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 3, 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
notis - AKR3406
lccn - sn 96027192
System ID: UF00087112:00316
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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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I His stables already well filled and Tax Assessor Arthur Butt has received IS DONE

expecting the arrival of other racing a letter from the state tax
IS RULING MADE BY JUDGE stock soon, Mr. J. Hooker Wilson, the commission requiring him to return PRIEST WELL KNOWN IN ORLANDO -

MAP COMPLETED |I PERKINS IN MANDAMUS i Indiana horseman, is making every all property for the year 1914 at its DEAD AFTER '
PROCEEDINGIn I day count with the horses under his true cash value. USEFUL CAREER

care at the fair grounds. The assessments in Orange countyare
I I Mr. Wilson arrived a short time made on a forty per cent basis,
ENGINEER HAS BROUGHT IT TO ordering County Treasurer J. II. Gainesville, Dec. .-At 2 o'clock
ago from the North, where he has and the assessor is in a quandaryas
DATE AND COUNCIL FIXES ( Tucker to pay the warrants of the yesterday morning Father Patrick J. I TO ALLOW MEMBERS WIIO HAVE
been racing. Among the racers in to what to do. The state millage ;
school board that do not bear the of St. Patrick Cath- FIGHTS TO GO HOME
COPIES FOR Lynch, pastor
his stables are Foxy Curd, 2:011.4; is fixed by the legislature every two II
signature of County SuperintendentJ. olic church here,. passed away. His TRY TO COME
SALE : i: the royal bred two-year-old "Don years, and the levy of 71-2 mills I
F. McKinnon, Judge James W. Perkins calm and like the
Peter," by Peter Donna, 2:031-4, dam made by the last legislature for the lend I was peaceful, AGAIN ,
takes the stand that the name out of
snuffing slowly
a flickering
Though the chief business before Foxy Curd, 2:071-4, property of Mr. succeeding biennium will hold good,
of- the superintendent is not necessary candle, for death held no terror for
the B. Beacham. in the assessor's opinion, no matter
council last night canvassingof
to make the warrants valid. the priest who for twenty-six years Special to the Sentine
the vote in the city election :i Orlando Boy, a good green pacer, what the tax commission may order. .
I j, Attorney LeRoy B. Giles went to had been ministering to the wants of Washington, Dec. 2.-Majority
held that duty by Deutchland, 2:153-4, .owned by Furthermore, the tax assessor doesn'tknow
Monday, DeLand Monday to present argument :his little flock in Gainesville. Leader Underwood announced today
I Mr. E. H. McNeill. what the other assessors are
but little time and other
required 3;I on the answer filed by the treasurer I Stricken on December 7 last year, the legislative policy of the house
Palmetto Jake going to do but he feels
taken j j three-year-old trot- pretty sure
matters were up. :through Attorney L C. Massey. Mr. i Father Lynch had just begun to feel leaders, this being to drive throughall
''! ter by Eph Toodles, 2:181-4, property'of that they are not going to assess
A petition was presented by property Massey did not appear. He had pre that he was again able to perform his appropriation bills. .
Mr. L H. Ingram, Kissimmee, taxes at the true cash value. In the I
owners on Palmer street asking,viously stated that the answer filed in i 1 letter church duties as of yore when on With these out of the way it is believed
sheriff of Osceola county. received by the assessor from
that the stretch of the street betweer. : behalf of the treasurer contained all Thursday he was again stricken with that greater speed can be mad
j Joe Douglas, 2:191-2, pacing, the commission it is stated that in
Summerlin and Cherokee'lake be widened :'the points necessary to be presented. paralysis and since that time he knew in disposing of other legislation. Beginning -
double some of the counties is
2:211-4, trotting, fastest gait- property as-
to sixty feet to conform to the Mr. Giles represented the local school that death was close and prepared to with the anti-trust measuresthe
i ed stallion of 1913. sessed on a 25 per cent. basis. Mr.
width of the street above and below. ;|trustees who insisted upon the pay. meet it bravely and even \\illingly. right of way will be given appro-
:' Little Dutch, four-year-old trotter,, Butt doesn't think it likely I that the
The matter was referred to the city : ment of the warrants which had been 1 The last rites of the church had been priation bills, said Underwood. "They
trial 2:191-4, by Dutchland, 2:153-4.: assessor who is returning property at
attorney. :held up by the treasurer pending a ,administered to him and with Fathers will be taken up as fast as they are
i i Duchess Hal, 2:291-4, by Dutch- a one-quarter valuation is going to I
Alderman Giles introduced a reso- decision of the court. Attorney Giles Barry and Golden constantly by his brought from the committees. Sufficient
l land, 2:153-4, dam Maxine, 2:1114.the increase it by seventy-five per cent.
lution which will keep the street secured the writ, which was brought side he was fully prepared.At time will be given for their consideration -
dam of Maxie Direct, 2:101-4, at this time Assessor Butt is
forces busy until the present adminis- in the name of Bessie Miner, a teacher j( the time of his death he was but long winded debates
1 property of the Orlando Stables. in a perturbed state of mind. In the
tration retires, the sense of council in the Orlando schools whose sal surrounded by friends and relatives, will be shortened. N xt year will bea
Hill five old concluding paragraph the commission
j Ruby bay mare years ,
being expressed in the vote that all :ary warrant had been refused pay for, besides leaving all the people of busy one for the members of the
property of Mr. M. J. Daetwiler, Or- says: "We shall appreciate a few
other work be made subsidiary to.the 'ment, against J. H. Tucker. The or( Gainesville, he also leaves Miss Margaret house. Elections for their return
.. .. .... .. 1 lando.i. lines from you stating that you willcomply
grading anG putting in condition the: der issued by. Judsre. Perkins reads i in I t1't..!_ !_ ,,_ '''!1___'_ _____ __!_ __ with the law and Fitzpatrick, his niece, and Patrick come on early and many will have
I i is *'1('. misuns secunu winter work in harmony
streets for the rest of the year. Mr. part as follows: i I I Fitzpatrick, his nephew, to fights both at the primaries and in
here He won four first purses out of with the tax commission, and .
Giles said that some of the streets ; "This matter coming on before the mourn his departure. the general election.
i i' five starts at the fair: last February.I assess property in your county for the
were almost impassable and it was of ,court for further order upon the petition -i I Gainesville loses a priest and a "We do not want the session drawn
I comes from a race horse family, year 1914 at its true cash value.
paramount importance that they be herein filed and the answer of, friend, a citizen of high standing and out till late in the summer, which will
This I I father being the first man to start Assessor Butt has not dropped the
in condition; particularly during the the defendant, J. H. Tucker, as county a man \\hos e\\hole endeavor was to result in belated appropriation bilk."
I the racing game in Indiana. He commission a line yet
tourist season. This sentiment was : treasurer, etc., and the court being. : serve God and his fellow man. His It is the general belief that with
1 owned up to the time of his death the
echoed by Alderman Walker, who fully advised'in, the matter and beingof I I life l lKELLERSEIIS was one of pure, unselfish sacrifice the appropriation bills passed the
{largest breeding establishment in the
referred to North Orange avenue es- : the opinion that the signature of I: INTERESTIN and as the minister of his fold he house can do more rapid and effective
JMiUle West, ten great stallions, one
pecially. Mr. Walker suggested that :the superintendent of public instruction -i II will be missed for all time. He was a work on other matters of prime legislative
(hundred and fifty standard bred
one of the large fire hose be used to | of Orange jcotinty, Florida, who DAILY REPORTER-STAR staunch friend and admirer of Gainesville importance because there will
| mares.
wet the street and that a heavy roller!'is ex-officio secretary of the board of I and believed firmly in its future.St. be no privilege taken to delay action.
The Wilson brothers have giverecords n
be placed upon it after the wetting. j public instruction of Orange county, Patrick's church as it now standsis The leaders contemplate favorable
to more than one thousand
He thought this treatment would be !i Florida, is not necessary to the validity I his gift to his church and his peo- action on trust legislation, employers' -
I horses from 2:30 to 2:021-4, with COL. W. P. WALTON OF KEN ,
of great benefit in improving the con- of the warrants issued by said ple and it will stand as a lasting monument liability, rural credits, and sea-
I several world's records amongst them. I
dition. ;[: board, it is therefore ordered, adjudged TUCKY WILL MOVE TO to his memory. men's protection. While the senate
Some of the record horses Mr. Wil
City Engineer Ramsey reported and decreed that the said defendant -I son has trained and driven are: My ORLANDOThe The remains were taken to St. Au may delay action and drag along the

that he and his office force had com-,I forthwith honor and pay the gustinehere the funeral will be house with cleared calendars can let
Star, 2:033-4 Bumps, 2:041-4 Sil
in said described. I ; rumored sale of the interest conducted The interment will its
'pleted the new city map which he I warrant petition ver Chimes, 2:081-4; Henry F.,, today. members dispose of the intervalsby
Treasurer Tucker stated owned in the Orlando be in San Lorenzo
was directed by council some time I yesterdaythat ReporterStarby cemetery. going home for electioneering.
2:093-4; Carazo, three-year-old, trial
to He said that the the warrants would be paid, now Mr. G. C. Keller to Col. W. P.
ago prepare. i 2:09; B. 0. S., 2:10; Jennie Marks .
task had been. more tedious than he that the court had so ordered, but he 'I Walton, of Kentucky, was confirmed
,2:121-4; Lucile Wilson, 2:131-4 PRESIDENT WILSON READS
anticipated, but it had at last been said that inasmuch as the warrants'would I eysterday. HIS
Guesuer, 2:071-4; Starlight, 2:121-4 MESSAGE TO CONGRESS
completed, and he asked for authorityto :, amount in the course of Col. Walton is a brother of Mr. E.I
Rose Bud, 2:081-4 Kenneth Mac,,
have a sample map printed and the term to about eleven thousand ; C. Walton, who owned the paper CAUSE HEAVY DAMAGE Washington, Dec. 2.-President
I 2:121-4; May Case, 2:121-4 Bonita, Wilson
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read his first annual
delivered, so that orders might be dollars that he didn't care to assume jointly with Mr. Keller. The broth messageto

taken for copies if they were desire', the responsibility of paying themi 2:141-4; Queen Gothard, 2:141-4;. ers will now become associated in the congress today at a joint session of
Indiana John, 2:151-4 Ruby Elec both
without such the ; conduct of Orlando's afternoon branches at 1 o'clock in the
authority judicial publi
by any one. It was suggested that I i as TELEPHONE"GIRLS
'' trite, 2:151-4 Winnie King, 2:151-4 house
; ; chamber.
practically all the lawyers and real order would give. Mr. Tucker cation. Col. Walton has the reputa The message, among
Red Lady, 2:151-4 Oakland Girl GIVING WARNING OF the
estate men would want a copy of the : said that he had applied to the attor ; '. tion of being an active and successful briefest documents of its kind

new map, and the city engineer aske ney general for advice in the matter: 2:151-4; Dry Dock, 2:121-4; Susanna newspaper man, and will bring length ADVANCING WATERS from any president, being about 3,000

that council fix a price on the mapsso and had been advised in two telegrams -, 2:161-4; Salty, 2:161-4; Marigold cf experience and breadth of judo words, required less than thirty min

that he would be in position to an- j' from that official not to pay 2:171-4; Sallie Derby, 2:171-4;;'; ment to the duties which he will assume Dallas, Tex., Dec. 2.Twenty lives I utes for reading, though it treated

