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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 7, 1913
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1913.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 1, no. 269 (Dec. 20, 1913).
General Note: J.F. Schumann, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 4 (Feb. 14, 1913).
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Related Items: South Florida sentinel
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'VOLUME ONE. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1913. NUMBER 25S.

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. MEXICAN SOLDIERS CROSSING CONFERENCEMEETS F !MEMORIAL SERVICETOBEHELDTODAY[ tiff SABERS RESCUE f OVER 100



IN TALLAHASSEE f


BORDER Will I Bf "HELD IN U. & I PERSONS IN flOOD DISTRICT


ANNUAL MEETING OF METHODIST OPERA[ HOUSE WILL BE SCENE
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I CHURCH CONVENES AT OF IMPRESSIVE CEREMONIES I

POLICY ANNOUNCED FROM {NICLUB TO CAPITAL FOR FIRST TIME IN MEMORY OF"DE I WATKINS ON COMMITTEE i SEVENTY-TWO DEAD BOD-

WASHINGTON WILL BE I IN SEVENTEEN YEARS PARTED BROTHERS" I : IES RECOVERED; MANY
PRESENT "HIAWATNA"LOCAL TO WORK AGAINST RUM
REBELS I NOT REACHEDCOND1TIONSGROWWORSE
OF AID TO The Florida conference is to meet Observing a beautiful custom of ,

I II I in Tallahassee, Wednesday morning,I annual recurrence wherever the fraternal -

MUSICIANS TO APPEAR i December 10, and for a week the I order of Elks has a lodge, the j I APPOINTED AS ONE OF ARMY
Methodist preachers and laymen composing local lodge will hold services today I
CARRANZA PUSHING THEM AT GRAND THEATER TUES. OF THOUSAND TO VISITWASHINGTON '
I'I that body will be busily en- I in memory of the deceased members.
i DAY EVENINGThe
gaged with the business of the ,The members of the order will as-

I I church. semble at the lodge rooms at two
AND FEDERALS ARE SEEKING Mendelssohn Choral will make : r I i i Col. T. J. Watkins, of Orlando, has I STRONG CURRENTS HINDER
j This is a great occasion in the life o'clock this afternoon, and after a|
initial bow to the Tues-1 I the committee of RESCUE WORK AND OTHER
its public been
on a
ON THE UNITED appointed on I
ASYLUM of the Methodist itinerant preacher. brief meeting will march to the Orlando j
day night, December 9th, at the : i i! thousand to go to Washington De- : TOWNS ADDED TO THOSE
STATES SIDE OF TIlE t! i A week of association with his comrades opera house, where the memorial :I I
t Grand theater at 8:30 o'clock. I I cember 10 and work for the
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passageof I
I
LINE is an inspiration to him, and I services will be held, beginning IN DISTRESS
BORDER Mrs. W. L. Palmer, whose sweet the Hobson bill, which providesfor I
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i i after all the reports are in, and the at three o'clock.Beautiful .
voice has not been the submission of constitutional I
SentineLWashington sympathetic conference work is done, the last item i floral decorations in honor a Special to the Scntine'- '
Special to the heard in concert for time will amendment to the states Dallas Tex. Dec. 6. Flood condi-
Mexican fed- some prohibiting -
Dec. 6.- of business is the stationing of the of the occasion have been arranged
three solos in the first of manufacture sale of in. tions in Texas continue to
crossed the sing part i the or liquors grow
eral soldiers! who have ministers for another year of ser-by Florist Luther. The officers of the
line before the pursuing forces of the the program. She will sing also the I vice. The reading of the appointments lodge will have place on the rostrum, the United States. worse, in spite of. the brave rescue
solos in the "Death of Min- Col. Watkins has been consistent work that is being done to relieve the
held indefinitely : soprano a
rebel general Villa will be is always a time of intense in- and a part of the services will be the
in the United States. nehaha." I terest.It I responses of the officers as they are prohibition worker, and an active one situation.The .
I Mr. A. P. Orlando's [ he will be associated the bodies of dead

administration Curry, popular and on com- seventy-two j
This new policy of the i has been seventeen years since called upon by the Exalted Ruler.
tenor, sings a solo part in Gounod's i mittee with the foremost prohibition were recovered today, and oth-
It is I many
the
was announced today. ex conference met before ,in Tallahassee I The eulogy on the "departed brothers" -
pected that the entire federal column j I"Sanctus." and the preachers and delegates I will be pronounced by Judge advocates in Florida and other states. ers were seen floating in the waters
Villa will into the'! Mr. Forrest Dabney Carr, the Untiring II j The committee was made up at the that could not be reached. Today's
routed will
by come receive a cordial welcometo Judge John M. Cheney, and the ora-
and efficient director of the convention of the Anti-Saloon addition to the death list totals thirty.
recent
United States. j the red hills of the state. The tion will be delivered by Rev. Dr.
: Club will the bari- (! l held in Columbus 0. The Rain sleet hail and continueto
i Mendelssohn sing League snow
been the
it has
Heretofore policy conference will convene Wednesday John W. Stagg, pastor of the Presbyterian -
from time time both the 1''tone solos in the "Death of Minne- : Florida members are as follows: fall and the temperature is at
to return to .morning, December 10, and will adjourn I church. I II
rebels and federals who forcedto haha," and that will be a rare treat j ji L. J. Hender.son: Pensacola; E. C freezing over the district. Rivers and
were about Monday, the 15th. I Special music will intersperse thee
in itself. I McPherson St. J. N. streams rising, and nine additional
cross. J | Tallahassee, the capital city of th i( Speeches and other numbers of the i ii Petersburg; are -
The music is and Mr. Hooker Bartow T. J. Watkins Or- towns inundated while fifteen
exquisite
are
i ;
northwestern frontier : '
As the'whole I state, situated among the old red hills program, among the features being a!
is in the'hands of the rebels the Carr's understanding of the different lando; Milton A. Smith, Tallahassee: others are threatened.Life .
new of Leon, is an historic spot for Methodist | solo by Mr. Walter Drennen.
bear soldiers themes in which the composer depicts D. C. McMullen, Tampa; W. G. Tilgh- savers today rescued over seven -
policy will most heavily on 1 people. It was here that the : The last year has been the most
the various moods of loveland Palatka A. D. Stevens F. E. hundred from trees and
who forced to flee bravery, man, ; persons
are being by first session of the Florida conference fateful yet for the Orlando lodge,
Carranza's forces. despair, is porfect. 'I convened when Bishop Joshua Soule, :the death of seven members having Jennings, C. W. Crooke, Jacksonville; housetops and other places where
The W. II. Malone Jr. West J. C. had been marooned for
accompaniments, an important Key ; they many
I presided. It embraced all middle and! been recorded since the memorial ser-
feature in concert in this Adkins Gainesville J. S. Blitch hours. Hundreds of others still
ZAPATA TRYING TO BEAT any are ; are
east Florida and that part of Georgia, vice of 1912 The total death roll
: work of "Hiawatha" illus- Montbrook Edwin Nelson Miami marooned and not be rescued
VILLA TO MEXICO CITY strongly l lying south of Fort Gaines, Albanyand now reads: ; ; may }
trative and helpful to the understanding A. Z. Adkins, Starke Doyle E. Carl- though the life are working
Mexico Dec. of ; savers
City, 6.-Reports the Altamaha river. From RevJ j Oscar Isaacson, R.1.. Hudson, 0.

the severe defeat' of the federals to of the words. Mrs... J.. M. Thayer, C. Ley's book, ,"Fifty-two Years i I J. DeLoach, J. ,T. Turner, G. R. Hall. ton, Tampa. untiringly and without apparent
'who is an --- --- - --- thought for themselves.
the north of Zacatecas are current to- accomplished musician j in Florida," we learn that there ,were W. J. Campm, W. L. Palmer, W. E. T
If' ,will 'will be at the piano, a magnificent NEED OF BIG DOCKS FOR The United States life saving crews
night. true !jt probably delay j twelve elders, including transfers. ;i Shine, Jerome Palmer, Walter Smith,
indefihitley if it does'not [Concert Grand, generously loaned by BATTLESHIPS ADVOCATED did splendid work today.
entirely Thirty-one in all. Jas .H. Kirkwood, E. E. Rodenbaugh,
'the ,. of Torreon.:'the Drennen-Lattner company :; The towns of Courtenay, LaGrange,
prevent recapture This will be eight times that the George Wright, Isaac A. Hopper.
The uprising in the south is rapidly|\ The pipe organ will be played by :Florida conference has met in Talla Washington, Dec. 6.-An abnormal Navasota, Richmond, Lockhart, Vic

becoming menacing. Geniveviode I(Miss Berta Branch, who is an accomplished development in battleship design in toria, Glenflora, Sutton and Mona-
more ]hassee. The first, eighth, nineteenth,
La'o, the notorious bandit leader I organist, and its full rich twenty-seventh, thirty-sixth, forty- STATE TEACHERS ASSN. the last fifteen years has impairedthe ville were added to the list of inun-

has assembled a large force on the tones will add much to the beauty of third and fifty-third sessions were usefulness of dry docks constructed dated towns.

Mexico-Morelos border and is threat- the score. held there. The dates of these sessions -' TO MEET AT KEY WEST during the same period at Boston At Hearne four children maroonedon

ening attack on Santa ,lelria. He I The fact that this is a home talent were as follows Portsmouth, N. H., Philadelphia housetops with their parents died

appears to be working in conjunctionwith 'affair should inspire every one to at-I First session, February 8, 1843. Mare Island, Cal., and Charleston, S. from exposure. All of those who
whose 'forces tend and show their interest in the i C. They were practically outgrownupon were rescued today were suffering
Zapata, are now Bishop Joshua Soule presiding; T. C. SUPERINTENDENTS ARE URGING -
surrounding Cuernavaca. Zapata's Mendelssohn Club, especially as it I Benning, secretary. completion and now are inad- from exposure and hunger. Many of

forces have been increasing with 1 will be far above the average even of Eighth session, January 28, 1852,I, TEACHERS TO ATTEND equate to receive the largest ships. : them had been clinging to housetops

great rapidity during the past few, imported talent. Other towns are I Bishop J. 0. Andrews presiding; P. P. !, THE SESSIONS Rear Admiral II. Stanford, chief of forty-eight hours. An epidemic of

weeks ,and it is feared he may reach, ;showing interest in the Orlando Men-J i I Smith, secretary.Nineteenth the navy bureau of yards and docks, pneumonia is feared.SENATORS .
delssohn Choral and local will in pointing out this fact in his annual
the capital before Villa ventures: people session, December 12 Teachers in the public schools are

south of Chihuahua. not be lacking in appreciation of the 18G2, Bishop J. 0. Andrew presiding; being urged to attend the meeting of: report, made public today, adds thereare VOTE FOR 13
I good work they are doing. !!!iP. P. Smith, secretary. the Florida Educational association I but three dry docks available to

Twenty seventh session January 4, which convenes in Key West Decem-: receive the largest battleship. These I

IOUNTAINEOREOLAPARK ELA RELEASED FROM JAIL I I 1871 Bishop W. M. Wightman presiding ber 30 and lasts through January 1. are at New York, Norfolk and Puget I HOUR DAILY SESSIONS

1 WILL REMAIN SOME TIME ,I J. F. Mc- Sound. He advocates having at least
; U. S. Bird, secretary. County Superintendent
HAS BEEN PURCHASED' has received letter from two docks of maximum dimensions in
Kinnon
I Thirty-sixth session, December 17, a I I
I I New York, :6.-Gen. Jose Santos I 1879, Bishop D. S. Dog ett presiding; State Superintendent W. N. Sheats. each of the principal yards. i WILL CONVENE AT TEN IN

