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 18, 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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South Florida sentinel
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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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I The fair grounds are sought by !I St. Petersburg, Fla., Dec. 17.-A

TEM DYING WITH THE J J. E. WRAP TO ORLANDOTO many every morning, and is provingto bitter fight between followers of the PROBED BY OFFICIALS[ MINUTES Sl'ECH

be methods of ON JILL
YEAR 1913 a popular place of resort for older schools and treating

f visitors who have the time to seek disease, as recognized by the state

such recreation and entertainment. laws, and the followers of the later
Every day between the hours of 8 schools and methods, which have not

LONG SESSION IS LIKELYALL CHURCH OF ORLANDO and 12 the horses' are given their been recognized by the state, has ;: UNDER PANAMA COMMISSARY \WILL TAKE VOTE FRIDAY

FOR ANOTHER YEAR daily exercise on the track, and thisis been opened in St. Petersburg as apart I MANAGER

an interesting diversion. There are of a state wide campaign to i

TITTERS THAT CAN BE i Tallahassee, Dec. 17.-After selecting now nineteen thoroughbred race eradicate everything in the treatmentof I Washnigton, Dec. 17.-Charges of EXPECTED MEASURE: WILL Bl:

DISPOSED OF WILL BE ''I Arcadia as the next place of ,horses at the fair ground, and their disease not recognized by state' irregularities in dealings between PLACED BEFORE PRESIDENT{

GIVEN OFFICIAL I meeting, passing a memorial favoring trainers are busy keeping them in laws. It is generally stated that the John Burke, commissary manager for TO SIGN NOT LATER THAN

ithe i division of the conference into a 'trim for the .winter races. movement is directed especially at the Panama canal work, and contractors, NEXT THURSDAY
I northern and southern division and j There are numerous seats along the practitioners of chiropractic treat-i who have been furnishing supplies,

.announcing the appointments for next j track side, and besides the attraction ment and is so considered by the chiropractors -j!are being investigated by the govern Special to the SentinelWashington
of the city council
:'year the annual conference of the j of the race track there are base- themselves, who have en- ment. Dec. 17.-The end 'J:
will be the last regular session of
Florida Methodist church adjourned 'ball and tennis grounds, where players tered into a heated defense of their So far no loss to the government the debate on the currency bill and
that though it is certain that
body, yesterday shortly after noon. | are frequently engaged.The business. Information has been filed has been discovered and the amountof the final vote in the senate will court
there will be called session to finally '
a j Rev. Dr. J. E. Wray was returnedto grounds are being much im- and complaint made with the state money involved has not been de- this week, and it is expected that the'
conclude the administration of thecity's I' I
Orlando, and Rev J. Edgar Wilson proved by Superintendent Hugh! C. prosecuting attorney, who has re- termined.. president will be able to sign thi
affairs under the aldermanic
: was appointed editor of the Flor- I Allen, who has set out a large number ferred the matter to the county pros Broadly, the war department is investigating measure not later than Thursday oL

system. I I j ida Christian Advocate. The appoint- '|[ of foliage and flowering plants. ecuting attorney. The physicians, to determine whether next week.It .
This the last regular sessionit
being :ments for the Miami district follow: j|i which are just now showing forth who use medicine in the treatment, Burke[ has received commissions from was agreed in the senate toda:
is expected to be an unusually ;
J. D. Sibert, presiding elder; Det- i I I their colors. Everybody is welcome with such branches of drugless heal- contractors. that the bill should come to final \'ott'
As much matter as can
busy one. ray, R. M. Williams; Dania, J. S.j jto i the grounds, and it is well worth ers as have been recognized by the Burke is somewhere in the United Friday. This may run the discassi"
be disposed of will be given official
BMrooke; Fort Lauderdale, II. I. Da- ,;, the time to make a visit there. state, say they will make things so States on a sixty days leave of ab- into the early part of the calenda
action and sent on its for the
way : vis; Fort Pierce, W. C. Norton; 'I hot for the chiropractors the latter sence from his post on the isthmus day of Saturday, but that is not art
special session will be held, very 'i
Homestead, II. B. Boyd; Key West, I will be glad to quit the business. and is still on the government pay ticipated
the end of the month and PRESIDENT OF
likely, near N. G. & '
First church; W. II. Funk, Fleming The chiropractors are defiant and roll. Beginning tomorrow morning 1.-
will be devoted to only such matterS'as I
Street, II. Rice, Memorial. T. Morgan dare the opposition to push the fijrht. At the canal commission's offices senator will be allowed to speak mo,
become imperative for action by ,
the outgoing administration.A L. A. Trinadad, D. Barios; In- ST. L. PASSES AWAYLOCAL \ They fay they will\ stay to the fin- it was stated that as the investigation than fIfteen' minutes on any araenu

dian River Mission, to be supplied; ish. A leading chiropractor stated into the charges against Burke ment, or on the bill itself, and r< '
matter which will be reservedfor
Kissimmee, J. D. Sibert; Lemon City I this morning that none of his profes-I is still in progress to disclose the more than once. The bill will be i<
the last meeting of council is the
and Fulford, W. A. Weir; Miami, II. REPRESINTATI\E GETS; sion feared the proceedings since they. government's purposes at this stage I I conference not more than two day-
report of the expert accountant, who
G. Davis Miami Mission L. did medicine. While the! defeat its
; City I TELEGRAM ANNOUNCING THE not practice might object. Representative Underwo.
has been engaged on the city books I
Oser; Orlando, J. E. Wray; Sebastian, tate; does not require licenses and; It is admitted officially, however. said this afternoon that there will i i,
and accounts for several days. )Ir. I DEATH OF JNO THOMAS
T. F. Roland; Stuart and Jensen, W.M. I examinations for the profession now for the last six months the inquiry I no trouble about the conference r.
J. D. Mitchill, the auditor employedby I -
C. Eads; Titusville and Cocoa, D. the leading chiropractors of the city has been in progress, based upon I port, and it is confidently predict
the finance committee to do this I A telegram was received in Orlando
A. Cole; West Palm Beach, W. P. avow themselves in favor of such a charges preferred by Charles R. Walker -. that the bill will become a law 1,
work, will probably report' progressat j yesterday morning by John A. Abberger -
Buhrman; Conference evangelist, W. requirement and say that they are a former subordinate of Burke's fore Chri!'tmas.
tonight's session, but the audit [ commercial agent of the N. C. ,
F. Allen; Student Vanderbilt University willing to take such a test. ;n the commissary department a-'
can not be brought up to the last & St. L. railroad, announcing the
K. Ilolliston.ROMANTIC eginp that his superior officer was
minute until the affairs of the admin- ![death at Nashville of John W. Thomas I, GOVERNMENT OWNERSHIP
demanding and receiving large com-
istration are closed. j!. president of that road. Mr. Thomas BRYAN\ ANTS EMBASSY missions.

The commission form of government fRENCHMAN ;i. had been ill three weeks of pleural BILL BEING PREPARED

becomes effective in Orlando i pneumonia, and died at two o'clock
Thursday, January 1. Under the \ : yesterday morning. i
aldermanic system it has been customary | !II Mr. Thomas was born at :\ll1r rees-
for the old council to hold boro, Tenn., August 24, 183G.: At an POSTMASTER: GENERAL BURL}
WHICH URGES: CONGRESS TO APPROPRIATE condemnation trial of the city *
over until the first regular meetingin LOVE STORY READS early age he moved to Nashville. SON IS WORKING ON DRAFTOF
( of Orlando against Dr. P. Phillips, in
January, but under the new regime J LIKE NOVEL ENACTED j In 1878, at the age of 22 years, he LARGE SUM FOR MEASURE
which the city seeks to condemn
the system changes with the and of! IN REAL LIFE : secured his first important railroad THAT PURPOSE -
38:3-4 inches of the front of the building t
the present year, and the new administration !j i position, although previous to that Sperwl to the SentinelWashington
at the corner of Pine street and ,
begins with the new .ear,1} time he had been in the railroad Dec. .-Postoa.-t
Athens, Ga., Dec. 17.-1. A. d'ler-1. service. Washington, Dec. 17.-Secretary
Orange avenue, was called in circuit .
This will give the council chance to' cier, sole surviving partner of a'great ;i He served in a Nashville, Chattanooga Bryan asked the house foreign affairs General Burleson is working on ti!"
court yesterday afternoon, and the
hold its last meeting on the last mercantile house of New Orleans, itj[i & St. Louis machine shop, committee today to include in entire afternoon in first draft of a bill for the gover,
was spent securing
night of the year, and turn every- is said, rated himself as a millionaire i i then advancing to agent dispatcher. the pending diplomatic and consular The in ment to take over the telephone i'Y'
a jury. building question
thing over to the commissioners on i' assistant terns of the country as an adjunct t.
by the commercial agencies, is to purchasing agent, general appropriation bill $150,000 each for

the tick of the clock. i 1 marry "Babe" Stevens, a pretty vaudeville 'i i:;manager, finally succeeding his father embassy buildings in Mexico City and is occupied by Scruggs & Dickson the postal service.It .
I who have a store in the lower floor
Maybe it will be a watchnight par-'' girl who has concluded a as general manager in 1899.! Tokio and $140,000 for Berne. [ ; ; is contemplated that the takeover
and by Starbuck & Starbuck attorneys
ty at the city building that night.;;week's engagement with the "Daffydil -I I On March 1, 1906, shortly after the He was asked if he did! not thinkit who have offices overhead. Thecity' of the telephone system is! bu:

Some time ago it was suggested in Girls," playing at a movie show I death of his father, he was elected would be advisable under the present is Mr. B. the first step to the establishment o:
represented by LeRoy
the Sentinel that the occasion be here. I II I president of the road. Mr. Thomas Mexican situation to over the a telegraph system which will con!

made one of appropriate celebration,| The romance began seven years :I I was an authority on railroad appliances Mexico City building for pass the present buck Giles,&city Starbuck solicitor.and Dr.Messrs.Phillips Star-are pete with the other systems just a ,

and several expressions favorable to ago when "Babe" Stevens, a IG-year- and was considered a mechanical but he replied that he had confidence Mr. Carl B. Robinson the parcel post is now competing with
represented by
the idea were received, but no plans old girl member of one of the old I genius.. One of his most impor- Ilexico's future and that there ; the express companies.The .
Mr. T. H. Evans, original lessee, and]
have been made to that end. The families of New Orleans-not named tant inventions was a pneumatic was no reason why the United States estimated cost of taking ovi
& Dickson sub-lessees
idea may yet be carried into effect, Stevens-ran away and married. The "! switch and signal system. should hesitate about buying embassy Scruggs are the telephone systems is nine hundred .
John M.
representd by Judge Cheney
however, with th emetamorphosis of affair was unhappy and the beautiful I He was an active member of the property there. million dollars. The officia'
It is claimed that the front of the
Orlando from aldermanic to commission 'girl, whose parents were dead, went General Managers 'association of the Mr. Bryan emphasized that the store the established I. draft of the bill is not expected toy,
projects over
government celebrated in due and I on the stage, playing first at New Or- j II'Southeast and was a member of theassociation's 1 government should provide embassiesso line the distance stated, somethingmore completed before the Christmas hoi'!