Unida, 2:171-4;; Reddy, 2:171-4; Gracie have been lost and four Texas towns upon a variety of subjects.
swer inquiries ,on that point. The'the warrants. He thought his action about the first of the year
: W., 2:181-4; Grover Cleveland I have been practically destroyed Galleries packed with
price fixed by council, after some discussion in refusing to honor the warrants had Mr. Keller has made no definite by a brilliant

was $12 each. The engineer been amply justified.iSUFFRAGISTS 2:181-4; along with many others. plans for the future, it is understood. the flooding of the Brazos, Trinity I company of officials and their fami-

stated that the map had been broughtdown I Mr. Wilson says this is the greatest His health has not been good of late and Colorado rivers. I lies greeted the president, however,

to date and conformed with the winter quarters to train and prepare and he will likely spend some time i n I I At Belton eleven lives were lost and i when the joint session got down to

horses for racing. Orlando's; a quarter of million dollars worth business. All present to their
tax books of 1913. I RESENT renewing his physical vigor before a : rose

plant is the prettiest in the country taking up active business agani. I of property destroyed. Telephone I feet and a deafening applause swept

I.and Mr. Allen, the genial superintendent girls saved hundreds of lives by re the chamber as Mr. Wilson took his
BANDIT KILLS TRAVELING WILSON'S OMISSION is beautifying and making improvements FLORIDA ORANGES SELL I maining at their switchboards and place behind the desk and began to

AGENT OF SOUTHERN PACIFIC I IJ in his artistic and original AT NINETY CENTS BOX I II notifying families of the coming read at 1:08 o'clock. The presidentread

i ideas. The outlook for the coming : I! flood. easily and clearly in his usual

Los Angeles, Dec. 2.-Horace E.I(WILL MARCH AROUND WHITE'i';' j fair is bright and will certainlybe Pittsburg, Pa., Dec. 2.-The high The rise at Belton was thirty feet. pleasing tone, which carried his wordsto

Montague, traveling passenger agent HOUSE SEVEN TIMES TO 1 a great success with the competent cost of living was given somethingof Reports from the flooded districts to- the doors of the chamber.

for the Southern Pacific railroad, was! SHOW DISPLEASURE i secretary and official board. a jolt here early! today when com night say that hundreds are clinging The solemn quiet which attendedthe

shot and killed by a bandit last night I Ii i!i mission merchants in the produce to tree tops and houses are floating. president's reading was broken by

in. a Pullman car of the west bound'[Special to the SentineLWashington FLETCHER TO SPEAK AT RIVERS yards completed the sale of twenty- Scores of small bridges have been general applause when he read his

Sunset express, a few miles out of I I II Dec. Suffragette AND HARBORS CONGRESS five car loads of Florida oranges at swept away. Interurban car service views on the Mexican situation in the .

Los ,Angeles. (J I'leaders tonight threaten that the deli I 'ninety cents a crate, about one cent between Fort Worth and Dallas is ata emphatic words, "There can be no

Boarding the train at Pomona, the i I egates to the national suffragette con-, Washington, Dec. 2.-Senator D. U. ': for each of the 1,500,000 oranges in standstill because of the washouts. certain prospects of peace in Americ

bandit went through the rear Pull j Ivention i now in session will march I Fletcher, of Florida, will be one of the shipment. The yards were fairly until General Huerta has surrenderedhis

man compelling the passengers to ;seven times around the White the principal speakers at the first :choked with fruit and it was neces- FACES TRIAL FOR IMPER. usurped authority in Mexico."

hand over their money and jewelry.. !|I tomorrow in protest against President I day's session of the rivers and harbors i.sary to dispose of the oranges to pre- SONATING OFFICER OF NAVY As the president concluded his ref-

Aa Montague stepped into the aisle t i Wilson's omission of any reference congress which convenes in this ;vent them from spoiling. In the same erences to Mexico and announced that

of the car the highwayman grabbed )I to suffrage in his message to- ,city tomorrow. A large delegation of ::market and at the same time .the first Columbus, 0., Dec. 2.-Dapper and the United States would adhere to

him by the overcoat lapel with the;Iday.The Southerners will attend the congress. .; Florida strawberries were selling at debonair, Harry P. Dewey, an actor, "its waiting policy," the applause was

order: I I plan is after that' adopted by : Senator Fletcher will deliver hi! seventy-five cents a quart., appeared in court here today to answer louder.

"Throw up your hands." ,I the Israelites ages ago in storming I speech Wednesday afternoon. The | the charge of impersonating an Another outburst of applause.greet
the walls of Jericho. When the march will probably be opened by FEDERALS FEAR REBEL
Montague held a traveling bag in I congress ]I officer of the United States navy. It ed the president's declaration that the
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is finished they will call on the pres. speech from President Wilson. ATTACK ON GARRISON
I is charged that Harry P. Sherman anti-trust law
one hand'and raised the other as if ident in I la I Dewey, should be
i i a and ask him just
i company ,
to ward off a blow from the robber.1!|where the Democratic Laredo, Tex., Dec 2.General claiming to be a naval officer and the strengthened. More applause greeted
The bandit then shot him through the !suffrage. party on RESORT HOTELS HEAVILY II II Tolles, military governor of Nuevo "favorite nephew of Admiral Dewey," the dedaration in favor of the direct

forehead. Montague ran the length|I, Before the march begins the suf- FINED FOR LIQUOR SALES Leon and military commander of the has been wined and dined in many nomination of presidential can-*

of the car and dropped dead. j I northern district of Mexico, is reported cities during the past two years. didates. Nearly every sentence of his
fragists will try to get an appointment
Asheville, Dec. Following a I I to have issued an order calling in Dewey was arrested October 29, in comment on that subject was punc-
The robber jumped off the train as j! with the president, and if this
it slowed I liquor selling investigation which all detachments of federal troops be- Cincinnati, by H. C. Clabaugh, special tuated by hand clapping. Secretary
down station and
x for a escaped fails they will begin marching. I I
i closed today the proprietors of the tween Nuevo, Laredo and Montereyfor agent of the department of jus- Bryan in the diplomatic gallery

I II Langren and Battery Park hotels the reinforcement of the Monterey tice, and held in $1,000 bail for his smiled broadly.In .

THE WEATHER were fined $4,000 and $2,000 respect garrison. According to rumor appearance today. Dewey claims to still another burst of applausethe

Something for the children. Toy ively. Cases against other alleged there is a plan to attack the city tomorrow have participated in the battle of Manila president finished reading at 1:35o'clock

k dogs etc. Come cats, monkeys, musical dolls, Florida: Fair Wednesday, except I$ violators of the law were dismissed.The or Thursday. Saltillo, it isunderstood i bay, and to have received a commission the joint session dissolved and

to our?tore for yourClnistmas local rains on East Coast. "Thursdayfair. liquor seized was sent to the hos. will be attacked at the of lieutenant for "braveryin the president returned to the White

presents. Curtis & O'Neal. pitals. .same action." House.
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' tram The from narrow serious escape disaster of the on football the return r Equipped!

k from Bradentown has eclipsed ,i'J ORl O A & IR I OMrA

u almost entirely the interest in the

. scoreless game which they played .

,;! there against the heavy Bradentownteam. Florida.Capital .
The team left Bradentown in ,

a launch during the evening, for a rd ,, and Surplus $125.000.00.
Toward the mouth of 0 ;
i run to Tampa. I.
' the river a bottle of gasoline tipped Report of the Condition of
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y over into the engine, and in an instant > .r t v ..
the middle of the boat was in Two.Sixty Standard Model 4. ,
The reaieit motorcycle taint '
flames. The cooler heads of the party ever ichieved. 7 H.P. Twin t r .; COMPANY
equipped with Electric Held light,Electric Toil Light Electric Signal '
i prevented all but two of the crowd Two Sett Storsfe Batteries and Corbin-Brown Rtir-Dri\e Speedomet I At the close of business November
er. Price{"' .00. See Caulof. (or detailed d,,,"" '
17 1913. In with
ti from jumping overboard, but by the compliance Chapter
time the launch could be stopped, the \ r 6427, Laws of Florida.
fire extinguished, and the launch cfl. : MOTOCYCLES f. ? RESOURCES
brought back to where the two boys } 1 yc y a,
,, d Banking House, Furniture
' were swimming, they were nearly ex cY1UJUJIJl FOR 1914 r .,*' and Fixtures . .. .. .. .$ 25,974.87
hausted. It was a very close shave
Loans and Discounts.... 396, 06.5:
b for one of the college young men, 60,000 brand-new red machines will go out over the Indian . Overdrafts . . . ... ... 406.9:1:
and the school is rejoicing that it trails during the coming 'ear-the greatest motorcycle produc ;, Storks and Bonds .... . 26,013;3
ended as well as it did. tion in the history of the industry :
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the absence of the foot- .
Owing to They will flash forth fully armed with "Thirty-Eight Better ", .' .% ; Banks . ..... .. . ... 132377.44
ball team on Thanksgiving, the from annual ments for 1914!" Armed with powerful and beautiful Electrical 1 w .. .,.,.
dinner was postponed' Equipment! Armed with a New Standard of Value which must "".'-" v 3k r r $580,984.10
Thursday to Saturday. At five o'clock completely overturn all existing ideas of motorcycle worth. .. I f LIABILITIES
the guests gathered in the dining hall,
and a bountiful and excellent turkey All standard Indian models for 1914 come equipped with electric Capital Stock .... .... .$100,000.00
dinner was served, to which all alike head light, electric tail light, two sets high amperage storage bat j } t ,,., i Surplus and Undivided

did ample justice. The tables were teries, electric signal, Corbin Brown rear-drive speedometer. C.,:1 .,. .,..... Profits ........... ... . 3' ,IG6.i
beautifully decorated, and the dinner You cannot fully realize the 1914 Indian without a thorough study of the 1914 : : Yf *' Deposits . .. ...... ... 448,817.48
Indian Catalog. It makes plain a host of compelling Indian facts that all motorcycle I _
4 served the student waiters in .
was by )aterested men can consider to their real profit. Send for the 1914 Indian
admirable style. After the dinner, Catalog-the most interesting volume of motorcycle literature you've ever read. $580,984.10
in the I .,,,r r 1 1 I
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company gymna- ----- ---
The 1914 line of Indian Motocycles consists of: ; gg = ---=--

sium, where they spent a most delightful 4 H.P. Single Service :Model....... .....................$200.00 fit' y "" M.! M.! SMITH, Presienl.W. .
social evening. Presidentand 7 H.P. Twin Two-TwentyFive, Regular Model......... 225.00
Mrs. Blackrnan, Mr. O'1'eal and 7 H.P. Twin Two-Siity, Standard Model................, 260.00 M. D.VIS'icePresident..
Miss Mabelle O'Neal, and a numberof 7 H.P. Twin Light Roadster Model...,.................. 260.00 - ,
7 H.P. Twin Two Speed, Regular Model.......,........ 275.00
the other friends of the institution 7 H.P. Twin Two Speed, Tourist Standard Model ........ 300.00 | United States Government, State and County Depository G. E. NOLAN, Cashier.MMtMMMMMmiMMIMIMIIIMMjIM .
joined with the campus people in 7 H.P. Twin Hcndee Special Model (with Electric Starter) 325.00

thus. The celebrating event of chief the day.interest duringthe Price F.O.B. Factory I':::::: : ::: : : : : ::'MMIMHtH : :: StMMM mum*
C. R. Hilpert Agent. Orlando Fla.
coming week will be the production
by the pupils of the school of For Economy and purchase -

expression of two short plays, on
Thursday evening, December 4, at 'v RIG H T. power of your mon.REALTY
8:15 o'clock. The plays selected are & sBBD co "
"Mr. 'Grace's Shirt" and "Too Much GlTYAtlD h e Eli fo Success. FOR REAL ESTATh ey, ry W.g h t s Farm

