The daily sentinel
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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 25, 1913
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1913.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 1, no. 269 (Dec. 20, 1913).
General Note: J.F. Schumann, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 4 (Feb. 14, 1913).
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Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Succeeded by: Morning sentinel

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Direct Service Postal Telegraph until 2 a. m. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY. Orlando-Progressive Center of the State.



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Mr. J. D. Mitchill, the expert accountant before
city taxes are not paid

MANY SHOPPERS FROM AND DAIRY FARM HEREC. who is making an audit of January 1, 1914, the tax payers will MAKES REPORT ON WORK I TO RUDE AND FATAL

MAKING PURCHASES I the city books, will present a portion be penalized three per cent of the TERMINATION

I of his report to the adjourned meet-
amounts due after that date.

ing of city council to be held Monday I The tax books open October Ikand


BUT IT WAS A GOOD DAY POSSESSION OF TilE ready by Thursday morning, when it are of October payable, November at par during and the December.moruhs OF U FOHTUX.TES MOST OF DEAD CHILDRENMEN

SCHMITENDORF RANCH /is/ designed that the retiring city After that time the delinquents are QUIETLY DONE

council and the city commissionersshall
penalized one per cent. per

MANY STORES WILL REMAIN The yilliam Schmitendorf fruit meet in joint session. I for every month elapsed since the For a very large proportion of Or- RUSHED OVER WOMEN

OPEN UNTIL NOON TODAYTO and dairy farm, a.little more than a There was some discussion last. books were opened. Thus on January lando homes this Christmas morn will AND CHILDREN IN THEIR

MAKE DELIVERY OF mile to the south of Orlando, border- Monday night in council of when the, 1 the penalty will be three per cent., be felt the joy of having brought FRENZY TO REACH THE
final of the .
ing on tue: south side of Sunset lake, meeting city council on February 1 and through the month Christmas cheer and comfort to those
has been sold to C. J. Criner, of Cof- was suggested that: the penalty will be four per cent., and less fortunate, of having ministeredas

feeville, Kansas. the last meeting be held the night of during March five per cent., and Aprils for Christ's sake upon His birth-

With almost one accord the chorus The property is one of the most at- December 31, to pass upon all i 1 the tax payers will have to settle day unto the needy, the lonely and Calumet, Mich., Dec. '.'1.-Seventy-

of prosperity among Orlando mer-I tractive places in this section, and prior to turning over the city government . with the city attorney and pay the the sad. six persons are known to have been

chants as told in the Christmas business .','the, transaction is one of considerable to the commissioners, but there: added cost of collection. It is likely While the true Christmas spirit of killed and half a dozen seriously injured -

of dissent from was objection to th edate, and over a score trampled upon
is without a note importance. The deal was made some as that many tax payers will overlookthis "peace on earth, good will towards
has been a : several affairs of social and bruised in a panic tonight resulting -
the general opinion; it through the real estate agency of importanceare provision of the law, and will man" has seemed verily "in the air,"
it is the best I I scheduled for that date. from a false alarm of fire in an
good season, some say ,a D. Chadwick. consequently be surprised when they yet probably none have realized its

the town has ever experienced, nearly I' The new proprietor has taken pos- On the other hand, the city commis- come to pay up. pervading influence more fully than Italian hall, where three hundred wo-
last I sioners will be men and children of striking
all say it is better than the pre- session, and will do a lot of improvement constructively in : The city policy in this respect is have those connected with the "chari- copper
all of the administration miners in Calumet had assembled for
and charge the
ceding holiday trade, agree I| work. lie will add a thousand rather the reverse of that observed ties" work. One of these, temporarilyin

that there is no cause to complain.! budded trees to the grove. There are birth of the new year, and the view i.i the collection of state and county charge of this labor, has spent a a Christmas entertainment.That .

There is another point upon which !'forty acres in the tract. may be taken that any act of the 'taxes. In the payment of these a large part of the time since early the death list might reach
unanimity-they all council after that time would be ille four score is predicted by the author-
there is perfect i I Mr. Criner has been pretty well two per cent. discount is allowed during Monday morning in answering tele-
gal. ities. Most of the dead are children. '
their a '
wish the people, patrons .over the state and selected Orlando, November and a one per cent phone inquiries connected therewith,
Christmas. This will be decided Monday The exercises were about to be concluded -
peaceful and happy 'after viewing many other prospects. I ciscount: in December, and from and in arranging for the distributionof
fault expressed night. While there is ob- when an unidentified miner rail {
There was but ,one some uary 1 until the books close they Jan-I Christmas dinners and other packages
the merchants yesterday,i I jection to holding the meeting on the up the stairway leading to the hail.
among payable at which are today giving glad-
'and all the people haven't found us par. i and shouted "
against the last night of the it is not im-
which was a complaint year There will likely be a rush: at the i ness and comfort to old and young in
and exceedingly i I yet, we have had a better business probable that the objections will be A mad rush for the stairway fol-
weather. It was a damp
city clerk's office during the last days each of several families-all who have
than last and
Christmas Eve, this season are looking overruled on account of the probable lowed. Stalwart men brushed women
f disagreeable cf the year to save the penalty.Come been reported to the acting chairmanof
forward much better in
and had its inevitable effect on busi- to a year illegal sitting of the old council on and children aside, and madly dashed

!11914. Convey our wishes for a happy I January 1, for the aldermanic I II this committee within recent weeks down the stairs in the excitement.
sys- I
ness. I'Christmas to the people," said R. L. tern'of II I and see us for anything in ''I having had a goodly share of Christ Some tripped and fell
"We can't kick," said S. W. West, government comes to an end and other
of the'-McCrory ten cent Bunch, of Hammond & Bunch. i iat midnight December 31, 1913. I I(ur line. Curtis & O'Neal. mas remembrance.The plunged downward, and soon the
manager Masons have this
"I believe that the crowd of shop- I aided work,
stairway became jammed with
store, and as he spoke he looked out L, __ _ ___ .-- ------ as is their custom each Christmas.tide a masof
the that - ---
of and pers in town today is largest struggling humanity.
over a small army purchasers one of their "charities" which is
I've ever seen in Orlando on the day IIIIIIIIIIIIOIIIIIIIIIIIH< ( } f"IIII Forced
lot of clerks. "Trade has on by the rush from behind,
.. busy
very always deeply appreciated being the
"butI .before Christmas, said Jos. L. I women and children
been good enough, he continued, THE SENTINELS CHRISTMAS GREETING gift of the Christmas dinner for all pushed
Guernsey, of the Guernsey hardware I headlong downward into the .
hadn't rained. ma**
it j
do inmates of the Church Home and Hos,
"We've had the best Christmas store. "Our trade is not much affected I Just a good old fashioned greeting, Little children who couldn't go, fa"t
trade in the history of our business," by the holiday season, since we do I Just a glad halloo to say: The and infirm enough to get out of the 'way of those
aged who form the'
said Newton P. Yowell, "and we aregrateful not deal in Christmas goods to any I wish you "Merry Christmas !" coming behind were crushed and
large family at the County Home
for it and wish the people all 'extent, but our business has been I In the good old fashioned wy; have also been remembered, and:, smothered beneath the weight of the
shall be : good, and we are satisfied. The pea I pushing down mass them.
a happy Christmas. We Just the same, old tiins remembrance, their upon
: show evidences of and pleasure over, and appreciationof I
pie prosperity,
closed all day tomorrow. I i. We sincerely wish once more,
each little
thought fo rthem is
"Every meal that I have eaten since'' we are sure that the most of them l|: With a merrier Merry Christmas pa-. -
thetic. Last Sunday a large number VILLA MOYESIWITH\
will Christmas. In the
enjoy a happy II'
store and Than
Sunday has been sent to the I you've ever had before.
iof people from the
young Baptist
North there is a saying that a green I
of show case, I
taken from the top a "That' Christmas makes a big graveyard, 1' }"lelllm'lllelllltl.elllll !(church, with Rev. Dr. Poulson, went t TROOPS ONtOJINACA I
the jeweler.
H. Evans
said 1---- _ ___ _ out to the County Home,
have been. ; but that doesn't hold good in Florida. I ---- giving a - -- -- --- -
may indicate how busy we "treat" long to be remembered all
: the but by
We've Christmas

Our business has least been well twenty-five above that percent that is got the usual green thing, and we fear:;, PUBLIC CHRISTMAS TREE PRESIDENT ENJOYS HIS ':<:who were present. Dr. Poulson gavea IN SPEECH TO SOLDIERS TELLS
of last .ear-at
brief talk and
no such doleful as the ) packages of candy,
Ican't consequences

better state, positively I should,guess as ,I though haven't ; saying suggests." I TO BE GIVEN IN OPEN AIR CHRISTMAS ABOARD CAR ;;with the inmates.little gifts For, were several distributed to THEM TO FIGHT TOUE.TII

years past
but I know it''! "Orlando looks better to me than j
compared figures; "
Please say''' ever*," said James L. Giles, "and I some young girls of the Episcopal .
has been much better. believe that the town faces the most I ORLANDO TO HAVE GATHERING I.MRS. WILSON DECORATES WITH !;church have made a Christmas visitto Special to the Sentinel. -

