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 28, 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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Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075051
oclc - 34297092
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System ID: UF00087112:00337
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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. i PUBLISHED EVERY MQRNING EXCEPT MONDAY. Orlando-Progressive Center of the State.









Train No. 85, due in Orlando at Washington, Dec. 27.-With its

6:41, was seven hours late last night, plans decided upon for choosing cities

(MEETING IN ACKSONVILLE due to a jump-off which occurred at for the new federal reserve banks NAMES A. E. THOMAS AS COMMISSIONER -

Peoria, a small station half a mile provided for in the new currency law, ADMITTED BY BOTH SIDES
north of Green Cove Springs. I the federal bank organization com-
Wild reports of a frightful acci- mittee today turned its attention to

dent were received in Orlando, but the perfection of formal application SOMETIMES
Osceola is making -
SPERRY WOULD HAVE THOROUGH It is likely th fruit these proved, upon 'investigation, to blanks which shall be used by institu- county preparations
for its exhibit to be made at LEGS AND ARMS CUT
ENUMERATION TAKEN men will make s ffort to get the be greatly exaggerated. The Senti- tions seeking membership.
1 the South Florida Midwinter exposi-
SOON AFTER COMMISSION commission men! e country who nel got into communication with the Although more than 1,000 letters OFF AND ncrnlsRE
I tion to be held in Orlando in Febru-
TAKES CHARGE are to hold a cclion in Jackson. agent at Green Cove Springs shortly! and telegrams expressing the inten- LEFT TO DIE

I villo January 13: ] stop off in Orlando before eleven o'clock, and was in- tion of banks to enter the system :ary.
A. E. Thomas of the best
one men
tAn either on way to Tampa, formed that the train had jumped th that: have been received at the treasury El Paso, Dec. 27.-The torture of
i who could have been selected for the
editorial appearing in the on their retub Jacksonville.No track, and the passengers were badly I department, every bank will be \ prisoners in Mexico has been equaledin

Times-Union of yesterday concerningthe lor plans havtfi formulated yet shaken up and some of them bruised,Ii Iibut required to fill out and sign throughits work, has been named to collect the the record of warfare only by the
exhibit The latest issue of the Kis-
growth in ,certain Florida towns:for such a stro enterprise, but i iI no serious consequences had re-II| proper officers a legal application << atrocities of tho Comanche and

brought emphatically to the attentionof I I jit I .was suggest a gentleman suited. The train had been rightedand -which can be kept in the treasury 5mmee Valley Gazette says: Apache Indians, according to stories,

city officials the need for another prominent in t ndustry that it departed for some time. Thetrack '!_archives. At-a meeting last Monday of the'I reaching here through refugees. fresh
I of tho Osceola county ex- -
city census to be taken. would be a sbjfor the leading was torn up for quite a distance The blank was approved by :Secretary : nanagers from 1 the scenes which are being en-
hibit at the midwinter fair to be held
The object of the TimesUnion'sI I commission me the country to but would be in condition tallow <)I McAdoo and Secretary Houston acted in the Huerta republic.

article was apparently laudatory, but i visit Florida and( to see the busiest I the passage of trains within i'1 .(day and sent for final approval to at Orlando, Florida, on February 17 These tortures are even admitted
to 21 1914 A. E. Thomas, of this
the result was that Orlando was I packing houin the state and ,few hours. The passengers on Si) die lawyers of the department. Secr i by Villa of the rebels and Salazar

Made to appear at a disadvantage, the town in wrthey, are located. I received a bad scare along with thei) rotary McAdoo was still confined tot city, was appointed secretary and giv- of the federals. Prisoners of war are

which is not deserved. j Aside from thisre are certain advantages jostling, but were thankful that i ii .us home, suffering from a slight en charge of collecting the exhibits. stripped of their clothing, lashed up-

The article in question went on to : to be ed for the city of was no worse. fever, but is expected to return to The Makinson warehouse on Darlington on the backs of cow ponies which are
I has been secured for the
cite the building records in several Orlando to havef company of men :Eis: desk Monday.The avenue turned loose on the desert with burrs
of these exhibits and headquarters
Florida towns, and to sum up in a'like those repreed on this trip to treasury department received storing under their tails to make them run

paragraph, which follows: J view the town i>e shown some of FOUR BISHOPS TO ATTEND P ,II I nan: messages today from bankers have been opened in the Will- and horse and rider are left to perish

"These figures indicate a gain from the courtesies jo in this section.It n ci its that wire omitted from the: son building. The co-operation of the from lack of food and water.

1910 to 1915 of 230 per cent. for,: is an that the Orlando CONVOCATIONS ORLANDOMEETING I I Est made public yesterday: of places I people is solicited and any who have Other prisoners are having their
Trade articles to donate enter to
Miami, 170 for Lakeland and SO for :Board of the fruit men of i A'here the preliminary hearings are or com- eyes gouged out, noses and ears cut

Orlando. Between 1905 and 1910 the town sboul Operate in makingthe I to be held. Officials reiterated that pete for premiums are requested to off, and in some cases even their

Jacksonville gained 63 per cent" best of. IN JANUARY WILL BE: he selection of the 14 big cities for communicate promptly with the sec- arms and legs are severed, and with

The attention'of Mayor Reynoldswas I indicate the positive,retary and all information and assist- the flow of blood
i Tampa is plaig to entertain the OF UNUSUAL INTEREST TO I hearings did not nothing to stop they
will be rendered. Al-
called to the article, and he commission moor more properly I choice of any of them for the loca- ance possible soon die from sheer weakness.:
EPISCOPALIANSDean ready a thirty-six and a half pound
said: the delegates tie National Leagueof i tion of federal, reserve barks.

"Why the census taken in Orlando Commissiorerchants: January I Telegrams received from many sec- sweet potato grown at St. Cloud has TALKS AGAIN OF RESIGNINGSpecial
Campbell Gray is busily been offered, and the citrus
the pre- growersof
showed town to
two years ago 17, and the Male section is laying dons snowed; that banker: acceptedthe
paring for the approaching the county are confidently relied on
convocation -
have hundred thousand
over seven plans to show in' through, includ- designations; of the cities for pre- to the Sentinel
population, and I should when on January 13, 14 and 15, to make a creditably showing of Mexico City, Dec. 27. President
say ing visits to sota, Bradentownand 1 iiT-'iry; hearing; as inJKv.i.\e of theIccr.tion
that the population had increased at Palmetto. 'remains to be seen the clergy and lay delegates of the, o: most of the IK iv banks. grapefruit and oranges and attrac- Huerta, of Mexico, announced tonighttha

least thousand since then. The Episcopal church in southern Florida tions of that character. A number of he would resign the presidency at
a ,
; what Orlando do. Prompt action Informal applications! >o join the
population at this time must be easily ; might result Bringing the entire will hold their annual meeting here. i new cum-icy s j t'ij. arrived today farmers and truckers have also signified the end of the year and take the field

Such injustice As all who attend will be enter- their intention to make large against the rebels in person:
8,500. great was
a towns
banks of the folbwmg
party to the t< for at least a day.It I jfixm
done Orlando by the figures given in is undorstoche members of the tained by the Cathedral congregation,I hand! cities: displays of their products and various
there is much of preliminary detail other industries will be represented.
the federal census that we had an- Milledgevilie, ", ,..G. rand LaGrange -
league will spt two or three weeks I ORLANDO MAN ELECTED
to be aside from the the ladies
other census taken. That was almost in Florida. arranged, pro- Ga., and ;::.rd, N. C. Especially are requestedto

two years ago; will be two years in J gram for the services and business co-operate by exhibiting their

February. I' don't know that iti: :sessions of convocation, of which notice needlework, hand painted china, jel- HEAD OF OSTEOPATHS

makes any great difference whether AUDITORS' MAKE HIS I' will be given later. SUBSCRIPTIONS TOfARKFUNLlBUT I II lies, preserves, etc. This departmentwill

Cameron Mann be under the of
the world thinks that we have seven Bishop is expectedsoon supervision some

thousand or considerably more 'than : : after New Year's day, hence the I HALF PA DSUBSCRIBERS competent member of their sex to be DR. J. C. HOWELL CHOSEN PRESIDENT -

that, but it would be better'to" get it'' REPORT ) COMMISSION members of convocation will have designated by them. Arrangementshave OF FLORIDA OSTEO-

right" I early opportunity to welcome him in I been made with the railroad and I PATIIlCSSOCIATIOX

Mayor-elect Sperry was seen at the!I ]his new field; but the severing of I express companies for free transpor-
official ties with will .: tation to Orlando of all shipments
time, and voiced similar views. Bishop Gray
CAN NOT DtLETE HIS WORKIN THE OBLIGATION Dr. J. C. Howell)), of Orlando, wa.,
"The town has easily 8,500 popula. give an unwonted sadness to this MEET intended for exhibition. Numbered
I elected president of the Florida Osteopathic
tion, and possibly more than that. I TIMID, REPORT TO gathering, for few bishops hold in so WITHOUT DELAY receipts will be given by the secretary
jl' association, which hold it.
am in favor of taking another census.I CJNCIL close and full a degree the affection, ___ and such articles as desired will]
annual meeting in Jacksonville Fri-
am not surprised at misrepresentations the confidence and the loyalty of both As a result of the article appear- be returned after tho fair .closes

t j clergy and laity. Nor is such accorded : Sentinel that the Many valuable premiums will be day.Aside
for it seems to be the espe- It will) not! possible under the ing in yesterday's from carrying off the chie'

eial province of somo to deal in such. I conditions fore: expert accountant, alone by the members of his flock,!park commission was in need of awarded, and of course the largef
{ I honor, Dr. Howell) attracted no littleattention
But our population should be known I Mr. J. D. Mill who is making a for in Orlando where the good bishop( funds, several of the subscriptions portion of these will be captured by by asserting in the course

by our own people as' well as by the 'final audit of e city books in closing has so long made his home, and 1 were paid to the treasurer, Mrs. A. B. Osceola county, as it always comes of discussion concerning the treat-
world at large." .' up affairindor the aldermanic I throughout southern Florida, he is I[ Whitman yesterday, receipt of which out first in any contest which it en- ment of arterio sclerosis that Florida -