Married." The latter is quite well COUNTRY Thais Our Business and Garden Seeds. in
known, and was written by the fam- Florida
ous author of farces, Charles Town- BLESTATE[ R l, I I Orlando bulk. "Motto" Quantityand
send. The first play is the story of
IMPROVED Ann Quality.Fresh .
an orphan girl, born in the work i NOTARYunIMPRovE

house, who works in a laundry. A QRLANDOJAMSEM Ut3lIC Farm Eggs, 40 cents dozen; Ice, 40 cents 100 pounds; Best Creamery Butter, 40

man leaves a shirt to be done up, and FLORIDA. cents; Sweet Milk, 13 cents quart, 7 cents pint; Oranges 10 cents dozen; Limes 10 cents
does not come back for it for a long
Milk Chesepeak Bay Oysters, (selects) 50 cents quart, 30
time. During this time, the orphan dozen; Butter 10 cents quart.

girl makes up stories about this unknown cents pint.
GROVE PROPERTY 3 Room house and 2 lots. $950.
a man, and finally has it that on Individual Package 10 Ibs. Ass't Fruits, "That Xmas Present" delivered by Express

his return for the shirt he is to ask 5 Room house, 10 acres of landFine building lot on Concord ave (charges prepaid) all points east of Rocky Mountains, at your door $1.35 cash with order.
her to marry him. Finally the man about 500 Orange, Grapefruit and nue. $1250.
returns, and the little girl, with her -- -
Tangerines, bearing trees good
absolute simplicity, tells him of all 5 Acres, partly improved. $600.
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this Barn and other out in if
crop year.
these stories she has
made up, but tiiiitiiHittiiiHiHithiniiMtiiitttiriMrnltinGREAT
he is a very ordinary person, and houses. Irrigating Plant. $-1800. 40 Acres on lake. $35 per acre.

fails to measure up to his opportunity 80 Acres on lake. $25 per acre.
In "Too Much Married" a 8 Room house, bath, 2 fireplaces; fruit ANNUAL SALE
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young man is to receive from his trees. $3500. Fine city residence, close in, all mod- .
guardian a certain sum of money ern conveniences. $8500.

upon his marriage. To secure the 5 Room cottage, nice lot, a few Or ATKANNRR'
Lots from $100 to $5000.
money, he tells his guardian that he ange trees. $1800.
is married; some time thereafter the A special large city lot, fine location.

guardian is suddenly to the telegraphs that and he 10 Room house, furnished. $4500. $2000. i
coming see young man N w YHt r[ mr

his wild wife scramble and baby.to provide There a wife ensues and a City and Suburban property of all kinds.

baby, and the complications which Warranty Deeds and Abstracts with prop- .

follow are extremely laughable. erties offer. Nov. 15th
Under the supervision of bliss Mary I Beginning Saturday,
G. Deaderick, head of the expression I

school, the characters have been hardat CARL JANSEN
work for some time, and it is as and continuing until Saturday, Nov. 29th. We

the sured high that class the production heretofore will associated be of: Real Estate Fire InsuranceNOTARY have a big stock of merchandise on hand and we

with all Rollins dramatic work. The are now offering our new; fall and winter stock of
following are the casts of characters: PUBLIC

for the" two plays: Office in Rock Building ORANGE AVE. Opposite San Juan HotelHMIIIItMIIMMIHIilMMIIMttiiilliMtttMHMIM medium and heavy weight goods, such as Dry

IR.Afflict'GRACE'S_______SHIRT"Amanda Grace Tilden Good, lothing, Notions, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps,

Celeste ______________ Clella' Avery and line of general
Valises a complete mer-
Clem ((1lrs. Calloway) __________ 4 Trunks,

__________________ Elsie Broward : chandise sacrifice prices.This .
Rose Jordan _______ Hedwig Koegel :

Horace Greensmith ______________ t1 w Nml ri stock must be reduced to make room for stock bought.
-_____________ Richard Cornelison : rJ

Madam Remy _________ Maud Enlow : Don't miss this bargain picnic. $25,000 worth Fall and Winter Merchandise
Bob Henshaw ______ Clarence Tilden I to be sacrificed at

Jerry Finnegan ___ Ernest Bulwinlde :
Deacon Silas Smith _____________ : Has always been accepted in Orange County as th

______________ Richard Cornelison : best to be obtained No one has ever complainedand '

Miss Sally Cordelia_proceeds___________of___the_Loraine__ evening Sarah Durrance YanceyThe are togo I I and cheapest no oneever(in will the, end because) possible our trees to procure.are the best i ip p H. K n r' Il N w Y rt r[ i mr J rl [

to the football team. Tickets are I''I II I ' " " " ... . .. . ..
on sale at Curtis & O'Neal's. Who ever heard of one untrue to name or who : .. :) " ,". "' .' . . . . . . . . . .. .. . . . . 11. .:

Another event of great interest and ever heard of an ignored claim? t
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importance in the college life is to
be the annual Y. W. C. A. bazar, We offer you first choice from the largest stockin I I
The\ Cathedral SchoolI
which will be held on the 15th of the the world for this season's planting and your suc I
month. This bazar is held each year, I EAST CENTRAL AYENUEOrlando's Christmas NoveltiesAn
cess with our stock is already assured when your
the proceeds going to the fund which and
Select Boarding
the young ladies raise each year for grove is planted. Free advice as to stock and per !p: Girls assortment of
the and education of I Day School For
support Amparo, sonal inspection of your land when requested on any
a little Cuban girl in the mission 1.
II Reopens Wednesday, October Linen HandkerchiefsThat
planting of 300 trees or more. Suitable discountsto
school of Prof. F. P. Ensminger in Primary, Intermediate, and College
West Tampa. Mr. Ensminger gradu planters of large acreage. In fact, the very best 'I Preparatory Grades. cannot be surpassed.Vanity' .

ated from Rollins, and taught here of everything and 0. W. Conner behind it all. ''Also Courses in Music, Art, Elocution -
for some years before taking up the Domestic Science, Physical Cul Cases, Ivory Sets, Mesh and Leather
work of the mission in West Tampa, ture.
Bags, Hat Pins, Fancy
and the Rollins people therefore takean : Twelve specially trained Teachers.

unusually personal interest in the ADDRESS I, I Individual attention. Loving care. Neckwear
welfare of the work. The support of ; i REV. RODERICK P. COBB, A. M.,

the most little valuable Cuban and girl delightful is one of phasesof the II I Principal MISSES I HILTON & DUNN

the Y. W. C. A. work in the school. 1\\

The membership of the association is :I The Sentinel sells space on its Agents for Barclay Corsets
unusually strong this year, and great : known guaranteed circulation. This
interest is manifested in all forms of: 23 Fla.rMIMMIIMMIiHIIMIMMMtimililllilllllltt McCall's Patterns
Dept. Tangerine, : paper is the one best medium in this
the work. The officers
and members
I filed for the advertiser who wants to
(Continued on page 3)) get before the public.


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of the(cabinet Continued are from Miss page Kathleen 2) Hill, ELECTRIC VACUUM L CLEAN f

president president;; Miss Miss Sarah Clella Yancey Avery,,secre-vice-! W. M. SLElVIONS

tary; Miss Barbara Weston, treasurer -
; Miss Mildred Pearce, Miss Kath- I \ .
erine Gates, Miss Geraldine Clark, .

of and the Mrs.Miss bazar Hiram Pauline is under Powers Ayres the, supervisionof and The every work Have your room or house OUr r Ne Fall I Goods Me No Coffling gin

cleaned without
indication is that it will be the most or
successful ever held.
The vesper service Sunday eveningwas moving furniture .
of especial interest on account of
the concert on the Aeolian organ
which formed a part of the service. We sell high grade iMen's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co.
The Pierce Electric Co. send Experienced
The Aeolian attachment has been out an
made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes.
of order for a long time, and Mr.
Stone, superintendent of grounds, has man. Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and Towels.
at last made the time out of his press
of duties to put it into thorough re- Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from II. B. ClaQin & Co.

pair. Dr. Blackman played three SEE THEM FOR TERMS &Co. Best place in the city to trade.
numbers-a movement of the Symphonic I
Pathetique of Tschaikowski, I
and the Flight of Valkyries and the

lovers Overture ner's celebrated of the to Tannhauser school opera.and,town from The rejoicein music Wag- T e rl [ L[ [lfLT L L ""lnc. W. M. SLEMONS

the renewed opportunities to hear
these masterpieces, and others, ren- ORANGE AVENUEDON'T \.
dered by what is as near an approachto CHURCH STREET
an orchestra as it is possible to '1..11.11..1..1..1..1..1.,11..
secure, and it is hoped that many '11111'lllllllllltttlllllllllllll lllllllllllllltt ---- -- ------ ---.- -----
more such concerts may follow. --
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I .
Chicago.-Inquest into the deathof Wall Paper P and Get a Suit That Is a Suit

Edgar C. Howe, whose body was --. '0' ___
found in a haystack near a western A
suburb, failed to determine whetherthe Choose the Slc! You Fancy-Get

case was a murder or a suicide.It E I Your Money's Worth--Suit or $15

served, however, to bring out the All ri Overcoat Made to Order . .
shadows of S = =
lights and a "sport's"career. N

I. Others at $17.50, $20, $22.50, $25 Up--.Fit, Style and

spin best Howe a of wheel was them.a or.When gambler.deal faro horse He with racing could the ? b GRADES f AND STYLES l[ i Workmanship Guaranteed

was a pastime in this city Howe was No matter what price you want to put into a Suit or an Overcoat,

01 the "inside" of many a "good N ESTIMATES FURNISHED N you may come to us with the absolute assurance that you'll get bet-
thing," and after: a "killing" his for ..
/f 'cter value--more your money than at any other tailor shop, on

money of the was most spent prosperous freely. gamblers He was one in H. ON ALL G I earth, and you'll get an absolutely square deal.