for us that our store will be open until -; in all its history. I AFTER MANNER OF I i HOLLY AM WHITE HOUSE the County Home, and trie's-care Chihuahua, Dec. 24.-The first definite -
noon tomorrow for the delivery of prosperous year : move against the federals en-
TRINKETSSpecial ,1
planning to tomorrow
have an abiding faith in Orlando'sfuture I go afternoon,
packages. |I I camped at Ojinaga was made today
and I'm I here. Dean Gray and others accompanyingthem.
glad am living I I
until the
"I wrapped packages : Newt when five thousand
have Following the example of to the Sentinel. rebel cavalry
sight of one gives me a feeling of. This is my Christmas sentiment"Mr. Atlanta, Ga., Dec. 24.-The most troops with ten field pieces entrainedon
!} A.' II. Carmack who has I York and other larger cities was not The children have also taken an
faintness," said Ed. II. Allen, the jew- the motive which suggested the open j picturesque Christmas ever enjoyedby active part in shedding Christmas the Kansas City, Mexico & Orient
Orlando live from
eler. "Our business has been much [Ito recently to President Wilson is that which he railroad.
I air Christmas tree which will be given i sunshine.' Beside their labors in the
Brownsville Pa. invested
better than last year's. We've had is spending with his family aboard Villa will assume personal direction
near the court house tomorrow evening recent entertainment given the
I by
the Duckworth !
I Yowell said
I could do. We are well sat- company, : I the private car "Ideal" tonight. of the
all that we operations. He
: it will bea
I j"I '! for the children of Orlando. The Junior Civic League (the proceeds for says
like Orlando well and have such
isfied. The people have bought well, so 'I with Santa Claus There is no tree to celebrate the : fight to the death, and that a deter-
idea originated and this work) the children of the public
la that it is of the
strong feeling one
and everybody seems happy. I I I Ii he doesn't see why Orlando shouldn'thave night before Christmas, but Mrs. Wilson school and also of the Cathedral mined effort will be made to wipe out
best towns I know of that have
"The volume of our business has i I brought with her enough White all the federals in the state.
just as big and good a ChristI school made a special fund each to-
come to It looks good to me. I
been better than it was last year bya i House trinkets and holly with which In a speech to his soldiers before
I of the cities.
At the Curtis & O'Neal store a'mas tree as any big ward helping with Christmas cheer
good deal," said E. G. Duckworth.I business The tree is a real live tree, and it I to decorate the car. for the needy, whil etwo "clubs" of they departed he exhorted them to
splendid was reported.
"Gcod enough, and no cause to com-1 Butt's Kitchen "It looks I i will be beautifully illuminated by the Numerous telegrams. of the "Merry small maidens did likewise, and one fight their hardest, but expressed hi,-
Candy :
plain. We shall close tonight; for the I Christmas" type and a large batch confident belief that the federal
Electric There
: like total Pierce company. 'small boy who had earned his own
business is going to upj i
entire day, though some of the boys extending congratulations on signingthe would either be
I I annihilated driven
i much better than last year's, but wecan't be a large bright star at the top of spending money, prepared with care-
may be down tomorrow. the tree, representing the Star of the currency bill reached the presi- ful earnestness box of across the border.
tell it's been a "goodies" to
"Christmas business has been pret-j just yet; good. J I dent tonight.The .
[East which guided the Three Wise send another lad who would have had Extra ammunition for the attack '
"Better than F. N. i
ever, reported
ty good with us, said H. Kanner. Boardman. "We'll take full hoi-]:len to the place where the Christ I presidential party will reach !,little to mark this season. on Ojinaga is to be shipped from
"We'll take a half holiday tomorrow."I a Pass Christian, Miss., at six Juarez. The
i was born.i o'clock'I To each and all who have furtheredthis troops are expected t"
"I'll always stand for a boost," said iday. j I tomorrow morning, and will proceed reach
I "The trade in our line has run to 'i: Santa Claus has been advertising in work the members of the chari- Ojinaga next Wednesday.TWO .
"I won't that I
we after
Berman. their
Nat say I directly to home
smaller than usual said'Mr. 1!i the Sentinel for the little ones to ties committee would express their
that could do, but purchases for three l
all we the next weeks.
have I !write him their wants, and he has I KILLED IN
brisk and the Charles E. Lartigue. "I do not !i I grateful appreciation of the co-opera- KENTUCKYAS
been The has
business has upon president issued orders
I know whether to attribute this to : made an effort to get presents for all I tion which has brought relief where RESULT OF FErn
whole satisfactory, though I hardly I a that he is not to be disturbed, and:
think it is as good as it was last;(lack of money or to a more economical ;;who! have written him. About two I there will be; no access to him except'sorely needed. Among those thus aid- Pineville, Ky., Dec 24.-Two me.,

I turn among the people. Perhaps hundred letters were received. In' for from his ing they would express their gratitude were killed and two probably fatally j
I year. tit is mixture of the two rather than addition to a present for each of secretary also to "Central" for the unfailing wounded today in a four-hour battle
has been satis-j a :
"Our business very II provided Jos. P. Tumulty, who is on guardat I
I either. these, old Santa has a gift courtesy and patience shown through between officers and
I'm sure we couldn't have( an indication of We shall the White House. members of the
expected ito be much better. No I close at noon tomorrow." I: for retiring Mayor Reynolds and I these very busy days when the 'phone Hendrickson clan, headed by "Happy

I ," reportedV. "Better than last year in spite of:Mayor-elect Sperry service was of utmost importance in John" Hendrickson, a notorious moun
complaint, assure you Santa Claus is DID YOU LOSE A GRIP? 'I
a busy fellow, and planning the work.
!I taineer.
N. Tuttle of the Tuttle Gift Shop. the bad weather. Marion B. Ives. Hendrickson and his men

"Although we are in a new location, (Continued on last page.) if that Christmas party he is arranging -I lost I escaped, but the posses are searchingthe
for Somebody a grip at the station
tomorrow evening isn't the Most things come to those who hills tonight, and another encoun-

most joyous occasion ever, it will not last night, and took away anotherone I meet them half way. ter is expected. _

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on his part. Santa is to have I the one taken !left the other at the -- -

CHRISTMAS GIFTS FOR WHICH ORLANDO IS eight little Santa and four charming I station in charge of the agent. He HMIIIIIIMHHIIIM* "

THANKFULBy girls to aid him in distributing his i wants his own grip and hopes theparty i

Rifts. I taking his will return it to the! MAYOR-ELECT E. F. SPERRY WANTS MORE I J

The Orlando band will make music agent and get his own. I

new city charter. A new Lake Eola park. Bonds and everybody is invited to be pres- x 4

voted for paving all the city streets. Other bonds voted ent at 6 o'clock; everything will be 'THE WEATHER I l "I wish to convey to the people of Orlando my wishes .1

for paving the main thoroughfares throughout the for a joyful Christmas. .
over by 7. At 7SO another tree will Florida: Rain Thursday; colder in I believe one of the needs in 1

county. The new forty thousand dollar Methodist be given at the Baptist church.CIIRlSTI.S north and central portions. Friday I, Orlando is for more amusement places. I refer to out

church. The new Yowell-Duckworth building. The new fair and much colder. High shifting I door amusements in particular. There should be play- f

Empire hotel. A hundred new residences. Hundreds of BALL AT ELKS winds.If I grounds'for the young and the adults as well. I shall ,

new permanent residents. These are Christmas gifts Invitations have been devote my best endeavors to providing such places, where :
I issued to the :
a that should make optimists of us all. the people may find wholesome and healthful recreation."
Christmas ball which will be given at you want the news, read the f

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ALASKAN CONSERVATION Give it by the Box for Montgomery's Motion |GRAND

Picture Co'sTODAY


'" -
Washington, Dec. 23.-Outlining a
; proposed land policy for Alaska, assorted Chocolates and Bon Bons,
which includes an administrativeboard
having charge of all the nat- packed in Fancy Boxes, 75c. per lb., half TODAY CHRISTMAS-Special Program DAY for
ural resources of the territory, the
s annual report of Secretary of the Interior pound, 40c. Beginning our new Film Service par excellence:
Franklin P. Lane was made VITAGRAPH'S John Bunny Special, "Bunny for the
public today. We are prepared to furnish our PurityIce Cause."
Fully half of the twenty-six pagesin SELIG'S Two-Heel Feature of War, "The Invisible Gov
the report deal with the Alaskan Cream at lowest rates to Boarding ernment."

situation, which in the opinion of the DOC BAKER, and his big voice, in three Screaming
secretary is of the utmost importanceto Houses, Hotels and private Homes. Character Hits.
the country. The withdrawal of The Grand's Real Orchestra
lands in Alaska and their reservationby Call to see us and let us quote you priccs. Matinee 3:30. Evenings 6:30 Continuous
the government, following the discovery lOc.5c.FRIDAY .
of natural resources had pre DEC. 26th
cluded the development which should Vitagraph's Greatest Masterpiece
'. have taken place in the territory, according "FRUITS OF VENGEANCE"A
i to the secretary. The report MAYER, 134 Orange Ave.4liimilMim'IIMIMWMMIIIIMMMMMMillMM. tragedy of the circus, two reels-and two other
says: Splendid
"The largest body of unused and DOC BAKER
.c neglected land in the United States is lOc. Other Features 20c.
Alaska. It is now nearly half a cen- A Tip: Don't miss this, the greatest picture show

tury since we purchased this territory you have ever seenDON'T
and it contains today less than WINTER PARK CATHOLIC CHURCH
40,000 white inhabitants, less than MISS TO-DAY
1,000 for each year it has been in Winter Park, Fla., Dee:23.- Ir. A. Christmas day services in the Cath-
our possession. The purchase was i V. Mason, of the Winter Park Auto olic church as follows:
made as a means of protection 'company, has just received a ship Low Mass, 5 a. m. Matinee 3:30:
against the possible aggression of a 'ment of 1914 Buick cars and he tellsus Low Mass, 7:30 a. m. 5 C lOciMMIIMMHIMMMMItlMMMMMMMIi
foreign nation and without the hope that some of these are already High Mass and sermon, 10 a. m. Evenings 6:30 Continuous
that it would be even selfsupporting.In sold and the prospects are that he Benediction of the Blessed Sacra.
the intervening 46 years we have_ will need a new shipment very soon. ment, 5 p. m. Great Christmas Program
given it little more than the most casual lIe reports a very good business.We All are cordially invited.
concern, yet its mines, fisheries are glad to report that the I H I i i I M 1 1 1 m :::::: MM ItIt::::: MMtMMMIHIMM l:
and furs alone have added to our parks on the west side of the depotare FARMER KILLED FROM AMBUSH
wealth the grand sum of $500,000- being cleaned up, this adds very -
!. For and
000.5:? much to the looks of the grounds I Dublin, Ga., Dec. 23.-James Kirkland Economy purchase
Proceeding to his plan for a more !about the depot, also is a great improvement -
I a middle aged farmer, was killed W RIG H T. power of your mon-
: .
that section of the town.
of Alaskan to
development resources co
proper from ambush as he sat on the veranda REALTYFOR & E6D
.. the secretary says: Many tourists are coming in now i of his home. Twelve buckshot entered REAL ESTATE ey "Try Wright's" Farm
"In my judgment the way to deal and the prospects look very favorablefor t his breast.
with the problem of Alaskan resources a good season. I A coroner's jury today held Buster 'Our Business and Garden Seeds. in

PpI is to establish a board of directors We are glad to note that Mr. Walter -j Carver, a young farm hand, on the Orlando Florida bulk. "Motto" Quantityand
: to have this work in charge. Drennen has opened his new packing charge of committing the crime. Carver -
Into the hands of this board or com- house at Maitland. This is one of. had recently been discharged by Quality.
mission I would give all the national the finest equipped packing houses in g Kirkland. He protests his innocence.
assets in that territory, to be used the state, and we wish Mr. Drennen Fresh Farm Eggs, 40 cents dozen; Ice, 40 cents 100 pounds; Best Creamery Butter, 40

primarily for her improvement-her much success. WOOD, COAL AND ICE cents; Sweet Milk, 13 cents quart, 7 cents pint; Oranges 10 cents dozen; Limes 10 cents
'. lands, fisheries, Indians, Eskimos, The Winter Park Citrus Growers' dozen; Butter Milk, 10 cents quart. Chesepeak Bay Oysters, (selects) 50 cents quart, 30
seals, forests, mines, waterways, rail- packing house has closed down for Wo.d, $1.50 a strand up. Hand's cents pint.
roads-all that the nation owns, cares the Christmas holidays and will reopen Ctal Yard, phtne 566. 9-31-tf
.I Individual Package 10 lbs. Ass't Fruits, "That Xmas Present" delivered by Express,
for, controls or regulates. Congress about the middle of January.The
should determine in broad outline the local association has only shipped II I Subscribe for The Daily Sentinel. I (charges prepaid) all points east of Rocky Mountains, at your door $1.35 cash with order.

