The daily sentinel
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Title: The daily sentinel
Uniform Title: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 1 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando Fla
Creation Date: December 11, 1913
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1913.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 1, no. 269 (Dec. 20, 1913).
General Note: J.F. Schumann, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 4 (Feb. 14, 1913).
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Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075051
oclc - 34297092
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System ID: UF00087112:00323
 Related Items
Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Succeeded by: Morning sentinel

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Direct Service Postal Telegraph until 2 a. m. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY.' Orhuulo, -Pintfie.xsi\e Center of the State.


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POSITIONSTAffIGATSTANDSTIIL i !| Tax Assessor Arthur Butt is in Shrprise was created in circuit I

receipt of letters from the state tax court yesterday morning when Dan

JUDGE PERKINS SAYS COURT commission and Governor Trammellin Jackson, colored, who had been indicted TELEGRAM WAS SENT TO PRESIDENT -

to letters addressed by him by the jary for first degree -

I 1 to those officials in regard to the recently murder for the killing of George
promulgated requirement of Bland another negro, and had plead.

the commission for assessing prop- ed not guilty when arraigned Monday
TEMPERATURE TAKES A DROP Commenting yesterday on the num- An interestnig meeting of the Or- THOUGH liE THINKS BEST FEA.
erty at its true cash value. afternoon, withdrew the plea and en-
MISERY OF ber of cases continued for the term, lando Peace Society was held last TURES OF SUCH STATUTES
AND RENDERS Mr. Butt wanted to know what tered a plea of guilty of second de.
Judge James W. Perkins said to a evening in the Tea Room, Mrs. Christ SHOULD BE EMBODIEDIN
THE SUFFERERS MORE measures would be invoked to cause gree murder.It .
for the Sentinel .
: presiding.The
THAN EVER reporter tax assessors to comply with the order I may be said that more than the FEDERAL CODE
ACUTE "There is much criticism of the president made a brief talk,
of the commission. He sought usual interest attached to the case on
courts for the slow in the mentioning the enthusiasm evincedover
to the Sentinel progress information. The attitude taken by account of the mature age of the defendant Special to the Sentinel.
disposition of business, and it is as- the organization of the Peace Dec. 10.-President
to.-The Washington,
Dallas, Tex., Dec. great Mr. Butt was that the assessors had and his respectable reputation
south. sumed by the public that the court Society, and stating that during its Wilson today outlined his plans for
flood continues to move slowly no guarantee that the state levy and bearing. His victim was of
himself is to blame; in any event the brief existence ninety members had the control of the trusts to Chairman
ward. Rosenburg and Bay City were would be reduced in accordance with about the same age. Jackson appears -.
stands in court has to bear the burden of the been enrolled, and forty-five dollars Clayton and to the house judiciary
inundated today, and water the increase in returns, nor had he to be about fifty years of age
criticism. This is unjust, for in a placed in the treasury. .
the streets from five to six feet deep. any knowledge that other assessors and makes a neat appearnce. He is committee.The
large majority of the cases the Mrs. Christ outlined the work ol doesn't believe that
which had people's president
In spite of the warnings were going to comply with the commission's said to have preached upon occasions,
lawyers at fault and the the various committees needed, and laws be
are New appliedto
the the Jersey can
been sent broadcast over country order and raise their as- and he looks the part. George Bland

several lives were lost today. Two censure should rest where it properly sessments. was shot from ambush several weeks I was instructed by the society to appoint the country, and he is opposed to

and belongs. I 1 : all chairmen and other workers. the plan of a commission to execute
were drowned at Rosenburg one The commission replies in a lengthy ago on the Winter Park road while
"I adopted a rule at the last term Miss Branham accepted the chairmanship the anti-trust laws.
at Bay City.It letter, the gist of which is that the on the way home from a lodge meet-I
the waters that when a case was called it shouldbe of the educational committee lie stated that he believed in per.
is expected that flood law requires assessors to assess property ing. The evidence aganist Jackson,I
tried, dismissed or continued- Mrs. Frederic Bellows the chairmanship for the offenders
sonal as
will reach the gulf tomorrow or Fri. at its true cash value, and that while strong, was wholly circumstantial i penalties
continue their that it must be disposed of. The result of the literature committeethe I the surest remedy for the trust evil
Rescue parties and State's D.
day. each assessor is bound by his oath Attorney Cary
has been that a great number of chairmen of the legislative, and asked the committee to
work, and removed hundreds today to do his duty regardless of what Landis agreed to the plea of guilty of The president
have been continued. Why is Peace Sunday committees are yet to
cases recommend legislation
from perilous-situations. Many remain other assessors do, and leave any second degree murder. Judge Per-
this? It is simply because the lawyers be appointed.Mrs. the Sherman anti-trust act which
marooned. lapse on the part of others to the tax kins pronounced life sentence on
to all are not ready for trial, and in C. G. Wescott, who was elect- shall embody the best provisions of
have been sent partsof who
Supplies commission to straighten out. This Jackson, received it in a most
most instances the attorney for the ed to the office of secretary and treas- laws monopolies and
and conditions the state against
the flood district, letter is supplemented by a letter addressed unconcerned manner, and left the,
But complainant is the party upon whom urer, at the initial meeting was unaware combines in restraint of trade.
improved tonight. in the of
generally are to the commission by the gov- court room custody a deputy
should rest the blame for delaying of her nomination and unable
few towns remain in the path of the ernor in which he says that the gov- with an air of relief. Attorney C. B.

waters, and they have been practically zction. The defendant usually doesn'tcare ernor has authority to reduce millage ilobinson represened Jackson. I to accept. CONSULS[
how much or how long the case W. S. Branch, Jr., was unanimously I PRESIDENT
deserted. levied for general revenue and pen- Isaiah Grady, another negro, indicted -
is continued, so when the attorney for elected to this office.
Railroad and wire communicationare sons, and that this will be done if the for the murder of his wife, I
the complainant before the Mrs. Christ spoke of the impossi i GOVERNMENT\ ERS"IP t
at a standstill. The temperaturetook appears assessors do their duty and make the went to trial at two o'clock yesterday
court and says that he is not ready togo I bility of her continuing in the presidency
a sudden drop tonight a returns in accordance with the law. afternoon, and when court adjournedat ;
to trial and has secured the con- and requested the society to .
added to the misery of I
drizzling rain In a letter to Mr. Butt the gover- dark a jury had just been secured.
rent of the defendant's attorney fora elect a successor. Mr. W. R. O'Nealwas
. the refugees. nor says that if the assessors do not Two special venires had to be summoned I
... continuance there is nothing left for elected unanimously.
follow the law: that the. commission before the required twelve had 1 POSTMASTER GENERAL ON
the judge to do ,except to grant the Ml -J-- A motion was carried that the Or-
i may recommend the removal of the been placed in the jury box. A number THE SUBJECT
FAKE POLITICAL RALLY icquest He can not force the lawyers lado Peace Society send a telegramto
assessor who fails. He says, "My objected to capital. punishment,
to go into the trial of a case President Wilson, commending his
recollection of the law is that where r.nd were excused.
GATHERED GOOD CROWD when their clients are absent, in other policy in the Mexican situation. Washington, Dec. 10.-Government
tax assessors fail to do their duty it This jury had the distinction of
tales probably, or service has not Following is the telegram, which ownership of telegraph and telephonelines
then becomes the duty of the tax being the first to occupy the sleeping
teen secured on witnesses. I is said to be the first telegraphic: throughout the country is being
commission to prefer charges against Ciuarters prepared in the top story of
considered by President Wilson -
"Lawyers are dilatory in this respect I message sent to President Wilson seriously
MANY ATTENDED TO HEAR them and ask for their removal for the court house for detained juries.
and there should be a reform. from Orlando: .
SPEAKERS AND GET IN failure to perform their duty. As I The upper part of the court house I
(I The business of the courts is impededand Woodrow Wilson, President of the Conferences between the presidentand
PICTURE recall the law this is the method pro- was lighted last night for the firsttime
THE j j General Burleson had
I cases are continued from one I( United States, Washington, D. C.- Postmaster
vided for an enforcement of a compliance in a long while and the jurymen
term to another without any reasonable !The Orlando Peace Society, number led to a gathering of information
with the tax law." spent the early part of the even-
The moving picture people were excuse, and this is a cause for ing ninety members, and affiliated about the practical working of gov-
Interesting developments are likelyto ing around the fire in the court room
again busy yesterday making scenes the people who have business in the I'with the American Peace Society of ernment ownership in those nations
follow the of playing cards, reading, smoking and I
attempt the tax
for the "Romance at Orlando" pic- courts to find great dissatisfaction com- II( Washington, heartily commends your where such a system is in operation.The .
mission to raise the assessments to talking. The jury is composed of
ture which is being made here. with the manner in which their af- :[judicious policy of deliberation and subject will be discussed at some
their true cash value. A prominent Carl Jansen, Peter Oleson Wm.
Scenes were made at Evans' jew- fairs are neglected." I diplomacy in dealing with the Mexican length in the postmaster general's report -
lawyer stated to a reporter for the Mo'seley, J. S. Lovelace, R. T. Peel,
elry store, at the offices of Carl Dann Judge Perkins said further that he problem. We earnestly hope you I soon to be made public, thoughit
J. 0. Collins D. D. Hunter A. Hun-
Sentinel yesterday that he didn't be- ,
and B. Beacham, and two pictureswere thought witnesses should be paid as will continue the same policy in this is by no means assured that he
lieve the commission would be able to ter, D. Quina, John Mainor, G. C.
taken at the home of Mr. Dannon much as jurors. It is a hardship on and subsequent difficulties. (Signed) will make any positive recommendations.
Mahon and .J. II. Caldwell.
carry out their plan with much suc
Orange avenue. people to give up their business and Elizabeth Abbott Christ, president; .
cess. He was of the opinion that the Attorneys W. L. Tilden and Victor
In the afternoon a crowd gatheredat travel long distances and be detained W. S. Branch, Jr., secretary." The postmaster general saw the
best the commission could do would Starbuck were appointed by the courtto
the band stand to witness political from day to day at court for the miserable The society plans to have an attractive president for a few minutes today
be to work out and submit of defend Grady. The trial of the
speeches made by Geo. C. Keller, who pittance of a dollar a day. The a plan booth at the Orange county and while they did not discuss the

posed as mayor, and who by the way time was, said the judge, when a equalization to the governor for leg- tase will continue today. fair, where they will distribute in subject Mr. Burleson as he left the
islative action at the next session. The grand jury, which finished its
bears a striking resemblance to Maurice man attending court could brin; his structive literature.A White House said that on previous occasions -
work Monday afternoon made
Costello, the great Vitagraphhero. skilfet and blanket with him and no list of the members follows: when he discussed the ques-

Speeches were also made by camp on the outskirts of town and HUERTA'S FAMILY WILL general presentment. Judge Perkins Mr. and Mrs. Mahlon Gore, Mr. and tion with the president he had found
i is of the opinion that such work as
Joe Cheney and Jenkins Dolive. The manage to get out on the compensation Mrs. M. 0. Overstreet, Mr. and Mrs. his mind open and receptive to infor-
this takes time needlessly in a
camera was turned on the large crowd but it wasn't so now. For that I up C. II. Baker, Mr. and Mrs. J. Schnarr.Mr. mation.
BE GIVEN and he
cases, impressedthis
which cheered the speakers. Amongthe reason Judge Perkins said that he PROTECTIONi many and Mrs. C. G. Wescott Mr. and Though bills have been drafted by
in his to the
charge jury.
well known characters who were had instructed the clerk to pay thosegrand I I i Mrs. G. R. Ramsey, Mr. and Mrs. R members of congress looking to gov-

in the crowd were T. E, F. Hoskins, jurors living out of town for J. Waldron, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Pat- ernment ownership none has been

