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 4, 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
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Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Succeeded by: Morning sentinel

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Chuluota, the new townsite on the I Daniel Jackson was bound over by
Maytown branch of the Florida East Judge Wm. Martin yesterday, after a I

RELATIVES FEAR FOR SAFETY Coast railroad, and about eighteen preliminary hearing for investigation BRAXTON BE.\CILUI WILL INCREASE .

LITTLE DEBATE (ALLOWED OF MRS. W. A. NELSON miles from Orlando, is to have some- by the grand jury which meets next ACREAGE TO OVER GREAT EXODUS TO TEXAS
I thing new and unique in the way ofa week, on the charge of murdering
--- i hotel. George Bland, another negro.
I The hotel is to have twenty-five The killing occurred two weeks
DENIAL MADE THAT PASSAGE ; The Atlanta Journal of Monday When an experienced citrus fruit 'THOUSANDS FLEEING TO AMERICAN -
j rooms, and all the parts necessary to ago on the Winter Park road after a
OF BILL WAS BECAUSE OF i 11i contained an account of the strange : construct it will come from Sears, lodge meeting which had been attended :grower and a shrewd business mar. SIDE REPORTING CONDITIONS
of Mrs. Nelson, widowof like Braxton Beacham extends his
URGENT NECESSITY FOR ;1 disappearance [ Roebuck & Co., of -'Chicago-not by by both Jackson and Bland. The IX HUERTA'SCOUNTRY
II the late Rev. W. A. Nelson, who ]holdings by investing his surplus in
ITS ENFORCEMENT ] (parcel post-mercy, no! But the man who was killed had been rentinga CHAOTIC '
I. of the Orlando Baptist citrus it be takenas
was pastor I :more groves may .
-- I I whole thing mill be complete in house from Jackson, but was pre- -
I I church several years ago. The Journal : a good indication that he considers
Washington, Dec. 3.-The house today I pieces when it gets here; no para- paring tp move out of it, and on the Special to the ('ntine:.
: : I the investment gilt edge. Dec. 3. PresidentiVilson's
without roll call passed a bill ,, says dox. It is to be a large portable day of his death had been cleaning Mexico City, -
An all-night search by the city and Mr. Beacham is now preparing
making the volunteer forces of the II } house, and won't be like those cement another house for his occupancy. message to congress was
I county police and by her daughterand eighty acres of land to be set to greeted with much indignation and
country a part of the regular I array | houses which Mr. Edison invented Jackson had been heard to remark :
friends revealed no trace of the ,grapefruit trees in January. lie is the Mexican to-
when war is imminent as well as in I some time ago to be poured out at almost that Bland should not leave his house, sarcasm by papers :
whereabouts of Mrs. W. A. Nelson, 'making this investment for his son,
spot. The portable hotel and there other to indicate
times of war. |I' I any were things day.The
more than seventy years old, who B. Beacham, Jr. The land which is general comment was that the
The bill provides for the control of) ; can be taken down and shipped somewhere that there was some feeling between -
disappeared from 139 East North I eing cleared and put in condition for president and the United States didn't
these forces by the president and the I else when the proprietor gets the two. Bland was shot from :
Sunday afternoon. planting is of the high pine kind, andis and
avenue understand conditions in Mexico,
I tired of Chuluota but it
isn't ambush and
war department. Less than two expected never spoke after he received -
I Uneasiness for her safety was felt located at Forest City. therefore. in
hours was consumed in debating the that he will want to move when he his death wound, though he were presumptuous pre-
:Monday morning. The raw, wet At Apopka Mr. Beacham will add dicting the downfall of the present
measure. I i once gets settled there in his mail lived for more than an hour. The
weather that prevailed in and around twenty-five or thirty acres to hid government.
Chairman Hay, who called the bill i order hotel. case excites human interest becauseof
I the city Sunday night, Mrs. Nelson's grove at that place, and the new Minister of Agriculture Lozano i:-
said that his motive in rushingthe 1 I Chuluota is growing rapidly, and the rapid detective work done by
up advanced her condition of ground will be set to Valencias.Mr. for the
age poor said to be responsible rejei--
bill through was to get it out of I | the company promoting the town is Sheriff Frank Gordon which led to
health, and the fact that no report Beacham has at this time about tion by Huerta of the mediation proposed -
the because it had been pending, j{ spending a lot of money laying out the arrest of Jackson. The sheriff received -
way regarding her had been made to the 175 acres of citrus fruit trees in bear- by Queen Wilhelmina of Hoi-
for two years and was thoroughly (walks and roads and grading streets. notice of the shooting about
police by one, seemed to indicate ing. When the new come in behalf of the
any groves land European
II on pow-
approved by the country. 1 i It is reputed to be a dream spot, and ten o'clock at night, shortly after it
that she had not taken refuge any- he will have over 300 acres of bear- ers represented in the Hague tn-
lie admitted that it was a precautionary I the demand for a hotel is so urgent occurred, and before three o'clock the
where and that to the trees, and Will be easily one of that Huerta
exposure ing bunal. The proposal was
measure designed for the immediate I that it is planned to have one right following morning he had Jackson in
weather must have overcome her the largest owners of citrus fruit should arrange for a new election and
increase of the army and I away. jail. The evidence against him is en-
somewhere.Mrs. property in the state. He already then resign the presidency, and in
land forces of the country in need, tirely circumstantial, for the suspected
I Nelson is the widow of the holds some of the finest property of return the European powers woulduse
but denied that his haste was because man has never yet by word or look
late Rev. W. A. Nelson, for years a MANY WILL WITNESS this kind to be found anywhere, and their influence to induce the
of urgent necessity. : given clue or intimation that he is
any prominent Baptist minister in Geor- guilty. the product of his orchards commandtop Washington government to extend

gia. Mr. Nelson served several pas- "DIP" AT VICTORIAFARMERS' This will make the second murdercase prices. recognition to the Huerta government

BOLL[S AWAITS ARRESTON torates in Macon, Jackson, Toccoa i that the next grand jury will The stock for the new groves was during the interim and guarantee
and other cities of the state. His purchased Mr. Beacham from 0. whatever funds were needed for the
have to investigate, the other being
latter days were spent with Mrs. Nel- W. Conner, proprietor of the Ockla- of pacification of the countryand
that of Isaiah process
son in charge of the home forwork- waha nurseries at Tangerine.Mr. for reconstruction.
negro, held for killing his wife. .
of the Conner has
ing girls, an adjunct dormitoryof recently made a

the Baptist tabernacle in Atlanta. BY LARGE CROWD number of important sales of citrus WASHINGTON IGNORANT OF (_)

WILL FIGHT EVERY INCH OF He passed away nearly two years ELKS TO HOLD LODGE fruit stock to prominent Orlando men WILIIEL IIXA'S PROPOSAL 1

GROUND IN THE CASE ago. The farmers' institute at Zellwood, who are interested in the industry, Washington, Dec. 3.-But little .j

AGAINST HIM Since her husband's death Mrs. Nel-, which is to be held today by a partyof OF SORROW SUNDAYIMPRESSIVE among them James L. Giles, M. 0. change was noted in the Mexican sit'J'J

son has been making her home wither h experts from the experiment station Overstreet, L. A. Beeman, W. H. uation today. Secretary Bryan said

Jacksonville, Dec. 3.-A telegraphic daughter, Mrs. G. N. Carroll, her, at Gainesville, will be atttended Roberson and Mr. Hedrick. A large that the state department had heard

dispatch to the Florida Metropolisfrom. :self a widow. Mrs. Carroll formerly, by a number of Orlando citizens, and number of investors in new orange nothing of the mediation proposal of .1

Kansas City says that papers I was employed in the office of Arnold. by many others from the territory EXERCISES WILL groves will visit the nurseries Satur; Queen Wilhelmina, which is said to

have been forwarded from the United Broyles, clerk of the superior court,, adjacent.A BE HELD AT ORLANDO day. have been rejected by Huerta. So

States district attorney thereto Flor- but not very long ago she was compelled part of the attraction will be the : OPERA HOUSE far as could be learned today the !

ida ordering the arrest of J. L. Bil- to give up her position in order . cattle dipping demonstration which I II I state department has received no I

lingsley, of Miami, and R. J. Bolles. to be constantly with her mother., is to take place at Victoria, near Zell- I Orlando Elks will hold the annual 500 GALLONS OF WHISKEY word from foreign governments in '

of Jacksonville. The two of them have been doing: wood, in the afternoon. Lodge of Sorrow at the Orlando op- regard to Mexico. Marquis Cusani, i s

It has been known here for several light housekeeping in rooms at 139 I A dipping Vat has been constructedon era house Sunday afternoon at 3 POURED INTO SEWERSDEPUTY the Italian ambassador, called at the ; :J

days that this was expected, and it is East North avenue. the Wenalden estate under the o'clock. state department today. No state-

learned that attorneys for Bolles are Sunday afternoon :Mrs. Carroll left; supervision of a government expert,,, The Elks will meet in their lodge ment of the object of his visit was '

preparing to fight every step from her mother for a few minutes and!I and the dipping demonstration is given room at 2 o'clock and will march in a SHERIFFS OF ASHE- made, but it is understood that Italy
the jump. was at some task in the adjoiningroom for the benefit of the cattle men in cruiser
very body to the opera house, where the VILLE AFFORD UNUSUALSPECTACLE contemplated sending a to
No resistance to the arrest will be when she heard her mother this section who may wish to buildvats open lodge will be held, with appro- Vera Cruz for the protection of Ital-

made, but it is rumored the attorneys moving about. A few minutes after. and put their own cattle through ;priate exercises commemorative of ian subjects in Mexico. i

will demand a hearing before the I ward she entered her mother's room I the dip for the eradication of the, the virtues of their departed brothers. :
Asheville, N. C., Dec. 3.-Five hundred
United States commissioner and will and found Mrs. Nelson gone. Seardof I cattle tick. 1 The eulogy will be delivered by Mr. I HUNDREDS OF REFUGEES
gallons of whiskey, gin and wine
attack the warrant and indictment if I the house and the neighborhooc I Some time ago the officials of the C. P. Dickinson, and the officers of : POURING INTO LAREDO /

possible on the three grounds of identity revealed no trace of the missing lady. South Florida Midwinter exposition i, the lodge will take the parts assigned were poured into the sewers here to- Laredo, Tex,, Dec. 3.-The total

jurisdiction and probable cause. The only clues were discovered in th: were talking of putting in a dip for to their chairs in the ceremonies day. number of refugees arriving from

A preliminary hearing will be demanded fact that her bonnet.and crochete d I a demonstration to be given during: which make this occasion one of the Deputy sheriffs performed the task Monterey since last Saturday will be

t thus forcing the governmentto 'shawl and light wrap were gone, to. the fair in Orlando. The governmentis most beautiful observed by any fra- in the presence of witnesses. One, brought up to two thousand by the
overcome by the fumes had to be
show as much as possible its hand. gether with her hand bag, which contained willing to co-operate, and it is likely ternal order. arrival of four hundred more who

and the nature of the evidence used not more than $2, and in th e I that a vat will be constructed at. ;;, A special program of music will be carried The into the court house. are expected tomorrow morning
liquors seized in raids
in securing the indictment, and if the report by a friend who did not knovMrs. j the fair grounds. It was only a few: prepared for the occasion, and Florist local were on There are only about two hundred

commissioner finds there is probablecause Nelson that he had seen at th I seized in the hotels the
was given to
or evidence of guilt he must fix corner of West Peachtree and Fort 1 vats in the state was begun. Now ':exercises will be open to the public,I Il the greatest in the history of the

the amount of the bond for the de- avenue, about 5:30 o'clock, an old lad]rj I there are twenty-nine. This is a l 1 and a large audience will no doubt be hospitals. republic. The conditions throughoutthe

fendant. It is said that then the defendant answering her general description.Mrs. I small number, however, and there' in attendance. country are reported to be the

will refuse to give bond, and Nelson is said to have to*<1 should be as many as this and mori< JUNIORS START EPIDEMICOF most chaotic.EVACUATION.

thus get the case before the United her daughter two or three times with)' too in this immediate vicinity. ROSE PLANTINGThe

States judge, when, if a commitment in the last few months that she want 'I :.MEXICAN DESPERADO IS OF CHIHUAHUABY

is ordered, habeas corpus proceedings ed to go to the home of her son-in- THREE KILLED WHEN LOG enthusiasm of the active little FEDERALS CONFIRMED

will be instituted at once. law, E. Y. Mallory, in Vineville, nea r: TRAIN BREAKS IN TWC]I : STILL FREE OF CUSTODY members of the Junior Civic Leaguehas Mexico City, Dec. 3.-General Ru.