policies which this board in a liberal about five thousand boxes thus far
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discretion should elaborate and ad- this season. The crop in this section)
till,,. iIi IIi 00 Oil OH IiHIIOH1110III01111111S1110$
minister, much as" is done to the Phli-: is very short. I FIRE INSURANCE
ippines. This board would of course' The management of the Lyric the- :
have nothing whatever to do with the ater has changed hands this week. ,: The Good Old Christmas Carolsare
internal affairs of the organized Ter- Mr. A. W. Mason, of Winter Park I
ritory of Alaska, for It would exercise has just completed an up-to-datje': ': charming when played
no powers save such as congress California style bungalow. We are I'' '" T1II' I'''' 1I ip on a Kimball Piano. You ITYAt1D fO Success,

granted over the property of the also glad to report that he has recently -I certainly should have one in COUNTRYRRALESTAIE
United States in Alaska." purchased some more propertyon your house. Give yourself
Chapman avenue. C the pleasure of good music ( JANSEN
PRESIDENT WILSON TO Mr. Baldwin Palmer, of New York for the rest of your life by : RL ,
\ HAVE GEORGIA FRUIT CAKE city, arrived yesterday, bringing with r : making yourself a present of IMPROVED AND, rfoTARYORLANDO {
". a Knabe Piano. You can afford UMIMPROVE
him a new Overland car. We
\* Atlanta, Ga., Dec. 23.-President congratulate Mr. Spangehl and Mr. it all right. Our prices pbuBuc*
and terms insure that. FLORIDA.
Woodrow Wilson's fruit cake will be a Palmer on the great improvementwhich r
Georgia product this year. It has they have made on their Lake ' Knabe Grands
Knabe Upright
been made in Georgia by a Georgia Osceola properties. Mr. Spangehlwas "
"The Worlds Best Pianos. Office in Rock Building N. ORANGE AVE. Opposite San Juan Hotel
woman, following that same Georgia called to New York on important
Kimball Player I
recipe that Mrs. Woodrow Wilson business but we hope to see him back Kimball I Upright and Grand Pianos
used to use when she was a Georgia about January 1st. Messrs. Spangehland
girl, and it has already been shipped Palmer are the owners of a very
to the White House, where it will occupy fine grove property on Lake Killar- A Number of Slightly Used CHRISTMAS GIFTS
a place of honor on the presi- ne)". I j I
dentiaj dinner table. Mr. F. E. Spooner, of Chicago, just
The fruit cake was baked by request arrived yesterday to spend the win-:( Very CheapDrennen..Lattner Gloves Silk Hosiery NeckwearFine
t by Mrs. John Dodds, of Cedar- ter at his beautiful home on Lake Os-+'
town. And there was a special rea- ceola. I| Linen Handkerchiefs
son. Mrs. Dodds, as Miss Maggie Anyone wishing to see one of the
Walker, was a parishioner of Rev. most beautiful spots in Orange county \ Vanity Cases Leather Bags f
Axson, Mrs. Wilson's father. When should walk down Interlachen ave- CoM
Woodrow Wilson was nominated for nue and see the Osceola park which and other Novelties

president, Mrs. Dodds wrote a congratulatory belongs to Mr. C. H. Morse, of Chicago -,
note to Mrs. Wlison, and i Orlando, Fla.
added that she would like to bake the The Seminole Hotel company is tobe MISSES HAMILTON & DUNN
I f Christmas cake for the first Christmas congratulated on the looks of the I
in the White House. Mrs. Wilson grounds around the New Seminole.We .
replied that she was not sure of are glad to report that most of
for Barclay CorsetsMcCall's
residing in the White House. After the; houses in Winter Park are occu-
the election Mrs. Dodds wrote again, pied, and we hope that some of our PatternsHammond
recalling her previous letter. In due Winter Park friends will follow in .
time, the request for the cake came the footsteps of Mr. A. W. Mason by
to Mrs. Dodds' hands. Mrs. Dodds is building some more up-to-date bunga -- _
famous among her friends in Georgiaas .

a cake baker.J lows.Mr.. A. Schuetz, of Winter Park, r
has his office next door to the Read- -
WILSON NAMES POSTMASTERS ing Room, and is in a position to buyor &
sell any kind of real estate. If you
Washington, Dec. 23.-President wish to buy or sell, see Schuetz for
; Wilson has made these nominations: real estate.SCHMIDT. t DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.REAL .

Florida-Alma P. Carmichael, Melbourne -

Myers.; Corinne T. Summerlin, Fort SHAMS HIS MADNESSNew 12 Touring Cars VALUES LOW PRICES

Georgia-Anna Ard, Lumpkin; Harvey York, Dec. 23.-Alienists who COMPARE
C. Bunn, Watercress; J. H, Cot- took the stand to testify that Hans now on road. Place your .

ter, Manchester; Walter L. Harrell, Schmidt, the former priest, slayer of andr avoid being [dis OUR FURNITURE
Quitman; Frank S. Murray, Fort Valley his sweetheart, Anna Aumueller, is order

; J. M. Scott, Bainbridge; William insane, were bitterly fought by the I AVe provide the quality furniture that has long
appointed.F. .
W. Webb, Hahira. state's attorneys, who introduced I been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the
__ North Carolina-Louis G. Daniels, equally prominent experts, who declared -I I standard of merit. If an article is here it is good.
Newburn; W. A. Gibson, Bryson City that the slayer is merely put-: G. RUSH It wouldn't be here were it otherwise. We can't make
R. S. Montgomery, Reidsville; A. M ting up a sham of madness to save this point too clear-it is one of the foundation stonesof
t Sanders, Smithfield; John R. Swann, himself from the chair. this business, and that means much to any buyer.

Marshall. Dr. Lichtenstein, the Tombs physician Phone 226
Virginia' -Charles A. Funkhouser, ; was the first witness called. lIe
," Dayton; William C. :Menefee, Rocky I was cross-examined on Schmidt's con- McNEILL & DAVIS BLOCK,

Mount; Hay T. Thornton, Richmond. fession. ? ,. Cor..[Orange Ave. and Church St., Orlando, Fla.

Cash Registers. Warman fixes 'em If you want the news, you need'IJ J L - J 1'
on Court .street 12-5-tf the Sentinel. II j :ii t
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A BIG HOLIDAY. Orlando, F1orida.
Have your room or house ;
Talk about your crowds! People .
all cleaned without dust trouble 1906-1913
came to Orlando yesterday from or .
directions and in all kinds of convey
ances. The holiday trade for this of moving furniture :
season has exceeded the most sanguine -
expectations of merchants sc I ii
far, and it is believed that the sales i I As the old year draws to a dose, many of us wonder what

yesterday were the largest in the history .I! I i The Pierce Electric Co. send an Experienced :. has become of the resolutions made in the beginning- he
of the city.
The reason for all this is that local man. : year, to open a BANK ACCOUNT. Some have stuck by their
merchants have the finest selections .
of all kinds of goods for holiday pre: resolution, and are now enjoying the ownership of a BANK BOOK,
ents and it is not necessary to go tc 1 SEE THEM FOR TERMS
outside cities and pay railroad fares I! with big round figures written therein, which mean so much to one

when you can buy the same goods al I "
I on a uRAl NY DAY.
home. Patronize home merchants

larger who advertise cities can goods not at compete prices with that T rl[ [ [L[ T I
and where you will get value. received e To you who have not realized the joy of your resolution
for every dollar expended.NO
through the 0 d year, MAKE ANOTHER, START NOW, and appreciate

Atlanta, DC. There will be no - '
Christmas gifts in the shape of executive t benefit. .
pardons in Georgia this year.
Governor John M. Slaton is dead set

against the custom of pardoning convicts IHnods T ITY but once
simply because it happens to be -

Christmas time, and applicants for M. M. SMITH, President. W. M. DAVIS, Vice.President.! G. E. NOLAN, Cashier
the law
executive interference with @ t
have to bring forward some more
forceful argument than that it would
be a pleasant thing for the prisoner A COMPLETE HOUSE :
to be able to spend his Christmas .
with his wife and children. Bungalow-New-Modern :

Not that Governor Slaton is hard Lot covered with fine large trees full of oranges and '.. SPECIAL FOR
hearted. He is the exact opposite,,
grapefruit. Five rooms and bath. Located just oil Eola
but he believes in tempering mercy;
with justice. lie has granted during Park and only a few blocks from Court House. We knowof
his administration a number of par no other house in Orlando to compare with it at the Xmas
dons which prove beyond questionthat price. Terms. t I Tt\: Holidays
he has a kind heart as well asa II
judicial head but he sees no reason I
why the bars should be let down at I ___
Christmas time more than at another : \ t \ \ Regular $6 and $7 Pants
Near Lake Underhill. Finest grove land and finest grovesin
season of the year. : Orange County. Develop a grove on your monthly spare
One or two pardons and commuta : change. PRICE $50 PER ACRE. Timber practically pays
tions have been granted during this Made to Your Measure
: clearing. : ,
latter part of December, but every 4\i\ 1
case has been simply on its merits,,I'
and would have resulted the same i iit il:: NO INTEREST-NO TAXES : f

had not been the Christmas season II II II until you own the- deed. .. ;iy $3.50


BEACON AT EGMONT KEY :: Room 2. Watkins Block. :. _________________________
Dec. 23.-A controlled .mtiiiiiitimiiHMiiiiiitiimitimt. 1
Tampa sun
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gas beacon light is to be installed tt'IIIIIIIIIIIIIII'IIIII'1111111181'11111"IIIIIIIIIl i-f// C. L. PIP=: T
immediately on Egmont Key near
Clearwater, west coast of Florida, ac
cording to W. W. Demeritt, govern l:jj The Altamonte 34 CHUECH STREETSLEMONS
ment lighthouse inspector, who left .
here today for that point to begin .
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work. !:: Altamonte Springs, Florida : ----- --
When the sun's rays strike the lightit qllllllllllllllllllllllllllll.I.I..I.III"'I..111111"'I""I'i I'.e"llllllttW.
is automatically put out with the :
exception of a pilot light which burns, (I IsTOTXT OPEN ,
continuously. When the rays are obscured .
by a cloud or at the approach i: Most beautiful spot in all Florida
of darkness the light begins to flash i: Nine miles from Orlando. Every comfort M.
against it. Its cost is about $12,000and ( i: and amusements, Golf, etc. Among : .
the inventor won the Nobel prizeof I: the tall pines, between two lovely lakes. :
$30,000. About twenty tons of
Cusine and service first-class.
steel will be used in its construction.

!:. ur ew fall boons re ow Coffling in


Washington, Dec. 23.-President
Wilson tonight left at 10:40 for Pass .
Christian, Miss., for a vacation of

Wilson three weeks., Misses In Eleanor the party and were Margaret Mrs Be a Practical S. P. U. G. We sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co.

