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 13, 1913
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1913.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 1, no. 269 (Dec. 20, 1913).
General Note: J.F. Schumann, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 4 (Feb. 14, 1913).
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Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075051
oclc - 34297092
notis - AKR3406
lccn - sn 96027192
System ID: UF00087112:00325
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Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Succeeded by: Morning sentinel

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Direct Service Postal Telegraph until 2 a. m. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY. Orlando Progressive Center of the State.






Atlanta, Ga., Dec 12.Attorneysfor The trial of the Winter Garden negro -
OPPOSITION Leo M. Frank have served Solic- Isaiah Grady, for the murder of AT COUNTRY CLUB GOLF[
STRONG ANTI'SNEW itor General Dorsey with a copy of :his wife continued through yesterday, OF AMERICANS

their brief in the appeal for a new j)and the case went to the jury about
trial for the alleged slayer of Mary nine o'clock last night
Phagan and this, with the brief of At a few minutes to one o'clock this
the solicitor, will go to the supreme morning the jury dispatched a bailiffto
NEAR ORLANDO court. the court room to inquire of the CRACK PERFORMERS

In the brief the-entire case is re- ''I judge if he would send them part of

AND IS BACKED BY WISCONSININ Chris Ringhausen, the apple kingof viewed at length and special stress is the charge as to first degree murder. Ralph Yearby of Orlando, won the THOUGH FULL INFORMATIONOF

CONVENTION MADE UP OF Calhoun county, Ill., came to Or- laid on Judge L. S. Roan's statement Judge Perkins refused to send the sweepstakes handicap in the golf FIGHTING IS NOT GIVENIT

REPRESENTATIVES FROM lando Thanksgiving day and walked when he overruled the motion for new jury the charge but sent word that he tournament at the Country Club yes APPEARS FEDERALSMAY

ALL SECTIONS into the office of Cooper & Atha and trial that he had not been convinced would read the charge again if they terday afternoon, with a score of 76. HOLD OUT
I announced that he wanted to buy a either of the defendant's guilt or his desired to hear it. This was done at It was an eighteen hole match.

Special to the Sentinel good orange grove. innocence. On this point the brief one o'clock, and the jury retired Yesterday marked the opening of Special to the SentineLWashington
Chicago, Dec. 12.-Prospects of an This enterprising firm of real estate says: "There can be no doubt that again. This made the third night the winter season at the club, and a Dec. 12.-The army
apparently irreconcilable difference dealers always have listed some I j Judge Roan did not sanctify this ver- the jury spent OP. the case. number of out of town visitors were transport Sumner was ordered today
between advocates of uniform express of Orange county's, choicest grove !diet by the exercise of that discretion -I! The testimony of the six-year-old present. The course was filled with by the secretary of war to proceedat
rates all over the country and properties. After showing Mr. Ring- which the law demands." I Daughter of the dead woman was local players in the forenoon to determine once from Galveston to Tampicowith

state commissions which will fight for hausen around they closed a deal with I The argument of the Frank case damaging to the defendant's case. the players for the afternoon 10,000 rations and a medical

their own rates, developed today in him for the Walker Bros.' grove containing I before the supreme court has been set Grady had claimed that the killingwas match, which resulted in the follow- corps detachment for the relief and
for December 15 it is accidental the shot been list of contestants assistance of five hundred Americansand
the conference here of the National twenty acres, with about six-. and practically having ing qualified :
Conference of Railway Commissioners. teen hundred full bearing trees. I certain the case will be called then. accidentally fired in a playful tussle Messrs. Stagg, Gedge, Brittain, War- other foreigners who are huddledin
All sections of the country were This grove is located about three The state's brief wa; filed Friday aft- .between himself and wife over the low, Lattner, C. Dann, Yearby, Bab- small buildings on the shore near

represented. The commissioners have miles east of town on one of the new j I ernoon. ,weapon. cock, F. Guernsey and L. Dolive. The Tampico awaiting the result of the
been considering for two days the proposed county brick roads and has !j In commenting on Judge Roan's The child testified that Grady had visiting players were: Messrs. Bo- siege of that city by rebels.

possibility of making intrastate rates always been looked upon as a valua-;I statement when he overruled the mo- demanded money of her mother, and nacker, Lucas, White and Bryan from The Sumner has a capacity of
uniform with the tariffs adopted by ble grove property. Mr. Ringhausen tion, the defense says in part: when she refused the request that Tampa, and Messrs. Meiklejon, Hamilton about twelve hundred in addition to

J the Interstate Commerce Commission.The paid spot cash and took immediate I "This court, keeping in mind the Grady seized the gun and shot her. Vans Agnew and George, from her crew, and is expected to reach

federal commission was repre- possession and put contractors to danger and the temptation, has repeatedly The straightforward statement of the Kissimmee.Mr. Tampico in about sixty hours.

sented by W. A. Ryan, who explainedand work remodeling the residence, and as reversed the court below child was regarded as remarkable by George is a professional, and She is one of the transports held
defended the national rate. T. soon as ready it will be occupied by when it appeared from the record one so young, and it was probablythe Mr. Jos. L. Guernsey had the pleasureof ready at all times to take a brigadeof

B. Harrison, of New York, chairmanof his brother, Mr. Edward Ringhausen, that the trial court, from timidity or strongest evidence against the seeing him in the summer win the infantry to Mexico in case of inter-

the joint committee of express and family, who will have full chargeof from misapprehension as to the law. negro. open state championship at Minneap vention. The latest dispatches from
companies, has been a leader in the the grove. Mr. Ringhausen livesin failed to exercise his own discretionand All the lawyers in the case ad- olis.The Admiral Fletcher show that the siegeis
fight for uniform rates. Calhoun county, Illinois and owns substituted the verdict of the jury dressed the jury. Judge John M. I visitors played well, but they still in progress. Although the dispatches -
With the submission of figures, 700 acres'of land on the Illinois: river for that discretion which it is his solemn Cheney and Messrs. Victor Starbuckand were outclassed by the crack golfers given out do not give full information -

however, showing the advantages of which 325: acres is in a full! bearing duty to exercise. W. L. Tilden for the defense and i I of Orlando, and Yearby won by a the impression gained by
which some states enjoy through the apple orchard, producing about 40,000 Solicitor Cary D. Landis for the state. good margin.Sunday the army and navy department from

reductions effected by their commis- barrels of apples per year. CIVIC LEAGUE DID WELL afternoon a professional them is tint the fH: rals are going to
sions, it became apparent that the Mr. Ringhausen states that he FORMER JACKSONVILLE MAN match will be played between Messrs. hold out indefinitely.1ND1isuiii .

uniform rate had encouraged opposi- bought the first grove to learn the DIES IN TAMPA HOSPITAL Davidson and Babcock and George -
tion that probably would prevent its orange 'business and that if he likes AT MMLOCH'S STORE I I and Brittain, the first named OR each M bUlCOlTTALKIDCFIKDLLAND

recommendation by the state organi- the business as well as he thinks he Tampa, Dec. 12.-While under the !side being professionals.
zations. will it won't be long till he will have LADIES TOOK CHARGE AND OPERATED influence of an anesthetic at the I On December 20 a team from the

Dwight N. Lewis, assistant com- 100 acres of grove or, as he says. I j DEPARTMENT Halcyon hospital here yesterday afternoon Orlando club will play a Tampa team [
merce counsel for Iowa, who led the enough to keep him from getting lazy STORE FOR DAY Henry Webster, a prominent !at the latter place.A .
attack on the proposition, said: while he is spending his winters here. I lawyer of this city and formerly of I large crowd of townspeople wentto

"Why, should states which have The one thing that impressed Mr. Something novel in the way of op- Jacksonville, passed away. Mr. Web- the club in the afternoon yesterday VOLUSJ RECORD GIVES STROM
fought long and hard to" obtain laws F.inghausen most was the lack of erating a department store was ster had been a sufferer for some to witness the play. The Orlando CALLING DOWN FOR SUCH

which will give them low express spraying the groves. In his Illinois staged at McCulIoch's yesterday, time from hardening of the arteries band made music, and lunch was SPIRIT

rates, surrender that advantage now orchards he uses five large power when the ladies of the Civic .League and had been at the hospital for many served in the club rooms. In the evening ,

at the plea of the express companies? spraying machines and sprays from took charge of the sales for the day. weeks. Last week he was consider- a delightful dance was enjoyedby A spirit of antagonism to Orlanda

We will never agree to it" : four to\six times a year, and he saysit : Mr. George McCulloch:: the proprietor ably better and his attending physician the club members and their seems to have been stirred up in De-
Florida and Georgia are said to be is immensely profitable.Mr. i and his force of clerks re- expected to have him out of his guests. Land over the announcement that the

among the states which will'refuse to Ringhausen visited all the lead- mained on duty during the day, but troubles in a week or ten days. lie I Mendelssohn Club will give a per-

I consider the uniform rate. It is ing orange growing sections of the they were in the background; to all intended to leave the institution, but ANOTHERlDAY ADDS TO formance in that city Monday night
thought that Wisconsin and New state and says that Orange county offers intents and purposes it was the Civic his doctor warned him not to 'do so. The latest issue of the Volusia Coun-

York will urge it. I the best opportunities for profitable League establishment for the day. He did, however, and on Sunday was ty Record, copies of which reached

investment. of any place he has I The members who acted as saleswomen brought back again suffering worse DEATH 1.1STfROM FLOOD Orlando yesterday, contained an article -
I than His physician at that time
seen. were Mrs. T. W. :Mathews: ever. calling on the people to down
SCHOOLCLOSESATEKDOFNEXT I Mrs. Charles Wescott, Mrs. Morey, despaired of being able to save him. that spirit and give liberal patronageto
:Mrs.: Edwin A. Davis and :Mrs.: L. H. Yesterday it was considered that an SIX ADDITIONAL TOWNS INUNDATED the Orlando club. The Record
Lawrence. operation was only thing BY WATERS RUSHING says:
i i FIVE HUNDRED PERMITS would save his life, it being intendedto
t Business was brisk from the early TO GULF Now is the time to show it. Or-
his foot The
i j I morning hours, and it was a weary amputate anestheticwas lando is sending seventy-five to a
TWO WEEKS VACATION Judge William Martin's most re- administered, but before the operation -
but cheerful
I' I' crew that counted up the Galveston, Tex., Dec. 12.-Six addi. hundred singers.
'cent ambition has been to issue five could be performed he was
ENJOYED BY STUDENTSAND cash when the day was done. The tional towns were inundated by the When Professor Suhrie took the
TEACHERS [hundred hunt permits, and this proud ladies received a generous percentage dead. flood waters of the Brazos and Colo- college play, "Damon and Pythias,"
I moment was reached yesterday. I'of the profits for the day's work. I i rado rivers today. to Orlando, it was well received. The
About half the number have been issued -\ --- ..WOMEN'S FIGHT OVER JOB
Yesterday! was the last day of the 1 Four persons were drowned' duringthe Orlando people gave him a big wel-
week before the last week of school day. The cold, rainy weather come. When the Glee Club has gone
The state will derive a revenue of AFTER HOME PLAYERS NOW
for the first half of the school year,:. : continues, and the suffering among to Orlando the people have been delighted -
more than a thousand dollars from Indianapolis, Ind., Dec. 12.Officers ; Chicago, Dec. 12.-No longer is there with
for on Friday of next week the pub- the marooned and the refugees is in- their music.The .
lic schools will close for the Christ- (Orange county alone before the end of the local club of the Federal there an official reporter in the Cook tense. One thousand families are Woman's club of DeLind sent
:of the season. Very few nonresident j baseball county probate court. A fight insti-
mas holidays, to open again Monday, league are negotiating for homeless and destitute. delegates to the Women's Club convention -
license have been issued, but it is National and American tuted by three women stenographers,
league players at Orlando. .
January 5. I I Relief trains have been hindered airs tUj:
The term just drawing to a close I likely that this number will be largely which, if successful, will makean who had done the court's reportingfor because of the bad condition of the greatly commended the musical director -
I increased after Christmas, when the almost twenty years, is the reason. of
has been one of unusual prosperityfor entirely home talent team, railroads. this organization, and the
i winter visitors begin to come in for it became known Charging that the women were in of the
the county schools. The enroll- yesterday. Amongthe Angleton, Brazoria, Freeport, Quin- president university. That director
ment at the Orlando schools is up- the hunting season. players being considered are: a combination and held a monopoly tana Columbia and Anchor were the is from the Metropolitan Opera

