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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 12, 1913
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1913.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 1, no. 269 (Dec. 20, 1913).
General Note: J.F. Schumann, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 4 (Feb. 14, 1913).
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VOLUME ONE. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1913.: NUMBER 262.

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VillA CAPTURES[ AND HOlDS TAfT SCORES ROOSEVELT[ LAUDS ROOT .Y VALIDITY Of INCOME E TAX IS I



AND ENDORSES WilSON'S MEXICAN POliCYSpecial


SON Of TRRAIAS[ fOR RANSOM to the Sentinel Intervention ATTACKED[ BV r FORMER[ ACTRESS[

"Anarchy seems to reign there. -
I I New York, Dec. 11.-ExPresidentTaft
force means the expenditure -
by -
before the New York I

ASKS PAYMENT OF $250,000 I ON TRIAL fOR LIFE I I velt Peace,of speaking Society seeking tonight to destroy, accused the Roose-inde- the treasury of, an the enormous loss of many sum valu-from 'TAfT SPEAKS TO i RATIO OF PERCENTAGE

FOR RELEASE OF THE able lives and the dragging out of a I RAISES QUESTION OF UN-
pendence of the judiciary and demoralize :

YOUNG MEXICANFAIHEJGOESTOELPASO I I \WOMAN TOOK ACID two continents.the administration He also of justice eulogized on tedious trackless war country.against guerillas in a I INSURANCE MEN EQUAL TAXATION '


Senator Root as a second Alexander "All that those of us who are not I

Hamilton and Thomas Jefferson, and in the government can do is to sup-
: MRS. MAGGIE JOHNSON SWAL- SEVENTH ANNUAL MEETING OF MUCH INTEREST IN FIGHT
pledged his support to President Wil- port the president and his secretaryof I
LOWED CARBOLIC ACID AS son in his policy of noninterventionin LIFE INSURANCE PRESIDENTS -
i state and thus present to the Euro U.
JURY FILED IN COURTROOM Mexico. As to the attitude whichhe LARGE AND NOTABLE "
HIS IMPRISONED SON SAID TO thought the United States should pean powers and the world a solid GATHERING DISTINGUISHED LAWYERS TO

SHARE QUARTERS IN PALACE I assume in Mexico, the former presi- front. Such a policy will relieve us CONTEST CASE WHILE THE

WITH CAPTOR WHO THREATENS I;Special to the Sentinel dent said: from an awful burden." New York, Dae. 11.-Fifteen billion WEALTHY WILL WATCH

EXECUTION 1 j I Wahoo, Neb., Dec. 11.-Mrs. Maggie I dollars of life insurance protec- FOR DECISION

Johnson, on trial here for mur- tion was represented today at the

Special to the Sentinel dering bar husband two months ago, CHIEF DEAN REELECTEDTO JURY SPLNUS S l CONU I seventh annual meeting of the Asso- Chicago, Dec. 11.-Hearings in a

El Paso, Dec. 11.-Americans arriving tonight took carbolic acid just as the ,ciation of Life Insurance presidents. : suit attacking the constitutionality of

today from Chihuahua Villa reported had- jury filed into the court room to ren- HEAD DEPARTMENTASSISTANT NIGHT IN THE ATTIC Members and executive heads from as 1 the income tax law were begun here
that General Pancha
I
der a verdict. She will probably die far west as Los Angeles and many tcday before Judge Kenesaw Moun-
made a prisoner of Luis Terrazas, Jr., ,
during the night.It of Canada attended. Former
j parts I. tain Landis in the United States district -
and was holding him for a ransonof is believed the jury found for the President Taft was the chief speaker court for the northern districtof
CHIEF CLARK ROBERTSON TRIAL OF THE NEGRO ISAIAH
$250,000. defendant, but the verdict can not be at the afternoon session.A Illinois.
Terrazas, upon the arrival of Villa, I I SUCCEEDED BY IH. I GRADY IS STILLUNFINISHED
read until the defendant is in court.
problem considered at today'ssession The medium selected for the test is
took refuge in the German consulate, The woman admitted killing her hus- P. LEU was the increasing practice oi a suit at law in which! Elsie de Wolfe,
it is reported, but was dragged out by band but claimed self defense.
policy holders of mortgaging their former actress, a citizen of New
Villa, and is being held. I At the annual meeting of the Orlando It's a tfrfe wager that the members life insurance. Investigation has revealed York, now resident at Versailles,
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Senor Terrazas succeeded last nightin i Fire Department held at head- of the Isah Grady jury would have I that between three billion and France, is plaintiff and the Continental -

crossing the Mexican border at RESCUES YOUNG WOMAN ': quarters last night, Chief William given several times the amount .of !three and one-half billion dollars fur- and Commercial Trust and Savings

I Ojinaga, and is now headed for El Dean re-elected unanimous cash which they are accumulating for|
was by a nished the
by companies
as a reserve bank of Chicago, is defendant W.
I
Paso and Los Angeles. His son is FROM BURNING HOUSE ballot, for the year 1914. the service if they had been rejectedas I fund has been loaned to policy hold Bourke Cockran, of New York, and

said to be sharing the splendor of Assistant Chief H. Clark Robertson incompetent, or for any other rea-
: Colin C. II. of
; Fyffe, Chicago
,
appeared -
the palace with Villa, receiving excellent was succeeded by H. P. Leu. Mr. son excused. Last night was the sec-,ers.Arthur Childs of Boston, resident for Miss de Wolfe, and Levy

treatment, pending arrange- JENKINS DOLIVE OF SENTINEL Robertson resigned his official posi- ond time they climbed the stairwayto of the Columbian National Life Insurance Mayer, of Chicago, for the bank.
ments for payment of the ransom. the attic of the court house to
tion because he takes his the |
place the members
QUALIFIES AS MOTION company, urged Miss de Wolfe, owner of thirty of
Villa has threatened to execute him PICTURE HERO : first of the year as a member of the spend a long night in the big room '!I to warn the public of the danger of the Appalachian Power company's 5

unless he pays. ; city commission, but he still remainsa which the county commissioners''''thus reducing the protection of bene- per cent. bonds, was refused paymentby

member of the department. He is thoughtfully set aside for the entertainment ficiaries. Such loans he said increased the bank of interest due on the

REBELS REPORTED TO BE There was a rushing of many per- devoted to the interests of the fire of all such guests of the from 31.3 per cent of the reserve I bonds December 1 last, because she
IN CONTROL OF TAMPICO sons to front doors and strict centers and said last county. i
department, night in I fund in 1888 to 16 per cent in 1912 had not filed the certificate of owner.

Mcftico- City, Dec. II.-Rebel force:, yesterday when the fire department speaking of his resignation that he Sixteen' witnesses were examined and probably would approach 18 percent i I ship which, the, .bank contends is required -

are now in virtual control of Tampico, tamed out and made a daring run to intended to remain a member of the yesterday, and the judge and attorliC.S this year. by the income tax law. Her

captured Dona Cecilia the the! home of Mr. Braxton Beacham called it good day's work when I
having department as long as he was per- a I i The association also discussed suit is for interest due and damage

largest section of the city, and the from which s&oks was boiling forthin mitted to do so. the court took a recess until nine means to circumvent get-rich-qaick in the sum of $IOOJ.

leading inland. United great volume. A number of automobiles The annual election o'clock this morning.
causeway was celebratedby I promoters who acquire the: proceeds In the presentation of his case At-

States warships lying off the port sped to the scene, and witnessed partaking of a delightful spread Grady is charged with killing his 'of policies left in the hands of inexperienced -I torney Cockran asserted that the law

prevented bombardment by Mexican the firemen put up their ladders the chief dish being chicken pilau, wife. His story is that the gun I widows and orphans. taxes only 423,000 persons out of a

gunboats on the ground that this to reach -a window in which which fired the fatal shot was acci-
a after which cigars were passed and a i i In addition to the presidents of population of 90,000OJO\ which tax.

would endanger: the property of for. frantic young woman was seen gesticulating social hour was enjoyed. The offices dentally discharged. An interesting i!several companies the speakers today he said, was imposed on them without

eigners. It -is said that General Ve- in a frenzy of fright. And other than those mentioned were filledas witness to be called today is the six- :, included Dr. Rupert Blue, surgeon- their consent by the untaxed remain-

lasco has retaken Torreon and Gomez then the spectators saw a brave follows: Paul Horn, foreman; Ray year-old daughter of the couple, who general of the United States public der of the population.

Paiachio after stubborn fighting in young man rush in among the fire- Chapman, secretary; James Barton, it is said, will testify against the defendant I| health service, and 'J-. Victor V. Even if congress has: the right to .

which the rebel losses were over six men, brush them aside and ascend treasurer; DeWitt Miller, assistant Much interest attaches to :Vaughan: dean of the d partn ,1. of'medicine impose this tax, the lawyer said it

hundred km d. The federal losses the ladder with powerful agility. The secretary; room committee, H. P. the testimony because of the age of of the University of Mithian was graded according to incomes with,

were not stated. Railroad reportssay joung woman, overcome by the Leu, Paul Horn and Chas. lIilpert. the child. It is doubtful if one of i and president of the American such gross inequalities as to violate

that two trains were dynamited moke, had disappeared from the win- The members of the departmentabout men; years has ever testified in the ;, Medical association. The meeting the constitution.

today north of Monterey, one of thesea low, and her rescuer was lost to view the festive board were Chief local courts in a case of this kind ;will last two days. His client's income, he said

construction train and the other a ts he stepped from the ladder to the Wm. Dean, Assistant Chief H. Clark Certainly it is an unusual thing. I than was
more $20,000 a on which
freight A passenger train was window ledge, but a short time there- Robertson, Treasurer H. P. Leu, Fore- Some time was lost in the progressof she is year
:HOBSON taxed one per cent on all in
blown up south of Monclova and six- after he reappeared, this time at the man James H. Barton; Joe Lee, J. F. the case yesterday to allow Judge INVITES ONE\ OF (.excess of $3,000, and an additionaltax

teen passengers killed. No further front door of the dwelling. He carried Luther, H. G. Quarterman, Paul Horn. John M. Cheney, who was called in to I of
one per cent on all above $2J-
details have been received. the limp form of the young woman Chas. Hilpert, Ray Chapman, Boss assist the defendant's attorneys, Attorneys COLLEAGUES TO BATTLE 000. lie asserted that if this ratio

I in his strong arms. The breath- Dean, Gideon Dean, Josh Dunaway. W. L. Tilden and Victor Star- were
equitably pursued the income
NO FOREIGNERS HURT IN !hss suspense of the crowd was re f buck, to familiarize himself with the
from the tax would be $750,000,000, a
ATTACK ON TAMPICO lieved and loud
a cheer greeted the evidence.
PERSONAL DIFFICULTY BETWEEN sum practically sufficient to defrayall
Vera Cruz, Dec. 11.-A brief mes- act of heroism. And then the motion RECORD PACK ORANGES
CONGRESSMEN ASSUMES government expenses. By its pres-
sage received from Admiral Fletcherat picture man turned the camera on the j COUNTRY CLUB TO GIVE ent
he
inequalities added
crowd, and caught them in the act. :' PACKING HOUSE SERIOUS ASPECT the in-
Tampico tonight said that no for- AT IW'S DANCE DECEMBER 26 come would not be much more than

eigners had been killed or wounded The hero, dear reader, was Mr. Jen- I $80,000,000.

