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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 6, 1913
Daily (except Monday)
normalized irregular
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Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
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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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have been made for: Dallas, Tex., Dec. 5.-With twenty

the Elks' memorial service to be held additional deaths through drowning,I

WITH HIS FAMILY TO at the Orland oopera house at 3 and with hundreds of persons hang ESTIMATED THAT NEARLY ONE-

MANY DEATHS PROBABLEMOST I I SPEND TilE WINTER IN ,o'clock Sunday afternoon. ing to tree tops and upon the roofs I HALF OF CROP HAS BEEN MAY TURN REPUBLICAN

I'I'I : Interesting exercises, to which the of wrecked houses, and with terrific .
I I public is invited, will make up the rain, hail, snow and sleet beating i
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I program in memory of the "absent down upon them, the conditions in the I
TERRIFIC STORM KNOWN I General Manager George Nash of ; The Orange county citrus sub-ex- FROM XEmLxn! PIT
brothers, the number having dou- Texas flood district are growing rap-
IN YEARS IS STILL RAGING I I the Pittsburg Steel company, arrived: bled during the last year; there were idly worse. I change is shipping but little fruit,and HIMSELF IN OPPOSITION TO

in Orlando yesterday to spend the all of that orders. The
nearly on ex-
AND BRINGS SUFFERING seven before, but the total has grownto Those who are clinging to frail LEADER BY FIGHT ON
!winter. He is accompanied by Mrs. I change is holding back until the mar-
TO MANY CITIES fourteen, those mourned by Orlando supports are expected to succumb to CURRENCY BILL
I Nash and his daughters, Misses Eliza- \ kets gets better. The recent glut has .
| Lodge No. 1070 being as follows: the exposure and hunger, as it is impossible -
abeth and Emily. They are stopping resulted in low prices, and the exchange -
Denver, Dec. 5.-The state of Colo- Oscar Isaacson, R. M. Hudson, 0. for help to reach them in. Washington, Dec. 5.-That Senator
for the time at the San Juan. I to protect its mem-
rado is isolated by a snow storm J. DeLoach, J. T. Turner, G. R. Hall, time to effect their rescue. proposes Gilbert M. Hitchcock, of Nebraska,
Mr. Nash is immensely pleased bers until better
} by holding prices
W. J. Campin, W. L. Palmer W. E. United States boats who has been
which has been raging since Monday.The I' ': life saving one of the chief "buck-
with Orlando, and looked his pleasure control.Mr. .
snow tonight is 44 inches deepin I Shine, Jerome Palmer, Walter Smith, left Galveston on a special train this ers" against the administration tariff
when he said that everything suited A. B. Johnson, of the
Denver, and there is no sign of a ,|Jas. H. Kirkwood, E. E. Rodenbaugh, afternoon for Bryant and Marlin, manager and currency bills, is preparing t<,
him and he' was wonderfully sur- j sub-exchange, stated yesterday that
let up, as the storm continues una- ]! George Wright, Isaac A. Hopper. where the suffering has been great bolt the Democratic party is a report
I prised at the beauty of the foliage ] he believed the Florida crop would be
bated. j i The order of exercises will be: :est. generally circulated and generally believed -
and the balminess of the air. He said j much shorter than had been previously -
Never in the history of the Rocky "My Country, 'Tis of Thee"-Au- I Life savers are doing their best to among his colleagues in the upper -
he was feeling well but was in need I estimated. lie placed the outside
mountains has any snowfall equaledthe dience. i rescue the marooned, but as the flood branch of congress.It .
of a rest. It is "but recently that he estimate at 6,500,000 boxes. The estimates -
present one. Ritualistic Service-Lodge. I j district is about the size of the state has created consternation among
was promoted to the general mana- I heretofore have run in the
Traffic of all kinds is suspended. Music. !of Maine it is difficult for them to-do the Democratic members of the senate -
gership of the company and has been I neighborhood of eight million boxes.
Trains are stalled all over the state. Roll Call-Secretary. (much in comparison to the needswhich whose majority is very narrowat
burdened with the details of the mill I Mr. Johnson doesn't expect to see the
Only one train arrived at Denver to- I "The Lord Is My Light"-Mr. I exist. the best, and who are hanging onto
operation until he assumed his new grapefruit to run over half a
day, and it was several hours late. Drennen. The thirtJ -mile levee at Bryant power by the eyebrows, as it were.
position. It is the first chance he has I ,million boxes. Already nearly three
dead I Ii Eulogy-J. )1 Cheney. went down this afternoon fear
Street cars have been standing : flooding They it means that from this
had to take a rest in a long while I million boxes of fruit have been
in the streets for many hours. I Music. three additional counties, and destroying -, time forth Hitchcock will be a thornin
and he said he proposed to make the shipped. If Mr. Johnson's estimate is
Conditions in Colorado Springs, Oration-Dr. John W. Stagg.Music. I millions of property. Three the flesh of the majority and will
best of it. And he made the best ofit correct this means that nearly one-
Trinidad and Cripple Creek are worse. I lives were lost there. be a constant menace to Democratic
i by coming to Orlando. half of the has been marketed
In Denver every down town hotel, Closing Ceremonies. At Waco three were drowned; seven crop supremacy in the upper chamber.
Mr. Nash retains his residence at. II Under such circumstances he expectsto
theater and school house is crowded "God Be With You"-Audience. I perished at Marlin; two were Hitchcock's perverseness in fighting
:\ onesson, Pa., though his office is at see the price advance after the
with refugees who have been unableto The officers of the lodge who will drowned at Wharton and five at Cle- currency legislation has led some of
Pittsburg. He expects to remain in holidays."If .
reach home. take part are: I I burne. the Democratic solons, high up in the
Florida until\ March. Though his the exchange had sixty cent.
Since last night sixteen miners anda Exalted Ruler, T. P. Warlow; Esteemed I The flood waters are moving south per leadership of the party, to do some
plans are yet somewhat unsettled it of the of Florida on its
rescue party of eight have been lost< Leading Knight, E. S. Keyes; ''and the mayors of the cities in the growers quiet investigating and they have
is likely that he will make a number membership rolls," said Mr. Johnson,
near Canon City. Whether they Esteemed Loyal Knight, J. N. Brad- path of the oncoming tide have asked come to the conclusion that he IM
of: side trips from Orlando to other "all gluts such as we are having
have perished or not will not bet shaw; Esteemed Lecturing Knight, i;for the state militia to prevent loot- planning to cut the ties that bind him
points in Florida during the season. could be
known until the drifts have broken.In J. M. Cheney; Secretary, D. E. Dren- ing. Reports of robberies come from to the Democratic party. That means,
I Mr. Johnson added that it took Cal-
the Trinidad mining district, nen; Treasurer, T. H. Evans; Esquire, Waco and Hearne. they say, that he will not run for reelection -

where martial law exists, the suffer- DISTINGUISHED WOMAN H. P. Leu; Tiler, J. L. Empie; Chap- ifornia twenty years to get a major- to the senate in 1916 as a

ing is said to be intense, as both soldiers SPEAKER AT GRAND lain, L. P. Hutton; Inner Guard; J. L. ity of the growers in the exchange, Democrat, but as a Republican or independent -
and considering the length of time
and strikers are living in tents, Feinberg; Trustees: Walter Drennen, of the stripe of George W.
Mrs. Mabel who :i AT CHAPTER HOUSE the exchange had been organized in
many of which have been destroyedby Hilbush-Stephens, Jas. Laughlin III., Wm. Martin. 11 Norris, who came to the senate after
will speak at the Grand theater Sunday Florida the progress made had not
the storm.EXPRESSION. fighting Cannonism in the house and
evening, is at the head of Southland I A special event for this afternoon been bad. About thirty per cent. of
I leading the ruction which resulted in

seminary, Gainesville, Fla. She I CABINET LADIES JOIN IN ,: and one which each year attracts the growers are members. I throwing Uncle Joe off of the com-

CLASS AT is much sought after as a lecturer for I much interest is the annual sale held mittee on rules. The understanding

conventions, chautauquas, educational :' GENERAL EGG BOYCOTTMRS. 1 by the Junior Auxiliary of the Epis- COST HUNDREDS r"- here is that Hitchcock is planning to

ROLLINS GAVE PLAYS institutions, also speaks all over the copal church at the Chapter House. appeal to about the same class of vot

state for women's clubs and is state I The children who form this little band
ers'as Mr. Norris appealed to.
superintendent of evangelistic work BRYAN FIRST TO PUT THE of workers have long been preparing If Hitchcock should change his

EX-STUDENT DELIVERED LECTURE for the W. C. T. U. BAN ON EXPENSIVE f for this affair, making many articles party affiliations, as it is said he intends -

Mrs. Stephens has several engagements Ito be sold, and planning in various
ON SPORTS AT DARTMOUTH to do, there would be nothing
with ministers for revival PRODUCT I GOVERNMENT CUSTOISUE
ways to make the afternoon pleasantfor I after all, so exceedingly strange

COLLEGE work. One of these meetings closed all who attend. OFTEN COLLECTED AT I about the proceeding as his fatherwas

Sunday evening at St. Petersburg, Washington, Dec. 5.-Eggs are to One of the principal features: will GREAT LOSS a distinguished Republican and

Rollins College, Dec. 5.-On Tues- resulting in about one hundred con- be banished from the tables in the be a "doll show," for whf'ch many be- represented his state in the United

day evening the meeting of the Y. M. versions and additions to the church, homes of nearly all the cabinet mem- loved dollies will be entered by their Washington, Dec. "Collecting a States senate as a member of that

C. A. was addressed by Joe Cheney, and ten young ladies consecrated to bers, whose wives have pledged their I eager little mothers, and the awarding Dollar at the Custom Houses of the I party. If Hitchcock flops; however, it

of Orlando, who was for a short timea missionary work. As Mrs. Stephenscan support to the egg boycott campaign of the prizes for the prettiest. "
'I United States, the treatise on political will; mean a commotion in Nebraska
student at Rollins in the Academy, only give Orlando and Winter which is being waged to reduce the the oldest, etc., will be anxiously which the i
government politics
economy although us a personal polit-
and later took the four
years' course Park next Sunday, let one hear of the first
every price. One to give her awaited.
issues each made its ical it is
year, appear move regarded by the party
at Dartmouth where he
graduated. her. Remember the date, Grand the- approval and join the movement was! Many kinds of home-made candy the leaders here
ance yesterday appended to annual as very adroit. Hitch-
His subject was The Dartmouth Winter ater, 7:30 Sunday evening. Mrs. William wife of will be sold at table and delicious
I Jennings Bryan, one report of the secretary of the cock is at outs with Bryan and could
and the talk
Sports illus-
was cake will be served
the of state. home-made
secretary treasury.For not hope in any event to have the
by a series lan-
"IIIAWAThA"'MAKES HIT "Any subject that touches the home I with tea. the fiscal 1913 the If of the
\ tern slides setting forth in year port o: support Bryan followers, and
the a AT FAVORITE THEATER I touches' the heart of every woman, As the proceeds are to aid the mission Isle Royale, Mich., carried off the that means the Wilson followers, for
manner snowshoeingand I whoever she is," is what Mrs. Bryan I work for the Seminole Indians. prize with a cost of $412. V for collecting reelection.If .