tke city. /

.more With than the a closing decade of ago the, Howe's local tracks for- Interior and Exterior Decorating I L/ C. L. PIJXI1J:

tunes,changed. lie was "broke" and
pride of a gambler who had been on
he would admit it. - -- -
top, never
Geo. A. Barker
At this stage of his misfortunes he LIST YOUR PROPERTY WITH iti
met "Billy" Foley, who is night RoweVinebrenner The Wise Guy Who MaKes
watchman at the old Condon race *
track, and has a story somewhat like PHONE 268 Pine Street1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 We have some applications for The Early Buy.It

that of Howe. For twenty years ago, small groves. Give us a trial. No .
when "Cap" Anson was winning pen- padding of price. Room 11, McNeil)

nants in the National league, Foley, & Davis building.WE is less than four weeks to Christmas.You .
behind the bat, was one of the heroesof MtiMiiHIIIMIIIttilllMMIMmMlimtlMHtltfrH
the baseball enthusiasts in St. FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES
Louis. AND DO ALL KINDS OF can probably find something to purchasethe

Foley had a roof and a bunk at the Innoc s T IT but once OPTICAL REPAIRINGDR.
track There was little "watching"to night before Christmas, but the choicest
do, but Howe was made assistant
watchman, which position saved his @ picking will all be gone. Now is the acceptedtime.
self-respect ald'gave him tobacco 1.lij\\',

money. RIGHT NOW we offer two propositions on TERMS OF $10 Now is the day of best selection and
"We used to talk a good deal of
DOWN AND $10 PER MONTH. Every young man in
better days," said Foley, "but about a Orlando should embrace this chance to begin or add to his L H. RAMSDELLOPTOMETRIST satisfaction. You will enjoy looking over
year ago he became almost deaf andre estate.

couldn't talk much any more. He our new books and hundreds of other
committed suicide, I think." (Successor to Dr. 0. P. Likini) gifts.
ROMANCE OF COMMON THINGS On the Map Before Seminole County W. S. BRANCH,
Inside Lots $100. Corner Lots $125. -- -- --
Money and six per cent interest back one year from the date 4 MMIMIIHilMiMMtMIi
The man or woman who goes you complete purchase if dissatisfied. WM. HARPER The Arcade Book and Music Store
through life with the unseeing eye, DRS!1
be he a prince or she a princess, is (JOSEPHINE HARPEROSTEOPATHS
far less fortunate than the beggar in FIVE ACRE TRACTS tt 111111111111111111111.11111 D 1111111111111111.1111...

rags, who follows the road, with his Near Lake Underbill. Finest land and finest
grove grovesin < Oldest Established Practice In
gypsy heart atune to song and the Orange County. Develop a grove on your monthly spare Orlando The AltamonteAltamonte
gift of divining the beauty of life, change. PRICE $50 PER ACRE. Timber practically pays 19 W. Church Street, Up-Stairs
says the Pensacola Journal. for clearing. Consultation and Examination .
One can not walk along the mean- Free Springs Florida
est city street or follow the most ilMMIIIMMMilMIIMIMPRINTING ,
barren roadway without seeing some-
thing of interest or beauty, not always until you own the deed. : O\i\l OPEMost T
Not how cheap, but how good.
the surface, but
on lurking ORLANDO REAL
None but the best work turned out
somewhere in some common thing of beautiful spot in all Florida
Room 2. Watkins Block.MMMMIMMIHMMIMMMIMIIMMMMMfllMMM. at the Sentinel print shop.
life, if not flouting its loveliness in Prices reasonable. Nine miles from Orlando. Every comfort -
the face of the world.A .
.. Printers who cheapen the price be- and amusements, Golf, etc. Among
c ild's child's misery happy; a, dog's uplifted dumb face,devo-or a ___'__ ___. __ _ __ _ _ _ yond the living rate, cheapen their the tall pines, between two lovely lakes.

tion, or the blooming of a gaudy flow. MiiiiMiiiimiiiimtMiiiitimiimiMiiiiiiiiMThe product accordingly. You get only Cusine and service first-class.

er in a cottage garden; a young girl's Gem The Antiseptic what you pay for.
the best
Why not
pure face or the vivid beauty of some

unhappy woman, whose sorrow shines Barber Shop Bring The your difference printing is to worth the Sentinel while., GEO. E. BATES & SON, ProprietorsMorton
in her two bright eyes; the sturdy
strength of some man of toil or the EVERYTHING.NEW AND CLEAN get the best there is and get it illlll .
tragedy of one of life's failures. UP-TO-DATE EQUIPMENT promptly.
The common things of life have a Congress hydraulic enameled chairs, keen-edged implements, electric
story hidden somewhere, if we look massage. and hair dryer. There are many people who con- .111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111"11'I'
for it. Sometimes the is EXPERT WORKMEN sole themselves with the thought that :
story bright
H. Jones :
Shoe-shining stand for Full line of tobaccos, & Son
and inspirational with happiness, or ladies and gentlemen. cigars and cigarettes. they might be better Christians if

again its inspiration lies in its sor- 122 NORTH ORANGE they tried. Bus Line!.1 I .
did lessons, but ever there is the romance :
wherever one may turn. MMIMM IIMMIMMMIiMMIIIMIIMMIIMMMillMIMIIMMMMiMIM 'Mr. 'Grace's Shirt" and "Too ,I
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Only to the dullard is life dull. To I1111 Much Married" presented by the Rol- III
the man or woman alert to the issuesof ins School of Expression, at Lyman WEST BOUND EAST BOUND :

life, each day's page is brimmingwith 5c CRISPETTES 5c Gymnasium, Winter Park, Thursday, A.Read M. Down P. M. A.Read M. P.up M. I
interest, and teeming with love December 4, 1913, at 8:15 p. m. Ad- Orlando..... ...................5.30 3:00 9:30 6:00 ,:
and life. mission Ocoee........................ .7:30 4':00 8:30 5:00 I .
Those delicious Corn Crispettes are being Winter Garden........... .. .. . .?:45 4.15 8:15
made, fresh every day, at The Crispette Oakland..... ..... .......... ... .8:00 4:30 8:00 4:30 4:45 .
Co's Store on W. Pine Street. -'- I,
Time is like a typewriter ,
eraser. Ocoee fare 5sc, Round trip $1 I; Winter:Garden 65c and JI.20
it rubs out our disagreeable experi- "EVERYONE TASTES LIKE MORE" Oakland 7c and 140. II
ences-but leaves the paper of life ii Automobile For Hire I I'
In addition to carrying packages, we will do your shopping. .
thinner in that particular spot. New Five Passenger ;I;
Two sight-seeing trips-one at 10 A. M. and one at liP.[ M. :
CRISPETTE CO. ,around lake Lucerne, Cherokee and Eola to Winter Park to Rtllins
Talking Machines. Let Warman fix 12-2-tf 26 W. PINE STREETw.llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll. ii College and the Seminole Hotel and back|for 50 cents.
'e. on Court street. 11-27-tf .
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I breakfast every morning except Mon-
South Florida Sentinel Not only members of his denomination English courts have decided that it Love needs no label. I "Mating" (Imp.). Two-reel drama. day at ten cents a week.

MORNING AND WEEKLY but south Floridians generally is against their l law to shoot a burglar The only way to have a friend isi IA j jI "Consequences" (Rex). Comedy.

JtSIAH FERRIS. Editor and Owner. regret the retirement from active ser- unless he has first shot at youor be one. I Matinee 2 to 5. Night 6:30 to 9:30.

-Entered-at-the-- postoffice at Orlando, HorIda. vice of Bishop W. C. Gray, of the acted as if he intended to do so The future holds no failure to the I Admission 5 cents. .
u Second Class Mail Matter Episcopal church, who said farewell Stealing must be an honorable occu- ye of faith. I . . .

to Tampa worshippers Sunday. Reaching nation in merrie England. In the !
a Fast living makes fast links in the 1
the advanced age of seventy-nine, United States, if a man steals a small evil's[ chain. The citizens of Fort Myers have! KNIJLLftORALCO1CUT R
feels that he not amount he is sometimes i organized a liveMJoosters' dub, with
One Year ............ .. ...$5.00 Bishop Gray can ( ) sentencedto God measures by motives, men by Prof. F. W.
do to the duties of his the If he Perry as president. FLOWERSOUR
-, Six Months .. ........... .. ... 2.50 justice poSition penitentiary. steals a mistakes. II I ..
Three Months .. .. .. .... .. 1-25 ; and that he has earned the rightto large amount, he is (sometimes) sen- God never forgets the man that SPECIALTY
I withdraw. to a quiet and inactivelife. tenced to go to congress where he forgets himself.A The St. Louis Cardinals of the National i Phone 2516( TAMPA FLA.L14Hft.I.4 .

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1913. frequently steals a great deal more. mother's tears are the same in I baseball league will arrive in 11,011111111.0".011.11.

i For twenty-one years this lovableman all languages. St. Augustine the latter part of February ,
Col. Roosevelt has yet to go to the has presided! over the south Flor- A benefit performance for the Char- There is good in all to the man for their spring training and ;
z .
+$44.Ft4. +t44+
North Pole.-Tampa Tribune. ida diocese and these years have been ing Cross hospital was given in Lon who is altogether good. I I practice before the opening of the

His tempestuous voyage up Salt crowded with noble work for the up- don last month. The "Good Samari- Do not emphasize your virtues by! 1914 baseball season. A series of,

River made a trip to the North Pole building of his church and the better- tan" was the play rendered. The enlarging on the failings of others. I games have been arranged for to uto ml

unnecessary. ment of humankind generally. The performance was given in the London Learn to say kind and pleasant i take place in St. Augustine between u reme I

F o church lost a bright and shining light Coliseum and the king and queen things whenever the opportunity of- !II the Cardinals and the PhiladelphiaAthletics. '

Florida oranges at ninety cents a only a few weeks ago in the death of were honor guests. The receipts were fers. t{t The latter will train i in

box in Pittsburg! Didn't anticipatethat Dr. W. W. Dellart, and it must now $25,000 for the one entertainment.That Never retort an angry word. It is Jacksonville for the next five years I The oil that has

the entire solution of the high say good-bye to its beloved bishop, is probably rather more than the second'word that makes the quar-I So the people of the Ancient City will
cost of living was going to be shoved whose administration has been of the our Mendelssohn Club will receive as I have the opportunity of seeing the stood the su-

L off on Florida growers. I best and most beneficent character.It door receipts at their entertainmentnext rel.A safe way to judge a man is to as- ,best post-season baseball in the world preme test

u I I was not_ surprising that membersof week, but it ought not to lack certain just what friends he doesn't; i next spring.
The headline in a daily paper says the clmrchand friends were deeply more than twenty-four thousand and make. .
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"Attorney General McReynolds will affected Sunday as Bishop Gray spokehis eight or nine hundred dollars of it I It is a good thing for most wives I The editor of the DeFuniak Herald THAT ==
.. can the can trust if he can. From: parting message-but he will still I
that more husbands don't talk in their *
had fat
large 'possum t
a presented o
the evidence it would like the :1
seem be" with them, as man and brother if
Jack Parr, 24 of and sleep.
years age a him a few nights ago and while car-
merest cant for him to say he can't.We not as bishop.-Tampa Tribune. - famous hunter, was killed by an elephant Many a man pretends to care for Drying I him home the editor stoppe Good Gulf Gasoline

o in Rhodesia a week or two woman when all he cares for is him, !''by the postoffice to get his mail
told that Governor Glynnof
are ( BANDITS KILL CASHIER since. He had tracked the big beast I While changing hands with the
self.When I 'DOS
New York is "seeking" to end boss
AND ROB BLYTHE BANK for 50 miles and when he was in 20( you converse with a gossip 31 I i sum in order to unlock the box, th e<
rule. If this is the kind of "seeking"that
, yards of him the elephant turned and you talk into a graphophone; the first ti: animal caught the gentleman's ham
the darkies used to
plantation Los Angeles, Dec. 2.-After shoot- charged on the hunter and killed him I person who turns the crank gets the s'in I' his mouth and bit it through ii::1
do when struck fervor it
by religious
ing and killing Cashier Paloverde of before he could reload his gun. Native I whole story. .': three places. Several people were ii : P. G. WALTON Agtar
will be long time before Governor ,
{ a the Valley bank at Blythe this afternoon attendants carried the body backto Think a little of your own defect; the postoffice at the time and D :
"comes I :1
h Glynn through. bandits robbed the vaults of Upika for burial. The unfortunate and you will think less of the defectsof 5Iirley i[ Cawthon succeeded in gettinj I