TWILL Zelaya, who was released from i Frederick Pasco, secretary. in which information is given con- MORNING AND LAST TILL

BE AN ORNAMENTAL- i' the Tombs by the federal authorities I Forty-third session, December 16. cerning railroad rates, and the program LEAGUE TO RUN McCULLOCH'S ELEVEN AT NIGHT

FAIR ELEVEN FEET .j on Wednesday, had a conference with 1886, Bishop Eugene R. Hendrix presiding Reduced rates will be in ef- STORE FRIDAY, DEC. 12lcCulloch's

ABOVE BASE I Ii his lawyers, Johnson, Galston & Co- I ; Frederick Pasco, secretary. fect from December 28. The pro- Washington, Dec. Democratic

i rea, at No. 49 Wall street, after whicha I I Fifty-third session, December 9, gram has not been completed yet, :\ department store will senate leaders with the aid of ten
i statement in his behalf issued. I 1896 but the executive committee be in charge of the ladies of the Civic
was ) Bishop Charles B. Galloway promisesto Republican votes, succeeded today in
The ornamental fountain for Eola "
; This said that the former dictatorof i presiding; F. Pasco, secretary. have it ready for distribution by League on Friday, December 12. On of thirteen hoursa
forcing a
has been ordered by the park'commission program
park
that day the profits from the sales
Nicaragua would remain in New December 18.
Any can se-
I I person day sessions for consideration of
and the 'plumbing work II will be given to the league, and the "-
York as long as he pleased and until I MRS. MARY A. DAVIS DEADAT cure them at that time by writing to the bIlLT
has been done by W. A. Slauter, for currency
members will do the work. It is
he had disposed of the W. F. Yocum chairman of the
personal mat- Dr. ,
which no charge was made. Mr. Slau- I .\nr.XCEUGE OF 76 o hours recess, from C to 8
ters which likely that Friday will be a day of
had
brought him to this executive committee, at Tallahassee
will be the
: o'clock in the evening only
ter his work as his donation to
gave country. These have to do with' the I or to Dr. J. L. Kelley, president, at large sales and quick ones at McCul-
'
the park fund, which is one of the Mrs. Mary A. Davis died last nightat I break in the daily work from 10
loch's The
store.
| league members
are
Xicaraguan bonds he holds which Gainesville. The committee is mak-
are
valued contributions received. 10:50 o'clock at the home of her o'clock in the morning until 11 o'clock
most
i I guaranteed by 'a first lien on the customhouse I ing the best program possible, and it enthusiastic over the prospect, and I
The fountain will'stand about forty son, Mr. Jos. R. Davis, in West Or- at night.Senators.
I are planning to make it record
a day
duties
feet from the street, line of Central collected in Nicara[lando, of heart failure. The deceased is hoped that county superintendentswill for the store and the league. Borah, Brady, Brandegee,
gua. was 76 of and had been use their strongest influence to Cummins Gro". Kenyon LaFol-
avenue opposite the Cathedral school.,, years age a na, ,
j I The statement says that the reports -I secure as large an attendance from
The ornamental figure will stand resident of Orlando for forty-two ,ACCO IPUSHEUlOLIXIST lette, Norris, Perkins and Smoot, all
of spies caused his arrest, Cen- years. She was one of the most their counties as conditions will per- joined the Democrats,
eleven feet above base, and the basin tral American I TO APPEAR AT LUCERNE Republicans .
will be fourteen*feet in diameter. Itwill politicians being responsible -l highly esteemed ladies of the city, her mit.At I voting for the long daily sessions.
for his surveillance. the close of the association an
sterling qualities all
be supplied with spray and drink i causing who The Baraca class of the Methodist I I
ing nozzles. The fountain is to be I knew her to love her greatly. She examination will be held for state church has secured the II I' LICENSE ISSUED YESTERDAYFOR
appearance
NEGRO REBELS ARE was a charter member of the Methodist special and primary certificates. An-
of'the i FREED
paid for out general, park fund. I of Miss Maud Powell, the violin virtuoso RAND.MAURY WEDDING
other similar examination will be held
i church of Orlando and devout
Mrs. A. B. Whitman, treasurer of BY CUBAN SENATE a for
I a concert to be given January
at Ocala beginning on Tuesday morn-
Christian.
the commission, yesterday acknowledged I i 28 at the Lucerne theater. Miss i License was issued yesterday for
the receipt of a $10 contribution Havana, Dec. 6.-The senate has The deceased is survived by three ing, January 6th. The same books Powell has played before in Orlando,I the marriage of Gregory Sears

from Mr. W. S. Branch. This I passed the amnesty bill freeing the I daughters, Mrs. A. E. Bennett of Arcadia will be used as a basis for questionsas and the mere announcement of her i Maury, of Palestine, TeL, to Evelyn

was a voluntary offering, and the I j negro rebels and the former liberal ( Mrs. U. W. Scaggs of Fort were used for similar examinationslast coming will be sufficient to attract a Chauncy Rand, of Longwood. The

treasurer would like to have the office holders of the administrationof : Meade, and Miss Daisy Davis; four summer and fall.IMPROVEMENTS large audience. marriage is to take place at the homeof

pleasure of receiving others like it. President Gomez, who had been j sons, Sumter, Jeff, Jack, and Jos. R. the bride at Longwood Tuesday.The .

charged with various crimes. Someof Davis. BEING MADE
ATTY. GENERAL OF SOUTH groom called at the office of
SUFFRAGISTS WIN OUT these men are now serving sen-I I The funeral services will be held AT ORANGE AVE. FRUIT STORE CAROLINA KILLS NEGRO County Judge Martin and secured the

WITH RULES COMMITTEE tences and others have not yet been at Mr. Jos. R. Davis' home at 2 license about o'clock yesterday aft-

tried. o'clock Monday afternoon. j Mr. E. L. Bliss, who recently Columbia, S. C., Dec. 6.-Attorney ernoon. The ages of both the con-

Washington, Dec. 6.The: plea of The bill provides for their liberation i bought the fruit and grocery busi- General Peeples accidentally shot and tracting parties were given as 23. .
,for the creation of after six months POLICEMAN KILLED i
the. suffragettes a i imprisonment. IN RAID |ness formerly conducted by Naif For- instantly killed a negro attendant at
committee on woman's suffrage in the(IIt originally was intended solely to ON NEGRO CRAP GAMESt.
: t;age on Orange avenue, is making the Elks club room about 11 o'clock EIGHTEEN HJORSES NOW 1
house of representatives, which was benefit the rebels in the negro upris- ;many notable improvements in the tonight. The lawyer was toying witha QUARTEREJ) 4.rR1.ATE TRACK l

argued for three days before the rules' ing'and when the corrupt civil em- Charles. :Mo., Dec. 6.-One po- 'appearance of things about the place revolver when it exploded and the \_ : > ;;:

committee this week will beiajintedaccording ployes were included the United jliceman' killed and another fatally i!of business. There has been a gen bullet pierced the negro's brain. Mr. T. H. J.awili,. ftC
to inforaatioiffSewvedfrom States,_strongly opposed it. wounded .and an unidentified negro, ;eral overhauling and the store presents arrived yesterday
the house leaders tiay.'iCbiir.nun -."'" shot to death are the results of a battle | a much more attractive appearance THE WEATHER fine racers, w4tb'u pK :given; quar- ,
.
Henry will call thA|wunflee t$ : A'4 suggestion-an Ingersoll $1.00 I brought on when officers raideda Florida: Fair 'tradb this .
and the stock has been replen- Sunday, except local ters at the raw makes a ,
gether Tuesday, and at al't!,1t b Watch, and a watch fob would be a negro crap game here tonight.The I' ished and enlarged. Mr. Bliss is rains in extreme north portion; colder total of eighteen fefatoat] the fairgrounds 1

expected that a favor 2 report''on] fine present for your boy, and a two negroes who escaped are be, making a strong bid for the best pat- in northwest portion. Monday, in inticipit&o:4f the races '

the creation of a ,suf ftfLl;< committee midget watch for the girl. Curtis &. ing sought for and summary execu-ironage, and is building up a fine volume fair; colder in central and northeast to take place during'fair' week, February -

will be authorized. O'Neal tion is expected if they are caught. of trade. portions. 17-21. i'r
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MRS. AUGUST BELMONT now to be federated in Washington ry building. It is proposed that the " 'I'II'.I ; I A &. " ;
p t PLEADS FOR THE "SPUGS"Washington through committees from various: record of facial expressions, which .. . , , ..... . , , IIIIII"'I'I'I'II"t'IIIIOI..t

,;. Dec. 5.-Mrs. August states have will be been kept done in in the moving vaults picture for a hun-film I

Belmont was the principal speaker ai WILSON'S SMILE ISPRESERVED "dred years and then be brought forth ORLANDO l BANK A & TRUST 1 COMPANY A r
the "Spug" meeting in \VoodwardlandLothrop IN "MOVIES"New for the entertainment of the genera-'
Hall. On the platform were York, Dec. President Wil- tions of the twenty-first century.
Hiss Anne Morgan, daughter of the son's smile was sealed up today in an Orlando F
I Ol"iJa.
late J. Pierpont Morgan, and Miss air-tight, water-tight and fireproof Huerta is reputed to consume fourquarts ;:
Margaret Wilson, daughter of the container and locked in the vaults of of champagne every day. A! Capital and Surplus SI2 .OOO.OO.
president; Miss Gertrude Robinson) the Modern Historical Record asso-I reasonable explanation why he won't
Smith and others well known in ciation in the New York public libra- listen to reason. \, i
Report of the Condition
Washington social life. Mrs. Archibald U__ ____ .J- l of
Hopkins presided."We j THE ORLANDO BANK & TRUST
:
HMMMMtHIMMIMIIMHMeMiMMMIHMIMMHMHas
have come to ask you to make I COMPANY
this a national movement," said Mrs. : f 4 ' At the close of business November
Belmont. "We are not organized to f 17, 1913. In compliance with
; Chapter

: contrary eliminate, not from, we Christmas urge fear,it.but giving.Give for generously the On pure the- (I w NIU UJ Servi' ce f i I m Jj' y: 6427, Laws of RESOURCES Florida.i .

joy and love of giving. p. 6 -:. Banking House, Furniture

"What we really attack is the customary i t ; and Fixtures ..........$ 25,971RiLoans
collective giving which we be- 5 x and Discounts .,.. 396,205:5
'. lieve is an unfair taxation on. the Has always been accepted in Orange' County as th : Overdrafts ............. 406.1! ;! i

v working men and women. The exchange best to be obtained. No one has ever complainedand Stocks and Bonds ..,.... 26,018 :,:J
system is another evil we T' r ( Cash on Hand and in
will because the best
seek to abolish. This custom has degenerated no oneever our trees are Banks ................ 152,37744
into a social bargain which and cheapest (in the end) pussible to procure.

fe assert is inimical to the true : $ .10LIABILITIES
\Vho ever heard of one untrue to name or who- t '
.
Christmas spirit. ; s I

ever heard of an ignored claim? t E I Capital Stock ,.no......,$100,000;
PRESIDENTS DAUGHTER NOT 1 f Surplus and Undivided
THE ONLY JESSIE WILSON \Ve offer you first choice from the largest stockin I I I Profits ... .. ... .. .. 32,166 f,2,

the world for this season's planting and your suc- h o I Deposits .... ... .....,. 448,8174:
Ravenna, 0., Dec. 5.-When the engagement -
cess with our stock is already assured when your
of Miss Jessie Woodrow
Wilson, daughter of the president, grove is planted. Free advice as to stock and per- t $$380,984
.. ___n____ __
was announced last August, Miss Jessie sonal inspection of your land when requested on any :
Wilson, teacher in the fifth gradeof : M. M. SMITH, Presi?enl.I .
of Suitable discountsto
planting 300 trees or more.
the Ravenna city schools, wroteto i
the bride-elect asking for her autograph planters of large acreage. In fact, the very best _- -- W. M. DAVIS, VicePresident.G. .

