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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 9, 1913
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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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VOLUME ONE. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1913. NUMBER 259.

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EIGHTEEN(( HUNDRED[ MAROONED[ I CIRCUiT COURT \Will VIVISECTION NOT (EARLY Y STTlMfI [ [ NT Of MEXICAN[


CONYfNf fOR TERM LIMITED TO BRUTES


; AS flOOD STRUCK RICHMOND i I TROUBLES I II IS THE[ PREDICTION[

NUMBER OF CASES ON DOCKET IS SENSATIONAL STATEMENT

---- BUT IT IS BELIEVED QUICK j j MADE BY DELEGATE SAYING I I

CONDITIONS IN TEXAS ACCOUNT ELKS HELD MEMORIAL DISPOSITION WILL BE ROCKEFELLER INSTITUTE WOMAN SPEAKER TELLS MADE BY MEMBER OF CABINET -

GIVEN 1 IS MODEL OF HELL TO NEWSPAPER
OF HIGH WATER
DISTRESSINGSUFFERING SERVICE AT OPERA HOUSE OF GREAT LIQUOR EVIL REPORTERS
Special to the -.SentineLWashington
I Circuit court convenes at 10 o'clock Dec. 8.-That vivisec

I this morning for the fall term. The tion is practiced on human beings as

EULOGIES. ON DEAD MEMBERS impression seems to prevail that it well as animals in hospitals and the MRS. STEPHENS SPOKE TO A

IS INTENSEFORTY DELIVERED BY DISTINGUISHED I will be an unusually short term. While scientific institutions of New York LARGE AUDIENCE AT THOUGH FEDERALS[ SCORE

SPEAKERS the docket is rather lengthy the prob- and other American cities was the GRAND THEATER ....--
.- i ability is that prompt disposition will startling claim made by delegates to

LIVES LOST IS MONDAY'S : Impressive services were held at be given the business. the anti-vivisection and animal pro. That women are becoming more TWO VICTORIES FOR HUERTA'S

RECORD TO BE ADDED TO j i the opera house Sunday afternoon I(i I Judge James W. Perkins has established tection congress which opened here and more a factor in every phase of FORCES REPORTED IN DIS-

LIST OF PREVIOUS '|i by the Orlando lodge of Elks in memory the reputation for conduct- today. life and a wonderful power for pub PATCHES FROM FIELD
!: of the deceased members of the ing matters before his court in a The day was taken up with speech lic good was again demonstrated Sun-
TO TEXAS OUTPOSTSSpecial
FATALITIES [order. business-like manner, and there are es. Frank Stephens, one of the directors !day night when Mrs. Mabel Stephens,

Special to the Sentinel 1 I I Exalted Ruler T. P. Warlow pre- 'not' likely to be any delays that can of the American Antivivisection lof Gainesville, gave an address at the to the Sentinel

Dallas, Tex., Dec. 8.-Forty lives sided, and about him on the rostrum be avoided by the judge. Society of Philadelphia, attackedthe Grand which held a large audience Washington, Dec. 8.-The situationin

are known to have been lost in the were seated the other officers of the i There seems to be little for State's Rockefeller institute of New Yorkas with the most intense interest for Mexico is favorable to an early

flooded district today. An unofficial lodge and the speakers, Judge JohnM. Attorney Cary B. Landis to look afterat a "working; model of hell." more than an hour. settlement, according to the state-

report says that many more have Cheney and Rev. Dr. John W. this term, aside from thj two Stephens declared that human be- Mrs. Stephens is beginning a cam- ment of a cabinet official made to

perished during the past twelve Stagg. I murders to be investijj-ucJ by the ings as well as animals were experimented paign in the interest of the W. C. T. newspaper men here today.It .

hours. j The front center of the stage was I grand jury. One of these !s the case upon at that institution. He U., which organization she represents is suspected that the renewal of

Because of the high water and the decorated with a beautiful floral piece of Dan Jackson, charged with the told of one Japanese physician who for state-wide prohibition by optimism on the part of the admin-

interruption to the means of com- designed. by Florist Luther, autumn murder of George Bland, and the other had inoculated over a hundred chil- 1915, and there could be no more istration is due to the constant repe-

munication detailed figures are impossible leaves surrounding the Elks' dial on that of Isaiah Grady, for killinghis dren in his experiments. The chil- forceful nor convincing speaker than tition of the statement that the reb-

to obtain. ;i which the hands were set, accordingto wife. The accused are negroes. dren, he said, were orphans and she. els will soon be in position to makean

Twenty were drowned when the the custom of the order, at eleven The following v have been summonedto foundlings easily obtained in large From the depths of long experience: attack on Mexico City. It is be-

crest of the flood struck Brookshire o'clock. serve as jurors; the first eighteen cities. and with the resources of a thoroughly lieved that the decision in affairs will

today, and three members of a rescuing Judge Cheney spoke briefly but drawn will constitute the grand jury: The evening session was devotedto trained mind, together with a most be reached by this battle.In .

party were drowned at BryantAt feelingly of those members of the Samuel A. Newell, W. L Lewis, J. a series of motion pictures illus- I charming personality, she is able to that event, no matter whether

Sunnyside twelve were drowned order who had passed away since the N. Osteen, R .P. Johnson, Peter Olson trating various stages of torture un-I depict the conditions that are prevailing !- Huerta or other generals retire to

and twenty-eight are missing. Three last memorial service was held, and Isaac L. Isaacson, David N. der the instruments of the vivisec- in America today and to speak continue the fight in the interior, the

lives were lost at Wharton and two called attention to the circumstancethat Locke, Charles Pollock, F. C .Livin- tionists. with authority on these subjectsMrs. party in control at Mexico City will

are known to be lost at Richmond. the lodge had lost a greater number good, G. C. Partin, Spurgeon Mc- Stephens dealt with only threeof be recognized as the new defacto gov-

The.crest of the flood reached Rich- during that period than in all Dully, J. N. Love, John F. King, R. PEACE SOCIETY WILL the lines of activity of the W. C ernment.

mond this evening, marooning eigh- the years of its former existence. He II. Lockhart, B. L Locke, Wm. Mose- MEET TOMORROW NIGHT. T. U., these being the child labor. The state department declares it

teen hundred people on a small island. called the names over, pausing after ley, A. J. Lovell, Joseph Johns, Carl I sweat shop labor and the white slave has no information regarding the

The suffering throughout the district each, having suggested that each Ohse, George Johns, Wilbur C. New- The Orlando Peace Society will i problems, and the hearts of the audi- statement made by Huerta that hi

is intense. member render a silent tribute to the man, William W. Morse, B. F. Kings- hold a meeting tomorrow night. The; ence were stirred as she graphical! will safeguard foreigners in Mexico:

departed one as his name was called. ley, W. A. Larson, R. T. Peel, J. S. time and place of the meeting will be; ':described conditions that are un- City. Officials, however, who are

I I Dr. Stagg spoke of the solemnity! Loveless, H. E. McMillan, J. R. Irvine announced later. Mrs. C. D. Christ: i speakable and used striking illustrations looking at the motives of this staU1-

MAIL ORDER MAGNATE of the occasion: reminding all of the S. E. Ives, Sr., A. L Jones, J. R is president and Mr. G. R. Ramsey gathered during her long expe- ment, think that Huerta anticipates

uncertainty of life and the hope of Mathews, B. C. Overstreet, H. J. Pat- secretary. The society was organized I; rier.ce. It had been demonstrated the arrival of the combined rebel

DIES A MILLIONAIRE immortality which was cherished in rick, A. D. McConnell, J. II. Mooney, upc'fi the recent visit of Dr. J. J. Hal! that the great underlying cause of ali army, and he is trying to give assurance -

every breast. He paid high tributeto V. A. Presson. to this city, that gentleman being ,j these conditions was drink and the to the foreign governments of

the devotion of the Elks for their I I Cases Docketed for TrialF. representative of the American Peace: open saloon, and :Mrs. Stephens pleaded I protection from riots within the city.

AGED MONTGOMERY WARD brethren and humanity in general!I E. Anderson vs. B. M. Smithet Society. for the support of, the_ men and. -
emphasizing( the wholesomeness of al.; damages $1,300; L B. Giles - -
STARTED HIS CAREER AS ; women of Orlando in this forward FEDERALS TAKE GARRISON
'I the lesson impressed in the memorial Massey and Warlow. LAKELAND SHIPS OUT reform movement.Mrs. .
WITHOUT FIRING SHOT
DAY LABORER'I. f service. I I W. C. Morris, admr., vs. A. C .L FIRST STRAWBERRIES Stephens made an appeal for a

y Mr. Walter R. Drennen sang "The 'R. R.; damages $3,000; Jones & Lakeland, Dec. 8.-The first ship- sive and striking personality and the
Chicago, Dec. 8.-Aaron Montgom2ery Presidio, Tex., Dec. 8.The advance
Lord Is My Light," with Mr. Will Jones; Sparkman and Carter. ment of strawberries for northern great love which she feels for the
Ward, who rose from a day la- guard of the federal reached
Branch as accompanist; Mr. Cestia') J. B. Wilson et al. vs. J. II. Liv- markets was made Saturday, Henry suffering of, earth shines through her army
borer, to the presidency of a mail ; Ojinaga today, taking the city with
Lawton "The | ingston et al.; scire facias L B.
Vision and is
sang Heavenly ; Sutton, one of the large growers, every sentence calculated to
order house, died yesterday at his residence out a shot. The rebel garrison under <
Giles I
C. F. Ackers.
and Mrs.' W. L Nutter sang "Hear ; having brought in 80 quarts for whichhe draw out the best from every one
at Highland Park. The multimillionaire I' Col. Chivara evacuated the
My Prayer." Mr. Drennen played the' Lyman D. Auls vs. Fairview HomeCo. was offered $50, but he refused with whom she comes in contact. during
was seventy years old. night, escaping to the northward. A
accompaniments.Mr. I .; assumpsit damages $4,000; Star- this, saying he could beat it by ship- Mrs. Stphens made an appeal for asocial
Death resulted from a complicationof Max Smith's orchestra playedthe buck & Starbuck; C. B. Robinson.W. ping. As Mr. Sutton packs his ber- standard to be maintained by caravan eight thousand strong is coming -
diseases, which developed after two and officers the advance
ot guard
opening and closing music. H. Reams vs. S. J. T. Seegar; ries very nicely there is no doubt but young women and men and felt that
falls. About two Mr. Ward declared that three
years ago thousand
Threatening weather prevented a damages $1,500; Starbuck & Star- what he will beat this offer. I this would solve many problems of more
slipped on the running board of an large attendance. buck; C. B. Robinson The first ripe strawberries were on today. federal troops, including volunteers
automobile at Pasadena, Cal, and A. B. Newton Co. vs. L E. Fosgate commanded by General S. Slazer and
the local markets Novem-
as early as
broke one arm and a shoulder blade. & Co. Orozco, and the rest are civilians including -
ARRIVES TO BEGIN AUDITOF ; damages $1,000; Massey &
ber 5, and from now on the big red
Six weeks ago he fell in his home Warlow C. B. Robinson.E. rosiOffICEREADYFOR a number of Americans, with
THE MUICIPAL BOOKS ; berry will be going forward at a lively -
and fractured his right hip. The l kid- F. Sperry vs. Henry Benedict; clip. many women and children. All are

