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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 16, 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, TUESDAY DECEMBER 16, 1913. NUMBER 265.

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:.:/: WORK .IS APPORTIONED AMONG KISSIMMU fOlKS BIG BALANCES IN B ATH HOUSE[ (KEEPER{[[ [ CONVICTED


TO DRill fOR Oil F OREIGNCOMMERCE


::: .. MEMBERS Of CITY COMMISSION I I II I ON EVIDENCE Of ORlANDO MEN

, HAVE ORGANIZED COMPANY TO OFFICIAL FIGURES INDICATE ..1I
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..n I PURCHASE LANDS SUPPOSEDTO HEAVY INCREASE IN EXPORTS -

',t.. SELECTION OF CLERK PREVIOUSLY DRAWS\ LINE ON THE CONTAIN PETROLEUMThe I FROM UNITED I THOS. H. hEATING OF DAY-

+.:r; MADE MAY STATES TESTVfllEMNONE TONA HALED BEFORE
oil fever has struck Kissim-
.f BE CHANGED TURff DAMN SONG 'mee.A. ( Spt'CiaJ to the Sentinel E: CRIMINAL COURT

Washington, Dec. 15.-According to
company, has been organized, or
. I is in the progess of organizationthere the annual report just issued by Sec- i _

; to buy a lot of land letary of Commerce Redfield, the foreign '
: up suspect-
HALL
NEED FOR CITY CABINET OUTRAGED AT TRAVESTY HITCHCOCK AMENDMENT IS LIFE IINESNOTPftOYIDED
I ed of containing petroleum, and preparations commerce of the United States
\ OF WILSON PEACE have been made for drilling. during the past year increased more LAID ON THE TABLE BY A

POLICY AT NAVY MEN'S H. Edmund Swabey, of Kissimmee, than $421,000,000 over the year of PARTISAN VOTE OF
! BECOMES APPARENT WHEN 1912. VERDICT WILL HAVE EFFECTOF
ANNUAL BAXQLi"4TWashington I was in Orlando yesterday attempting 40 TO 33Special ;
COMMISSIONERS BEGIN TO I to interest local capital in the ven Our foreign commerce has grown HAVING LIFE SAVING APPARATUS .

DISCUSS THE MATTEROF Dec. 15.-President,!ture. It is said that superficial investigations by leaps and bounds until during the to the 5entireLWashington KEPT AT

QUARTERSThe Wilson today ordered an investigation I have disclosed the pres fiscal year ended June 30, 1913, it Dec. 15.-By a vote of DAYTONA BEACH
I ence of oil, and that the machineryhas reached the great total of $4,279,000- 40 to 35 the first test of toe strengthon
by the war and navy departmentsof I
division of the work to be the satires on the administration's been ordered for drilling the 000 in value. Of this great sum $2- the currency bill was settled this:: Thomas II. heating, the keeper of

'looked after by the city commissioners Philippine policy which featured the i i wells. 466,000,000ere exports and $1,813- afternoon in favor of the adminis- a bath house at Daytona Beach, w&>

has been tentatively made, though annual banquet last Thursday of the j The Kisssimmee people are not 000,000 were imports, showing a tration. convicted in DeLand in the criminal

.. the assignments are not final and are Order of Carabo, an organization of selfish, and they want to share their trade balance on these transactions in By this majority of five votes the court for failure to provide life lines
good things with Orlando, hence they our favor of $653,000,000. Quite as Democrats laid: on the table the and life rafts
law
subject to change. The.following as- army and navy officers who servedin as required by at
signments have been made: I the islands. President Wilson suggested I have invited them to take a chanced i important as the aggregate, however, Hitchcock amendment which soughtto his place, where a party of Orlando

Mayor E. F. Sperry: Finance and to Secretaries Garrison an :with them.IBOARD. are some of the details that go to limit the number of reserve banksto boys came near to losing their lives-

accounts, public affairs and police. Daniels reprimands for those respon i make up the totals. Our exports of I four, and make them publicly last summer.
A. Johnson domestic manufactured goods of all owned and controlled. The in the
Commissioner S. : sible. story was published Sen-
Streets and parks.Commissioner 'I I Secretaries Daniels and Garrison OF TRADE WILL kinds amounted to $1,507,000,000, or Hitchcock was the only Democratwho tinel at that time, and if it had not

H. Clark Robertson 63 per cent. of our total domestic ex- voted against tabling the amend- been for the timely assistance
: conferred early today and called for rendered
Fire, light and water. I''a! statement of explanation from Rear MEET NO MORE THIS YEAR p orts. Again, it will be noted with ment. Poindexter, Progressive, of the young men by Mr. George
special interest that out of this total Washington, was the only one on the
It will be seen from the above that Admiral Howard and Quartermaster I : C. Keller, then business manager ot
the entire of the administration other side of the chamber to vote the Reporter-Star it is that
I scope city General Aleshire, the highest ranking likely an-
has not been covered. Health officers at the dinner. I PRESIDENT BRADSHAW CALLe [.with the Democrats.lXPERIMENT other and more serious story would

and sanitation have not been assignedas Secretary Daniels at the same OFF REMAINING MEETING sales of fully finished manufactureswas I have appeared.The .

yet, and it is possible that other suggested to Admiral Howard that FOR 1913 $778,000,000 in value, or 50 percent I STATION account of the trial, as it ap-

nominal departments will be added or he decline the presidency of the orderto of the total exports of manufac pears in the Daytona News, show-

reassigned.The which he was elected last Thursday tures. To state it differently, our exports FUNDS MUST BE PAID that the conviction was secured largely -
According to the calendar there i is of crude foodstuffs and of crude
commission has taken no ac and informed him that the song on the evidence of the Orlando men
tion in changing the personnel of the "Damn, Damn, Damn, the Insurrectos one more meeting of the Board of materials of other kinds have fallen who went to DeLand the latter pan

head of any department or city official !" which was sung at the banquet, Trade due for this good year of 1913, |o a minor place, and the largest ele- |COMMITTEE WILL CALL ON SUB of the week to testify, being Messrs.
the same being for December 29, and ':fent in the greatest aggregate of i SCRIBERS DURING NEXT
+ other than city attorney and city would never be sung, again under the George C. Keller, C. J. Jackson aim
President J. N. Bradshaw has leached foreign sales ever made is that of
clerk, as printed exclusively in the present administration with officersof FEW DAYS Marcus Floyd The News says:
I Sentinel some days ago. Mr. L C. the navy present. the conclusion, after consulting several manufactured goods, and among these The state's witnesses were called

Massey has been chosen to succeed I The president expressed his indignation members, that it would be best manufactured goods, the item of fully Subscriptions to secure the location to the stand first, County Solicitor
to call that meeting off. finished manufactures is the largest. of the experiment station at Or
; Mr. Giles and Roy P. Hamlin
LeRoy as city attorney, to members of his cabinet after handling the prO.iecution -
., Mr. Wichtendahl has been selected he had read published accounts of !'j "There will be no more meetings ;jit is also that which has been grow lando must be in hand by the first while the defense was in the
J of the Board of Trade until the first 1 ing most rapidly. cf the new year.
to succeed Mr.. C. A. Boone as cityclerk. the banquet. He felt particularly j hands of the DeLand law firm 01
displeased over the travesty on the Monday in January," said PresidentBradshaw I i In the report, which covers 150 Because the government decided 1'Stewart & B!). The first witness to

Mr. Wichtendahl is clerk of the administration's peace policy and criticisms last night "The membersare pages, the, scope of the department of against the location of the labAtoryand take the stand was Deputy Sheriff
all busily engaged at this season commerce, from which has been I the field work at separ r locations
criminal court and holds a position in aimed at Secretary' Bryan I separated Charles Jones, of DeLand, who testified -
the office of the South Florida Foun when three six-foot models of battleships and will be until the first of the new the department of labor, has the city will make no appropri to conditions at the bathing beach

dry. Some surprise was expressedthat borne by concealed boys, were year, and I think it will be better not been fully set forth. I ation, although the city council ap in front of the Keating casino at Daytona -
to have another i propriated $250:; to that whenit
to
attempt meetingthis purpose
he should be willing to accept carried into the banquet room. In the Beach before and after the near

the city clerkship at a compensationmuch muzzles of the guns were stuck nosegays year." JURY HAD RIDE IN THE was proposed to locate the laboratory tragedy, upon which the state ha
less than that which he is now and the milk white dove was 1! There were only a few members I within the city. When the government built its case. He was on the stand

receiving, while all at the same timebear perched on each fighting top. They present at the meeting last night, and I officials were notified that no but a short while, and the defense did
nothing was brought formally, COUNTRYYESTERDAYADJOURNED funds could be expected from the city
testimony to his eminent fitness were named "U. S. S. Fellowship," up not succeed in discounting any of hi.
for the It though several matters pending before I under the ruling that had been madein
is
position. understood
that testimony.
"U. S. S. Friendship, "U. S. S. !
the city commissioners will require Piffle." Another satire was a moving the board were informally dis: TO WINTER PARK I II regard to location, the city's part Following this witness every one
of the fund
that the clerk devote all of his time cussed. was assumed by the government called to the
picture film of a three-year pursuit TO VIEW PROPERTY IN I stand seemed a strong
to the duties of the office, and it is of a Filipino colonel, who time I The Board cf Trade has a busy I EVIDENCE and the original subscrip witness for the state, the next in or-
year before it, and there are several tions aside from this will be col
rumored
that under the der
conditions being G. C.
Keller
and again escaped capture and hardly -- I editor of the
Mr. Wichtendahl will hardly accept.It had been apprehended when he was: matters of importance which are: The jury in ; FavorsShepardcase lected. Orlando Reporter-Star. Mr. Keller
awaiting disposal but nothing de- I Dr. Samuel C. Hood, who is to have
is likely that another selection for made governor of a province. J went to Winter Park yesterday I II was fishing on the Keating pier at
that place will be made. I I I The performance, according to advance I mantling urgent attention. This, with I to view the premises in dispute in the I charge of the station, has moved triOrlando the time the four youths, Brown, Ferguson -
The the reasons assigned by PresidentBradshaw lawsuit which is tried in ci and has been living here for
for being
need a city hall, a building statements given out by the Floyd, and Jackson, came so
formed the basis of his: cuit The the past month or two in anticipationof
court.
architecturally entitled to be so designated Carabo society, was designed to show case was begun Sat-j near being drowned, and he was the
conclusion to call off the last meeting It involves the work to be done. He is anxious
and urday. betweenthe
ample to the needs for the "lack of sympathy for recent developments I a dispute leader in the rescue work, talking to
the and for in De'cember.Mr. parties to the suit land to begin activities, and the officials and
present some years to and tendencies in Philippine I over a encouraging the boys until rope1-
come, has been so impressed upon the government." i line, and there were so many references in charge of the matter haveserved were secured, and then helping pull

commissioners under the changed co n-f I President Wilson himself was not I Daniels was inclined to take in j' to the situation of building ': notice that the entire subscription the boys from the water. He denied
ditions that there has been consideration that the function 1 walls and lines that it was suggested will be required January 1. The that
some general ,.satirized by the diners but he made was: any life rafts, preservers, or
discussion of this subject. '!:it plain to his associates that he felt intended as one of jollity and good ( the jury view the premises to gain a :committee in charge of the collectionof ropes were in sight in the water, under -
Each of the commissioners fun but better idea of the lay of the land. the funds is composed of L. G. the
must keenly the burlesque on members of natured was amazed that pier, or on the pier, or thai
have desk room, and the city owns no his cabinet. Secretary Daniels and copies of the songs with descriptionsof i This idea was put in execution, and Starbuck, S. A. Johnson and J. P. any boats were provided on the

building at present which is adequateto Secretary Garrison shared the pre Si- the travesties were given out in court adjourned yesterday afternoon ,! Holbrook. beach. His testimony was clear and

provide office room for them and dent's feeling in the matter. Secretary advance and no effort was made to !;to allow the jury to make a personal decisive, and his remarks from the

the other city offcials. The present Daniels said today that he had keep the affair a private one. 1 I inspection. I GRAND OPENS WITH GOODSHOW stand gave a clear story of the rescue -