wards of 750, and the percentage of Shortstop Ownie Bush, Second on the work, Judge Gregg recently I flooded towns today, all within twen- company in New York. He is forcedto
Baseman Paddy Baumann and Pitcher appointed a man as the official reporter -! come to Florida for health
attendance has been better than DIKE TO HOLD ty-five miles of the coast. The flood rea
usual. GATUN LAKE ORDERED Geo. Dauss, all of the Detroit of the court. Signs were post- I I waters are expected to pass into the sons. We have the advantage of it.
Some of the teachers will probably (American league team; Catcher Otto ed in the court room asking attorneysto gulf Sunday.TEACHERS. lie is going to star in the singing of
attend the teachers' convention Miller, of the Brooklyn Nationals, have their work done by the offi- I Tennyson's "Maud." Miss Sinnott is
Washington, Dec 12.-To hold back
and Pitcher Elmer Brown, drafted by cial reporter. to play the accompaniment. Follow-
properly known as the Florida Educational the rising waters of Gatun lake from I CAN SAVE
association meeting, which overflowing into the Atlantic oceanit Brooklyn from the Montgomery 1 The women refused to quit withouta BUT $4.50 A MONTH ing this will be the Hiawatha Legendby
will be held at Key West December Southern league club. contest. It is said the work paid the entire Orlando chorus, with
has become to raise the
30 to January 1, inclusive. The necessary The five players, all of whom began them nearly $5,000 a year. Againstthe Pittsburg Dec 12.-With Edward Mr. Carr and Mrs W. L. Palmer tak-
rim of the lake to 105 feet above sea
length of the trip and the short time level at Canosaddle No.4, along a their baseball careers on the local protests of court officials they Sauvain, principal of the Highland, ing the solo parts.
allowed between the close of the con- ridge about 12 miles southwest of town lots, have shown a willingness continued to appear in court each day, high school, as their spokesman, a President Hulley took hold of this
vention and the opening of school t I Gatun near the Atlantic end of the to talk business with the Fed- and were rewarded yesterday by the delegation representing the high with a view to raising money to pay

will deter some from going who might Panama canal. The work on the dike eral league officials, it is said. announcement that Judge Gregg. hadwithdrawn school teachers of Pittsburg last the athletic deficit. It is DeLand's
attend under different conditions. : his appointee. night appeared before the finance entertainment more than Orlando's.
will be commenced within a few days, PAY
15 CENTS A NAME committee of the board of public edu- Some one has talked of boycotting it.
the contract already having been
I FIRE CAUSES LOSS OF awarded by the isthmian canal com- Tampa, Dec. 12.-Refusing the demand KILLED WHEN HE JUMPS cation and asked for increases in Shame on such a person. That per-
$300,000; IN COHOES mission. of the registrars of the various: FROM FAST MOVING TRAIN wages. son would cut his nose off to spite his

Cohoes, N. Y., Dec. 12.-Fire which This dike, which will 'run betweenthe precincts of the county to be paid $2 t Prof. Sauvain asked that the max- own face What has Orlando done to
broke out in the heart of this city's headwaters of the Sin river and a day for making up the new regis- Pittsburg, Dec 12.-When an east imum salary be raised from $2,:.00 to DeLand? They are our neighborsand

business section early today was sub- the LaGrato river, will be approxi- ter of voters, the county commissioners bound Panhandle railroad passenger 2750. He said that with the ex- friends. They are coming hereto
dued shortly before 8 o'clock after a mately 900 feet long.A have decided to pay them only train was speeding forty miles an ception of New York the cost of liv- help us raise money to pay our
dozen buildings and manufacturingplants 15 cents for every name registeredwith I hour, a short distance west of Steu- ing in Pittsburg was greater than in athletic deficit. The boys need money

had been destroyed with a loss a minimum payment of $30. benville, Ohio, this morning, Walter any other city in the country. He badly. Let every one patronize it.
of half a million dollars. One firemanwas nice book a box of fine station- The registrars were of the opinion i E. Frederickson, a passenger, jumped said the high school teachers had not Orlando will be out of pocket. Theyare
badly hurt by a falling wall. ery, a toilet set, a collar box, a mani. that the law gave them $2 a day for through a window and was instantly had increase in seven years. giving us this entertainment for
cure set, a beautiful water color pic- sixty days to do this work, but the; killed. Frederickson, a farmer of Prof. Sauvain laid before the com- less than it costs to come and give it.

TilE WEATHER ture, and a large variety of lovely commissioners thought otherwise and| Red Oak, Iowa, was on his way to mittee a statement showing that high Let every one turn out. Let the students
Florida: Fair Saturday and Sunk presents for those friends of yours. were supported in their contention by Sweden to spend the Christmas holi- school teachers here were able to save who want to help pay the athA
gay.t Curtis & O'Neal. County Attorney Dozier De Vane. jdays. .only $4.50 a month. letic deficit bring their friends. .

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s GET IN THE SENTINEL ,The morning newspaper is a fact I I Dade City is to have another bank. MMMIMMMMMIIMIIMIiilllilHllllltllllllllllllillllM............. . _fiilwt
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dr CHRISTMAS EDITION paper-not a rumor paper. It prints,It will be a national bank with a pai( MMMMtllHriHBMOOrlando
:"\ the news of the world with well considered -'up capital of $25,000. A fine two- 0
f The Sentinel has announced a method-eliminates mere'story brick building will be erected to
,i: Christmas edition to be issued Sun- guess and mere sensationalism alike.It I house the new institution. ORLANDO O BANK A & TRUST I COMPANY

iay, December 14. is not edited hysterically, to appealto
.j This edition will go into practically people who live and think in hys-
are being perfected in Jack-
f every home in Orange county. It terics. It selects, from the news of
sonville for the entertainment of the : 1I orida.
f will be the very best opportunity for the day, that which has real signifi National League of Commission Merchants -
the merchants of .Orlando to place cance and human interest It cuts out
t which meets there January Capital and Surplus 12500000.
their Christmas before the
offerings the morbid, the unfil-Tampa Tri
1416. It is believed that this con-
& buyers of this county. It will be the bune.
vention will be one of great impor- '
,. only opportunity for business men to Report of the Condition of
tance to the state, as it will give the
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reach all the county at one fell THE ORLANDO BANK & TRUST
Frank Singleton, a negro railroad commission merchants much informa-
I swoop, as it were. The circulation
switchman, was thrown from box tion about the products here. i
If the Daily Sentinel is good, better i i:0:
r. car and crushed to death Sunday A big room of fruit and vegetable ex- : At the close of business November
than any other daily paper issued inr night in the freight yards near the hibits will be a feature of the conven- 'Y: -, 17, 1913. In compliance with Chapter
coming into the county, but the ,
Broad street viaduct in Jacksonville. tion. x3 6427, Laws of Florida.
circulation of the special edition will
be better, for it will be mailed to all : RESOURCES

and will reach into the remote places, MIMIIMMMlMMMHMHtlMMiMIMtMMmiBltHRas Ii. ;; ;. .i. ; 't. .: Banking 1I0u eiu; i e
the byways and hedges, and it will be :'.t.. ...i' ;.;. and Fixtures ..........$ 25,97487Loans
f ample time to carry the message before ' -r and Discounts..... 396206.53

the Christmas shopping is Overdrafts ............ 406.93
t r planned. II w N r rJ Service' 44/ r Stocks and Bonds ....... 26,0183:
This is a word to the alert business % Cash on Hantf and in

l man who recognizes an opportunity p r Banks ............ .... 132,377.44
when it comes a-knocking at his

rfoor. Are you on? I4 : 3 $580,98448

k always been accepted in.Orange County as th .' ., LIABILITIES
TAFT ITEMS # Capital Stock ............$100,000.00
best be obtrined. No has { _
Taft, Fla., Dec. 10.-Mr. J. 0. Mil- to one ever complainedand F
'r Surplus and Undivided
ler has moved his house recently pur- no oneever will, because our trees are the; best ;'_ i' Profits ................ 32,16662

chased of Mr. Schumann to front on and cheapest (in the end) pjssible to procure. r Deposits ............... 448,817.48
First street. He is improving his
house and premises in fine shape.
Who ever heard of one untrue to name or who- J' t:+ $580,984.10
!Ir. J. E. Tracy, of the Novelty
ever heard of an ignored claim? -----
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Works, is on a business trip to Ala. .
bama. "_ M. SI. SUITH
\ offer first from : PresidentW.M.DViS
\ e you choice the largest stock -
Nelson has gone to Jack
sonville to take position in the factory in the world for this season's planting and your suc- : Vice-President.

this place.of Mr. Severence, formerly of cess with our stock is already assured when your : I' | United State Government, State and County Depository G. E 1WLAC: 'shier.FRoSLESmTE .

is Free advice to stock and
Rev. A. M. Ash has decided to re- grove planted. as per-
main with us and will hold servicesat sonal inspection of your land when requested on any :: ::::: :::::::::: ::: :::: ::: ::::::::: :::::: ::::::::::::: ::::::::: :: :: :

the chapel each Sunday at 11 a. in. I planting of 300 trees or more. Suitable discountsto

and 7 p. m. of In fact, the best For and
planters large Economy
acreage. very -
Mr. J. II. Estes and his friend, J. E. purchase
Henry, journeyed to Kissimmee last : of everything and 0. W. Conner behind it all. T 1CF of
week on business and pleasure. They : \V RIG H .. .. co power your money -

report that their meals, while there, : "Try Wright's" Farm
would not compare favorably with .
Taft. We have noticed previously : ADDRESS Thais Our Business ; and Garden Seeds. in

that people, after in Taft, Orlando Florida

cooking where.dissatisfied tell Quality with the,story.A meals quantity living. obtained and good else are O OOKLAAIIA A NURSERIES U [ I[ : and bulk.Quality.Fresh "Motto". Quantity .I

large party of homeseekers from Farm Eggs, 40 cents dozen; Ice, 40 cents 100 pounds; Best Creamery Butter 40

. Wisconsin arrived in town yesterday. I cents; Sweet Milk, 13 cents quart, 7 cents pint; Qranges 10 cents dozen; Limes 10 cents

They are registered at Hotel Taft Dept. 23,. Tangerine Fla. :, dozen; Butter Milk, 10 cents. quart. Chesepeak Bay Oysters, (selects) 50 .cents quart, 30
They all to be '
very favorably rMMIMMMMMMMMIMMMMIMieHHUMMHMMIHammond cents pint.Individual.
impressed with Taft, and
if ,
most not
all of them will locate here. They -, - Package 10 Ibs. Ass't Fruits "That Xmas Present" delivered by Express,
have looked over several parts of (charges prepaid) all points east of Rocky Mountains, at your door $1.35 cash with order.