ski-running and jumping done by told Mrs. Ellis Logan, a leader in the these children and their efficient leader I dollar. At Isle
a Royal he ran for renomination as a
himself and his friends
during his The Favorite theater was packed boycott movement here, when she Miss Cary-Elwes, should have a
winters in New I I I sum of $2 was collected, with a total Democrat he would have to fight the
Hampshire. Mr. Che- night with several audiences tc
called Mrs. obtain her liberal their labors
l upon Bryan to patronage, giving cost of $825. Norwalk, Conn., collected Bl''an-Wilson element, while if he
ney himself won the jumping contests witness the reproduction of "Hiawatha" -i
in fund.
Mrs. assured Mrs.
Bryan success securing a
support. generous
a dollar at a cost of eight makes a record, as he evidently itrying :;
one year, and all through his on the motion picture screen. I Logan she was in thorough accord
mills. to do, that would appeal to the
talk occurred It
interesting personal was an excellent motion picture, with the movement.
SILVER TEA AT TEAROOM At the port of New York it cost independent and progressively inclined -
reminiscences which added to the but the secret of the crowds may be Mrs. lead
Following Bryan's near- GREAT SUCCESS two and two-tenths cents and the av- he
might, together
pleasure of his hearers. The lecture found in the fine publicity which Pro- all the other cabinet wives have
erage for the whole country was three with his own personal following in
formed a most delightful portion of prietor B. E. Miller gave the event.
the effort to lower
I joined bring
I egg and three-tenths cents.DEMONSTRATION the
the service of the Y. M. C. A., which !' Mr. Miller is a great believer in ad- [ prices. Pledges have been obtained The "silver tea" held at the attractive I Democratic party, be able to pull

was led in the devotional part by' vertising, and the cause of his faithis ; from Mrs. Lindley M. Garrison, wife Tea Room yesterday afternoonwas through.
Anyhow there
President Blackman. The other spe- found in the results he obtains. of the secretary of war; Mrs. AlbertS. quite successful, both financiallyand ( I are indications that

cial feature of the evening was a lie is making a great success of the Burleson, wife of the postmaster in the pleasure afforded all who HEATERS BE MADE TODAY some mighty big Nebraska politics is
Mr. James L. Hamilton, presidentof i being staged in connection
piano prelude played Miss Anna Favorite the five-cent theater. with the
by general Mrs. David F. Houston, wife participated thereinThe
; I
the Hamilton Orchard
Funk, one of the talented students of There's a lesson in this. There are i I.of the agriculture and I committee in charge, who Heater company | currency bill. All over the country .
secretary ,
the department of music. few successful five-cent theaters in Mrs. William B. Wilson, wife of the served cake and hot tea to the guests, of Wheeling, W. Va., arrived in I people are wondering what Hitchcock

.On Thursday evening in the gymnasium towns of Orlando's size. His successis secretary of labor.A 'I consisted of Mrs. Woodruff, chairman Orlando yesterday, and will make a means by fighting the Democratic ad-

the long expected plays, given built on advertising and merit-a monster petition is being pre ; Mrs. Campbell, Mrs Phillips, demonstration of his heaters near the I ministration's program and there is

by the members of the class in ex- combination that can't be beat. pared, with which congress is to be I Mrs. Dolive and Miss Kilmer. Chase 10:30. packing house this morning at a general disposition either to swear

I at him or to sympathize with him
for the on
pression benefit of the foot- stormed by Mrs. Logan and her
I Mr. Hamilton's company recently the supposed certainty that he is -
team going
ball I
were performed. An
unusually I workers. It is that I
large audience for WOMEN CONVICTED OF expected by next CLERK CALLED ON FOR shipped a train load of heaters to right ahead committing political 1
F RIDING ANOTHER ON RAIL Monday night more than five thousand FINANCIAL STATISTICS I
Los Angeles. This the last of
was an suicide. The
real shrewd old politi-
of gathered to witness them 1
will have been
treated to names signedto I order for 210 car loads of heaters sold cians, however, are not fearing that \
# and were a good laugh by I the document. Mrs. Logan declares !
the antics of the performers. The Waukegan, Ill.,' Dec. 5.-Five of I County Clerk B. M. Robinson yes- in that state, and making a total of Hitchcock will not be able to take care i 1
that fifteen thousand
already !lover
two short plays given were lr. six women charged with riding Mrs. ington housewives have wash-I terday received a letter from Wm. J01" a million heaters for California. II of himself. They believe he is playing -

'Orace Shirt" and "Too Much Ma Minnie Richardson on a rail at Volo, It (Harris, director of census, asking for!Heaters have been the salvation of. mighty clever politics and that in i
movement. is planned, the club-
ried." The first was such a mixture lIt, because they alleged she neglected figures showing the wealth, debt and! the California growers, says Mr. I the shake-up he is quite likely to

of the pathos of the orphan girl and her invalid husband to go buggy women the need say for, to impress legislation congress that with will taxation of Orange county. The i!I Hamilton. All citrus and vegetableI i come out on the top of the heap. 'J''J'I

'her dreams and the farcical humorof riding with relatives, were found scope of the inquiry includes the indebtedness -: growers are invited to attend the t
about lower food
I bring prices.
the remainder of the characters,I guilty tonight. Sentence will be assessed valuation of i j demonstration today. The Hamilton DRIVERS' STRIKE ENDED; 1

that the audience hardly knew wheth.(passed Monday. The penalty is a fine property, levies, collection and disbursement -:i I heater, while well known, is just be- STRIKERS RETURN TO WORK

er to laugh or cry. No such doubt of $200,.or six months in jail. Eleven building permits were issued of taxes and other reve-I ing introduced in this part of Flor

the second which in St. Petersburg in one day, I i ida.
clouded play, was Indianapolis, Dec. 5'-Acting upon
pure farce from the first word. Apart THE WEATHER the 1st of September. information is desired by the( the advice of their international president

from the plays themselves, interestwas I census bureau in compliance with a I! Something new for the holidays Daniel J. Tobin, and also their ,

strong in the players, many of i Florida: Local rains Saturday in Seminole Heights, in Tampa, is recent act of congress for such a re- coming in every day. Come to our local leader, the teamsters and chauffeurs -

c whom appeared for their first experi- north, fair in central and south por- soon to have her streets lighted with port to cover the United States and !' store for your Christmas present union this afternoon unanimously .

: (Continued on last page.) I tions. Sunday, rains. electricity. 0 all thecivil divisions thereof. j I Curtis & O'Neal, next postoffice. voted to return to work.r J'



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SENATORS APPROVE PLAN of both the green and red varieties ONE REPLY ;;IIIIIIIIIIIIII"I"'I.'I"< ::: " " \" "
have been planted at this place. A i4iii
modern making plant has been From the right is worth
syrup person a
FOR NATIONAL PRIMARY installed and from seven to ten bar- dozen replies from triflers.
rels of syrup a day. is now being Those who read and reply to Sen- H ORLANDO BANK & TRUST COMPANY ;
turned out.Hetty tinel want ads. are right people.

NOMINEE IN THIS WISE Green, the richest woman in There is no reason in the world Orlando Florida.
SEEMS GOOD the world and seventy-eight years of why every business house, boardinghouse
age, advises everybody to eat raw and hotel should not be repre- Capital and Surplus 12500000.
Washington, Dec. 4.-The announce- onions as a means of longevity. Sister sented in the Christmas edition of the
ment by President Wilson in his mes- Hetty is old enough and rich Sentinel, Sunday morning, December %. Report of the Condition of
sage that he favors the selection of enough not to care what anybody 14th. Prepare your copy now and
; national candidates by direct prima- I thinks of her personal habits. There send it in. THE ORLANDO BANK & TRUST
ries and that the platforms be framed I are others who can not afford to be COMPANY
: by what the English call party con- so independent. A society leader of Newport has :': ; 4 r At the close of business November
ferences attracted much attention gone to the Philippines to work %'" ' 17, 1913. In compliance with Chapter
; among members of congress. among the Moros. The Moros will f : 1 : 'G427, Laws of Florida.
; Senator Root said: "As to the Tenantless landlords and dissatis- probably take to the newest Newport t ; : RESOURCES
president's suggestion for a preferential fied tenants are both victims of neglect dances with native eagerness. .
s Banking House, Furniture
presidential primary, I want timeto There's a tenant for every
house. There's home r ;.' s '. ;. ; and Fixtures .._. .. .. .$ 25,974.87
turn it over in my mind. Hereto- a satisfactory WOOD, COAL AND ICE t. '$
Loans .. ..
and Discounts.
for tenant. The 396,206.53
fore I have opposed the preferential every problem is to
\ the r:; 4" Overdrafts . ......... 406.93Stocks
bring two
r primary. To me it seems that the > together. Sentinel Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand's "
d ; and Bonds ... . .
want ads. solve the problem. ,; 26,0183:
primary represents rather an escape Coal Yard, phone 566. 9-31-tfNiii'sery
I -I! ,. . Cash on Hand and in
from conditions now existing to which
.;1 ;;4 "-" I Banks: .... .. .... .. .. 132,377.44
\ve are opposed than any finality of r
solution. I can't help' thinking that MUHIttlMlilllittCIMIMMtltiUMtHMtOtftlHW :
some settlement will finally be found [ $580,934.10
quite other than anything now pro- iii i i LIABILITIES

posed, though the president's suggestion Service I I Capital Stock ..... .......$100,00000
may be as good as any to begin : Surplus and Undivided

working on. r Profits ..... .. ....... . 32,166.02
!1- "The trouble with the whole matter e r Deposits ... . ..... .. .. 448,817.48
: is that there can be no solution
r which does not depend on the people's i '
Has always been accepted in Orange County as th $580,98110M.
: taking care of their own business. In
other words, no solution will work best to be obtrined. No one has ever complainedand :
; which the people do not work. The no oneever will because our trees are the best 7 : M. SMITH!, Presii enl.

f! to difficulty perform has the been duties get the requiredof voters and cheapest (in the end) pjssible to procure. ___ W. M. DAVIS, VicePresident.United .

them, while many of the proposed \Vho ever heard of one untrue to name or who- States Government, State and County Depository G. E NOLAN, C-shier.
remedies suggest increasing those

;; duties indefinite For myself multiplication I am ver 01.. ever heard of an ignored claim? ::::: : :: :: : ::1:1:1:: :::: ::::::::::::: :::: :::::::::::tt::::::

t much interested in the short ballot We offer you first choice from the largest stockin -- -

f The president was undoubtedly right the world for this season's planting and your suc- For Economy and purchase
I in what he said of the necessity for with
cess our stock is already assured when your
unlocking the treasures of Alaska." WRIGHT power of your mon
Senator Kern of Indiana said he grove is planted. Free advice as to stock and per- REALTY &SBBD> co .
:- had always been in favor of the primary sonal inspection of your land .when requested on any FOR REAL ESTATEThais 't ey, "Try Wright's" Farm

a. system but he was not prepared planting of 300 trees or more. Suitable discountsto Our Business and Garden Seeds. in
r. to commit himself to the president's Florida
i i proposal. He suggested that the peo- planters of large acreage. In fact, the very best Orlando bulk. "Motto" Quantityand

1 pie might object to the personnel prof of everything and O. \V. Conner behind it all.
I f posed by the. president for the plat- Quality.