Chief Wm. Dean, W. P. Watson, two days' service. The jury finishedin IF A REQUEST IS MADE ON ST. PETERSBURG PLANS terson, Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Branham.Mr. agreed upon as an administrationmeasure
Charlie Thompson and numbers of less than a day of actual work, but I UNITED STATES FOR SUCH I Mr. Mrs. H. Benedict Dr. and : while the result of Mr.

other citizens, even the old negro adjourned too late Monday to allow ASYLUM i Mrs. C. D. Christ: ; Messrs. W. R I Burleson's investigations are being
1 St Petersburg, Dec. 10.-A school
Garey, whom everybody knows. II the visiting jurymen to return home. I O'Neal, Jos. L. Guernsey, P. V. Phil awaited.
for aviators is to be opened in St
This afternoon at one o'clockan i Special to the SentineLWashington the lips, E. F. Sperry, N. P. Yowell, V "There is no doubt," said Mr. Burle-
Petersburg according to
exciting fire scene will be enactedat TAMPICO REPORTED TO BE Dec. 10.-The United plans of a which manufactures present I W. Estes E. G. Duckworth, L C. son, "that the inauguration of the

the residence of B. Beacham on UNDER FIRE OF REBELS States will give asylum to the Huerta flying company boats. The school wouldbe -I Massey, W. S. Branch, W. E. Martin parcel post and the postal savings

North Orange avenue. The Orlando I I family in case such a reques tis made J. E. Groves, II. G. Martin, V. S system; has given a tremendous impetus -
conducted by the
fire department will turn out and ;Special ,to the Sentinel ,'I that they be allowed to take refuge same companywhich |: Starbuck, G. A. Flooding Geo. Lewis, to the desire of people all over the
proposes to put on an airboat I
there will likely be a crowd to see the Mexico City, Dec. 10.-It is officially -Jon a war vessel. I Ii service between St Petersburg and Gerald Huriburt, J. Horace Smith, E. country to have the government own

excitement. stated that the rebels began an :i The state department takes the at- Tampa and return. +I H. Gore, F. A. Curtis, Jas. H. Bryce the means of communication every

attack on Tampico this morning and titude that nothing in the relations' I W. H. Robertson, P. B. Martin, P. B. where. It is a subject involving two
The school was to have been located
INVITATION TOURNAMENTAT fighting has continued all day. It between the two countries prevents' at Jacksonville but the :I Wicoff, T. H. Fuller, H. H. DicksonA. and three hundred million dollars and

GOLF CLUB FRIDAY was stated unofficially in the after- such acion. It has been reported that has about deeded that St. Petersburgis company Haden, W. S. Branch Jr., W. H. we must go very slowly in inquiringinto

.- noon that the rebels had been re- the dictator's relatives are en routeto a better place and will come here. Palmer, H. W. Fillman, J. W. Cook it. Every great nation except us

tournament will pulsed. Manzanillo, and might make such M. M. Smith, P. D. Smith, Dr. J. C. has adopted it.
An invitation golf
I The yacht basin will be used for
be held at the Country Club Friday.It I a request of Admiral Cowles of the 1 1 training grounds and it is expectedthat Howell, F. C. Boardman, tf ev. J. W. "When Sir Herbert Samuels, post-

will be an all day affair, and a WILSON COMES SOUTH California. That vessel reports her' about 200 pupils will attend the I Stagg A. A. Rickert, M. A. Safford, master general of Great Britain, was

dance at the club in the evening will Washington Dec. 10.-President departure today from Manzanillo tof;school. M. Fox, P.,. P. Cobb, W. L. Barge, E. here recently, I had two long talks

complete the plans for the occasion. Wilson is planning to spend his Yule- San Balas. Another ship will proba- I Gordon; Mesdames D. C. Thompson with him. It has proved a successin

bly be sent to Manzanillo. C. A. Dudley, Robt. Howe, tC. England. I don't want to make
The clubs of Ocala, Tampa, Jackson. tide holidays at some Southern resort SAYS WIFE DROVE HIM AWAY

ville and Kissimmee have been invited it was learned today, as he believes t French, M. A. Kepner, B. W. Burdett, any recommendations to congress un-

I to send representatives. There the currency bill will be passed SECRETARY OF EVERGLADES Louisville, Ky., Dec. 10.-Frank J. A. E. Fuller, J. M. Alden, E. A. Potts. til I am absolutely sure of my

. will be a match play. before Christmas.The I LAND COMPANY GIVES BAIL I Walker has filed suit for divorce from T. W. Mathews, Jas. McNeill, W. L ground."

Nuckolls, F. G. Hawley, I. F. Bellows.
president does not expect to. New York, Dec. 10.Mr. Frank I 1[Mrs. Clarice Walker, alleging improper -
A. G. Reed, T. A. Yancey, Helen
make his trust address to 29th BABY ARRIVES
congress conduct and that she drove him ,
TIlE WEATHER I j i Wright, A. B. Whitman, J. E. Foster.P. .
until late in -
January.Mr. I from home. They were married in, Stevens Point, Wis., Dec. 10.-Mr.
I Phillips, M. B. Davis Misses
fair I I j rested here recently upon request of:Macon, Ga., December 2, 1902. I Ii ; Mary and Mrs. Joseph Kostruck broke the
Florida: Generally Thursdayand Branham, Ruth Fulton, Clara Bauer.
I M. T. LaHatte, traveling representative the postal authorities in the West, record for babies when their twenty-
Friday. II Emma L Hainer, M. D. :\lcCull
I of the Dodson Printers waived examination in removal pro- i BASKET BALL l1gh, ninth offspring put in its appearance

Supply company, of Atlanta, is in the ceedings today, and furnished $5,000 I The girls of the Orlando high I CaryElwes.The Sunday.

Something useful and ornamentalcan city. Mr. LaHatte is the advance bail to insure his appearance in Kan school will play the Cathedral basket I I Mr. and Mrs. Kostruck don't think

be found at the Book, Stationery, agent of good cheer and carries gen- sas City, Mo., to answer a federal in- I ball team at the Armory, Friday I Ii foreign'shipments of phosphaterock that number too large. In fact, they

Music and Novelty Store of Curtis' & erous samples with him. He always dictment for using the mails to defraud -i evening, December 12th. Game calledat i from Florida during 1912 said they wouldn' tmind fi there wero

O'Neal, and the prices are rights I gets a warm welcome in Orlando. investors in land in Florida. 8 o'clock. Admission 25 cents. I I amounted to 1,203,005 tons. I a Jew more.



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ATTEND ADAMSON DINNER : IOllcllllttle.cll..tlt.llllllleltl.IJiI.ttIIOIII1IIIIS.lll . II.. .

Atlanta, Dec.-.-Atlanta will be J League in M
officially represented at the banquetto ORL4NDO BANK & TRUST COMPANY I
be given in New York to Robert :
Adamson, the Atlanta boy, who has

become nationally known through his ChargeThe Orlando I oricla.Capital .
association with New York politics,
his latest position being that of campaign !
Capital and Surplus) $125.000.00.;)
Purroy manager Mitchel.for Mayor-elect John : League will get the profits

Alfred C. Newell and William Hurd : Report of the Condition of

Hillyer have been named by Wilmer I, "' TIlE OCL.XDOK & TRUST
Dec. 12thfrom
Moore, president of the chamber of : Friday, COMPANY

commerce, as Atlanta's representative : At the close of business November

Mr.at Adamson the dinner.was formerly a news- :: the sale of the largest stock of A G427 17, 1913., Laws In of compliance Florida. with Chapter

paper man of Atlanta. He went to
Christmas shown in Orlan- :
New York, where he gained recognition : goods ever RESOURCES
and was appointed secretary to : Banking House, Furniture
the late Mayor Gaynor. rz < '. and Fixtures ..... ....$ 23,974.87!
As chairman of the campaign com- : 4 Loans and Discounts..... 396, Otj.5:
mittee of the successful fusionists, : Toy Automobiles, Electric Trains :: f Overdrafts ... ..... .... 406.9:

his work. contributed largely to the ..: Toys, Irish Mails Velocipedes Rock.ag Stocks, and Bonds ..... . 26,013,',;;
ore .* of Zm' aay cuteandtC: e. ') "i::> SS' "J>> p"J>> >>
<2ttaer: ts lavices. : reeagrcuteicc: <1l ?us ser: : Hbrses. Ec3: Carts, &3 Sd&, Cradles l1. K. ................ 1 ;l>11.$380,98J.I0.\\

Trunks Chairs Desks Tables 1 '
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UNCLE SAM WANTS MORE Dishes Blocks, Puzzles Mechanical LIABILITIES
MEN BEHIND THE GUNS 1 Capital Stock ............$100,000.00
Toys of all kinds and ocher Toys too 'p{ :. ; Surplus and Undivided

Washington, Dec. 9.-With all of 1 .r, ,... c, Profits ..............:. 32,166.62
the great gun batteries planned for numerous to mention.Dolls Deposits ................ 443,817.48
the United States seacoast defensesby :
the Endicott board twentysevenyears of all kinds and prices, dressed and undressed;
ago nearing completion, the .Schoemuts famous Art Dolls, Humpty-Dumpty Circuses, $580,984.10
Pianos, and Soldiers, Sailors and Policeman Suits.A -- ------
faces serious in the
army a problem _
... full line of Fine China in Salad Bowls Cake Plates '
; "
lack of artillerymen to man the for- t .. c M. M. SHini, President.W. .
tifications. and Regular Table Ware, Vases, etc.
This situation was brought to the Fine Handkerchiefs, Scarfs, Lace Collars, etc. t M. DAVIS, Vice-President.

attention of the war department today Fancy Neckwear, Hose and Suspenders in Christmas and G. E KOLW, C shier.
\\ United States Government State County Depository
in the annual report of Brigadier Boxes. Also a full line of Regular Goods. f 0< is
General E. M. Weaver, chief of coast The ladies will be in charge. . < >
"' 1 f I '4. N f C..H
... +++HI. JH
artillery. He reported that his corpsis t W H t.f 0 OWHv.. : I ) ,
at present short 477 officers and
11,280 enlisted men of the strength I : For
MoOTJLLOOE19SDepartment Economy and purV
required to man the defenses. To i E
add to the difficulty, he pointed out, '\ R'1 G H T ' chase power of your mon-
heavy drafts must be made upon the -REALTY & sEnD co '
corps to man the oversea defenses, : FOR REAL ESTATEThai's cy, Try Wright Farm
and after they have been provided for Store I Ih Business and
i \ Our Garden Seeds. in
there will remain but 319 officers and j Florida
, 7,267 regular coast artillery troopsfor i Orlando bulk. "MottQ" Quantity
the service of the gun batteries *I+t M+O+tlelolltIIQII'I'li +
of the continental United States. I and Quality.Fresh i