.neys were injured and pneumonia set Auditor J. D. Mitchill, who is to assumpsit $5,400; Jones & Jones; CHRISTMAS RUSH DAYS suffering from cold and hunger.
j I
in. Generals Mercado and Salazar
conduct an audit of the city books and Massey & Warlow. Mr. E. G. Seymore, of Syracuse, are
Mr. Ward'was born at Chatham, said to be in command of the main
accounts, arrived yesterday from Michigan'Trust Co. vs. Bolden Can- N. Y., is the late arrivals at
N. J., February 17, 1837, the family ada among body of troops, while Orozco is bringing -
West Palm Beach ; damages $500 Starbuck & Star-
where he has been ; the San Juan. MANY PACKAGES ARE BEING
coming west when he was eight the with his
rear
yearsr doing similar work. Mr. Mitchill re- buck; Massey & Warlow. up troops.
,old. He advanced himself by his own MAILED AND RECEIVED
ports the town of West Palm Beachin Phoebe J. Hamilton vs. S. A. L. Ry. Light Co. damages $2,500 Jones &
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endeavors until his death his ALREADY
at ,
a flourishing condition. He was Co.; damages $1,500; Starbuck & Jones; John M. Cheney. REBEL GENERAL AND 800
wealth is estimated at $15,000,000.Mr. I
impressed with the many excellent Starbuck; C. B. Robinson.T. R. W. Hammond. W. H. Savageet SOLDIERS ANNIHILATED
.
Ward's long continued efforts points of advantage possessed by that V. Orr vs. Prosper Colony Co.; al.; assumpsit damages $2,000; The local postoffice force is bracing -

to prevent the erection of buildings in city, and particularly with the fire damages '$1,500; L B. Giles; C. B. Beggs & Palmer W. J. Sears, P. A. up and getting ready for the holiday -
;
El Paso, Dec. 8. General Maclovio
for him
Grant park won the name of -
Robinson.C. onslaught, which will tax
department, which is modernly Vans every
Agnew. : llerrera and 800 rebel soldiers
"The Watchdog of the Lake Front"At were
equipped with everything needful fora J. Erickson, admr., vs. A. C. L Caroline Cottier vs. Orlando Sheet employe of the office, but all are I
annihilated the federals
one time there were forty-six pro- department in a town of that size. R. R. Co.; damages $50,000; R. B. Metal Works damages $1,500 W. E. coking forward to the season with [ by during a
; ; battle about miles
jects for buildings on the park and he twenty east of
Gautier; Sparkman & Carter. 'Shine that good cheer which should charac-
fought these projects in the face of Dollie ; Jones & Jones. terize the II Gallego, according to a report received -
,COOL WEATHER CAUSES Favor vs. F. W. Shepherd; season.
State of Florida Florida East
vs. here this afternoon. It is said
'general opposition. Two years ago damages $1,200 Jones & Jones Many Christmas packages are being -
CRIMP IN BUSINESS ; ; Dick-
I Coast L C. Massey
the state supreme court handed downa Ry.; damages $500; I the wires went down after the reportwas
inson & Dickinson, C. B. Robinson. received and mailed even now,
A. St Clair Abrams.
decision I ; received, although rebel headquarters
the
prohibiting erection of -
j i There was a drop of half a dozen T. M. Arnold vs. Walter Drennen; John F. Luther vs. City of Orlando; with the "Don't open till Christmas"legend deny the There
buildings on the lake front report. is
degrees in the temperature between trespass damages $10,000: Starbuck damages.. S2.500: Massey & Warlow: marked on them. II much activity in the hospitals at
EXPLOSION POWD'PLAXT ]!the morning and the evening, and at I & Starbuck; Massey & Warlow. Davis & Giles. Postmaster General Burleson has .Juarez and hurried
AT preparations are
i Levin Bros. been urgent for people to mail their
midnight the thermometer registered vs. B. Salomon; as-
.
Miami Bank & Trust Co."s. E. E.
KILLS SIX AND being made to receive the wounded.U. .
INJURES TWO I
43. Those who hadn't consulted the I sumpsit damages $250; Starbuck & Brady; damages $1,000; Massey & Christmas packages early, so as to
I I Starbuck.F. avoid the inevitable rush which
mercury predicted freezing weather, comeson
Warlow; Dickinson & Dickinson.
Special to the Sentinel _
Gibbstown, N. J., Dec. 8.-Six men,,i but it wasn't as cold as it seemed. J. Raehn et al. vs. Fairview State of Florida vs. Receiver S. A. the last days before Christmas, S. FIRM LENDSHUERTA
:'and the. weather-wise held to no such Homes Co.; assumpsit damages $700 and it seems that this advice is doing $375,000
were killed and two more injured! in, ; L Ry.; damages $500; L C. Massey;
an explosion of seven hundred belief. The draughts were icy last Starbuck & Starbuck; C. B. Robinson. Beggs & Palmer. some good. There can be no doubt

;night, but there is hope for today. W. L Russ vs. S. A. L. Ry. Co. that the crush at the Orlando post- '
pounds of gunpowder at the DuPont I ; State of Florida vs. S. A. L Ry.; Mexico City, Dec 8.-There is a
powder works here late today. The I The prediction is "fair Tuesday and damages $300; Starbuck & Starbuck; damages $500; L. C. Massey; Beggs office will be great, and those who I well authenticated report that Presi-
I I
C. B. Robinson. delay the matter of mailing their
dead were employed in the gelatine Wednesday. & Palmer. dent Huerta has been assured a loan
mixing house, which was demolished., I Atlantic & Gulf Grocery Co. vs. D. E. C. Long vs. F. A. Lewter; as- packages before the last day will regret of 750,000 pesos ($375,000)) by an
About FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH I W. Currie et al.; damages $400 Dickinson it. Even yesterday the office
one thousand employes were in: I ; sumpsit damages $6,000; Beggs & American corporation with Mexican
the plant at the time of the explosion. HAD LARGE CROWDS i & Dickinson; C. B. Robinson, Palmer; Jones & Jones. was crowded about the windows for connection. The vice-president of the
I Wm. Martin.A. hours, and yesterday was not a good
Large congregations attended the! The Bostwick-Goodall Co., a cor- corporation, it is said, has been per-
MAN SHOT IN ROW OVER !services at the First Baptist church H. Willett vs. Gerald Schwartz; poration, vs. L S. Villeneuve; dam- day for crowding either. It will be sonally negotiating the loan, in return -

AUTO BILL DIES'Sunday. At night Dr. Poulson assumpsit damages $200 and garnish- ages $600; C. B. Robinson; Jones & much worse as Christmas draws near. for which it is understood he received -
ment L B. Giles Ample provisions will be made for
: "Five ; and Geo. A. De-
preached on Steps to a Happy Jones. promises of certain concessions
Miama, Dec. 8. Harmon ,'Life Cottes; Dickinson & Dickinson; trans delivering packages, but the carriers i
Harry ,,| making strong plea to those Orlando Bank & Trust Co. vs. G. T. for his company.
the Fort Lauderdale and auto- not in the church. Mr. ferred to Seminole counts.11V. and the clerks will be a lot of hard 1-
garage |, Will Branch Davis & Co.; attachment and assumpsit The primary dealings between the .
mobile man, who was shot in that;i i acted as organist at both services, in I o H. Schultz as Schultz Bros. vs. damages $800; Beggs & Palmer; worked people, and this is a thing official of the corporation and the ,

town Saturday by H. E. Fine, a prom-,;;the absence of Mrs. J. R. Davis, the Heltzen, Grant & Co.; assumpsit C. B. Robinson. which should be borne in mind by all government were through the minis-

inent real estate dealer, died in a t regular organist damages $500; Dickinson & Dickin. i: Jessie Bumby Jr. vs. Eldredge & who will have business at the post- ter of finance, but an agreement being

hospital here last night Fine, who''I son.J.. :Swick; damages $300; C. B. Robinson office about Christmas time. impossible, the company's official j

was arrested after the shooting, .al..1 j Curtis & O'Neal are showing some W. Wilmott vs. Jas. L Giles et ; Jones & Jones. took the matter up through a third

leges he shot in self defense. The s! beautiful electric lamps and their lines at; damages $3,000; Jones & Jones; j J. E. Groves vs. Mrs. F. J. Cunningham -t i One of Eustis' latest attractions is person with President Huerta who. i +

trouble which caused the shooting;'I''.of Waterman and other elf-filling i'W. L Palmer, Davis & Giles. ; damages $500; Beggs & a lunch and tea room which has been without loss of time, sent the papersto \I+

arose over an automobile repair bilL,('fountain pens are useful presents. W. P. Wollain vs. Orlando Water & Palmer; L B. Giles. '''opened by two Kentucky ladies. I the company's agent for signing.

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Jt AMERICAN SUFFRAGETTE WAS i

i, PERMITTED TO GO WITH ChargeThe i'I Orlando: Florida: .

i, HER PATRON
I I Capital and Surplus $l2$,000.00.
r will the I
League profits
home- get
Exetre, Eng., Dec. 6.The -
; coming of Mrs. Emmeline Pankhurst, - _. . Report of the Condition of
. the militant suffragette leader, after Ii THE ORLANDO BANK & TRUST
her American tour, was far from be- Tuesday Dee. 12th i COMPANY
:. ing the triumphant event planned by I
At the close of business November
1 her devoted followers.The A "
i 17, 1913. In compliance with Chapter
r police completely outwitted the from the sale of the largest stock of ', A 6427, Laws of Florida.
chartered
militants in the motor boat I 4' .
t for the purpose of bringing their Christmas goods ever shown in Orlando. 1'r : .,.' RESOURCES
i leader ashore from the White Star +> ; Banking House, Furniture '

; liner Majestic and tonight Mrs. Pank .. ,"; .,:,).. !. and: Fixtures ..........$ 25,974.87
t hurst lies in Exeter jail. "w= ( ,l"'> Loans and Discounts.... 396,206.53
: While the militants assembled on Toy Automobiles, Electric Trains } t'. 1"i( :' Overdrafts ............. 406.93

' the tender and in their motor boat .. ., Stocks and Bonds ....... 26,013 S3
Irish Mails Rock- _
Toys Velocipedes >
t were being tossed about in a rough \ ;t F Cash on Hand and inc
:; sea in impotent rage and varying ing Horses. Go Carts Doll Beds Cradles ." <*:ti Banks ................ 132,377.44
: ,
stages of seasickness, the powerful ....ij
took Mrs. Pankhurst Trunks Chairs Desks Tables :
} police tug 1 $580,984.10
ashore, landing her at a dock in the '

: Tamar river, whence they proceeded Dishes Blocks, Puzzles Mechanical ,:- .l r i I Capital Stock LIABILITIES.............100000.00
f toward London in an automobile, but of all kinds and ocher : "
E their route and Toys Toys too j Surplus and Undivided
afterward changed Profits............... 32,166.62
; made any for obstruction.Exeter without encountering numerous to mention.Dolls L., | Deposits............... 448,817.48