The comparisons drawn by the I system of gtfnment for Orlando, honored and' revered by all who know I is acknowledged by Mrs. Whitman as ters. grapefruit as a diet had proved

r Times-Union are plainly unfair to : to make his fnal report to the city him. I follows: Jos. L. Guernsey, $50; C. E. exceedingly beneficial in cases under

Orlando. It may not be known to I council. The ; commissioners will It is probable that four bishopswill Howard, $25; F. X. Schuller, $5. Mrs.
SCHOOL BOARD OPENED[ his treatment. Dr. Howell read a pa-
that paper, but in the case of Miami's'! I receive and acipon the auditor's re be in attendance for this meetingof (i Whitman says that about five hun- per on Rheumatoid Anthritis, and led

phenomenal growth, it should'be convocation, an unusual occur- Jred dollars of the total of one thousand -
I the discussion on this subject. Thf
stated that tho limits of that town port.The rence: Bishop Weed, who has many which was subscribed has been BIDS FOR SCHOOL BONDSSIX
reasor'or' the inability to I following officers were elected:
were extended ,by special act of the warm friends here, and Bishop j' :paid in, and she hopes the subscriberswill ,
close is that the 'I
up the port tax President, Dr. J. C. Howell of Or
last legislature to include a large ter- Knight, of Cuba, being expected also. net delay tho matter further but
books will resin open until .. late lando.
J tory, extending from a long distance Bishop Weed had charg'e of the entire will come forward without further I BIDS RECEIVED FROM NEW
hour on Decekr 31, and as all taxpayers Vice-president, Dr. Sarah M. Dam
,. down the Cocoanut Grove road to1 state before the election! of Bish- i solicitation and give her the pleasure -
will lj penalized three percent of Palatka.
Buena Vista on Biscayno Drive. It. I op Gray twenty-one years ago for : of making acknowledgments. The .
on Janpy 1, and all during TOLEDO Secretary and treasurer, Dr. Grace
will hardly be claimed that such anI I this southern half of Florida, hence is ccmmission is iQ need of the fundsto I .
I that month, aj four per cent in February -:I Gould of DeLand.
increase as this can be legitimately i,;. widely known and beloved, he and keep the work going, but this I I -
and fij{ cent. in March
termed/"growth. There is probably!,; per I Bishop Gray having been closest I should not be needed as an argument I The county school board met at
lhere will be great rush to city 1 LEAGUE PLANS FOR NEXT YEAR
:. no t tiown in Florida which has had I! pay ; friends and co-workers from the time to cause those who subscribed !Supt.I J. F. McKinnon's office yester- .
'I'Ij|taxes: before: p end of the year. I! II Special to the Sentinel.
sal. a' real, substantial growth asi'1" of the latter's,arrival in Florida. to pay up. It is plainly unfair for day morning, and opened the bids for
Iitchilll Dee. 27.The Federal
.,. ,_ _'__ __ In making is audit, Mr. Chicago,
if- The Rev. Thos. J. Lacov. D. n. '! for others to refrain the bond issue of
/ vjiauuw. in Iwmgoe ngures to a' some to pay and $50,000 recently authorized -
will be ?d to go over the tax I I'I' league plans for 1914 were announced
* cover building operations in Orlandofor i j books and cfck back the amounts j i prominent clergyman i" Brooklyn from making payment, particularlyas : by the Orlando school district tonight by President Gilmore -

the past year tho Sentinel did not i j;' N. Y., and a warm friend of Bishop the commission has been kept I for the construction and equip
Joe Tinker at Chicago
(assessed and llected, and this will : manager -
include the cost of the Gray, will probably attend the 'ment of another school
sewerage system '( convocai from realizing on appropriation j building.
require consitf-able time. The aldermanic Ii ; Mordecai Brown will handle St.
or the brick paving, or the rail- I body tit be automatically dissolved -i:i'i tion, and a large number of clergy ',I from the city council because the There were six bids, one from New Louis; George Stovall will pilot the

road improvements. The figures rep- .,and lay delegates from parishes and popular subscriptions have not been York, one from Toledo, and four from Kansas
at milight of December 31,1! I City aggregation. The sea
resented actual building operations mission poipts throughout southern paid in full. Chicago. There were no local bid
1913, and ca not sit as an organic son starts April 14th and the sched-
by the, citizens of Orlando as shown I I Florida are expected. The commission is having a walk I ders. No bid has been accepted, but
body thereafconsideration'k This precludes the I! ule is for 151 games to be played.
h U the book of building permits, and --- laid around Lake Eola, and it is de- they were taken under considerationand
The will be of clubsin
if the auditor's report I league composed
i' did not show the ] SEEK SHELTER IN COAL MINE finish this before the the decision will be
even actual cost of sired to orna- ; probably an-
j; by that body ough Auditor Mitchill eight cities-Chicago, Buffalo, Baltimore -
r:. the ,buildings. :This was pointed out rift ( mental fountain is set up. The fountain :nounced at a special meeting of the
will make a ybal report of his work Special to the SentinEL Kansas City, Indianapolis, St.
. the Sentinel's article at the time. was ordered some time ago, and I 1 board to be held Tuesday .
to date at tfl meeting of council to Pineville, Ky., Dec. 27.-"Happy 1 1Jack" Louis, Toronto.KENTUCKY .
The Yowoll-Duckworth building, fort rill bo put in place soon. There is The board members stated they
I be held Money night j Hendrickson and between ten i
? example, is put down at $60,000, certainly no one who cares to retard I didn't think it .proper. for anything of
and of his
. twenty clansmen, who I MAN BUYS
F.when it is known that the total cost I 1 i have been sought by the authorities | lhe work which the commission has a definite character to be published I INVESTMENT PROPERTY HERE

will be about $100,000, and so it was official noticctvere taken of the manner since Wednesday's battle, during I.andertaken, and which is going aheadit about tho bids while the matter was Cooper & Atha closed a deal Saturday .

', in numerous instances. Using ths. in whir such figures are employed I which two men were killed and two such a satisfactory pace. still pending, but they were much I with S. A. Witt, from Bowling

; same method, of figuring as that tot { disadvantage of this r gratified with the character of the
employed wounded has been forced
: retreat I I Green, Ky., for a large corner lot inthe
by ,the Lakeland ity. : bids, and the prediction that the
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paper, Or- THE WEATHER
;: lando's into an abandoned coal mine by thirty I southwest section of the city.

r neighborhood building would run well in the It is likely hat Mayor-elect Sper- state militiamen and'a party of dep-I bonds would be readily sold will be i The property will be cut into five lots

L of a million for the Ts suggest will meet with a uty sheriffs, according to the messages t Florida: Increasing cloudiness Sun- verified. 'and Mr. Witt will build four small
past year, and these
determined values should bell varm respon and it should go fur. :received here tonight 4 Jay! ; rain in northwest portion. Mon- houses to rent at reasonable prices.Mr. .

by official figures. I j.her. and pro Vfor a department of Reports received here say that several 4 lay, rain. The two military companies in Witt has been in the contractingand
The is
\s. 1ation.same true in the matter oIL:itatistics: to foiled all such data ,I of the clansmen have been Pensacola have been consolidated and building business for twenty
& 'p'op The tendency Ort !
I.s been to in ndo1 which htfe t'all times readilyAccessible wounded by the besiegers, who hope I Latest music. We will order what made intp one with C. W. Upp as years in Bowling Green and is much

liars' underestimate '.'rat fer f fti 'J f that' no guess work 1 to starve the outlaws into submis-i roj want if not in stock. Curtis & captain. This organization will be impressed with the opportunities in
exaggerate, and it
is tIme that I iced be indulged in. sion. fr f !, next.postoffice. known as Company I. this Fri in OrlanCo.

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pastor.. Edward T. Poulson, D. D., . Give it by the Box for TomorrowMondayMONTGOMEFS

Worship in the auditorium at 10:45a. :rf Christmas. -.l-
m. and 7:30 p. m., in charge of the .

pastor.Morning subject: "Two Men at GRANDMatinee

Church." .

Subject of evening sermon: "Howto

Measure a Life." Our assorted Chocolates and Bon Bons, lily 3:30

This church is the "Stranger's Sabbath -

Home." Come and worship with packed in Fancy Boxes, 75c. per lb., half Kalem Great War Feature "The Battlt?,ort Laramie" in two reels.

us. Edison Great Comedy "1 he Staten Me," and another week of
Sunday school at 9:30 a. m. Classes pound, 40c.

for all ages, and teachers with well
prepared lessons. We are prepared to furnish our PurityIce DOC IB ICEIB

Young People's meeting at 6:30 p:
m.; Mr. Eugene Reid, president. The Cream at lowest rates to Boarding
Greatest of Character Singe instant wardrobe changesin
Juniors will meet at 3 p. m.
Special music at all the services.At Houses, Hotels and private Homes. full view of the audience

the evening worship, Mrs. Nut

ter will sing, "When Heaven Sang to Call to see us and let us quote you prices.

Earth," by Parker. 5 Cents 10 Cents
Come early and get a good seat.

Note:-Rev. K. B. Tupper, D. D.,

LL. D., comes January 4th. Make

your arrangements to hear him every MAYER, 134 Orange Ave.

light Ho is one of America's great

preachers.ST. Tuesday )ec. 30th


ean. Very Rev. Campbell Gray, Positively the greatest film j have ever seen--a comedy : !; ;

Holy Innocents' Day (First Sunday ran o Opera House costing a fortune to produce ande most remarkable and start- ;

after Christmas). ling, side splitting feature ever libibited anywhere. DON'T ; ; :
Holy Eucharist, 7:30 a. m. a.. a.
Sunday school, 9:30 a. m. Wednesday NightDecember

Holy Morning Eucharist prayer and, 10:30 sermon a. m., 11 a.m. W F'y d 8 31 VITAGRAPHS Wilieasts at large or When the | i

Evening prayer and sermon, 7:30.
The Christmas music will be repeated Gaskill and MaeVitty (Inc.) Menagerie Loose
Y Announce
and Mrs. Nutter will sing
. . . . . , ...... . . ,
"Great Messiah, Oh Savieur King, The " " " " "I' "III"'III""I"l " " \' .1 111111'"
by Geibel.