the sameness of their names of everything and 0. W. Conner behind it all. I States Government, State and County Depository G. E. NOLAN, Cashier
being the apology for the request.
Today it became I Known that insteadof .lelel.tt* .OI.I.'I'.IIf."II"'O.I'I.IIIII.III.III'III'III"II'II"J
(
receiving the conventional auto- 1IIIIII.ttlll""I"II'IIOI"CIIIIII..eOt.tt.t+t.\ 'lt tltJ . ... .t+++4
graph she got the following letter: ADDRESSQL3KLAAIIA
"Cornish, N. H. i ForT
Economy and -
"My Dear Miss Jessie Wilson: It purchase
f is most interesting to me to learn NURSERIES H T. *** of
\V RIG power your money -
that you have the same name as I. REALTY &sBBD CO T
You are the second with that name of FOR REAL ESTATE w "T ry Wright's"' Farm
whom I have heard, for the second
daughter of the new secretary of labor Dept. 23, Tangerine, Fla. j jf That's Orlando Our Business, Florida and :'Garden Seeds. in

is named Jessie Wilson, too. I jI ji bulk. "Motto" Quantityand
hope that some day you will be as IIHMMHMMMMmitltlMMtlMIMMMIMtMIIMMHammond I
happy as I am in this new joy of i: Quality.Fresh .

mine. Very cordially yours." .r Farm Eggs, 40 cents dozen; Ice, 40 cents 100.pounds; Best Creamery Butter. 40

KAISER ORDERS r cents; Sweet Milk, 13 cents quart, i cents pint; Orarges 10 cents dozen; Limes 10 cents

ARMY MUSTACHES dozen; Butter Milk, 10 cents quart. Chesepeak Bay Oysters, (selects) 50 cents quart, 30
Gore cents pint.

t Berlin, Dec. 3.-Emperor William Individual Package 10 Ibs. Ass't Fruits, "That Xmas Present" delivered by Express,

has by putting followed a up taboo his anti-tango on clean-shaven order FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.REAL (charges prepaid) all points east of Rocky Mountains, at your door $1.35 cash with order.11111,111..11111111111111111,11111.111,1.1.,1.1'IJ" .

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; faces in the army. According to the
report, given currency by the paper, VALUES LOW PRICES
the Roland, the kaiser is opposed to COMPARE IHMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM MtIMM " IM..
bare male military countenances as
"another of those Americanisms."
Clean shaving, his majesty opines, OUR FURNITURE
is effeminate. ii THE GREAT ANNUAL SALEAT

.'.. "A proper man," he says, "must We provide the quality furniture that has long
have a proper mustache." The mon- been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the
arch added the wish-which is a virtual standard of merit. If an article is here it is good.It .
command-that his young offi- wouldn't be here were it otherwise. \Ve can't make
cers should not allow the razors to this point too clear-it is one of the foundation stonesof
this business, and that means much to buyer. '
any
touch their
The emperor's upper lips.prejudice against ------ --.--- -'- -- New YHt Barall r i Store

tango dancing and other forms of tur- McNEILL & DAVIS BLOCK, [
key trotting, etc., is said to have
been due to his disapproval of Amer- Cor. Orange Ave and Church St., Orlando, Fla.

ican "modernisms." \. J Continues Until Christmas, December 25

PETERSBURG EXPRESS ORDER

THIEF GETS TWO YEARS MIHIIMimilMimillMMMeHMIOHIMIMMMMH I1 New Goods arriving daily, such as Clothing, Shoes, Hats, Notions,

Philadelphia, Dec. 5.-J. II. Skelly, and all kinds of Novelties for the Holiday trade. This $25,000.00
who recently was arrested here on a
charge of having stolen three booksof THE MARKETOf | : | stock of new and up-to-date merchandise I will sell in this great
money orders from the offices of
: : Annual Sale Sacrifice Prices. Our stock
the Southern Express company at St. j at was never more com

Petersburg, Fla., entered a plea of Cleanliness Of QualityFRESH | : j plete than now. Every item in our store has been added to with
guilty to the charge and was sen-
tenced to two years in the peniten- AND SALT MEATS : ": \ new and up-to-date merchandise. We have a larger line than
tiary. Skelly admitted that he also
t had assumed the name of Simpson, FISH AND GAME 11 ; ever for you to select from. We will give you more bargains in

-t in...order to avoid arrest. At the time
of his capture Skelly had cashed only Kept under the best sanitary conditions. this store that it will pay you to give us a trial, as the dollars and |

.
$8,000400 worth worth of of which the were stolen recoveredby orders, Everything screened away from. the flies, and kept fresh cents are what you are looking after. It will pay you to visit our

the arresting officers. He will im- and pure. ; ; store and see the offerings we have.
mediately begin serving his sentence
We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have


. ) SAYRES London MUCH,WILL Dec.SOCIAL RECEIVE 5.-Francis ATTENTION Bowes The everything PARLOR in the Meat Line. MARKET R. Kallller'g r''' Now I ork Baraall r[ i Store J Orlallifo


; Sayres and his bride are to receive
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much social 'attention during their ... .*MM ,.. . , , . ,. MtH. ...
visit to London. Walter II. Page, H. M. Self & Co. .
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American ambassador, has arrangedtwo -
dinners in their honor. Sir Ed- 18.20 PINE STREET
The Cathedral School
ward Grey, British secretary of state :
for foreign affairs, and other promi- Phone No. 80 EAST CENTRAL AVENUEOrlando's
nent personages, will be presentMrs. Christmas Novelties
and
Select Boarding
W Page will give a reception for .HiMIIIIMIMMMMIMilillMIMimiMIIMIIIIMIiFIRE I
i the newly married couple and Miss i Day School For Girls An assortment of

Page will give a luncheon for Mrs '!Reopens Wednesday, October 1.
INSURANCE
Sayres at the Authors' club. The Primary, Intermediate, and College Linen HandkerchiefsThat
White Friars' club, a prominent literary I Preparatory Grades.
luncheon club, will also cannot be surpassed.
entertain
Also Courses in Music, Art, Elocu-

Mr. and Mrs. Sayre. (ClTYAMD fine (Eli to Success. tion ture., Domestic Science, Physical Cul- Vanity Cases, Ivory Sets, Mesh and Leather -'

MRS. WOODROW WILSON COUNTRY [Twelve specially trained Teachers. Bags, Hat Pins, Fancy
HEADS "SPUG" MOVEMENTWashington
I Individual attention. Loving care. Neckwear
0' IIEALESThU I JANSEN REV. RODERICK P. COBB, A. }I.,
Dec.5.-National scop e R .
Principal.The
'; to the so-called "Spug" movement- i IMPROVED AND, 1OTARYLlc MISSES HAMILTON & DUNN
Society for the Prevention of Useless UNInPROVE' ORLANDO
Giving-is being organized by the ue
I
. woman's department of the National I FLORIDA. Sentinel sells space on its Agents for Barclay CorsetsMcCall's
Civic Federation lender the honorary known guaranteed circulation. This
is the best medium in this Patterns
paper one
chairmanship: of Ilrs. Woodrow Wi
.son, wife of the president The move. Office in Rock Building N.ORANGE AVE. Opposite San Juan Hotels I filed for the advertiser who wants to
before the public.
ment, which begart in New York i get
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J. E.METHODIST Wray(At, pastor.the Grand CHURCH) [ELECTRIC[ VCUUMCLEANER L [ [ ONE SOLID VEEIfSTARTING MONDAY. wDEC. 8


Sunday school, 9:45 a. m.; C. E. .
. Howard, superintendent. : Special engagement of the famous, popular and
"What Will the Orange Crop Be?" : ,
subject of Dr. Wray's sermon at 11 :
a. m. your room or house C. W. PARK DRAMATIC COMPANY I!
Reports of the year's work. :
Sacrament of the Lord's Supper. : cleaned without dust or troubleof

Epworth League, 6:45 p. m.; J. M. : MANAGEMENT JAMES A PARK
Burden, president. moving furniture .
Mrs. Mabel Stephens, state super- :
intendent of evangelistic work for the : HN THEIR MONSTER CANVAS COVERED THEATREA
W. C. T. U., will deliver an addressat I
The Pierce Electric Co. send Experienced
7:30 p. m. Mrs. Stephens is an an -

eloquent, inspiring speaker. invited. man. Series of the Newest Cut This Out I The Biggest and Most
Everybody most cordially and best High-Class Perfect Equipped
Royalty Plays This Coupon will Admit Tent Theatre
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Rev. J no. W. Stagg, pastor. SEE THEM FOR TERMS Superior Up-to-date Vaudeville In Existence. A Carload Spe-
Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.; W. R. FeaturesBetweenthe u cialScenery and Novel
O'Neal, superintendent. Acts of Each Play ne LUUV I ree I Electrical Effect.
Services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
Morning sermon, "Life's Forms." Entire Change of Play The Biggest and Best Show

Evening Christian sermon Endeavor, "Hidden at 6:30 Life.p."m. The PRCE ELECTRIC C01, Inc.UHURCII and Each Vaudeville Night. Monday Night, Dec. 8 You Than Ever One Saw Dollar for Less I

.Prayer m. meeting Wednesday, 7:30p.


Special cordial music.invitation Seats to free.A visitors. and STREET MONDAY NIGHT...BIG HEARTED JIMSee i

strangers to worship with us. ..II.I..llllllllslilleIOlllt;...n II'I.II. altttttt4

the Terrible Explosion in the Third Act-It is a Marvel of
UNITARIAN CHURCH
(Corner Central Ate. and West St.) Mechanical and Electrical Ingenuity.


Rev.Church Sunday Eleanor service school E.at at Gordon 10 11 o'clock.o'clock., minister.Sub- ORLANDO O OPERA[ HOUSE[ WITH FIVE BIG VAUDEVILLE FEATURES

ject of sermon, "Enthusiasm for Hu tv -

manity.Unity" Circle on Wednesday after- December 13th All For One;Price ot Admission 15 Cents to Everybody

..
noon. Topic, "Other Religions," by
Miss Gordon.All i Reserve Chairs 9c Extra LOCKHART LOT
Only OPPOSITE A. C. L. DEPOT
are invited to these services. Wrestling iMatc !

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CHRISTIAN CHURCH SERVICES ,
The members of the Christian ? Prof. George Grundahl .... ., .. ... .., ,. .... . ,... .,..... ... .
church will hold services at the home Weight 187 Ibs

of Mr. Jacob Hossler, at 208 East Middle Weight Champion -
Church street, Sunday afternoon at r
of Florida
2 o'clock, and Rev. A. M. Chisholm. a
-and- W.We Mm SLElVIONS
of Kissimmee, will preach for them. 4
A cordial invention is extended to Prof. Oscar Kivilahti ; .

every one. ,. A i Weight 155 Ibs ,t:
Middle Weight Cham-
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH pion of Finland
Rev. Edward T. Poulson, D. D., pas- fall bOO us in
tor.This ( j ' r Will Weight meet Championship here forthe Middle of- ur ew re ow Coming

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church cordially extends its ;
Florida. It will be a clean
hospitality to all who come within its
match and ladies are invitedto I
doors. Visitors and strangers in the
come and enjoy the sport.
city have a special invitation to worship ,
: PrieesSeatsonthreesidesof
with us. All seats are free, ant
the mat on cents.
stage
attentive ushers will be at the doors Reserve Seats 50 cts.75 General sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co.
Sunday school promptly at 9:30 a
Admission 25 cents. made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes.
Two hundred and
m. twenty-sever
Back gal'ery for colored people -
were in the school last Sunday-let'* ' .. (5 cents.lltlMMIIIMMMHIIIMMiMMMMUMMMMIBtHH. Boys' Suits', "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and Towels.
,make it two hundred and fifty this
Sunday. Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from II. B. Claflin & Co.