,' city building is crowded and entirely left the dinner immediately after I Secretaries Daniels and Redfield,I II The court is making but slow progress TO CROWDED HOUSE his testimony being almost a

inadequate. This question is yet making his speech in order to keep I Postmaster General Burleson and in the disposal of the civil case I The Grand theater opened last parallel to what was given later by

open, and no decision has been another engagement and that the Justices Vandeventer and McKenna : There are several to be tried, and it night to capacity business under the other onlookers or participants in the

reached, though the advisability of will take a long time to get through management of the Montgomery M accident..
song "Damn, Damn, Damn, the In- of the United States supreme court
placing desks in the upper story of surrectos" was particularly offensiveto were among the guests. Major General i with them if all proceed at the speed tion Picture company, .with Don Fer- The state next called C. J. Jackson,
.the city building, now used that has been made in the Favor randou as the headliner. of Orlando
as a council him. : Wood did not attend. i iI I I one of the boys injuredin
chamber and mayor's court room,!i I Secretary Daniels said today that Shepard matter. |! The pictures were as good as are the rescue. Mr. Jackson first aided

has been suggested for temporary had he known the song "Damn, Damn, given in any of the larger cities, and one of those in distress to get to

offices. i i Damn the Insurrectos!" was to have Don Ferrandou, the baritone, pleasedall shallow water after the undertow and
[EXECUTIONS IN MEXICO MUST Of STOPPED and received I north
:been sung he would have asked that uproarious applause current had washed them beyond
ANOTHER VICTIM OF I,it be omitted and had nol that been whenever he appeared. II. P. Cornelly their depth and under the pier

BLACK HAND FEUD done he would have declined to attend ORUNITED STATES WILINAVfi0INTERVENE in charge of the orchestra, kept and when returning to help the others -

I the dinner. the crowd entertained with music ap- I. he, too, was caught. The defense

Pittsburg, Dec. 15.-Frank Cialzaro -j I The opinion of the president and! propriate to the scenes on the screen,I objected to his displaying to the jury
died in the hospital at Braddock, I land W. P. Frank, the trap-drummer, the lacerations that yet remain
members of his cabinet on
Pa., early today, another victim, the is that satires !I Special to the Sentinel Instructions and warnings thus sent i who is said to have more than a hun-I I his arms, wounds that
were
can not be objected to when coming I I Washington, Dec. 15.-"There must I II caused
!t police declare, of the Black Hand feud from I to the rebel generals were the resultof dred noise-producing implements at by the boys being battered against
persons outside\ of the be executions and condemna-
no
government no
that has been waged in the suburb a conference held between Secre- : his hands, didn't let a chance escape the barnacle covered pilings
but to permit to go unnoticedthe tions until after'a fair trial The under
for almost a year. The shooting occurred criticisms of officials of tary Bryan and Spanish Ambassador ko| use them. I the piers, these piers, according to
the
United States will be unfavora-
army very i
.. within a few feet of a black Riano. Mr. G. X. Montgomery, the lessee; testimony, being the
only
and is misinterpret salvation
to be
navy likely
bly impressed if there is contrary I
hand murder three months The any IH. DeLaney, president of the com- i for the
ago. The ambassador called the helpless swimmers.
ed abroad atten- The iron
as a severe breach of disci- action taken by military leaders in !
gunman, like his predecessor, escaped. pline. I command of Chihuahua." tion of the state department to the pany, and Jack Abrams, associated braces could not be gripped, and, according -

I 1 I high handed outrages against the :,with the company, are all experienced to testimony of all witnesses
: The news of the proposed investigation These are the orders of the state 1:in the business, and under their active
Thursday
The Small Boy-"Papa, what are fell like a bombshell in army department to, Villa, the Carranza Spanish citizens in Chihuahua, who i|work with of I i afternoon, no ropes were
a corps carpenters, elec- connected with
all the red and that had been robbed and deported as !I the posts in the water
green packages and navy circles. There were hundreds bandit leader in Chihuahua, who is !tricians and
upholsterers the Grand I I in
people are carrying around the of officers present. Rear Ad- !oppressing the citizens of Spain. criminals by Villa. !''presented a much front of the casino, or on the pier,
improved
streets I see them all over town.: miral Howard told Mr. Daniels today I I They are so peremptory and the Between four and five hundred of1'1 ance. appear- ['part with of the rescue work being done

The Father-"Red and green are that they had sung "Damn, Damn :' occasion for them is so serious that these Spanish have been sent out o f I i Ushers and doormen in evening lines. ropes little larger than fish J
The
1 the Christmas colors, my son, and all Damn the Insurrectos!" for thirteen officials at the state department said Chihuahua, and these acts constitutethe dress added stroke objection of the defense
a of "class"
to the to this
of those packages contain pretty years and had not met with an ob- today if they were not obeyed there gravest condition yet confrontedby generally pleasing part of the testimony on the

Christmas gifts that have been purchased jection. Secretary Daniels pointedout would be nothing left to do but to the administration. the atmosphere. Today grounds that civil action to recover
I performances
begin at 3
damages had been
t at Branch's Book Store, in out that officers of the army and send United States troops into Chi Carranza, who has usually been o'clock in the afternoon and talked of was over-
I ruled.
continue Mr.
Arcade building on Pine street We navy who would be expected to sup- huahua to restore order, and enforce prompt in his replies to Washington,I until 10 o'clock tonight. Don Fer Jackson testified that the"others

must go there and buy something before port the administration policy could obedience by Villa and Carranza to has paid .no attention to this last dis 'I randou will be at the Grand all this than himself.were much more badly injured
we go home." j not be permitted to ridicule it. I the demands of the United States. patch. week.
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: ROLLINS COLLEGE work hitherto. It is permissible to O'BRIEN'S MINSTRELS : . .lllltlllll.I. . . . : . . . . . . . . IIMIHMIMMItmilllit

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better rendered by one of the Another splendid audience gathered
v The regular weekly meeting of the jeen artists, but it is equally certain at the Duval theater last night to seethe
great
t of Y. great M, C.interest A. on Tuesday an'l gas evening attended ws bya that her superiors are not common. third and final performance hereof U ORLANDO l O BANK & I TRUST I COMPANY

I large number of young "-CH. Ihe Her playing was well nigh perfection Neil O'Brien's minstrels. The en-
in every way; her tecnique astounding gagement, which began Saturday aft-
; meeting was led and addressed by Mr
expressing to the fullest ernoon, was a notable event in local
R. W. Greene, Secretary of the as \)- Orlando FJoI1i la.
every possibility of Vieuztemps' mas- theatrical circles, as O'Brien has sur- <
selection the
ciation. The scripture ,
terpiece; the vivacity and precision of rounded himself with some of the
i story of the good Samaritan, was readi
her attack, the velvety iinoothnes-j of brightest stars in the minstrelsy firm- Capital and Surplus $125,000.00.
by Mr. Funk, and the meeting was. .
the legato passages; the lightninglike ament. The singing corps is a particularly
.
led in by Mr. MacKeil. Mr.
prayer play of fingering on the runs, and able one, this feature of the s'- Report of the Condition of
Greene spoke mainly of the plans and 6
t the beauty and resonance of tone minstrel being most pleasing and at- I" i
; TIlE ORLANDO BANK & TRUST
F. ideals of the association for the com
drawn from her instrument, n.arl.el tractive. Few better shows of this ,. .... -. ,
ing year; his talk was full of sound ..; .: .v. ..- COMPANY: .
her work as that of a dolinut of exceptional character are on the road today.- ,<'1- '.
; advice and inspiration for stronger '; At the close of business November
quality. Rollins is fortunate Times-Union, 15th. '"
work on the part of those who heard .tfj 17, 1913. In compliance with Chapter
in having secured her servicesin I At the Orlando opera house, Friday '' 1 .'
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: r .J -< C427, Laws of Florida.
him.The this department, and all music lov- December 19th. ,. >l'"
basketball team has been prac- r i:: .. _
ers await eagerly her next performance. I .,. RESOURCES
ticing hard for the games Friday ; t
and Saturday against the strong team She was accompanied, as us- That the local postoffice will have ,i Rhh $ ,' .. 'rR Banking House, Furniture

t from Southern College here in the ual, by Mrs. Blackman, who once !' qualified for the first class by the 5't! and Fixtures . .. ... .. .$ 25,974.87
"
Gymnasium. DespCte: the handicapof I I I again showed herself past mistress of end of the current year is indicated I I,"4 .. 1 '- ::" k Loans and Discounts. .... 396206.53

late start in that difficult art. ,! in the report of business for the past Overdrafts .. . ..... .... 406.93
a practice, every loyal -
supporter of the team expects the The following was the program: month when compared with the corresponding Stocks and Bonds ....._. 26,0133

to be close and Bouree from Second Sonata for I month of 1912, which I Cash on Hand and in

exciting.games For many sufficiently years Rollins has Violin ____________ Bach-St. Saens shows that business has increased:; f r T} r. ,. i Pinks .. .... ..... .. 102,377.44::
Hark, Hark the Lark.SchubertLisztMrs. than
more thirty-seven per cent. over
not had so good material from whichto
BlackmanIn last month since the end (
year. Every t ; $580,984.10
develop a team, and it is hoped that (. +
[ Blossom TimeNeedham of the fiscal year last June has shownan fi
the natural of the individuals i LIABILITIES
ability
To You _______ __ Speaks increase of than ,
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; may make up in part for the lack of per r : Capital Stock ....... ....$100,000.00
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Requiem -- __ ___________ Homer cent. As the business here last yea
practice so far. whatever the resultof Surplus and Undivided
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Golden Dawn _Hermann Loehr amounted to
these first games, it is certain that approximately $36,000 I Profits ... .. ... .. .. 32,16662
Mr. Pope the increase far has
before the end of the basketball season and so averaged Deposits . . . . .. . . 448,817.48
: The Correction of Mother ______ i I one-third more, local boosters have St t sss z 1!
the team will be a formidable ______u________ Montagu Martin' every reason to believe that the busi-
opponent for others in the state. The I' ; $580,984.10M.
I
Miss Deaderick ness will mount to upwards of $50,000 t
team is being coached by Prof
oi: fantasia AppasionataVieuxtemps before the end of the year. Only t -
Blackman who
'
Berkely was one
Miss Wallace I I$40,000 business is required for admission :
the men who represented Rollins in ... M. SMITH, Presi eul.
Durch die Waelder (from der I into the first class. It is said

the game some years ago, and with Frieschutz) ______________ Weber I that no other office in the state ever W. M. DAVIS, Vice-Presidenl.
him is cooperating J. B. McClintock,
Mr. Pope made the first class with such balI I
of Owatonna, Minn., last year's star a United States Government, State and County Depository G. E NOLAN, C shier.
ance. Thirty-seven clerks are now
center, who has been elected to captain
Subscribe for The Daily Sentinel. employed.-Tampa Times.
team the will team line up for against this year.Southern The :::':" ," '" illllli Hill HIM MIIIIIMM::::: ::::::::::::::::::::::