The bishop will preach in the even- Shepherdof
ing and will administer the rite of For Economy and purchase
W RIG H T power of your mon
Through the week the Holy Eucharist Hills & S EBD co
daily at 7 a. m.METHODIST. ai. "Try Wright's" Farm

CHURCHAt Dramatized from That Our Business and Garden Seeds. in
Harold Bell Wright's Novelby
( the Grand). Orlando, Florida
bulk. Quantityand
J. E. Wray, pastor. Mr.Wright Elsbery W. Reynolds

Sunday school, 9:45 a. m.; C. E. "The most popular American Book Quality.Fresh .

Howard, superintendent. made into the "!most popular American
Dr. Wray will preach "A Christmas Play." Farm Eggs, 40 cents dozen; Ice, 40 cenbO pounds; Best Creamery Butter, 40

Sermon" at 11 a. m. SAMMY AND MATT Prices 50c, 75c, $1.00 at Butt's. .cents; Sweet Milk, 13 cents quart, 7 cents pint ranges 10 cents dozen; Limes 10 cot$

Epworth League, 6:45 p. m.; J. N. dozen: Butter Milk., 10 cents nuart. Cheseoeakv Oysters, (selects.) 50 cents quart, 30
burden, president."A 4 # -
Breach of Promise Suit" willthe be
subject of Dr. Wray's sermon at IN BEST OF MAGAZINESMr. Individual Package 10 Ibs. Ass't Fruits, "It Xmas Present" delivered by Express,
I Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand's
7:30 p. m. This is the fourteenth Victor Starbuck, junior member Coal Yard, phone 566. 9-31-tf (charges prepaid) all points east of Rocky Moiiins, at your door $1.35 cash with order.Milllilli .

sermon of the popular series on:
of the law firm of Starbuck &
"Love, Courtship and Marriage."
Starbuck, of Orlando, has a poems in :
Everybody cordially invited. 'I j
the Christmas number of Collier'sand FIR INSURANCE

one in the January number of ,
the Smart Set. Mr. Starbuck's work
Dr. Jno. W. Stagg, pastor.
has won recognition before this, but
Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. W. R.
; the fact that the best magazines con- / he rio Success.
O'Neal, superintendent. !
tinue to accept his verso and pay good
Services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 m.
p. prices for it is good evidence that his eOUNTRYgEALE5ThTftJAIISEN
Morning sermon, "Paradoxes."
literary output has lasting quality.
Evening sermon, "Praise. + !
The poem in Collier's is reproducedbelow 1
Christian Endeavor a t6:30 p. m. ,

Prayer meeting, Wednesday, 7:30 I as follows For: You 1MPROVED AN I ifoTARYRLANDO

p. m. (By Victor Starbuck) UHIt1PROVE. PbuBLic
Special music. A cordial invitationto I For you the winds are in the trees, "
visitors and strangers. and bees and birds are lyrical, .
For you the fresh leaves flicker outa
mile along the lane;
CHRISTIAN ALLIANCE For at dusk, doth God His
you repeat
Sunday school, 2:30 p. m. ancient, starry miracle- I Office in Rock Buihg N.ORANGE AVE. OpposileSanJuaBB eI

Preaching, 3:30 p. m. and 7:30 p.m.Ladies' For you the scarlet of the dawn, I
for you the dancing rain. :
prayer meeting Wednesday, I

3 p. m.Bible. Of you the grass is gossiping, of you : r'' Electrically
Study, Thursday night, 7:30. the winds are amorous, I A
Everybody welcome. Of you tho waves are whispering : Equipped!
along the sandy bar; I
Of you the blackbirds in the pines I
UNITARIAN CHURCH with myriad throats are clamorous :

(Corner Central Ave. and West St.) ,
) Rev. Eleanor E. Gordon, minister. And all the swallows twittering :
how wonderful you are. ,,
Subject of sermon, "Heresies and I'
'; Heretics." In search of you the butterflies on :

Sunday school at ten o'clock. golden wings are wandering, I
And violets are looking out with : \
peering, purple eyes; I
CATHOLIC CHURCH For you the yellow jessamine its I
:. Mass and sermon, 10 a. m. bright doubloons is squandering : Two.Sixty Standard Model
,. The motorcycle value
, No evening service. achieved. 7 H.P. Twin
And all for you the epic earth goes eqaippcd witlectrie Head Lilht.Electric Tail LiM.Electric Signal.Two .
... ." ,
New Year's services will be
.. day singing through the skies. : Set SUe Bttterici and Corbin-Browo Re.r-Drive Speedomet
announced later.POINTED. I t'I er. Prize S;". See Ctttlol for detailed description.

Plans have been completed for the
PARAGRAPHS erection of a new Catholic church at MOTOCYCLESiuw'ii
.! :
Malabar upon which work will soon

t Platonic love may be a success-at commence. Another fine Catholic FOR 1914

" a safe distance. church is now in course of construc- 1

f. How people can enjoy camping out tion at Tillman.
60,000 brand ne red machines will go out over the Indian
if don't have
; they tor!
trails during the .ming 'ear-the greatest motorcycle production
t t'. Even a deaf man has a good ear Hundreds of people greeted Secretary in the historpf the industry. '.
for some kinds of music. of State William Jennings Bryan "
They will flash :rth fully armed with "Thirty-Eight Better I
, Occasionally a girl uses one young and his party on their arrival in Mi-
ments for 1914!" lrmed with powerful and beautiful Electrical
man to make another feel bad. ami few Mr.
days Bryan
a ago. accompanied -
Standard of Value which
Equipment! Arnd with a New must
There was a time when married by his wife and their
completely overt all existing ideas of motorcycle worth.
women looked sorry for spinsters.Two grandson, immediately drove to their
All standard India models for 1914 equipped with electric
may live as cheaply as one newly completed mansion in the Magic come
after marriage-because they have to. City. They will spend several head light, electrifail light, two sets high amperage storage batteries -

There is more real action in a weeks there. I electric si/al), Corbin Brown rear-drive speedometer.

i.= pound of kitten than a ton of ele You cannot fully real the 1914 Indian without a thorough study of the 1914
I Indian Catalog. It m es plain a host of compelling Indian facts that all motor
phant. The entire estate of William Deer- cycle-interested men I consider to their real profit. Send for the 1914 India
The girl who is always trying to attract ing, the harvester manufacturer, who i Catalog-the most inl sting volume of motorcycle literature you've ever read.
attention usually attracts the died at his winter home, Cocoanut
The 1914 foe of Indian Motocycles consists of:
wrong kind. Grove, December 9, amounting to he- A
| 4 H.P. Single Svicc Model.............................$200.00
Few of us are half so good, half so tween $12,000,000 and $13,000,000, is : I 7 H.P. Twin To-Twenty-Five, Regular Model......... 225.00 I
bad, half so poor, half so rich as peer left to his immediate family accord-' 7 H.P. Twin To-Sixty, Standard Model................. 260.00
ple imagine we are. ing to the will which was offered for I 7 H.P. Twin Lbt Roadster Model...................... 260.00
1 H.P. Twin To Speed, Regular Model................ 275.00
.}. A woman seems to think she is a probate in Chicago last Thursday., ....
". 1 H.P. Twin To Speed, Tourist Standard Model ... 300.00
;, dutiful wife if she pretends to keepon There were no charitable bequests,. 1 H.P. Twin Hadee Special Model (with Electric Starter) 325.00(

loving her hsuband after she contrary to general expectations, Mr. Price F.O.B. Factory
; knows she doesn't.-Chicago News. Deering stating in his will ho con-
sidered he had done enough duringhis C. R. Hilprt, Agent. Orlando, Fla. #

.: W. T. ENTRICAN life time.-Miami Herald. r -
Offers to Orlando the newest and best \
of workmanship in the .painting and I

12-31-lm decorating trade. Phone 636. .'- !on Cash Court Registers.street Warman' fixes 12-5-tf'em t I Read Tk Morning Sentinelf

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t THE STATE OF FLORIDA I liiiiiiiiiiliMMiiiHMiiii tCMIIMMMIMMMMMMM*. ,. .. ... .. .. . ..... . .. ........ ...11..." '" ...

rF:: who If,yet perchance regard, tho there state may of be Florida those :: ELE[L[ TRIC VACUUM CLEANER L[ [ ,, ..

:: as fruits tourists largely, there, early commonwealth is much vegetables that they and of w.ntc tnbU Citrus;.; ? "" ORLANDO O BANK A & TRUST I COMPANY r

1.leam regarding it.
; Tourists in great numbers visit Orlando Florida
' Florida in the winter and enjoylheioa i
( climate that has no superior in lave your room or house

. modern this country hotels.and Moreover the comfort, becoming of :leaned without dust or troublef 19061913As

informed personally as to Florida resources -
i many of these winter residents ) moving furniture ,
: make investments of large .
and thus in two ways aid in
:. sums the development of the state. The The the old year draws to'a close, many of us wonder what
fierce Electric Co. send Experienced
an -
and early vegetables are
citrus fruits
annually, has become of the resolutions we made in the beginning of the
sold for millions of dollars

but Florida has many other great re- man. year, to open a BANK ACCOUNT. Some [have stuck by their

sources. .
. Florida's cigar industry yields mil- resolution, and are now enjoying the ownership of a BANK BOOK,
; lions annually. Florida produces the SEE THEM FOR TERMS
} highest grade and most expensive to- with big round figures written therein, which mean so much to one

; bacco for wrappers that is grown in on a "RAINY DAY."
the United States, some of the lands

on 1,000 which and it more is an grown acre.being worth Tne PIERCE[ [ ELECTRIC[l[ T I CO lllnc.