Public worship in the auditoriunat & Co Best place in the city to trade.
10:45 a. m. and 7:30 p. m., with .MIIMMMMIHIIMHMMMMIiMMMtHMMtmMHRIGHT
the pastor in charge. Morning'subject s

Music,"Strong by the Shoes choir.for Rough Roads. : IHnoch rr T IT out once

Evening subject, "Five Steps to f .- W. M1JEMONSORANGE
Happy Life." Special solo by Mrs -

Nutter, "Sing Praises" (Marshe).
:
.
Come early and get a good seat AVENUE

Inspiring song service. I NOW we offer two propositions on TERMS OF $10 .
Young People's meeting at 6:3( I I DOWN AND $10 PER MONTH. Every young man in 1.11.1..1.11111111".11..1111111111111111111111.11t.IIIIIII II.I.I.I.O" "
p. m.,. in Tea and Rest Hall, oppositt : Orlando should embrace this chance to begin or add to his
the church. Mr. Eugene Reid, presi : estate. VE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES
det i AND DO ALL KINDS OF ]It[ is The Wise Guy Who MaRes
Junior meeting at 3 o'clock in the OPTICAL REPAIRINGDR.
SEMINOLE PARK LOTS
:
afternoon.ST. On the Map Before Seminole County The Early Buy.It .

LUKE'S CATHEDRALVery ; Inside Lots $100. Corner Lots $125.
Rev. Campbell Gray, dean. Money and six per cent interest back one year from the date is less than four weeks to Christmas. '
Second Sunday in Advent. you complete purchase if dissatisfied. .
You can probably find something to purchasethe
Sunday school, 9:30 a. m.

Morning prayer, 10:30. FIVE ACRE TRACTS L H. RAMSDELL night before Christmas, but the choicest
Holy Communion and sermon, 11 ,
Near Lake Underhill. Finest land and finest
grove grovesin OPTOMETRIST
a. m. picking will all be gone. Now is the acceptedtime.
Orange County. Develop on monthly
a grove your spare
Choral evensong and sermon, 7:3t (Successor to Dr. 0. P. Likins)
change. PRICE $50 PER ACRE. Timber practically pays Now;is the day of best selection and
p. m. for clearing. ORLANDO, FLORIDAtimiiimiiiiHM
In the morning the sermon will bt satisfaction. You will enjoy looking over
on the "Sacred Scriptures;" in thEi i
NO INTEREST-NO TAXES our new books and hundreds of other gifts.
evening the second in the series oi
Advent sermons will be given, this. I until you own the deed. |WM. HARPER .
being on the "Roman." DRS.JJOSEPHINE W. S. BRANCH,
Through the week the Holy Eucharist ORLANDO REAL ESTATE CO. ( HARPEROSTEOPATHS

daily at 7 a. m. Room 2. Watkins Block. The Arcade Book and Music Store

Wednesday, the adult confirmation .." ,." " .,,, ,, .,, ., ,. Oldest Established Orlando Practice In --- - --- --
class at 4 p. m. iMMiMHtteaticMMiiiiiiitiMmiitiimiiiH5c ,...
Friday, meeting of St. Cecilia's! ___ __ _ _ 19 W. Church Street, Up-Stairs
.
Guild, 3 p. m. Choir rehearsal, 7:30p. HtlMMMMIMtHMimtMtCMttMUmtHHIIHThe Consultation and FreeIIIIIIMMHIMIIIIMIMO Examination CRISPETTES 5c i

m.
Saturday,. children's confirmationclass Those delicious Corn Crispettes are being
4 p. m. AltamonteAltamonte AND made, fresh every day, at The Crispette
TO THE ORLANDO GIRLS
Co's Store Pine Street.
The bishop will make his visitationto BOYS: on W.,

the cathedral on Holy Innocents' Springs Florida "EVERYONE TASTES LIKE MORE" : :
day, December 28th. Any persons ,
My Dear Little Friends: ,
desiring to be confirmed at this time : I
If any of you fear you may not
who have not yet handed in their ::t'rO\JV OFE N get a present at Christmas, I wish : THE CRISPETTE CO.
names, are requested to do imme-
so you would write me, giving me your :
diately. / Mostbeautiful spot in all Florida name and address, and the kind of : 12-2-tf 26 W. PINE STREET

Nine miles from Orlando. Every com- present you would like to have. I do .,1.,1.,111,11,1111111111111,1.11,111,1111',11(,..
The plan for the formation of the fort and amusements, Golf, etc. Amongthe not wish to forget any of you.
Confederate Reunion association in Address: ..1111111.111111111111111111.,11111111111.111,111The
tall pines, between two lovely lakes. :
Jacksonville is practically compact SANTA CLAUS,
Cusine and service first-class. Gem The
and the reunion will be made the : Box 432, Orlando, Fla. Antiseptic
greatest ever held. .
Barber Shop .
One hundred -and ten thousand dot- GEO. E. BATES & SON, ProprietorsHltillMIIIMIMtMiMIIMtMltftitlltlllllHMMM: Subscribe for The Daily Sentinel. EVERYTHING NEW AND CLEAN

lars has been offered for the old courthouse '
and site in Dade MMIMtMIOMIIMMHMi' UP-TO-DATE EQUIPMENT 'A
county say Congress hydraulic enameled chairs, keen-edged fa jl inenfj. electric -
the Miami Metropolis. No action has: Automobile for Hire massage and hair dryer. .'' v '.
been taken in the matter. EXPERT WORKMEN : .'

Order grapefruit and orange trees) R READ[ 1 THE[ 0 DAILY f SENTINEL[ [l l0 New Five Passeiger I ladies Shoe-shining and gentlemen.stand for cijrsrs Full: line d.dprtttes.H'kcccs, I .'j'.

n 12-2-tf'''. W. II. Brokaw. salesman.. tlHHMMIMIMMMMIM PHONE 419 | 122 NORTH ORANGE'i" 5 -; i __ ;

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THE DAILY CHARITY WORKERS : ANNUAL CHULUOTA'S NEW HOTEL I QUEER MUSIC The Sentinel is delivered belore
TO AID AUXILIARY !I Have heard ? Those who I
you any
South Florida Sentinel I breakfast every morning except Monday -
: Chuluota, the new townsite on the ;attend the Baraca class this morning
MORNING AND WEEKLY I The members pf the by the Maytown branch of the Florida East will be told of the queerest music. I at ten cents a week.

JtSlAH FERRIS. Editor and Owner. mittee of the Civic the Episcopal Coast railroad, distant about eigh- i I All young men are assured of a ,
-Entered---at the--- -postoffice-- ------1 at Orlando. Flor aid of our townspeople occasion, both teen miles from Orlando, is to inaugurate -'!f hearty 1 welcome and glad hand shakeat I'

ida, as Second Class Mail Matter. ing four destitute and for a decided novelty in the way,I ; the Baraca class. The class is | . . .D. . . , . . . ..
SUBSCRIPTION RATES outskirts of town. of a hotel. It will come from the very much pleased with their new i :
TilE DAILY SENTINEL The effort which was the eager mail order house of Sears, Roebuck :room in the Woman's Civic League j I LL FLORALCOI

Ine Year .. . .. . ... ..'. .. .$5.00 months ago to expand a festive & Co., and will have twentyfiverooms. 1 hall just across the street from the : I
Six Months . .. ... .. .. .. ... 2.50 tee into a well busily trans- It will come "knocked down," Baptist church. I CUT FLOWERSOUR
Three Months ..v. ... .. .. .. .. 1.25 charities," embracing not definitely but"everything will be complete and '
-- from all our churches, be a goodly ready to be put together an derected.It II I The prettiest home in the most : SPECIALTY
SUNDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1913. and county Seminoles. will be a kind of perambulating i attractive surroundings always attracts Phone 2516 TAMPA, FL

,t ponement through of the Chap- hotel and can be taken down and I the most desirable buyer if one '
Circuit court convenes Tuesday, but hence the only fund "Jack- moved elsewhere if it should happen i I ever should decide to sell. A home,
the docket is light. the the the porch Miss that business should I I at Gatlin would always attract a de-I.
summer was sum not turn out
as . ' . . . . . . ..111
o supper held for this bright events flourishing as the owner expects. sirable buyer. It would be half sold : : Iu
Speaking of the cost of living, Orland last spring. who inquired That's almost as good as one of those the day your house is finished. Carl :
nothing else has climbed as rapidlyas ited fund repeated ; was a col! 'concrete houses of Edison's that couldbe I I Jansen has the Gatlin lots for sale. tf I : uto ml

Santa Claus.-Times Union. been gladly met as far poured out in any spot where i it reme
The little fat old rascal has got to but far less effectively work booths, was needed.-Tampa Times. Warman Repairs and Retires Baby :

'i climb. There is no way to get into desire; and now there of home- Carriages on Court street. 12-5-tf I '
the top of a chimney by digging into to meet present calls "fish pond," DONTS FOR THOSE !L: : The oil that has

the ground. For one family in caught fish PLANTING CITRUS TREES \I
o FINE YOUNG stood the supreme -
there urgent need for
Jacksonville's new afternoon paperis Six small children, from. much atten- Don't be so overawed by any one or test
billed to appear tomorrow for the old up, and the parents, Blair Sherrod anything that you will fail to get
first time. Great things are expected a tiny, one-room shack that fier dolly light on the subject from every angleDon't 'bra e fruit brove __
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of it. The is said be an THAT -
plant to the -
bed, without bedding, prettiest. I select a variety unless you
equipped with the newest and best in sufficient food or received the I know it has certain qualities-necessary
printing equipment, and the men be of the younger children ; while the to make it marketable.