\ Meanwhile a body of militants in of all kinds and prices, dressed and undressed; i ., ,
I Plymouth paraded the streets with a Schoemuts famous Art Dolls, Humpty-Dumpty Circuses, : t $5S0,9SL10M. .
;. band, carefully watched by the police, Pianos, and Soldiers, Sailors and Policeman Suits.A 1;r -
who feared they might start window full line of Fine China, in Salad Bowls, Cake Plates : M. SMITH preSI'enl.W. .
breaking.The and Regular Table Ware, Vases, etc.
disappointed occupants of the Fine Handkerchiefs, Scarfs, Lace Collars, etc. iM. DAVIS, Vicepresident.G. .
motor boat, headed by "General" Mrs. Fancy Neckwear, Hose and Suspenders in Christmas i I
G. E NOLAN Oshier.
States Government, State and County Depository ,
Flora Drummond, came ashore Boxes. Also a full line of Regular Goods.
drenched to the skin after watchingfrom The ladies will be in charge.
a distance the successful capture i a, tfflttttmiiiimiiMimfrFORREAL ,.,,'el.lo".I.III'IIII.11t.I.e.I.I..II..II.1. ,. ,, ,,.. .,.., ..
j of their leader by the police.
shouted "Don't land! The cats -- -
They
are after you!" referring to the "Cat IcCULLOCH'SDepartment H For Economy and purchase -
and Mouse" act under which Mrs. of
RIGHT power your monTy
W
Pankhurst was arrested to continueher CO '
sentence of three years'- impris- ; R A L & ESTATE BED h' ey, "T ry Wright's" Farm
onment for complicity in the destruc- Store
tion of Chancellor Lloyd-George's : Thai's Our Businessj and 'Garden Seeds. in
house and other acts of voilence. Orlando Florida
:. bulk. "Motto" Quantityand
Mrs. Pankhurst protested mildly JIOllllllllallllllllllaIIIIGIIIIIIIII'11111111111111
against arrest and asked to see the Quality.Fresh .
: warrant. She was told a warrantwas
unnecessary. At her request Mrs. 11111111111111'111111111111111111111111111"11111"\ Farm Eggs, 40 cents dozen; Ice, 40 cents 100 pounds; Best Creamery Butter, 40
Rheta Child Dorr, an American suf- : cents; Sweet Milk, 13 cents quart, 7 cents pint; Oranges 10 cents dozen; Limes 10 cents
fragette, against whom no charge of : dozen; Butter Milk, 10 cents quart. Chesepeak Bay Oysters, (selects) 50 cents quart, 30

permitted disorderly to conduct accompany has been her.laid, was [[U W NunuJ r i cents pint.
Xmas Present" delivered
At Bristol and at various towns in Individual Package 10 Ibs. Ass't Fruits, "That by Express,
the southwest of England guards of I(charges prepaid) all points east of Rocky Mountains, at your door $1.35 cash with order.
militants stationed themselves out-
side the prisons in anticipation that

the hostile leader crowd might in be Bristol brought attackedthe there.A best Has to always be obtained.been accepted No one in Orange has ever County complainedand as th 11 tlllMllilttHHtlHIOMtMiOIMQTHE : :;:;;: ; : ; ;; ,::''IIIIII'I'I"I"' " ':

militants and several people were no oneever will, because our trees are the best I

hurt.GLYNN AND BRYAN and cheapest (in the end) possible to procure. GREAT ANNUAL SALE'AT \

\Vho ever heard of one untrue to name or who
HAPPY AFTER TALK
. ever heard of an'ignored claim?
Washington, Dec. 6.-Everybody *
. who came in touch with Gov. Martin \Ve offer you first choice from the largest stockin
:' II. Glynn here got the impression that the world for this season's planting and your suc- '
he will have something to say about Ne Y Ht Baraill i
Store
the reorganization of the Democratic cess with our stock is already assured when your w r[

party in New York. This impressionwas grove is-planted. Free advice as to stock and per-

gained not by what Gov. Glynn sonal inspection of your land when requested on any

where said, but in which from he the moved.general atmos- planting of 300 trees or more. Suitable discountsto Continues Until Christmas, December 25

After a fifteen minutes' heart-to- planters of large acreage. In fact, the very best

heart conference, Secretary of State of everything and 0. \V. Conner behind it all.
William J. Bryan and Gov. Glynn in New Goods arriving daily, such as Clothing, Shoes, Hats, Notions,

I parting slapped each other on the for the trade. This
and all kinds of Novelties Holiday $25,000.00
shoulders and said "Good!
The New York Democrats in congress ADDRESS stock of new and up-to-date merchandise I will sell in this great
crowded around the governorat
the rivers and harbors conventionand Annual Sale at Sacrifice Prices. Our stock was never more complete .

"I at want the to banquet see the to president him ," he : OCKLAAIIA NURSERiES than now. Every item in our store has been added to with

said to a newspaper correspondent. : new and up-to-date merchandise. have a larger line than
"I would like to go over general con- :
ditions in New York with him. Dept. 23, Tangerine, Fla.IMMMMtlMltmiMIMHIHIIIItMHIMMIIMMIMI. ; ; ever for you to select from. We will give you more bargains in
"I tell him that I :
want to am heart
and soul with him on his primary I j ; this store that it will pay you to give us a trial, as the dollars and

plan. It is my purpose to tell him what looking after. It will to visit
| cents are you are pay you our
that I favor a primary law with teeth '111'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'tTHE
in it for New York state." : I store and see the offerings we have.

U. S. SUFFRAGISTS WILL I: MARKETOf

NEVER-BE MILITANTS :.t H. Kalluer'g r'' NeYorK Bargaill i Store Orlallifo
r
Howard Washington Shaw,, president Dec. 6.-Dr.of the Anna National :I Cleanliness Of QualityFRESH ::1 n [ 1 1iMMIM

American Woman :
Suffrage
association -
AND SALT MEATS
convention, just here before, asserted the close that of"mili-the :I ::::::::::::::: IMMMOUMMMMillMMOl :: ::::
FISH AND GAME
II ___ _
tant methods never have been adopted : n ___ _
and never will be used in this : Kept under the best sanitary conditions. I
country to secure the ballot for wo- : The Cathedral School :
men because the constitutional meth- Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh : EAST CENTRAL AVENUE I
od, the method of civilization will and pure. Christmas oveltiesAn
bring it about. : Orlando's Select Boarding and
A committee of fifty-five women, We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have Day School For Girls assortment of

representing every state and asso- everything in the Meat Line. October L
: Reopens Wednesday
ciation in the organization, was Linen HandkerchiefsThat
appointed ; Primary, Intermediate, and College
to wait upon President Wi I
: who has been unable j( Preparatory Grades. cannot be surpassed.
son account The
, on PARLOR MARKETH.
i: Also Courses in Music, Art, Elocution -
of illness to see the suffragists.The Domestic Science, Physical Cul- Vanity Cases, Ivory Sets, Mesh and Leather -

Green Room club, the principal M. Self & Co. : I':Twelve ture. specially trained Teachers. Bags, Hat Pins, Fancy
dramatic organization of Stetson university I
Individual attention. Loving.care. Neckwear
will soon present their four- J8-20 PINE STREET : REV. RODERICK P. COBB, A. M.,
teenth annual college play. The playto
i be given this year is "The Importance Phone No. 80 : PrincipalThe MISSES HAULM\ & DUNN
of Being Earnest"You I
,
MHMmilMM 11 Mllll 11 IHtll III III IIIMIIIIIIIIM
will of course use the Senti- Sentinel sells space on its Agents for Barclay CorsetsMcCall's
, net to tell your holiday news to its known guaranteed circulation. This
; paper is the one best medium in this ]Patterns
hundreds of readers. Circulation :in
Read The Morning Sentsnel filed for the advertiser who wants to
,
; Orlando guaranteed to be larger than
:; printed. get before the public.
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WILSON TAKES HIS PLACE ELECTRIC VCUUMCLENER L t WI W.lVI..SLElVIONSur



RECEIVES BOY CORN GROWERS

WHILE HUSBAND REMAINSIN


BED your room or house ur ew fall boons re ow in

Washington, Dec. 6.-The old, fa-
miliar fight between the family doctor cleaned without dust or troubleof

and the head of the family, with

the wife allied with the doctor, was moving furniture .

witnessed .in the White _House when

Dr. Grayson, President Wilson's phy-
sician, refused to allow the presi- We sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co.
The fierce Electric Co. send Experienced
dent to get out of bed. an -
The president is suffering with a made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes.

severe cold. For several days it has man. Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and Towels.

refused to yield to treatment, and
yesterday morning Dr. Grayson told Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from II. B. Claflin & Co.

the president flatly he had to stay in SEE THEM FOR TERMS & Co. Best place in the city to trade.
bed. The president said he could not,

that he had an appointment to receive I

the boy victors in the Ohio corn .


son's growers'Mrs.argument Wilson contest.reinforced that the reception Dr. Gray-to ThePIERCE[ [ELECTRC L L CO1Jnc." I W ONS -=


the boys was not so important as the
curing of the president's cold, and she I ORANGE AVENUE
declared she would take the presi- JHTJB< H STR K I KT: : .

dent's place and receive the boys. i 1t1.t'I..t"I'I"'I" "lllell"'t'I 1 .tt81'O"'I A
She did. At the appointed hour, 2:30 1111111 .II.ttll.'II.O.'I.I' ., II..III.III. '.

in the afternoon, Mrs. Wilson, on the
r
arm of Col. Harts, the president's ...,IIIOlllllltIIIIIO. I.Di .. .tO 'II.J.O.itM. PONT PUT IT OFF LONGER

chief military aide, entered the east

room White from House the, just main as corridor the presidentdoes of the ORLANDO O OPERA[ HOUSE[ COME TO US RIGHT AWAY

when he goes to the east room

to receive dele.1tions.:: She took a
t and Get Suit That Is Suit
position just inside the doors leading ? VL a a

from the corridor, and the receptior December 13th - ---- ---. -

began. She shook hands with "each Choose the Style You Fancy-Gel
boy and showed,her pleasure by nod !
Your Worth--Suit $1
Match /1 Money's or
and smiles when the boys thanked Wrestling tJ
Overcoat Made lo( Order . .
. her.Mrs.

president's. Wilson room then and went told back him to that the Prof. George Grundahl % Others at $17.50, $20, $22.50, $25 Up-Fit, Style and

she had carried.out the program as . x Weight 187 Ibs If Workmanship GuaranteedNo

well as the president could have done Middle Weight Champion f

felt it. better.Mr. Wilson smiled and said he 4.x 1 of Florida matter what price you want to put into a Suit or an Overcoat,

,, -and- you may come to us with the absolute assurance that you'll get bet

GET IN THE SENTINEL Prof. Oscar Kivilahti! 'c ter value---more for your money-than at any other tailor shop .on

CHRISTMAS EDITIONThe _ ---k Weight 155 Ibs I A i earth, and you'll get an absolutely square deal.
4g Middle Weight Champion

Sentinel has announced 2 of FinlandWill
Christmas edition to be issued Sun- Ii Ii.
day, December 14. 1; Weight meet Championship here forthe Middle of- CL.. Piic

This edition will into !
go practical Florda. It will be a clean
home in It 34 CHURCH 8TRKKT
every Orange county. match and ladies are invited
---- ---- ------
will be the very best opportunity for the ----- -
4 to come and enjoy sport. -- - ----
the merchants of Orlando to place t' WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND
PricesSeatsonthreesidesI LEXSEs'l It is The Wise Who MaKes
Guy
their Christmas offerings before the I of the mat on stage 75 cents. AND DO ALL KINDS
of this It will be the
buyers county. Reserve Seats 50 cts. General OPTICAL REPAIRING
only opportunity for business men tc Admission 25 cents. The Early Buy.It
reach all the county at one fell Back gal'ery for colored people .

swoop, as it were. The circulationof (IS cents.
is less than four weeks to Christmas.You .
the Daily Sentinel is good, better I

than any other daily paper issued in 'MIMtlMtlltMMMIMMHIHttnnHtMi I can probably find something to purchasethe
or coming into the county, but the ':

circulation of the special edition will .MtlMMMIIMMIIMMIMIHIttlMIIHItllimMIMIbut night before Christmas but thejchoicest
L. H. RAMSDELL
be better, for it "ilt'be mailed\to all. I DR.
and will reach into the remote places, OPTOMETRIST picking will all be gone. Now is the acceptedtime.

the byways and hedges, and it will be Innoc rr T IT once (Successor to Di. 0. P. Ukins) Now is the day of best selection and

ample time to carry the message be- FLORIDAHHUHMIMiMMIIH
ORLANDO, -
fore the Christmas shopping is satisfaction. You will enjoy looking over

planned. @ our new books and hundreds of other gifts.
This is a word to the alert business

man who recognizes an opportu- : RIGHT NOW we offer two propositions on TERMS OF $10 (WM. HARPER
W. S. BRANCH
nity when it comes a-knocking at his DOWN AND $10 PER MONTH. Every young man in DRS.1(JOSEPHINE HARPEROSTEOPATHS I ,
door. Are you on? Orlando should embrace this chance to begin or add to his
estate. The Arcade Book and Music Store .