Q five thousand dollars and escaped. man should have taken some lessons others. his knife into the 'possum's moutl! 450-269

The mayor employes of Pensacola who are related has discharged to- Detectives left Los Angeles tonight from America's famous elephant I and pried it open until he had to tun it I :
for the of the hunter Roosevelt, who killed both I'
the city officials, but the employes sere robbery. Blytheis big FOR RENT-Furnished house. Ap, loose. Guess the editor doesn't wan t H
situated on the Colorado river and little elephants in Africa and
on such vicious
object and have applied for an orderof I ply 506 South Lake St. 12-3-tl f: any more presents.
the extreme east end of the River- then came home and tackled the G.
court to restrain the operation of
side country, and some distance from 0. P. elephant at the Chicago i Dr. BucKmaster
the order. Nepotism appears to be a :a telegraph office."HIAWATHA" tion, and slew him, after which hel}I 111111.11'"I"II'I"ltJIIII 'I"I.t"9G t.i
; live issue in Pensacola.
>! o very kindly committed political suij JVR 'GRACE'S SHIRT !J
AT THE FAVORITE cide himself. Osteopathic Physician
Public sentiment in Miami seems tor

favor the postponement of the festi- TOO MUCH MARRIED j: Avenue
On WINTER SKIES 132 Orange
Friday and Saturday, December
val which it was proposed to hold .
'5 and 6, a wonderful four-reel Indian Presented the ROLLINS SCHOOL OF EXPRESSION
early in the new year, for the reason by Next door to People's Bank,
that there will be no motorboat races. feature will be shown. A triumphin However else winter may suffer by Lyman Gymnasium, Winter Park, : Acute and chronic

The Magic Knights of Dade are likelyto motion photography. The Indian comparison with the beauty of sum- THURSDAY December 4th 8,15 m. up-stairs.
: .
exist only in the imagination. players present their passion play, mer, the winter skies are infinitely I diseases
'- o "Hiawatha." Produced under the direction I finer than those of the warmer and ADMISSION 50 CENTS :.
of Mr. F. E. Moore. .
One hun- more genial months. ,
C in arms because the histories being dred scenes, two hundred Indians. A There is no constellation to com- !:

taught in the schools contain no ref magnificent spectacle enacted by In- pare with Orion. The giant hunts-
dians to whom the .......
erence to women, except a fifth grade performance is as man strides through the chilly heav-
text book which says, "On the fourth solemn as the Passion Play is to the ens an indisputable monarch. And

Monday the women went ashore to peasant actors of Oberammergau. As with him march a company of much Christmas Gifts for His --tne aD

wash." That is, at least, an impor- great an achievement in historical splendor. :Mark them, now, on the Majest
value the
tant allusion. as reproduction by the first bright night.

. 0 printing press of the Declaration of Orion himself_. with__ his__ twin_ n_ brilliants ._n_-I I
Averill Harriman is the latest rich Independence. Parents should take of Rigel and Betelogeux, is a

man's son to take an overall job to their children. Children will takethe'ir sufficient inspiration. But above him

learn the business from the groundup parents. Two days only. soars the mystic funnel of the Hya- Father and mother will supply the baby with enough"jimeracks".make

so that he will be master of all the Admission 5 and 10 cents. des, with ruddy gleaming Aldebaran; your gift of a more permanent nature

details when he takes possession of while behind him trail a train of ma-
The following suggestions are only a few of the many
SATISFIED ALL jesties. Sirihs, most glowing of
the vast properties to which he is the
articles we are showing in a special baby display
heir. The advancement of such stars, the great dog which ever follows -

young men in learning the business is As laugh producers the Cooke the huntsman's heels, is one
Gold Rings for tiny h J
always remarkably rapid. Players, which are holding down the noblest light of the year's night. But
o boards at the Lucerne theater this Procyon, the "little dog," and Castor fingers OliUU 1 any Un|]

week, are second to none. and Pollux, the "heavenly twins," are
Senator Fletcher's contention and The vaudeville features are good. little less notable, while Capella and Lockets and Chains (jjn nn J ..

measure for the extension of rural I The singing and dancing are top line her colossal pentagon, last of all the YLiUU dill] UJ
credits for girl baby necks 1 [
were strengthened yesterdaywhen
features, in fact every individual fiery pageant, put a fitting period to
President Wilson devoted con- an actor of ability. the wondrous parade of: the southern for
siderable time in Little gold pins en J
the reading of his
There is a complete change of program heavens. To the north there is the
message to congress urging legisla- every night and the prices the ever present dipper, and the other little dresses dUL dllU UJ[
tion along the lines advocated by the
I very lowest consistent with the classof familiar circumpolar constellations
Florida senator. The president I entertainment. The Lucerne pa- which are the dependable inspirationsof Silver Cups, $1.00 and up
stressed this as one of the most important the occasional who is
trons have been waiting for a bill star-gazer
subjects to be given atten- Come make your selections before the prettiest piecesare
of the southern .
like this and it is a pleasure to the unaware grandeurs.If
tion during the session.o management to give it to them as the day is chilly and brisk, gone. We'll lay them aside if you are not ready to

well as to the theater going publicof watch for a bright night, and go out take them
Probably everybody is in favor of this ctiy. into the nearest place where there is - -

the shop early plan, but there are an open view. The dull glow of the .

persons innumerable who are unableto CITY TAXES NOT COMINGIN city may cause a certain obscuration,

shop early simply because they ANY GREAT AMOUNTS but a glance southward will none the

haven't the necessary coin with whichto less bring its reward. Such glory as

do the shopping. Christmas giv- Many are paying city taxes, but is there spread out is not the gloryof T. [vans the Jeweler

ing to them is an obligation which is they are mostly the small tax payers, this world, but the glory of count- ,

met at the last moment, just as other :and the total amount collected to dateis less greater worlds, the glory of the

debts are paid. There's no use to about $6,000. There has been no infinite and incomprehensible uni- OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE

preach the shop early plan to such, rush for the city clerk's office, but a verse.-Cleveland Plain Dealer.

and their name is legion. sufficient number are paying taxesto


The Daytona News is out in its I kirk busy all day, and they 'are eat- call your attention to our "gift

first issue for the season, this being ing no idle bread. window." It's filled with dainty

the tenth consecutive season it has things that you can be proud to give;

appeared with a single exception. It Go to Warman's Repair Shop on moderate in price, too. Evans, the

is a gem of a paper, and is filled with Court street. 11-27-tf Jeweler.

advertising of all sorts, being thor- for
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Millinery Thanksgiving
oughly representative of the business, I

social and religious life of Daytona.The i I

News carries a full complementof SPECIALlm II I
restaurant and hotel advertisingand \Ve have prepared some particularly attractive designs for

ing even for the the space churches in advertise which the, pay-an- I Thanksgiving Millinery It's the time of the season when

nouncement of services o is made. 1 Metz Runabout t $$175OO, you will want to change your headwear and \\c know we can

Some time ago the Saturday Even- \ supply you with something decidedly different and attractive.

ing Post published a story about the

experience of one man in Florida who Good Condition I Your visit will be appreciated. and your inspection is cordially -

had purchased land without

gating his purchase to inVeSti-1 I invited

>" he came to take 'possession 5 cent given for cash all Tires I '
had been swindled. This story was per on I'

t' seized upon by several boards of I
and $
trade in Florida and the Post was: Tubes.
t severely censured. In last week's issue i i I
the Post has an editorial on the i'

subject justifying its position that all

purchasers should investigate before San Juan Garage Co. i
buying land in Florida or elsewhere.The .
Sentinel has no quarrel with the -
Post on this score. It is a certain GORDON SILK HOSE Second Floor LUMEN AND DENT'S GLOVES
way to avoid land scandals and such All Night Service

undesirable publicity as that which i

the Post has given the state. I -

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[EveiyWody Likes Butt's Hofflefflade e ''K.J.Ames. B. ,Moseley DeFuniak, Jr.,Springs Savannah; W.; H.G. .. MADE BEST FLORIDA CIGAR CIRCLE.. :i!- now tne uc wortn line I !I,

Baker, Jacksonville; R. H. Barks-
; dale, Jacksonville; F. T. Loest, Jacksonville J Sold by all dealers, 5 Cents : :

CANDIESA ; M. Hopson, Sanford; L. R. i++t+H 0 I W 0 II e. +t:tt t It includes the most popular, most stylish
Gemmiel, Jacksonville; 0. W. Con- '
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good reason too They're pure, '. ner, Tangerine; R. A. Patton (N. Y. METHODIST CHURCH SOCIETY and the most comfortable shoes for _

clean fresh and healthful. Central Lines), Tampa; J. H. Lancaster MAKES INTERESTING REPORTThe men women and children,
Bartow; John B. Howe, Bartow; ,

Made by our own experts, in our Fred M. Dalton, Tampa; C. B. Murphy -i Woman's Missionary Societyof It will supply every size-every leatherin
Jacksonville Geo. E.
Montgomery -
; the Methodist
own modern and strictly clean can- Jacksonville; J. T. Cochrane,New I Mrs. F. A. Curtis Monday church met afternoonand with the proper shoe for every occasion or

dy kitchen. i, York; A. M. Schappa, Westfield, was well attended. The reports t
Mass.; S. R. Patton, New Orleans; i
given were splendid, showing good use.NOW'S
Chocolates, Bon Bons, Fudges, 1\\. A. Adams, Tampa; F. M. Knight, work of the ladies, as follows. a good time to get shod for the

Nut Brittles and endless number of I Jacksonville; F. M. Fulkerson, Philadelphia Treasurer-il,500 collected. coming winter weather.It's .
; J. C. Doerner, Jacksonville; First Vice.President-$290 I
both hard and soft candies. on baby
J. D. Prewett, Cincinnatti L. C.
; I
roll.Third the time to select shoes. slippers
Scheffenacker, Baltimore; W. H. Low-
II Vice-President-Reported 16
,ry, Jacksonville; J. R. Dey, Ocala; C. new members for mission study class. etc., for holiday giving.

i E. Loring, New York; Cary D. Lan- These have been divided into two

I dis, DeLand; John A. Stevenson, classes, each class to read and discuss -
I Jacksonville; T. H. Burt, Tampa; L. chapters given.
''F. Blankner, Baltimore; W. B. Byn- Fourth Vice.President-Reported

I ner, New York; C. N. Caldwell, At the Ladies' Aid having met with Mrs. TH, Feet Fitterthe j

I Large; Walter Graham, Jacksonville; Simmons. At this meeting a socialto

"The Home of Quality"WADE I Fred Fregil, Jacksonville; D. W. Stevenson be held at Mrs. Dickson's on December Size You Need." .
Arcadia W. W. Marquis, Kan- x
; 10th was planned, the object
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . I sas City; V. V. Sharpe, Tampa; M. to become better acquainted with new
1 I K. Wentworth, Atkins, N. I!.; L. M.'members and strangers.The .