solemn form.OSCEOLACOUNTY. days.
i leans. committee on mainte-
I that poor men would not hesitate than three feet. There is much

I There the millionaire merchant fell I nances and appliances.Mr. : to accept the diplomatic posts.
interest in the
SECURES I jj in love with her and would have mar Thomas is survived by his wife, "We should not force this govern- case. EXPLOSION OIL TANK

SPACE FOR EXHIBIT AT FAIR : ,ried her but for the legal inhibition. I formerly Miss Dallis Duncan of Nashville ment to choose its diplomats from STATE AND COUNTY TAXES CAUSES IMMENSE LOS

| ]DMcrcier went to Europe and pent '! ; three daughters, Mrs. Eliza- rich men only," he said. "There ale BEING PAID PROMPTLYTax
Special to the Sratinri.
II. Edmund Swabey was in Orlando i months trying to forget. Returning, beth Thomas Kirkpatrick, Mrs. Martha -
not enough men
among money Collector W. E. Martin is Oakland, CaL, Dec. 17.Scores 0
yesterday, and made arrangementsfor j in October to New Orleans he found'! Thomas Riddle and Miss Ellen
: makers fitted for the best diplomatic
rather at a loss to know why it is lives were endangered this aftemou
space to be occupied by the exhibits :;a letter telling him of the divorce de- !|I Thomas, all of this city, and one son, service and we should not allow rich that he has collected more taxes this when a huge oil tank containing tc<

of Osceola county at the midwinter ;i cree which freed her. D'Mercier went'to '''John! W. Thomas, of Philadelphia.
;! year than he had at this time last. thousand gallons of petroleum becan:
fair to be held in Orlando : the South Carolina town where the I' expease
year when he was collecting for all I ignited from a spark thrown by a'
February 17-21. In addition to a' letter !JO RAEHX GETS CONTRACT
was mailed and found the com- :
who succeeded them in effort to
an the territory included in Orange and auto truck and exploded with a roa
40x40 space in the county building Thence he traced his 1 TO DRILL KISSIMMEE WELL "
pany gone. ,keep the
up pace. Seminole counties, whereas this year I which shook the country for mile-
Mr. Swabey engaged space in the rotunda sweetheart to Athens. Here he met I i
Ii he is for The tank was the of th
I collecting Orange county property
of the main building for a general -: her and proposed, it is said, and has I Jos. Raehn, of Orlando, has secured -i I
alone. The record shows that last Pacific Coast Oil Hefining
exhibit. He says Osceola county;been accepted, the wedding to take I the contract to drill a twelve- .
ELECT MITCH., year about $30,000 had been collectedand The fire following the explosion dill
make I well in Kissimmee.
is going to the finest exhibitat place in New Orleans friendsof inch The town
among I this the has $300,000 damage to the
amount reached plant.
the fair, and intends to capture a' both families as soon as her en- I of Kissimmee is at present supplied I' year

number of prizes. !!jgagement is over with the "DatTydil from a well, the flow of which is unusual New York, Dec 17.-A dinner will 1 $37,000. Tax payers receive a one
1 i cent. discount for taxes in REST AND TEA ROOM HAD
Girls." but the place is growing and[ be tendered to Mayor-elect John Pur, per paid
'I December in November received LARGEST CROWD EVER
DEBATE TO BE HELD j i In company with a woman friend the city council is making provision i roy Mitchel, the members of th. ; they

ON EQUAL SUFFRAGEDr the little actress has been stopping at ''I for increased demand by having another board' of estimate, District Attorney. a two per cent discount After December Yesterday was a record day. at the

,. . discount is allowed. The
'I. .i no Rest and Tea Room. More than fifty
well Charles Whitman other
and Mrs. P. Phillips have kind- .Inc Georgian hotel. miercier also i drilled. \i S. and count
tax books will be closed on April 1. people got their luncheon there, and
]proffered their home to the Orlando stopped there and told his story toi ,. I officials-elect tonight by the citizens!

the I, THE MEXICAN SITUATIONSpecial I and merchants of Harlem. Other all were well pleased with the menu
Equal Suffrage League which will manager of the hotel, who was a

be hostess at a fellowship tea Friday friend it seems of his elder brother. I I II I i guests of honor will include Mayor SUIT. McKINNON COMPLETES Everything is prepared and ser..edunder

afternoon 'from 2:30 to 5 o'clock, to The Frenchman has been seen on the to the SentineLTwo i j Kline i Andrew Carnegie, exMayorSeth FIRST ROUND OF SCHOOLS the personal direction of Mr>. .
hundred of the local defense i ; Supt. J. F. McKinnon has completI i L. R. Cornish, who is the iI'
Low expert
which the members of the league,| streets here all the week but only I Oscar S. Straus.
I of the federal forces his first round of visits to the
corps surrendered I charge engaged by the Civic League
their friends and all who are interested ; today did the story of his romance i I I
t to Villa at Chihuahua. The schools of the county. Since the Mrs. Cornish has had much experience -
in this popular issue most become known.WORKMAN I
are cor- i
city is quiet, and Villa is maintainingorder I'j f'LORID.POSTOFFICES schools opened at the beginning of: and knows how to give the
dially invited. We most heartily wel- I FOUND
I : and giving protection to Amer- I SHIPSHAPE the fall season Supt. McKinnon has. dainty touch which adds attractiveness -

come all anti-suffragists as a debate I FELL AND WAS :icans and other foreigners. I I visited several of them a number of to the room and the things to
on this live question is to be one of SLIGHTLY INJURED
i Although Carranza, leader of the:I Washington, Dec. 17.-PostofficeI times, as circumstances demanded, eat. A number of men took lunch
the features of the afternoon.
Refreshments 1 I A workman employed at the Slem- rebel forces, has had a week in whichto I'inspectors who investigated the fol but he has visited aH of them at least there yesterdayand a special invita-

15 cents. l2.12S t! ons building fell and was slightly injured reply to Secretary Bryan's warn- lowing Florida postmasters, reported once during the past four months. tion is always out to the men to call

I yesterday. It was reported ing that there shall be no executionsin favorably on all of them: Calloway,I I There are twentseven"hite schools and be fed.

The rush is on at Curtis & O'Neal's..I about town that the man's back was Mexico without fair trials no word Bay county, Moses Carlisle; Irvine,,I and sixteen negro schools in the coun ,

Their Christmas store is crowdedbeautiful i broken. His physician stated last has been received from him. Admiral Marion county, Lawrence Edwards; I ty. The superintendent has traveledover THE WEATHER l'

nth things for old and:I night that he was badly shaken up Fletcher has been instructed to get a McKinley, Columbia county, Mrs' a thousand miles in his automobile Florida: Partly cloudy Thursday i'

t young, and the prices are very low. but was not much hurt. reply. .. Florence Bryan. in making his official calls. and Friday.t !

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the Rollins two basket and ball Southern games between teams, Although no definite announcementhas Concord, N. H., Dec. 1C.-Suits to r"1 [ '
been made on.the subject, it is
which took in the in MONGOMERY MOTON PICTURECO'S
place gymnasiumon understood that Judge John W. Dodge recover unpaid bequests the will of I
of Friday and Saturday evenings, will manage United States Senator Mrs. Mary Baker G. Eddy were filed
attended, and the in the federal court
were largely despite Duncan U. Fletcher's campaign for by George W
fact that Southern won both games Glover, son of the dead Christian Sci .
re-election, in which he is opposed by
the supporters of the home team were Hon. John X. C. Stockton. ence leader, and Dr. Ebenezer J. Fos t. GRANDI
much encouraged. Owing to a num- Pleasant A. Holt managed the cam- ter-Eddy, adopted son of the founderof
ber of conflicting interests, the team the Christian Science denomination. -I
paign in which Senator Fletcher won
:was unable to begin practice until the !his toga, and it has been rumored I WITH i
week of the games, and had only had Glover seeks to recover from Jere-
that he would again be at the helm.
two real practices. Despite this han- miah Fernald, administrator of Mrs. !
dicap, they played fine basket ball Judge Dodge made speeches Eddy's estate, $1.',000 to compensatehim
throughout the state in SenatorFletcher's
until the lack of training caused themto for an unpaid bequest of 810,000 Don F errandouIN
behalf in the former cam- .
slow up, when the better condi- paign, and was until recently the sen- Dr. Eddy asks for $6,000 on the allegation Ii Iit
tioned Southern team came from be- ator's law partner. Following disso- that he has not received $3,000
hind in both games and won. The that was bequeathed him.
lution of the firm of Fletcher &
score of the first game was a tie at Attachments to cover the amounts :
Dodge comes the announcement that
the end of forty minutes of hard playing asked and the costs have been placed !
the junior member will lead the fightin
and made two addi- on the Eddy inIr.. Fer- NevI
Southern property g Songs
behalf of the second election of his t n Daily !
tional points in the extra period senior. possession-
23 to 26. Tired from the
ning win-I Judge Dodge is one of the most .. .
game, the Rollins team led 11 4' THE .:...:..
successful lawyers and business men If you want the news, read the
at the end of the first half of the second -I in the city, and is well kndwn Sentinel. '
but the last ten II Best f fi
minutes contest Southern during again came to the I throughout the state.-Jacksonville I Motion Pictures and
I News. Subscribe for The Daily Sentinel. i
front and scored rapidly, winning by
37 to 11>. !
For Southern, McReynoIds and Ar- 'ttJ ) IJ.&O'I.e. ti.t" ltOCI'I.
thur played the best games, while: t .
for Rollins Enlow was the brightest i The Gem The Antiseptic ; t Ever Shown in Orlando
star, with Prentiss not far behind.I
Enough was seen of the home men toI I Shop
assure a fine team with a little more
practice. UP-TO-DATE EQUIPMENT Matinees
,, The teams lined up as follows: Daily'5c
Congress hydraulic enameled chairs; keen-edged implements, electric -
Southern-Arthur and Bussell, for .
massage and hair drjer.EXPERT
wards; JIcReynolds, center; Germany I WORKMEN
and Buell}], guards. Shoe-shining stand for Full line of tobaccos, 3:30
ladies and gentlemen. cigars and cigarette DO'EVENINGS
Rollins-Prentiss and Shirley, for- C1"'I.'OIIIICIIIGIQlt.
". wards; Enlow, center; Fordham and 122 NORTH ORANGE 6:30

Porter, guards.RefereeProf.. ."0".6.1.,11,111111.1.11111.
ell'lleCQICI'lt+t+ttel. e"11 1111111111"IIII't(
Umpire-Prof. Pope. IJ.IIIIIIIII..

