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 19, 1913
Daily (except Monday)
normalized irregular
Physical Description:
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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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I conserve the ends of a true historical claim held against the city by i
REGULAR SESSION OF record it must be stated that Dr. J. S. McEwan for personal injuries COMES TO FLORIDAFAR REPUBLICANS WITH I'N-
CITY COUNCILSIMSANDGWYNNEHAYEIT .the last regular meeting of the city sustained when his automobile II WOKTHY MOTIVES"CALAMITY

r I council of Orlando under the alder- collided with a street sweeper I I
manic of first of the be settled be-
system municipal government year may
was one of the most interestingin fore the end of the year. I
ENTERTAIN STATE MEDICAL I'I the history of that body. Attorney C. B. Robinson appeared NIKE HIS PROPERTAND I HOWLERS"SAS \

I ASSOCIATION President William Smith was in the before council last night, to ask if the I HIKES OUTNew I

I I I chair; to his left sat Aldermen James city attorney had made report to I
FORMER SAYS DISCRIMINATION |i At a largely attended meeting of i L. Giles and Richard L. Holland, the council, the matter having been referred York, Dec 18.-Perfectly sat- THERE IS A STUDIED Al -

HAS KEEN SHOWN IN CARRYING the Orange County Medical associa- i latter with his right arm in a sling,, to him about' a month ago. I isfied with the arrangements made TE II'T TO DISCREDIT DEMO-

OUT ORDERS OF !;!tion held Wednesday evening at the having sustained a fracture of that, City Solicitor LeRoy B. Giles madea with his wife that he shall receive $10a CRITIC ADMINISTRATION

'office of the secretary, Dr. G. H. I member from cranking his automo- verbal report, wherein he said that week for the rest of his life from AT EXPENSE OF TRUTH
STREET COMMITTEE i Edwards, the annual election of the !bile the day previous. the liability of the city would depend his estate, which he accumulated aft-

I association's officers was held, and I To the right of the president sat largely upon whether the court would I'er years of toil and deeded to her Special to the SentincLWashington

Beginning mildly and growing resulted in the election of Dr. C. D. Aldermen. P. Gwynne, J. B. Walker -, hold that the employes of the city I when they agreed to separate, John Dec. IS.-Speakt,

warmer as it proceeded a colloquy Christ, president; Dr. Samuel Pule- and W. T. Sims. were engaged in the performance of I Il Wynn of Far Rockaway, L I., is today Champ Clark in a speech in the hou t.i -

between Aldermen Sims and Gwynneat son, of Sanford, vice-president; and I In front of the presiding officer : governmental function when sweeping preparing for a trip to Florida at i i today said that the Republican me-

last night's meeting of city council Dr. Gaston H. Edwards, secretary and : was the venerable city clerk, Mr. C. the streets. He admitted, upon her expense. lie is happy and de- of hard times and calamity were the

reached the point where the latter treasurer.It A. Boone, and opposite him at the being questioned by Mr. Robinson, clares that he does not regret having result of a Republican conspiracy to

employed the "dog-in-the-manger", was decided to hold the annual clerk's table, sat City Solicitor LeRoyB. that the city would likely have to depend deeded nearly everything he owns to discredit the Democratic administration -

expression to expand his feelings in banquet on the fourth Wednesday in Giles. upon the view of the matter her when they were married. and that party.

verbal measurements and the former January, at which time plans will be Back of the rail in the part of the taken by the supreme court, and could "Ten dollars a week is more than He defended both the tariff and the

responded with the suggestion that made for the entertainment of the room set apart for spectators was Mr. hardly prevent the case from being enough for me to live on," he said, currency bills, and named as the lead

there might be also a "nigger in the state association, which will meet in E. F. Sperry, mayor-elect under the submitted to a jury in the event that "and I'm just hoping that Eloise will ers of the conspiracy Root, Cannor..

woodpile." Orlando next May. I commission form of government, who action was entered in court. be happy with the rest of the money. Mann, former Governor Hadley o1'

Alderman Sims led off by saying goes into office January 1, 1914. Alderman Giles moved that the She's a mighty good girl, even if we Missouri, Hilles of the Republican

that he had a matter to bring to the ItARVESTER'KING The clerk's table was piled high natter be referred to the finance did fail to get along together, and national committee, "and others o;'
council which struck him LEFT !she is coming down to the station to "
attention of with reports of city department heads, committee for investigation and report -I less note.
as being like the spite fence which I communications to council, and other the report to be heard at an see me off to the South tomorrow. "1 regret that Representative Manis

had been erected recently in Orlando, ESTATE OF MILLIONSI memoranda. The usual order vas adjourned session of council to be She is paying for the trip and it's inspired by political motives in hi-