Hon. Cary D. Landis, of DeLand,I Istate's Hipp, Charlotte; H. L. Maurer, Buf- Charity report was a total of " "J".ttt" " " " " i;,;
falo 0. E. Wolfe, Lakeland; Geo. R.
attorney for the seventh judi- ; $138 expended. The treasurer reported -
Paschal, Jacksonville. that $566; had been raised by Mrs.F. a
cial circuit, is spending today in Or-
ORLANDO. FLA. MAYOR REYOLDS HELD Mrs. Gettier, treasurer for Aid department -
Mr. J. C. Doermus, of Baltimore, LONG SESSION OF COURT ,
J reported $980.50, $436 hav- COFFEE
the affable representative of Heinz ing been expended, leaving a balanceof j

pickles, is in Orlando today with his Mayor Reynolds had a heavy docket $514.50. Also that the society has al]

Household words Boardman's fifty-seven varieties. Monday morning and he had another $300 out at 6 per cent. interest. It'Good. Try ItWright's

"Store of Satisfaction." Unity Circle this afternoon at yesterday. Yesterday's crew of cul- The society was divided into Blue .

Mr. E. H. McNeil left yesterday for Unitey Chapel, corner Central ave- prits were up on various trivial and Red Ribbon Bands, with Mesdames I

Trilby, on business. I nue and West street. Current Events, charges, and the mayor was so un- Giles and Burden as captains.The .

Mr. C. W. Dare is in Jacksonville by Mrs. Temple. All cordially in- certain about the merits of the cases object, to see how many new
I that he discharged them all. In Mon Silver Cream '
looking after business. vited. members can be brought into the society 1
day's cases a number pleaded guiltyof ; the band to be known as "canT- ,
Mr. J. R. of Ocala, is among' .
Dey Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Buckelew and
the of and the city "
charge gaming paign mission workers. .
the late arrivals at the San Juan. I' daughter, Miss Gladys, arrived in Or- : Cleans Silverware also dirt Ji
treasury was enriched accordingly. Mrs. Guernsey, agent for "Voice,"
Griffing Brothers' trees, roses and lando last night from Manasquan, N. ,
reported five subscribers
new making '
ornamental, results. 12-2-tf J., and will again their winter.
give I occupy ANOTHER MOVEMENT FOR 25 in all.Election. and grime from your nands
Miss Kittie Vanderpool, of Mait-I home at. 403 Elliott street. 1 "THE CITY BEAUTIFUL"The of officers for the new i
land, spent yesterday morning shopping -I Mr. C. E. Wissinger and wife, of year resulted as follows: Mrs. J. D.

in the city. Cincinnati, arrived Monday to spend Wright Realty and Seed com Rush, president; Mrs. J. L Giles, first

Mr. T. R. Cadenas has gone to the winter in Orlando and are com- pany is offering to furnish seed free vice-president; Mrs. J .H. Vick, sec-iIi Ii THE SANITARY GROCERY ;

Jacksonville to spend a week in the ;fortably located with Mrs. H. E. of charge to any who Will plant park- ond vice-president; Mrs. J.1.. Ped-

interest of his company. Hardy, on West Central avenue. ,ways under its direction. It is likely rick, third vice-president; Mrs. J. F. I CARUTHERS & GORE

Keys. Warman makes 'em on Mrs. R. M. Clarke arrived yesterday -1:that this offer will increase the num- Fuller, fourth vice-president; Mrs. E. I.j
11-27-tf ber of parkways connected with pri- A. Potts, corresponding secretary foreign -I
Court street.
from Vineyard Haven, Mass., ?
Phone 200 6 & 8 Pine Street.
vate in Orlando. The offeris I
Dr. C. J. Marshall and Mrs. J. A. where she had spent the summer. The property department; Mrs. Aubrey Smith,

Clark, of Oviedo, were among Orlando's genial captain had preceded Mrs. certainly generous and does creditto corresponding secretary home depart-l --- !
Orlando and had their homeon the firm making the offer. ment; Mrs. I. W. Phillips, recording
welcome visitors yesterday.Miss Clarke to If CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS. ,
I secretary; Mrs. J. R. Davis, re-
Kate Lenoir, of Chattanooga, Orange avenue ready for his wife.
has returned to Orlando for the win- W. S. who has been :, II I 11"'i.
Hon. King UNUSUALLY BUSY DAY Social meetings are being held with _ _. __ _____
ter and is located at the spending a couple of weeks in Or-,. -
members, at which the ladies bring
For trees W. H. Brokaw. Of- lando, left yesterday for Columbus
see The county commissioners spent an their work, and a silver offering is
ice opposite postoffice. Phone 267. Ohio, where he will represent his unusually busy day in regular monthly left, for the benefit of pipe organ I.
12-2-tf county in the legislature. Dr. King's session yesterday. It was long fund. .

Mr. W. W. Marquis, of Kansas home is in Ashtabula, and he is one after dark before they adjourned.The The meeting closed with prayer by i -- .,,
d[ JgL
City, Mo., .arrived in Orlando last of the Sentinel's valued subscribers. routine business was so heavy Mrs J. D. Rush. i

night. lie is a guest of the San Judge W. H. Baker, of Jacksonville, that the matter of appointing the MRS. J. R. DAVIS, Press Reporter.)' ,l 1.ii 1. S _
Juan. spent a few hours in Orlando yester-.bond trustees went over. I' vo --0 0I

:Mr. and Mrs. Robert Galey are expected day, having business in a master's ; SIGNS OF THE TIMES

here today from Beaver, Pa., hearing before Judge Warlow. Judge SCHOOLS TO CLOSE
Buy diamonds, watches, and jewelry -
and will occupy their home at No. 6 Baker said, "My, this town is grow j FOR HOLIDAYS DEC. 19 here and have no regrets. Evans, II
East South street. ing fast. I like it. I have always I The county school board met yester- the Jeweler. I

Mr. L P. Broadfield, train dispatcher said that if I ever left Jacksonville'.day and fixed December 19 as the I II Ii I
for the Atlantic Coast Line, with I would come to Orlando to live." j|date for closing the schools for the i I I : t ;) l tP.0.IIF'ryi ; !
!!Christmas holidays, to reopen after j
in Sanford Or- t
headquarters was an 1
If you fail to get your paper tele- occasions'!
Appropriate cards for all
two weeks' vacation January 5.
lando visitor yesterday. phone this office and we will do our -menu, place cards, score cards, etc. _, .aas
best to that is delivered I I Also designs for book plates. Samples : -
Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Monroe, of see your paper -
I I i Where are those desirable Gatlin on hand and orders taken at 112!
Riverton, N. J., will arrive today to promptly and in good shape.
( 'lots? Jansen will show you. Grace St. Phone 608. Lu F. Halsted.
spend another season at their pretty]I I The Sentinel's carrier boys are striv-

home on Lucerne Circle. ing to give the very best possible ser-I
Eat what you want.
vice, but in case they do not deliver i Oir'
i r Eat all want.
you I
Mrs. G. C. Field and child, who
your paper, the only way the matter Take a postscript and forget it. COAL WOOD COKE
have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. I For sale all
can be remedied is to send in your by druggists.
H. Westover, returned to their home I ll-30-d&w-lm Charcoal ;
complaint to the office. The manage
in Jacksonville yesterday.
ment can not personally see to the
Turpentine Chips :
Mr. Robert Magruder has just returned delivery of every paper, and the only i I ,

from an extended trip southin way we can perfect our service is for LUTHER THE FLORISTCut Fence Posts : ;

the interest of his company. Bob our patrons to let us know when.they Flowers l

is a big noise and consequently is do not receive the paper. 'Wood Yard
\ \
missed when away. i ROSES, VIOLETS, I _
Eat you want. -
Order grapefruit and orange trees Eat all you want. I CARNATIONS, PANSIES, B. W. KINGSLEY, Proprietor !I t

now.. W. H. Brokaw, salesman. Take a postscript and forget it. I I Phone 344 104 W. Pine St. !
For sale by all druggists. POTTED PLANTS
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L < f $25 buys a mighty 'oodsuit

not best because it's largest in I

sales-but largest in sales because

Coming Thursday, Dec. 4. j il's best. There are six Fords sold .111111111..111111.1..1..111. . .i iare .

10 01 other car.
Streets of New ink emphasizing $25 suits. You can i
I np i hard to find a more convincing I
expect real value at this figure.

reason why you should own one. *
Blues and mixtures. You
j grays can
In four reels
have them at $20 or $30; we recom- i
Dion Boucicaultfs drama mend the $25 suits.SCRUGGS .
great Six Touring Cars will arrive next I

played in New York for 800 nights. I Week. Place your order now. II rrl -i. e+ bb I'IIIIII"I'I" "

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43 acres, located three miles north- ,. .
west of Orlando, on S. A. L. R. R., at EVERYTHING NEW for Xmas at
"I have a list of 100,000 names and Fairvilla Station, on Lake Fairview; the Evans Parlors, No. 100 North New Goods Arriving Daily. Latest
every person on it is a 'sucker. MUNNIMAKERSNotices lake front near station; young grapefruit Main. Phone 125. 1-26-tf

The individual who spoke was a well of Lost. Wanted, For Sale For and orange grove; land about Patterns in
Rent etc. for this column, 23c; for one day i
dressed man who made his headquarters 50c fr three days or 75c for one week, for half citrus fruit and half vegetable; LOST-A small red book, memoran-
25 words or less. Money must accompany :8-room house, barn; ideal winter dum. Finder leave at this office
in the lobby of one of the the advertisements fer this column as no 'home
right near Country Club. and receive reward. 12-3-3t
,' says the New York Sun. "And out insertions will be made on credit dress W. T. Chapman, owner, R. F. D.No. Ladies Dress Goods,

of those names I make my living. _2_, _Orlando._ 112ilmd&wdU WANTED second-hand buckboardor
' 4 This may seem strange to you, but FOR SALE light spring wagon. Caruthers Men Women Childen's
the day of the 'sucker' has not passed. FOR SALE-Acme adjustable dress

With all the newspaper publications form. 405 South Lake St. 12-1-6t Ask your real estate man to show Artistic photographs for Xmas at Muslin and Knit Underwear

I b one would imagine he would get you early the five California Bunga- the Evans Parlors, No. 100 N. Main. ,
FOR SALE-A good horse. Gus C. lows which are nearing completion. Phone 25. ll-15-tf
'wise' to the many fake schemes. will be finished in Decem- i|
I Schultz, Formosa, Fla. 12-2-lm They early
Only the other day we read that the ber. They will be very attractive Not one for sale except to purchasers -1 Boys School Suits

: .; Gonsdorf gang had filched more than FOR SALE-House and lot; also lots I architecturally, well planned, and who will build it. Carl Jansen
Broadway, Amelia and on
on avenue "quick sale" prices will be made on
$50,000 from a fellow by the time- Summerlin street. Mrs. Norman Rob- them when finished. Early inspec- will explain the terms. 11-26-tf"

} worn race horse swindle." inson, 301 Concord avenue. 11-27-lm,tion recommended.