,: Scorer- reene. FIRE INSURANCE -
\ On Wednesday afternoon, a recital ___ For Economy and purchase -

was given by the pupils of the schoolsof
music and expression. All the pupils Elfto Success 'tV RIG REALTY H 1'& EBD CO ?f$ Si power of your mon-

did very well}], and a number madea (ClTYAMD i me FOR REAL ESTATE i ..JKn, ey, "Try''Vrlght's" Farm
remarkable showing. The recital
gave evidence of the excellent work COUNTRY Thdts Our Business , and Garden Seeds. in

.: which is being done by the instruc- llEALSTATCftt JANSEN Orlando Florida
bulk. "Motto"
tors in the various branches, and Quantityand

showed that the pupils this year are i IMPROVED Ann NOTARY Quality.Fresh .
no whit below the ability of those UmnPRovEQQRLANDO/
who in past years have helped give )UbLIC Farm Eggs, 40 cents dozen; Ice, 40 cents 100 pounds; Best Creamery Butter, 40

Rollins such a' musical atmosphere.The FLORIDA. cents; Sweet Milk, 13 cents quart, 7 cents pint; Oranges 10 cents dozen; Limes 10 ceats

following program was rendered: dozen; Butter Milk, 10 cents quart. Chesepeak Bay Oysters, (selects) 50 cents quart
Pierrette _______________ Chaminade 30
Ruth Holmes. Office in Rock Building ORANGE AVE. Opposite San Juan HotelNurery cents pint.

The Love That I Bring________Johns Individual Package 10 lbs. Ass't Fruits, "That Xmas Present" delivered by Express,
Mattie Ha'rris. I titHiimitmtitinmiiiiiiiMtiitiiiiO. (charges prepaid) all points east of Rocky Mountains, at your door $1.35 cash with order.

Ave Verum (violin) _____u__Mozart ...

Boat Song Barbara________Weston.______u___ Gow .t"II'OIIIII..t"'OI'I"I.t.'ff4 .(.;ft-** ltl"IIIIIICltCOI"
Lucy Clark. U W r ri, W

P.eading-"Bo Grace es" Tilden.____u__ Baldwin 8 I THE"'GR T"'i AL'SAi "ii

r Four-leaf Clover __________ Coombs I;
Pauline Ayres .,
The Butterfly _______________ Grieg: 'Has always been accepted in Orange County as th ?! .. t.
AT '
Barbara Weston. ;
From the Land of the Sky-blue best to be obtained. No one has ever complained J I )

Water ________________ Cadman I and no oneever will because our trees are the best I I

Irene Thoren. and cheapest (in the end) pussible to procure. i TnHTTlIFD'P MflPP :
I I. The Commodore (cornetChambers! il i l i N w YH dill r i oIU
i JVlUilikl
Who ever heard of one untrue to name or whoever u I
On Monday the Y. W. C. A. held
\ 'I'
!heard of an ignored claim? i
\, their annual bazar in the gymnasium. iI I

part Despite of the a small townspeople attendance, due on largely the We offer you first choice from the largest stockin Continues Until Christmas, December 25 ;

/ to the threatening weather, a consid- the world for this season's planting and your success

erable crowd was present, and about with our stock is already assured when your ; | New Goods arriving daily, such as Clothing, Shoes, Hats, Notions,
$120 was taken in. When the
penses have been deducted from this, grove is planted. Free advice as to stock and per- and all kinds of Novelties for the Holiday trade. This $25,000.00

it will leave a tidy sum toward the sonal inspection of your land when requested on any j
stock of and merchandise I will sell
up-to-date in this
$120 which the association contrib- planting of 300 trees or more. Suitable discountsto great

utes each year to the support of planters of large acreage. In fact, the very best Annual Sale at Sacrifice Prices. Our stock was never more com-
Amparo, the little Cuban girl, in the
mission school of Rev. F. P. Ens- of everything and 0. \V. Conner behind it all. plete than now. Every item in our store has been added to with

minger in West Tampa. The gymnasium -
has seldom been so prettily dec- new ,and up-to-date merchandise. We have a larger line than

orated eat, and and all beautiful manner things of good for thingsto ser- ADDRESSttOII'I"IIIIIIIIIIIIII'I"lt'eelll ever for you to select from. We will give you more bargains in

vice or to send away for Christmas this store that it will pay you to give us a trial, as the dollars and
presents were displayed and sold.
Among the attractions of the hall OCKLAAIIA NURSERIES cents are what you are looking after. It will pay you to visit our
was a large table banked solid with
: : store and see the offerings we have.
', beautiful roses from the place of )lr.

Tilden by in his Winter three Garden children, and, who broughtover are Dept. 2 3, Tangerine, Fla.I I

students deal of here.hard The work bazar on the representsa part of 'IIII'I'iIIIDIr Ji ill Ka11llei'r'' 1 NeYorR Ba1'ailli r[ Or1allO ll JThe I Ie

r the Y. W. C. A. members, and its . . ., I J
4 success is well deserved Il.- _"' _- _..., .a.V":1 t'---' ''i. ,,"& ,._:'S.--.. ...e... --''"..- U_."..' "i"f T .

SAMUEL GOMPER'S DAUGHTER ) !!: lt;: ::ltttlt:1f::: :: : :::::: I:!:::: : :Jit:: : : Ii1l:1: :

GOING TO MARRY LAWYER I Hammond & Gore ---

Miss Sadie Gompers is going to be I I!i fUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.REAL I Cathedral! SchoolEAST
married. The
daughter of Samuel
Gompers, president of the American I CHRISTMAS GIFTS
Federation of Labor, and reorge B. VALUES LOW PRICES I Orlando's Select Boarding and

Gerau, attorney and hotel owner of Day School For Girls :,

San Francisco, recently announced, COMPARE i Reopens Wednesday, October 1. i! Gloves Silk Hosiery NeckwearFine
their engagement at a banquet in San '
Francisco, tendered by Gereau to Mr.;,! OUR FURNITURE : Primary, Intermediate Grades. and College'!I Linen Handkerchiefs '

and Mrs. Gompers, his intended bride, 1 Preparatory ,i
and a few friends. The announce- \Ve provide the quality furniture that has long :i Also Courses in Music, Art, Elocution j Vanity Cases Leather Bags
Domestic Science, Physical Cul :
ment came as a surprise.The been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the i
young couple has been acquainted standard of merit. If an article i is here it is good.It ture. ;' and other Novelties
:: for six years. When Miss I wouldn't be here were it otherwise. AVe can't make Twelve specially trained Teachers.'I'j I
clear it is of the foundation stones Individual attention. Loving care.
Gompers arrived here recently from i point too one
Seattle, they decided to do away with of this business, and that means much to any buyer.. REV. RODERICK P. COBB, A. M, I ]MISSES HAMILTON & DUNN
further delays. The wedding will be __ - __ I Principal. I
at the Gompers' home in Washington, I II
D. C., in a few weeks.
Cor/Orange: Ave. and Church SI., Orlando, Fla.k.r1Ii I. News comes from Tallahassee that I i Agents for Barclay Corsets
the Woman's college has a fine basketball
For trees W. H. Brokaw. Ofiee
see 3IcCaIl's Patterns
; J I team this season and is in good
opposite postoffice. Phone 267. -
I .. 12-2-tf shape to carry off all victories.
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JOHN A. P. LANEiContributed MHIlMIMilllilllillilllMMIIIIIIHtlllllllllMilHave 1MMMIMMMMIM

Mr. John A. P. Lane, who) departed i i [ELECTRIC[ VACUUM L CLNER[ [ J!

L L. this o'clock life p.citizen on m.,December was of Orlando an active 13th,,entering,at enterprising nine- ORLANDO BANK & TRUST COMPANY I

heartily into every measure which he
, thought would redound to the pros- Orlando, FUOl' .<1a.
perity of his adopted city. For a
year he was a sick man, and for your room or house
: months he bore up bravely under a
cleaned without dust troubleof
complication of ailments, death at or 1906-1913
last coming to release him from great
pain. lie was born in 1856 in New- moving furniture .
bern, N. C. lIe was of Irish descent
and proud of his ancestry. Mr. Lane
had served fourteen years at sea and As the old year draws to a close, many of us wonder what
The Pierce Electric Co. send Experienced
an -
had traveled all around the world sev-
eral times. lIe fought in the Zulu has become of the resolutions we made in the beginning of the

war, and being a keen observer wasa man. year, to open a BANK ACCOUNT. Some have stuck by their
fine raconteur. Always a kind
neighbor, he will be sorely missed by resolution, and are now enjoying the ownership of a BANK BOOK,
He had
those who knew him best.
great civic pride, and was heartily a with big round figures written therein, which mean so much to one
supporter of the new form of com- - "RAINY "
on a DAY.
mission government. During the past

Augustine summer he and left traveled his sick to bed Orlando in Tne rl [ L[ [lLT[ L L I IRL

as to cast his vote for the right menate ''J To you who have not realized the joy of your resolution
a local election, so highly did he
appreciate the value of a man's hon- through the old year, MAKE ANOTHER, START NOW, and appreciate
est vote. He was married in Charleston -
having a BANK ACCOUNT all your own in the ORLANDO
Illinois, to Miss Myra Glassco
They lived eleven years in Miami ' "I'lllllllllllllllltt"IIIIIIII'IIIIII BANK & TRUST COMPANY, and we will work for our mutual
and for the past two years have made
their home on Concord avenue at the IIIII'111111191111.tltIQ'IOI'.. t benefit. .
corner of Broadway. He leaves a t...
wife and daughter, Dorothy, to mourn "

his eral loss.fraternal lIe was orders-the a member Woodmen of sev-, IHnods rr T IT nut onceA

the Representatives Carpenter's Union of these and lodges the Moose were @ :I: M. M. SMIT3' President! IV. M. DAVIS Vice-PresMenl.! G. E. NOLAN Cashier. ??

pall bearers at the funeral, which was .
1 ' " el'ell""C.I't811110''It''O'Clelet.r .
held the Catholic church Sunday +
at lltll.t" IIIIIII IIIIIIIIIII'JI"'IIQ 'I t I .i'\"ll '+ tltt