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as follows: Forwards, Shirley and

McClintock; center, Enlow; guards, FIRE INSURANCE For Economy and purchase :

Fordham and Porter. Among the

the members of the squad who may ,v R t G H T. power of your money -
be substituted are Prentiss, Black and REALTY & sEBD co
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Hutchinson, forwards; F.L. Froemke, ( LYto Success. FOR REAL ESTATE ry Wri g h t s Farm

renter; and MacKeil and Bulwinkle, GlTYArtD Trials Our Business and 'Garden Seeds. in
COUNTRY
guards.On Orlando Florida
1 Thursday evening at eightfifteen bulk. "Motto" Quantity
JAHSEM
t the annual concert by the members REA1ES1ATCKE, ,

l of the faculties of the schools IMPROVED and Quality.Fresh .
i AHCJ
of music and expression was given in UmnmovEiJ QRLAHDO 1OTARY Farm Eggs, 40 cents dozen; Ice, 40 'cents 100 pounds; Best Creamery Butter, 49
the auditorium. A large audience of UBLIC
townspeople and neighbors joined FLORIDA. ) cents; Sweet Milk, 13 cents quart, 7 cents pint; Oranges 10 cents dozen; Limes 10 cent

with the teachers and students to fill dozen; Butter Milk, 10 cents quart. Chesepeak Bay Oysters, (selects) 50 cents quart, go

the hall, and all felt well repaid for cents pint.

their coming out. This annual concert Office in Rock Building N.ORANGEAVE. Opposite San Juan Hotel Individual Package 10 Ibs. Ass't Fruits, "That Xmas Present" delivered by Express,

by the home teachers has becomeone : (charges prepaid) all points east of Rocky Mountains, at your door $1.35 cash with order.
of the musical events of the year,
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the larger cities and conserva:')'CJ -THEi""GRE-AT

throughout the country. The Rollins ANNUAL SALE 1

I t people have always been justly proud : .
of the work of the music and expression I

schools, and the concert, was I Il II
l a gratifying justification of this feel- I Ras always been accepted in Orange County as th ATIE :

i ing.Mrs. best to be obt 1ined. No one has ever complainedand :

t Berkeley Blackman opened the no oneever will, because our trees are the best


r three mirable program piano,years which skill with as and a she head double feeling.rendered of number the During piano with on her department ad-the- and cheapest\Vho ever(in heard the end of one) pussible untrue to to procure.name or who- : \ III M Bill r[ i I Store : :



;' Mrs. Blackman has proven ever heard of an ignored claim, ?

herself many times an artist of great Continues Until Christmas December 25
We offer first choice from the stockin ,
ability and thorough training, and, you largest

what is more from an academic point the world for this season's planting and your success -

: of view, a teacher of rare patience New Goods arriving daily such Shoes Hats
as Clothing Notions
t with our stock is already assured when your ,
and skill. Her playing displayed all

k the delicacy of touch and feeling grove is planted. Free advice as to stock and per- and all kinds of Novelties for the Holiday trade. This $25,000.00 :

r f' which even a she gain has, perhaps hitherto, displayed in the power, and sonal inspection of your land when requested on any stock of new and, up-to-date merchandise I will sell in this great :Ii

planting of trees or more. Suitable discountsto I
and precision with which she attacks 30x5 Annual Sale at Sacrifice Prices. Our stock :
was never more
complete -
of In fact the best
the heavier passages. Her perform planters large acreage. very I

t ance was all the more creditable in of everything and 0. W. Conner behind it all. than now. Every item in our store has been added to with .:
f view of the fact that she has not been

feeling well for some days, and might new and up-to-date merchandise. We have a larger line than :
I

E i! at reasonably all. have refused to appeear ADDRESS ever for you to select from. We will give you more bargains in :


: Mr. Pope sang, as always, beauti this store that it will pay you to give us a trial, as the dollars and ,
f fully. His voice was in good form, ,

; clear, smooth, resonant, alternating QOKLAAHA NURSERIES cents are what you are looking after. It will pay you to visit our .t

t between the softest whisper perfectly
t controlled and a fortissimo of unusual store and see the offerings we have. I .

t volume and power. lie was accompa II

r nied at the piano by Mrs. Hazel Coffin Dept. 23 Tangerine Fla.



f,f:f time school Lenfest in in of which in view music.,every formerly of to an prepare.Her respect exceedingly a work pupil, and was of especially brief admirable the- IMMMMMMHtlMIIMMMOIfftOMMeimHflftMIMHammond' :, i : ! 1: !I : Bargaill!! ! : Or:!1allo :::1



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/t Miss Deaderick read the humorous mll : : I : r r : : : : : : :

i story of the young man who mistook
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for Gore - -
: his future stepmother a young I

and pretty cousin who bore the same The Cathedral School :

name, with her usual complete mas-
FUNERAL AND EMBALMERS. i iOrlando's {
tery of each detail of her art. Like DIRECTORS EAST CENTRAL AVENUE

Mrs. Blackman and Mr. Pope, she ------ - ----- -- Select Boarding and 1 CHRISTMAS GIFTS

had already achieved an excellent REAL VALUES LOW PRICES
School For Girls
Day
reputation from her past work in her I Gloves Silk
Hosiery Neckwear
department, which she maintained: to COMPAREOURFURNITUR Reopens Wednesday, October 1. ;

the full, or even perhaps added to Primary, Intermediate, and College II Fine.Linen Handkerchiefs

somewhat. She las shown herself to Preparatory Grades.

be not only an artist of great talent, Also Courses in Music, Art, Elocution -I Vanity Cases Leather Bags

and a teacher of skill, but also in her NVc provide the quality of furniture- that has long; Domestic Science, Physical Cul

departmental work a leader of great been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the ture. and other Novelties

energy and perseverance, doing a standard of merit. If an article is here it is good.It Twelve specially trained Teachers.

great deal more than one might expect wouldn't be here were it otherwise.Ye can't make Individual attention. Loving care.

of her. this point too clear-it is one of the foundation stonesof REV. RODERICK P. COBB, A. !I., IISSESIAKLTOI & DUNN

The only new member of the faculties this business, and that means much to any buyer. Principal

was Miss Wallace, instructor

in the violin, and even she had already -

appeared in public a number of McNEfll & DAVIS BLOCK, News comes from Tallahassee that Agents for Barclay Corsets

times this year. But it is safe to say Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St., Orlando, Fla.
.he Woman's college has a fine basket McCall's Patterns
that her rendition of her exceedingly
difficult number surprised even those L J jail team this season and is in good :

\', who had the highest regard for her shape to carry off all victories.


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NEWS FROM ALL .MiiiimMiiiiiiniiMiMMHiMiiitiiiiiiiiimMiHave
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. PARTS OF FLORIDA I

r=t: (From the_Gainesville.Sun) ELECTRIC VACUUM L CLEANER[ f

s Lake City now has a new place of
{worship which will be known as the ,
Liberty Church of Christ. The church
has engaged the services of a compe-
tent evangelist of Memphis, Tenn., to -
conduct a series of meetings there in
1914. There will be regular monthly your room or housecleaned .Orlando Houso11
services on the fourth Sunday in each Opera
month. without dust or troubleof .


Fort Meade is rid of telephone moving furniture .

poles, the local telephone exchange
having completed the job of layingthe
wires in lead cables undergroundlast Friday Dec. 19th
week. The unsightly telephone The Pierce Electric Co. send an Experienced ,

pole is a thing of the past there, an
example that might be followed to ad- man.
vantage in other Florida towns. Presents America's
Manatee River Journal. O IlAR 1 f Jlon

The Burton-Swartz Cypress company SEE THEM FOR TERMS ) Minstrel Comedian

has, made formal application to
the governor for a charter to erecta

tween great plant Cedar mill on and the and umber St.Dunn's Johns manufacturing creeks river ,be.a- T e rl[ L[ [lLT[ L lllnc.I NEILOMINSTREL'

few miles east of Jacksonville. The
concern is to have a capital stock o*
$1,200,000. UHUBCI-I T'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'III'IIIIIIIIIIII .

The Times-Union says: "The Clyd. 50 People AND HIS GREAT 11003 Clean Laughs

Steamship company has placed expe- All Famous AMERICAN Count t 'Em
rienced inspectors on its Jacksonville, IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIOOIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIJIIIIIIIII.IIIII.ILIHnoch J
New York and Boston terminals U
see that all citrus fruits and other
T ITY but
perishables are handled with ever; once
possible care so as to insure their ar
rival at destination in the best possible '
condition." @

One of the largest real estate deals RIGHT NOW we offer two propositions on TERMS OF $10 .
made in Palmetto lands in a long time DOWN AND $10 PER MONTH. Every young man in

was made' last week when W. E. Rob Orlando should embrace this chance to begin or add to his The largest, highest salaried and most expensively equipped minstrel or-
inson & Co. sold the J. J. Haley grove estate.
on the Ellenton road, about a mih i ganization in existence.Car .
and a half from Palmetto, to R. i SEMINOLE PARK LOTS
load of magnificent scenic surprises; two big bands; fourteen peoplein
Bachman, of Rockwood, Tenn. Th
On the Map Before Seminole County
consideration Thisis all feature headline acts. for cities and
orchestra
paid was $3,800. Inside Lots $100. Corner Lots $125. the ; Organized big

one of the best grove propertie. Money and six per cent interest back one year from the date leading theaters only.PRICES.
around town.-Palmetto Note ii you complete purchase!if dissatisfied.
Tampa Times.
: 50c., 75c., $1.00 AND $1.50

Mrs. Lottie McNulty Filler of Ke. FIVE ACRE TRACTS
West died at her home in that cit. Near Lake Underhill Finest grove land and finest grovesin ,
Tuesday morning from terrible burn Orange County. Develop a grove on your monthly spare
received the night previous when th change. PRICE $50 PER ACRE. Timber practically pays
mosquito bar and bed clothing caugh for clearing.
fire. It is supposed the fire original -
ed by Mrs. Filler striking a matci
NO INTEREST-NO TAXES .
while in bed. When assistance ------- ----- ---- -- - --
cam - --- -- --------- -
until own the deed.
she was in a blaze and was so badl. you tt'ICIIIIII'IIIIIID'II'ltlI'lllltl'ltt II'09111ICII'I11.. t""I'lltlllll'"
burned that physicians gave up al ORLANDO REAL ESTATE CO. r
hopes long before the end came.
Room 2. Watkins Block.