When asked where he found a mar- I Note-No. 4 has already been sold, WANTED-Position as dairyman;I McCULLOCH'SDEPARTMENT

s ket for the "sucker" list he said. "I :FOR SALE-Anything in Florida based on opening prices. several years' experience; by mar-
'i I Real Estate. Orange County Realty 11-8-tf FRED B. DALE, Owner. I
M Call address L. II.
sell those lists of suckers to dealers,, 1112.1m ried man. on or i
': Jarrett, 205 West Pine St. 11-29-tf' STORE
charging so much per thousand I

names. No matter how shady the FOR SALE-Work horse, harness FOR REN1
I I and wagon. Inquire 402 West Cen- ARTISTIC Photography for Xmas
scheme may be that you are floating tral avenue. Cheap. ll-30-3t now. The Evans Parlors, one block

, there are always somewhere suckersto NEATLY FURNISHED ROOM, for north of Court house. Phone 125.

take it up. I sell the dealers the'FOR SALE-Anything in Florida I I I: quiet couple; breakfast if desired; ll-2G-tf l : Next Door to Evan's Jewelry Store
Real Estate. Orange County Realty private family. 202 E. Robinson Ave.
and addresses of these suck-I
names Company. 11-12-lm I I, FINE SPORT FISHING at Oakland,
ers. And I am continually gathering well Fla. Motor boats and fish boats '" 1"1 I' , u , I' , I , , I' t II ...K4+>.
I \\FOR RENT-Large, furnishedrooms.
names of new suckers. Do you real- Apply 214 Robinson Ave., for rent by Paul Rhodey. Phone orders -I _
to A. J. Willis & Co.'s store.
ize now how valuable my sucker list Eola Circlie. 11- ,,-1"v I
I I 11201m.

{ "Nearly every person in the world FOR- RENT-To one or two young LOST-Silver Shrine pin, size of half i
FOR SALE-A large bungalow an men of good habits, pleasant front I
'f dollar; also an old fashioned gold
is a sucker in something. I myself lot on North Orange avenue. Price room in refined family.! Address A. B., bar pin with mosaic setting. Returnto I

: fall for the health game and I pride'reasonable. Address or call on Rolla care Sentinel. 11-30-1w Sentinel office and receive reward. ;i i128Gt .HOTWATER'

\' myself on knowing all the angles to :Reel at the Steam Laundry. 11-19-tf I\
FOR RENT-Well furnished
'soft' money business. I will buy any;,DON'T DELAY, but get your Xmas rooms i I ,
in modern home, close in; electric l
AGRICULTURAL blasting ,I Isubeoiling
new preparation for the cure or aid I Photos now at the Evans Parlors, lights, bath, hot and cold water; also tree planting, ,ditching stump : /VHEN 4

of indigestion. There are millions of i one block north of court house. Phone rooms for light housekeeping. 114 E. lowing, orchard renovating; land; V .. .1 )

125.___ __ _ 11-26-tf Jackson St. 11 0-3t
persons who await eagerly any new cleared ready for the plow. Dynamite I I ff| IJ G*7

, hair tonic and the like number of I FOR SALE-New, inexpensive, modern FOR RENT-Well furnished rooms and supplies. Estimates cheerfully sv'JkW K >!W *{ ) *"i
two-story house; five rooms, furnished. L N. Lewis 406 East St.
women who wait impatiently for new for light housekeeping; bath, hot
bath and Apply
sleeping porch.
massage cream. I have a list of more America street. 11-19-lm and cold water; electric lights and, Orlando, Fla. 11-29-lw i *
telephone; close in. 312 N. Main St. %?feNT
than 50,000 of these women. Anderson WANTED know that
FOR SALE-New residence, 409 12-1-lwk -E\erybody to IT
"How could fake health doctors exist street. Terms, half down, now is the time to plant citrus Ii

if they didn't keep adding their balance two years time. Inquire on FOR RENT-Furnished rooms, close trees: rose bushes, and plants of all

j 'come-on' lists They have I'I'l premises afternoons, or E. H. Gore,i, in; have electric lights and bath;, kinds, and that I have a very large JI 1 --- "'" "
new Caruthers & Gore Sanitary Grocery, reasonable to permanent roomers. 7 and varied stock of the best varieties. II f I '- POSSIBLY
health compounds that may be made i'I 6 and 8 E. Pine St. 11-29-1m .W. Robinson Ave., Orlando.. ll-29-3t. "Bill" Speer, 406 South Hughey St.
for barrel and sold for bot-I - -- --- -- ---- I 11-23-Gt
$1 a $1 a cherry I
FOR SALE-A few very fine !TO LET-Six-room house, 603 W. r. that an unlimited
tle. These houses keep well tabulated laurel, 2 to 2 1-2 inches diameter, Amelia reasonable. Also
avenue; of hot
I supply
lists and files of letters from persons for shade trees. Now is the time to 5-room house with bath for sale WHY PAY exorbitant rent or board? 1
one .
who promise to be productive. plant. C. W. Townsend, 503 W. Cen-I for $1600; new. Inquire owner, on Why not buy a little home? Buyit tc l 111 ' t'' water hot water

tral Ave. adjoining 11-28-6t of the owner' and save the agent'scommission. when want it-hot long want it-is
Some of these letters are 10 or 12 property. Address B., Box 178. I you as as you

years old and in which the sucker FOR SALE :FOR RENT-Large room, with two 11-30-lm. now inexpensively obtained without any further
described his ailment. He is circu- Five-room bungalow, with bath and suitable for
I beds; two gentlemen; thought than you give to turning on
,sleeping porch. 506 Lexington St., also front with of kitchen WANTED-To exchange a vacant 'lot
larized. When the the I room use
answer comes
Concord Park. Lot 67x230 ft. QfteyThompson. If desired, with private family. 302 on Concord avenue, Orlando, for a or off the gas light. Unless you have
10-year-old letter furnishes the diag-!I 12-1-lmo North Orange Ave. ll-30-6t I five-passenger car, Ford or Overland seen or heard about the wonderful
nosis of the case; after that he is FOR SALE -- --- I preferred, 1913 'or 1914 model; must

fairly easy to land. I I with small stone house FINELY FURNISHED modern home, be in A-No. condition. J. 0. Evans, Ruud Automatic
Four lots, ,
consisting of 10 rooms; arranged to Maitland, Fla. 11-30-tf -
"Just think of the numerous news- and
with bearing orange grapefruit e,
I accommodate two families. Reason-
paper stories of men who have fallen|trees. No. 9 Hill St., east of Lake able rent for season. Cooper & Atha. Gatlin is two miles from the cor- Gas Water Heater

for the gold mine game. Why," he !Eola, half block from Central avenue. ll-30-3t porate limits of Orlando, or 31-2

continued, "if have new 11-28 miles from the court house. It is rec- this sounds like a pretty big claim but like
you any FOR RENT-Furnished house, ten I ognized as Orlando's most pictur- all ingenious devices, it is extremely simple.
r. scheme for which you need names to FOR SALE The Ruud is usually installed in the base- '
oroms and sleeping porch; centrally esque suburb, and most desirable for
i: sell the stock come to me and let me House and grove at Fair Villa, 13 located; suitable for either one or suburban residences. No lot for sale ment, to the ordinary house piping. The l

I sell you my list of ever-waiting per i i acres, of which three acres are young two families. Address F. G. Rush, save to a purchaser who will build on mere acf of turning on any hot water faucet -
I budded grapefruit; borders lake; starts the heater in operation. The wateris
11-26-tf it.
City. No lot to ue sold to undesirable
sons. I'll guarantee you they are all house of 8 rooms; good barn; attract- A prousion will be insertedin heated instantly-pure, unlimited hot '

I good biters." I ive winter home. Apply at this office.I I11151m ROOMS FOR RENT for light house- parties.tach deed forfeiting the title if water, fit to drink as it is to bath in. Closing
: the faucet turns off the gas in the heater-
-- keeping, with all conveniences. 307 intoxicants are ever sold on the .
'ff without moment's
a waste of fuel. '
FOR SALE-New modern five-room E. Pine street. 12-3-lm grounds. It must be a clean com-
r The Kissimmee Valley Gazette says cottage; 10 minutes walk from munity or no community. See Carl See the Ruud Operated at the Gas Office ,1

i. the people there are demanding a postpffice I and in rapidly growing FOR RENT-Large, well furnishedroom Jansen for prices, conditions or terms.

t t. public park, and goes on to say that section. Small payment and easy to persons wishing suburbanaccommodations 11.29-tf

the civic has taken the matter j. terms. Also, fine corner lot, $150 ; also 2 acres. good
s cash, balance on easy terms. Ad- truck land, close in. Good opportu- Orlando Water & Light Company

up and will carry it to a successful dress A. B.,' care Sentinel. 1-30-lw nity for right person. Address "A," You can not keep posted on whatis

: conclusion Sentinel. 9-Stf going on in Orlando and the worldat GAS DEPARTMENT
FOR SALE-I have two hundred
) -- strands of well seasoned pine,most- FOR RENT BY SEASON large without getting the Senti'nel
A. D. Galbraith, D. V. S., the veterinary ly large timber. I will deliver full Elegantly furnished seven-room regularly. If not on the list sendin

surgeon, located at T. J.Mathers' ., rands in Orlando at $2.25. Write! house. Three bed chambers. A-110- your subscription at once. A tel-
me, R. F. D. 1, or leave order with I cation. $75 per month. Cooper &
livery stable. Phone 14. ephone will fetch it.
Dickson & Ives. J. W. Gaines. Atha, 114 South Orange avenue. message Only
1113tf. 12-3-lwk (ll-30-3t costs ten cents a week.


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We want to thank our friends for their liberal patronage

during our great Stock Reducing Sale and assure all that

your patronage has been thoroughly appreciated.It .

has been our, purpose to serve the people of ORANGE

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

goods at the lowest prices consistent for good merchandise.

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

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

satisfactorily than in the past.

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

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

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

uine bargains on every item in our store.

Kincaid &, SnowdenFURNITURE



Cor Main and Pine Streets Orlando, Florida

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CAR WITH A CONSCIENCE"Model "The Cafe That Pleases"J.

I I B, MAGRUDER, Proprietor of the Arcade Cafe, wishes to annouce to the
public that he will put on two chicken dinners a week.

Tuesdays and Thursdays at prices of regular meals 35 cents.
Sunday Turkey dinner at 50 cents
Five gallons of fresh oysters just received.
20 Meal Tickets for $6,00.
A S6.00 dollar ticket for 55.00.