:t form conventions and insist on their Fresh Farm Eggs, 40 cents dozen; Ice, 40 cents 100 pounds; Best Creamery Butter, 40
right to elect delegates for that
specific -
t purpose. I ADDRESS cents: ; Sweet Milk, 13 cents quart, i cents pint; Oranges 10 cents dozen; Limes 10 cents

Senator Owen of Oklahoma: "The : dozen; Butter Milk, 10 cents quart. Chesepeak Bay Oysters, :selects) 50 cents quart, 30

t president's suggestion for primary : cents: pint. .
i nomination is what I have long been I OCKLAAIIA NURSERIES Individual Package 10 Ibs. Ass't Fruits, "That Xmas Present" delivered by Express,

; fighting for. I will introduce" a bill (charges prepaid) all points east of Rocky Mountains, at your door $1.35 cash with order.MMIMMM .
myself if no one else does.
i Senator SJj-ers of Montana: "Of : c __
course I am for the president's suggestion I Dept. 23, Tangerine, Fla.
favoring the presidential primary : ".'.. .. . f4s' IMMIMMtMIHttifr M 4 4> F1144l44'444' . : :: : ; ; : ; : ; ; ..: !: SSI'I:
f 1 had never thought of the MMIIMMMMMiMltliMMitlMMMMIMIMMMIIMfr. 1 ,
j| kind of convention he suggests for. "j

r' objection framing the to it.platform" but, I see no THE GREAT ANNUAL SALE I

Senator Stone of Missouri: "I haveno Electrically >
objections the president's plan." Equipped! t 1 1t
\ Senator Lewis of Illinois: "The r AT
primary suggestion of the presidentis rx.
an inevitable development of Democratic -

,t.. policies.showed body in itself The the the Baltimore world least for d convention 1ib-the- ei i KANNBR' N w York Bal'aaill r[ Mi t r

t'erative transaction of business. But I object : 0 L;: -
to the president's plan for choosingthe ,

delegates to the platform conven- Continues Until Christmas December 25
tion. should ,be ,
They chosen by the Two-Sixty Standard Model
people." The greatest motorcycle value
ever achieved. 7 H.P. Twin
equipped 1'wo. bets with Storage Electric<< Batteries Head and LUht Corbin-Brown Electric Tail Rear Liglit.Drive Electric Speedometer. Signal New Goods arriving daily, such as Clothing, Shoes, Hats, Notions, J
INK SPOT DISRUPTS BANKSt. Price$260.00. See CaUlof for detailed deicriptiou.Indian .
and all kinds of Novelties for the Holiday trade. This $25,000.00

spot. is Paul reported, Dec. to 4.-have One little caused ink a i MOTOCYCLES stock of new and up-to-date merchandise I will sell in this great

shake-up in James J. Hill's First Na- Sacrifice Prices. Our stock
FOR 1914 Annual Sale at was never more com ; ;
tional bank that today resulted in the

resignation ,of W. A. Miller, vice- 60,000 red machines will go out over the Indian plete than now. Every item in our store has been added to with ; ;
president, and F. A. Nienhauser,
cashier.As trails during the coming year-the greatest motorcycle production new and up-to-date merchandise. We have a larger line than
in the history of the industry.
the story,goes,,I. W. Hill, a son
of James J. Hill, recently received a They will flash 'forth fully armed with Thirty-Eight Betterments I ever for you to select from. We will give you more bargains in

statement of his account. A clerk in for 1914!I" Armed with powerful and beautiful Electrical that it will trial the dollars
making out the statement let a dropof Equipment! Armed with a New Standard of Value which must this store pay you to give us a as and J

ink fall on the figures.J. completely overturn all existing ideas of motorcycle worth. cents are what you are looking after. It will pay you to visit our ;
J. Hill, according to the report, All standard Indian models for 1914 come equipped with electric
had some things he had intended say- head light, electric tail light, two sets high amperage storage bat. store and see the offerings we have.
ing to officials of the bank anyway, teries, electric signal, Corbin Brown rear-drive speedometer.You .
so he called a meeting of the direc- cannot fully realize the 1914 Indian without a thorough study of the 1914
tors and relieved his mind, Indian Catalog. It makes plain a host of compelling Indian facts that all motor. 11r'
talking extensively cycle-interested men can consider to their real profit. Send for the 1914 Indian
ink spot., it The is said resignations, around the followed.A little. Catalog-the The most 1914 interesting line of volume Indian of motorcycle Motocycles literature consists you've of:ever read. H. K r' Newiork Bal'gall l' i ml' Orlallifo i i1l:1

4 H.P. Single Service Model ............................$200.00
lot has been purchased in Miamion 7 H.P. Twin Two-Twenty-Five: Regular Model......... 225.00
which to erect' a new school build- H.P.. Twin! Two-Sixty, Standard_ Model................ 260.00 I I : : ::::::::IIIIII:111111111111111111111111111:111111111111111111: : : : : ::
ing. The ones / ".1". Twin Light Koadster- Model...................... 260.00 .
present are so over- 7 H.P. Twin Two Speed, Regular Model................. 275.00 -- -- - -- --- ---
crowded that it has become necessary 7 H.P. Twin Two Speed, Tourist Standard Model....... 300.00
/ to build a new one. 7 H.P. Twin Hendee Special Model (with Electric Starter) 325.00 The dihedral SchoolEAST
Prices F.O.B. Factory

A student self-government league C. R. Hilpert, Agent. Orlando Fla. CENTRAL AVENUE Saturday Dec. 6th
will be formed in the St. Petersburghigh Orlando's Select Boarding and
school this week. The object of
Day School For Girls
this league is to make the membersof Special Sale on HatsFrom
the high school department self FIRE INSURANCE Reopens Wednesday, October 1. i
governing and the league is expectedto Primary, Intermediate, and College
become popular with the entire Preparatory Grades.
student body. Also Courses in Music, Art, Elocution -

The Marianna Courier says: "Jackson (ClTYAttD he [(Elf to Success. I ture., Domestic Science, Physical Cul- 7 to 8. P. M.

county's cotton crop is already COUNTRY :j Twelve specially trained Teachers. Silks at 60 Cents Per Yard
,000 bales ahead of what it was last Individual attention. Loving care.
year. This, together with the fact (REALESTATE G'R1 L> JANSEN REV. RODERICK P. COBB, A. }I.,

that prices have been extra good, IMPROVED AN rfOTARY{ PrincipalThe MISSES HAULM & BUM
should put our people in pretty good UNIMPROVE
condition financially." ORLANDO pbuBuc

Sentinel sells space on its Agents for Barclay CorsetsMcCall's
One of the largest cane crops known guaranteed circulation. This
raised in this state this year is be- paper is the one best medium in this Patterns
ing made ready for the market atSvea. Oiiice in Rock Building ORANGE AVE. Opposite San Juan Hotel,I filed for the advertiser who wants to .
Over 125 acres of sugar cane get before the public.


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SENSE : your room or house I fall oous in
ew m
Boston, Dec. 4.-United States Circuit ow Lorning
Judge Wm. L. Putnam, against : cleaned without dust or trouble :
whom Representative Norris of Ne- I

braska once threatened disqualification : of moving furniture .
proceedings before the judiciary
committee of congress because of II,

his ruling that the preliminary hear- We sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co.
ings of the Shoe Machinery trust : The Pierce Electric Co. send an Experienced :
should be private today denouncedthe I made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes.Elliott's .

Sherman anti-trust law in the man. Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Table Linen and Towels.
government proceedings before him .
looking toward the dissolution of the I Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co.

United Shoe.Machinery company. SEE THEM FOR TERMS & Co. Best place in the city to trade.
The case 'was resumed before .
Judges Putnam, Dodge and Brown today -
and while Charles F.: Choate was

outlining chinery terrupted"The common interests the and defense said law, Judge: protected of the Putnam shoe a man-ma-in- the PIERCE[ L[ [ELECTRIC[ L COhc.', : W. M. SLEMONSORANGE

ufacturer in marketing his goods and AVENUE

getting whatever price he could for CHTJB( H STREET .
them honestly. ,.t .'e.rCf"'O.O.tIOJ".O'II I I't... tt +4 + 44+4+ MUI
"The supreme court is drifting .. " ,1",1" . .tt' 0 HxC" II tOt tH lilt

away from the old rules of common ttIIGI .OiJ ) : +i. +: t'Jtltltlttt IIII : +4446. .
law and wiping out its protection.The I"II'I'IIIIOIIICIIDIIIII glll =OIIIII I..O
Sherman laV is retrogressive in : .. ONE SOLID WEEKSTARTING MONDAY DEC 8 i

every Judge particular.Putnam"is probably the old See Our Selection Of jF j 3 i

est jurist on the bench in Massachusetts Special engagement of the famous, popular and always welcome i

In the. He criminal is seventy-seven proceedings years broughtby old Wall Paper A : C. W. PARK DRAMATIC COMPANY ;

the government he threw out of
court four of the five counts allegedin R MANAGEMENT JAMES A. PARK I

the indictment against the trust. E IN THEIR MONSTER CANVAS COVERED THEATRE '
In regard to Congressman Norris': I' ;

criticisms as to the secret hearings hr S :A11ESTIMATES = : A Series of the Newest i
said at the time that he had acted N Cut This Out I The Biggest and Most
and best High-Class Perfect
with complete authority in ordering C Royalty Plays This Coupon will.Admit Tent Theatre Equipped
preliminary proceedings before a GRADES f AND STYLES 'j
master to be kept secret, asing,his 0 i Superior Up-to-date Vaudeville In Existence. A Carload Spe-
assumption in this ruling on the com- I Features Between the D L cial Scenery and Novel
mon law. N Acts of Each Play n lJ au I re e Electrical Effect. ,
The "tying clauses' 'are the main N FURNISHED : j
of contention, the Entire Change of Play
subject present The Biggest and Best Show
government claiming that by compelling G ON ALL G and Vaudeville You Ever Saw for Less
Monday Night Dec. 8
manufacturers to use with i its .. Each Night. Than One Dollar l
machines, which are only leased, at I

additional cost, auxiliary appliancesof Interior and Exterior Decorating ;: MONDAY NIGHT...BIG HEARTED JIMSee
of their patenting, a monopoly is ex-
I ercised. Lawyer Choate quoted the the Terrible Explosion in the Third Act-It is a Marvel of
United States supreme court's decis- ).. Mechanical and Electrical Ingenuity. ,
ion in the mimeograph case in defense -
and said* that these tying Geo. A. Barker WITH FIVE BIG VAUDEVILLE FEATURES
clauses were used only to insure that ,
the machines should be properly used All for One Price of Admission 15 Cents to Everybody i !
and the company's royalty on their
i PHONE 268 Pine Street
output made fairly profitable. Reserve Chairs Only 9c Extra LOCKHART LOT OPPOSITE A. C. L DEPOT

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Bingham, Utah, Dec. 4.-It was decided OPTICAL REPAIRING
by Sheriff Andrew Smith early The Early Buy.
today to continue for another 24 T IT but once :

hours the smudges which were ignited It is less than four weeks to Christmas.You .
in the Minnie mine Monday after-

noon in hope of driving Ralph Lopez @ : can probably find something to purchasethe
'the Mexican bandit outlaw, from his ,
hiding place. It has been learned RIGHT NOW we offer two propositions on TERMS OF $10 DR. L. H. RAMSDELL night before Christmas, but the choicestpickingwill .
several tunnels have not been reached : DOWN AND $10 PER MONTH. Every young man in OPTOMETRIST \
[ all be is the
by the poisonous gases. Coal tar will : Orlando should embrace this chance to begin or add to his (Successor to Dr. 0. P. Likins) goneNow accepted ;
be' employed today in the generationof estate. time. Now is the day of best selection and
gases and it was definitely an- ORLANDO, FLORIDA
nounced the mine would not be opened : SEMINOLE PARK LOTS satisfaction. You will enjoy looking. over .

