The daily sentinel

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The daily sentinel
Uniform Title:
Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Daily South Florida sentinel
Place of Publication:
Orlando Fla
Josiah Ferris
Creation Date:
December 17, 1913
Daily (except Monday)
normalized irregular
Physical Description:
1 v. : ;


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )


Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1913.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 1, no. 269 (Dec. 20, 1913).
General Note:
J.F. Schumann, editor.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 4 (Feb. 14, 1913).

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


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THE I January 5 being the anniversary of j On November the Florida Equal I i TilE REVOLT
CATASTROPHE SPEND THE HOLIDAYS I Bishop Gray's arrival in Orlando Suffrage association was organized in U S. SENATORSHIP!

LIVES OF ALL BELOW twenty-one years ago (a week after Orlando, and yesterday the first meeting -I :AGAINST 3IADEKO

his consecration as bishop of the new of the state executive committeewas

ly formed missionary district of held in this city.
southern Florida) the bishop and his Mrs. Huber and Miss Elizabeth I
BUILDINGS WRECKEDABOVE HARBOR IN TIME FOR son, the present dean of the cathe- : Askew, both prominent workers in \\HERE lIE WILL SPEAK FORMER AMBASSADOR

CHRISTMAS dral, expect to hold a special serviceon the Civic club of Tampa, and also in CHRISTMAS :NIGHT I II

the evening of that date, commemorating the State Federation of Women's

GROUND THOUGH EXPLOSION New York, Dec. 16.-The end of the the close of the long periodof Clubs, were present, and were in ses- I News comes from Quincy that Harry WAS ENRIQUE CREEL WHO Is

WAS IN LOWER Mediterranean cruise of the United untiring labor in this field; and sion the greater part of the day with : Floyd, member of the legislaturefrom :NAMED BY REBEL COM

LEVELS AND REACHED States battleships brought to New 1;I will also celebrate on the following the E. S. A. officers residing here,i Franklin county, reached that JI.XUEIS ONE OF
I York Monday nearly 5,000 officers and day (the feast of the Epiphany) the Rev. Mary Safford, the president, and place Monday noon on the way to TilE OFFENDERSSpecial
men glad to be home again with a !! ninth anniversary of Dean Gray's or- Mrs.. Fred Stanley. corresponding sec. Jacksonville.As .
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pay day in sight and a chance to dination to the priesthood. ;retary. Mrs. Locke and Miss Anderson he goes Floyd is tacking up no-I to the Sentinel

Special to the Sentinel spend the Christmas holidays ashore, I It is hoped that Bishop Weed can of Jacksonville, were expectedbut tices which make known the facts El Paso, Tex., Dec. H.General

New Castle, Colo., Dec. 16.-Thir-I The superdreadnaught Wyoming, I come for these services, and also were unable to attend. that he is running for the United Pancho Villa, rebel commander in thf.

ty-eight miners lost their lives in an!'I flagship of Rear Admiral Charles J. Bishop Mann. There is somewhat ofa The directors' room of the People's States se.natorship and is making his northern part of Mexico, issued a decree -

explosion of black damp in the Vaul-{,Badge, commander in chief of the Atlantic i coincidence in that January Hh is National bank was kindly loaned to canvass on foot because he hasn't a today confiscating all the property

cen mine of the Rocky Mountain Fuel'' fleet, and the battleships Ark- a special date for Bishop Mann also, the executive committee, and it was campaign fund. He says he is goingto of General Luis Terrazas Er-

company here today. |ansas, Utah and Florida, were the marking his taking charge as bishopof here that many i interesting plans Jacksonville and will make a rique Creel and Juan Creel. The decree -

But two men escaped from the !;;returning ships. awaited here by the I North Dakota twelve years ago; were made for the promoting of suffrage speech in the streets there Christmas covers everything, both persona! ,

mine, and they were working in the i dreadnaught North Dakota, also off;l,and he plans to reach Orlando by that work in Florida. night; then he will start on his tramp and real.

upper level. The victims were all }1 the first division. The arrival of the i' time. Many matters were discussed, par-. to Tampa, and from Tampa he will Terrazas is now* a refugee in E!

killed in the lower level, and every;:1 Wyoming attracted more than ordinary 'I Bishop Gray and Bishop Mann will ticularly ways and means for the organization , work his way across to Miami. This Paso and his son is a prisoner''

nook and cranny was penetrated by interest among naval men because ; thus have opportunity for important of clubs throughout? the I being his program, Floyd is likely to''I i Villa at Chihuahua, and the wome!

the explosion. The shock was felt it may be the last time the 1 consultations over church work before state. Literature is to,be distributed, be seen in Orlando sometime after I members of the family are all in ;-

over the entire mountain and the superdreadnaught will fly the flag of the annual convocation of clergy and and Miss Askew was appointed a I Christmas. lie is accompanied by his .

buildings above ground were wrecked. I.i Admiral Badger as commander in lay delegates assembles here the following member of the press committee, on I campaign manager, who is not named Enrique Creel, a former ambassador

The explosion occurred at 10:30k'() chief. The commander is to retire : week for its twenty-second which Mrs. Roselle Cooley, of Jacksonville but is supposed to be Herb Johnston, of the United States in Mexu"

this morning, and the work of removing early in the coming year and the i meeting. and :Mrs.: Luckey, of St. Petersburg late of the Tampa Tribune. City, and Juan, his brother, are nov.

bodies started at one o'clock. navy is already speculating as to jus= j The first meeting of convocationwas are now sen ing. lIon. Charles Harry Burke Floyd is I refugees in El Paso.

Many were so badly mangled that successor in the most important com- in session in Orlando at the time A legislative committee was appointed a genius. It is permissible for a gen- Both the Creels are nephews I"
identification was difficult. The ma- of arrival here and ius do unusual things and Mr. Terrazas, and is also .
mand of the navy. Bishop Gray's ; its members being chosen: to Enrique a sot
jority of those killed were Americans -'i The returning ships will probably [ during its last meeting, held in Key with the view of having representation -! Floyd's friends were not surprised to in-law.

mostly the sons of ranchmen remain at New York until after New I West a year ago, he made the an- from all parts of the state. This hear that he had started upon suchan The decree: declares that these nu",

and business men in the vicinity ofNew Year's, unless the Mexican situation nouncement which caused a shock of will be composed of Miss Caroline unusual campaign for senator. fomented the revolution that cau.-t.'

Castle, who had taken the placesof should become so acute as to necessitate sorrow throughout his large field- Brevard, of Tallahassee, chairman,'I While his eccentricities have caused the death of Madero, and the pi\'

Italian miners who went out on a their going to Mexican waters.In i that owing to advancing age and the and Miss Stevenson, of St. Augustine many to regard him as inconstant and ceeds from their property is to be &

strike recently. that event Admiral Badger would ever increasing needs of his work, Mrs. Gebhart, of Tampa, Mrs. !I without balance, the fact remains i voted to the widows and orphan

: assume command of all American he had determined to present his res- Kirk Munroe, of Cocoanut Grove, and I that he was probably the most powerful made by the bloodshed resulting.

HAPPY BIRTHDAY PARTY 'ships in Mexican waters with Ad- ignation to the house of bishops in Mrs. Louise Locke, of Jacksonville.Mrs. I and influential member in the I Terrazas is a heavy land owner i

FOR MRS. MARGARET GALLEY miral Fletcher second in authority.' the fall. Ever zealous for furtheringthe J. M. Thayer, of Orlando, was lower branch of the two sessions of Mexico, and his estates compn

Nearly $ OOOOO will be dealt out to welfare of the flock whom he has ekcceil to membership on the official!the legislature attended by him as the nearly half the state of Chihuahua

the officers and men by paymasters :i so faithfully and wisely folded, Bishop board. : 'member from Franklin county. He is
A happy birthday party was given
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. T. P. of the battleships. here during this; Gray's decision was made more The Tampa delegates were much'I ready in debate, a master of ridicule FEDERAL TROOPS WITHDRAW

Grant on South Main street Monday week. J through his unselfish desire to give pleased with their glimpse of the and carries the classics on the tip of: HURRIEDLY FROM OJ1NA, \
The :place to a who could his tongue. lIe has a wonderful intellect .
evening in honor of Mrs. Margaret battleships were reported early younger "City Beautiful, and felt that they i .
this morning by wireless to be within i'': bring more of physical vigor to meet accomplished much during their short I and while his announcement Special to the Sentinel.
Gailey, 93 years of age. Mrs. Gaileyvas Presidio
a few hours of New York. The bat- :the pressing claims of the great work visit will hardly be taken seriously, there Tex., Dec. 16.-Orozi '
as lively as the liveliest in theparty and
Caravro, leaders of the feiier..
tleship Delaware and the fuel ships; already undertaken and the many are many who would like to see Floyd
and minute of
enjoyed every Orion and Jason, hive been detached I new opportunities and openings need- STENOGRAPHER'S MISTAKECAUSES lin joint debate with the other candidates volunteers at Ojinaga, left hurriedi,
the celebration. There
were fifty or from the squadron and are proceeding : inglid, than through thought for TROUBLENew with the certain conviction that this afternoon with approximate)
sixty guests present during the evening i
2,500 troops, aM well armed and .
Norfolk in company with the personal relief from a far too heavy I if such a thing should take place and pr
and the event was one of unus-
visioned in the
Vermont which broke burden. I the vote were measured by the results of Muh'It
ual interest and enjoyment. Rev. A. battleship a York, Dec. 16.-A stenogra-
: shaft last week.SENTINEL j i I As the approaching meeting of pher in District Attorney Whitman's Floyd would be tit next sena is believed from stories told 1 I'?
A. Rickert and Mr. Chas. G. Mcll- I
refugees that the who ,
convocation will be tor. men, were put-
a doubly
impor- office wrote "general sessions court"instead
vaine made talks and
appropriate off have
yesterday, decided to leavt
tant one, in giving farewell to Bishop> of "supreme court" in the -
Mrs. T. II. of Browns-
WILL Mercado to his
ACT AS own devices and hart
Gray and in welcoming Mann. TILLMAN PLANS TO MAKE
( ville, Pa., gave a delightful solo. :Mrs. i I of the true bills found by the started off
on an expedition of then
it is probable there will be I1GIlTG.IXST BLEASL
an un- grand jury recently against Everett
Gailey is from Charlevoix, Pa., and' i I
with the
I own, or intent of invadintCoahuila -
AGENT FOR SANTA CLAUS attendance both of the -
usually large
this is her seventh winter in Orlando y I : Fowler, of Kingston, and Arthur A.
invited the i clergy and the lay delegates, partic- McLean, treasurer of the Democratic Columbia, S. C., Dec. 1C.-SenatoB. or reinforcing the federal-
She departing guests to J I I
meet her again at the same place or, i I ularly as Orlando has a central loca-, state committee for soliciting and re- R. Tillman is intensely interests

the same date next : LETTERS TO OLD CHAP WILL BE;::! tion and has oft before proven a favorite -, ceiving, respectively, campaign con-.1 in political news in South Carolina
year I PUBLISHED IN TIllS I meeting point. tributions from a corporation. and close friends of his admit that his SPANISH: REFUGEES REACH

!i In connection with convocation, the As a result the entire legal procedure I going to use herculean efforts :text EL PASO WITHOUT FUNDS
TEA AND REST ROOM IS PAPER twenty-first annual meeting of the in connection with the I summer to try and defeat Governor

