The daily sentinel

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The daily sentinel
Uniform Title:
Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Daily South Florida sentinel
Place of Publication:
Orlando Fla
Josiah Ferris
Creation Date:
December 5, 1913
Daily (except Monday)
normalized irregular
Physical Description:
1 v. : ;


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
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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Direct Service Postal Telegraph until 2 a. m. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY. Orlando-Progressive Center of the State.






Editorial from the Florida Metropolis ing approximately six dollars a min !

: ute for every minute of the Christian'II -
Orange county has voted for $GOO- I era. |

OPPOSE DEMANDS MADE ORLANDO BOOSTED 000 in bonds to make more good roadsin Solving the problem of transportation UlGU WATERS WORK REBEL GENERAL WATCHEDTO

BY THEIR SISTERS FOR Orange county. One of the ambI- in order to cheapen its cost, KEEP FAITH WITH

tions expressed by some of the lead. is one of the tasks set for this gen- j

PRIVILEGE TO VOTE BY MISTER FOSTER I ing people of Orlando is that a good eration and generations to come. j HAVOCIN TEXAS I I ADMIRAL FLETCHER

part of this sum may be used to makea There is but one basis on which these
brick road from Orlando in the direction things may be computed, and that i is

of Tampa, and another in the upon the per ton per mile cost of i ARE DROWNED PROMISED PROTECTIONTO
direction of Jacksonville, entirely I handling, and the comparison of long
through the county. and short hauls. It appears that the I I

MANY YEARS TO FIND This is a most worthy ambition. motor truck has arrived; that it is a ARE ESTIMATED IN
IS STAND TAKEN BY OPPONENTS MANY CHANGES Not only that, but it is a movement useful and profitable investment for I LARGE FIGURES
WIIO ARE GIVEN displaying the proper patriotic and those who have anything to haul. :

HEARING BY RULES COMMITTEE I /"Ask Mr. Foster; he probably economic spirit. Orange county is That the motor truck will solve the Dallas, Tex., Dec. 4.-Rainfall continued SEEN IF PACT WILL

I knows." one of the most productive in the problem of short hauls seems fair to today in the flood districts of BE KEPT
I Ask Mr. Foster if Orlando isn't ,"state. You could build any kind of a I; assume. It will displace the truck central Texas, adding to the menaceof
about the best town in Florida, ''I wall around it, and never ship anything J lorse, the mule team and the farm I high waters which already have !Special to the Sentinel.Washington .

Washington, Dec. Opponents ofwoman's he will probably tell you that it is.I in, nor ship anything out, and I'tvagon. It will go further than thatit cost thirteen lives and about $1,000- Dec. 4.-Official dispatches -

suffrage appeared before the'| Mr. Ward G. Foster, whose surIname yet it would be self-sustaining. But I-- will solve the question of the I 000 property damage.The to the state department

house rules committee' today to argue has become so familiar to visitors -' the people of Orlando and Orange i short haul to market. Formerly area of overflowing rivers day report hundreds of Americansin

why a committee on woman suffrage!i, in Florida by dint of the din.\ county are not of the wall-building :farmers did not consider hauling by spread rapidly last night, the most flight from Mexico caused by the
should be created by the house.
not ning of his trade legend, "Ask Mr. !I kind, but rather of the road-building 'wagon more than ten or twenty miles important new point affected being threatened attacks on Monterey and

The .delegation was headed by Mrs.I)|:Foster" from bill boards and hand lit- kind. They want to bring in more : to market. If a load was intendedfor San Antonio northward almost to the Tampico.

A. M. Dodge, of New York, who yes-!:: ere, that people have uncon- I than they have, and ship out much a greater distance it was takento Panhandle, and from this point eastward Foreign interest is centered largelyon

terday was re-elected president of{I I Dusly come to believe that he had I! that they have. I I the railroad station, loaded in cars to include all the important cit- the latter port. The interest of

the national association opposed to II[no other name, was in Orlando. yes Orange county, if all her lands I and shipped to market, or rather to a ies of north and central Texas. Hous- the navy and state departments is
woman suffrage.The -
thei j terday. It was Mr. Foster's first visit were improved up to the highest point. 'I central market place. Modern buyingand ton, Beaumont and Galveston alone keen because it will be up to Admiral
delegation marched to
Ini'to Orlando in several years. of efficient productiveness, would today selling methods are changingthis. were not threatened. Fletcher to see that the rebel general

house pffice building in a body. "I've been hearing about the things produce more than all Florida Buyers are going to the farms, I The homeless numbered thousands, Aguilar makes good his promises to

that. respect they followed the planof 1 that you've been doing in Orlando," put together. This is a broad statement the gardens and the orchards to buy. but inasmuch as they were dividedin safeguard American and other foreign -

the National American Woman said Mr. Foster, "and I came to see !! but it is absolutely true. There Shipping is getting to be more of a I small groups throughout the im- property interests, and especially -
association which
Suffrage yesterdaysent about it, and, believe me, you've been i 1 1i is a comparatively small percentage scientific concentration of produce in mense flood territory no serious relief the oil works of the Americans and

a delegation of nearly one thou-)i doing 'em; no doubt about that. I II of her farming lands that are in a car load lots at big centers. Or, problems were presented. At Belton, English.The .

sand women to present the suffragist 1 i I "But I'm not surprised. Orlando I high state of development, and yet where water is available, barges and where past of the town was cut off officials of the Administration
side of the argument to the rules
committee. I I has always been a good town. For a i I she probably has more land in cultivation boats can be used y In this respect by water, baskets of provisions were regard the coming contest at Tampico -

long time Orlando has had the name and is taking from her soil Florida has a situation superior tc propelled on telephone poles to flood as the most important of all fights
.. Speakers, for the opponents declared I
v 1of being the best town in Florida; its more than any other county in the that of every country in the world. victims. Bosque, near Waco, reported because it will probably develop the

working women were opposed I business men have always been pro-I state, with the possible exception of She has the lakes and streams, the that the rise which did not reach :Mexican: policy of Germany, Great
the franchise because would
to they
:gressive and they have always stuck two or three. Orange county produces canals along her coasts, the deep here until yesterday came in a wall Britain and the United States, if the
than would This
lose more they, gain. : together and pulled together when it i a great amunt of fine citrus water in her ports; and with little of water about ten feet high. The rebels don't keep their promises to
in "to the statement of
the was suffragists.It answer. came lo doing things for the benefit I fruits, but that is only a small part cost and little work, she can be madea Residents had been warned.At Fletcher.It .

of'the town. It is evident that this i of her products. She has some of the network of canals, 'covering every Waco, where several thousand is not known if the German naval
,was contended. that the suffrage
spirit still prevails here, and I'm gladto finest truck and farming lands in the part of the state, so that no point. persons were driven from their homes commander has agreed to act in con-
movement in its nature I'
\. was sporadic ,. see it. lue town is going right I world. There are hundreds and hun- need l>e more than fifty miles distant, by the Brazos flood, no loss of life cert with the American admiral as
and that the ballot was not wanted '
ahead, and that bond issue of six dreds of acres on which you could not from a canal shipping point. had been reported. Inundation of the it is reported that the British ad-
by as women as the suffragists
many hundred thousand dollars for good i get the land owners to put a price, Good roads can be built of brick;,, cemeteries stopped burials throughout miral, Sir Christopher Caddock, did.
declare. It was denied that the suffragist 'I ,
roads is going to be about the most !l the soil is so rich, and in such a splen- and auto trucks can carry everythingthe ; the city. Planing mills turned The fact that Germany is sendingher
movement had grown to such
profitable thing that ever happenedhere. did state of cultivation., Every year, farmers produce. The canal will out scores of boats to rescue the ma- own cruisers is regarded here as
demand house
proportions as to a
committee. to be sure, is adding to the numberof form the natural carrier, and the rooned and salvage property. meaning that she proposed taking af-

"If the people all over the state acres in cultivation, and to the combined cost of truck and canal fairs in her own hands, as it is well
Suffragist sympathizers had been
could only wake up to the advantages efficiency of the soil to produce big transportation will be so small, com- known that the American squadronat
warned by Dr. Anna Howard Shaw, I
president of their association, to remain to come from the construction of good profit crops. ': pared with the horse and wagon, and PLUMBING INSPECTOR Tampico is large enough to han-

highways the whole wouldson The has : of the billions dle the if other nations
i country transportation problem for the railroad today, that situation so
from the
away' hearing room
and' give their undivided attention to be grwing at a rate that would many years, if not always, been the this country pays for transpor- MAKES fiNE SHOWING desire.

astonish )'ou." one big problem in America. It is tation now will shrink into a sum -
the business of the'suffrage convention I
Mr. Foster has twenty-five public- one of the big problems in Florida to- :, very inconsiderable as compared with AUTOMOBILES RESCUING
to which they had been sent as
delegates. ity 'offices established in different I day, and particularly in Orange coun- the present cost. BUT FINDS THE WORK ALSO OF REFUGEES FROM MEXICO

parts of the United States and Cuba, ty. Senator Fletcher, in his Palatka !| It is up to the people. If all flor-
( I MILK INSPECTOR A BIT El Paso, Dec. 4.-Americans of this
and seven of them are located in II I speech at the Mississippi and Gulf ida pursues the policy of Orange!
place and Marfa, Texas, have joinedin
INyENTORY OF CITY Florida. He makes a specialty ol waterways convention, stated that county and builds good brick roads,! TOO MUCH sending automobiles south to the-

supplying trade information to hotels: this country produces about thirteen and then if all of us get behind the
Mexican border at Ojinaga to meet
PROPERY TO BE MADE and transportation companies, and billions of dollars worth of stuff year- canal projects now proposed, it will ,
In his report to council last night refugees from Chihuahua, who are
besides this he does a general advertising ly for transportation costs. In making be only a short time until we can I
Plumbing Inspector 0. E. McIntosh being escorted to the Texas line by
business. He has six hundrec I his comparison the senator said show the world the realization of all
showed that the office had brought a the evacuation of the federal army.
hotels and one hundred transportationlines that there have been about a billion our dreams for cheaper and better
,HEADS OF ALL DEPARTMENTSGIVEN revenue of $134 to the city during the Five El Paso business men delegated
on his list of clients, and theyare minutes of the Christian era, and that transportation. .
ORDERS past month, a sum which much more from the chamber of commerce here
all satisfied clients, because Mr. every year of the present day we ;1 What county will be next to foUowOrange
than pays for the maintenance of the reached Marfa today and in conjunction -
AFFAIRSAn Foster's system produces results. spent an amount for transportationin in a bond issue to build brick
office. The plumbing inspector is required with the citizens of that city
o.I The Foster system has been in op- the United States alone represent. roads? ,..
to perform the duties of milk started forty automobiles to Ojinaga.

inventory of all city propertyis eration eighteen years. Mr. Foster inspector also, and Mr. McIntosh com- Reports from Presidio, which townis
to be made, preparatory to turning had an idea, and has turned the idea I
plained to council last night that the opposite Ojinaga, stated that the
over the government to the city into a useful and revenue producing !
.' duties of the two positions were refugees, among them thirty-five of
commissioners the first of the machine. His best known publications i I
year more than he could properly attendto. the most prominent families of Chi-
aad an expert accountant, Mr. J. D. are the Standard Guide to
SEEKERS REACH ORLANDO APPRAISING COAST LINE" huahua, and their escort of two thou-
Mitchell, has been engaged to audit Florida and his Washington Guide.In .I I II
There thirty-one dairies which sand federal troops, are still fifty
the accounts of the city, the work to addition to these he issues a bimonthly -
4 begin about December 15. travel magazine, two issuesof 1 should be inspected at least once a miles out with little or no food or

Alderman Gwynne last night of- which will be devoted largely to I WILL VISIT TilE TOWNSITE OF I REPRESENTATIVE OF WELL !' month, and in addition to that it is water and are suffering terribly. The
'required that the milk sold from these automobiles which will reach Ojinaga
fered a resolution which was adopted, year. -
dairies shall be tested for butter fat tonight will probably go south into
directing the heads of all the depart- "Long before Collier's and Eyerbody's }-I I FOR A WHILE 'I I
Mexico to the
and required to reach a certain stand- meet column of refu-
ments to prepare an inventory of all had a change of heart and policy -
I ard. Mr. McIntosh that he gees and hasten the women and chil-
the city property) under his charge. ," said Mr. Foster, "the Foster I A party of twentyeight.prospect-\ :Mr.: A. A. Winter, representing the ; had been unable to explained make tests I dren to the border and relief.