Bun alowXewIodernLot :
CAUSE OF WEAK EYES covered with fine large trees full of oranges and

grapefruit. Five rooms and bath. Located just off Eola
New York, Dec. 16.-The New
Park and only a few blocks from Court House. We knowof
York committee on the prevention of
blindness sounds an alarm today by no other house in Orlando to compare with it at the

the report that the cause of eye price. Terms.
weakness among men of this city may
be traced to barber shops. It is alleged uOrlando Houseu
that bay rum and other face lotions FIVE ACRE TRACTS Opera

used in some shops contain wood Near Lake Underbill. Finest grove land and finest groves j ;
alcohol and that the inhalation of the
in Orange County. Develop grove on your monthly spare |
Jumes or drops of the liquid in the
change. PRICE S50 PER ACRE. Timber practically pays
eye causes serious trouble. for clearing.
Several barbers and proprietors of Friday, 19th
barber supply concerns were sum-
moned for arraignment: on such NO INTEREST-NO TAXES
charges in the court of special sessions until you own the deed. 1 D j'IT Presents America's

'tions for today similar, following offenses two obtained convic- ORLANDO REAL ESTATE CO. t O VHn f I-Ion [ Minstrel a.O'BRIEN

last week. Room 2. Watkins Block. ,


Dec Indictments
Cincinnati ; >>+H tI
against George K Cox, former political I
leader, and six ethers, charging I
misappropriation of funds of the Cin- AltamonteAltamonte '
cinnati Trust company, and another 50 People AND IllS GREAT 1003 Clean Laughs

against F. R. Williams and A. D. Florida All Famous AMERICAN Count 'FmMINSTRELS
Martin, of this city, charging misappropriations Springs,
of the fund of the Ford
& Johnson Chair company, were dismissed N'O'iOPE r
here today on recommendation -
of County Prosecutor Hogue.
Most beautiful spot in all Florida

BARGAIN SALEIn Nine miles from Orlando. Every com-
four small 5-room houses, only fort and amusements, Golf, etc. Amongthe

for three the blocks bunch from, $1,550 postoffice.; or single Price sal tall pines, between two lovely lakes. The largest, highest salaried and most expensively equipped minstrel organization -
$1,250 each. Renting for $15 pei Cusine and service first-class.
month. in existence.Car .

Who wants a cheap home or wants load of magnificent scenic surprises; two big bands; fourteen peoplein
to invest?
I offer $50 reward for the owner of GEO. E. BATES & SON ProprietorsDon't the orchestra; all feature headline acts. Organized for big cities and
in the of ,
property city Orlando Fla. leading theaters only.PRICES.
that will duplicate this property in .
price and location. 18101It.'IGIIIDIIICiIIIJIII IIIII=&IIICIIIIIII" : ;30c, Toe., $1.00 AM) $1.50 l.rt
t For the above and several 5, 10
20, 40-atre country homes improvedsome
with growing crops stock and
tools CHADWICK, see- FOR LOW PRICES. Buy an Iron Razor. in a Plush Box 4

Open evening Phone 7 to:;98.8. 12-9-6t It may look pretty but is perfectly use- .... --- -

less Christmas gift. The market is full of
Subscribe for The )daily Sentinel. ,
'" the "iron razor' of .
type presents.We .tol"elllol"I'lttl I'.tllat" + +
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*4ii 'Q'I' .
'I'Of..t"N specialize in presents that are both

i !I Automobile for Hire useful and ornamental, and reasonle in price.

New Five Passenger Standard and popular Books, Fine Station- we M0 SLElVlONSur

! PHONE 419WE ery, Art Calendars, Felt and Leather Pillow

"IOI'II I't"'IIIIII'.. Tops and Table Scarfs, Musical Instruments,

FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSE Writing Desk Requisites, Alligator Goods,
AND DO ALL KINDS OF rail Goods Are
OPTICAL REPAIRING Pictures, etc.A ew ow Coffling in

r dollars worth of real value for every

dollar you spend with

ya y W. S. BRANCH,

I We sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co.
The Arcade Book and Music Store ,
DR. L H. RAMSDELL I I made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes.Elliott's .
Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand.
(Successor to Dr. 0. P. Likins) ..........IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII..J : Table Linen and Towels.

ORLANDO FLORIDA i 5c CRISPETTES 5c : Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co. ..

& Co.
Best place in the city to trade.
HHliti.DRS. lave you triedCripette' :

: : .I WM. HARPER ,

; ; IF NOT, WHY NOT? At your at favorite dealers or at : W. SLEMONS
; ; Oldest Established practice In The Crispette Factory, 26 W. Pine Street. :
; ; 19 W. Church Street, Up-Stairs THE CRISPETTE CO. : ORANGE AVENUE
Consultation and Examination -
1 1 Free 12-2-tf 26 W. PINE STREET \ \


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r" South Florida Sentinel I I you think-of- Christmas gifts, FLORALCOI II

,; MORNING AND WEEKLY : of this popular jewelry store. I I
JOSIAH FERRIS Editor and Owner. we have been pleasing gift CUT FLOWERS i. FINE GROVE S22GO
- who want the kind of gifts
Entered At the posloffice at Orlando Florida : OUR SPECIALTYPhone j
as Second Class Mail Matter. appreciated. This store has t
2516 TAMPA. FLA.
reputation the j Fire acres :230 sixearold buddirij
by giving
SUKSCRIPTIOX RATES a tt'l U I 111111 to Ie II II II tt
values in jewelry! diamonds. I j
THE DAILY SENTINEL I 'tn't's. half grapefruit and bulanu-
One Year ............... ....$5.00 i silverware and cut glass, I
Six Months ............... .... 2.50 accounts for our ever growing Dr. BucKmaster pineapple orange; near town and hard
Three 'Months .. .. . ..... .. 1.25 ) You are sure to find just I I road. For this add other bin bargains -
want for our selection i:
-- --- -------- you :
DECEMBER IS. 1913. Don't buy until I
THURSDAY. your gifts in either gnrres or cit> propi -
what we have to offer, for Osteopathic Physician i
The postofTice of Samville has been surely be better pleased at 132 Orange Avenue ;city, setCooper
changed to Woodrow. Samville was and will find that our prices
i ')>t on the map, but Woodrow is. t reasonable. I Next door to People's Bank, !
--- EVANS, the Jeweler. I up-stairs. Acute and chronI Atha
The idea of an open air Christmas
. I diseases treated.Telephone .
tree for all the children of Orlando is 'I I I
Santa Claus is always Repairs and Retires Baby 114 ORANGE AVENUE
i a happy one. : : 578.
doing nice things about this season. I on Court street. 12-5-tf

o -- ; Orlando, Florida
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t Key West people are ,becomingpert j t 1. C Hxt"'t ""H 0 0 0 e t( I I' & m ; I It t t u..
if not pugnacious since the island 8 12-5-3ra.
has been annexed to Florida. There
I i
italk of Key West having candidate
f for congress from this district. j IOtICP I
; Imagine the people of the other coun- tO Auto
ties voting for a Key Wester. They
k would about as soon vote for a gentleman +Jtll""O' 'Ii +IOOOtt."

:;, from Nassau.Representative T.0 .J. Fenn of Santa !i R. L. HOLLAND t Auto Oilr i
: Supreffle
Rosa county is going to stand for re- I
i election. He says that the fee system ;I recover your old Auto or Buggy ;

f fore is the going next to session be the, big but issue he says be-j ::1 ; Tops. Make your Back and Cush- r If The oil that has

that ty taxes the separation will be a of dose state second.and coun-I I !I Slip Covers and Auto Top, dust : : i stood the su-

f is in favor of separating the sourcesof i New top or cushion work for j preme test Hi
revenue, and it looks as if this is i
r. I I II
t. the best way to secure tax equaliza I I carriages and buggies at reasonable : : i - --= THAT -
R.' tion.
I' o I All work and material guarj j j
The big booster edition of the Sanford I '
f Herald has been issued and contains i anteedby T. M. Coppedge, Trimmer ; ; Good Gulf Gasoline
the first of
f thorough exposition )
the resources and possibilities of
;f-. Seminole county yet given ,to the! -ATR,1. -
world. Editor Holly and his corps off

f-J able upon assistants the completeness are to be of congratulated the work, I : : P.G.WALTONAgt.PHONES .
and the attractive manner in which automobile."A l. HOLLAND L CARRIAGE b[ SHOP r .

the matter is displayed. It will do
Seminole county more good than any 450-269
other one thing the county has yet.. I
done. I llltllltll'I'IIIIIIIIIIIII'1 : .. ... .JII.IOIIIIIIIIIII.Our .
o I
The Christmas editions are pilingin
r. upon us. The largest and best so I
far are from Tampa.. The Trbiune
r came out with a ninety-six page paper I New Holiday StockOffer
r-' Sunday, and the Times celebrated t'O'I
- Tuesday with one hundred and forty-
four pages. Bad form to talk about I I in great variety really desirable and useful presents for
! rival papers in one paragraph, but
excellent people of all ages and is a most popular stock in every respect

itors and publishers, to Tampa and because of its choice selections, trustworthy values and fair

( the entire state. The Sentinel congratulates If where
the publishers and all who prices you are asking you can buy the best and

helped to make these special editions. I I I cheapest this season you will get your answer by looking
They represented a vast amount of
work, and the workers have earned a 1 through our large and superior line of attractions and com-
full holiday.It I
0- pare qualities and prices with others.

cost over three-quarters of a
million to raise the destroyed battleship -

; for what Maine good from? Havana When the harbor govern-, and The lye of Reasonable Prices

ment wastes money in this fashion it
causes many to stop and consider
\\hat great good might have been is never never neglected-You will find it in connection with
done if the same amount had been
expended in other directions. For ex- Honest Goods and Genuine Merit throughout our Beautiful

ample, an interior waterway from the Stock, which is unexcelled in Variety and Quality
headwaters of the St. Johns all the I
way to Okeechobee could be openedfor ;
less money, yet the people of : -
Florida have to stand on their hind
legs and beg for a mere morsel of an :
appropriation to get a three-foot ;

channel in one of o its-principal- rivers. ; !) I Te It [vans, the Jeweler

The latest "Purple Folder" of the
Atlantic Coast Line gives a double
page to "Good Roads and Good Roads t OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE
Building In South Florida," which I
contains this reference to the workin ( ;
Orange county: "Orange county, j
of which Orlando is the county seat, I'
voted for a $600,000 good roads bond I -
issue by a tremendous majority November : :
11, and Orlando has a new ap-

:? its.ject pavements propriation" by The saying article within of that$100,000 the continues it municipal is for estimatedthat the brick sub lim I SPECIAL[ Lf FOR T TUESDAY 1 1Our t AND Wf EONESOAY f

three million dollars will be I
available in the state for the
construction famous 40 inch Egyptian Crepe,
of hard surfaced roads within
a few months. Regular price 2.50, Our price $1.75.