during the fighting which had been an kins Dolive, of the Sentinel staff, who,1 i Cards have been issued for a danceto Washington, Dec. 11.-Hostilities Attorney Cockran insisted that if

progress at that port today. The had just enacted the part of rescuinghis OVER THREE THOUSAND BOXES be given at the Country Club the between Representatives Donovan, of all incomes were taxed in the same

message further states that Consul sweetheart Mabel Desmond, who: PUT UP IN A SINGLE I evening of December 26. Messrs. I Connecticut, and Hobson, of Alabama ratio as that of the plaintiffs in
Miller had in real life is Miss Mary Rock, also both Democrats broke
requested authority to :1 DAY Walter DeLaney Way, George Beatty out in the comes of more than $250,000 wouldbe

charter a ship for the purpose of tak- of Orlando, from Mr. Beacham's residence I Patterson and Greer Mcllvaine are I house again today and Donovar subject to a penalty of ten

ing refugees away from the city. which had a smudge built beneath I :the committee in charge. blocked Hobson's request for ar instead of the five percent .
red letter at present
day percent
Wednesday was a
The dispatch gives no details of the one of the windows for the sole hour's time tomorrow to discuss a
the packing house of A. J. Nye, for ; those of $500,000 or more to a
fighting. purpose of making a heavy smoke. petition for a prohibition amendmentto
VALUABLE PROPERTY ON penalty of
twenty cent. instead
that boxes of per
I on day 3,014 oranges
The run of the fire and I
department the constitution.
packed and made ready for the IR STREET IS SOLD cf six; incomes of a million would be
were
; the smoke foaled many people, and I For almost an hour the two members -
COUNTRY CLUB market. I penalized forty per cent instead of
OPENS; I this added to the realism of the picture . i 1 had been carrying on a private
I J I Orlando has several large packing Mr. J. L. Hazel has sold his beau- seven. A man with an income of
much to the delight of the representatives argument close to the speaker's ros-
,
houses, and they have their records to tiful residence on Irma street to Mr.J. $2,500,000 a year-and the lawyer
ALL DAY TOURNAMENT of the Civic Motion Picture : trum, with feeling that
so apparent
show, but it may be ventured that no L. Mellen, who will make his home said there were several in the country -
company, who were making the. i some congressmen expected them to
there. The trade conducted -would be
assessed 100
by
single day in any of them has .ever was per cent.,
picture. I this remarkable day's work. Mr. Walter W. Rose. !come to blows. Later they continued I or in other words would have to pay
OTHER CLUBS WILL Several scenes were made yesterday . gone over 1 the argument in the lobby, where Mr.
all
BE REPRESENTED In any event it was a busy day and I II income in excess of $2,500,000 into
,
completing the "Romance at Or o Hobson is reported to have invited
AND PUBLIC IS an unusual amount of fruit to be put FUNERAL OF GEORGE j I the United States treasury.
lando, which will be presented at the Connecticut member to fight.
INVITED : up in any packing house in one work- I S. GREENWOODThe I Thus, he argued, his client was not
the Grand theater for three successive Later when Hobson asked unanimous
I granted the equal protection of the
ing day -
nights the first week in January I consent to present the petition
Today will open the season at the I ::1 : funeral of Mr. George S. I law guaranteed by the fourteenth
Two made at
scenes were s brought by one thousand citizens
Country Club and an all day tourna Howard'St.. LUCERNE TO HAVE GOOD : Greenwood took place yesterday aft-. rep- amendment to the constitution.Mr. .
lawn of
studio the
one on resenting the anti-saloon league, Representative
ment will be the attraction for golf)' ; TEAM BEGINNING DEC 16 ernoon, being attended by a large Mayer stated the position of
Charles hotel and several of the fir
Bartholdt
of Missouri, reserved -
era. There will be match play for aI I 1 The Lucerne has booked Ed. Law- number of friends of the deceased, a the bank was that the law is consti
the trucks
and
engines
department as the right to object and Dono
'
I ; and Miss Milton for five number of them from tutional. In his demurrer filed
trophy cup. All the nearby golf dubs turned out from the station and wher rence Delmar coming out of van thundered an "I object" in a yes-

were invited to send delegations, and they arrived at the scene of the fire. nights beginning Tuesday, December town points. The veterans of Post I voice that reverberated across the terday he further contended that the

several out of town visitors are expected The Grand will play to capacity business 16. They are comedy sketch artists, 10, G. A. R., of which the deceasedwas I chamber. I bonds constitute a civil contract in
'I
to be present. Acceptances when the is iri ; and are highly recommended. The a member, attended and had 1 no wise involving federal laws and
picture put on Hobson gave way, but announcedthat
f have been received from Tampa and Orlando.Mr. : pieces they give run from 25 to 35 charge of the services at the grave. that the federal court therefore has
i at 4 o'clock tomorrow afternoonhe
Jacksonville.The I minutes and are original, snappy and The floral offerings were many and no jurisdiction.
proposed to speak
club will be open to the publicin sure laugh producers. Something entirely unusually beautiful. The interment anyway.
the afternoon and Mrs. G. H. Tinklepaugh, oi f is took in the of the G. A.
and the membersare new promised. place plot R. CIVIC LEAGUE IN CHARGEOF
anxious Sodus, N. Y., regular winter resi the 'THE BLUE BIRD CLUB"BY
to see a large gathering.The "I post at city cemetery.CHAUTAUQUA McCULLOCH'S TODAY
play will dents of Orlando and owners of i JUNIOR CIVIC
be interesting, light re CATHEDRAL SCHOOL TO LEAGUEThe

freshments will be served, and a so- pretty home on East Church street' GIVE DANCE DEC. 18 FOR BARTOWI -
last and immediatelsettled 1 The ladies of the Civic League will
cial time is arrived night v
anticipated. The Orlando Cards have been issued by Rev. I Junior Civic
band will lend down in their residence fo]r'i i League will givea have charge of McCulloch's depart-
enlivenment to the and Mrs. R. P. Cobb to the Junior-
oc- has been announced that a fine play, "The Blue Bird Club "
casion.In the winter season., at th ment store today, and it is expected
Senior dance at the Cathedral school
chautauqua program has been art Orlando opera house the evening of that the day's business will be one of
the evening a dance for the Thursday evening, December 18. I I ranged and will be given in Bartow in December 20. The entertainment is unprecedented sales. The profits will

members and their guests will be Something useful and ornaments 1 'I February. This will be the first se- to be given for the benefit of the 50 into the league treasury.

given. Arrangements for good music can be found at the Book, Stationery, THE WEATHER :. ries of this kind undertaken in that I poor, and a large attendance is ex body is asked to patronize McCul-Every-

1 and a thoroughly enjoyable time have Music and Novelty Store of Curtis d: Florida: Fair Friday and Satur city and the people are much pleased II pected. The Juniors deserve it. DC loch's today for the benefit of the
been
completed.
O'Neal, and the prices are right. day. J over the prospects. |not fail to encourage them. league.


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: t PINE CASTLE NOTES ..MMMMMMIMMMMMMMMMMMMMHiJHIMIMiCivic .,:::::::;;;;; ; ; ;;;;;;;;;;;;;; ;;;;; ;;;;::::::::::::::: f41l46
Pine Castle, Fla., Dec. 9.-Mrs. W

visiting N. Gartman with,her of brothers Hartford, E., Ala.L Spha, is League in
ORLANDO O BANK A & 1 TRUST 1 COMPANY
.; ler ler,and of Taft.Messrs. D. B. and W. G. Spha- ..

Mrs. L B. Norris, of Hastings, is
here for a visit with her sister, Mrs. ChargeThe Orlando, F OI"ila.
Thos. Etty, and her brother-in-law
M. A. Jones and family.Mr. Capital and Surplus SI2SOOO.OO.
and Mrs. J. M. Samples, theh League will get the profits

': nephew, Mr. Frank Samples, and ... '... =--.. .. Report of the Condition of
friend, Mr. Robt. Wilson, all of Cleve- ;Ai-J5.'fr ;
here '-: : 1 I THE ORLANDO BANK & TRUST
land, Tenn., arrived Tuesdayand Dec. 12thfrom :
are occupying the cottage on E. Friday, .;..r". ."" ', .:,1. .t'; I;" . COMPANY
t!. '" -
L. Sphaler's place. <;;1' ': At" the close of business November
Misses Grace and Beirfah Hansel '.L.>- 17, 1913. In compliance with Chapter
of Mulberry, are spending a few days the sale of the largest stock of . 6427, Laws of Florida.

". among relatives here.J. iI" h .
RESOURCES
Christmas show in Orlan- ..
L Sunday, of Quincy, returned goods ever f"" ". .. ..'.. : #Ih
. Banking House, Furniture
,;.:;; t'.I
: from Orlando Saturday, and is stay- ... 'I ; ." :;.;, I r 'I .. and Fixtures ..........$ 25,97487Loans
.
<
ing with friends. .. .".
: do.Toy 'l: ....
: and Discounts. 396,206.53Overdrafts
v : .
Mrs. C. H. Matchett had a party at the of Automobiles, Electric Trains ..: '/ '..'f" i ............. 406.93

ten for supper.Sunday evening . _.., Stocks and Bonds ....... 26,01333
Lake View Inn.Mrs. Toys Irish Mills Velocipedes Rock- FY .if S
1 FV f Cash on Hand and in
Taft,
of
Marion Loos,
was Horses. Go Carts Doll Beds Cra- ff ...P.w= i Banks ................ 132,377.44
here for a few hours Monday morn- ing ,

dles Trunks Chairs Desks Tables :- '
ing.Mr.
and Mrs. J. W. Matchett, Misses t c '? $580,984.10
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Katie and Mamie Matchett, and Dishes Blocks Puzzles Mechanical T 44 LIABILITIES
Mr. Herman Hicks, of Orlando, were .,,, Capital Stock ............$100,000.00
"" dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Toys cf all kinds and other Toys too Surplus and Undivided
Tyner Sunday. f -; Profits .............:.. 32,16662
Mrs. A. T. McCulloch, of Orlando, numerous to mention.Dolls $ 'fi AA fi!y Y Deposits ................ 448,817.48
and her brother, Mr. Thos. Everleth, i
of all kinds and prices, dressed and undressed;
of Cynthiana, Ky., were the recent $580,984.10
Schoemuts famous Art Dolls, Humpty-Dumpty Circuses,
guests of relatives here.
Pianos, and Soldiers, Sailors and Policeman Suits.A .1 7 .'c
Mrs. A. Clark, of Orlando, was the
guest of Mrs. C. H. Matchett from full line of Fine China, in Salad Bowls, Cake Plates : i -- ?- : .,. M. &!. SUITH, Presi 'rot.
and Regular Table Ware, Vases, etc.
until Monday.Mr.
Saturday W. iii. 0VIS
and Mrs. John Barr and two Fine Handkerchiefs, Scarfs, Lace Collars, etc. _. Vice-PrcsiJent.
Mansfield, Ohio, arrived Fancy Neckwear, Hose and Suspenders in Christmas G. E NOLAN C shier.
children, of I \ \ United State Government State and County Depository ,
Boxes. Also full line of Regular Goods. f
Friday and will be the guests of their a
The ladies will be in charge. .. .. .. .. .. ,
Mrs. P. M. Shanibarger, : &A H , II Ie U t tI. t++H
daughter t t tJ I to It It t"" II I'" H '" to. '' 111 K+.ft
for some little time. : +t.al"I.t'I..tOlt. a. . tl'I'IIII"III.' tll" ttlJIICttit'.a.a..J' .
I'
Mr. Albert Tanner and Miss Bessie :