Florida produces annually an island average To you who have not realized the joy of your resolution
of 65,000 bales of sea
cotton of as fine grade as is grown. through the o d year, MAKE ANOTHER, START NOW, and appreciate
worth of fish JHURCH STREET
than $5,000,000
having a BANK ACCOUNT all your own in the ORLANDO
are shipped out of Florida every

year. IIMIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIimii'III BANK cS TRUST COMPANY, and we will work for our mutual
Florida is declared the greatest cat ,
tie raising state east of the Mississippi -I t t benefit.

Florida river.produces the finest sponge
marketted from the western hemisphere Complete 'House r

thousands of.people being en-

gaged in the industry. I M. &1. SMITH President. W. II. DAVIS Vice-President. G. E.I\OLAN. Cashier.
a large percentage
Florida produces i
of the world's supply of phos @ i
f hate, the annual output of one coun- t u:i e:i:i i:i :11111 i i:111111:H:::::: :::::: ::::::::::::: :::: : ::::

) ty alone being worth approximate I
Florida produces a greater quantit.: Bungalow-New-Modern
of turpentine and rosin than an Lot cograpef SPECIAL FOR
ered with fine large trees full of oranges and
amount of territory in the
.equal wortl lit. Five rooms and bath. Located just off Eola
world, these two products being Park
about $35,000,000 annually to the d only a few blocks from Court House. We know
state. of no her house in Orlando to compare with it at theprice. Xmas
l Holidays
Florida is a great lumber manu Terms. .
faeturing state, and is said to have

more virgin standing timber than an. t
state cast of the Rocky mountain FIVE ACRE TRACTSe and
Regular $6 $7 Pants
sad possibly in the country. It ha I Near
;e Underhill. Finest grove land and finest groves \ \
more than one hundred o. Oran
e County. Develop a grove on your monthly spare
trees. change PRICE $50 PER ACRE. Timber practically
The state has some of the most extensive for clear ing. lade to Your Measure
apiaries in the country, ship -
ping honey by the steamer and cat

load.Florida is rapidly becoming a great until you,own the deed. ? I i' $3.50
growing state.
These are somo of the things that ORLANDO REAL ESTATE CO.
Florida has done and is doing. It Room 2.1 Watkins Block. ; M1\JP-\
'as room for a great many more cit ,
it fens to whom the possibilities for

:prosperity would be open = o. L. PIP=I7
In tho decade from 19&0 to 1910(,
the population of Florida increasedby
42.4 per cent. The increase in : T Altamonte If 34 CHUKCI-1 STREET
the United States as a whole for the e
same period way,.21 per cent. I
More people ark going to Florid : Allamonte Springs Florida

mow to live than ever before in the tt+f..tt"'I+t< " ." ' ,....,. ," +4" H9+)f.lf9+t44tt4SLEMONS
history of that state.. -Industrial Index. N

Purse snatchers aro said to be bus} Most beautiful spot in' all Floridar
in Pensacola. Miss Louise FrederichMI r N ine miles from Orlando. Every com- W.lVI.

16 years of age, had her purse thft and amusements, Golf, etc. Among
snatched from her Monday afternoorby tall between lakes.
c pines, two lovely
an unknown white man who succeeded P u
sine and service first-class.
in making his escape.A .
New Goods Arriving DailyWe

number of naval stores factors GEjfE. BATES & SON Proprietors
and traders met in Jacksonville Monday t
afternoon and formally acceptedthe
offer of the Jacksonville board of
trado to establish a trading e *chang

in the trade body building in that sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co.
flit!. On the 2nd of January, 1914 )ff vs
ith Old On With the New
Boom No. 5 in this building will become made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes.
the trading center for the rosi
"Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and
and spirits products of this piney- It i Boys' Suits, Towels.
no use to mourn over the lapses and
woods country, says the Times-Union. Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from II. B. Claflin & Co.
failuresQf 1913. Brace up for the new year At
which i &Co. Best place in the city to trade.
) only a few days ahead of you We

\ } Automobile For Hire I expect; it), to be the largest year in our busIness \ ....

New Five Passenger hlstory, and in order to make it so we

4 are W. SLEMONS!
HONE 419 going to serve you better than ever before .
Ybu cannot afford to overlook us when ORANGE AVENUE

WB FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSE you are ''in need of Blank Books, office Supplies ,

AND DO ALL KINDS OF dine stationery, Musical Goods, etc. " " " , " " ,, " " ' "iHHU
We save
,you money on a great many necessities The Cathedral SchoolEAST ..IIII..lllllii..I..... .?*

I I W. S. BRANCH, CENTRAL AVENUE |I IOrlando's The Gem The Antiseptic

Select Boarding and I
II I Barber Shop
I The Arcade Book and Music Store Day School For Girls
L H. RAMSDELL i Reopens Wednesday, October 1.
OPTOMETRIST 'Primary, Intermediate, and College UP-TO-DATE EQUIPMENT
M+i41 lfR''; I'Preparatory Grades. Congress hydraulic enameled chairs, keen-edged implements, electric
(Successor U Dr. 0. P. Likins) I MlltllllllCtMCBISPETTES massage and.hair dryer.
,Also Courses in Music, Art, Elocu- EXPERT WORKMENShoeshining
WLANDO, FLORIDA 5c tion, Domestic Science, Physical Cul stand for Full line of tobaccos, '
I' ,ture. I ladies and gentlemen. cigars and cigarettes.

11f, Have you tried Twelve specially trained Teachers.I I 122 NORTH ORANGE w.

j(WM. HARPER Individual attention. Loving care. " ' " ' " j
IF r K ; .' Principal I
at favorite dealers
The ette/actory,26W. or at. J
Pine Street
lid cat Established Practice In
Orlando : r Sewerage contracts were let sometime .

l/k/ IMiiiliHillMIMIMM 19 W.Confutation Church mlMtlon Street Free, Up-Stair Ex* -:-- 12-2-K Ifl'!MtmimtiiMmtMIIMMHIIMHMM CRISPETTE 26 W. PINE CO.STREET i I and the will ago work begin by tho of at Mulberry constructing an early city date.the council system RA[ I THE[ DAILY\' SENTiNEL[ [l

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South Florida SentinelMORNING A. Y. FULLER R. ;o i'

AND WEEKLY Mrs. Chas. Granniss was the honoree County Judge William Martin issued $2200
JOSIAH FERRIS. Editor and Owner for a pretty card party given 259 marriage licenses during the THE PALMS AUTO j
Entered at the poiloffice at Orlan u. Hur .ast evening by Mrs. Josiah Ferris, year 1913; that is, the number had 10 acres of fine citrus land 1
ida. u Second Gas Mail Matter reached total four o'clock-
;, the guosts including four tables of that at
SUBSCRIP110N KAlba players who passed the evening most yesterday afternoon, but there are REO MOTOR CARS carry a ready to set out. Two acres of ;

f THE DAILY SENTINELOne delightfully in progressive "five hun- yet a few days left in which the ra force which is good truck land. All
Year ....................$5.00 dred." judge may garner in.a. few extra For long life and low cost of upkeep. We also
i Six Months ................... 2.50 The scores were kept on dainty bucks from his matrimonial mill. The accessories. [solutely newly fenced. New five room
full stock of supplies and Have a goj
: Three Months ................ 1.25 :tally cards, these being tied with rod judge charges $2 for each license, bungalow I all in perfect condi
: -SUNDAY--DECEMBER- 28, 1913: ribbons. The Christmas color was and all this is his except what he of competent repair men. All our work is at tion. Joins one of Orange coun
also noticeable in the tall vases of has to pay for recording, which
The blizzard didn't touch us. flowers used-poinsettias in the draw- doesn't amount to much. The judge guaranteed. ties finest groves. On hard road

: o ng room, and scarlet sage and as- has issued 631 hunting licenses, 337 near town. This is a big bar-
Hurry up and pay that subscription paragus fern in the dining room, county permits at a dollar each, 284 :o ram.
; to the park fund; the commission while a delicate perfume arose froma state permits at $3 each, and 10 non-
needs the money. bowl of exquisite narcissi near the resident permits at $15 each, makinga THE PALMS AUTO
'I i 0 doorway.The total revenue received from this ? Cooper Atha
: E./Z. Jones state game commis- high score was made by Mrs.J. source $1,339, but the judge gets only FULLER & FOX, Proprietors.
: siorier, is an "E. Z." mark for the B. Lawton, who was awarded a twenty-five cents each for this work 11J SOUTH ORANGE AVB.I .
\ ragraphers. dainty book in which to record her and his total revenue from it is ..... 1+ + }
".' 0 engagements. The consolation, a min counted in the amount of $157.75.I Orlando Florida
!f The Lakeland News brings us the iature deck of cards, went to Mrs. W. The county game warden gets twen- I ,
t startling information that Lakeland is L Wescott Mrs. Granniss was pre ty-five cents for each county fifty 12-5-3m.
i the liveliest city in the United States. sented with a lovely silver deposit cents for each state, and $3 for each
1 Zat so! cologne bottle as guest prize.A non-resident license issued. The bal- c
t;. ; o delicious supper of chicken sal ance goes to the state for the main-
i- Jacksonville celebrated Christmas ad sandwiches stuffed olives tenance of the commissioner'soffice Auto On _
ice game to . I" . 1111 II II ""
{ with four shooting scrapes, resulting cream, nut and fruit cake, was servedat and the overplus above $5,000is NoticeR.
ia three deaths. Policemen and negroes the small tables at the conclusionof turned in to the school fund oncea

were the principals. the games. The favors were little year. This will amount to a pretty S1effle uto ml
t o baskets, tied with red ribbon and containing revenue for the school fund, as the L. HOLLAND
i\ Most of the trouble in this world red bon-bons. amounts will much more than sup iggy