It has been definitely settled tha lllellllllt'llllllllltl lltl'IIIII"lllltllllll W.lVI. SLElVlONSur
Cocoa will have a new line of steamers - ..
--- -- -
from Jacksonville operated on a .
.ct: II1II1 Q I I I Ht II +K'H III t...D II11IIIIIIIII I 1 O!I't ti
regular schedule and fuieu w. n a,.

pie aDd accommodations passengers. The for first both boat freigh wn i The Altamonte

in probably March be or put April in and service run regular to Coco.! ur fall Goods Me No ow Lorning in

thereafter. Altamonte Springs, Florida1NOA7

.

It four small BARGAIN 5-room SALE houses, only OPE1N
three blocks from postotfice. Pnt I
for the bunch, $4,550; or single sal Most beautiful in all Florida We sell Men's Hats /'
$1,250 each. Renting for $15 pe spot high grade Clothing made by John B. Stetson o.
month. Nine miles from Orlando.
Every comfort made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes. /
Who wants /
a cheap home or want .
and Golf
*o invest? amusements, etc. Amongthe
I offer $50 reward for the owner ol tall pines, between two lovely lakes. Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and Tf s.

property in the city of Orlando, Fla Cusine and service first-class. Pants and Overalls made Sweet .
Orr
that will duplicate this property ii by Dry Goods from H. B. Claf & Co.
price and location.
For the above. and several 5, 10 & Co. Best place in the city tr ..ade.

20, 40-acre country homes improvedsome GEO. E. BATES & SON
with growing crops stock am ProprietorsW
tools, seeCHADWICK- '
FOR LOW PRICES. tttlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllill

Open evening Phone 7 to 398.8. 1296tA. W. M. SLEMONSORANGE

The Most Enthusiastic S. P. U. G.
D. Galbraith, D. V. S., the vet.
AVENUE
erinary surgeon, located at T.. JBathers'
Would not object to a single article in
livery stable. Phone 14.
1113tf. our stock as a Christmas gift. They are all llllltttttftttttttttttttlttllMtlttMitllllttttttltHIIMIC.-.rnKMOCCHeePONT

useful well ornamental and the
as as varietyis
MillllOMIMMfi PUT IT OFF LONGER
so large that the appropriate, proper f r
Automobile For Hire i A
present for young or old, male or female, may
New Five Passenger I COME TO US RIGHT AWAY
be easily selected. We are quite enthusiastic -
PHONE 419
over our selection of standard and late
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books. Practically every one is pleased witha ___. i i i -

FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES book, so when you cannot decide just whatto Choose (the Style You FancyGetYour

AND DO ALL KINDS OF buy, you are safe if you select somethingin Money's Worth.-Suit or $1 tJ
OPTICAL REPAIRINGDR. rJ Overcoat Made to Order . .
standard literature. From the little

kiddies to the grandparents we can show I. Others at $17.50, $20, $22.50, $25 Up-Fit, Style and

something for each one. I jf Workmanship GuaranteedNo


W. S. BRANCH, matter w h. you want to put into a Suit or an Overcoat,

L H. RAMSDELL o you may come to us with the absolute assurance that you'll get bet-
OPTOMETRIST The Arcade Book and Music StoreMIMMIIIIMMMIIMMMIMMIMMi ;F ter value-more for your money--than at any other tailor shop on

earth, and you'll get an absolutely deal.
square
(Successor to Dr. 0. P. Likins)
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ORLANDO, . FLORIDAlilHIIIMIHIIIIMIHIM H 5c CRISPETTES 5c I L1

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--- Have you tried :i:

j(WM. HARPER 34 CHURCH STREET
DL. Cris ette ?
(JOSEPHINE HARPEROSTEOPATHS p

IF NOT, WHY NOT? At your at favorite dealers or at I The Y. M. C. A. of Jacksonville is I It is now a practically insured fact Two car loads of Western home-
planning a campaign to be waged the that a big iron plant has been securedfor
The
Oldest Established Practice In Crispette Factory,26 W. Pine Street. I ,seekers arrived in Fellsmere last.
latter of to Pensacola.A i
part January secure some
Orlando week. A large party from the New-
; 19 W.Church Street, Up-Stairs :, THE CRISPETTE CO. $10,000,half of the amount to be used :;
;
England States will arrive this
Consultation and Ex* for current expenses and half for pro- farmers' institute and cattle dip- week.
amination Free I: 12'2-tf 26 W. PINE STREETmiiiiiiiiiiiiiH viding much needed additions for en. ping demonstration took place at Zell- The hotels and boarding houses are
HillllUHMMMIHIill. larging the present building. wood.last week all said to be full.




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DAILY ONE LITTLE LESSON IN ORDI- IMPROVING PROPERTY EUREKA CHAPTER TO HOLD

NARY DECORUM NORTH OF LAKE EOLA ANNUAL CONVOCATION

South Florida SentinelMORNING Eureka Chapter No. KNIJLLFLORALCOI R L 'I I I

AND WEEKLY Suppose you were a singer with Mr.W. L.Tilden yesterday purchasedfrom Masons, will hold their

,. JOSIAH FERRIS, Editor and Owner. some reputation for possessing a fair- F. R. Pounds his one-third interest cation Tuesday, ,

-Entered-at the postoffice at Orlando Florida ly good voice and some knowledge of in the newly developed block annual election of
i I For Sale
u Second Gas Mail Matter. music, and you got up before an audience on the north side of Lake Eola. This held, and refreshments

SUBSCRIPTION RATES to sing, and a number of per- transfer leaves Messrs. Tilden and close of the \ I I

THE DAILY SENTINEL sons also got up about the same time Henry Yowell the owners of this val will present past high 20 Acres Al land, near town.

One Year ....................$5.00 and left the theater while you were uable block. Tilden, Yowell and to all past high priests.

Six Months ................... 2.50 in the midst of your song-do you Pounds purchased this block in June vitation is extended 200 budded one year old grape

Three Months ................ 1.25 think you would like it? Don't you of this year, since which time the Royal Arch Masons.FAVORITE fruit. Well fenced, Special fora
think your feelings would be hurt- boys have removed the unsightly cents.'I I

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1913. wouldn't you be wounded in that deep, fence then surrounding the property. : I few days at $100.. per acre.

indescribable way that cuts to the They have graded the lots, laid sidewalks i |
The last week for Christmas shop- 4-Big
quick and gives no opportunity for and otherwise improved and
ping. "Beauty and the ( ) ; ,
words of condemnation or reproach! beautified that section of Lake Eola. & Atha
o -- wonderful 3-reel drama Cooper
Don't you think that it is the most This property, on account of the loca- I
The Pensacola News calls it the famous fairy story."TriflIe ,
ordinary courtesy that you could; tion directly on Eola park, and of the I -
\
"Miama. Alas! What is fame! Not with ) : 114 ORANGE AVENUE
o show a public performer, whether you beautiful lake view from that point, drama of pathos and
like him or not, to remain in your I is considered among the most desir- I
The Ocala Banner thinks that some I Matinee 2 to 5. Orlando Florida
seat until after he finishes his song able in the city. I J -
papers should employ Albert Williamson t Admission 5 and 10 JJ
or whatever he happens to be doing?
"
of the Floridian as a "silencer. 1253m.
isn't it also due to others in the au- "HITTING THE TRAIL"
o
dience that you repress your urgent DREW LARGE CROWD .IIIII.,111111111111111111111111111111111111110111It
Another story has been exploded:
desire to leave the house and not disturb -
Mr. Edison is not a vegetarian. His
them by making an exit while People were turned away from the
wife says he eats all kinds of meats,
the performer is still before them? Baptist church Sunday night becauseof
but insists that everything he eats
: Don't you think that by little acts a crowded auditorium to hear the I
must be well cooked that he will eat
; !such as this you exhibit a lack of con- pastor, Rev. Dr. Edward T. Poulson, Notice to auto Oner
jio salads or uncooked feeds for fear I
- -- - -----
:sideration for others, the possession deliver a sermon on "Hitting the .
of typhoid germs. Sane man is Mr. ... .. .
:of which is always the mark of gentle Trail, or How to Be Somebody." Be- ,111111111111..111
Edison. I
breeding? sides the regular seating capacity

o o 125 chairs were placed in the aisles R. L. HOLLANDwill
Obsessed with the idea that he Auto ml
INTERESTING SERMON AT and a number remained standing Supreme
could make ten thousand a year a
throughout the service. Dr. Poulson's old Auto
confidence man borrowed ten dollars UNITY CHAPEL SUNDAY"Are recover your or Buggy .
Sunday night services are attracting
from Harry Floyd's friends, James
Unitarians Jesus great crowds, and much interest is Make Back and Cushion
Mcllugh, while in Pensacola, but Me- Loyal to ? Tops. your The oil that has
I of Eleanor Gor- being otherwise manifested in his
the subject Rev.
i Hugh pinched.became It is time uneasy for and Harry had Floyd him .don's was sermon at Unity Chapel Sunday work here. There were a number of Slip Covers and Auto Top, dust stood the supreme -

accessions to the church at the Sun-
to interfere. Somebody's poaching on morning. N test
his Miss Gordon said, in part: "Have day morning service.MENDELSSOHN covers. New top or cushion work for
preserves.
I
you ever thought of how little we '
The Jacksonville o News has made really know about the real Jesus? In CLUB GOES carriages and buggies at reasonable -- : THAT -- -=

its appearance. It is evident that so-called secular history there are but FIFTY STRONG TO DELANO All work and material
two references to him that will stand prices. guar-

charge.competent The newspaper Sentinel is men pleased are ii to> the test of historical criticism. Aftera The Mendelssohn Club, fifty strong, anteed by T. M. Coppedge Trimmer Good ulf Gasoline

observe that the News has been so careful examination of all the an- left on the one o'clock afternoon train ,
cient writings, with these two excep- for DeLand yesterday to sing in con-
fortunate as to secure the servicesof
cert for the benefit of the athletic I
tions, we are forced back our
upon
Arthur K. Taylor, Florida's favor- ATftMHIMMMMMMMMIMtlHIMHIIMMMIIMMIM
-
new testament for our information. fund of Stetson university at that
ite cartoonist. In this one featurethe
After a critical examination of these place last night. The party traveledin
News has made hit which
will

be, of great benefit o to a it. I new must testament depend on books the gospels we find of that Matthew we- lar a train special, and car returned attached on to the the regu-three R1. HOLLAND l CARRIAGE[ s SHOP r P. WALTON, AgL