From the postal authorities here it Macon. But she did not have sufficient I i il' spread-and throughout the "Cit I bie Navarete is reported to have arrived -

is learned that it takes mail about money to pay her fare to tha t Pensacola, Dec. 3.-Nine cars of a Beautiful" people have planted-are at Monterey dangerously

thirty-six hours to come from Kansas city, and no report concerning her ha:s I I logging train near Aycock, Fla.;:i BELIEVED THAT HE IS DEAD IN planting-and will plant rose bushes. wounded. Heavy fighting is reportedin

City to Jacksonville, and the papers been received from there. broke from the train on an inclineand That roses grow luxuriantly in this progress at Saltillo. Strong rebel

will probably reach this city tonightor dashed down into a work train:I MINE WHERE HE WAS section is proven by the many private forces are approaching the cities of

in the morning. JACKSONVILLE MAN IS killing three men and injuring sever: j TRAPPED gardens in Orlando, among the pret- San Luis Posti and Apaus Calientc,

ROBBED IN TAMPJ l others, according to report made hen tiest of which is that of Mrs. J. M The evacuation of Chihuahua by fed-

GEORGIAN KILLED AFTER Tampa, Dec. 3.-Arthur Pattersona I. yesterday. I Bingham, Utah, Dec. 3.-That thee Starbuck, on East Livingston avenue. erals and the occupation by rebels is
COURT HIM Ezell Woods, superintendent of For years Mrs. Starbuck has exper-
ACQUITS young white man, who says he i s I I work of Sheriff Andrew Smith and confirmed.
from New York city, caught practi_ woods crew; Walter Hovey, white, 2x i l'' his 200 deputies in the last three imented with roses, and now has almost -

Cuthbert, Ga., Dec. 3.-S. C. Cul- fireman, and a colored man were, fifty different varieties-the
cally redhanded in the robbing of i days has been for naught and that VILLA MARCHES TO BE IN
breth, a widely known citizen of Car- i killed, and a large number of othei i Madame de Watterville, Papagontier,
fellow guest at the Royal hotel, is ii n[ Ralph Lopez, the Mexican bandit and CHIHUAHUA BY TUESDAY
negie, Ga., was shot and killed hereby the county jail awaiting preliminar;'7'!' employes of the Aycock Lumber com. I murderer, has not been in the Minnie Kaiserin, Chas. Dingee, Minnie Frances Juarez, Dec. 3.-General Villa and

W. F. Woodham.. The shooting occurred hearing. His victim was E. C. Milan;, pany were badly injured. The engi..1 mine here since Sunday was the and Bride roses being remarkably his headquarters staff left for the

immediately after Culbrethhad of Jacksonville. They occupied ad_ neer of the train jumped and saveehis I opinion generally expressed among fine specimens. These are blooming, front tonight. His escort consisted!

been acquitted on a charge of at- joining rooms. life, but was seriously injured the miners of the camp today. profusely, and the fragrant blossoms of 1,000 cavalry, three troop train

tacking Woodha 's 14-year-old sis Milam missed several things fro rJ The superintendent was riding in th< This opinion, however, is not in accordance with their exquisite coloring excite carrying 2,500 cavalry prece
ter. Woodham is under arrest. engine, which accounts for his death, the admiration of even those long accustomed -
his room, among them a certifiec I with that of Sheriff Smith, headquarters train. Villa t
) check for $1,000 and his revolve'. as well as that'of the fireman. who said he probably would open the to nature's lavish gifts in multitude gathered to bid h)
"the land of flowers."
PUNTA GORDA VOTES FOR Search of Patterson's room revealelthe d mine Thursday morning when he expected bye that he was going sf

$60,000 MUNICIPAL BONDS revolver. When the man came i n THE PICTURE BALL to find the body of Lopez. Chihuahua and would be I

Punta Gor / Dec 3.-With onlythree he was arrested and searched, and th e London, Dec 3.-Lady Muriel Page t Some credence, however, is being THE WEATHER Tuesday nightSomething

votes cJst in opposition, Punta check was found in his possessior 1. worked hard to insure success for hei r given to the theory advanced that

Gorda yesterday voted in favor of th He acknowledged robbing Milam'e s; picture ball and Christmas carnival, Lopez made his escape from the mine Florida: Local rains Thursday, new for tF

issuance of H>0,000'in bonds for sew-, room. Patterson today told the police which took place at Albert hall, tonight .- and detectives have been put to work except fair in northwest portion. coming in every day.

ers, waterwor, improvement of electric he was but 16 years old, but ha s in aid of the invalids' kitchen;:s in Bingham to trace down possible Friday probably fair except rain in store for your Christ

lighting ilant, etc. the appearance of being 20. of London. The queen was present. clues. northwest portion. Curtis & O'Neal, next pj 4 r='


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all ughter Hough of Ashta.a an 1n; I! Ock1aalla 1'r rJ ril ORLANDO BANK & TRUST COMPANY

ca hursday evenin g
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dished for the wmte r
,jOfe. Orlando, F Eorida.Capital .

T. Livengoo, Has always been accepted in Orange County as th and Surplus $12 .OOO.OO. .

J'a.. ., arrived here best to be obtrined. No one has ever complainedand
'j(of Haines City, no oneever will, brcause our trees are the best Report of the Condition of

;;," 'cs Friday. and cheapest (in the end) pjssible to procure. THE ORLANDO BANK & TRUST

t ... .. of Highland, COMPANYAt
; ..,'' few days with Who ever heard of one untrue to name or who-
4 : the close of business November
L. Sphaler. ever heard of an ignored claim? ,-.. r 17, 1913. In compliance with Chapter
hillips, of Orlando, spent *Y
6127, Laws of Florida.
... y with Miss Bertha Sullivan. We offer you first choice, from the largest stock ,
31rs. Sarah Clark, of Orlando, was: ,: RESOURCES
pr in the world for this season's planting and '
the guest of Mrs. C. H. Matchett re your success : : i Banking House, Furniture

cently. with our stock is already assured when your t and Fixtures . .. .. .. .$ 25,97487
Miss Katie Matchett and Mr. Herman grove is planted. Free advice as to stock and personal Loans and Discounts. .. 396,200.53

Hicks, of Orlando, spent Sunday of land Overdrafts . . . ... .. 406.93
with Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Matchett inspection your when requested on any r Stocks and Bonds . .. . 26,014 ;VI;
Mrs. I. M. Aten and Mr. Joseph planting of 300 trees or more. Suitable discounts y f Cash on Hand and in

Sunday, of Mt. Pleasant, visited from to planters of large acreage. In fact, the very best ? i Ihnks . . ... .. .. ... 13 ,3j7.4.t

Friday until Monday in Kissimmee of everything and 0. W. Conner behind it all.
with Mr. Jos. Griffin and family. $580,98410
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Tyner and Miss LIABILITIES

Janie Tyner spent Sunday with M r. Capital Stock ....... ....$100,000.00
and Mrs. S. S. Redditt, of Conway. ADDRESS '
r'- Surplus and Undivided
School was dismissed Wednesday t i + Profits .. ............ . 32,166.62
,.'. for over the holidays. The three i 1 v1 a sk t pk s.1 Deposits .. .. . .. .. ... 448. 1748
teachers went to their respective _
homes. Miss Frances May went to OCKLAAHA\NURSERIES
her home at Wauchula; Miss Ruby
Williams was at home in Orlando,and t ------ -=-= --: -- -

:Miss Wellborn.Belle Hawkins went to her homein Dept. Tangerine, Fla. I : ; _w M. M. SMITH, President.

Thanksgiving was a festive day for >flMieiMiHIHttliltillilililiMIMMiMMtlltmElectrically f W. M. DAVIS, VicePresident.G. .
all in this vicinity. Besides the I I
many States Government, State and County Depository G. E. NOLAN, Csshier.I .
private family dinners of the day, the
beautiful weather admitted of outdoor
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vantage to picnic in the woods sur
rounding Pine Castle. Mr. and Mrs.J. ;r
G. Tyner had Dr. C. E. Filbert for For Economy and purchase
their guest and ate tb eir Thanksgiving "
W power your monREALTY
dinner down on their pUce in the & SBRD co

big Summerlin grove. Quite a party FOR REAL ESTATEThais ey, "Try Wright's" Farm
crossed Lake Conway and had their -
dinner i in the woods on the south Our Business 1 r' and (Garden Seeds. in

shore Messrs. Harris and Critten- Orlando Florida
"Motto" Quantityand
den transported the entire party, in

relays, in their motor boat, the Dixie. Quality.Fresh .
Two.Sixty SUndard Model
Those of the company, who are still The greatest motorcycle value
talking of their great pleasure, were: equipped with Electric ever Held achieved.light 7 Electric H.P.Tail Twin Light.Electric Signal. Farm Eggs, 40 cents dozen; Ice, 40 cents 100 pounds; Best Creamery Butter 49

Mr. and Mrs Harvey A. Fuller, Mr. Two cr. Price Seta Storage&0.00.Batteries See Catalog and Corbm-for detailed Brown deicr.ption.Rear Drive Speedomet cents; Sweet Milk, 13 cents quart, 7 cents pint; Oranges 10 cents dozen; Limes 10 cents

C. F. Crittenden and family, Mr. J. dozen; Butter Milk, 10 cents: quart. Chesepeak Bay Oysters, (selects) 50 cents quart, 30

F. Harris and family, Mr. Bert Han dL 1 cents pint.
sel and Miss Vera Jones, Mr. and JMAW .MOTOCYCLES
Individual Package 10 lbs. Ass't Fruits, "That Xmas Present" delivered by Express
Mrs. E. L. Sphaler, S. Frank Phillips,
t Henry Silghtler, and several others. .tif1lU1U11l FOR 1914 (charges prepaid) all points east of Rocky Mountains, at your door $1.35 cash with order:

Dr. and Mrs. Geo. T. Bennett and

family, Mrs. Ethel Hoe and two sons, 60,000 brand-new rd machines will go out over the Indian
Masters Geo. J. and Merrell Hoe, and trails during the coming year-the greatest motorcycle produc MIMMMMMMMMMMMIMIMMHMWI HMMMMimiMMIM i ** :
r,, Miss Hazel Bennett enjoyed a picnic tion in the history of the industry. HIMMIMMMMailMIMIIitlTHE

dinner on their place here Thanksgiving They will flash forth fully armed with "Thirty-Eight Betterments
) day. for 1914!" Armed with powerful and beautiful Electrical
Many from here attended the exercises Equipment! Armed with a New Standard of Value which must GREAT ANNUAL SALE
at the school house completely all
Conway overturn existing ideas of motorcycle worth.

