-Xew, inexpensive-, mod rooms for light housekeeping. 114 subsoiling, tree planting, stump ; \ '.1f.fIi' / I II I
; I.
I Jackson St. 11 E'I tNv.: ; .
which to do it. "Agriculture," says ern two-story house; five rooms, blowing, orchard renovating; land ] I ,,'. . -
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cleared ready for the plow. Dynamite ,,, -
Mr. Gross, "is the world's greatest'bath and sleeping porch. Apply 207 FOR RENT-Well furnished rooms ) q
America street. 11-19-lm!) and supplies. Estimates cheerfully { /Jil:1l..l..f: / '?
for light housekeeping bath hot : OliYO U
business and the only business that is I I II. ; I furnished. L N. Lewis, 406 East St., \ t Ii
FOR SALE-New residence, 403: An- and cold water; electric lights and If: : i rJ ',
not conducted as a business. The j :Orlando, Fla. 11-29-lwi w
methods adopted for educating the I. derson street. Terms, half down,I 12-1-lwk telephone; close in. 312 N. Main St. ; (,,! : { :" I'I: % f1 "

balance two years time. Inquire on I .. WANTED f # I J It t; I' Ii \ i _
-Everybody to know that md T IT
farmer have not been to his -- ------- i "
adapted p
premises afternoons, or E. H. Gore, \ '0
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FOR RENT-Furnished rooms, closein now is the time to plant citrus i //J ," "1J -3 : -
needs. Caruthers & Gore I 1 I
Sanitary Grocery I ; have electric lights and bath; trees, rose bushes, and plants of all .: II III to t / \.. y" ? TN'" j
Mr. Gross and his organization are 6_and 8_E._Pine__SL. _ .11-29-1.! I reasonable to permanent roomers. 7 kinds, and that I have a very large '[ !i ;.,: i < '_.._.."
using their influence on congress to FOR SALE-A few very fine cherry i W. Robinson Ave., Orlando. ll-29-3t!) and varied stock of the best varieties. \ i. .-7' pOSSIBLYyouA
bring about the passage of the Lever laurel, 2 to 21-2 inches diameter,i "Bill" Speer, 406 South Hughey 1\I"J(1\W'\ !! ( :: \\ ; .: : : :: do not.k ow
for shade trees. Now is the time to I THREE ROOMS, with bath, including 11-29-Gt St.1 \, \\\\m1\\ I \, Ip : that unlimited
agricultural extension bill, which i plant. C. W. Townsend, 503 W. Central -:I electric light and water, at $15 \\ \'\ !; F
would place thoroughly trained agriculturalists -. Ave_ 12-2-lt i per month. F. Joseph Raehn, Grace WHY PAY exorbitant rent or board? : -- : \\ 'l\\ /.10" ftt'.1 Mf'-m .. SUpply of hot
--- ---- --- ( 1\\
and Irvine
in every community and FOR SALE streets. ll-28-3t Why not buy a little home? Buy I water-hot water .

maintain them at public expense to Five-room bungalow, with bath and TO LET-Six-room house, 603 W. it of the owner and save the agent's'! when you want it-hot as long as you want it-is

advise with the farmer and help him Bleeping porch. 500 Lexington St., Amelia avenue; reasonable. Also, commission.: Address B., Box 178. now inexpensively obtained without any further =

solve the problems of production and Concord Park. Lot 67x230 ft. LeRoy one 5-room house, with, bath, for sale 11-30-lm. than .
12.1 lmo thought you give to turning ant
Thompson. -
distribution. The claim made for it, for $1600; new. Inquire owner, on WANTED-To exchange a vacant to

that it would within a few years practically FOR SALE adjoining property. 11-28-Gt on Concord avenue, Orlando, for a or off the gas light. Unless you have

double the output of our farms Four lots, with small stone house, FOR RENT-Large room, with two five-passenger car, Ford or Overland seen or heard about the wonderful l Y
with bearing and grapefruittrees. preferred, 1913 or 1914 model must
and give us a larger and less expen- No. 9 orange Hill St., east of Lake beds; suitable for two gentlemen;, be in A-No. 1 condition. J. 0. ;Evans, Ruud Automatic T
.; sive food supply, is sufficient to Eola, half block from Central avenue. also front room with use of kitchenif Maitland, Fla. 11-30-tf ,
desired, with private family. 302
justify a careful study of the measure 11-28 North Orange Ave. 11-30-Gt Gas Water Heater
by congressman.Wheel.ing -- -- -- -
every ----- I
(W. Va.) Register. FOR SALE FINELY FURNISHED modern home, Chapter House, Tuesday, December this sounds like pretty big claim,but like
House and grove at Fair Villa, 13 consisting of 10 rooms arranged to \2nd o'clock. all
; commencing at 2 Useful I ingenious devices, it is extremely simple.
acres, of which three acres are young accommodate two families. Reason and fancy articles on sale at the The Ruud is usually installed in the basement -

