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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 10, 1913
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1913.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 1, no. 269 (Dec. 20, 1913).
General Note: J.F. Schumann, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 4 (Feb. 14, 1913).
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Direct Service Postal Telegraph until 2 a. m. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY. Orlando-Progressive Center of the State.

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VOLUME ONE. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1913. NUMBER 260.

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MASSEY[Y TO B BE[ CITY ATTORNEY[ MERCHANTS TOLD STAGGERING LOSS BRYAN 800M STARTED AFTER[


TO REMAINNEUTRAL IN TEXAS flOODS


AND WICNTNDANl[ CLERK[ DINNER AT SOME Of "PrfRlfSS"


CARRANZA PROMISES TO PROTECT DEATH LIST 230 AND ESTIMATED -

I THEM IF THEY RE- LOSS OF PROPERTY IS j -

CITY COMMISSIONERS GOING POLITICAL[ SPEECHES AT FRAIN FROM HELPING PLACED AT ONE HUNDRED CIRCUIT| COURT MEETS; WILSON SUGGESTION FOR

ABOUT WORK IN CAUSE OF HUERTA MILLION DIRECT PRIMARIES OFFERS .

, MANNER BAND STAND TODAYJOE I ATTORNEYS NOT READYWITH
THOROUGH OPPORTUNITYBRYAN
Mexico City, Dec. 9.-All of the Special to the Sentinel.

Spanish merchants here have received'; Dallas, Tex., Dec. 9.-Today for the I
'
first time it became possible to estimate !-
through the mails a typewritten circular
CHENEY AND JENKINS DO. -
THIRTY-FOUR CASES ON

SURPRISES ARE LIKELY LIVE TO APPEAR AS ADVOCATES City," containing letter postmarked"a warning"Mexico from taken, by the the toll great of floods life and of the property Bra- : DOCKET NO HEARING LIKELY WOULD GET IT

FOR THE CAUSE Carranza zany and Colorado rivers and their j BEFORE FRIDAY
against taking any part in
"of tributaries in their eight day sweep
the developments which will
REORGANIZATION OF CITY DEPARTMENTS The representatives of the Civic I.take; place in Mexico City shortly" | across this state. I Circuit court convened yesterday NEBRASKAN CONTINUES TO BE

WILL BE COMPLETE I Motion Picture company, of Tampa,I I The merchants are told not to fightin : Forty thousand square miles of morning at ten o'clock with Judge MOST POPULAR FIGURE IN

BY FIRST OF f I!I who are in Orlando to make a picture favor of the Huerta government, territory have been laid waste, two ]Perkins presiding. With the draw- THE COUNTRY OPINIONOF

i I play i made the first scenes at thp' nor to assist him in hundred and thirty persons have been : j ing of the grand jury and the chargeof
THE YEAR I any way on penalty MANY
after1noon. I '
Presbyterian church yesterday killed and hundred million in'
I I of severe punishment. The letter one the judge the docket was sounded.
property value has been lost. Here it that the
I was unpreparedness
L. C. Massey, city attorney.L. i promises protection by the rebels Special to the SentinelWashington
clerk. I The title of the picture is "Romanceat provided the merchants remain loyal. Twenty-five cities, towns and viI- of the attorneys began to become Dec. 9.-President
Wichtendahl, city
uniforms for po- Orlando," and the principals in the I'I lages contributed to the death roll; manifest, and with thirty-four cases Wilson's advocacy of direct prima
New and complete ,
!''!cast are Miss Mary Rock, who takes I MEMBERS OF HUERTA'S thirty-eight other towns have been on docket there was none ready for ries for the nomination of presidential -

licemen. affect- the leading role as Mabel Mitchell, I FAMILY MAKING FLIGHT flooded, though without any known trial and none set to be heard before candidates, which he uttered in
matters
These important I
are Jenkins Dolive playing opposite her loss of life. More than hundred
the municipal reorganization of Mexico City, Dev. 9.-Members ofHuerta's a Friday. The criminal business will his recent address to congress, has
tug as Jack Strong, and Joe Cheney as ,' dead bodies have been recovered during
-
the of Orlando under the com- family arrived at Manzanillo probably be disposed of today and to- given some so-called "Bryanites"cheer.
city Bob Logan, one of Mabel's suitors. the last hours. It '
twenty-four another -
last morrow. They see Bryan presidential
mission form of government which night, and are thought to be
I i The wedding scene was enacted true will be before the full details
have been determined by the city planning to sail December 19 for San many days The grand jury was organized as boom looming large on the political -
to life, and Mr. Donald Cheney played j will be learned.
at several sessions held Francisco or South America. follows: J. W. Wilmott, foreman; J horizon.
commission
since their election December 1. i i,i I well the part of the minister who per- j i The progress of the flood has not I. Dunn, clerk; J. L Isaacson, W. 0. Although the secretary of state has

Another 'question of pertinent in. formed the ceremony. |I FEDERAL REFUGEES FLEEING ceased. Tonight the crest is at Richmond Hall, David Locke, D. F. Floyd, Joseph made no statement on the subject,

to the people is that no salaries -(I I The bridal party was composed of j j BY HUNDREDS TO TEXAS and tomorrow the waters will Johns, Wilbur C. Newman, Carl and he is not expected to do so, manyof

terest will be increased. Persons who Mr. and Mrs. Geo. C. Keller, Mr. and I|i El Paso, Tex., Dec. 9.-The federal spread over a broad area, coveringthe Ohse, W. J. Osteen, S. S. Griffin, II. his friends in Washington-and be

service with the city will do Mrs. Ralph Yearby, Mr. and Mrs.!' troops that evacuated Chihuahua will lowlands along the coast, and E. McMillan, J. D. Dykes, J. W. has many-have within the last few

accept at salary no greater than that Louis Dolive, Miss Glenn Cheney and be annihilated, taken prisoners or there will be much more propertyloss Pounds, J. H. Mooney, T. W. Mathews days gained a new enthusiasm, and

which so a the position at present, Mr. Montcalm Broward, J r., Miss: ;! driven into Texas. This announcement but it is believed that the death J. P. Cawood, and George C. there has been an undercurrent of
pays Thornton and Mr. Voorhis, Miss Ruby i list has been liv-
completed. People Crawford. talk that Mr. Bryan will be Democ-
but efficiency is to be the watchword was made by Villa's chief of ;
}Platt and Mr. Billy Beardall. j ing in the track of the flood have racy's standard bearer in 1916.
commission. staff here today. Villa's next attack |
the
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That efficiency has thus far been 1 i I The party filed out of the church will be on Ojinaga. Refugees and retreating been given ample warning to save SHIP FOUND DRIFTING; There is no attempt-no suggestionof

and the bride and groom departed for themselves. THREE PASSENGERS GONE arraying Bryan against Wilson.On .
federals .
the guiding star of the commissioners j I are arriving in Tex.as
their honeymoon in a large new automobile Carrion crows are leading searching the contrary, the talk spring
will hardly be questioned in the by the hundreds.
naming of the city attorney and the waiting at the curb. Edwin ,' parties to the dead. It is impos- Mobile, Ala., Dec. 9.-Nicholas from what Bryan's friends profess to

Beeman was the chauffeur at the sible to provide funerals and the dead Gould and Edward Hogan, of Mobile, believe to be a desire on Wilson's

city Mr.clerk.Massey's long term of public wheel and lost. no time in speeding MRS> PANKHURST GIVEN are being buried wherever they are and a third party from Pensacola! are part that the Nebraskan shall be the

of away. found. missing. They left here for Pensa- nominee in 1916. They-or at least
his as a lawyer
service reputation
,
exceptional ability and his established The next four scenes were laid at WEEK OUT OF JAIL cola last Wednesday in the cabin some of them-attribute PresidenWilson's
the beautiful home of Col. T. J. Wat- TWO MORE WARSHIPS
identity with the growth of Orlando cruicj Beverly S., which v.as picked presidential primary sugges-

his appointment as city attorney kins on Lake Lucerne. A number of; ARRIVE AT TAMPICO :up adrift in the gulf Thursday. The tion to a belief by the president that
cause :
to be above criticism. Besides scenes of the plot will be taken on SUFFRAGETTES SWEAR POLICE Beverly S. was in tow of the auxiliary Bryan would be the beneficiary of the

af- the business streets this morning, and Washington, Dec. 9.-Two more schooner Nellie P. The day followingtheir direct vote.
his notable connection with public WILL NEVER GET
HER
extending at two o'clock this afternoon Joe warships, the Chester and the Wheeling departure 'the Nellie P. returned The talk of the new Bryan boom
fairs in Orange county |
through many years,' he served with Cheney and Jenkins Dolive will deliver AGAIN i arrived at Tampico today to reinforce for repairs, reporting the Beverly S. has followed directly not only thepresident's

from ( political speeches at the bandstand i the Rhode Island and the Ne- anchored off Lower Mobile bay. The direct primary recom-
distinction as representative Itis designed and desired London, Dec. 9.-Mrs. Emmeline I braska. officials wouldn't discuss
this district in the state senate and Navy Nellie P. reached Pensacola last week mendation, but also a banquet givenat
for j that this feature shall draw a crowd'of i' Pankhurst, the militant suffragette < why the ships had been sent, but but no news was received from the the Bryan residence last week at

was for a term special attorney men. leader' who was arrested at Plymouth i it is evident that Admiral Fletcher which
the railroad commission, the highest I Beverly S. until she was picked up were a score or more of news-

salaried office in the state with the Thursday the Orlando fire depart-i on December 4 on her arrival sent for the ships so as to be prepared adrift. paper men and others who managedthe

It ]ment will make a" run for the occasion from the United States aboard the 'to land marines to protect publicity end of the Bryan campaign -
of the governorship.
exception and a fire scene will be enacted. i> steamship Majestic, was released American and English oil property in RAILROAD COMMISSIONEROF in 1836 and afterward.
will be the comment of many, no i
doubt, that the commissioners were i from the Exeter jail at 10 o'clock i ii the event of a battle between the fed FLORIDA ATLANTA Philip Troup, of New Haven, who

fortunate in securing Mr. Massey's EXHIBITION OF TRAINED i I\ Sunday night. (erals and rebels.PEOI'LE'S I was at the head of the Bryan publicity -
Mrs. Pankhurst
It can not be doubted[ OSTRICHES IN ORLANDO ; began a hunger- Atlanta, Dec. 9.-A prominent vis- bureau prior to the convention of
acceptance.
moved to accept t I I II ,.and-thirst strike immediately follow- : BANK TO INSTALL itor at the office of the state railroad 1908, and whose father died of heart
that the attorney was -
the position by a desire to assistin Considerable attention was attracted ing her arrest. TRACING THERMOMETERThe I commission Monday morning was R. trouble after an alleged quarrel with

the vital work which is to be donein on the streets yesterday afternoon !: When released she was driven to a Hudson Burr, of Tallahassee Fla., Bryan in New York during the cam

establishing commission government by the hauling of four ostriches from ; hotel. She appeared weak and im- People's National bank will install chairman of the Florida railroad com- paign of that year, was another guestof
\ mediately retired to bed. She is in ; a Queen & Gray tracing thermometer the dinner. The
for Orlando upon a firm founda- the station to the vacant lot. near the mission, who came via Atlanta to join younger Troupwas
court house on Central avenue, oppo- charge of a nurse. Liberated on sev- \ in front of that building on Chairman C. Murphy Candler and recently appointed as postmasterat

tion.Mr.. Wichtendahl is clerk of the ;site McEwan's. sanitarium. The bird !:< en days' license, she intends to pro-i Orange avenue. A sample of the work I Rate Expert J. Prince Webster on New Haven, supposedly through
i ceed to London at the earliest possible criminal court and holds a responsible 'are the property of the Ostrich their trip to Chicago.Mr.