Florida and they say that Taft is the r- ,
best of all.

Mrs. J. S. Barklow. who was quite .IMMIMIM . . . . . .." .... . . . .". 11..11.111111.1111
'" - - Gore .
ill fora few days, is -improving.Another '

new house building on
Third street and there are rumors of UAL"SAiE"j'AT
the building of another large depart- THE GREAT
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ment store here soon by some Northern -
capitalists. Let them come, the
more the merrier. They come so fast COMPARE
that we can not record them all.

ADVERTISE of letters remaining DLETTERSList uncalledfor OUR FURNITURE' I K1\NNBR'\ S New Y HK Bar i l Store
in the Orlando, Florida, postofficefor 1V( provide the quality of furniture that has long
the week ending December 6th, been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the
1913. When calling for same please standard of merit If an article is here i it is good.It .
"advertised. wouldn't be here were it otherwise. can't make
.. say W. M. O'NEAL, P. M. this point too clear-it is one of the foundation stonesof Continues Until Christmas, December 25
Men's this business, and that means much to any biier.McNHLL .
List-Alford, Manuel; Atkinson
; Areal, H. I.; Butler, S. S.
Brooks, Oscar; Brassell, Hardie; Bryant & DAVIS BLOCK New Goods arriving daily, such as Clothing, Shoes, Hats, Notions,

Joseph; Baggett, J. D.; Camp and all kinds of Novelties for the Holiday trade. This
bell, Isaac; Dixon, Rev. A.; Daviscs, | Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St., Orlando, Fla.

I Shany; General, Adson; Huffman, S. J stock of new and up-to-date merchandise I will sell'in this great
: D.; Irvin, J. A.; Jelds, Will; Johnson,
Ogden;_Little, M. J ; Long, E. C.; Annual Sale at Sacrifice Prices. Our stock was never more complete .
Lyons, Dome; Moreman, M. S.;. Men-
dy, Rafaeld; Roberson, C. A.; Reid, than now. Every item in our store has been added to with

W.. R.; Ruslin, W. G.;. Reno, WallaneJ. LUCERNE THEATRE new and up-to-date merchandise. We have.a larger line than
(2)); Saunders, Joe; Satkamp, Au

gust; Smith, W. N.; Thompson, Earn _.. MONDAY DEC. 15 ever for you to select from. We will give you more bargains in '
est; Williams, John; Wallace, J. C. a
; ,,,,
Washington, George; Waldo & Atkin :>'Jj." v this store that it will pay you to give us a trial, as the dollars and

son.Women's List-Adams, Mrs. Mary; THOMAS.DIXON, Jr., cents are what you are looking after. It will pay you to visit our

Baker, Mrs. Minnie; Crocker, Miss -IN- store and see the offerings we have.r'1 .
Emma; English, Miss Margaret; Fo- e
ran, Mrs. T. D.; Jennel, Mrs. Shol- THE SEASON'S
tart; Jamela, Mary; Lonis, Mrs Wil- '

lie Lillie; MartIn; Putman, Miss, Annie Miss ;Lucy Morgin; Smith, Mrs., SENSATIONThomas AFY Km t rI Bargain r i mr rl

Mrs. Chas.; Smith, Mrs. Junius T.; J.J.I J
Simons, Miss Florence; Williams,

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The Mexicans have resolved that THE I
the last election was not in accord- Cathedral School :
ance with the law and the prophets,
: and decided to call another one to be EAST CENTRAL AVENUE I Friday and Saturday Specials I
held on the first Sunday in s'eptem- LoopardsiDramatized Orlando's Select Boarding and
ber next, and in the meantime to con- ,
School For Girls
tinue Huerta in office as president of Day I Boys and Girls Hats at Cost. Untrimmed
the republic. Any people living and Reopens Wednesday, October 1. I
doing business on the American con Primary, Intermediate, and College I Shapes at cost.

tinent that so far overlooks or is ignorant Spots Preparatory Grades.
of the inestimable benefits of Also Courses in Music, Art, Elocution I Saturday Night 7 to 8
the Sabbath as to call a national election Domestic Science, Physical Cul-!

for that day of the week, dem- ture. j Silks 50c '
the Twelve specially trained Teachers., at per yard
onstrates by this very act that theyare by Author j
not yet ready for self Individual attention. Loving care.
govern- of "The
ment, and needs the strong arm of Clansman"Startling j I REV. RODERICK P. COBB, A. M., IISSES\ HAULM & DUNN
the greatest Christian government in Daring, Sensational Principal.

the world to teach them the rudiments , Dramatic.
of modern government. Everything
indicates that long before the The Sentinel sells space on its Agents for Barclay Corsets
date above mentioned, Huerta will Love Humor Pathos Tragic Power known guaranteed circulation. This .
have been deposed and the militant paper is the one best medium in this McCall's Patterns
little republic started along in the Excellent Cast Directed by the Author filed for the advertiser who wants to : ;

. .t 5 right direction. Prices, 50c. to 1.50 Seals :m sale at De L.nc 's Pharmacy. get before the public. >

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Washington, Dec. 11.-Presiden;i ELECTRiC i f VACUUMCLEANERs [

Wilson stayed in his room toda;y SLEMONSur H HCoffling

fighting a cold and cancelled all hi:: .
engagements by order of his physi
cian. The president was to haVE
been presented by the British ambassador .

here with an embossed copy oi Have room or house Fa I bOOUS Me
an address delivered at Carlyle, Eng your ew ow ginWe
land, and had several engagement
with congressmen.The cleaned without dust or trouble

began a president's week ago.indisposition It started with really a of moving furniture, .

cold in the head and nose and extended .
into his throat He improved b}
sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co.
staying in bed several days last week
The Pierce Electric Co. send an Ex-
but during the last day or two took a made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore.UIiing Quality" Shoes.
little more cold wmch affected his
voice. He intends now to remain in perienced man. .. Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and Towels.

bed until he gets rid of the cold. Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from II. B. Claflin & Co.

WOMEN WOULD ENTER MINE SEE THEM FOR TERMSOHtJBCH & Co. Best place in the city to trade.


Bingham, Ufch, Dec. 11.-Two wo-

the Apex men workings sought mine late permission and last appeal night at to the Ralph to Utah-enter Lopez The rl [ Lt tltLT L L lllncl W. SLEMONS

slayer of six men, to give him- ORANGE AVENUE
self up in order that they might ob-
tain the $1,000 reward on his head
mine November .,. .... ..IMMtMMMMMMMMUHCHMMtMtMUmitHHMttMHfntO'HMPONT '
in the -
Lopez took refuge on ..,." ..." ., .$t..o.t..t..t. .. ..... .
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27, where he killed two depu-
ties in an underground battle two
days later and all attempts since to .,III.t.II..QelIID llDeOtli O CII.. = .II. . PUT IT OFF LONGER

him dead or alive have failed

pez's capture The gallantry women said would they induce believed him Lo-to ORL4NDO O OPERA( ft HOUSE ij ( 1. COME TO US RIGHT AWAY

surrender, knowing that his day :J, 1 1 \
numbered.' The singular request
were was not granted.COMMISSIONERS and Get a Suit That Is a Suits

December 13th Ti If _.

TO PROBE the Style You Fancy-Gel

CHARGES AGAINST SHERIFF Maid s . Your Mone"s'orthJ..Suil or $1 t.J

Wrestling I ], Overcoat Made to Order . . ,
Pensacola, Dec. 11.-As the resul "

of James charges MacGibbon made ,by the County board of Auditor coun Prof. George Grundahl Others at $17.50, $28, $ .5325 Up-Fit, Style and

ty commissioners, after a preliminary i Weight 157 Ibs I 1. Workmanship' Guaranteed
investigation. called a special meet Middle Weight Champion -

ing for next Wednesday, when tht. 4 i of Florida No matter what price you want to put into a Suit or an Overcoat
i board will convene itself into'a boardof _
-and- with the absolute that bet
I \ you may come to us assurance you'll get
inquiry, swear witnesses and heaI _____ _
Prof. Oscar Kiviiahti! for other tailor
evidence against Sheriff A. Cary Ellis, -*. ter valUe--more your 'm'ythan at any shop. on
whose cost bills against the countyit 6 t Weight 155 Ibs 1 earth, and you'll get an absolutely square deal.

is alleged, show grave irregulari 4 Middle Weight Cham-
ties. When this action was taken, th p'on of Finland

sheriff told the board he was in total ; Will meet here for the Mid LI C. L. PIPXct>r
ignorance of such conduct in hI.
any die Weight Championship of .
office and wired to the governor. tc j ': '' Flor da. It will be a clean 34 CHUTiCH srjVE ) 11, J ,1iT I :
send the state auditor to check ul "j1' match and ladies are invited .
)_is office and accounts, saying' he d4'- . --- -- --- -
: to come and enjoy the spo't. 4 ---- --
would cent that had beer ri GRIND LENSES
return every FIT GLASSES
Prices,Seats three sides
illegally collected_from. the county. "' of the mat on stage 75 cents. AND DO ALL KINDS OF The Most Enthusiastic S. P. U. G.
Reserve Seats 50 cts. General -
RICH WOMAN DIES Admission 25 cents. Would not object to a single article in
BY ASPHYXIATION Back gal'ery for colored people
(5( cents. our stock as a Christmas gift. They are all
Columbus, 0., Dec. 11..Dliss Barbara
tt t .I.a'4"ltl".Jt'I'tO" t useful as well as ornamental, and the varietyis
Hart, of Caruthersville, Mo.,
died this morning as a result of ga so large that* the appropriate, proper

asphyxiation. Her death occurred al IIII I I I I DR. L H. RAMSDELL present for young or old, male or female, may

most her simultaneously grandmother, with Mrs. the L. B.funeralof Hart f Iii; ;;;; r'rl iT ; OPTOMETRIST be easily selected. We are quite enthusiastic -

of Worthington, 0., who was found roc but once I Ii (Successor to Dr. 0. P. Likins) over our selection of standard and late
dead Tuesday in the Hart home at i ORLANDO, FLORIDA
Worthington.Miss . r r books. Practically every one is pleased witha

Rachel Hart, sister of the @
book, so when you cannot decide just what
young woman who died today and
who was overcome also, is believed t. RIGHT NOW we offer two propositions on TERMS OF $10 DRS. WM. HARPER to buy, you are safe if you select somethingin
be recovering. The latter's marriage DOWN AND $10 PER MONTH. Every young man in 1(JOSEPHINE HARPEROSTEOPATHS
standard literature. From the little
to Dr. Edgar Allen of this city,,announced Orlando should embrace this chance to begin or add to his

to occur on December 27, estate. kiddies to the grandparents we can show
probably will be postponed.Miss Oldest Established Practice In
Orlando for each
something one.
Barbara Hart was to have SEMINOLE PARK LOTS
19 W. Church Street, Up-Stairs
been married soon to Calvin Howe of
On the Map Before Seminole County Consultation and Examination -
Duluth, Minn. The Misses Hart had Free ,
Inside Lots $100. Corner Lots $125.
nly recently inherited a legacy of
Money and six per cent interest back one year from the date IMIMIMMMHIIMMMIArtistic "
$500,000. if dissatisfied. The Arcade Book and Music Store
you complete purchase
Christmas Gifts at Tuttle's