According to the United States Oldest Established Practice In ; .

weather bureau it rained but twice SEMINOLE PARK LOTS Orlando
in Pensacola during the month of No- 19 W. Church Street, Up-Stairs < FIRE INSURANCE
On the Before Seminole County
vember. The period of drought from Map Consultation and Examination
the Inside Lots $100. Corner Lots $125. FreeIMIIIIiMIMMIIIMiMt
eighth to the twenty-ninth was
and six cent interest back from the date
Money per one year
the longest in November on record.
you complete purchase if dissatisfied. ( fhelElfio5ucces5.JANSEN(
TO THE ORLANDO GIRLS AND \ .
Nine cars of a logging tran neat :

Aycock, Fla., broke from the train Oh : FIVE ACRE TRACTS BOYS: eOUNTRYREALE5TAT'pt

an incline and dashed down into a Near Lake Underhill. Finest grove land and finest groves
work train, killing three men and injuring : My Dear Little ,Friends: ,
,
in Orange County. Develop a grove on your monthly spare not
If of fear you may
seven others, according to report : change. PRICE $50 PER ACRE. Timber practically pays any you at Christmas, I wish i IMPROVED ANIL tOTARY
get a present
I
made here
yesterday. Ezeit; for clearing. /
you would write me, giving me your UiunraovORLANDO)
Woods, superintendent of the wood I ubLlc
and address, and the kind of
name
crew; Walter Hovey, white, a fireman NO INTEREST-NO TAXES FLORIDA.
would like to have. I do
present you
and a colored man were kilitf, I
until own the deed. wish to of
you not forget any you.
and a large number of other employes) :

of the Aycock Lumber' company wert I ORLANDO REAL ESTATE CO. Address: SANTA CLAUS, Office in Rock Building N.ORANGE AVE. Opposite San Juan Hole!

badly injured. 1 he engineer of tht I '
Room 2. Watkins Block.HMMMMIMIIitMMIitliiMimiMMIIIIHIIIItl. Box 432, Orlando, Fla.
train jumped and saved his life, bui I

was seriously injured. The superin. MIMIiliMIMIMilMlllilllllMlillilillllMMtl5c ,. ,
tendent was riding in the engine, The sixth convention of the South-
east Coast Association of Congregational CRISPETTES 5c i !
which accounts for his death, as well
'11111111111111111111111111111111111111"1"1'" churches is being held in Miami -
as that of the fireman.-Note in Jack-
sonville Metropolis.The this week. The opening address Fresh Corn Crispettes May be Bought at any of the following well
The Altamonte was made by G. B. Waldron, the state known places:

superintendent of home missions, N.J.Mcrck,The Rexall Drugstore Delaney' Drug StoreE.
creation of another special
who told of the mission work in Flor- R. Bliss' Fruit Stand King's Grocery Store
school tax district is probable now Allamonte Springs Florida ida and of the great sacrifices that Mayer Galentme and Mayer's Candy Store
that residents of the Lake Fern section ,
are being made by many of those who Mr. Richardson's Pop Corn Stand
near Keystone Park, have asked
are in charge of this work. He told
the county school board for an election IN THE CRISPETTE CO.
TOV7I of the magnificent work that is being
to determine the question and .
the Cubans in West
carried on among
create the district. The residents 12.2-tf 26 W. PINE STREETiMimiMMIUHMIHMIMtMMMMMMMMIIHIItl
appearing Most beautiful spot in all Florida Tampa who are mainly employed in
before the school board at
this Nine.miles from Orlando. Every comfort the cigar factorise, a poor class of .
the meeting morning were instructed -
and Golf people to whom the message of true
to prepare petitions and secure amusements, etc. Amongthe
religion is being carried by a faithful MlilillHIHIIIIIIillllllMlititMMMIUHIMIMmThe
the necessary number of signa- tall pines, between two lovely lakes.
band of Congregationalists.If .
tures, in order that the matter maybe Cusine and service first-class. Gem The Antiseptic \ \

put to the vote of the tax payersof
you want the news, read the Barber
the district. There are now 58 Shop
.
special school tax districts in the 6EO. E. BATES & SON Sentinel.MIMIIItMHIilHIIIIIM
ProprietorslllttlllltlHMMMHIiMIIMIMIimiMIHMIIIilll EVERYTHING NEW AND CLEAN
county, and practically all vote the
extra annual millage of three mill UP-TO-DATE EQUIPMENT ;
enameled chairs, implements, flee-
keen-edged
Congress hydraulic
for schools, for a fund to be used in
Automobile For Hire trie massage and hair dryer. -1
district Times.
their -Tampa EXPERT WORKMEN ;
New Five Passenger Shoe-shining stand for Full line of tobacccs, >
Order and trees ladies and gentlemen. cigars and cigarettes. ) ) -4
grapefruit
orange READ[ 1 THE( AllY SENTINEL[ [

{ .1.w.-2-tC. W. H. Brokaw, salesman. HMMMMMMIIfllMMMI PHONE 419 I IMIMillttttltlMHIIMHtMiilHIMIIMIItHlllllltWIT" 122 NORTH ORANGE 1 1I





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THE DAILY SATURDAY BRIDGE CLUB LIST OF NEW BOOKS FORSOROSIS BUILDING PERMITS WILL OPEN HIGHLAND The Sentinel is delivered before
MET WITH MRS. SMITH LIBRARY ISSUED IN NOVEMBERS. GROVE GROCERY STORE
South Florida SentinelMORNING breakfast every morning except Mon
The Highland Grove store buildinghas
AND WEEKLY The members of the Saturday Auc- Dcember 10, 1913 G. Randall, two story frame cot- been sold by Mr. J. F. Schumannto day at ten cents a week.

j J9SIAH FERRIS. Editor.and Ouu. tion Bridge club were entertained at "Gold"-Stewart Edward White. tage, Silver street; $450. Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Gray, who

Entered at the postoffice at Orlando. FIorMa. > their first meeting of this season by "Laddie"-Orene Stratton-Porter. Geo. Denison, one story frame I will stock the store with groceries

u Second Class Mail Matter. Mrs. C. W. Smith, at her pretty homeon "Partners"Margaret Deland. building; $50.S. .and establish a bsuiness at that point. . . . . . . . . . . .
East Church street, last Saturday "T. Tembarom"-Francis H. Bur- D. Lindsay, one story frame cot.

THE SUBSCRIPTION DAILY SENTINEL RATES afternoon. nett. tage; $400.F. WILL GIVE YOU A DOLLAR LL fL L m :

One Year ....................$5.00 Four tables of players were pres- "Joy of Youth"-E. Phillips. W. McAuley, to make certain Back if one bottle Davis' Hair Rem I

Six Months ................... 2.50 ent, at one of which were seated the "Iron Trail"-Rex Beach. changes on residence of J. E. Buxton edy doesn't cure dandruff or any CUT FLOWERS :
guests for the day, Mrs. Benj. Drew, "Custom of the Country"EdithWharton. corner Main and Lucerne Circle $700.T. .
Three Months ................ 1.25 ; scalp disease. Estes Pharmacy sells
Mrs. Nolan, Mrs. R. P. Cobb and Miss W. Evans, addition to residence; it. 12-9-tf OUR SPECIALTY :

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1911 Eloise Gassman. Of these Mrs. Drew "Westways"-S. Wier Mitchell. Phone 25)6) TAMPA FLA. :
$100.M.
made the highest score. "The Crock of Gold"-James Ste- :: E. Pugh, six room, two story .HMMMMMMIIMIIMMHIMMMMMttllMMMH+
The prettiest home in the most
Places in the French cabinet are Miss Buckingham, Miss Romaine phens. dwelling, Peppard subdivision; $1400.L attractive attracts __
going begging. Some of the disap- Clarke, Mrs. Corwin, Mrs. A. A. Car- "Coryston Family"-Mrs. Hum- S. Villeneuve, two story frame surroundings always -
the most desirable if
buyer one
pointed seekers in our own United mack and Mrs. W. M. Davis, newly] phrey Ward. house, 8 rooms and bath; $1800.R. I
ever should decide to sell. A homeat I-
States might apply. elected members, were in attendance, "WhistlingIan":: Maximilian Fos- J. Waldron, 6-room dwelling, for
Gatlin would always attract a desirable -
o and Mrs. Carmack had the honor of owner's $1000.R. .
ter."Mr. use; buyer. It would be half sold i Auto mlI.
Pittsburg police are advising women making the high score for the club. Pratt's Patients"-Joseph Lin- J. Waldron, 6-room dwelling, for the day your house is finished. Carl : Supreffle
to keep their money in their The hostess'was assisted by Mrs. coin. M. J. Daetwiler ;$1000. i
Jansen has the Gatlin lots for sale. tf I.
stockings when they go Christmas Davis in serving a salad course,whichwas "House of Happiness"-Kate Lang- T. D Peppercorn, two story garage,

shopping, the object being to save much enjoyed. ley Bosher. Summerlin addition; $550.F. Warman Repairs and Retires Baby I.II II: The oil that has
tearful tales of lost money by pick Miss Mallory substituted for her "Van Cleve"Mary Watts. B. Dale, five bungalows of five I- .
pockets. Another masculine impertinence aunt, Mrs. A. L Mallory, while the "John Barleycorn" Jack London. room each, DeLaney's addition; $1300 Carriages on Court street. 12-5-tf :: stood the supreme :

_ ._ ___ ._ __
No policeman would ever ad- egular members present were Mrs. "Hager"Mary Johnston. each.J. n test :

vise a man a keep his money in his Reichard, Mrs. Chalfant, Mrs. Mcll-: "The Conflict" David G. Phillips."El . C. Carpenter, stable; $20. II

socks. vaine, Mrs. Monroe, Mrs. Abernethy,! Dorado"-Baroness Orczy. Francis L Powers, one story cot .
o Mrs. Lawton, Mrs. Albert Mallory "Mystery of Castlegreen" :Mrs.: tage; $700. _-_-THATGood -- .