position in the office of the South 4 Farms company, of Tampa,'and are i!' moment. :the bank window yesterday, showing Burr and Mr. Candler will at- James Creelman, the war corre-

Florida Foundry. lie is regarded as; to be exhibited in Orlando the rest[ I j! Not anticipating the early releaseof :the range of .the temperature traced tend the convention called to fix the spondent; Willis J. Abbott, Harry W.

being well qualified in all respects for 'of this week for the benefit of the[ I I their leader, suffragettes gathered 1 i on lined paper indicating the record valuation of railways in the Southern Walker and other newspaper men and

the position of city clerk. lIe has thebest Philathea class of the Baptist church. '!! tonight at the Empress theater,Earl's
of records in his official work, Two of the ostriches are trained to I Court, to protest against the impris- for yesterday beginning at midnight Mr. Webster is a delegate to a meet- ism have been a religion since 1896,

harness onment of Mrs. Pankhurst. The read as follows! : 12 midnight, 43; 2 of were others who attended the feast
: rate
and merits the confidence and respectof and a race between an os- ing express company experts. at
ail who know him. 'j trich and a horse will take place at : house was only three-quarters filled, a. m., 41to; a. m./ 40; 6 a. m., 40; The party left Monday afternoon. the secretary's home.It .

Orlando's to be .the fair grounds Friday afternoon.! and "General" Mrs. Flora Drummond, 8 a .m., 44. At midnight last night I is denied by those who were at
policemen are new
'i\\ho presided, explained the empty the register was identical with the I the dinner that there
uniformed with the incoming of There will be a number of races to WOMEN TO DECIDE WHERE was any serious
ly seats 'by accusing the postoffice of record of the previous night-43. talk of the
1916
nomination. It
the new administration. The Orlando 'elaborate the program, but the prin- : PRESIDENT SPEND CHRISTMAS is
with I
policemen, it is pointed out, arewell 'cipal event of interest will be the odd vitation'pampering tickets. letters containing in- significant, though, that some of

paid the salaries received being 'contest between the biped and quadruped \ FUNERAL OF WILLIAM Washington, Dec. 9.-Just where these men, and other Bryanites here,

better than; is the custom in other! In the course of her speech denouncing JOHNSON AT BAPTIST CHURCH President Wilson will spend his who for several months have been silent -

towns of Orlando's size. The policemen The ostriches are in charge of Mr. the government, .she exclaimed Christmas vacation should he permit as to the next Democratic ticket: ,

will be required to for their W. W. Ford, who was formerly man- : The funeral of William Johnson. himself one will be left to the "main are once again talking confidently of

own uniforms, but this pay will be arranged -:|ager of the ostrich farm at Jackson-i "Here and now we swear that nev- who died at an early hour Monday I I house," as he expresses it. The president their belief that Bryan again will be
i er again will the government get Mrs. morning, will be held at eleven o'clock the
so that it will not fall upon j ville. The huge birds will be on ex-, i I is understood to mean that Mrs nominee.

the men as a hardship. j,hibition all hours of the day, and will i!i Pankhurst. We shall organize a this morning, from the Baptist I I Wilson and the Misses Wilson will I Among politicians generally, the
bodyguard which will
I even face bat- church, Rev. Dr. Poulson
conductingthe election
the selection thus returns for
The commissioners are holding likely attract many to see them. j I make giving the I one year are
every two and the I. j I tleships. services. The remains will be final evidence cf a well-trained hus- merely a prelude to the framing of
meetings day or ,
A resolution demanding the instant' taken to Georgia, former home of the band and father. plans for carrying the next conven-
several matters that enter into the BEAUTIFUL PAINTING OF i release of Mrs. Pankhurst
I was car- deceased, for interment. That a vacation will be taken has tion or primaries and elections. Although
administration
matter of changing the MINNEHAHA ON DISPLAYIncident ried with enthusiasm i
taken and given : I I but as the meet- not yet been) decided. It is understood not much of it has been printed
are being up ing was dispersing the news of her, CARD OF THANKS
consideration.Soon .that Mr. Wilson is not averseto Washington gossip and speculation -
thoughtful to the presentation ofHiawatha" liberation was announced and
I was congress recessing over the holi- since last March has been largely -
after his nomination to be "
at the Grand last night;,|greeted with
prolonged cheers.
The Sentinel is requested to ex- days, especially in view of the fact of who' will be the party nomineein
before
Mr. E. F. placed -
mayor, Sperry a beautiful painting of Minnehaha
I Se\'erallargeidonations to the cause !I tend the sincere appreciation of the that the senate gives promise of getting 1916.
council his resignation as chair- was displayed yesterday in the window were made and promises of further children of Mrs. Mary A. Davis to the
for
measure ready
man of the park commission and of Evans' jewelry store, and was donations given currency
amounting in all to:;their friends for their many acts of the conference committee
before PUBLISHER
member of that board, to become ef. admired by many. The painting was $50,000. This amount includes $22-I kindness shown during the illness and then. ALLITERATIVE .

fective the first of the year. At the the talented work of Mrs. Louis Do 500, the proceeds of Mrs. Pank- subsequent to the demise of their REGARDING CAVALIERI
j'
j.
next meeting of council Mr. Sperry live. hurst's American tour. i loved one. .

will send in his resignation as mem Scores of suffragettes invaded St.Paul's GOVERNMENT EXPOSESA Springfield, Mass., Dec. 9.-When

ber of the board of bond trustees. cathedral I II NEW SKIN GAME Mme. Lina Cavalieri cancelled
an en-
FATHER AND SISTER TO Sunday and chanted I BASKET BALL
Heads of several divisions of the "God Save Emmeline Washington, Dec. 9.-A new skin gagement in Springfield last week,

city work are yet to be selected, in. TESTIFY FOR SCHMIDTNew The service was stopped Pankhurst until the! I The girls of the Orlando high game, operated through the mails for the second time within a year,

eluding the chairmanof school will play the Cathedral basket by Brother Wharton
city engineer, women finished and I exposed of the without so much as offering an explanation -
then
York, Dec. The jury to was resumedas ball team at the I I
Armory Friday
,
the park commission, street super though I agricultural department information the publisher of the Court
nothing unusual
intendent, chief of the fire depart- try Schmidt, the priest who is held : had hap. evening, December 12th. Game called bureau, is the selling of asparagus Square theater
I pened. The program gave vent to
suffragettes
for the murder of I quietly left
and chief of Anna Aumueller, at 8 o'clock Admission 25 cents.
ment police. beans under the name of Shahon his
the church. I pea, injured feelings as follows, in the
chosen late
was today. To bear I
out and of Jack beans under the .
I name of next program issued: "Cavalieri
the of .
which
plea
insanity will be
Curtis & O'Neal People at Elkton had their first the Giant Stock Pod bean, or the Crack Cantatrice, Cancels Court
are showing
some Schmidt's defense his father THE WEATHER
and sister
beautiful electric lamps and their lines will arrive from Germany Thursday bear steak of the season Sunday. TheJ i Wataka bean. Guileless folk are induced Square Concert; Cannot Conveniently

of Waterman and other animal was killed Saturday, and is i to pay $5 a pound and $15 a Come; Cause Concealed; Contraction "
self.filling. to testify that he had been insane Florida li
: Fair Wednesday and said to have been !j bushel for stuff
fountain pens are useful presents. I a monster. Big; they could buy of any of Calculated Cash Conjectured
for some time. I ; f
: Thursday. game is still to be found in Florida. !{seedsman for a few cents. Chronic Cancelitis Case. (;
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( the Gainesville Sun) Civic League 'I
BANK & TRUST COMPANY
Zolfo will have electric lights with-
: in the next 90 days.

At a special-election held in St ChargeThe Orlando IHoricla.

Petersburg Wednesday the vote was
256 for a municipally owned gas Capital and Surplus SI2 .OOO.OO.
plant, while 32 voted against it. League will get the
Report of the Condition of

Ninety-five thousand dollars for ;. THE ORLANDO BANK & TRUST
I
municipal improvements was voted as *
Dec.
. a bond issue by the people of Braden- Friday, { I COMPANY
town Tuesday. "''' At the close of business November
on
17, 1913. In with
4. 4 t : compliance Chapter
Sister Esther Carlotta, S. R., was : from the sale of the largest t 6427, Laws of Florida.

unanimously Anna Dummett elected Chapter president, U. D. C.of, Christmas goods ever shown in RESOURCES
e
Banking House, Furniture
in St. Augustine, at the regular business : do. ?. and Futures ..". ......$ 25,97487
meeting held Thursday after- : .
....
1 : Loans and Discounts. 396,206.53
noon. .. Toy Automobiles, Electric ,;> '- Overdrafts .... ......... 406.93
I Stocks and Bonds ..... 26,018 o3
As a result of the growing interest : Toys Irish Mails Velocipedes \ l' of,', . :
}.!: -' .. R l U Cash on Hand and in
in the South, the Southern Motorboat : Horses. Go Carts Doll ;. : 'k:' b!'W t Banks ................ 132,377.44
Magazine will soon make its ini- ing : f J. .
.i4 \
". tial appearance to the public. The dIes Trunks Chairs Desks .o "
: 5 $580,984.10
'. home of the magazine will be Jack- ,
sonville. Dishes Blocks Puzzles i l, I LIABILITIES
.
V ; l'-) : Capital Stock ..... .......$100,000.00
The Times-Courier asks: "When' Toys cf all kinds and o her rr'-"v:: cl', ., ; Surplus and Undivided
Marianna. gets her new depot and ...; .-, ", Profits ................ 3-?,166.('-)
that $75,000 federal building, could numerous to mention.Dolls ( J ""..t ":1.: Deposits ........... .... 448,817.48
blame her for putting on the .g '
you of all kinds and dressed and 'f -iI
prices,
hobble skirt and cutting a few stepsof I :]rnt'J, ... If J $580,984.10
Schoemuts famous Art Dolls, Humpty-Dumpty f' '
the tango waltz Pianos, and Soldiers, Sailors and Policeman I : : .;
A full line of Fine China, in Salad Bowls, M. M. S\IITlI: Pres! 'enl.
Arcadia is to have a new banking
and Regular Table Ware, Vases, etc.
institution which will open for busi- W. 11. D VIS Vice.Presi enl.I .
__ ,
Fine Handkerchiefs, Scarfs, Lace Collars,
ness about January 1st. The name
of the new institution will be The Fancy Neckwear, Hose and Suspenders in il .. Government, State and County Depository G. E NOLAN: C shier.
Boxes. Also a full line of Regular Goods. I
Commercial State Bank of Arcadia.
The capital stock will be $25,000. The ladies will be in charge. & .I..ttlea UMMfcWmmWHMHSMM.. .. . . .. . . . .. ..
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The Hillsborough county fair closedin
Plant City Tuesday afternoon aftera i I For Economy and pur
most successful three days' session. -l tcF
The splendid results accomplishedwere H T. chase power of your money -
beyond the expectation of the L & sEED C0 "
t! A ESTA'f C ry Wright's" F armOur
promoters.The I REAL
I Department I Business and Garden Seeds. in
farmers at Fellemere are busy Orlando Florida
with their trucking crops. This yeara :! bulk. "Motto" Quantityand
will be devotedto QD'ltll'; :
little over 200 acres :
Quality.
Irish potatoes and as many more .
in tomatoes. In about three months . ., . . .. ,, .. ..' . . .. ,. . Eggs, 40 cents dozen; Ice, 40 cents 100 pounds; Best Creamery Butter. 40