o 36 inch Silk and Wool Poplin, regular
This has been a hard year for railroad ,
presidents, yesterday lengthening $1.25 value, Our price 89 cents. .
the death record for that class by i All Kid Gloves reduced on these two days only.
adding the name of John W. Thomas, i
president of the Nashville, Chattanooga -
t i
& St. Louis railroad. All of
those woo have passed away recently
: the list including Flagler, Parrott, Hosiery Gloves |Linen CenterpiecesSilk
Finley, Emerson, possessed intimate Underwear Doilies HandkerchiefsHand
knowledge and interests in Florida. ,
'. The N. C. & St. L. probably handled 1 Bags Mesh Bags Neckwear
Dress Patterns in Silk and Woolen Goods and others
a greater tonnage of Florida products many space forbids to mention
than any road not entering the I
state, and President Thomas took
much interest in her development
He was a man of broad culture, lib- IvES
eral views and generous nature, and A,
' main the South loses one who com-I The Christmas Shopping
lir.fd: much of the best to be found in Place"C
its mature manhood. t .
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! CandiesWhen Take a TipHof E. I

buying Christmas Candies it is like buying Santa RemDuokworthsoval

everything else, you want the best.

w a Make the men folks

And when you open a package of Butt's Chocolates j happy with a present

your "sweet tooth," which delights in that j I;, .. they can enjoy. The

keen rich flavor of! perfect confection, will be gratified = : man who comes down

beyond expression.For stairs Christmas morn- is now in full blast. Even if you do not

ing and findsA

OFLUCERNE need SHOES at present, you owe it to

the most wholesome Candies n the city interest several I :
CIRCLEWAITING your own to buy pairs.

go to Tremendous reductions bn all small lots ; ;


BUTTS KANDY r KITCHEN t Will know that someone has been thinking of his happiness and odd pairs. .

during the excitement of gift-buying. And he'll

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

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

"The Home of Rich-Tasting cigar that is as full of Fine Aroma as

Quality"I i I Cuban suns could make it. ; on regular lines. Every pair of Shoes in

,!: $ 'tllllll'IIIIIIII'llttOIIIII'II'tllllltl'COIIIIII"loltlll.ti"OOICIIIIOIIIIIIIIOOII III'I'lslfe : the house reduced.

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--------- I Read McCulloch's advertisement ir .MRS. WOODRUFF ENTERTAINED For beautiful Christmas Gifts call Come early while the assortment is I

today's Sentinel.Mr. ROYAL AUCTION BRIDGE CLUB! at The Tuttle Shop. l -.lft)
WADE ; complete.
James II. Bunch, of Jacksonville Griffing Brothers' trees, roses and
THE TUNER The Royal Auction Bridge club belt M
is in Orlando today on business, ornamental, give results. 12-2-tf
ORLANDO, FLA. a delightful meeting with Mrs. Seth
dli Mr. II. R. Voorhees, fo New York, I w
and the
J Woodruff yesterday, although
is among the late arrivals at the San Cash Registers. Warman fixes 'em
play was informal, and no prizes
Juan. on Court street. 12-5-tf i
given, the afternoon was particular '
Artistic Christmas Gifts at 12.12-Tutthshop. Messrs. Lewis O'Bryan and G. P enjoyable.The I G. Duckworth i !
Eat what you want.
Garrett of Kissimmee
Rev. T. Austin left yesterday for are spending large table in the dining room Eat all you want. i .
after a day's visit with today in Orlando on business.Mr. was covered with an exquisite luncheon Take a postscript and forget it. : ,,
Haines City
Jos. E. Phipps, of Jacksonville, cloth of lace, and was centered For sale by all druggists. ,

friends. is among the popular transportation with a huge bowl of roses. Here tguests ll-SO-d&w.lm FEET FITTEROrlando
and Fixes Bicycles
Warman Sells, men sojourning in Orlando today. Mrs. :M.: B. Davis, :Mrs.: Brit-
en Court street. tain, Mrs. Palmer, Mrs. Laughlin,
Mr. Walker, an expert horseshoer,, '
Petersburg Have dandruff? If one bott'Davis'
is in St. you
E. G. Duckworth Miss Mahady, Mrs. Lawrence and FloridaICDlllllllllllt.O.I.t.ttlIIIIIIIIIIOIIIIIIIIIIIII.
from Shelbyville, Ind., has located in -
his business Hair Remedy does not cure it ,
looking after Orlando and opened up a shop at thefair Mrs. Sylvan McElroy, were served get back. Estes
you your money
interests there. grounds. delicious chicken patties, lettuce sandwiches -
Pharmacy sells it. 12-9-tf
Mrs. Chester Goodrich leaves this nut bread, cake and coffee.
Mr. Walter Drennen is on a visitto
morning for a few days' visit with The club will be entertained on December .
Boston and New York. He expects : : HAND PAINTED CARDS - .
friends in Sanford. to be back in Orlando for 31st by Mrs. Palmer.FAGONBEARDALL. Appropriate cards for all occasionsmenu t.IIIIIIII.I.IIIII.IIII.I.I.IIIIIIIIIIIII..II.III'

Misses Elizabeth, Anna and Edith Christmas.Mr. i place cards, score cards, etc.
the Also designs for book plates. Sam-
among I
Rand, of Longwood J. A. Wallace, of Kissimmee, pies on hand and orders taken at 112
visitors in town yesterday.Miss son of J. C. Wallace, arrived in Orlando I I Grace St. Phone COS. Lu F. Halsted. Money to Loan
Hart is filling the The many friends of our popular tf.
Maggie last night and will spend several I
order young doctor, "Hal" Beardall, are the
place of, assistant at the money days here.
the postoffice during the recipients of the following card: Boys' Double Breasted Suits at and
window at Mr. F. F. Abell, representing Con. Mrs. Josephus Marten Dunne below cost, as long as they last. J. C.

holidays.For Gifts gressman Claude L'Engle's public, announces the marriage of her sister Anno, the Boy Clothier. 12-G-3w Loans in sums of$500 to $3000 j j
Dainty and Seasonable go Dixie is in the in the interest
tion, city Laura Jean Fagonto
to Boardman's" "Store of Satisfac-/ of that magazine.Mr. FURNISHED housekeeping ROOMS; every for conven-light on IMPROVED INSIDE property fora i j

tion. and Mrs. H. W. Ballantine, an Doctor Harald Martyn Beardall ience; both, hot and cold; electric
Dr. and :Mrs. T. W. Williams returned estimable couple from East Orange, on Monday December the fifteenthone lights; telephone; close in; rea- term of FIVE years. Principal : :
from sonable. 200 E. Robinson Ave. '
to Orlando last night N. J., are now in Orlando, guests of thousand nine hundred and
: interest in
llinxatawney, Pa., and will winter at the Wyoming; tor their tenth season. thirteen payable monthly [ \
LOST-Tan colored purse, on either
the New Lucerne. Get your copy in early for Sunday'sSentinel. Charleston, South CarolinaAt I Orange avenue or Church street. instalments.
Mrs. J. W. Clarke and little son, Don't let this golden opportunity Home I Return to Sentinel and receive re

J, W. Jr., arrived yesterday from pass you by for talking to after January fourth ward. 1 -18t ffl _

Lexington, Ky., to Mrs.visit R.her W.grand Buck- nearly all of the people of this sec Orlando, Florida LOST Rain coat, on road between s. WAO .
parents Dr. and tion. Winter Park and Oviedo. Return

master. Rev. L. II. Query, of Statesville, WEATHER REPORTFor to J. D. Burden, Macy Wagon Co. t a I III t II H It'l' O. I a 0 It ,11. Hili 0 III tt till t I''u
stocks i 12-18-3t[ -
Large and comprehensive N. C., who is spending the winter at I I I' OI.tO. t" .UI'1 "f41f'"" '.
treatment make the Week Ending: November 18, 19138 I
a ad courteoUs. Oakland, and supplying the Presbyterian WANTED-A blacksmith capable of i\
selection of your Christmas gifts at pulpit at that place, spent yesterday Temp. I doing heavy machine smithing and Christmas Present Free
Boardman's "Store of Satisfaction"decided a in Orlando as the guest of 1 -- --- - -- scroll work. Apply office, South Florida -.

pleasure. ,Rev. Dr. J. F. McKinnon.Mrs. 1 1I Foundry and Machine Works.

Bishop Gray expects to return ;.. 12-lG-lw Handsome China
to-I I Chas. Granniss and daughter, ;:
night from his Tennessee trip, Miss Dorothy, and son, Donald, and a t I H. FOR SALE CHEAP L C. Smithgun
will leave tomorrow for Sunday's appointments I liss Black, will sail from New York S I 2: aw o I 12 gauge, 28-inch barrels; in Cup and Saucer I
in Fort Myers and Punta 0 good condition. A. N. Goodwin, at
to reach Orlando 0
i today expect _H w
Overstreet Crate Co.'s office.
Gorda. Sunday evening. Mr. Granniss has Wednesday _________71 41 C 12-lG-tf : Call and see them

Mr. Randolph Cobb arrived yestei- .been here several weeks looking after Thursday __ ________68; 38 i C! _

lay from the University of the South! l his large property interests. They; Friday __ ________-71 37 C;FOR SALE-At a'bargain, twentyacre -

Sc" nee, Tenn., to spend the holidays ,will occupy their pretty home on Saturday .-________-73 43 I C! grove; five hundred grapefruit
trees, fifty tangerine trees, and 750 Our stock of Xmas Goodies has arrived and
with his parents, Rev. and Mrs. West street and will receive a warmwelcome Sunday ________ ____?S 47 I C orange trees. Grove should pay for we
R. P. Cobb. \ from many friends. Monday ____-_______79 51 T TC itself in two years. Address P. 0. % are prepared to supply you with Nuts Mince Meat

Buy hose for that hubby of yours Mr. and Mrs. S. II. Alleman and Tuesday ____________77 57 1.08 PC Box 103; Orlando, Fla. I;; Figs, Dates, Raisins Currants, Fruits, Plum Pudding -

aad buy "Eiffel"-famous for wear. their son, Horace, will reach Orlando (C) Clear; (PC) Partly Cloudy. 12-18-d&w-tf :I II i Fruit Cake etc., for thatCHRISTMAS