,We have a fine new Chef, good waiters and are prepared to give our ptrons
the best of service. We solicit your patronage.


43 Chassis: Five-passenger touring car. Wheel base is 116 inches; double drop frame.
Motor 41-4 x 51-4; four cylinders, cast in pairs; unit power plant; cone dutch; selective type transmis- 70 Jersey Cows. Auto Truck to deliver milk. Best Milk
sion German silver "V" shaped radiator, square tt.l.,! type; Stromberg carburetor; full floating rear in
axle.: New Departure bearings; tires, 35 x 4 1-2; Improved Delco electric starting, lighting and i ignition the City. Phone 231
system. Gasoline capacity, 21 gallons, tank carried at rear, pressure feed; Standard demountable rims; 4 Rings.
10 inch upholstering; nickel trimmings; body, steel; colors: blue or gray, Mack running gear. Prices
fully equipped: Touring car, $1,875 delivered. Other models $1,150 to $3,000. JOHN LEE, Manager



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has been recently announced that Former Governor Gilchrist has in- MODERN PRINTING
the Haney Fire' Apparatus company vested in a sixty-acre addition to Ar-
(date commence the cadia. The former governor hasn't
will at early
an When you want printing, enjoy the .)4 81 Ie 11111 II.t.
for the manu- visited Orlando lately.
building of a factory i
of this
privileges modernly equipped
facture of their apparatus in Tampa. printing plant. Perfection in equip- . ., !
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day, Tuesday. The exhibits are said I sideration. The Sentinel. Phone 24. t
to be the very finest ever. I
Bicycles. Warman fixes 'em on I
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The annual vesper service under
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Stetson university at DeLand last Sz Light Co.
Sunday. A fine program had been
prepared for the occasion and was Orange Grove PropertyContaining
enjoyed by a large audience. ElectricityGas -

l15 acres, located on lake, good Seven Room
The most valuable cargo ever
shipped from Pensacola left there House. Crop estimated this year 2500.00; within one Water Ice

Tuesday afternoon on the British
mile of city limits. I
steamer Normandy, which goes to

Bremen, Germany, with a shipmentof I Office:---No. 18 West Central Avenue
over 15,000 bales of cotton having
a total valuation of a little over I REAL ESTATE BOUGHT AND SOLD.
$1,000,000. The cotton came from Telephone No. 6

points.south Alabama and west Florida \ BRITTAINWAY I

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BANK GUARANTEES every transaction to protect the buyer, sell-

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-( Special to the SentineLWashington
i Dec. 2.The tenth annual -
\' ,,.f.', convention of the National Riv-
'; I, ." ers and Harbors Congress will beginits .

\ morning three at days the New sessions Willard tomorrow hotel, ri (Our(: (cY/:: t'i"') ( : 2,J.L 41" l ,,()

> . "' ,'-'"':' .'". with about 2,000 delegates in attend- '
: .' .,. ance. .,).\\O'l'l J f"-t'\.J
; .. The principal feature of the open-

ing session will be an address by T3 IE HOME :

President Wilson, in which, it* is ex-
.. pected, he will make public the atti- fly enforcement of lavand order thro1

:i THESTATE tude of the administration in regardto : force of arms.
the policy to be pursued with the _

k rivers and harbors and other waterways -- THE MUM: { :
$ especially the Panama canal.
.#' : BAH Following President Wilson will --= fly experimental stations, nnQ free reports

come Ambassador D. Da Gama, of
__ of their discoveries. .
Brazil, and John D. Hazen, Canadian -
: minister of marine and fisheries, who
: of Orlando will speak on the waterways in their THE FUTURE' : .

respective countrise.At fly compulsory education, and conservationof >
the afternoon session addresses -=
1893 will be given by John H. Small, rep- natural resources.THEVJNANCE .
'resentative from North Carolina;
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Senator Duncan U. Fletcher, of Florida i- I :
': LONG ESTABLISHEDSAFE I and George F. Burgess, repre- 1't t
: sentative from Texas. The session

< ,: will be brought to a close with an 1--- only those banks are permitted to fce calf

CONSERVATIVE illustrated lecture, "From Boston to "National"
banks and to keep
: the Florida Keys," by J. Hampton government

.ACCOMMODATING44HMMKMM I Moore, representative from Pennsylvania 1I i: funds on deosit.

: and president of the Atlantic UIti

t I Deep Waterways association, which ,
I recently held its convention at Jacksonville -
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I: Fla.Tomorrow. night will be known as U(1lllt1ci!( \ Siiatk : (tf\

: ."ladies' night," and the program includes -
I a reception in honor of Vice- -.
: President and Mrs. Marshall, and -- kil//

.{ : Speaker and Mrs. Clark. Mrs. Sarah Dll11Tyy t (
: Willard Stout, of Portland, Oregon, ,
president of the Women's National '

Rivers and Harbors Congress, will --
: and address the e1- I I
preside give an on "
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HHMHIMIIM relation of waterways to the home.
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- - Mrs. Agnes Greene Foster, of Chicago .
N PRIEST DEFENDS CEREMONIES |11 l by the Lord. His subject tonight will has prepared an interesting illus "
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L' OF CATHOLIC CHURCH 1 1i.be "The Infallibility of the Pope." trated lecture on various waterwaysin _- ' ': : II"'I I I 1 II : I' ': {Ii I::' j.;:111I! !! : !! ; III:411I'"i::!' ::l "II/I' '! I I;I ,':i/1'.I I'i;: ,::.:rt : : 1, : 1 lyl'I: '; ;,1
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The questions answered by Father : the following: "In the Apostles' show photographs she has taken on -- ----- --- -- ---- -,- - - .- --- -- .- ---- ---- ---
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Devery at the evening mission exer- i' cises yesterday were, perhaps, the i hell. Is this the hell of the 4 S' 11IIIIIII' *+
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most interesting of all so far re- t; ceived.In "Why will not the Church allow divorce YSlvrwbOdtYQWbLL'S

G reply to one query concerningthe 1"WILSOX Special to the SentineLWashington
purpose of ceremonies in the: Dec. .-During the
' Catholic church, the missionary said: !E( GETS: INVITATIONS next four weeks Uncle Sam's infant

"It is true that many of our ceremonies TO THREE SOUTHERN CITIES prodigy, the parcel post service, will

do appear meaningless to'': be called upon to perform a herculeantask
. some who do not understand their i| Washington, Dec. 2.Representative in connection with the transpor- ::1pnou 'R flmovi1 al

I beautiful symbolism. Every word : Hardwick of Georgia today pre- tation and delivery of millions of
and gesture ,every sign and vestment j sented to President Wilson a tele- Christmas gifts.Postmaster .

has a deep and religious meaning for gram from the citizens of Augusta, General Burleson, whois
the faithful. The purpose of all is to j{ Ga., inviting him to spend his Christmas responsible for the conduct of this <
I I.
remind us more. forcibly of what the II' vacation there. RepresentativeLever service, has made extraordinary prep-

Lord has done and suffered, and aid of South Carolina has asked arations to prevent congestion in Begins Monday Dec. 1st
' us in expressing our love and gratitude the president to go to Columbia in postoffices and to -insure prompt delivery ,
to Him. True, we could worshipGod that state. of these parcels. Several thou-

without ceremony, but in doing .Both places are closely associated sand additional employes will be and lasts 30 days
. so we would act contrary to the example with the president's early life. He added to the force during the holiday
i" set us in the Old and Newt has taken the invitations under con- season and the connection and deliv-

Testaments, and to the custom of the sideration and will not make up his ery equipment will be augmented

r .' Christian world from the beginning."We mind until shortly before he is readyto wherever necessary. Every possible article in this
Every mammoth
are constantly using ceremony go. effort has been made to strengthenthose
, to give'expression outwardly to what Some of the president's friends parts of the postal organizationwhich
we know and feel. Ceremony is the have been urging him to go to a will be under the greatest I stock reduced.

law in society, in the court, the army place near Corpus Christi, Texas. strain and Mr. Burleson stated today

and navy. We have ceremony to ex- that with these special. arrangementshe
press our patriotism and likewise to LIND RETURNS FROM HIS is confident of the ability- of the Don't fail to see the Aero-Plane As-

teach it to youth. We celebrate the VISIT TO TUXPAM service to handle successfully the ava-

victories and the return of heroes lanche of parcels that will be thrown | cension it will play day next week
with elaborate decorations Vera I every
flags and Cruz, Dec. 2.-John Lind ar- upon it during the rush period. ,
processions and we are agreed thatit rived here today aboard the Nebraska The postmaster general is anxious,I p

is a wise and laudable custom. We from Tuxpam. He declared there however, lest the public fail to cooperate the weather permitting, from the top of
believe with the certainty of faith were but few rebels in the vicinityof with him in observing several -
that Christ is really present upon the that city. The Mexican gunboat

: the altar temple, so that of the the living Church God.is indeed Now, ,with Zaragosa two hundred sailed for of Tuxpam General Maas'today to enable the important timely the postal delivery conditions authorities of Christmas necessary to effect -::; The r rew Y W II-nllh w rt Co's Biii11llll1Everybody i

, processions ceremony, ,flowers architecture, incense and, candles music,, command six hundred aboard.men sail The tonight general on and the gifts. In he order has caused to secure to be this printedfor cooperation !

to aid in the .
are employed expressing gUnboat Pueblo.LUCERNE distribution throughout the country -
love and paying the homage which hundreds of thousands of circulars welcome.
I we owe to Him who is in reality Em- THEATER WILL BE
and placards containing directions -
manuel God with us. The ceremonies STEAM HEATED TONIGHT
for the proper preparation of
I of the old law were very rich and The management of the Lucerne
Christmas gifts for transmission by
elaborate and they were given to His theater wishes to announce that the
people by God himself. Christ made theater will be steam heated tonight, mail.
Christmas parcels should be mailed
use of ceremony, for He submitted to and patrons need fear no discomfortby
I early. For local delivery they shouldbe IN. P. YOWELL
, the rite of circumcision and the baptism attending. The Cooke Comedy
> mailed not later than December
t of John." company will put on a tabloid play in
23rd, and for out-of-town delivery as
addition to the vaudeville, features.
explained soon as possible. But in any eventin
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Christmas mail should
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be wrapped securely. The containersor

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handling incident to transportationand

deliver '.

Christmas Jewelry

F r OF THE WORLD Subscribe for The Daily Seitinel.

.. in readiness
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f r 1 5 per cent off for Cash on LUCERNE THETR E 0 a most complete stock of 0

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i Casings and TubesFull AT THE PROPRIETORS LUCERNE U Gifts for Christmas

a Three Reels of Pictures
Line of Supplies and Parts Carried in Stock THE COOKE PLAYERS 0 Any article reserved pn

Livery ServiceHHIIIIMttmiliMMmiltllMHtmiimilMM Week Come and See.
Two Vaudeville Acts Each Night
One Tabloid Act

"The Black Sheep" (Broncho). Two J

r s Orlando D Auto and Supply I Coffipany I reels.Two"Oh men, What and a a tfiule.fright" (Reliance): ALLEI & CO, Jewelers

Prices: l6c. and 20c. ( c1!

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