Hope is a grand word, the only one budded grapefruit; borders lake; able rent for season. Cooper & Atha. booths, which represent the Seven' I to the ordinary house piping. The 1j : '
house of 8 rooms; good barn; attractive 11-30-3t Ages of Women. The attractions include : mere act of turning on any hot water faucet
that prevents many suicides. Your winter home. Apply at this office.
I starts the heater in
a Baby Show, Lunch Counter, operation. The water
may knock it down, kick it in the ribs; IMS-lm FOR RENT-Furnished house, ten Candy Table, and other pleasing fea is heated instantly-pure, unlimited hot ,
and throw it into the garbage can, FOR SALE-New modern five-room oroms and sleeping porch; centrally tures. ll-27-5t water, fit to drink as it is to bath in. Closing (
located suitable for either the faucet turns off the gas in the heater-
; one or
cottage 10 minutes walk from
but in
a short time it will come back ;
postoffice, and in rapidly growing two families. Address F. G. Rush, Gatlin is two miles from the corporate without a moment's waste of fuel. ,
; and smile as gratefully as a sensitive section. Small payment and easy City. ll-2G-tf limits of Orlando, or 3 1-2 See the Ruud Operated at the Gas Office

dog that you have abused. terms. Also, fine corner lot, $150 --- (miles from the court house. It is recognized
cash, balance on easy terms. Ad- FOR RENT-New furnished rooms i in as Orlando's most picturesque
dress A. B., care Sentinel. 1-30-1w new modern home; every convenience suburb, and most desirable for
They say it's good luck to pick up ; kitchenette if desired; reason, suburban residences. No lot for sale Orlando Water & Light Company
; pins, but you can't make the boy who FOR SALE AT A SACRIFICEOne able. 14 E. Amelia avenue, next doorto o save to a purchaser who will build on'it.

works in a bowling alley believe it. 22-horse power, two-cylinder the Wyoming. 11-25-lw No lot to ue, sold to undesirable GAS
Reo truck automobile, in fine condi- parties. A provision will be inserted DEPARTMENT
tion. This car has passenger gears FOR RENT-Large, well furnishedroom I each deed forfeiting the title ii
A. D. Galbraith, D. V. S., the vet and and thou-
i passenger speed, one to persons wishing suburban I intoxicants are ever sold on the
erinary surgeon, located at T. J. sand pound capacity, and is unsur- accommodations; also 2 acres good I grounds. It must be a clean community
; Mathers' livery stable. Phone 14. passed for a light delivery car. 1 I truck land, close in. Good opportunity ,. or no community. See Car
need its room and must sell it. S. G for "
1113tf. right person. Address "A, Jansen for prices, conditions or terms
Dolive. ll-30-2t Sentinel. 9.8 tf: 11.29-tf

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W.e want to thank our friends for their liberal patronage

during our great Stock Reducing Sale and assure all that

your patronage has been thoroughly appreciated.It .

has been our purpose to serve the people of ORANGE

COUNTY honestly and to the best of our ability, selling you

\ goods at the lowest prices consistent for good merchandise.

? It will be our purpose during the next year to carry a greater

assortment of high-grade Furniture, and to serve you more

satisfactorily than in the past.

We want all of our old customers, and as many new ones

f as will, to come to our store, as we propose to show our .

appreciation of your past dealings with us by giving you gen-

., uine bargains on every item in our store.Kincaid .

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CAR WITH A CONSCIENCE" 'H Cafe That Pleases"

J. B, MAGRUDER, Proprietorof theArcade Cafe, wishes to announce to tha
e public that he will put on two chicken dinners a week
Tuesdays and Thursdays at prices of regular meals 35 cents
Sunday Turkey dinner at 50 cents.
U, of fresh oysters just received,
20 Tickets for S6.00.