The leading line in colors, 3 pairs for from Philadelphia the evening of December FOR RENT-Parties wishing quiet,I'

ole dollar, at Boardman's "Store of I 23, and will) be here in time 10H.\Y'S MENU comfortable home for the winter DINNER
I IIlr.
Satisfaction." I to celebrate Christmas in Orlando. Civic Tea and Lunch Room can find 3 or 4 room apartment, fully I
for housekeeping, electric ,
., C. W. Carlin has arrived from i They will remain all the winter at All Hours equipped gas
lights, open fireplace, ,
Jupiter to spend a few ,days here, !their beautiful home, 201. East Amelia Soup: rent, at 217 Robinson Ave. East. I
then take his daughters from the Ca- avenue. The Allemans have a host Vegetable Oyster 12-18-fit I I

tkedral school home for the Christmas of friends iq Orlando, who will beon Chicken Croquettes
vacation. hand to give them a cordial greet Salads: FOR SALE I I CARUTHERS & GORE
I KUMQUATS-Send your friends a
Potato and Celery
I Waldorf
Rev. W. II. Funk stopped over in in ig. box for Christmas by parcel post;
the city yesterday as the guest of The morning newspaper is a complete Lettuce and Tomato 2oc. per hundred. Phone :380, or come Phone 200 6 & 8 Pine Street.
Sandwiches: to 300; E. Concord avenue. 12-16-St
Mr. Pereker. Mr. Funk is on his paper, covering the news of the I
way to Key West, where he has been I world for twenty-four hours, in each Cream' Cheese Pimento Cheese FOR SALE I t .

appointed to the First Methodist I issue. To do less than that, is to Mince Pie Ham Vanilla Cream I Gild-edge proposition. An orange j!. CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.

c' urcK make a piece-meal newspaper sort Tea Cocoa Milk grove, 130 large trees, including crop; : ... ,+'I.IJtt..t.'I..I..II. .... ...
Coffe I'within limits about four
city acres
We admit it is hard-very hard to of bulletin, prepared merely to appt"al ;
lots. Bargain ifsold
staked into nineteen .+t'C'IIII'OClllellll'III'ttllt"I'II'.IIII'I"'t't.
:select a present that would just hit to people who have time only toread HAIR FALLING OUT? ;I soon. E .A. McBride, 504 :Majrnolia -
tie taste of the receiver, but many of I headlines. Such readers areabout I avenue. 12-18-tit:

tkese worries may be simplified by as apt to be influenced by advertising Davis' Hair Remedy will stop it I,-- I; Christmas Suggestions ii

doing your Christmas purchasing at I as is an Eskimo.-Tampa Money back guarantee. Estes Phar. LUTHER THE FLORIST ';
Boardman's "Store of Satisfaction." I Tribune. I
I racy sells it. 12-9-tf I Ii
Wilde of Grand Rap- i Cut FlowersROSES FOR MENBath
Mr. Chas. W. That a falsehood will travel a hundred

some days looking after the erection :breakfast, has often been illustrated Eat all you want !
street,I Take a postscript and forget it. CARNATIONS, PANSIES, Robes Full Dress Sets
01 a pretty cottage on Putnam :We heard yesterday of a gentleman I
Concord Park, is expecting Mrs. !who has only been in Orlando a few For sale by ail druggist 11.30-d&w POTTED PLANTS House Coats Combination Sets

Wilde today.Mr. I days, but he had gained the information 1 __ _____ 1 1I Collar Bags Tie Racks

Walter Tucker returned home I (?) that the residents around FOR SALE-A piano, in excellent I I Fancy Vest Traveling Cases
Lake Lucerne were a very select and condition; will sell at a bargain.
S. C.
last night from Greenwood, COAL CHARCOAL
where he has been attending the Bai- exclusive: lot of people, and that theydid Apply at 412 North Orange. 17-3t The best line of Neckwear ever brought to, Or- ; ;

leI Military Institute, to spend the not like to have Northern people WHITE CHAUFFEUR wants position -! WOOD iando.

holidays with his parents, Mr. andMrs. I walking on .the cement walk around I at once; six years' experience;
J. II. Tucker. I the lake or sitting in the chairs which will do own repairing; from New I Veneer Cores Special lot of Silk Hose at 25c per pair.
: have been provided for that purpose. I York. J. W. R., care Sentinel.
Heart Pine
The Orlando Sentinel issued a very The same gentleman had also been I I Seasoned Oak Wood Come and look our stock over.

interesting Chrittmas number, which' to raise' 17.3tSTEOPATHY I,
told that it was impossible
included a number of handsome views little chickens in Florida in the spring ) All sizes and lengths Let us help you make a selection.

t>f the beautiful scenery about that and summer, on account of disease, Orlando Wood YardB.
(at., Publisher Ferris and Editor
I but that they must be hatched in the DR. J. C .HOWELL
! }:t'Che make a strong team in newspaper SCRUGGS & DICKSONThis
winter. Now wouldn't those two Hours, 10-12, 3-3, and by appointmentXo W. KINGSLEY, Proprietor
t work,-Tampa Tribune.
yarns make you worry? extra charge for house treatment [ Phone 344 104 W. Pine St. store is the home ol Hart Schallner! & Marx clothes

The Tuttle Shop is located in a part Subscribe for the Sentinel and getthe Telephone connections I Turpentine Chips Fence Posts
of Lerman'3; store, opposite San Juan and Central Aves.
Office cor. Orange
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r sleeping porch. 506 Lexington St., DRESSMAKING at 307 E. Pine St.
List of letters remainingjincalledfor Dec. 16. Secretary
Washington, -
Concord Park. Lot 67x230 feet. 12-12-1m
- in the Orlando, Florida, postofficefor Bryan and Chevalier Van Rappard,' 12-1-lmo. !
the week ending December 13th, The Netherlands minister, today I| FOR SALE the Evans Parlors, No. 100 North Toys Toy'sTT

1913. When calling for same, pleasesay agreed on the terms of a peace treaty i I House and grove at Fair Villa, 13 ,Main. Phone 125.12626LOSTA -
"advertised. embodying the principles of the arbitration acres, of which three acres are young I' --French< --
poodle dog,
W. R. O'NEAL P. M. advanced in the ]budded grapefruit borders lake; answersto
plan early ; the name of Chance. Reward if ARE NOPREPARE!) TO GIVE; i
Men's List-Anderson, Harold G.; present administration. This will be!'[house of 8 rooms; good barn; attractive returned to No. 9 E. Livingston Ave.
winter home. Apply at this office.
Biggers, Paul; Burkhalter, J. C.; the seventh of the peace treaties and, 11-15-lm 12-7-tf YOU A JOY HIDE

Bishop, Arthur; Broks, Austin; Bri- the first negotiated with a European|I II DONT DELAY, but get your Xmas i

ley, H. G.; Bass, H. P.; Beals, T. J.; nation. I NEW OVERLAND Photos now at the Evans Parlors,
Run less than COO miles, demount- THROUGH b L CHRISTMAS GIFT LAND
Brigham & Young; Cox, E. J.; Donis, I able rims and fully equipped. A bar- one 125.112626LOSTLady's block north of court house. Phone

J. E.; Daniels, Lucy; Edwards, Wm.; PRESIDENT MUCH BETTER I\pain. Owner expecting to leave cityJanuary

Erdman, A.; Fender, T. F.; Fisher, Washington, Dec. 15.-President''< 10th. Phone 419, or call 210 small gold watch,

G. W.; Fennell, M. C. ((2); Green, Wilson, ill with a cold, was declared j I:Lucerne Circle. 12-18-Ct Violet engraved on case; lost be- And we will Dead Sure Lead You
tween public school house and New
Jessie; Glass, Rev. J. G. ((2)); Goodd, today to be "doing very nicely." The j FOR SALE I o;Lucerne hotel. Reward if returned j Through a Land of Plenty This YearIT

J. H.; Gaither, Freddie; Running, J.; president remained in his room but i Good property; 40 acres little northof I to this office. 12-17-3t

Haney, C. G.; Howard, Olney; Harper took up his work for the first time in i Orlando, on beautiful lake. Young
budded grove, bearing; good dwelling.The LADY SOLICITORS in Orlando, to : WILL HE A PLEASURE FOR US TO SHOW YOl
Andrew; Howard, Olney; Haynes several days, dictating a number of take orders for best flavoring ex- _
Brothers; Hatton, Thomas; Johnson, letters and reading official papers. ! ideal place for, poultry and,dairy tract made; also fine line of toilet : THROUGH OUR IMMENSE LINE OF 1101..11>:\\
-good range plenty room good
Frank; Long, Wm. D.; McCullough, i iI I milk trade established. Will sell stock articles. For particulars, address Box GOODS; AND WE ARE SURE IT WILL CONTAIN

J. S.; Murry, W. E.; Mills, Rev. W. Take your repairing to Warman on with place. Box 34, Route 2, Orlando, 381, Orlando. Fla. - -- 12-16-6t JUST THE GIFT YOU HAVE PLANNED. OUR COMPLETE -

.: B.; Makinson, W. B.; Munday, J. W.; Court street. 12-5-tf Fla. 12-15-1m FINE SPORT FISHING Oakland-- : STOCK IS NOW READY FOR YOUR (CONSID-

Montaugh, Jno. S.; Mikeal, Mr.; Mar- ,I I FOR SALE Fla. Motor boats and fish boats ERATION. FROM TOYS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.

tain, Bradley; Porling, J. B.; Puttin- Order grapefruit and orange I trees I 43 acres, located three miles, north- for ders rent to J.Paul Willis Rhodey. Phone or- : TO THE USEFUL AND SUBSTANTIAL GIFT WE

ger, Joe; Pierce, J. C.; Pierce, C. D.; now. W. H. Brokaw, salesman. west of Orlando, on S. A. L. R. R., at 11201m. & Co.'s store. I HAVE IN PLENTY; AND AS CHRISTMAS IS ABorT
Fairvilla Station, on Lake Fairview; HERE "'E INVITE 1
James Rob-
Parker, W. .M.; Rampry, ; 12-2-tf '
;- lake front near station; young grape- Artistic photographs for Xmas at
erts Bros.; Sible, Philip ((2)); Srenter, fruit and orange grove; land about the Evans Parlors, No. 100 N. Main.
Demintie; Smith, G. A.; Smith, M.; A. D. Galbraith, D. V. S., the veterinary half citrus fruit and half vegetable; Phone 25. 11-15-tf
8-room house, barn ideal winter MaRe This Store Headquarters
Sly, Walter; Tonage, Aysseal; Ten- surgeon, located at T. J. ;
home, right near Country Club. Ad-
nent, G. R.; Tyler, Marion Jim; Usher Mathers' livery stable. Phone 14. dress W. T. Chapman, owner, R. F. D. WANTED-Position several years' experience as ;dairyman by mar-;

G.; Weatherspoon, John; Willison, 1113tf. No. 2, Orlando. ll-27-lm-d&w ried man. Call on or address L. II. McCULLOCH'SDEPARTMENT

r A.; Weniger, A. A.; Wilson, Earnest; -.- _._- .- -- -- .-- Jarrett, 205 West Pine St. l1- !)-tf

Wilson, Sherwood; Woodward, Wm. WILL GIVE YOU A DOLLAR FOR REM "
of de-
man experience
t- Women's List-Adams, Miss Ele- Back if one bottle Davis' Hair Rem sires position as bookkeeper or of- STORE I
Alexander Miss Hazel Adams, FOR RE Furnished seven-room fice work of kind
Bore; ; edy doesn't cure dandruff or any any ; can operate the
house. Call at Sentinel.. 12-14-tf
Mrs. Nina M.; Brown, Mrs. Joanna; : scalp disease. Estes Pharmacy sellsit. -- - - typewriter. Address, -, care of

[ Cay, Mrs. E. H.; Daniels, Miss Mar- 12-9-tf EIGHT-ROOM furnished house; gas I Sentinel. 14-3t '9'

f- caret; Fennel, Miss Olio; Ferry, Mrs. and electric lights. 203: E. Robinson WANTED-A driving and work
I avenue, on Lake Eola. 12-14-4t Next Door to Evan's Jewelry Store
horse, that handle
t- Willie; Foster, Mrs. Sarah; Glass, one lady can pre- I
FOR RE Furnished with ferred; must be worth the money in
Mrs. James G.; Holly, Miss Mary; PEOPLE'SVAINTS rooms,
all conveniences. 412 North every respect. Address or inquire . .
Apply 'ttll.etl.tle' " 'i t ao.el +
Jeneral, Mrs. Shollart; Jones, Mrs. Orange avenue. 12-14-Gt Formosa postoffice. W. II. Graeser.