FOR GENTLEMEN TOC Woman's Auxiliary (a missionary society ment, pleading, giving bond indict.j!Cole L. Blease in his race against Special to the Sentinel
Santa Claus, who has been advertising I Vera Crub, Dec 1ft-Two hundred
i' of the Episcopal church) will er details had to be re-enacted. To I Senator E. D. Smith. The senior senator
"So frequently the ladies who stop in the Sentinel for the boys also be held here, for which many ad-the: superseding indictments Fowler I is writing letters to his friendsall Spaniards who reached El Paso with
and write him their wants
girls to ,
in for a cup of tea or lunch ask me : ditional delegates are expected; and,and McLean pleaded not guilty this over South Carolina and is daily out resources have asked assistant'
sent a letter to this paper yesterday I I of the Spaniards in this immediate
the with all members of getting reports from city,
if the Tea and Rest Room is for gentlemen i' convocation morning. Fowler, alleged! Tammany every '
that he had received letters from'
too," said Mrs. Lucy Ross: will be the guests of the cathedral collector of contributions from state!Aso those who have seen him in Washington action was taken which
nearly fifty boys and girls, and he isl! .
placed $4,000 in their hands and'
Cornish, the presiding genius at the : congregation during their stay:highway contractors, furnished $5,000 I II say. ,
anxious to hear from all of them by I
there is that thi-
room, yesterday, "and I always tell: in Orlando. 'I bail, as previously; McLean $2,500. It is the general understanding that every prospect
Saturday. The letter from the old ,
amount will be Accord
them that I Fowler pleaded in McLean Senator Tillman plans to make sev- augmented
we not only are always j jglad i>fellow follows |; person; by
to entertain gentlemen but that : (, MRS IRVING DUNN: WAS ;Attorney. I I eray speeches next summer against ing to advices received here the foru
I Editor Sentinel-I have received I II
we should like to have of their I I HOSTESS TO MONDAY CLUB Governor Blease and if he takes the I of rebels attacking Tampico has been I
more I|requests for Christmas presents from I I I reduced to three hundred.
stump he will} become the central fig-
patronage. Please let the gentlemen!1 forty-eight girls, and boys, and seven l COMPLETING PLANS FOR !
understand that we serve a good dollars (from three grown-ups) to i I Ii I Mrs. Irving Dunn was hostess for I JAS. L. GILES RESIDENCE!I ure in the most intensely interesting ,
luncheon I the newly organized "Monday Card political drama ever enacted in South SYLVIA PANKHURST TRIES
day ,
every except Sunday i help the I II I
the hours of 12 and 2 for the i get presents. I Club" for its last meeting, and the; Architect L Percival Hutton isl: Carolina. Governor Blease says that :NO SLEEP FOR A CHANGE
I have Christ- I II
expect to an open-air
sum of thirty-five cents.". I drawing room of the New Lucerne i completing the plans for the colonial ,he hopes Senator Tillman will take I
which will write
ams tree about
The menu is being printed in the!I I ,later., I I presented a bright and pretty sceneas I residence to be erected by Mr. James |the stump against him. He says that i London, Dec. 16.-Miss Sylvu

Sentinel every day, and the Sentinel you Yours faithfully the members contested at auction L Giles on Lucerne Circle. There I j he will meet him wherever Tillman j Pankhurst, militant suffragette agitator -
I I : bridge. 1 may indicate and he to tell since her arrest on December
can recommend the service at the SANTA CLAUS Box 432.: j ,are more than twenty drawings and proposes
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Tea and Rest Room. The ladies of' I II i The best score was made by Mrs. I the work on some of them will be!I the people of South Carolina what he 10 has adopted the more drastic
Letters be addressed to Santa
the Civic League deserve to be encouraged 'I.I Claus in may of the Sentinel, and]1!j Chester Fosgate, and the other players -': completed by specialists in New York.!!'thinks of Senator Tillman and his method of adding a "no sleep strike"to

in their efforts to establish I I care ;' were Mesdames Chas. Campbell, Mr. Hutton is painstaking in his demands -i I opinion of him. her "hunger and thirst strike" ill
Now little
will him.
they ,
4! such a place for the convenience of, I Thomas Brodwater, Davis Fishback!' that the structure shall be truly i I Governor Blease says that the senior order to force the prison authoritiesto
,I and write letters. I
visitors, and one substantial way to I up your Gordon Wright, M. J. Daetwiler, De- colonial in every particular, and it senator is an "ingrate." He says release her. She accomplishes this

encourage the enterprise is to patronize -' I Witt Miller and Louis Dolive. is for the attainment of this end as to that is under the influence of by walking continually. Her condition -

it. 'I TICKETS FOR THE MINSTRELSThe j The hostess was assisted by Mrs minute details that the plans for each his former enemies and is really not already is aggravated and bet

Campbell in the serving of a dainty room are to be worked out separatelyby the Tillman he was before he sufferedthe friends expect her release shortly.

Great American Minstrels salad course. a specialist in that line, following stroke of paralysis. He says Sen I The police, however, plan to keep ;
MAKING OTHERS HAPPYIs which will appear at the Orlando op- i,the general outline and design. The ator Tillman has lost his hold with i. both Miss Pankhurst and her mother

era house on Friday night, December: VICE-PRESIDENT MARSHALL 'I!estimated cost of the residence is in the people and is a "dead one" polit- .1 in jail until after today's weekly

there any happiness in the world I 19th, are first-class in every particular. I TO TAKE LECTURE PLATFORMWashington [ I the neighborhood of $30,000. |I ically. meeting of Woman's Social and Po- s

like the happiness of a dispositionmade Seats will go on sale Thursday I Dec. 16.-Vice-Presi- litical union. '

happy by the happiness of oth:morning at 9 o'clock at Butt's Candy 'dent I Marshall will vie with William I! CIRCUIT COURT SPENT DAY I BLAKES NOT RECONCILED The militants continue their violent

ers? There is no joy to be comparedwith I I Kitchen. The entire lower floor has !:,J. Bryan next year as a Chautauqua L ON FAVORS-SHEPARD CASE tactics. The arson squad last night _

it. The luxuries which wealthcan jjbeen'I i reserved. Balcony is general performer. Heretofore since he en 1 I New York, Dec. 16.( -Mrs. Joseph burned down an empty mantion near r 1

buy, the rewards which ambition J admission Back gallery for colored. I tered public life he has always refused -I:I Circuit court devoted another day I A. Blake today withdrew her motion Bristol. Another party broke every

can obtain, the pleasures; of art and j t GEO .A. BARKER, I offers from Chautauqua bureaus .1 to the Favors-Shepard case yesterday -, to compel her husband, a famous sur- window in the Richmond police sta 1

scenery, the abounding sense of II' Manager Orlando Opera House. but today he entered into"a 1 and the sitting ran well into the geon, to pay her $1,500 a month ali- tion. '

health and the exquisite enjoyment of I contract with the Mid-West Chautau night. This made the third day con- mony. Mrs. Blake's suit for separa-

mental creations are nothing to thi! I The rush is on at Curtis & O'Neal's. qua association to deliver thirtyfivei sumed in the hearing of this case. The tion is pending and attorneys said today THE WEATHER

pure and heavenly 'happiness, whereself Their Christmas store is crowd I addresses next August in Illinois:, ncticr involves a dispute over property the withdrawal of the alimony I

is drowned in the blessings ol f I with beautiful things for old and[ Iowa, Kansas and Missouri,'provide) lines at Winter Park betweenthe motion did not mean the pair might Florida: Fair Wednesday; Thurs
others. j young, and the prices are very low. I congress is not in session. I complainant and defendant. become' reconc11ed.I day cloudy, probably rain in north. _


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APOPKA ITEMS TAFT NEWS NOTES I POINTED PARAGRAPHS ... e e 1" C I" .I'mn.iiiiiiiiiiiinn<< < +>>-o tit I 0 C M tOt G II tut>nmiiiimt)
Apopka, Fla., Dec. 15.-Mrs. C. B. I |MHIIimillltlllHIIMIIIiiailliH-ttittit .m< n iMHtKlltllltHi.tllHHNew
Partin remains on the sick list, but Taft, Fla., Dec. 15.-J. E. Tracy,I A poor joke is one that humiliates
her many friends are hoping for her'of the Taft novelty works, is on a others.A i '
speedy recovery.Mr. business trip to Alabama and Arkansas H MONGOMERYMOTION PICTURE CO'SGAND
Ira Harrod returned to his for machinery for the box fac- closed mouth is the noblest workof
home in St. Petersburg last Friday anybody.An .
after a visit of a week very pleasantly tory.Rev.. A. M. Ash has decided to re,
spent with his brother, G. Harrod, main with us and will hold servicesat auctioneer cries; because he is
and wife in this city. the chapel each Sunday at 11 a. m.:making an honest living.A .
The American Realty company, of and 7 p. m. t
Apoplca, report the sale of a nice Harry Moon was an Orlando caller man who is satisfied with him- WITHIN
block of town lots during:. the past last Tuesday. self does not want much. i .
week. Mrs. Ara Payne returned Wednesday -
Frank II. Davis reports the sale of from a week's visit at DeLeon Some people use poor material :
rwo acreage tracts during the last Springs. Mrs. J. N. Alrick and son,;.when they make up their mind I: i Don erraiidou
week, both to the same person, Mr. Leslie, accompanied her home for a J
W. L. Bard, of Stanton. The two i week's visit. I The pension bureau has more draw-
farms are both located on the southof Mrs. J. S. Barklow, who was quite ers than any other piece of furniture.A b
town, one belonged to Ernest Lie- ill for a few days, is improving. I
bing, of this city, the other is knownas J. II. Estes and friend, J. E. Henry,I lazy man way shut his eyes
the Lovelace farm. I were in Kissimmee last week on business -:when looking for work and bark his Startling Songs Daily
Messrs. I. M. Jackson, H. II. With-I and pleasure. I shins on it.

erington and Howard Smith went I' Mrs. A. L. Wright, of Orlando, is I. AND .
down to the swamp near Wekiwa in Taft looking after business.It I It is hard to appreciate good advice THJ-:
Springs last Tuesday and brought is rumored that a candy factorywill I that fails to coincide with our own
home a very fine buck that fell a victim soon be erected on Palm avenue desires. Best Motion Pictures and
of the shot of Mr. Howard Smith. by a Northern capitalist.The .
It is no uncommon thing to see hunters It's easier to borrow $10 worth of
returning with venison or wild trouble than it is to negotiate the MUSICAL PROGRAM
total receipts for and
turkey these days. snappers loan of 10 cents in cash.
Mr. J. J. Anderson attended the annual groupers in Pensacola for the week
conference of the M. E. Church, ending last Saturday exceeded over I I
It's up to a young man to give a Ever Shown in Orlando
300,000 pounds.
South, which convened in Tallahasseelast
week. I girl a few sample lessons before asking -
her if she thinks she could learnto
Dr. Moore, of Ohio, who has been Two steamers with cargoes of ma-;
love him.-Chica News.
here as a tourist for some days past, hogany logs are expected in Pensa
is very much pleased with this part cola this week, and these imports,I Matinees Daily
of the state and expects to invest here with the amount already brought in,i Congratulations to Lee county on .
the assured court house, whichis
and make this his winter home, and will make that port lead all others in:: new
may become a permanent settler here. the United States in mahogany.If J to cost $75,000 and to be built without -
He expects to have other friends I : a bond issue.-Tampa Trbiune. 5c EVENrN 10e

come here at an early date. you want the news, read the I 6:30
Mr. A. P. Clark, of eastern Pennsylvania :Sentinel. Subscribe for The Daily Sentinel.
is here as the guest of Mr. I ,. . . .
and Mrs. William Gage, and will like .'IIIIIIIIIIII"IO'JIIIIIIIIIIIJIIIIIIIIIIIIIDlll.II'II"'JllaIIIOlllllleQI'IIIICIIII"I"I".t.IIII.IIII.II.II. l11111111 . .L..tll.. . . . .. .. .. .. ....."........4..
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ly spend the winter here. FIRE INSURANCE
One of the tinners employed on the
roofing of the new Central hotel met For Economy and pur"
with a serious accident last week!
which we are glad to report will not W RIG H T. chase power of your money
result fatally. He was attempting to ( ITYAtfD'Vhe lEfto Success. R 8A LTY &ESTATE sEED CO "T ry Wright Farm
descend from the third floor to the
second on a ladder, the stairway not COUNTRY Thais Our Business and (Garden Seeds in
being put in at the time, and in some llEALE5TAUCRt JANSEN Orlando. Florida.
manner the ladder either slipped at bulk. "Motto" Quantity
the foot or he missed his footing and i IMPROVED AHCLUmnPRovEpf ; IOTARY and Quality.Fresh .
fell from the third to the second floor.
He was picked up by other laborers. FLORIDA. ) Farm Eggs, 40 cents dozen; Ice, 40 cents 100 pounds; Best Creamery Butter, 40
on the building .and carried to the cents; Sweet Milk, 13 cents quart, 7 cents pint; Oranges 10 cents dozen; Limes 10 cents

nation physician's was made office,, and where it was an discov-exami- dozen; Butter Milk, 10 cents quart. Chesepeak Bay Oysters, ((selects) 50 cents quart, jo

ered that he had received several severe Office in Rock Building N.ORANGE AVE. Opposite San Juan Hole cents pint.