Thanksgiving day, given under the All standard Indian models for 1914 come equipped with electric
: auspices of the W. C. T. U. head light electric tail ATKANNER'S
light, two sets high amperage storage batteries
Mr. Carl Dann will build a bungalow electric signal, Corbin Brown rear-drive speedometer.
on the island recently' purchasedfrom
C. H. Hoffner, where his familywill Indian You cannot Catalog.fully It realize makes the plain 1914 a host Indian of without compelling a thorough Indian facts study that of all the 1914

k enjoy the week-ends. cycle-interested men can consider to their real profit. Send for the 1914 motor.Indian N Y Ht Bal'gaill i I mr
Catalog-the most w
Mrs. Marzella, Johns is having her interesting volume of motorcycle literature you've ever read. [

y := residence painted. Mr. Frank Liven- The 1914 line of Indian Motocycles consists of:
good is looking after the work. 4 H.P. Single Service Model.J200.00
Mrs. C. H. Matchett served a turkey 7 H-P. Twin Two-TwentyFive, Regular Model..,,..... 22s! t 7 H.P. Twin Two-Sixty, Standard 260.00 Continues Until Christmas December 25 :
dinner Sunday at her hotel, the 7 H.P. Twin Light Roadster Model... 260.00 .
Lake View Inn, instead of Thanksgiving 7 H.P. Twin Two Speed, Regular 27500 ,.
' ; day, owing to the fact that so 7 H.P. Twin Two Speed, Tourist Standard Model....... 300.00
many had planned family dinners for 7 H.P. Twin Hendee Special Model (with Electric Starter) 325.00 New Goods arriving daily, such as Clothing, Shoes, Hats, Notions,

.4 that day. Mrs. Matchett is an exceptionally Price F.O.B. Factory and all kinds of Novelties for the Holiday trade. This $25,000.00
ti f fine cook and her special C. R. Hilpert, Agent. Orlando, Fla.
dinners are always well attended. The stock of new and up-to-date merchandise I will sell in this great
guests Sunday who sat down to the
sumptuous dinner were: Mrs. Chas. Annual Sale at Sacrifice Prices. Our stock was never more complete

engood Livengood, Mr.Mr.E.and D.Mrs.31. Perkins Wm. T. Liv-and e W fo Success. than now. Every item in our store has been added to with

family, Messrs. Scott and L. McCra- CaITYAtiD
new and up-to-date merchandise. We have a larger line than
ney, of Altamonte Springs, Dr. and COUNTRY
t Mrs. S. W. Reed, Mr. and Mrs. E. I L ever for you to select from. We will give you more bargains in
Sphaler, Mr. A. Tanner and Miss Bessie REALESTAT 1.JANSEN
Herman. The menu for the dinner IMPROVED this store that it will pay you to give us a trial, as the dollars and '
: Turkey and cranberry sauce' UNIMPROVEes 1OTARY cents are what you are looking after. It will pay you to visit our
roast beef, chicken and rice, .ORLANDO ueuc
celery, sweet potatoes baked, creamed FLORIDA. store and see the offerings we have.

Irish potatoes, green peas, macaroniand -
cheese, mince and pumpkin pie,

ice Thursday cream and evening cakes,, coffee December, tea.4, at GROVE PROPERTY 3 Room. house and 2 lots. $950. H. K n r'' N w Y rK Bargaill r mr rl

7:30, in the school auditorium, the 5 Room house, 10 acres of landFine building lot on Concord aveI I (
school will give their first entertainment about 500 Orange, Grapefruit and nue. $1250. : ,

for the benefit of the school Tangerines, bearing trees good :

piano fund. The school children wall ill crop this year. Barn and other out 5 Acres, partly improved. $600. I 1.111.1,11",1.
take part and the three teachers,
houses. Irrigating Plant. $4800. 40 Acres on lake. $35 per acre.
who are all talented, will also be on -

the program. An enjoyable eveningcan 8 Room house, bath, 2 80 Acres on lake. $25 per acre.
be expected and a good attendance fireplaces; fruIttrees. The Cathedral School

, is looked for. This is the chil $3500. Fine city residence, close in, all modern EAST CENTRAL AVENUEOrlando's
dren's contrbiution and all from the conveniences. $8500. ChristmasTovelties
smallest to the older scholars have 5 Room cottage, nice lot, a few OrLots Select Boarding and
1 given their efforts willingly and it ange trees. $1800. from $100 to $5000. Day School For Girls An assortment of

Arill be a pleasure to see the bright A special large city lot, fine location. Reopens Wednesday, October 1.
faces and hear the fresh Linen Handkerchiefs
voices as 10 Room house, furnished. $4500. $2000. Primary, Intermediate, and College
fthey take their
respective parts. An
Preparatory Grades. That be
admission of 15 cents will be cannot surpassed.Also .
charged. City and Suburban property of all kinds. Courses in Music, Art, Elocu-
The Baptist Ladies' Aid Society Warranty Deeds and tion, Domestic Science, Physical CulVanIty Cases, Ivory Sets, Mesh and Leather -
;gave an oyster supper Saturday evening Abstracts with prop-j .
'.; at the hour of E. A. Johns, which erties I offer. Twelve specially trained Teachers. er Bags, Hat Pins, Fancy
very well attended.
Individual attention. Loving care. NeckwearREV.
Christian Workers will give and RODERICK P. A. M.,
Christmas sale Saturdayand CARL JA.NSEN lCOBB. '
evening for the benefit MISSES HAMILTON & DUMy

Chapel. Real Estate
W. Collier, of Lakeland, InsuranceNOTARY
The Sentinel sells on its for
Agents Barclay
isiting at the home of hisS. CorsetsMcCall's
PUBLIC known guaranteed circulation. This
Collier, preached at the
paper is the one best medium in this Patterns2.Mrs. .t.
el Sunday morning. Office in Rock Building ORANGE HOlell /
Opposite San Joan t filed for the advertiser who wants to J
tinued on page 3) = -
get before the public.



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list.has Several been Of(Continued these the are most reported Mrs.from serious.Eugene page on 2)the)She Blume sick is [ELECTRIC L[ VACUUM CLEANED L[ [ SLEMONS

now improving. Dr. C. E. Filbert has .
been sick but is now around again.
Lake Conway resounds to the chug

chug days.of the of Among Doctors many the motor McEwan number boats, are Edwards now-a-those, your room or house 9 Our Ne ew fall Goods Are No Coming inWe

Estes and Beardall; Messrs. Harris 1 cleaned without dust or troubleof

and Crittenden, the Phillips' and Carl

Dann's, while Dr. Bennett, C. H. Hoff- of moving furniture . .
ner and E. L. Sphaler are contemplating -
purchasing motor boats.

Lake Conway affords very fine rid sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co.
ing for motor boat parties as it is The Pierce Electric Co. send an Experienced
fully fifteen miles around and two t made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes.Elliott's .

miles wide in several places. Excel man. Boys Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Table Linen and Towels.
lent catches of fish are reported, troll- ,
ing from the motor boats. Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from II. B. Claflin & Co.
Numerous weekend cot- SEE THEM FOR TERMS f
& Co. Best place in the city to trade.
tages now border Lake Conway and
the laughter and singing of camping .
parties, while at leuncheon or boat- I

ing echoes, is from wafted shore across to the shore.water and the PIERCE[ [ [ELECTRIC L[ T L C01", Inc, W. M. SLEMONS

ORANGE AVENUEJII..lt..lllttC.tlllt.ltl..llttl.I."et..ltt.I.'tf

Apopka, Fla., Dec. 2.-Mrs. B. M. CHURCH STREET t
Hawthorn and daughter have returned + ' 'f'Tlm 9

from an extended visit to relatives "II'lllllllellllllleIOllllt"II'II'DIIIII'llllltt

W.at Clark Coleman.D. made. a business tripto 1111111111111'l IIGlall'lelllll'III'IIJleICtlllllll ui PONT PUT IT OFF LONGER

Sanford last week.J. -

F. Briggs has been engaged for Sew Our Selection OfF ,
the past few days painting the inte- 1 COME TO US RIGHT AWAY,

rior of the State Bank of Apopka,

which will present a new and fresh P and Get a Suit That Is Suit
appearance to the customers. Wall Paper \ \1 a

Born-Last Saturday, to the wife R A
of Mr. Fred Lovell, of this city, a Choose the Sljle You Fancy-Gel

daughter.Mrs. E I / Your Money's Worth--Suit or $15
Wm. Gage arrived last Sautr-
1 I Overcoat Made to Order . .
day morning from Jamestown, N. Y., S :All:
to have join erected her husband a splendid here, where home they on C I. Others at $17.50, 520, $22.50, $25 Up-Fil, Style and

Third Dr. Mullins street. and wife have returned 0 GRADES[ AND STYLES T l[ 1 r l l Workmanship Guaranteed

from the North and are now occupy- I I No matter what price you want to put into a Suit or an Overcoat,
their home in this
ing lovely city.
N come to us with the absolute assurance that you'll betvaluemore
Rabbits have done considerable I N ESTIMATES FURNISHED you may get -
damage to young orange trees in town G 11 ter for your mcney_.than at any other tailor shop.. on

recently, but the stringent laws pro H. ON ALL I I earth, and you'll get an absolutely square deal.

hibit their being hunted. i//k.// __
Rev. Geo. D. Reeves will preach his

last at the sermon Methodist for the church conference in this place year Interior and Exterior Decorating JSI L1 C- L. PrFXI: :

next Sunday. It is the wish of his
congregation that he may be returnedfor .

another year, as his labors for n ____ _ _ _ _______
the past year have been very satis- Geo. A. Barker j jI
\ factory. AND DO ALL KINDS OF I t: is The Wise Guy Who Makes
Mr. and Mrs. Thimblebee, of James-

town, N. Y., are expected to arrive. PHONE 268 Pine Street : OPTICAL REPAIRING The Early Buy.
here the latter part of this week to /
spend the winter. It will be their IIIMMMIMMUmiimiMMIIIIHIMIIIMMIMH
first visit here and it is hoped that
they may become permanent citizensof It is less than four weeks to Christmas
our town.BornLast. .
Monday, to_ the wife of foil can probably find something to purchase

W. G. Tolton, cashier of the State DR. L H. RAMSDELL
Innoc rr T IT out
bank of Apopka, a son. Truly Apopka s once OPTOMETRIST the night before Christmas, but the choicest

is rapidly increasing in popula- (Successor to Dr. 0. P. Liking)

tion. will all be Now is the
gone. accepted
L. H. Jarrett and family, of West @ ORLANDO, FLORIDA picking