A 56.00 dollar ticket for S5.00.
We have a fine new Chef, good waiters and are prepared to give our ptrons
the best of service. We solicit your patronage.


Model 43 Chassis: Five-passenger touring car. Wheel base is 116 inches; double drop frame
Motor 41.4x51.4; four cylinders, cast in pairs; unit power plant; cone clutch; selective type transmission 70 Jersey C OWS. Auto Truck to deliver 1 miik. Best Milk in
; German silver "V" shaped radiator, square tu.!: type; Stromber carburetor; full floating rear .
axle: New Departure bearings; tires, 35 x 41-2; Improved Deleo electrIC starting, lighting and ignition! the City. Phone 231 J, 4 Rings
tank carrIed at feed
system. Gasoline capacity, 21 gallons rear pressure ; Standard aemountai rIms;
10 inch upholstering; nickel trimmings; body, steel; colors: blue or gray, black running gear. Prices JOHN LEE, Manager
fully equipped: Touring car, $1,815 delIvered. Other models $1,150 to $3,000.


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Money is the root of a manufacturing 000, is being organized in Jacksonville , When" you want printing, ..oooeoeees.b..+..
for the of conducting a I
plantVery general business purpose of truck growing,I privileges of this modernly equipped j ;
printing plant. Perfection in equipincluding UIWILIC f. .. ..
-K4J.UtH.tellllllu 1 .C1ttO. .H. + .UU.f
look fruits and tobacco besidesdealing !
time to l .
few women have I ment means better, quicker and lessexpensive ttu..ue IHH..tlU<<< lu 'f'o+ III--
like their portraits. 1 in poultry and dairy work. .
ducts. A i60i68iiLMA66.i06M04fP0Ji00ia.
No job of yours is too large for our
Nothing makes a man so sad as to -
facilities-or too small for our con-
have a girl jolly him. WOOD, COAL AND ICE I sideration. The Sentinel. Phone 24.

Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand's I
Heaven is reached by a staircasethe -
Coal Yard,phone 566. 9-31-tf Subscribe for The Daily Sentinel. d.Water
other place by a j

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bors who lead a happy life.

Orange Grove PropertyContaining j
The man who i insists on testing the ElectricityGas
k silver lining of all his clouds deservesto
get the acid in his eye occasion- 15 acres, located on lake, good Seven Room

I ally. House. Crop estimated this year $2,500.00; within one Water Ice

Two Sanford men who have been mile of city limits. :

experimenting upon the manufacture .. Office No. 18 West Central Avenue
j of brooms from the palmetto have :---
I been very successful: and their work
j demonstrates that the palmetto is Telephone No.6.
very pliant, very tough and will last ;
[longer than the broom straw. The BRITTAIN & WAY I
article will be cheaper than those
I made from broom-straw. I UPSTAIRS, 15 S. ORANGE AVE. ::::::::,"iMiiiiiiiiiiMiiniMIMIiitlilllttM ',:," ,::::::::::::::::::::::::::::

Bicycles. Warman' fixes 'em on'' Phone 172.
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CAPITAL $25,000 SURPLUS $6,700


BANK GUARANTEE for every transaction to protect the buyer, sell-

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have the choicest of propositions in all lines of Real Estate, and

solicit the buying public to inform themselves by consulting our disin-

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Electric Power company, and the cost j 'I 11 I 1 ln RlljjUIii I: '!IWf jjjjlUjilhll I1I1!)::1! '!il i'' 'i I ;:"" ,,, ,,;x191'!,1,1'I!::'' i'IIU'11J\rllh I !: \: !!:,;I I':','I::")"I ,,i' I h' ':.'.11,1".1''I,",,'"'II",,"'!:,'Ilmi%lI11tll" ,iiI", i "D:1oo!::,:.:I'., ,"" 'J':!,-,,',', .'Ii" 1.11',,lU1b;1uJJIIh'tllull!, !I:' "'::1'1.I,J:,,:''I:,.cif ll I,':,1'1 i' .!JlHIIIu;IU. '.."".i' !f
, to'the city has averaged over $3,600per
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ON DEVERY CATHOLIC PREACHES DOCTRINES :- OiT;( ( (.)v.\.\/U1tllt c (. ( (" f ( (J ,

The lecture on the Bible delivered

by Father Devery in the Catholic -

.. church last night was followed with -__ PROTECTS

the closest attention by the congregation ==== ,
." ; ," which gathered to hear his discourse -I 1 := '']Ian ] IOi"E{ :
on the Church's doctrines. Be- -- Jay enforcement of law and order thro1
; fore beginning his lecture the mis-
1 THE sionary read and answered several l force of arms.