John E.; Jackson, Miss Lenva; Lar- .- -- --- --- 12-14-31

cia, Miss Jeanette; Laney, Mrs. J. A.; MUNNIMAKERS FOR RENT-Three-room furnishedflat WANTED-By gentleman of good tfiIC lleIOO tiIIIOllllt'ICIIII"I "
Luveson, Miss; Lester, Mrs. May lot- Notices of Lost Wanted. For Sale. For with bath; centrally located. character, to form the acquaintance :
Rent etc., for this column. 23c;; for one day Apply, Phone 571, or 23 E. Pine St.
tie McDonald, Miss Jessie C.; May, of a nice, respectable lady, betweenthe I
; 50c for three days or $1.00 for one week, for 12-18-3t 66
Miss Bessie; Morris, Miss Alice; McClure 25 words or less. Money must accompany ages of 25 and :35; object, matri- Kill the Chill"All i
the advertisements far this column, as no FOR RENT-Furnished room, with mony if suited. Address F. R., care :
Mattie G. Pitts Miss Rose
; ; insertions will be made on credit. Sentinel. 12-14-Gt '
electric lights, bath; 4 blocks from

; ders Patterson, Mrs., Miss Mary; Forothy Temmons R., Mrs.; Saun-ML FOR SALE postoffice Robinson;avenue yard room, city.for auto.12-14-St 7 W.('I I ARTISTIC now. The-Photography Evans- Parlors,for one Xmas block--- indications point toward a cold winter ] j

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; Williams, Miss Irene; Walker, f I north of Court house. Phone 12:>.
Mrs. Carrie ((2)); Young, Mrs. H. & FOR SALE-A good horse. Gus C. FOR RENT-Rooms, with or without I ll-2G-tf this year and the best way to be comfortable j \
Schultz, Formosa, Fla. 12-2-lm board; newly furnished; large veranda -I I
Family. Florida ; all conveniences; nothing bet- WHY PAY exorbitant rent or board? \ \ on cold mornings and evenings
FOR SALE-Anything in ter for the money in Florida. 203: .
Why not little home?
buy a
WILL THIRD MAN Company.Real Estate. Orange County 11-12-lm Realty Magnolia avenue-------12-17-Gt- ._-- I it of the owner and save the agent's Buy or during the day in your office is to have a
RUN FOR SENATE commission. Address B., Box 178. y
FOR RE Furnished house, ten
i FOR SALE-Anything in Florida 1l. 0-1m.

With the announcement of State Real Estate. Orange County 11-12-1m Realty rooms located and; suitable sleeping for porch either; centrally one or- WANTED-To exchange a vacant 'lot I REZNOR GAS HEATER

Senator Fred M. Hudson that he Company. ,two families. Address F. G. Rush, on Concord avenue, Orlando, for a I

would not enter the race for the U. S. FOR SALE-House and lot; also lots City. ll-2G-tf five-passenger car, Ford or Overland and
Broadway, Amelia avenue and I preferred, 1913 or 1914 model: must I They are cheap to buy very economy -
senate, followed by the retirement of .on ,ROOM in private home for rent 40
Summerlin street. Mrs. Norman Rob- ; I be in A-No. 1 condition. J. 0. Evans,
ex-Governor Albert W. Gilchrist from I inson, SOI Concord avenue. 11-27-lm i acre farm for sale,21-2 miles out; I Maitland, Fla. 11-SO-tf ical, 3 to 6 cents an hour according to the I
house and two lots for sale. See Dr.
the field has been i
same contest, the
left open to the two Jacksonville can- FOR SALE-A large bungalow and Weller 12-11-lw at 311 North Orange avenue. ''I HOUSECLEANING-Any fice or housecleaning wanted kind by of the of- size-and are the cleanest and most convenient f

didates-Senator Duncan U. Fletcherand lot on North Orange avenue. Price i 'day, by young, energetic married woman '
reasonable. Address call on Rolla t heating made. No wood ashes ?
Hon. John N. C. Stockton. or FOR RENT-New furnished rooms in I (white). Inquire Sentinel office. or
I Reel at the Steam Laundry. 11-19-tf, 1 12-15-6t
Editorially, the Tampa Times has new modern home; every cor/cu-I _I Ik oil the valve
FOR SALE-New, inexpensive, mod-ierce; kitchenette if desired; reason- to carry-just turn and strikea
intimated that south Florida may yet ern two-story house; five rooms, able. 14 E. Amelia avenue, next doorto I PEOPLE'S PAINTER I II "
be represented in the race, but no intimation bath and sleeping porch. Apply 207 the Wyoming. 12-13-lw I I can save you money on your' a match.
has been made as to the America street. 11-19-1m j I painting, papering and sign writing. II 1
,:FOR RENT-New furnished rooms in |I Try m eand prove it. Work guaranteed -
identity of the candidate. The gen-I FOR SALE-Five or ten acre tract;' new modern home; every conven- Frank Hayworth, decorator,
eral belief in political circles, though, one-half mile outside of city limits;; t ience; kitchenette if desired; reason- 20C E. South St., Orlando. 12-lfi-i't: '
is that the contest will narrow downto cleared fenced and improved. Address I able. 14 E. Amelia avenue, next door ii

the two local men, with a good I I"Owner," this office. -12-10-2w I to the Wyoming. 12-1-tf 4 Young HELP men, WANTED steady work! out .f'I l W Tm & lIb T

race in prospect--Jacksonville News. FOR SALE New residence, 409: An-I FOR RENT-Large, well furnishedroom 'j town. Thursday morning.
.derson street. Terms, half down,, to persons wishing suburban' Married man for farm work. House
The new bank, known as the Lake ,balance two years time. Inquire on accommodations' ; also 2 acres good['I relit free. Gas Department
:premises afternoons, or E. H. Gore,,,j truck land, close in. Good opportu-, 1 Man for city, at once. i
Butler bank in that last
opened I Caruthers & Gore Sanitary Grocery,,, :nity for right person. Address "A,"'I I STAR EMPLOYMENT OFFICE, .
week for business. :G and 8 E. Pine St. 11-29-lm i, Sentinel. 9-8tf 12-lS-lt 101 S. Orange Ave. t6tllfIJell tl'il

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We want to thank our friends for their liberal patronage

during our great Stock Reducing Sale and assure all that

your patronage has been thoroughly appreciated.It .

has been our purpose to serve the people of ORANGE

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

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

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

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

satisfactorily than in the past.

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

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

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

uine bargains on every item in our store. .

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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 41-4 x 51.4; four cylinders, cast:: in pairs; unit power plant; cone clutch; selective type transmis- We prepared to give
sion; German silver "V" shaped radiator, square h.., type; Stromberg carburetor; full floating rear are you
axle. New Departure bearings; tires, 35 x 4 1-2; Improved Deleo electric starting, lighting and ignition
system. Gasoline capacity, 21 gallons, tank carried at rear, pressure feed; Standard demountable rims; clean and service.
10 inch upholstering; nickel trimmings; body, steel; colors: blue or gray, black running gear. Prices quick
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"Federal grand jury indictments Judge J. Emmet Wolfe returned: .
Washington, Dec. 1C.-Members of
prominent Everglades developers to Saturday night from Miami, where'he ; '
the contrary notwithstanding, the I has held a term of court for Judge the Republican national committee !.t+., latlalate..15..CI...,..1 llLlOii L I ...1ttttt4t888SOrlando
from every state and territory in the HU..tI.II..llt'.t. t ;
vast and fertile swamp is going to be L. W. Bethel, of the eleventh circuit, .
Union are to attend the big powwowtoday.
drained and reflect credit upon every and spoke in highly favorable termsof OI..III.. ..
The meeting will be devotedto
man who has played an honest partin the drainage of the Everglades and .UIIIII.IIIIII
a discussion of party matters,
its reclamation," said Gad D. Bryan the development of the east coast sec-
Chairman Charles D. Hilles and Sec-
of West Palm Beach, who is at tion of Florida."I .
retary James B. Reynolds having
the Everett."I made a trip into the Everglades,"
made this plan in the call issued for
have a contract for building a said Judge Wolfe, "and judging from
the conference. The decision to call
road directly through a portion of the the progress that has been made, the
the national committee results from
'Glades, traversing much of the land big project will some day be completed -I
which critics claim is still submerged and there will be an empire down the party repeated leaders.requests of Republican Water 8z Light Co.. i

," declared Mr. Bryan, add- there."

ing : "When the Everglades developers Judge Wolfe said that new settlers I
who were indicted at Kansas Cityre were arriving in that part of the state BROOKSV1LLE P. 0. LEASE ElectricityGas

given fair trial, they will be acquitted every day, that land was selling at

and exonerated. Among these high prices and it was nothing out, Washington, Dec. The postmaster
is R. J. Bolles, whose work in behalf.f of the ordinary for a new town to I general today accepted the Water Ice

the state, despite obstructions, has spring up within a week. proposal of Algernon Keethly to lease *
proven of incalculable value." In the opinion of Judge Wolfe the new postoffice quarters at Brooks-I

Mr. Bryan declared that any intel- climate is one of the principal assets ;:ville, Fla.
ligent man who would visit the Everglades of that section of the state. He said Office:--No. 18 West Central Avenue

would readily learn that the 'it was so warm at Miami that he tJ
The Banner says: "Ocala is
vast area of swamp land is the most wished that he had carried his linen
have another new businessanotherlumber Telephone No. 6
fertile in the United States. "This suit.
company to be known as the
, area will eventually be the home of "I had a fine trip," said Judge "
Marion Lumber
200,000 prosperous gardeners and Wolfe, "but still Pensacola looks good company

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: A Great Real Estate Bargain |4 |; Another Rare Bargain :i iA

house located in the most fashionable Residence portion of Orlando, A Residence on plot 120 x 130, recently built of the \ery best material and

newly furnished, eight rooms, with all modern and latest improvements, best inside finish, with all modern conveniences, ON THE LAKE OF ORLANDO -
: sleeping porch, bath room, large verandas facing east, west and north; .1 ; 12 rooms, 2 bath rooms included, and a fine garage; with or
without furniture and auto. We recommend this
property, even for
garage, with underground gas tank; with or without furniture and auto.
speculative proposition, and a very rare bargain for a home. THE LOTS I.
The plot this house is on is large enough to divide up in seven lots,

with lake view, and still the house will have 71 feet front and 150 feet PROPERTY. Call at our office soon to secure this opportunity, and we
depth. will gladly show you the property.