:Virginia, have taken up their abodein
Now is the day of best selection and
NOW we offer two propositions on TERMS OF $10
Apopka and are well pleased with till 11111 III III I"11111 II'j
what they have seen here. They art DOWN AND $10 PER MONTH. Every young man in
now comfortably located in the Sopei Orlando should embrace this chance to begin or add to his j I WM. HARPER satisfaction. You will enjoy looking over

house on Fourth street, but expect estate. DRS.1JOSEPHINE( HARPEROSTEOPATHS
our new books and hundreds of other gifts.
later to purchase a lot and build'a
home of their own here. SEMINOLE PARK LOTS
1 Oldest Established Practice In \ -
The Thanksgiving service at the On the Map Before Seminole County Orlando W. S. BRANCH
Baptist church last Thursday night Inside Lots $100. Corner Lots $125. ''I 19 W. Church Street, Up-Stairs j ,

was well attended and a very inter- Money and six per cent t interest back one year from the date Consultation Examination
esting program was carried out. The you complete purchase if dissatisfied. Free The Arcade Book and Music Store
sermon was preached by Rev. G. D. .MMMMMMMHIIMMlMPRINTING
Reeves of the Methodist church.
Not how cheap, but how good.
turned missionary from China, : Near Lake Underhill. Finest grove land and finest groves
None but the best work turned out
preached a very interesting sermon : in Orange County. Develop a grove on your monthly spare at the" Sentinel print shop. Altamonte
Sunday morning, and in the eveningMrs. I change. PRICE $50 PER ACRE. Timber practically pays Prices reasonable.
Van Dyck addressed a large audience : for clearing.
Printers who cheapen the price be-
and told of her experienNs I Altamonte Springs FloridaCOFEIT
I : ,
yond the living rate, cheapen
among the Chinese women in tfo : NO INTEREST-NO TAXES
product accordingly. You get only :
Orient. After her address she an i j untjl you own the deed. what you pay for. : O'JV
her husband sang a Chinese song in
the native language and used the native : ORLANDO REAL ESTATE CO. Why not the best?
which : The difference is worth while. Most beautiful spot in all Florida
the tune audience was present.very interestingto ; Room 2. Watkins Block.tfltlllMlimiHIIIItlHtMMMHMtMimitlMtMi. Bring your printing to the Sentinel, Nine AUes from Orlando. Every com-
the best there is and get it
Mrs. John Love, who was operated I .. fort aiSfcuisements, Golf, etc. Amongthe
on some days ago in Orlando for appendicitis --- -- -- -- -- tallflHi between two lovely lakes.
we are glad to note is improving HMIIMMUMHMMMMMUMMMMMiMMUMIMIThe Cusine an service first-class.
nicely.I. initial work on the installationof

I. Turner and G. Harod spent Gem The Antiseptic Lakeland's White Way will be be-
this week.
Thanksgiving in the swamps in the gun GEO. E. BATES & SON
northern part of the county between Barber Shop ,
annual ball of the
The first charity
Rock Springs and Clay Springs hunt- "
EVERYTHING NEW AND CLEAN Fort Myers lodge, B. P. 0. E., was
ing. They were rewarded by killing {
UP-TO-DATE EQUIPMENT held at the Recreation pier in that
a fine wild turkey gobbler which Mr.
Turner killed during the day's hunt. : Congress hydraulic enameled chairs, keen-edged implements, electric city last Thursday night. The event HttitlitHMtMftMMtltMHitHtimiilMMHMtllMMorton

Miss Louise Naber, of Tampa, has massage and hair EXPERT dryer. WORKMEN was a great success and a handsomesum
collected which will be de- : H. Jones &
been the guest for the past week of Shoe-shining stand for Full line of tobaccos, was ,
ladies and gentlemen. cigars and cigarettes. voted to charitable purposes at the :
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Tolton, of this :
Christmas tide. I Bus Line
The fame of the Florida orange i is -
41 Shirt" "Too : -
"Mr. 'Grace's and -
spreading abroad and the Orange
--- --- Much Married" presented b'y the Rol
county fruit is being eaten in the Old imilllHMIimiMIMMMMIIHMIMIIIIIitllllM5c .... WEST BOUND EAST BOUND
lins School of Expression, at Lyman
World as well as in the States. Mr I Read Down Read up
CRISPETTES 5c : Gymnasium, Winter Park, Thursday, A. M. P. M. A. M. P. M.
John J. Anderson, one of Orange ... .. ... . ..
December 4, 1913, at 8:15 m. Admission Orlando. . ... .. . 6.30 3:00 9:30 6:00 j
county's successful growers and ship : p. Ocoee .......... ............ . .7:30 4:00 8:30 5:00 1
has recently shipped some of; Those delicious Corn Crispettes are being It 50 cents.Automobile. Winter Garden.. .......... . .. . y:45 [4.15 8:15 4:45
pers this year's crop to London, England, made, fresh every day, at The Crispette Oakland... . ... .. ..... ..... ... 8:00 4:30 8:00 4:30_ 1
Co's Store onW. Pine Street.
and also some to Edinburg, Scotland, IMiliiMMOIIIMMMMMi Ocoee fare Sse, Round trip JI 1; Winter[Garden 65c and $1.20; 1
where it will be eaten and enjoyed "EVERYONE TASTES LIKE MORE" : i Oakland ?sc and $1.40. ],

just as it is here at home by those i t For Hire i In addition to carrying packages, we will do your shopping.Two .

who grow it in such profusion. : ; New Five PassengerPHONE I': sight-seeing trips-one at 10 A. M.:'and one at I [P. M. .

THE CRISPETTE CO. i around lakes Lucerne, Cherokee and Eola to Winter Park to Rollins

Talking Machines. Let Warman fix 12-2-tf 26 W. PINE STREET : 419HIMIHMIilllMMHMII College and the Seminole Hotel and back[for SO cents.IMIIMMUMHIIMIIIttlimilimmittilllliillli. \ .j"i

'e* on Court street. 1127tfo' l i

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+ OF. THE SENTINELThe HADEN'S "AT HOME" I On Friday and Saturday, December b reakfast every morning except Mon-

; South Florida Sentinel The many friends of Mrs. Percy V. ---- 5 and 6, a wonderful four-reel Indian d ay at ten cents a week.

MORNING AND WEEKLY Sentinel will issue a big holiday Pennybacker, of Austin, Texas, president The pleasant home of Mr. and Mrs. i I'j feature will be shown. A triumphin I

f J0S1AH FERRIS Editor and Owner. edition on Sunday, December 14. of the General Federation of A. Haden was a popular gathering 1 j motion photography. The Indian j i.

Entered at the poetoffice Solicitors will begin calling on advertisers Women's Clubs, will be glad to learn point yesterday afternoon, when :\lrs.1 i players present their passion play,i
at Orlando flor- . . . . . . . . .111. .
Ida Second Class
Mail Matter. Haden resumed her informal
today. It is intended that that she is improving, and her attend- delightfully |"Hiawatha. Produced under the direction -

SUBSCRIPTION RATES this edition shall reflect the business ing physician has advised her that bj "at homes." of )Ir. F. E. Moore. One hun-
THE DAILY SENTINEL'One I activity of Orlando, and double the careful attention her eyesight can be As her sister, Miss Smyth, has recently -! ,dred scenes, two hundred Indians. A I

Year ... . . . ...... . .$5.00. usual number of papers will be printed saved. It will be remembered that returned from a prolonged i t magnificent spectacle enacted by Indians !

Six MonthsThree . . .... .. . . .. /fto, giving the advertiser the circulation shortly after reaching Buffalo she stay in England, this occasion gave! to whom the performance is as \; CUT FLOWERSOUR

Months . . . . ... ; 1.25 necessary to reach every home in put some bichloride in her eyes, mis- opportunity for a warm welcome to!! solemn as the Passion Play is to the |! SPECIALTYPhone
.-- -- .., Orlando and Orange county taking the medicine for boric acid her. Mrs. Graham presided over the peasant actors of Oberammergau. As 2516 TAMPA, FLA.I..I..ICIIIIIII.IIIIIII..
THURSDAY, DECEM x,1913. No better advertising medium thafc which she was in the habit of using. tea pot, dispensing a refreshing beverage -'I great an achievement in historical .

.1 this special edition has ever been issued Her eyes were badly burned, and at which with the accompanying value as the reproduction by the I .

Miami is t ate old Porfirio Diaz from an Orlando printing office.It first it was feared that she would lose delicacies, daintily served, were duly I printing press of the Declaration ofI I I iMMIHIHOMHHIHIMSupfeme .,

for the rater, now why doesn't she will embody many Christmas features the sight of one or possibly both eyes, appreciated amidst the merry social Independence. Parents should take '

inv' of interest to all members of but complete is now expected. intercourse. their :
-Huerta ; recovery I I children. Children will take
. _
"If the household, and it will.n be read : I their parents. Two days only. :j :! Wo Oil !
Starving Huerta is a slow process from the first to the last page. If During her brief stay in Jacksonville MISS FAXXIE ROBINSON'S I Admission 5 and 10 cents. It ;!i''

J of elimination. Carranza could prob- any merchant in Orlando wants to Mrs. Pennybacker met many women DINNER PARTY II I

ably find a quicker way. reach the purchasing public, this is of the city and visited many of :NOTICE

-0- the one way to accomplish his desire, the interesting places around Jack- Orlando has welcomed a number of In Circuit Court, 7th Judicial Circuit, Orange The oil that has :

Zelaya was released from the and every merchant does. Therefore, sonville. She has expressed herselfas brides in recent months, several of Edith County Ellison Florida Adamsvs. -In Chancery. stood the
supreme -
Tombs prison by agreeing to go to we really don't see how any Orlando delighted with Florida, Jackson- whom were among the merry guests Frank Adams.It . Divorce.

Spain. It is evident that Spain is not merchant is going to escape taking ville, and the charming people she entertained for supper last eveningby appears from the, affidavit of Thos. E. test

as bad as some places. i space in the special edition.ST. met here. During the past few years Misses Mary and Fannie Robinson,I I he Wilson u the duly attorney filed herein for the in complainant which he stairs herein i,

o Mrs. Pennybacker has visited in ten at their hospitable home on Lake and further swears that in his belief tht
defendant, Frank Adams, resident of the THAT --
is a
President Wilson is member of states and the club women of Jack-
a CECILIA GUILD BAZAR street. state of Florida residing at Maitland, Orange
the In Bad Club; he failed to men- sonville and Florida will be gratifiedto Those sharing this enjoyable event county in said state, and that he. said
Frank Adams has been absent from the state
tion equal suffrage in his message, learn that Mrs. Pennybacker says were Mr. and Mrs. Merle McElroy, of Florida more than sixty days last past and

and the suffragettes are lampooning The St. Cecilia Guild of the Epis- the percentage of gain in the past Mr. and Mrs. Fort, Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy -I next publication preceding and this that application there is no for person order ot tribe GOOn Gulf Gasoline
him. year is greater in Florida than any Giles, Mr. and Mrs. Weathersbeeand I state of Florida the service of a subpoena
copal church held a most attractiveand upon whom would bind such defendant and
0 other state. Of course the member- Messrs. Cheney, Ives and Til- affiant further states that the age of the defendant
successful bazar in the I'
The people evidently approve of Chapter ship is not so large here as in some den. Frank Adams is over twenty-ont:
House afternoon which jears.
the government's waiting policy with on Tuesday other states, but the percentage You are therefore ordered to appear to
was attended by scores of shoppersand bill of complaint herein filed on M.nday.r !
S regard to Mexico; that portion of the gained during the past few monthsis
Order and
grapefruit orange trees I January 5th, A. D. 1914, the same being a
president's message was warmly re- spectators.The greater in Florida than any other now. W. II. Brokaw, salesman. rule day of said court. And it u further i : P. G. WALTON
booths were arranged to repre- {ordered that this notice be published once a ,
ceived. state she has visited far.
so Ant.I
12-2-tf | week for five successive weeks in the South
the "Seven and those who
H 0 sent Ages, An effort is being made to have, j I Florida Sentine, a newspaper published in
Orlando, in said county and state.
sold the work home-
dainty fancy ,
Alfred II. S/nith, new president of Mrs. Pennybacker return to Florida | Witness: my hand and official seal this PHONES 450-269
made candies, and lunches, were cos- FOR RENT-Furnished house. Ap December\ 3rd. A. D. 1913. I
the New York Central lines, began for a second visit to the Jacksonville
tumed in keeping with the counter at ply 506 South Lake St. 12-3-tf f: B. M. ROBINSON, Clerk Circuit Courtof
life as a water boy. The water routeis Woman's club.TimesUnion.GREAT i i\ Orange County. 1111111111'11111111111111'Dr.
favored by railroad which they presided.To i i By C. A. VIVIAN, Deputy Clerk.
1 Thos. E. Wikon.Atorney .
Subscribe for The Daily Seatinel.
dents. the right of the doorway was AMERICAN MINSTRELS for Plaintiff.
the "Grandmothers" table, in charge BucKmaster
0 .
Many of the weekly papers are of Mesdames t n>. TO L. Johnson and T L. T u Coming to the Orlando Opera House .1111111111111111111111111111".1'.1111.111311111)MR.