bruises and was bleeding profusely Individual Package 10 lbs. Ass't Fruits, "That Xmas Present" delivered by Express,
at the nose, but no bones were IMMiMHMMMIMHMIMttmtlltiMIIIMHMMMRas'always (charges prepaid) all points east of Rocky Mountains, at your door $1.35 cash with order.
broken and he will soon be able to be

about The again State as bank usual.of Apopka has been .'I'I'IIIIIIIIIIII"11181.'ttll.tA'.I II. 1.a ---- .-4&11"111'1'1"11'----- --- "

thoroughly; retouched inside with the( kI I w alia Niii'seryService' '

painter's brush, wielded by J. F, I GREAT" ALlltSALE"ji
Briggs; of this city, who is an artistin THE
that line, as the finish of the bank AWJN
fixtures shows for itself. The finishof

the interior is curly pine veneer been accepted in Orange County as th
and has been admired by every one AT
who has occasion to enter the bank. best to be obtained. No one has ever complainedand

The bargain sale put on last Satur- no oneever will, because our trees are the best

day crowd by S.and W. Eldredge nice attracted business quitea and cheapest (in the end) possible to procure. Siil'S I I

enjoyed carried by away the a very firm bargains.The and the. customers was- Who ever heard of one untrue to name or who- N w YH Bai'alli r[ i mr

heard of claim?
name and fame of Apopka is ever an ignored

and being people spread are abroad coming as here never from before all We offer you first choice from the largest stockin Continues Until Christmas, December 25

parts of the United States to find the the world for this season's planting and your success -

that ideal they climate have and so eagerly'sought productive lands for with our stock is already assured when your New Goods arriving daily, such as Clothing, .Shoes, Hats, Notions,

so long. There is scarcely a mail that grove is planted. Free advice as to stock and per- and all kinds of Novelties for the Holiday trade. This $25,000.00
i does not bring letters of inquiry con- sonal inspection of your land when requested on any
cerning this far-famed location and planting of 300 trees or more. Suitable discountsto stock of new and up-to-date merchandise I will sell in this great

constantly here to newcomers see for themselves are droppingoff whatwe I planters of large acreage. In fact, the very best Annual Sale at Sacrifice Prices. Our stock was never more com-

have, and after a thorough investigation I of everything and 0. W. Conner behind it all.
item in
than has
plete now. Every our store added to with
the unanimous verdict is that :
Y "Apopka has more natural advan- : new and up-to-date merchandise. We have a larger line than
tages to offer to the tourist or the '
homeseeker than any other place to : ADDRESS ever for you to select from. We will give you more bargains in

: be of the found investment in the state to ,acquire when the a home cost :: this store that it will pay you to give us a trial, as the dollars and

or a farm is considered. There are :' OCKLA4IIA NURSERIES cents are what you are looking after. It will pay you to visit our
hundreds of acres of ideal farm lands
lying on all sides of Apopka that : store and see the offerings we have.
r would make verdant
healthy groves :
and farm lands Dept. 2 3 Tangerine Fla.llamniond&Gore.
profitable that can ,

t t acre now,fencing be and bought with could a from little be$10 converted labor to clearingand $25: into per -:I t"lllllt'III'II.., .' I'loe'IOlalllllllllllll Olllleltttt :. H. Kallllef'g r'' Newiork r BaI'gaill r[ i Store 8i'laiiUo

r magnificent farms and groves that y...'-- - -'' ..r'I- ,
f i. would sell at from $100 to perhaps r :
t: $500 per acre. The same conditions :ttlJltt:::::::: : : :: :::: lt :: : :::::::::: : : ::: :: :: : : : :::::: :: :
exist in the
town-city lots can be
bought at prices ranging from $50 I I -- -
r up to $500, according to location, that School
t within the next few years will be sell-I FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.REAL : The Cathedral :
ing at from $500 to $2,500. The op- I I EAST CENTRAL AVENUE
portunity is here to make CHRISTMAS GIFTS
on the investment and quick the new returns VALUES LOW PRICES Orlando's Select Boarding and

comer is quick to perceive it and Day School For Girls
Gloves Silk Hosiery (NeckwearFine
grasp the opportunity to make good i Reopens Wednesday, October 1. !

; money investment.The out. of a comparatively small) OUR FURNITURE Preparatory Primary, Intermediate Grades. and College I! linen Handkerchiefs .

Christmas spirit begins to prevail Also Courses in Music, Art, Elocu- Cases
and the crack of the firecrackeror I We provide the quality of furniture that has long tion, Domestic Science, Physical Cul I Vanity Leather Bags
I been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as
the bursting of the skyrocket is
frequently heard, mingled with the standard of merit. If an article is here it is good.It ture. I and other Novelties
Twelve trained Teachers.
wouldn't be here were it otherwise. We can't make specially
laughter of the small boys and girls, !
this point too clear-it is one of the foundation stones Individual attention. Loving care.
who always rejoice at the advent of of this business, and that means much to any buyer.McMILL REV. RODERICK P. COBB, A. M, IISSESMEW & DUNN
Yuletide. What a blessing that tne Principal
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- -- -- - -
children can grow up so carefree and -- -

enjoy the sports, pleasures and the & DAVIS BLOCK,
festivities of Christmas times with- v News from Tallahassee that for
out the worry that characterizes the j Cor/:Orange Ave and Church St., Orlando, Fla. comes Agents Barclay Corsets
I the Woman's college has a fine basket
lives of so many who have reached 1 J 3IcCaIl's Patterns
ball team this season and is in good
.'k -
more advanced Let the children -
be happy while years.they can. f = ).I _TT shape to carry off all vi tories. : 1.


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t COMMITTEEARE Orlando Florida.Capital .

and Surplus SI2 .OOO.oa.
Have house
room or.
Washington Dec. 15.The representation

of the state of Florida in cleaned without dust or troubleof - Report of the Condition of
Republican national conventions
probably 1 1
will be decreased. The vote for -4. ,? TilE ORLANDO BANK & TRUST
Taft in Florida in 1908 was 10,654 moving furniture I I COMPANYAt
and it has four representatives in the close of business November

congress. Under the present plan the K 17, 1913. In compliance with Chapter
state would have twelve delegates in : -. I..c. C127, Laws of Florida.
1 :
The Pierce Electric Co. send an Ex- FJ .: ":'
the next '
Republican national conven- . } :
:!,: \ '
tion. Under plan No. 1 it would have ." :,
perienced man. -;" Banking House, Furniture
eight, under plan'No.2 five under .4
and '*, :. and Fixtures ..........$ 2,94.87;
plan No.3 eight Thus it vlbe\ \ seen t a
Loans and Discounts..... 396,206.53
that there is a very likely prospect SEE THEM FOR TERMS Overdrafts ............'. 406.93
that Florida will have
never again as i r # 4 Stocks and Bonds ....... 26,018:3::
large a representation in Republicar . "!, ; {f tom'", : Cash on Hand and in
- -- - ---- - -
the national past.conventions as it has had ir s' -,$ ,. Banks ................ 10,3 x,44

tentative The committee national plans Republican for has the submitted apportionment congressional foul. : The PIERCE[ L[ [ELECTRC[ L L CO11InL' 9E + LIABILITIES $$580,984

of delegates, as follows: t J t Capital Stock ............$100,000.00
Four delegates at large for ead Surplus and Undivided
state and delegates for the severs' UHTJBCI-I STREET f Profits ................ 32,166.02
e t as t .............. .
districts'as .
congressional follows Deposits 44S.S17.4S
:. ... . . .. ,.. ., .,t..III..III.t>
For each of such districts in which
the vote cast for the Republican candidate '.. a ,r rA1's + LL $580,984.10
for presidential electors ir ." ." ." . " .. ., . , . . l :_-
- ---- --- - - ----- -- -
1908 was not more than 40 per cent
of the total vote cast for presidential M. M. SMITH, President

electors in such district in such elec- Innoc rr T ITr but once \ W. M. D.\VIS, Vice.President.
tion, one delegate; for each of sue}
districts in which such Republicanvote I United States Government, State and County-Depository G. E NOLW: Oshier. I.
was 40 per cent. but not more @
than 60 per cent., two delegates; fo '.;" 'I""I"'II'I..o'e. >tinMMM, .tt" 'I't........
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each of such districts in
which sucl RIGHT NOW we offer two propositions on TERMS OF $10
Republican vote was more than 6f DOWN AND $10 PER MONTH. Every young man in
per cent., three delegates. In an Orlando should embrace this chance to begin or add to his .
state where = A -..... _
a reapportionment ac'ias estate. .
not been passed to, provide th
full number of congressional districts
such state shall be entitled to delegates
at large for each representative On the Map Before Seminole County
at large in congress at the above ra Inside Lots $100. Corner Lots $125.
tio, comparing the full vote of th Money and six per cent interest back one year from the date
state with the total Republican vot you complete purchase if dissatisfied.
.Orlando Houso
in the state. In Arizona and Net Opera
Mexico the apportionment shall b FIVE ACRE TRACTS
based on the vote for delegates ii .
Near Lake Underhill. Finest grove land and finest grovesin
congress. Orange County. Develop a grove on your monthly spare
Four delegates at large for eac1 change. PRICE S30 PER ACRE. Timber practically pays
state and in addition thereto one delegate ; Dec. 19th .
for clearing. Friday
for each 10,000 votes for presidential
electors in 1908.
state Four and delegates for each at congressional large for ead dis until you own the deed. (ic-1 M: : Presents America'sComedian

trict one delegate for. each 10OOC{ j f "onf1
votes or major fraction thereof cas ORLANDO REAL ESTATE CO. ULU/4I1/ 0 Minstrel
for the Republican candidates fo : Room 2. Watkins Block. 3
presidential electors in 1908. Pro-
Orv404tGdr4i 44 +H'HITh
vided, that each congressional distric: NEIL O'BRIEN
shall have at least one delegate and
there shall be two for each congressman .