As a general rule additions are gotten up to draw the attention of

buyers to the respective real estate offices, but this does not apply to us. Tracts of five, ten and twenty acres of land, at

WE STAKE OUR REPUTATION ON OUR REPRESENTATION $15.00 per acre and up, on terms to suit the purchaser.All .

payments deposited in any Orlando Bank until

One lot 75x123, one block from Court House, facing Lake Eola land is inspected and titles approved by the purchaser.

with orange, grapefruit, tangerine and kumquat trees. A big lake on this land-eight miles from Orlando on

good roads, and one and one quarter miles from railroad
Four lots 60x1)0 on East Central 1 Avenue, facing Lake Eola. ;in station.

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Minute adopted by the Chapter of

St. Luke's Cathedral, Orlando, on the
retirement of the Right Rev. William

II't Crane Gray, D. D., bishop of southern
Although the Chapter of St. Luke's
Cathedral, Orlando, was in some -- -
measure prepared for the resignationof
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our beloved and devoted Bishop by ;
the announcement of his intention to
resign made at the last Annual Convocation -

of this Missionary District, : Society :Pi'omoiioa( ( ( Usoful! C iy.(1gl !
yet now that his resignation is an accomplished -
i ; THESTATE fact and has been accepted --
by the House of Bishops, we look :'ift's. 'V/ooJroy/ "Wilson ami other prominent

with sorrow at the approaching dissolution -
of the ties which have bound people have joined, 3 Invo yon ?

: BANK this years.Parish and the Bishop for many = l

This Church was the first to receive J

Bishop Gray. lie entered it on the ... _.
T. of Orlando morning of January 5, 189:::, when the Ji t .;:'rviwf:'JJ: ': I. .\ VJVI111( ( '1 -.l.10flail '-' t,
Convocation of the Archdeaconry of = -= l ; t
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Southern Florida was in session. lie lol

1893 found in his District then, 20 clergy, ,: ( I kAooomUChvlsiiivw i 1
5 parishes, and 66 mission points. ti 1 r

The Church property under his ad- I t t ClujokOaviiilont \ I I -
LONG ESTABLISHED ministration has increased five-fold.
f SAFE Comment on these figures is unnecessary !) 0pOi> iiO ( t
to prove the Bishop's tireless en-
: and his devotion to the Churchof I
CONSERVATIVE ergy tjniilc
1_ oaviii#) ;
which he is one of the chief over
ACCOMMODATING seers. But his services to the Church fSrDll
:7i Cold l iVtoaoy( ( Iii CasoUiiteii )
and to the Missionary District are
not to be measured wholly by increased -

statistics, valuable as theyare.
A stainless life, a frank and
fearless character, without the shad
ow of guile; an unswerving and outspoken ) 1 States' fioc ry
belief in the faith once for all

delivered to the Saints and in the

I Holy Catholic and Apostolic Church;

personal humility, :with a readinessto : "11 is a pleasure to serve you." ,
maintain the just prerogatives of :

his high office, so as to transmit it =:=====-= ,
P ,: unimpaired to his successor, and all I =
4IMMO without any consciousness of meriton

his part, have made Bishop Grayan
KELLER BUYS GROVE ATALTAMONTE [ MANY NEW MEMBERS ADDEDTO honor and a source of strength to : .1 ;:r.....,!.'. , 1,1t .' :'" ,
: SPRINGS MISSIONARY SOCIETY the Church, and a citizen respectedand "

loved by all his fellow citizens of I
Altamonte, Dec. Healthy Alta. A union -- --- -
meeting of the Home and every religious connection. - - -- ---- -- ---
monte Springs is in the eyes of tourists Foreign Missionary Societies and the With such a Head, this Chapter can +fiiOtll01.ttt+t IO :+t CletIIICII' CIII"I.t.atl'lttOlltrn"y'
i and in the hearts of winter resi Aid Society met with Mrs. J. L Gilesat part only with the deepest regret and

.. dents. The beautiful cottages are her home on Lake Lucerne, forty sorrow. We assure him that while : ;

nearly all occupied by their owners being present. It was a very interesting our official relations with him will L WEi'L's""l

and the famous tourist hotel is rap- meeting, as the captains of the soon be closed, we and the congregation -

idly filling up with guests, and sev- membership committeesere veryhard which we represent will ever esteem -

eral new homes will be erected this at work, together with their him as a dear personal friend, 1 9i

season. band of workers, in getting new mem. for whose welfare our prayers are of-
,, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Briggs, of bers for the societies. A full reportof fered up to the God whom he so faith-
East Greenwich, R. I., have arrived the result of the campaign will be fully serves. flmovI a1.p
and have let the contract for a ten given at the next business meeting. tupn

thousand dollar residence which will So far the Blues are ahead, but the BISHOP CAMERON MANN .
be ready for'occupancy in a few Reds are still living in hopes. i
The Tampa Times in printing a
weeks. Mrs. Curtis
gave an interesting report photo-engraving of Bishop Cameron
Mr. Keller, who has recently sold on the different ways of raising t, ,
Mann, who is to succeed Bishop William -
out his interest in the Reporter-Star money for the society.
Crane Gray, :
newspaper in Orlando, has purchased The society is growing all the time. says
Bishop Cameron Mann, who recently NovV on
s the beautiful home and formerly There
grove have been thirty new membersso i succeeded Bishop Gray in the .
owned the late C. II. Brown.
by far, making ninety-five in all.
southern diocese of Florida, was born
y II r. Keller is very enthusiastic over At the close of the meeting Mrs
in New York April 2, 1851.; Ile took i
his newly acquired home and will Giles served tea, coffee and dough-
his theological course with honors and
soon make it one of the show places nuts, which were enjoyed by all.
is of unusual brilliance of I
in the village, of which there are a man'
already several located here. THE FAVORITE THEATER I mind. He has had a number of important -
charges: and in addition to An elegant line of ChristI I
It is thought that this will be the I
Saturday., Dec. 20th-One Day Only"Tigris' i his regular work he is an author of
prosperous season ever
experi-I i note, writing "October Sermons," $
enced since the town was ,
(In Four Parts) "Five Discourses:: on Future Punish- I These ,
Prospectors have discovered for that desirable the locations Sherlock Holmes outdone. Nothing i!ment" and also many pamphlets on mas suggesuons. nova
pure spring
just like "Tigris" has been v
which have
seen.before. theology and
water found here is of its most i poems appeared -
one .
important attractions, besides nature Very startling changes follow i in a number of magazines. 1 elties fast.
has been most lavish in her gifts of each other in rapid succession to I Bishop Mann comes to Florida from I are going
". the very last. Nearly 2,000 people i Fargo, North Dakota, where he has
soil and climate and all that seems to
actually appear in the film. Over 100 (
be resided for some time past. lIe is a
required is the artistic hand to
.' assist breath-catching scenes in "Tigris." man of personal magnetism and force j F
nature to make this
an earthly
A host of surprises. See the under- Ii .
paradise. and will fill his Florida charge: in his II
ground den; see a trip through the usual capable and efficient manner. i

POSTMASTERS NAMED sewers; see Roland's escape from I I In 1873: he was curate of St. Pe- Everything in this mamaI

death. The enchanted ball room; the ter's at Albany, X. Y., and rector of
Washington, Dec. 17.-Samuel S. fight for life in the dark; the motorcar St. James, Watkins, N. Y., from 1875
Safford was appointed postmaster at episode; the strangest duel ever to 1S82. He then went to Grace moth stock reduced
Boyette, Hillsborough county, Fla."THE : II
fought. A dozen thrills are crowded
church in Kansas City, where he remained -
I into every one of four great parts.Don't until 1901, being consecrated
1. BLUE BIRD CLUB"BY miss it. One night only, Sat- bishop of North Dakota, December 4, I I II
JUNIOR CIVIC LEAGUEThe urday, December 20. Price for this 1901.
Junior Civic League will give show only 5 and 10 cents.

a play, "The Blue Bird Club," at the Matinee 2 to 5. Night CSO to 10. Reserved seats are now on sale at

Orlando opera house the evening of I Curtis & O'Neal's for the Junior I
December 20. The entertainment is HOLIDAY GIFTS League play, "Christmas With the N. P. YOWELL'

to be given for the benefit of the i Call to see us and we will be glad Blue Bird Club." Fifty cents.
poor, and a large attendance is ex to help you make selections amongour
pected. The Juniors deserve it. Do useful lines.HELMS. WOOD EFFICIENCY 1
'I"IIIIG'C.tliC I.SI.' III"Clli&Gllaelel .'1.J'IIOII'.I" .'
not fail to encourage them. HARDWARE CO. I The value of the wood you buy depends -i..t( t'tl ;.. tt't.t' I' tJ I"'I"I'G"&t.++. 1IOII'iltlllllI

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Dollar for dollar and cent for cent, IllJ
t. the wood we offer you is the most efficient -1--

heat producer ever placed on
the market.All .
we ask of you is to investigate


t 1914 PHAETON Evenings

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i EY Accommodating Clerks to wait on
t 1'' 9v PROPRIETORSAT I you.
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: Edward Lawrence, Milton & Del- I Everything guaranteed. J'
mar company, December 16, playingfive I

t'l nights in tabloids and \'audenlle.1Thne o o

t. Reels Pictures Come and
"What Her Diary Told" (American 11 see.

"The Dress of Lolita" (Reliance).
V'v V \y\\ V \ \\ "Levinsky's Holiday."
Afternoon show, 2 to 4:30; 5 centsto
all. j I ALLEI & CO Jewelersq

I' Night show, 7:15-8:15-9:15; admission ,
ORLANDO AUTO AND SUPPLY COMPANY 10 and 20 cents. > i f6C1

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