f is due to the fact that about onehalf Those present were Mrs. Granniss, port the office of game commissioner.A .
will old Auto tsh-
the in it and the recover your or The oil that has
\ people are men Mrs. J. L. Watson, Mrs. J. I. Thorn-
ther half women. ton, Mrs. J. B. Lawton, Mrs. W. C. HAPPY OCCASION Tops. Make your Back and ust stood the supreme
1 o McLean, Mrs. J. 0. Neil, Mrs. Robt. <
What's the use? Although King Hyer, Mrs. J. Hugh Reese, Mrs. W. A most delightful Christmas day ion Slip Covers and Auto Top for test
; Menelik is reported dead for sure the G. Johnson, Miss Cynthia McKee, was spent at the "Swedish Inn" on ,
i Newspapers refuse to give him credit Mrs Walter Wescott Mrs. John Lakeview avenue, the pretty home of covers. New top or cushion wo ableimer -THAT-----
; for dying. This certainly is a suspicious Schnarr, Mrs. Hallack, Miss Duffie, Mr. and Mrs. E. Hoequist, where the
k age! Mrs. Emily Temple, and''Mrs. Sperry. Lakeview "Five Hundred" club were carriages and buggies at reasouar-
-o- royally entertained for the day.A .
Many of the police court judges allowed CHRISTMAS TREE AT THE Christmas dinner of six courses prices. All work and material Goo Gulf Gasoline
the Christmas drunks to go CATHEDRAL SUNDAY SCHOOL I was served to satisfy the inner man,
without penalty-the presumption be- while the balance of the day was given anteed by T M. Coppedge, Tri
i lag that it is excusable to get drunk The children of the Cathedral Sun-: to various entertaining features,
.i Christmas.The day school had their Christmas celebration the most important of which was the
t o yesterday afternoon, this "canopy of surprise," in which each -AT-
Kissimmee Valley Gazette proving a particularly happy event guest played an important part in HhJIJ P. WALTON, AgL
l canes out this week with a resume At 4 p. m. the Sunday school receiving a most unique present.
4 ef the town's business for the past formed in procession at the west entrance The color scheme of green and gold R1 L HOLLAND L CARRIAGE b[
:year, and it is a fine showing for Or- of the church the infant class was carried out to the most minute PHONES 450.269day
Uido's progressive sister town. leading, and marched in the Cathe- detail
sE 0 dral singing the hymn, "Oh Little Those present were Mr. and Mrs.J. I , .;
Tk. Miami chief of police has is- Town of Bethlehem." A short, bright S. Walker Miss Frances Walker
1 sued orders for bells to be placed on service followed, Dean Gray giving a Master Robert Walker, Mr. and Mrs.E. HOIIIMMMMIMIMOimilllMMMMI
f iercle;. This is a village regula- simple, helpful talk to the children Hoequist, Miss Ellen Hoequist,
L IB real cities neither the upon the lessons of Christmas and Mr. Conrad Daum, Mr. E. Roemhildt, -
f I etarches nor the bicycles have bells. the holy days following. Despite and Mr. and Mrs. Geo. C. Lauten- Stock

; 0 their eagerness over the treat they schlager.
life i* cheap in Calumet, or it has knew awaited in the Chapter House Our New Hol

1 Wei held too deplorably so for some the little folk all gave their close at- APPROPRIATION ASKED TO [ble and useful for
!t time. Its Christmas tragedy was a tention to the dean's remarks and FIGHT WHITE FLY PEST presents

;unhappy throughout the service. t Offer in great variety really desir pular stock in every respect
conditions there to be wholly With the recessional hymn the chil Washington Dec. 27.-C. L. Mar-
f-. wretched. dren passed out and into the Chapter latt, chairman of the federal horti- people of all ages and is a most p stwo. thy values and fair
0 House, where a beautiful tree cultural board, has called the atten-
because of its choice selections ti ou can buy the best and
i- President WiUon' acted as chief of claimed their delighted admiration tion of the house to the need of continuing ,

I. the fire squad in saving a valuable Gay with colored lights and 'other the $35,000 appropriation to prices If you are asking where vour answer by looking
dwelling near his temporary home at decorations, and bearing a gift for put into effect measures to preventthe
,- Pass Christian. The Mississippi vil- each pupil of the school, with candy Mediterranean fruit fly from com- cheapest this season you will get e of attractions and com-
lage will date history from the pres. also for all, this tree yielded very satisfactory ing from the Hawaiian Islands and
/' i ident's visit results to the excited children elsewhere to the mainland of the through our large and superior In erse

Gi who were soon busily showing United States. An expert sent by qualities and prices with oth
i r.I The Tampa Times and the Ocala their gifts to each other. The mem- Hawaii to Africa has found three or pare
bers of the Sunday school had four important parasites of the fruit
buzzard. OnaD'e'
brought gifts themselves for other: fly and two or three of the parasitesare I rfices
r ,eat champion of the buzzard. children who had had little Christ-I now established in the islands. T lrtue of
After reading Tom on the buzzard mas cheer. "The Mediterranean fruit fly," e
I vie is bound to believe that the bird After the tree had been unladen warned Dr. Marlatt, "has not only v ill find it in connccrion withis
I t is a real blessing to all mankind. some merry games were played, the threatened the fruit industry of Hawaii
o I children greatly delighted over hav- but has put it out of existenceso never never neglectedYou f'ft throughout our Beautiful
We brag about our surf bathing in ing their dean and superintendent far as the fruits which the pest
I Honest Goods and Genuine M ariety and Quality.
winter but while we ,are at it we I both sharing their sport while other particularly attacks are concerned."If <
should not forget that New York has ..parents and friends were enjoying the it should cross to the mainland Stock which is unexcelled inT.H.Evanstl
hers. A number of bathers tried the frolic as lookers-on. of this continent it might not only ,
surf at Brighton Beach Christmas i The presence of Bishop Gray was a affect the orange, prune peach and
Jay, among them forty women, and :special joy, for he is most deeply pear industries of California but it _" __ h _
t- all declared the water fine. beloved and revered by old and young might sweep the whole south Atlanticand
o alike. Several of the Sunday schoolchildren gulf states and destroy the peach
The Tampa Tribune in remarkingthat i will be in the class presentedto orchards of Georgia and the orange Jeweler
the experts are to have another the bishop for confirmation in the groves of Louisiana and Florida." !!

chance at Harry Thaw says that service, this evening.MENDELSSOHN .
Thaw is probably the most experted Savannah, Ga., Dec. 26.-Savannah
_. 1110 in the country. Rather more appropriate -. CLUB has a holiday visitor Irvin Cobb, the
to suggest that he will have REHEARSALS 1 I writer. He got in yesterday and will OPPOSITE POS
been thoroughly alienated by the time remain throughout the holidays. He D ENGRAVING

the alienists get through with him. The Mendelssohn Club will resume I I is not here entirely to rest, however,
o its regular rehearsals next Tuesday The first thing he did was to rent a EXPERT REPAIRING

Editor Henry Watterson has discovered evening in the Chapter House, and it I Iis typewriter so that he could grind out
c after seventy years of it that urgently requested that all mem- some sales while in Savannah. He is
the love of a politician for an ed bers be present. the guest of his brother-in-law, Hen- I
itor is small. It doesn't require so ry Blun, Jr. Mrs. Cobb has been here
many years for the average editor. Subscribe: for The Daily Sentinel. for several days. I- as Call

of much less brains and ability than
Watterson's to learn that Tho politician I .
loves nothing but adulation.
New Studebakers HereFour
of Miami are hav- $22.50 to $30.00 Suits at . . . .$10.00

fr.p it.his home They visited during Car $1,115.Four Cylinder. Five Passenger Touring $32.50 to $55.00 Suits at . . . .$15.00 -WE MEAN BUSINESS

be entertained by Cylinder Landau Roadster $1,265.Six IFTS

James Whitcomb Cylinder, Six Passenger Touring Car,
Riley at the Munroe home on New
t. Year's. The boys are having expe- SPECIALS

riences now that they'll never forget.o Prices f.o.b. Orlando.All THE BIG CUT AT THE RIGHT TIME. WE 65c. and 75c. values at. . . . . . .49c.
Cars fully equipped with Electric Lights and I
Those persons who favor interven- starter-and every up-to-day equipment. Come 35c. Handkerchiefs at . . . . . . 25c. (f'luny, Irish and Filet. Beautiful Rhine-
tion in Mexico should I ;
consider the
cost. It is estimated by a writer in around'and see them. I All others in proportion. Neckwear in real] id Bags Silk Underwear, Kayser and

Leslie's Weekly that it would requireat oslery.
stone and Embossed Robes, Mesh Bags, H
least two years to conquer the
country and the cost would be two San Juan Garage Co. : McCol.\.n Silk I
million dollars a day for that lengthof '
I :Sa
time. That's an interesting calculation All Night Service & :evES
and is probably not over- I
drawn. Favoring interference is one = I ::1I.f..A.Er01\r: : llOPPing Place"

thing and performing another. It is AJAX TIRES 5000 miles. '
guaranteed Five I
always wise to think twice beforespeaking The Christmas
percent off for cash.
on such problematical sub
_, jects.
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., the Automo- ".
The pathfinder car of
-' bile Club of America,"in charge of 0. = CoMI l :;[ Facts

M. Wells, reached Orlando yesterday

from: Daytona, from which point the

THE tour across the state and down the

west coast is to be continued from a

trip already made a* far south as *f** i 7iMguro
Miami on the east coast. --- K Otis /
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ATE BANK Mr. Wells said that his car has cov- = "
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ered over nineteen thousand miles this - '., '

year, and by the time he reaches '
Ocala on the return trip that the

of Orlando twentieth thousand mile will have -= Last year your income was

been rounded out. The object of the .
pathfinding trip is to chart roads that Family expenses v/ers -