Wilson, Miss Helen Woodrow made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes.Bo"s' .
Even if do not have active member-
Bones, three secret service men and you an
W. G. Webster, a clerk in the execu ship in the society. Use hard common sense Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and Towels.

tive office. Secretary Bryanill in the selection of your Christmas gifts. Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co.
spend his Christmas at Miami, Fla.MMMMMMMMIIMMtti.
Every lady appreciates a nice box of Station- & Co. Best place in the city to trade.
ery, a pretty Book or an Alligator Purse, or
Automobile For Hire j Hand Bag. Any gentleman has use for a hand-

1 some Calendar, a box of 'Gentleman's Club'1 t./
New Five PassengerPHONE : SLEMONS
size Stationery, an Alligator Belt or a pret- W.
il 419 ty Paper Weight. All of these articles and


FIT GLASSES GRIND LENSES ful and practical gifts for the Holiday sea
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son. Our pretty red and green wrapping p.perLnd I
twine gives them a very Christmas ap- The Cathedral SchoolEAST I MMMMMMIMMIMMIMMMMMMMMMtmiiMM- y

'a.i: pearance. CENTRAL AVENUE | The Gem The Antiseptic i

l/j W. S. BRANCH, Orlando's Select Boarding and Barber Shop

Day School For Girls
Primary, Intermediate, and College
OPTOMETRIST j Congress hydraulic enameled chairs, keen-edged implements, elec1
Preparatory ii \ '
tric massage and hair dryer.
(Successor to Dr. 0. P. Likins) Also Courses in :Music, Art, Elocution I EXPERT WORKMEN
i 5c CRISPETTES 5c : Domestic Science, Physical Cul Shoe-shining stand for Full line of tobaccos,
ORLANDO, FLORIDA ture. | ladies and gentlemen. cigars and cigarettes.

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Individual attention. Loving care. ...11.11.1111.1.111111111.11.1111.111111111111111111'
I IF NOT, WHY NOT? At your at favorite dealers or at .
The Crispette Factory,26 W. Pine ,Street. .

.. ttiilllMIIIIIIIHiiliil Oldest 19 W.Consultation Church Established Orlando Street Free, Practice Up Examination -.Stairs In .12-Z.-tt THE CRISPETTE 26 W. PINE CO.STREET !jjililMMIMMIMMIMMillMMMMiMMMititllIMM property the THEY They Sentinel sell ARE every, want\STEADY rent day.ads.For and WORKERS results exchange try READ[4 I THE[ DAILY f [NIINl\[

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South Florida Sentinel A. Y. FUI.IER R. L. FOX I
t. MORNING .AND WEEKLY Miss MargaretHill, of Conway, a'' OF THIRTEEN PER CENT : ;w, Nice Country

JOSIAW. FERRIS, Editor'and Owner bright and popular student of the -. THE PALMS AUTO COREO :1! $2200
at the postoffke at Orlando Fiori Cathedral school, has the misfortuneof
jond Class Mail Matter. being ill at Christmas-tide, and instead The Christmas season is fragrantwith :

"ASCRIPTION RATES of spending her holidays at many precious memories of by- : MOTOR CARS :I I 10 acres of fine citrus .land I.

TilE DAILY SENTINELOne home as she had expected, is occu- gone days that hang about it in rich
.......... 5.0C the : For long life and low cost of upkeep. We also a ready to set out. Two acres of
Year .......... ? pying a room in the McEwan sanita- clusters, and we do well to cherish carry

Six Months .....H'........... 2.50 rium. But even though Miss Hill is sacred and hallowed of earlier years, : full stock of supplies and accessories. Have a good forceof j which is good truck land. All

........ ....... 1.25
Three Months debarred from many festivities, she but all the joy and gladness of the : 'newly fenced. New five room
has the distinction of having a private Christmas are not linked with the -. competent repair men. All our work is absolutely
all in
bungalow, perfect
Christmas tree, which apparently past. A million children shout and .
Christmas gift. was left in her room some time sing over what they see and taste : tion. Joins one of Orange counties -

last night by Santa Claus. Although and handle of the present hour, and :
o finest groves. On hard road
first. miniature, the tree was a perfect men and women in every sphere of -
Saw you specimen, its branches bearing gay human activity are made glad by near town. This is a big bar
o decorations and and the achieve- : THE PALMS AUTO CO
Oh, what a beautiful doll! many pretty gifts present prosperity gain.
o from the members of the faculty of ments of the present year.

the school. In the educational realm the evi- FULLER & FOX, Proprietors.HMIMIMIMHtMIMMmMKHMttMtmHHmilM.
Socks and necktie-what'd you get? Atha
o dences of success are not so tangibleas ,

:> FAVORITE THEATER in the sphere of business, and the
But a few days until the swearingoff -or. ] IOIIIIIIIIIIt. lllllcaCI'JIIII lllllillllllll ( ,I
processes are much slower, yet it is 111 SOUTH ORANGE .\lEI .
time arrives; make the most of I
them. Christmas Specials possible by close scrutiny to learn .. 'i

o "PELLEAS AND MESILANDE" something of actual conditions.The Orlando, Florida
schools of Orange county showan i
101' 'Bison feature. This I
The English poet laureate has writ-
interpretation of Maurice Maeter increase of thirteen per cent. in 1253m.HlltimttiitMMIOIHN: .
ten a Christmas poem. Aside from
linck's powerful drama will be wel- enrollment over last year, and a con-
that, however, there is every pros-
pect for a joyful Christmas.o comed by the theater patrons of Or- siderable addition has been made to Notice to uto Owners
o lando. It is a decided deviation from school equipment by the purchase of i - ---'- --------

Brand Whitlock was consignedto the present day motion picture pro- desks, maps, globes, charts, apparatus !
duction rife etc., and several school buildings
and presents a story
political oblivion in Toledo he land-
with have been enlarged and improved, R. L. HOLLANDwill
of dramatic situations, comic pleas-
ed the appointment minister to i
while in community, at Pine Cas- I
antries and thrilling episodes. This one SupreffleuoiThe
Belgium. There's generally a way
stupendous production has been tle, a commodious two-story school I
provided for the lame ducks. recover old Auto or Buggy
o booked especially for Christmasoneday house has been erected and furnished.But your

The Orlando postoffice "enjoyed"the only-don't miss it! the main effort has been direct Tops Make your Back and Cushion oil that has
Matinee 2 to 4:30. Night 6:30 to ed to the elevation and improvementof
biggest Christmas in its historyand ,
9:30. educational ideals on the part of stood the
the traffic was handled in a man- Slip Covers and Auto Top dust supreme -
Admission 5 cents to all. parents, pupils, teachers and officials; : ,
ner that repected credit upon Post- to impress the importance of integ- : New cushion work for test
master O'Neal and every member of covers. top or
WRESTLING MATCH AT rity all along the line, in the helpfuland

his force. o OPERA HOUSE TONIGHT co-operative attitude of the par- carriages and buggies at reasonable --= = THAT -- -
ent as well as in the earnest and :
Big Tim Sullivan is dead but his
spirit lives. There were thousands of The Canadian champion, John La- thorough work of teacher and pupil; prices. All work and material guar-
dou and the Ohio to show that sham and farce and
Jim Dor-
Tim poor in for New their York Christmas who looked gifts to; Big his age, will wrestle at the opera house fraud are fatal to the real interestsof anteed by T M Coppedge, Trimmer Good Gulf Gasoline

: tonight. Ladou has been training in education, and are as reprehensiblein
heirs will keep up the prac'ice in respect -
to his memory. Lakeland for the event tonight, and parent or pupil as in teacher or
Dorage has been doing his make- official. This process of improvementis -ATMIIIIHIMMtMIHIMMMIIMi-
ready in Orlando The men will slow, and it is difficult at times to
of the
Some newspapers have discovered -

j near the that Georgia Lake and Miccosukee Florida line, lying, is weigh Ladou in may at have about a 175 few each pounds, though the discover here and any there actual and now progress.and then But, R1 L HOLLAND L CARRIAGE[ s SHOP r j i P. G. WALTON, Agt.

going dry. This is a habit with that advantage. Ladou has been chal- even during the brief period of the
lenged to throw Dorage two out of past school year, with all the hindrance -/
particular lake, and is no occasion for PHONES 450.269II.
three falls. In a trial match at the of the work, there have been
alarm headlines.
or big
opera house last week Ladou tackled indications of the instreaming light,I
o iHllillHIM I111I III III "till 11111.
horizon of has been I
I The work of the charity committeein Dorage for the first time and failedto the hope enlarged -
best him in a fifteen minute try. and we have been encouragedto ---
providing Christmas cheer for
This match is the most classy to take believe that there is an upwardand
; those in need can not be too highly
place so far this season, and some progressive trend.
r. commended. If there is one in Orlando -
fine is The Christmas season with its good
sport anticipated. Each man
today without a good Christmas -
r;. dinner it is not known. is confident that he can do the other, cheer and gladness will rest the tired Our New Holiday StockOffer

and as each wants to remain in Or-: nerves of teachers and pupils, the

t lando to meet all comers the resultof balm of the atmosphere of Peace and
Horace Vose the who for
man forty
t years has furnished the White House the match means a good deal to'' Good-will will soothe and smooth in great variety really desirable and useful presents for
the winner.MIDNIGHT. ruffled feelings, so that the new year
f r He with attained Thanksgiving national turkeys notice, by is (rais-lead.f of school work will be entered into people of all ages and is a most popular stock in every respect

( ing the best turkeys in the land and ST.SERVICE LUKE'S AT CATHEDRALThe with brighter spirits. F. McKINNON and larger hope.J. because of its choice selections, trustworthy values and fair

f sending the best of his flock to the
presidents. Supt. Public Instruction. prices If you are asking where you can buy the best and
midnight service at st. Luke'sCathedral

l\ Man waited in line o at the express was well attended and the THE SENTINEL'S SCRIPTURE cheapest this season you will get your answer by looking

office yesterday for an hour and a Church Christmas was garb very of beautiful evergreens in and its READING through our large and superior line of attractions and com
half and when he finally got to the II. Corinthians 9. Verses 6-13;
window planked down a dollar and poincettias. The familiar Christmas 6. But this I say. He which soweth pare qualities and prices with others.

asked for.a quart. He was a new arrival hymns were heartily sung, seeming sparingly shall reap also sparingly l ;
especially impressive in commemorating and he which soweth bountifully shall
and thought the
place was a
dispensary. Natural mistake; he the Saviour's birth: "Oh Little reap 7. also Every bountifully.man according as he

1-. judged from the shape of the packages Town of Bethlehem," being the pro- purposeth in his heart, so let him Itie Virtue of BasonaDIB rriCBSis
r being delivered. cessional, then "It Came Upon the give; not grudgingly, or of necessity;

:Midnight Clear.. closing----...'" with...... the for God loveth a cheerful giver.
E.is .' 0I 8. And God is able to make allgrace
glad note, "Hark, the Herald
The tax commission can hold itself : Angels abound toward you: that ye,
up with great dignity, for it has all Sing." always, having all sufficiency in all never never neglected You will find it in connection with

I, the law on its side, but the assessors DANCE AT COUNTRY CLUB work things: may abound to every good Honest Goods and Genuine Merit throughout our Beautiful

have precedent and custom on theirs. 9. (As it is written. He hath dispersed -
Now the question arises, what is the TOMORROW EVENINGThe > abroad; he hath given to the Stock, which is unexcelled in Variety and Quality.