until Friday afternoon. : our new books and hundreds
I On the Map Before Seminole County 4HMIMHH' of other gifts.
Lopez has now been a fugitive for
Inside Lots $100. Corner Lots $125. WM. HARPERJOSEPHINE
two weeks and in that time he ha :
killed six men, one a countrymanwith : Money and six per cent interest back one year from the date DRS. ( HARPEROSTEOPATHS W. S. BRANCH

whom lie had engaged in a quar- : you complete purchase if dissatisfied.
The Arcade Book and
Music Store
I ,
rel, and five peace officers who attempted -
Oldest Established Practice In '
to arrest him. lie took ref- FIVE ACRE TRACTS Orlando
uge in the Minnie mine last Thurs- Near Lake Underhill. Finest grove land and finest grovesin 19 W. Church Street, Up-Stairs | | -:ttllllllllllllll.ttIIIIGlttIIIIOIG.II.lellllllllllllitThe
day, but many believe he made his I Consultation Examination i
Orange County. Develop a grove on your monthly spare :
t escape from the underground work. change. PRICE $ao PER ACRE. Timber practically pays Free Altamonte I
ings either Saturday 'or Sunday before for clearing. IMmiMMMMMItteiMMBIG : '
the work of filling the mine with .
was begun. HOLIDAY EDITION Altamonte Springs Florida
poisonous gases

AUTOIST FORCED TO until you own the deed. The Sentinel will issue a big holiday :
HELP BANDIT TO ESCAPE edition on Sunday, December 14. : : O\J\T OPEMost
Solicitors will begin calling on ad- :
Plum Coulee, Manitoba, Dec. 4.- Room 2. Watkins Block.MMItlHMimMMMHMIMMMIiimiMUMHMHl. vertisers today. It is intended that I beautiful spot in all Florida-
The bandit who yesterday shot and this edition shall reflect the business : Nine miles from Orlando. Every comfort -

killed Manager H. M. Arnold of the activity of Orlando, and double the : and amusements, Golf, etc. Amongthe
local branch of the Bank 'of Montreal usual number of papers will be printed : tall pines, between two lovely lakes.
MtllllMllliMMIIIHItllMtllllllllltlMitllMMIIiThe giving the advertiser the circulation I
after obtaining several thou-
: Cusine and service first-class.
sanddollars in currency, today was Gem The Antiseptic necessary to reach every home in I ,
believed to be in hiding near Morris, Orlando and Orange county. .
Manitoba, and the police hoped to Barber Shop No better advertising medium than :
capture him before nightfall. this special edition has ever been issued GEO. E. BATES & SON, Proprietors
William Dick, who was forced to EVERYTHING NEW AND CLEAN from an Orlando printing office. : %
carry the bandit from the city in his UP-TO-DATE EQUIPMENTCongress It[ will embody many Christmas features I'11111111111111,11111111111111111,,1,1111111 i

automobile, told the police that the hydraulic enameled chairs, keen-edged implements, elec. ,, of interest to all members of
robber leaped from the machine near tric massage- and hair dryer. the household, and it will be read ,MIMMMtMIMItmiMIMHIHIIMHmitimMtHMMorton
Morris and in the wood EXPERT WORKMEN from the first to the last page. If
disappeared Shoe-shining stand for Full line of tobaccos, H. Jones & Son
after firing a shot at his chauffeur.TO ladies and gentlemen cigars and cigarettes. I any merchant in Orlando wants to
reach the purchasing public, this is Bus- Line
SELL $123,000 IX BONDS the one way to accomplish his desire,
leilllMMMtM I IIIIIIMIiiillllMMIIMHMIIMIIIIMtmillimilllllliMMMMIMMIMIIMI and"every merchant does. Therefore, -
Miami, Dec. Advertisements for we really don't see how any Orlando
merchant is going to taking WEST BOUND EAST BOUND
bidders for the purchase of $125,000of escape
county bonds will be inserted in 5c CRISPETTES 5c : space in the special edition. A.Read M. Down P. M. A.Read M. ?up. M.

the local papers by the clerk of the II Orlando.. .. . ..... ... .. .... . 6.30 3:00 9:30 6:00
Ocoee. . . . . . . ... . ..7:30 4:00 8:30 5:00
county commissioners. The voters of Those delicious Corn Crispettes are being : Subscribe for The Daily SentinelMHIMMM6MMMMMM Winter Garden.......... ... . . . .7:45 ;4.15 8:15 4:4s
the county authorized an issue of made, fresh every day, at The Crispette Oakland... .. .. . .. ... ... .. .. 8:00 4:30 8:00 4:30
$300,000 in bonds in September, 1912, Co's Store on W. Pine Street. i
+ Ocoee fare Ssc, Round trip $1 I; Winter:Garden 65c and $1.20; I
and $175,000 of this sum has already '' 11Automobile
"EVERYONE 'TASTES LIKE MORE"THE Oakland 750 and 140. .
been issued and the, mo.ey expendedin 9
t For Hire i i
building hard surfaced roads. In addition to carrying packages, we will do your shopping. ...
: New Five PassengerPHONE ! Two sight-seeing trips-one at 10 A. M. and one at I liP. M. ;
CRISPETTE CO.i around Lakes Lucerne, Cherokee and Eola to Winter Park to Rellins ;!
Order grapefruit and orange trees .
419IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIJI and the Seminole Hotel and back 50 cents.ilMMMMMMHttHtlMHIIMHIIIIHiaHHHiimit.
I College for
nsw W. H. Brokaw, salesman. i 26 W. PINE STREETIHIHIillllttttltttllllllliMMMMmilMMIttt :

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{ THE DAILY uET IN THE SENTINEL Wednesday, the adult confirmation I t,ever should decide to sell. A home The Sentinel is \ red before
CHRISTMAS EDITION class at 4 p. m. at; Gatlin would always attract a desirable -
I I breakfast every morning except Mon
: South Florida Sentinel Friday, meeting of St. Cecilia'* buyer. It would be half sold !
day at ten cents week.
(( MORNING AND WEEKLY The Sentinel has announced a METHODIST CHURCH Guild, 3 p. m. Choir rehearsal, 7:30 I the day your house is finished. Carl a

; JOSIAH. FERRIS Editor and Oner. Christmas edition to be issued Sun- (At the Grand). p. m. II Jansen has the Gatlin lots for sale. tf
-- -- December 14. Saturday, children's confirmationclass I
; Entered at the postoffice at Orlando. Florida J. E. Wray, pastor.
ai Second Clas Mail Matter. This edition will go into practically 4 p. m. SENDS STRING j . . . .
Sunday school, 9:45 a. m.; C. E. SPRAGUE . . . . . . .5. ..i
f SUBSCRIPTION RATES every home in Orange county. It Howard, superintendent."What The bishop will make his visitation. I I I,I OF EIGHT HORSES HERE ;

will be the very best opportunity for Will the Be?" to the cathedral on Holy Innocents'I!I ll fL l CO1
.t TilE DAILY SENTINEL Orange Crop '| A string of splendid racing stock,I Ii

One Year .... ...... ....... .. .$5.00 the merchants of Orlando to place subject of Dr. Wray's sermon at 11 day, December 28th. Any persons 1 j comprising eight horses, reached Or- I
I their Christmas before thebu"ers to be confirmed at this time
a Six Months ... .... .. .. .. ... 2.50 I offerings a. m. desiring lando i yesterday and were quartered : CUT FLOWERSOUR
.1 of this It will be the who have not yet handed in their i
i Three Months . .. ... 1.25 county. Reports of the year's work. at the fair grounds in anticipation
*> .:::: .:.::.:.:. I It only opportunity for business men to the Lord's names, are requested to do so imme II SPECIALTYPhone
Sacrament of Supper. I fair in February. The horses are in ,
\ SATURDAY, DECEMBER 61913. I reach all the county at one fell diately. 2516( TAMPA, FLA.
6:45 J.1.
Epworth League, p. m.; of the races to take place during the :
_ _ _ _ .
t as it were. The circulationof MIMMMiMIMIIMHMilMHMMMMilMMHtMH
I swoop Burden, president. charge of Trainer Hamlin. The horses j
When you need just one more line I the Daily Sentinel is good, better "BIG HEARTED JIM" I I
Mrs. Mabel Stephens, state super- belong to Mr. Geo. Sprague, of Jack-
t, the "shop early" slogan comes jn than any other daily paper issued in intendent of evangelistic work for the This is the title of the great play I sonville. 'I '

; handy. or coming into the county, but the W.' C. T. U., will deliver an addressat which will be presented by the C. W. i I i i'I
4 o- circulation of the special edition will Park's Dramatic company, as their
7:30 m. Mrs. Stephens is a'i I'
p. Warman and Retires
The papers have Huerta's funeral be better,_for it will be mailed to all opening bill next ht. This Repairs Baby I Auto ml
eloquent, inspiring speaker.
Court street. 12-5-tf Supreffle
t already prepared; they are simplywaiting and will reach into the remote places, Everybody most cordially invited. is a gripping Western comedy-drama,I'I Carriages on

for him to furnish the corpse. the byways and hedges, and it will be with lots of thrills, plenty of good

o ample time to carry the message be- FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH wholesome comedy, pathos, and heart I Subscribe for The Daily Sentinel. [t
Our business men are waking up fore the Christmas shopping is interest, one scene in particular, The oil that has
f thin Fort Meade I. Rev. J no. W. Stagg, pastor.
and doing some planned. which takes place during the third I
Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.; W. R. FINE YOUNG i jI stood the
[ Leader. Well, now that's encourag- I This is a word to the alert business O'Neal, superintendent. act of the play is alone well worth I ii i supreme -

ing. I man who recognizes an opportu- the price charged for the entire show. test
Services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 ,m. I
f o- nity when it comes a-knocking at his p. To describe and explain this scene too
Morning sermon, "Life's Forms. hult Grove
t Orlando is accumulating a long list door. Are you on? minutely would detract from the I II Grape
Evening sermon, "Hidden Life. THAT =r--
winter -
of notable guests. Only I pleasure of witnessing it. See it I
Christian Endeavor at 6:30 m.
f Miami can rival us when it comes to ORLANDO HAS THE LATESTIN p. I yourself and get the enjoyment first
Prayer meeting Wednesday, 7:30p.
highbrow competition. MODERN MARKET HOUSES handed. Remember this is a full and

F o m. complete play, with superior vaude- For SaleTwenty Good Gulf Gasoline '
music. Seats free.
The of Savannah
suffragists are
( Along about Wednesday of next ville between the acts and costs you
A cordial invitation to visitors and
f having "Votes for Women" printed on week H. M. Self, the market man only fifteen cents and a reserved acres with 1,000 bear-
their writing that all their strangers to worship with us.
paper so chair nine
r only cents extra.
himself, will move from his present I
correspondents know just where ing trees, all in perfect condition,
may in the Knox
quarters building to 17
they stand. Pine street, and when he does he will OUR DIAMOND RINGS located on one of the new brick
(Corner Central A\e. and West St.)
0t move into the most up-to-date marketin Are a combination of quality, style,' P. G. WALTON Agt.
t The Punta Gorda Herald urges its Rev. Eleanor E. Gordon, minister. I roads. Near town. Room to setout ,
Florida. There may be larger ones, beauty, workmanship and reasonable
: people to in for trucking, the Sunday school at 10 o'clock.
go but there is none newer or better. prices. There is nothing more accept 600 more trees and have a 'I
growing of fancy pineapples and the Church service at 11 o'clock. Sub-
The new market house is being fit able for Xmas presents than some PHONES 450269lllaIOJ"'IIIIII'IIIII
r manufacture of cigars. All of these ject of sermon, "Enthusiasm for Hu- nice building site left. Owner
ted out with the most modern refrig- thing in the jewelry line. A diamond ,

are leading industries about Orlando. erating plant known to the science of manity.Unity Circle on Wednesday after- I ring, lavallier, scarf pin, brooch, etc., I tells us if sold in ten das that )+

f ot such matters, and science is used ad- would make an excellent gift, or ;; -
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The editor of the Fort, Lauderdale] noon. Topic, "Other Religions, by
in silverware takes it. $3,000 cash, and
visedly, for it is a scientific triumph, something cut glass,) $7,500
:Miss: Gordon.
Sentinel has seen a light since Dade Dr. BucRmaster
Mr. F. McGuckin, of Kenosha, Wis., chime, gilt, black or cuckoo clock; or i,
All are invited to these services. balance to suit. For this and
r county went dry, and has announced
where the factory is located, is directing a nice silver mesh bag, fountain pen, j

that he will never vote the wet ticket the work. No ice is used in umbrella, silver shaving cup, silver : other grove bargains see

to again. He has also eliminated the this system, but by the compressionof CHRISTIAN CHURCH SERVICESThe toilet set, and many other articles too Osteopathic Physician

liquor advertisements. The spirit of anhydrous ammonia currents of members of the Christian numerous to mention. A full and

r reform is irresistible. cold air are created which are con- church will hold services at the homeof complete stock of everything carried Cooper $ Atha 132 Orange Avenue

t 0f. ducted to storage chests above the Mr. Jacob Hossler, at 208 East by a first-class jewelry store. i I