The sale of license to hunters has and Mrs. Robt. Howe. Mary K. Duk.e"Friendly W. L Daughtry, one story bunga-

been a good revenue producer for the Road"-David Grayson. low; $300.

state and the game wardens in the BUSY BEES SALE WAS "The Peace Problem"-Frederick:! 0. N. Larson, two story, 7-room Gulf Gasoline

counties of south Florida, and thereis ATTENDED BY MANY: BUYERSThe Lynch. dwelling, for J. P. Holbrook; $2100.L For Sale !
some curiosity to hear from the "The Great Illusion"-Norman Angcll. M. Hall, barn; $60. I

state game commissioner as to total Busy Bees, a juvenile sewing Frank W. McAuley, cottage; $1000.J. I

receipts. The revenue will be probably club,.entertained at the Keystone yesterday C. Rodgers, addition to residence, 20 Acres Al land, near town.

be as much as $25,000. afternoon, for the benefit of GREAT MINSTREL SHOW 306 W. Church; $100. I

r.i 0 the poor children of the town. Their W. E. Long, store room rear of,, 200 budded one year old grapefruit P. WALTON Agl.

sale was a great success and a goodly Neil O'Brien and his "Great Amer- lot; $125. Well fenced, Special for ,
r Mrs. Belmont, who has been recog-
sum was realized. The children ican Minstrels," with everything Samuel Krebel, store room; $250. I
nized as the head of the suffrage .
ire happy over their success, and the brand new this season; from first partto Phil T. Siemens, two story frame a few days at $100. per acre. : PHONES 450-269
movement, threatens to become militant
money will go to relieve the needs of final curtain, will be the attractionat dwelling, Taylor's addition; $2500. I -.
and Mr. Elihu Root, head of the
some family to whom Christmas the Orlando opera house, December . llllllllllltlllll.IO...

f t to Republican become progressive.conservatives,New threatens York cheer might not otherwise have come. 19. Mr. O'Brien and his merry FAVORITE THEATER TODAY ,I Cooper & Atha
minstrel crowd will be a welcome
Great Spectacular 3-Reel Feature
can be depended upon to furnish swift
event; welcome, because this most recent Dr. BucRmaster
changes and stirring scenes at almost MRS. DOLIVE ENTERTAINEDAT "The Sorrows of Israel"Imp. I' 114 ORANGE AVENUE
I. of minstrel stars established a .
AUCTION ( Drama
BRIDGEA )
any stage of the political perform !
, ance. gilt-edge reputation everywhere last A Russian noblewoman, affiancedto Orlando Florida1253m.
t 0t recently formed card club held season, and enjoys an enviable record a prince, repudiates him when her Osteopathic Physician

t: its first meeting with Mrs. S. G. Do- for having presented one of the clean- parents die, transferring her love to .
Dr. Charles G. Pease, leader of the live on Saturday, and the afternoonwas est, most refined, and most thoroughly Yasha, a handsome Jew student. The 132 Orange Avenue
; Inner Circle, a religious cult which I
minstrel entertainmentsthis
passed most pleasantly in a series enjoyable prince, in revenge, instigates a mas- I
puts the ban on alcohol, tea, coffee, Bank
has witnessed in Next door to People's ,
country a gen-
t of games of auction bridge, after sacre of the Jews. To protect him.
[ cocoa and everything to smoke, declares which the hostess served a delicious eration. While many of the princi- self, Yasha joins the Nihilists, and I up-stairs. Acute and chronic

that a cup of tea is as inju salad A course. pals of last season have been retained, later flees to America with his bride. I diseases treated.Telephone .
rious as a Scotch highball. The effect -
O'Brien has secured for this
Those Mr. season Matinee 2 to 5.
present were Mrs. Woodruff, Night 6:30 to
of this pronunciamento will be Mrs. Goodrich, Mrs. Hauselt, Mrs. I a great deal of new material and Admission 5 cents to all. 9:30.1, 578.
l to increase the consumption of Scotch
of surrounded I
Bradshaw, Mrs. Spencer, Mrs. Palmer I gives assurance having __ __ __.
t highballs while the number of tea n
and Miss Kilmer.MENDELSSOHN. himself with what he considers one of
drinkers will not be lessened. Doc burnt-cork
i the strongest organiza-
i should have likened the deleterious assembled. the
tions Among
: ever
t effects of tea to sulphuric acid, ort MEMBERSTO : this
something like that. BE ADMITTED FREE 'notable new engagements season Lnristrnas ift c for is --tne
k t are Eddie Ross, the monologist, Ward Majest a

t 0f !Barton, the yodler, Joe Carey, tenor,
The Mendelssohn Club wishes to
New York has a new kind of criminal and Arthur Blake, baritone. Eddie
announce that its associate memberswill
t to. deal with-the needle man. Ross is considered the highest sala-
be admitted to this evening's
1: This latest atrocity in human form ried artist in his line on the minstrel
concert by the presentation of their
1 has been using a hypodermic needle stage. His success in the London
membership cards, and the membersof Father and mother will supply the baby with enough"jimcracks"make
; to inject opiates into women's arms music halls the past several months
the choral are requested to show of
gift nature.
a more
permanent
t has established him international your
while the victims were seated in as an -
I', darkened theaters, the object being to their cards at the door. fun-maker. The following suggestions are only a few of the many

I': abduct them for sinister purposes SUFFRAGE LEAGUE TO articles we are showing in a special baby display,
while under the influence of the drug. FIRST BIG TREATOF

r t': The first arrest was made a few days MEET AT UNITY CHAPELThe THE SEASON 1 Gold Rings for tinyfingers I

. ago, and the police court judge held III 1 anu!
.
t the prisoner under twenty thousand regular meeting of the Orlando Mendelssohn concert tonight at the I Up

f' dollars bond for grard jury investiga Equal Suffrage League will be held Grand theater. Hear the big chorusof
tion. Wednesday evening at 10 o'clock at seventy-five voices and the soloists Lockets and Chains 0n nn onJ |m

i.,. 0 Unity chapel. All those interested in Mrs. W. L Palmer, Forrest Dab- for girl baby necks 0LiUU!) I anuU)
the cause of equal suffrage are invited -
ney Carr and A. P. Curry. Tickets
f The St. Petersburg Independent is to be present. $1.00, on sale at Estes', Branch's, and Little gold pins for nf' J
the only Florida newspaper to achieve
Curtis & O'Neal's. dllU Un
the fame of little dresses dUb )
t having a syndicate story COMING TO THE LUCERNEA |r
published about it. The rule adopted

(' by Editor Lew Brown to give the pa- few years ago Thomas Dixon DEATH OF WILLIAM JOHNSON Silver Cups, $1.00 and up

, per away every day that the sun
J doesn't shine on the Independent gave to the world his most successful William Johnson, aged 66, a respected Come make your selections before the prettiest piecesare
novel, "The Leopard's Spots." It has resident of the Clear Lake
building furnishes the basis for the gone We'll lay them aside if you are not ready to
been read by millions of book readersover section, died yesterday morning at 4
r. story. St. Petersburg has been ad- take them
, the civilized world and is published o'clock. He is survived by his wife,
vertised and is known far and wideas
in three foreign languages. three sons and two daughters. Ham-
the Sunshine City, and the Inde-
: Thousands of copies are being sold mond & Gore have charge of the funeral -
pendent has been the chief factor in
in the leading capitals of Europe. In arrangements.
gaining this publicity for the town.It .

is only fair that the Independent Mr.dramatizing Dixon has"The only complied Leopard's with Spots"the lAYOR'S COURT PROFITABLEFOR

should share in the profits, for it has insistent demands of the people who THE CITY TREASURYThe II. [vans the JewelerOPPOSITE

been a good publicity dodge. have read and enjoyed the book and ,

o wish to see the characters on the fines assessed by Mayor Rey-

What authority has the tax commission stage as living, thinking beings. He nolds yesterday morning in police POSTOFFICE

to change the millage fixed has not only secured an excellent cast. court amounted to $315. The largestwas

by the legislature? The commission of artists to create the various roles,I that against Felix Cosby, a negro -

has ordered the tax assessors to as- but has, regardless of expense, surrounded for selling liquor, being $150. EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING

sess property at the true cash value. the players with a beautiful

If that is done and the millage is not scenic production."The II Kress' new store in Ybor City was
.
changed the people will not only Leopard's Spots" will be pre- opened to the public Friday after- - -- --

groan but they will yell at the increase sented at the Lucerne theater on noon. It is up-to-date in every par- I

and what will the state do Monday, December 15th. ticular.
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with the money? It would seem that !"" A TNC7I
: the tax commission is powerless to do I'. -- I

much until the next legislature convenes -

when the commission be in SPECIALlm

position to present information to XMA RIBBON allul MILLINERY SALE
that body which will warrant the fix-

ation of a lower millage, or else take

action to separate state and county Metz Runabout $$175OO

resources. "Includes Wool Goods, Coats and Coat Suits"

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Myers Mr.,E.has Prouty a scheme, a resident for building of Fort an Good Condition The Big Cut at the Right Time

electric road from that point to the
East Coast by way of Lake Okeechobee -

:.. and who claims are. to willing have French to put capitalists the- 5 per cent given for cash on all Tires Saturday Dec. 6 to Wednesday Dec. ID

; enterprise through as soon as the ,

counties interested approve the plan and Tubes. .

and offer their co-operation. Of the See Circulars and Visit us EarlyAtIT

various plans suggested for a road

across the peninsular it seems that

without something any should great delay.be accomplished Some dayit San Juan Garage Co. : E. :!vES

will come, beyond doubt, but thereis
-
no necessity to wait indefinitelyfor -
"The Christmas Place
Shopping
something that might be done in All Night Service
short order by a thorough getting to-

gether of the parties at interest. I I

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WHAT T I IS YOUR- ANSWER[ Broom Mr. ,Paul daughter Carland of Mr.and and Miss Mrs.Odessa M ..LUCERNE BEST FLORIDA CIRCLE.. . PUT SENSE INTO

C. Broom, were married at the homeof MADE CIGAR

the bride's parents yesterday aft-
Sold by all dealers 5 Cents
ernoon at one o'clock. There were nc YOUR GIVINGDON'T

WELL SEASONED CANDY OF THE SEASON attendants. The ceremony was per '. IMtllMtMIIIIIKIlMMSecondhand I

formed by Rev. Dr. J. E. Wray, pastor -
LOVE TO LOVERS OF SWEETS
SWEETS TO
I of the Methodist church. The

You read in advertisements or on window cards-"Just : i bride is a charming young woman, Knabe Baby

Received Some Delicious Candies." and the groom is a member of the Grand Piano, in splendid HAVE IT SAID OF A SINGLE GIFT OF _
We truly say, "Just Made in Our Shop," a fine line of Orlando police force. The happy
condition
'sweets. Considering quality, our candies are reasonable, young people have a host of friends ; fine tone; $500 YOURS THAT IT CAN NOT BE USED.A .

being sold direct from our sanitary shop to your home. who will join in wishing them the cash. Next Woman's Exchange -

No jobbers, railroad or express company affects our best that life holds. No. 7, Church St. SAFE GUESS FOR A GOOD FRIEND IS FOOT-

prices. H. Montgomery Smith.
We make all our candies and guarantee our goods to CHILDREN I WEAR. LOTS OF THINGS HERE THAT WILL

be fresh, pure, delicious; of highest quality and reason Santa has promised the Junior I 11 MAKE A HIT-FROM DRESS SHOES AND DANCING
able prices. FUNERAL OF
Civic League to be with them at the MRS.MARY
i I "The City's Largest Retail Candy Manufacturers" Orlando opera house Saturday night, A. DAVIS ; ; PUMPS TO LOOSE AND EASY HOUSE SLIPPERS

December 20th. Come and see him.
Funeral services over the remainsof ; ; FOR "PA," OR ROUGIIING IT BOOTS FOR A BOY.

Mrs. Mary A. Davis, who died cat
GOOD MORNING the home of her son, Mr. Jos. R.

K&NOY& KITCHEN[ Davis, Saturday night, were held
BUTT'S Have dandruff? If one bottle
you
i |
Davis' Hair Remedy does not cure it from the home yesterday afternoon, E. G. DUCKWORTH, Feet Fitter"The !
Rev. Dr. J. E. Wray, pastor of the
you get your money back. Estes i
Methodist church
Pharmacy sells it. 12-9-tf conducting the ser- Style You Want in the Size You Need." \
"The Home of Quality"MIMMIIIIIIIIIIIIIMMIIMI vices. The interment was in the Or. i

lando cemetery.Mrs. .
MIIIMMIMIHHMMWADE "Mail early" urges Postmaster Davis was 76 years of age, 1111111111"111111'1111111'11111"11'111111111111'1"_ _
O'Neal of the local postoffice, and he
and had lived in Orlando forty-two
asks for the co-operation of the gen- YOUNG LADIES AS BARGAIN SALEIn
and had reared i
Mr. George Steinmetz and daughters years, her family here.
eral public in preventing a crush in USHERS AT
Misses Helen and Julia, have She was a charter member of the CONCERTi i I
the office the last few
arrived at Wekiwa from Norristown, during days Orlando Methodist church, and was i four small 5-room houses, only
TUNER before Christmas. active and devout member of that The Mendelssohn Club is strivingto three blocks from postoffice. Price
THE Pa., to spend the winter with Mr. J. an
_____ for the bunch, $4,550; or single sale
ORLANDO.FLA. B. Steinmetz. organization. Seven children survive make the concert tonight artisticin each.
$1,250 for
Renting $15 per
J I I Miss Mary C. Howard returned last her, the daughters being Mrs. every way, and so the club is in- month.