Altamonte Springs, Dec. 11.-Several Near Lake Underhill. Finest grove land and finest grovesin The Tuttle Shop is located in a partof FIRE INSURANCE
parties motored Longwood to Berman's San Juan
I store opposite
Orange County. Develop a grove on your monthly spare
be present at the wedding of tht hotel. 12-12-Gt
change. PRICE $50 PER ACRE. Timber practically pays
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. II. Rand for '
They are among the early settlers of Apalachicola lost one of her most ( Thel ILY'o Success.
Longwood and have a beautiful home NO INTEREST-NO TAXES valuable citizens a few days ago in lTYA11 \
in the midst of their extensive orange the death of Capt. James Montgomery. eouNTRYflEALESiAUCK6
grove, where the happy couple were until you own the deed. The respect for the deceasedwas

united in marriage, surrounded bya ORLANDO REAL ESTATE CO. marked in the closing of all bus- JANSEN ,
large number of friends They left iness houses in that city to attend the
> Room 2. Watkins Block. i IMPROVED ANO. ------ t4TART
for a short visit,,to Miami and later funeral. I
will go to Palestine Texas, where UNIMPROVEDQRLAHDO
will make their future home. I
The tourist hotel is rapidly fillingup u In four small 5-room houses, only
and as the rooms are all booked "" " '&' three blocks from postoffice. Price
will soon be filled to its capacity. The for the bunch, $4,550; or single sale
$1,250 each. Renting for $15 per Office in Rock Building ORANGE AVE. Opposite San Juan Hotel
beautiful winter residences are all The
i Altamonte month.
occupied by their owners, who are all Who wants a cheap home or wants ,
enthusiasts of Altamonte's delightful to invest
winter climate, which lasts all theJe&l' I offer $50 reward for the owner of
Prospectors seeking desirable Altamonte Springs, Florida property in the city of Orlando, Fla., "MillMMMIIMIMMMMHIimiMIIIIIIHMIMMlM5c
that will duplicate this property in
locations for both winter homes and price and location. CRISPETTES 5c
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permanent residences are to be met STOW": OPEN"Most : For the above and several 5, 10,
20, 40-acre country homes improved,
on the streets almost daily and several some with growing crops stock and Fresh Corn Crispettes May be Bought at any of the following'well J |
have exclaimed Eureka and have beautiful spot in all Florida tools; seeCHADWICh- known places:
decided that this is the ideal spot Nine miles from Orlando. Every com- FOR LOW PRICES. N.J.MerckThe Rexall Drugstore Delaney't Drug StoreE.
they were looking for. Phone 398. R. Bliss' Fruit Stand King's Grocery Store
fort and
1 amusements, Golf, etc. Amongthe Open evening 7 to 8. 12-9-6t Mayer Galentine and Mayer's Candy Store
tall pines, between two lovely lakes. Mr. Richardson's Pop Corn Stand
Order grapefruit and orange trees Cusine and service first-class. A. D. Galbraith, D. V. S., the vet-
now. W. H. Brokaw, salesman. THE CRISPETTE CO.12.2tf
12-2-tf rinary surgeon, located at T. J. .
Mathers' livery stable. Phone 14.

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South Florida Sentinel all events here on earth the Rev. Edward T. Poulson, D. D., pas- With a wealth of new scenery, cost- From the many expressions voiced KNULLFLORALCOI L
MORNING AND WEEKLY greatest is the birth of a baby. Great tor. by the children of Orlando this week I
; ly wardrobe, light effects, and all new
JOSIAH FERRIS, Editor and Owner. battles are fought, won and lost. Nations Public worship at 10:45 a. m. and accessories, and with an organizationof over the beautiful doll on view in the CUT FLOWERSOUR
and religions rise and fall. 7:30 p. m. Subject of morning ser- window of T. II. Evans' jewelry store
Entered at the postoffue at Orlan.iu. For many fresh faces and novel special
Ha. u Second Clasc Mail Matter Great cities flourish a day, and tomorrow mon, "The Christian's Peace In features, America's favorite minstrel and to be given away to the child SPECIALTY
the sand lies heavy over keeping with this subject, Mrs. Nut- holding the lucky number, which each i ; Phone 2516 TAMPA, FLA.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES comedian, Neil O'Brien, and his Great MMMMIHUMMIIIMM/
them. And of all these events the ter will sing Cairo Pinsuiti's great and every child will have, not just
THE DAILY SENTINEL American Minstrels, will be the attraction -
One Year, .... .... ...... ...$5.00 eternal Niagara of new babies is the song, "Peace, Troubled Heart!" at the Orlando opera house the one lucky number, but an equal -
essential foundation.He The subject will be "Hit- chance to it the big Park tent
first and evening ,
Six Months . . .... ... ... .... 2.50 Saturday night, December 19th. Thisis secure I
Three Months . .. .. . .... .. . 1.25 knows little of real life, its ting the Trail; or, How to Be Some- Mr. O'Brien's second season at the will accommodate every child in Or-
-.--- greatest happiness, deepest devotion, body." The young men and women head of his own company. Last year, lando, for the happy children declare
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1913. intensest suffering, who has never will be present in large numbers.All his first as a star, firmly establishedthis they will all be there and all hope to
witnessed the arrival of a new human seats are free; everybody invited secure this truly Christmas present.
popular minstrel and his splendid
If you don't hurry you won't be being in this life of progress and -the ushers will be prepared to take Tonight Park's show give their final
of the
company as one country'sstandard
able to shop early.Representative struggle. care of all who come. performance and it will be a laugh-
attractions, and enlisted to
f.; -o There lies the new baby at last, i its I Sunday school promptly at 9:30a. his clientele all lovers of clean, whole- ing affair entitled "A Nutmeg

Hobson tackled an black face gradually turning pink, its m. Classes for all ages, and teachers some, genuine minstrelsy. This sea- Match." This play will bring to a For Sale
Irishman by the name of Donovan in first gasping breaths changing the with well prepared lessons. Ask son Mr. O'Brien has determined to close a highly successful week for

the house the other day, and came color of its blood, .its tiny fists open- about the Baraca and Philathea add to the fame already secured and this very popular company

'near to getting the fight that he's ing and closing-reaching out for classes. give his admirers a minstrel enter- 20 Acres Al land, near town.
been sp'iling for. Maybe somebodywill nourishment already, its face tying Young People's meeting at 6:30 p. "THE LEOPARD'S SPOTS"AT
and if
even more ,
satisfy him yet itself into the first philosophical, cos m., in Rest and Tea Hall, oppositethe it is possible, more enjoyable than THE LUCERNEThe 200 budded one year old grape
o mos-interrogating knot. Its feet turn church. The Juniors will meet at
fruit. Well fenced, Special fora
his great show of last year. With
The merchants of Bartow have helda inward and its legs are crooked. Its 3 o'clock. I next theatrical attraction at
this object in view he has surrounded
get together meeting and have head is so shapeless as to discourage Prayer and fellowship meeting the Lucerne theater is Thomas Dix- few days at $100. per acre.
himself with a company of stars almost -
agreed on a schedule of special sales any one but a mother; it has three Wednesday night at 7:30. I himself and on's famous story, "The Leopard's
as prominent as ,
a days, which are to be advertised years of gurgling, 10 years of child- The inspiring song service by choir has staged a minstrel production witha Spots," Monday night, which has been

throughout the surrounding section. hood, 10 years of foolishness, 10 yearsof and congregation is a special featurein lavishness that is said challenge dramatized and the objectionable Cooper & Atha

Not a bad idea for the mercnants cf vanity-and possibly a few year the Sunday evening worship. Don't comparison with some of the most parts of the story mostly left out.
any town to adopt. of real usefulness ahead of it miss it. You'll be a stranger in this The play is udder the personal direc-I
I pretentious shows that have left New 114 ORANGE AVENUE
o Some one must be patient, hopef!" church only once.UNITARIAN. tion of Mr. Dixon, which gives an
York in the past decade. The new I
The Christmas editions are appear- nterested, proud, never discouraged, added interest to the play, as the
"first is
'part" scene as most I Orlando Florida1253m.
ing already. The Fort Meade Leader always devoted, through all these CHURCH spectacular and beautiful in its conception famous novelist will, we understand, I -
and the Zolfo Springs Truth are the years. be here in person. Tickets for this
and in its vari-colored effectof .
\ first Florida papers to come out in That "some one," the mother, lies (Corner Central Ave and West St.) attraction are now on sale at the
I and gold. The terraced platform -
holiday dress. Both papers printed there weak and white on the bed. Rev. Eleanor E. Gordon, minister. reveals an ensemble of noted' DeLaney & Abernethy drug store.
f. good special editions, which were well] Her forehead and all her body are Subject of morning sermon, "Are I
singers and comedians and a big or-
patronized by their merchants.The wet with agony-but she thinks no Unitarians Loyal to Jesus?" chestra, all attired in black silk and FAVORITE THEATER TOD.1Y"The
o of that. school 10 o'clock.
longer at
Sunday satin. The effect with the scenic Iron Trail" (Bison). A spec-
linotype man of the Ocala Ban, She has heard her baby's first cry. Unity Circle on Wednesday afternoon -
tacular two-reel feature.
background of white and gold is saidto
ner caused the editor to thatS. and whether it be her 3 o'clock. Mrs. I
say first or her at Paper by be most pleasing. "In Search of Quiet" (Imp.). A
P. U. G. stands for the society for tenth the feeling is the sam Her May M. Watson, "General Booth and stirring drama in which an escaped

the prevention of useless giging. The feeble, outstretched arms and her hollow ]- the Salvation Arm)"." .I convict is outwitted by a clever coun-
original meaning might be changed to loving eyes are turned toward Story hour on Saturday afternoonat I CHICKEN SUPPER
try girl and a young poet.
make it read "Society for the Preven- the helpless little creature. 3 o'clock; Mrs. Isabel Collins, I Served by the Methodist Ladies' Matinee 2 to 4:30. Night 6:30 to Dr. BucKmaster

tion of Useless Giggling." But that Those arms and that love will never leader. I II Aid, in the room opposite the Grand 9:30.

would mean the abolition of all gig- desert it as long as the mother shall I theater, Saturday, December 13th, Admission 5 cents to all.

gling.!: CHRISTIAN ALLIANCERev. from 5 to 10 p. m. Price 35 cents. j I
live.The II Osteopathic Physician
;. 0 mother's weak hand support 1 II I Warman Repairs and Retires Baby

The Marion county board cf traJe the heavy, dull baby head and guidesit Howard Van Dyck and wife, When you contemplate getting married -i i I Carriages on Court street. 12-5-tf 132 Orange Avenue
held a rousing meeting the other to its rest on her breast. returned missionaries from China,
you satisfy yourself that
night and the Star it to have And that hand will conduct the services the Bank
reports which supports the at Mission the particular girl you have in mind For trees see W. H. Brokaw. Of- Next door to People's ,
been the best and most harmoniousin head of the new-born baby, the moth- Alliance hall on Pine street, at Acute and chronic
is the only one you want. When you fice opposite postoffice. Phone 267. up-stairs.
some time with all the wheel 2r's hand, the 3:30 and 7:30
supports civilization of p. m.
I(I see those Gatlin lots you will want 12-2-tf diseases treated.Telephone .
horses present. Once in a while this the "'orld.-Cleveland News. I
them all. Jansen will fix it for you
happens in every town. The troubleis FIRE DEPARTMENT GIVEN
I when your choice is made. 12-5-tf Subscribe for the Sentinel. I 578.
the wheel horses are not overly There is nothing that gets on our GOOD PRACTICE RUN .