ful.hind it are experienced and success- I matron at the Church claimed with- I Don't select a nursery stock of any I Ii For SaleTwenty Good ulf asolinc

pital was kindly Blue," belong i kind unless you know it is budded I
o the sick child in there ) [ most quaint from a tree with a record, a acres with 1,000 bearing
Atlanta is making a determined effort it is hoped that the been the de Don't fail to select trees pedigree'j
to raise a quarter of a million i trees, all in perfect condition, :
some regular work, but ; during her a soil that will insure its
dollars to insure the location of need for all of soil. I
on your located on one of the new brick :
Oglethorpe university there. Most of is almost appalling. The and chocolate Don't fail to get trees from farj I! P. G. WALTON Agt. !
the churches in Floridaare roads. Near Room ,
Presbyterian town. to set
children the in
I are boys, assisting Miss enough up the state to insure
contributing to the endowmentfund Clothing for all, beds Juniors being hardiness. I out 600 more trees and have a
and for that reason much interest with other supplies are Miss Ja Don't overlook the matter of fibrous I PHONES 450.269
is felt in the success of the Atlanta cited and those who can rootsthriItinessstrengthvitality.1Don't nice building site left. Owner

subscription.One istering to these and fail to find out about Con i!' tells us if sold in ten dajs that . ... , ,
o cases of almost equal APPEAL nor's seedless early orange-Connor j
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of the land companies is print- to notify Miss Corinne Prolific Grapefruit-the pure strain) $7,300 takes it. $3,000 cash, and I
ing a boom paper called the Orange ng treasurer of the of Red Pineapple orange.Don't Dr. BucKmaster
News. I balance to suit. For this and
County It is filled with mat-
tee.
the Christ- fail to send for the catalogof i
ter pertaining to the fertility of the
to humanity the man that produces quality other grove bargains see
soil of Orange county, and the sue OCALA DISTRICT and mercy. trees-0. W. Connor-the original Osteopathic Physician
cesses recorded by farmers who are
LEAGUE Connor.
of the
living here and have tried the land m.,5. The OCKLA W AHA NURSERIES, Cooper & Atha 132 Orange Avenue
and know
its
value. All
such publica Ocala is to have a the good of Tangerine, Florida.
tions help the development of the in the form of a district to help i 114 ORANGE AVENUE Next door to People's Bank,
county, and we welcome them. ference. Acute and chronic
Miss Eliza time pays Tickets for the Mendelssohn concert I up-stairs. -

o ficient secretary, of against the Tuesday night are on sale at Orlando Florida diseases treated.Telephone .
Six thousand cases of English eggs here and six other state a deadly mal Estes' Drug Store, Branch's, and I
arrived in this the week
country past icers 578.
will
participate in fund which Curtis & O'Neal's. 2t 12-5-3m. I
and the'prices are going down. Good which will last three this sea-
for old England, but we will take the
the
twelfth
on of
is well un. ...
American eggs on our toast, after the
young people will have the seals hav-
Henglish heggs have brought the of the music, and the
each Christ-

prices whom down. We think occasionally see* vited to be present. This same purpose Unas Gift for His --tne aD

but people we have never we seen are any"too eggs fresh that, meeting trict. Come of this and kind lend in done The a money vast ? Majest

were in the
faulty same way. ment to these enthusiastic for persons

o sle, who are earnest in tuberculosis,
We read and hear so much of the to win "All for Christ. one from the
"high cost of living" in these early
elsewhere in daily Father and mother will supply the baby with enough"jimeracks'make
days of the twentieth century, that H_nnp1".... ..
there is danger of growing pessi- SHOW your gift of a more permanent nature.

mistic. We wlib are privileged to POST 10 G. A. R. NIGHT The following suggestions are only a few of the many

live in this glorious climate should OFFICERS FOR and always articles we are showing in a special baby display.
occasionally follow the wise advice .
The
following officers
and best
from "Thanatopsis"- to serve Post 10 G. A. R. vaude- Gold Rings for tiny 1 nn .l
Go forth, under the open sky, $$1
Un
any
suing year, the election the I U U
And list to Nature's teachings, while appre- fingers r .
from all around- 0 at a meeting held of the entire
J. W. Crotts, P. C. and Chains
; Their annual Lockets
Earth and her waters, and the depthsof q nn
son, S. V. C. G. S. $
; visited is anU u
air- LIUU
Comes a still voice: V. C.; F. A. Curtis, Adjt. People for girl baby necks I

'Do realize the W Kilmer, Sergt.; W. a show of for
you glory of living? Little gold pins
house, Chap.; S. R. can be giv- nf1 .
o H. A. Brenig, 0. G.CATHOLIC low prices little dresses U U lI. an U Un
Hobson may be popular with a ma- r
,
and small
jority of the voters of Alabama, but '.
.
Silver Cups $1.00 and
he is surely unpopular with the news- policy. Don't 0 up

paper men. All the papers below the Second Sunday in tomorrow Come make your selections before the prettiest piecesare
Mason and Dixon line Low Mass and you ever
are pouring the general I
We'Hlay them aside if are not ready to
you
a thrilling gone.
I. hot shot into him with unceasing at 7 a. m.
vigor and sure aim. Occasionally a High Mass and sermon, from the take them. .

man is elected to a public office in Sermon, papal blessing< Bret Harte. -- -
1'0> spite of the opposition of apparently I diction of the Blessed Re- ,

all the newspapers. We have seen 7:30 p. m. nine cents
such instances in the state of Florida The sermons will be opposite A. C.

within the last decade. 'But ordina- Father Devery. The
T. Evans the Jeweler
rily when the press gang all begin o'clock will be "The
pounding a public man's reputation, Mary" The lecture at ,
I
he might as well call himself "Mr. have for its title, "Why I ALLIANCE .

Dennis" and quit the job. The penis olic." This will be the f Avenue) o OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE .
I .: mightier than the political swordof I of the series given by ] and 7:30 p. m., .
the during the mission. No
average politician._ Dyck, a re
o miss it.Monday. China. Rev. EXPERT REPAIRING. AND ENGRAVING

The Ocala and Gainesville papersare December 8th China seven

having some words over the fact the Immaculate or leave of I ..
that the dates for the Marion and B. V. Mary will be a holy I return to his '- - --- -
Alachua county fairs conflicted. The ligation. --
brethren should cease their quarrel Mass, 6 a. m. and 8 a. invited. ,

ing. It probably just happened so. .. .A 1'ru: AT ,
The matter should become the. basisof --

an organization to be known as the -I II I
Florida County Fairs association, SPECIAL
composed of representatives from i
li MILLINERY SALE
XMAS
each county holding a fair. One pur- r HI
pose of the organization would be to
arrange dates so there would be no 1913 Metz Runabout $$115,00 i

conflict side; another attractions would and be exhibits to arrangefor for 1 "Includes Wool Goods, Coats and Coat Suits"


the system stand entire only necessitates.,circuit as the instead present There of are lack for other one of Good Condition r!i iI I The Big Cut at the Right Time


obvious advantages to be gained by !


such co-operation.filE, BIGGEST---0 DAY 5 per cent given for cash on all Tires i Satur a let 6 to Wednesday n s Dec1 m '


Yesterday was one of the "biggest" and Tubes.

days in the history of the mercantile See Circulars and Visit us Early
pursuits in Orlando in quite a while. ,
All lines of and all dealersin
all lines, report splendid sales.

Why the not whole? Orlando-of feouth the Florida best placein in San Juan Garage I Co._ i I .A.EIO N JvES

which to buy, no njatter what your t "
Place"
; want. People, there ore, come from All Night Service The Christmas Shopping
far and near. It's (worth while to
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y esterday from Mansfield, Ohjo, and
I .LUCERNE CIRCLE.

T ,Is YOUR NSER[ will Mr.spend and the Mrs.winter T. H.in Thompson Orlando. ar- BEST FLORIDA PUT SENSE INTQ

r ived yesterday from Brownsville, MADE CIGAR

'a., and located for the winter Ii
are
at 412 South Main street. ; Sold by all dealers, 5 Cents YOURDON'T GIVING
CANDY OF THE SEASON I
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Mr. and Mrs. Geo. E. Quinby arrived -

SWEETS TO LOVE TO LOVERS OF SWEETSYou yesterday from Joplin, Mo., and --
nil spend the season with Mr. and

read in advertisements or on window cards-"Just Urs. J. A. Rogers, 306 West Church Second-hand, Knabe Baby

Received Some Delicious Candies." street, Grand Piano,' in splendid HAVE IT SAID OF A SINGLE GIFT OF \

We truly say, "Just Made in Our Shop," a fine line of There will be great doings at lculloch's condition; fine tone; 500
sweets. Considering quality, our candies are reasonable, I YOURS THAT IT CAN NOT BE USED.
: Department Store on Friday -
cash. Next Woman's Exchange
-
being sold direct from our sanitary shop to your home. December 12th. Ask the womenf
No jobbers, railroad or express' company affects our the Civic League about it. No. 7, Church St. I A SAFE GUESS FOR A GOOD FRIEND IS FOOT- ;

prices. The Thursday morning services at H. Montgomery Smith. I WEAR. LOTS OF THINGS HERE THAT WILJ. \
We make all our candies and guarantee our goods to I ,
the Hospital chapel have been resumed -
be fresh, pure; delicious; of highest quality and reason the Rev. Alfred A. Rickert i :, MAKE A HIT-FROM DRESS SHOES AND DANCING

able prices. :officiating. The services begin, tilL MUSIC TODAY ATMETHODIST I

"The City's Largest Retail Candy Manufacturers" further notice, at ten o'clock precise- SERVICES :. PUMPS TO LOOSE AND EASY HOUSE SLIPPERS

ly.
Morning anthem, "Ten Thousand : FOR "PA," OR ROUGHING IT BOOTS FOR A BOY.
The frame is for Mr.
up Phillip .
Times Ten Thousand" (Emerson) '
1 Slemons' new residence on North Or- At night there will be special mu-

BUTT'S KNDY KITCHEN[ ange avenue, and it gives the appear- sic for the lady speakers. The an- .

ance of being a roomy and commo- them will be "Abide With Me" (Earn- E. G. DUCKWORTH, Feet Fitteii"The
dious home. The work is done
being by). Miss Eliza Wright will sing .
by the day and Phil is his own boss.
two especially pretty solos which will Style You Want .in the Size You Need." ,
"The Home of Lovers of fine music will enjoy the' repay any one to come and hear. Accompanying -

Quality"I program at the Presbyterian church the anthem Mr. Curry IMM5MMMItHMtMmiMilMHHHiliiMMMM lfil

iilllHilMtimiilHHH'WADE '. . . I this evening. In addition to the reg- also has a very effective solo.

ular anthem by the choir, Prof. For-
I Ia GREAT IMPROVEMENTS ATLLEX'S Take your repairing to Warrrj.n on
Your Xmas not complete without rest Dabney Carr will sing the formation -1 CHILDREN INVITED TO
.\ JEWELRY STORE Court street. 1 '-5.tf
fresh box of Huyler's Candy. scene, "Now Heaven tin Fullest WRITE SANTA CLAUS !
Great improvements have been completed -i
Leave order at McElroy, the drug.gist's Glory Shone," from Hay dn's "Crea- I
THE TUNER 30 years established. 12-4-4t tion." Santa Claus is beginning to receive at the jewelry store of Allen i FOR RENT-Three-room furnished
ORLANDO.FLA. & Co. The windows have been re I cottage, Concord Park, near Orange
The C. W. Park Dramatic company, Mr. P. E. Hutchinson, of Gaines- requests for presents from his little j modelled and new gas fixtures have I avenue. $10 monthly. Apply next
here winter, has been playingto Orlando friends. If there are any: door to Mrs. Morey, -102 Colonial
every ville, the clever representative of been installed, and the entire front j
who would like to share with Drive. 12-7.1t
big crowds every night this weekin Burger & Baumgard, New York, is persons of the store has been changed and
him the privilege and pleasure of carrying I
Griffing Brothers' trees, roses and their immense canvas tent theater among the prominent Floridians reg- made new. The new front with the Eat what want
sunshine to these little hearts you
,
ornamental, give results. 12-2-tf I near the old railway station.DeLand istered at the San Juan. Mr. Hutch- display of new goods, comprising pre- I Eat all you want.
and will him card
they postal
drop a
Messrs. L Pike'and C. Goolsby, Record. inson came to Orlando to see his cious stones, silver novelties, cut Take a postscript and forget i it.
(Box 432)), he will call to see them. J For sale all I
by
represented Zellwood in Orlando ) Mrs. J. 0. Xeill presented the friend, Mr. Joseph Dawson, who has glass, hand painted china and the druggists.
'es-I I I To make a glad boy or girl helps to' llSOdHlmFOR
terday. Daughters of the American Revolution been connected with the same firm like, make this one of the most attractive
I a beautiful bunting flag at their for several -' make a good man or woman. i stores in Florida.
Sale years.J.
Do not forget the Kimono i SALE-At a bargain, fine almost -
starting tomorrow at Boardman's"Store meeting yesterday afternoon. This H. Reese, editor of the Orlando --- new upright piano; owner
is vitrified
I Orange to
county use Double Breasted Suits at and and sell also
gift will be greatly appreciated by Boys' leaving town must ; other
of Satisfaction. ItI I the members of.the Orlando chapter. Sentinel, spent the week-end here brick on the principal public roads of below cost, as long as they last. J. C. I household goods. 416 E. fhirch
Mr. E. E. Wheeler, of Erie, Pa., is i with his mother and sister. Joe Hugh that county. She recently bonded fora Anno, the Boy Clothier. 12-G-3w I street. 12 7-6t

among the late arrivals at the San Cash Registers. Warman fixes 'em fa's Orlando is buiding up so rapid. half million for the purpose, and is
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Juan. on Court street. 12-5-tf ly that he frequently finds people living now agitating the proposition for the