The at present large. plan of appointment, AltamonteAltamonte
which is based on population and is 1 50 People I AND HIS GREAT 1003' Clean LaughsAll
as follows: Said national conventior
shall consist of four delegates at Springs, Florida Famous AMERICAN Count 'EmMINSTRELS
large from each state and two delegates -
at large for each representative -
at large in the congress and two :'cw PET
delegates from each congressional
district. Most beautiful spot in all Florida
In the Northern states the new Nine miles from Orlando. Every com
rule would increase representation. fort and Golf
amusements, etc. Amongthe

BARGAIN SALEIn tall pines, between two lovely lakes. The largest, highest salaried and most expensively equipped minstrel} or-
four small 5-room houses, onlj Cusine and service first-class. ganization in existence.Car .
three blocks from postoffice. Price
for the bunch, $4,550; or single salE load of magnificent scenic surprises; two big bands; fourteen peoplein
$1,250 each. Renting. for $15 pet the orchestra; all feature headline acts. Organized for hi:; cities and
month. GEO. E. BATES & SON, Proprietors
Who wants a cheap home or wantsto leading only.PIUCES
invest? ..IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIBIIIIIIIIIII.I.el.I.II.'II.elDon't : 50c., 7:c., $1.00 AND $1.50 : rt -
I offer $50 reward for the owner of
property in the city of Orlando, Fla.,
ihat will duplicate this property ir
price and location.
For the above and several 5, 10 Buy an Iron Razor in a Plush BoxIt
20, 40-acre country homes improvedsome
with growing crops stock ana look but is I = .
tools, seeCHADWICK- may pretty perfectly useless -

FOR LOW PRICES. Christmas gift. The market is full of : - ._
Phone 398. -
Open evening 7 to 8. 12Qfi'Automobile the iron razor I I type of presents. ...... + +tllllllllll.llt.llll.tttt+ttt"11IIIIIIIIIt.

tttlelllllll'llllle.,. ...Y We specialize in presents that are both

For Hire!J useful and ornamental, and reasonle in price.

1 New Five Passenger J Standard and popular Books, Fine Station- W. M. SLEMONS

PHONE 419'HlllllliilMM ery, Art Calendars, Felt and Leather Pillow

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.. Tops and Table Scarfs, Musical Instruments,

WE FIT GLASSES GRIND LENSES Writing Desk Requisites, Alligator Goods,

AND OPTICAL DO ALL REPAIRINGDR. KINDS OF Pictures, etc.A Our Ne fall bOO os. Me No ow Lorning in

dollars worth of real value for every

e dollar you spend with


We sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co.
The Arcade Book and Music Store
L. H. RAMSDELL made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes.

OPTOMETRIST : Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and Towels.
(Successor to Dr. 0. P. Likins) MllimilMlflMiMilllMIMMMMMIHHHMMMMMi .
:. Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co.
: & Co. Best place in the city to trade.
Have you triedOrispette I,

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IF NOT, WHY NOT? At your at favorite dealers or at : W. SLEMONS
11 Oldest Established Practice In The Crispette Factory, 26 W. Pine Street.

i| .| 19 W. Church Orlando Street, Up-Stairs j' THE CRISPETTE CO. :. ORANGE AVENUE .

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South Florida SentinelMORNING It is a noticeable fact that many ORLANDO KNULLFLORALCOIj

AND WEEKLY of the farmers of the Northwest who The picture "Beauty and the Beast" :

JOSIAH FERRIS. Editor and Owner. come to Florida on a prospectingtour Don Ferrandou a Decided Success !shown at the Favorite yesterday and : CUT FLOWERS FINE GROVE 82200

Entered at-the---poetofTice- -at-Orlando------Florida begin at once to compare the Monday night Montgomery Motion 'last night made a decided hit with : OUR SPECIALTYPhone i''I'I i I
u Second Class Mail M&tter. soil of Florida with that of their own Picture company took possessionof the large number of people who saw .
" SUBSCRIPTION RATES locality, entirely from the standpoint the Grand theater, and more than it. It was one of the most perfect ;K'i.t+2516 : The acres, 230 six-year-old budded

TilE DAILY SENTINEL of its probable yield of wheat. They made good their promises of what picture plays ever reproduced in Or .I trees half grapefruit and balanceI

One Year ....................$5.00 look at the Florida sand and then they were going to do for Orlando. lando. The Favorite always shows I I
think of the black loam of their The theater presented an entirelynew good pictures, and the people know i| 'pineapple orange; near town and hard
f Six Months ................... 2.50 Dr. BucKmaster
Three Months ................ 1.25 Northern farms and shake their appearance, newly decorated they will never be disappointed when 'I road. For this and other big bargains -
F head in a doubtful manner as to the without and within, numberless they patronize this theater. i I

f WEDNESDAY. DEC. 17, 1913. prospects of gaining a living from framed pictures of prominent motion in either groves or city prep-
that kind of soil. They fail to real picture actresses and actors being displayed CHRISTMAS JEWELRY I Osteopathic Physician
r The New Smyrna News says that ize that Florida puts forth no claimsas between ferns and palms in I Avenue l!ert y, seeCooper

> New Smyrna is to have a Y. M. C. A. a competitor Minnesota, Iowa front of the house, an electric sign 'II I 132 Orange

J. It is time for an organization of that and the Dakotas as a wheat producing and illumination that would be a credit Hearts are warming with Christ- I Next door to People's Bank, I

s kind in Orlando. state. But they also fail to real to Broadway, and the screen mas cheer. Jewelry being the peer Acute and chronic '& Atha
of gifts at Yuletide. Evans' jewelry'store ': up-stairs. i
t 0f i ize that an acre of Florida sandy soil, draped in rich velvet and gold. .
I treated.Telephone
[ Dr. Diggett, who is investigating plus the balmy? climate of Florida, The music rendered under the direction never was better equipped with ; diseases
a larger, more varied assortment of 114 ORANGE AVENUE
hookworm the Seminoles, is
f among plus the proper fertilizer, will often of Mr. Cornelly was some 578. !
still digging at it. He is pursuing I I the season's most exquisite things.
t ;
produce as much net cash as 25 or thing worthy praise.
r his work some seventy miles below the well known Orlando Florida1253m.
I even 50 acres of wheat land. Twenty- Don Ferrandou, --- ------ -- --- ; ,
f- Fort Myers. I five bushels of wheat to the acre is a singer and actor, nationally known as : L. .A. ... .. .aa.Aaa.. i""gl. . . .ali_ . ;. . t1QWID&_ _ . ... . W'A A A .A&.J... ...J'LA..v. .
l -0rt big average; yield. This amount of the "Beau Brummell of Songland," I t I

James Whitcomb Riley appeared at I grain sells at from 65 to 75 cents per and for many years minstrel star I
rt the Riley day exercises given at the bushel after it is hauled to the local opened his engagement with the i

Woman's club in Miami, but was too market. In other words, it is good above management Monday night, I i I

weak to attempt a speech. We are land, a good crop and stiff prices that which has proven a tremendous success Notice to Auto Oner
[ all hoping for the poet's recovers brings back $17.50 to $20 per acre, all of which Don is well deserv ,I
o gross. Three or four good orange +W-M++t H tM M4-H 11111.
t The naval officers who sang that trees will often yield this amount of ing.In his rendition of the "Vikings," a '>
{ terrible song, "Damn, Damn, Damn money value and plenty of grapefruittrees bold, war-like number, he displayedto f R. L. HOLLAND I

t the Insurrectos," and by so doing bring that amount from a sin advantage the rich mellow tones I u rule Auto ml I
c Ij
( aroused the indignation of President
gle tree. and power of his voice; succeeded I
will old Auto
Wilson, should have borne in mind j | recover your or Buggy
It is therefore obvious that to make with a love ballad showing wonderful 1
I that the president's most violent cuss any intelligent comparison betweenthe control of the falsetto register. Ow- I Make Back and Cushion
word is "Tut!" ; ; your ; ; ( The oil that has
rounds of
products of the two localities, all ing to the repeated applause -

---0- these well known facts should be Mr. Ferrandou sang "In 'Normandy ,: ; Slip Covers and Auto Top, dust | j stood the supreme -
Judge Call of the southern district taken into consideration. Of course ," a popular number which was

has appointed Eugene Dodge of; there are chances to take on the or- equally well received-another instance I I covers. New or cushion work for test
; ;
Jacksonville clerk of the court to begin
ange crop. Some years the yield is of the complete versatility as I
his work January 1. Dodge is a poor and sometimes the prices are an entertainer.In carriages and buggies at reasonable : : -- THAT -- -

r young man and is receiving the congratulations poorer, but there are also many dress Ferrandou was faultless,I

of his friends. He succeeds chances to take on a wheat crop, or and his personality most pleasing prices. All work and material guaranteed -

Eugene Locke, who has grown a corn crop or a hay crop. In quitea tended much to make his share of the I
\ gray in the position.o large section of South Dakota the entertainment a complete success. 11 by T. M. Coppedge, Trimmer Good Gulf Gasoline

past year the drouth was so pro Mr. Ferrandou will be glad to sing
Harry Floyd has started his race longed that the wheat crop scarcely numbers upon request of our patrons.

for United States senator by walk paid for the seed and labor, withoutany The management, Mr. DeLaney and -ATR.1. -

{ ing from River Junction to Jackson profit to the land owner who :Mr. Montgomery, are to be congrat-

ville, where he expects to make aI rents out his land on shares. This is ulated, as the theater has been reopened -

speech Christmas night. It may well not written to disparage in any way so quickly that all the anticipated L HOLLAND CARRiAGE b[ SHOP r : : P. WALTON, Agt.
I imagined that a walk of such the magnificent farming sections of changes have not yet been

length is a good way to stifle a troublesome the great Northwest, which have for completed. The management will fur
ambition. PHONES 450-269
political years furnished the world with well i nish the very best talent obtainable

t, 0. .filled bread baskets, and will continueto from the North, as well as the best
f This is an unappreciative world. do so to the profit of those who pictures. 1
The thief who stole the "Mona Lisa"
I cultivate. The statement is made From now on there will be a daily
in order to restore the of art to ,
piece -- -
r simply to insist that in making comparisons matinee performance, commencing at
s its native land discovers that his motives : all the facts should be taken 3:30 p. m. (Adv.)

are not approved, and that he into consideration. If a man wishesto
j' will probably have to languish for : Our New Holiday StockOffer
raise wheat and Western cattle, COMEDY COMPANY AT TilE
his act. Somehow there's such a difference ,
and enjoys the cold climate, he shouldnot LUCERNE PLEASED CROWD
in the of view.
I point come to Florida. But if, as often

The editor of the 0 St. Petersburg happens, he for any reason desires to The comedy company at the Lu- in great variety really desirable and useful presents for
live in warmer climate and wishesto
[ Independent discusses the conjugal cerne pleased a large crowd last of all and is most popular stock in
) breakfast learnedly lie disagrees look over the opportunities in night. Manager Starkey pronouncedit people ages a every respect

l r- with the, statement that the break- Florida or fruit for culture making, he a living should at bear farming all this the company Ed. Lawrence he had is booked well be.ause of its choice selections tiustwo!thy values and fair

fast is a fruitful cause of divorce, these details in mind. To simply gen in Orlando If where the best and
r r and says "in that family in which the :known having appearedhere prices. you are asking you can buy
eralize with one eye shut and one ear with other

t t and woman saving does one her will share find of the the happiest working closed, is not to know the facts or nies. frequently lIe is an artist in comedy compa work cheapest this season you will get your answer by looking

women." arrive at any correct conclusions. and has many friends who know him through our large and superior line of attractions and
f Without question, the same brains, ocially. The other members of the I com-