The Fort Myers fishing club is an cooling. chambers, and by means too Church street, Sunday afternoon at T. H. EVANS, Jeweler. i 114 ORANGE AVENUE Next door to People's Bank,

(; organization with a purpose, namely intricate and difficult to explain and 2 o'clock, and Rev. A. M. Chisholm, I up-stairs. Acute and chron

t to catch fish. The club has a number of Kissimmee will for them.A The I diseases treated.Telephone .
home ic
assimilate on short notice, the meats preach I prettiest in the most Orlando Florida1253m.
of silver buttons to award to mem- cordial invitation is extended to attractive ; ,
are kept in a perfect state of surroundings always at- I
bers who really catch fish. The Press 578.
I vation at a temperature of from 25 to every one. tracts the most desirable buyer if one I
apprises the public that the buttons
36, according to demand and the time
have arrived, but no awards have
of operating the plant. The ammonia FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH -
been made-as yet.
comes under pressure in carboys and Rev. Edward T. Poulson, D. D., pas

Kaiser clean shaven Wilhelmn faces o has in put the'the German tabooon where they are it is adjusted transmitted in the through machinery pipes, tor.This church cordially extends its Lnristmas c for is Majest --tnB aD

army. "A proper man should have a, condensers and coils' in the process hospitality to all who come within its
of generating cool air and absorbing doors. Visitors and strangers in the
proper mustache, says he, and refers i
I moisture from the surrounding at- city have a special invitation to wor-
to the clean mug as one of those
American modernisms. Wilhelm is mosphere. This absorption of mois- ship with us. All seats are free, and

the ture is of itself a great advantageover attentive ushers will be at the doors. '

I. modern.guy that put the "dern" in ice refrigeration, and insures a Sunday school promptly at 9:30 a. Father and mother will supply the baby with enough

1 0 sanitary dryness in the storage cham- m. Two hundred and twentysevenwere "jimcracks"-make your gift of a more permanent nature. #

The Starke Telegraph says that thepeople'of bers. The plant is of three-ton capacity in the school last Sunday-let's The following suggestions only a few of the many
,. meaning that it is equal to make it two hundred and fifty this
Samville (not on the map) the refrigeration supplied by the con- Sunday. articles we are showing in a special baby display,
have done something unprecedented.The .
sumption of three tons of ice daily. Public worship in the auditoriumat
railroad authorities made some Gold Rings for tiny
nn .I
improvements The storage chambers, of which 10:45 a. m. and 7:30 p. m., with 1
on the station house, I n Un
there are two, one for wholesale and I the pastor in charge. Morning subject fingers \!> I IUU U U
and the people wrote a letter of r
the other for retail meats, are fault- ,"Strong Shoes for Rough Roads."
thanks to the railroad
superintendent. lessly constructed. The doors that Music by the choir. Lockets and Chains 0n nn J
Samville, it will be observed, is
not on the map. open from the sales room to the Evening subject, "Five Steps 'to. a for girl baby necks JLiUU\) I anU UJ|

chamber are fitted with three thick Happy Life." Special solo by Mrs. ,

o nesses of glass, and the airtightnessis Nutter, "Sing Praises" (:Marshe: ). Little gold pins for JJUL I
Atlanta had a city election a few otherwise insured. The surfaces of Come early and get a good seat. nr'

days ago at which only 345 votes the walls are of enamel tile, givingnot Inspiring song service. little dresses dllU Uf I
were cast. It the kind of election
only an of cleanlinessbut
appearance Young People's meeting at 6:30p.
held recently in Orlando, to ratify making it next to impossible for m., in Tea and Rest Hall, oppositethe Silver Cups, $1.00 and up _

primary nominees. Orlando beat dirt to stick if only ordinary is
care church. Mr. Eugene Reid, presi-
Atlanta for the interest demonstrated -: exercised to keep it clean. The coun- dent. Come make your selections before the prettiest piecesare

having 114 votes polled. Both I ters will have marble tops and all the Junior meeting at 3 o'clock in the gone. We'll lay them aside if you. are not ready to

elections instance the lack of interest i latest in implements and accessorieswill ;afternoon.ST. take them

in an election which is merely a per- complete the outfit.

functory compliance with the law. Mr. Self will be in his new place of LUKE'S CATHEDRALVery

o business in time for the Christmas
Rev. Campbell Gray, dean.
Florida is a highly favored state, trade, with a fine supply of all the
Second Sunday in Advent.
; and those who are so fortunate as to meats, fowls and produce to be foundin
Sunday school, 9:30 a. m. T.H.EvanstheJeweler
: live here should never cease to be a first-class market, for that is
Morning 10:30.
thankful for their freedom from the what it will be. prayer
Holy Communion and sermon, 11
ills that are visited upon other sec 1

tions. The dispatches tell of a terrific Tickets for the Mendelssohn con.",a. m. OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE
i Choral evensong and sermon, 7:30p.
blizzard in Colorado and an cert Tuesday night are on sale at m.

equally disastrous flood in Texas. Estes' Drug Store, Branch's, and I
In the morning the sermon will be
Florida is singularly exempt from Curtis & O'Neal's. 2t'i '" EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING
on the "Sacred Scriptures; in the
any malignant visitation of the ele i
evening the second in the series of
ments. We are times blessed.
many Today is the best day for you toi i Advent sermons will be given, this ..

o place an ad. in the Sentinel. There' being on the "Roman." __ ____ - - -- - __u _

Wiiliam A. Prendergast, comptroller is no other medium that is better II i Through the week the Holy Eucharist a- -

of New York, has renounced the than a Sunday paper. : daily at 7 a. m.

Progressive party and returned toJ' I .AtrtrTJ:: :: :: :: ,

the Republican fold. lie was one of i
the organizers of the new movement. I

J' and hope his for announcement it is significant.that he The sees Colo no SPECIAL '

nel's continuous presence and exhortation IIS RIBBON 311 ll lilll SALE

are essential to hold the rem-

nant together; with the Colonel away 1913 MBtZ Runabout t $$1151

and exhorting in South America other "Includes Wool Goods, Coats and Coat Suits"

notable defections may be expect

ed. It is a good time for the Arma. II I

geddonites to beat o it. Good Condition I The Big Cut at the Right Time

When Mrs. Pankhurst and her

ti twenty government Plymouth thousand she tug was and dollars taken rushed arrived aboard to Lon at a 5 per cent given for cash on all Tires Saturday i, Dec.[: 6 to wednesday n s Dec.[ Ill

: don in an automobile. The authori- and Tubes.

ties hold that she must serve a year See Circulars and Visit us Early

and a half imprisonment, finishingher

former sentence of three years.

be Mrs.arrested Pankhurst, and so herself stated expected upon leave to San Juan Garage Go. :M.AEION'" B. :evES

ing New York. While few approve I

.; '. her course or endorse her cause it is -- "

certain that many will admire the determination All Night Service j The Christmas Shopping Place

,'- game fight. which' impels. such a L



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[Eveiyhody o Likes Bull's Hoffleade e 305 Mrs.East A. Church R. Page, to has Mr.sold Edward her home T., ..LUCERNE BEST MADE FLORIDA CIGAR CIRCLE.. Know the Ouckorth Line

Jackson, of Pennsylvania. Mr. and
Mrs. Jackson will move in Monday. Sold by all dealers, 5 Cents

CANDIESA Mrs. Page expects to make her home ,11111. I I 'OJ, .t ,:flt 'i It includes the most popular, most styl-
for the present with her daughter,
good reason too They're pure, Mrs. Edward. Murray.Mr. ish and the most comfortable shoes for

clean fresh and healthful. I Secondhand, Knabe Baby and children.
: T. A. Myers has returned from men, women
where he the Grand Piano, in splendid
Philadelphia, spent
Made by our own experts, in our It will
summer, and will probably spend the condition; fine tone; $500 supply every size-every leatherin

own modern and. strictly clean can- season in Orlando looking after his cash. Next Woman's Exchange the proper shoe for every occasion or

dy kitchen. grove interests. The fact that MrsMyers , No. 7, Church St.
did not come also will be much I H.

Chocolates, Bon Bons, Fudges, I regretted by her many friends in, Montgomery Smith. use.NOW'S a good time to get shod for the

Nut Brittles and endless number of Orlando. II I I I i coming winter weather.It's .

both hard and soft candies. Curtis & O'Neal-never have had amore WALTER REX SELLS LOT

beautiful and complete line of i NEAR LAKE LUCERNE the proper time to select shoes. slippers

I, goods for the holidays, and will be I Ij etc., for holiday giving.
j pleased to have you call. Cooper & Atha have just closed a
sale of a nice building lot on Elan

Mrs. James II. Davet, wife of Rev. street near Lake Lucerne owned by
the Yowell-Duck-
I. James II. Davet, of Tallahassee,
stopped over between trains yesterday worth Northern company. The purchaser is a I E. G. DUCKWORTH, Feet Fitter '
and made very short calls on a lady who has spent a number -

"The Home oi Quality"MtlltHIMMIilMlillMIMIMMIMMIiiminilim, few friends.of her She was former on her neighbors way to Bar-and well of pleased winters with in the Orlando place and that is she so "The ,Style You Want in the Size You Need."