Herman were married Wednesday : McCULLOCH'SDepartment\ For'Economy and purchase
evening by Esquire Hall at his residence : I -1
; and are now in Orlando. I, I W RIG H 'I' power of your money -
t News has been received here of the : REALTY & EnD co "
t death of Mr. A. Mack, son-in-law of : H FOR REAL ESTA1'E ry Wright's" Farm
Store
( Mr. and Mrs. Homer Sheldon, at his!: Thais Our Business , and :Garden Seeds. in
home in Ashtabula, Ohio. Mr. and Florida
Mrs. Sheldon are regular winter resi-1 Itr ; Orlando, bulk. "Motto" Quantityand
dents of Pine Castle and Mr. Mack 4 f OHOtmiOIIUIIIIIIIC lt8IMHIKOmillOIIIMfi '
1 had spent one winter here; but the Quality. '

; this Sheldons winter had owing not yet to come the serious to Florida ill- I.ttl..III..II. . .. ... . ....' II. . '.'. . ). . Fresh Farm Eggs, 40 cents dozen; Ice 40 cents leo pounds;' Best Creamery Butter 40

ness of Mr. Mack. 'cents; Sweet Milk, 13 cents quart, 7 cents pint; Oranges 10 cents dozen; Limes 10 cents

Thursday evening the school gave dozen; Butter :Milk, 10 cents quart. Chesepeak Bay Oysters, (selects) 50 cents quart, 30
\. its entertainment for the benefit of fi Ock1aaha Nurory Seilvice r i cents pint.

the school piano fund. The program, Individual Package 10 Ibs. Ass't Fruits "That Xmas Present" delivered by Express,

,which contained nineteen numbers, (charges prepaid) all points east of Rocky Mountains, at your door $1.35 cash with order.
was well presented and quite a good
,
sized audience assembled. A good

sum was realized. One feature of the Bas always been accepted in Orange County as th
program was the opening chorus, best to be obt; ined. j NO one has ever complainedand : " ""tt"'t'" ' : : :::::::;; : :; iiii tG iii ii ':iMMIMMMMIIITHE
sung by the higher grades, to the
tune of "The Trail of the Lonesome no on.ever will, brcause our trees are the best

Pine," the words of the chorus being and cheapest (in the end) pjssible to procure. I GREAT ANNUAL SALE II IIi. I
,, written by Mrs. S. Frank Phillips expressly -
for this occasion, and are: Who ever heard of ono untrue to name or who-
"Every state has its motto
great f
ever heard of an ignored claim? ,
Chosen by thoughts sublime ATContinues

Or a fame glorious name perpetuates its We offer you first choice from the largest stockin !

In history throughout all time; the world for this season's planting and your suc- fi '

But of one's native home there will cess with our stock is already assured when your I

always come grove is planted. Free advice as to stock and per-
Memories almost divine;
To those born here what seems most sonal inspection of your land when requested on any

dear planting of 300 trees or more. Suitable discountsto Until Christmas December 25 :
Is the music of the ,
pine.
Chorus- planters of large acreage. In fact, the very best r

"In the wildwoods of dear old Florida, of everything and 0. W. Conner behind it all. iI
On the trail of the lonesome pine, New Goods arriving daily, such as Clcthing, Shoes, Hats, Notions,

The sighing breeze in the grand old and all kinds of Novelties for the Holiday trade. This $25,000.00

Makes trees music dear to this heart of I ADDRESS stock of new and up-to-date merchandise I will sell in this great

mine. Annual Sale at Sacrifice Prices. Our stock was never more com
Oh home! where all is good and true.I .

may roam; ; but I'll ne'er forget OCKLAAIIA NURSERIES plete than now. Every item in our store has been added to with

In the wildwoods of dear old Florida, I. new and up-to-date merchandise. We have a larger line than
On the trail of the lonesome "
pine.
A very substantial payment will be Dept. 23, Tangerine, Fla. ever for you to select from. We will give you more bargains

made this entertainment.on the piano from There proceeds are other of .. iHMIHIIMiMMMIMMMIMMMIMMM this store that it will pay you to give us a trial, as the dollars and

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entertainments arranged and will be - - cents are what you are looking after. It will pay you to visit-oo;
announced later, and it is hoped the ,MtilMMHHMMIMMIMMaMMMMMIMMMMMM"Kill
debt on the piano will be greatly reduced : store and see the offerings we have.
by the end of this school year. the Chill"
The Christian Workers
gave a sup

per school success.and home sale Saturday and report evening an excellent at the Airindications point toward a cold win ILKallller'r'' NewYork Bargain r[ r rl n


Dr. S. W. Reed, veterinary surgeon ter this year and the best way to be com- .. J KSLUJL Ul
who this fall came from Cleveland,

Tenn., to take up his residence here, fortable on cold mornings and evenings ;ii. Kfr+4rrr. . . ..a..c..II..I..I.1'. . .H". . . . . . . . . .. . . . . .. . . :

is a gentleman in his special of considerable line of work.distinction ; or during the day in your office is to have a J

He is a graduate of the Ontario Vet-
erinary college, of Ontario, Canada.He REZNOR GAS HEATER j The Cathedral SchoolEAST = -
has been a veterinary surgeon for AVENUE i
CENTRAL ,
Friday and Saturday Specials
thirty years and has practiced his
profession in the states of Ohio, Ala- They are cheap to buy and very economical : Orlando's Select Boarding and :

bama, Tennessee and Florida, with 3 to 6 cents an hour: according to the : Day School For Girls Boys and Girls Hats at Cost. Untrimmed
very great success. Affable and kind Wednesday, October 1. ,
ly in disposition, one can understand size-and are the cleanest and most convenient Reopens Primary, Intermediate, and College Shapes at cost.
when Dr. Reed says he loves his work :
and nearly always meets with heating made. No '1oodr ashes Preparatory Grades.
'
success : oroil
Uso Courses in Music, Art, Elocu- Saturday Night 7 to 8
in his
treatment
of
illness
stock. Dr. Reed puts up nearly in live all : l to carry-just_turn the valve and strike ion, Domestic Science, Physical Cul- ,

the remedies he uses, having tested a match. ure.Twelve specially trained Teachers. Silks at 50c per yard '
them and experimented until he
Individual attention. Loving care.
reached perfection with their cures; REV. RODERICK P. COBB, A. M.,
MISSES HAMILTON & MM
but carries the wonderful vaccine PrincipalThe
which eradicate the tick and cure the
black leg. Dr. Reed is the authorized lAWATER & L1GHTCO.
deputy state inspector of live stock
of Tennessee under Geo. R. White,, Sentinel sells space on its Agents for Barclay ,Corsets

and is also a member of the Tennessee Gas Department4IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIM known guaranteed circulation. This McCall's Patterns
Veterinary Medical association. i ;paper is the one best medium in this
lIed for the advertiser who wants to : --

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Winter Garden, Fla., Dec. 10.-The
little infant of Mr. and Mrs. D. W. fLtLTmL L Mo LLt f

illness.Saunders died after only a few days' : WM SLElVIONSI

Mrs. Cohen Bray left Monday for ._" _r.... _-M
Tampa, where she will spend a few ,
days with her aunt, Mrs... D. Jonc

Walter Bogard, of Chuluota, is Have room or house : fall hOODS r in
your
here.spending a few days with his parents ur ew rB ow CUffIng

cleaned without dust or troubleof
,
Clarence Marsh, of Clermont spent

Tuesday here.J. .
P. Jones, of Plymouth, 'vua in moving furniture .
town Tuesday. Mr. Jones has just returned -
from a business trip to Illinois -
We sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co.
and Missouri. I The Pierce Electric Co. send an Ex-
Miss Nona nmght has returned U t made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes. I
Mascotte, after several days pleasantly
spent with Miss Alary rWer. perienced man. Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and Towels.

F. C. Whithorne, representing the Pants'and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from II. B. Claim & Co.
Times-Union of Jacksonville, was i.
SEE THEM FOR TERMS
visitor here Wednesday.Dr. & Co. Best place in the city to trade.

J. K. Ewing and family of Ew I
ington, 0., have arrived, and will
spend the winter here again.A. .


ing was.freight in McClurkin town agent Wednesday.Mrs. of of Orlando the. Clyde, travel-line, ThePERCEELECTRC r t [ i L C0111' ;1 j r M. SLEMONS II


Charles Maunce and Mrs. 4I ORANGE AVENUE t

Zeak Vick, of Oakland, were in tow. I JHUU: H. STRKKT : .

Wednesday. : 1 1OG e'.t ..DI".B"'t6t.tt. . = OCI.. . .'..ttJt.eJ'IcttttOII""III'I ftl"
Frank left Tuesday night for
Hoper .
'." " 60..f .t. ett .Jttttttt?<- .
Birmingham, where he will spend se\ . .
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oral days. PONT PUT IT OFF
Cohen Bray left Thursday for Tam- 4:arll'IHa>> >fr > r T LONGER

pa visit, where in that Ire city will for join a few n.s days.w.fe a.j c : COME TO US RIGHT AWAY

Mrs.from J. C.Jacksonville Peyton returned, after Thursday having O ORiNDO l O OPERA HOUSE[ I r i


spent several days with her son, Ran : -- and Get a Suit That Is a'Suit
dolph. 1
Mrs, Willie Ewing left Saturda : December 13th c

for Atlanta, Ga., where she will spent r Choose the SIle You Fancy-Gel

a part of he winter with her sister, [ Match j ,x}? Your Moneys \\'orlh--SuU or $15

Mrs. Annie Cummings. Wrestling J ii Overcoat Made lo( Order . .
James Buchanan, of Nettleton I

Hiss., is here for a while. Mr. Buchanan Prof. George Grundahl I Ii Others at $17.58, $23, $2150, S2j Up..Fit, Style-- and
good
owns some orange property
"-
located near Lake Apopka. : x Weight 157 Ibs : f w! Workmanship' Guaranteed-

Frank Eafferson, while skating Saturday t ,. Middle Weight Cham i _-

night, fell and broke his righ : > ' : L pion of Florida : No matter what price you want to put into a Suit or an Overcoat: ,

r arm. b r -and- i L you may come to us with the absolute assurance that you'll get better : -
I.,. T. Bryant, assistant cashier o ; Prof. Oscar Kiviahti! (for
other tailor
1 value more your mell- at any shop_, on
bank'of Sanford, ,
the Sunday People's here with friends.A spen ; Weight 155 Ibs i earth and you'll get an absolutely square deal.
"
Middle Weight Champion :
decided change in the weathc t t rv+
after several real warm days, wa of Finland :.. '
broken Sunday after a light snowelfollowed > Will! meet here forthe Mid- : C. L. PIPXI

with cool weather.A d'e Weight Champion i lof e3i4:4
r : Florda. It wi'l be a clean : 34 < !
CHU1K H 1.{ I. KT:
YOUNGER SANTA : match and ladies are invited :
r to ceme and enjoy the spo't. 'I -- ---- -- - ------ -----

Washington, Dae. 10. "Please ap PrlcesSeatsonthreesidesof : WE FIT GLASSES GRINDLEXSE_ !>
point a younger Santa Claus." to % the mat on stage 75 cents. AND DO ALL KINDS OF The Most I Enthusiastic S. P. U. G.