: ATLANTA CLAIMS TITLE : ti .o'e Ott tii'I'OCO'O'IO Farm Eggs, .'0 cents dozen; Ice, 40 cents 100 pounds; Best Creamery Butter 40

AS RENO OF SOUTH ; Sweet Milk, 13 cents quart, 7 cents pint; Oranges 10 cents dozen; Limes 10 centscents

t 1 dozen; Butter Milk, 10 cents quart. Chesepeak Bay Oysters, (selects) 50 cents quart, 30
f Atlanta, Dec. 9.-Atlanta is prepar Ook1aalla(l Niirery l rii ioe cents pint.
ing to re-establish her title this weel. '
: Individual Package 10 Ibs. Ass't Fruits, "That Xmas Present" delivered by Express,
the Reno of the South, with th
as heaviest superior court divorce dockein (charges prepaid) all points east of Rocky Mountains, at your door $1.35 cash with order.

her history. I I _ un_
With more than 500 divorces al Has been in Orange th 1
always accepted County as .. ,
ready granted in 1913, the presen, 'tlill e ,It&.., eo I" I tto II 0 J. . Kt' .' 'I t 4".A4A. IV. -: c 0" r 0 N " '" C+t
best to be obtrined. No one has ever complainedand 4.at.. .eo.ta +w tl e.cOt.CtO.itll"I"JIllelllllllll tii.J'II. tJQ.. G. .
calendar has 179 more, and before to
night it is believed the total will ru: no oneever will, brcause our trees are the best :i4I
to nearly 200. and cheapest (in the end) pjssible to procure. THE GREAT ANNUAL SALE I IA
Only a small proportion of the principals I I II IIi
in the divorce cases are lifelong Who ever heard of ono untrue to name or who-
Atlantians. The remainder ar
heard of claim?
ever an ignored
made up of that floating populatio.that i TIMS II

comes and goes from year tc We offer you first choice from the largest stockin

year.Atlanta is the world for this season's planting and your success '

so much from suffering the incompatibility apparently no Oi with our stock is already assured when your r {\ It li Bargaill mr
its fact, own that married Georgia couples is an as extremely from th grove is planted. Free advice as to stock and per- I

easy state to get a divorce in. sonal inspection of your land when requested on any

planting of 300 trees or more. Suitable discountsto Continues Until Christmas, December 25

ADVERTISED LETTERS planters of large acreage. In fact, the very best 1 ;

of everything and 0. \V. Conner behind it all. 1
List in the of letters Orlando,remaining Florida, postofficfor uncalledfor .., k New Goods arriving daily, such as Clothing, Shoes, Hats, Notions, it;

'the week ending November 2Jth ; E and all kinds of Novelties for the Holiday trade. This $25,000.00 i
1913. When calling for same pleas
say "advertised.*' j ADDRESS I stock of new and up-to-date merchandise I will sell in this great 1
W. R. O'NEAL, P. M. 1
Men's List-Adams, Carmel; Bra. Annual Sale at Sacrifice Prices. Our stock was never more complete

dy, W. E.; Brown, C. Herbert; Baxter OCKLAIIA NURSERIES than now. Every item in our store has been added to v/ith
Artel; Bonds, A. C.; Buck, Arthur
P.; Brown, E. IL; Culbreth, B. I new and up-to-date merchandise. We have a larger line than
M.; Carter, Beny; Daniels, R. .a.;
Drefus, Herman; Forage, Ayssael; Dept. 2 3, Tangerine, Fla. ever for you to select from. We will give you more bargains in

'S Free,, Whitty Levi; Fobus; Gilliams, Elmer, Henry J.; ;Goodman Go-' IIIIIIIIIIIIIII III..ICIIII.ellel"I'IO I'IIII'I..111111111'31'1"IIII this store that it will pay you to give us a trial, as the dollars and

', ram, Librons; Haveton, Mr.; Heriot, = lllllllle'ltl'l IIIIIIDIIIII" I cents are what you are looking after. It will pay you to visit i our
Henry; Heslington, H. Campbell;
Hutchins, C. L; Hickman, J. C.; Harmon store and see the offerings we have.
Wm.; Heywood, E. A.; Jones.: I
J. J.; Jones, Daniel; Kerr, Wm. R.; THE MARKETOf
Knudsden, G. C.; Knights, Eddie C.; '

: McCormick Leester, Henry, Chas.(2)Enoch; Maurer; McKinney, Floyd;, Cleanliness Of Quality : H. KallllOi' Newlork Bargain[ Store Orlaildo 1

Alison; McMeter, Mr.; Middleton, D. ,
E.; Norman, S. J.; Osborn, Joe; Ped- FRESH AND SALT MEATS
: llt"OIIII"llle. ttlellt+tlll te'I :.tlllll'IJ .I. '1 .
dicord, II. A. Chester JoeO..tOIII'I' .
; Pressley ; < nt.. tU If' at}". u U Uti" I OUU H'Ot'Uv.ff
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Preston, J. C.; Pfiester, Frank; Po- FISH AND GAME -- --- -- ----___ __ _ _ u __ _______ __ _..
rilia J. B.; Ross, Edward; Renshaw
) \ under the best sanitary conditions.
A. C.; Ross, R. K.; Rodger, A.; See- : i Kept
gar, J. T.; Satkamp, August; Ton, : Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh \ The Cathedral School :
])lr.; Vorman, Ernest; Williams, V. EAST CENTRAL AVENUEOrlando's
J.; Way, Will; Walker, William; Williams and pure. i, Select Boarding and Christmas oveltiesAn
W. M. White, W. L Williams
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Sinn; Walker, Samuel; Wallis, ; We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We haveeverything Day School For Girls I assortment of
in the Meat Line. I
A. L; Wilford, Albert. : Reopens Wednesday, October 1. !. Linen
Women's List-Allen, Miss Ruth; : I Primary, Intermediate; and College Handkerchiefs .
Baker, Miss Virga; Barnes, Mrs. W. : Grades.
1 Preparatory That cannot be
R.; Beovens, Miss Rosine; Bishop, The PARLOR MARKET !Also! Courses in Music, Art, Elocu- surpassed.
Mrs. Howard U.; Baker, Miss Bru- :, Science, Culture Cases Sets
tion, Domestic Physical Vanity Ivory Mesh and Leather -
nice; Bergia, Miss Birdeta; Brown, .
Miss Jno; Burney, Mrs. Jennie; Bur- ', H. M. Self & Co. !Twelve specially trained Teachers. Bags, Hat Pins, Fancy .

nett, Ellen B.; ilaseal, Mrs. W .C.; I Individual attention. Loving care. Neckwear I
Hamilton, Mrs. H. A.; Hannons, Mrs. 18-20 PINE STREET REV. RODERICK P. COBB, A. M.,

Hattie; Harris, Miss Agnes Ellen; ,I Phone No. 80 .1 Principal.The HISSES\ HAMILTON & MMAgents
Hudson, Annie; Knight, Miss Janey; $
Mauey, Mrs. A. F.; Meadows, Mrs. 'i I
Jason; Parroman, Mrs. Robert; Rell- iiiimitiiminiiiiieiiiimmiiimmntiHciRead I
Sentinel sells its for
yot, Lillie; Rogers, Miss Ida; Smith, '' space on Barclay CorsetsMcCall's
known guaranteed circulation. This
Mrs. James I.; Thurston, Mrs. Lee;
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APOPKA ITEMS ... . . . .W..W .9. . & . .I.'. .. .I..JO. I.. . .1.11".1"I.I..I'.I.'f

Apopka, Dec. .-Mr. and Mrs. W.,

R.kiwa and McLeod Mrs.Springs Osborne spent, as,last where the Sunday guests they enjoyeda at of We-Mr [ELECTifiC L[ L VACUUM L CLEANER[ [ M. SLEMONS

fine venison dinner.F. .

G. Simmons, of Albany, N. Y.. IT _II.IIIIIIII I
and W. S. Lee, of Canandaigua, N. Y..
were in Apopka last Saturday looking -

over real estate propositions with, am oui, Have your room or housecleaned tall bOOOS in
went away highly pleased ur ew re OW Cofflingwo
city and promised to return agai.
I dust or troubleof

soon.Dr.. II. S. Gieger, of Kissimmeewas
in Apopka Monday visiting his moving furniture .

mother and meeting with some of his

friends here. He came over by auto
II. L. Kelley left a few days ag We sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co.
The Pierce Electric Co. send an Experienced i
for St. Petersburg, where he will
made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes.
time. Hugh is a
spend some gooc
carpenter and will no doubt find plen- man. 1 Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and Towels.
ty of work there to keep him busy. "
Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from II. B. Claflin & Co.
W. L. Bard, of Stanton, near Lake t
Weir, came to Apopka Monday and & Co. Best place in the city to trade.ORANGE .
while here purchased a 30-acre farm

co..taining a fine orange grove of o I

trees, located near Clarcona, and

known up return his as here residence the at Lovelace an on early the farm.date farm.and He tak will Tne rl [ Lt tLtLT L L ""lnc. I W.. M. SLEMONS

Ira Harod, of St. Petersburg, ha AVENUE
been the guest for the past week 01

his brother, G. Harod, secretary c, UHTJRCTI STRKKTDecember j jH
the American Realty company c ti..eJt.c'.J.I..tol. et'ft tt.t.ft'.tt 'e.e .' ..'..'t.DON'T '
Apopka.Mr. + +t t 1 e I C 0 J.. >>a It+e t s tIt z+t f.+ooO. )+

and Mrs. Thimblebee, of James
town, N. Y., arrived last Friday nigh #i"'" r PUT IT OFF LONGER

and have taken rooms with Mrs. Adams

ter here pleased,and permanently where with in all they the probability,will town.as spend they will are the locat mud wir i O ORLANDO l O OrRA[ i U HOUSE r OI COME TO US RIGHT AWAY

Miss Mattie Mae Williford spent t A and Get a Suit That Is a Suit

few days visiting friends in Kissimmee : 13th \ .-., -. -

during the past ,week. - \\ i Choose he Stjle You Fancy-Get

The log train operating for th Wrestlin Match Your Money's'orthSuit or $1 5i
Consumers Lumber and Veneer company
;" ,, Overcoat Made! to Order . .
ran over and killed a cow am

also W. Stewart a valuable one day dog last belonging week.I. to S 'w"., s Prof. George Grundahl i Others at $17.50, $2}, $22.50, $23 Up-Fit-, St liand

M. Jackson and family have re Weight 157 Ibs Workmanship GuaranteedNo

turned from Daytona Beach. 'I Middle Weight Champion j _
Rev. Geo. D. Reeves is in attendance I
of Florida matter what price you want to put into a Suit or, an Overcoat,
, at the annual conference of the I
. -and- 1 you may come to us with the absolute assurance that you'll get bet
Methodist church at Tallahassee thu
week. '.; Prof. Oscar Kiviahti! j \' ter value---more for your mem>\ ---than at any other tailor shop on

Harry Starbird, son of A. C. Staj :t : Weight 155 Ibs earth, and you'll get an absolutely square deal.

bird, received painful injuries las Middle Weight Champion I I

week by being struck by a runawa; 1j of Finland
horse hitched to a buggy. The hors L
+ 'ii Will meet here forthe Mid- % C. L. PIPEI
belonged to Alfred Eldredge and i
die I ofF
Weight Champion :
its flight ran directly"into Sta' ,
young z + Flor da. It will' be a clean .
bird who his
was riding bicycle o > ot: match and ladies are invited
the the of the sh ,
street, point ; r
to come and enjoy the sport. - ----- --
striking him in the side. It was : \ FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES
Prices,Seats three sides
feared at first that he was hurt i on "I ALL KINDS OF The
ternally but further investigation of the mat on stage 75 cents. AND DO I Most Enthusiastic S. P. U. G.
: ; Reserve Seats 50 cts. General
failed to show serious injury ok t
any "'x
;; r Admission 25 cents. Would not object to a single article in
er than a severe shaking and some '
up + Back gal'ery for colored peo
external bruises. His escape was al r pie ((5 cents. @:.7I>I' our stock as a Christmas gift. They are all
most miraculous.The I
new Central hotel is now thre ++H+t++* 6M1t a e 6> t ; 0 r H-t useful as well as ornamental, and the varietyis

stories and ---- -----,----------- the
high almost ready for th: -f so large that appropriate proper
roof and the way it does loom up i III : = t tK* W+K+ +t-t+C 130 I Q Ut.,
pleading to every citizen of Apopk f11Hnods L H. RAMSDELL present for young or old, male or female, may.