300, acres will be planted to iitrus r ; Milk, 13 cents quart, 7 cents pint; Oranges 10 cents dozen; Limes 10 cents

trees. ( ; Milk, 10 cents quart. Chesepeak Bay Oysters, (selects) 50 cents quart, 30

According to figures supplied, the u wNIu rJ '
cotton crop of Escambia county I Package 10 Ibs. Ass't Fruits, "That Xmas Present" delivered by Express,
shows almost a 50 per cent. decreasein : ) all points east of Rocky Mountains, at your door $1.35 cash with order.
the number of bales ginned up to
November 1. This report shows this
year there were 440 bales ginned to Has always been accepted in Orange
that date, while last year 851 bales best to be obt 1ined. No one has ever 'J'o" "''MMIIMf: :: .:: :;:; : : ;; ;;i ': " " !" ""tt

were ginned.
and no oneever will, because our trees

.. hundred The Tampa and fortnight-Tribune says to: sixty-"One I: and cheapest (in the end) possible to GREAT ANNUAL SALE tl tlAT

seven was the score made in the game \Vho ever heard of one untrue to I
between the Stork and the Grim ever heard of an ignored claim?
Reaper in.Tampa during the monthof .
November, the noble bird bringingmore \Ve offer you first choice from the

than twice as many new citi- in the world for this season's and '
planting
. zens to the city than death took
away." grove cess with is planted.our stock Free is already advice as assured to stock New Y H Baraill r[ i Store


Arriving from the hunters' camp sonal inspection of your land when
Monday evening, P. C. and D. P. El-
dred report the following slaughterof planting of 300 trees or more. Suitable Until Christmas, December 25

game out at Fort Drum up to the to planters of large acreage. In fact, the
time of their leaving: '89 quail, 39 of everything and 0. W. Conner behind it
squirrels, 1 'possum, 5 turkeys and 1 Goods arriving daily, such as Clothing, Shoes, Hats, Notions,

wildcat. When they left the camp for the trade. This
| all kinds of Novelties Holiday $25,000.00
the remainder of the party were run-
ning a deer.-Fort Pierce: News. I ADDRESS of new and up-to-date merchandise I will sell in this great

Sale at Sacrifice Prices. Our stock was never more com
Col. F. J. H. Von Enkelken, of this
city and East Palatka, has been OOKLAAHA than now. Every item in our store has been added to with
ed to membership in the
academy of political and social elect-I" and up-to-date merchandise. We have a larger line than

has ence members at Philadelphia.in every The state Dept. 2 3, Tangerine, ; for you to select from. We will give you more bargains in

union and 37 foreign countries, .MIIIMIMMMMtlMIMMMMIIi. . . store that it will pay you to give us a trial, as the dollars and
Col. Von Enkelken's election to its _
ranks is a signal and well deserved are what you _are looking after. It will pay you to visit our
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honor, of which he and his host, of * " " " '
friends here and elsewhere are justly ; and see the offerings we have.
proud.-Palatka Note in Times-
THE

Union. - Kallller'g r'' NewYorK Bargaill i Store Orlallifo

Gulf General, Florida Manager& Alabama A. Berry railroad of, the ac- Of Cleanliness Of r ,

companied by several prominent
bankers of New York who are inter- FRESH AND SALT MEATS I . . . .. ... . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . .
ested in the road being built on to HMMM* . . . . . . . .. . . . . .. .... . . .m-. . :
FISH AND GAME
Jasper, Ala., arrived here today, com-
ing from Birmingham, where the pro- M Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
posed northern terminus is to be located : School :
Tomorrow morning they will : Everything screened away from the files and
CENTRAL AVENUE
go out over the hundred miles of road and Christmas NoveltiesAn
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bed already finished and in use, mak- : pure. : Select Boarding and

ing the trip on a special train.-Pen- : We invite inspection and guarantee School For Girls assortment of
sacola Note in .
Times-Union.
everything in the Meat Line.
'
4 1 tt October, and College 1. Linen HandkerchiefsThat

The girls of the domestic art department '
Grades.
of the Duval : cannot be surpassed.
high school in The PARLOR in Music, Art, Elocu-
Jacksonville held a millinery opening : Science, Physical Cul Vanity Cases, Ivory Sets, Mesh and Leather -
a few afternoons ago. The hats were : '
at small cost, beautifully S Bags Hat Pins Fancy
prepared yet H. M. Self & trained Teachers: ,
finished, and would do credit, it Loving care. Neckwear
is said, to many experienced milli- 18.20 PINE P. COBB, A. M.,
ners. The course in domestic sciencewas
inaugurated in that school last Phone No. 80 Principal MISSES HAULM & DUNN
year with marked success. It is an
elective course and this year over 130 .. ., ,
girls have taken up the fascinatingwork. sells space on its Agents for Barclay CorsetsMeCaU's
I circulation. This
At the opening it was declared
best medium in this Patterns
that the hat made by Miss Sara Burroughs I one
Read The Morning advertiser who wants to
was the most attractive. It
public.
1 was made,at a cost of $4.00.

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In preparation, -for the concert sea- :: j [ [ R [ 'f R'

son, which will soon begin, the Glee I ELECTRiC VCUUMCLEARHave

Club has called an extra practice :: W. M. SLEMONS
each week, on Saturday evening. The
personnel of the club shows up better : -
at each rehearsal, and the club will I
be stronger than ever before. Inman :
and Wetherill will be missed in the :

quartet, but with this exception the :I your room or house ur ew fall Goods re ow Coming in
club will be better in every depart-
ment. cleaned without dust or troubleof

At seven-thirty Saturday eveningthe
Y. M. C. A. tendered a receptior moving furniture .
to the faculty and students in the

gymnasium. :The gymnasium had
been decorated tastefully with pen- We sell high grade .Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co.
The Pierce Electric Co. send an Experienced -
attractive
nants, and looked un
very made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes. '
der the numerous electric lights. .The
incpming guests were received bj man. Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and Towels.
several members of the cabinet, and
Pants and Overalls made by Sweet Orr Goods from
made themselves at home in the num- Dry II. B. Claflin & Co.
SEE THEM FOR TERMS
erous chairs which were scattered in & Co. Best place in the city to trade.
groups around the floor. The stage

was set as for a minstrel show, and
after the guests had arrived the mem-


bers their President of places the Blackman in cabinet the chairs filed made on on the a and happy stage.tool Tne rl [ Lf fLLT[ L L COnc.' [ j jUEIUR'II W. M. SLEMONS i


speech of introduction for the secre- I
tary, R. W. Greene, who then gave a STREETDecember : 4 ORANGE AVENUE i i.II.et.
thirty minutes talk of absorbing in- I
terest on the past, present and future } ; . .......'.. . . . . .. . . . . .., .?.. b44I44.pDON'T
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country and abroad, and an outlim
.of the plans for work at Rollins. "" 'II'IIIIIIIIZttS I Ctt illl..et .tIO'JI' O' PUT IT OFF LONGER

After his talk, a vaudeville programwas


ing Richard put very Cornelison on,laughable the various put and on numbers a song amusing and be- ORLANDO O OPERA HOUSE[ q\ .COME.. TO US RIGHT AWAY


dance, Mr. Osborn multiplied an egg
and Get Suit That Is Suit
in a hat borrowed for the occasion a a

inally making an omelette, and hand 13th --... '- -- ---
ing back the hat uninjured; there wa Choose the Sljle You Fancy-Gel
also a pie-eating contest in which thi
Match Your Money'sVorthSuit or $15
contestants were forbidden to us"their x resin
'I.t Overcoat Made to Order . .
hands to assist them; a fake ex- s

hibition the ball of was pistol'shot shooting at all sorts, in of which un ; Prof. George Grundahl Others at $17.5li2D, S2 ,50, S2 Up...Fit Style_ and

timely moments, and a number o. weight 157 Ibs }
,
Workmanship Guaranteed
other "stunts" which made the even Middle Weight Champion I ___ == ...

ing pass swiftly and delightfully fOe of Florida ; No matter what price you want to put into a Suit or! an Overcoat- ,
. all. Ice and cake '
cream were server t ;
.. -and- you may come to us with the absolute assurance that you'll get bet
brok.
by the boys, and the evening :
. Prof. Oscar Kivilahti! ter value--more for moneythan at other tailor
up in a general social occasion. It i. your any shop on
Weight 155 Ibs i earth, and you'll an absolutely deal. -
understood that the Y. M. C. A. plan.to get square
repeat such entertainments at in % j Middle Weight Cham al/I/ -

tervals during the year, and all wil pion of Finland
look forward with anticipation to th I U
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1 1 Will meet here forthe Middle HW L. PIPXI
next.At Weight Championsh of
the vesper service Sunday even Flor da It will be clean ;
ing Dr. Eugene Swope, now acting a. match and ladies are a invited 34 C 1-1 UT{('I-I s"rI11 I :ET

field agent for the Florida Audubo to come and enjoy the sport. 4( u__ __ ___ --------- -- --- ------ -- -
Society, and visiting Dr. Blackma. t ; PrieesSeatsonthreesides (4 WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES

president of the society, delivered a, of the mat on stage 75 cents. : AND 1)0 ALL KINDS OF The Most Enthusiastic S. P. U. G.
intensely interesting and convincing Reserve Seats 50 cts. General OITICAL REPAIRING
talk in the auditorium on the subjcc Admission cents.
25 Would not object to a single article in
of birds and their protection. Th. Back gal'cry for colored peo- j
talk was illustrated by a large anc pie ((5 cents. our stock as a Christmas gift. They are alls

beautiful collection of slides, some o* ... . ..O'OOel.tt'OI.II..I..G. . .. 1'6e lt.. It ; useful well as ornamental and the
which were from Dr. Swope'sphotographs. ow varietyis

This talk begins Dr so large that the appropriate ,
Swope's work in the state, from which 'llllt "= 'I'Ot t'III'O = leIIS5 11"I proper
great things are expected by thos.. ( DR. L H. RAMSDELL present for young or old, mall or female, may