This plea was made: by letter ti Reserve Seats 50 cts. General OPTICAL REPAIRING

Postmaster General Burleson by Mist Admission 25 cents. : ._. .. Would not object to a single article in
Lodenia L Rile, 8 years old, of Al Back gal ery for colored people S ,:
bion, IncL, who says: t ((5 cents. e;%J't,;:' our stock as a Christmas gift. They are all
t
"Santa Claus used to call on grandpa .1..tt t .t( .t.etO. e'e.Qes.o t.... I 1 .1 useful as well as ornamental: and tne varietyis
when grandpa was a little boy jI'
Santa Claus must be too old now Uget so large that the appropriate proper

around to see all the children." ." 'O"llt'.I.ttt..ttIEO.t 3fi i DR. L. H. RAMSDELL for
present young or old, male or female, maybe I

FLIES WITH HIS PARENTS Innoc 4 rr T IT but once I I (Successor OPTOMETRIST to Dr. 0. P. LIkins) easily selected. We are quite enthusiast i

I i tic over our selection of standard and late
Santa Anna, Cal., Dae. 10.-Aviatr IRLANDO, FLORIDA
Glenn Martin took his father and books. Practically every one is pleased witha :

mother, both of them well beyond th : @ j H; III D D a I Q .1 Cot Ie I D 11111. 1I book, so when you cannot. decide just whatt t:
usual age of aviation enthusiasts, fan I .
aeroplane trip of nearly 100 miles : RIGHT: NOW we offer two propositions on TERMS OF $10 DRS. WM. HARPER ) buy, you are safe if you select somethingin
DOWN AND $10 I'ER MONTH. Every 'young man in < : ( HARPER'OSTEOPATHS \
To make the flight still more mom' JOSEPHINE standard literature. From the
little
raMe, Thanksgiving dinner was in- i Orlando should embrace this chance to begin or add to his

eluded. ; estate. kiddies to the grandparents we can show
Oldest Established Practice In I
Orlando : for each
something one.
SEMINOLE PARK LOTS
"HOBO POET" IS GUEST 19 W. Church Street, Up-Stairs j |

On the Map Before Seminole County Consultation and Examination W. S. BRANCH
London, Dec. 10.-The America : Inside Lots $100. Corner Lots $125. Free ,
"hobo poet," Harry Kemp, who ar- ) Money and six per cent interest back one year from the date .MIIIMMMIMHMItii'Artistic '.. '
The Arcade Bock and Music Store
rived in England as a stowaway, an you complete purchase if dissatisfied.
sampled the British prison, was I Christmas Gifts at Tuttle's
guest at the London Poetry societ hop. 12-12-Gt;
FIVE ACRE TRACTS
dinner at a little Bohemian restaurant
Near Lake Underhill. Finest grove land and finest grovesin The Tuttle Shop is located in a partIf FIRE INSURANCE
San Juan
Berman's store opposite
Ashton Jonson, a direct descendantof Orange County. Develop a grove on your monthly spare iotel. 12-12-6t
Ben Jonson, presided. change. PRICE $30 PER ACRE. Timber practically pays


KIMO SHOE POLISH for clearing. Washington CUSTOMS, DPC.RECEIPTS 10.-Customs OFF receipts /' IT YaneOutcrRY \the r EYto v Success.

NO INTEREST-NO TAXES
for Novem-
of the government
Waterproof and Clean until own the deed. :
you fell off about $4,500,000 compared
er
Free from odor and acids; applies
without soiling the hands of clothing ORLANDO REAL ESTATE CO. o November, 1912. ,iLESTATE 0 b JANSEN
Comes in collapsible tubesblacktan November was the first full monthf ,
or vhte-does! not dry out Room 2. Watkins Block..IIel.IcIIIIIIIIIIII.II'IIII.III.IIIIIIII.II. ) operation for the new tariff. IMPROVED AMCH I NOTARY{
Ready for use!! anywhere at any time .
Costs less than one cent a shine, last ....*.. ; \UNIIIPROVE ORLANDO )ubLlcI
ing several days. Patent polishing BARGAIN SALEn
mitt .... .. 1 FLORIDA.
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four small 5-room houses, only
You will be delgihted with it. Fo' 1.IIIIII.ttlllll.II'.III.IIIII..IIIIIIII.IIIIIIIIC hree blocks from postoffice. Priceor
special offer, drop a postal with you the bunch, $4,550; or single sale.
1'1 ROYAL(PONCIANNA U..coq f0 the SPECIALTYPOMPtMV The AltamonteAltamonte 1,250 nonth. each. Renting for $15 per Hike( in Rock Building N. ORANGE AVE. Opposite San Juan: Hotel

Who wants a cheap home or wants
St. Petersburg, Fla. o invest?
I offer $50 reward for the owner of
The prettiest home in the most Springs, Florida roperty in the city of Orlando, Fla.,I IttttttHHnttttttltttttmillllliMIIIMJIIIlHU5c
.hat will duplicate this property in
attractive surroundings always at-
rice and location. CRISPETTES
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tracts the most desirable buyer if on lTCX7I- N For the above and several 5, 10,
ever should decide to sell. A home J, 40-acre country homes improved
at Gatlin would always attract a de some with growing crops stock and Fresh Corn Crispcttes May be Bought at any of the following .well
Most beautiful in all Florida 'ools, known places:
sirable ? spot seeCHADWICK-
buyer. It would be half sol
FOR LOW PRICES. N.J.MerckThe Rexall Drugstore Delaney's Drug StoreE.
miles front Orlando.
the day your house is finished. Carl Nine Every com Phone 398. R. Bliss' Fruit Stand King's Grocery Store '
t Jansen has the Gatlin lots for sale. tf fort and amusements, Golf, etc. Amongthe Open evening 7 to 8. 12-9-6t \ Mayer Galentine and Mayer's Candy Store

tall pines, between two lovely lakes. \ Mr. Richardson's Pop Corn Stand
Take your repairing to Warman or Cusine and service first-class. A D. Galbraith, D. V. S., the vet"I:
Curt street. 12-5-tf -rinary surgeon, located at T. Jtathers THE CRISPETTE CO.
\ livery stable. Phone 14.
Order grapefruit and orange trees ll-13-tf. I 12-2-tf 26 W. PINE STREET \ :
E. BATES & SON
GEO. Proprietors
a w. W. H. Brokaw, salesman. ;4..111,11,1111,1111111.,11111111111.1111111111.,1. .
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iHt UttlLI JACKSONVILLE TO HAVE NEIL O'BRIEN'S MINSTRELSNeil Warman Repairs and Retires Baby DOES YOUR SCALP ITCH? .t..J. ..
BIG PRODUCTS DISPLAY Carriages on Court street. 12-5-tf i -

South Florida Sentinel O'Brien and his great Amen- I If one bottle Davis' Hair RemedyFor I KNOLL FLORAL CO1

MORNING AND WEEKLY Florida's fruits and vegetables will can Minstrels, all new and better tr-an trees see W. H. Brokaw. Office I doesn't cure we'll give your money I

.... JOSIAH FERRIS. Editor and Owner. be brought before the attention of the ever, will! be the attratt.oti it the opposite postoffice. Phone 267. back. Estes Pharmacy sells it. CUT FLOWERSOUR

Entered at the poklotfuv m OiUninIda. hh.i I men from ail over the nation who Orlando opera house, on Friday, De- 12-2-tf j I 12-9-tf i iI
; as Swond Cla. "a' ttSUBSCRIP'I1T I distribute them in a manner which cember IDth. This is the second sea- I SPECIALTY

has never before been the case when son for this organization, which has ; Phone 2516( TAMPA, FLA.
ttAl1.J the National League of Commission entered the race for minstrel Slprcnacy I . . . . . . . . ,. ...
THE DAILY SENTINELOne Trotting Ostrich Racing
\ Merchants meets here 14 fora with of
Year ....................$5.00 January every prospect winning ..
Six Months ................... 2.50 three days' session. This: is the aim golden rewards. Manager Oscar Horse
of the committee fruit and has surrounded his star withan Against Trotting
Three Months ................ 1.25 on a ve; Hodge
- -- table exhibit which will meet at the amazing array of talent, includ- .
; FRIDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1913. board of trade rooms Friday after- ing many of the highest salaried com-

noon at 3 o'clock. edians, singers and special feature
: Photographs of some of the witnesses -i Dealers, growers and anybody con- acts on the minstrel stage Neil '

in the graft investigation in cerned in the state's fruits and vegetables O'Brien needs no endorsement. For ,./..,: ;: / .

New York strongly substantiate the will be invited to send exhibitsto years he has entertained thousands .
:;
fji" :
suspicion that there's something Jacksonville for the great national with his original wit and won their / : : For Sale
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wrong somewhere.The convention cf the commission men. admiration for the good ciean fun ..'. / / Ai
,
o It is believed, on the other hand, that with which his work always perme- ,) r ; .
Fort Myers Press has an editorial the suggestions 'as to packing and i aes ; 20 Acres Al land, near town.
ates.The ,
on "The Eternal Weather" harvesting made by the visiting com company is the largest min- M
which subject might also qualify as mission merchants will be of great strel organization traveling, and includes 200 budded one year old grape

the eternal question, and an unfailing cenefit to Florida. in addition to the star, such fruit. Well fenced, Special for
conversational prop. Concerning the importance of the notable comedians as Eddie Ross, Ed-
---o.- meeting here the New York Produce die Mazier, Pete Detzel, Major No- a few days at $100. per acre.

And for goodness sake do not spell News recently made the following wak, Gorgie Faust, and a score of ]
it "X-mas," which is an abomination, oricf editorial comment: others. The vocal corps consists of |

Bays the Macon Telegraph in a plea "Attention of members of the national several soloists who have won dis- | Cooper Atha

for a sane Christmas. It's worth league is attracted to Jackson- tinction and fame, notably Ward Barton -

thinking about.Miami Metropolis. ville, Fla., where the next annual the famous yodler, Al Fontaine, s : 3 ins
114 ORANGE AVENUE
-') meeting will be held, beginning Jan-I Joe Carel, Arthur Blake, Clark O'Don-1 i -

The Pensacola News is slightly off uary 14. The Jacksonville nell, Georgie Hagen and Walter Lind-- At Orlando Fair Grounds, at 2 o'clock, Friday [Orlando Florida1253m.

its kazip when it claims that Pensa. the youngest member but is composed sey, in addition to a large chorus TOO AY AT 2 P. M. -
cola is the warmest city in the South, of merchants who can be depended Reserved seats on sale."LEOPARD'S .
and in the same article goes on to jpon. It is to be hoped, under the

give the temperature in various cities, circumstances, that more time will be SPOTS"
4".O" .t
showing Pensacola 38 and Tampa 46, given the matters before the convention " "I"'I"1111Itl"

among others. and less to pleasure. Entertain- Thomas Dixon's first great literary I>Oil'T FORGET THAT

o ments on these occasions are usually success, "The Leopard's spots," con-

John Purroy Mitchel, the new may- 1 burden on local members and it sidered his masterpiece, has at last The Montgomery Motion Picture Co.l .
or-elect of New York, and Charles S should be the aim of officials to lightn been dramatized by the author and :