This will apply to the chief of the fire publications refused whiskey ors reached Orlando last night under I well known engineering firm of J. G. I any

department, the chief of the. police bacco advertising. Moreover we never -' the leadership ofIr.. L. A. Huff. White & Co., was in Orlando yesterday I for several months for the reason

department, the superintendent of advertise anything that we can'I They came from Cedar Rapids, la., He was accompanied by a corpsof I that the supply of acid had run out FEDERAL GARRISON AT

streets and to all others who have not. personally recommend." and vicinity.The I assistants, and they were engagedin i when the former milk inspector had NUEVO LAREDO MUTINOUS

official possession of any city prop- Mr. Foster is a believer in the efficiency party arrived on the train from !' making an appraisal of the com-'retired from office, and that a new Laredo, Tex., Dec. .-Several soldiers -
which had been ordered from
erty whatever. The terms of the res- of women, and eighteen of the north due at 6:41, which was : pany's property in Orlando. They carboy from the federal garrison at

olution,were such as to require these his .offices are directed by young wo- about an hour late, and shortly after went to Sanford from this place. I New York was broken in transit and Nuevo Laredo are reported to have

several lists td be in the hands of the men who have been specially trained their arrival they were being shown. J Mr. Winter was not disposed to, had to be replaced, the new shipment attempted to escape across the river

city clerk not'later than December 15. i for the business. over the city by )Ir. Huff. talk of the purpose for which the:, having arrived only a few days ago today, but were detected and brought

Alderman Walker reported that the He will leave Orlando this morning -' They will visit the town of Pickett appraisement was being made. It I The inspector said he had haled two I back. Two of them plunged into the

finance committee had engaged Mr for other points in Florida, his today to view the offerings of farm- ,.may be for the purpose of meetingthe of the dairymen before the mayor, river, and one disappeared, probably

J. D. Mitchell, an expert accountant, stay in the state being limited at this sites in that vicinity, and will also demands of the directors, or it !>'but that official had discharged them drowned. The other succeeded in

to audit the city's accounts, the workto time. be shown the attractive places about''!i may be for an entirely different ob with a reprimand only. At one of reaching the Texas side. The whole!

begin about ,the middle of the Orlando. A trip to the Ocklawaha ject. The incident offers an oppor,j these dairies he had found a negro garrison is reported to be disaffect
[ sleeping in the milk room, said the
month.. THIS EDITOR STILL OFFENDS nurseries Tangerine is on the program j: tunity for guessing. ed. A large body of rebels is reported -
F( inspector. "Guess that accounts for
r of events for the visitors. The about seven miles from Nuevo
those black spots in the milk bottles,"
L MURPHY PRESIDENTIthaca party contains many who will undoubtedly i j' Laredo and an attack is momentarily
Gary, Ind., Dec. 4.-Despairing in HURT WHILE MAKING BOMBS r observed Alderman Sims. The purity

1 his efforts to issue a newspaper that dents of this become county.permanent resi- FOR MOTION PICTURE FILMS\ !: of the milk supply being of great importance expected.

Dec. 4.-When asked by a will satisfy the demands of all his I Alderman Holland moved

United States examiner before Supreme readers, who ,are for'the most part Los Angeles, Jec. 4.-While mak i! that the inspector be required to NO TROUBLE IN DRIVERS'

Court Justice Sewett yesterday steel workers, Editor A. H. Senko of t THE WEATHER. ing bombs for battle scenes in th make a report in detail to counc: STRIKE AT INDIANAPOLIS
on his application to be admitted the Slavish Daily has started to issue Florida: Fair Friday, except unsettled ammunition house of a motion picturE ee every month and that these reports Indianapolis, Dec. 4.-No troublewas

citizenship, "Who is'the head of his paper in six different languages. in northwest portion. Satur- camp in the Santa Ynez canyon hen e''be published, showing the relative experienced by the police today 1

government of the United States," Italian, Bohemian, Croatian, Polish, |day, local rains in north portion. today George Carew and S. Mille:r I' standing of the dairymen, as to the in the teamsters' and chauffeurs' 't

John Dewey Solomon, native of Syria, Hungarian and English are the languages i were probably fatally burned whei;i sanitary condition of their dairies ando strike. Wagons were operated and .

an orderly at the city hospital-- used each day. Something new ,for the holidays the bombs exploded and set fire t: the percentage of butter fat of their the strike is apparently broken. It is t

plied: Complaints are less, but the Ser- coming in every day. Come to our the house. Moving picture actors;, milk. Alderman. Sims concurred in expected that the strikers' will make q.

"Charlie Murphy. vian and Russian subscribers are demanding store for your Christmas present I actresses, Indians and cowboys fough t' the view and seconded the motion., another appeal to the central labor i;

jfL> Even the judge ladghed. "their rights." Curtis & O'Neal, next postoffice. the flames fiercely. and it passed unanimously. union for a general strike.'J' ;

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. Board Tuesday Present met, 10 pursuant Chairman a. m., Overstreet 2 adjournment 1913. -, .; Oil l W N11r8e1y Service i O l O & 1 1 OMr A r r

Commissioners Brown, Sweet, Eld-

redge and Diliard. Orlando F orida. i
; Pension claims of the following I

persons were presented and upon examination Has always been accepted in Orange County as th I Capital and Surplus SI2 .OOO.OO.

-_ were found correct. Same best to be obtrined. No one has ever complained }
c were approved and forwarded to the
and no oneever will, because our trees are the best s Report of the Condition of
State Board of Pensions: I --1
, Sim-mons and cheapest (in the end) possible to procure. THE ORLANDO BANK & TRUST

i j.{. as {, .- COMPANY
IBonds of W. 0. Hall to bear fire- Who ever heard of one untrue to name or who I z 41t. R r" At the close of business November
,. .. .
/ arms, sureties J. M. Cook and H. C. ever heard of an ignored claim? fr V 17, 1913. In compliance with Chapter
Robertson, were approved and license .I+!y ir t 6427, Laws of Florida.
ordered to be issued. We offer you first choice from the largest stockin "
Bond of I. L. Martin to bear fire- : K < 'to_ : RESOURCES
the world for this season's and .
arms, sureties 0. L Howard and W. planting your suc- >- :, J----: ', ft Banking House, Furnitureand

s H. _Howard, approved and license ordered cess with our stock is already assured when your ,'.;. .'r'c.. 1; ,. Fixtures. .. .. . .$ 25,97487
: & : \,:, : 'of Loans and Discounts. .. .
is 396,206.53Overdrafts
issued. planted. Free advice as to stock and 1' : ,.'"'..
Bond of Chas. F. Grannis, with C. : grove per- Y -.. :-. :'.' '" . ...... .. 40G.9'JStocks :
G. Lee and L. L. Payne as sureties, : sonal inspection of your land when requested on any u and Bonds .. .. . 26,018 :S:3 5
approved and license ordered issued. planting of 300 trees or more. Suitable discountsto '1 Cash on Hand and in

i Bond of Marcus B. Floyd, as notary I planters of large acreage. In fact, the very best 1 .::! _'; I Banks. .. ............ 132377.44
public, with T. H. Evans and 0. B. -Y.- 4sb >-
of everything and 0. W. Conner behind it all. ; *r a
Floyd as sureties, presented, approved y $5s0,0S4.1oR1
and forwarded to comptroller. i LIABILITIES
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Reports of: county officers read: I I I ;a Capital Stock ..... ... ... .$100,00000
Superintendent of roads; superintendent : ADDRESS i t I Surplus ard Undivided

of county home; treasurer to : \ esrr a,i Profits ..... ..... .... . 32,166 fi2
state auditor, and to county commis- : a Deposits .... . .. .. ... 44S,817.36
sioners; sheriff to state auditor; OOKLAAIIA NURSERIES ? ft L'- --
financial statement of county auditor; :i $$580,984
report of county physician; all Octo- : .
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ber tax redemptions; state auditor's :; -
report of licenses, of fines and forfeitures 23 Fla. = '1 M. M. SMITH, Presi'enl.I .
Dept. Tangerine, j I
etc.Statement I W. M. DAVIS, Vice-president.
of W. I. Parker as to the II111 11111 11111 011 11111 11111 11111 I"11111. ell 1111I It -

value of his property in re his appli- I\ United States Government, State and County Depository G. E NOLAN, C-shier.
: cation for pension; upon motion same

was approved by the Board. I . . ... . . . . . . . . . . ; . . " '
County surveyor submitted his re- Electrically \I .IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIOI&lllllllltttlll.ltil11 . IIOltiti.I.. . ...
the of the road with
port of route
Equipped! I
of the around Lake Ivan-
plat same For Economy and purchase

hoe.Communication from E. W. Lager- I W RIG H 'I' P' power of your mon
roth in connection with the subject REA LTY & s EHD co '
; received and read. Upon motion the I ITwo.Sixty FOR REAL CS rATC .y, "T ry Wright's" Farm

route so outlined by the plat of surveyor Thais Our Business and Garden Seeds. in
granted. Florida
Upon motion it was ordered thata Orlando bulk. "Motto" Quantity

warrant of $500 be drawn, payableto
H. C. Dann, for lots 3, 4, 5 and 6 and Quality.Fresh .
Standard Model
of block 8 of Highland Grove 2nd The greatest motorcycle value Farm dozen Ice. cents 100 pounds Best Creamery Butter
ever achieved. 7 H.P. Twin Eggs, 40 ; 40 ; 40
Addition to the City of Orlando. equipped with Electric Head Light.Electric Tail Light.Electric
Signs cents Sweet Milk, cents cents pint; Oranges 10 cents dozen; Limes 10 cents
Same to be for clay for the county. Two Seta Storage Batmei and Corbin-Brown Rur.Dri\'e Speedomet. ; 13 quart 7
Communication from Orlando Grain er. Pnce$2bOOO. See Catalog for detailed deacnplion.0ndlan dozen; Butter Milk, 10 cents quart. Chesepeak Bay Oysters, (selects) 50 cents quart, 30

received in cents pint.'
and Commission company '
respect to the purchasing of suppliesfor MOTOCYCLES Individual Package 10 Ibs. Ass't Fruits, "That Xmas Present" delivered by Express,

the county, and read. Upon mo. (charges prepaid) all points east of Rocky Mountains, at your door $1.35 cash with order.
FOR 1914
tion it is ordered that the suppliesbe
purchased at the lowest cost for

first-class goods. 60,000 brand new red machines will go out over the Indian .
Tax Assessor Butt before trails during the coming 'ear-the .IIIIIIOII"'II"IIII"'IIIII'II'II"'I"lt"IA' ' 'rf. 1"IIIIIII'IIIIIIII'.JUTH
appeared greatest motorcycle produc- I
the Board in reference to having an tion in the history of the industry.

assistant in his office for the year TheY'will flash forth fully armed with "Thirty-Eight Better- AL"'SALElf .
1914, as heretofore, viz., the amountof ments for 1914!" Armed with powerful and beautiful Electrical GREAT
$350. Upon motion that amount Equipment! Armed with a New Standard of Value which must
appropriated for same. completely overturn all existing ideas of motorcycle worth.