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Mrs. S.D. Banks and Mr. Henry a was construction of such a road from
Banks, prominent winter visitors at Miss P. L Long and Mrs. E. M. Selly tween the time he 'left the Sentinel I Jacksonville to Tampa. Such a road I

Maitland, were visitors to Orlando motored to Orlando yesterday from office in the early morning and re- would pass through Volusia, either to Loan
yesterday.A Tavares and spent several hours enjoying turned that evening.-Kissimmee Valley via Seville and DeLand to the Harden Money

dainty gift-a Kimono-take full the sights of the city. Gazette.C. ferry, or along the present coast line

advantage of the sale starting tomor-I Rev. C. B. Wetherell, pastor of the M. Brodwater was in the cityyesterday road. Either way it will take a half
Christian and Missionary Alliance from Orlando million dollars to accomplish the
row at the "Store of Satisfaction. mingling a . .
:Messrs. B, L Griffin, T. N. Butner branch> m Orlando, left Thursday for business and pleasure trip. Mr. Brod- work, but it would- -be worth -it in- the Loans in sums of $500 to $3000 ion j

San Antonio, Texas, to hold a seriesof to end, and succeeding generations '
water
and Wm. Tucker, of Ocoee, were bus- came Tampa Thursday even-
iness transactors at the county capi- meetings, and will probably be absent ing, registering at the Royal. lIe would pay the debt together with the IMPROVED INSIDE property for
for about two weeks. stated that Orlando is new capital and new population it
making rapid
tal yesterday. would bring to the And a term of FIVE Principal :
When you contemplate getting mar- strides in municipal improvementsand county. years.
Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Cary and son,
ried you first satisfy yourself that that the city better comparatively, the debt would be a
and Mr. A. W. Cary, of Glenn Falls, grows every small one.-Volusia Record. and interest payable in monthly !
the particular girl you have in mindis day in this line. Hundreds of tour- County ;
N. Y., are pleasantly located for the
the only one you want. When you ists are already there for the season I i instalments.
Winter at 700 Broadway. :
see those Gatlin lots you will want and more are coming day by day.- KEYSTONE SUNDAY DINNER )
Call at McElroy's Pharmacy for them all. Jansen will fix it for you Tampa Tribune. Fifty Cents r

free Safety Starr Razor blade; will when your choice is made. 12-5-tf Cream of Tomato Soup s. -r
fit Gem Jr. and Ever-ready razors. Celery Green Onions -
The regular meeting of the Orlando NO MORE HUNTING Combination Salad
12-4-4t .
Equal Suffrage League will be held AROUND ORLANDO Turkey with Oyster Dressing I " " ' "w&1
Mr. George Marshall and sister, Wednesday morning at 10 o'clock at I Cranberry Sauce
Mrs. W. J. Fabraham, who are spending Petit Pois Steamed Rice
Unity Chapel/- All those interested in It will not be necessary, for you Mashed Irish Potatoes .' . . .
'
the winter at their home near the cause of equal suffrage are invited men who are hunting for the right Candied Yams
the visitorsto place to purchase your winter suit, to
Altamonte
were among to be Macaroni and Cheese
present. hunt further than "around the
Orlando yesterday any Creamed Cauliflower Anderson Automatic ScaleIn
Among Orlando's winter residents corner" where the Hammond & Bunch Cake Ice Cream
Warman Sells, and Fixes Bicycles, returning last night were Mr. and Company are selling "some suits."
en Court street. 12-5-tf Displayed in their large front windowis First Class Condition
Mrs. Meade Miss Devine Mr.
George quite a range of the newest pat- IMPORTANT
)lr. and Mrs. C. E. Graham, who and Mrs. Stewart and son, Mr. and terns, well tailored, in both conserva- Educate for business. i

own a beautiful winter home on Lu- Mrs. Gilbert Carpenter, and the tive and English Models, in value Patronize home institutions."It Oil TankHolds :
worth to and NOW pays to investigate.
cerne Circle, arrived yesterday from Messrs. Densmore, of Glenn Falls, up $27.50, theyare Show Card Writing and
all $15.00 the suit. A liberal reduction -
Greenville, S. C. They are for the N. Y. featuring their progressive I Penmanship a Specialty. 100 Gallons
present stopping at the San Juan. ORLANDO BUSINESS COLLEGE.
See Gatlin before you buy a lot in policy. 12-7-lt .
In all sizes-and at all pricesandto any of the numerous suburbs of the ------- -
The above too small for
meet every pocket. The Sale of: city. It is the prettiest and most at- Eat what you want. iiiiiiiiMllliiiiiiiiiiiCOAL are our rap-

dainty Kimonos at the "Store of Sat- tractive spot within reach of Or- Eat all you want. WOOD COKE :
isfaction," commencing tomorrow. lando. 12.5tfIr. Take a postscript and forget it. id increasing business, and we Had to
For sale by all drug ists.I .
Senator J. E. Buxton was welcomed ) and Mrs. Gus Culp will close ll-30-d&w-lm Charcoal ; replace them with larger Will sell

in Orlando yesterday from Middleton their home on Margaret street tomor-

Springs, Vermont, where he spent the row and leave for their old home i in\ LUTHER THE FLORIST Turpentine Chips, | them at a low price for cash.

summer. The genial senator is now Andover, Pa.Ir.. Culp has not been Fence Posts

at his hospitable home on: Lucerne enjoying the best of health lately Cut Flowers

Circle. ... and it is hoped he will be benefitedby l ROSES VIOLETS : (Oi'huiidoT0J) \ ( Yard i
,
Tickets for the' Mendelssohn con- the change. I THE SANITARY GROCERY

eert Tuesday night are on sale at For trees see W. H. Brokaw. Office CARNATIONS, PANSIES, B. W. KINGSLEY, Proprietor

Estes' Drug Store, Branch's, and opposite postoffice. Phone 267,, POTTED PLANTS Phone 344 104 W. Pine St. CARUTHERS & GORE

Curtis & O'Neal's. 2t 12-2-tf MMMIIMMIIMIIMIMli's ,'I h

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MOTION PICTURES it's best. There are six Fords sold Bath Robes Full Dress Sets

Coats Combination Sets
House
to one 01 any other car. 'Twouldbe I I
Pictures Changed Daily. Collar Bags Tie Racks
hard to find a more convincing Cases
Fancy Vest Traveling

MUSIC Furnished RegularlyBy reason why you should own one. The best line of Neckwear ever brought to

s lando. or-I
NEWELL'SORCIIESTRAFIRST
lot of Silk Hose pai'r.
Six Touring Cars will arrive next Special at 25C per .

SHOW, tI ,,7.15 P.M week. Place your order now. Come and look our stock over. ;

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SECOND SHOW, 8il5 P.M Let us help you make a selection. r

F. G. RUSH,

Phone 226 SCRUGGS & DICKSONj
Admission 5 and 10 cents

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. RESOLUTIONS orders are given careful attention, FOR SALE, CHEAP-Second-hand ROOMS FOR RENT for light housekeeping .. HiiliMHillllllHMMIHItlilHHIMMilijlimilt"New ; ; ;

f On the Resignation of Rev. Preston large or small. Our prices are rea- Underwood typewriter; good condition -I' with all conveniences. 301
' A. N. Goodwin at Overstreet E. Pine
" street. 12-3-1m
Bojd sonable, considering the quality of Crate Co.'s office. j
12-6-tf Goods
Whereas, for the past two months, workmanship and material used. FOP RENT-Large, well furnishedroom Arriving Daily. Latest
FOR SALE-I have two hundred to persons wishing suburban
Rev. Prseton Boyd has served our If you are not already a customerof
strands of well seasoned pine,most- accommodations; also 2 acres good Patterns in
church, the First Baptist church of the Sentinel a trial order will con- ly large timber. I will deliver full truck land, close in. Good opportunity -

Orlando, as associate pastor; and vince you of all we say. Call on us rands in Orlando at $2.25. Writeme for right person. Address "A," :

Whereas, Brother Boyd resignedhis or call us by phone.A. R. F. D. 1, or leave order with Sentinel. 9-8tf _. Ladies Dress
Dickson & Ives. J. Goods
W. Gaines.
of the Emmanuel ,
former
pastorate -
12-3-lwk FOR RENT-Small house; also five :
Baptist church of this city in or- D. Galbraith, D. V. S., the apartments of three rooms each; Men Women Gulden's
[ der that by so doing he might help to erinary surgeon, located at nt-I FOR SALE new four-flat house, Xo. 301 E .Liv ,
43 acres, located three miles north- ingston Ave., now completed; all con- :
consolidation of the
bring about the Mathers' livery stable. Phone
west of Orlando, on S. A. L. R. R., at veniences; Wilton rugs, kitchen cab- Muslin and Knit Underwear -
two churches. Brother Boyd has displayed 11-13-tf. I IPEOPLE'S Fairvilla Station, on Lake Fairview; inets, both gas and wood stoves, en-

a magnanimous and Christian lake front near station; young grape- tmel sinks, brass beds, electric porta-
spirit, in thus seeking the welfare of' !fruit and orange grove; land about bles. Call owner, 16 W. LivingstonAve.
the denominational work in this com- WANTS1MUNNIMAKERS half citrus fruit and half vegetable; 1 -7-lt Boys School Suits
!8-room house, barn; ideal winter
munity, rather than his own personal I ![home, right near Country Club. Ad- ---- -

interests; and :dress W. T. Chapman, owner, R. F. D. MISCELLANEOUS :,
Whereas he has tendered his :I No. 2, Orlando. ll-27-lm-d&w
now I Notices of Lost, Wanted For Sale For i McCULLOCH'SDEPARTMENT
Rent, etc., for this column 23c for one day '
resignation as associate pastor, to EOc fir three days, or 75c for one week, for i HORSE FOR SALEI EVERYTHING NEW for Xmas at :
take up his labors for the Master infields j 25 words or less. Money must accompany have a large family horse, nine the Evans Parlors, No. 100 North .

where he may be led by the I I I I the insertions advertisements will be made for on this credit.column as no.!!I years old, that I wish to sell, and Main. Phone 125. 1-26-tf : STORE

Divine Hand; therefore, buggy and harness. The horse will LOST-A small red book ..
,
I memoran-
I work anywhere. Will have this
Be it resolved: First, that we ex FOR SALE I I'I. erty here next Wednesday. Apply prop-to dum. Finder leave at this office : ? < i

tend to Brother Boyd our sincere'. J. A. Rowe, Davis & McNeill building. and receive reward. 12-3-3t.