: Whitman, the district attorney, prom- this as much as possible."-Times- will be seen here on December 15th,i!
< ise that elections will be conducted Union. at the Lucerne theater. :

much more honestly in the future Mr. Dixon daims that this book I.I GRAND I THEATRE! t ti
than they have been. As much as a FIGHTING FOR A LIFE gave the South a voice in the forum Dr. Budimaster

New York politician could be expected of the world, expressing the long s.- 1

to promise.So Shall Leo Frank be hanged, whenhe lent Southern feeling which scorned i

o judge before whom he was tried national public opinions and d&fiad efforts -:'I Opens Next Monday December 15th Osteopathic Physician

astute a newspaper as the New confesses to doubt of his guilt, orbll to change social conditions by with the Greatest Bill you have
York World ventures to hope that: the ; he have another trial? This is law. The play is thrilling to the extreme 132 Orange Avenue
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insolent and corrupt lobby at Wash- ;he question that is agitating many differing now and then from ever seen. .

ington has been dispersed. :Maybe so ;ood people of Atlanta, Ga., and in the book in order to present more I Next door to People's Bank,
1IAKEO OTHER ENGAGEMENT
but it will come again. The chief re- vhich Frank's compatriots all over forcibly the fact that the negro can up-stairs. Acute and chronic I II

sult of such investigations as.that recently the country feel a sympathetic inter-I never be received on a social equality diseases treated.Telephone .
closed is to make the lobbyistsmore :st The matter has been taken up I' with the white race. It is the mod- I:I I Next Sunday's Piper! Will Till The Rest I
cunning and insidious it does the I. 0. B. which he
hy Independent Or. ern problem 578.
; : negro exposes d. . . . . . . . . . . .. . . & e . .4ee I
not drive them out. ier of Brith Abraham-all over the this time. There is an interminglingof
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o ountry, and they are hoping to romance, love and comedy which..I --------- ---
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The wireless has already been of rouse public sentiment against whats adds to the enjoyment of the per-

inestimable value, but it sometimesgoes claimed would be a terrible mis- formance.
awry The steamer Rio Grand arriage of justice. "The Leopard's Spots" will be pre-
Lnristmas Ciftr His --tne aD
of the Mallory line was reported by When Judge Roan of the Atlanta sented here under the personal direc- Majtst

wireless a few days ago to be afire. ourts denied Frank a new trial he tion of the author, at the Lucerne

and a number of vessels were dispatched said: theater, Monday, December 15th.
to her rescue. The vessel "I have given this question long ."

arrived in port at Brunswick, Ga., :onsideration. It has given me more WHAT SHALL I GIVE?

Wednesday, safe and sound, and the :oncern than any other case I ever Has it ever occurred to you whatan Father and mother will supply the baby with enough"jimctacks"make
captain declared there had been no was in. And I want to say here that, excellent gift the Daily Sentinel
fire anywhere about the ship excep' although I heard the evidence and the would make for Christmas? Distant your gift ol a more permanent nature

in the furnaces. arguments during those thirty days, Ijo relatives and friends, or former residents The following suggestions arc only a few of the many

o not know this morning whetherLeo of this section, shut-ins, or even articles we are showing in a special baby display
Frank is innocent or guilty. But
here who
living do
persons not now
The Mexican situation Coffers resources I was not the one to be convinced. take the Sentinel would Gold Rings for tiny
greatly nn
appreciate -
for the romancer. The dispatches -
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The jury was convinced, and I must
from their an u
: tell of the capture of the son their a paper own home fingers i.uu u
approve verdict and overrule the
town. And the
is much less
expense r
of a wealthy Mexican who is held by "
motion.
the rebel general Villa in a palac than you usually spend for a gift. Lockets and Chains 'q ii n
It would seem that Judge Roan, although Delivered
carrier in
by Orlando for $
where he is for the time all
enjoying anU U
the luxuries afforded, but he rests un- he left Frank in the shadowof $5 a year in advance, or 10 cents a for girl baby necks LIUU I
the gallows, furnished the strongest week. '
der the threat of execution unless a of arguments for another fair Send Little gold pins for en J
us a subscription now and
of cool of million
ransom a quarter a trial for the prisoner. If the judge make uUb E1UD
is paid. Where is the heroine to plead somebody happy. little dresses |
vho presided at the trial remains in .
the hard hearted villain Villa
I' with : doubt as to the guilt of the accused, ,
and secure her lover's release? Only other people and particularly his BASKET BALL Silver Cups, $1.00 and up
this section of film is missing. The girls of the Orlando high
friends and those who knew him best i
,
Come make selections before the
school will play the Cathedral basket: your prettiest piecesare
t 0r are justified in having their doubts.
ball team at the Armory, Friday I gone We'll lay them aside if you are not ready to
r It is pleasing to observe that most No man should be hanged whose .
evening, December 12th. Game calledat take them
of the comment on the retirement of guilt is in doubt-Davenport (Iowa)
4 Albert W. Gilchrist from the race for Journal 8 o'clock Admission 25 cents.WIIAT'S _ n __ ,

f senator is complimentary to that gen
THIS?
i' tleman. Mr. Gilchrist has some of COMING TO THE FAVORITE!
the qualities of the truly big man. "Beauty and the Beast," a great Hello! What's this! The womenof

r He is independent and generous. Morton hree-red Rex feature, will be the the Civic League selling out MeCulloch's the
T. Evans Jeweler
"; Riddle said of him that he never next attraction at this popular photoplay store on Friday!

E' said a wise thing and never did a theater. It is a wonderful feature ,
f foolish one, and this pretty aptly describes written by Andrew Lang. All Subscribe for the Sentinel.OSTEOPATHY.

him. There are some men children, as well as grown-ups, will OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE

whose superficial appearance belies want to see it. The story so dear to! .
i them, and Gilchrist is one of these. the little folks and so popular with
In the real man there is courage and the "big 'uns" that you will marvel at i i EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVINGSilk

f ability, and what may be appraised its magnificence. The most elaborate : DR. J. C .HOWELL

above other considerations, he is slow visualization of a fairy tale ever projected Hours, 10.12, 3.5, and by appointment .
i to anger. This bf itself is not to be on a screen. The date will be No extra charge for house treatment

lightly considered in candidates for either Monday or Tuesday. I I Telephone connections -

,! high office. The man with poise Admission 5 and 10 cents. : Office cor. Orange and Central A res.
makes a better public servant than SPECI.A.L
the man of brilliant intellect who
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lacks it

9, I SPECIAL : Hosiery Silk Underwear

I The Tampa Times is beginning to

see the the tax same commission objection in demanding to the plan as-ofF Knit UnderwearI

lmJ Metz zfiGood Runabout $
sessments to be made at the true cash $175OO ij I

: value which the Sentinel pointed out ,,
i in the beginning of the discussion.

The millage for state purposes is !i f m T

i fixed biennially by the legislature, Condition 1 iiiini
and if assessments are increased the I II .
taxes will be proportionately ins I

creased so far as the state's propor. i At discounts that really
i tion of the taxes is concerned. The 5 per cent given for cash on all Tires II

governor says he has the right to reduce I save you money
; the millage of two per cent for and Tubes. i

revenue purposes and four per cent. ; Come early in order to get your size.
f for pensions, yet it is not likely that I
t the reduction of these two items

i would collected.be sufficient What to then offset would the surplus the- San Juan Garage Co. :b .A.ErO: :L3. IvES

state do with the money except apportion -
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;i it back to the counties for a "
The Christmas Shopping Place"I.i
& redistribution? The commission All Night Service
seems to be proceeding upon ill advised -
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and daughters, Misses Anna and
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.LUCERNE
CIRCLE.
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ANSWER Mary yesterday, of Longwood to attend, came the funeral to Orlando of : SENSE INTO i
WHAT T I IS YOUR BEST FLORIDA
Mr. Geo S. Greenwood, having been : MADE CIGAR

neighbors for thirty-five years.Don't .
Sod: by all dealers, 5 Cents : | YOUR GIVING
| forget your ad. for the Sen-

WELL SEASONED CANDY OF THE SEASON tinel that will be issued on Sunday \.IBt..Q . :

SWEETS TO LOVE TO LOVERS OF SWEETSYou morning.
{ John Proud of Aberdeen, S. D., ar-

read in advertisements or on window cards-"Just rived in the city yesterday and will Second-hand, Knabe Baby '

Received Some Delicious Candies." probably remain for the winter. Mr. Grand Piano, in splendid DON'T HAVE IT SAID OF A SINGLE GIFT OF ,

We truly say, "Just Made in Our Shop," a fine line of Proud is an old acquaintance of W. S. condition fine tone $500
; ;
YOURS THAT IT CAN NOT BE USED.A .
sweets. Considering quality, our candies are reasonable, Branch, but they had not met since cash. Next Woman's Ex-
being sold direct from our sanitary shop to your home. 1881 when Mr. Branch was a pre-
affects our change, No. 7, Church St. SAFE GUESS FOR A GOOD FRIEND IS FOOT- !
No jobbers, railroad or express company scription clerk in a drug store in

prices. Rochester, Minn. H. Montgomery t Smith. WEAR. LOTS OF THINGS HERE THAT WILL
We make all our candies and guarantee our goods to I When you contemplate getting married -

be fresh, pure, delicious; of highest quality and reason you first satisfy yourself that MAKE A HIT-FROM DRESS SHOES AND DANCING \
: From Mr. Magruderis :
able prices. the particular girl you have in mind appearances
Manufacturers" is the only one you want. When you I not going to have a monopoly of : PUMPS TO LOOSE AND EASY HOUSE SLIPPERS ; ;
Retail
"The City's Largest Candy :apartment houses in the city, as the :
see those Gatlin lots you will want
':them all. Jansen will fix it for you new residence now being erected on FOR "PA," OR ROUGHING IT BOOTS FOR A BOY.
North Orange Slem- :
Philip
avenue by
; when your choice is made. 12-5-tf
,ons has already reached the top of :
:" Only ten more shopping days to
the third story, and as there is plenty

Tl' KITCHEN :I.:Christmas-ten the worry of days those of ten hustlingtake days off- of room higher up, it may continue : E. G. DUCKWORTII, Feet Fitter"The j :
on up in the blue until it overtops :
:"your shoulders by making
your pur- the Yowell-Duckworth building. Ihe :
: chasing center Boardman's "Store of Style You Want in the Size You Need."
location is ideal for such a house if '
"The Home ol Quality".1..11111111111.111.1..11..1111..1. I Satisfaction." It
the purpose for which it is to be used. :
:
I Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Fuller, of Sa- We also hear reports of a large and I" MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMtOstrich
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\ vannah, passed through Orlando yes- handsome flat building that is to be -

terday en route to Havana, where erected on Lake Eola in the near fu-
Mr. G. G. Swain, a prominent and they will spend their honeymoon. On ture. Farm Exhibition

successful business man from Wis- their back they contemplate
way I "
"Ishmael, announced for presentation
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WADE consin is in Orlando todayon
expected stopping over yin Orlando to '-
THE TUNER a visit to his friend, Senator J. E. their parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. H.I I by the C. W. Park company tonight j Central Avenue and Main Street .
ORLANDO. FLA. promises to be a revelation to ,, -
Buxton Fuller. '
J Orlando theater goers. It Orlando
See Gatlin before you buy a lot in Eat what you want.
The hardwood floors laid
any of the numerous suburbs of the Eat all you want. are being For
Benefit of Ladies Philalhea
It.is the and most attractive Take a postscript and forget it. in the building to be occupied by Or- Young
and city. prettiest -
Brothers' trees, roses
Griffing I For sale by all druggists. lando's great department store to be -
ornamental, give results. 12-2-tf spot within reach of Or- ll-SO-d&w-lm operated by the Yowell-Dackvvirth Class of the Orlando Baptist Church
12-5-tf
Davis went to Tampa lando. Mrs. Elmer Griscom and daughters, .
Miss Daisy company. The plasterers have finished =-- "'"
to be until January. Mr. W. M. Martin, son and daughter Misses Helen and Elizabeth, arrived
jesterday gone I their work and the men putting Ostrich Eggs, Chicks and Full Grown
Miss Mattie, and Mr. W. M. Mar- last night from Salem, N. J., and will '
Warman Sells, and Fixes Bicycles, In the steel ceiling are getting along
en Court street. 12-5-tf tin, Jr., from Crawfordsville, Ind,, spend the winter in one.of Mr. S. P. 'I rapidly. The painters are following Birds, Comprehensively Explained
were among the prominent arrivalsin Carpenter's Lake Chero- -
cottages on -
J. S. Carpenter came up from Lake: close behind and it is expected that
land yesterday ,to attend to business Orlando yesterday.A kee, which Mr. Griscom, who preceded i the beautiful display windows will bi Ostriches Ridden Bareback

affairs. box of "Eiffel" Hose-three pairs his family to this city, had ready for in position by the latter part of this -