Judge WarlSw appeared in behalfof All standard Indian models for 1914 come equipped with electric
A. D. Mallory in reference to the head light, electric tail light, two sets high amperage storage batteries AT
road around Lake Ivanhoe, Mallory electric signal, Corbin Brown rear-drive speedometer.

protesting against the road.Mr. You cannot fully realize the 1914 Indian without a thorough study of the 1914
appeared before the Indian Catalog. It makes plain a host of compelling Indian facts that all motor

tion.Board in reference to road connec Catalog-the cycle-interested most men interesting can consider volume their of motorcycle real profit.literature Send for you've the 1914 ever Indian read. KANNBR' Ne w Y Ht Baraill r i mr

Petition of Mrs. Eva Gore Robinson The 1914 line of Indian Motocycles consists of:

and W. J. Connoley, for the claying 4 H.P. Single Service Model.............................$'00.00
of the road from Conway to the 7 H.P. Twin Two-Twenty, Regular Model......... 225.00
Until Christmas
: 7 H.P. Twin Two-Sixty, Standard Model................. 260.00 Continues 25 :
.. Gatlin Station on the A. C. L., re- 7 H.P. Twin Light Roadster Model...................... 260.00 I
ceived and laid over under the rules. 7 H.P. Twin Two Speed, Regular Model......,.......... 275.00
Bond of W. L. Cobb to bear fire- 7 H.P. Twin Two Speed, Tourist Standard Model....... 300.00 such Shoes Hats
Goods Notions
7 H.P. Twin Hendee Special Model (with Electric Starter) 325.00 New arriving as. j
arms presented. Upon motion his re- .
*quest not granted. .. Price F.O.B. Factory and all kinds of Novelties for the Holiday trade. This $25,000.00

County surveyor presented tracings C. R. Hilpert, Agent. Orlando, Fla.tLYo .
I of the Apopka and Wekiwa Springs stock of new and up-to-date merchandise I will sell in this great

: road, and Orlando towards Turkey Prices. Our stock
Annual Sale at Sacrifice was never more complete
Jake and Sand lake, through Reel

property. than now. Every item in our store has been added to with
The Board adjourned until 1:30
: p. ( Success.IMPROVED new and up-to-date merchandise. We have a larger line than

m.Tuesday, 1:30 p. m., Dec. 2, 1913.
Board met pursuant to adjournment. ever for you to select from. We will give you more bargains in

REALESIKft QR l,. JAHSEN this store that it will pay you to give us a trial, as the dollars and '
Petition of J .W. Dann and A. R.
Kellogg, heretofore laid over under IMPROVED AWUianmoffiy jfOTARYbuBLIC{ cents are what you are looking after. It will pay you to visit our

the rules, called up. Upon motion ORLANDO
the petition granted, the road to be FLORIDA. store and seethe. offerings we have.
opened twenty feet wide.
l:'. The road leading from Ocoee to the

s Butner & Story place having been obstructed GROVE PROPERTY 3 Room house and 2 lots. $950. 1'1'
, by Mr. Dupee's fence, it is R. K llll Bargaill r mn Or1allo ll
{ hereby ordered that the superintendent i 5 Room house, 10 acres of land- Fine building lot on Concord ave
{. of roads and bridges have the about 500 Orange, Grapefruit and nue. $1250. ,

I fence removed. Tangerines, bearing trees good '
.' Communication of C. W. Smith in crop this year. Barn and other out 5 Acres, partly improved. $600. .. . . . . W8W . . . . . .. . . . . . . ..... . . .. '.
I;: respect to the condition of the road I
: known houses. Irrigating Plant. $4800. 40 Acres on lake. $35 per acre. -- -
as Virginia avenue, between ...
Marl road and the East Winter Park 80 Acres on lake. $25 per acre. The Cathedral School :
road. Subject matter referred to S Room house, bath, 2 fireplaces; fruittrees.

Messrs. Overstreet and superintendent $3500. Fine city residence, close in, all modern EAST CENTRAL AVENUE
Saturday Dec. 6th
of roads and bridges. conveniences. $8500. Orlando's Select Boarding and ,
James L. Giles appeared before the 5 Room cottage, nice lot, a few OrLots
from $100 to $5000. School For Girls
Board and agreed to donate the rightof I Day Sale
ange, trees. $1800. Special on Hats
way 30 feet wide of the road lead A special large city lot, fine location. Reopens Wednesday, October 1.
ing from Fairvilla and Orlando road Primary, Intermediate, and College
south to the Country Club road, then 10 Room house, furnished. $4500. $2000. Preparatory Grades. .

east through Giles' land to Reel Also Courses in Music, Art, Elocution I II
City and Suburban of all kinds. I
property From 7 8 P. 'M.
i. street, upon condition that said road Domestic Science, Physical Cul : to
be clayed from the railroad east to Warranty .Deeds and Abstracts with prop- ture.

the city limits on Reel street. Upon erties I offer. I Twelve specially trained Teachers. Silks at 60 Cents Per Yard
!. motion the offer of Mr. Giles was ac Individual attention. Loving care.
cepted. REV. RODERICK P. COBB, A. M,
Petition of Anderson P. Fudge, E. \ CARL JANSEN Principal MISSES HAULM & DUNN
E. White, Gust Jackson and Wm. T.
Champneys et al, asking that Wm.G. .
. Talton be appointed as one of the Real Estate Fire Insurance The Sentinel sells space on its Agents for- Barclay Corsets
bond trustees in re issuing $600,000 known guaranteed circulation. This
bond issue, received and read. Upon NOTARY PUBLIC paper is the one best medium in this McCall's Patternsr''K

motion no action taken. Office in Rock Building ORANGE AVE. Opposite San Juan Hotel I filed for the advertiser who wants to

(Continued on page 3) get before the public.

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A (paved From the highway-Gainesville from Pensacola Sun) .::I [ELECTRIC[ VACUUM L CLEANER[ [ W.lVI. SLEMONS

to Flomaton, Ala., a distance of 42 :

miles, is being planned.A :

went other returned party on game.a with of hunt*Titusville seven Thanksgiving fine people deer week who and :::' Have your room or house Our Ne fall boons Are No Coming in

cleaned without dust or troubleof

The Miami Metropolis says the :

Peoples bank of Miami, the youngest I moving furniture .
bank in that city, has the highest I
capitalization of'any bank in the
We sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co.
Magic City.DeLand's The Pierce Electric Co. send an Ex-
made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes.

new LaFrance fire truckis perienced man. Boys' Suits, "Lord.Baltimore" brand*. Elliott's Table Linen and Towels.
now in use. The truck is equippedwith
a 90 horsepower motor and is Pants and Over ills made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from II. B. Claflin & Co.
geared up to 60 miles an hour. It SEE THEM FOR TERMS
& Co. Best place in the city to trade.
cost the city $5,000.

F. D. Waite, manager of the Manatee -

which received Fruit netted returns company shipped over from$1, to a Palmetto car New This load.York, was has Qfgrapefruit The P1ERCE[ [ELECTRIC[ L ''llnc. W. :M. SLEMONSORANGE H

an early shipment. AVENUE

The Atlantic National bank in "i+a++Ut.t u..e.ate.o. I" J'tie 1'1 e'O ,. .o.IW+>H+>W ...!"" .L".
Jacksonville has absorbed the Fourth "IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIOltlll! ..t I QI'leettOS OI.

National bank and the assets and __ C 1.11 i I D.i I .i D I! j II e+t+H 0 I1IIH++t H+ tt4+H44KVH444**+4+44<*J*H-1
business of the Fourth will be turned o t44444444-H-H444-0444+IDII *

over to the Atlantic the latter part ONE SOLID WEEK MONDAY I

of the month. ISee Our Selection OfF ; STARTING 9 DEC 8 +

Reliable information has been received Special enjjagemen of the famous popular and always welcome v j

that the Seaboard Air Line P C. W. PARK DRAMATIC *
proposes to go into Fort Meade with F Wall Paper COMPANY

its tracks in the immediate future
provided, it can obtain a franchise I
from the city to lay its tracks on certain E IN THEIR MONSTER CANVAS COVERED THEATRE
streets.G. t

S All N ,- A Series of the Newest Cut This Out I The Biggest and Most
W. Hanson and party of Atlanta and best High-Class Perfect
have been down near DeLand on a C T Royalty Plays This Coupon will Admit Tent Theatre Equipped
hunting trip. Last Friday they were 0 GLADES[ AND STYLES T L[
hunting in a big hammock when they I Superior Up-to-date Vaudeville In Existence. A Carload Spe-
came across a bear, which was killed I Features Between the ne l U\\I fee cial Scenery and Novel
Acts of Each Play
by a member of the party. Bruin N Electrical Effect.
tipped the scales at 410 pounds. ESTIMATES FURNISHEDON Entire Change of Play|
The Biggest and Best Show
.. G G and Vaudeville You Ever Saw for Less
At the Episcopal church of St. An- : ALL Each Night. Monday Night i Dee 8 Than One Dollar

drews, in Tampa Sunday morning

well Bishop sermon W. Gray. his Breached parishioners his fare-following Interior and Exterior Decorating MONDAY NIGt.T...BIG HEARTED JIMSee

21 years of faithful service a? the Terrible
Explosion in the Third: Act-It is a Marvel of
bishop of south Florida. The! servicewas r
Mechanical and Electrical Ingenuity.
an impressive one throughout.

The Miami Electric Light; and Pow ,
\ er company is doubling its capacityby All lor One Price ol Admission 15 Cents to Everybody !
the addition of machinery ,
i f PHONE 268 Pine StreetniMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiHumiiii
Reserve Chairs Only 9c Extra
improvements costing over $40- ... LOCKHART LOT OPPOSITE A. C. L DEPOT

000, and when completed will place. .MIMMMMIMIMIMMIMI I Mii 'I"111811ItA
that plant among the best equippedin I --------w- -- -
1 to4 iiiiiiiiMimmiiiiiiMitiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiimibut AND DO ALL KINDS OF It is The Wise Guy Who MaRes
Gen. Bennett H..Young, command- .
er-in-chief of the United ConfederateVeterans' ] The Early Buy.
Itknocks T ITY
association, and a few mem- once :j

bers of his official family will be in It is less than four weeks to Christmas.
Jacksonville the latter part of the

week for the purpose of discussin S. You can probably find something to purchasethe
and fixing the date for the annual-reunion II
to be held there next spring. I RIGHT NOW we offer two propositions on TERMS OF $10 : L H. RAMSDELL night before Christmas, but, the choicest
I DOWN AND $10 PER MONTH. Every young man in I OPTOMETRIST
picking will-all
The Delray Progress says: "On Orlando should embrace this chance to begin or add to his : (Successor to Dr. 0. P. Likins) be gone. Now is the accepted

Wednesday afternoon Horace Hunt- : estate. ime. Now is the day of best selection and
er's fishing crew made one of the
I atisfaction. You will
largest hauls of Spanish mackerelever : SEMINOLE PARK LOTS - enjoy looking over

made in Delray, landing about : On the Map Before Seminole County :;+ our new books and hundreds of other gifts.