They sure are SanitarythoseKinonos night from an extended visit to St. A. E. Bennett, of Arcadia; Mrs. U. troducing a new feature, that of having Who wants a cheap home or wantsto
Louis. On her home she invest?
stoppedfor
that Boardman's "Store ofSatisfaction" way W. Scruggs, of Fort Meade; Miss Su- four attractive young girls act
Griffing Brothers' trees, roses and a few days at Birmingham. Miss I offer $50 reward for the owner of
Davis ushers. As there
suie of Orlando her as are no reserved
is ; sons
distributing so freelyat in the of Orlando
Fla.
property city ,
12-2-tf Howard is clerk in the
results. officeof
deputy
rnamental, give manufacturer's prices. It Messrs. Sumter, Jeff, Jack and Jos. seats there will be no complications that will duplicate this property is
Clerk B. M. Robinson, and will R. Davis. arising from the change. I price and location.
A. R. Hale has returned to Palatka likely resume her duties today. I II I For the above and several 5, 10,
Messrs. Simon Watson and his son i I 20, 40-acre homes
after a few days spent in,the city. | country improved
James are in Orlando prospecting.They Take WEDNESDAY MENU i iI LADY SOLICITORS-In Orlando some with growing crops stock and
to Warman
your repairing on i
lay are from Vermont. It is likely Civic Tea and Lunch Room ;, and surrounding territory, to take tools, seeCHADWICK-
Sheriff King, of county, was Court street. 12-5-tf 'orders for toilet article
high grade
they will purchase property here and All Hours ; FOR LOW PRICES.
in the city a short time yesterday. easy, pleasant work, good pay; entire
make this their home. Soup: |time not Write C. H. R. Phone 398.
j: Rev. Dr. John W. Stagg and Dr.J. necessary.
Vegetable Oyster Co., care Sentinel. Open evening 7 to 8. 12-9-61
Warman Sells, and Fixes Bicycles, F. McKinnon left yesterday after-
See Gatlin before you buy a lot in Oyster Patties ,
fa Court street. 12-5-tf noon for Lakeland, where they will '-
any of the numerous suburbs of the Salads: '
attend a called meeting of the St.
isahe and most attractive Waldorf t.II'II..II.III.II..II.III..I.II.IIII"III.III'III'Money '
city. It prettiest Potato and Celery
Mr. Frank Gautier, of Jacksonville, Johns presbytery.
spot within reach of Or Lettuce and Tomato
is in Orlando today on business.
lando. 12-5-tf Mr. and Mrs. Edward Clem and Sandwiches: to Loan
Cream Cheese Pimento Cheese
Dolivleft
Mr. W. L. yesterday for their son and his wife, Mr. and Mrs.J. .

Tampa to visit his son, Mr. H. S. The Twentieth Century Club will E. Clem, of Dayton, 0., are visit- Ham
hold their annual thimble party on Mince Pie Lemon Tarts
Dolive. ing at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Wednesday afternoon at three o'clockat Coffe Tea Cocoa Milk
George C. Lautenschlager, on Lake-
Sheriff Frank Gordon went to Tam- the residence of Mrs. R. L. Bunch view avenue. I. Loans in sums of$500 to $3000on
I Ion HAIR FALLING OUT?
brief. Central avenue. I
yesterday afternoon on a
.business pa visit. I I I The Schumann property in Colonial Davis' Hair Remedy will stop it. IMPROVED INSIDE property fora
back '
Estes Pharmacy
Money
A sensible, seasonable and most Park has been purchased by Mr. guarantee. -
term of FIVE
Cash Registers. Warman fixes 'em! acceptable gift would be one of those and Mrs. L. W. Colvin, of St. Cloud, sells it. 12-9-tf : years. Principaland

on Court street. 12-5-tf dainty Kimonos the "Store of Satisfaction" and they will make their home there. interest payable in
Eat what want. monthly
you !:
I is making such a hit with-
.. Mrs. Colvin lived in Orlando before Eat all you want. '
Don't forget the Sale of Kimonos get one while assortments are good. her marriage and her many friends Take a postscript and forget it. j I'I'' instalments.

the "Store of Satisfaction" is running I here will give her and Mr. Colvin a For sale by all druggists. :

this week. It Judge J. W. Perkins, State's At- cordial welcome.Mr. ll-30-d&w-lm ',

torney Carey D. Landis and Court DOES YOUR SCALP ITCH? .', s. Y. 'JT..A.J'.I.I..IIQ..III.IIIIIII..II..IIIIIIIII'II.:
For the most wholesome candies in
Stenographer Chas. E. McCrory, arrived -
Hugh Sparkman, private secre- If one bottle Davis' Hair Remedy
Orlando, go to Butt's Candy Kitchen, from DeLand last night and are tary to Congressman Claude L'Engle. doesn't cure we'll give your money I .. . .. . 1MHMMIIIMM+;
on Orange avenue. the San Juan. _
registered at i is in the city. Mr. Sparkman was back. Estes Pharmacy sells it. : .

formerly a newspaper man, and is 12-9-tf L .
Mr. J. M. Griffing, the nurseryman
When you contemplate getting mar well known throughout the state. He i:'
was, the visitors in Or- I'
lando yesterday.Hon. among. ried you first satisfy yourself that is looking splendidly, and Washingtonlife IMPORTANT ;. Anderson Automatic ScaleIn
the particular girl you have in mindis evidently agrees with him. He Educate for business. I:

the only one you want. When you confesses that he likes the game at Patronize home institutions. I, First Class Condition
Thos. E. Wilson, of Sanford, "It pays to investigate." j:
those Gatlin lots will want the and is in
see you capital, no hurry to giveit Show
was the welcome visitors to Card Writing and j|i''
among
them all. Jansen will fix it for you up. Congressman L'Engle doesn't Penmanship a Specialty. :'

Orlando yesterday.Mr. when your choice is made. 12-5-tf anticipate any serious opposition in ORLANDO BUSINESS COLLEGE.Boys' :, Oil Tank

the next election. Mr. Sparkman is -
and Mrs. J. C. Parish, of Far- :
Double
Breasted Suits at and
in Florida matter of official bus
Mrs. L C. returned on a Holds
100 Gallons
Massey yester-
rington, W. Va., are stopping at the below cost, as long as they last. J. C. '
Keystone for the winter. day from a visit to Baltimore and iness. Anno, the Boy Clothier. 12-6-3w :
other cities. Mr. Massey went to ,
,
I MlilliMMMMIIHtMMMCOAL The above too small for
are
Jacksonville to meet her. Mrs. Massey Eat what you want. our rap-
Mr. J. S. Kavanaugh, of Fort

Thomas, Ky., is among the arrivalsin has been absent several months. Take Eat all a you postscript want. and forget it. WOOD COKE';I :I id increasing business, and we Had to

Orlando to spend the winter. For sale by all druggists.
Charcoal
The ladies of the Civic League ll-30-d&w.lm ; ; replace them with larger. Will sell

_
Mr. B. F. Bowen, a former well promise a good time to all those who Turpentine Chips :

known business man, but now a mov- attend their dance on Wednesday I LUTHER THE FLORISTCut ; them at a low price for cash.

ing spirit in Jacksonville's affairs, is evening, at the Elks' hall. Refreshments Fence Posts < |

,in the city today.A will be served, and the very Flowers

best music will be had. Orlando Wood Yard ji jiB.
ROSES, VIOLETS,
money saver in every sense of THE SANITARY GROCERY

the word is the Kimono Sale that is For trees see W. H. Brokaw. Of- CARNATIONS, PANSIES, W. KINGSLEY, Proprietor | I I

progressing so well at the "Store' of fice opposite postoffice. Phone 267. Phonr 344 104 W. Pine St. ', I CARUTHERS & GORE
Satisfaction." It 122tfliiimiiiiiiii POTTED PLANTS
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Phone 200 6 & 8 Pine Street.

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MOTION PICTURES best. There are six Fords sold Robes Full Dress Sets .-

House Coats Combination Sets
to one 01 any other car. 'Twouldbe
Pictures Changed Dally. Collar Bags Tie Racks

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By NEWELL'S ORCHESTRA : lando.

.. Six Touring Cars will arrive next Special lot of Silk Hose at 25c per pair.

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FIRST SHOW, ,,7,15 P.M : week. Place your order now. Come and look our stock over.

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SECOND SHOW, < 8,15 P.M : Let us help you make a selection.

.. F. G. RUSH,
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Admission 5 and 10 cents :

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EX-BANK DIRECTOR ATSAVANNAH FOR SALE-New residence, 409 An-i FOR RENT-New 5-room bungalow,

. .. RICO IN BAD INDICTED derson street Terms, half down, close in; $25. Call at corner of . .
balance two years time. Inquire on Amelia and Trenton streets.
premises afternoons, or E. II. Gore, "
,SANITARY CONDITIONGENERAL : Savannah, Ga., Dec. 6.The grand I Caruthers & Gore Sanitary Grocery, ROOMS FOR RENT for light housekeeping ,rHammond

I jury of the United States court has I,6 and 8 E., Pine St 11-29-lm with all conveniences. 307 Gore
E. Pine street. 12-3-1m
indicted Fleming D. Tinsley, a for-

McINTYRE MAKES RE. mer director in the Merchants' Na- FOR SALE FOR-RENT-Large, well furnishedroom
to
PORT ON CONDITIONS IN tional bank, on the charge of ille- Five-room bungalow, with bath and accommodations persons; also wishing 2 acres suburban good FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS
sleeping porch. 506 Lexington St.,
ANNUAL SUMMARY gally withdrawing funds from a na- Concord Park. Lot 67x230 feet. truck land, close in. Good opportu-

tional bank of which he was a di- 1211mo. nity Sentinel.for right person. Address A," I REAL VALUES LOW PRICES

Washington, Dec 6.While the rector. It is not known whether he 9-8tf

sanitary system in Porto Rico is still is in the city. The alleged illegal act HORSE FOR SALEI FOR RENT-Three-room furnished COMPARE

in crude state judged from took place last March, when it is al.1 have a large family horse, nine cottage, Concord Park, near Orange
a very years old, that, I wish to sell, and avenue. $10 monthly. Apply next
American standards, commendable leged Mr. Tinsley secured $60,500 I buggy and harness. The horse will door to Mrs. Morey, 402 Colonial OUR FURNITUREWe

progress has been made towards from the :Merchants' National bank work anywhere. Will have this prop- Drive. 12-7-It

cleaning the, island, according to by the deposit of a "pink slip," which I erty here next Wednesday. Apply to
up t'I J. A. Rowe, Davis & McNeill building. i>rm'UU> the quality furniture that has long
the annual report of Brigadier General ,pretended to show that he had a stock
12-6-3t MISCELLANEOUS been accepted by knotting furniture buyers as the
Frank McIntyre, chief of the bureau -''of cotton on hand which he did not I i I
standard of merit If an article is here it is good.It .
of insular affairs, delivered to have.A. I II FOR SALE-I have two hundred wouldn't IK here were it otherwiseVe can't make

the secretary of war today. General strands of well seasoned pine,mostly EVERYTHING NEW for Xmas at this point too clearit i is one of the foundation stones
I I large timber. I will deliver full the Evans Parlors, No. 100 North
McIntyre points out that the exportsand D. Galbraith, D. V. S., the vet trands in Orlando at $2.25. Writeme Main. Phone 125. 1-26-tf of this business, and that means much to any buyer.