cash value, according to some of the poor; his righteousness remaineth
parents of DeLaney Way, forever.
We beg to differ. The
papers. assessor -
George Patterson and Greer 10. Now he that ministereth seedto
is the,judge of the cash value; Mcll- the sower both minister bread for
that's his particular job. vaine, all young men who have been your food, and multiply your seed
0 away at school, will give a dance in sown, and increase the fruits of your
their honor at the Country Club tomorrow righteousness;)
Notoriety may also claim that 11. Being enriched in thing
many crimes are committed in its evening. The younger set is to all bountifulness, which every causeth T.H.Evans the JewelerOPPOSITE
the I
name. A man has offered to die on anticipating event with much i through us thanksgiving to God. I
the scaffold in the stead of the Con- pleasure. I' 12. For the administration of this ,
service not only supplieth the want of
necticut woman, Bessie Wakefield, I the saints, but is abundant also by
who is condemned to death. Of SEMINOLE HUNTERS PLEADED I many thanksgivings unto God. POSTOFFICE

course there is not the slightest GUILTY OF SUNDAY HUNTING 13. Whiles by the experiment of
chance for his this ministration they glorify God for
offer to be accepted,
Four your Christ, and for your liberal distribution EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING
but he got his name and picture in Seminole county hunters who unto them, and unto all
the papers. were arrested by Deputy Game War- men
den E. C. McDowell 14.: And their for
o for hunting on i I by prayer you,
Sunday were which long after you for the exceeding -
arraigned before
Gov. Glynn has piled a two thou- Judge
Wallow I grace of God in you. I
sand word statement onto Whitmanfor in criminal court yesterday, 15. Thanks be unto God for his
asking to be made special deputy and pleaded guilty. unspeakable gift. -

?# attorney state highway general graft to pursue in New canal York.and Last IHIncias: :: Call

The governor thinks the district attorney -

has enough-to do to attend to New Studebakers are HereFour MILLINERY, COATS AND COAT SUITS

his own particular. It does lookas

if New it were hard to get a man in Cylinder, Five Passenger Touring $32.50 to $55.00 Suits at . . . .$15.00 $22.50 to $30.00 Suits at . . . $10.00
the York district attorney's of- Car $1,115.Four .

fice who doesn't lose his head. HONESTLY THIS IS NO JOKE-WE MEAN BUSINESS
'I o Cylinder Landau-Roadster, 1,265.

President Wilson objected to the Six Cylinder, Six Passenger Touring Car, XMAS GIFTSTHE
"Damn song" sung by naval officialsat S 1,640.
their annual banquet'and although

the song had been sung on such occa- Prices f.o.b. Orlando.All BIG CUT AT THE RIGHT TIME. WE CAN ONLY QUOTE FEW SPECIALS

I sions for thirteen years the countryat Cars fully equipped with Electric Lights and

large knew nothing about it, and starter-and every up-to-day equipment. Come I 35c.Handkerchlefsat . . . . . . 25c. 65c. and 75c. values I at. . . . . . 49c.
because of the president's disapprovalthere around
has been a public demand for see them. I All others in proportion. Neckwear in real Cluny, Irish and Filet. Beautiful Rhine-

the song, and the papers are printingit I stone and Embossed Robes, Mesh Bags, Hand Bags, Silk Underwear, Kayser and
in full. Now, wouldn't it have been I
better if the president had said noth- San Juan Garage Co. McCollum Silk Hosier

ing about it? i!I

o All Night Service


Sentinel office force will observe AJAX TIRES guaranteed 5000 miles. Five
1 Place"j
Christmas holiday, and no pa. The Christmas Shopping
cent off for cash.
per will be issued tomorrow, Friday, per j
December 26.


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buying Christmas Candies it is like buy- 1 aDt@ ,

ing everything else, you want the best. a (vl H : The Orlando Water & Light

1 i the men folks : Co., wishing you a pleasant ,

And when you open a package of Butt's Chocolates happy with a present : Christmas want to

I your "sweet tooth," which delights in that 1M they can enjoy. The remind you of our

> keen rich flavor of perfectconfection][ will be gratified 4:; ( man who comes down ,

: : ; ., stairs Christmas morn- ;
I beyond expression.For ,

BOX OF ing and findsA f RemovalWe Sale

the most wholesome Candies in the city ; I

go to ,,

WAITING FOR HIM : are making unheard of prices on

BUTT'S' IT [ Will know that someone has been thinking of his happi- high grade footwear for men, women and

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

also know that "someone" has taken the trouble to find

out the kind of cigar he likes-a Mild, Full-Flavored, These are only a few of our bargains:

"The Home of Quality"MllllillMIMMMIMMIIIMIIIIItlMHMMHII I I Rich-Tasting cigar that is as full of Fine Aroma as I \4en's $5.00 Florsheim Shoes and (f i q Ch
, I Cuban suns could make it. i+ Oxfords vi i IUil

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Ladies' $5.00 Shoes or Oxfords all n on

WADE i iI I Miss lona Hall and Mr. Walter ,, Misses and Childrens $3.00 Shoes n nand

THE TUNER I Although far from home and the i Lewis were married at the home of program of four running races I Oxfords Li
ORLANDOFLA. associations which mean so much at II the bride's mother on Margaret street will take place at the fair grounds : I

yesterday morning, Rev. Dr. EdwardT. this afternoon. There will be other :
this season of the year, the membersof
the Cathedral school faculty are Poulson performing the ceremony. attractions. Races will be called at ,I II I Every Pair in the House Reduced.

what "might have The attendants were Miss Maud Hall, 2:30. !,I III
not musing on
Merry Christmas, Everybody.Mr. been," but are having the merriest of sister of the bride, and Mr. 11. Ken- "
and Mrs. J. L. Empie have goneto nison. The couple went to Sanfordby ALL DAY GOLF TODAY !:
Christmas frolics this morning in the ,
Jacksonville to spend the holidays reading room of the Pell-Clarke Hall. automobile, where they joined Mr. I' E. G. DuckworthFEET II
with their daughter. Stockings were hung by the fire- and Mrs. Kennison for a' boat trip There will be an eighteen hole tour-k

PLANT ROSES and ornamentalsnow. place-these being filled with tiny down the St. Johns. nament on the golf links at the Country i

Brokaw. 12-25-tf Th'e home was prettily decoratedfor Club today.
W. H. parcels, many of which were jokes I FITTER
Messrs. J. F. Campbell and W. T. and ridiculous toys. A tree was laden the happy occasion, and a numberf
Green are of substantial friends witnessed the ceremony.The TIlE ORLAND CAFE' I
White, of Bowling Ky. with gifts a more nature
spending a few days in this section. and the opening of the dainty I bride is a lovely young woman Christmas Dinner, $1.00 I Orlando Florida jj jjIMIHMMHMMIIIMtHMIMtHltlMHIiiMMMM

Griffing trees give results. Office bundles and the reading of the witty'I and the groom is a splendid young 12 to 2 and 6 to 8 p. m. ,
business man.. He is identified with tables in advance."
opposite P. 0. W. II. Brokaw, sales- verses accompanying them was the .Please reserve your .
man. 12-25-tf source of much enjoyment.With the Pierce Electric company. He I I
Rev. and Mrs. Cobb for the comes from Middlepark, N. Y.BROOKERROPEII MENU I
Mrs. Merle McElroy returned yes- Oyster Cocktail IMiilMHIMMtllMtttillttlitlMMHIIMIMMtlMiMoney
holidays are their son, Randolph, and Soup
short visit to relativesin I
terday from a
Birmingham. 'cousin, Miss Rowan, of Virginia, and MulligatawnyOliies Iced Celery Gherkins ,,--

;Misses Gassman, Holly, Jones, Dieb- I Entree to Loan I
Mr. Gray E. Taylor, of Pittsburg, Patties of Sweetbreads Fiannanciere I
the license issued
ner, Dye, and Atkinson. Though was by Asparagus Tips Vinagrette
Pa., is spending today in Orlando, a I County Judge Martin December 18, it Cardinal Punch
of the San Juan. Roasts .
guest "A BREACH OF PROMISE SUIT' was not until yesterday that the nup- Prime Ribs of Western Beefau
Homer and Percy Cromartie, of tials of Mrs. Nannie Shropshire ( natural)

Kissimmee, are in the city taking in "A Breach of Promise Suit" will be Brooker, formerly of Leesburg, Ky., Vermont Cranberry Turkey, Oyster Sauce Dressing Loans in sums of$500 to $3000 j

the Christmas festivities.Mr. Dr. Wray's subject at the Grand Sun- and Mr. Roy R. Roper, of Winter Gar Fruit Salad SaladVegetables I IMPROVED INSIDE fora I

and Mrs. Richard P. Marksare day night. This is the fourteenth den, were performed. The ceremonywas ; on property
New Potatoes in Cream Spiced Yams
here from Jacksonville to spend sermon of his popular series of "Love, performed by Rev. Dr. J. F. Mc- Cauliflower Hollandaise I of FIVE
several days with Mr. and Mrs. W. Courtship and Marriage." Dr. Wray Kinnon in his office at the court house Fresh String Beans Dessert New IktU in Duller 1'I' term years. Principal ;

M. Slemons. will preach "A Christmas Sermon' at 2 o'clock, and the couple left on English Plum Pudding and interest
Hard and Brandy Sauce I' i payable monthly \
A GOOD TIME to plant orange and Sunday morning. Great congrega- the next train. for Tampa. They will Mince Pie Pumpkin Pie
grapefruit trees. See or phone W. tions attend the Methodist services at return in a few days, and will make Strawberry Shortcake Assorted with Fruit Whipped Cream !I ; instalments.

H. Brokaw. 1225tfMiss the Grand. You are most cordially their home at Winter Garden. The Mixed Nuts Cafe Noir I
I invited.Mr. witnessed by Dr. and
Frances Pierce, an attractive' ceremony was Special Dinner Sunday, 50 cents I -
Mrs. 0. F. Sims and daughter.TO 12-19-eod-4t: s.JV -A- ,
young lady from Tennessee, is a
: M. F. French and son, Robert
guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. KEYSTONE CHRISTMAS DINNER
L, arrived in Orlando yesterday from EVERYBODY: 11'1'.1 1111.11 I 1111111" iiiitiiiMHMIIMIMM ..
W. 11. Siemens. i iOyster
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Richfield N. Y., to the 73; cents -
The Christmas service at the Hospital Springs, spend i ., . . . . .. . ,
winter. They have comfortable quar- You are invited to the Christmastree Cocktail ,/
chapel will be celebrated at 10 Roast Turkey, Sage Dressing I .
ters at the Arcade. I on North Main street, on Friday Sauce
a. m. Christmas morning. The Rev. Cranberry Christmas Present Free
A. A. Rickert will officiate.Mr. Mr. Ector Carter, one of Orlando's evening. The tree will be lighted at Celery Radishes Fruit Salad I'
exemplary young men who is the six o'clock, and the presents distrib- Creamed New Irish Potatoes
B. L. Griffin, of Ocoee, was in Green String Beans .
owner of a drug store in Jackson uted at seven o'clock. There will be : Handsome China
his Candied Yams Creamed Cauliflower 1
Orlando last evening to meet son,
ville, is in the city to spend Christmas something on the tree for every Or- Steamed Rice I : ;
Mr. E. Luther Griffin, who holds, a '
with his .parents, Mr. and Mrs lando girl and boy who has writtenme. Nuts Raisins Fruits I Cup and Saucer
responsible position in Jacksonville.Mr. .
U. R. tarter. Mince and Pumpkin Pie
and Mrs. E. E. Skinner left Pound and Fruit CakeI
Manager B. E. Miller has the Fa- A number of persons have secured Call and see them
to visit relatives at Bartow
yesterday shares in the for
Company Carrying
vorite beautifully decorated for the CAN SELL YOUR PROPERTY
and Eagle Lake. Mr. Skinner is the
Christmas holidays. The shows he Sunshine Into Children's Hearts, and
foreman in Curry's cigar factory. has booked are exceptionally fine and the opportunity is still open for oth- If you have prooertv for sale and ,