. who have at heart the protection o. '' OPTOMETRIST be easily selected. We are quite enthusiastic
our beautiful and useful friends, th Jijnoc's OPPORTUNITY ut t once i (Successor to Dr. 0. P. Likins) -
over our selection of
birds. None who heard him on th. FLORIDA1.llllllall.lllllllllll. standard and late
RLANDO, -
occasion could fail of gaining additional -
books. Practically every one is pleased witha
inspiration and strength to. @
this noble work. book, so when you cannot decide just whatto

The scientific force of the college i. RIGHT NOW we offer two propositions on TERMS OF $10 | WM. HARPER
safe if
bty, you are select
busily engaged in increasing the COllection DOWN AND $10 PER MONTH. Every )young man in DRS.lJOSEPHINE HARPEROSTEOPATHS you something
in jhe museum, especially th Orlando should embrace this chance to begin or add to his in standard literature. From the little
collection of animal and plant speci estate.
kiddies to the grandparents
ments. Through the efforts of Di Oldest Established Practice In < ( we can show

T. R. Baker, a very fine collection o. SEMINOLE PARK LOTS Orlando something for each one.
mineral specimens has been gotten I 19 W. Church Street, Up-Stairs | ;
On the Map Before Seminole : Consultation and Examination
County
together, and now the effort is bein, W.
S.
FreeMMIIMMMMIIIMICMIII BRANCH
made to bring the biological side o. Inside Lots $100. Corner Lots $125. ,
the museum to the same high stand Money and six per cent interest back one year from the date
ard. Donald J. Nicholson the wei. you complete purchase if dissatisfied. The Arcade Book and Music Store

known ornithologist and zoologist 01 TO TilE ORLANDO GIRLS AND

Orlando, is collecting specimens o. FIVE ACRE TRACTS BOYS:

the local birds, and about fifty beau- Near Lake Underhill. Finest grove land and finest groves FIRE INSURANCE
tiful specimens have already bee ;Iy Dear Little Friends:
in Orange County. Develop a grove on your monthly spare
mounted or prepared. Dr. Baker change. PRICE S50 PER ACRE. Timber practically paysfor If any of you fear you may not
who will spend the winter in Winte. clearing. ret a present at Christmas, I wish
Park, engaging in the business o, you would write me, giving me your
chemical analysis, has brought will NO INTEREST-NO TAXES :lame and address, and the kind of tITY AtiD Th e Efio Success. t .
him a fine collection of woods ano present you would like to have. I do eOUNTRYEALESTATCKL
other specimens from Jamaica, when until you own the deed. : not wish to forget any of jou.

ke spent a portion of last winter. Hi ORLANDO REAL ESTATE CO. : Address: JANSEN
is busy getting them in shape to add SANTA CLAUS, ,
to the college museum, and they wii Room 2. Watkins Block.HIMillMIMmiiliMHMMIMiilMlliMiiMIMH. .. Box 432, Orlando, Fla. IMPROVED At tIOTARY
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form an exceedingly interesting ant UNIMPROVE ORLANDO
valuable addition to the educational The grounds around the union station 4UbLIC
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equipment of the school. at Palatka are to be transformednto I
t+MMMMMIIIIIIIMMIIH MHt | | (,,. a picturesque garden. The boardof II I

trade is at the head of this scheme..
ST. LOUIS PLANS TO AID The : Office in Rock Building ORANGE AVE. Opposite San Juan Hole!
TEXAS FLOOD VICTIM Altamonte
A new grocery store was opened in I
Eustis last week. This little town i1?
St Louis, Dec. 8.-Plans for extending I
relief to the flood sufferersof Altamonte Springs, Florida Crowing rapidly and new enterprises [ . . .. . ... ..... . .
Texas were formulated at a meet- j are making their appearance there

ing Business of the Men's executive league committee here of today the : :TO7JF- :::T : frequently. i! 5c CRISPETTES 5c jj

The meeting was called yesterday on Three hundred more soldiers for Fresh Corn Crispettes May be Bought at any of the following well
Most beautiful in all Florida : known places:
the receipt of a telegram by Mayo spot Fort Barrancas and the sub-forts
Nine miles from N.J.Merck,The Rexall Drugstore Delaney's StoreE.
Orlando. Drug
Henry W. Kiel from the mayor of Lagrange Every com- : across the bay is the report which is
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Texas, appealing for aid. Th fort and amusements, Golf, etc. Among : in circulation here today. The offi. Mayer R. Bliss'Galentme Fruit and Stand Mayer's Candy King's Store Grocery Store.

telegram stated that the vicinity wa the tall pines, between two lovely lakes. : ::ers at the post refuse to discuss the Mr. Richardson's Pop Corn Stand
in urgent need of immediate financial Cusine and service first-class. .I new movement of artillerymen, which
assistance. It is estimated the dam I, would give a total strength of nearly THE CRISPETTE CO.
age to Lagrange and the vicinity is i thousand men for the station.- ,

railroad$500,000,communication.and said the city. had nc GEO.: F. BATES & SON, ProprietorsREAD ':, Pensacola Note in Times-Union. f.IIIIIII.IIIIIIIIIIIIIII..IIIIIIII.IIIIIIIIIIIII.I.12-2-tf 26 W. PINE STREET i I 1


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THE DAILY THE VALUE OF AN IDEA ,I GRAND THEATER UNDER XEWIAXAGEIEXT ORLANDO PEACE SOCIETY ; For trees see W. H. Brokaw. Office The Sentinel is delivered before
\ DECEMBER 13 TONIGHT AT TEA ROOM opposite p stoffice. Phone 267.
South Florida SentinelMORNING I breakfast every morning except Monday -
Montgomery Ward, founder and I I 12-2-tf
AND WEEKLY chief owner of the big mail order Great Things Coming for Orlando in The Orlando Peace Society will at ten cents a week.

JOSIAH, FERRIS. Editor and Owner. house in Chicago that bears his name,I Moving Pictures and High meet tonight at 7:30 at the Tea and I
Entered-- --at-the poetoffice at Orlando-Florida ' died Sunday and was said to be worth flaw '/audfiiJl Rest Room. A full attendance is re-

u Second Clasi Mail Matter. fifteen million dollars. Wonder if I' On Monday, December 15th, the quested.
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they "sent away" to a mail order Montgomery Moving Picture company -
SUBSCRIPTION RATES
THE DAILY SENTINEL house for his coffin, or bought it ofa takes possesion of the Grand FAVORITE THEATER TODAY KNULLFLORALCOICUT

One Year ....................$5.00 regular dealer at a regular price in theater, and will offer an entertainment 3-Big Reels-3 I

Six Months ................... 2.50 Chicago? in this line such as has never "Soldiers Three" (Bison). 101 Bi FLOWERS
Three Months ................ 1.25 It was reported a few years ago been shown in this city. son two-reel war feature. '
that Mr. Seigel, of the big department Four first-run licensed pictures will 'Cartoons by Hy. Maeyer" (Imp.). For Sale OUR SPECIALTYPhone

WEDNESDAY, DEC. 10, 1913. store firm of Seigel, Cooper & Co., of be shown daily, coming direct from Another screaming series of cartoons. 2516( TAMPA, FLA.
New York and Chicago, had proposedto he Grand and Imperial theaters in ... . . . . . .....t++9
Matinee 2 to 5. Night 6:30 to 9:30. 20 Acres Al land, near town.
The Hotel Alcazar, of the palatial the members of his firm to adds a Jacksonville, together with feature Admission
5 cents to all.
Flagler hotels at St. Augustine, department of coffins at cut rate films three times a week, including 200 budded one year old grape
opened Saturday for the winter sea prices, to their big stocks. Possibly Pathe's Weekly and Montgomery's HttimttOMMttlMMiitThe

son. Mr. Ward's family found one on the Weekly, the latter film being something Warman Repairs and Retires Baby fruit. Well fenced, Special for

o bargain counter in the "Windy City." entirely new in moving pic- Carriages on Court street. 12-5-tf I '
a few days at $100. per acre.
High freight rates are injuring Or But whatever may be said as to tures. I I II Supreffle Auto ml

lando. Here's a matter for the Boardof Montgomery Ward's system of doing Mr. Don Ferrandou, who has playec[ BARGAIN SALE I I'

Trade to handle vigorously and business, he must be given credit for at the Prince and Imperial theatersin ; In four small 5-room houses, only & Atha:
Cooper
conclusively.The originating an idea that has grown to Jacksonville, and is known as the three blocks from postoffice. Price oil that has
o such proportions that it now covers Beau Brummel of Vaudeville, and as: ,for the bunch, $1,550; or single sale
city commissioners have begunto the whole country. ,lie may be fairly the "Fashion Plate of Songdom," will II$1,250 month. each. Renting for $15 per 114 ORANGE AVENUEs I: stood the su-

do business. The news in this classed as the pioneer of the mail or-! be the opening vaudeville attraction Who ,
wants a cheap home or wantinvest test
morning's Sentinel will be in.the way der business, which he developed to a Following Mr. Ferrandou "Doc"' i I to ? ::I OrlandoFlorida, ,! : preme

of a surprise to many. phenomenal success. The mass of Baker, now playing at the Imperial,', I offer $50 reward for the owner of!
o business men are mere imitators. The will be at the Grand for two weeks property in the city of Orlando, Fla., 1253m. : THAT -

The Elks o' Miami held their memorial really great business men are those The Hodges Brothers, who kept Jacksonville price that will and location.duplicate this property i in .

service in the privacy of the who originate an idea and carry it to moving picture patrons, For the above and several 5, 10, .
lodge room, members of the frater a practical, profitable finish. amused for two months last summer'I 20, 40-acre country homes improved,
Good Cuff
nity only being admitted. John Wanamaker's department store will also appear at this theater. 'I tools some, seeCHADWICK with- growing crops stock and II II I I Gasoline

o idea, coupled with his, very originals Mr. Harry DeLaney, Jr., presidentof FOR LOW PRICES. I
Organize yourself into a Spug, it i inot style of writings advertisements, has the Montgomery Motion Picture I Phone 398. I

necessary to have company in I made him a large fortune. :company, who arrived yesterday, tells I Open evening 7 to 8. 12-9-6t I

der to forego useless giving. It's or-j Jones, of Binghamton, N. Y., died us that they are going to give to Orlando -I I

individual affair after all. a millionaire, because he made first- the same entertainment and :
t P. G. WALTON
---0 class scales and advertised for years performances as are now being giver Agt-
The wise-guy policemen of Jacksonville that "Jones, he pays the freight." in the leading picture houses in Jacksonville Ostrich Farm Exhibition I

1 recently arrested State Hotel "Fifty-seven Varieties" of better and that no expense will be !