I raising subscription rates to $1.50 a Payne. This was decorated with wis- Friday, December 19.
taria blossoms and the household arti- SHIRT
year. The Ocala Star contends that With a wealth of new scentry, cost- 'GRACE'S Osteopathic Physician
cles sold both useful and :
any good paper is worth $2.50. A were pretty. ly wardrobe, light effects, and all new
; good paper never receives the price of Next in line was the Matron; booth, accessories, and with an organizationof TOO MUCH MARRIEDPresented 132 Orange Avenue
its worth. presided over by Mrs. 1:5.: R. Hudson,
i many fresh faces and novel spe- '
0 Mrs. L. H. Lawrence and Mrs. Seth cial features, America's favorite min- by the ROLLINS SCHOOL OF EX' Next door to People's Bank,

i< Ten states and one territory now Woodruff. Here daintily made workbags I I strel comedian, Neil O'Brien, and his PRESSION, Lyman Gymnasium, Winter Park, : I up-stairs. Acute and chronic

give women the right to vote. In handkerchief cases and other "Great American Minstrels," will be THURSDAY, December 4th, 8,15 p. m. diseases treated.Telephone .

the course of time we may expect the pretty gifts were for sale. the attraction at the Orlando Opera ADMISSION 50 CENTS
The Bride's table the
I, record to read reversely-that all but was House, Friday, December 19. 578.
ten states give women the right of attraction-its elaborate decora- This is Mr. O'Brien's second seasonat 4 rtMIMIHMiinMMi OMIMMMHMMIIIMMHMMi

suffrage. It's coming sure. tions of chrysanthemums, narcissi the head of his own company. !
l and white ribbons forming a settingfor I
I Last his first star, firmly
o year, as a
the ....
"brides Mrs.
t Becker's plea for a new trial gets charming established this popular minstrel and

\t- to the New York court of appeals I I't' Thomas Brodwater and Mrs. Brittain, his splendid company as one of the
four hundred who served the visitors to hot choco- and Christmas Gifts I His aD
and three days after country's standard Maj esty--the
his late and cake. On the cutting of thebride's
't' conviction for the murder of the enlisted to his clientele all lovers of
cake Miss Helen Warlow
gambler Rosenthal. It will probablybe secured clean, wholesome, genuine minstrelsy.
longer than that before the police the ring, the dime going to Mrs. This season Mr. O'Brien has deter-
Hamilton Johnson, and the thimble to
!.I lieutenant is executed. mined to add to the fame already secured -
Mrs. S. A. Johnson.
At and give his admirers a min-
t No horns, confetti nor ticklers will Mrs. LeRoy Giles and Mrs. Vivian strel entertainment even more elab- Father and mother will supply the baby with enough

be sold in Chicago for use on Christ- presided at the Debutante table, and orate and, if it is possible, more en- "jimcracks"-make your gift of a more permanent nature.

i mas Eve. Mayor Harrison has issued Mrs. Will Green and Miss Claire Rob- joyable than his great show of last The following suggestions are only a few of the many

i F orders against it, so that dealers may inson were busily engaged in weigh- year. With this object in view he has articles we are showing in a special baby display.

f not have the excuse that they've laid ing candy. surrounded himself with a companyof

I t? in a stock. Mayor Harrison's example The lunch "sweet counter was especially" stars almost as prominent as him- Gold Rings for tiny fti nn J I

; should be generally followed. popular-the girl graduates, self, and has staged a minstrel pro- dllll Ul
Misses Dorothy Johnson Helen Hul- q JHiUl) )
o duction with a lavishness that is saidto fingers < i |r
f. burt, Teresa Warner, and Ruth Isaacson -
The Punta Gorda Herald has moved I challenge' comparison with some of
assisting Mesdames Wil- Lockets and Chains fln
r into its new building, and is planning Spencer, the most pretentious shows that have nn | _

1 other improvements, among these be- liams, and Hulburt in serving. left New York in the past decade. for girl baby necks VLiUl!) I ) anu
The "Baby Show" most
ing the purchase of a linotype. Editor was amus- The new "first part" scene is described I
ing and in the contest to which of
Jordan has always issued a good, as most spectacular and beau- Little gold pins for nr' J
the "grown-ups" made the best
clean paper, and he will do better baby, tiful in its conception and in its vari- OUC dllll
the choice was given Mrs. Campbell little dresses Up
than ever under improved conditions. colored effect of white and gold. The
I Gray, over Mesdames T. 0. Brown, ,
o terraced.; platform reveals an ensemble -
E. L. Bliss, Geo. McCulloch, Calvert Silver Cups, $1.00 and up
noted and comediansand
.: Indianapolis has had more than its singers
and Miss Nora James.
share of labor disturbances of late. a big orchestra, all attired in Come make your selections before the prettiest piecesare
:t: Another strike is in there. black silk and satin. The effect with
progress gone. We'111ay them aside if you are not ready to
F GOLD JEWELRYWe the scenic of white and .
t If they don't let up they will run it background take them.
c into Christmas, which would be a sad gold, is said to be most pleasing.

k travesty on the peace and good will offer to those who appreciatethe -
.' spirit of the season. % importance of buying reliable INFORMAL RECEPTION

0 Gold Jewelry a selection that is fullyin AT ROSALIND CLUB

.. The Sulzer lecture tour is going keeping with the high standard of

lame in the West. After Sulzer was excellence maintained at this store. The Rosalind club will hold an informal T. Evans the Jeweler

impeached he opined in one of his In selecting Gifts it is well to select reception this afternoon at the ,

interviews that he was too much of a something of practical worth- club rooms at 3:30 o'clock. ,

man for the "effete East;" that the something that w'ill be useful not only

West was where he really belonged. for the present, but for years to I FAVORITE THEATER TODAY OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE

\ They .seem to place a different esti- come, and that is why we ask you to "Little Skipper" (Powers). Dra-

mate on Bill in the West. see our display of things suitable for' matic.
o Christmas.You Claire's Mysterious Toys" (Eclair).

Government surveyors have been will have a sense of security in Gomed). '

checking up the work done by George I purchasing Jewelry of us and you "Every Inch a Hero" (Gem). Dra
Washington in Virginia when he was will have to pay no more here than matic. -- - -. --. -. _-

running land lines for Lord Fairfax, elsewhere for reliable merchandise. Matinee 2 to 5. Night 6:30 to 9:30.

but they haven't been able to find anyfault EVANS, the Jeweler. Admission 5 cents to all.
... .. -- .. .
wan the worK that U. w. did,
although he had to work with the Millinery for ThanksgivingWe

most primitive outfit. More evidence

that Washington was a man from the SPECIAL

S ground up.Attorney. have prepared some particularly attractive designs for

t o I Thanksgiving Millinery It's the time of the season when
General West resents the

with interference the operation of the of state federal laws courts, and 1913 M'BtZ Runabout $$11500, i you will want to change your headwear and \\'e know we can

is going to appeal the coupon case. supply you with something decidedly different and attractive.

The principle which actuates the at-

torney general is popular, but the Good Condition t Your visit will be appreciated and your inspection is cordially -
particular case he has selected of

which to make an example would bet-! I invited.
ter be left in the discard where the' I

federal judges' .placed it. 5 per cent given for cash on all Tires


The trustees of the Gainesville and Tubes. i

school district have resigned becauseof
a financial stringency the affairs -

of the board which they didn't

create and which they seem to have San Juan Garage Co.
been unable to settle. The public service -
has many vexations, and when a ;
town or county has a faithful and efficient -
Second Floor
set of public officials the peo All Night Service

pIe should be duly thankful, and do;I
all in their power to assist them. .1 -


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fver C o Likes Bull's ornerna e j ,I dub The and Saturday the Bow-Knot Afternoon club held Bridge their I ..LUCERNE MADE BEST FLORIDA CIGAR CIRCLE., Know the ucKwortn L1 =

: annual business meetings at the homeof ; ; Sold by all dealers, 5 Cents

CANDIES Mrs. Reichard on Tuesday after- It includes the most popular most
noon, the elections resulting most IMMIMMIMMM6IMMRECEPTION ,

happily for both organizations. ish and the most comfortable shoes =
too They're pure
good reason
,. I I Mrs. Reichard was re-elected to the AT "WYOMING"FOR

clean, fresh and healthful. I'presidency of the Bridge club, with .MRS. DeWITT MILLS R men, women and children.It .

Mrs. C. W. Smith as secretary and

Made by our own experts, in our treasurer. According to their custom, The always attractive and eve will supply every size-every leather :.
modern and strictly clean can- I the members of the Bow-Knot club popular Wyoming hotel was the seen
own in the proper shoe for occasion or
; placed the holder of the highest score last evening of a most delightful j: s o- every

dy kitchen. :for the past year, Mrs. J. B. Lawton, cial function, when the many friend

Bons in the chair, Mrs. Emily Temple be- of Mrs. Miller gladly accepted her i invitation use.MOWS
Chocolates, Bon Fudges, : ing elected secretary. to meet her daughter-in-law: a good time to get shod for the

Nut Brittles and endless number of : At the conclusion of the business the charming bride of Mr. DeWit coming winter weather.

both hard and soft candies. : two tables of cards, one of bridge Miller.

: and one of five hundred, were formed, The large rooms of the Wyomin;g It's the proper time to select shoes slip-
I and the remainder of the afternoon are especially adapted for entertaining
etc. for holiday giving.
pers ,
: spent in friendly contests. and each year merry inform

: Light refreshments were served tc gatherings are held when a few privileged

L I the guests, among whom were Mes- friends are invited to join th e

BUTT'S KANDY KITCHEN t : dames Mcllvaine, Temple, Sherman, many guests who make this thei r

: Robt. Howe, Lawton, A. D. Mallory, home through the winter, Mrs. Mille 11 E. G. DUCKWORTH Feet Fitter j
: C. W. Smith, and Misses Josie :\Ial-I and her son ever ready to further al] ,
I lory. I plans which will add to the comforor t
"The Home of Quality'IHIMIMMMIIIIMMIMMitl : In the Bridge club, Miss Romaine I II pleasure of their household.This The Style You Want in the Size You Need."