0 industry and capital worked out in to the standard. The and with others.
There is still the suggestion from, company are up pare qualities prices
Florida will bring as much net cash will be "The Sena-
sketch tonight
some of the that Governor
papers returns as it will in any other lo- tor." The comedy sketch is sidesplitting -
I'. Trammell enter the race for sena

t tor.fortunate The in governor not making has thus political far been mistakes .cality.The best of grain at the highest features,that and round there out are an vaudeville eveningof Tne Virtue of easonaDle rrices

price does not come without the most entertainment.
r and it is hardly to be thought careful and intelligent labor. The complete
that he would commit such a blunder
r finest of New York apples are not
as to enter the race this time. He is HAIR FALLING OUT?
r produced in any easy haphazard man- is never never neglected You will find it in connection with
probably priming himself for Senator
Nat Bryan's shoes. ner. will The not high grow grade promiscuously long staple cotton on- Davis' Hair Remedy will stop it. I Honest Goods and Genuine Merit throughout our Beautiful

o Money back guarantee. Estes Phar-

Let no woman lose hope; there's always will thin profitable soil poorly fruit cultivated.and vegetable Neither macy sells it. 12-9-tf Stock which is unexcelled in Variety and Quality.

a chance. A few years ago a
crops grow on Florida sand unless
young woman working in the Edison DOES YOUR SCALP ITCH?
hey,are given careful attention. But
. phonograph shop in West Orange hat under right cultivation there is If one bottle Davis' Hair Remedyoesn't
stuck an appeal for a husband in a
as much cash return in Florida farming cure we'll give your money ,
record, and the other day she had a
as there is with the same effort back. Estes Pharmacy sells it.
reply from man in Ireland, who has

eleven children a and a wooden leg. demonstrated expended elsewhere-to any, thinking is very person.easily 2-9-tf i iI I T. H. Evans the Jeweler

He invited her to come across and he
o Warman Repairs and Retires Baby I ,
would marry her, though he con-
Carriages on Court street. 12.5tfOSTEOPATHY
fessed he didn't have the money to BUSINESS MEN'SASSOCIATION ( OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE

pay her passage. TONIGHT]I

o There will be a meeting of the Bus-I
There is the promise of a lively I ness Men's Association tonight at I EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING

tilt between the state tax commissionand 7 o'clock, at their headquarters over ;! DR. J. C .IIOWELL I
the tax assessors after the assessors J. S. Rowland's store. A full ..
grocery Hours, 10.12, 3-3, and by appointmentNo i i r --- = _
have met and formulated attendance is desired. i '
extra charge for house .
their reply to the commission's order
I Telephone connections ; ...,. _
that taxes be assessed the cash _
upon I r
Subscribe for the Sentinel. Office cor.. Orange and Central A"cs.I

value that do it of the is property.easy work.enough They The for take assessors some the one stand haveto to .1 i .1I''I SPECIAL[ l f FOR T TUESDAY t AND Wf EONESDAY f

tell them it should be done, but I

quite a different matter to do it. IS :JOUR MOTOR FULL

Whether the tax commission accomplishes Our famous 40 inch Egyptian Crepe,

there can all that be little it has doubt set out that to thisis do, OF CARBON ? ii Regular price 52.50, Our price $1.75.

the beginning of a better systemof i 36 inch Silk and Wool Poplin, regular

assessing property o in Florida. Let us clean it out the new way in i I $1.25 value, Our price 89 cents. .

The Jacksonville board of trade is I forty minutes without bolt All Kid Gloves reduced on these two days only.
going to establish a farm bureau, the I II a

main object of which will be to encourage i J
I Satisfacfaction
the development of farmingin I guaranteed XMAS SUGGESTIONS
Duval county. The Times-Union

endorsing the movement, says that Silk Hosiery Gloves (linen CenterpiecesSilk
Jacksonville should be one of the I .
Underwear Doilies Handkerchiefs
: cheapest of cities in which to live, San
that the country surrounding the city Juan Garage Co. Hand Bags Mesh Bags > Neckwear

> should produce enough to feed all. I Dress Patterns in Silk and Woolen Goods and many others space forbids to mention

This is true enough, but Jacksonville I All Night Service ,
has evinced a spirit of antagonism to

such industry by taxing hucksters I1 I-1---- ::1J.r. .BJ:01\r: : E. I'VES
.. .
$150 each. Was this tax imposed in 1I I a
of the ? AJAX TIRES guaranteed 5000 miles Five
the interest green grocers
Jacksonville will have to change her per cent off for cash, The Christmas Shopping Place" J b;

ways in this respect if truck farming J w
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in that vicinity' is to be fostered. ... .



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1 Christmas Candies '

F'iY' s" E. GI Duckworth's] I :

When buying Christmas Candies it is like buy f rom anta :

ing everything else, you want the best. .
Removal Sale
:Make the men folks

And when you open a package of Butt's Choc- ; happy with a present j t '

olates your "sweet tooth," which delights in that r Liv s they can enjoy. The .

keen rich flavor of perfect confection, will be gratified i :- ; ;4 ,: r'; man who conies downstairs

beyond expression. ., It ''uzjtf Christmas morn is now in full blast. Even if you do not

ing and finds "I j

A BOX OF I > need SHOES at present, you owe it to

For the most wholesome I Candies in the city i,
4 4ni f your own interest to buy several pairs.
go to '
t Tremendous reductions on all small lots


II J e V Bin V ITPI U [ M and odd pairs.

11 Y I J Will know that someone has been thinking of his happi- J
D U I\H 11 U I 1\ un [n ness during the excitement of gift-buying. And he'll .

also know that "someone" has taken the trouble to find Ten Per Cent Reducti

out the kind of cigar he likes-a Mild, Full-Flavored, I

The Home ol QualIty i! % Rich-Tasting cigar that is as full of Fine Aroma as :
on regular lines. Every pair of Shoes in
t tit Cuban suns could make it. :

t'I'IIII'ltllllllllllll = IIIIII+t"'IIII. OICttttl'6t..t! I' II.ett .Itlt. IIII t"IIU'. .t' : the house reduced.
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Ads. of every description have been Mrs A. Rinaldi left for Tampa ) Come early while the assortment is

tried in the Sentinel want page, andas terday to visit relatives.Mr. .es-j

WADE a result we have a long list of Geo. A. DeCottes, of ; complete.

THE TUNER prosperous and satisfied customers. was among the visitors to Orlando seals are sold in a worthy cause, and

ORLANDO.FLA. Read the display advertisements ofOrlando's yesterday.Mr. 1 i every cent spent for their purchasewill
mean much for the betterment of ,
wide-awake merchants in W. P. Wilkinson, of New York,
this issue. Most of them the health conditions of the nation.
are offer- is among the late arrivals at the

Gifts at Tuttle's ing special inducements to Christmas San Juan.
Artistic Christmas
For beautiful Christmas Gifts call '
Shop 12-12-6t shoppers, and it may be to your ad- The San Juan .Garage yesterday'.at The Tuttle Shop. 12-12-6t I: E G. Duckworth i
Mrs. M. E. Gleason, of Detroit, is vantage to scan them carefully be- received several fine Studebaker cars. I .
of the San Juan. fore Belle Meade Sweets, fine candies,I:
i.i Orlando, a guest deciding as to what yuo shall Go and see them. If you want to buya
at McElroy's. 12-14-3t ,
candies in buy.
\ For the most wholesome good car, now is the time.

lie city go to Butt's Candy Kitchen. Judge Perkins, of DeLand, is readyto :Mr. Wm. Hall, for several years a Griffing Brothers' trees, roses and I I FEET FITTER

Mr. Frank Smith, of Altamonte, see a reform in court work under- winter resident of Maitland, but who ornamental, give results. 12-2-tf :
in the city yesterday. taken, but he wants to see it directed -
TOS will spend this season in Daytona, Orlando
Warman Sells, and Fixes Bicycles, against the lawyers who delay the was in Orlando yesterday for a while. Cash Registers. Warman fixes 'em : Florida1IIIIIIOOlllfIIIIIIIIIDIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.I.

on Court street 12-5-tf progress of trials by not being ready Mr. and Mrs. Hall spend their sum- on Court street 12-5-tf I
with their cases. How would it do to
Mr. Cadenas left yesterday for mers in Springfield, Ohio. -- r
establish the rule followed in China
Jacksonville, where he will spend several The pictures at the Favorite thea- Christmas Suggestions: A Kodak,) .
with the family physician? The Chi- I
days. ter are drawing as well as ever and ,Waterman Fountain Pen, Thermos I "
nese doctor is paid a yearly salary 'IIIIII"I'IIIIIIIIIIIII'IIIDIIIIII'IIII'I'III' "
For trees see W. IL Brokaw. Office their popularity was never stronger Bottle, or box of Huyler's Candy, at i:
to keep a family in good health,
Phone 267. than it is now. A good grade of I McElroy's. 12-10-eod-5t
opposite when they are ill he 13 fined. Lawyers i
"movies" is being shown and the
12-2-tf peo Money to Loan
might be fined or sent to jail for
Mrs A. W. Acree has had to post- keeping a case in courc beyond a rea- ple of the city are giving them hearty i Eat what you want I.
support. I Eat all you want.
pone her visit to Tampa on account.f sonable time.-Miami Metropolis. Take a postscript and forget it. ,

illness in the family there. Christmas is fast approaching and For sale by all druggists. I',
Prescription Druggist, 30 years es- you are purchasing your holiday WRESTLERS THURSDAY NIGHT'S MATCH ll-30-d&w.lm I'I.:I.'., Loans in sums of$500 to $3000 j j

tablished. McElroy Pharmacy. gifts. Don't fail to visit Allen & i'I '
John Ladu, who is to wrestle FOR SALE
lMO-eod-5t Co.'s jewelry store, on Orange ave- George Grundahl at the Orlando the-.I, An artistic and beautiful home; I:, on IMPROVED INSIDE property for .
Mr. N. Byron Bettison, of Bowling nue. You will here find many appro- I' .
ater Thursday night, is training hard modern and complete in every partic-
Green, Ky., is visiting his sister, Mrs. priate suggestions for the Christmas for the match, and Grundahl is not. ular. Seven large rooms and bath; : a term of FIVE years. Principal : :
Norman Robinson, on Concord ave- stocking, gifts that will express more I.
immense closets. Screened sleeping : and interest in
fully the high esteem in which idle.A payable monthly
aaea part of Ladu's daily exercise is a 1 and rear porches; ten-foot veranda '
Headquarters for Dainty ChristmasGiftsBoardman's hold the recipient. Pay them a visit chase around Lake Lucerne several,across entire front. A few bearing : instalments.
of Satis- with that Christmas list and see how
flowers and New :
trees, shrubbery.
times. It is more than a mile and a
It satisfactorily we can fill it for
faction. you. half around the lake, and by the timeit and near in, fine location. I -
Mrs. Seth Woodruff will entertain The Marion county board of trade has been circled three or four I Any one desiring an ideal home, I S. yJT..A. ay

the Wednesday Bridge club at her held a rousing meeting the other times at a fast trot the athlete is address :: .