25,000 pounds of them in about four : Inside Lots $100. Corner Lots $125. ( HARPER ,

hours.shark that They weighed also in landed the neighbor-a large Money jnd six per cent interest back one year from the date DRS.WM.1(JOSEPHINE HARPEROSTEOPATHS W. S. BRANCH,

you complete purchase if dissatisfied.
hood of 750 pounds." j
The Arcade Book and Music SioreI'Th''A
' Oldest Established Practice In
Nathan Mattox, the 15yearoldson FIVE ACRE TRACTS Orlando
+ of Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Mattox, of Near lake Underhill. Finest grove land and finest grovesin > 19 W. Church Street, Up-Stairs '

St. Augustine, accidentally shot him- Orange County. Develop a grove on your monthly spare Consultation aminatiorr and free Ex- t ; t 'l
self with a shotgun Sunday morningand change. PRICE $50 PER ACRE. Timber practically pays '4MMIMMMMIMMIMIM3IG ;
lived only about 30 minutes after- for clearing. .
wards. The young boy was with his HOLIDAY EDITION
parents on a several days' hunt and t NO INTEREST-NO TAXES OF TilE SENTINEL Altamonte Springs, Florida

they were camping near the coast, a until you own the deed. The Sentinel will issue a big holiday I
few miles from Bunnell. Somethingwas edition on Sunday, December 14. 1TOW OPE1\]"'
the matter with the gun, and the ORLANDO REAL ESTATE CO. Solicitors will begin calling on advertisers :
boy was trying to fix it, when it discharged It is intended that : Most
Room 2. Watkins Block. ; today. beautiful spot in all Florida
a load of buckshot into his
: this; edition shall reflect the business : Nine miles\f from Orlando.
stomach. Young Mattox was very r till 11111 11111 III'11111 11111 11111 11111 11111 11111 Iii II activity of Orlando, and double the \ Every com-

popular in St. Augustine and was one .__ __ _______ _._ usual number of papers will be printed : fort and amusements, Golf, etc. Among
of the most brilliant pupils in the HMMMMMMMMMMMIIHOMIIMMMMIMHMMIM giving the advertiser the circulation I : the tall pines, between two lovely lakes.
high school there, and this fatal accident reach home in : Cusine and service first-class.
: necessary to every
saddens The Gem The
many Antiseptic Orlando and Orange county. ..
No better advertising medium than
MINUTES OF MEETING OF Barber Shop this special edition has ever been issued : GEO. E. BATES & SON, Proprietors

UP-TO-DATE EQUIPMENT ; will embody many Christmas fea .1111111111111111111811111111111111111111111111111" *
(Continued from page 2) tures of interest to all members of
Congress hydraulic enameled chairs, keen-edged implements, electric
Petition of Wm. G. Smith, T. R. massage and hair dryer. the household, and it will be read 1111111111111111111111111110111111111111111111111111.
Makin et al, for the improvement EXPERT WORKMEN from the first to the last page. If Morton H.
and Shoe-shining stand for Full line of tobaccos, merchant in Orlando wants to 1 Jones & Son
straightening of the road run ladies and gentlemen. cigars and cigarettes. any
ning east from Lake Fair View on reach the purchasing public, this is Bus Line :
the Orlando and Apopka road to Win- 122 NORTH ORANGE the one way to accomplish his desire,

ter Park, received: and laid over under MIMMMMM t HHHIMttMtlilllllittMMMtiMMIIMUIMtiMtmiMMIMHMIMHIIIMtHmMMMM and every merchant does. Therefore, "
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the rules. h we ;ally don't see how any Orlando
Upon motion Jas. H. Sadler and : merchant is going to escape taking WEST BOUND EAST BOUND
Wm. H. Reynolds and John B. Stein- : spa e in.the special edition. Read Down Read up
5c CRISPETTES 5c A. M. P.M. A. M.
metz were selected for appointmentas .. \ Orlando........ .. ....... ......6.30 3:00 9:30 6:00 P.M. '
trustees of county bonds for the Ocoee.' '. ...... ........,....... ...7:30 4:00 8:30 '
Those delicious Corn Crispettes are being Subscribe. for the'Sentinel.HfltllljHQiiMIIHMtM. Winter Garden............ . .. . .7:45 (l4.IS 8:15 5:00
issue of six hundred thousand dollarsof made, fresh every day, at The Crispette Oakland..... .... .. ......... .. .8:00 4:30 8:004:3o 4:45 i
county road bonds recently voted. Co's Store on W. Pine Street. .
The formal appointment of said bond +; Ocoee fare 5sc, Round trip $1 I; Winter:Garden 65c and JI.20; ''.
trustees to be made by resolution and "EVERYONE TASTES LIKE MORE" Automobile For Hire Oakland 750 and $1.40.In \1

their bonds fixed after the said bonds addition to carrying packages, we will do your shopping | ; !

shall have been issued. i New Five. Passenger Two sight-seeing trips-one at 10 fA. M. [and] one at I[IP. M. .l
THE CRISPETTE CO. around lakes Lucerne, Cherokee and Eola to Winter Park to Rtllins ,.I
i PHONE 419
College and the Seminole Hotel and back for 50 cents.UlllilMMMIIIIIIIIMIinilllllllllllllllliHftH.
Talking Machines. Let Warman fix 12.2-tf 26 W. ,PINE STREETHlllilliMtmiitlttllitllilHlllillilllimiiui ...,.:!
ti 'e"m on Court street. 11-27-tf tllimiliMllliMMMMu

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:i South Florida SentinelMORNING I :b Breakfast every morning except lion-
Mrs. Mabel Hilbush Stevens, a not-
lay at ten cents a week.
AND WEEKLY The business is here. Thousandsof Alderman James L Giles offered a The Rosalind Club rooms were open'! ed lecturer and Bible teacher, will

JftSIAH FERRIS. Editor and Owner. dollars will be spent for holiday resolution at last night's meeting yesterday for an informal reception,' speak at the Grand theater Sunday .

Entered at the postoffure at Orlando. rtorW gifts between now and December which was passed b),the city council which proved almost enjoyable affair. evening, December 7, Dr. Wray ,'ery'

l F i. Second Class Mail Matter. 24th. that the street superintendent, R. M. The guests were received by Miss graciously giving her his evening j<. . . . . . . . . .1111..1ULL

SUBSCRIPTION RATES The merchant that "goes after it" Bennett, be authorized to begin the Hart, Mrs. Goodrich, Miss Agnes Person hour. Mrs. Stevens is much sought \

THE DAILY SENTINEL the hardest and most intelligently is work of claying North Orange avenue Mrs. Hauselt.and Mrs. Lattnerthe after, as speaker, and Orlando is very I : fL R L CO1

One Year . .. ......... .. .. .$5.00 going to get "the lion's share. today from where the brick leaves off hospitality committee for the day fortunate in having an opportunity to I I
,The buying season is now on in to; the standpipe. Mr. Giles said the -and later served to hot chocolate, hear her. She has visited :
Six Months . . ... .. . ....... 2.50 recently CUT FLOWERSOUR
full blast and there is no time to cost would be small and it was the tea and cake. the Holy Land and her Bible talks :
: Three Months .... ....... .. .. 1.25 :
lose. Every day counts now. Take only way in which to put the street in No program was given, the visitors i are very interesting. I : SPECIALTY :
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1913. advantage of every opportunity to repair for the winter travel. This being free to form their own tables(']j While in Orlando Mrs. Stevens will I II ; Phone 2516) TAMPA, FlA. I
make this the banner month-of : conclusion was reached after wit- 1 '. IMMMHIHIIMIMttIMThe .
yourcareer. of bridge, or to engage in pleasant: be entertained at the hospitable home
The big bond issue for good roadsis nessing the efforts to wet and roll conversation with their friends. I of Mr. F. A. Curtis. I .

already bringing Orlando and Or- 1 Advertise much and often in the the street, as had been suggested at I I I I'I'I tilt $00000 Itt-i-H I010it4+ISupreffle

ange county much desirable publicity.It paper that goes home and is read by Tuesday night's meeting. Alderman SANITARY DRINKING FOUNTAT I I ,..
Warman and Retires
will be .worth much more than a the wives and daughters, the real Sims wanted the cost of this work Repairs Baby
I million to the town and county. gift buyers. The Daily Sentinel with charged up against the sewerage con- -PUBLIC SCHOOL I I Carriages on Court street. 12-5-tf I : Auto ml

o its great family of reading, welltodo tractors, saying that they had agreedto II
r health officer issues A sanitary drinking fount has been I Let The Daily Sentinel have : :
The state an subscribers offers every merchanta put the streets in as good repairas your ,
interesting treatise on "Night Air." priceless opportunity to make his they had found them. He declared installed at the public school building I next order for job printing. : : ,
at the direction of the i I
The public is suffering more from holiday advertising pay him hand that the contractors had torn city council : oil that has I
,, this being the second fount of the I
hot air. A bulletin on that subject somely. up the streets and had left them in a II
be kind to be installed, the other beingon I FINE YOUNG stood the supreme -
from the state board might more o terrible condition. Mr. Sims withdrew I
Orange in front of thePeople's
pertinent. THE BOARD OF HEALTH AND his motion to this effect upon being avenue test
bank. The work of installing
--o-- informed that the contractors -
Gen. Bliss is in command of the under bond to make good any damage I the-fount-was -done-by .-Wr-A. 'Grape fruit
-- -
Slauter. Grovet = THAT =
Amsterdam troops on the Mexican latest Board of Health Bulletin done the streets, and that this could --

border. Gen. Destruction is in com- contains reference to the cases of not be arrived at until the contractwas !
mand beyond.-Tampa completed I
rabies which have come to the noticeof
General Cussedness sits in the presi the board, and since one of the examinations For Sale i i'I' G Good Gulf Gasoline

dent's chair at the capitol. made was in a case sent COUNCIL APPROPRIATES sterling and reliable amusement J
o from Orlando the matter becomes of MONEY FOR BAND UNIFORMSCity organization has made many'I' Twenty acres with 1,000 bearing
The twelfth day of December is to visits to this city in the last twenty I
local interest. The bulletin
.. some trees, all in perfect condition,
be a red letter day for the childrenof says: council last night appropriated years, always presenting such high