I tow and reports Mr. Davet in good intends building in the near future a .. . "
nice winter home.KISSIMMEE .
I health and the church work'pleasant ---- ------ - --- --
I I|and prosperous in the capital city. Gatlin before you buy a lot in Take your repairing to Warman oa
Your Xmas not complete withouta JUDGE
FINES any of the numerous suburbs of the Court street. 12-5-
; fresh box of 'Huyler's Candy. There is more pleasure in giving ORLANDO HUNTSMEN city. It 'is the prettiest and most attractive -
Leave order at the
druggist's than in take within reach of Orlando I
THE TUNER receiving, so advantageof spot Free demonstration of the Hami
30 established. '
years 12-4-4t Judge Murphy had before him
sale of hand- 12-5-tf
ORLANDO FLA. unprecedented three well ton orchard heater at the S. A. I.
some Kimonos the "Store of Satisfaction" known gentlemen from Orlando I
I station this
at 10:30
Mr. August Nathan arrived morning near
yesterday Monday, on a charge of hunting
offers, at special prices llor.dare Kimonos in Outing, Ripplette, Chase & Co.'s packing house. It i ia i..
N. J., and is once on Sunday, for which fines of $25
It Crepe, and Silk, in the newest and great frost eliminator-see it.
Griffing Brothers' trees ,roses and more a guest of Duke Hall. Mr. and costs were assessed. Chargeswere
Nathan has been spending the winter filed by County Warden Marion daintiest styles, go on sale at special I -
ornamental, give results. 12-2-tf Mr. and Mrs. C. B, Bailey, of Man-
season in Orlando for several years. Carson.-Osceola Journal. prices on Monday at the "Store of I Eat what you want.
ton, Mich., were among Orlando'swinter "
; Satisfaction. Shop early It Eat all you want.
Mr. Thos. II. Walker, of Greenville, residents returning yesterdayfor Take and
I I I a postscript forget it.
A sensible sacrifice, that of Board- WHAT WILL THE i
S. C., is among the late arrivals at another season's sojourn in the I For sale by all druggists.
the San Juan. man's "Store of Satisfaction" in putting City Beautiful. They were accompa- ORANGE CROP BE?" Free demonstration of the Hamil- 1l.30d&wlrrJFor
on sale next Monday ton orchard heater the
every nied by Miss Borland, of Chautauqua. at S. A. L
for Kimono in stock at special prices. Dr. Wray's subject at the Grand station this morning at 10:30, near
Call at McElroy's Pharmacy N. Y., who will spend the winter with trees see W. II. Brokaw. Of-
free Safety Starr Razor blade; will The wise-and there are manywillavail them at their home, 14 East Lexington Sunday morning. You are most cordially Chase & Co.'s packing house. It is fice opposite postoffice. Phone 267.
it Gem Jr. and Ever-ready razors. themselves of this splendid opportunity avenue. invited. a great frost eliminator-see it. 12-2-tf
12- -4t
Free demonstration of the Hamil- I,
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Thompsonand The Orlando Chapter D. A. R. will ton orchard heater at the S. A. L. They have a Junior Civic Leagueover

family arrived in Orlando last meet today, Saturday afternoon, at station this morning at 10:30, near in Orlando, doing fine work. 11111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111'I
night from Brownsville, Pa., and will 4 o'clock, at the home of Mrs. Joseph Chase & Co.'s packing house. It is Miami ought to have one too.-Miami
O'Neill, corner of West and Anderson to
spend the winter in Orlando. a great frost eliminator-see it. Metropolis.BE Money
streets. All visiting daughters cor-

Warman Sells, and Fixes Bicycles, dially invited.Mr. i E. C. Frigout and wife, of Chicago, A WISE SANTA CLAUS

on Court street. 12-5-tf came in from Chicago on Thursday's furniture for
and Mrs. J. B. Seegar, of Hope Buy gifts. Buy early
Valley, R. I., arrived in Orlando yesterday train. The expect to make their before the rush. Buy from us; our Loans in sums of$500 to $3000on
When you contemplate getting mar- future home in Florida. The next stocks the
are largest, the
our prices
ried you first satisfy yourself that to spend the winter. They morning after their arrival they went lowest, our terms to suit you. We IMPROVED INSIDE property fora
are stopping for the present at the
have in mindis
the particular girl you out toGatlin and well
were so pleased
cordially invite
home of their daughter, :Mrs. B. D. you to inspect our
the only one you want. When you that they engaged rooms from Miss stocks whether you purchase or not. term of FIVE years. Principal
Wienenga, 22 East Church.
see those Gatlin lots you will want Barnum, in the Randolph house, until KINCAID & SNOWDEN.
them all. Jansen will fix it for you such time as Mr. Frigout, who is a and interest payable in monthly
Free demonstration of the Hamil-
when your choice is made. 12-5-tf carpenter, can build a house for them- I
ton orchard heater at the S. A. L THE ARLINGTON HOTELNo instalments.
selves. They are enthusiastic oyer .
station this morning at 10:30, near 208 West Church street. Board
Mr. and Mrs. 0. P. Shaffer arrived what they have found in Florida. *
last night from Youngstown, Ohio, Chase & Co.'s packing house. It is by day, week, or meals. This hotel "

and are stopping at the Keystone. a great frost eliminator-see it. A business man said to the Sentinel for sale. Contains 20 rooms. Apply s. 2". 'J\T -A'III'llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllttIIIIIII14- H
of Mrs M. 0. Smoak.
Shaffer is the postmaster
Mr. reporter last evening: "I sometimes
Buy your candies from Butt, thecity's
Youngstown. sign subscription papers that I aft.
largest retail candy manufac- Boys' Double Breasted Suits at and -- - -- --- ---=
erwards for the that
turer. They make all their candies regret reason below cost, as long as they last. J. C. HIMHIMaMIMiniMMMMtllHIilllUHitMMilt
Tickets for the Mendelssohn con- and guarantee all their goods to be the money so spent seems wasted; Anno, the Boy Clothier. 12-6-3w
cert Tuesday night are on sale at but the amount I subscribed for the
Estes' Drug Store, Branch's, and fresh, pure, delicious; of highest improvement of Lake Eola park, I FOR SALE-Almost new upright Anderson Automatic ScaleIn
quality and reasonable prices. piano, two princess dressers, Ax-
Curtis & O'Neal's. 2t paid with genuine pleasure, because I minster art square. Must be sold at
believe it will be the most First Class Condition
Mr. and Mrs. Jas. D. Barnes, accompanied pleasingand once. Bargain. 305 E. Church St.
A very acceptable gift-a Kimono by their attractive children valuable civic improvement that 12-6-3t

-the "Store of Satisfaction" is put- Catherine, Alvin and Susan, arrived has been made in Orlando for many FOR RENT-Furnished rooms, with Oil Tank
ting them on sale at special prices last night from Wilson, N. C., years. I do not live in the vicinity of electric lights, bath and yard; four
Monday-make some one happy. ItMr and will be for the time at the homeof Lake Eola, and have no possible blocks from postoffice. 7 W. Robinson -
financial interest in the locality." avenue, city. 12-6-3t Holds 100 Gallons
Mrs. Barnes' mother, Mrs. S. N.
and Mrs. Geo. W. Dewey arrived -! Yowell, on West street. Mr. Barnes

last night from Washington, will become identified with the Yow- Eat what you want. I. MHItlllMIIMIMMIHMCOAL I The above are too small for our rap-
Eat all want.
D. C., and are guests of the San ell-Duckworth company, which will you : : WOOD COKE :
Take a postscript and forget it.
Juan. ,Mr. Dewey is the son of Ad- move into the four-story building at For sale by all druggists. : Charcoal I I id increasing business, and we nad to
miral Dewey. Orange and Central the first of the lUO-d&w-lm : I

year. Their many friends in Orlando : : Turpentine Chips replace them with larger Will sell

Buy Garden and Flower Seed will give Mr. Barnes and family a I
from :McElroy your Pharmacy, Orlando, warm welcome. ; LUTHER THE FLORISTCut I Fence Posts them at a low price for cash. t

Fla. They have been in the business Flowers

SO years. Write or call for prices. Free demonstration of the Hamil- : Orlando Wood YardI
'. 4-3t ton orchard heater at the S. A. L ,

station this morning at 10:30, near CARNATIONS, PANSIES, B. W. KINGSLEY, Proprietor I I THE SANITARY GROCERY

Cash Registers. Warman fixes 'em Chase & Co.'s packing house. It is :! Phonr 344 104 W. Pine St. :t

on Court street. 12-5-tf a great frost eliminator$ee it. POTTED PLANTS III 4HIMMMMIMIMHMXIt's ,I, CARUTHERS & GORE

MMIIHMIItllllMIIMMMMMMMiMMIMIII . . .. Phone 200 6 & 8 Pine Street.

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Grand TheatreMOTION

a mi 'hty 'o o d suit

not best because it's largest in

sales-but largest in sales becauseit's

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Fords sold
PICTURESPictures best. There are six

to one 01 any other car. 'Twouldbe HART SCHAFFNER & MARXare

Changed Daily. emphasizing $ea suits. You can
hard: to find a more convincingreason
expect real value at this figure.

MUSIC Furnished RegularlyBy why you should own one. Blues, grays and mixtures. You can

have them at $20 or $30; we recommend
the $25 suits.SCRUGGS .
Six Touring Cars will arrive next

SHOW, 7:15 P.M. week. Place your order now. 1111' 'IIIIIIIIIIIIII'I llllllllllt.

SECOND SHOW, / 8:15 P.M I .

F. G. RUSH, .

Phone 226 I <
Admission 5 and 10 cents & DICKSON f

I This store is the home of Hart Schatfuer & Marx clothes J 7t



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"-HIAWATHA- THE FAVORITE PEOPLE'S ,v '' near station; young grape- FOUND-A large pocket book. Val MBmittHMtMHMMIIlVimilltNew ;;
. I and orange grove; land about uable to owner. Apply this office.
: citrus fruit and half vegetable; 12-4-3t
t On Friday and Saturday, December
house, barn ideal winter
; Goods
! 5 and 6 wonderful four-reel Indian MUNXIMAKERS Arriving Daily Latest
a right near Country Club. Ad- Artistic photographs for Xmas at
feature will be shown. A triumphin Notices of Lost, Wanted. For I W. T. Chapman, owner, R. F. D. the Evans Parlors, No. 100 N. Main.
Rent, etc, for this column, 23c Orlando. ll-27-lm-d&w Phone 25. Patterns in
motion photography. The Indian GOt f,r three days, or 75c for : 11-15-tf
i; their 25 words or less. Money must
players present passion
the advertisements for this HORSE FOR SALE i WANTED-Position
r "Hiawatha." Produced under the direction insertions will be made on credit.FOR I a large family horse, nine as dairyman;
I several years' experience; by mar- Ladies Dress Goods
l' of Mr. F. E. Moore. One hundred old, that I wish to sell, and I ried man. Call on or address L II. ,

scenes, two hundred Indians. Af' SALE I and harness. The horse will Jarrett, 205 West Pine St11.29-tf /
anywhere. Will have this Men) Women Child en'sluslin
prop- -
enacted Indians ,
magnificent spectacle by' ,
FOR SALE-Acme j here next Wednesday. Apply to I LOST-Ape gold watch chain, between -
to whom the performance is as form. 405 South Lake : Rowe, Davis & McNeill building. I Bank and Trust Co. and S. F. and Knit Underwear i

j' solemn as the Passion Play is fo the I Foundry. Return to Sentinel and receive -
FOR SALE-A horse.
peasant actors of Oberammergau. I reward. 12-4-3t
Schultz, Formosa, Fla.
Some facts about the production: I I
J The characters are all Indians. The ,,FOR SALE-House and lot; I I I now. The Photography Evans Parlors, one block Boys School Suits
Broadway, Amelia
pictures were taken qn Indian reser Summerlin on I .north of Court house. Phone 125.
, street. Mrs. FURNISHED ROOM, for
vations. The costumes and customs inson, 301 Concord avenue. !!I I couple; breakfast if desired; 11-26-tf

f are absolutely correct. The product : family. 202 E. Robinson Ave.
I! LOST-Silver Shrine pin, size of half McCULLOCH'SDEPARTMENT
tion is endorsed by the American Museum FOR SALE-Anything in
t dollar; also an old fashioned gold
of Natural History and the Real Estate. Orange I FOR RENT on the east end bar pin with mosaic setting. Returnto
r Company. Lake Ivanhoe, furnished or un- Sentinel office and receive reward.
l American Scenic and Historic Preservation -
12-3-3t 11-28-Gt STORE I
! Society. The press pronounces FOR SALE-Anything in ----- t
of Indian life Real Estate. Orange RENT Seven room house, fur- '
f it the only true picture WANTED-Work by four reliablemen.
Company. Apply 502 South Lake St.
t ever made. A complete musical I I' Will accept positions together -

score has been composed for the pro- FOR SALE OR I I or otherwise. Experienced and I
r Next
duction. As great an achievement in rooms and bath; all I I TO RENT-Complete I can. N.give 0.,best Sentinel of AddressM. 12-5-3t Door to Evan's Jewelry StoreOTWATER I
East South street. five reasonable.
on rooms; price.
historic value as the reproduction by 1
i Manuel, city. at this office. 12-6-lt O'I'I .tOIII"'i"ee"le'll "t.e'lt'r" A $
the printing press of the Declaration] I STOLEN-One Columbia chainless *

t of Independence. Parents should take j FIVE PASSENGER AUTO ; IS FOR RENT for light house-" I bicycle, 1901 model, spring frame. ------
new mechanical condition; $ with all conveniences. 307 $3 reward for information as to its
their children. Children will take't
whereabouts additional reward if
I $5
or equity in city lots. Box street. 12-3-lm ;
their parents. 12-4-4t evidence to convict thief is furnished.F. '