home on South DeLaney street this night, and the Star reports it to have ready to quit until the next day. Ladu i OWNER, P. 0. Box 495.I I II

afternoon. been the best and most harmoniousin holds the championship for Canada. I 12-14-lwk-eod : '
time with all the wheel horses I i,
Ixst's go shopping early, shopping and Grundahl has the middleweight
present. Once in a while this hap- |I GOOD MORNING >
early, mother dear. championship for Florida. COLD WEATHER HINTS
dandruff? If bottle :
i Have one
pens in every town. The trouble is you
For Orlando stores are the prettiest Thursday night's program con-
the wheel horses .Davis' Hair Remedy does not cure it :
are overly con-
That I've seen for many a year. sist of three bouts. One of the pre-' Hecker's Pancake Flour
stant in their attendance.OrlandoSentinel. will be contest betweenR. you get your money back. Estes :
Attorney C. P. Dickinson left last a Pharmacy sells it. 12-9-tf: : Hecker's Self Rising Buckwheat
W. and W. Peter Smith of
night for Madison, Fla., in responseto Hyer
announcing the serious There are mighty few towns in Orlando. The parties to take part in I MAPLE SYRUP KINGAN'S SAUSAGES
a telegram HAND PAINTED: CARDS ,
which they pull together as well as the other have not been announced,
illness of his sister. I Appropriate cards for all occasionsmenu I Ir
No need to worry over your Christ- they do in Ocala.-Ocala Star. and will probably be held back as a r- place cards, score cards, etc. : Coffees and Teas
of Scores of letters are being received surprise to those who attend. I Also designs for book plates. Samples I .
mas giving. Boardman's "Store daily by the Sentinel from people up Exercises begin promptly at 8:15. I on hand and orders taken at 112 I III 'We have
Satisfaction's" assortments simplifies Grace St. Phone COS. Lu F. Halsted. : most complete line to select from
North making inquiries as to hotel II
'buying so much. It tf. of any grocer in the city.Instantaneous.
and private house accommodations in LETTER TO SANTA CLAUSBY I ,
Mr. Thos. Briggs and wife, of Providence Orlando for the coming season. See UNKNOWN ORLANDO BOY I Boys' Double Breasted Suits at and Coffee

h R. I., arrived in Altamonte that your ad. appears in the Sentinel Dear Santy Cloth i want a gun in below cost, as long as they last. J. C. : Instantaneous Chocolate

Monday. They have purchased a lot for it is from this source that the five and ten cent store, and i ,Anno, the Boy Clothier. 12-6-3w ,

and will at once begin the erectionof many write in advance for reserva- want won of those things that you I :: Instantaneous Postum
a handsome winter residence. tions.J. pull a cord and thurs a marble that housekeeping; every conven- : Baker's Cocoa

Unity Circle this afternoon at A. P. Lane, one of the early res- shoote out a it. has wickets and a ience; both, hot and cold; electric :' White Rose Cocoa
Unity Chapel, corner Central avenue bell en the middle of it and if you lights; telephone; close in; rea- :
idents of Miami, died last Saturdayin sonable. 290 E. Robinson Ave. ::t
and West street. Mrs. Mary M. Watson the bell you get unbunched and if
Orlando where he moved with his
will read a paper on General hit the wicket they are numberdand I ::
family about two years ago in the you I FOR SALE I, THE SANITARY GROCERY
Booth and the Salvation Army. All get there number and I want a friends I I
hope that a change of climate mightbe KUIQUATS-Send your a
are cordially invited. box of blocks the build a church. box for Christmas by parcel post; "
beneficial. Interment will be in
Don't be in at the death of those Wrote Sunday.The 25c. per hundred. Phone 380, or come
the cemetery in Orlando, according to to :300 E. Concord avenue. 12-16-3t
Paris Model Hats-Be wise and make boy who wrote this will please
advices received by friends of the l I i
Phone 200
selection when assortment is at send his name to Santa Claus, Box '. 6 & 8 Pine Street.
your family in this city. Mr. Lane was .1'WANTED blacksmith capable of .
its best. An opportunity like'' this interested in many development propositions 432, Orlando. doing heavy machine smithing and I
not occur again. Boardman's scroll work. Apply office, South Flor-
may I
"Store of Satisfaction" captured the in Miami the last few years WEDNESDAY MENU II ida Foundry and Machine Works. i| CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.
he lived in this city, and made many 12-16-lw i l iI
bargain. It friends in the business world. Whenhe I Civic: Tea and Lunch Room I < .tttv& ++..'c'1el 6tllef'Oat I II.'IIII" "

The Orlando Sentinel, one of the Miami he All Hours I FOR SALE CHEAP-L C. Smith
first to was con
came 1..W+t'r t4 1 t. ,t t; .9 c* ( '+ H" Ci g
reatest and newsiest papers in south !nected with the dispatcher's office of i Soup: I gun, 12 gauge, 28-inch barrels; ingood

Floridagave its readers a handsome !|the F. E. C. railway company, later I Vegetable Oyster condition. A. N. Goodwin, at
tQverstreet Crate Co.'s office.
i I II
Christmas edition Sunday.-Ocala I'engaging in business for himself.i Chicken Salads Croquettes: 12-lG-tf i i i Christmas Suggestions !

Star. Miami Metropolis."Mrs. . I I II II
I Waldorf Potato and Celery
Al. Meis is the new manager of the LUTHER THE FLORIST
William Hocker, i
president Lettuce and Tomato j FOR MEN !
men's wear department, and advertising !
of Women'sClubs
Florida Sandwiches: I Cut Flowers
manager of the Yowell-Duck- ," was the line written beneaththe Cream Cheese Pimento Cheese I I

worth company's department store. picture of Mrs. Hocker in Sun- Ham I, ROSES, VIOLETS, Bath Robes Full Dress SetsCombination I
Mr. leis is already on the job, and :
'day's Tampa Tribune, and after men- Mince Pie Vanilla Cream I CARNATIONS, PANSIES, I House Coats
that he knows how is a foregone conclusion -i, Sets
the recent federation meetingin
i i tioning Coffe Tea Cocoa :Milk
otherwise he would not have i'I Orlando, and the prominent speakers POTTED PLANTS II I Collar Bags Tie Racks

an opportunity to try. I.I in attendance, the Tribune said: : The Tuttle Shop is located in a partof I Fancy Vest Traveling Cases

Now is the time when the clerks, '"The reports of officers and chairmen Berman's store, opposite San Juan I CHARCOAL

and in fact every one who works for j I:showed splendid progress during the hotel. ' 12-12-Gt COAL The,best line of Neckwear ever brought to Or- !

tie postoffice department have to i past year, important legislation, educational I WOODVeneer lando.
hustle their heads off to get the vast I work and seventeen clubs Eat what you want. .

amount of mail out of the way that added to the federation. It now num-I Take Eat all a you postscript want. and forget it. I Veneer Crates Special lot of Silk Hose at 25c per pair.

is being sent for the Christmas season bers seventy clubs with a membershipof I For sale by all druggists.11-30-d&w-lm I Seasoned Heart Pine Come and look our stock over.

3,500 women-a wonderful power Oak Wood

Mr. E. T. Jackson and wife, of I for good. Mrs. Hocker is beloved in Let us help make selection.
FOR SALE-A piano, in excellent All sizes and lengths you a
Pittsburg, Pa., arrived in Orlando |Tampa and throughout the state, and condition; will sell at a bargainApply .

last night ,For the present they are ;,is one of the most conservative as at 412 North Orange. 17-3t Orlando Wood Yard

with their cousin, Mrs. A. A. Car-i well as brilliant women of Florida, ; SCRUGGS & DICKSON
mack, 213 East Jackson street. Both i'and eminently fitted for the office WHITE CHAUFFEUR wants posi- B. W. KINGSLEY, Proprietor

1 ).(r. Jackson and Mr. Carmack are which she fills so gracefully. She is a will tion do at own once;repairing six years'; from experience New; Phone 344 104 W. Pine St. i; This store is the home ol hart Schalfner & Marx clothes0

members of the Yowell-Duckworth sister of Mr. John Hansbrough, city York. J. W. R., care Sentinel. Tnrpcnlin Chips Fence Posts

':ompany.L. I auditor of Tampa."-Ocala Star. 12-17-3t i "..."'1 H+W Q-c H tHttttHc....

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F1DERALS POSITION If, at the end of that time, the bankis FOR SALE-Anything in Florida MISCELLANEOUS \pt .IMIMMMM . inMIMIIillHMttl++
I IS IMPREGNABLE Real Estate. Orange County Realty I I
found to be solvent it will be turned
Company. 11-12-lm DRESSMAKING at 307 E. Pine St. :
back to the directors; if not a receiver 12-12-lm .

Ojinaga, Mexico, Dec. 15.-Only will be appointed. The Irish- FOR SALE-Five or ten acre tract EVERYTHING NEW for Xmas at : CHRISTMAS GOODSFor
\ Americans with special passes were is small institution witha one-half mile outside of city limits;
American a the Evans Parlors, No. 100 North I
permitted to cross into Mexico today, capital stock \>f $30,000. Its trouble "Owner cleared,fenced" this and office.improved. 12-10-2w Address Main.-Phone-125.; 126tfI real swell presents come to
because of the closing in of the rebel
is causing no embarrassment in LOST-A French :
poodle dog,
forces and the of an attack FOR SALE-New residence, 409 An- There has beena
prospect local commercial circles. Simultaneously derson street. Terms, half down, to the name of Chance. Reward if our store. never
OB General Mercado's four thousand returned to No. 9 E. Livingston Ave. :
with the failure of the Irish- balance
two years time. Inquire on
federal troops garrisoned here. With American to open, work started today premises afternoons, or E. H. Gore, 12-7-tf finer line of useful gifts on display -

the advance of the rebels will result on two skyscrapers in Augusta.J. Caruthers & Gore Sanitary Grocery, DON'T DELAY, but get your Xmas in store in Orange Co.
16 and 8 E. Pine St. 11-29-lm any
in an immediate battle or a prolonged I Photos now at the Evans Parlors, :
I one block north of court house. Phone I
is to
siege impossible
A. Glover, superintendent of the I '
125. 11-26-tf
Ojinaga, in the opinion of military Gulf in Tampa,I Five-room bungalow, with bath and ; -- : You Will Agree With Us
men, virtually impregnable. The sleeping porch. 506 Lexington St., LOST=Lads small oldwatch, :
fell 60 feet from the inside of the
: Concord Park. Lot 67x230 feet.
town, about which the federals have I I Violet engraved on case; lost between I After Seeing The Line
factory a few days ago and sustainedtwo 12.1.1mo. public school house and New :
built strong fortifications, is on top ofa broken legs and internal injuries.1 I Lucerne hotel. Reward if returned '
plateau, which rises abruptly fitly{ I FOR SALE to this office. 12.17.3t :
He was working on some machinery I House and grove at Fair Villa, 13
feet from surrounding ground. The in the top of the building and in some I acres, of which three acres are young LADY SOLICITORS in Orlando, to : McCULLOCH'SDEPARTMENT
river forms a half circle around it on budded grapefruit; borders lake; I
take orders for best
!way slipped off a scaffold he was flavoring extract !
tke east and north, while on the south, house of 8 rooms; good barn; attract- made; also fine line of toilet

rises a series of hills, all of which standing on. ive winter home. Apply at this office. articles. For particulars, address Box STORE

11-15-lm 381, Orlando, Fla. 12-16-6t
be commanded located
may by artillery -
on the plateau. If you want the news right up to FOR SALE FINE- - SPORT- -FISHING--- -at Oakland- ,

There are three points from which the minute, subscribe for the Daily 43 acres, located three miles north Fla. Motor boats and fish boats
Morning Sentinel. It gives all the I'west of Orlando, on S. A. L. R. R., at for rent by Paul Rhodey. Phone orders I I11111..J.IOO.t.
; ai attack might be delivered. Two Next Door to Evan's Jewelry Store
,Fairvilla Station, on Lake Fairview; to A J. Willis & Co.'s store. :
of these are difficult to maneuver i local news and important telegraphic lake front near station; young grape 11-20-lm. I

cavalry across and they would be use- news of the world. fruit and orange grove; land about -- I i' .. lloe.I.'III' ,'ll.e'I'Clalllllll'I'.II .
: half citrus fruit and half vegetable; Artistic photographs for Xmas at
leas, as the rebels will rely mainly on
8-room house, barn; ideal winter the Evans Parlors, No. 100 N. Main.
cavalry for the offense. The natural Take your repairing to Warman on home, right near Country Club. Ad- Phone 25. 11-15-tf IIIIIII.'IIII'IIIIQtttt"Kill

opining for an attack would be along Court street. 12-5-tf dress W. T. Chapman, owner, R. F. D.
tke river bank to the southeast. No. 2, Orlando. ll-27-lm-d&w WANTED-Position as dairyman;