Miami, for James Whitcomb Riley The rabies situation among animals $240 to pay for twenty uniforms for class entertainment that theater go- located on one of the new brick
will talk to them at the Woman's has been rather quiet until the latter the Orlando band. Mr. W. A. Star- ers look for and expect a great treat i P. G. WALTON, Agt.
club that day. The poet has been part of the month when we had a key, leader of the band, appeared be- whenever the Park Show comes to roads. Near town. Room to setout

ill, and the fact that he is well enoughto squirrel and a fox submitted for ex fore council and asked for the ap- town. They have never been disap 600 more trees and have a
appear in this public manner is amination. We found suggestive bodies propriation. He said the band had pointed. Their expectations have : PHONES 450-269

cause for gladness.The in both of these animals, but twenty-seven members enlisted, and been more than realized. There is a I nice building site left. Owner i
o had the with the natural attraction and charm abouta
kept compact coun- .11111111.11,1111111.,11.
neither definite
one was sufficiently tells us if sold in ten days that
Crystal River News says: "Mr. for a positive diagnosis and we have cil to give regular concerts, and that tented theater, especially so of C. I ---- --
Paul and wife made a good catch of accordingly made animal inoculations. good progress was being made by the W. Parks' pavilion, on which, he has $7,500 takes it. $3,000 cash, and
seventy bass Friday." It was Mr. We have had the unpleasant experience members. There was a disposition on spared no labor or expense to makeit I balance to suit. For this and Dr.
Peter who said, "I go a fishing," according however, of having another man the part of the members of council the most comfortable and best I

to our Bible, and Mr. Paul is die with hydrophobia. This man was to help in some measure, but Mr. equipped canvas covered opera house j i other grove bargains see

credited with being a first-class tent bitten some five or six weeks before Starkey expressed the fear that unless touring the Southern States. Don't Osteopathic Physician
maker, but perhaps it is not the same the symptoms appeared. The dog council did more than was at fail attend the opening performance a
man who is above referred to. was killed without sending the same first proposed that it woufd be some of their week's engagement next Cooper & Atha 132 Orange Avenue
time before the Monday night, December 8. "Big-
o to the laboratory. The band would be uni-
man, a patient -
\ It makes no difference whether you of Dr. George Walter, of this formed, and council capitulated and Hearted Jim," with five vaudeville 1 114 ORANGE AVENUE Next door to People's Bank,
agreed to the whole amount. features between the acts, will be the I I up-stairs. Acute and chronic -
are going after the $300 "free for all"purse city, was seen by me on the first day pay
or simply wish to get a 25 of his active symptoms. The most I attraction. (I Orlando, Florida diseases treated.Telephone .

cent premium for a pretty dishapronthat pronounced( feature of the case was BEGIN YOUR HOLIDAY
you know how to make, you the throat symptoms, difficulty in SHOPPING EARLYIt I Subscribe for the Sentinel. I 12-5-3m. I 578.El .

ought to begin right away to get an speech and some gastrointestinal dis-
exhibition ready for the big fair that turbances. This is the third succes- is such a sensible thing to do

will be held in Orlando early in 1914. sive case where men have been bitten your gift buying early. One has the
of whom have taken the advantage of selecting from our
o none
Pasteur treatment and all three stocks in their perfect fullness. Articles -
have nristrnas for His --tnB ao
The land shark is operating in Cal Majest
ifornia, and notices are being sent out died with definite symptoms of hy may be selected now and laid
drophobia. I have examined the aside for later delivery. One avoids
from that state for people .to be
sure all the rush and the crush of the
brains of two of these three and found days
. of what they are getting before they
just before Christmas and has the ad-
definite Negri bodies in both. It is
buy. The effect of all this is to lodgea .
remarkable that after all the preach- vantage of more leisurely and more
general distrust of real estate
proposition in,the state every, and the hon- : ing and persuasion which has come carefully selecting with a view to appropriateness Father and mother will supply the baby with enough

< est suffer along with those who are from the State Board of Health and and economy: "jimcracks1'-make your gift of a more permanent nature. *
Precious stones, watches, gold and
others in this vicinity that individualswho
not. The following suggestions are only a few of the many
are bitten by dogs do not at least jewelry, silver plate, flat silver -
o take the precaution to consult some silver novelties, china, cut glass, articles we are showing in a special baby display.

Seventeen years ago a Saratoga editor of the health officials in such mat- art leather and other kindred lines. ,
gave his wife 'several sealed en- ters.; A more detailed report will be EVANS, the Jeweler. Gold Rings for tiny ci 1 nn J I
velopes marked "Val able." The woman WiUU dllU Un'
made of this last case at a later date. fingers I |
was a trustful wife and rented a BUSY BEE SEWING CLUB r

safety deposit box, paying five dollars PEOPLE ALWAYS INTERESTED TO HOLD SALE MONDAY Lockets and Chains fljn nn |
a for it, and kept the en- (|
year The Busy Bee Sewing club, dllll
an organization -
for girl baby necks i Up
velopes until her husband's death, of little girls, will hold a i

whereupon she opened and found sale Monday afternoon on the Key- I
Most people are inwardly respon- Little gold pins for en J
them empty. Who but an editor'swife
stone lawn.between the hours of I 3
sive to the land, the house the
would ever suspect him of having little dresses uUL dill U] Ul
5 collect
farm appeal because the "home build- and to funds for the purchase |r
hidden wealth? of Christmas gifts for children
ing instinct" is the fourth strongestin -
, 0 our make-up. who might not otherwise have Silver Cups, $1.00 and up

Samuel Blythe sa.s"that Vice-Pres- Thinking, always a,visit from Santa Claus. The children i
prosperous people are Come make selections before the
prettiest piecesare
ident Marshall has simmered down interested in real estate and are going to sell things which your
after a brief period of public speech farm land announcements. And that's they have made themselves, and gone. We'll lay them aside if you are not ready to

making "soon after he assumed office why the Daily Sentinel takes such there is no doubt they will be wen take them.T.HIvans.

". to being the kind of a vice-president pride in the success of these classesof rewarded for their commendable ef
which is expected of all who hold advertising. There has almost forts. .

t that office. Blythe says, "At presenthe ceased to be a season when people

is admirably fulfilling the obligations haven't a real buying interest in home JOHNNY JONES LEAVES

of the vice-presidency, which I propositions-whether in the city, in FIVE CARS AT ORLANDO the Jeweler

consists of being seen publicly as lit the suburbs, or back to ,the land- Five cars of paraphernalia for the I

t tie as possible 'and of being heard particularly when made through the Johnny Jones Slows which will playin ,

publicly even less frequently than Sentinel's columns.All Orlando during the February fair, .
I that." ,of which explains why the Sen- were left at Orlando yesterday. The OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE

o tinel so successfully serves advertis- stuff will be unloaded and stored at.

William Diamond, a negro legally ers-not only in real estate, but the fair ground until it is needed.
throughout its classification.
electrocuted a few days ago at the every
New Jersey capital for murder, was Reader faith is synonymous with "TilE MINER'S SON" TONIGHT

reading a comic paper when the prison reader responsiveness-and reader The bill of the Cooke Comedy com- --.
informed him that the responsiveness spells paying results. ---.. .. --
chaplain pany at the Lucerne tonight will be --

k hour for his death had arrived. The the four-act comedy-drama, "The -
f only regret he showed was that he Subscribe for The Daily Sentinel. Miner's Son."

1 i. had not been allowed to finish the
Millinery Thanksgiving
jokes he was reading. When thq I
mask was adjusted he told the guards ,
F to "let 'er go." In this instance the SPECIAL I

r Biblical "Oh, death where is thy; : VVe have prepared some particularly attractive designs for

A. sting?" is aptly applicable. : Thanksgiving Millinery It's the time of the season when

;( Prof. F.county A. Hathaway superintendent has been appointed of- 1913 Metz Runabout t $$175OO 1 you will want to change your headwear and we know we can

t schools of Duval county, in place of' i I supply you with something decidedly different and attractive.

r}>: James Q. Palmer, resigned. Another'I I I
: man will be appointed at once to be Good Condition Your visit will be appreciated and your inspection is cor-

[ principal of the Duval high school in

r p Jacksonville, and Mr. Hathaway will dially invited

I assume the duties of his new office.
I Perhaps not the least important off 5 per cent given for cash on all Tires

f the former reasons may be mentioned I I I
L the fact that.his primary reputationas and Tubes. > "

I: an educator bears the label "Made ,
\ in Orlando." Prof. Hathaway's rise

in the educational ranks of Florida

t' has been steady and substantial. San Juan Garage Co.
f' Three words that describe the success ,
t of nearly all really useful and -
L eminent men, indicate 'the character- -
of Prof. Hathaway. All Night Service i
I J' character and industry are a combination -]

that will always win., '


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[ O likes uU' Homemade e I Messrs.A hunting B.FROM E. Miller party WEK1WA, George composed WOODS Denison of I ..LUCERNE BEST MADE FLORIDA CIGAR CIRCLE.. now tne UCKwortn Line

and J.1.. Freeman returned last
night from several days spent in the ; ; Sold by all dealers, 5 CentsUIIII.'II.I'IItt. ; j

CANDIESA vicinity of Wekiwa. They report . It Includes the most popular, most styl-

: good luck with smaller game and ish and the comfortable shoes for

good reason too They're pure, ;: bagged several turkeys. They sighted OCALA DISTRICT EPWORTII most

: deer, but they were not bucks, and
healthful. LEAGUE CONFERENCE and children
clean, fresh and : men, women ,
so they didn't dare to shoot, for fear

Made by our own experts, in our that it would be a dear shot. To Be Held in That City December :' It will supply every size-every leatherin

own modern and strictly clean can I Mrs. E. G. Duckworth and little son Friday Afternoon-General 12-lt, 1913 assem : the proper shoe for every occasion or

kitchen. I have returned from a visit to relatives
dy '
I bling. Opening session. Roll call of
: in Iontgomery. district. Led by Miss Eliza Wright, : use.NOW'S
Chocolates Bon Bons Fudges I time shod for the
Ocala district secretary, Orlando. a good to get

Nut Brittles and endless number of : Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Nye have moved I Friday Evening-Short consecration : coming winter weather.It's .

both hard and soft candies.BUTT'S : into their beautiful new home on East service, followed by first depart :

: Jackson street. ment round table. Led by Ocala Ep-I the proper time to select shoes. slip-

I worth League. President, Don Pea- : \
Mr. and Mrs. Yv. Bailey and Mr. body. I pers etc., for holiday giving.

: and Mrs. J. F. Lewis, of Centerville,
Saturday Morning-With the state :
: Pa., are pleasantly located at the and editor I
organizer League department -
KANnY KIICNEN[ : Keystone for the winter. Mrs. M. M. Little, Ocala. I

tIre and Mrs. John Martyn, of Saturday Afte'rnoon-With state third the third :' i E. G. DUCKWORTH, Feet Fitter i !

I. '. . department, by vicepresdent -
[ Miss Verdie Iris Haddock, Live
"The Home of Quality"MltMllllllllillMMMMMIIMMIIililHMMMMH Oak. The Style You Want in the Size You Need."