constant in their attendance.The nerves more quickly than the claim I

o from an official that he is "entitledto The fire department answered a

Dunellon board of trade set to a second term" because he might call yesterday afternoon shortly be-
work to get the growers of the neigh- have been elected to one term in of fore two o'clock, and made a good run P'fi

borhood to concentrate on certain fice. Our laws designate the time to Pounds' planing mill near the Seaboard Christmas m for His M jest --tne ao

crops and succeeded in having a hun- during which a man shall hold office crossing. A locomotive engine

dred acres put to cantaloupes, ninety and fix his remuneration therefor,and had thrown sparks on the dry grassin
acres to watermelons and fifty acres this is all that he is "entitled" to. that neighborhood and the flames

to tomatoes. That's the kind of prac- The public at large is entitled to the had caught some of the lumber. When .

f; tical work that counts, and is worth very best officials that it can secure the hose truck reached the scene the
more than a whole year of windjam-i for the places to be filled, and for any railroad hands and those about the mother will supply the baby with enough"jimeracks'make

ming about our unsurpassed soil and man to vote for another just because mill had about conquered the blaze, your gift of a more permanent nature.

t climate. he claims he is entitled to another ,although the department laid a line The following suggestions arc only a few of the many

L term, when there are just as good and I of hose and made ready to do battle. articles we are showing in a special baby display,
t The Miami AletOPOIiS.asks, Have perhaps better men, but as candidates 'The damage was insignificant.

r you read that Bryan'primary law?" perhaps better men, seemss to us to Gold Rings for tiny 1
Answer: We have. Comment: And be an act wholly at variance with LITTLE GIRL SHOT IN $$11!)1 and upFather'and
fingers I
I we defy any man to read it once and the principles of Democracy.-Osceoa ARM BY HER BROTHERA

l know much more about it than he d Journal. .
Lockets and Chains fln
I nn |
little girl shot in the
1 before. Further comment: It is up to was army
somebody to understand the law CASE ENTERED AGAINSTCOMMISSIONER I> her brother at Winter Garden yes for girl baby necks QLiUU) I dllll Up

Suggestion: That the governor appoint JOHNSON terday.1 The children were playing
several able bodied men in each City Commissioner-elect S. A. Johnson 1 with a rifle when the piece was accidentally Little gold pins for

i precinct to study, digest and assimilate was arrested last night on Orange C: discharged, causing a flesh little dresses il nC E1uu
f the law, and meditate upon it day avenue for running his automoOile 1 wound. The child is not badly hurt. r

[ and night, and then give their fellows without a light. Patrolman Spell 'The name of the wounded child's Silver Cups, $1.00 and up
i the benefit of their knowledgeby made the case. The city commissioner j lather is Tomlinson, as it came to a

easy instalments.! will appear before retiring Mayor I representative of the Sentinel Come make your selections before the prettiest piecesare
f. W. H. Reynolds this t hrough: the telephone.Mr. .
0 morning. gone. We'll lay them aside if you are not ready to

t I Bradentown has had a municipal take them.
FAVORITE MANAGEMENT TO and Mrs. Thomas H. Newcomb,
k' election resulting in the choice of C.
PLAY SANTA CLAUS C of Shelton, Conn., are in Orlando, -
A. Birney to be mayor. It was a
Proprietor B. E. Miller of the Favorite guests of the San Juan.
t warm contest and betting was a fea- -
I ture. As a result of a freak motion picture theater will
of the losers had to roll give nuts and candy to all the children DOES YOUR SCALP ITCH
a peanut
who to his If one bottle Davis' Hair Remedyoesn't [ the Jeweler
house "
; up the main street of the town with come play on vans
Christmas The ( cure we'll give your money
f jovial proprietor
an eight foot two by four piece of ,
I back. Estes Pharmacy sells it.
of the Favorite needs
t timber. The novel performance attracted only a slight
disguise to make him ]12.9tfOSTEOPATHY
an ideal
much attention '.vliich was appear OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE
t Santa Claus. He is the children's
augmented by the winner who walked
behind the performer and tormentedhim friend, and they all like the Favorite. -

with a megaphone recital of EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING

what it was all about DR. J. C .HOWELL

I HAIR FALLING OUT I J[[lours, 10-12, 3-5, and by appointment ...

Mr. Taft and Mr. Roosevelt agree Davis' Hair Remedy will stop it. N'o extra charge for house treatment - -

: in at least one opinion, and that is Money back guarantee. Estes Phar. Telephone connections
;- the intellectual and patriotic astuteness macy sells it. 12-9-tf'!
f of Senator Root Mr. Taft in a I SPECIA.LSilk

peech before ,the peace society ofNew I .
York Thursday night referred

,I to :Mr.,and Root Mr.as Roosevelt a second has Thomas said that Jefferson IS YOUR MOTOR FULL 1 I Hosiery Silk Underwear

i Mr. Root was the ablest man of con- .
temporary times. A'dded to this Mr. OF CARBON? Knit Underwear

; Root has recently! been awarded the

; Nobel peace prize, valued at forty
r thousand dollars. Mr. Root should be Let us clean it out the new way in

feeling rather comfortable aboutnow. IIIIIIIT f m SATURDAYIIIIIII T

(i so forty minutes without loosening a bolt I 1

I j
r There seems to be reasonable foundation Satisfacfaction guaranteed

t for the attack upon the income At discounts that really f

t tax law. If it is unconstitutional it

t should be declared so as soon as possible save you money

and another measure passed ,

i eliminating the objectionable fea San Juan Garage Co. Come early in order to get| your size.

tures. The people are in favor of an

i income tax law. It is recognized as All Night Service I

just by many of those who would be
r. heavily taxed under it. The long campaign -- A.ECOt'T E. IvES: ,
f- of education on the subject has

L been convincing, and the law will AJAX TIRES guaranteed 5000 miles, Five "
. The Christmas Shopping
r stand, which is to say that if the per cent off for cash
: ; present law Is not valid a faultless Place"c

measure will be passed in its place. :

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is a late arrival at the San Juan. .LUCERNE CIRCLE. !
I Mr. J. A. Spruill, a well known PUT SENSE INTO

WHAT T I IS YOUR ANSWER Orlando traveling today.man of Gainesville, is in MADE BEST FLORIDA CIGAR

I Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Clarke, of Kis- Sold by all dealers, 5 Cents' YOUR GIVING
simmee were among the visitors to


Chicago, are in Orlando today, registered -
read in advertisements or on window cards- ustRecei"ed '' at the San Juan. Knabe Baby
Some I People read advertising in the Sentinel Grand Piano, in splendid
"Just Made in Our Shop, a fine line of
We truly say, reasonable I these days just as they read the condition; fine tone; $500 : : YOURS THAT IT CAN NOT BE USED.
candies ,
quality our are
Considering ,
sweets. I news; because it keeps them in- cash. Next Woman's Exchange
being sold direct from our sanitary shop to your home.
railroad affects our :formed. No.7, Church St. ; ; A SAFE GUESS FOR A GOOD FRIEND IS FOOT- !
No jobbers, or express company
I Mr. J. D. Stetson, the popular rep- H. Montgomery Smith.
prices. resentative of Bond and Bours, whole ; WEAR. LOTS OF THINGS HERE THAT WILL I
We make all our candies and guarantee our goods to

be fresh, pure, delicious; of highest quality and reason- sale hardware merchants of Jackson- MAKE A HIT-FROM DRESS SHOES AND DANCING :
ville, is a guest of the San Juan.
able prices DINNER PARTY FOR

'The City's Largest Retail Candy Manufacturers"BUTT'S
1 I Deps arrived in Orlando last night

from Clarksburg, W. Va., and are Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Reese enter- FOR "PA," OR ROUGHING IT BOOTS FOR A BOY.

stopping at the Grand. tained with a small dinner party at

Mr. and Mrs. C. S. McWhorter and the Orland cafe last evening in honorof

Mrs. Haywood, of Reporter, Va., were Judge Jas. W. Perkins, of DeLand.
I among the guests registered at the The table was prettily decorated anda E. G. DUCKWORTH, Feet Fitter ;

Grand last night. delightful course dinner was served.

Miss Sara Siemens has arrived Those present were Judge Perkins, ''The Style You Want in the Size You Need."

"The Home of Quality"MMMMHilMMHMMIHIMHIMMII from Orlando and will enjoy an ex- Dr. and Mrs. Edward T. Poulson, Mrs.

tended stay in Jacksonville, the guest Cornish, Miss Janet Poulson and Mr. 'MtUillMMIMMHIMHIIMMMIIiMIIMHMIMIHM

. . lof her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Reese.ATTENDING .
I i
and Mrs. Richard P. Marks, at their " " " "I"'IIIIII'II" "

Artistic Christmas Gifts at Tuttle'sShop. home on East Duval street.Times- EPWORTH ; MONDAY MONDAY MONDAY MONDAY

12126tMr. Union. CONFERENCE AT OCALA -.a-

WADE and Mrs. Walter Twichell and Messrs. T. E. Lucas, J. H. Bon-

THE TUNER son, of Worcester, Mass., leave today acker, T. Ed. Bryan and J. W.I Miss Jessie White left yesterdayfor Monday, December 15th

ORLANDO. FLA. after a brief stay in town, and will White, of the Tampa 'Auto and Golf Ocala, to attend the Epworth

f spend the winter with relatives in club, were in Orlando -yesterday. I'League conference in progress at that Don FerrandouThe

Sanford. They came to be present at the formal city. Miss Eliza Wright, who is

and Miss Madeline Hill, who has been opening of the Country Club for league secretary for this district, will
Griffing Brothers' trees, roses best Singer have ever heard and
12-2-tf the guest of Miss Rosebud Robinson the season and to take part in the return home on Monday. The con- you
ornamental, give results.
since Saturday, left yesterday after- golf tournament. ference, which is the first of its kind THE GREATEST PICTURE SHOW YOU hAVE EVER SEEN .
Mr. J. M. Lee, one of Kissimmee'sprominent held in this district has interesting
Orlando few ever an -
noon for to spend a days
Bishop James Atkins, of the Methodist -
citizens, spent yesterdayin SEE SUNDAY'S PAPER
before going on to her home at Nar- Episcopal Church, South, whose program outlined embracing
Orlando on business. coosee.-Ocala. Banner, 11th. literary work, and a paper on Social
home is in Waynesville, N. C., is in.
Warman Sells, and Fixes Bicycles, Service Reform. The address
dosing THE GRANDThe
I For the largest assortment and Orlando, being a guest of the Grand
on Court street. 12-5-tf,n>
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. E. Bates, of the Cambric and Lawn Underwear conference charges of New Mexico, Rev. E. 0. Rice, of Southern college. Montgomery Motion] Picture Co. i

Altamonte hotel, Altamonte Springs, jro to Boardman's "Store of Satisfac- central and north Texas and northern

were welcome visitors to Orlando yes tion." It Mississippi. He is a distant relativeof ANNUAL ELECTION OF 3tolOp.m.