The of the ultimate __u _. several years' experience; by mar- the Chill" i
importance re- Order grapefruit and orange trees ried man. Call on or address L. II.
[ sult here lies in the fact that should now. W. II. Brokaw, salesman. FOR RENT Jarrett 205; West Pine St 11-29-tf!

tie federals win they then would be,122tfA. I +
FOR RENT-Furnished seven-room'WANTED man of experience desires -
f ii a position to attempt to recapture house. Call at Sentinel. 12-14-tf 1 I position as bookkeeper or office All indications point toward a cold win- %

It Juarez, opposite El Paso, Texas. If I D. Galbraith, D. V. 3.,.the veterinary work of any kind; can operate the
the rebels win General Mercado's surgeon, located at T. J. typewriter. Address, -, care of ter this year and the best way to be comfortable
i forces either would have to surrender Mathers' livery stable. Phone 14. Sentinel. 14-3t on cold mornings and eveningsor

or cross into the United States. 1113tf. WANTED-A driving and work
r. FOR RENT-Furnished rooms, with horse, one that lady can handle
pre during the day in office is to have
your a
J all conveniences. Apply 412 North ferred; must be worth the money in
WILL GIVE YOU A DOLLAR ,Orange avenue. 12-14-3t every respect. Address or inquire
}\ HALTED BY CONGRESS Back if one bottle Davis' Hair Remedy I Formosa postoffice. W. II. Graeser.
I FOR PENT-Seven room house, fur REZNOR GAS HEATERThey
t doesn't cure dandruff or any nished. Apply 502 South Lake St. 12-14-3t

l Washington, Dec. 15.-Florida waterway scalp disease. Estes Pharmacy sells 12-4-tf 1 WANTED-By gentleman of good

and harbor improvements, will it. 12-9-tf FOR RENT-Furnished room, with character, to form the acquaintanceof are cheap to buy and very economical j j
further financial aid until late I nice,
get no a respectable lady, betweenthe
electric lights, bath 4 blocks from II
n the fall of 1914. Underwood, I postoffice; yard room ;for auto. 7 W. ages if suited.of 25 and Address 35; object F. R., matrimony 3 to 6 cents an hour, according to the i; j

t Mann and Murdock, house leaders, in PEOPLE'S ANTS Robinson avenue, city. 12.14.3t Sentinel. care

conference today, agreed to limit this FOR RENT=Nw5 ,I 12-14-6t--- size-and are the cleanest and most con- ; ;
-room bungalow
year's appropriations to $128,000,000. close in $25. Call at of ARTISTIC Photography for Xmas %
; corner
now. The Evans Parlors, one block venient heating made. No wood, ashes or
t To do this it was necessary to MUNNIMAKERS Amelia and Trenton streets. :
I II north of Court house. Phone 125.;
t abandon all river and harbor bills. Notices of Lost, Wanted. For Sale, For FOR RENT-Rooms, with or without! 11-26-tf oil to carry just turn the valve and strike I
| Public building bills were likewise Rent etc., for this column "3c for one day I board furnished
newly large
; ; veranda
50c for three days or $1.00 for one neck for I
l cat out. 25 words or less. Money must accompany: ; all conveniences; nothing better PAY exorbitant rent or board? a match. !
i Congress wil ladjourn early in the[the advertisements far this column as no for the money in Florida. 205 Why not buy a little home? Buy
I insertions will be made on credit 'I Magnolia avenue. it of the owner and save the agent's
summer and it will be late in the fall - 12-17-6t-- 1 I commission. Address B., Box 178. -
; before the bills which were'cut out I FOR SALE FOR RENT-Furnished houeten': 1130lm.

f I can be gotten to again. ,I I|] rooms located and; suitable sleeping for porch either; centrally one or- WANTED-To exchange a vacant lot
C m
This means that improvements nowgoing FOR SALE-A good horse. Gus C.I two families.,Address F. G. Rush, on Concord avenue, Orlando, for a I
on in Florida will have to be,l Schultz, Formosa, Fla._ 12 2-im City. ll-2G-tf five-passenger car, Ford or Overland i
,I I preferred, 1913 or 1914 model; must
discontinued after the present
appropriation -:FOR SALE-Anything in Florida ROOM in private home for rent 40 be in A-No. 1 condition. J. 0. Evans,
is spent. i Real Estate. Orange County 11-12-lm Realty II acre farm for sale, 2 1-2 miles ;out; Maitland, Fla. 11-30-tf Gas Department

The trans-Florida canal project will 1 Company. house and two lots for sale. See Dr. HOUSECLEANING-Any kind of of-

be handed a setback. It was hopedto 1 FOR SALE-House and lot; also lots Weller at :311 North Orange avenue. fice or housecleaning wanted by the t14+14444++HJ'+44444+G4+.cx49.+44444+H+Hf.Hltt.4444iW4D4

get this bill through and get the on Broadway, Amelia avenue and ,12-11-hv day, by young, energetic married woman -
of $732,000 that, Summerlin street. Mrs. Norman Robinson (white). Inquire Sentinel office.
appropriation so 301 Concord avenue. 11-27-lm 1'1 FOR RENT-New furnished rooms-in 12-15-6t ++. 44+44K4+44444+4tr";tOIII Glel"IIIOII"III
work could be started at once. ,
.- new modern home
; every corciiI'ier.ce -
It probably will be late next winter, FOR SALE-A large bungalow and' ; kitchenette if desired; reason- PEOPLE'S PAINTERI II I The Gem The Antiseptic

now before this work can be started., i lot on North Orange avenue. Price,able. 14 E. Amelia avenue, next door can save you money on your
reasonable. Address or call on Rolla 1 to 1 the Wyoming. 12.13.1wI I painting, papering and sign writing. Barber Shop
Reel at the Steam Laundry. 11-19-tf I Try m eand prove it. Work guaran- ;
rooms in
FOR SALE-Or will exchange for new modern home teed. Frank Hayworth, decorator, EVERYTHING NEW AND CLEAN 4
I opposed, 25-I ; every com'en.iE.nce I 206 E. South St., Orlando. 12-lG-6t
real estate, 2-cylinder kitchenette if desired
; reason- EQUIPMENT
Augusta, Ga., Dec. 15.-The Irish
with lamps, new
horse auto, top able. 14 E. Amelia
I avenue, next doorto I
American bank did not open its doorsthis gears, and 4 good tires; engine would the Wyoming. 12-1-tf WANTED position as cook and Congress hydraulic enameled chairs, keen-edged. implements, chi ,
make fine boat motor if desired. Ad- I general housework, if desired, by a trie massage and hair drjer.
morning. Bank Examiner North t dress Motor, care Sentinel. d&w-lt FOR RENT-Large, well furnishedroom I capable, reliable, pleasant Northern EXPERT WORKMEN
of the state of Georgia, is in charge to persons wishing suburban I woman; best references. Have quiet Shoc-shinins: stand for Full line of tobarcos.<
and is investigating the condition. FOR SALE New, inexpensive, modern accommodations; also 2 acres good boy of 10 who will attend school. Address ladies and gentlemen. cigars, and ciganttes ;
house five rooms, truck land, close in. Good Mrs.
I two-story ; I opportunity Jeanette Maitland, Alta-
Under the law he has in
sixty days
bath and sleeping porch. Apply 207 for right person. Address "A," monte Hotel, Altamonte Springs, Fla. 122 NORTH ORANGE
which to complete his examination. America street. 11-19-lm! I,Sentinel. .9-8tf 12-1 Mt '
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We want to thank our friends for their liberal patronage

during our great Stock Reducing Sale and assure all that .

your patronage has been thoroughly appreciated.

It has been our purpose to serve the people of ORANGE

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

goods at the lowest prices consistent for good merchandise.

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

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

satisfactorily than in the past.

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

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

appreciation of your past dealings with us by giving you genuine -

_ bargains on every item in our store.





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Breakfast 7:30: to 9 a. m.

Dinner 11:30: to 2 p. m.

Supper 5:30: to 7:30: p. m.

Model 43 Chassis: Five-passenger touring car. Wheel base is 116 inches; double drop frame.
Motor 41.4x51.4; four cylinders, cast in pairs; unit power plant; cone clutch; selective type transmis- We
sion; German silver "V" shaped radiator, square tu..; type; Stromberg carburetor; full floating rear are prepared to give you
axle. New Departure bearings; tires, 35 x 41-2; Improved Delco electric starting, lighting and ignition
system. Gasoline capacity, 21 tank carried at rear, pressure feed; Standard demountable rims; .
10 inch upholstering; nickel trimmings; body, steel; colors: blue or gray, black running gear. Prices clean and quick service.IIIILI .
fully equipped: Touring car, $1,875 delivered. Other models $1,150 to $3,000. f

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OLD FRIEND SCORES LIQUOR protection of the federal government, the sixth was sent to the work house r -- --
\and the time has now come when the for three months. Four others asked
friends of temperance, fortified, for and received the same sentence ..UIIIIIIIIIUIJ
Farmer Governor Patterson Tells I ,.. .. ...
strengthened and marshaled all over Ij j Frank H. Pierce, a Boonton, N. J., '
Why lie Quit Drink ''the Union, demand that this intoler-i lawyer, whose coat was stolen in a in
Washington, Dec 15.-Malcolm R. able condition shall cease. I Manhattan restaurant, received the ' ," " ," ., ."!!u.. I'Oi t..IU"I..tllIllI."lllllllllllllllltlllll".+* O
Patterson, former governor of Tennessee -I "Civilization and Christianity now papers in the pockets by mail. Thief
who has become an advocateof demand another constitutional amend-i said he needed the coat. .11,1 . ... "
nation-wide prohibition, spoke this ment to be presented to the states for I Because of the open winter, a furrier -
morning in the interest of amendingthe their ratification or rejection, that the I sent out word that he had reduced -
constitution of the United Statesto voice and sovereignty of the people: the price of a Russian sable t
prohibit the manufacture and sale as the first and ultimate source of;coat from $37,000 to $32,000. Orlando"Water
W liquor in the Union. I power, may be exercised in a decisive Policeman who arrested man, rewarded -
*We know," said the ex-governor, and supreme test to determine whether with a kiss for having kept
"that the use of liquor fills no human I or not the manufacture and sale of ''a' woman from falling in the street,
fruit, that the habit of indulgence is intoxicating drinks shall exist. 'I was not pleased when Magistrate & Light Co. i
always acquired, that abstinence I Breen declined to hold the couple. :
alone is the guarantee of safety and BY WIRELESSDr. I Herman Voelter, a dairyman, emp-
that the destruction of liquor itselfii tied forty quarts of milk over Daniel ElectricityGas
the only guarantee of abstinence. J. II. Ingram, now in China, Fisk,. of Croton, N. Y., when Fisk t
"The manufacture and sale of i yearned so for New Jersey milk that caught fire. Saved. .
liquor," he continued, "is now forbidden five cows have been sent to him at a Edward Gibson, of Yonkers, received - Water Ice
in nine states of the Union, either cost of $2,000. a pocketbook with $200 he had
Iqr general legislation or constitutional Dogs chasing a mouse ran into Mrs. left in a Niagara Falls hotel. He
amendment of the organic law, and H.V. Berryman, of Green Lane thought it had been stolen by robbers '
i* others it will be forbidden as soon Farms, N. J., and threw her down.A who held him up. Office---No. 18 West Central Avenue .
u the people have opportunity to lamp was exploded and she was Charles Maher, sent to the penitentiary I
vote on the question and have their I frightfully burned. for three months from Yonkers, Telephone No. 6 1o
wffl recorded in proper form. The I: Everybody laughed when Annie declared he would not speak \intil his
contests in the towns, cities and Nolan, fifty years old, arraigned in:term was up.-N. Y. American. I
states have largely diminished the Brooklyn court, gave her residence as
evils, but they have sometimes failed the Waldorf-Astoria. She is a scrub- ' " " " " " " " ' " ... \
it full results owing to the ease with woman and really lives there. WOOD, COAL AND ICE II "III"IIII'I'II"IIII'IIIII"I"'II'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIO11'111".I' O\

which liquor is received into dry territory After five homeless men had been Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand's'
from other states under the discharged in Essex :Market court, Coal Yard, phone 666. 9-31-tf

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An elegant residence on plot 7)x123 facing Lake Eola with orAnother Rare Bargain

ange, grapefruit and tangerine trees The house contains io rooms
kitchen and A Residence on plot 10x 150, recently built of the very best material and
garage and summer kitchen. The
best inside finish, with all modern conveniences, ON THE LAKE
house is in first class condition and can be bought with or without -
.. ; 12 rooms, 2 bath rooms included, and a fine garage; with or
furniture but must be seen to be appreciated.Vide commodious
without furniture and auto. We recommend this property, even for a
; ;; ; verandas, partly screened. speculative proposition, and a very rare bargain for a home. THE LOTS


I PROPERTY. Call at our office soon to secure this opportunity, and
Nine room-house with fivelarge closets and large pantry, kitchen will gladly show you the property. we

; ; ; 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

$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 inspected and titles approved by the purchaser.