Clarke, Mrs. A. A. Carmack and Mrs. reception was a particular!;;

- - - - - - I Wm. Davis were elected to member- bright and enjoyable affair, the ver;:YY tllllllllllllllllllllllllll"'II""I"II.II""I.
I Il I large number of guests present at- -- -- ---
Where are those desirable Gatlin l C. W. Smith will be hostess testing in some slight degree the wid
lots? Jansen will show you. for the Bridge club on Saturday aft- popularity of the hostess and her son 1.1 NEW SPRINGS CHURCH FOUR HOURS LATE

WADE I ernoon, and Mrs. Abernethy will en- Green vines and beautiful blossom S I -

THE TUNER Mr. B. L.,Criner, of Winter Garden,:tertain the Bow-Knot club on the fol. were tastefully arranged in each o f Bishop W. C. Gray, of Orlando, who The north bound passenger train

ORLANDO.FLA. was a visitor to the county seat yes, lowing Tuesday. I the rooms, several large vases fo exquisite :- is visiting this section, yesterday conf due to arrive in Orlando over the At-

terday. I roses and a huge bunch o secrated the new Episcopal church lantic Coast Line at 8:15, did not

;PYTHIANS GO TO KISSIMMEE brilliant hibiscus adding their ric]h building at Espiritu Santo Springs, reach this city until midnight. The

Keys. Warman makes 'em on I Mr. and Mrs. S. Ulman, of Chicago,''I, TO CONFER RANK OF KNIGHT coloring; and a delicate screen. o!f i the structure being now about come delay was caused by track troublesin
Court street. 11-27-tf: are spending a few days in Orlando, : bamboo concealed the orchestra whos, I pleted. The solemn procession the yards at Tampa.WEATHER .
sweet strains throughout the eveninj PT I marched around inside the structure
guests of the San Juan.
I The following members of the de-
blended with the general festive not I i is
Mrs. McCracken, of Tampa, R.
Roy :I gree team of Welcome Lodge No. 9, of the whole affair.
in Orlando on a visit to relatives and Mr. C. P. Dickerson, traveling pas- Knights of Pythias, went to Kissimmee I on such occasions.
In the receiving line were Mrs. I The erection of church building
a new Week
friend Ending \o. 18, 1913
senger agent of the Seaboard last evening to confer the rank
Miller, Miss Vida Miller and the brid< is a cause for congratulationamong
is among th epopular transpor- of Knight on a class of fourteen: I
and groom, Mr. and Mrs. DeWitt Mil Espiritu Santo citizens. The gimp.
Have you tried Crispette? Every-, tation men sojourning in Orlando to- ; J. T. Dale, F. L. Helms, P. B. Wi- -I)
\. ler. After a cordial welcome here, ladies of the church have taken an
body likes it. 1 t. day. I(coff, C. K. Pomeroy, W. R. O'Neal, I
the-guests entered the large receptiorroom 1 active part in collecting fore
|N. P. Yowell, E. G. Duckworth, 0. N. .: money >.
at the right, and thence into th its construction. The lumber for thee .
Miss Elizabeth H. Rand, of Long- Mr. J. C. Storer, a wealthy gentleman -'Larson, W. H. Brokaw, Nevin Sloan, dining room, where delicious is I building was contributed by George C ar :.s:: A
wood, was a vsiitor to the city yes from Chicago, arrived in Orlando ,W. C. McLean, J. E. Arnold, J. E. cake ta .5 oa
cream, bon-bons and coffee were!I Booth, and the ground was given by $ .
Windham and J. T. Homer. -
last night, accompanied by Mrs. tw
terday. served. I James F. Tucker, a well known citi- ::: : 0
Storer. They are guests of the Ar- Among those assisting Mrs. Miller I of that section.-Tampa Tribune. Wednesday _79 54 G
Griffing Brothers' trees, roses and cade. I ALL TICKETS HONORED were Mrs. Spencer, Mrs. Thayer, Mrs.ren Thursday -79 56 *C
ornamental, give results. 12-2-tf I I i Newell, Mrs. Gedge' Miss Hart, Misses Friday _____________81 61 *C
The regular monthly meeting of i Orlando, Fla., Dec. 3, 1913. Smith, Willie and Jean Person and'I CIVIC LEAGUE NOTICE I Saturday ___________82 59 PC
:Messrs. J. Tilden, Billie and George the Woman's Relief Corps will beheld I I Editor Sentinel:-In reply to an inquiry Guilda Happersett. There will be a club meeting of the Sunday ______._____84 61 PC

Jacobs and Samuel Long, of Chulu- at the home of Mrs. E. F. Sperry -:
ota, were in Orlando yesterday greet- on Thursday, .December 4th, at, sold in auto contest, as to whether 1913, at 3 p. m., at the Tea and Rest Tuesday _______.____71 58 T *C
ing friends. 3 m. i same will be good after the Grand MRS. J. C. BASS LOSES Room. The members will be called *
p. i I VALUABLE DRIVING HORSE, (C) Clear; ( C) Cloudy; (PC)
MISS CANFIELD, Secretary. I changes hands on December 15th, beg upon to elect a first vice-president, Partly Cloudy.
Only the BEST is used in making I to advise that all tickets sold in auto I said officer having resigned from of-

Crispette-best popcorn, best sugar,,' 0. B. Floyd, one of Orange county's I contest will be honored by the new The Granville Jernigan mare:fice, and also to act on business proposed For trees see W. H. Brokaw. Office -
best butter, best syrup. It' progressive citizens, who resides at management 1 known as "Dell" and owned by Mrs.J. .I by the executive board. It is opposite postoffice. Phone 267.
the pretty county seat of that county,I GRAND THEATER, C. Bass, dropped dead yesterday.Dell hoped that all members will attend 12-2-tf
Prof. C. E. Wade has gone to Bar- Orlando, is in the city today on a By F. G. Rush. ] } was one of the best known animals this meeting as there is strength in

tow to look after a lot of musical in- business mission. Mr. Floyd arrived in the town, and was always numbers, whether an active memberor HAND PAINTED CARDS
struments needing the services of an yesterday afternoon and registered at We notice a young man occasionally admired when she appeared on the not. Come. 12-4-St
Appropriate cards for all occasionsmenu
expert tuner. the; DeSoto.-Tampa Tribune.J. goes to college to study journalism. streets. She was held in affectionate I place cards, score cards, etc.
I He may study it at a college, esteem by the members of the Bass I i Go to Warman's Repair Shop on Also designs for book plates. Samples -
Call at McElroy's Pharmacy for C. Fields, of Orlando, is filling but he can only learn it in a well j family, and was treated as a memberof Court street. 11-27-tf j on hand and orders taken at 112
I I Grace St. Phone 608. Lu F. Halsted.
free Safety Starr Razor blade; will the position of cashier in 'the Southern regulated newspaper office. ( the family, for Dell had sense and I
fit Gem Jr. and Ever-ready razors. express office for the winter sea 1 feelings, and was always a perfect 1I 1- -- -- - - <-- --- -

12-4-4t son, having assumed his duties Mon Bishop William Crane Gray will I ady. The animal became ill abouta I "MMMMHOHMIIHUHIIMMHI IMIilMiililiU

day. Mr. Fields came to Daytona make his farewell visit to the churchin week ago, and all that could be I 1i

Mr. T. J. McKnight, a prosperousand from Jacksonville and will be joined this city early in January, when lone to relieve her suffering was i' GEORGE WASHINGTON
popular citizen of Davenport, was tomorrow by his wife and baby, who he will administer the rites of con- ione. Dell was a good horse, and
among the prominent visitors to Or- will come from Orlando.-Daytona firmation. The rector of Grace das gone to the reward prepared for n

lando yesterday. Gazette News. I I.church, Rev. J. G. Glass, is giving ill such noble animals. INSTANT COFFEE

\ some very interesting and helpful
Your Xmas not complete withouta W. C. Temple, former president of talks on "Confirmation" at the Sun-
}FOR RENT-Seven room house, fur-: It's Good. It
fresh box of Huyler's Candy. the Citrus Exchange, and one of the (day services, leading up to the bish- nished. Apply 502 South Lake St.I'' Try
Leave order at McElroy, the drug state's largest and most progressive (op's visitation.-Ocala Banner. 1 124tfMMIMMMMMMMMiMM

gist's, 30 years established. 12-4-41 citrus fruit growers, is in the city today J

from his home at Winter Park.i) Eat what you want.
Mr. and Mrs. Otis P. Newton, Mr. Temple is chairman of the board Eat all you want. Wright's Silver CreamCleans
Take and it.
prominent winter residents of Or- which is planning the grand Gasparil- a postscript forget .
For sale by all druggists.
lando, arrived yesterday from Provi- la celebration which is to be held in I ll-30-d&w-lm : Charcoal

dence, R. I., and have taken apart- Tampa next spring, and arrived yesterday -1 Silverware also dirt
ments at the Glendale on West street. afternoon to attend a meeting : : Turpentine Chips, : ,
of that body, wlu'ch was held last! LUTHER THE FLORISTCut : and grime from your hands
Buy your Garden and Flower Seed night Mr. Temple is a guest at the I Fence Posts

from McElroy Pharmacy, Orlando, DeSoto.-Tampa Tribune. I Flowers

Fla. They have been in the business I ROSES, VIOLETS, : Oi'laiido100(1\ ( YardB. t

30 years. Write or call for prices. Eat what you want. I I
4-3t Eat all you want. CARNATIONS, PANSIES, W. KINGSLEY, Proprietor I GROCERY
Take a postscript and forget it. I Phone 344 104 W. Pine St.
For sale by all druggists. POTTED PLANTS I CARUTHERS & GORE
Subscribe for The Daily Sentinel. ll-30-d&w-lm ..11111111111111111111111.

I Phone 200 6 & 8 Pine Street.




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J $25 buys mighty g'oodsuit

It's not best because it's largest in :
sales-but largest in sales because

Coming Thursday, Dec. 4.lillfllMIMIIIIifllllllllMMIIIIMMMilllllllf. it's best. There are six Fords sold MilMMIMMHMIIIMItttllMIMIHART

other car. 'Twould SCflAFFNER & MARX
to one ot any
M" ' are emphasizing $25 suits. You can < '

"ne Streets ol neW be hard to find a more convincingreason expect real value at this figure.

why you should own one. Blues, grays and mixtures. You can j .
In four reels
have them at $20 or $30; we recommend ;

Dion Boucicault's drama the $25 suits.
great Six Touring Cars will arrive next .

played In New York for 800 nights. week: Place your order now 41' 'llealllttl"IIIIIII"IIIII'IIII"SCRTJGGS

Matinee 3 o'clock Night 7:15: F. G. RUSH,

Phone 226 & DICKSON I

ADMISSION 10 AND 20 CENTS. This store n the home of Hart Schaffner & Marx clotheslii

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The contract for the constructionof winter home. Apply at this office. MISCELLANEOUS 'HtiMIIIM . . . liliMMHIIMimtMtlMOlNew

STAn NEWS NOTES I four new school houses in the St .11-15-lm

Petersburg district has been let to FOR SALE-New modern five-room EVERYTHING NEW for Xmas at j Goods Latest
the Evans Parlors, No. 100 North Arriving. Daily
(From the Gainesville Sun) Halsema Bros. of that city. Both the cottage; 10 minutes walk from Alain. Phone 125. 1-26-tf

contractors and architects are resi- postoffice, and'in rapidly growing .
The first Plant City strawberries of section. Small and Patterns in
: easy FOUND-A large pocket book. Valuable .
the season were sent to Chicago and dents of St. Petersburg.The terms. Also, fine corner lot, $150 -
to owner. Apply this office.
netted the' growers seventy-five centsa cash, balance on easy terms. Ad- 12-4-3t :.
plant of the McMillan Brick dress A. B., care Sentinel. 1-30-lw .
quarty Two carloads were shipped. Ladies Dress Goods

-Miaijfti; Herald. company, near Pine Barren, the larg- FOR SALE-I have two hundred LOST-A small red book, memo ran. ,