Commissioner A. L. Messer on suspi pickles has gained for Heinz a world- spared in furnishing us with the best Central Avenue and Main Street PHONES 450-269
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6 cion of being a flimflammer. wide reputation and a large fortune. that can be procured.Mr. I,
al "le'IO"I = lel'c" .
Orlando
o i The National Biscuit company is G. N. Montgomery, than whom i
Orange county being Florida's lead said to have refused there is better -
an offer of one no moving pictureman
:, ing county in the matter of good million dollars for the sale of their will be in Orlando on Friday, For Benefit ol Young Ladies Philalhea Dr. BucKmaster
roads should have a representative in i trade mark "Uneeda." but has been detained in Jacksonville

Washington to be heard on the good The originator of the "Correspondence booking future attractions for the Class ol the Orlando Baptist Church

roads bills this week. School" is immensely wealthy. Grand.

o Ivory Soap has built a city of its Extra pieces will be added to the Ostrich Eggs, Chicks and Full Grown Osteopathic Physician

Southerners continue to receive rec own just out of Cincinnati, because orchestra and will be able to furnish Birds 132 Orange Avenue
Comprehensively
Explained
in New York ,
; ognition newspaperdom.Co.l a, shrewd manager began making a music surpassed by none in the big '

l. John Temple Graves, formerly of soap whose specific gravity was lighter cities. I Ostriches Ridden Bareback fI ext door to People's Bank,
the Atlanta Georgian, has been reelected -
i than water, and filled the papers Orlando can very well support suchan 'I up-stairs. Acute and chronic -
president of the New York
r and magazines with the information entertainment as the Montgomery
rr Press club. that "It floats." Motion Picture company proposes to I Interesting, Educational, Amusing diseases treated.Telephone .

,, 0 If you wish for fame and riches, give it.MAKING. Exhibition Every Day. Admission lOc. I 578.
The commissioners of St.
Johns
originate an idea. I
'. county refused to call wet .
a or dry o PICTURES OF MEXICOIN
f election upon petition of the drys and I MANY FLORAL TRIBUTES MARION COUNTYThe
'J the drys have mandamused the com

:} as missioners.bad as it The sounds.mandamus is almost AT1 MATTHEWS- FUNERAL Edison moving picture people Lnristmas I ift r for
is
a Many flowers were in evidence yes- went down Silver Springs run and MajesttnB a
+ terday at the funeral of W. L. Matthews up the Ocklawaha Saturday to the t
.' The coming retirement of George
son of the fire chief, who died Ocklawaha bridge. All along the
f Cohan from the stage is announced.
r Saturday morning in Atlanta. Fun route they took pictures, weaving
He is thirty-five and has amassed
a eral services were held at 10 o'clock them into a drama, which, we under-
: fortune of more than million. He *
a from the First stand, they will have the bad taste .
to.
church
Baptist
? will devote his time to writing and con Father and mother will supply the baby with enough
ducted by the Rev. Claude W. Duke. locate in Mexico or Cuba, instead of i
t'. composing. At the grave, in the Woodlawn cem right here in Florida, which would "jimctacks'make your gift of a more permanent nature.

o .P etery, the Woodmen of the World make it much more interesting to The following suggestions are only a few of the many
: Senator Frank Glass, recently
by the of Alabama appointed conducted a brief service. any American. At the Ocklawaha articles we are showing in a special baby display
r governor The pall bearers were: Capt. R. L bridge, they were met by Mr. D. II.
to fill the
unexpired term of the late
E. Senator Johnston, was a college mate Hackney, A. W. Taylor and W. T. Kirkland and some friends with cars.I Gold Rings for tiny (h nn 1
Dawson, in and our home folks into and
firemen's uniform, and L. were woven u
of President Wilson at Princeton. He !) I IUU upand
fingers
V"
; D. Stafford, A. J. Angle and Ed. !the final scene of the drama. Jt was .
is in line with the Wilson policies.
t Blackburn, representing the Wood I then too late for the operators to go
Lockets and Chains
o
f men of the World. Members of other I to the Ocklawaha Farms and Captain q nn

:, "Peerless Fort Meade, Paramount Leader Polk talks," because about city departments attended the fun Martin's turpentine plantation, but for girl baby necks 1jIUU) I, up
\ eral. we understand they will visit them
that county has $100,000 to spend fort "Mike," as he was familiarly'an: another occasion.-Ocala Star. Little gold pins for
t: roads. Have to hoist higher to hit nC anJ
known, was an exceptionally popular il Un
", Hillsborough.-Tampa Tribune. little dresses .
r young man, having been connected SUFFRAGE LEAGUE TO r
Old Orange outranks others Ou-
with the local fire department two MEET AT UNITY CHAPELThe
longways.The Silver Cups, $1.00 and up
t o years, and later with a fire apparatus '

f high price of has causeda company with offices in Atlanta. He regular meeting of the Orlando Come make your selections before the prettiest piecesare
eggs is survived by a father, mother ]Equal Suffrage League will be held
a and
We-'ll them aside if
divorce suit at St. Charles, Ill. C. 1 gone. lay you are not ready to
a sister in this city.-Tampa Tribune, Wednesday evening at 10 o'clock atJnity
P. Swanson says that his wife used take them.
'9th. 1[ chapel. All those interested in
fifteen eggs a day and at forty-five
1 the: cause of equal suffrage are invited -,
cents a dozen he could not supply the
to be
present.
demand. Mrs. Swanson will tell her DOES, YOUR SCALP .ETCH?

troubles to. the court.0 If one bottle Davis' Hair Remedy ,ANNIE[ COLEMAN

I' The new secretary of agriculturerecommends doesn't cure we'll give your money CHAPTER TO MEET T. H. Evans the Jeweler

f that the free distributionof back. Estes Pharmacy sells it. The Annie Coleman Chapter of the ,
12-9-tf
.' seed by congressmen be discontin
; United[ Daughters of the Confederacy
ued. The money thus expended mightbe trill meet at the home of Mrs. Aber- OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE
better used, for the allotment of J
The
prettiest home in the most ]tiethy tomorrow afternoon (Thursday -
.
seed to each individual is so small attractive
surroundings always at ) at 3 o'clock.
that"\he value of the service is nil. tracts the most desirable buyer if onever e EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING

o should decide to sell. A home Go to Tea and Rest Room for
If the recommendation made by at Gatlin would always attract a dec I chicken croquette today. Chocolate

President Wilson for direct nominations sirable buyer. It would be, half sold : )meringue: pie for dessert.
for president should be adopted the day your house is finished. Carl -..

Mr. Wm. J. Bryan may yet realizehis Jansen has the Gatlin lots for sale. tf Subscribe for The Daily Sentinel.

ambition to be president. No man .A :t'rU.AL
has ever held the admiration and sup- I

;' port of as many people as the peerless I


one. o SPECIAL ; XMAS II ill HUM SALE

Cole Blease says he is going to the ll

senate and what Cole Blease says he

will do he generally does.-Times- lma Metz Runabout $1751 ; .

Union. Especially in the matter of 1 "Includes Wool Goods, Coats and Coat Suils"
pardoning criminals. But suppose


and criminals prove should"ungrateful be like!" Then republics how, Good Condition I I II Ii The Big Cut at the Right Time

would Blease ever o get to the senate? Ii i I

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Mrs.suffragette Rita Child who Dorr accompanied, the American Mrs. 5 per cent given for cash on all Tires I Saturday Dec.C 6 to. wednesday n Dec. ID

Pankhurst back to England and later ,
went to jail with her, says that Eng- and Tubes. I

land will have to yield to Mrs. Pank- II See Circulars and Visit us Early
hurst cr destroy her. It looks rather I

that Mrs. Pankhurst is trying to destroy I

herself. She went on a hunger I
and thirst strike immediately upon San Juan Garage Co.I RZON: IB I\7ES

her arrest, and was released in such .

a condition that the attendance of a -

physician and nurse were necessary.All All Night Service 11 The Christmas Shopping

of which seems an uncalled for I .

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I Vord has of the just death been received of Mr. Thos.from ..LUCERNE CIRCLE. PUT SENSE INTO !

WHAT T I IS f YOUR ANSWER England BEST FLORIDA
(I Williams, of West Central avenue. MADE CIGAR
.Mr. Williams and his wife went to
I Sold by all dealers 5 Cents : -
[England last summer with the intention YOUR GIVINGDON'T
WELL SEASONED CANDY OF THE SEASON of spending twelve months in
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I their native land, and this sad news
SWEETS TO LOVE TO LOVERS OF SWEETS ''
I|V.- come as a great shock to their

You read in advertisements or on window cards-"Just many friends. Secondhand, Knabe Baby

Received Some Delicious Candies." Ii Mr. Williams was 64 years old and Grand Piano, in splendid HAVE IT SAID OF A SINGLE GIFT OF
We truly say, "Just Made in Our Shop," a fine line of I was well known throughout the

sweets. Considering quality, our candies are reasonable, United States, Canada and England.He condition; fine tone; $500 YOURS THAT IT CAN NOT BE USED.A .

being sold direct from our sanitary shop to your home. was editor of the "Christadelphian Exchange

No jobbers, railroad or express company affects our I Advocate"and author of "The World's. SAFE GUESS FOR A GOOD FRIEND IS FOOT-
Redemption" and several other bookson '
prices. I H. Montgomery Smith.
We make all our candies and guarantee our goods to religious subjects. I. WEAR. LOTS OF THINGS HERE THAT WILL

be fresh, pure, delicious; of highest quality and reason- I He has been active for many yearsin
MAKE A HIT FROM !
promulgating Bible truths DRESS SHOES AND DANCING
able prices. I as understood YESTERDAY'S ARRIVALSAT
by the Christadelphian body,
I "The City's Largest Retail Candy Manufacturers" and he THE SANJUAN PUMPS TO LOOSE AND EASY HOUSE SLIPPERS ;
I as a public speaker was powerful -
and convincing. His death will
be a great loss to the brotherhood E. A. Thomas, Apopka; J. R. FOR "PA," OR ROUGHING IT BOOTS FOR A BOY.
Thornton, Atlanta; J. J. Franz, Tampa :
i throughout the country. ; C. T. McDonald, Chicago; C. G.I I

BUTT'S KANDY f KITCHEN f Suarez, Tampa; W. H. Subers, Jacksonville :
I Bishop William C. Gray will make
his farewell visitation to Ocala as ; F. T. Loest, Jacksonville; : E. G. DUCKWORTH, Feet Fitter i
M. Hopson, Sanford; E. L. Sparkman, :
I bishop of southern Florida on the 7th i ,
I of January.-Ocala Banner. { Tampa; J. Steinberg, Jacksonville; 'The Style You Want in the Size You Need.
"The Home of Quality"iMMIIMMIMIIIIIIMMMIilMMMMMMMIIIIHIMi W. J. Sears, Kissimmee; J. S. Cur- :<
I Mrs. Fannie Munson, one of San-
ren, Providence; E. P. Thaghard, Tal- :J
ford's estimable ladies, arrived last lahassee; R. V. Keebler, Tampa; E. IHIItHmtlMIMMMMItMMHHfttltHltMtllttmThe _

evening and attended the presentation D. Wyley, Atlanta; B. D. Hires, . . . .
I.1.1.I.Jlell.II.II. . . . ..... .. .
of "Hiawatha" at the Grand. Gainesville W. E. Snow, St. Louis
Mr. and Mrs.V. H. Lewis, of Bea- ; ;
ver, Pa., arrived in Orlando yester- She is the guest of Mrs. Beardall on C. C. Hudson, Jacksonville; W. J.

WADE I day. They are stopping at the San Lake Cherokee. I Driscoll, Arcadia; D. A. Black, Jacksonville I Montgomery Motion Picture Co.