Christmas for one dollar, in black, white, or tan,,I them. They were accompanied by I week. Unusual speed has been made Interesting, Educational, Amusing
for
Headquarters dainty make a acceptable giftBoardman's Mrs. Morris Griscom, who will spend'
very in the of
Gifts-Boardman's "Store of Satis- carrying out the contractfor Exhibition Every Day. Admission lOcI
of Satisfaction" is the the season with them. 1
"Store
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faction." 1* putting up this splendid new J .......
sole agent. It Boys' Double Breasted Suits at and I building and those familiar with the

1 M. M. Sharp, an old Orlando resi- Mr. J. S. Barcus, the representative below cost, as long as they last. J. C. locality can hardly realize the trans- ....1.11..1..1111111111.11..001. . . .. .. . ..
dent, from Tampa yesterdayon Anno, the Boy Clothier. 12-6-3w
came up of John Nuveen & Co., bankers,,' formation wrought within such few
business. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Roe, who arrived .
Chicago, is in Orlando. Their spe. months.-Tampa Times.CHICKEN .
Prescription Druggist, 30 years es- cialties are municipal, county and a few days ago from Keysville, Money to Loan
tablished. McElroy Pharmacy. school bonds. N. Y., are now located for the win- SUPPER
12-10-eod-5t I ter at 402 Colonial Drive. Mrs. Roe Served by the Methodist Ladies'
Lost-Between Joseph Bumby's and' had the misfortune to her hand
has returned to his drop Aid, in the room opposite the Grand
W. P. Simpson a'duffie
Allan Cohoon's residences, '
home at Owensboro, Ky., after a few bag, containing campers' bedding bag somewhere on the streets of Or- theater, Saturday, December 13th, Loans in of$S00 to $3000on
business in the city.. :' lando. It contained her watch and from 5 to 10 p. m. Price 35 cents. sums
trip
days
to A. Cohoon
etc. Return and receive '
of and she
quite a sum money, as
Basket work taught, ,and Spanish reward. 11; prizes the watch very highly, has offered HAIR FALLING OUT? IMPROVED INSIDE property fora

bayonet seeds for sale at the Rest and C. H. Buck and J. E. Burgert, whc I a reward for its return. Davis' Hair Remedy will stop it.
of FIVE
Tea Room. have been in our city in the interest t t The Big Doll on view at T. H. Evans Money back guarantee. Estes Pharmacy term years. Principaland

Mrs. P. B. Smith arrived yesterday of the Civic Motion Picture company, store will be given away at the I sells it. 12-9-tf interest in
from Meriden, Conn., and will occupy left last night for their headquartersat !5 Saturday matinee to be given by the payable monthly

her home, 409 West Concord Park. I Tampa.On C. W. Park Dramatic company Each WANTED position as cook and instalments.

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bradway arrived the mammoth stage beneath thi e child attending will be presented withy general housework, if desired, by a

in Orlando last night from Salem big Park tent tonight "Ishmael," bj a number which will give all an equal capable, reliable, pleasant Northern

N. J., and will spend the winter. Mrs. E. D. N. Southworth, will b
Black and White Shepherd Checks staged. This truly great play will ent. 2t dress Mrs. Jeanette Maitland, Alta-

have just come to hand at Boardman's no doubt attract a record house. It monte Hotel, Altamonte Springs, Fla. . . . . . " " " " " " ' .

"Store of Satisfaction"-quantity lim- Mrs. Waller and daughter, Miss WANTED-Metal wanted. Orlando workers Roofing and helper and- 12-ll-4t . *

ited. It Gertrude, of Wisconsin, are among Art Metal Works. 12-12-3t Mary Garden Perfumes, large bot-
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Strong and''the winter visitors sojourning in Or-, tle $4.00, smaller bottles $1.00 and COLD WEATHER HINTS

nurse, Miss Eula Wood, of Plymouth, lando. They have pleasantly located GOOD MORNING $2.00, at McElroy's. 12-12-3t

were among the county seat visitors with Mrs. T. H. Fuller. I Have you dandruff? If one bottle Hecker's Pancake Flour
I WANTED-Gas plates of two
or
yesterday. I I i Christmas Suggestions: A Kodak, Davis' Hair Remedy does not cure it three burners. II., Sentinel office. Hecker's Sell Rising Buckwheat

Mr. and Mrs. John T. Hammondand Waterman Fountain Pen, Thermos you get your money back. Estes 12-12-lt

child arrived in Orlando last Bottle, or box of Huyler's Candy, atMcElroy's. Pharmacy sells it. 12-9-ti MAPLE SYRUP KINGAN'S SAUSAGES

night from New Smyrna on a visitto 12-10-eod-5t FOUND-A black pony. Call on V.
Baylarian. Phone 78. It
relatives. I I HAND PAINTED CARDS Coffees and Teas
I I
Capt. H. B. Rogers, of Elizabeth-
;i Appropriate cards for all occasionsmenu
The most stock of town, Ky., is in Orlando Dr. MMMMMMMMMMMIMCOAL ,
visiting
comprehensive '
place cards, score cards, etc.
I We have the most complete line to select from
Boots and Shoes for Christmas wear and Mrs. R. W. Buckmaster. The Also designs for book plates. Sam.
WOOD COKE
is carried by Boardman's "Store of captain is very much delighted with pies on hand and orders taken at 112 of any grocer in the city.Instantaneous.
Grace St. Phone 608. Lu F. Halsted,
Satisfaction." It our climate and the City Beautiful. Charcoal Coffee

Mr. L. Meis, of Paxton, Ill., has I I Have you seen the trained ostriches -I, : Turpentine Chips Instantaneous Chocolate
arrived to make Orlando his home. ? A little girl rides them all ,

Mr. Meis is to be in.cbarge of the'I'|over the enclosure. It is worth ;, LUTHER THE FLORISTCut Fence Posts Instantaneous Postumllaker's

gentlemen's department of the new i{visit. Just across from the court Flowers Cocoa

Yowell-Duckworth store, and will be I j house. i Orlando Wood Yard White Rose Cocoa

joined by his family as soon as he isI Eat what you want. ROSES, VIOLETS, I

located. Eat all you want. B. W. KINGSLEY, ProprietorPhonf' I
CARNATIONS PANSIES
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Take a postscript and forget it. : THE SANITARY GROCERY
Cash Warman fixes 'em .
Registers. 344 104 W. Pine St.
For sale by all druggists. POTTED PLANTS ,
Court street. 12-5-tf
on ll-30-d&w-lm .
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not best because it's largest In
FOR MENBath

sales-but largest in sales because


MOTION PICTURESPictures it's best There are six Fords soldto Robes Full Dress Sets

one 01! any other car. 'Twouldbe House Coats Combination Sets

Changed Daily. Collar Bags Tie Racks
hard to find a mare convincing
Fancy Vest Traveling Cases

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


NEWELL'S ORCHESTRAFIRST lando.

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


SHOW, I ,,7.15 P.M t week. Place your order now. Come and look our stock over.
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SECOND SHOW, / 8:15 P.M I Let us help you make a selection.

F. G. RUSH, .


Admission 5 and 10 cents Phone 226 SCRUGGS & DICKSONThis

store is the home of Hart Schaifner & Marx clothesF.

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PETERSBURG PUTS BAN WHITE HOUSE MINT BED DIS- I FOR SALE-Anything in Florida FOR RENT-Furnished cottage, six
. ON MODERN DANCES APPEARS; AT WHOSE ORDER? j Real Estate. Orange County Realty I rooms and bath; Lake Eola. Apply LUCERNE THEATRE
Company. 11-12-lm 217 E. Robinson avenue, Mrs. !\h E.
I I Kegvvin. 12-9-3t

St. Petersburg, Dec. 10.-The tan- Washington, Dec. 10.-What has FOR SALE-Anything in Florida
go, the "bunny hug" and other similar become of the historic White House i Real Estate. Orange County Realty FOR RENT-Six-room furnished MONDAY, DEC 15
bungalow; all improvements; East
dances will be placed under the mint bed? No one seems to know, Company. 11-12-lm Amelia avenue. Apply A. F. New- I

ban of official and popular disapproval nor who gave the order that led tits 1, DON'T DELAY, but get your Xmas kirk, 506 Magnolia avenue. 12-10-lw THOMAS DIXON Jr.

: here if the plans of certain well disappearance. I Photos now at the Evans Parlors, FOR RENT New 5-room bungalow, ,
Andrew Jackson is said to have i one block north of court house. Phone
carried out
known citizens are successfully. I 125. close in; $25. Call at corner of II1ii
11-26-tf -
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It is proposed to circulatea planted and no president since thattime Amelia and Trenton streets.

petition asking the city coramisgioners has touched it except to pull the! FOR SALE-New, inexpensive, mod- ROOMS FOR RENT for light house- '

to pass an ordinance forbid- I richly flavored twigs and! leaves fromthe i I '' ern two-story house; five rooms, keeping, with all conveniences. 307E. ff; 41tV -- --"'-' # -";.. -" ,.;.:.'

ding the dances, and the object, it is branches of the plants. Duringall bath and sleeping porch. Apply 207 Pine street. 12-3-lm 1ft '. t..: :. ,!

said, is to awaken a healthy public the changes in the White House America street. 11.19.1m \ _....'. .' .;0'" .
FOR RENT-Large, well furnishedroom :
sentiment which will disapprove of buildings and grounds it has sur- FOR SALE-At a bargain, fine, almost to persons wishing suburban - t lIt"t. ;1. .
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the dances and finally stamp them vived. 'I new upright piano; owner accommodations; also 2 acres good : "r. .. '. '
But the where it is leaving town and must sell; also oth- truck land, close in. Good , \ '
out in this city. I I I place grew covered opportu- t .... ; .
household 416 E. Church .
er goods. .
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doubtful with fresh earth and there is nota nity for right person. Address A; : : ';
The commissioners are street 12-7-6l Sentinel. 9-8tf i.'fi. '. l\\ ':,,;...
about the validity of an ordinance twig or a sprig or apparently a I a -. :"II" .if.