; Admission 5 and 10 cents. 2t I RENT-To one or two young _N. Boardman, city.AGRICULTURAL .
t. FOR SALE, CHEAP- of good habits, pleasant front -
i Underwood typewriter; in refined family. Address A. B., blasting ditching, '
Lakeland's chautauqua will be held dition. A. N. Goodwin, at Sentinel. 11-30-lw subsoiling, tree planting, stump i1!, } !

from February 12th to 22nd mclu-i Crate Co.'s office. t blowing, orchard renovating; land '
; J-
1 I RENT-New furnished rooms in cleared ready for the plow. Dynamiteand . ,'.
sive. The program is said to be of modern home 1 ,, .'
FOR SALE-A large ; every conven supplies. Estimates cheerfully .ufof l / ..
f. the finest type. lot North ; kitchenette if desired; reason- furnished. L. N. Lewis, 406 East St., V\1HEN
on Orange (
reasonable. Address or call Fairview'r 14 E. Amelia avenue, next door Orlando, Fla. 11291wW [j F{ ; .
Wyoming. 12.4-1wk : J '-, -
The commissioners of Dade I Reel at the Steam Laundry. f1i I
county ---- ---- )
? i
know that JtJ { it ; !' YO
-Everybody to \ U
county have opened bids for the site DON'T DELAY, but get ) I|I RENT-Well furnished rooms I now is the time to plant citrus \ J Ilft J : t "
of court house. The old, yet Photos now at the !!I light housekeeping; bath, hot "
a new I ;' I trees, rose bushes, and plants of all &/ 11 ; f
cold water electric lights and flI"I'g
"new" court house, has proved inad- one block north of court ; kinds, and that I have a very large '.4 .
I : "
close in. 312 N. 1ft.
Main St. ,
125. ; l I. ', \
: ; TIT
equate for the transaction. of the __ ___ _ I,I I and varied stock of the best varieties."Bill" liI ;;': "t \ ; "
1: "J _
i __ Speer, 406 South Hughey St. "
county hr \,\
ll-29-6t!) { ,
ern two-story house; RENT-Furnished house, ten \li1 i' ", I/ij; ', .. .
: \ -
bath and sleeping porch. i]I and sleeping porch; central- f1f ,1 i i: ; i : % ;.: ':; __ POSSIBLY
At a recent meeting of the Miami America street. ; suitable for either one or WHY PAY exorbitant rent or board? A do not knowthat

board of trade it was decided to post- I{t families. Address F. G. Rush, Why not buy a little home? Buyit \ : l( i 11\1 :"
SALE-New residence Illll\\\
FOR 11-26-tf of the owner and save the agent'scommission. \ r an unlimitedtI

pone the Miami winter festival, derson street. Terms, I!'I Address B., Box 178. \ \ \\.1\\. \ .j!;.I.. t 1' I ,4. supply of hot

scheduled for January 5th, for one balance two years time. RENT-Large, well furnished 11-30-lm.: ""l ,hit I' ,'. r ,1
year. Work has just commenced tear- premises afternoons, or E. to persons wishing suburban water-hot water
Caruthers & Gore Sanitary I I also WANTED-To exchange a vacant lot when want it-hot it-is
ing up the streets of the city prepar- ; 2 acres good you as long as you want
6 and 8 E. Pine St.
Concord Orlando for
land close in. Good on avenue, a
atory to putting down paving and it I i for right person. Address opportu-"A," five-passenger car, Ford or Overland now inexpensively obtained without any further

" was found impossible to have the FOR SALE I 9-8tf preferred, 1913 or 1914 model; must thought than you give to turning on

streets in condition for the festival Five-room bungalow, with be in A-No. 1 condition. J. 0. Evans, or off the gas light. Unless you have
Maitland Fla. 11.30-tf
sleeping porch. 506 :; ,
any time near the date formerly
Concord Park. Lot 67x230 MISCELLANEOUS seen or heard about the wonderful
agreed on, so it was thought bestto 12.1-lmo. NOTICE

postpone it for a year. Ruud AutomaticGas
i.: In Circuit Court, Seventh Judicial Circuit,
FOR SALE I I NEW for Xmas at Orange County, Florida-In Chancery.
House and grove at Fair Evans Parlors, No. 100 North Samuel D. Lee Water Heaterthis
Lake county has joined its sistersof acres, of which three acres Phone 125. 1-26-tf \s. Divorce.

Orange and Seminole in the move- budded grapefruit; I' Helena It appears Lee. from the affidavit of Samuel D. sounds like pretty big, claim,but like {
ment for better highways, adding its house of 8 rooms; good ''I -A small red book, memoran- Lee herein duly filed in which he states that all ingenious devices, it is extremely simple. i
link to the hard roads chain. While :ive winter hdme. Apply at Finder leave at this office he is the complainant herein. The Ruud is usually installed in the baseAJ
reward. 123.3t Affiant further says that the defendant
11-15-lm ment, to the house
Orange and Seminole have decided on Helena Lee, is a resident of the state of ordinary piping. The CJJT ,
Georgia but that her place of abode and mere act of turning on any hot water faucet
brick highways, Lake will, try the oil. FOR SALE-New modern -A second-hand buckboard address is to .iffiant unknown. That it is starts the heater in operation. The water
She will soon have 200 miles of hard, cottage; 10 minutes I!| light spring wagon. Caruthers affiant's belief Sand knowledge that the defendant is heated instantly-pure, unlimited hot
postoffice, and in rapidly 12-3-3t. is over the age of twenty-one years. water, fit to drink as it is to bath in. Closing
oiled roads in the county, at a four- That there is no person in the state of Flor-
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section. Small payment the faucet turns off the gas in the heater- ,
ida service whom subpoena will bind *
mill increase in taxation. Instead ofa terms. Also, fine corner -Last Thursday, one oil lamp, the defendant upon a without a moment's waste of fuel.

junk lot of clay and straw roads, cash, balance on easy i I I Winter Park road. Reward if That he makes this affidavit for serviceby See the Ruud Operated at the Co

costing 8 mills, we shall have hard I dress A. B., care Sentinel. ; to H. T. Lattner, Orlando. the publication defendant.You in good faith and not to annoy Office

surfaced roads for 12 mills. There FOR SALE-I have two : are therefore ordered to appear to bill

was great rejoicing here when the strands of well seasoned RENT-Well' furnished rooms, of February complaint 2nd, herein A. D. duly 1914 filed the same on Monday being a, Orlando Water &

. county's verdict was known.TavaresNote ly large timber. I will I modern home, near in; electric rule day of said court. And it is further Light Company
Brands in Orlando at $ bath, hot and cold water; large ordered that this notice be published once a
in Times-Union. me, R. F. D. 1, or leave room with fireplace. 114 East week for eight successive weeks in the South GAS DEPARTMENT
Florida Sentinel a published in
Dickson & Ives.. J. W. St. 12-6-3t Orlando in said county newspaper and state. .
12-3-lwk Witness B. M. Robinson, Clerk of said
A. D. Galbraith, D. V. S., the vet- SPORT FISHING at Oakland, Court, and the official seal thereof this the

erinary surgeon, located at T. J.Mathers' FOR SALE Motor boats and fish boats 4th day of .December A. D. 1913.B. r
43 acres, located three by Paul Rhodey. Phone or- M. ROBINSON, Clerk.
livery stable. Phone 14. By C A VIVIAN, Deputy Clerk.
west of Orlando, on S. A. L. A. J. Willis & Co.'s store. Jones & Jones,

. 11-13-tf. Fairvilla Station, on Lake Attorneys for Complainant

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We want to thank our friends for their liberal patronage I

during our great Stock Reducing Sale and assure all. that

your patronage has been thoroughly appreciated.

It has been our purpose to serve the ,people of ORANGE

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

goods at the lowest prices consistent for good merchandise.It .

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

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

satisfactorily than in the past. .

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

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

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

uine bargains'on every item in our store. .

: Kincaid &/ SnowclenFURNITURE



: Cor. Main and Pine Streets' Orlando, Florida


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'THE CAR WITH A CONSCIENCE" Sunday Dinner 11.30 to 2 p.m. Price 50 Cents.

Prompt and Courteous Attention Given to all Patrons.


IY u Chicken Broth with Rice

Lettuce Tomatoes

Short Ribs of Beef Brown Sauce

Roast Turkey, Oyster Dressing Cranberry Sauce

Banana Fritters Creamed Potatoes

Model 43 Chassis: Five-passenger touring car. Wheel base is 116 Inches; double drop frame. Steamed Rice String Beans
Motor 41-4 x 51-4'; four cylinders, cast in pair3; unit power plant; cone dutch; selective type trans mis-
sion'; German silver "V" shaped radiator, square tn.. type; Stromberg carburetor; full floating rear Vanilla Ice Cream
axle: New Departure bearings; tires, 35 x 41-2; Improved Delco electric starting, lighting and ignition Chocolate Sauce
system. Gasoline capacity, 21 gallons, tank carried at rear, pressure feed; Standard demountable rims Cake
10 inch upholstering; nickel trimmings; body, steel; colors: blue or gray, black running gear. Prices Tea Coffee
fully equipped: Touring car, $1,875 delivered. Other models $1,150 to $3,000. Milk