THE TUNER !Juan. Now is mother's opportunity of ; H. DeLaney, Jr., Jackson- :
ORLANDO. FLA. providing tittle Willie with pants that j ville; C. 0. McLaughlin, Sanford D.I I
Mr. J. R. Thornton, the clever rep- ;
resentative of the S. P Richards won't wear out too soon-The "Storeof M. Tanksley, Jacksonville; W. H. :

Paper company, Atlanta, spent yesterday Satisfaction" is closing out this Pooser, DeLand; John 0. Beneke, : GRAND D I THEATRE[ [

Mr. A. M. Stineman' arrived from in Orlando. line and in order to make a quick New Orleans; A. B. Medlin, Lees- ,:'
clearance 35 cents a pair is all theyare burg; B. E. Morrill, Tampa; H. ;:
South Forks, Pa., yesterday. The Very Rev. Campbell Gray and
asking for some that cost up to Brackett, Philadelphia; 0. W. Con- i
Brothers' trees, roses and Mrs. Gray will entertain the faculty
Griffing $2.00 a pair. ner and wife, Tangerine; F. F. Doyle : Next December 15th
ornamental, give results. 12-2-tf boarding pupils and graduating class Opens Monday.
Tampa A.1.. Frumberg, St. Louis !:
of the Cathedral school the Mr. and Mrs. 0.V. Conner mo- ; ;
at Chap-
Mr. C. T. McDonald, of Chicago,I tored Orlando E. Mason Roberts, St. Louis W. II.
ter House this evening.Mr. to last evening free j I ; : with the Greatest Bill you have
is among the late arrivals at the SanJuan. their home in Tangerine. Mrs. Corner Lewis and wife, Beaver, Pa.; :Miss:
and Mrs. Noble H.
I Creager attended the presentation of: Eleanor Lewis, Beaver, Pa.; A. M. ever seen.
in Orlando and
have arrived at
W. M. Moseley, of Gotha, was in are "H5avatha" at tne Grand, vhih i'r. Stineman, South Fork, Pa.; S. S.
the city yesterday greeting his many the Wyoming. Mr. Creager is a retired Conner spent the evening entertaining Dewall, Ocala; II. J. Nickerson, New

friends. U. S. army officer and expectsto friends of the beaei'es! of the York; 0. E. Wolfe, Lakeland; R. E. j Next Sunday's Paper Will Tdl The Rest !
the of the win-
spend greater part
Prescription Druggist, 30 years es Ocklawaha and the merits of his famous Ferris, Tampa; H. T. Howard, Jacksonville -

tablished. McElroy Pharmacy. ter here. 1 nurseries. ; R. F. Boyd, Jacksonville; .' .II. I..J. . .. . .. . I..I..t
12-10-eod-5t Mothers! The "Store of Satisfac- Thomas Dixon, the famous author Oscar Seelig, Tampa; II. J. Cart- -
tion" is clearing out its stock ofBoys' wright, Chicago A. Wenfield, New ..
for ; .111111,101,1111.1111111.1111111111111..111111.111"Money
Mr. Cliff Rawls left yesterday and dramatist, has at last dramatized
Pants, in ages from 11 years Orleans.
Arcadia, where he is engaged in con- his most successful novel, "The Leop- .
right up to 17 years, at a fraction of
structing several buildings. ard's Spots." The play is achievingeven

Warman Sells: and Fixes Bicycles, their cost. i a more unqualified success than THE CIVIC LEAGUE DANCEThe to Loan
The regular meeting of the Orlando ,
on Court street 12-5-tf the novel and capacity audiences are
Equal Suffrage League will be held j the rule everywhere. At a private dance at the Elks' hall Wednesday -
Hon. W. J. Sears, of Kissimmee,
Wednesday morning at 10 o'clock at performance given in New York for I evening, December 10th, as a .

yesterday.was among the visitors to Orlando Unity Chapel. All those interested in :j the press Mr. Dixon was hailed as a I benefit to the Civic League, promisesto : Loans in sums of$500 to $3000 jj

I I'the cause of equal suffrage are invited j genius, in stagecraft and he has undoubtedly 1 be a delightful occasion. The

Mrs. Fred Gilbert and little son, to be present. ; given in this play his ]members of the league and their : on IMPROVED INSIDE property fora

Fred Jr., of Kissimmee, are visiting Mrs. D. C. left this j friends will attend, insuring
Thompson early J j greatest effort as a thoughtful dramatist a great
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bumby. ]morning for a brief visit to Plant : At the Lucerne theater, Monday !success. term of FIVE years. Principal : :

Mr. B. D. Hiers, of Gainesville, was :City. Miss Ruth Thompson returned December 15. Patronesses: Mrs. Woodruff, Mrs.

among the prominent Floridians ar 'j from Plant City yesterday, where she Gedge, Mrs. Thayer, Mrs. Newell, : and interest payable in monthly \ \

riving in Orlando yesterday. ]has been the guest of her sister, Mrs. GOOD MORNING Mrs.\ Wescott, Mrs. Davis, Mrs. Britain -

Mr. E. A. Douglass, clerk of the ]Harry Root, for the past month. Have you dandruff? If one bottle 1: Mrs. Dolive, Mrs. Beeman, Mrs. : instalments.iiMMMMMeMIMIiHHMHMHHMMM8MM.
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circuit court of Seminole county, was See Gatlin before you buy a lot in 1 Davis' Hair Remedy does not cure it ,Warlow.

an Orlando visitor yesterday. j any! of the numerous suburbs of the ;you get your money back. Estes Floor Managers: Messrs. LeRoy s. -YN Ay-

Messrs. A. M. Fromberg and E. city. It is the prettiest and most at- J Pharmacy sells it 12-9-tf (Giles, L. B. Foote, Louis Dolive, Irwin ,

Mason Roberts, of St. Louis, are registered I tractive spot within reach of Or- ]Dunn, Tiff Hammond.
14-$ .
at the San Juan today. 1 lando. 12-5-tf Eat what you want. -
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IMPORTANT MIMMMIIIMMMiilMMMlAnderson . ,
Cash Registers. Warman fixes 'em Mrs. E. M. Robinson and Mrs. M. G. Take a postscript and forget it. II
Educate for business.
on Court street. 12-5-tf' Jones, of Worcester, Mass., are in the For sale by all druggists. Patronize home institutions."It :
Mrs. W. H. Woodward, who has ,city for the winter and are stopping lUO-d&w-lra pays to investigate." Automatic ScaleIn

been visiting her daughter, Mrs. F. C. j for the present at 308 West street ] HAND PAINTED CARDS Show Card Writing and
Boardman, returned to Avon Park, They are looking for a small furnished -' Penmanship a Specialty. First Class Condition
Appropriate cards for all occasionsmenu ORLANDO BUSINESS COLLEGE.
yesterday.Mr. .I cottage for the season. .- place cards, score cards, etc.
and Mrs. Frank R. Pounds are Also designs for book plates. Samples Oil Tank
When you contemplate getting mar- ;j on hand and orders taken at 112 Nothingpays like advertisingtryt
the happy parents of a fine eleven I ]ried you first satisfy yourself that (Grace St Phone 608. Lu F. Halsted. i once and be convinced.HMIMMIMIMMMMtMl.

pound boy which arrived at their j j the particular girl you have in mind 1 tf. : Holds 100 Gallons
home in Ocoee Sunday. I. --- -'-
is the only one you want. When you I
Christmas Suggestions: A Kodak,I:see those Gatlin lots you will want'them i' Eat what you want. !

Waterman Fountain Pen, Thermos t j all. Jansen will fix it for you Take Eat all a you postscript want. and forget it. COAL WOOD COKE The above are too small for our rapId -

Bottle, or box of Huyler's Candy, at when your choice is made. 12-5-tf' For sale by all druggists. I
McElroy's. 12-10-eod-5t, I ll-SO-d&w-lm Charcoal increasing business, and we Had to
Unity Circle this afternoon at..
Just, imagine! Boys' Wool Pants at 3 o'clock. Miss Gor- Turpentine Chips ,
', Unity Chapel, ( replace them with larger Will sell
that have been selling right along up .
(don will give an address on "The Parsee LUTHER THE FLORISTCut
to $2.00 a pair, go on sale at 35 cents Fence Posts ,
Religion. This is second in the them at a low price for cash.
the "Store of I
the pair-Where-At j Flowers
course of "Other Religions" given by

Satisfaction." I I Miss Gordon the last and second I ROSES, VIOLETS, Orliiiiilo( Wood Yard i I

WANTED-Small furnished cottage Wednesdays\ of each month.
for the winter by two ladies; best CARNATIONS, PANSIES B. W. KINGSLEY, Proprietor
of care takes; references if desired. Boys' Double Breaste4 Suits at and THE SANITARY GROCERY !
Call or address, 308 West street. il below cost, as long as they last. J. C. POTTED PLANTS Phone 344 104 W. Pine St.l'II"IIIIIIIII'IIIIIIII'.
12-10-lt I-Anno, the Boy Clothier. 12-6-3w .
1 CARUTHERS & GORE

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

to one 01 any other car. 'Twould House Coats Combination Sets .

:: Pictures'Changed Daily. Collar Bags Tie Racks
I I be hard to find a more convincing
I :: Fancy Vest Traveling Cases

d' reason why yon should own one.By .
: :: MUSIC Furnished Regularly The best line of Neckwear ever brought to Or-

,. lando.
NEWELL'S ORCHESTRA

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

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


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

F. G. RUSH,
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,,: 5 and 10 cents Phone 226 SCRUGGS & DICKSON !

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This store is the borne of Hart Schaifner & Marx clothes ;

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r PINE CASTLE UNION CHURCH .are very busy just at present and FOR SALE-Five or ten acre tract FOR RENT-Furnished cottage, six _.1lJIiI- $- -
FAIR GREAT SUCCESS keep the clerks busy' showing them I one-half mile outside of city limits; I rooms and bath; Lake Eola. Apply eHammond
cleared fenced and improved. Address 217 E. Robinson avenue, Mrs. M. E. r "
goods "Owner," this office. 12-10-2w Kegwin. 12-9-3t
The Christian Workers of the Pine ,