except that this was a sidewalk; he i I followed. The clerk read the minutes, held Monday night. mighty nice of her." talk about hard times following th-

said he thought it was a spite side- i ii i which were approved and signed by Attorney Robinson stated that his Mr. Wynn, who is sixty-five years inauguration of a Democratic press i

walk. He referred to a walk which WILLIAM DEEMING WHO DIED the president, and the communica- client did not wish to enter suit, andvouid old, operated nearly all of the carriages dent," said the speaker. "It is an ir
had been ordered to 'be laid back of I' I from the Far Rockaway station -
IN MIAMI POSSESSED tions were taken 'up. There were \ much prefer a settlement out contestable statement that every citizen
the lots owned by :Mrs. Annie Rinaldi i several petitions for sidewalks and of couit The claim against the city of the Long Island railroad before Democratic, Republican, Bul'!'

and Mr. Josiah Ferris.' He said thatit VAST FORTUNE I[other such usual matters to dispose amounts to about 2,500, estimated I the advent of taxicabs. lIe invested Mooser, Prohibitionist or Socialist.

had been the usual custom for the 'of, which were referred. actual cost to Dr. McEwan in sur- his money in real estate there wants to see this country prosper, e--
street committee to give ample noticeto Chicago, Dec 18.The entire. es-I'I Mayor-elect Sperry offered his'resignation geon's fee, loss of time from his I when Chief Devery and the others pecially those who have wives ar

parties who were expected to lay tate of William Deering, the .- as a member of the board practice, etc. No item was entered .got in on the "ground floor," so that children."

sidewalks, of from thirty to ninety er manufacturer, estimated at from ''of! bond trustees to take effect Jan- for personal suffering.SHOPPERS 'this fortune was doubled many times. The speaker placed part of th

days. In this instance, he said, Mr. $12,000,000 to $13,000,000, is left to !i nary 1, 1914. This matter was re- I I I[blame for existing industrial cond:
his immediate family, according to I i
Ferris had been served with noticeon I I! ferred to the city attorney for report i SETTLEMENT OF CASE IN !tions on the delay by the senate ,
the terms 6f the will which will be COMEIN
December 1, and that on Decem- :i at Monday night's adjourned meeting. FAVOR LUTHER FLORAL CO. passing the currency bill.
ber 11 the street committee had the offered for probate today. None of i I
I as there was some doubt as to whether "Had the senate within two week
contractor on the ground and the the estate was left to charity, Mr. :, an election should be ordered for BIG CROWDS\ | City Solicitor LeRoy Giles last after its passage by the house pass '
Deering stating in his will he consid- .
work was begun.Alderman I I I: filling Mr. Sperry's place on the night brought to the attention of the currency bID," he claimed, "ther,
Sims said that the ered he had done enough for charity board. I council the suit of the Luther Floral would be no occasion and no excu...

strange part about the action of the during his lifetime. I After a short time Alderman IIol- WEEK TO BE RECORD FOR BUSI company against the city for .damages for the attacks of Representati\
The aped manufacturer died at his '
street committee in this particularwas 'land asked to be excused, as his. game INESS OF LOCAL STORES I' sustained by the overflow of city Mann and other calamity howlers."
winter home at Cocoanut Grove Fla.
that the sidewalks to be laid I I arm was giving him pain. water onto the property of the COJI !)- The speaker said the tightness u,
on December 9, and buried from MORNING HOURS BEST
were on a blind street, and so far as I I All members of the council were I pang which is alleged to have destroyed the money markets was due to the'
he knew it was Paradise Alley, for if his home at Evanston last Sunday.The present except Alderman J. V.:. Jack- a large number of asparagus banks holding back their money because
it had other name he didn't know fortune, the bulk of which consists -.| Judging from the throngs of Christ
any ferns and other plants of considerable I of the uncertainty on currency
of stock in the International son.The mas shoppers that visited the local'
it. lie regarded it as an outrage, he ; council was in session two I'value belonging to the company. Because ]legislation. Once this legislation wa ,
Harvester company and in Chicago stores and passed up and down the
said, and it looked like an effort to I hours. of delay in the trial of the matter .passed the banks would let money CiJ> ,
the in the real estate busi- and Evanston real estate, will be divided I streets inspecting the various window -'
put city
and the further fact that the attorneys and there would be no longer am
in practically equal shares i! displays all day. yesterday and
ness, in order to help the sale of I
for the floral are financial or industrial trouble.
somebody's property in that neigh- among the following heirs: j! BUILDING RECORD FOR last evening this will be a record- company
the firm of Massey & Warjow, and
borhood. lie recited the fact that Mr. ;, Mrs. William Deering, widow, Ev- j i breaking week in business for.the retail I
Mr. Massey is to become attorney for
Ferris had asked Chairman Gwynneof anston. I I YEAR OYERt$352,559REPORT dealers in all lines of goods. 1 the city commission the first of the HITCHCOCK CONTINUES
the street committee for further Charles Deering, son by first wife, While it will soon be too late, in
next Mr. Giles asked that he be
time, but had met with prompt refusal. New York. !I fact it is growing very late, to do !I directed year to present the matter on behalf I TO HINDER PROGRESS
Alderman Sims expressed the fur- James Deering, son by second wife, early Christmas shopping, shoppers
I! JUST MADE DOES NOT of the city to the commissioners
that in the Chicago. can secure better service and satis- ,'
ther opinion forcing layingof
of the
incoming administration, with
a sidewalk at this point that the Charles Deering, Jr., grandson,I I INCLUDE SMALLER faction and help the clerks and emi i I'
I the view to securing a settlement.. ON CURRENCY BILL BY OFFERING -
city was guilty of squeezing blood Honolulu. I WOKK ployes of the stores by shopping during 'This
authority was granted by coun '
money out of the property owners Roger Deering, invalid son ofj I I i the morning hours. In the morning i cil. IMPOSSIBLE AMENDMENTS -