thanks and appreciation for his faith-I'''I.'FOR form.SALE-Acme 405 South Lake adjustable St. 12-l-6t dress!! 12-6-3t WANTED. Call at good Sentinel fivepassengerFord. office. : : Next Door to Evan's Jewelry Store : :
and
ful service among us, our 12-7-3t : I

wishes for the future FOR SALE-A good horse. Gus C. FOR RENT LOST-A French poodle doh,answer !...H III' I e . ," t I1III 'I 1 r ...t . t e t .H-H-U
himself and his wife, and may the 1 1f .I Schultz, Formosa, Fla. 12-2-lm I I I, to the name of Chance. Reward if ,

f Messing of God rest on his labors in,FOR SALE-House and lot also lots NEATLY FURNISHED ROOM, for i returned to No. 9 E. Livingston Ave. ,'

the new field where he may be lo-I on Broadway, Amelia avenue; and quiet couple; breakfast if desired; 12-7-tf

cated. private family. 202 E. Robinson Ave. .. .
Summerlin street. Mrs. Norman Robinson ..
t WANTED-A second-hand buckboardor ., ,
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Second, that these resolutions be 301 Concord avenue. 11-27-lm
.. the church HOUSE FOR RENT on the east end light spring wagon. Caruthers / ( f '
the minutes of
spread in & Gore. 12-3-3t .
FOR SALE-Anything in Florida of Lake Ivanhoe, furnished or un-
that a copy be given to Brother in lloyd the Real Estate. Orange County Realty furnished. 12-3-3t FOR RENT-Well furnished rooms''I J4/J j HOT WATER1WHEN n,
and that the same be published Company. 11-12-lm - -- --- -
FOR RENT-Seven room house, fur- in modern home, near in; electric i> J v )
local papers of Orlando. nished. lights, bath, hot and cold water i .,,, c
FOR in Florida Apply 502 South Lake St. ; large | ,,I
SALE-Anything ,
Respectfully submitted, 12-4-tf front room with fireplace. 114 East jh,
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Real Estate. Orange County Realty .. ( c
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Tucker A. B. John- Jackson St. 12-G-3t
(Signed) J. H. Company. 11-12-lm I 'o'w; .. -1.; .

son, A. J. Mosteller, Geo. W. Phillips, FURNITURE for five rooms TO; RENT-Complete reasonable price. FINE SPORT FISHING at Oakland,II'' .,:" ; t .
t FOR SALE OR RENT-House, six r .( ;
Sam'l.! A. Newell, A. W. Barlow, 0. N. rooms and bath all improvements Inquire at this office. 12-G-lt Fla. Motor boats and fish boats )\ i : ( YOU
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Larson, M. E. Weeks. for rent by Paul Rhodey. Phone orders I ; ilt > :
East South street. Apply J. G. ,
:: The above resolutions were adopted on Manuel, city. 12-l-l\\k EIGHT ROOM FURNISHED house; to A. J. Willis & Co.'s store. 'J 1 I 'f! il'I I r

f by the First Baptist church of Orlando gas and electric lights; 205 E. Livingston 11201m. ) f!' \. i? WANT ITpOSSIBLYyou
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Ave., on Lake Eola. 12-7-Ct r .
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FOR SALE-A large bungalow and I .. :
t. Florida, this 3rd day of De- Artistic photographs for Xmas at j. \ "0; / :
cember 1913. A. J. Stevenson, Clerk. lot on North Orange avenue. Price FOR RENT the Evans Parlors, No. 100 N. Main. /j ," l'l't'.' :I,t I I \.. _r/.7', : -
: reasonable. Address or call on Rolla To one or two young i .._-' ,,,.,,.,
N men of good habits, peasant front Phone 25. 11-15-tf i' f : .
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Reel at the Steam Laundry. 1119tfDON'T i '
"TIlE MAX WHO DOES room in refined family. Address A. B., I Ili, \, ,'': tf\' \ : ; ; A do not knowthat
care Sentinel. 11-30-lw WANTED Position \ t1"!"
as dairyman
( NOT ADVERTISE Photos DELAY now at, but the get Evans your Parlors Xmas, several years' experience; by mar-;I l"l\I\ \ \ : I. F an unlimited

t one block north of court house. Phone FOR RENT-Furnished rooms, with ried man. Call on or address L II. .. \ \\\ i ." 11./ ll 1r/t{ I'l. supply of hot
1i i t- Simply because his grandfather did 125. 11-26-tf' electric lights, bath and yard; four Jarrett, 205 West Pine St. 11-29-tf tzl' f r': water-hot water
.blocks from 7 W. Robinson
ppstotfice. -
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not, ought to wear knee breeches and --I
FOR SALE-New, inexpensive, mod-i: avenue, city 12-6-3t LOST-A rope gold watch chain, be- when you want it-hot as long as you want it-is
a queue. The man who does not advertise I'i tween Bank and Trust Co. .' F.
and S
l ern two-story house; five rooms, now inexpensively obtained without any further
because it costs money, should bath and sleeping porch. Apply 207, FOR RENT-New furnished rooms in Foundry. Return to Sentinel and receive -
t f quit paying rent for the same rea- America street. 11-19-lml 1 I,|I new modern home; every convenience reward. 12-4-3t thought than you give to turning on
; kitchenette if desired; reason- or off the gas light. Unless have
son. The man who does not advertise I you
FIVE PASSENGER AUTOMOBILE able. 14 E. Amelia avenue, next door ARTISTIC Photography for Xmas
f because he tried it and failed, ; seen or heard about the wonderful
new mechanical condition; $575 cash,]'to the Wyoming. 12-4-lwk now. The Evans Parlors, one block t
F should throw away a cigar because or equity in city lots. Box ';33, city.I''I -- --- - -- north of Court house. Phone 125.. '
t the light went out. The man who 12-4-41 I FOR RENT-Rooms, with or without ll-2G-tf Ruud Automatic
board; newly furnished; large, cool
l does not advertise because he does FOR SALE-Almost new upright i verandas; all conveniences; nothing WANTED-Work by four reliablemen. Gas Water Heaterthis

i not know how himself, ought to stopeating piano, two princess dressers, Ax-i I better in Florida. Terms reasonable. Will accept positions together -

t because he can't cook. The .minster- art square. Must be sold at'401 West street. 12-7-6t or otherwise. Experienced and sounds like pretty big claim,but like
i man who does'nt advertise because once. Bargain. 305 E. Church St.!!FOR RENT-Well furnished can give best of reference. AddressM. all ingenious deuces, it is extremely simple. 1MIIHIIIIillMIHIItlll
12-6-3t rooms N. 0. Sentinel office.
12-5-31 The Ruud is usually installed in the base-
; somebody said it did not pay, ought 1 for light housekeeping; bath, hot ------ - -
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't to believe the world is round because !FOR SALE-New residence, 409! Anderson -! and cold water; electric lights and WANTED-Everybody to know that mere act of turning on any hot water faucet -
r the ancients said it was flat." I street. Terms, half down,I.telephone; close in. 312 N. Main St. now is the time to plant citrus starts the heater in operation. The water "'
balance two years time. Inquire on - \ trees, rose bushes, and plants of all is heated instantly-pure, unlimited hot '
t, premises afternoons, or E. H. Gore, len kinds, and that I have a very large water, fit to drink as it is to bath in. Closing
PRINTING DONE BY PRINTERS Caruthers & Gore Sanitary Grocery, FOR RENT-Furnished house, and varied stock of the best varieties. the faucet turns off the gas in the heater-
6 and 8 E. Pine St. 11-29-lm I! oroms and sleeping porch; centrally "Bill" Speer, 406 South Hughey St. without a moment's waste of fuel.
i located suitable for either one or ry
; 11-2!> GtWilY
Printing is not a trade but an art, FOR SALE two families. Address F. G. Rush, See the Ruud Operated at the Cat Office 1!

'L as followed in the Sentinel job rooms. I City. ll-2G-tf
1 Five-room bungalow, with bath and PAY exorbitant rent or board?
In matters bordering on art, as job sleeping porch. 506 Lexington St., FOR RENT-Four-room furnished Why not buy a little home? Buy
work is done here, the question is not Concord Park. Lot. 67x230 feet. cottage, one block off Orange ave- it of the owner and save the agent's Orlando Water & Light CompanyGAS

1 how cheap, but how good. The printed 12-1-lmo. nue, in Concord Park; $15 per month. commission. Address B., Box 178.

word or line should be more thana FOR SALE ,Inquire at 706 West Amelia avenue. 11-30-lm. DEPARTMENT
12-7-3tFOR
smear or smudge or a streak. House and grove at Fair Villa, 13 WANTED-To exchange a vacant lot

We are completely equipped to do acres, of which three acres are young RENT-Large room, with two on Concord avenue, Orlando, for a
i just what we say, having the newest budded grapefruit; borders lake;I I beds; suitable for two gentlemen; five-passenger car, Ford ot. Overland
and best type faces, up-to-date ma-I I house of 8 rooms; good barn; attractive I also front room with use of kitchenif preferred 1913 or 1914 model; must
winter home. Apply at this office. desired, with private family. 302 be in A-No. condition. J. 0. Evans,
chinery and skilled workmen, and all I 11-15-lm


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I We 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 $


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


appreciation of your past dealings with us by giving you:; genuine -


bargains on every item in our store.





Kincaid &, Sno wden





. FURNITURE, STOVES, RUGS, Etc.




Cor Main and Pine Streets Orlando, Florida








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ARCADE. RESTAURANTSunday ;V '

"THE CAR WITH A CONSCIENCE"i Dinner 11.30 to 2 p.m. Price 50 Cents.

Prompt and Courteous Attention Given to all Patrons. S


i I IL MENUChicken

: Broth with Rice

Lettuce. Tomatoes

Short Ribs of Beef Brown Sauce

'Model Roast Turkey Oyster Dressing Cranberry Sauce

Banana Fritters Creamed Potatoes

43 Chassis: Five-passenger touring car. Wheel base is 116 inches; double drop frame. Steamed Rice String Beans I
Motor 41-4 x 51-4; four cylinders, cast in pairs; unit power plant; cone clutch; selective type transmission Vanilla Ice Cream
; German silver "V" shaped radiator, square tu.. type; Stromberg carburetor; full floating rear
axle: New Departure bearings; tires, 35 x 41.2; Improved Delco electric starting, lighting and ignition Chocolate Sauce Cake
system. Gasoline capacity, 21 gallons, tank carrIed at rear, pressure feed; Standard demountable rims;
10 inch upholstering; nickel trimmings; body, steel; colors: blue or gray, Mack running gear. Price Tea Coffee :Milk
fully equipped: Touring car, $1,875 delivered. Other models $1,150 to $3,000.



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COLLINS ELECTED TO IIEAD WANTS GOVERNMENT TO I DON'T LOSE A DAY
UNITED CIGAR STORES CO. RAISE PRINTERS' WAGES ,
I With tenantless property on your la'.IIIII. .,
New York, Dec. 5.-H. II. Collins, Washington, Dec. 5.Recommendation -I hands. Sentinel advertising is as important -
director and manager of the United for increased wages for employesof to you as it is to the biggest
Cigar Stores company, will be the the government printing office merchant in town. tmiiMmfHHimiMm''f' | l I 'MHsmiiMHneMiimi g
head of the new corporation which amounting to about $83,000 a year, is Ii No desirable property need remain .11 II 111111111 11111111 I lIufiU'; ;i : 'wLcoL| | [ [];1:' :*.11.1111111111111111111111.|
will be formed to take over and hold contained in the annual report of* tenantless for very long. No desir-
the Ricker-IIegeman company, the j Cornelius Ford, public printer. It is!able property, attractively advertised, MttiumjiMii
stock of which has been acquired by:contemplated to increase the pay of j j ever does stand vacant for many days.
George J. Whelan and his associates. compositors and bookbinders from 50 One would suppose that every property
Collins has been selected the head to 55 cents an hour and of the book-I owner, and every real estate
because, according to the directors of!binder machine operators from 55 to: agent, knew this fact by this time. OrlandovTater
the United, his methods were those,160 cents an hour. A general increase,I I I' But the most obvious facts are i
which increased the business to its however is not recommended. learned but slowly-sometimes only I
present volume. He also created the t after long continued losses of rent i dz Light Oo. i
United Shield Red Band around the OCILLA, GA., CLAIMS income-by some over-conservative = i
top of the company's store windows FREIGHT RATES HIGH people.
and the style of dressing. the win- )I There are property owners in this Electricity
dows. Washington, Dec. 5.-The city city who would not, under any circumstances -
Ocilla, Ga., today filed with the Inter I "lose a day" in commenc-
SHOW AT LUCERNE GOOD state Commerce Commission allega- :ing a Sentinel want ad. for tenants. Gas Water Ice
:tions that it was suffering from a i;But they are not apt to preach that
Good, better and best is the orderof burden of excessive and discriminatory -|doctrine to others. They simply ap-
things going on at the popular freight rates to and from all i ply it to their own affairs, letting
Lucerne theater. The Cooke Players -,points in the country. Its petition is the other folks know by experience. Office---No. 18 West Central Avenue
made enjoyment last night for a directed against practically all of the I
large audience. They will close their I I Southern railroads, and demand is Miami's new city high school will
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week's engagement tonight with the made that the rates generally be ad- be erected between Ninth and Tenth Telephone
"Bashful Baby," a tabloid, two vau- justed on"an equitable basis. streets, on Avenue H, facing the city
deville acts and Mr. Cooke will repeat park to the westward and overlookingthe
by request his banjo playing. WOOD COAL AND ICE Miami river. This is said to be a
This, with unusually good photoplays splendid site.Subscribe umiiMiiiniintiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiniiiniiiiiMiiiiiiM,
insures an especially fine pro- Wood, $1.50 strand up. Hand's,
gram. Coal Yard, phone 566. 9-31-tf for The Daily Sentiirel.