Mark and Luke for our portrait o'clock train this morning. The con-
(
D. Landis
Cary the new state's attorney -
is find the of cert was reported to have been a
: for the seventh judicial cir- ; that we portrait PHONES 450-269
cuit, made his initial bow to the Or- the real Jesus, if we find it anywhere, great success in spite of the unfavor-
in the story common to these three able weather.
ange county public during the sittingof UttiltttlMIMMItllltMlOur
court in Orlando last week. Mr. gospels. These three books, written

Landis impressed all with his digni- i at different times, appear to have as WHAT COULD BEMORE .I,
APPROPRIATEThan
fied their foundation a common tradition.
bearing, distinguished
appearanceand
eminent This portrait is vague and misty in a beautiful suite of Furniturea
qualifications for the
po- places, but it reveals to us a man few extra pieces maybe-such as
sition. It is
predicted that he has a New Holiday StockOffer
fine future, one of continued honor earnest and true; a man who taught we are now displaying in our store. 1
conditional A present that will be useful, that is
that
forgiveness was on
f and useful service to the people of
forgiveness, that the kingdom of God beautiful and of lifelong lasting qual-
this circuit;and the
state.
o was at hand and that the conditionsof ities. That is the kind we are displaying in great variety really desirable and useful presents for

f The keeper of a seaside resort citizenship in that kingdom were for the Holidays. In select- of all and is stock
most popular in
r house at Daytona Beach has been repentance and righteous living. This ing at our store you have the wide people ages a every respect

r convicted in Volusia criminal court of: man Jesus had a childlike confidencein range not KINCAID usually found& SNOWDEN.in any store. because of its choice selections, trustworthy values and fair i
that call God whomhe
the we ,
power
failing to equip his place with the
life saving appliances required by loved to call 'my Father.' prices If you are asking where you can buy the best and
GRASS ON FIRE CAUSED
law. This should be an example to "He shared many of the mistakesof
others. A party of1 Orlando young his time, but he had a genius for SOME UNEASINESS cheapest this season you will get your answer by looking

I men Daytona.came during near losing the summer their lives becauseof at :i to religion.this friend Are and we teacher as Unitarians? The word loyal awhile Some yesterday uneasiness afternoon was caused from the for through our large and superior line of attractions and cornI I

this one man's failure to comply loyal means keeping faith with a person appearance of a heavy smoke in the pare qualities and prices with others. ;
direction of Russell Point, the -
constant in service. I do not ask supposition
with the
law. It is to be hoped that
Daytona Beach will be so provided are we loyal to the Christ of the being that the smoke was

creeds, to the Jesus of popular Christianity caused by a burning building. Inves-
with life
saving apparatus before an-
other season that a greater number but are we loyal to this noble tigation proved the smoke to have its Tne Virtue of easonaDle rricesis

of people may enjoy the pleasures teacher whose portrait we find in the origin from a plot of dead grass
I
first three gospels which was being burned. Several automobiles -
there without the feeling that theyare I
I "We loyal to Jesus if we are went to the scene.
taking their lives in their hands are never never neglected You will find it in connection with
when they do it. loyal to his ideals, to his teaching.
:We are loyal to Jesus if we search as HAIR FALLING OUT?
o Honest Goods and Genuine Merit Beautiful
throughout
; The people of Jacksonville are a benighted reverently for the truth of our age as Davis' Hair Remedy will stop it. our

; lot When the state hotel he sought for the truth of his. Toe Money back guarantee. Estes Phar. Stock which is unexcelled in Variety and Quality
called > loyal to him we need not ask what macy sells it. 12-9-tf ,
inspector on boarding houses
t did Jesus do what did he believe
and demanded two dollars each from or
eighteen centuries in Palestine, DOES YOUR SCALP ITCH?
r them, the amount fixed by law to sustain ago
t' the office of hotel inspector,there but what would he do now, at this If one bottle Davis' Hair Remedy
glad Christmas time, here in Orlando. doesn't cure we'll give your money
were so many complaints to police
We are loyal to Jesus when we are back. Estes Pharmacy sells it.

r: at headquarters work that that the a inspector flim-flammer was was ar- ]loyal to the best we know and feel. I I 12-9-tf TI H. [vans the JewelerOPPOSITE

G rested. Neither the proprietors who
i Warman Repairs and Retires Baby ,
had been "flim-flammed" nor the police THANKS
Carriages on Court street. 125tfOSTEOPATHY
( department of Jacksonville was
POSTOFFICE
aware of such a law, or such a personage To my many friends who supportedme

as a state hotel inspector. so loyally through the long contest -

t The police officers declared the man's for the Grand theater automobile EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING

r game was one of the slickest for getting prize> I desire to give my sincere and" DR. J. C .HOWELL

t money that they'd ever run most heartfelt thanks. ,
Hours, 1012, 3.5, and by appointment
R across in all their experience in deal, MRS. D. L. IIAWLEY. I
'. Xo extra charge for house treatment
ing with crooks.
I Telephone connections

0 Subscribe for the Sentinel. ,Office cor. Orange and Central Ares.I '


l lawyers Judge an last interview in James week preparing that printed W. Perkins the cases in tardiness the for declaredin Sentinel trial of-, -- .-- -- - -- I SPECIAL[ L f FOR T TUESDAY f r AND Wt EONESDAY'f r rOur



t and the inclination to have! cases continued IS YOUR MOTOR FULL

r. was a serious handicap to the famous 40 inch Egyptian Crepe,

i': bench.administration He points of out justice that from the judge the OF CARBON? Regular price $2.50, Our price $1.75.

is powerless under such circumstances 36 inch Silk and Wool Poplin, regular

i lieving' the to do docket.anything There by way is apparently of re-- Let us clean it out the new way in $1.25 value, Our price 89 cents.

.','. nothing to be done except to forty minutes without bolt All Kid Gloves reduced on these two days only.
i. appeal to the pride and patriotism of loosening a

of the lawyers to assist the judge in
Satisfacfaction
the disposition of cases before the guaranteed XMAS SUGGESTIONSSilk

court. At the last term of court the

same judge dismissed nearly two hun- Hosiery Gloves |linen CenterpiecesSilk
dred cases, some of which had been in
court for twenty years. In some of Underwear Doilies HandkerchiefsHand
San Juan Co. :
the cases the lawyers whose names Garage Bags Mesh Bags Neckwear

appeared as counsel had forgotten all Dress Patterns in Silk and Woolen Goods and many others space forbids to mention

bout their connection with them. All Night Service :

T Surely all of this offers matter for

serious reflection and there should bea -
certain remedy to be automatically M.ARIT: E. IvES:

AJAX TIRES guaranteed 5000 miles, Five
applied, for all judges are not as diligent -

F' nor as conscientious in the discharge per cent off for cash The Christmas Shopping Place

of their duties as Judge Perkins j

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WELL SEASONED CANDY OF THE SEASON. /

SWEETS TO LOVE TO LOVERS OF SWEETSYou Removal Sale
the folks
I men
read in advertisements or on window cards-"Just 4c
happy with a present
Received Some Delicious Candies. I
We truly say, "Just Made in Our Shop," a fine line of j-v' 4 r they can enjoy. The

'sweets. Considering quality, our candies are reasonable, a man who comes down '
being sold direct from our sanitary shop to your home. k' r
No jobbers, railroad or express company affects our i \ ;'L stairs Christmas morning is now in full blast. Even if you do not

prices. and findsA

We make all our candies and guarantee our goods to need SHOES at present, you owe it to
BOX OF
be fresh, pure, delicious; of highest quality and reason-
able prices. LUCERNE CIRCLE your own interest to buy several pairs.

"The City's Largest Retail Candy Manufacturers" Tremendous reductions on all small lots

WAITING FOR HIM
and odd pairs.

Will know that someone has been thinking of his happiness -

during the excitement of gift-buying. And he'll

BUTT'S KANDY KITCHEN[ also know that "someone" has taken the trouble to find I.' Ten Per Cent Reductionon

out the kind of cigar he likes-a Mild, Full-Flavored,

Rich-Tasting cigar that is full of Fine Aroma
as as
regular lines. Every pair of Shoes in
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:Mr. G. G. Swain, who has been visiting BISHOP JAMES ATKINS I I FOR SALE I'" Come early while the assortment is
HEARD AT TIlE CRANIA KU\IQUATS-Send your friends a I:
his friend, Senator J. E. Bux- I I box for Christmas by parcel post; complete.
WADE ton, left yesterday for his home in ,25c. per hundred. Phone 380, or come I':
THE TUNER LaCrosse, Wis., stopping en route at large congregation heard Bishop; to 300 E. Concord avenue. 12-16-3t
ORLANDO.FLA.Mr. St. Augustine. James Atkins preach at the Grand :
JI theater Sunday morning, in the absence WANTED blacksmith capable of '
of the Methodist Rev. doing heavy machine smithing and '
pastor,
Nothing over seven and a half dollars scrlll work. Apply office, South Flor- :
and some as low as four dollars, Dr. J. E. Wray, who is attending the ida Foundry and Machine Works. I''
A. P. Newheart, one of Opcee'soldest conference at Tallahassee ,12.16.1wSee
are the prices fixed for those dainty I E. G. Duckworth !
I known citizens, was
and best ,
exclusive Parisian Hat Creations that Bishop Atkins took his text from I
among the visitors to Orlando yester. Boardman's "Store of Satisfaction" the parable of th3 rich young ruler,, Gatlin before you buy a lot in I

day. I secured by a cash purchase. It and preached from it a notable ser any of the numerous suburbs of the
mon on the sins of extravagance. city. It is the prettiest and most attractive FEET FITTER

For trees see W. H. Brokaw. Of- :Mr. and Mrs. Geo. E. Woodruff, of In the evening Rev. Dr. J. F. Me- spot within reach of Or.I

fice opposite postoffice. Phone 267. Bayonne, N. J., are among the winter I Kinnon preached at the Grand, his lando. 12-5-tf

12-2-tf residents who have returned to the I theme being the brevity and uncer I Orlando Florida
"City Beautiful" for another season's :tainty of life and the importance of I Mr. Harvey A. Fuller, of Pine Castle ,
There will be a meeting of the ex- sojourn. They are located at 405 :living usefully and striving for the known as the Blind Poet, will
l&utive board of the Civic League at best. preach at the Union church in Pine :
East Pine street.
the Tea and Rest Room today at ten Castle on Sunday morning, December21st 1IJ J'III'IIIIII'IIIIIII'I"'II"I"'I"'II'IIIII

I o'clock. Only two dozen but those two doz- THANK YOU! ; subject" will be, "Good and Evil IMIHIMtllHIMHMtlitMMMMIHIMMMIilllliMoney

en Hats are the dainty conceptionsof Contrasted. i
Warman Sells, and Fixes Bicycles,
the exclusive Millinery Salons of Many thanks to the friends whose
I .a Court street. 12-5-tf Paris, France, and will be sold by :'continued support enabled me to win Cash Registers. Warman fixes 'em : to Loan

Boardman's "Store of Satisfaction" at in the Grand auto contest. More than 'n Court street. 12-5-tf :
Mr. H. F. Jackson; Florida repre- less than the prices of ordinary hats. 'the machine itself do we value the
sentative of the New York Produce friendly regard it represents. We cordially invite you to call and :

Bulletin, is in the city in the interest arrived Gratefully and sincerely, see our large line of assorted chocolate :
lock
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Mrs. Alice G. yes
Loans in of
I of his candies fresh home-made sums $500 to $3000
paper. terday from Madison, Wis., and will It MRS. ERNEST WADE. cara- : I
Tuttle'sl' the winter at her home on Con mels, and try our famous Purity Ice '
spend I' IMPROVED INSIDE fora
Artistic Christmas Gifts at : on property
12.126t' cord avenue. She was warmly welcomed '- For the most wholesome candies in Cream. 134 South Orange avenue.