1893 haven't been charted, and to rechart
Rent, Taxes, Insurance -
those which have been changed or

charted in error, and in fact to gather Personal expenses -

LONG ESTABLISHED general information for the benefit of _
the many tourists who are to come to =- Gifts and Luxuries. .
.' SAFE I' Florida during the season. Mr. Wells Money set aside for old ago or clu t
: with Orlando
' pleased
and the good news which was gyenhim Education .. .

t' .here of the prospects for good -
roads in the near future. H is * TotalsLai -
;"' ." the opinion that the people Hv made

no mistake in selecting 3MCk. ThIS =
!:4 : this climate, ====
: tf
!. t material is all right
,- '... he says, where then is no frost to _Y us help you do.I :]

break up the founAtion of the roads-

4 Mr. Wells expe"5 to leave for Tam "It is a pleasure to sn
The of --
pa this morals- prospectus
i his trip as/ssued by the club gives

the purpo8 and objects of the trip, ,
as folle's: H; I IOiVE 1f

"0> October 29, one of the path-

fjp<.rs of the Automobile Club o
;.nerica started on its long trip from -
+ -"--__._ h__..-_.-.- -- MIMM- ;he club house in New York to as far --

south of Miami as the roads go. Ac I It 'I! t
cording to the itinerary laid out,nearly -
4,000 miles of roadway will be covered
OF CHIEF FIRE FIGHTER FARM MUST BE SIPPED thoroughly before the car is

turned toward New York again.,
"The pathfinder is in charge of 0.

TELLS THE LOCAL FIREMEN CHAIRMAN LEVY "iti ILL URGE M. Wells, who has directed similarexpeditions w

in all of the

XT YEAR including California.
FLAMES -, "The bureau of tours decided that '
'Christian this trip was the most needed at the Stupendous ReNO
Pass Miss., Dec. 27.- Washing/ Dec 27LegisIationprohibit
present time because of the large
President Wilson today slept late and I !/stock market gambling in
number of aut&inobilists preparing togo
it was after 9 o'clock before he left agricr,feral food products is to be
south in the next three months. \V OJ
for his morning game of golf ove recc/ "Conditions will be thoroughly investigated
the course of the Mississippi Country v/ Chairman Levy will urge early
along the north and south
club,' thirteen miles away. For the.,tion. .
trunk highways and also on .the
first time since he left Washingt/ Representative Harrison of Mississippi I
the president had a ruddy glow orV.fS has, with the house foreign branch roads. A Three Da
pale "Time enough will be spent jn an
cheeks. He .had grown somewha' committee, prepared a resolution calling
/ rest, around the principal cities and
during his recent illness, V on the president to arrange a
bracing air and exercise '*)are tl y conference with, the representatives resorts to determine the exact state : : A complete line of Ladies Hand
rT of the roadways and to gather all
lies restored hid health of England and France for recommendations : ; stitched Handkerchiefs at Removal
throughwhich other information of value to motor
. Citizens of Gulf looking to the interna
t. place the pre7' lent daily pass- tional prohibition of gambling in food ists. '
/ to/C golf club, today "Charts and maps will be compiled
es on his way products. Many bills to prevent gam
vt to see him. Mr. as rapidly as data is assembled, these
Fine line Ladies'Silk Hose
bling Black
were on the p7 operations are pending in both
/s as a fire fighter has the will be on file at the bureau of tours ,
Wilson's < "" senate and the huose.
added to >r..dame here. One member Southern members from the'cotton for the service of automobilists. I; ; Kelly Green at Removal Sale Price]
/Iunteer, fire department oft "A photographer will accompany
growing states
of the are scrutinizing such
< 't today revealed the discovthat legislation that the party to get views of improvements a
Gulf nothing may be done
1 President Wilson is changes, detours, etc.
"" / quite by congress to interfere with cotton : Full line of Ladies Kid ard Silk
rtidatory in emergency. I sales and competitive biddings. "The state of Florida is the pointof

..' "I was standing outside the Neville I greatest interest as exact information Ii at Removal Sale Reductions.i
/ residence here, waiting for the appa- has never been gathered in this .
t { rates to arrive" he BROWNING'S LOVE LETTERS locality.
A said, "when a i ai aaaiM
,. I man came up. He noticed my uniform COST $3o,000; BUYERS LOSE "Each winter Florida is becomingmore

I j-. and asked me why I was standing and more a playground for :t: : Now is your opportunity to

.tom there looking at the fire. London, Dec. 27.-When Robert pleasure seekers, many parties taking
f' "'Why don't you get up there and !Jrownin 's love letters were sold by their motor cars with them. The U; brella either for lady or gen
help?' he asked. I told him I couldn't auction here two of the leading book facts as to the roads especially aroun n l Removal Sale.

r. '. go up until the hook and ladder dealers bid them up to nearly $35,000, tho delightful resort cities are :
: came. an entirely artificial figure. called for.

"'Well,' he said, 'my men wouldclimb Clement Shorter, the editor of "Tho John Anderson highway will

?\ up on the inside. I don't see Sphere, says they believed that a receive careful attention. This road I Come soon only a few more days]

why you can't' It suddenly dawned prominent American millionaire collector exends, as many of our readers know
.. on me that I was talking to the pres would buy them, but he has declined ;:'o;:; the entire east coast of Florida these Removal Sale Prices.

J ident and I went inside to help." to do so and now they'are trying from Jacksonville to Miami. Si.

Gulfport citizens are considering a to dump them on the British Mu Augustine, Seabreeze, Daytona and .
formal vote of thanks to the president seum. Shorter protests against the Palm Beach, somo of Florida's most

E. for his part in preventing the museum, authorities aiding the noted towns, are on this road.

t '. destruction yesterday .of the Nevillehome scheme, as the letters are practicallyvalueless. "The east and west roadways are
,. one of the handsomest residences also to be mapped. These extend IN.P.YO4ttOJ

there.Subscribe througl. i delightful fruit growing region

; y giving a pleasing variety to De
f f. Ii Warman Sells, and Fixes Bicycles, journey."A .
for the Sentinel Court street. II 'OltHoff tuMt+ttt"1
L, : call will be made at Tampa, one
,0 - of the most charming old cities in the ... .. .

f country, and the best routes for visitors Cl :
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"The party is expected to return to
this city in about ten weeks."

p. '. Mr. W. W. Yothers will leave today -

for Atlanta, Ga.t on business
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; t Band concert at 7,o'clock..
r ; ':; ,t.j ,ORLAHDO AUTO AND SUPPLY COMPANY Night, 7:15 and 8:15. !

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pairs; unit power plant; cone dutch; selective type transmis- Buttered Beans
square tu.5 type; Stromberg carburetor; full floating rear Grapenut Pudding, Vanilla Sauce
c 41-2; Improved Delco electric starting, lighting and ignitionnk
carried at rear, pressure feed; Standard demountable rims; Lemon Pie
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eat Estate Bargain Another Rare BargainA

e most fashionable Residence portion of Orlando, Residence on plot 120 x 150, recent y built of the very best material and
'ooms, with all modern and latest improvements, best inside finish, with all modern conveniences, ON THE LAKE OF ORLANDO
|m, large verandas facing east, west and north; ; 12 rooms, 2 bath rooms included, and a fine garage; with or
without furniture and auto. We recommend this ,
property even for a
id gas tank; with or without furniture and auto.
speculative proposition, and a very rare bargain for a home. THE LOTS "'-
is on is large enough to divide up in seven lots,
the house will have 71 feet front and 150 feet PROPERTY. Call at our office soon to secure this opportunity, and we
will gladly show you the property.
vertisements are gotten up to draw the attentione
real estate offices, but this does not apply to us. Tracts of five, ten and twenty acres of land, a 4

EPUTATION ON OUR REPRESENTATION $15.00 per acre and up, on terms to suit the purchaser |
All payments deposited in any Orlando Bank until : ;:
ne block from Court House, facing Lake Eola land is inspected and titles approved by the purchaser. ; ;
t, tangerine and kumquat trees.n A big lake on this land-eight miles from Orlando on |

good roads, and one and one quarter miles from railroad I
East Centra 1 Avenue
facing Lake Eola, in
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rEM. Many real estate firms in our city and other cities operate in harmony

I the owner and buyer are fully protected. .

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I MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM AUTOMOBILE BARGAIN-5-pas- FOR RENT-Furnishod seven-room MM .... .1111..11111111)1411111111111Toy
( senger, new tires, good mechanical I I house. Call at Sentinel 12.14-tt I
condition: ; cheap for cash or equity in, _
I Can Sell Your Property ity: lots. Box 733, city. 12-27-3t.EIGHT-ROOM furnished hoI
i I and electric lights. 205 E. Ab'n ga s !
k I]FOR camping SALE-Fine wagon with team furnishings mules and,I j I avenue, on Lake Eola. 12-?. Toys j jDW

heap for cash. Must be seen to be FOR SALE-Cabbage palmetto, liv.
If you have property for sale and would consider sell- appreciated Can be seen at the fair! oaks, and water oaks, at OsceolaWigwam.

ing it at a reasonable figure, I would be pleased to have grounds. f 12-23-6t+'half marks Sign road.on Winetr Park road PREPARED TO GIVE
you call at my office and list it with me at the earliest and tools, best farm in county; variety FOR RENT-Furnished house ten OU A JOY RIDE

possible date. I operate in connection with 42 other fruits, 1,600 trees; elegant up- rooms and sleeping porch; centrally

offices in 36 different states which gives me extensive to-date, J.buildings Van Buskirk., etc. Box 144 12-21-tf, OrLando two located families.; suitable Address for either F. G.11-26-tf one Rush or, T Ulm.m t :\ TM GIFT l lAnd LAND

representation. I have their list. They have mine, and ,FOR SALE-New residence, 409 An I City.
derson street. Terms, half down
through this connection I find buyers that would otherwise 1 balance two years time. Inquire o n; FOR RENT-New furnished rooms in
premises afternoons, or E. H. Gore,,I new modern home; every conven- we Vj Dead Sure Lead You
I be lost. If you have grove property, truck land, cityor Caruthers & Gore Sanitary Grocery,, ience; kitchenette if desired; reason
country property, improved or unimproved, or a business I 6 and 8 E. Pine St. 11-29-lm I.able.to. the.. 14 Wyoming..E. Amelia. avenue, next 12.1:door.tf a and of Plenty This Year

opportunity, such as a hotel, store, garage, etc., for FOR SALE I I IT WILL BE A US TO SHOW YOU
j House and grove at Fair Villa, 13 I FOR RENT-Large, well furnishedroom THROUGH OUR)ASURE FOR
: sale or rent, I am in a position to serve you quickly and acres, of which three acres are young'i to persons wishing suburban MMENSE LINE OF HOLIDAY
to entire satisfaction. Let's get together. budded grapefruit; borders lake; accommodations; also 2 acres good GOODS AND WFARE SURE IT WILL CONTAIN
your house of 8 rooms; good barn; attract- truck land, close in. Good JUST THE GIFT )U HAVE PLANNED. OUR COM-
Look for the Sign, ive 11-15-lm winter home. Apply at this office. nity Sentinel for right person. "A"I II PLETE STOCK ISOW READY FOR YOUR CONSID-

Real Estate Building HERE WE INVIThOU TO SELECT NOV.Make .