I written questions relating to the
: teaching of the Church. These queries ; j TilE{ Ml/l{ :

had been received the previous )tty experimental stations anti 1rm
ST TANK evening and covered a wide range of reports

Y doctrines, such as the Immaculate : of their discoveries.THE .

Conception of Mary, eternal punish-

ment and God's mercy, the attitudeof = FUTURE :
of Orlando Catholics towards the public ;=

schools, and the celibacy of the cler- -- ty compulsory education! and conservation!

F gy. In answer to this last question: ;; of nnltu'nll'csolll'Ccs.

i .. 1893 "Why do not priests marry?" Father

Devery explained: "Celibacy is a disciplinary = TJIE I FINANCE t J ; 1 :
law of the Western Church;

i LONG ESTABLISHEDSAFE it is not a dogma of the Church buta -I :Sty direct supervision of specific Links and

law or rule which one desiringto
only those tanks arc permitted to Lc called
observe -
become a priest must vow to

CONSERVATIVEACCOMMODATING for life. In this matter the "National" Iranks and to keep government
Church follows a very good example, funds
on tleDosit.w .
for Jesus Christ was never married .
and He commends the state of virgin-

ity most highly as is easily learned

\. from his words recorded in Matthew
D Uidfetl
I 19:11-13, where he says that some are SMe t

celibates from natural defect, others
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from being made so by men, while

others freely choose the celibate state : k't' ; JJJf
for the honor of God. He makes it : _- I(( ,
&irirry"It l
plain that He is giving not a com- \! t

mand bit,a counsel for the few who

may be able to receive -all men

take not this word-but they to whomit

3 is given. St. Paul teaches the is a pleasure to serve you."
same doctrine and his example is the

same as that of our Lord. Paul led
the life of celibacy which he recom- ll i : I : : i ''I I ?' 'I"': "I', -
mends-'I say to the unmarried and .
I 1 to the widows: it is good for themif
Mrs. Caroline Gorsline, of Rochester '
Advertising in newspapers is the they so continue even as I. But if
N. Y., died suddenly at the Lu- great business doctor. It turns old they do not contain themselves, let MMMIIMMMIIMHMYOWELL'- 'I "t"II"I" " " " " " "
cerne hotel Sunday night When Mrs. j business into It '
new. causes merchants them marry. And again, 'Thereforeboth
Gorsline retired she was in her us-' to "perk up" and take notice, he that giveth his virgin in mar-
ual health, and had displayed no in '
dust off their counters, "sweeten up" riage doth well, but he that givethher I
disposition during the evening. In their merchandise, and improve their not doth better.' St. Paul as-:
. fact she is reported to have been'
service. It
and un- signs a practical reason in additionto
bright and cheerful and had chatted 1 f
interesting stores into bright and those already given, 'He that is
pleasantly with the other guests of pleasant shopping places. without a wife is solicitous for the

the house until bedtime. She arrived I Newspaper advertising develops things that belong to the Lord how
in Orlando Wednesday with her sister -I:business muscle teno R flmvi1 i1e
strengthens the sinews he may please God.!
Mrs. Legascy, and awoke her during us .
II puts vibrant health into or- "Now in the face of this teachingof
the night complaining of nausea.I
ganizations that haven't been behav- Christ and St. Paul it is impossiblefor
A physician was called and relieved !
i ing properly.It us to question the excellence of
her for the time and she went backto
stiffens! up weak and limp back- the celibate life," said the priest.
sleep, but never awoke. Her
bones and puts new life and inspira-
r in Rochester was notified and is expected tion in the place of ennui and out-of- Favorite today! "Robinson Crusoe," Begins Monday Dec. 1st
7 to accompany the remains dateness.The ,
in three reels. Admission 5c. and lOc.
back to that place. Mrs. Gorsline
readers of the Sentinel know

was suffered about from fifty Bright's years of disease.age, and had all about good Doctor Advertisingand TIlE AUTHOR IS UNKNOWN and lasts 30 days

his inspiring cures. They pat- The author of this poem is un-

ronize his patients. They shop where known, but a Kansas paper vouchesfor
SCHOOL BOARD TO FIX strength and health and vigor
are. its excellence: "The rose that
DATE FOR CLOSING Businesses that are weak and spine- smells the sweetest is the one that's Every article in this mammoth

less don't appeal to the imaginationor first to fade. The boy who runs the

The county school board will meet the pocketbook.Go fastest is the one to soonest jade.