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As owner intends to leave for Europe. This is a rare chance for a ready

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. buyer to pick up big bargains for cash or terms from one to ten years.



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elegant residence on plot 7+;X123 facing Lake Eola with or- Five lots on Ruth Avenue, between Broadway and Lockhart

ange, grapefrait and, tangerine trees The house contains 10 rooms, j Avenues, each 66x138.

kitchen and bathroom included, garage and summer kitchen. The ;

house is in first class condition and can be bought with or without \
furniture but must be seen to be appreciated. Wide commodious j One lot 66x138 on Livingston Avenue, between Broadway and
verandas, partly.screened. Lockhart A. second block from Magnolia.

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Nine room house with fivelarge closets and large pantry, kitchen Five lots on Milwaukee street, half block from Lake Lucerne

'and bathroom included in a A-No.: i condition on a plot 60x130 with ; 60x150 or by 310. All sidewalks laid on all the properities.

orange trees, half block from Lake Eola.

One of the best farms in the county 200 acres, with good build
One lot 75x123, one block from Court House, facing Lake Eola ing, furniture, stock and tools included. A very rare opportunity to

with orange, grapefruit, tangerine and kumquat trees. make money. Will gladly show any or all of these properties and

will sell in bulk or also receive offers for any part of it. Please call at

Four lots 60x150 East Central Avenue, facing Lake Eola, in your earliest convenience as all this property must be sold at an
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The Saturday Card club
o- was prettily -
entertained by Mrs ,LeRoy Giles :;
yesterday, one table of guests, and
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were present. v ( ( {..t\ .{ \ )
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,i, the close of the afternoon Mrs. .,\ i ;)
f, Giles, assisted by Mrs. Wister, Miss
Mary Robinson and Mrs. Weathersbee 'fl IE J I OM' :

served a dainty salad course to ] enforcement of lavand order tilro'force
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.the guests, among whom were Miss ==

THESTATE Mollie Ray, Miss Ada Bumby, Miss ._ of arms.
Margaret Hart, Miss Ruth Mcllvain,
l and Mesdames Edwards, Fort, Sylvan -== THE! MUM{ :

and Merle McElroy\ Brittain, Lee '-- .
I BANK Miller and Harriet Miller. }}y experimental stations, and free reports

of t mir discoveries.

THE ROUND TABLE A

NEWLY ORGANIZED CLUB .1 fI'i "t.1 rJ''l Ui1..& ..!, I
: of Orlando "The Round Table" is the name ofa =
tty compulsory education, and conservation
new club, organized at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stanley, on Ame- of natural resources.FINANCE .
1893
: lia street, last Friday evening. Al-

though not yet completed, the pro- _ TJ I IE :
gram outlined for the club includes
LONG: ESTABLISHEDSAFE some interesting study work, which 3Jy direct supervision[ of specific Lanks and

t will be a source of much benefit as ill- only those banks are permitted to Lc called '
: well as enjoyment. Among the charter -
CONSERVATIVE members are Mr. and Mrs Mah "National" banks and to 'keep government

d ACCOMMODATING4iimillliMIMIMMIIIItHlilMMMMIIMMIiiil Ion Gore, Rev. Mary Safford, Rev funds on (1ej osit.
'r Eleanor Gordon, Miss Hainer, Dr.
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1 Mrs. Stanley, Mr. and Mrs. Victor
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: Club.Tuesday .
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: Dec. 9th-

I: Maury-Rand wedding. .3 '? p "11 is a pleasure to serve you."
Regular meeting of the Sorosis ,i
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MRS. J. 0. NEILL ENTERTAINED ip I YOUNG PRESBYTERS HAVE Mrs Abernethy hostess for Bow- " ''' '",'", ',' ... ,'I,,, "', ,f,I.' .. ., ,,, '' !, "'.,', ..Ii "','I,.',I""';I>":,...- ,
I p LOCAL CHAPTER D. A. R. SUPPERT LECTURE ROOM Knot Club.Mendelssohn. -'llli ii''jlllll"1:: !'!\! ;;::" ,' ,\\1:;',;::'1:!!4,::,.' ,:"' '." "''I i, ',. ,: I : I ' .':, :,i>, II" "., i",', I:: ,:
Club concert at the ',: :" !: :: "" I (;.

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locachapter' young men of the Presbyterian Sunday Wednesday, Dec. 10th- ... . . . . . .. . . . . , " " lililii *
the American Revolution met yes school, 'Wednesday Card Club, at Mrs. E. .. . .I. J. " , , +
last
a nightat
gave supper
terday afternoon at the home of Mrs. :
the lecture room of the church J. Temple's, South Lake street.
Joseph 0. Neill, on West street, with
after the Meeting of the Equal Suffrage
attending picture show at
: twenty-seven members and several WELL'S
the Grand. League. 'fI
; visitors in attendance. Although the
President Dolive Meeting of Unity Circle. I
George presided,
sixth day of December, this meeting
Civic League dance, Elks' halt
and called the members
was held on the porch, not an on and guests
,unusual circumstance open in our genial for toasts and speeches. There were Thursday, Dec. llth-

clime, but difficult to realize as truth, many bright and witty responses. Tie "Gentlemen's Evening" at the Ros- R I
I not fiction, by our Northern friends principal speech of the occasion was alind. 1tpno us m val 1iII l

with associations.whom this month holds wintry I I II given Among by :Mr.those Newton present P.were Yowell.Messrs. Friday Meeting, Dec.of 12th-the Young Matrons'

N. P. Yowell Card Club.
Much business was transacted and George Dolive, Sidney
Newell John Saturday, DK. 13th-
plans were discussed for the state P Branham, Robert
meeting which is to be held here in Lewter, William Spell, Kirby Douglas .Saturday Auction Bridge Club.
February, a letter regarding this, Orley Lobean, Fitzhugh Dade, K. Saturday Card Club. Begins Monday Dec. 1st
,
: Richard I
from the state president, Mrs. Glen- McQuarters, Yowell, Payton
Musselwhite\ Joe \Iusselwhite and CALL FOR ROSE BUSHES
ville C. Frissell, of Miami.
Two new members, Mrs. Laubach Joe Ferris, Jr. All persons having ordered rose and lasts 30 days
and Mrs. Phillips, were present for The spread was bountiful and well bushes from the Junior Civic League)
the first time, receiving a rising vote served, and the young men enjoyed a are requested to call for same Monday
full evening. morning; December 8th, at the
of welcome; and two more memberswere
elected. side porch of the San Juan hotel. Every article in this mammoth |

The program feiven was greatly en- MRS. RUSH ELECTED Prompt payment will be appreciated .

joyed by all present.An VICE-PRES. CIVIC LEAGUE by the committee, as they wish to i stock reduced.
excellent paper on President close the account as soon as possible

Pierce, by Mrs. Cheney, was one of; A called meeting of the Civic Mrs. James Laughlin III. will bin e
League was held in the Tea Room charge during the absence of the
the features
interesting as was an- Don't fail'to the Aero-Plane Ascension
see |
afternoon chairman.
other on the history of Massachu- 'yesterday to action the res
setts, by the hostess, Mrs. Neill, this ignation of Mrs. J. C. Patterson, who MRS. II. L BEEMAN,
latter including some quaint old has so ably served as vice-president. Chairman Junior Civic League, it will play every day next week, |
verses. It was with deep regret that this

Mrs. Schuller gave a reading which resignation was accepted, Mrs. Pat BOY WANTED I the weather permitting from the top ofT
was received with close attention. terson being such an enthusiastic Apply at Marion B. Ives' store ,

Papers on New Hampshire and worker, and one of the founders of Must beat store all da). 12-7-t



singing meeting Connecticut be held"America adjourned with were Mrs.postponed', all its S.standing next a, and Robinsonthe sessionto ,after the the fill Mrs.the the league.J.vacancy.A organization D. Rush. the, was first elected presidentof to, FAVORITE"Bewitched 3-Big THEATER Matches"Reels-3(Eclair MONDAY). The T N w Y W II-nll (i WHt Id's s sc Blli1th i [.


motion was made and carried
first Saturday in January. most weirdly mystifying trick pi -
that any officer or chairman who is
tore ever produced. A real scientific
BAND CONCERT absent from three consecutive meetings novelty."Salamanders". Everybody welcome.
without sufficient
a
excuse (Eclair). Educa-
should be considered to have tenderedher ional.
The Orlando. Band resignation.A .
will
give their .
"Empty Box" (Rex) Drama.
usual Sunday afternoon concert at discussion of an important business '
"Pearl and the .
Tramp" (Crystal!
the band stand at 3 o'clock this aft- matter followed, after which tht
Comedy with Pearl White and C. Bar-
ernoon. Miss Loreine Starkey, a meeting was adjourned, the next regular . nett. N. P.
member of the band, has just received meeting to be held the last Mon.. YOWELLt
Matinee 2 to 5. Night 6:30 to 9:30. !
as a Christmas gift, a beautiful day in January. Admission 5 cents to all.
Conn cornet which should add

new harmony. Subscribe for The Daily Sentinel. A fine house in an undesirable situation . I I I 1111 II II 11111111111 . III . . . .... 1111 II... II . II II IIFJI.

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pretensions if the situation is right.

CADILLACS S HUPMOBILES[ You will make no mistake if you put i ;
that: house you are thinking of building

for a home, on one of those desirable ,
Gatlin lots that Jansen has for

sale. 125tfL Christmas s"\Nelry'

OF THE WORLD


L LUCERNE! THEATR [ o We have now in readiness 0,
a most complete stock of'
5 per cent off for Cash on EY & RAEHII--


PROPRIETORS Gifts for Christmaso
Casings and TubesFull AT THE LUCERNE
Three Reels of Pictures
THE COOKE PLAYERS
Line of Supplies and Parts Carried in Stock (5-People-3) Any article reserved

All Week

'. Livery Service Two Vaudeville Acts Each Night n Come and See
One Tabloid Act

"Heart of a Rose" (Reliance).


Orlando Auto and Supply I Coffipany houser(American"Silver-Tongued"In )the. ).Mountains Orator"of Virginia"(Than-] AIM & CO, Jewelers


Prices: lOc. and 20c.

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