Investments FHand:: Street SELL Thi'store Headquarters

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"t "BEYOND THE GRAVE" Tho Ancient City Guards, Company j MENT STORE I
G, gave a big military dance ath their DAETWYLERMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMUMMIimmiM
f Free Bible Lecture at the Lucerne armory in St. Augustine a few nightsago.

Theater .
Much interest has been aroused by
the announcement of a series of free LOST-Friday night, a cameo pin,on Next Door UEvan's Jewelry StoreitniimitMiiMmMtMtMMHttmtU8m

lectures to te given at the Lucerne Central avenue or at the public FOR SALE-House and lot; also lots Ion MISCELLANEOUS I L
Christmas tree. Return to the Sentinel -
theater beginning this afternoon at Broadway Amelia avenue and -
three o'clock. please. 12-28-3t Summerlin street. Mrs. Norman Rob-I 1 ANTED-Second-hand desk. Ad- =
inson, 301 Concord avenue. 11-27-lm uress Box 8S, Orlando, Fla. 12-24-3t' I
M. L McIlvaine, of Jacksonville, FOR RENT-The last out of eight ,
; will be the first speaker to be heard, apartments; two rooms, well fur FOR SALE 12-12-lm DRESSMAKING at 307 E. Pine St 1111111.tttlllll fDiimiB ICllllllltlllllllllll
; the absorbing topic of "Beyondthe nished; kitchen cabinets, gas stove bath and
using Five-room bungalow, with
heater all
and wood conveniences.
Grave." Mr. Mcllvaine is not a West Livingston.; See owner, 301 East sleeping porch. 506 Lexington St., WANTED-Young lady for office Kill the Chill"All
t stranger to Orlando having spoken Livingston. 12-28-1t .I Concord Park. Lot 67x230 feet. 12-27-3t work. Address Box 613, city.
here twice to large audiences last
spring, and it is expected that the W. T. ENTRICAN, I FOR SALE WANTED-White woman to do indication
house work. Apply 312 W. Church ; point; toward a cold winter

announcement that he can be heard Painter and interior decorator. New I 43 acres, located three miles_ north .street.
again will be equally appreciated by ideas and old ones, too. Phone 636. west of Orlando, on S. A. L R. R., at 12-27-lt this year aq the best to be com-
Expert workmen employed. Fairvilla Station, on Lake Fairview; WANTED-Position way
: a large gathering of people interested as chauffeur;
12.21-1m-- lake front near station; young grape- can furnish best of reference. Address fortable on cq and
in the discussion of Bible themes. . fruit and, orange grove; land about Box 133, Winter Park, Fla. mornings eveningsor
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The lecture is under the auspices of half citrus fruit and half vegetable; 12-27-3t during the
the International Bible Students' association PEOPLE'S ,ANTS 8-roorn house, barn; ideal winter dy in your office is to have a
and is entirely free to the home right near Country Club. Ad- WANTED-To lease or rent ten to
dress W. T. Chapman, owner, R. F. D. twenty acre grove and truck land
public as.all the expenses have been I . No. 2, Orlando. ll-27-lm-d&w for 1914, with an option to buy. Address REZNOI GAS HEATERThey
paid by the association.The MUNNIMAKERS G. E.,_Grand hotel. 12-21.1w

Notices of Lost Wanted For Sale For FOR SALE I YOUNG LADY STENOGRAPHER
Stuart Times says every day Rent etc, for this column, 25e for one day. Good property; 40 acres little northof I and bookkeeper, for permanent out- are chep to buy and very economical -
hoc for three days or $1.00 for one seek for
there is a new building started in that 25 words or less. Money must accompany Orlando, on beautiful lake. Young I o-town: position. Address, statingage 3 to 6
the advertisements for this column, as no budded grove, bearing; good dwelling.The and how now or previously employed centan hour, according to the
town.A I insertions will be made on credit ideal place for poultry and dairy with references, A. B. C., care
--- -- farm-good range, plenty room, good Sentinel. 12-24-3t size-and are tl: cleanest and most
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safe in the saloon of N. Goldringii milk trade established. Will sell stock -
Pensacola was opened some time FOR SALE with place. Box 34, Route 2, Orlando, ARTISTIC Photography for Xmas venient heatin&nade. No wood ashes
Fla.' 12-15-lm now. The Evans Parlors, one block
Saturday night by safe crackers and FOR SALE-A good horse. Gus C. north of Court house. Phone 125. oil to carry-j j;r. turn the valve and strikea
nearly $300 stolen. The burglars Schultz, Formosa, Fla. 12-2-lm I FOR SALE I 11-26-tf
gained entrance through a rear win Gild-edge proposition. An orange! match.
SALE CHEAP L. C. Smith WHY PAY exorbitant rent or board?
dow. FOR grove, 130 large trees, including crop;
gun, 12 gauge, 28-inch barrels; in within city limits; about four acres; Why not buy a little home? Buy t
good condition. A. N. Goodwin, at,staked into nineteen lots. Bargain if it of the owner and save the agent's --
Judge Sheppard of the federal court Overstreet Crate Co.'s office. sold soon. E .A. McBride, 504 Magnolia commission. Address B., Box 178. =
paroled Sam Jackson a white man I 12-16-tf I avenue. 12-18-6t 11301m.

-1 living at Flomaton' for 15 days to i'FOR SALE-At a bargain, twentyacre -I!I . .. HAND PAINTED CARDS ORLANDO l VATER & LIGHT m.GaSelaI'tmeIlt C
permit him to spend Christmas at his grove; five hundred grapefruittrees FOR RENT Appropriate cards for all occasionsmenu .
some with relatives. Jackson is serv- I fifty tangerine trees, and 750 i,! _______________ place cards, score cards, etc. ,
ing a term of five months for assaulting i orange trees. Grove should pay for 1 FOR RENT-Newly furnished rooms, Also designs for book plates. Samples .
itself in two years. Address P. 0., modern,three minutes to everything.Rent on hand and orders taken at 112
deputy States marshal. .
a I Box 105, Orlando, Fla. reasonable. 308 West St. Grace St. Phone 608. Lu F. Halsted
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,o < We want to thank our friends for their liberal patronage ;

during our great Stock Reducing Sale and assure all that A

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 wilNa eour> 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 ones :

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

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

uine bargains on every item in our store. f fi

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BUTT'S' i i.., you will not forget our Big Shoe Sale. Every pair- of

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shoes in the house at a discount. You can not afford to
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:_.L___ ___..!___ _.L ..t._ 1"'_ Harold Bell Wright's masterful
----.!L:mai:: services at Utl.a- novel, depicting the simple joys and Program
CATHEJ well attended, both at I sorrows of the plain folk of the Ozark Prelude, Miss Branch.
nod Christmas eve and ont Gloria, all standing.
country, lends itself admirably to dramatic
WADE J morning. Bishop Gray and Invocation. 1
form, as was demonstrated at G. Duckworth
THE TUNER The Cl ary-E1wes took part in the the Tampa Bay casino last night Hymn No. 172. ,

ORLANDO. FLA. thedral service, Rev. R. P. Cobb be- when a capable company presentedthe Scripture Lesson.

j midnight in the chancel, and Dean dramatization of the book, as Hymn No. 183.
Christm) an excellent sermon. The done by Mr. Wright and E. W. Rey- Prayer.

Rev. Mr.good, the offertory solo Short Address, Dr. Stagg.
Mr. T. C. Barber, of Macon Gaii nolds. There was a good house and
I Butter, "When Heaven Sang Hymn No. 162 "All Hail the Pow
in Orlando today. morning another success was added to the excellent Orlando FloridaMoney
ing also" being greatly enjoyed. record of the present season, cr of Jesus Name." ,
PLANT ROSES and ornamental solo this Solo Mr. Carr Selected.
Gray gatf've another morn- thus far.There. -
ww. W. II. Brokaw. 1225tfMr. Messiah Oh Saviourby No. 162 "Crown Him will!
music wjeat is in "The Shepherd of the Hymn
R. S. Linchfield left yesterday Mrs. M the other Christmas mu- Hills" much of that virile force that Many Crowns" (Geo. J. Elvery). :

bt Tisit friends in Gainesville.Mr. to Eart'i 1 repeated. has made the stories of Mr. Wright Anthem, Choir-"There Shall Coma i i

Herman Gordon, of Tampa, i s She willf '. --- exceptional among the literature of Star Out of Jacob" (C. Harris). .111111..1"11.,11",1.11.111,1,11111.1.

m Orlando, a guest of the San Juan. ing ("( CETHODIST the day. The character of the old Offertory, Miss Branch.