We will be glad to note its completioi i OPTOMETRIST be easily selected. V/e are quite enthusiastic -
as we are needing its conveniencevery but once j (Successor to Dr. 0. P. Likins)
much just now. over our selection of standard and late :
Mr. Burdick, wife and .
daughterand books. Practically every one is pleased witha
Mr. Howard, all arrived here j .
few days ago after a trip of severe : 'leteCeel tlt book, so when you cannot decide just what

hundred miles all the way from Soutl! : RIGHT NOW we offer two propositions on TERMS OF $10 ( f DRS j WPM HARPER : to buy, you are safe if you select something
Dakota across country in a Ford at DOWN AND $10 I'EK MONTH. Every young man in } JOSEPHINE( HARPEROSTEOPATHS I
tomobile. They are all in the best c : Orlando should embrace this chance to begin or add to his f in standard literature. From the little
health and stood the trip fine and tb : estate. f ::1
kiddies to the grandparents we can show
machine seemed to be in as good con- i Oldest Established Practice In

dition perhaps as when it started o i SEMINOLE PARK LOTS Orlando something for each one.
the long trip. : 19 W. Church Street, Up-Stairs

Mrs. Dodge arrived the latter part i On the Map Before Seminole County Consultation and Examination W. S. BRANCH
of last week from Maine and ha : Inside Lots $100. Corner Lots $125. Free .: 0
taken rooms for the winter with Mrs Money and six per cent interest back one year from the date 1.11'1..I.IIIII.I.leIIO' '
The Arcade Book and Music Store
b if dissatisfied.
Hopkins on Central avenue. you complete purchase
League is
making prer -
aration to give a bazar at the city FIVE ACRE TRACTS
hall during the Christmas Wellesley, Dec. 9.-Wellesley girls
Near Lake Underhill. Finest land and finest
A. M. Starbird has been making grove groves ire militant over millinery. A "hat-
considerable extension of his cit in Orange County. Develop a grove on your monthly spare ess" church service is the cry of the I
change. PRICE S50 PER ACRE. Timber practically
water system during the past few pays orogressive college girls. The ajrita-
for clearing.. ion has arrived at such a point that
days and several ;
new customers hav
been added to the service. We are one student in the college has publicly 1: ( 11YAt1D Vhe fc Success. j
glad to note these improvements and NO INTEREST-NO TAXES lemanded the calling of a mass meet- COUNTRY

especially when each family is being until you own the deed. ing to determine how best to deal
supplied with such .vith the hat nuisance. JANSEN
pure sparkling
water as is furnished by the city "Have you ever sat through a Sun- ,
water works here. Room 2. Watkins Block. day morning service and occupied IMPROVED AND, 'NOTARYI
Capt. L. 0. White your whole energy in trying to UmriPROvEtJ
popular con- ORLANDO
ductor of the A. C. L railway be- ,.lllllttlllllt++. mmmmiHThe glimpse first the choir and then the I ( UBUC .

tween Apopka and Kissimmee, who minister?" asks the selfsame girl. FLORIDA ;
Radical members of the opposition
expected to give up his run to a man !t"IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIOllalllllllllelllllllllll' J
his senior in the parties to hat wearing have soughtto
his service, is still hold- have placed at the entrance to the Office in Rock Building N. ORANGE AVE. Opposite San Juan Hotel
ing run here, much to the delightof !
his many friends here and all Altamonte college chapel this sign, which reads: 1
"Women are requested as an act of
along the line. It is not certain now ,
that Mr. White will lose Christian courtesy to remove their
his position
here at all. Altamonte Springs, Florida hats at least during the sermon." .,11,11,1111,11,11,1111.11,11111,11111111,1111.,11 1

Mrs. Lynn had the misfortune to 5c CRISPETTES 5c jj i
lose her driving horse a few days go.I I OVV OPENMost : WILL GIVE YOU A DOLLAR

Mrs. Kelsey, of Stoughton, Mass., Back if one bottle Davis' Hair Rem- Fresh Corn Crispettes May be Bought at any of the following well 1
who is spending the winter in Or- I beautiful spot in all Florida edy doesn't cure dandruff or any known places:
lando, visited the family of A. M I Nine miles from Orlando. Every com- scalp disease. Estes Pharmacy sells N.J.Merck.Th Rexall Drugstore Debn y's Drug StoreE.
Starbird last Sunday. R. Bliss' Fruit Stand King's Grocery Store
fort and amusements, Golf, etc. Amongthe it. .12-9-tf Mayer Galentme and Mayer's Candy Store

The Putnam county fair opened in tall pines, between two lovely lakes. Mr. Richardson's Pop Corn Stand
A. D. Galbraith, D. V. S., the vet-
Palatka Cusine and service first-class.
yesterday. This is Putnam'sfirst
fair and erinary surgeon, located at T. J.Iathers' THE CRISPETTE CO.
no doubt it will be an
livery stable. Phone 14.
epoch-making event whch will pave 3 :
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the year.way for such' an occasion every GEO. E. BATES & SON, Proprietors

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ntw.Order W.grapefruit H. Brokaw and, salesman.orange trees Automobile For Hire i

'1 1-2-tf Oburt:Take street.your repairing- to Warman 12-5-t, on [ THE[ DAILY Y SENTINEL[ [l t..IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.PHONE New Five Passenger"419 Lot US figure on your i Printing .

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FLORIDA, BLOW A SAFE Carriages on Court street. 12-5-tf
If one bottle Davis' Hair Remedy
AND WEEKLY The Ocala and Gainesville papersare R. E. Barry the postoffice inspector I
JOSIAH FERRIS. Editor and Oner. having some words over the fact was routed out of bed at 3 a. m. For trees see W. II. Brokaw. Office doesn't cure we'll give your money CUT FLOWERSOUR

Entered at the IJUtowdlu ... UIMM... I' that the dates for the Marion and by the postmaster at Register, Ga., opposite postoffice. Phone 267. back. Estes Pharmacy sells it.
Ida u Second CI&iI Mail Matter. I I'Alachua county fairs conflicted. The who informed him that the office at 12-2-tf 12-9-tf SPECIALTY
brethren should cease their quarrel that point had been entered and the ; Phone 2516) TAMPA FLA. JJIMMMHMMMMIM9M
SUBSCRII'11U.ItA11.S ing. It probably just happened so. i safe blown and robbed. No details *.
.......... The matter should become the basisof !were given.It Trotting Ostrich .
One Year .......... $5.00 Racing - -- -
Six Months .................. 2.50 an organization to be known as appears that the yeggs are on
Three Months ................ 1-25 I I the Florida County Fairs association their way to Florida for their usual Against Trotting Horse
-- -- 'composed of representatives from winter season, and a warning is givento
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1913. each county holding a fair. One purpose postmasters to keep a lookout.- .
-- of the organization would be to Atlanta Journal.A .
The tax commission is on the job. arrange dates so there would be no
o conflict; another would be to arrangefor THOUGHT FOR CHRISTMAS
What is it that we feel in the air- .side attractions and exhibits for

the tang or tango? the entire circuit instead of for one As the Christmas season draws For Sale
-o stand only, as the present lack of sys- near we naturally look around for << .:;;3' ., '
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Why not invite President Wilson to tem necessitates. There are other some one to help, but in trying to :
spend Christmas holidays in Orlan obvious advantages to be gained by help those less fortunate than our- 20 Acres Al land, near town.
such co-operation.-Orlando Sentinel. selves let us guard against an attitude -
do'o The Ocala papers didn't take partin of superiority; for our efforts, ,,1 200 budded one year old grape

Orlando hotels are filling up with any quarreling. They made some no matter how well meant, will meet .:.:,"'I>;.... fruit. Well fenced Specia: fora
winter guests, and they're here for a suggestions that were warranted by with certain death if there is the "'/.:': ,
long season.A the facts to their own county people. slightest suspicion on the part of few days at $100. per acre.
o The Sentinel's recommendations fora those we would aid that our interest I
North Dakota man says he county fairs association, however, is of the condescending kind. It is
t thinks Florida is better than his own is a good one, and Marion will be not so much what we do as the way I Cooper & Atha
state. That man must be hard tot very glad to help form such an or in which we do it that gives pleasure.
convince. ganization. It should be rememberedin It is useless to offer help to others if !
0 such a case that Marion has the we show by manner or tone, that we I
St. Petersburg is going after the oldest and best established fair in feel we are of finer clay and occupya I !
Orlando Florida1253m.
teachers' convention for 1914. The continuous operation in this part of loftier plane than they. Let us put At Orlando Fair Grounds, at 2 o'clock, Friday I -

!. meeting is to be held in'Key West the state, and in establishing dates a little more of the heart clement into I I, Afternoon, December 12. Admission 25 cents .
; this year. its claims to priority should be con what we do, and thus know the joy of
o sidered.-Ocala Star. giving, as the recipient of our bountywill I
Everybody will be pleased to learn J know the blessing of a friend.A. .- . . . , niiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiThe . " , .

that Fred DeBerry has at last landed DEATH OF GEO. S. GREENWOOD M. O'Connell.
i a government job-he is to be deputy Montgomery .Motion Picture Co.
internal revenue collector. <'0 Mr. George S. Greenwood, aged 73, NEIL O'BRIEN'S MINSTRELSMuch
---o died at his home on West street
The new Jacksonville paper which shortly after midnight yesterday. For interest has been createdover

was scheduled to appear Monday did several months Mr. Greenwood had the engagement of Neil O'Brien, GRAND THEATRE 1 [ I f --- -- -
not come out, the initial issue having oeen in precarious health, sufferingtime the popular minstrel, who with his
: been postponed a week. and again with severe attacks of organization of fifty people will appear Dr. BucKmaster
: 0 heart failure, and it was not surprising at the Orlando opera house Fri I
; Ocala's municipal campaign ended to his friends to learn yesterdayof day, December 19, in an entertain
t in the election Tuesday; which resulted his death. He had been a sufferer 'ment of minstrelsy, described as one Opens Next Monday. December 15th Osteopathic Physician

in a victory for Mayor J. D. for many years, but had borne up .of the biggest productions of its kind
Bill have
with the Greatest
who stood for re-election. under his afflictions you Avenue
; Robertson, manfully and always the American stage has witnessed in 132 Orange
: 0 had a cheery word for those some time. Mr. O'Brien and his company 1
Growers 'are complaining of dry about him. The deceased was bornin i are now in their second season. ever seen. Next door to People's Bank,