Castle Union church held a very attractive That it doesn't make any difference FOR SALE-New residence, 409 An- FOR RENT-Six-room furnished Gore
: j derson street. Terms, half down, bungalow; all improvements; East
successful fair in the whether rich the
and people are or poor, Amelia
balance two years time. Inquire on avenue. Apply A. F. New-
school house auditorium last Satur- Yuletide days bring a spirit of good premises afternoons, or E. H. Gore, kirk, 506 Magnolia avenue. 12-10-lw FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.REAL .
day which was attended by scores of ,cheer. Don't forget the Christmas Caruthers & Gore Sanitary Grocery,
t FOR RENT New 5-room bungalow,
6 and 8 E. Pine St. 11-29-lm
and spectators. The main stocking.
shoppers close in; $25. Call at corner of
booth was the center of attraction Amelia and Trenton streets. VALUES LOW PRICES

for here were all the pretty and That the all-important question FOR SALE
ROOMS FOR RENT
for
light house- .
fancy little nick-nacks offered for just now is what to get the dear ones I Five-room bungalow, with bath and keeping, with all conveniences. 307 COMPARE
sleeping 506 St.
porch. ,
sale; in fact, anything that needle- for Christmas. This applies to those'Concord Park. Lot 67x230 Lexington feet. E. Pine street. 12-3-1m

craft could produce. Many young men who are married as well as those who I 1211mo. OUR FURNITUREWe
FOR RENT-Well furnished rooms,
took advantage to procure a suitable ;are contemplating matrimony.
in modern home, near in; electric
Christmas present for their girlies. I HORSE FOR SALEI lights, bath, hot and cold water; large provide the quality of furniture that has longeD
: Older ones were not to be outdone WILL GIVE YOU A DOLLAR have a large family horse, nine ront room with fireplace. 114 East accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the
old, that I wish sell and
to ,
either for nearly everything was sold Back if one bottle Davis' Hair Rem years buggy and harness. The horse will Jackson St. 12-6-3t standard of merit. If an article is here it is good.It .

any many orders were taken for more edy doesn't cure dandruff or any I work anywhere. Will have this prop- FOR RENT-Large, well furnish wouldn't be here were it otherwise. We can't make

of the fancy articles to be ready for scalp disease. Estes Pharmacy sells erty here next Wednesday. Apply to room to persons wishing suburban this point too clear-it is one of the foundation stonesof

Christmas.The it 12-9 4fj J. A. Rowe, Davis & McNeill building. accommodations; also 2 acres good this! business, and that means much to any buyer
12-6-3t truck land, close in. Good opportu-
candy booth was very sweet to
nity for right person. Address "A,"
look at "all home-made candies." A A. D. Galbraith, D. V. S., the vet- FOR SALE-I have two hundred Sentinel. 9-8tf McNHLl: DAVIS BLOCK

real clearing sale was made here, for erinary surgeon, located at T. J. strands of well seasoned pine,most- ,
ly large timber. I will deliver full
there was not even a smell left. The: Mathers' livery stable. Phone 14. I rands in Orlando at $2.25. Writeme Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St., Orlando, Fla.

same may be said about all the good I' 11-13-tf. R. F. D. 1, or leave order with MISCELLANEOUS j jI 'L J

per.things One that could were have made a dainty up for supper sup- - - r Dickson 12-3-lwk& Ives. J. W. Gaines. EVERYTHING NEW for Xmas at I o ,_. :: __ .,..: ,)

the Evans Parlors, No. 100 North
and all one could eat for the little PEOPLE'S ANTS
FOR SALE Main. Phone 125. 1-26-tf
price of 30 cents, including ice cream, ' " " '..
House and grove at Fair Villa, 13
cake, etc.Everybody. acres, of which three acres are young WANTED good fivepassengerFord. [ The Gem The
had a good time, as usual MUNNIMAKERS budded grapefruit; borders lake; Call at Sentinel office. Antiseptic
Notices of Lost, Wanted. For Sale, For house of 8 barn 12-7-3t
rooms good attract-
Workers ; ;
Christian
for the are
25c: for
Rent etc. for this column one day Barber
ive winter home. at this office. [
Apply Shop
noted for their successful entertain 60c tar three days or 75c for one week. for
25 words or less. Money must accompany' 11-15-lm LOST-A French poodle dog,answersto
the advertisements for this column as_ no. the name of Chance. Reward if EVERYTHING NEW AND CLEAN
ing.This first and successful fair insertions will be made 01. credit FOR SALE returned to No. 9 E. Livingston Ave. UP-TO-DATE

dollars. 43 acres, located three miles north- 12-7-tf EQUIPMENT
swelled the church fund fifty FOR SALE west of Orlando, on S. A. L. R. R., at Congress hydraulic enameled chairs, keen-edged implements, elec
We wish our ladies of Pine Castle I' Fairvilla Station, on Lake Fairview; WANTED-A second-hand buckboardor tric massage and hair dr>'er.

success in all their undertakings and lake front near station; young grape- light spring wagon. Caruthers EXPERT WORKMEN
lope they will soon have another fair..FOR SALE-A good horse. Gus C. fruit and orange grove; land about & Gore. 12-3-3t Shoe-shining stand for Full lire of tobacco,
Schultz, Formosa, Fla. 12-2-lm ladies and gentlemen.
I half citrus fruit and half vegetable; cigars and cigarettes.

8-room house, barn; ideal winter LOST-Pointer dog, liver and white, : 122 NORTH ORANGE
Florida
OAKLAND FOR SALE-Anything in home, right near Country Club. Ad- name on collar "Butt, Orlhndo. _
I Real Estate. Orange County 11-12-lm Realty dress W. T. Chapman, owner, R. F. D. Reward for return. Arthur Butt. fb4 48d.44tpaPH84

Oakland, Fla., Dec. 8.-Mr. Oscar', Company ,No. 2, Orlando. ll-27-lm-d&w 12-10-3t
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Vick has gone back to Chicago after FOR SALE-House and lot; also lots REFINED WOMAN wishes positionas j +( S rWt lllo att151 ; "
a few weeks here with his father, Mr.I'i'' on Broadway, Amelia avenue and I i FOR RENT working housekeeper, or wouldbe
E. C. Vick. Summerlin street Mrs. Norman Rob-! pleased with care of invalid. Address : "

Mr. Harold Henschen motored down inson, 301 Concord avenue. 11-27-lm Mrs. E. W. McEachin, Arlington < Kill the Chill" I
FOR RENT-Seven room house, fur- House, Orlando, Fla. lMO-3t :
'" from Sanford Saturday and spent FOR SALE-Anything in Florida nished. Apply 502 South Lake St. -

Sunday here, returning Sunday night. Real Estate. Orange County Realty 12-4-tf FINE SPORT FISHING at Oakland, -
t Miss Gertie Speer, who teaches at Company. 11-12-lm ---- -- Fla. Motor boats and fish boats : All indications point toward a cold
EIGHT-ROOM furnished house; gas for rent by Paul Rhodey. Phone or- wini i
r Sanford, came home for Thanksgiving FOR SALE OR RENT-House, six 1 and electric lights. 205 E.' Robinson ders to A. J. Willis & Co.'s store. ; ter this year and the best to be
but has returned to her work. I rooms and bath; all improvements; avenue, on Lake Eola. 12-7-6t 11-20-lm. : way

Mr. J. E. Petus has been quite ill on East South street. Apply J. G. I fortable cold
: ; on
and
FOR RENT To one or two mornings
for a few days, but is much improved. Manuel, city. 12-1-lwk: young Artistic photographs for Xmas at com-I
i i men of good habits, pleasant front the Evans Parlors, No. 100 N. Main. :
t; Mr. Julian Sadler, who is attending FOR SALE-A large bungalow and; room in refined family. Address A. B.,, Phone 25. 11-15-tf ; or during the day in your office is to

f. school at Stetson, came home for lot on North Orange avenue. Price, care Sentinel. 11-30-lw

f. Thanksgiving and has returned. reasonable. Address or call on Rolla WANTED-Position as dairyman; I II
Reel at the Steam Laundry. 11.19tfDON'T FOR RENT-Furnished rooms, with I several : REZNOR GAS HEATER
t Mr. Douglass Sadler, who has been years' experience; by married
: electric lights, bath and yard four
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man. Call on or address L. II '
1 in the Adirondack mountains of New DELAY but Xmas: blocks from 7 W. I
get your postoffice. Robinson Jarrett, 205 West Pine St. 11-23-tf'
York state for about two years, has Photos now at the Evans Parlors,, avenue, city. 12-G-3t i ---- ------- i They are cheap to buy and
economic
block north of court house. Phone very
tt. returned home and will be here for one ARTISTIC Photography for Xmas

the winter. 125. ----11-26-tf---- FOR RENT-New furnished rooms in l. now. The Evans Parlors, one block ical, 3 to 6 cents an hour, according to the
new modern home; every conven- of Court house. Phone 12:).
,I north
Mr. R. L. Smith has returned from mod-
FOR SALE-New, inexpensive, .
!ence; kitchenette if desired; reasonable size-and
11-26-tf the
r Largo.. i ern two-story house; five rooms;: 14 E. Amelia avenue, next door are cleanest and most convenient f

Beans, peppers and lettuce are, bath and sleeping porch. Apply 207 1 to the Wyoming 12-4-l\vli: WHY PAY exorbitant board? I
America street. 11-19-lm!) I -- - __ __ ______ rent or heating made. No wood ashes
moving from here in quantities nowand Why not buy a little home? Bay or
R t" fancy prices are being railized. AUTOMOBILE; FOR RENT-Rooms, with or without tI I it of the owner and save the agent'scommission. oil
t FIVE PASSENGER ;: board; newly furnished; large, coo] Address B., Box 178. | to carry-just turn the valve and strikea
mechanical condition $575 cash,,,
new ; verandas; all conveniences nothin
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GRANDMA SAYS: !lor equity in city lots. Box 733, city.. better in Florida. Terms reasonable I i match.
12-4-.tt '401 West street. 12-7-61 t II '
i WANTED-To exchange a vacant lot
I
I: That some people can make other, FOR SALE-At a bargain, fine, ale.' FOPS RENT-Well furnished on Concord avenue, Orlando, for a I
room!;I five-passenger car, Ford or Overland
t people happy, and Christmas comes s most new upright piano; owne ri I for light housekeeping; bath, hoi t preferred, 1913 or 1914 model; must I
l but once a year. 'leaving town and must sell; also other and cold water; electric lights anc I be in A-No. 1 condition. J. 0. Evans i

( That one wedding booked for I street.household goods. 416 E. Churc 12-7-61 1 t'!12-1-lwk telephone; close in. 312 N. Main-St. Maitland LADY ,SOLICITORS-In Fla. Orlando 11-30-tf ORLANDO l WATER & LIGHT !


Christmas day occurred just about; FOR SALE-Almost new uprighl t FOR RENT-Furnished house, ter 11 and surrounding territory, to take
three weeks ahead of time. piano, two princess dressers, Ax-.'! rooms and sleeping porch; central orders for high grade toilet article; Gas Department4MIIIIMMMMM
minster" art square. Must be sold al t ly located; suitable for either one 01 r easy, pleasant work, good pay; entire
;/- once. Bargain. 305 E. Church St;. two families. Address F. G. Rush.I time not necessary Write C. H. R.
That Mr. and Mrs. Bargain Hunter 12-6-3t City. 11-26-ti r Co., care Sentinel. ."ttIC' I'letttll..e.t.e""I'ICII"'I'I""I' 0


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4 i. THE BUYING PUBLIC


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

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


.. satisfactorily than in the past.