Mr. B. R. Strong of Knoxville King") ; SERVICES TODAY shepherd is beautifully portrayed and Collection, A Free Will Offering fo. "
T nn., is among Orlando's visitors to- sic will H I I the half-witted boy, product of a the Benefit of the Choir Fund. 1..1.1111111,1111..1111..1..1.11.111.

19' P. Comely will render grievous wrong, gets a tight hold on Solo, Mr. Forrest Dabney Can-"C

THfl16' Grand, both morning and I one's heartstrings the :Divine Redeemer" (Gounod).
: Griffing tree give results. Office AT as story Unfolds I to Loan
laying the "Cavatina," bye itself. Lane" is decidedly Anthem, Choir-"The Lord Why
J apposite P. 0. W. H. Brokaw, sales- I "Sammy a -
mi. 12-25-tf morning service, and"The refreshing character. Dwelleth on High," from the "Lar

Mr.solos. 1 by Schumann, in the I The play is thoroughly staged and go."
Mr. S. N. Reade of Romer Mich.
"God Be With You.
This gentleman is artistovening the here last
an appearing
at company
HI among the late arrivals at the San. I Benediction.Mr. Loans in of$S00 to $3000on
J I 'icalline, and tho public can night was evidently selected with
aL Raff, at ne fine solos. Come out and :great care in order that the ideas of Forrest Dabney Carr, choir
Mr. Frank Wideman, of New York IMPROVED INSIDE fora
Abendli music today. ,the author might be sympathetically master. Miss Roberta L. Branch property
fty, is among the guests at the San I evening presented. It is one of those clean organist.
Jua today. term of FIVE Principaland
t in them VORITE THEATER-Sc. and wholesome productions which years.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Belch have xpect Shear save the drama of the present day METHODIST CHURCH
interest in
pile to Melbourne, on the East Coast, thi hiss Motion Pictures from the charge of being ,wholly evil payable monthly

't* risit relatives.A ram Changed Daily in tendency and inspiration-one (At the Grand) instalments.8iilliltaMMtilitMIOMIMIMIMIHIMOMMIHMf.

GOOD TIME to plant orange and 5c.- : Program-3 Big Reelsf which leaves every audience the better J. E. Wray, pastor.

'ijrtpefruit tree 'See or phone W. Heredity" (Rex). Dra- for having seen it.-Tampa Tri Sunday school, 9:45 a. m.; C. E

:I. Brok w. 12-25-tf Higl bune, 27th. Howard, superintendent. s. Y- \J\T ArA.

Mr. li, W Barlow, of Havana, Pre: Jilting" (Nestor). Com- At the Orlando opera house, Epworth League, 6:45 p. m.; J. N -

ha, is)rn Orlando on a visit to his Today'"Power" Wednesday, December 31st Burden, president."A MMMMHIMM . . . . . . . . . . . .

her, Mr. T. H. Barlow. lorence" (Frontier). Com- Breach of Promise Suit" will bt ...; fA

Miss, Fannie Daniels, of Clayton, :matic. SANTA CLAUS THANKFULFOR the subject of Dr. Wray's sermon at
"A Ha ,2 to 5. Night 6:30 to 10. 7:30 p. m. This is the 'fourteenth
.!IL, haXarrived on a visit to Mrs. ASSISTANCETo

Ira Fenneryat 105 Sfllman street i edp"Flirty jn tomorrow 5 cents.! "Picket Guard; "Love sermon, Courtship of the and popular Marriage.series" or. i Inn In Ii r 111

Miss Mary D. Rowan, of the Cathe- edy rts. the many, many persons, women Everybody cordially invited. J

;l, mt school, left yesterday afternoon Matin and men, girls and boys, who helpedto
"T Bartow, where she will spend seven make the Christmas tree a success -
Admis Twenty thousand million dead. Hear
B. Ives will leave Monday
with friends.
days I tender sincere, heartfelt
Comin my Mcllraine's free lecture "Beyond the V
New York city, where be ,
Capi and Mrs. John F. Parke and thanks.
in two ass a large stock of dry Grave, Sunday, 3 p. m. Lucerne
M*. and Mrs. C. L. Seltzer, of Milwaukee Special thanks are due to the Orlando
millinery for the theater. 12-27-21 I We desire to thank friends and who have
depart- oar patrons
Wis., have arrived and will band, the Pierce Electric com-

,fond the winter in Orlando. Mr. M s. of the Dickson & Ives pany, and the Water and Light com- 1 helped make our business a success.
FOR SALE-Beet plants, $1.50
night fo 'rIe will also add a large per
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick H. Rand, pany for their generous services.I thousand. Call 2U5 West Central.
will pur ehold furnishings, con- hope will all have 12-28-3t We extend a cordial invitation to every citizen of
.., and baby, of Miami, left yester- linens you a Happy
4j for their home after spending went stcompany.a bedspreads, nap- New Year, and that peace and pros I Orlando and vicinity to trade with us. We please others,
Aristmas with his parents at Long- perity will attend you through life. FOR RENT-Furnished large front :
motHiss arrived today from Shel- Your friend, room; all modern conveniences; I we can please you. A trial is all we ask. Begin the New
stock of and is stopping at the SANTA CLAUS. with private family; lose)! in, 302 :
Mary Smith will return to her isting 0 mr lIand. North Orange Ave. 12-28-3t Year aright by sending us your order.

tome in Orlando shortly after spend- kins, ete. -
kf the past few days in Jacksonville trdeU, formerly a well KEYSTONE SUNDAY DINNER LOST
with her mother and sister.-Times- T. Con zen of Tampa, who has Lost on Friday afternoon, Decem- \
byville, I e canal for the last ber 26h South
faion.Mr. zone on Orange avenue, or t
home of and has been serving as 50 cents East Central avenue, a square-cut!I THE SANITARY GROCERY
+t and Mrs. J. L. Empie, who Oyster Cocktail steel shoo buckle. Will the finder
M. C. judge, is back in the
tare been visiting relatives in Jack- 9'i Baked Chicken, Brown Dressing please return to Slemons' store? 3
known ci wife, whose failing 12-28-21 CARUTHERS & GORE
mtille for two or three days, re- Cranberry Sauce
been in t ed him to resign.-Tampa s
timed home last night on the be- Celery .
ten years Eat what you want. Phone 200 6 & 8 Pine Street
Wed A. C. L train. Combination Salad Green Onions l .
U. S. dis BeardaU and his bonny Eat all you want. .
:Hiss Dorothy Adele Ferrier, a pretV city with in the city Creamed Irish Potatoes Take a postscript and forget it. f
on Wednesday, Green Peas Candied Yams For sale by all druggists.
young lady of Tampa, who has vis- health C3 t
rom Jacksonville via .
led Orlando upon numerous occa- Beardall Macaroni and Cheese U-SO-d&w-lm f CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.

wns, was married in that city Friday was recently Steamed Rice . .I. . . .l.e..I."I..I..f
Dr. II Charleston and was en W. T. ENTRICAN, .
to Mr. James D. Sherrill. Pineapple Snow and Cake
bride wer home in Orlando. IJe is Makes a specialty of painting, paper-I MIM . . . . . . ... . . .+44+. . MMIIHM .
J. Hugh-Reese and wife, of Orlan- coming in nford boy who has made ing, refinishing floors, furniture etc: '1i

4*, were. the week-end guests here of Line. D s chosen professi as a "BEYOND THE GRAVE." Free Phone 636. 1221lm'LUTHER :

Mra...,L B. Reese. Mr. Reese is editor I Iifihat married and is practicing in Or- lecture, Sunday, 3 p. m. Lucerne Christmas Suggestions

splendid paper, the Orlando route to tford Herald.a theater. By Mcllvaine, of Jackson THE FLORIST :
tinel and returned the I ville.
on neon former 12-27-2t
9Ra what lies "BEYO Cut Flowers I
train to his duties.Kiesimmee ' FOR MEN
Monday resume good in ;VE!" Hear '
; Valley Gazette. (physician tt Lucerne theater DOSTEOPATHY ROSES, VIOLETS, :

Messrs. H. L. Sjoblom and J. M. lando.-S p. I
m. 12-21-2t CARNATIONS, PANSIES, : Bath Robes Full Dress Sets
aight, two of Orlando's enterpris- Whok .
mechanics have formed DR. J. C .HOWELL POTTED House Coats Combination Sets
iig a partlership -,TilE G PLANTS : .
t you want. Hours, 10-12, 3-5, and by appointment
and embarked in the general Bible lee 'ou want. Collar Bags Tie Racks .

extracting business. Both of these I Sunday, : ..ostscript and forget it. No extra charge for house treatment Fancy Vest Traveling Cases
young men are skillod in their line by aU druggists. Telephone connections COAL CHARCOAL :
and will doubtless do welL 11-20-dw-lm: I Office cor. Orange and Central Ares.! I The best line of Neckwear ever
brought to Or-
Eat :
w ;
LOST-Friday afternoon, on South u lb <&liTake i iI I WOODVeneer : lando.
Orange avenue, a square-cut steel all I 1 I 1 I
hoe buckle. Finder please return to i For sail Cores : Special lot of Silk Hose at 25C per pair.
Elemons' store. 12-27,
3uggestions Seasoned Heart Pine :
Come and look our stock over.
Oak Wood :

irafes $3.40 and $5, Thermos Bottles, All sizes and lengths Let us help you make a selection.

Hew Year rfumes, Tampa and Key West Cigars. Oi'huiidoTOOd\ Yard, 1 1B

Huyler's Candies Soc lb., W. KINGSLEY, Proprietor SCRUGGS & DICKSONThis I

Safety Razors; Imported P] coy Pharmacy Phonr 344 104 W. Pine StTurpentine
store is the home of Hart Schallner & Marx clothesillMMMMMIIMIMMflllliilllH
Call or Phone 20. Chips Fence Posts ;
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