Mrs. W. C. Person returned home the Favorite is receiving many splen- ers to do .so. The company will de- would consider selling it at a reason- j Our stock of Xmas Goodies has arrived and we :
able figure, I would be pleased to
yesterday from a visit to friends in did encomiums.Mr. clare a large and lasting dividend on have you/ call at my office and list it are prepared to supply you with Nuts, Mince Meat,

Tennessee, also visiting her son, Dr. and Mrs. M. H. Vail and daughter Friday evening. with me at the earliest possible date.I Figs, Dates, Raisins, Currants, Fruits, Plum Pud ;
Welden Person, in Atlanta, Ga. Your friend, operate in connection with 42 other
Mrs. J. R. Johnson, and son, offices in 36 different states which ding, Fruit Cake, etc., for thatCHRISTMAS
and 0. F. Sims of Ocoee SANTA CLAUS.A ;
Dr. ,
Franklin of South I
Johnson Orange, !gives me extensive representation.
were among the prominent Orange N. J., are again in Orlando for an' have their list. They have mine, and DINNER
county people transacting business at other season's sojourn and are occu- MISFITMr. through this connection I find buyers I
that would otherwise be lost. If you
the county capital yesterday.Mr. pying their home, 820 West Church
i Earl Vick, the handsome and I, have grove property, truck land, city I
T. S. Hays, one of Mr. Good- street. or country property, improved or Unimproved
rich's valuable assistants in the abstract Dr. W. W. the chief efficient cashier at the postoffice, is; or a business opportunity,I THE SANITARY GROCERY
office left last Stockberger, the recipient of a cute pair of socks, such as a hotel, store, garage, etc.,
night to spend
I. the department of drug plants, He is laboring under the apprehension , for sale or rent, I am in a positionto
Christmas with relatives in DeLand. I from Washington, has been in Orlando which amounts to most serve you, quickly and to your en- CARUTHERS & GORE
a positive
Miss Nina Wray, one of the teach I for several days investigating the tire satisfaction. Let's get together.
I' fear, that the socks were not in- Open December 26th.
ers in the public schools of Macon, situation of the site selected for the tended for him. They are a misfit. Look for the Sign, c Phone 200 6 & 8 Pine Street.
Ga., arrived last night to spend the :j I government experiment station and "SEE SMITH"Real

holidays with her parents, Rev. and laboratory which is to be located Estate Hand Building
Eat what you wantEat f
)Irs. J. E. Wray. I IJlr. II there, with all the conditions surrounding all you want. Investments Church Street CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.

Harry Hammond returned 'es- it. A part of the purpose Take a postscript and forget it.
terday from the university at Toronto !''of his visit was the closing up of the For sale by all druggists.U-SO-d&w.lm W. T. ENTRICAN, ..IIIII III.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'II..I.IIII... f'-

Canada, to Christmas with matter of taking over the title to the I Makes a specialty of painting, paper- 4MMMIMMIMMM HllltllllllllMf .
, spend (From Sunday's Daily) ing, refinishing floors, furniture, etc.
and the
mother Mrs. Hammond collecting subscriptions
his Sweetapple Phone 636. 12-21-lm
on Lake Eola. '(given for the erection of the laboratory Eat what you want. --- Christmas Suggestions
building. It was at first pro- Eat all you want .
Mr. and Mrs J. C. Buxton and son Take postscript and forget it. LUTHER THE FLORISTCut
posed to locate the laboratory at the I a 1
arrived yesterday from WinstonSalem For sale all
by druggists.
fair grounds in the city and the farm
N. C., to spend the holidays with i about three miles in the country; but llSOd&wlmOSTEOPATHY Flowers FOR MEN
Mr. and Mrs. Belo, at the Wyoming
,this arrangement was vetoed by the ,

hotel. '!agent and it was decided that both CARNATIONS, PANSIES, I Bath Robes Full Dress Sets '
Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Carter and lit the laboratory and the farm must be l
House Coats Combination
tle son, Albert, Jr., arrived yesterdayfrom !;together. Some difficulty has been DR. J. C .HOWELL I POTTED PLANTS Sets

Waycross, Ga., to spend the experienced on account of the city's I Hours, 1012 3.5, and by appointment ------ ------ Collar Bags Tie Racks .

holidays with Mrs. Carter's mother, subscription being withdrawn; but No extra charge for house treatment Fancy Vest Traveling Cases .
Mrs. M. A. DeLaney, and her brothers the matter will doubtless be speedily Telephone connections COAL CHARCOAL

and sisters. 'adjusted.-Tampa Times. Office cor. Orange and Central Aires.zias The best line of Neckwear ever brought to1 Or-

WOODVeneer lando.

I Cores s Special lot of Silk Hose at 250 per pair.

= S ugstici I Seasoned Heart Oak Pine Wood Come and look our stock over.

MCELROY PHARMACY All sizes and lengths Let us help you make a selection. 1I

\ Orlando ,V ood YardB. y
Kodaks, Huyler's Candies, \Vaterman's Fountain Pens, Ivory, Mirrors, Combs

and pushes, Mary Garden's and Houbigaul's Extracts, Thermos Bottles and W. ,KINGSLEY, Proprietor I SCRUGGS & DICKSON tr j

Casts all sizes and prices. Phone 344 104 W. Pine St. ,
r This store is the home o! Dart Schalfner & Marx clothesIttlillMHIIIIIIiiMiMIMMH
Turpentine Chips Fence Posts I I' .

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SAYS: WHEN THINKING OFWHAT FOR SALE-New residence, 409 An- FOR SALE-Cabbage palmetto, live IftftIHHiHiiHIIIIHIIIUUOItYUH
TO GIVE derson street. Terms, half down, oaks, and water oaks, at Osceola cr 't"i
balance two years time. Inquire on Wigwam. Sign on Winetr Park road
That apologizing to a young lady premises afternoons or E. H. Gore, half way marks road.
for an unwarranted "snub" given her For a Christmas present, why not Caruthers & Gore Sanitary Grocery, I !
does'not remove the snub. give something that will be appre- 6 and 8 E. Pine St. 11-29-lm FOR RENT-Large, well furnishedroom Toys Toys |I'VE

ciated every day in the year? Givea to persons wishing suburban
FOR SALE CHEAP-L. C. Smith accommodations; also 2 acres good
That there are some men in this year's subscription to the Sentinel.It gun, 12 gauge, 28-inch barrels; in truck land, close in. Good opportu-

section who are too lazy to think. will be delivered by mail or car- good condition. A. N. Goodwin, at nity for right person. Address "A," ARE NOW PREPARED TO GIVE

Thinking is hard work for them. rier, as ordered, and will be a pleasant Overstreet Crate Co.'s office. Sentinel. 9-8tf

r remembrance of your thoughtfulness. 12-16-tf YOU A JOY RIDE
FOR SALE OR RENT-With stock light
That the marriage license clerk and
ministers here expect a big rush of The Sentinel will advise the recip- and tools, best farm in county; va- ience housekeeping; both, hot;and every cold; conven-electric
riety fruits 1,600 trees; elegant up- THROUGH b CHRISTMAS S GIFT LAND
business between now and January 1, ient, if you desire, in a few well chosen to-date buildings, etc. Box 144, Or- lights; telephone; close in; rea-
sonable. 200 E. Robinson Ave.
words of timely gift and
1914. your lando, J. Van Buskirk. 12-21-tf

thought of them at this happy Christmas FOR RENT-Parties wishing quiet,
That if that West Central girl don't time. I FOR SALE comfortable home for the wintercan And we will Dead Sure Lead You
Five-room bungalow, with bath and find 3 or 4 room apartment, fully
get. a Christmas present promised I sleeping porch. 506 Lexington St., equipped for housekeeping, gas elec- Through a Land of Plenty This YearIT
there will be another wedding post- ODDS AND ENDS I Concord Park. Lot 67x230 feet. tric lights, open fireplace, moderaterent

poned indefinitely.That l-Mmo. at 217 Robinson Ave. East.
One bottle of wine caused the deathof 12-18-61 WILL BE A PLEASURE FOR US TO SHOW YOU
FOR SALE-At a bargain, twentyacre -
there are some people in Or- a Denver man. It fell from a win- grove; five hundred grapefruittrees THROUGH OUR IMMENSE LINE OF HOLIDAY

lando who should get rid of that dow and struck him on the head.A fifty tangerine trees and 750 MISCELLANEOUS GOODS AND WE ARE SURE IT WILL CONTAIN

grouch now that the Yuletide daysare orange trees. Grove should pay for I JUST THE GIFT YOU HAVE PLANNED. OUR COMPLETE .
itself in two Address P. 0. DRESSMAKING at 307 E. Pine
is railroad
; at hand. girl suing a St.1
Box 105, Orlando, Fla. 12-12-lm
station agent for $10,000 for kissing 12-18-d&w-tf ERATION. FROM TOYS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,

', That there are some people who her against her will. The place to I --- EVERYTHING NEW for Xmas at TO THE USEFUL AND SUBSTANTIAL GIFT, WE

.: have very beautiful eyes, but they do kiss a girl is against her lips. FOR SALE the Evans Parlors, No. 100 North HAVE IN PLENTY; AND AS CHRISTMAS IS ABOUT
-' not succeed in life like those who I House and grove at Fair Villa 13 Main. Phone 125. 1-26-tf HERE WE INVITE YOU TO SELECT NOW r
acres, of which three acres are young
have plenty of cheek. Ever;' man in this town is sure of budded grapefruit; borders lake; CHAUFFEUR WANTS POSITION;

getting at least two Christmas pres- house of 8 rooms; good barn: attractive white; six years' experience; do re MaKe This Store
That the average bridegroom gen- ents from'his wife. The two presentswill winter home. Apply at this office. pairing. Address Chauffeur, care of Headquarters 1

erally gets an inkling of his positionof be a pair of socks. 11-15-lm Sentinel. 12-23-3t
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the future from the unimportant FOR SALE :.DON'T DELAY, but get your Xmas I McCULLOCH'SDEPARTMENT