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


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


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


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10 inch upholstering; nickel trimmings; body, steel; colors: blue or gray, Mack running gear. Prices; Tea Coffee Milk
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IN JERSEY, INDEED for the nation. I
i There was a great outcry last May With tenantless property on your .
Camden, N. J., Dec. 8.When when the letters were sold at public hands. Sentinel advertising is as important ;llee.,4\t.+ t
Judge Smathers of this city left the auction and fell into the hands of a to you as it is to the biggest S.4 H3HJfl1AIPOrlando
district court to catch train he did[ London dealer for about $32,000. I merchant +1444.11.11111..+ I A! -
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He hustled into his overcoat and told! SAVED 13,000,000 PENNIES tenantless for very long. No desirable .to"'I..l
the witnesses and lawyers to follow I property,attractively advertised, ..I U UII H--H-H
him.Lack Thirteen million pennies have been ever does stand vacant for many days.
of a chair did not prevent the 1 saved in the last year by depositors I One would suppose that every property I
witnesses, who had already been 1 in the "Christmas Saving Fund" of,, owner, and every real estate
sworn in, from testifying in the 1 the Citizens' Trust company of Pat-f j agent, knew this fact by this time.
judge's auto as he sped down Market;; erson, N. J. I But the most obvious facts are
street. The lawyers were so busy The fund was started a year ago. learned but slowly-sometimes only I
watching the chauffeur dodge streetcars ; Depositors who began with two cents after long continued losses of rent Water &z Light Co.
that they did not enter objec'and continually added to their orig- income-by some overconservativepeople.
tions to any testimony.The I!inal fund, doubling at stated intervals .
judge boarded his train. IFin 1 will receive today checks for There are property owners in this
attitude of profound meditation he! $25.67. The depositors who started city who would not, under any circumstances ElectricityGas
stood on the rear platform till the with five cents and doubled when the "lose a day" in commenc- I .
train started to pull out Then he time came will receive checks for I ing a Sentinel want ad. for tenants. Water Ice
leaned over the railing, rapped for $64.18. But they are not apt to preach that
order with his glove on the brass!. President Henry S. Bell said that I doctrine to others. They simply apply -
railing and said: I'not all of the 4,500 depositors in his I it to their own affairs, letting
"In the matter of Barry vs. Nurock: company had gone into the savings' the other folks know by experience. I Office---No. 18 West Central Avenue
decision is reserved. 'fund, but that the scheme had been an i
unusual success. Those who will The annual Christian Endeavor con-
FUND RAISED TO BUY drawn down the $130,000 to be distributed vention was held in the Springfield I Telephone No. 6
BROWNING LOVE LETTERS today are mostly mill work Presbyterian church in Jacksonville
ers. Friday and Saturday and the meetingwill
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succeded In raising $15,000 toward Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand'sCoal I!
the purchase of the Browning love Yard, phone 566. 6-31-tf I Subscribe for The Daily Sentinel.
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, elegant residence on plot 7)x123 facing Lake Eola with or- Five lots on Ruth Avenue, between Broadway and Lockhart

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

verandas' partly screened. Lockhart A. second block from Magnolia .
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Nine room house with fivelarge closets and large pantry, kitchen 'Five lots on Milwaukee street, half block from Lake Lucerne f

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

orange trees, half block from Lake Eola. .t


One of the best farms in the county, 200 acres, with good build
One lot 75x123, one block from Court House, facing Lake Eola ing, furniture, stock and tools included. A very rare opportunity to .
with orange, grapefruit, tangerine and kumquat trees. make
money.VIII gladly show any or all; of these properties rand

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

Four lots 6oxi)oon East Central Avenue, facing Lake Eola in your earliest convenience as all this property be. .sold at an
one of Orlando s best locations. early date.



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; ous wedding functions which I'
marked the year of 1913 took place
Longwood yesterday when '> ifi 1\\ f: .') (
Evelyn Rand, daughter of Mr. wl( { VAyiil; r ILulA( { ( ;tJ..(.LUPROTECTS

Mrs. F. H. Rand, became the
,.. of Mr. Gregory Sears Maury, of
\. estine, Texas. !
The ceremony was performed
the Right Rev. Wm. Crane Gray, :
j \ D., in Christ church at 11 a. m. 3ty enforcement of law and order thro
large number of relatives and
H THESTATE being present. force of arms.
I Quantities of graceful bamboo,
green vines and delicate pink \ l :

white blossoms were combined 3)y experimental stations and free reports
BANK the little church, the effect being! ,
I once simple and beautiful. of their discoveries.
Just before the ceremony,
Fred' Rand, sister-inlaw of the .' .&\.1!, :
two favorite selections,"0
of Orlando sang
ise Me" and the "Bedouin Love :fly compulsory education, and conservationof

As the sweet strains from natural resources.
I 1893 sounded from the organ, played
Mrs. Munson, of Sanford, the 1 :
party entered: first, the dainty "
LONG ESTABLISHEDSAFE of honor," Miss Edith Rand, ) 3y direct supervision of specific tanks and '

sister of the bride; then the only those banks are permittod to 1 be called
and her father, followed by the
t CONSERVATIVE with his brother as best man, and "National" banks and to keep government
4 ushers, Mr. F. H. Rand Jr., and
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1 Percy Morton.
1t! After the brief, impressive I
: the familiar notes of
wedding march attended the
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ure of the bridal party, and the (
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being showered with hearty
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: lations at the hospitable borne of
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f : and Mrs. Rand. Here also w tia ii' r>>
I beautiful pink and white roses
soft green vines as a bright
for the festive scene.
Welcoming their many guests
the bride and groom with Mrs. "It is a pleasure to serve you."
Miss Maury (mother and sister !
-- - -- groom) and Mr. and Mrs. -
)MENDELSSOHN CLUB SCORED he plaintive music beautifully and Later an informal and very I ''I I ,,' I ,;, II"',' I" { :"I,: "II I ..,iii'!"'i1iiiiI'll:,:I! :!+ i"I"I>I I'' '' I"'I ,'I : 1'I'',:, I ll:""1.'' i II, ., '''I ,, !Ii I,:I,t""",1';',,1'1'':IF:':,. ":':it;':i'';' ,ilk';; I II! "hi lIIflI'r'rJlnj-I ',i::: i!, ;!;'::;!IMI;!;!,!, !Uli"li! -
SUCCESS IN "IliA W A THA" ,understandingly.Too . ful two-course luncheon, j: j jJeJicious ," I'i'::!\:\!:'!:::!!::!,::'::, I:,'; \;I::;/l j' :: ':<" I' : i:'; !I,:' i:1 I ': .:, ," ''I, 1 : ::.1i": : :(:I':::': I,:: .:,:,::,I u;,' "!i'1 ,,71 I: 1'::: ';:i'::,, !;I I::':i I'\:I :"
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much praise be I" ;
can not givento chicken salad, ;
Last evening the Mendelssohn Club Mrs. Thayer and Miss Branch,who olives, coffee, ice cream and cake I - -------- - --- --
of Orlando gave its first formal concert by their splendid accompaniments! on served by the Misses Rand, I : ; '.'lalllllll'lelllt'tl'ltl"OI.o..t..I..e.l.ae.ft*** Qel"I lell'I""I.el'le'I'11'1"I.el"I'IO. II'
of the season, and the Grand the: piano and organ, so greatly con by Mrs. Whitman, Mr.
theater .was filled with an audience tributed to the success of the even Mr. Rand Jr. The large : i '
warmly appreciative of the excellent ing.The cake, beautifully decorated, :
program. Mendelssohn Club is to be con- a special feature of the
The Mendelssohn Club, although gratulated upon having so excellent merits gladly tested by all.
organized only about four years ago, a director, so able a president, and The bride's dress was of [:
has been the means of bringing to I such interest and support on the partof white charmeuse and lace, : J.
the city many well known artists, and every member of the chorus. white veil, and her beautiful :
these, with the choral, have afforded was of white roses and n, R flrnvi a1e l
many evenings of delightful enter- GET ACQUAINTED PARTYAT valley. I. us:
tainment.The MRS. II. II. DICKSON'S Miss Edith Rand, the maid Lucerne.'w. <
choral department is composedof or, wore a very becoming, j
seventy-five voices, embracing the The Ladies' Aid Society of the white dress with a white hat, I
best local musicians: and is under the Methodist church will hold a "get ried pink roses. I
skillful directorship of Mr. Forrest acquainted" party at the home ol Mrs. Maury, mother of the
Mrs. II. H. Dickson this afternoon
Dabney Carr. wore a handsome gown of on
The Orlando people have grown to between the hours of 3 and 5. All shade, with overdress of
expect much of the Mendelssohn the ladies of the church are invitedto and a black hat.
Club, and last evening's entertain- be present, for the especial objectof Mrs. Rand, Sr. was 1
ment was well in keeping with the the party is for every lady of the tired in lavender charmeuse,
high standard of previous seasons. membership to become acquainted I hat of similar shade. I
The opening number was a beautiful with all the others.. The traveling costume of I
arrangement of "Crossing the I was a pretty dark blue and : elegant line of Christ-
Bar," excellently sung by the chorus, MRS. ABERXETHY HOSTESSTO loth suit, with blue velvet !
with Mr. Curry as soloist. Mr. Cur- THE BOWKNOT CLUB Mr. and Mrs. Maury left
ry's sweet tenor was again heard to early afternoon train, going : These
advantage in the "Sanctus," from St. Mrs. B. G. Abernethy entertainedthe St. Augustine, and from i nov-
Cecilia's Mass, and the chorus work Bow-Knot club yesterday after- Miami for a brief visit to :
was well sustained and pleasing.Mrs. noon. There were five tables, three Mrs. Fred Rand before
W. L Palmer, whose beautiful being filled with members and two longer journey to their ; i are going fast.
voice never fails to charm all listeners with guests of the club, who playedat in Palestine, Texas.
sang three numbers: "Oh,Vision five hundred. Mrs. J. B. Lawton During their stay in .
Entrancing," by Thomas, "The Star," made high score. and Mrs. Fred Rand will -- -H
by Rogers, and Francis Leoni's "Birthof elaborate dance in their honor :
Morn." WOOD EFFICIENCY having been received by
The first half of the program was for this event, to take place I in this mam-
concluded with Gounod's "Unfold, Ye The value of the wood you buy depends day evening, December 12. ;
Portals," sung by the chorus of the upon its efficiency as a heat Numerous and beautiful gi
club, assisted by a chorus of chil- producer. tested somewhat of the I stock reduced
dren. Dollar for dollar and cent for cent, this young couple and will
"The Death of Minnehaha," from the wood we offer you is the most ef- to their pleasure in their
Coleridge Taylor's "Hiawatha," filled ficient heat producer ever placed on Among the guests present
the second half of the program. The the market.All the groom's mother, two
melody, weird, mysterious but ever we ask of you is to investigate. brother from Texas, were
beautiful, demanded much on the part ELDREDGE BARLOW. lrs. F. II. Rand, Jr., from
of the singers, but in every instancethe Phone 375.HAIR. Mr. and Mrs. Fernald, Mrs.
chorus was prompt to respond tc Dr and Mrs. Neal, Dr. P. YOWELL
the baton, and the entire selection FALLING OUT and Mrs. DeVoe, Mr. Holland
was wonderfully well rendered. Davis' Hair Remedy will stop it. R. Chase, from Sanford; :\ :
The soloists for this were Mrs, Money back guarantee. Estes Pharmacy and )lr. and Mrs. Taveau,
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Ir. Walter Cary-Elwes, Dr.
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