terday. I Mrs T. J. Watkins. At- OLIVET COMMANDERYAt
Miss Eliza Wright, of Orlando, arrived -
For beautiful Christmas Gifts call in the city yesterday afternoonto kins has visited Orlando on previous .t."I"I"I""I'__"II"tf'OI"I'I"'e.t".f___ _._
at The Tuttle Shop. 12-12-6t attend the Ocala district Epworth occasions, and has many friends here,I the annual election of Olivet JII'I"'OI'II.ttIIIDCl &IIO.tlil.III'"II"iMoney
Hand Embroidered Linen Handker- Commandery, Xo. 4, Knights Tem-
League conference. She will be en- who are giving him a cordial greet-
f1t fs, from 10 cents up, at Board- held the December 11
? ing. plar, at asylum ,
tertained while in the city by Mrs. .
roan's "Store of Satisfaction. It the following officers were chosen for to Loan
M. M. Little.-Ocala'Banner,12th. The first session of the Ocala dis-
Mrs. B. T. Bagel, who has been vis- I the year 1914:
I there would not be much of i trict Epworth League conference will
iting friends in Jacksonville for the S. A. Johnson, eminent commander:
this afternoon
at 3 o'clockin
strain and a convene
purse T.-.ny
to Orlando last upon your A. W. Bumby, generalissimo C. H.
past week, returned ;
the M. E. church. Miss of
youngster would be benefited if you Wright, ;
evening.A Orlando, will conduct the service. To- Tilden, captain general; Carl Jansen, I in of j
(secured a pair of those 35 cent Wool Loans sums $500 to $3000
senior warden Chas. Jordan :
: junior
Hose ;
the famous
box of Pants-many of them worth $2.00- night the exercises, beginning at
for him or her makes an ideal Christ- at Boardman's "Store of Satisfac- 7:30, will be in the interest of the :warden; L. A. Spencer, prelate; T. P. : on IMPROVED INSIDE property fora j
sole distributors, IVarlow, treasurer; W. R. O'Neal, recorder '
mas gift. tion." It first, or devotional department, of the I
Eoardman's "Store of Satisfaction. Epworth League, conducted by the I I ; C. P. Dow, sword bearer; Jos. term of FIVE years. Principaland j
I Dr. and Mrs. Julius King, of Cleve- Elwell, standard bearer; William ,Edwards :
Hon. J. G, Strozier, of Winter Garden -,land, Ohio, were warmly welcomed by ,president, Mr. Peabody. This is the I: warden; DeWitt C. Miller, : interest payable in monthly
distinguished I :young people's first attempt at a
of Orange county's their
one many friends yesterday upon ; j 5rst guard; W. W. Yothers, second '
]league conference in the Ocala dis-
citizens, was a county seat return to Orlando for another season. :
P. G. Walton third
guard; guard; M. instalments.
1 trict, and they have !
as arranged
visitor yesterday.See They will make their home at the W. David, sentinel.Eat :
'excellent program your presence is .
Gatlin before you buy a lot in Summerlin.
very much desired. Come out and encourage P I'
any of the numerous suburbs of the Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Curry Hyde, I them.-Ocala Banner, 12th. what you want. ; : s.N..A..
city. It is the prettiest and most attractive son and daughter, Lloyd and Lucile, Eat all you want. ,

spot within reach of Or of Fairmont, Minn., who have been Take a postscript and forget it. I 4illHMM . . . . . . . . IiiHf4ii-.HH
lando. 12-5-tf visiting their cousins, Mr. and Mrs.A. GOOD MORNING For sale by all druggists. ,
P. Curry, left yesterday for Ar- Have you dandruff? If one bottle
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hildebrandt, of
cadia, where they have a winter home. :Davis' Hair Remedy does not cure it COLD WEATHER HINTS
Wilmington, Ohio, were among the FURNISHED ROOMS for light
winter residents returning to Orlando Mr. Hyde and his son made the. trip you get your money back. Estes housekeeping; every conven-
by auto. Pharmacy sells it. 12-9-tf ience; both, hot and cold; electric Hecker's Pancake Flour
yesterday. I I lights; telephone; close in; rea-
Subscribers are requested to notify sonable. 200 E. Robinson Ave. Hecker's Self Rising Buckwheat
:Mr. S. G. McLeod, editor of the I'
promptly the business office cf late HAND PAINTED CARDS
Masonic Journal, Jacksonville, spent failure to to Appropriate cards for all occasionsmenu
Mary Garden Perfumes, large bottle ,
yesterday in Orlando greeting numerous "- place cards, score cards, etc. -
I porches or failure to deliver with absolute : $4.00, smaller bottles $1.00 and
friends. regularity on the part of lie !;Also designs for book plates. Samples $;!2.00, at McElroy's. 12-12-3t : Coffees and TeasWe
I I on hand and orders taken at 112
J. T. Dale went to Jackson carriers. Such notification is the --
Mr. up I Grace St. Phone 608. Lu F. Halsted.Boys' --- ----

ripe yesterday to attend a big "pow- ;'only source of knowing of the exist1 1 f. .. . eilllllMMMIMMMHCOAL have the most complete line to select from

wow" of Red Men which was held in ,.ence of any cause for complaint and -
WOOD COKE ; : of any grocer in the city.Instantaneous.
that city last night. we will appreciate it accordingly Double Breasted Suits at and
below I cost, as long as they last. J. C. Charcoal Coffee
The Big Doll on view at T. II. Evans The Tuttle Shop is located in a part \nno, the Boy Clothier. 12-6-3w :
store will be given away at the of Berman's store, opposite San Juan Instantaneous Chocolate
hotel. 12-12-6t Turpentine Chips : : :
Saturday matinee to be given by the Instantaneous Postum
C. W. Park Dramatic company Each I I FURNISHED seven-room and bath LUTHER THE FLORISTCut
I cottage, Lake Eola. Apply 217 E. Fence Posts Baker's Cocoa
child attending will be presented witha '
Robinson avenue. Mrs. M. E. Keig- Flowers
number which will give all an equal''win. 12-13-3t Orlando Wood\ J Yard White Rose Cocoa

chance in securing this valuable present Eat what you want. ROSES, VIOLETS, 4

2t Eat all you want. CARNATIONS PANSIES B. W. KINGSLEY, Proprietor
Take a postscript and forget it. j THE SANITARY GROCERY j
Cash Warman fixes 'em
Registers. For sale by all druggists. !' POTTED PLANTS Phonr 344 104 W. Pine St. j

on- Court street. 12-5-tf 11-30-d&w-lm ., . . '. . . . /I ] CARUTHERS & GORE

Phone 200 6&8 Pine Street

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I TheatreIt's I I Christmas Suggestions

not best because il's largest in :

sales-but largest in sales because

MOTION PICTURES il's best. There are six Fords sold Robes Full Dress Sets

to one 01 any other car. 'Twould I House Coats Combination Sets

Pictures 1 Changed Daily Collar Bags Tie Racks
be hard to find a more convincing
Fancy Vest Traveling Cases

i MUSIC Furnished reason why you should own one. I
Regularly I The best line of Neckwear ever brought to] Or- I


Six Touring Cars will arrive next Special lot of Silk Hose at 25C per pair.

FIRST SHOW, ,, 7il5P.M week. Place your order now. I Come and look our stock over.

SECOND SHOW, 8:15 P.M I Let us help you make a selection.


G Admission 5 and 10 cents Phone 226 SCRUGGS & DICKSONThis

. II I store is the home of Hart Schallner & Marx clothes

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HE WON U MONTHS AGO MUCH FOR DOMESTIC BLISS new upright piano; owner rooms and bath; Lake Eola. Apply ],J
-r leaving town and must sell; also other 217 E. Robinson avenue, Mrs. M. E.
!' household goods. 416 E. Church Kegwin. 12-9-3t Goods Arriving Daily Latest
San Francisco, Dec .-Harry T. Atlanta, Ga., Dec. 11.-That any street. 12-7-6t

f. Plunkett, civil engineer, is on his way man who marries a giddy wife is a FOR RENT-Six-room furnished
FOR SALE-Five or ten tractI I bungalow; all improvements; East Patterns in
and that
claim extravagantly
to Topeka, Has., today to a donkey,
one-half mile outside of city limits; II Amelia avenue. Apply A. F. New-
bride whose letter of acceptance was dressed girls are worth about five 'cleared fenced and improved. Address I kirk, 504 Magnolia avenue. 12-13-hv

written fourteen months ago and was cents a car load as material for do- "Owner," this office. 12-10-2w Lades Dress Goods
FOR RENT-Large, well furnished
only received by him an hour before mestic happiness, are two of the conservative -I room to persons wishing suburban ,

the departure of a train for the East and dignified statements FOR ALE OR TRADE-Splendid accommodations; also 2 acres good Men Women Child en's
trucking proposition on East Coast,
truck land, close in. Good ,
made the Rev. Wallace of
: yesterday.Two -by Hugh 18 miles south of Palm Beach. A opportu-"
years ago Plunkett met Miss the Jones Avenue Baptist church, this bargain for cash. Also ten acres of nity Sentinel.for right person. Address 9-8tf"A, Muslin and Knit Underwear

Kith Forrest at Topeka and fell in city, in a new tirade against modern highest Everglades land, near Lake
Jove with her. Soon afterward the womanhood and the trend of fashions. Okeechobee. Box 136, Orlando, Fla.

young woman left for a tour of' the Mr Wallace levelled his denunciation -I 12-ll-4t --- - MISCELLANEOUSFor
Boys School Suits
world. Having delayed asking Miss particularly at the type of young FOR SALE-New residence, 409 Anderson

JForrest to be his wife, Plunkett finally wife who strives to make herself justas I balance two street.years Terms time., half Inquire down on, at The beautiful Tuttle Shop.Christmas Gifts 12-12-6t call

proposed by letter. He afterwardwent attractive after marriage as be-
premises afternoons, or E. H. Gore, DRESSMAKING at 307 E. Pine St.
to the Orient, where he inspect fore, and who still enjoys the luxuriesof Caruthers & Gore Sanitary Grocery, 12-12-lm McCULLOCH'SDEPARTMENT
fashionable clothes and finery. ,6 and 8 E. Pine St. 11-29-lm
Manchuria EVERYTHING NEW for Xmas at
I "They nurse no higher ambitionsfor
the Evans Parlors, No. 100 North
Meanwhile Miss Forrest continued themselves or their husbands thanto FOR SALE Main._Phone 125. 1-26-tf STORENext

her trip. The letter of proposal followed look cute," says the minister, "and Five-room bungalow, with bath and
sleeping porch. 506 Lexington St., LOST-A French poodle dog,answersto
from to the husband who is with sucha
one country an-' happy Concord Park. Lot 67x230 feet. the name of Chance. Reward if
other, but did not reach her until she wife is little better than a donkey." 12-1-lmo. returned to No. 9 E. Livingston Ave.