forbidding the dances. C. D. Ham- root of it in existence. FOR SALE-Five or ten acre tract ..:1 :\ '- <' .- t
one-half mile outside of city limits >> . ''' '.:3 Jt".,'.:'
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.: mond, commissioner of pubic works,I|,I The bed was within a few feet of cleared fenced and improved. Address MISCELLANEOUSFor I :'Z:' '. t. ..i'if

aid this morning that he had not I the cabinet room and not far from the "Owner," this office. 12-10-2w ,

heard of a petition asking the pass- (r president's offices. i beautiful Christmas Gifts call: \! i
I FOR SALE OR TRADE-Splendid :at The Tuttle Shop. 12-12-6t !
age of such an ordinance, and doubted I I i
I! I trucking proposition on East Coast,
. if the commissioners had the powerto HEAD OF HARVESTER 18 miles south of Palm Beach. A DRESSMAKING at 307 E. Pine St.1 r .

prevent such dances, although they COIPAXY'DIES OF PARALYSIS bargain for cash. Also ten acres of 12-12-lm

could condemn them and publicly express highest Everglades land, near Lake'EVERYTHING NEW for Xmas at f I

their disapproval. Miami, Dec. 10.-William Deering, Okeechobee.12-ll-4t Box 136, Orlando, Fla.,. the Evans Parlors, No. 100 North I
The dances have taken quite Main. Phone 12;). 1-23-tf
new head of the harvester manufacturing --- -- -- I __ __ I

L- a hold here, and several teachers are company bearing his name, died FOR SALE-New residence, 403: Anderson WANTED good five-passenger:
having large classes, some of the older I street. Terms, half down, ,,
I peacefully here last night at 10:58 of I Ford. Call at Sentinel office. } ,,
balance time.
two
Inquire I aw--I
years on -t
lessons.
[ married men even taking 12-7-3t
paralysis. premises afternoons, or E. H Gore, _
t Those who defend the dances say that I I He was brought her efrom his homein I Caruthers & Gore Sanitary Grocery, ----- -- f'
about 6 and 8 E. Pine St. LOST-A French poodle do?,answers
f there is nothing objectionable ll-2D-lm
Evanston, Ill., six weeks ago in to the name of Chance. Reward if
t the way they usually are danced, and. a helpless condition and taken to his returred to No. 9 E. Livingston Ave. '!

E it is claimed that a censorship i is country home near here in an ambu- FOR SALE I 12-7-tf | :;

r maintained at most of the balls to lance. Five-room bungalow, with bath and i'
keeping! porch. 506 Lexington St.,' LOST-Pointer do?, liver and white, )
anything objectionable being ( :
prevent I His wife and sons, James and Concord Park. Lot 67x230 feet. rame on collar "Butt, Orlando." i ;.ftf \ )
i.t
Ff- introduced. Charles, were at his bedside when 12-1-lmo. Reward for return. Arthur Butt. 't

[ death came. 12-10-3t. j
, GEORGIA GIRL SCORES IN FOR SALE i!
The body will be shipped to Evans-
PLAY AT WELLESLEY House and grove at Fair Villa, 13 LOST-A Prest-o-hte lamp, on road.
'ton today in his private car. The from Orlando to Kissimmee. Re-
. acres, of which three acres are young
I funeral will be held there Saturdayor budded grapefruit; borders lake; turn to San Juan Garage, Oilando,'
Wellesley Mass., Dec. 10.-With and receive reward. 12-3t
Sunday. .house of 8 rooms; good barn; attractive
Miss Tracy L'Engle, of Peachtree winter home. Apply at this office. -- -- -I
REFINED WOMAN wishes
'! positionas
road, Atlanta, in the title role the 'll-15-lm
working, housekeeper, or would
WILL GIVE YOU A DOLLAR
junior class in Wellesley college last I FOR SALE'i i be pleased with care of invalid Address -
Back bottle Davis' Hair Rem Mrs. E. W. McEachin Arlington
night gave a performance of Clyde if ore -
43 acres, located three miles north- House, Orlando, Fla. i2-10.3t
Fitch's "Beau Brummel. The cast edy doesn't cure dandruff or any west of Orlando, on S. A. L. R. R., at

was kept secret until the very rise of scalp disease. Estes Pharmacy sells Fairvilla Station, on Lake Fairview; FINE SPORT FISHING at Oakland,

'the curtain. Not only were the mem- it. 12-9-tf lake front near station; young grape- Fla. Motor boats and fish boats
fruit and orange grove; land about for rent by Paul Rhodev. Phone or-
bers of the cast unidentified, but the
half citrus fruit and half vegetable; ders to A. J. Willis & Co.'s store.
name of the play had been carefully Subscribe for The Daily Sentinel. 8-room house, barn; ideal winter 11-20-lm.

guarded, a new custom at Wellesley, home, right near Country Club. Address "
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which aroused a good deal of interest. W. T. Chapman, owner, R. F. D. Artistic photographs for Xmas at
PEOPLE'SVIthTh\ No. 2, Orlando. ll-27-lm-d&w the Evans Parlors, No. 100 N. Main.
The first performance was highly I Phone 25. 11-15-tf
t
creditable and the play was repeated I
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Saturday evening for the benefit of MUNNIMAKERSNotices !j FOR RENT I WANTED-Position as dairyman; .

the freshman class. i several years' experience; by mar- Prices: 50c. to $1.50
of Lost. Wanted For Sale For
Miss L'Engle, who is one of the Rent etc.. for this column :"Jc: for one day,,. FOR RENT-Rooms, with or without I ried man. Call on or address L. II Scats on sale Friday, Dec. 12, at DeLaney's Pharmacy
50c for three days or $1.00 for one week for board; newly furnished; large, cool Jarrett, 205 West Pine St. 11-23-tf
f most popular girls at Wellesley, was I Jj words or Ie.s. Money must actompanj, verandas: ; ail conveniences; nothing I _n ___ __ __ ____ _____ ____ __ _
ahowered with congratulations: and the advertisements for this column, as nc
in-wrtionn will be made on crelit better in Florida. Terms reasonable ARTISTIC Photography for Xmas "l " ." .44t+ 'tct..o..o..
well wishes by her classmates and 401 West street. 12-7-6t I now. The Evans Parlors, one block

many col1egeJriends. I I ------ rorts of Court house. Phone 125.;:; The Gem The I
FOR SALE I FOR RENT-Furnished house, ten 11-26-tf Antiseptic
Another Southern Miss Mar-'
girl, .
rooms and sleeping porch; centrally -
garet Garside, of Tampa, Fla., mad FOR .SALE-A good horse. Gus C. located; suitable for either one! or WHY PAY exorbitant: rent or board Barber Shop I
a decided hit as the Duchess of Schultz, Formosa, Fla. 12-2-m: two families. Address F. G. Rush. Why not buy a little home BJVit
Leamington.: Miss Elma Jaffrion, of City. 11.26-tf of the owner'and save the agent's EVERYTHING NEW AND CI.EA'iUPTO.D.TE :
Marksville La. scored also. FOR SALE-House and lot; also lot! commission. Address B., Box 178. =
EQUIPMENTCongress
on Broadway, Amelia avenue and j FOR RENT-Seven room house, fur- 11301m.
Summerlin street. Mrs. Norman Rob nished. Apply 502 South Lake St. I- hydraulic enameled chairs, keen-edged implements, electric -

STOLE PRINCE'S SHIRT inson, 301 Concord avenue. 11-27-lrr, 12-4-tf II I WANTED-To exchange a vacant lot massage and hair dr '('r.
qn Concord avenue, Orlando, for a 4 EXPERT WORKMEN
FOR SALE-A large bungalow anc]i ROOM in private home for rent; 40 five-passenger car, Ford or Overland Shoe-shininjj tand for Full line of tobaccos,
Berlin, Dec. 10.-Karl Engelhardt, lot on North Orange avenue. PricE> acre farm for sale, 21-2 miles out; I preferred, 1913 or 1914 model; must ladies and gentlemen cigars and cigarettes
a plumber, was fined $12.50 for steal- reasonable. Address or call on Roll[ house and two lots for sale. See Dr. "e in A-No 1 condition. J. 0 Fvqr 122 NORTH ORANGE

ing a shirt belonging .to Prince Sigs- Reel at the Steam Laundry. 11.19tiFOR r Weller at 311 North Orange avenue. Maitland, Fla. 11-30-tf
12-11-lw I 't ) " 'Jfl' '4 wC'"QI'O'/OI'IIII..tl"
mund, Hohenzollerin, a second cousinof SALE-Or will exchange foi r ". LADY SOLICITORS-in Orlando

the kaiser. The prince, changedhis real estate, 2-cylinder opposed, 25-- FOR RENT-New furnished rooms in I and surrounding territory, to take .
shirt after dinner in Berlin and horse auto, with top, lamps, nev 7 new modern home; every conven-M orders for high grade toilet article;
sent it to his house by servant. gears, and 4 good tires; engine woulci I ience; kitchenette if desired; reason-I easy, pleasant work, good pay; entire
a make fine boat motor if desired. Address able. 14 E. Amelia avenue, next doort time not necessary. Write C. H. R Read The Morning Sentsnel
The servant was robbed. I Motor, care Sentinel. d&w-l to the Wyoming. 12-1-tf t I Co., care Sentinel.

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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


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


satisfactorily than in the past.


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

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


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


bargains on every item in our store.





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FURNITURE, STOVES, BUGS, Etc.




Core Main and Pine Streets Orlando, Florida






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Oa1ana RESTAURANTTuesday


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

Prompt and Courteous Attention Given to all Patrons.

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MENUChicken

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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. Steamed Rice Mashed
Motor 41-4 x 51.4; four cylinders, cast In pairs; unit power plant; cone dutch; selective type transmission Turnips
; German silver "V" shaped radiator, square tt1.. type; Stromberg carburetor; full floating rear
axle New Departure bearings; tires, 35 x 4 1-2; Improved Deleo electric starting, lighting and ignition Banana Ice Cream Cake i
system. Gasoline capacIty, 21 gallons, tank carried at rear, pressure feed; Standard demountable rims
10 inch upholstering; nickel trimmings; body, steel: colors: blue or gray, Mack running gear. Price Tea Coffee Milk I
fully equipped: Touring car, $1,815 delivered. Other models $1,150 to $3,000. :
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THOUGHT HIM EATEN, SPIRIT MESSAGES CLARK ASKS REFUND OF
SO SHE WEDS ANOTHER SIXTY-EIGHT MILLIONS
Boston, Dec. 10.
-Spirit messages
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from the late William T. Stead, lost Washington, Dec. 10.-Representative *.rrMNMKD
Miami, Fla., Dec. 10.-Believingj in the Titanic disaster received
by
Clark of Florida yesterday madea
that John Mills, to whom she was his daughter, Miss Estelle Wilson plea in the house for a refundingof "I..I.,. ., ,.. ..,. 'Ifl In// I L Pof,ilMIMIMMIMIHMUlM'$
engaged, had been eaten by cannibalsin ; ;{ M. Vi I Ir .. .
Stead, now in Boston, were given out $68,000,000, which he said was unconstitutionally V..i I .UOIlIU..V
the South Sea islands, where he by Miss Stead tonight, as follows: raised by direct taxation >... .....
went last July with a party of scien-( "Never fear death; it means more on cotton in 1852, 1864, 1866 and ill 11I11 11111 III
tists from Carnegie Institution, a report -
than any one has discovered. The 1867. He said that it was an unjust
to this effect having been pub- fullness of life is here. 'It is a struggle levy on eleven cotton producing I I
lished in American papers, Miss Lyn- to get the right union with those states. II I
wood Watters yesterday married R. who have been left. If I had only; I OrlandoKlectricity
C. Jester, of Woodruff, S. C., who I I
one message to give, it is love. I PEEPED AND IS HURT
won her affections by sympathizingwith "Love and God are the same here.l i i I _
her in the supposed. death of the "Give more time and pauence to Corton, N. Y., Dec. 10.-Peeping Water & Light Co I
explorer. I I
thought transferrence-it will uniteus. into what he thought was his sweet
Today a cablegram was received It will make it nossible for us to, heart's home, Andrew Lawson was
from Mills that he from the
escaped !I
communicate with each other more struck on the head and fell, breaking
cannibals and is on his way home to I I
accurately."The his wrist and ankle.
claim his bride.
reality of this other world is
much greater than imagined. This is WilY TAFT LEFT Gas Water Ice
HYPNOTIZED SELF a new life. Go to America and try to I
take up my work." Cincinnati, Dec. lO.-Ex.President.
Taft told for the first time why he .
Memphis, Dec. 10.Francis Schlat-
ter, a hypnotist, who came'from Chicago FORMOSA SEEKS FREEDOM was prompted to give up Cincinnati I Office---No. 18 West Central Avenue
told the police today that when as his home and accept a professorship j
he was seized with an "unknown pow I Tokio, Dec. 10.-Confirmation has at Yale. i No. 6
er" he had hypnotized himself into been received of the conspiracy of the He said it was because he would' J Telephone
the belief that he was an officer and Island of Formosa to overthrow Japanese have been compelled to practice law
had a right to walk Memphis streets rule there. The plot was wide- before judges he had appointed.