<. figure he cuts at his wedding. Some fellers act like they was 43 acres, located three miles north-I Photos now at the Evans Parlors,
doin' you a favor in lettin' you do west of Orlando, on S. A. L R. R., at one block north of court house. Phone
Fairvilla Station, on Lake Fairview; 125. 11-26-tf
it takes bright girl them favor. An' most of 'em
That a really a git lake front near station -- - --- ---- STORENext
; young grape-
and one who knows how to do kitchen away with it, too. fruit and orange grove; land about Artistic photographs for Xmas at
the Evans Parlors, No. 100 N. Main.
work to snatch an eligible man froma half citrus fruit and half vegetable; Phone 25. 11-15-tf
widow. 8-room house, barn; ideal winter
designing young Seminole county is going right
home, right near Country Club. Ad-
ahead with its road work, the brick WANTED-One to two years, $5,000;
dress W. T. Chapman, owner, R. F. D. real estate collateral. Box 672, Or- Door to Evan's Jewelry Store111111111111.1.11111111111111111111111111111111'It.
That an old bachelor in Orlando arriving at the rate of a car load a No. 2, Orlando. ll-27-lm-d&w lando. 12-23-3t

who has been considering matrimonyand day. With the good roads in Lake
I .
escorting eligible young ladies to and Seminole and Orange, this section Gild-edge proposition. An WANTED-Position as chauffeur; car
orange furnished best of reference. Ad- __ _
of amusement has of'Florida is bound ahead of 130 ; _
> and from places to forge grove, large trees including crop; dress Box 133, Winter Park, Fla.
. suddenly dropped out of sight and it the others; or rather it will maintainthe within city limits; about four acres; 12-25-3t
staked into nineteen lots. Bargain if I MMIMMftlMtnimMMIilMillMtlHl*
is said that there is one of his adorers lead it has. Are you glad you I
sold soon. E .A. McBride, 504 Magnolia -
WANTED-To lease rent ten to :
disconsolate. live here?
very 12-18-6t
avenue. twenty acre grove and truck land I
"Kill the Chill"All
for 1914, with an option to buy. Ad- :
" WIRELESS TO KEY WEST W. T. ENTRICAN, FOR SALE dress G. E., Grand hotel. 12-21-lw
Good property; 40 acres little northof tI
FROM STEAMER EXCELSIOR Painter and interior decorator. New
r, Orlando, on beautiful lake. Young YOUNG LADY STENOGRAPHER I
ideas and workmen old ones, too. Phone 636. budded grove, bearing; good dwelling.The and bookkeeper, for permanent out- : indications point toward a cold winter .

Key West, Dec. 23.-The following Expert employed. ideal place for poultry and dairy fo-town position. Address, statingage I
farm-good range, plenty room good and how I this and the best to be
i wireless message from the steamship now or previously employed year way comfortable
received the ---- - --- ---- milk trade established. Will sell stockwith with references, A. B. C., care :
Excelsior was at govern- place. Box 34, Route 2, Orlando, Sentinel. 12-24-3t I on cold mornings and eveningsor
ment station here this afternoon: PEOPLE'S WANTS Fla. 12-15-lm __ __ I

"December 21 passed wreck close to --- ARTISTIC Photography for Xmas I during the day in office is
----- ------- --- -- now. The Evans Parlors, one block I your to have a
latitude 26.15 north longitude 85.55 FOR RENT
north of Court house. Phone 125.

.- west.The" Excelsior, Captain Birney, is Notices of MUNNIMAKERS Lost, Wanted, For Sale For FOR RENT-Furnished seven-room 11-26-tf REZNOR GAS HEATERThey

, an American steamer engaged in Rent. etc.. for this column. Roc for one day, house. Call at Sentinel. 12-14-tf WHY PAY exorbitant rent or board? I
, BOc for three days, or $1.00 for one week. for Why not buy a little home? Buy :
trade between New Orleans and Ha 25 words or less. Money must accompany EIGHT-ROOM furnished house
; gas it of the owner and save the agent's I are cheap to buy and economical
advertisements for this very
the column as no
No details of the reported and electric lights. 205 E. Robinson
' vana. insertions will be made on credit. commission. Address B., Box 178. :
< wreck have been received here. avenue, on Lake Eola. --12-23-tf 1130lm. 3 to 6 cents an hour, according to the
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WOMAN NARROWLY ESCAPES modern,three minutes to everything.Rent size-and are the cleanest and most con
That will please young or old, boy or I
reasonable. 308 West St.
I DEATH BY DYNAMITE BOMB FOR SALE-A good horse. Gus C. 12-21-lw girl man or woman. A year's sub- : venient heating made. No wood ashes
Schultz, Formosa, Fla. 12-2-1m scription to Sorosis Library. Only I or
FOR RENT-Rooms, with or without one dollar and a half ($1.50)). I
New Orleans, Dec. 23.-Mrs. John FOR SALE-House and lot; also lotson board; newly furnished; large ve- t' oil to carry just turn the valve and strikea

'J Torranto, aged 24, and her eight Broadway, Amelia avenue and. randa; all conveniences; nothing better HAND PAINTED CARDS :
Summerlin street. Mrs. Norman Rob- for the in Florida. 205 match.
months old baby, were slightly injured ; money Appropriate cards for all occasions I
today and her home badly dam- inson, 301 Concord avenue. 11-27-lm i Magnolia- avenue. 12-17-61 II'-menu, place cards, score cards etc. :

aged, when a dynamite bomb which PURE GEORGIA CANE SYRUP I FOR RENT-Furnished house, ten Also designs for book plates. Samples I -

she received through the mails ex- In barrels bottles, can, and by retail;I rooms and sleeping porch; centrally on hand and orders taken at 112 :
between Bumby's hardware store and located; suitable for either one or Grace St. Phone 608. Lu F. Halsted. Itt
ploded. The heard a clock
ticking in the woman package and fearing it Arlington 12-23-3t hotel. W.Sold E.by POWELL. I two City.families. Address F. G.11-26-tf Rush :II I ORNDO WATER & LIGHT m.C

was an infernal machine dropped it I I
and fled as the explosion occurred. FOR SALE-Fine team mules and FOR RENT-New furnished rooms in! I can save you money on your :
camping wagon with furnishings I new modern home; every convenience painting, papering and sign writing. I Gas Department
cheap for cash. Must be seen to be II ; kitchenette if desired; reason- Try m eand prove it. Work guaran- :
WANTED-Second-hand desk. Ad- appreciated. Can be seen at the fair I able. 14 E. Amelia avenue, next doorto teed. Frank Hayworth, decorator, I
dress Box 88, Orlando, Fla. 12-24-3t grounds. 12-23.6t the Wyoming. 12-1-tf 206 E. South St., Orlando. 12.16-6t I

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t.< We want to thank our friends for their liberal patronage '

during our great Stock Reducing Sale and assure all that

your patronage has been thoroughly appreciated.

It has been our purpose to serve the people of ORANGE

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

goods at the lowest prices consistent for good merchandise.

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

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

. 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


Cor. Main and Pine Streets Orlando, Florida







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1x Dinner 50 Cents Special Attention to Patrons.

I 1,30 to 2 P. M, 5.30 to 8 P. M.
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Celery Cream of Tomato Olives

Roast Lamb, Brown Sauce

Roast Turkey, Oyster Dressing

Cranberry Sauce Giblet Sauce

Mashed Potatoes Steamed Rice
Creamed Onions
43 Chassis: Five-passenger touring car. Wheel base is 116 inches; double drop frame.
Motor 41-4x51-4; four cylinders, cast in pairs; unit power plant; cone dutch; selective type transmis- Green Peas Candied Yams
sion; German silver "V" shaped radiator, square tub type; Stromberg carburetor; full floating rear
axle. New Departure bearings; tires, 35 x 41-2; Improved Delco electric starting, lighting and ignition Waldorf Salad
system. Gasoline capacity, 21 gallons, tank carried at rear, pressure feed; Standard demountable rims; Strawberry Shortcake,
10 inch upholstering; nickel trimmings; body, steel; colors: blue or gray, black running gear. Prices Whipped Cream
fully equipped: Touring car, $1,875 delivered. Other models $1,150 to $3,000. Grapenut Ice Cream Fruit Cake


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YEAR'S CHARITIES sense to look wise, which is part of Take your repairing to Warman on
OVER $80,000,000New the battle. Court street. 12-5-tf
York, Dec. 23.-Charities during It's consoling to think that no mat- W. T. ENTRICAX
the year amounted to $80,135,476in ; ter how rich a man may be he cannot I Offers to Orlando the newest and best
the United States according to sta, get a corner on either characteror of workmanship in the painting and i .mmmmmummm f) 111 I Pnf'' ;
decorating trade. Phone 636. 'JUiHiLibDrMMMMIMIMM. mmmmmmmu.
tistics published here today. happiness.The 1231.1m
John D. Rockefeller's $10,000,000 _
donation to check white slave trafficis good will of a business is Let The Daily Sentinel' have your
often worth what the bad motives of
the largest single item.
next order for job printing.IMMHIIMMMIMMMH.
its owner can make out of it.

CANAL TODAY Comparatively few people are suffi- Orlando
ciently far-sighted to consider only
New York, Dec. 23.-Panama advices their rewards in the next world. NULL FLORAL L CO1
consider- Water &
here today state that Light Co.
ation has been quietly given to a Duke Somebody of England has CUT FLOWERSOUR
proposition to put the U. S. Buffaloor lately sold nineteen acres of land in SPECIALTY
some other government vessel the city of London for fifty million
Phone I6 TAMPA, FLA. ElectricityGas
through the canal on Wednesday as dollars. This rather beats Concord IMMMIMMIilMMMHtlDr.
Colonel Goethal's Christmas gift to{I Park or the price paid for the Yowell-I
the American people.IN Duckworth corner. Honest now, whatdo I -- .- Water Ice
you suppose James L Giles or
IDLE HOURS Chas. Lord or Carl Jansen would do Buckmaster
if they should sell nineteen acres of
Some very stingy people become I their land for fifty millions of dol- Office--No. J8 West ,Central Avenue
generous when it comes to giving a lars? Osteopathic Physician

piece of their mind.A 132 Orange Avenue Telephone No. 6
\Senator Fletcher will begin active ;
campaigning pretty soon, it is an
Next door to Bank
People's ,
fellow who has to
young money
nounced. John Stockton has been at
burn can easily form a lot of warm up-stairs. Acute and chronic -
it already. So the campaign may be .
- friendships.Some considered to be open. diseases treated.Telephone IMIimMililiMMMMMMMMMtlOMIMMIMmMMimiMIMIMttMMIIMMIfi
578. R
people at least have enough Subscribe for The Daily Sentinel.




I A Great Real Estate Bargain Another Rare Bargain 1 I

A house located in the most fashionable Residence portion of Orlando, A Residence on plot 120 x 150, recent y built of the very best material and

newly furnished, eight rooms, with all modern and latest improvements, best inside finish, with all modern conveniences, ON THE LAKE OF OR-

sleeping porch, bath room, large verandas facing east, west and north LANDO; 12 rooms, 2 bath rooms included, and a fine garage; with or
without furniture and auto. We recommend this
property, even for a
garage, with underground gas tank; with or without furniture and auto.
speculative proposition, and a very rare bargain for a home. THE LOTS
The plot this house is is to divide in lots

with lake view, and still the house will have 71 feet front and 150 feet PROPERTY. Call at our office soon to secure this opportunity, and we
depth. will gladly show you the property. .

I As a general rule advertisements are gotten up to draw the attention

of buyers to the respective real estate offices, but this does not apply to us. Tracts of five, ten and twenty acres of land, aWE

STAKE OUR REPUTATION ON OUR REPRESENTATION $15.00 per acre and up, on terms to suit the purchaserAll

payments deposited in any Orlando Bank until

One lot 75x123, one block from Court House, facing Lake Eola I land is inspected and titles approved by the purchaser.with .

orange, grapefruit, tangerine and kumquat trees. A big lake on this land-eight miles from Orlando on

good roads, and one and one quarter miles from railroad I
Four lots 6XIoon East Centra I Avenue, facing Lake Eola] in J station. i4JJJJJJJW
one of Orlando's best locations.