Saturday Evening-An hour with
social service methods, Manuel H. IMIMIMBMIMMMMiMtliMIMMMIIIIiMlimillMYESTERDAY'S

Jones, state second vice-president
Cash Registers. Warman fixes 'em I lampa. AT TilE SAN JUAN
on Court street 12-5-tf. Sunday Morning-Junior work and
WADE I sisterlIss annie a: Po. , organization, Mrs.Iarguerite S. The popular Grand theater management

THE TUNER Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Irving have Ala. Pyle, state junior superintendent, Milton Cohn, Troy, N. Y.; H. W. put over a splendid attrac-
ORLANDOFLA. Gainesville. Michael, Savannah; T. H. Coles, tion, "The Streets of New York"
turned from Westfield, N. J., and are
Mr. and BIrs.1V. W. So'uthgate, of Cleveland Miss Harris, Tampa N. last night. It was an advancement in
again at their home, 410 N. Orange' Sunday Afternoon-Cuba Mission ; ;
avenue. Mr. Irving had his car Fort Thomas, Ky., have arrived to rally service, led by State Secretary Hamilton, Atlanta; Mrs. Loren H. motion photography and a large well
; spend the winter* with their daughters pleased audience witnessed the
Green, Jacksonville Clyde Taylor magnificent -
Garfield Evans, Sutherland.
shipped down and hopes to have it in
Griffing Brothers' trees, roses 12-2-tf and .a few days. f I Ii Mrs. Benj. Drew and Mrs. N. P. Sunday Evening-Closing address, Jacksonville; J. K. Riggs, Baltimore; I film.CIVIC.
ornamental, give results. Yowell.
Arthur Lane Jacksonville II. P.
i --- IIi i Rev. 0. E. Rice, Southern College. ;

Your Xmas not complete without!! Tampa District Secretary E. A.Gallagher Barnett, Boston; F. P. Register, Tam- LE.ICUEOT1CE
Mr. Pete Johnson has gone down to Ii When contemplate getting
you mar Ward G. Foster ("Ask Mr. Foster"
I a fresh box of Huyler's Candy.; of Tampa expects to be pa; -
for the
Tampa to engineer a job ried first satisfy yourself that
Leave order at McElroy, the drug you present, and will present the claimsof ), New York; Martin Stanko and There will be a club meeting of the
.South Florida Foundry. the particular girl you have in mind wife Atlanta W. F. Newman Jacksonville
gist's, 30 years established. 12-4-4t: the Florida Christian Advocateand ; Civic League Saturday, December 6,
i,,is the only one you want. When you the Epworth Era, and inspire us ; J. B. Coarsey, Savannah; 1913, at 3 p. m., at the Tea and Rest

Take your repairing to Warman 12-5-tf on Mr. J. W. White is enjoying a visit see those Gatlin lots you will want with the workings of the Tampa dis- D. B. Thornton, Atlanta; B. N. Young, I t Room. The members will be called
Court street. them all. Jansen will fix it for
from his school chum, Mr. J. L. Sunday -I you trict, the banner district of the state. New York; H. C. Dorsey, Jacksonville i I upon to elect a first vice-president,

and Sarah Chapman of Quirky, Fla. Mr. Sunday is when your choice is made. tf Let us have a good attendance.TO ; H. II. Abrams, Tampa; S. J.i said officer having resigned from office -
Misses Amsley
i i successful farmer in Gadsden ;i Brown, Atlanta; C. Sanderson, Jacksonville and also to act on business pro
a coun-
have arrived from Georgia and are ,! :\ Anna Newkirk and daughter -
ty, but he is greatly pleased with I THE ORLANDO GIRLS AND ; C. 0. McLaughlin, Sanford; posed by the executive board. It is
their aunt, Mrs. V. B. Chapman Miss Florence
visiting arrived in Orlando
Frank T. Evans, Jacksonville E. W.
this section and invest. BOYS: ; hoped that all members will attend
on North Orange avenue. may last night from Asbury Park, N. Mays, Jacksonville Geo. H. Albin,
__ _- i, ; this meeting as there is strength in
:J., where they spent the summer, and Springfield, 0, J. B. Tuggle, Rich
Have secured the material for My Dear Little Friends: ; numbers, whether an active memberor
Call at MoElroy's Pharmacy for you ;will again their pretty home,
occupy mond Va. F. M. Jackson-
Razor blade will that :Evening Gown gets Then try If any of you fear you may not ; Knight, not Come. 12-4-3t
free Safety Starr ; 506 Magnolia.
the "Store of Satisfaction" then get a present at Christmas, I wish ville; Philip Wegg, Atlanta; 0. F.
fit Gem Jr. and Ever-ready razors. Duncan South Bend Ind. Geo. Nash
would write ; ,
they have everything in accessoriesto you me, giving me your Eat what wantEat
12-4-4t One's daily troubles you
seem magni Nash Elizabeth Nash
harmonize-they make a featureof name and address, and the kind of Mrs. Emily all you want.
this. It fied when your shoes are tight or ill- present you would like to have. I do Nash, Morrison, Pa.; Loren H. Green, Take a postscript and forget it.
Mr. and Mrs. C. D. McCain, of fitting-no need for this when the not wish to forget any of you Jacksonville; Karl Klaus, Klavicka; For sale by all druggists.

Cleveland, Ohio, are among the new- I!"Store of Satisfaction" sells "Ye OldeTyme" Address: T. E. King, Jacksonville; J. E. Lynes, lUO-d&w-lm
Mr. John B. of Jacksonville
Orlando for the winter. Coarsey,
comers in i Comfort Shoe for man and Boston.
They are located at the Melrose. was in Orlando last night in the(Woman. SANTA CLAUS, For trees see.W. II. Brokaw. Office -
interest of Lee Roy Myers, Savannah. Box 432, Orlando, Fla. Phone
--- opposite postoffice. 267.
See Gatlin before you buy a lot in Herman Cortez cigars are Mr. Coar- This section is now receiving some ARMORY s DANCE WAS 12-2-tf

,. any of the numerous suburbs of the sey's specialty, and as both are very I lof the rain which should have fallen "FIVE STEPS TO A HAPPY LIFE" PLEASANT EVENT

city. It is the prettiest and most at popular in this section he enjoys a during the summer and fall months. | HAND PAINTED CARDS

tractive spot within reach of Orlando lucrative trade. (Even at this late period it will be Will be Dr. Poulson's subject at the The dance given by the Orlando Appropriate cards for all occasions

tf 'of great benefit to the truck and fruit Baptist church next Sunday evening. Concert band at the armory last nightwas -menu, place cards, score cards, etc.
The prettiest home in the most Come early and get a good seat. At Also designs for book plates. Sam
farms. In many cases the truck well attended, and proved a most
attractive attracts tentive ushers at the ples on hand and orders taken at 112
surroundings always doors.
Warman Sells and Fixes Bicycles, farmers have been
obliged to wait pleasant affair. Grace St. Phone 608. Lu F. Halsted.
on Court street. 12-5-tf the most desirable buyer if one for these rains in order to plant: Mrs. Nutter will sing. .
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ever should decide to sell. A homeat their --
crops.-Daytona Gazette-News, .
Gatlin would always attract a de Eat what want. .1.1..1,1..1'11111111.11111'11.111111111'Anderson
Mr. Z. S. Boone, the clever representative 3rd. you
sirable'buyer. It would be half sold Eat all you want.
of Barnhardt & Spindler, the day your house is finished. Carl Take a postscript and forget it. Automatic ScaleIn
printers' supplies, with headquartersin A fine house in an undesirable sit- For sale by all druggists.
Jansen has the Gatlin lots for sale. tf
Washington, D. C., was"in Orlando uation never is satisfactory. There is ll-30-d&w-lm

yesterday calling on the trade. satisfaction even in a house of modest First Class'ConditionOil
The T. U. Mothers'
W. C.
meetingwill pretensions if the situation is right. FOR RENT-Seven room house, fur-
be held with Mrs. Styles at theJ. You will make no mistake if you put jiished. Apply 502 South Lake St.
decided what intendto
Have you you F. Watkins home on Lucerne Cir- that 12-4-tf Tank:
Mother? to Father-to house you are thinking of build-
give to -
cle this afternoon at 3 o'clock. This
ing for a home, on one of those de-
Sister?-to Brother? The "Store ofSatisfaction" I Subscribe for The Sentinel.MIIIMMMIIMIIIillll.
is a prayer meeting for the benefit ofa Daily Holds 100 Gallons
is in I sirable Gatlin lots that Jansen has for
helpful many ways shut-in and all interested in the W. sale.

-try them. It C. T. U. work are cordially invited to tf .
attend. The above are too small for our rap-

Mr. Frank A. Cook, advance agent EMBROIDERERS at Gardiner's Needlecraft WANTED at once 51 I I COAL WOOD COKE ;
id business and Had
for the Park Dramatic company, You will need to get a move on if North Orange avenue, opposite San.C I|! ; I CharcoaliTurpentine increasing we to
spent yesterday in Orlando advancinghis you intend to do much embroideringfor Juan hotel. It
them with 1 Will sell
show, which will be in this city Xmas presents. Boardman's -- - -- - -- : Chips : replace trger.
all next week, beginning Monday "Store of Satisfaction" carries a full
them low cash.
night. range of "Royal Society" Flosses: ; ; Fence Posts

also a splendid assortment of packet Flowers

Buy your Garden and Flower Seed goods. It ROSES, VIOLETS, Orlando l Wood Yard : ..

from McElroy Pharmacy Orlando,
Fla. They have been in the business Order grapefruit and orange trees CARNATIONS, PANSIES, ! B. W. KINGSIEY, Proprietor I, THE SANITARY GROCERY

30 years. Write or call for prices. now. W. H. Brokaw, salesman. i Phonr 344 104 W. Pine St.'IIIIIIIIIIIII'I'IIII'I'. ',
4-3t 122tfmilltlllllllllilllliMMMMMilMIIIMIHIItM : POTTED PLANTS }: CARUTHERS & GORE

- Phone 200 6 & 8 Pine Street.
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i :: Grand Theatre :i iI $25 MMMHMMtllimMHIl buys a mighty:) 'oodsuit

It's not best because it's largest in

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: l MOTION PICTURES : :: it's best. There are six Fords sold

01 to one 01 any other car. 'Twould HART SCHAFFNER & MARX

: Pictures Changed Daily. : are emphasizing $25 suits. You can
I be bard to find a more convincingreason
exped real value at this figure.

) MUSIC Furnished Regularly : ::' why yon should own one. Blues, grays and mixtures. You can < j

them at $20 $30 we recom-'
; have or ; ;

: :: By NEWELL'S ORCHESTRA :: I ; mend the $25 soils.SCRUGGS .

I. Six Touring Cars will arrive next. I

:: FIRST SHOW < < 7:15 P.M .I. week. Place your order now.* ... .. , . .. . . . . . . . ..
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:: SECOND SHOW, / 845: P.M :

.,1' _- F. G. RUSH, i

I'"I I Phone 226 & DICKSON I

: :: Admission 5 and 10 cents : ::

, :: This store is the home of Hart Schatfner & Marx clothesf .
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GRANDMA SAYS: PEOPLE'S WANTS west of Orlando, on S. A. L. R. R., at WANTED-Position as dairyman; "II""II"I'I"'I""I".tl"'II"'I"'I" ffrt

],,Fairvilla Station, on Lake Fairview; several years' experience; by mar-
That lake front near station; young grape- ried Call address L. H.
it is man. on or
not what
a man earns
that !fruit and orange grove; land about Jarrett, 205 West Pine St. 11-29-tf New Goods Arriving Daily Latest:
counts, but what he doesn't giveto MUNNIM AKERS ;:half citrus fruit and half vegetable; ----

his wife he thinks doesn't count. Notices of Lost, Wanted. For Sale. For 8-room house, barn; ideal winter LOST-A gold watch chain, be- t
. Rent, etc., for this column, roc; for one day, home, right near Country Club. Ad- Patterns in
5Oc fr three days, or 75c for one week for tween Bank and Trust Co. and S. F.
That 25 words or less. Money must accompany ''dress W. T. Chapman, owner, R. F. D. Foundry. Return to Sentinel and receive -
one reason why so many the advertisements fer this column as no j No. 2, Orlando. ll-27-lm-d&w reward. 12-4-3t
"leave the farm" is because they try insertions will be made'on credit.
Ladies Dress Goods
to "ape" city ways, lose the farm and I ARTISTIC Photography for Xmas ,

have to leave it. FOR SAL FOR REX1 now. The Evans Parlors, one block Men Women Gulden's
I north of Court house. Phone 125. .