who were forced to comply with the Charles Deering, Florence, Italy. j 1 I' Plumbing Inspector 0. E. McIntosh the goods and displays are in

order. lIe said he thought it was the 1 Marion Deering, son of Charles I I finished yesterday! a compilation of good shape and choice. can be more
duty of council to repudiate the ac- Deering, Chicago and New York. !! the figures showing the amount of easily made. GIFTS TO I>'PRESBYTERIAN Special to the Sentin.LWashington
tion of the street committee in this Mrs. Richard Ely Danielson, daugh-I money represented in the building Many of the stores kept open last S. S. ROOM FOR ORPHANS Dec. 18.-Having curtailed -

particular; that he wanted the coun- ter of Charles Deering, Chicago. I I permits issued since February 1, 1913, evening for the first time during the I I debate on the currency bill to

cil to go out of office with clean Deering Howe, son of Mrs. RichardF. I|I with the following result: Inside the present rush and will continue to The Presbyterian Sunday school is fifteen minute speeches, the senatetoday

hands; that he stood for a square deal IIowe (Abby Deering), who diedin I fire limits, 148,793; ; outside, $203764 ,- keep their doors open in the evening now supporting five orphan children, made good headway in the consideration .

to all alike; that there were numerous 1906. ; total, $352,359.The 'until Christmas.: Only those who car. !who have gone from Florida to the of the brll.

instances on record where sidewalkshad Northwestern University at Evans- total building operations for rot possibly do their buying in the i.Thornwell Orphanage at Clinton, S. Amendment after amendment of

been ordered down by the city, ton was the principal beneficiary of the year will run well above this fig- day time should visit the stores in!i C. Every Christmas the members of' fered by Senator Hitchcock was rejected -

and that they had not been laid yet, William Deering during his lifetime, ure. The figures are made up from the evening as it is for the accommo- j i the school remember the orphans by I'I'i and a number proposed b.:

and the action in this case looked 1 l i total gifts amounting to 1000000. I{ February 1, and they do not include dation of these people that the storesare !sending them gifts. They are madei Senator Owen, voicing the jodgmen1.

very much to him a piece of spite:, :any permit issued for building or repair being kept open.CONDEMNATION i i into an attractive package and all are I of the caucus' were approved.

work. "I told Joe Ferris," said Ald- LOST POCKETBOOK WITH | work for fifty dollars or less. i I', sent together. All who wish to contribute Among the Owen amendment
erman Sims, "that I would see the 1 GOODLY SUM OF MONEY J The largest single items figuring in TRIALIS 'I I to the Christmas box this adopted was one which included th

city in hell before I'd pay for that I the report are the Yowell-Duckworth : STILL PENDING I,year are requested to have their gifts I trust companies of the District o':

sidewalk, if I were in his place.' Mr. 1 Unless Mr. William E. Stevenson i'J I. building, $60,000; the Guernsey block'': j at the Sunday school room of the Columbia in the guarantee featureof -