Shop. by many friends. Dr. Kollock the city go to Butt's Candy Kitchen.Mr. Mayer. 14.2t I: term of FIVE years. Principaland

Mr. M. H. Bowler, stock claim agent expects to come down a litle later on.
Burt B. Hodgman, of New The Tuttle Gift Shop wish to an- '
for the Atlantic Coast Line, with interest payable in monthly
j Headquarters in Jacksonville, spent Among Orlando's prominent winter ,York city, spent yesterday in Or. nounce that they are now nicely Located :
returned :lando. in a part of the Berman Store, : instalments.4tMMMMMMMMMttMMtlMI9Mtllilltmilii
|jeaterday in Orlando. residents who have fromj .
across from the San Juan hotel, and '
the North are Mr. and Mrs. H. A. I
Nashville Michigan. This Mrs. A. W. Acree will .leave for invite you and your friends to call. I
Belle Meade Sweets, fine candies, Brooks, of ,
visit her sister Mrs. Mrs. Tuttle will be remembered s.JV.A. Y
| at McElroy's. 12-14-3t makes their fourteenth season in Or Tampa today to as
lando. J. W. Rinaldi. being next to Dickson & Ives' store
last winter. I
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The hospitality committee of the .
Rosalind are planning to entertain in A fine opportunity to buy shoes at Mrs. Wm. A. Godby, of Boston, .MMMMOMMIIHIMMIMMMMMIillMtlMMMtHCOLD
is offered Mass., is among the late arrivals at Eat what you want.
the club rooms on Thursday, with a greatly reduced prices now ;
Eat all
musical program, and the afternoon the people of this section by E. G.: the San Juan. Take a you postscript want. and forget it. WEATHER HINTS

promises to be unusually pleasant. Duckworth. The big removal sale is For sale by all druggists.
Mrs. J. W. Clayton will return today 11-30-d&w-lm .
now on at his store. Read the adver- Hecker's Pancake FlourHecker's

Some purchase that-every one an tisement in the Sentinel and then be from Tampa, where she spent' Self Rising Buckwheat

I authentic Parisian :Millinery Creation, sure to pay him a visit. several weeks. GOOD MORNING

and at less than half price. We speak Have you dandruff? If one bottle MAPLE SYRUP KINGAN'S SAUSAGES
of the beautiful French Model: Hats Mr. and Mrs. Frank Heyworth, of Mr. Walter Drennen will leave today Davis' Hair Remedy does not cure it

| on sale at Boardman's "Store of Sat' Toronto, Canada, arrived yesterdayand for Boston, Mass., to attend to you get your money back. Estes Coffees and TeasWe
isfaction." It are located at 206 East South important business matters. Pharmacy sells it. 12-9-tf

street. Mr. Heyworth is a sign painter have the most complete line to select from
Mrs. II. J. Bannon and daughter,
Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Buxton and and decorator and will engage in HAND PAINTED CARDS of any grocer in the city.Instantaneous.
of St. Louis, arrived in Orlando -
Mrs. Buxton's mother, :Mrs. J. W. business in Orlando. yes Appropriate cards for all occasionsmenu
terday. They are stopping at the Sat Coffee
Hammond, have arrived from :Middle- place cards, score cards, etc.
Juan. Also designs for book plates. Sam-
Vermont to When contemplate getting mar- Instantaneous Chocolate
ton Springs, spend an- you
pies on hand and orders taken at 112
other winter in Orlando. ried you first satisfy yourself that Grace St. Phone 608. Lu F. Halsted.tf. Instantaneous Postum
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Beeman, who
the particular girl you have in mindis .
have been spending the past two Baker's Cocoa
Eat what want. the only one you want. When you
Eat all you you want. see those Gatlin lots you will want weeks in New York city, are expected Boys' Double Breasted Suits at and White Rose Cocoa

Take a postscript and forget it. them all. Jansen will fix it for you home Saturday. below cost, as long as they last. J. C.
For sale by all druggists. Anno, the Boy Clothier. 12-6-3w
when.)'our choice is made. 12-5-tf
l1- Od&wlmFor Pupils of Orlando's public schools, I THE SANITARY GROCERY
will enjoy a two weeks' vacation be FURNISHED ROOMS for light
Griffing Brothers' trees, roses and
beautiful Christmas Gifts call ginning next Friday. The Christmas housekeeping; every convenience -
at The Tuttle Shop. 12-12-6t ornamental, give results. 122tfttHMffMM.MIJiilllilMIMIIMIHIIMMMIMMMC ; both, hot and cold; electric CARUTHERS & GORE
holidays begin December 19th and end
lights; telephone; close in; rea-
January 5th. sonable. 200 E. Robinson Ave.
4 Phone 200 6 & 8 Pine Street
1
111111111111.111111.111..1.111.1111..1.1..111.TOD..A. Mrs.V.. S. Richeson, a most esti.. Mary Garden Perfumes, large bot-
mable lady, arrived in Orlando yesterday tle $tOO, smaller bottles $1.00 and .
from Greenville, Ohio, to $2.00, at McElroy's. 12123tIf CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.

spend her twentieth season in the
.. City Beautiful. As usual she will' you want the news right up to

make her home at the Childs,house. the minute, subscribe for the Daily . ........ .1..0..1..1..1..1".1.1
Morning Sentinel. It gives all the

At 3:30 and 6:30 Miss Ella D. Cargill, of Rochester,, local news of the and world.LUTHER important. telegraphicnews Christmas Suggestions
N. Y., arrived in the city Sunday I ,
of Mr. and -- I .
evening, and is the guest
Mrs. Mahlon Gore, on Lucerne Circle. THE FLORISTCut FOR MENBath
Miss Cargill has spent several winters .

Mon1goery's r ran Company's{ in Orlando, and has many friends Flowers
who will be delighted to hear of her! ROSES, VIOLETS, I Robes Full Dress Sets

return. House Coats Combination Sets
: CARNATIONS, PANSIES,

The Tuttle Shop is located in a partof I POTTED PLANTS Collar Bags Tie Racks
MOTION PICTURE Berman's store, opposite San Juan Fancy Vest Traveling Cases

hotel. 1-2-12-61 I ;; ;.11.;;. 1111 II 111111I The best line of Neckwear ever brought to Or-

satisfied Feminine when taste discussing should at headgear last be, 't COAL -WOOD COKEjjCharcoal I i iI I lando.

Don Ferandou In New Songs for Boardman's "Store of Satisfac J ;! Special lot of Silk Hose at 25c per pair.

tion" has secured, by a timely cash
purchase a number of authentic Paris, Turpentine Chips, : :;j Come and look our stock over.

France, Models that will go on sale- .
Let us help you make a selection.
FEATURE FILMS for quick clearance-at much less Fence Posts jj|

than half price. It
Orlando 'V ood Yard|
SCRUGGS & DICKSONThis
CHEAP-L. C. Smith
FOR SALE
AND 'REAL MUSIC gun, 12 gauge, 28-inch barrels; in B. W. KINGSLEY, Proprietor \\I I store is the home of Hart Schaifner & Marx clothes't"
good condition. A. N. Goodwin, at Phone 344 104 W. Pine St. IllitiiMiiniiiiimiMiiiij I
Overstreet Crate Co.'s office.
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' HOLIDAY GIFTS FOR SALE FURNISHED seven-room and bath *IIMMIIII. . ..... . . . . .. . . . .. '..

STATE NEWS NOTES Call to see us and we will bungalow, with bath and I cottage, Lake Eola. Apply 217 E. \
'I porch. 506 Lexington St., Robinson avenue. Mrs. M. E. Keig-
to help you make selections Park. Lot 67x230 feet. win. 12-13-3t

From the Gainesville Sun) our useful lines.HELMS. CHRISTMAS GOODSFor

t The truck gardens at Winter Park HARDWARE FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS ,

are said to be looking exceptionally and grove at Fair Villa, 13 real swell presents come to
well. The prettiest home in the of which three acres are young
attractive surroundings grapefruit; borders lake; DRESSMAKING 12-12-1m at 307 E. Pine St. our store. There has never beena
of 8 rooms; good barn; attract- i I
The Clay County Times says it is tracts the most desirable buyer winter home. Apply at this office. EVERYTHING NEW for Xmas at
now practically certain that Green ever should decide to sell. A the Evans Parlors, No. 100 North finer line of useful gifts on display -

Cove Springs will soon have a trolley at Gatlin would always attract Main. Phone 125. 1-26-tf
FOR SALE in any store in Orange Co.
line. sirable buyer. It would be acres, located three miles north- LOST-A French poodle dog,answersto
the day your house is finished. of Orlando, on S. A. L R. R., at the name of Chance. Reward if

The road from Lake City to Water- Jansen has the Gatlin lots for Station, on Lake Fairview; returned 12-7-tf to No. 9 E. Livingston Ave. You Will Agree With Us
front station
near ; young grape-
converted from sand
has been a
tpwn bed into a first-class clay road by the Take your repairing to I:' citrus and orange fruit and grove half; land vegetable about; DON'T DELAY, but get your Xmas After Seeing The Line
Photos now at the Evans Parlors,
Court street. [ house winter
county convicts. barn; ideal I II
one block north of court house. Phone
right near Country Club. Ad
(I I W. T. Chapman, owner, R. F. D., 125. 11-26-tf
brass band Order grapefruit and orange -- - --- McCULLOCH'SDEPARTMENT
Live Oak is to have a
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2, Orlando. ll-27-lm-d&w
LADY SOLICITORS in Orlando, to
which will consist of at least fourteen BOW. W. H. Brokaw, I
I take orders for best flavoring extract -
members. They will be given instruc-I 12-2-tf FOR REN1 made; also fine line of toilet i
tions by a competent man. i articles. For particulars, address Box STORE
WILL GIVE YOU A SALE-Anything in Florida 381, Orlando, Fla. 12-16-6t
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A number of car loads of lettuce is Back if one bottle Davis' Hair Real Estate. Orange County Realty FINE SPORT FISHING at Oakland, I

now being shipped'from Sanford. The edy doesn't cure dandruff i i'I lM2.1ra Fla. Motor boats and fish boats

estimated lettuce acreage there is 500,'scalp disease. Estes I furnished house; gas for rent by Paul Rhodey. Phone orders Next Door to Evan's Jewelry Store'MMMHMMMMMMMMMMMKMMMMMMMU
A. J. Willis Co.'s
to & store.
while that of celery is 550 acres. 'I it and electric lights. 205 E. Robinson ill-20-lm. :
on Lake Eola. 12-14-4t, I.
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The Putnam county fair opened I---- ---- --- ----- RENT-Furnished rooms, with I I Artistic photographs for Xmas at'" .