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We only list exclusively, and after very close inspection, therefore can call every one of our

propositions a GEM. Many real estate firms in our city and other cities operate in harmony

with us, therefore the owner and buyer are fully protected.

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I PRETTY CHRISTMAS PROGRAMAT !I I'"'upN II IP'!!, :II',n!, II IIhP"' ',IJ II: killlII'IIIII1 I I L!!, 1"li, ';rJ:: I II'''ilil',' ;,: li'!!!:!I nl''':I',':'' ,,I'tl"! Ir u'I,, ':i''I',.,'."I; ',iI,Jlhi',:"1,1 1::',"I:',',::1'H'. "t','' :',il'', It'IIff.JP\iiI"illnl'l'' \ :';,n: ::1 bI'I''' S":.,;I';;'I Glb' 'lh lhi'I .,I:''I'h''':I !jt"''". ",',""II,,: ,
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UNITY CHAPELThe 'l i"!1"'1!:III!I: Ml I! ,:'III''I,,I mI:I'I':lJiilmli: I { I I l:', ,liii 1 ;I"J,;!::! :I?uou;:I:!':!I,h!:I:ulp L!II!Vwll: I\\lwlilm I I r.';'' ; ::,:I y,ir' I 1'IG'I fill IIf J I'I\\gip'!://i:;:"ql'I'\ ''I::':..I'\\i';;'',I'M!p.\\t!'I,1'I I I!,"., !!!:11 I!,ill II I _I ij ;:!III 1?'tg11.':I p':;:iiuuJh'' N' I:1i1'!' I,I' d ,Iti, r,::I:,", ,

glad Christmastide was observed -
yesterday afternoon at Unity
Chapel with a pretty program including -
i recitations, instrumental solos, a !
charming little play, and a Christmastree.
Early in the afternoon the Ii
members of the Sunday school with
. their parents and friends gathered in .
the chapel, and the children could
scarcely suppress their delighted adI
miration and excitement at the sightof f \\
the heavily burdened Christmastree if hfftiKOtrWfN \
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THESTATE from which the gifts were later I_ <
I distributed by a jovial Santa Claus
A piano solo was given by Master )
Howard Philips, a piano duet by Mrs \ ':' ) 1ifJ ( \ Ifill' '(fl
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r BANK Russell and Helen Hoequist, and recitations FEIs J i,'J)
by Masters Neil and Herndon
r Then, under the capable direction !
t of Orlando of Mrs. Fred Stanley, the "Bird' cxc$2
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Christmas Carol" was gfrven-Miss I t 1.1Tf0

lainer taking the leading character,, =
1893 Mrs. Ruggles"-her nine children /
being Margaret and Nora McNeil, IpII jk
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. Howard and Walter Philips, George = 1 rt -.
LONG ESTABLISHED Hough, Robert Walker, Tomprince o/ .
f Howes, EUen Hoequist, and Edna :
SAFE noloos.s9
: Russell. Mrs. Victor Starbuck por-
t CONSERVATIVEACCOMMODATING : trayed "Mrs. Bird," Lillis Talbot & !
: "Carol Bird," and Mr. Fred Stanley i iI \ ;
Uncle Jack." This little play, so
d 4E l : expressive of the spirit of the season, i = :
: was most prettily presented, and was i

"' ,'.., . 1 : enjoyed by all. But the great treat is a pleasure to servo you."
; ,' : for the children was the brightly -
lighted tree, around which they gath- .
ered at the conclusion of the pro-

Just before the gifts were removed ==-- %
from the tree the sweet voices of the
children blended with those of their = "'t

elders in the singing of some of the
beautiful old Christmas carols. <

Then the delight of the little tots ,
knew no bounds when Santa Claus
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appeared-wished them each a Merry
ORLANDO MERCHANTS CHRISTMAS PROGRAMAT Christmas, and explained to them -== ,i I 1,1'' : I' n'II\\\\IIpI: I \ "I I :! I!,p mlml I IppI lll\liJIII'nlii 1 1! I l!!'Ii'!' !I!I lImI11111llrlllliiiI'I"lii 7 !: !,!, :! :"I,..III.d':'. "I II,,:;,'':I:::.:;,::I III:I'';,:;,{::; nlil'I:':,: I:':I::,,:,,ii:I,!I,:lf'!,i'Ir'pq,' "r''II'P; !, ',:,JI'iltlimiil"iif.li!,:': I,: :,'!!"l!!, III'IWIijrl'lm:,,: ;'lirH:! N"i:,i i11 ;' ql I II .;'':,"
TESTIFY TO BEST BUSINESSIN THE GRAND that the Florida weather being too ,I': .'lilill'I,\l :,I I''I: !II ll lnl\III"II I : II\!I"\1,\Hillll I %! '" l ''\ \: I"I I!':i'I'.I'"' "M '\!!,: !,,' I,:i I :: I 'I 1,1,1, Ih'' ;,111;" ', :I: \ !1'1'i i'I', "'I,I,,":' .',,' ,' I;: I:I I'I':', ;I '::':I ',,:,''"' ,I,,:;;I' !1M 11!,,:: ,I""
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warm for his reindeer, he had been ,
Despite wet and disagreeable, weather compelled to leave them at home and -- -
1 (Continued from First Page.) Montgomery's Grand has enjoyeda had come by auto. (Santa did not say :=iiil t'III&'II'IIIII"11 iillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll.II.IIII.,1111.1111.1.tel'I'IIleIQlle tttttttlllllili.'II.llt.IIIIII...... ..
Thus the expressions ran, giving an large attendance during the first. where he was stopping, but it was
indication of the general feeling ten days of existence in Orlando and discovered he used Dr. J. C. Howell's '
among the business men. In every rightly deserves all of the UNAStupendous /
patronageit car!) There was a gift for every
store a glance gave the ocular proofof can receive in this city, for thereis child, and with the presentation of
purchasing up to the last minute no doubt but that the entertainment
these Santa Claus made some originaland
before the dawn of Christmas. The furnished is the very best givenin very appropriate remarks. Removal Sale I

rush at the postoffice and express office any city of this size. In fact, even The entire entertainment was well
continued through the day, and the largest cities have few motion and
planned was a most delightfulone
the Jerks were glad when it was all picture theaters that boast so beautiful for the happy participants. NOW ON
over. Though some of the stores will : a theater, such excellence of man I
be open until noon today, it will be .agement and such programs of pictures CHRISTMAS SERVICES I, ..-
observed generally as a holiday music and vaudeville as is I

throughout the town. found at the Grand. Doc Baker, the Services at Hospital Chapel A Three Day Special
W. M. Slemons, one of the pioneer cleverest of character singers, justly The Christmas service at the Hospital
merchants of Orlando, said: "Busi- named the king of minstrelsy, i is an chapel will be celebrated at 10a. I
ness with us has been exceedinglygood. artist such 4s seldom plays a two m. today, the Rev. A. A. Rickert : A complete line of Ladies Hand Embroidered and Hem-
." weeks' engagement in the smaller officiating
Mr. H. Montgomery Smith, manager cities. Beginning today (Christmas) stitched Handkerchiefs at Removal Sale Prices.

... ,\. of the Drennen-Lattner music by special arrangement with the Gen- Catholic Church
house, said: "Our business has been eral Film company, the Grand will Low Mass at 5 a. m.
satisfactory, and this may be takenas show a service of motion pictures par Low Mass at 7:30 a. m.
Silk Hose Black
Fine line Ladies White Pink Blue and
a sure sign of prosperity. I find excellence-consisting of three fea- High Mass and sermon at 10 a. m. ,
a: good feeling among the people generally tures weekly and special films selected Benediction at 5 p. m. Kelly Green at Removal Sale Prices.
and believe this is the best by this management nightly A
Christmas we have ever had." fine Christmas program consisting of St. Luke's Cathedral
Attorney John II. Jones: "I've great Vita aph comedy feature, with This morning the service will beginat
been kneeling on tacks and stuMbling John Bunny, and a Selig two-reel 10:30 and will consist of morning < Full line of Ladies Kid and Silk Gloves, both long and short
around in the confusion of decoratinga tragedy of war is booked for today. morning prayer, Holy Eucharist and
Christmas tree ,all day, and actingas Tomorrow, the much heralded feature sermon. l I at Removal Sale Reductions.

messenger boy between the house of Vitagraph's, "The Fruits of Vengeance The bishop will be celebrant, Dean :
and the stores for holiday packages, will be shown. Gray preaching, and Rev. Mr. .'

and'I'm good and tired, but what's Mr. Comely, director of the Grand Elwes will assist in the service. |: Now is your opportunity to buy first-class Um- ; :
odds-Christmas comes but once a orchestra, will be featured in his violin Nutter will sing "When Heaven car.j':
year; let's enjoy it." solos regularly twice a week. to Earth," by Parker. ; brella either for lady or gentleman at this Great $
"The true Christmas spirit is to be The people of this city are proving The Sunday school Christmas ser- '
faithful to our friends, tolerant with that they will support the best in vice will be held at 4 p. m. Saturdayin Removal Sale.
those who do not believe as we do, everything and should become regulars the Cathedral, followed by the
and optimistic as to the future of our at the Grand in order to warrant Christmas tree in the Chapter House.

city, our country and our institutions. the class of entertainment the Grandis I' Come soon only a few more days left in which to buy at j \
Willing to serve rather than be giving. Montgomery advises WOOD EFFICIENCYThe
served, and believing in the ultimate that there be these Removal Sale Prices.
are yet to made many value of the wood you buy de
triumph of right."-W. S. Branch. wonderful improvements in this beau pends upon its efficiency as a heat

tiful house, but we are unable to un producer.
The Sentinel's Scripture lesson today derstand what still remains to makeit Dollar for dollar and cent for cent,,
contains an oftquoted passage nearer perfection. the wood we offer you is the most ef-
that is timely, though it applies to Following Doc Baker's ficient heat '
engagement producer ever placed on
all seasons." It is, "God loves a cheer- will come Miss Helen. Fredwin, the! the market. N. P. YOWELL'r'

ful giver. clever soubrette, and then the much I All we ask of you is to investigate
o renowned Hodges Brothers & Ro s. ELDREDGE BARLOW.
Warman Sells, and Fixes Bicycles, Phone 375Warman
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1914 PHAETON Return of the favorites, Mabel t J
Paige Company, in a series of one- o; o
act comedy playlets, introducing musical I
numbers, opening in a great
comedy on Monday, December 29th. Accommodating Clerks to wait on you.
Change of play and musical numbers
every day. One week's engagement.
Afternoon, 2 to 4:00; 5 cents to all Everything guaranteed.
Night, 7:15 to 8:15.
Music by Lucerne orchestra. o
\ 1\ Band concert at 7 o'clock. 0
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\\ e \ Prices: Children lOc.; adults, 20c.
I Presented by Mabel Paige and Com I li

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: "Assisted Elopement" (American)).
\ ."Power of the Sea" (Reliance). y
AUTO AND SUPPLY COMPANY "One Round O'Brien" (Thanhouser i

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