returned home. When she finally re-I I 12-7-tf Door to Evan's Jewelry Store

ceived the letter the envelope had GAINESVILLE WANTS FOR SALE LOST-Pointer dog, liver and white,
House and grove at Fair Villa, 13 name on collar "Butt, Orlando."
in sixteen different
been addressed FAIR MADE PERMANENT acres, of which three acres are young t I'[I Reward for return. Arthur Butt. . . . .. . "IO.I.I'.I.'J Ole.c'I"t

languages. budded grapefruit; borders lake;I'I 12-10-3t I
Miss Forrest replied, accepting.This Gainesville, Dec 11.-At a meeting house of 8 rooms; good barn; attract-
ive winter DON'T DELAY, but get your Xmas I t..t.III.t..I. ...
six home. Apply at this office.
letter crossed the Pacific
, held in the court house, attended by 11-15-lm Photos now at the Evans Parlors,
i times and made numerous trips upJ' citizens of Gainesville and outlying one block north of court house. Phone :

and down the Pacific coast. Plunkett districts including Archer, Micanopyand FOR SALE 125. 11-26-tf- .. Kill the Chill" I
---- ----
J'I arrived here yesterday and received other towns, a movement was inaugurated 43 acres, located three miles north- WANTED-Metal workers and helper |
Miss Forrest's letter, the envelope of or the movement instigated west of Orlando, on S. A. L R. R., at wanted. Orlando Roofing and .
. which almost covered with notations Fairvilla Station, on Lake Fairview; Art Metal Works. 12-12-3t c
was some time ago by the Gainesville lakefront' near station; -'---- All indications point toward a cold winter t
t in Chinese, Japanese, Korean.board of trade, was furthered look- fruit and orange grove young; land grape-about LOST-A Prest-o-lite lamp, on road |
r and other languages. I!ing to the organization of a perma- half citrus fruit and half vegetable; from Orlando to Kissimmee. Return !, : this year and the best way to be comfortable -

,. Plunkett had an hour to catch a nent Alachua county fair association. 8-room house, barn; ideal winter I to San Juan Garage, Orlando,
fast east bound train. Before starting home, right near Country Club. Address I and receive reward. 12-3t : on cold mornings and evenings
W. T. Chapman, owner, R. F. D. REFINED WOMAN wishes position :
: however, he telegraphed the WILL GIVE YOU A DOLLAR No. 2, Orlando. ll-27-lm-d&w as working housekeeper, or would \ or during the day in your office is to have a
! young woman that he was on his way be pleased with care of invalid. Address '
I Back if one bottle Davis' Hair Rem- Mrs. E. W. McEachin, Arlington :

!: TRIO OF WHITE SLAVERS GO UI edy doesn't cure dandruff or any FOR RE.V1 House, Orlando, Fla. 12-iO-3t ', REZNOR GAS HEATERThey

r --- I(I scalp disease. Estes Pharmacy sells FINE SPORT FISHING at Oakland, ,

Savannah, Ga., Dec 11.-In the it. 12-9-tf FOR SALE-Anything in Florida Fla. Motor boats and fish boats :
" United States court this morning 1 Real Estate. Orange County Realty for rent by Paul Rhodey. Phone orders are heap to buy and very economical < -
Company. 11-12-lm
to A. J. Willis & Co.'s store.I

f Judge three white Walter slavers B. Sheppard to the sentenced federal PEOPLE'SVTS' IFOR RENT-Rooms-, with-or---without-- n-20-lm. ; 3 to 6 cents an hour, according to the

!, ; newly furnished; large, cool Artistic photographs for Xmas at :
prison in Atlanta. Allen H. Young p, verandas; all conveniences; nothing the Evans Parlors, No. 100 N. Main. ; size-and are the cleanest and most con-
and Charles Crosby, young men well better in Florida. Terms reasonable. Phone 25. 11-15-tf :

i known in Savannah, were each given I MUNNIMAKERS 401 West street. 12-7-Gt ; venient heating made. No wood, ashes or
Notices of Lost Wanted, For Sale, For ------- ---- WANTED-Position as dairyman; I
{; a sentence of one year and one day. Rent etc. for this column :3c: for one day, FOR RENT-New 5-room bungalow, several years' experience by mar- :
; oil the
i They induced Marguerite Slagle and 60c words for three days less., or 11.00 for one week, for close in; $25. Call at corner of ried man. Call on or address L. II. to carry just turn valve and strike R
25 or Money must accompanythe
Mrs. Nellie Strange, then Nellie advertisements for this column as no Amelia and Trenton streets. I Jarrett, 205 West.Pine St. ll-2D-tf :? match.
in->rtion- will h* made nn TcHit a
Frank, to come to Savannah from FOR RENT-Furnished house, ten I ARTISTIC Photography cXmas '

Jacksonville in May, 1912, for immor. rooms and sleeping porch; centrally now. The Evans Parlors, one block '
al purposes. I FOR SALE located; suitable for either one or north of Court house. Phone 125.; -
two families. Address F. G. Rush, 11-26-tf

John, alias Jack Derbyshire, was FOR SALE-A good horse. Gus C., CitL- _____11-26-tf
.c sentenced to a year and a day for I! Schultz, Formosa, Fla. 1221mFOR 1 FOR RENT-Seven room house, fur-I WHY PAY exorbitant rent or board? : ORLANDO l WATER .& LIGHT m.C

bringing Mrs. Emily Kalman to Sa- nished. Apply 502 South Lake St.I .I Why not buy a little home? Bay
vannah1 from West Brownsville, Pa. SALE-House and lot; also lots I I 12-4-tf it of the owner and save the agent's I:
Amelia and commission. Address B. Box 178.
on Broadway, avenue ,
The reported this case to the
wpman Gas
Summerlin street. Mrs. Norman Rob ROOM in private home for rent; 40 11-30-lm. Department
authorities herself last week and
inson, 301 Concord avenue. 11-27-lm 1 I acre farm for sale. 2 1-2 miles ont; WANTED-To exchange a vacant lot

Derbyshire was at once indicted, tried house and two lots for sale. See Dr. on Concord avenue, Orlando, for a H+H-Oo" .tH+++Ht+<. "" t .
and convicted. Mrs. Kalman expressed FOR SALE-A large bungalow and i I Weller at 311 North Orange avenue. five-passenger car, Ford or Overland I

regret that she had left her lot on North Orange avenue. Price;J 12-11-lw preferred, 1913 or 1914 model; must - .
reasonable. Address call folkReel .iellt..C"f.O..t.j.if .I'.lt..ttl.Q.4.The .
or on i l I
be in A-No 1 condition. J. 0. Evan
kome with the man. at the Steam Laundry. UL-19-ti[: FOR RENT-New furnished rooms in
I Maitland, Fla.. 11-30-tf
I i
new modern home; every cov 'l- I Gem The Antiseptic
FOR I SALE-Or will exchange for r ierce; kitchenette if desired; reason- I LADY SOLICITORS-in Orlando
The prettiest home in the most real estate, 2-cylinder opposed, 25-. ;
able. 14 E. Amelia avenue, next door and surrounding territory, to take Barber
attractive surroundings always attracts horse auto, with top, lamps, new J to the Wromincr. 12-13-lw I orders for high grade toilet article; Shop
the most desirable buyer if one gears, and 4 good tires; engine, woul I 'easy, pleasant work, good pay; entire
should decide 'to sell. A homeat I make fine boat motor if desired. Address -. FOR RENT-Well furnished rooms.III time not necessary. Write C. II. R. EVERYTHING NEW AND CLEANUPTODATE
ever 1 Motor, care Sentinel d&w-ll t in modem home, near in* electr: : !Co., care Sentinel.WANTEDA EQUIPMENT
Gatlin would always attract a desirable lights, b th, hot and cold water; large
buyer. It would be half sold I FOR SALE-Anything in Florid 1 front room with fireplace. 114 East I position as cook and Congress hydraulic enameled chairs, keen-edged implements, electric -
Real Estate. Orange.County Realty F Jackson St. 12133ti .1 general housework, if desired, by a massage and. hair drjer.
the day your house is finished. Carl EXPERT WORKMEN
\ Company. 11-12-lrr : capable, pleasant Northern
Jansen has the Gatlin lots for sale. tf FOR RENT-New furnished rooms i in i j woman; best references. Have quiet Shoe-shining stand for Full line of tobaccos, '
,FOR SALE-New, inexpensive, mod new modern home; every convenience ..1 I boy of 10 who will attend school. Address ladies and gentlemen. cigars and cigarettes. \ |

Take repairing to Warman ern two-story house; five rooms i, ; kitchenette if desired; reason-,j Mrs. Jeanette Maitland, Alta- 1 122 NORTH ORANGE4MMMIMMMM
your on ,II
bath and sleeping porch. Apply 20 Table. 14 E. Amelia avenue, next door monte Hotel, Altamonte Springs, Fla.
Court street. 12-5-tf America street. 11-19-ln n to the Wyoming. 12-1-tf ( 12.11-4t .el.I' tt.ceoltt ..OIOttetlo' . 'I"rlllll"IIIIII.

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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 fmore

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 .

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

Prompt and Courteous Attention Given to all Patrons


Chicken Soup

Lettuce Sliced Tomatoes

boast 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. Steamed
Motor 41-4 x 5 1-4'; four cylinders, cast:>> in pairs; unit power plant; cone dutch; selective type transmission Rice Mashed Turnips
; 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 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, Mack running gear. Prees Tea Coffee Milk
fully equipped: Touring car, $1,87 dehvered. Other Jnodels $1,150 to $3,000.


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"SWIFTS PREMIUM I Only the man who has more dollars der and consequently Jacksonvillewill
CALENDAR" FOR 1914 than sense can afford to be sarcastic. be well represented at the next

I A girl is as apt to marry a man too great general council which will be .
O'9s.+ 'II'+ .
"Swift's Premium Calendar" for old for her as a widow is to marry held in Leesburg in March.
1914 is styled "The Outdoor Girl." 'I one too young for her. I|I'I "

The size of the calendar is 91-4 by He is, to say the least, an unusual I I The new Presbyterian church in St. : fi ...1,111".1.to 1ttes44..4ees4s.e.Pi+++++++(1).0..1.I I w...1111111+t. 'I'II III'11111.. 111111.
16 inches. On each of the four sheetsis man who doesn't love himself any. Petersburg will be completed about 1WA'' I
a beautiful picture in colors. These more than he loves his neighbor. I II j I'Christmas! and will be dedicated at
pictures are the work of a noted art I Many a woman who owns a dozen that time. A new Pilcher pipe or- .+111111111111'1 I
ist. There is matter on them,.ultra-fashionable skirts hasn't one
no type t gan, costing $12,500, will be installed ;
so they are suitable for framing. I.that is fit to wear on the streets.lby the first of March. t
They show "The Outdoor Girl" i in Chicago News. I!

spring, summer, autumn and winter. Orlando
I The boy scouts of Fort Myers are .
The calendar is now ready for distribution The commissioners of Pensacolaare
arranging a grand competitive drill to
and be secured by sending for the erection of a'
may preparing be held at an early date. They have
the trade mark end from five"Swift's crematory in the eastern section of also recently organized a fife and { "Water & Highlit Go..
Premium" oleomargarinecartons that city similar to the one just com drum corps, new instruments for
or the parchment circle fromthe pleted in what is known as "Windy which
are expected to arrive shortly.
top of a jar of "Swift's Pre Valley. ," in the western outskirts. I ElectricityGas
mium" sliced bacon, or ten Wool soap .
I I I The Saragossa, Miami's latest and
six Maxine Elliott toilet
wrappers or The new $100,000 professionals :
largest apartment house, complete in
soap wrappers, or ten cents in building being erected on West Adams -I Water Ice
or, coin to Swift & Company, 4201 street, in Jacksonville, is said to every detail from basement to attic
Packers' avenue, Chicago, Ill. be well under way, and it is believed and handsomely furnished throughout,
was opened to the public last week.It .
that the five-story structure will be
will be the home of 23 families, or Office
No 18 West Central Avenue
POINTED PARAGRAPHS completed about the first of May. ItI I -- .
parties, during the coming season.
More things come to those who do The edifice has been designed to ac- .
is finished in white stone and has a'
not wait for them.It only physicians and dent- I
I jcommodate red tile roof, twin towers rising to the j Telephone No. 6
takes the better half to see the ists. _
height of four stories, three-story bay,
worst side of a man. .
windows and a broad veranda. I
A rolling stone gathers no moss, A new tribe of the Independent Or-
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Green is a popular color at present,Jacksonville Friday night. The or- WOOD, COAL AND ICE ; 111111..11.1111..11..111111111..1..1..11.011111..1. _
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envy. I many additional members into the or- Coal Yard, phone 566. 931tfMtHniltltttlllimiMMMI

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

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

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

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

kitchen and bathroom included, garage and summer kitchen. The .

house is in first class condition and can be bought with or without One lot 66x138 on Livingston Avenue, between Broad\vayand

furniture but must be seen to be appreciated. Wide commodious Lockhart Avenues, second block from Magnolia.

verandas, partly screened.