imports of both Porto Rico and erinary surgeon, located at T. J.blathers' R. F. D. 1, or leave order with -- -------- -
the Philippines have increased greatly Dickson & Ives. J. W. Gaines. LOST-A small red book, memoran-
livery'stable. Phone 14. 12-3.1wk dum. Finder leave at this office McNEILL & DAVIS BLOCK
during the past fiscal year. 11-13-tf. and receive reward. 12-3-3t ,

Among the difficulties to be over FOR SALE WANTED good fivepassengerFord. Cor. Orange Ace and Church SI., Orlando, la.
come in making Porto Rico sanitary, Call at Sentinel
I House and grove at Fair Villa, 13 office. L
Subscribe for the Sentinel.
General McIntyre says, are a lack ofa acres, of which three acres are young 12.73t .. .
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good sewerage and garbage dis- budded 1 grapefruit; borders lake; 0 - - .- - - - --'
LOST-A French !
posal system, lack of sanitary mar.i house I of 8 rooms; good barn; attractive to the name of poodle Chance.dog Reward,answers if .
: winter home. Apply at this office.
kets, lack of hospital facilities, over- PEOPLE'SANTS ll-15-lm returned to No. 9 E. Livingston Ave. - - ------ --
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crowding and insanitary condition of 12-7-tf |i i

municipal jails, some of which are FOR SALE .
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MUNNIMAKERS WANTED-A second-hand buckboardor .. -
43 acres, located three miles northwest .. 1
used for the detention of violently insane light spring Caruthers ;" A r 1
Notices of Lost Wanted For Sale For 1\ of Orlando, on S. A. L R. R., at wagon. ,,' .
persons; congestion in the homeof Rent, etc., for this column, 25c; for one day 1 & Gore. 12-3-St. 'i 1
60c for three days, or 75c for one week for 'Fairvilla Station, on Lake. Fairview; I '
the laboring classes and contami- 25 words or let>*. Money must accompanythe 1 lake front near station; young grapefruit jji HOT WATER
FOR RENT Well furnished
nation milk General McIntyre advertisements for this column, as no and land about rooms,
of supply. orange grove;
insertions will be made on credit. in modern home, near in; electric : }
half citrus fruit and half vegetable v
ascribes the failure of the ; lights, bath, hot and cold water; large : < .,
8-room house barn ideal winter \-
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American authorities to make the FOR SALE home, right near Country Club. Ad- front room with fireplace. 114 East i| .. ; 'if it.:N (1/11 '" WHEN

island sanitary to the density of pop-I dress W. T. Chapman, owner, R. F. D. Jackson. St. 12-6-31''i I ',. .. ",I..J"J'I,J : ,, ,. .,.'.;fn l.: _

ulation and dense ignorance of the FOR SALE-A good horse. Gus C. No. 2, Orlando. ll-27-lm-d&w FINE SPORT FISHING at Oakland,\ 7 /. /..., /l !' ; ) '-, ,; -

people of even the elements of hygiene Schultz, Formosa, Fla. 12-2-lm I Fla. Motor boats and fish boats A1: 1 I 1tJ ; i.tll..r' Y 0 U "

i I for rent by Paul Rhodey. Phone 'Pii 1" 1 '\ tIt. \i
at the time of American occupation I orders I1i .
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FOR SALE-Anything in Florfda I FOR RENT I to A. J. Willis & Co.'s store. ,:. ; I" ,:fY IJ ''''' ,,, !Io' \..: \ J_ Vi
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Real Estate. Orange County Realty 1 71 I
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FOR RENT-Seven room house, fur I J. 1"4. "I'H': ". p )
MUCH TRAVEL TO I nished. Apply 502 South Lake St. Artistic photographs for Xmas at 1 11i /f' '1" "IJ' E INe 1\\a (, J I.
THE STATE NOW FOR SALE-House and lot; also lots I 12-4-tf the Evans Parlors, No. 100 N. Main. 1; t: ,, \: ., 10 _')} "' .
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j I on Broadway, Amelia avenue and -- ---. - ---- Phone 25. 11-15-tf !(./ IIJ': '" =- '7-;+ you II
J. G. Kirkland, division passengeragent 1I \ POSSIBLY
Summerlin street. Mrs. Norman Robinson EIGHT-ROOM I -
furnished house \ :
; gas : = -
of the Atlantic Coast Line, has 301 Concord avenue. 11-27-lm j and electric lights. 205; E. Robinson WANTED-Position as dairyman; I I I I"1 1 ; \ J'i\\ .: ., { ow .
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just returned from a business trip to I HH avenue, on Lake Eola. 12-7-61 several years' experience; by mar- [ 1\1\ !\: + '. : ""17 % that an unlimited
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Jacksonville, and other points in the FOR SALE-Anything in Florida i iI ried man. Call on or address L. II. H'W 1 \\\ ': 1 'f li supply of hot
Real Estate. Orange County Realty FOR RENT-Furnished cottage, six Jarrett, 205 West Pine St.112 "I .i1JlJr'I'; l' '1
northern part of the state. l" y
water-hot
I Company. 11-12-lm rooms and bath; Lake Eola. Apply water

Mr. Kirkland says that homeseekers '217 E. Robinson avenue, Mrs. M. E. LOST-A rope gold watch chain, be- when you want it-hot as long as you want it-is
and tourists are pouring into the FOR SALE OR RENT':"" House, six i, Ke \vin. 12-9-3t tween Bank and Trust Co. and S. F. ..
state in numbers that is greatly sur'I) rooms and bath; all improvements; '! Foundry Return to Sentinel and receive now inexpensively obtained without any further
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: !on East South street. Apply J. G. FOR RENT-To one or two young 'reward. 12-4-3t thought than you give to turning on
prising to the railroad men, who ar Manuel 12-l-l\\ki
city. of good habits front
I; men pleasant off the
or gas light. Unless have
familiar with the conditions. I I room in refined family..Address A. B., ARTISTIC Photography for Xmas you
Twenty-five homeseekers arrived in/, FOR SALE-A large bungalow and care Sentinel. 11-30-lw now. The Evans Parlors, one block seen or heard about the wonderful
lot on North Orange avenue. Price : north cf Court house. Phone 125.;
Tampa yesterday, in a special car r reasonable. Address call Rolla : Y
or on 11-26-tf Ruud Automatic
FOR RENT-Furnished rooms, with
from Chicago. A packed car also> Reel at the Steam Laundry. 11-19-tf r
: i electric lights bath and yard; four
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went to Orlando with a party fro mDON'T blocks from postoffice. 7 W. Robinson WANTED-Work by four reliablemen. Gas Water Heater

Chicago, as did one to Punta Gorda.The DELAY, but get your Xmas j avenue, city. 12-6-3t Will accept positions together .
I Photos now at the Evans Parlors,j I or otherwise. and f
Coast Line is now running: one block north of court house. Phone I can give best of reference.Experienced AddressM. this sounds like a pretty big claim but like i
FOR RENT-New furnished in all ingenious deuces, it is extremely
four trains from Jacksonville to Tarn 125. ll-2C-tf rooms simple. ,
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: __ _ I new modern home; every com'en.ience office. 1253tWANTEDEverybody The Ruud is usually installed'in the basement
and the
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pa passenger I FOR SALE-New, inexpensive, mod-I ; kitchenette if desired; reason- to the ordinary house: piping. The kJ ; '" I
growing every day. The late train | ern two-story house five rooms, 'able. 14 E. Amelia avenue, next doorto to know that mere act of turning on any hot water faucet '
which arrived in the city last nigh t t bath and sleeping porch.; Apply the Wyoming. 12-4-lwk I now is the time to plant citrus starts the heater in operation. The water
trees, bushes and of all '
2071 rose plants is heated instantly-pure, unlimited '
hot
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was well filled, although cars are be.1 America street. kinds and that I have Jj'I
FOR RENT-Rooms, with or without a very large water, fit to drink as it is to bath in. Closing
ing added every time they are needed L I FIVE PASSENGER AUTOMOBILE |! board; newly furnished; large cool and varied stock of the best varieties."Bill" I the faucet turns off the gas in the hcater-

Effective December 9, the Atlanti c new mechanical condition; $575 cash; verandas; all conveniences; nothing 11-29-6t Speer, 406 South Hughey St. without a moment's waste of fuel. mow;

Coast Line will re-establish the e or equity in city lots. Box 733, city better in Florida. Terms reasonable. 1 See the Ruud Operated at the Gas Office __ 11

"Dixie Limited," a fast train fro m I 12.4.4t 401 West street. 12-7-61
WHY PAY exorbitant rent or board?
Jacksonville to Chicago, the fast trail 1!I FOR SALE-At fine al. FOR RENT Well furnished rooms
a bargain, Why not buy a little home? Buy
leaving Jacksonville on the morningof t most new upright piano; owner for light housekeeping; bath, hot it of the owner and save the agent's Orlando Water & Light Company

the 9th. On this train'a through!I leaving town and must sell; also other and cold water; electric lights and commission. Address B., Box 178.
household 416 E. Church telephone close in. 312 N. Main 11301m.
goods. ; St.
sleeper will be taken to St. Louis. street 12.76t :12-1-1wk GAS DEPART IENT

: The "Dixie Limited" is routed I _I - WANTED-To exchange a vacant lot

through Jackson to Tifton, Atlanta,, FOR SALE-Almost new upright FOR RENT-Furnished house, ten on Concord avenue, Orlando, for a
Nashville, and through to Evansville! ,, piano, two princess dressers, Ax-| rooms and sleeping porch; centrally I five-passenger car, Ford or Overland ""--

Ind., then to the Windy City.-Tampa, minster art square. Must be sold at located; suitable for either one or,I preferred 1913 or 1914 model; must
once. Bargain. 305 E. Church St. two families. Address F. G. Rush, I be in A-No. condition. J. 0. Evans,
Times. I! 12-6-3t I City. 11.26-tf I Maitland, Fla. 11-30-tf



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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 .


C -: 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


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

l. will to to store to show our
as come our as we propose


r appreciation of your past dealings with us by giving you genuine .


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FURNITURE, STOVES, RUGS, Etc.




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"THE CAR WITH A CONSCIENCE" Tuesday Dinner 11.30 to 2 pm Price 35 Cents.

Prompt and Courteous Attention Given to all Patrons,



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Chicken. Soup

0, Lettuce Sliced Tomatoes

Roast Chicken, Dressing Cranberry Sauce

Roast Beef, Brown Sauce

Mashed Potatoes Creamed Onions

Model '43 Chassis: Five-passenger touring car. Wheel base is 116 inches; double drop frame.
Motor 41-4 x 51-4. four cylinders, cast: in pairs; unit power plant; cone dutch; selective type transmission Steamed Rice Mashed Turnips
; German silver "V" shaped radiator, square tu.5 type; Stromberg carburetor; full floating rear
axle: New Departure bearings; tires, 35 x 4 1-2; Improved Delco electric startIng, lighting and ignition Banana Ice Cream 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. Prices Tea Coffee Milk
fully equipped: TourIng car, $1,875 dehvered. Other models $1,150 to $3,000.