: weather. The weather seems ideal to Matick, Mass., but came to Florida as an organization, the success of up-stairs. Acute and chronic
f the tourist and town dweller. The many years ago and settled at Long- which has been emphatic and assured I Next Sunday's Paper Will Tell The Rest diseases treated.Telephone .
farmer gets a different angle on wood, where he lived twentyeightyears. I from the start. As a star at the head
things. He came to Orlando a little i of his own company last season Mr. 578.Lnristrnas .
r t."t."tftt.I'.f..I. . . .
t 0t more than two years ago. He is survived O'Brien gained much fame, and by I
t Daytona is considering the issue only by his wife, who was his I his sincere efforts, combined with his
i of $175,000 in bonds for a sewerage devoted companion. He enlisted in accomplishments as a comedian, he
t system. The work of improvement the Union cause, and was a memberof has established a following of admirers -
F goes steadily forward in Florida, and the local post G. A. R.. The vet who will doubtless give him a cordial I I
nearly every day records some such erans will have charge of the burial, welcome on his second annual Gift! for is Majestf--tnB a
I'J item. and the interment will take place in visit.
-- the lot owned the the
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Orlando has the only Peace Society cemetery. The funeral services A BIG CHRISTMAS"Have
t" in the state, and has reminded the will be held from Unity Chapel at a big Christmas at your
that Florida is with him by 2:30 this afternoon.
president house?" Danks,
inquired according
Father and mother will supply the baby with enough"jimctacks"make
t sending him a congratulatory message .to Judge.
t on his stand with reference to FUNERAL OF WM. JOHNSON "Well, I should kriss kringle!" your gift of a more permanent nature.

Mexico. answered Banks. "The baby sucked The following suggestions arc only a few of the many
--p Rev. Dr. Edw.:T. Poulson conductedthe the stripes off a wooden zebra and articles we are showing in a special baby display
The wives of the senators and the funeral services over William kept us up four nights with acute
; wives of the cabinet officers are in a Johnson at the Baptist church yes indigestion; Robert received throughthe Gold Rings for tiny 1 nn .l
controversy about who should go terday morning at eleven o'clock, and mail a box of bon-bons when ne $$1 IUU and up
first. This question is far more vex- the body was shipped to Groveland. thinks is poisoned; my wife won't fingers 1

ing than international relations to Ga., former home of the deceased, on speak to me, because I gave her the Lockets and Chainsfor
the ladies of the capital. the northbound afternoon train. Ham. only thing she said she wanted; tne $q n n J
0 mond & Gore directed the funeral. cook spent the holidays at her old girl baby necks LUV I anU U

The correspondents have eliminated home in Mud Center; my father,who
Huerta several times and are at it DEATH. OF DR. W. J. McPHEITER was playing Santa Claus, let his rope Little gold pins for en

again. But the dictator has a way of whiskers catch afire; and 1 have just little dresses lIUli anJ Ul|
turning up without any white feathers Dr .W. J. McPheiter, 39, of Hanks- received notice from the bank tnat r
showing. The newspaper men town, Pa., died at his residence in this
my account is overdrawn $116.:). I. Silver Cups, $1.00 and up
should learn the brand of Huerta's city, at Washington and Sylvan Oh, we had a big Christmas, all
booze. It must carry a heavy percentage streets, last night at 9:30. Dr. Mc right. Come make your selections before the prettiest piecesare
of glue. Pheiter and his wife came to Orlando
We'll them aside if
gone lay you are not ready to
S 0-- about a week ago, and had taken a WHAT'S THIS? take them 1
Governor Trammell informs one of house for the winter. He was suffering -
Hello! Wnat's this! The women
the tax assessors that if assessmentsare from tuberculosis and the t
of the Civic League selling out McCulloch's -
not made in accordance with the change in climate was sought on this
store on Friday!
law requiring returns at the true account He is survived by his wife;
cash value that the commission may there are no children. The remains
prefer charges against assessors who will be shipped back to his Pennsylvania ]- Mr. John A. Culver, southern agent T. H. Evans the JewelerOPPOSITE
fail to perform their duty. This will home on the 1:14 train this aft for the Reflex Ignition company, was
be sufficient for some of the assessors ernoon. Hammond & Gore have in the city yesterday calling on the ,

to perform. charge of the arrangements.The automobile agencies.
President Wilson will be regardedby prettiest home in the most FAVORITE THEATER TODAY

some as rather a sly fox. He told attractive surroundings always attracts 3-Big Reels-3
;' the suffragettes that he couldn't the most desirable buyer if one "Horrors of Flames" (Rex). Two-
"start anything" because he was the ever should decide to sell. A home : reel drama.
spokesman of an organic body and he at Gatlin would always attract a desirable J "Poor Jack's Demise" (Frontier). _
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would not recommend to congress buyer. It would be half sold A ripping Frontier comedy. - - - -
... anything that had not been considered the day your house is finished. Carl i Matinee 2 to 5. Night 6:30 to 9:30.I
by his party. One way of escaping. Jansen has the Gatlin lots for sale. tf Admission 5 cents to all.
0 I
In sustaining the charges that an I
active lobby existed in Washingtonthe SPECIAL? i Silk Hosiery' Silk UnderwearKnit
house committee finds that a congressman I

unbecoming body tenders in and borrowing has a pawnbrokers.member been money guilty of that of from Less conduct august bar.reprehensible 1913 Metz Runabout $$175OO l ij i Underwear

than borrowing from the I
suave person with the big dough bag I 1IIIIIIT f m T
who had some job to put through con I Good Condition i mini'

o I

The Ocala Banner suggests that At discounts that really
the Panama canal machinery mightbe 5 per cent given for cash on all Tires

used to drain the Okeefenokee save you money
swamp of Georgia and the Evergladesof and Tubes.

Florida, and to cut a ship canal Come early in order to get your size.
across the state. Excellent suggestion
and in line with the plan pro

years posed ago.by Senator Others have Fletcher adopted several the I San Juan Garage Co. :hI.1.A.EIO: N E.I ::rV-ES:

idea since Fletcher made it, and late

ly a Georgia congressman was claiming The Christmas Shopping Place"
credit for it. We have no idea All Night Service
that Senator Fletcher cares much who
f is given credit if the idea is adopted.


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Pythias went to Sanford Tuesday MADE CIGAR

night for the district meeting and returned Sold by all dealers, 5 CentsMMMMMMMMtgMMl GIVING

SEASONED CANDY OF THE SEASON in the early hours yesterday '. .
They all said they'd had a great time

SWEETS TO LOVE TO LOVERS OF SWEETSYou and they looked it. The hospitality of .

the Sanford Knights was spoken of
read in advertisements or on window cards-"Just in terms of enthusiasm and appre Second-hand, Knabe Baby
Received Some Delicious Candies." I : DON'T HAVE IT SAID OF A SINGLE GIFT OF
ciation. Grand Chancellor W. J. Grand Piano, in splendid
"Just Made in Our Shop' a fine line of
We truly say, ,Sears and a number of other general condition; fine tone; $500
quality our candies are reasonable,
sweets. Considering ;
officers of the order were present, cash. Next Woman's Ex.
being sold direct from our sanitary shop to your home. !
No jobbers, railroad or express company affects our along Kissimmee with, representatives Eustis and from Apopka the change, No. 7, Church St. ; A SAFE GUESS FOR A GOOD FRIEND IS FOOTWEAR i

H. Montgomery Smith.
prices. lodges. Among those who went from LOTS OF THINGS HERE THAT WILL \
all candies and guarantee our goods to
We make our Orlando were Messrs. W. R. O'Neal,
be fresh, pure, delicious; of highest quality and reason- T. W. Mathews, Newton ?. Yovreil, MAKE A HIT-FROM DRESS SHOES AND DANCING I

able prices. Henry Yowell, E. S. Keyes, W. H. MAYNARD EVANS ESCAPED

"The City's Largest Retail Candy Manufacturers" Brokaw, W. P. Watson, 0. N. Larson, SEVERE INJURY NARROWLY PUMPS TO LOOSE AND EASY HOUSE SLIPPERS ;

Frank Bumby, C. K. Pomeroy, F. P. -
Simmons, W. J. Windham, P. W. Considerable excitement was crea- FOR "PA," OR ROUGHING IT BOOTS FOR A BOY. ..

ti Wycoff, K. Kanner, John T. Dale, J. ted on the streets near the steam .

T. Horner, W. C. McLean, M. S. King.R. laundry yesterday about 12:30 by an

BUTT'S KANDY KITCHEN t M. Bennett, N. M. Sloan, J. F. accident in which JIaynard Evans,
McKinnon, and others. The Orlando riding a bicycle, and W. M. Burr, E. G. DUCKWORTH, Feet Fitter j

team was selected to do the degree driving an auto, were the principals.The .

work, and the second and third ranks I bicycle and the machine were go- 'The Style You Want in the Size You Need."
ing in the same direction, the smaller
"The Home of Quality"MMMIMMIIIIIIIIMIMIMMIMMMtMMIMMMM were conferred in amplified forn on
number of candidates. machine in front. In attempting to .
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I CHICKEN SUPPER caught the bicycle and the rider teas -

Basket work taught, and Spanish Served by the Methodist Ladies' dragged for sonm distance before the
Ostrich Farm
bayonet seeds for sale at the Rest and Aid, in the room opposite the Grand auto was stopped. It was thought at Exhibition

WADE Tea Room. theater, Saturday, December 13th, first that Mr. Evans was badly hurt. -- --

THE TUNER Have you purchased those pants from 5 to 10 p. m. Price 35 cents.Don't Dr. Person's office was nearby and Central Avenue and Main Street
ORLANDO. FLA. his wounds were dressed. His right
for little Willie yet?-then do so
knee was injured and he suffered some Orlando
f forget ad. for the Sen-
right now. The "Store of Satisfac- your
cuts and bruises, but nothing serious
tinel that will be.
tion" is clearing out theirs at 35 issued on Sunday
morning.Mr. resulted. Little Miss Elizabeth Rus For Benefit of Young Ladies Philathea
and cents a pair, of them selling
Brothers' trees, roses many
Griffing was in the auto with Mr. Burr
recently to $2.00 a pair. It and Mrs. W. L. Davis, of Indianapolis
12-2-tf up
ornamental, give results- I and was badly frightened,her screams Class of the Orlando Baptist Church
I are located in Orlando for
Altamonte Mr. J. C. Glendening and son,
Mr. A. L. Taveau, of attracting a crowd.CHRISTMAS.
Springs, was a visitor to the city yes James, arrived yesterday from Geneva the winter. Ostrich Eggs, Chicks and Full Grown
I Ind., to spend another winter in Judge J. T. Wilson and wife, of ISSUE

terday.Warman Sells, and Fixes Bicycles, Orlando. Mr. Glendening says thata Nahant, Mass., are pleasantly locatedat Birds, Comprehensively Explained
12-5-tf little later on quite a large party the Altamonte, at Altamonte Don't forget that the Christmas
.n Court will come from his home town to en- Springs. ,edition of the Sentinel will be issuedon Ostriches Ridden Bareback

Mr. Daniel Kuntz arrived yesterdayfrom joy Orlando's salubrious climate. I II i I Mr. Harry DeLaney, who will man- Sunday morning. If you have not

Geneva, Ind., to spend the win-I I See Gatlin before you buy a lot in age the Grand theater beginning, gotten in your copy for the edition, __ Interesting, Educational, Amusing

ter. ,any of the numerous suburbs of the Monday, left last night for Jacksonville !rush it, the advertisements have to be Exhibition Every Day. Admission lOc.
of Pike, ,
I Mr. M. A. Davidson, city. It is the prettiest and most at- on business.Col. arranged before hand and the quickeryou
the San I -- ------
arrivals at ---
is among the late :[ tractive spot within reach of Or- !. J. Lynde Buggs and wife, of get your copy in the better loca-

Juan. I lando. 12-5-tf Saratoga Springs, N. Y., are spend tion you will have in the paper. I 11.11111111111111111111111111.1111111..11111111111.'