f. auspiciously in Palatka Monday and PEOPLE'S ,V all conveniences.avenue. Apply 412 12-14-3t North the Phone Evans 25. Parlors, No. 100 N.11-15-tf Main. t-111111110111.111111.11111111'10111111111111111.11.-- ...

from early in the morning until late
crowded - RENT-Seven room house, fur- WANTED-Position as dairyman;
at night the grounds were
:MUNNIMAKERS nished. Apply 502 South Lake St. several years' experience; by mar- Kill the Chill"All
with visitors and sightseers.
- ried man. Call on or address L. H.
Notices of Lost Wanted For
f Jarrett, 205 West Pine St. 11-29-tf
Rent. etc.. for this column. 23e for
A new enterprise has been opened 50c for three days, or $1.00 for one ; pleasant, comfortable rooms, in
t I 25 words or less. Money must & new house, light housekeeping, see WANTED man of experience desires indications point toward a cold winter
for business in Pensacola, known as fer this column
f the advertisements Johnson, Yowell's store. position as bookkeeper or of-
the Peerless Rubber company. They insertions will be made on credit. - fice work of any kind; can operate the : this and the best to be comfortable
[ will handle automobile tires and do - -- --- -- --- RENT-Furnished room, with typewriter. Address, -, care of year way -
11291rn"q .
r all kinds of repairs and vulcanizing. 'I FOR. SALE electric lights, bath; 4 blocks from Sentinel. 14-t on cold mornings and eveningsor
i for auto. 7 W.
; yard room WANTED-A driving and work :

The boys and girls of Summerlin [FOR Schultz SALE-A, Formosa good, Fla.horse. avenue, city.- 12-14-31-- ferred horse,must one that be worth lady can the handle pre-in during the day in your office is to have a

l Institute in Fort Myers have two RENT-New 5-room bungalow, ; money
FOR SALE-House and lot; every respect. Address or inquire :
f :splendid basket ball teams. They I I on Broadway, Amelia close and in; $25.Trenton Call streets.at corner of Formosa postoffice. W. H. Graeser. REZNOR GAS HEATERThey
; have played ten games each this sea- Summerlin street. Mrs. 12-14-3t ':

son and have not come out the loser: inson, 301 Concord avenue. RENT-Furnished house, ten WANTED-By- gentleman of good"

t, in a single contest. FOR SALE-A large rooms located and; suitable sleeping for porch either; central-one or character, to form the acquaintanceof I are cheap to buy and very economical -
a nice, respectable lady, between :
t. lot on North Orange avenue. families. Address F. G. Rush,
r f The largest deer ever killed in the reasonable. Address or call 11-26-tf the ages of 25 and 35; object matrimony I' 3 to 6 cents an hour, according to the
if suited. Address F. R., care
Reel at the Steam Laundry.
i pounds dressed. The buck carried a RENT-Rooms, with or withouti Sentinel. 12-14-6t : size-and are the cleanest and most
few days ago by a party of hunters. FOR SALE-Or will I i i board; newly furnished; large, cool -- con-
: The weight was between 125 and 150 real estate', 2-cylinder ; all conveniences; nothing ARTISTIC Photography for Xmas I venient heating made. No wood ashes
horse auto, with top, in Florida. Terms reasonable. now. The Evans Parlors, one block : or
pounds dressed Th ebuck carried a i gears, and 4 good tires; West street. 12-7-6t north of Court house. Phone 125.i i I
fine set of six point antlers. make fine boat motor if I 11-26-tf oil to carry-just turn the valve and strikea

dress Motor, Sentinel
care
in private home for rent; 40
WHY PAY exorbitant rent or board? match.
The annual meeting of the Wo FOR SALE-Anything in !! acre farm for sale, 21-2 miles out;
Why not buy a little home? Buy
t man's Baptist Missionary Union of I Real Estate. Orange County and two lots for sale. See Dr. it of the owner and save the agent's
Florida will be held in Arcadia beginning -I I Company. at 311 North Orange avenue. commission. Address B., Box 178.
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,December 16th. A feature of c 1130lm.
FOR SALE-New,
the occasion will be a song by the ern two-story house; five RENT-New furnished rooms, in WANTED-To exchange a vacant lot
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WATER
ORLANDO LIGHT
children costume. from the orphans' home in bath America and street.sleeping porch. I I new; kitchenette modern home if ;desired every; CO reason-\'/';D-! five-passenger on Concord avenue car, Ford, Orlando or Overland, for a m.C

14 E. Amelia avenue, next door
FOR SALE-At a bargain, the 12-13-1w preferred, 1913 or 1914 model; must
most new upright piano; Wyoming. be in A-No. condition. J. 0. Evans, Gas DepartmentThe
Over a hundred people from the leaving town and must sell; RENT-Well furnished room*, Maitland, Fla. 11-30-tf

New England states attended the organization -:er household goods. 416 E. 1 in modern home, near in eiectr.o HOUSECLEANING-Any kind of of-
meeting of the New Eng- street. bath, hot and cold water; large fice or housecleaning wanted by the .OIClllt.O 't..tlloelll.e'I.Im allelllllllll.t
land Tourists' association in St. Petersburg -I room with fireplace. 114 East day, by young, energetic married woman -

Tuesday. Officers for the i lone-half FOR SALE-Five mile outside or ten of St. 12-13-3t 12-15-Ct(white). Inquire Sentinel office. . . .,.. ........, . .. '.. . ....

season were elected. cleared fenced and improved. RENT-New furnished rooms in
I"Owner," this office. new modern home; every conven I PEOPLE'S PAINTER Gem The Antiseptic
; kitchenette if desired; reason-
The Miami high school athletes are I I can save you money on your
FOR SALE OR TRADE- 14 E. Amelia avenue, next door Barber
looking forward to a game of basket,I I. trucking proposition on ,I the Wyoming. 12-1-tf I painting Try m eand, papering it.and Work sign writing. Shop
prove guaran
., 18 miles south of Palm
ball between the Ruth Hargrove
; teed. Frank decorator NEW AND
bargain for cash. Also ten RENT-Furnished cottage, six Hayworth, EVERYTHING CLEAN
stitute of Key West. The Miami, highest Everglades land, i rooms and bath; Lake Eola. Apply 206 E. South St., Orlando. 12-lG-Ct UP-TO-DATE EQUIPMENT
school has agreed to pay the visitors: Okeechobee. Box 136, E. Robinson avenue, Mrs. M. E.
12-9-3t WANTED position as cook and! Congress hydraulic enameled chairs, keen-edged implements) electric .
$100 for the to and from: 12-ll-4t
expenses hair dr'er.EXPERT.
general housework, if desired, by a! massage and
Miami, and while in the Magic City, FOR SALE- residence, RENT-Large, well furnished! capable, reliable, pleasant Northern WORKMEN
and will also provide entertainmentfor derson street. Terms, : room to persons wishing suburban j woman; best references. Have quiet Shoe-shining stand for Full line of tobaccos,
the Island City boys while they, balance two years time. ; also 2 acres good)boy of 10 who will attend school. Address ladies and gentlemen. cigars and cigarettes.
premises afternoons, or E. : land, close in. Good opportu- Mrs. Jeanette Maitland, Alta- ;
there. The will be l 122 NORTH ORANGE
are game pulled Caruthers & Gore Sanitary nity for right person. Address "A,"1 monte Hotel, Altamonte Springs, Fla. b
off on the 19th of this month. 6 and 8 E. Pine St. Sentinel. 9-Stf 12-ll-4t .t+tOI i..t.JC..flel . .III..III.IIII..tt



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I TO THE BUYING PUBLICWe







want to thank our friends for their liberal patronage


during our great Stock Reducing Sale and assure all that


your patronage has been thoroughly appreciated.It .

has been our purpose to serve the people of ORANGE


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

goods at the lowest prices consistent for good merchandise.It .


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


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

satisfactorily than in the past.


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


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

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

uine bargains on every item in our store.





Kincaid &, SnowdenFURNITURE





STOVES, RUGS, Etc.



Cor. Main and Pine Streets Orlando, Florida .







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"THE CAR WITH A CONSCIENCE" Sunday Dinner 12 to 2 p.m. Price 50 Cents.

Prompt and Courteous Attention Given to all Patrons



\ MENUChicken


Soup

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Lettuce Sliced Tomatoes

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Short Ribs of Beef, Brown Sauce

Friccassee of Chicken, with Biscuit
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Steamed Rice Creamed Onions
Model 43 Chassis Five-passenger touring car. Wheel base is 116 inches; double drop frame. :::
Motor 41-4 x 51-4; four cylinders, cast in pairs; unit power plant; cone dutch; selective type transmission Maccaroni au Gratin Eggplant Fritters
; German silver "V" shaped radiator, square tt&type; Stromber carburetor L! f .L floating rear
axle. New Departure bearings; tires, 35 x 41.2; Improved Delco electric starting, lighting and ignition Vanila Ice Cream Cakesystem.
Gasoline capacity, 21.gallons, tank carried at rear, pressure feed; Standard emountable rims;
10 inch upholstering nickel trimmings; body steel; colors: blue or gray, black running gear. Prices Tea Coffee Milk
fully equipped: Touring car, "jlisTiTdelivered. Other models $1,150 to $3,000.

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The beautiful Hotel Alcazar in St. mencement of a movement to clear The Roser Memorial church at
ugustine opened for the tourist seaton the business section of poles and Anna Maria Beach was dedicated re-
Saturday evening under the most wires, and the Sunshine City is to be iently. The church will be strictly HI9IIIIMMMMMMHMMM+.
fccouraging conditions. Many im.rovements congratulated on the move. The St. undenominational. ,
were made on the popular Petersburg Electric Light and Power! '
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Nearly a mile of brick
new paving
about the possibility of raising coffeein i I
will be added to the already large
Work on the Duval street viaducts this state," says the West Palm I mileage in St. Petersburg when the OrlandoT77ater
be started not Beach Tropical Sun. "Coffee trees
Jacksonville is to
work that has been ordered is com
ter than the 9th of February ando were growing and bearing at Capt.:,pleted.
structure is to be completed with- Spencer's place on the east side of I I 2s
Co.
n a year'from that time. The totaljost Lake Worth some twenty" years ago, General Bennett H. Young, com- Light |
of the structure will be between and were doing well. The Sun says mander-in-chief of the United Con-
This via- that three trees were partially shaded
and $150,000. new
100,000
federate Veterans, has named April
uct will be constructed of steel or and the idea seems to be that it wouldbe ElectricityGas
29, 30 and May 1 as the official daysof
concrete. The Times- possible to raise coffee here if the
inforced the 1914 reunion to be held in
Talon says: "This long bridge will effort were made. Possibly, however, Jacksonville.The Water Ice
can so much to the Third ward and the expense of the undertaking would -

will stand for one of the big mu- preclude its being a success. Very police in Jacksonville will soon
of the cheap labor is said to be an essentialand
icipal improvements year
begin a war on those who allegedto
914." there is no cheap labor in Floridaat are Office No. J8 West Central Avenue
present-T.-U. Short Talks. be illegally selling cocaine to the :---
negroes of that city. The guilty par- .
Every telephone patron in St. Pe. ties will be severely punished if apprehended No. 6
rsburg is now talking through the A fine nr piano has been installedin Telephone
mound, the complete new underground the auditorium in Milton.It .
and cable system having been WOOD, COAL AND ICE
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tad putting them underground in the|be enjoying a five-cent rate for elec-
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ESTATE AT A SACRIFICEAs





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


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



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elegant residence on plot 7)x123 facing Lake Eola with or- Five lots on Ruth Avenue, between Broadway and Lockhart

ange, grapefruit 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 One lot 66x138 on Livingston Avenue, between Broadway and

furniture but must be seen to be appreciated. \Vide commodious ; ; Lockhart Avenues, second block from Magnolia.

verandas, partly screened.