.est plant of its kind in west Florida, strands of well seasoned pine,most- dum. Finder leave at this office : Men' Women Childen's
and receive reward. 12-3-3t ,
ly large timber. I will deliver full :
destroyed by fire
'E Woman's club of Lakeland is was
Re I.Wednesday night, at a late.hour. The wands in Orlando at $?25. Writeme WANTED second-hand buckboard : Muslin and Knit Underwear
p paring to hold a clean-up week R. F. D. 1, or leave order with il i
loss is fully $15,000, with but slight or light spring wagon. Caruthers
jfome time before Christmas. Mayor Dickson & Ives. J. W. Gaines. & Gore. 12-3-3t :
Eaton will issue the proclamation for insurance. 12-3-lwk

this as soon as the new street sweeper FOR SALE Artistic photographs for Xmas at : Boys School Suits
the Evans Parlors, No. 100 N. Main. '
arrives, which probably will be 43 acres, located three miles north- Phone 25. 11-15-tf

within a few days.' PEOPLE'S WANTSMUNNIMAKERS I west of Orlando, on S. A. L. R. R., at
,Fairvilla Station, on Lake Fairview;
I'lake front near station; young grape-1 Not one for sale except to purchasers McCULLOCH'SDEPARTMENT
The famous Tampa Bay hotel will. 'fruit and orange grove; land about who will build on it. Carl Jansen

be formally opened in Tampa for the I half citrus fruit and half vegetable; will explain the terms. 11-26-tf
Notices of Lost Wanted For Sale For
on Friday, December 19. ItI 8-room house barn: ideal winter i
season Rent etc. for this column 23c;; for one day -
is the intention to with a grand 150e f.r threw days or 75e for one week for home, right near Country Club. Ad- \ STORE
open WANTED-Position
25 words or less. Money must accompanythe dress W. T. Chapman, owner, R. F. D. as dairyman;
ball and the hotel will be specially advertisements fer this column as. no No. 2, Orlando. ll-27-lm-d&w several years' experience; by mar- ,
decorated for the occasion and a large insertions will be made'on credit. ried man. Call on or address L. H. :;
I Jarrett, 205 West Pine St. 11-29-tf
orchestra will furnish music. Many CALIFORXLnUXGALOWS
have been made on the FOR SALE I --- I : Next Door to Evan's Jewelry StorepOSSIBLYyou
improvements Ask your real estate man to show LOST-A rope gold watch chain, between ''

tinstelrv...__nn". FOR SALE-Acme adjustable dress 'you early the five California Bungalows Bank and Trust Co. and S. F.'I,
form. 405 South Lake St. 12.1-Gt which are nearing completion. Foundry. Return to Sentinel and re- ': 11"'I"'I"J'IIIIIII III'OD'lt+el.'a' 1" '
They will be finished early in Decem- ceive reward. 12-4-3tl I II
The celebration of the fiftieth anniversary horse. Gus C. I
FOR SALE-A good ber. They will be very attractive
I of their wedding by Rev. Schultz, Formosa, Fla. 12-2-lm architecturally, well planned, and'ARTISTIC Photography for Xmas

and Mrs. A. L. Woodward, at their "quick sale" prices will be made onj:i:. now. The Evans Parlors, one block I I

home in Tallahassee, is said to have FOR on SALE-House Broadway, Amelia and lot avenue; also lots and them tion recommended.when finished. Early inspec-''north 11-26-tf of Court house. Phone 125. \ ,..- 1

I been one of the most successful and Summerlin street. Mrs. Norman Robinson Note-No. 4 has already been sold, jf .

enjoyable functions that city has wit- 301 Concord avenue. 11-27-lm based on opening prices. FINE SPORT FISHING at Oakland, ; ] HOT lATER
\ ) :
" nessed for some time. Mr. Wood- FOR SALE-Anything in Florida 11-8-tf FRED B. DALE, Owner. Fla. Motor boats and fish boats ; : v

ward and his wife have served in the Real Estate. Orange County Realty for rent by Paul RhodeyPhone orders ... \"

r r Methodist conference at many points Company. 11-12-lm FOR REX1 11-20-1m.to A.. J. Willis & Co.'s store. I ) ef.. (:, 'r'II;" ."JoI ".o,i WHEN

i in Florida. FOR SALE-Anything in Florida I .-.....J "J fi..',. 'r fl.-i.:. -. / ,'t"//'" (-.- _
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Real Estate. Orange County Realty NEATLY FURNISHED ROOM, for LOST-Silver Shrine pin, size of half.1 tJ' ..Lfti / :/ =

: The Dade county teachers institute, [Company. 11-12-lm I quilt couple; breakfast if desired; dollar; also an old fashioned gold : "j/'! '.4iift1li"l" 7 (, ': .'., YOU
which convened in Miami Friday in private family. 202 E. Robinson A\-e. bar pin with mosaic setting. Returnto I'I ' j \' t ', 11'
OR RENT House sis "
FOR SALE Sentinel office and receive reward,. ,: ,<.. ... -,
1 annual session, was pronounced the rooms and bath; all improvements; / \1' l 1 \ I".1 (:
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11-28-6t f I
most successful ever held. Dr. Edward ; on East South street. Apply J. G HOUSE FOR RENT on the east end ;//'f r1,\ 'It.: II ;, I ..! ."! I'
of Lake Ivanhoe, furnished or un- I'f .I ' \. '. TIT
Manuel, city. 12-l-l\vl J \ .
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Conradi of the State '
president furnished. 12-3-3t AGRICULTURAL blasting, ditching, ", 1'1 I! \',"t I '".11' ",, ..J -
College for Women, made the principal FIVE PASSENGER AUTOMOBILEnew ; FORRENTT; -- subsoiling, tree planting, stump I '!(1'1;\1\\I I' /' ),). '4
address of the In the middle cashor etwo young blowing, orchard J \''/ J:.....,'.
day. mechanica condition; $575 renovating; lam I : \ \" ,
in lots. Box 733 ". men of good habits, pleasant front cleared ready for the plow. D.namitland > \\r\\\/" \ ,, iI--' -
equity city 7.
of the day the teachers enjoyed a room in refined family. Address A. B., I I I' \ r\1 JT Jo not knowthat
supplies. Estimates
luncheon prepared by: the domestic ."I care Sentinel. 11-30-lw furnished. L. N. Lewis, 406 cheerfully East St.,II (! !\\\\\W\ : \; i( \\ : = an unlimitedr&tfrw'

z science department.Rev. FOR SALE-A_large bungalow_a.nl : Orlando, Fla. 11-29-1 1 \ \.{\\ \\\ "" \ UI , J. i,_ ; / _
FOR RENT-New furnished rooms in .. supply 01 hot
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lot on North Orange avenue. Price .
I new modern home; every conven- that I \.1 ; .fYPl"ff1" water-hot
reasonable. Address or call on Rolla water
Geo. W. Rexford, pastor of the ience; kitchenette if desired; reason- WANTED-Everybody to know
Presbyterian church in Fot Myers, Reel at the Steam Laundry. 11-19-tf able. 14 E. Amelia avenue, next doorto now is the time to plant citrus ) when you want it-hot as long as you want it-is

and his good wife, were burdened DON'T DELAY, but get your Xmas the Wyoming. 124hkFOR ,trees, rose bushes, and plants of all now inexpensively obtained without any further
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Photos now at the Evans Parlors, a very large
of chickens few I
with an over supply a and thought than you give to turning on
one block north of court house. Phone RENT-Well furnished rooms varied stock of the best varieties.
nights ago, the result of a "chicken 125. 11-26-tf for light housekeeping; bath, hot "Bill" Speer, 406 South Hughey St. or off the gas light. Unless you have
shower" which friends in the and cold water electric lights and 11-29-Gt
congregation - --- -- --- -- ;
heard about
pressed upon them at the FOR SALE-New, inexpensive, modern telephone; close in. 312 N. Main St seen or the wonderful t
two-story house; five rooms, 121lwkTO '
Presbyterian manse. No doubt some bath and sleeping porch. Apply 207 ,I WHY PAY exorbitant rent or board? Ruud Automatic's

of the preachers i in this city would! I America street. 11-19-lm LET-Six-room house, 603 W. Why not buy a little home? Buy

enjoy a shower of this kind. Amelia avenue; reasonable. Also, it of the owner and save the agent's Gas .Water Heaterthis
I FOR SALE-New residence, 409 Anderson one 5-room house, with bath, for sale commission. Address B., Box 178.

street. Terms, half down,I for $1600; new. Inquire owner, on 11301m. sounds like a pretty big claim,but like
The Bowling Green Times says: i balance two years time. Inquire on! adjoining property. 11-28-6 all ingenious deuces, it is extremely simple.
"Over three thousand crates of:premises afternoons, or E. H. Gore, with WANTED-To exchange a vacant lot The Ruud is usually installed in the base
have been A. T. Caruthers & Gore Sanitary Grocery, FOR RENT-Large room, two on Concord avenue, Orlando, for a ment, to the ordinary house piping. The '
squash picked by
6 and 8 E. Pine St 11-29-1m beds; suitable for two gentlemen; five-passenger car, Ford or Overland mere act of turning on any hot water faucet
Collins from his acre patch and with also front room with use of kitchen preferred, 1913 or 1914 model; must starts the heater in operation. The wateris

the vines still bearing he will continue ,FOR SALE if desired, with private family. 302 be in A-No. condition. J. 0. Evans, heated instantly-pure, unlimited hot jf'

to pick for some time to come. Five-room bungalow, with bath and North Orange Ave. 11306tFOR Maitland, Fla. 11-30-tf water, fit to drink as it is to bath in. Closing 1 f
sleeping porch. 506 Lexington St., I the faucet turns off the gas in the heater-
The patch was planted early In Sep RENT-Furnished house, ten
without a moment's waste of fuel.
Concord Park. Lot 67x230 feet. oroms and sleeping porch; centrally !- Gatlin is two miles from the corporate
tember and little four weeks
a over 1211mo. located; suitable for either one or I limits of Orlando, or 31-2 See the Ruud Operated at the Cat Office 1
from planting Mr. Collins made his two families. Address F. G. Rush,I miles from the court house. It is recognized
first picking and since October 12 he FOR SALE City. 11-26-t as Orlando's most picturesque
Four lots, with small stone house, suburb, and most desirable for
has shipped over three hundred
with bearing orange and grapefruittrees. ROOMS FOR RENT for light house- suburban residences. No lot for sale Orlando Water & Light CompanyGAS
crates. They have netted him arounda No. 9 Hill St., east of Lake keeping, with all conveniences. 307 save to a purchaser who will build on

dollar per package." Eola, half block from Central avenue. E. Pine street. 12-3-lm it. No lot to ue sold to undesirable DEPARTMENT
11-28 parties. A provision will be insertedin
FOR RENT-Large, well furnishedroom each deed forfeiting the title if
A. D. Galbraith, D. V. S., the vet- FOR SALE to persons wishing suburban intoxicants are ever sold on the

erinary surgeon, located at T. J, House and grove at Fair Villa, 13: ,accommodations; also 2 acres good grounds. It must be a clean com-

Mathers' livery stable. Phone 14.1113tf. acres, of which three acres are young: truck land, close in. Good opportunity munity or no community. See Carl;
budded grapefruit; borders lake;: for right person. Address "A," Jansen for prices, conditions or terms11.29tf .
house of 8 rooms; good barn; attractive-. Sentinel. 9-8tf

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We want to thank our friends for their liberal patronage

". during our great Stock Reducing Sale and assure all that If \

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 genuine

r bargains on every item in our store, .

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THE CAR WITH A CONSCIENCE" First/Class Service Dinner 11.30 to 2 p.m.

Give us a trial and let us convince you that we have the best

meals. Price 35 cents. '

f MENUCream .