That Grandma advises people to do FOR form.SALE-Acme 405 South Lake adjustable St. 12-l-6t dress I NEATLY FURNISHED ROOM, for 11-26-tf < Muslin] and Knit Underwear
. quiet couple; breakfast if desired;
' their Christmas shopping early, but FOR SALE-A good horse. Gus C.j i private family. 202 E. Robinson Ave. I LOST-r-Silver Shrine pin, size of half !

also admonishes them not to buy Schultz, Formosa, Fla. 12-2-lm | dollar; also an old fashioned gold :

more than they can pay for later on. HOUSE FOR RENT on the east end bar pin with mosaic setting. Return School Suits I
FOR SALE-House and lot; also lots! of Lake Ivanhoe, furnished or un- to Sentinel office and receive reward. Boys
on Broadway, Amelia avenue and j!furnished. 12-3-3t ll-28-6t :
fellow down from
That young was Mrs. Norman Robinson .
Summerlin street.
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Sanford again Sunday night and they , 301 Concord avenue. 11-27-1m :FOR RENT-To one or two young WANTED-Work by four reliable :

I say the'climax will be reached about i i men of good habits, pleasant front men. Will accept positions together McCULLOCH'SDEPARTMENT !

10 o'clock Christmas morning. FOR SALE-Anything in Florida room in refined family. Address A. B., or otherwise. Experienced and :
Real Estate. Orange County Realty |:'care Sentinel. 11301wI can give best of reference. Address

vi Company. 1112.1m M. N. 0., Sentinel office. 12-5-3t
That some persons who are now I I I I FOR RENT-New furnished rooms in ---- - |. STOR]

planning weddings to be "pulled off" FOR SALE-Anything in Florida I new'modern home; every convenience STOLEN-One Columbia chainless

in 1914 will have to step lively or Real Estate. Orange County Realty |.I ; kitchenette if desired; reason- bicycle, 1901 model, spring frame. .
Company. ll-12.1m able. 14 E. Amelia avenue, next doorto $3 reward for information as to its :
beat them to it. ,
some persons may the Wyoming. 12-4-lwk
FOR SALE OR RENT-House, six whereabouts; $5 additional reward if I
rooms and batH; all improvements; I j-: ---t --- or- evidence to convict thief is furnished. : Next Door to Evan's Jewelry Store
FOR RENT Well furnished
That will talk. If rooms F. N. ,
some people I i on East South street. Apply J. G. for Boardman, city.
light housekeeping; bath, hot
they can't find out anything about Manuel, city. 12-1-lwk and cold water; electric lights and H+M II 8 I . e I a I 0 I1II H-W I I e H-+!MM.u their neighbors they will go into ter- I i telephone; close in. 312 N. Main St.
ritory where they are not known and ; 12-1-lwk
; new mechanical condition; $575 cash,

try to start something.That I or equity in city lots. Box 733, city. TO LET-Six-room house, C03 W.

12-4-41 Amelia avenue; reasonable.. Also, .,."- .
a wise lady in one 5-room house, with bath, for sale . ,,' Ai'
very young
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FOR SALE-A large bungalow and for $1600; new. Inquire owner, on .;,,,/ i\\s
Orlando inquires of Grandma whether ; \ ,
lot North Price
I on Orange avenue. adjoining property. 11-28-Gt
a nagging wife drives a man to reasonable. Address or call on Rolla ------ --- I WANTED-Everybody to know that 'i/I" !I HOT WATLR1

drink, or his drinking makes her nag? .Reel at the Steam Laundry. 11.19tfDON'T FOR RENT-Large room, with two now is the time to plant citrus' ./@ '',;,>..'.JI }
beds; suitable for two gentlemen; l trees, rose bushes, and plants of all v ;
[ Gee whiz! Which was first, the DELAY but Xmas .'
get your also front room with use of kitchenif ,kinds, and that I have t of' f
a very large ? :f. WHEN
chicken the ? Also how old Photos at the Evans Parlors, I ,! ""
i' or egg now V
desired, with private family. 302 and varied stock of the best varieties."Bill" 0- } t--r"r
block north of court house. Phone .-.\ < -
one 1
I is Ann? ro' \ : -:: u
North Orange Ave. 11-30-Ct 406 South
125. ll-2G-tf Speer, Hughey St. i "j-'; j ,'-' \ -
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IN IDLE nouns FOR SALE-New, inexpensive, mod- FOR RENT-Furnished house, ten j : jl? L \I"lI@'V@1 ..lP t./ f? YOU
oroms and sleeping porch centrally ,
bath ern and two-story sleeping house porch.; five Apply rooms 207, located; suitable for either; one or WHY PAY exorbitant rent or board? l l'l\1' f"" \11"/ ) : fi

Hot air is often the only weapon America street. 11-19-lm two families. Address F. G. Rush, Why not buy a little home? Buy :' "I 1 ..' \ :',
City. 11-26-tf it of the owner and save the agent's'commission. ; \ ... TIT
i! of the cool creditor. FOR SALE-New residence, 409 An- - Address B., Box 178. j( 1,I //J fX' I.. I,l''!r-, J:] l ,"'m "- =.."... _

f 1 derson street. Terms, half down, ;ROOMS FOR RENT for light house- 1130lm. I li f i (M1'1:,' ,,\\ \. -'},) '-:' ..,:
; Not only is a good wife a man's balance two years time. Inquire on witH! I 1. (" 1''' '----- ...-
keeping, .! I \ .........: ;. . __.. DOSSIBLYyouJL
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t better half, but often his better all. premises afternoons, or E. H. Gore, ;E. Pine street. 12-3-lm WANTED-To exchange a vacant lot : '\ ? t\ : : -
Caruthers & Gore Sanitary Grocery on Concord avenue, Orlando, for a. \, ( -- do not know
4 t 6,and 8 E. Pine St. 11-29-lm FOR RENT-Large, well furnished I five-passenger car, Ford or Overland Iltl'Iltl'h hr\', J1\ ; r that an unlimited

Even a blind man can see the faultsof -i room to persons wishing suburban preferred, 1913 or 1914 model; must \!I \ \\,\ \M, .\\1\I ., ,'/, fri'I / supply of hot
others easier than his own. FOR SALE ;accommodations; also 2 acres good I' in A-No. condition. J. 0. Evans,' :hl1 ,
t ti"l 1
. Five-room bungalow, with bath and truck land, close in. Good opportu- Maitland, Fla.. 11-30-tf,II f. water-hot water

When a fellow has money to burn sleeping porch. 506 Lexington St.,' nity for right person. Address "A," i i ii when you want it-hot as long, as you want it-is .
E Concord Park. Lot 67x230 feet. | Sentinel. 9-8tf Gatlin is two miles from the corporate -I
there are always many applicants for II 1211mo. | limits of Orlando, or 31-2 now inexpensively obtained without any further

the job of fireman. miles from the court house. It is rec- thought than you give to turning on
. FOR SALE I i MISCELLANEOUS ognized as Orlando's most pictur-
. or off the gas light. Unless have
Some of the busiest men in the Four lots, with small stone house,!! esque suburb, and most desirable for you
with bearing orange and grapefruits' suburban residences. No lot for sale seen or heard about the wonderful
l world are those who succeed in escaping trees. No. 9 Hill St., east of Lake i]EVERYTHING NEW for Xmas at save to a purchaser who will build on
;. being worked. the Evans Parlors, No. 100 North it. No lot to sold Ruud
Eola, half block from Central avenue. ue to undesirable AutomaticGas Ii
Main. Phone 125. 1-26-tf
t 11-28 j parties. A provision will be insertedin Ss?
each deed forfeiting the title if
[ Nearly everybody has a different FOUND-A large pocket book. Val- Water Heaterthis
FOR SALE i intoxicants are ever sold on the
t view about doctors except the fellow j uable to owner. Apply this office.
grounds. It must be clean
: a com-
House and at Fair Villa, 13 ,
grove 12-4-3t sounds like a pretty big claim but like
who has succumbed to his disease. munity or no community. See Carl
of which three i
acres acres are young i all ingenious deuces, it is extremely simple.
Jansen for prices, conditions terms.
budded grapefruit; borders lake; LOST-A small red book, memoran- or The Ruud is usually installed in the base.
: Most men are sincere-in their house of 8 rooms; good barn; attract-j dum. Finder leave at this office 11.29-tf ment, to the ordinary house piping. The < = 1 D r

! lofty opinions of themselves. ive winter home. Apply at this office i\and receive reward. 12-3-3t mere act of turning on any hot water faucet --
11-15-lra / i, TIlE PRACTICAL AND APPRE- starts the heater in operation. The wateris
WANTED second-hand buckboard heated instantly-pure, unlimited hot .
Tampa shipped to other cities and I FOR SALE-New modern five-room i,1 or light spring wagon. Caruthers water, fit to drink as it is to bath in. Closing
" cottage; 10 minutes walk from the faucet turns off the gas in the heater- ,
sections of the country last week of postoffice, and in rapidly growing & Gore. 12-3-3t Let it be "Lasts-a-Lifetime" Fur- without a moment's waste of fuel. ,

the products of her cigar factories, section. Small payment and easy !LOST-Last Thursday, one oil lamp,I niture from this good store. See the Ruud Operated at the Gas Office 1
terms. Also, fine lot, $150'cash
at value corner j
8,450,000 cigars of
a $718- on Winter Park road.
For all the 'round
balance on terms. Address Orlando.I I year appreciationand
; 450. Up to November 22, a total of easy i returned to H. T. Lattner,
A. B., care Sentinel. 1-30-lw service, no gift equals furniture.

251,640,000 cigars had been shipped I FOR SALE-I have two hundred I 1 1 12-5-St This store is crowded with suitable Orlando Water & Light CompanyGAS
' out of Tampa during the year 1913.- I Artistic photographs for Xmas at
; strands of well seasoned pine,most- gift furniture and you will find the
the Evans Parlors No. 100 N. Main.
Note in Times-Union. ,
timber. I will deliver full
I ly large Phone 25. lM5-tf usual Lower Kincaid & Snowden DEPARTMENT
I trands in Orlando at $2.25. Write, I prices very much in evidence. Opena
1 me, R. F. D. 1, or leave order with
-I' Dickson & Ives. J. W. Gaines. FINE SPORT FISHING at Oakland,II charge account here, buy Christmas

erinary surgeon, located at T. J. 12-3-lwk Fla. Motor boats and fish boats furniture now and take advantage of
i. for rent by Paul Rhodey. Phone orders
Mathers' livery stable. Phone 14. [ our easy divided payments.KINCAID .
FOR SALE to A. J. Willis & Co.'s store. ,
1113tf. 43 acres, located three miles north- 11201m. & SNOWDEN.

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want to thank our friends for their liberal patronage

during our great Stock Reducing Sale and assure all that

your patronage has been thoroughly appreciated.

It has been our purpose to serve the people of ORANGE

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

goods at the lowest prices consistent for good merchandise.