Five lots on Milwaukee street, half block from Lake Lucerne

or by AU sidewalks laid all the
60x150 310. on properities.
Nine room house with fivelarge closets and large pantry, kitchen

and bathroom included in a A-No. i condition on a plot 60x130 with

orange trees, half block from Lake Eola. Tracts of five, ten and twenty acres of ;land, at

$15,00 per acre and up, on terms to suit the purchaser.

One lot 75x123, one block from Court House, facing Lake Eola All payments deposited in any Orlando Bank until

with orange, grapefruit, tangerine and kumquat trees. land is inspected and titles approved by the purchaser.

A big lake on this land-eight miles from Orlando on

Four lots 6oxi;0on East Central Avenue, facing Lake Eola, in good roads, and one and one quarter miles from railroad

one of Orlando's best locations. station.



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.. .. The cross-examination by the de-
\ fense seemed to be an attempt to establish -
a fact that the swimmerswere
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ing's property when they were over- ,:: fc>>tiIJI?"

come, and that all the boys did not _= iS \t1 -

rent suits, or dress at the Keating
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casino. In this, however, the defense .
failed to shake the testimony introduced sSooiaty Promotion Usat'ul diving

by the state, all the witnesses

THESTATE : seeming to agree that the bathers
: I I were within a hundred feet of the = iIf WooJrow Wilson an :'
pier all the time, that they were not t
in the water a great while before the Deoi ,lave joined!, lave yon V

BANK undertow got them, and that they did _
secure their suits at the casino.

Following Jackson, Floyd, of Or-

lando, another one of the swimmers, .,.
of Orlando was called. His testimony was much :=- I 17\: .l').i1': (UJtoll1 f I( I(': "-.l lo' 3. .F :

the same as to ack of safety appli. l ,
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ances and so forth. He, however, had

1893 returned to the ,bath house to adjusthis ,_ ,flankAccountChvislmas: ( 2
suit when the truoble occurred i

and only saw the boys in distress 1 \ t ,CkokCertificate i' .
LONG ESTABLISHEDSAFE after they had reached their havenof --=

refuge under the pier, at the last __ of DepositSavings Q,
three or four pliings from the end. =

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lard, of DeLand, who was instrumental -

in helping the rescue of the boys, Money l { iu Cnso / -:
and testified that even when hurry-
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panion had to pay admission to theme I

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t and a fine of $500. Another case of : !
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f'r, Among those who have recently QUIT CHIHUAHUA millij i I : itllii'l'I'' 'ry, II I I \ I:;lilihi"'i'I i I"':,I:,,I:!: I!h I:.I i!I II, lIii I;!;:i;I i',;I',1 I':,1'I ,Irl;i ::1\11\ I T I Ii,:!!Ill. Ix,:III!il'I;:'!I:II'l'\,:':.1, : I I'PI'Ih:I'I ,:,'I'";Ii I'i:I.I "y, hlltil:! ;iii:',IiI':':dl l I'I,,ll1;II:II, "41!I'I,u':''i L,1 ,i1u:I!:I{111JId;",'I'',! "/Illmll!),!II lh:,"'I I,.I'I' :I'I I/ ,' 'I," :--

Don Ferrandou, Tampa; M. K. Butler been guests at the Stuart House was

t Florida; Ed. Wiggins, Florida; L. A. Spencer, whose home is in Or- Special to the Sentinel. "i.'i.'i.'limiittStttt . . . "'HIMIMMM , ..
N. L. Bauman, Akron, 0.; H. G. Sea- lando, but who now is engaged in the El Paso, Dec. 15.-The federals un-

r groatt, Atlanta; W. R. Sobers, Jacksonville U. S. Indian service, as special com- der command of Rubio Navarette,

l ; C. B. Stillwell, Savannah; missioner to the Florida Seminoles, after taking the city of Torreon from YOWELL'An
F J. A. Spruill, Gainesville; B. C. and had just returned from a long the rebels, are declared to be moving H

t l Prince, .Jacksonville; Willis Calloway wearisome trip through the Seminole north in the direction of Chihuahua,
; (A. B. & A.), Jacksonville; M. G. country. He is deeply interested in Villa's headquarters. With most of

Porter, Jacksonville; Burt Hodgman, his work and if all Indian officials Villa's men besieging the federals at
I New York; W. J. Sears, Kissimmee; were like him the Indian would soon Ojinaga, it begins to look as if Villa
J.' H. Wendler, Lakeland; Geo. M. lose his hate of the white man.- will have to quit Chihuahua, and his nQ
1 Holden, Tampa; J. D. Stetson, Jack Palm Beach Post. announced intention of marching to U mav l al

I ,sonville; J. P. Richardson, Tampa; I the Mexican capital for Christmas

;l F. D. Jones, Tampa; P. L. Walker, NOTICE TO ROSALIND MEMBERS! dinner in the national palace will be
Atlanta; J. N. Stanwell, Atlanta; W. at least revised.

A. Lightfoot, Atlanta; G. S. Foster, Will the Rosalind Club members An American army officer is won-

Atlanta; Geo. Paschal, Jacksonville; please remember to send in the names dering if there wasn't considerable
; H. 0. Adams, Tampa; G. II. Miller, of their guests for the holiday event strategy in the evacuation of Chihua-
Jacksonville; John Dickinson, Jacksonville by Wednesday. 17th? hua. Mercado and his army walked NaVY on

; W. A. Anderson, Jacksonville Season members must send in the out of the state capital without fir-
; W. B. Alexander, Cincinnati; names of their escorts. The regular ing a shot and let Villa and his men
Mrs. J. F. Bannon walk in. Then Villa sent of his
and daughter, St. monthly guest cards can not be used most
Louis; Roy Geiger, Kissimmee; L. L. for this occasion men after the federals at Ojinaga.

Lorraine, Clay Springs; H. T. Latner Mrs. Alton B. Whitman, chanman I' Now Navarette's command is coming
and wife, city; Geo. II. Connell, Jacksonville of the invitation committee. from the south against Chihuahua,
An line of Christmas
; Sampson Levy, New Or. from which Villa has taken a majority elegant -

leans; J. W. Pearse, Atlanta; G. R. "TilE BLUE BIRD CLUB"Ill' of his troops and much of his artillery -
Wilby, Atlanta; F. W. Dinnett, Tam- and from the direction of
pa; G. Walker, Jacksonville; F. W. JUNIOR-CIVIC LEAGUEThe I Nuevo Leon and Coahuila another suggestions. These novelties -

Cook, Jacksonville; 0. R. Teague, I federal command is said to be march
Junior Civic League will givea
Tampa; R. L. Fuller, Georgia; Jno.T. i ing against Chihuahua. If Villa recalls
play, "The Blue Bird Club"
at the '
Garner, Atlanta; W. A. Gelby, Orlando opera house the evening of I I his men from Ojinaga the four are going fast.
Boston; J. W. Currie, Atlanta; A. 0. December 20. The entertainment is thousand federals there can march
Martin, Jacksonville. west to Juarez and cut of his base of
to be given for the benefit of the
supplies, as Juarez could easily betaken
poor, and a large attendance is ex-
CITY EMPLOYES MAKING by such a force as Mercado now
pected. The Juniors deserve it. Do
THEIR INVENTORIESIn has.
not fail to encourage them.
accordance with .a resolution I Everything in this
I mammoth
passed at the last session of city WOOD EFFICIENCYThe PEOPLE'S NATIONAL BANK -
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council, several of the city employeshave ISSUING CHRISTMAS' CHECKS
value of the wood buy depends
you -
made report of the city propertyin
stock reducedN.P.YOW
their charge. The resolution required producer.upon its efficiency as a heat I The People's National bank is issuing

all such inventories to be i in thousands of Christmas checks.
the hands of the city clerk by December Dollar for dollar and cent for cent,j They are printed in red and green
the wood we offer is the most efficient -
15th. Those who have made you : and have a likeness of old Santa
their reports are Chief Wm. Dean of, heat producer ever placed on: Claus in one corner. The suggestionthat
the market.
the fire department, and Philip Bunn, the patrons of the bank send a
in charge of the cemetery. All we ask of you is to investigate. Christmas check was seized by them

ELDREDGE. BARLOW. far beyond the expectations of the
Phone 375
Reserved seats are now on sale at bank officers, and the number issued
Curtis & O'Neal's for the Junior BOY WANTED has run into the thousands.

League play, "Christmas With the Apply at Marion B. Ires' store.
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Blue Bird Club. Fifty cents. Must be at store all da). 12-7-tf RITCHIE AND MURPHYTO .' " " .... . . . ,
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Ritchie and Harlem Tommy Murphy FC' ;]

were tonight matched to box twenty
rounds for the world's championship

on the night of January 23. The
lightweights will box under the same

y 1 ? ._ the terms battle as those called which off because were to of govern Ritch I lll 1 HQ TMAQ We will be open

ie's sore nose.
1914 PHAETON : UIIltiiIlIIk! ) Evenings


V \ \ \\\A\V \ ., l LUCERNE! THEATR [[ o o

EY & RAEHhPROPRIETORS : Accommodating Clerks to wait on you.


4 AT THE LUCERNE Everything guaranteed.

Edward Lawrence, Milton & Del-

mar company, December 16, playing
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five nights in tabloids and vaudeville. Come and
\ \ see.
\ \\ '. Three Reels of Pictures
\ \ "The Oath of Otsure Saw" (Majestic
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\ ). Two reels.
4 \ "The Quiet Wedding" (Keystone).

Afternoon show, 2 to 4:30; 5 centsto
all. AM & GO J

Night show, 7:15-8:15-9:15; admission e'Y.elerndL

ORLANDO AUTO AND SUPPLY COMPANY 10 cents, gallery 5 cents U .
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