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Irish Stew

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Steamed Rice.
Creamed Onions
Model 43 Chassis: Five-passenger touring car. Wheel base is 116 inches; double drop frame.
Motor 41-4 x 51-4; four cylinders cast in pairs; unit power plant; cone clutch; selective type transmis- Beet Salad
sion German silver "V" shaped radiator, square tu.5 type; Stromberg carburetor; full floating rear
axle! New Departure bearings; tires, 35 x 41.2; Improved Delco electric starting, lighting and ignition Southern Corn Bread
system. Gasoline capacity, 21 gallons, tank carrIed at rear, pressure feed; Standard demountable rims Vanilla I Ice Cream Assorted Cake
10 inch upholstering; nickel trimmings; body, steel; colors: blue or gray, Mack running genre Price
fully equipped: : Touring car, $1,875 delivered. Other models $1,150 to $3,000.


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Extensions of water mains has com- The contract has been let for the MODERN PRINTING
menced in St. Petersburg to carry!I erection of a new office building in ,
Vater to people now living outside of i Lakeland. The structure will be two When you want printing, enjoy the "'n ,
the Sunshine City. This will supply i stories in height. The contract price privileges of this modernly equipped
the people in Bayboro in the south was between $4,000 and $5,000. Work '
printing plant. Perfection in equip- ftftSMMMMMMMMMOMMM111[] I ,1'41 II Ie,II II I"I'I1111 III I'"
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Sales Manager Burton of the Florida I No job of yours is too large for our MMMMMMMM
Citrus Exchange sends out the Bicycles. Warman fixes 'em on facilities-or too small for our con-
statement from Tampa that more Court street. 11.27-tf: sideration. The Sentinel. Phone 24. .
than a half million boxes more or-
anges have been shipped out of this Subscribe for The Daily Sentinel. Subscribe for The Daily Sentinel. OrlandoWater
state this year than were shipped up I
to a corresponding date last year. lie I

averages entire crop.this as being one-fifth of the i I HMMMttMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM'Orang'e I t & Light Co. i

On Tuesday, December 16, an election Property
will be held in Palmetto to decide ElectricityGas

whether or not the people wantto ; Containing 15 acres, located on lake, good Seven Room
bond for improvement. If the issue -
carries, the money will be used Bouse. Crop estimated this year 2500.00; within one -
for three purposes: $50,000 for open-|
! mile of city limits.
ing, widening and paving streets;
$18,000 for extending the waterworks Office---No. 18 West Central Avenue
system, and $17,000 for the sewerage
system. It is almost certain that the REAL ESTATE BOUGHT AND SOLD.
bond issue will carry and this will be Telephone No. 6
just another progressive step for Pal
metto. I.\ BRITTAIN & WAY

Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand's Phone 172.MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMI.
C.al Yard, phone 566. 9-31-tf

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

buyer to pick up big bargains for cash or terms.MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM .

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

ange, grapefrait and tangerine trees The house contains 10 rooms, j Avenues, each 66x138.

kitchen and bathroom included, garage and summer kitchen The ;

, in first class condition and can be bought with or without !
house's'. but must be seen to be appreciated. Wide commodious One lot 66x138 on Livingston Avenue, between Broadway and -

verandas, partly screened. Lockhart Avenues second block fromIagnolta: .

Nine room house with fivelarge closets and large pantry,kitchen Five lots on Milwaukee street, half block from Lake Lucerne

andbathroom included in a A-No. i condition on a plot 60x130 with 60x150 or by 310. All sidewalks laid on all the properties.

orange trees, half block from Lake Eola.

One of the best farms in the county 200 acres, with good build

One lot 75x123, one block from Court House, facing Lake Eola ing, furniture, stock and tools included. A very rare opportunity to

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

I will sell in bulk or also receive offers for any part of it. Please call at

Four lots 60x1 15'0 on East Central Avenue, facing Lake Eola, in t your earliest convenience as all this property must be sold at an .

one of Orlando s best locations.MMIMMMMMMMMM ;; ; early date.


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Taft, Fla., Dec. 3.-Mr. J. H. Tice
and wife arrived last week from New .
Jersey, where they suffered throughthe
summer, and are at their elegant I

home on First street. Mrs. M. L. (IIP( GoverPROTECTS'1 r if' 1 1
Cranmer, of Philadelphia, Pa., came ( ( ( -{-{ \ ... ..(J.J
with them to enjoy the comforts of
Taft for the winter.
The large new house which: Mr. A. -

E. Boyce is building on Fourth streetis ; ,
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progressing finely, being nearly "
enclosed. When completed it win bea enforcement
? By of lavanil order thro'
fine addition to that section of the .
THESTATE city.Our force of arms.TJIE .

r enterprising merchant, Mr. J. --
II. Estes, has erected a nice pole from VARM( :
which Old Glory floats nearly every -='
3ty experimental stations and free
BANK day. Long it reports
pleasant may --===::
Mr. C. H.: Nelson was an Orlando i1 of their discoveries.

visitor last Wednesday.
Messrs. A. J. Richardson, J. A. - TJ IS FUTURE :
, of Orlando Simms and W. G. Sphaler were in
Orlando on business last Saturday. = jty compulsory education, and conservation

While in Orlando recently we noticed of natural resources
1893 many fine improvements on the ;

streets, sewers, etc., several elegant L1 TJJE FINANCE :
blocks going up in place of the old I
LONG ESTABLISHEDSAFE ancient ones. Let the good work go }}y direct supervision of specific tanks and .
- on, and perhaps we may consent to -
only those banks are permittod to to called
annex you to the Greater Taft after a === .
CONSERVATIVE while. "National" banks and to keep government
ACCOMMODATING r==-::= funds on

With tenantless property on jour --. deposit.UThIirLtI 1

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erty owner, and every real estate
agent, knew this fact by this time ; (jr .
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could not bear the keys of Christ's: people. :\.;!:: :!,', ''ii ,,: ':;,I ', i''!,,: " I' I ', .

his lecture on the doctrine of kingdom." There are property owners in this u_ . _ _. _.
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Devery explained that: "Confession." Among the question: "lose a day" in commencing C tt ; I'jII ittttMtMtHMtHMBIMHiillltfliiiiciiiHM"
Sentinel ad. for tenants.
"The pope is not a demi-god; he is to be answered is: "What part di<; a
not inspired; he is absolutely power- the Church have in the Spanish In- But they are not apt to preach that
" doctrine to others. They simply YOWELL'S :
less to change or to add to a single quisition and the massacre of St ap-
their affairs, lettingthe
it to
ply own
line of Christ's revelation. The doctrine Bartholomew?
.," other folks know experience..
means simply this, that when

. the Church's chief bishop, speaking in ANNOUNCEMENTChurch
his official capacity as bead of the I, AT TilE LUCERNE

Church, speaking secondly to the i I Fair to Be Held at Pine R mavi1 l al
whole Church, and speaking thirdly II I Castle December 6 Another good show at the Lucerne 1tpno US

on some point of faith or morals, de- I The Christian Workers of the Pin e theater last night and a large and

clares such or such a doctrine to be Castle Union church will hold a fai r appreciative audience thoroughly enjoyed -
part of Christian revelation, he is it. Mr. J. G. Moore's vaude-
for the benefit of the church at th e
I ville work is certainly entertaining,
divinely preserved from teaching er-I i school auditorium next Saturday, December
ror. In one word, God will not per-I I 6th. There will be many goo d and Miss Wanda Waterson's singing Begins Monday Dec. 1st
mit His Church to be led into error things offered for sale, such as han d is delightful. The rural tabloid com ,
by its chief teacher. Hence no inspiration ,i made neckties, ladies' shopping bag!. edy, "Fool of the Family," was very

is given to the pope, no new,; and numerous other things suitabl,e laughable all the way through. To- and lasts 30 days
doctrine is revealed to him, but sim- and useful for everybody. Here is .a night the Cooke Players will present
., ply when: he solemnly teaches the chance for buying your Christma s' two new vaudeville acts and the society -
faithful committed to his care, or presents. There will be ice comedy, "Our Dog Tom.. Form
when he solemnly,decides disputes in Friday night the company will pre-
and cake, also supper will be serve d Every article in this mammoth
sent the four-act comedy-drama, "A
morals or doctrine, he is safeguardedfrom to all who wish to eat the goody_
Miner's Son tale of the Southland
error by God. a
ladies know well ho
goodies our so v
" "This doctrine is eminently just to prepare. The fair will begin a t before the war. Regular prices, tent stock reduced.
and reasonable if God's Church is to and twenty cents. Reserved seats will
2 p. m. and last! till late in the nigh
teach truth and falsehood. I I be sale today for Friday night's
not Andit on
to chance to attend I.
give everybody a
and the price will be Don't fail to the Aero-Plane Ascension
is a doctrine abundantly proved in Everybody is welcome and invited t o performance see
Scripture. In the sixteenth chapter I thirty cents. DeLaney & Abernethy'sdrug
A time i
come. good enjoyable :s
of St. Matthew our Lord says to Simon -II promised to all. store. it will play day next week
Peter, 'I say to the, thou art a every ,
rock, and upon this rock I will build I NEED NOT LEAVE YOUR DESK
my church, and the gates of hell will THE CIATED PRACTICAL GIFT AND IS FURNITUR1 APPRE- E the weather permitting, from the top 'ofEverybody

not prevail against it. And I will When in want of printing-just

give to thee the keys of the kingdomof phone us and our representative will

bind in heaven heaven upon,, and and earth whatsoever whatsoever shall be bound thou thou shalt shalt also Let For service all it from be the, no"Lasts-a-Lifetime"this year gift good'round equals store.appreciatioand furniturE Furniture n- call.The number is 21, Sentinel. The Ne w Y w ll-nll (W n Co's I Bill.N.P.YOWELL i [.

loose upon earth shall be loosed also e.e
:| This store is crowded with suitabl That Joseph Skelly, who stole r
in heaven.. These words explicitly I
gift furniture and you will find th e $11,000 worth of negotiable money
declare that Christ made St. Peter usual Lower Kincaid & Snowde n order blanks out of the local office of welcome.
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the foundation of His Church; that
prices very much in evidence. Opea n the Southern Express company whiles
the Church built thereon should never charge account here, buy Christm: posing as an inspector will not be
be overcome by hell; that St. Peter
back here for trial
furniture now and take advantage c J If brought
I t should rule Christ's kingdom; by pos- our easy divided pa'ments.KUCAID learned today. It is said that under
sessing the very keys which give en- & SNOWDEN. the laws of Florida he could be pun-
trance unto it; and that St. Peter's ished for only the value of the paper,
governing acts should be ratified in since it was of no value until signed.
heaven above. But if the chief teacher The best way to let the peopl: As the laws of Pennsylvania are more
thus appointed could lead the know jour proposition, and a goc stringent regarding such cases and
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be meted heavier
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Christ, he could not be the Church'sl the Sentinel. tence under the laws of that state,

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of in St. Petersburg.-St. Pe-

r f CADILLACS S HUPMOBILES[ j tersburg Note in Tampa Times.If .

1 you want to rent a furnishedroom

: in Orlando, a Sentinel want ad.
is what you want. CTiristznaus welry


l LUCERNETHEATRSTARNEY HR I![ 0 n We a most have complete now in stock readiness of.* O

Itf Cash
f 5 per cent off for onCasings ,
l' PROPRIETORS Gifts for Christmas

l Three Reels of Pictures j

, Full Line of Supplies and Parts Carried in Stock (5People5)All o Any article reserved 1. ,

i Week Come and See.
k' Two Vaudeville Acts Each Night n
; Livery Service One Tabloid Act

i' "Hidden Treasure Ranch" (American .

"Mystery). of Haunted Hotel" (Than- ALLEN & CO Jewelers

and I houser).
Orlando Auto Supply Copany o ou "Scared Writer" (Majestic). :,

I't' Prices: lOc. and 20c. r c\1\1


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