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His defense was so unusual, he was organize an army of 100,000, massacre
dismissed from a charge of prowl. the Japanese and restore Formosato Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand's
ing. China. Coal Yard, phone 566. 9-31-tf

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REAL ESTATE AT A SACRIFICE





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


buyer to pick up big bargains for cash or terms Jrom one to tenYtars.r. : .



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elegant residence on plot 75x123 facing Lake Five 1 lots on Ruth Avenue, between Broadway and Lockhart

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

kitchen and bathroom included, garage and summer

house is in first class condition and can be bought with
One lot 66x138 on Livingston Avenue, between Broadway and
furniture
but must be seen to be appreciated. Wide
verandas Lockhart Avenues, second block from Magnolia.Five .
partly screened.


Nine room house with five'arge' closets and large lots on Milwaukee street, half block from Lake 1 Lucerne

and bathroom included in a A.No. i condition on a plot "IIII"J".I"i 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 building .

One lot 75x123, one block from Court House, facing furniture, stock and tools included. A \ery rare opportunity to

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

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

Four lots 60x I So on East Central Avenue, facing your earliest convenience as all this property mut be.Jsold at an

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t The Evans boys seem to be playing
in bad luck with their bicjcles. A

day or two ago Mr. Maynard Evans
: got a bad fall from his wheel by
: coming in collision with a car, and
t k \ : f last evening about 5:33 his younger I
: brother, Donald, who goes lo school
: mornings and works in Branch's bookstore SPUGSociety r

ti i : afternoons, got a bad fall in = .
: nearly the same locality in when: =

\ ,: ing Maynard his wheel was hurt.on Church Donald street was near rid :;, -..- Promotion 'U5' & Giving

: the Tremont hotel, when the lamp

i : came loose and slipped around into =-= /irs.. Woodrow Wilson and other prominent
I STATHBANK the spckes of the front wheel. Donald I

'I took a sudden and severe header, I people have joined. Have you ?
!l landing on his face on the brick
: ing. P.1V-1

lie was picked up in an
condition and carried to Dr. Person's ,

: of Orlando office, where he was given attention. I F1 fl 1E)1rJL! ( GIFTSBank :
His face is badly bruised and he is I y
shaken generally, but it '
up is thought : gar
1893 no serious results will follow. As !; : ( AccountChrisirnas
soon as he was able to be moved he

was taken to his home. 1 ChockCertificate \ 1L
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SAFECONSERVATIVE NEW YORKERS PASS THROUGH ;: of
DepositSayings
FROM TROY TO TAMPA ,
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their sons, Messrs. Frank M., Jr., and : T )
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I Wilfred Thomas, arrived in this city I Mousy in CasaUiotel

early yesterday morning on their I'
large Stevens -_
-Duryea touring car, en '
route to Tampa, where they will =


property.spend Dade City some, where time they before have purchased going to i States! Depositary>> I ll :


Another party comprising Mr. and
Mrs. C. H. Williams joined the Thomas =---
party at their home in Young
ville, N. C., and will accompany themto "It is a pleasure to servo you.:'
Tampa. '

Mr. Thomas will write an accountof _= I
his travels covenne each state III II I[

CABARET PARTY GIVEN -- hrough which he passed, and a story -- .
HIGH
SCHOOL
GIRLS TO Jf this trip as a whole. ==- -- ---=- ,- ,,- ___' 1
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evening" at the Rosa An event! of much interest is th
trip, according: to Mr. Thomas, are ---- -
lind club introduced the cabaret basket ball
party game between the
Hig ,
in Orlando, and it proved highly. en- School and Cathedral School team n this .state, and the worst are inIrgmia. 4. .r-mr rvm : : :: ;tt..i' tt1 it1 ''i '111"'i1" \ \\\\ \ \\ \
tertaining to all who attended. this evening at the
Pla
armory. They left for Tampa at 10 o'clock
The gentlemen were seated about will begin at 8 o'clock. This will I i
and doubtless
reacaed
Tampa lastivemng. l
small tables, and the performers the first game of the season for tl YOWELL'S If
moved about among them as they High School girls, while the Cath i

danced and sang. A number of the drat School team has taken part ; "ISHMAEL" PARK'S TENT i
new dances were executed. A demon several match games. An admisso: I
stration of the tango was given by jf twenty-five cents will be charge -
Hiss Ella Slemons and Mr. N. P. The line-up follows: Theatergoers and bock lovers are I
:(\ceedmgiy pleased by the
Broward, Jr. The "Spanish Boston" High School-Bessie Quigg (caj that the popular Park announcement Uram.1t.company 1\ 1undou Rova1 Sa1

was danced by Miss Dorothy Siemens fain), forward; Maud Pugh, forwart : will present tonight Jirs. L.I Ji
and
Mr. Sidney Newell; the "Cas Catherine Padgett, canter; Tanm J. N Southworth's famous story of a''
tle Walk" by Miss Helen Drew and Taylor, center; Lucile Rayle, guart .elf-made i
man, "Ishmaei; or In hebe
Mr. Montcalm Broward; the "HorsTrot" e Elbeth Mulholland, guard. f
Jepths. This
fascinating story, fa-
by Miss Dorothy Siemens andMr. Cathedral School Hden
Warlo
.niliar to book lover, t
every Wilt
Newell. captain), forward
Clara
; Holland presented in the well known 1
Mrs. C. W. Goodrich and Mr. Cestia forward; Marion Smith, center; Mar: which Mr. Park has attained mannerjy a na- Now on
Lawton gave vocal solos. Mrs. Wm. guerite Hodgson, center; Ella Slem .ional reputation for prodac.ng on.us I
Beardall accompanied the singers. ons, guard Blanche
; McCamy, guard feature
nights only thatwa
The guests were requested to order Substitutes Mary D. Rowan, Ben playstv f
gave made the C. W. Park Sha
from the "bill of fare," and were Langenbach, Frances Bosanquet. aousehold word.
served with refreshments by the com fI
mittee in charge, composed of Miss DAUGHTERS
MAKE

Mrs.Hart,Lattner Mrs. Goodrich and Miss, Mrs.Person.Hauselt, FOR THEIR-ANNUAL PLANS BALI Bumby Mr. Allan returned Cohoon yesterday and Mr.from Joe a I An elegant line of Christmas -

nunt with a bag of sixty-nine qaail.
Victrola music followed the pro Yesterday afternoon the Daughterof : ,
gram, and an informal dance for the the Confederacy held -
a meeting a'
MENU TODAY AT These
suggestions.
guests closed the evening. This was the home of Mrs. B. G. Abernethy tc TEA AND REST ROOM novelties -
the first party of the kind ever givenin make plans for their annual ball. Th:

Orlando, and was voted an unqualified evening of Tuesday, January 20, wa' Soups: i{
Vegetable fast.
success.CHRISTIAN decided upon and preparations have Veal Croquettes Oyster are going
already begun for one of the season'most s

CHURCH SERVICES brilliant affairs. Cream Sandwiches Cheese: ( ..-...

The service of-the members of the 'HITTING THE TRAIL; Lettuce Salads Tomato: Ham

Christian church last Sunday afternoon Or, How to Be-Somebody," will bf Waldorf Potato I Everything in this

Chisholm was well invited attended.Evangelist Rev. C A..0.M. church Dr. Poulson's subject at the Baptist Lettuce Dessert and Tomato: j mammoth -

Woodward, who is in a meeting with next Sunday night. The jounj Cup Custard Mince Pie
men and women (and everybody else l stock reduced I
him )
at Kissimmee, to speak in his have Tea Coffee Cocoa
a special invitation
to be in
stead. He did thi
so, and his message
services. All seats
are freewill
was well received. The members WOOD EFFICIENCYThe
organize a Sunday school at 208 East
FAVORITE value of the wood
Church THEATER TODAY you buy depends -
street next
Sunday morning upon its efficiency heat
as a
at 9:45. ig Reels-3
"Trail of the Hanging R ock'' producer.
Eclair Dollar for dollar and cent for cent, '
( ) A powerful two-reel fea
Mr. and Mrs. J. Sinclair White, Sr., ture. the wood we offer you is the most ef N. P. YOWELL
and Mr. and Mrs. J. Sinclair acient heat producer
White, "The Old Parlor" (Imp.). Dramatic ever placed 1 on
Jr., of South Carolina, he market.
are
among Matinee 2 to 5. Night 6:30 to 9:30
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the late arrivals at the San All we ask of is to ,
Juan. Admission 5 cents to all.iiiiMiiiiillllHI. ELDREDGE you BARLOW.Phone investigate. .4 M IIMMCMMMMMMII lOtlttHlltlllttfttft'ff'faiII"liifTfn'fin M . f i . . . . . . .>.". .".. .'.", . ." -...... . . | | . . ..
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Apply at Marion B. Ires' store.
Must be at store all day. 127tfDo


it today-subscribe for the Daily

Sentinel. +- Christmas Jewelry-:


PHAETON o We have now in readiness .
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kFY MrtFROPiIfiORS
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-AT-THE LUCERNE Gifts for Christmasi i

Edward Lawrence, Milton & Del-

mar company, December 16, playing
Sve nights in tabloids and vaudeville. O Any article reserved
Three Reels of Pictures"In 0

the Days of Trojan" (American Come and See
). Two-reel drama. .

"The Real Mother" (Reliance).
Follow the crowd to the Lucerne.

Afternoon show, 2 to 4:30j 5 cents
to all. AIM & CO Jewelersr 3
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V Night show, 7:15-8:15-9:15; admission ,
; ORLANDO AUTO AND SUPPLY COMPANY 10 cents, gallery 5 cents '
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