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REHEARSINGFOR I.new groves come into bearing he will DON'T LOSE A DAY
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TUESDAY'S PERFORMANCE be the owner of about 300 acres of I I. I
I bearing trees, which will make him! With tenantless property on your
The members of the Mendelssohn:perhaps the largest owner of bearing hands. Sentinel advertising is as im- ti"'IIIIII"I tea. '
Club have spent mapy evenings dur-I citrus fruit trees in the stat e.-Tam I portant to you as it is to the biggest ,
ing the past week in rehearsing and'I pa Times. merchant in town. slltlM'.ltUtllM.M.U'.M.M.M.' '"fl I 14tUI.3a..U.+.i I
the concert to be given on Tuesday. No desirable property need remain frw> """"""""" "HII; : :U,WI i L i Co ol.: : HtM8Ht *""" M""1.

night will doubtless surpass any entertainment SLIGH'S PACKING HOUSE tenantless for very long. No desir- 111'1'1" ....
ever given by this excellent l- ONE OF TilE MOST MODERN able property, attractively advertised, MMMMHIMIM
organization.The A Sentinel representative enjoyeda ever does stand vacant for many days.
program is to be divided into visit to and through the packinghouse One would suppose that every property .
two parts, the first to include the being operated by Mr. J. F. owner, and every real estate
"Sanctus," by Gounod, sung by Mr. Sligh in Orlando. ihe Gulf Iron agent, knew this fact by this time. Orlando
Curry, and the chorus; three solos Works, of Tampa, furnished the, But the most obvious facts are
by Mrs. Palmer, and two selectionsby 'I washing machinery whi"h has just I II learned but slowly-sometimes only
the chorus. The remainder of the been installed. Up to this lime this after long continued losses of rent Water & Light Co.
program is to be taken from "Hia I I is the last word in the way of wash- income-by some overconservativepeople. ,
watha," by S. Coleridge Taylor, the ing fruit before packing. It is_ entirely .
Mendelssohn Club chorus, with Mrs.I automatic, and the fruit is There are property owners in this
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Palmer and Mr. Carr as soloists, par-i i I I thoroughly cleansed, brushed off and city who would not, under any circumstances ElectricityGas i ir
ticipatin :then dried. There is a vast differencein i "lose a day" in commenc- J
I I the appearance of it when it gars I ing a Sentinel want ad. for tenants. Water Ice ;
BEACHAM'S THE LARGEST through it and after it has passed But they are not apt to preach that I ..
Braxton Beacham, of Orlando, is through the bath. The machine washes ;'doctrine to others. They simply ap-
preparing to set out a new grapefruitgrove a car of grapefruit in two hours, ply it to their own affairs, lettingthe ,
to cover eighty acres. The and the capacity for oranges is four other folks know by experience. Office:- -No. 18 West Central Avenue I
land is now being prepared and the car loads a day. The Sligh packinghouse I
trees will be set out in January. Inj: employs a large number of'' Miami's new city high school will
addition to this big new grove :Mr. hands, and is an industry of itself be erected between Ninth and Tenth Telephone No.6.
I streets, on Avenue H, facing the city
Beacham will add twenty-five or thir- which distributes much money among
ty acres to his grove at Apopka, Orlando business men. park to the westward and overlookingthe
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to Valencias. Mr. Beacham has at WOOD, COAL AND ICE 'splendid site.Subscribe 'IIIII'II'I"'I"1'1..II'I'II"'II'II"IIII'DII'a'I'I"'I'
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this time about 175 acres of citrus Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand's I
fruit trees in bearing. When these Coal Yard, phone 566. 9-31-tf for The Daily Sentinel


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


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



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An elegant residence on plot 7)x123 facing Lake Eola with orange lots on Ruth Avenue, between Broadway and Lockhart

grapefrait and tangerine trees The house contains 10 rooms, 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 One lot 66x138 on Livingston Avenue, between Broadway and

verandas, partly screened. Lockhart Avenues, second block from Magnolia.Five .



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

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

orange trees, half block from Lake Eola.


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 60x 1)0 on East Central Avenue, facing Lake Eola, in your earliest convenience as all this property must be sold at an

one of Orlando's best locations. early date.
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f . Florida Citrus ShipmentsCars
moved last week _________ 904 L THE HO711L' :
Cars moved week belost last____1,464
Total cars moved to last By enforcement of law and order thro ;

Saturday ________.__________6,066 force of arms.

A special from Jacksonville to the L THE FARM :
STATHBANK New York Packer, under date of December =
5, says: L Jty experimental stations, and free reports
the loud noise made
In spite of by
=- of their discoveries.
the citrus fruit shippers in the state
that they would close the majority of
the packing houses, and the balance THE FUTURE :

of Orlando would only work half time, there were By compulsory education, and conservation
nearly 1,000 cars moved. Reports
of natural
1893 from a large percentage of the markets resources.
are that the market is over
stocked and slow sale both on oranges L THE FINANCE :

and grapefruit, and, owing to By direct of
LONG ESTABLISHEDSAFE supervision specific banks and
the weather conditions, all fruit thatis
not shipped under refrigeration is only those banks are permitiad to le called"National"

CONSERVATIVEACCOMMODATING showing decay. banks and to keep
The citrus fruit crop is very tender, government
nicely colored and well sugared, and L funds on deposit..
the utmost care should be taken in
the handling, packing and icing of I!
cars to insure a satisfactory deal to
all parties concerned. There is no I UilidPopodtoiry( ( I 1
doubt that large sized oranges will 011Jftc
bring good prices particularly in the }
northern markets as a large majorityof t( ( )n )!

.. the fruit which will move from the

sizes.It state. this season will run to small L 4 ,r4 NO 10069. til / >> (

is estimated that up to the present E:
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time there have been 500,000
boxes more oranges shipped this sea- I'
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son than up to the correspondingdate :
last year. The total shipments i
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METHODISTS MAKE LOCAL TALENT TO TAKE aggregate to date about 1,700,000 ----". ,,'I'"" ,I"I'"P'', ,,', j1'i'!:' :, d, ', ,, :llaj'i': ,\,'',," ,i'' >,\,,, "," ," li'I; '" '::: 'i" '1.,,"'''';,,'' , ,;'il ,,,,::":'"I r.'I,: 'IllM !!-:ilII JI1i;-!! liWil"lm0 !, ;",'"
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boxes. The East Coast claim == " ", " "" i .'I i'', " ", ' H" !" "I"
growers .
GREAT REPORT PART IN MOTION PICTURE -'I :' ,I "I ';:' .; ,'I:.;," I',',!'",i'' ,' i',' I ,' I ','",,,' I, > ::? ." '
that nearly half the grapefruit crop ':'LM t;:; F" (i :: ) : : : : ."..1'f

from Dade county already has been _. . .. ..
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; vices at the Grand yesterday morn- do's streets and show places will be shipped. I M.HM ...o.... ) """"' t++HOU.'H""IIOUtoteIU
ing Dr. Wray read to his large con- made by the Civic Motion Picture A dispatch 'from Pittsburg says: rvwrw'r n '
gregation the report of the work of that the high cost of living was given i{II: :
company, of Tampa, and Messrs y wt] :
the Orlando church for the year to I Charles H. Buck and J. E. Burgert something of a jolt December 2 at'',: LLStl"lt.ttliltu
of1:
!leads
be made at the annual conference representing the company, have: ar- Pittsburg. Twenty-five car :
Twelve thousand dollars has been Florida oranges were sold at 90 cants\i'
rived to begin work on it. The pic-
a box, about one cent for each of the ;: :
the church building and
paid on new
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ture will be
given a farcecomedyplot
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there are $18,000 in subscriptions.The in which a number of local char- one million five hundred thousand or. i' : r
church has raised for current ex- acters will take part, and the scenes anges in the shipment. The yard : '
and the benevolences this 'were fairly choked with fruit and it : R fl2va1 l l it f
penses year will be laid in the streets and parks I n
$7,349, of this more than $3,000 is so as to include the most attractive was necessary to dispose of the oranges ': yy
for missions. The grand total for the portions of the city in the pictureIt to prevent them from spo.hng I
is $19,822. 111 members have In the same market and at the same
year will
require several days to com-
been received during tie time Florida strawberries were sell
year. plete the picture. When the film is
This is a great report, one of the ing at 75 cents a quart. I
ready for use it will be presented at !
best the church ever made. the Grand theater. The weather continues warm here Begins Monday Dec. 1st
and is causing considerable anxiety ,

f TO ALL A MERRY CHRISTMAS among the shippers of fruit and veg-
FIRST \\OMAN LAWYER etables. Fifty-two cars of lettuce and and lasts 30 days .t
DIES IN POVERTYSt.
On the Saturday night before two cars of beans left the state last
Christmas, in the Orlando opera week and shipments this week will be
house, the Junior Civic League will Louis, Dec. 8.-Miss Phoebe heavier, particularly of beans. The
I give a Christmas entertainment, ore Couzins, who was the first woman crop is moving from various pointson article in this mammoth
which they feet sure will appeal to lawyer in the United States, the first the east and west coasts. Express Every
every person, big or small, who has woman to hold the office of United shipments of tomatoes and new '
I L. in his heart the slightest response to States marshal and the first womanto potatoes are moving quite freely. I stock reduced.
r the call of the Christmas season. If be graduated from Washington
.: you are a child, come and enjoy this university, was buried here today. HOW TO BUILD ROADS
evening with us. If you are a grownup With her was lowered into the SHOWN BY "MOVIES" Don't fail to see the Aero-Plane Ascension -

f come and be a child again. grave her most prized possessionthe -

'" On Saturday night, December 20, United States marshal's badge Philadelphia, Pa., Dec. 8.-Demonstrations = it will play every day next week j !
I' we are presenting a play, "Christmas presented by President Cleveland to of various machines and ,
With the Blue Bird Club," written especially her father and upon his death to her. materials used in road building, and
!i'' for us. The small sum of 25 Miss Couzins died in poverty Sat moving pictures, showing different the weather permitting, from the top of j j jIlk

cents will admit you to this pleasure. urday. Her burial was provided for conditions and streets and roads,
One-half of the proceeds from the by Mrs. William H. Thompson, wife were features of the tenth annual
i evening's entertainment is to be given of a banker who in childhood was convention of the American Road

as a Christmas offering to the poor Phoebe's playmate. I Builders' association, which began N w Yoe11-Bucwortli Co's Blli1thll i i.
i children of our community by the here today.
I children of the Junior Civic League. JEWELRYAll "Highway Officials: Their Duties
f Lend your presence and enthusiasm and Powers" and "Division of Expense -
t in the good work of contributing to kinds here-Rings and Pins and Responsibility and Authority Everybody welcome.
r the happiness of the poor and show Studs and Earrings and Brooches and Between Nation, State, County and
f your interest in helping along the Chains. Everything up-to-date in design Town," were subjects of papers read.
.; children's work. and properly priced.

i Christmas is nearly here. WOOD EFFICIENCYThe
Mr. Geo. P. Docker and R. P. Fritz, Our stock is complete. We ask

of Atlanta, arrived in a Mitchell car your patronage only on the basis, of value of the wood you buy depends NP.YOWEL
; and will spend two or three days in the best quality for the lowest pos-, upon its efficiency as a heat
this section.
.t sible price consistent with good qual producer.

i ity. Dollar for dollar and cent for cent, .1 MINIMI lllllttfT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MIIIMMMMMIIIH . ... . . ..
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All we ask of you is to investigate. Fer

Stan ar of t the e Phone 375 ELDREDGE BARLOW.


BOY WANTED
: I WorlSupmobile Apply at Marion B. Ires' store.
:: JewelryWe ::
Must be at store all day. 12-7-tf

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THEATR o a most complete stock of

Tires, Guaranteed 5000 Milesi' LUCERNE fEY E

& RAEIih-
Exclusive Agents. PROPRIETORSAT Gifts for Christmas

; 5 per cent off for Cash on Casings and Tubes THE LUCERNE
Two Vaudeville Acts Each Night

i SUPPLIES PARTS One Tabloid Act 0 Any article reserved oIi
: Elmore and Bartlett, and
Come and See.
Baby Glendora, the cutest kid, in
; Livery Service songs and dances.
Three Reels of Pictures
"In Three Hours" (American' ).

"Old Folks at Home" (Thanhouser & CO
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"Two Men and a Mule" (Reliance) ,
Admission lOc. 16C1 dJ
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