'today. One of the matters to come to the live places that news- The brightest of the evenings have stock reduced.
F. before the board will be the date
upon paper advertising has placed in fronton the gloomiest of dawns. The man
t which the schools shall close for the the firing line. who buys the biggest yards must cut
holidays. It is likely that December the biggest lawns. The apple that is Don't fail to see the Aero-Plane As- !

19th will be that date, and that a va-
NEW ELECTRIC PLANT the biggest has the fattest worm of
< will cation be of declared.two weeks. from that time CITY OF GAINESVILLE FOR all. The fellow who gets on in life cension, it will play every day next week;

is sure to have a fall. The soup that

AGED MAN STRUCK BY Gainesville, Dec. Beginning tonight the looks flies.the clearest The fellow is the who first would to show sell the weather permitting, from the top ofT I i j

PASSENGER LOCOMOTIVE Gainesville will be lighted by
the goods must always advertise.The .
I its new municipal electric plant.
Mr. James Balch, a deaf and aged The new plant, including the exten- hen that lays the largest egg will
z I be the first to set. And things we
sion of the waterworks systems, cost N Yoe11-BiiGKwortli 1 El's Blli1dill il i
always wish for are the last we ever w
day afternoon. The train was move -! in believed excess, be of sufficient$100,000, and to supply will, it thecity's is get. The simplest way is always best ,

and yet we pass it by, to dabble with
ing slowly or serious injury would needs for several years to
the tinseled things that fool and
have resulted. As it was the man come. The plant has not been officially Everybody welcome.
catch the
was not much hurt. received by the city, althoughthe eye.

street lighting system was tested
Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Mathers have! several weeks ago, and has been in
The country newspaper is the most
leased the residence at the corner of use nearly every night since. The
useful of all agencies which stamp
; Church and Lake from Miss G. M. plant will be received by the board of

t Pope for a year, and will be at home I public works, however, as soon as the the impress inland cities.of progress Without upon the villagesand aid of N.P.YOWELLI4MMeiMIMIIIIMIMiMlteiMMMtMMMIMMMHMfMIMtMMMMftHIMM

to their friends at that location after! balance of machinery pertaining to
' local newspapers towns are, as a rule,
the waterworks extension is installedand
today, having given up their apart-
thriftless and dead. It is common for
ments at the Windermere. inspected.For .
all great men to speak with contemptof
F \'oriteoday! "Robinson Crusoe," nearly twelve years the streetsof + +I4-IIIII4IttJHIHGI4HHIOt44+I-tIIIIIttII4IOIOII HoIsH.u44i
local newspapers, but the village MMA
in three reels. Admission 5c. and lOc the city have been illuminated by
newspapers make more great men out -

'MiliMIIMilliiMIMHiliHIIOtiilllMMi iIII i of less material-more bricks without === . Ata
Y straw-than any other factor in poli-

tics, and is the ladder on which men

CADILCS HUPMOBILESY [ climb to local distinction as the be-

ginning of wider fame. The. adventof

the local newspaper has always

dated the increased thrift of the com-
t STANDARD munity. The local newspaper is the Christmas: :rsV\islry\

OF THE WORLD life of the locality and the measure of

its support, as a rule, measures the We have now in readinessa
advancement of the popele. 0

Favorite today! "Robinson Crusoe," most complete stock of

{ 5 per cent off for Cash on in three reels. Admission 5c. and lOc.LUCERNETHEATR .

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Casings and. Tubes [ !!![ Gifts for Christmas

_' Full Line of Supplies and Parts Carried in Stock PROPRIETORS o Any article reserved pvi

Come and See
# : Livery Service'rlan Three Reels of Pictures


. o Auto and S Supply I Copany Two Vaudeville One(5-People-5)All Tabloid Week Acts Act Each: .Night U AIM & CO,, Jewelers

Prices: : lOc. and 20c. IId1

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