Special at Tea and Rest Room today Mr. and Mrs. Stevens, of Gaines- ing their fourteenth season at the, ..

: Scalloped Oysters. Dessert, called Mrs. T. E. Altamonte. ANNIE COLEMAN CHAPTER :
ville, on Bridges
of Puddings. j TO MEET TODAY Money to Loan
Queen Saturday, while they were en route Have you seen the trained ostriches .
Mrs. A. J. Lockhart, who has been to' Orlando, where Mrs. Mabel Stev- ? A little girl rides them all A meeting of the Annie Coleman .

visiting her son, Mr. David Lockhart, ens delivered a temperance lecture over the enclosure. It is worth ;% '(Chapter, United Daughters of the .
returned yesterday to her home in Saturday night. Mrs. Stevens is well visit. Just across from the court r'Confederacy, will be held at 3 o'clock :

Jacksonville. f known in Ocala, where she has lectured house. this afternoon at the home of Mrs. : Loans in sums of$500 to $3000on

Mr. H. E. Longwell, of Hammondsport and has many friends here.-i Mrs. M. 0. Beeman, Mrs. Geo. B. Abernethy. _

N. Y., has arrived in Orlando Ocala Banner. jMr. II j Green, Mr. Leister Beeman and Mr. IMPROVED INSIDE property fora
and has accepted the position of Gorra, who is the guest of Mrs. Bee- Boys' Double Breasted Suits at and !:
and Mrs. Walter H. Tuttle
I : below cost, as long as they last. J. C.
steward at the Elks' Home. term of FIVE Principaland
man, left yesterday in their for years.
I and son, George, have arrived in Orlando car Anno, the Boy Clothier. 12.6-3w :
Coat Suits are positively necessaryfor from Petoskey, Mich., and are Seabreeze to spend the remainder of
interest in
this cool weather. Those that located for the winter in one of Mr.S. the week, stopping at the Princess WANTED position as cook and payable monthly

have the smartest and most stylish P. Carpenter's cottages on Lake Issena while there. general housework, if desired, by a instalments.
effects are to be seen at the "Storeof Cherokee. They traveled the entire capable, reliable, pleasant Northern
It 1 woman; best references. Have quiet
Satisfaction. distance in their Ford car, making the When you contemplate getting mar-
boy of 10 who will attend school. Address "
Bishop Gray has gone to Nashville, trip in about three weeks. They experienced ried you first satisfy yourself that Mrs. Jeanette Maitland, Alta- s.AT-A- I IMM
Tenn., on a business trip and will be all kinds of weather en the particular girl you have in mindis monte Hotel, Altamonte Springs, Fla.

absent for a week. During his stayin route. ,' the only one you want. When you I 12.11-4t II" . I . e . 1 1 1 It' . . . . . . . . . .t . .4*++
Nashville he will be with his son, see those Gatlin lots you will want _
I Col. W. P. Walton, who is to be- Eat what you want. .MMMOMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMAnderson ,
Mr Joseph Gray, and family.Mr. I them all. Jansen will fix it for you iMMMMI
Eat all want.
come associated with his brother, Mr. you
has been when your choice is made. 12-5-tf Take and it.
J. C. Curtis, who a postscript forget
E. C. Walton, in the publication of the
For sale all Automatic ScaleIn
by druggists.
spending the past three very Reporter-Star, arrived last night from :I I ll-30-d&w.lm
with Mr. E. J. Struber, I GOOD MORNING
delightfully He i I
Lexington, Ky. was accompaniedby
Have you dandruff? If one bottle First Class Condition
at his villa on Lake Conway, left yes. his son and daughter, Mr. Ausley' HAIR FALLING OUT?
Curtisis Davis' Hair Remedy does not cure it
for Renova, Pa. Mr.
and Miss Mary. For the time they
Hair Remedy will it.
train railroad.dispatcher for the Pennsylvania -I will make their home with Mr. E. C. Pharmacy you get your sells money it back. 12-9-tf Estes Money back guarantee. Estes Phar. Oil Tank:

Walton. Col. Walton will find a warm macy sells it. 12-9-tf
Tempus Fugit-sure thing! time I I welcome in Orlando. He has visited i! HAND PAINTED CARDS
Holds 100
certainly does fly mighty quick when here, and already has a goodly list of Appropriate cards for all occasionsmenu '
drawing near Christmas-such being I I acquaintances. His reputation as an place cards, score cards, etc.

the case, take advantage of the experienced newspaper man, able editor pIes Also on designs hand and for orders book plates.taken at Sam.112 WOOD COKE The above are too small for our rap-

Kimono Sale at the "Store of Satis- and forceful writer have precededhim Grace St. Phone 608. Lu F. Halsted.
faction." They make dandy pres- and he has been the recipientof tf. Charcoal id increasing business, and we Had to

ents. It complimentary notices. The
Mr. and Mrs. Chas., Stanford, of Sentinel wishes to extend the hand of I Turpentine Chips, replace them with larger Will sell

Bloomfield, N. J., arrived in Orlando fellowship to Col. Walton and a| LUTHER THE FLORISTCut Fence Posts
last evening to spend the winter. hearty welcome to him and his fam Flowers them at a low price for cash.

They are stopping with Mr. and Mrs. ily. ROSES, VIOLETS, Orlando( ( Wood\ )( Yilru
Carey Hand on North Orange ave- Eat what you want.

Eat all you want. CARNATIONS PANSIES B. W. KINGSLEY, Proprietor
nue.Cash Take a postscript and forget it. THE SANITARY GROCERY
Registers. Warman fixes 'em Phone 344 104 W. Pine St.
For sale by all druggists. POTTED PLANTS
Court street. 12-5 tf
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not best because it's largest in FOR MENBath

sales-bul largest in sales because 4

.MOTION PICTURESPictures it's best. There are six Fords sold Robes Full Dress SetsCombination

to one ot any other car. would House Coats Sets

Changed Daily. Collar Bags Tie Racks
be hard to find a more convincingreason
. Fancy Vest Traveling Cases

MUSIC Furnished RegularlyBy why you should own one. The best line of Neckwear ever brought to Or-


Six Touring Cars will arrive next Special lot of Silk Hose at 250 per pair.

SHOW, ,7.15 P.M week. Place your order now. Come and look our stock over.

SECOND SHOW, 8sl5 P.M Let us help you make a selection.



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MANY TOURISTS ARRIVINGAT I I Suspected of having revealed a plot ..FOR SALE-Anything in Florida FOR RENT-Seven room house, fur- _- .
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ALTAMONTE SPRINGS to assassinate General Stolypin, the I' Real Estate. Orange County Realty I nished. Apply 502 South Lake St. - -
Company. 11-12-lm 12-4-tf r
I Nihilists swore to kill him. I
Altamonte Springs, Dec. 9.-Mr. I I In city after city he has been shot 'DON'T DELAY, but get your Xmas ROOM in private home rent; 40
at. In Paris he was wounded and I II I Photos now at the Evans Parlors, acre farm for sale, 2 1-2 miles out; Haniniond&Qore
and Mrs. A. L. Taveau will attend I was saved only by his wife, who :)one block north of court house. Phone house and two lots for sale. See Dr.
the wedding at Longwood tomorrow, 125. 11-26-tf I ivoH"* at 311 North Orange avenue.
shielded him when he fell.
when the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ---- '- --- 12-11-lw FUNERAL; DIRECTORS AND [}1 r\L1IERS.

F. II. Rand will be united in the holy : FOR SALE-New, inexpensive, model
FOR RE Furnished
ern two-story house; five rooms,I cottage, six
bonds of wedlock at the home of Ja r I U. S. SENATOR DOES NOT bath and sleeping porch. Apply 207: rooms and bath; Lake Eola. Apply REAL VALUES LOW PRICES

parents. The happy couple will make : REMEMBER HIS BIRTHDAY i iI I:America street. 11-19-lm : 217 E. Robinson avenue, Mrs. M. E. I

their future home in Texas. I I I I I ; Kegwin. 12-9-3t COMPARE
I FOR SALE-At a bargain, fine, almost -
The famous tourist hotel is receiv- Washington,Dec.9.-Senator Jamesj j I new upright piano; owner: FOR RENT-Six-room furnished

ing new guests by nearly every train, Hamilton Lewis of Illinois has evi- i I leaving town and must sell; also other bungalow; all improvements; East
Amelia avenue. Apply A. F. New- OUR FURNITURE
the are all booked it household goods. 416 E. Church :
and as rooms dently lost the family Bible. Certain I|I kirk, 506 Magnolia avenue. 12-10-lw
will soon be filled to its capacity.:: it is that he does not remember his street. 12-7-6l i
i i I I FOR RENT-New 5-room bungalow, We provide the quality of furniture that has long
Messrs. Geo. E. Bates & Son are very. birthday. In Mr. Lewis' biography, FOR SALE-Five or ten acre tract j
close in $25. Call at of been
; corner accepted knowing furniture buyers as the
popular with the tourist people and published in the Congressional Directory -j one-half mile outside of city limits; i Amelia and Trenton streets.
staiulaiil of merit If
I an article is here it i is good.
are noted for their cuisine and their of 1897, when he was in I cleared fenced and improv ed. Address I
congress I I"Owner," this office. 12-10-2w i ROOMS FOR RENT for light house- I It wouldn't Ix- here were it otherwlsr't' can't make
lavish entertainments. I I as a representative from the state of, i keeping, with all conveniences. 307 this! point too clearit i is one of the foundation stones

The beautiful winter homes are I Washington, the statement appears FOR SALE OR TRADE-Splendid i E. Pine street. 12-3-lm of this business, and that means much to any Imjer.
nearly all occupied by their happy,that he "was born in 1863." According -I I trucking proposition on East Coast,i

: families with only two being vacant,I'I I to this he would be today fifty 18 miles south of Palm Beach. A : FOR RENT-Large, well furnishedroom
I I[I bargain for cash. Also ten acres of to persons wishing suburban
nhich will be occupied within a few ; McNEILL &
j II old. But in the biography pub- I DAVIS BLOCK
'. I I(i highest Everglades land, near Lake accommodations; also 2 acres good ,
days. Miss Edna McMichael, of Toronto .lishel in "Who's Who" of current is- ;-Okeechobee.: Box 136, Orlando, Fla. truck land, close in. Good opportu-

Canada, has arrived, being pre- sue Mr. Lewis gives his birthday as 12-11-lt nity for right person. Address A." Cor. Ave. and Church SI., Orlando Fla.