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Saturday marked an era in fishing ing repaired, to watch a man drive I tenantless for very long. No desirable -
annals in Fernandina. On that day nails and saw boards. And this, not-] property, attractively advertised,
the largest and finest fishing smack I. withstanding there were dozens of! ever does stand vacant for many days.
ever built in that port was launched. other men at similar work in other One would suppose that every prop- 4MMMMMMt4fg
The vessel measures 60 feet in length I I parts of the city, and none of them. erty owner, and every real estate
with IC-foot beam, net tonnage about I had any one watching except the boss. agent, knew this fact by this time. =?HMMMMMMMIMMMI'HMMMMMMMIMMt "" I OILb tttitttttntIntttItmS
35 tons. The boat is handsomely and !The reason so many watched the oth- But the most obvious facts are '
completely equipped with all cabin !er fellow was because he was a blind learned but slowly-sometimes only 'IIIIIIII' ,
comforts and the owner, W. C. Ham- man, and could do the work as wellas after long continued losses of rent *tMIMMiMMM
ilton, is very proud of her. others who have both eyes. Possi- income-by some over-conservative
bly they were so morbid that they I people.
What is said to be the largest citrus wished to hear him use some blind There are property owners in this
grove in Florida, if not in the profanity in the event that he pounded -I city who would not, under any circumstances OrlandoWater ,
United Statese, will be planted a few his thumb or sawed his finger. !I "lose a day" in commencing -
miles from Viking, where the Indian I a Sentinel want ad. for tenants.
River Fruit company has purchased Former Governor Albert W. Gil- But they are not apt to preach that & Light Co.
1,100 acres and will begin develop- christ has announced his retirement doctrine to others. They simply apply :
ments on a large scale with a view to from the senatorial race. He gives as it to their own affairs, lettingthe
setting out the whole tract to orange his reason that he was unable to secure other folks know by experience.
and grapefruit trees. Frank Armstrong a business manager for his private ElectricityGas
R. N. Koblegard and asso- affairs who would attend to his
ciates are the incorporators' and a business as well as he could, and sees Water Ice
bond issue of $500,000 has been made, financial independence if he 'remainsout the Florida-In Circuit Court Chancery.W. of Orange. County. Stateof
the proceeds of which are to be used of politics and devotes,himself to I' J. Waddell
in the development of the property. business. After he has made his pile Oterstreet vs. Turpentine Bill Company to Quiet et Title.alTo
Operations of clearing will begin at the Punta Gorda statesman will probably -I mont J. :E .Buxton, Middletown Springs, Ver- Office---No. 18 West Central Avenue
once and no efforts will be spared to fling his hat in the ring again. You are hereby required to appear on
applying the most approved scientific Monday, the fifth day of January. 1314. to
the bill filed in the caused above entitled
methods in fruit growing to make DONT LOSE A DAY against you and others, in this Court It is Telephone No. 6
this grove one of the most product- further ordered that this order be publishedonce
in each week for four successive weeksin
ive.-Miami Herald. With tenantless property on your the South Florida Sentinel a newspaper
hands. Sentinel advertising is as important printed Witness in my Orlando hand Orange and the county seal ,of Florida.the said " ; . ... ,. I'
: Tampa has so large a population of to you as it is to the biggest I Court at the Court House at Orlando, Orange 1 11"1,11..11111111',1111,111.111111,1.11,1,1IIIIIIII'IIII.
"County State of Florida this 4th day of
the idle rich that "scores of them" merchant in town. December, 1913.
gathered in a building that was e-I No desirable property need remain Clerk Circuit Court I




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

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

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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
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house is in first class condition and can be bought with or without ti

furniture but must be seen to be appreciated. Wide commodious One lot 66x138 on Livingston Avenue, between Broadway and

verandas, partly screened ;{ Lockhart Avenues, second block 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. i 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 building -

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

I with orange, grapefruit, tangerine and kumquat trees. make money. Will gladly show any or all'1 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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ence: in dramatic work. All performed

very creditably, evidencing the care '
J and skill of Miss Deaderick's training - Our1I ; ( ([ ?\\'V.i\ "' : "\ '(
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the characters who held the =
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;. first play, Miss Grace Tilden in L:1 3ty enforcement of lav and order thro1
the difficult role of'the orphan girl
THESTATE and Miss Clella Avery in the leading force of arms.
farcical part, did exceptionally well.
. In "Too Much Married," Clarence Til- := T1Il. t14\ \adI1.I t :
den carried off the leading role with
Jiy experimental stations and free reports
BANK strength and skill, while Mr. Bilwin- ,
kle as the Irish gardener who dressesup of their discoveries.
as one of the wives, and Miss Yan-
cey as the sentimental old maid TJIE FUTURE; :
of Orlando were effective indeed. The cast of __
characters for the evening was as -- 3iy compulsory education, and conservation

follows: L:1 of natural resources.
1893 -MR. 'GRACE'S SHIRT"Horace

Greensmith ______u______ THE FINANCE
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______________ Richard Cornelison I
; LONG ESTABLISHEDSAFE Amanda _____________ Grace Tilden jty direct supervision of specific Tanks and :I

Celeste ______________ Clella Avery
i only those banks arc permitted to !>c called 1
Clem (Mrs. Calloway) __________
CONSERVATIVEACCOMMODATING __________________ Elsie Broward "National" banks and to keep government
Rose Jordan _______ Hedwig Koegel
Madame Remy _____n_ Maud Enlow == .

Henshaw"TOO MUCH_n___MARRIED"Bob Clarence Tilden deposit.Uiitdl

I Jerry Finnegan rErnest Bulwinkle 1Tk; ; \ (

.; I, Deacon Silas Smith n___________ \ StatesIkpositoy t :
__________n__ Richard Cornelison I
: Sally ____________ Loraine Durrance == '-' /
: Miss Cordelia ___un Sarah Yancey
Between the plays, while the scenery >>
: was being shifted, Miss Dorothy
: Wallace played a Canzonetta by R. ;
: Friml on the violin, accompanied on = ,
t : the piano by Mrs. Berkeley Blackman -
tI I Miss Wallace has already won "It: is a pleasure to serve you."
ttiiiiiiiiiiiiI her place among Rollins people as ==
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REV. FATHER DEVERYI verses, that He will give His flesh violinists the music department has i=' 1lyIl' 'I':"':"l 1111'1 i I'l III I I I'" ,J I 11liiil':- ';",''';;'i''!! ;:''il'ij-IPI I'I nill I;:U: IIiIWIi I I:II::i" ::;;,': :! ,': ;,I', :" , '" ': ' :,'''';II i';: '" I" I ::!,' 'e j ,,i'l':!II 1ijl; IjiII!- I IIIiil I!:I I:' ,.. -
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LFCTURED ON THE EUCHARIST j jf and blood to be the food of souls. ,i' I.- : ; ;: il'l'''':I' : I 'IIII'I,I, :;:: '!":;!::" ''' :;I\I ,,1 ; :' '; :''Ill'I: 1 I '''' "I 'I: i'' "!111 j!I'il'I:'',t'I!' '>:I I I '; Ill i:
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f As a preface to his lecture on the ]literal view of His expressions, but number with great delicacy and pre- --- --------------- --- -- --------- ------ - -- -- ----

;, Eucharist last night, Father Devery I confirms them in it formally, explicitly cision, and much artistic feeling, and :ttttll&.III.I.IIII.111111111' .. 4 ) .IIIII'I.I oe..I..O.I.I..111Iltt.IIII.II..t.. ..
that it is the central doc- and repeatedly.
i explained was given a hearty encore by the au- ;
doetrine| "Finally His own discpiles mur- dience. Mrs. Blackman accompanied,
t: ," he said, "that gives solemnity mured against Him.! 'This is a hard as usual, well nigh perfectly, and YOWELL'Smvi1
-1 to our services and makes our churches saying,' they complained, and manyof their-number gave assurance of great
'.' for us the temples of the living them turned away and left Him. things in future concerts during the
J God, for the teaching of the Catholic Once more our Lord would have been year. Rollins has always been unusually : *
f Church is that our Lord does abide bound in honor and justice not to let fortunate in the members of its

|, with us, and that in the sacrament them go and apostatize from Him on musical faculty, and yet never have
'- of communion lie is really and personally a false impression of His words. But Rollins people had more cause to congratulate -
present for our strength, he allowed. them to go, and simply themselves on this department -
peace, consolation and hope. This turned to his apostles with the quiet; than this year.
: doctrine is supported by the prom- and determined question, 'Will you I Dr. Eugene Swope, of Cincinnati,
St jse' of the Lord recorded in St. John also go?' This whole incident, these field agent of the Ohio Audubon So-
| ((6th chapter), the fulfillment of that unparalleled repetitions of Christ's ciety;who has been employed as fields
t promise at the Last Supper, and the words, this scandalizing of the agent by the Florida Audubon So- Begins Monday Dec. 1st
u teaching of St. Paul (I. Cor., 10th and this departure of the disciples; ciety for the winter months, has arrived ,
p and 11th'chapters). prove with finality that our Lord in Winter Park. He will visit r
.... "The sixth chapter of St. John, meant exactly what He said. about fifty cities and towns, address- and lasts 30 days
verse 48 to the, end, is full of state- "At the Last Supper our Saviour ing the public schools, giving lectures,
; ments, expressed most clearly and said over the bread and wine, 'This forming Junior Audubon Societies,
repeated most impressively, that our is my body; This is my blood. He and soliciting members for the state
:r Lord will give His flesh and blood to meant what He said here also, and society. Dr. Swope is the editor of Every article in this mammoth
be the food and the drink of men. gave power to have the same mighty the little magazine, "The Blue Bird,"
'The bread that I will give is my consecration continue forever in the and is an accomplished ornithologist, stock reduced.
flesh for the life of the world. Except words: 'Do ye this in commemorationof and an attractive and effective lec-
you eat the flesh of the Son off Me.' St. Paul tells us what the turer. The women's clubs of the state

:Man and drink His Wood, you shall early Apostolic Christians believed will co-operate with the Audubon Society Don't fail to the Aero-Plane Ascension
not have life in you. He that eateth concerning Holy Communion. In I. in his work. see -
flesh and drinketh blood hath Corinthians, chapters 10 and 11 the
my my ,
Prof. James Kellogg, head of the
,I 'everlasting life. My flesh is meat indeed great apostle says that Christ is department of biology of Williams it will play every day next week !
and blood is drink in the ,
my indeed. really present sacrament, and College, Mass., who is now enjoyinghis
He that eateth my flesh and drinkethmy that whoever will partake thereof sabbatical year, is spending the the weather permitting from the ofT
blood abideth in me and I in him. unworthily shall be guilty of the body winter here with his family. Prof. top
r He that eateth me, the same also and blood of Christ; and shall eat Kellogg is one of the first authorities
.will live by me.' These remarkable and drink damnation, not discerning in the shellfish, and is de-
country on
words were understood in their plain, the body of the Lord." voting much of his time this winter to
asked literal meaning themselves by in the Jews who special studies in this field. His N w Yoe11-Piiekwort1i 1 [ ft Builthllg i

amazement: A fine house in an undesirable situation daughter, Emilie, who is a student in ,
'How can this man give us his flesh I
never is satisfactory. There i is Mount Holyoke college, is taking /
to eat?' Now if our Lord meant satisfaction even in a house of modest work in the corresponding classes at
something else besides what His Everybody welcome.
pretensions if the situation is right Collins, and another daughter is :
words declare, if He wished not to You will make no mistake if you put studying in the academy. His younger :
be taken literally but as speaking in that house you are thinking of building children are entered in the public I
symbol and figure, He would have school in Winter Park. The :
for a home, on one of those de town is
been bound in honor to correct the sirable Gatlin lots that Jansen has for: fortunate in having excellent public :
misapprehension of the Jews; He sale. 12-5-tf: schools, which are under the care of :
could not have N. P. YOWELL
allowed them to remain Mrs. Orrie Layton, and four other I
under so dreadful a delusion. accomplished teachers. Mrs. Layton '
But what is His answer! His answeris The quickest and cheapest employ is! a graduate of Alfred university, ,
a solemn and emphatic repetition ment agency is the Sentinel want ad '
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course at Rollins. A number - - -- --
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have come to Winter Park for the FJI- Uj]

education of their children, placingthe
older ones in the college or acad-
emy, and the younger in the public
schools, and this has proven a very
satisfactory arrangement.LUCERNETHEATR. Christmas
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L I!E o most have complete now in stock readinessa of o

5 per cent off for Cash on :

Casings and TubesFull AT THE PROPRIETORS LUCERNE Gifts for Christmas

Three Reels of Pictures '
Line of Supplies and Parts Carried in Stock (5-People-5) o Any article
All Week
Livery Service I I Two Vaudeville Acts Each Night 11 Come and See
: One Tabloid Act

t : "Heart of a Rose" (Reliance). JewteO

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