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

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

satisfactorily than in the past. .

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

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

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

uine bargains on every item in our store

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Core Main and Pine Streets Orlando, Florida

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

meals. Price 35 cents.


of Tomato Soup

Pickles Lettuce

Irish Stew

Baked Chicken Pie

Mashed Potatoes

Model 43 Chassis: Five-passenger touring car. Wheel base is 116 inches; double drop frame. Steamed Rice. Creamed Onions
Motor 41.4x51.4; four cylinders, cast in paIrs; unit power plant; cone clutch; selective type transmis- Beet Salad
sion; German silver "V" shaped radIator, square ti,. type; Stromberg carburetor; full floating rear
axle: New Departure bearings; tires, 35x41.2; Improved Deleo electric starting, lighting and ignition Southern Corn Bread
system. Gasoline capacity, 21 gallons, tank earned at rear, pressure feed; Standard demountable rims
10 inch upholstering; nickel trimmings; body, steel; colors: blue or gray, black running gear. Prices Vanilla I Ice Cream Assorted Cake
fully equipped: Touring car, $1,875 delivered. Other models $1,150 to $3,000.


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all the beautiful sentiments in the upon decision of character than upon
less than single lovely the possession of what is. called
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Lakeland and Tampa will be rebuilt. Bicycles. Warman fixes 'em on facilities-or too small for our con-
A hard rock ballast will be laid in Court street. 11-27-tf I'sideration. The Sentinel. Phone 24.
the next few weeks between Plant .
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The Pensacola Journal says: "Cot-! Property
ton, naval stores, coal tar pitch, cottonseed ElectricityGas
timber of from I
cake export ; Containing 15 acres, located on lake, good Seven Room
Pensacola during the past month and
at the close of business yesterdaythe I House. Crop estimated this year $2,500.00; within one Water Ice
records in the customs house
mile 01! city limits.
value of all
showed that the total ,
exports from Pensacola for the monthof i
Office No. 18 West Central Avenue
November was $4,123,145. It wasa ,
banner month for cotton exports, REAL ESTATE BOUGHT AND SOLD.
the total shipments of the staple con- Telephone No. 6 I
sisting of 47,181 square bales, valuedat
$3,218,016. BRITTAIN & WAY

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An elegant residence on plot 75x123 facing Lake Eola with or- Five lots on Ruth Avenue, between Broadway and Lockhart

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

kitchen and bathroom included, garage and summer kitchen. The

house is in first-class condition and can be bought with or without
One lot 66x138 on Livingston Avenue, between and
furniture but must be seen to be apprecla t dr'd e commodious
verandas, partly I screened. Lockhart A.., second block from Magnolia.Five .

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

and bathroom included in a A-No.1 condition on a plot 60x130 with 60x150 or by 310. All sidewalks laid on all the properities.

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

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

Four lots 60x150 on East Central Avenue, facing Lake Eola, in your earliest convenience as all this property must be sold at an
one of Orlando's best locations. early date. '

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Last night's lecture on Confessionwas

without doubt the most interest- --- .
ing of the entire week at the Catholic -=
church. As has been the invariable : 0Tr 7'; ...
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custom Father Devery took his text ( ,..'Jt( 6J (.(,a '( J

last night from the non-Catholic ver-

sion of the Bible, John 20:19-23, 'O,, ''' .
1 dwelling especially upon the words of .1 t\J.t.L': (,"-J"l' -)

the Lord: "Whose sins you shall remit =
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they are remitted, and whose sins :

you shall retain they are retained." i sly enforcement of lay/ and order thro'
In the light of this text the speaker -
THESTATE developed his subject along the force of arms.

'I following lines:
"First, If human language means : TiJ JE MUM: :

BANK. anything, these words gave the apos- L 3y experimental stations, and free reportsof
tles, who were men, power to forgivesin.
= their discoveries.
"Second, That power was not to die

with the apostles, but was to'be L- 1IlE II'tJ'l"URE :

of Orlando transmitted to the Church of God for-
tty compulsory education and conservationof
ever. For it is a power that has to do = ,
with the sanctification and salvationof natural resources.

t. 1893 souls and every such power givento == =

the apostles was to last in their TJfi, FINANCE : .
t successors to the end of time. I

LONG ESTABLISHED "The power to baptize and the power : By direct supervision of specific anks and
SAFE to preach did not die with the = only those ranks are pcrmittDd to I>e called
apostles. Neither then did the powerto

CONSERVATIVEACCOMMODATING forgive sin, which was given by "National" banks and to keep government

the same Christ, to the same apostles funds
on deposit.Q .
for the same end.

"Third, That power implies, neces- > f J

sarily, the confession of sins. For the =-==-

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give. Now it is absolutely impossible -
that they should know which of H

these two alternatives to exercise un- to
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them. In other words, without

i confession that solemn conferring of 1

an extraordinary power becomes

k.t i_>_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ . . . .. .... . . . . . _ _ _ _ _ _ meaningless and worthless. is a pleasure to serve YOII."
... .. . . . . . . .. . .. .. . . . . . . . . . . .111.. "But how can MAN forgive sin?

This is the great objection to confes- II. .Il
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sion. Sin is a transgression of God'slaw -3il "' : : u I'' II't :i" I'::1 , f!'I"",",, I"i, ;i "I." .: '''I '4." i.' ". 'I ' .' : I r"I .i;"I" ''I'''I '
WINTER PICKPOCKETS CIVIL SERVICE SYSTEM :'; Iii: ; ":, .' l '. '::I. :. '. ,' ;. : ', : '.:::''i ': ". ' .,' '; .: ,, :," '''.'':'. .
t. and only God has the right and : / ;: ': ,:: 1 ,; : I I : ::: ; i .
the to forgive, is the main
f. St. Petersburg, Dec. 4.-Evidence Juarez, Dec. 4.-While looting by power -'- .
tention of non-Catholics to the institution -
of hauls made by pickpockets here isolated, bands or confiscation of prop 111"'IIIIII'II'I'I I"III' ' ' .
of confession. The is .
i last winter was found here yesterday erty by the Mexican rebels may con- answer " " " 1111"
simple and direct: Man can for-
t when five pocketbooks, all stripped off tinue, the days of fighting in northern : very ;
give sin-not indeed in his own
money, or anything that could be Mexico are numbered, so far as !
name, or by his own power, but in YOWELL'e
converted into money, were located the rebellion is concerned, accordingto
the name of God and by the powerof
I r under the stairway in a closet in the expressions made by rebel leaders
Christ. The Apostles were men,
''t Casino at Gulfport. Pickpockets! today. Gen. Francisco Villa's asser.
were known to be operating on the' tion that there was not much more to and Christ, who was God, gave them ::
f. the to forgive sin, just as He
street cars and boats at one time last fight for in the north because of the power
winter and it is believed that the bankrupt condition of the federal gave them power to preach and to R val al
i baptize. To say that no man can 1tpeno e U m :1
thieves hid these pocketbooks in the 'army which caused it to evacuate so
forgive sin, after Christ said to His
Casino after taking the money. In important a city as Chihuahua has :
Apostles 'whosoever's sins ye remit
l r one book which was marked Austin spread among the federals.
they are remitted, is to contradict
t E. Heddon, Verona, N. J., were found What most immediately concerns I
Christ, to deny His divinity. II
notes amounting to $965 given to the so-called constitutionalist partynow
f Heddon by Edward C. Schmid. is the elaboration of its civil gov- "That the Apostles had the powerto Monday Dec. 1st j :

ernment. This embraces a more sys- forgive sin can not be questionedby ,
one who believes Christ to be God .
; SUPREME COURT INSESSION tematized customs to be enforced ; .
r- ; NO RULINGS along the border. The rebels hold all that they handed down this power to and lasts 30 "
their successors, just as they contin- days : :
e the important border towns except
ued the to preach and baptize .",
I Tallahassee, Dec. 4.The supreme Neuvo Laredo and Piedras Negras, power
is a matter of historical record."
court was in session today but practically opposite Eagle Pass.
the whole- day was taken up There remains also to be put in Father Devery's subject tonightwill
I be the Eucharist, and the Every article in this mammoth j
among (
r in hearing arguments in cases before I force a uniform currency system, for
will be the
questions concerning
it. No opinions were filed. The now rebel and federal currency are in
I Spanish Inquisition, which was, by reduced ::
three following cases were up for conflict, one kind being acceptable in :
request of the questioner, kept over
oral argument: Ferguson vs. Mac- one place and another kind in an
from last .
Donald, habeas corpus from Dade other. Rebel postage stamps already

county, Attorney James T. Sanders are in use. Many governors and AT THE FAVORITEOn Don't fail to see the Aero-Plane Ascension i

appeared for MacDonald; Mack Doug- state officials are to be selected.

.. lass vs. E. L. Smith, sheriff of Volu- The settlement of the civil ques- Friday and Saturday, December it will play day next week i
5 and 6 wonderful four-reel Indian : every
sia county, habeas corpus; A. Guera tions is one reason why Villa has i a ,

et al. vs. A. Vistal et al, J. T. Watson asked Gen. Carranza to meet him at feature will be shown. A triumphin

appeared for the appellants and Chihuahua. Sylvestera Terrazas, a motion photograph The Indian the weather permitting, from the top ofBuhlthllg :

T. M. Shackelford, Jr., for the appel newspaper editor in Chihuahua, whois players present their passion play,
lees. not related to the wealthy Terrazas "Hiawatha." Produced under the direction
family, has been selected for. of Mr. F. E. Moore. One hun- I lilnTTT \/mrrn m-i '

brought Chicago$1,000,000,a Dec.condition CHICAGO 4.-Fog here and FOG smoke which governor leave to of civil Carranza the government state.the Villa task, devoting expectsto of establishing -I dred dians magnificent scenes to whom, spectacle two the hundred performance enacted is In-as A j'j'T 111! lI- rt Hi CO I i i. i iI' .

solemn as the Passion Play is to the
himself to the military campaign
caused much delay and damage to I
street traffic. It was the eighth con- southwards toward Mexico City. I peasant actors of Oberammergau.Some ;; Everybody welcome. I
facts the production:
secutive day without sun. Eight per- I'
The characters are all Indians. The
sons were bruised or cut by flying REBELS REPORTED TO HAVE -.
pictures were taken on Indian reser- .
glass when West Chicago avenue GAINED ANOTHER VICTORY
vations. The costumes and customsare
street cars crashed. The fog was re- Laredo, Tex., Dec. 4.-A report has
sponsible. been received here tonight that absolutely correct. The produc-
a tion is endorsed by the American Museum -
Money loss by electric induction, twenty-four hour battle has been raging of Natural History and the N. P. YOWELL'

interference with all kinds of outdoor at Tula, and as a result 220 fed-
American Scenic and Historic Preser-
and construction work and delay to eral soldiers have been killed. The
vation Society. The
press pronouncesit
traffic is estimated at more than one rebels are pressing the battle to-
million dollars. night. i the only true picture of Indian life .1"MMHiHilMIIIMMUM IIIIIIIIIII'II'III'III'III'I'II'II'I""III'I""II".I..I.I'.I" . . . " " " " "" ". ."'I. .' '''
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historic value as the reproduction by 0:11:1'

ml LRHUPMOBILESSTANDARD [ the printing press of the Declarationof .

Independence. Parents should take

their children. Children will take

their parents.

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