ceded by her mother and aunt. 1866, which would make him 47 And :,I:FOR SALE-New residence, 403: An- Sentinel. 9-8tf : : J

Miss Edna is one of the most pop- now it appears that the senator from derson street. Terms, half down, ----- o

'ilar young ladies that spends her Illinois is yearly growing younger, balance two years time. Inquire on .

winters at this pretty resort and certainly -I I for in the Congressional Directory premises afternoons, or E. H. Gore,I MISCELLANEOUS :
Caruthers & Gore Sanitary Grocery, .'IJOI'fl "tl.oel."fO"III..r""III..t'I. .
received the hand her
glad on just published, Mr. Lewis states that
6 and 8 E. Pine St. 11-29-lm; EVERYTHING NEW for Xmas at
arrival. he "is 46 years of age." the Evans Parlors, No. 100 North The Gem The Antiseptic
Prospective buyers are visiting this FOR SALE Main. Phone 125. 1-2G-tf i

desirable location nearly every day -- --- Barber
Milton now has /ull-fledged military Five-room bungalow, with bath and Shop
and a few of the most desirable keeping! porch. 506 Lexington St., WANTED good five-passenger '1
building lots have changed hands, and company, according to the Ga Concord Park. Lot 07x230: feet. Ford. Call at Sentinel office. EVERYTHING NEW AM CLEAN :\
\ zette. The company is composed of 1211mo. I 12-7-3t f.rp.TOD.TE .
bungalows will be
probably some new EQUIPMENTCongress E J
70 men.
built during the winter. I I FOR SALE LOST-A French poodle dor: ,answer hydraulic enameled chairs keen-edged implements rl't}

: The long talked of interurban rail- House and grove at Fair Villa, 13 to the name of Chance. Reward if trie ma3sage and hair drjer. +
The celery growers in Sanford are returned to No. 9 E. Livingston EXPERT WORKMEN '1
between Sanford and Kissimmee of which three
road acres acres are young
said to be feeling fine just The 12-7-tf Shce-shining stand for full line of tobarnis
which was lost in the Big Cypress -. now. budded grapefruit; borders lake; ladies and gentlemen. cigars and i
I cigarettes.
crop outlook is excellent and prices house of 8 rooms; good barn; attractive -
a few miles south of Orlando LOST-Pointer dog, liver and
satisfactory. i winter home. Apply at this office. '122 NORTH ORANGE I
: has been found by some enterprising 11-15-lm name on collar "Butt,
I Reward for return. Arthur Butt. e N'+4f"Jtl'JJllle IC' ;
gentlemen who mean business, and I i
I The Florida Times-Union of the j| FOR SALE 12-10-3t _
the cars will be rolling within the
5th says: "Formally presenting to 43 acres, located three miles north- I
next twelve months and the problem REFINED WOMANviahes position &f00 t44i4fi li".OCOIC'C.. t'l '..tIII'iti
. I society Mrs. Pipes' sister, Miss Ella west of Orlando, on S. A. L R. R., at
as working housekeeper, wouldbe
of the high cost of living will be or
King, the charming daughter of Mr. Fairvilla Station, on Lake Fairview; I pleased with of invalid Address
solved, especially in south Florida. : lake front station ,
I near ; young grapefruit -
Mrs. E. W. McEachin Kill
and Mrs. Augustus H. King, Mr. and and orange grove; land about I House, Orlando, Fla. 12-10.1t- the Chi119' !
? I Mrs. William Fort Pipes were host half citrus fruit and half vegetable! ;

ARTIST WAITING TO BE and hostess last evening at a bril- 8-room house, barn; ideal winter FINE SPORT FISHING at Oakland, ; ;

BLOWN UP BY BOMB liant cotillon at the Florida Yacht home, right near Country Club. Ad- Fla. Motor boats and fish boats All indications point toward a cold winter I
dress W. T. Chapman, owner, R. F. D. -
for rent by Paul Rhode Phone or- < >
I club. Miss has
visited in
I King No. 2, Orlando. ll-27-lm-d&w ders to A. J. Willis & Co.'s store. this
I and the
Gainesville several times year to be
San Francisco, Dec. 9.-Fleeing having a 11-20-1m. way com-I] [
number of relatives -
and friends in -- -- |
from the vengeance of the Nihilists, I fortable cold II
I'- on mornings and
momentarily expecting death, Spiro that city.PEOPLI'S. four small 5-room houses, only photographs for Xmas at evenings %
: three blocks from postofficc. Price the Evans Parlors, No. 100 N. Main.
Rossollino, world famous Russian art-''' for the bunch, $ ,550; or single sale Phone 25. 11-15-tf I or during the day in your office is to have a <

ist, personal friend of Czar Nicho- $1,250 each. Renting for $15 per

las, is making A last attempt to finish -:[ WUTS\ month. WANTED-Position as dairyman; \
I Who wants a cheap home or wants several I REZNOR GAS HEATER
his masterpiece in his beautiful I yeirs' experience; by mar-
to invest?
ried Call address L. II.
man. on or
studio/in the artists' colony here before -| MUNNIMAKERS I offer $50 reward for the owner of Jarrett, 205 West Pine St. 11-23-tf .

, the bomb of the anarchists does I Notices of Lost, Wanted, For Sale For property in the city of Orlando: Fla., They are cheap to buy and very economical \
its work. Rrnt tie. for this rc1n!nn. ?> for onp rf.iv. that will duplicate this property in ARTISTIC Photography for Xmas! ; ,
50c for three days or Il.Ofor/ one neck for price and location. ;
From Moscow to St. to now. The Evans Parlors, one block 3 to 6 cents hour
Petersburg, 25 ftordd or tcra. Mvnej muai accompany For the above and several 5, 10, an according to the
Berlin Vienna Paris, the Orient and the advertisements for this column as no north of Court house. Phone t.". t
20, 40-acre country homes improved.some .
insertions will h* made on CreditI 11-26-tf size-and the
finally to San Francisco, the former with growing crops stock and X are cleanest and most con-

, master of the Ecoles des Beaux Arts I I I FOR SALE tools, seeCHADWICK- WHY PAY exorbitant rent or board? i venient made. i
I FOR LOW PRICES. heating No wood ashes
has fled, seeking refuge from the i Phone 393. Why not buy a little home? Buy 6 or %

men who have taken the oath of the FOR SALE-A good horse. Gus C.I Open evening 7 to 8. 12-9-Gt it commission.of the owner Address and save B,the Box agent's 178. I Cot.\ oil to carry-just turn the valve and strikea

Red Inner Circle. | Schultz, Formosa, Fla. 12-2-lm. ---- l1- O-lm. i I
Of noble birth, art and military ex- I- i match.
ploits brought him fame early. He FOR SALE-House and lot; also lotson FOR RENT WANTED-To exchange a vacant lot

Broadway, Amelia avenue and on Concord avenue, Orlando, for a
was idolized by the Russian court I
Summerlin street. Mrs. Norman Rob- r.
FOR RENT-Rooms, with without I five-passenger car, Ford or Overland
and became an intimate friend of the inson, 301 Concord avenue. 11-27-lm board; newly furnished; large, cool II preferred, 1913! or 1914 model; must '
czar He received the highest decoration verandas; all conveniences; nothing be in A-No 1 condition. J. 0. Evans.
I of the Russian crownthecross FOR SALE-Anything in Florida better in Florida. Terms reasonable. I Maitland, Fla. 11-33-tfi I ORLANDO l WATER & LIGHT C m.
Real Estate. Orange County Realty 401 West street. 12-7-Gt I
of St. George. Then he joined Company. 11-12-lm --. I LADY SOLICITORS-In Orlando

the Nihilists. FOR RE Furnished house, ten 'I and surrounding territory, to take

When he learned the, nature of the FOR SALE-A large bungalow and rooms and sleeping porch; centrally orders for high grade toilet article; Gas Department
organization he his lot on North Orange avenue. Price located; suitable for either one or i jeasy, pleasant work, good pay; entire i
mem- reasonable. Address or call on Rolla two families. Address F. G. Rush.I time not necessary.! Write C. H. : :
bership. Reel at the Steam Laundry. 11-19-tf! City. 11-26-tf I Co., care Sentinel. R'I' ." 8'O i fltt4a.eOJ'.e'tl"I'J'I'I.'f'Ola oco.tel'

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We want to thank our friends for their liberal patronage '

during our great Stock Reducing Sale and assure all that

your patronage has been thoroughly appreciated.

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

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

goods at the lowest prices consistent for good merchandise.

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

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

satisfactorily than in the past.

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

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 & Sno-w-den I


Cor. Main and Pine Streets ._ Orlando, Florida



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"THE CAR WITH A CONSCIENCE" Tuesday Dinner 11.30 to 2 p.m. Price 35 Cents.

fiv Prompt and Courteous Attention Given to all Patrons. I


Chicken Soup
Lettuce Sliced Tomatoes

Roast Chicken, Dressing Cranberry Sauce
Roast Beef, Brown Sauce

Mashed Potatoes Creamed Onions

Model 43 Chassis: Five-passenger touring car. Wheel base is 116 inches; double drop frame.
Motor 41-4 x 5 1.4: ; four cylinders, cast in pairs; unit power plant; cone dutch; selective type transmis Steamed Rice Mashed Turnips
sion; German silver "V" shaped radiator, square tu..J type;; Stromberg carburetor; full floating: rear
axle.: New Departure bearings; tires, 35 x 4 1-2; Improved Delco electric starting, lighting and ignition Banana I Ice Cream Cake '
system. Gasoline capacity, 21 gallons, tank carried at rear, pressure feed; Standard demountable rims;
10 inch upholstering; nickel trimmings; body, steel; colors: blue or gray, black running gear. Prices Tea Coffee Milk
fully equipped: Touring car, $1,875 delivered. Other models $1,1<>0 to $3,000.