Five lots on Milwaukee street, half block from Lake Lucerne

Nine room house with fivelarge closets and large pantry, kitchen 60x150 or by 310. All sidewalks laid on all the properities.

and bathroom included in a A-No. i condition on a plot 60x130 with .

orange trees, half block from Lake Eola. Tracts of five, ten and twenty acres of land, at "

t $15,00 per acre and up, on terms to suit the purchaser.

One lot 75x123, one block from Court House, facing Lake Eola All payments deposited in any Orlando Bank until

with orange, grapefruit, tangerine and kumquat trees. land is inspected and titles approved by the purchaser.

A big lake on this land-three miles from Orlando on

Four lots 6oxi joon East Central Avenue, facing Lake Eola, in good roads, and one and one quarter miles from railroad -

one of Orlando s best locations.MIMMMMMMMMM station. .

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IN McKELYEY'S DEATH I I iii"' l f I, 'I'I'!I' ,I{' I !."';II',!',!,ICSt'fl,',! ';,;"! ii! I /JI'rrlitih J' h'!,,II',INI'//01 !IIi I .Iilk It ,,l&IfINhiII: u11M I 'II 1 {::1''I""i1 i ";"t,' I I l,II " IIaL I!'.!,Ildlll I'", ,,I l i",'ulIIhNtl I IIf; ,;';:''i.t": .lNlli, ,I" '" ,I 'ICI',, I l:.:.., .
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The body of G. W. McKelvey, who
was drowned in Lake Tohopekaliga,
i Tuesday afternoon of last week, was !
recovered early Saturday morning, i
and taken to the undertaking parlors ...
of J.Y.. Thompson, where it was
" viewed by a coroner's jary. The i t r T( f((1"d

body was examined by Dr. T. M. Rivers != \V\\>>
in the presence of Sheriff Ingramand
the coroner's jury, which then adjourned -

until Monday morning, at !== Sbcbiy Promotion Ifeotnl Giving;
which time further examination was !
: made in the case, but nothing new developed !
and the jury rendered a verdict i- :?Mrs 'Wooilrow Wilson and other prominent

that the deceased came to his j
, STATHBANK. death by accidental drowning. There people have jojn l1. Have YOu ?

had been some suggestion of probable
foul play, but the examination of the
body did not reveal anything to jus- .

tify such a suspicion, and all evidence '.
of Orlando brought before the jury was such as LI t MEKDFUL l GIi'I"I( $
would justify the verdict, which completely -
exonerates Mr. Oliver, who
1893 was with McKehey at the time he fell --= Dank' AccountChristmas ( .
into the water, of any blame what- ,
ever.-Osceola Journal. _= ClwckCertificate t ,

Ii DepositSavings
CONSERVATIVE I=-=-=: BivokGold \
The boys and girls of Orlando have
: ACCOMMODATING.a.u..uu..lauuluu.tilli written to Santa Claus for the following i :=: Ifk'
.Money{ ( ) in Casa
Dolls, doll carriages, Teddy bears, i
tea sets, candy, nuts, ribbon, rattles
balls, work baskets, hoes, rakes, shov- .
I .- els, horses, trains, bicycles, rings, = I 1

handkerchiefs horns, games,, neckties story books, drums, pencils, fire-, ;=#=;=i Unttt'r ll 1a jB Ir>> rP iitt1rry

crackers, banks, engines, wagons,
brooms, shoes, stockings, blocks, guns,
fiddles, wheel barrows, boats, swords, "It is a pleasure to serve yon,1'
and coal can.

Any persons who would like to
share in the privilege and pleasureof _
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TT TTTTT. .YYYTww.www. . _ .__ . .. carrying sunshine to these little II I II
, hearts may write to Santa Claus, Box .I ,
CATHEDRAL SCHOOL TEAM I ROSALIND __ -- - -- : ,- ,-, .., t
NOTICE 432. To make a glad boy or girl =-tlll ; !II'IIII'! ,"I'li'l"I'' ' I I': ,I': :;"!!!:':!!!!,!':VIII''!: ,"'';:,"";,":!;I!;;::]"'!iA'9hl'I:,:::!: !!!!"''I''!'?, ,'n'.li!!',, ', ''Ij :n''i!I '" ,:" !I,, ,,,:,';,::(t",,' 't" ",I,",)''s:1,';";,:"III Id, '
WON FROM HIGH SCHOOL helps to make a good man : ", : ," :"?:I:' I ,' ; 11' ',:, :',': :'" ', ;:; : I'I I ': I
or woman. rl' :fly:::'i:l I': I"' ,', : I "f' :;;' ,, '" i'I :'::';;' ,I ,:I '" :I :,,
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As there seems to be a little misunderstanding lldh" lIi/dill'1' I I' I I' 'I "I" 'I" ' I.

concerning the invitations .
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, Last evening the Armory was filled
: for the holiday dance at the BY "ADS. ieMHtmt i a.a. *tw+woHmfmmmjMmm H++ I
with excited, crowd, who
eager "" '
Rosalind Club the invitation commit- " '
watched the girls of the High Schoolgo
tee makes the following statement: London, Dec. 12.-A advertising ;
down in defeat in a hotly conlest-
The invitations are to be sent out
ed game of basket ball with the team campaign for recruits to YOWhLL'S if
from the Cathedral School-the score by the club. not by the inJiutltulmembers. the British army is to be undertakenin
all parts of the country. The war
being twenty to fourteen.
Each regular and non-resident in6.:fiber office has become convinced of the '
During the first half the
is privileged to send to the m\T value of the 'I
confined almost to the C. S. newspapers as a medium
field-Miss Warlow making two field tation guests: committee and this should the names be done c* to in head and has of placed a contract with the I !!
a regular
goals Miss Holland one, and two agency R fleovai ki l

points High School.were scored The by C.fouls S. guards on the, each writing.Season and honorary members may to conduct year on the a campaign large scale.during the IjJ IjJnext i I tupondou

Hisses Ella Slemons and Berta Lang- bring one escort, either a manor No less than forty thousand men I
a woman. are needed to fill vacancies in British
enbach, did work
especially pretty ,
Any man holding
a yearly card of regiments.
and although the II. S. made five
invitation from the club needs no
points by fouls, they were unable to further invitation.
make a field basket, and at the end All NOlTon
names must be sent to the
of the first period the score stood This is no joke, but is the substance -
chairman of the invitation committeeby 'j
eight to five in favor of the Cathedral December 17th.Mrs. of a conversation
School. couple of young bloods as they
Alton B. Whitman, chairmanof
The game was exceptionally good the invitation committee. 11-jit in front of the postoffice las'I I --
and the teams so well matched that it I morning: a-
was impossible to surmise the "Hello, Jack. Where were you
come until the ,second period was out-I CATHEDRAL GIVE SCHOOL DANCE TO DEC. 18 evening? I waited nearly an hour l An elegant line of Christ.
; $ most concluded.The for you at the San Juan.

four players in the center field, "Mighty sorry, pard, but after I
Misses Padgett and Taylor of the H. Cards have been issued by Rand ev. left you I happened to remember that These
Mrs. R. P. Cobb to the Junior- mas suggestions. novelties -
S. and Misses Smith and Hodgson of Senior dance at the Cathedral school I had promised to go to the cascaret |
the C. S., did excellent work. party at the Rosalind Club that even t
Thursday evening, December
In the last half a field basket was 18. ing, and I was therefore forced to I f fast.Everything
made by each Miss Quigg and Miss break my engagement with you. I'll are going .
Pugh and the H. S. girls scored The Small Boy-"Papa, what are be with you tonight without fail. So
points, but were outclassed by C. SIn eall. the red and green packages that long"
the total of nine field goals made people are carrying around the
streets? I see them all !
during the entire game five were THE BLUE BIRD CLUB"
made by Miss Warlow, two by Miss The Father-"Red and green are BY JUNIOR CIVIC LEAGUE
the Christmas colors, my son, and all in i this
, Holland and 'each
. and Miss one by Miss Pugh of those packages contain pretty The Junior Civic League will give mamI .
Quigg. Christmas a play, "The Blue Bird Club," at the
gifts that
The lineup follows: atBranch's Book Store, in purchased the- Orlando opera house the evening of

High School-Bessie Quigg (captain Arcade building on Pine street. We I December 20. The entertainment is i I moth stock reduced. ,
), forward Maud to be for the
; Pugh, forward; must go there and buy something before given benefit of the
: Catherine Padgett, center; Fannie we go home." poor, and a large attendance is ex I
Taylor, center; Lucile Rayle, guard; pected. The Juniors deserve it. Do

. Elbeth Mulholland, guard. "HITTING THE TRAIL; not fail to encourage them.

Cathedral School-Helen Warlow

(captain), forward; Clara Holland, Or, How to Be Somebody," will be WOOD EFFICIENCY .
forward; Marion Smith, center; Marguerite Dr. Poulson's subject at the Baptist The value of the wood you buy de. N. P. YOWELLI'
Hodgson, center; Ella Sle m- church next Sunday night. The young pends upon its efficiency. as a heat
ons, guard; Blanche McCamy, guard. men and women (and everybody else) producer.
Substitutes-Mary D. Rowan, Berta have a special invitation to be in the Dollar for dollar and cent for con ,
Langenbach, Frances the wood offer is I'
Bosanquet. services. All we the most efficient
seats are free you . . . . . . . 4.44.'M't'h't'M'Ml't't'l'MMClirlstncias
} f... . . heat producer ever placed on _
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Apply at Marion B. Ires' store
i 1 Must be at store all day. 12-7-tf Je-welry

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1914 PHAETON LUCERNE THEATR1[ 0 We have now in readiness 0 :

{EY r a most complete stock of

-AT-THE PROPRIETORS-LUCERNE a Gifts for Christmas fi ;

Edward Lawrence, Milton & Del

mar company, December 16, playing
five nights in tabloids and vaudeville. O Any article reserved 0
Three Reels of Pictures"In

the Days of Trojan" (American 1 1 Come and See

\I e / ). Two-reel drama. .
\ "The Real Mother" (Reliance).
Follow the crowd to the Lucerne.

Afternoon show, 2 to 4:30; 5 cen:11
to all. : AIM & CO

Night show, 7:15-8:15.9:15; ,' Jewelerei
ORLANDO AUTO AND SUPPLY COMPANYtlMMMOMMMMMMMHMMtmitMIMMII sion 10 cents, gallery 5 cents .admiS-1 b

l.11111i t Band concert at 7 p., m.
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