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

Four lots 6oxiOon) East Central Avenue, facing Lake Eola. in good roads, and one and one quarter miles from railone

of Orlando's best locations. road station.


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CIVIC LEAGUE I ptlI I I I II "' I { i 1 Ii' {' I i'li I I I { -
'I, BOARD II -JIIIIol+{ll IIIIW E lllii I ,' ;' ,{d Illi i ,?bIII IA.qMI nwu .nmdl,, I I P tl '11 'I' lu!I'! !NI; BII'lid'i'1N I { ; di''Ilq ; lli ll 7 {I ,",;'Pp'I' II. I

I A well attended meeting of the executive 1 = -: t,
I board of the Civic League was
t : held in the Tea and Rest Room yesterday ;,
: morning, the vice-president, y- ;
: Mrs. J. D. Rush, being in the chair.
j After the reading of several com-
: munications, reports from the com- /1'

: mittees were heard. m.vSooiocy \\.1'
,', committee .
: The ways and means of
: which Mrs. Woodruff is chairman,
I.. : gave an excellent account of their ; Promotion (Js } rll GivingMrs.
I work since last April, and reported
: that almost two hundred dollars had
I I. : been earned for the league during ( ."V/oodrovy Wilson ami otlvor prominent
I this time. The report from the Tea
STATH : Room committee, Mrs. Warlow, chair- i- people have joined, ]lava you V '

H BANK : man, was also most gratifying. As
: the month since the opening of the = >
I Tea and Rest Room will not come to
: a close until December, it was not '

of Orlando : possible for the committee to give a =- : 't I !1!'rVlWf-/- .\ VIflank f ( / r."i (ll i" -t', :J N1 ? :
: full report, but so far the work has =- !!'
I been very satisfactory, and much
1893 : praise was given Mrs. Lucy Ross Cor- ;=- -- : \J AoooicniCin'isinviW; r( .

: nish for the able manner in which -==== I ,:....
: she discharges her duties as matron. I \ ChsokCoviiikate \ J t11i -'

LONG ESTABLISHEDSAFE : Mention was made of the rosebushes = k -

I recently placed on the gov- ii ( \ ; of I DoposiiSavings I ,: '
: ernment lot. Mrs. C. G. Wescott, who ts .l 1) x101. .,
CONSERVATIVE : has the chairmanship of the park flankCo 0,
( ;
i : committee, has devoted much time to

ACCOMMODATINGfrlMMMMMIM I devising plans for the improvement FI: '1 1 { hi Gasoo =
p. : of this ground, which under her skill iWonay:; ; t "=

I : ful oversight is fast becoming a beau ;
: tiful garden.

, : The meeting was then adjourned. "

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: The members of the executive committee -
I of the Florida Equal Suffrage "It as a pleasure 'to serve yon."
< : Association were the guests of Rev. -= .
: Mary Safford at a particularly pretty --
: and delightful luncheon at the Tea
. . . . .. t..I..ttlll... and Rest Room yesterday.

Covers laid for at
were eight a
YESTERDAYS ARRIVALSAT NEIL O'BRIEN AND daintily appointed table, and a delicious - ,1 Ighi I, ,i' 1 i':';:', II',::?; !; ):' ""i,dl!!'III,, :,:111,'::'Ill'h'!!! :::'"C' :III"''': I i :' ''II"9;:,: : .::{ " ", ,', ". .' "'iPtl''!-''',' :I 4d I'
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menu of soup, oyster patties, !,:, ,' :, "i'

P, W. Zacherias, Jacksonville; Neil O'Brien, for many years one stuffed tomatoes, peas, potatoes, salad -- .
Thos. E. Wilson, Sanford; C. J. Harris of America's best known minstrel olives, ice cream, cake and coffee yWMtt44**+*+*444Mw4*+t44ttWiittitst
served. Mrs. Cornish who had =t! : m t'w
Gainesville New 444444-64444 *
; F. A. Florence, comedians, and who achieved remarkable .
Orleans; Rev. 0. :M. Poche, Tampa; success last season as a star and the entire preparation of the meal
C. 0. McLaughlin, Sanford; H. II. producer, appeared at the Baird thea- again demonstrated her art in devising
Perry, Camilla; C. W. Carlin, Jupiter; ter Monday night with his Great I tempting dishes, and the Tampa YOWELL'S II
:II. Hopson, Sanford; F. T. Loest, American Minstrels, and it may be delegates were so delighted with the .1
I Tea Room and its service that they
Jacksonville; A. S. Tarr, Baltimore; said with impunity that the how I
L. N. Johnson, Tampa; W. H. Montgomery lives up to the name. intend to use it as a model for the ;
Geneva F. A. The one now being established in their I
; Hollinjrsworth continued downpour prevented
and wife, Jacksonville; JoelmanMartin the customary street parade in the home city. fil"
Atlanta; J. B. Anderson, Pitts- afternoon, but the elements did not i 1 Miss Safford's guests were Mrs. tu flj1t
burg; J. C. Layfield, Alton, III; E. W. dampen the ardor of the hundreds Huber, Miss Askew, Mrs. Stanley, n % ti
Duffy, New York; L S. Scroble, Jack- who filled the seats in the theater in. Mrs. Patterson, Mrs. Victor Starbuck I
sonville W. C. Ela and wife the and Mrs. Schnarr.
; Indianapolis evening, and who for nearly i
; Miss Maggie Ross, Indianap three hours were highly entertainedby 1
', olis; S. A. Roth, Hagentown, :Md.; W. the two score or more performers. DOWNPOUR GREETED ARRIVAL
E. Johnson, Jacksonville; W. W. Ab- Mr. O'Brien has surrounded him OF MENDELSSOHNS: IN DELAND u
ercrombie, Daytona; Geo. A. De- self with some of the brightest and .Jb TO'T O Jb *
Cottes, Sanford; W. B. Hoyt, NewYork most capable stars in the minstrel The members of the Mendelssohn III n
; ; S. L Curts, Atlanta; J. R. Dey, world. The settings are elegant, the Club and their director, Mr. ForrestDabney
Ocala; II. T. Howard, Jacksonville; music as good as the best, the singers Carr, returned yesterday
Mrs. !I. E. Gleason, Detroit; T. EKing extraordinarily able, the come- from DeLand, where they appeared I a
Jacksonville; F. R. McConnell, dians as funny as anticipated n in concert on Monday evening at the
Jacksonville; C. E. Mclver, Jackson- fact, the entire show is all right in I large auditorium of Stetson Univer
.. ville; A. Fitch, Jacksonville; C. W. every way. May it return next sea I" sity. "The Death of Minnehaha," 1' An elegant line of Christ
Tyler, Jacksonville D. H. Thorin by the choral, with firs Palmer
; ,II son, and the next, and as long as it sung
Jacksonville; C. B. Murphy, Jacksonville maintains its present efficiency.- and Mr. Carr as soloists, "Crossinrthe I .
.' ; Wm. K. Sparks, Detroit; W. 1'.1 I Gainesville Sun. Bar," and the "Sanctus" from mas suggestions These/ novelties
Gaillard, Tampa; Col. S. Winchester, Cecilia's Mass, by Mr. Curry and St.j 1 .
Tampa; L. S. Smith, Lake Alfred; V. THE FAVORITE THEATER rus, and an arrangement of Tenn .

V. Sharpe, Tampa; 0. E. Wolfe,Lakeland Saturday, Dec. 20th-One Day Only son's "Maud" by Mr. Carr, were given I are going fast
; W. P. Wilkinson, New York;; "Tigris"In to a small but appreciatvie audi I
W. E. Tylander, Ft. Pierce; R. J. Ar ( Four Parts) ence. A heavy downpour of rain ;
thur, Columbus, Ga.; Dell Tucker, Sherlock Holmes outdone. Nothing 1 ly in the evening kept many from ear-I
Jacksonville; A. 0. Martin, Jackson tending the excellent
just "Tigris" has ever been seen
before. Very startling changes fol
low each other in THE BLUE BIRD CLUB"
rapid succession to in this
:,- MISS SAFFORD CATHEDRAL TO LECTUREAT SCHOOL the very l st. Nearly 2,000 people I BY JUNIOR CIVIC LEAGUE Everything mam-j
actually in the film.
appear Over 100
Miss Safford has been requested to breath-catching scenes in "Tigris." The Junior Civic League will give I moth stock reduced'
discuss Equal Suffrage with the A host of surprises. See the underground a play, "The Blue Bird Club," at the
young ladies of the literary class of den; see a trip through the Orlando opera house the evening of '
the Cathedral school this evening sewers; see Roland's escape from December 20. The entertainment is I' '

Miss Safford is a gifted speaker with death. The enchanted ball room; the to be given for the benefit of thE'I I _._
much personal magnetism, and has fight for life in the dark; the motorcar poor, and a large attendance is
been invited to address the civic episode; the strangest duel ever pected. The Juniors deserve it. eX-I
clubs in Jacksonville and Tampa. fought. A dozen not fail to encourage them.
thrills crowded
I are I
into every one of four great parts. Fe ,LJ
Reserved seats are now on sale at I'I Don't miss it. One night only, Saturday WOOD EFFICIENCY I I IN.! YGQyygl
.. Curtis & O'Neal's for the Junior December 20. Price for this
League play, "Christmas With the I I show only 5 and 10 cents. The value of the wood you buy depends :
Blue Bird Club." Fifty cents. 1 +*+**W+**4+** l
i Matinee 2 to 5. Night 6:30 to 10 I upon its efficiency as a heat .. JI e I' f HtG e"H' 0 I J } t II e K4-8 tmi"H-fr *frHtm i itfrH"jTCTrjVi

producer. I _ n T '-
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the wood we offer you is the most efficient (f1
heat producer ever placed on
the market.All .
we ask of you is to investigate.

Phone 375LUCERNE We will be pen


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I --At'-THE PSOPKIETORS LUCERNE- 1 1 Accommodating Clerks to wait on you.

'f Edward Lawrence, Milton & Del-

mar company, December 16, playing V Everything guaranteed. '
five nights in tabloids and vaudeville. I
Three Reels of Pictures
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"The Veteran," a 2-reel drama by Come and
the famous Broncho company. see.
"One Round O'Brien Comes East"

(Apollo). Comedy. .
:Music by Lucerne orchestra.

Afternoon show, 2 to 4:30; 5 centsto JeweierT
it all. ALLEN & CO

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