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I' I Armed with shotguns, the deputies
Washington, Dec. 9.The house Spokane, Wash., Dec. .-Gladys exploring the workings were preparedfor t111114'UUl"1 -\
lobby investigating committee has Eaton, a young woman residing at i another underground battle, suchas
'decided on the final draft of its report Palouse Falls, 75 miles southwest of occurred November 2J, when two >><< ItIf..+I..IIIIGIIII +I 1 firL\ L +_.++H.tW..f"@
Chairman Garrett and his asso- Spokane, has rather a unique way of of their number were killed. That V 4++ 1+ 4+G tltltt"'i'; lUlu.I i IL i +H

ciates on the committee have been in making her pin money. She traps ]Lopez has escaped from the mine 4 HH
session practically for forty-eight and poisons coyotes for the bounty i several days ago was still a general 1.; i"'UtH."" t
hours. i I and their fur. She says she has beer. 1 belief. .
The rough draft of the report, quite successful and is making con-:!! Lopez entered the mine on November ,t
which was prepared in Tennessee by siderable money, shipping the hides 27 after he had killed Mexican:: .
Mr. Garrett and brought here ten to a fur company and securing one :miner. r1aracWater '1
days ago, underwent important dollar bounty for each animal killed
changes.The and presented to the county auditor. "VOTES FOR CHILDREN" IS *
report of the committee will Miss Eaton carries a small caliber;; UNIQUE PLAN PUT FORTH &
censure Representative James T. McDermott rifle \uth which she kills her game 00il
Washington, Dec. 9.-"Votes" for
for.borrowing money from after it has been trapped. "I am nota children"
are being advocated by Mrs.
pawnbrokers, saloon men and others, very good marksman and sometimesI Alice Tacher Post, wife of the assist- n
and present an array of facts that have to shoot two or three timesto ant secretary of labor. She addressed Electricity
will make it possible for some Demo- kill them," says Miss Eaton. She
a meeting of the Woman's Single Tax
crat on the committee to move his intends to continue her novel moneymaking
league of Washington on the subject. Gas Water Ice
expulsion from the house. | venture throughout the win-i, "The individual soul is the ultimate
The National Association of Manufacturers ter and looks for better success dur;social "
unit, said Mrs. Post. "Maleor
has been found guilty of ing the cold weather as feed for the
female, old or young, rich or poor,
conducting an insidious lobby at animals will be more scarce. 'wise Office No. 18 West Central Avenue
I I or the individual is the :---
Washington.The I (I citizen. The rule should b report will be signed by all the.THINKS MEXICAN ESCAPED 1 I I
i one vote. '|
members of the committee the Re FROM GAS-FLLED MINE, "Since men and women both con- Telephone No. 6hhtwtfitw'hrrrr
publicans joining the Democrats. No
Bingham, Utah, Dec. 9.-Posses tribute their part to society's makeup -
recommendations will be made.
continued their search of the Utah- ," Mrs. Post continued, "each
Apex mine today for Ralph Lopez. should be equally considered. The 'I'I.ell'IIIII'llelll'llllttt' It'+ llc.el'DICICIIII1 o'll.etl'l
WOOD, COAL AND 1..t''II"8'.1 .. .. . 1twll ;t'OOQ'I ellllI"
I The discovery of his blankets and his children as an important factor of the
Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand's tracks yesterday indicated that he group should also have due consid-
Coal Yard, phone 566. 931.tf'L. had not succumbed to the poisonous eration." !

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buyer to pick up big bargains for cash or terms rom one to ten years

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An elegant residence on plot 7)x123 facing Lake Eola with or- tl" 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 and -
garage summer kitchen. The -

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

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 fromlagnol1a..

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

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 dock 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. Aery rare opportunity to

with orange, grapefruit, tangerine and kumquat trees. make money. Will gladly show any or a'l of these properties =and

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

Four lots 60x1; 1)0 on East Central Avenue, .facing Lake Eola. in your earliest convenience as all this property must be..:soid at an
one of Orlando s best locations. early date.


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The appeal made in Sunday's Sen !--- u...
tinel for aiding a destitute family, !
has met a ready response from our ; 1 -
people as to bedding and clothing, I 7'> (r HfWWTlWl : .'1)f( :
with also some groceries, all being j_ diU( *..v v ;iAl *(alc(tl6) lAUJPROTECTS ( / .
heartily appreciated, and adding vastly I j -
f to the comfort of these needy ones. i ;
Two other families, beside the ones' I-
previously known, have been reported j
since Sunday, not seeking aid themselves i S THE:10 m :

but known by their neighbors) !_ __ }}y enforcement of lavand order t \ro' -
to be absolutely in want. In one of j
THESTATE these two families the mother is tryj j force of arms. =
I ing to support her sick husband and :
two small children by taking in wash == THE FARM :

, BANK ing.the charities committee will grate- !I jty experimental stations, and free reportsof

; fully receive further contributions of their discoveries.
serviceable clothing of all kinds, bed = t
ding, etc., also a special need is foe =z=. THE! FUTURE! : :.;: :
of Orlando grocery orders, to supply actual ne ---- --
cessities. By compulsory education and conservation .

.r One of the city's leading physicians of natural resources.
1893 'phoned at once on Sunday morning to .I
have an order for groceries chargedto THE FINANCE :
if others render sim- -- -.
him, and can -- ) --
LONG ESTABLISHEDSAFE ilar aid until the charity fund can bs --=-----=-- I Jy direct supervision of specific banks and =. --. -
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replenished, the committee will care :-z== only those banks are permitted to le called -
fully use such privilege in relieving .
CONSERVATIVE those who are now sadly needing and "National" tanks and to keep government '-L

deserving help. Those who will sup L funds .- ;
on deposit.
ply groceries may notify Miss Co- j

rinne Robinson. Clothing and general I i 1 :.
supplies, if sent to the Tea Room, !I
, will be taken charge of and carefully I -, ) 0Io \ \
needed. ==-' U ?"..'\):m'; : ff....J \ = "
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Last evening the ladies of the ways k r ts NOIOO6Y lfJTD lll, :U ,
and means committee of the Civic nv cl
League gave a most successful and ------- ---.- ..
delightful dance in the Elks' hall, anda --- ----
large number joined in the even "It is a pleasure to serve you"

ing's entertainment.The j l
I I entire affair was well arranged,' _, __ _ _ r .
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TWENTIETH CENTURY CLUB I MRS. HUDSON ENTERTAINED Mrs. Woodruff again demonstrating =- -" - "",r," -, ," !': '" I', "I ihpu"'"q','''''!!m IN''',''''',I!'I'''"",.''''',,
WITII MRS. BUNCH ' ' :"; ':;:' I ," I : ," ;'!" ::;!" '
MET WEDNESDAY CARD CLUB her genius in making pleasant plans : ' ;,::;:, : : '
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and putting them into execution. .
Mrs. R. L Bunch was hostess yes- The members of the WednesdayCard The music for the Evening was by
terday at her attractive home on Cen- club were delightfully enter. Max Smith and his orchestra, and .1. . .. . . . . .,.. O..lloe.eIOttto't.tttlllllttlttt.ltlltlttlltt' .
I Fr. . .-tr ...Y'L I' till 0 IIIIIII 11111. tie.e e. . .0. . .Wit I t I IIII t. IIII t. I
tral for the Twentieth Cen- tained
avenue yesterday afternoon by Mrs. was excellent; and the floor managers -
; tury club, and the meeting was one W. E. Hudson, at the home of Mrs. )Iessrs. LeRoy Giles, L. B.
; of unusual interest and pleasure. Be- E. J. Temple.Of Fort, Louis Dolive, Irwin Dunn and YOWELL'S
ing the last gathering before the hol- the three tables of players Mrs.J. Tiff Hammond, had the hall in per.
idays, the regular study work was B. Lawton made the highest score. fect condition.
dispensed with, and the guests, as Mrs. J. H. Reese and Mrs. Duffie Luther, the florist, kindly loaned I
, they busied themselves with dainty were substitutes for Mrs. McLean his beautiful palms, and assisted a.: '
needlework, were entertained most and Mrs. Temple, the other players committee in decorating tha hall in !t
charmingly by Miss Hope Starbuck, being Mrs Sperry, Mrs Watson, Mrs. the colors of the league-blue and; R flrnva1 l alNovv
who read a Christmas story. Lawton, Mrs. Walter Wescott, Mrs. white. iupndeu:
Later in the afternoon the hostess, 0. S. Robinson, Mrs. Thornton, Mrs. Mrs. Woodruff, Mrs. Philips and '
prettily assisted by Misses Norma Ferris, Mrs. Schnarr and Miss Cyn- Miss Kilmer mingled with the guests,
Bunch, Thelma Hammond and Mina thia McKee. adding to the pleasure of all, while f
Harris, served a delicious salad Mrs. Hudson has had wonderful Mrs. Lawrence and Mrs. Dolive were
course, fruit and bonbons.The success with rose growing, and the at the door.Delicious. I
visitors for the day were Mes- exquisite blossoms used in decoration punch was served throughout -
dames Wm. Davis, A. M. Harris, yesterday excited the admiration of : the evening by Mrs. Edward Hau- onAn
Chas. McDowell, J. M. Sellers, W. G. every guest. 'seat and Mrs. Chas. Campbell.The .
Hammond, E.T.Poulson and Scruggs, At the close of the pretty party patronesses were Mrs. Gedge
while the club members present were I the hostess served nut cake, fruit Mrs. Thayer, Mrs. Nawdl, Mrs Wes-
:Misses Hope Starbuck and Eunice !cake, and coffee.MENDELSSOHN. cott, Mrs. Davis, Mrs. Beeman, Mrs.
Ivea and Mesdames Mathews, Ives, Warlow, Mrs. Brittain and Mrs Do
Bogue, Robertson, Whitman, Robinson CLUB WILL live. line of Christmas
,Magruder, Overstreet, Dow, GO TO DELANO MONDAY elegant -
: The club will be entertained by Arrangements have been made for I ROSALIND DANCE
Mrs. T. W. Mathews on Wednesday, the Mendelssohn Club to go to De- ..5 suggestions. These nov--
January 7th.CHAPTER Land on Monday, giving there the The annual holiday dance given by
concert which proved so delightful a the Rosalind club is to be held on
HOUSE RECEPTIONFOR success here. A special car will con- Wednesday evening, December 31. | elties are going fast
CATHEDRAL SCHOOL nect with the train which reaches Or- and the board of managers, in orderto
lando after midnight so the club mem avoid misunderstanding, makes the
The faculty of the Cathedral school, bers who wish to return the same following announcement in regard to
with all the boarding students and night can do so, while others will stay invitations.
the senior class, gladly accepted an till Tuesday afternoon. Regular and non-resident club mem-
invitation extended by the Dean and The club will carry Orlando's best bers will each be allowed two cardsof Everything in this mammoth -
Mrs. Gray to be their guests at the wishes for a pleasant and successful invitation and the representativeman
; Chapter House last evening, from trip. of the household is privileged to
7:30 to 10 o'clock. attend on his yearly card. Season and 1 stock reducedN.P.YOWEL
Merry games, music and a happy WOOD EFFICIENCY honorary members are privileged to
social time made this occasion a de- bring an escort, either a man or wo
lightful break in the regular routineof The value of the wood you buy depends man.All
school duty, thoroughly enjoyed by upon its efficiency as a heat members must send in the
each one present with a hearty ap- producer. names of their guests, before Decem-
preciation of the kindly interest Dollar for dollar and cent for cent, ber 17, to :Mrs. A. B. Whitman, chair.
shown in thus providing an evening's the wood we offer you is the most efficient man of the invitation committee.
outing. heat producer ever placed on
Appetizing oyster patties and sal the market. EQUAL SUFFRAGE LEAGUETO
ad, with crackers and hot chocolate,' All we ask of you is to investigate. HAVE PROGRAMThe
added a special "treat" to the fes- ELDREDGE BARLOW. regular meeting of the Orlando
tivities. Phone 375 Equal Suffrage League was held in tMMMtMHMmCliristncisis .

Unity Chapel yesterday morning, and ._ ____ -- -- -- -- __ _n ___ . ___ u_ -
f .MHMMIMIIIIMMiMMMMMMMmmiliMIMMMORLANDO many interesting matters were dis I. II __1r :iCU
, cussed.It rCl' J
r was decided to have a short pro
gram at each monthly meeting, and
Mrs. J. C. Patterson was requested to
take charge of the "Current Events."
The next meeting will be held on
Wednesday, January 14th. Jewelry

1914 PHAETONS BOY WANTED We have now in readinessa
Apply at Marion B. Ires' store. 0 o
Must be at store all day. 12-7-tf most complete stock of

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"The Twentieth Century Farmer"
"Catchum and Killum" (Apollo). & CO Jewelerst
Afternoon all. show, 2 to 4:30; 5 centsto ,

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