Sims went on to say that he had been finds his pocketbook this will not be : at $35,000, and the Graham block at The trial in the condemnation pro- .! Presbyterian church Sunday morning the bill
told that a member of the street committee a merry Christmas for him. Mr. :: 10000. These figures show how inadequate :ceedings brought by the city againstthe ''without fail, so that the box may be The provision for nationalizingstate ,

was asked why they didn'tproceed Stevenson entered the postoffice yesterday !1 1! is the building record in property of Dr. P. Phillips, being sent in timer to make the little ones institutions was rewritten and
afternoon and took his the actual amount happy for Christmas. the plan made more attractive to
in the same manner with a pocketbook showing represented the store occupied by Scruggs & Dick-;i i I
certain other party who had failed to out to take from it his post ,: in the building operations. The son at the corner of Orange and Pine i ;state banks and trust companies. The
office key, leaving the pocketbook on : Yowell-Duckworth building is esti- : bill will be finally disposed of early
comply with their orders, and this (: I i I is still pending. The entire day was CITY EMPLOYES TO GET l
member said that he didn't care to the shelf desk in the office. When he mated by the owners to cost in the i tomorrow. a
i:spent on it yesterday, a number of CHRISTMAS MONEY TUESDAY
went back the neighborhood of I OOOO when : ,
pocketbook $
against a man who had as was gone.It com-
go 'up i i witnesses being introduced to fix the I '
had a considerable sum of in pleted, or two-thirds more than the'! l GELETT MAKES ASSAULT ON {
much sense as the party in question. money i value of the property condemned. i The city employes will get their I Ii
At this of Alderman Sims' it. Mr. Stevenson is glad of one figures shown in the building permit t i !I MILLER WITH CUE BRIDGEA
juncture |There is a likelihood that the trial [ salary money for December on nextTuesday.
thing, and that is that he had record. It is likely that the actual !Ii 1
remarks Alderman Gwynne told Mr. just !I
Twill! be completed today. : Alderman Sims made the man of the name of Miller, who
he knew to whom he paid his taxes, and the purse con- ,i amount of building done would be
Sims that referred I :
I II motion at last night's meeting of I works in a pool room to the rear ofGelett's ,
and would answer. him. tained the receipt, which will be a more nearly represented in half a million I
council, which was opposed by Ald- barber shop on Church street,
sure means of identification if the dollars for the whole (
Alderman Gwynne stated that Mr. year. I
{ erman Walker, who couldn't see why was struck on the head by Gelett yesterday -
article fell into honest hands. i !
F. B. Dale had invested forty or fifty I I the city employes should be given morning, and laid the flesh

thousand dollars in the vicinity of the KENLY SUCCEEDS EMERSONAS I Special to the SentineL I III !their money ahead of time. II open so that it became necessary to

street in question, and had been the I I THE WEATHER PRESIDENT COAST LINE I II Marzelles, Dec. 18.-A rain of'': "To buy Christmas presents for I take a number of stitches to close

tuse of placing that much taxable i! t I Special TO the Sentinel I II bombs dropped from aeroplanes did their wives and children," replied Ald- up the wound. A dispute arose over

property on the books from which the 1 l Florida: Fair and cooler Friday; Xew York, Dec 18.-J. R.. Kenly,I I fearful execution among a band of erman Sims. I some trivial matter and words were

city would derive a good revenue. He Saturday fair. vice-president of the Atlantic CoastLine Moorish tribesmen at Muley Abselem 'i The question being put to vote multiplied until the lie was passed,

aid that Mr. Dale had taken up the I was today elected president, in Spanish Morocco today, and aided showed Sims and Giles in favor while when Gelett struck Miller. He useda

matter of sidewalks with Mr. Ferris I The rush is on at Curtis & O'Neal's.''succeeding the late T. M. Emerson. the Spanish troops to rout them. Walker and Gwynne voted against it. bridge employed by pool players

). the summer, and that Mr. Ferris Their Christmas store is crowded Mr. Kenly has been identified with Spanish aviators flew over the tribes This left the deciding vote up to the upon which to rest the cue when ranking -

had refused to incur the expense. ,lIe !with beautiful things for old and the Coast Line for thirty-one years, men and with great precision dropped president, who voted in the affirma- i difficult shots. Miller was taken

(Continued on page 8) I young, and the prices are very low. having started as an engineer. I missiles among them. I Ih I tive.I I to the Church Home and Hospital.


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MINISTRY AND THE CHURCH sense duty, they know, also,

Pine Castle, Fla., Dec. 16.-Mrs. Tallahassee, Fla., Dec. U.F. that whatever path of life he may
I. M. Aten and her guest, Mr. J. L. choose he will be successful and always '
B. Stoneman, MONGOMERY b
Sunday, of Quincy, left here Tuesdayfor Miami, Florida: helpful to mankind.Miami
a visit with her sister, Mrs. L. J. I have withdrawn from the minis- Herald.Dr. .
Atkisson was pastor of the
Griffin, of New Smyrna.Mr. try and membership of the Methodist
George Aylard, of Cleveland, church. R. V. ATKISSON. Methodist church in Ocala seven
Ohio, who with his family is spend- years ago and his friends in that city
In the above telegram, Dr. Atkis-
ing the winter in Winter Park, vis- ..will be deeply interested in the above
son announces his having taken a step .
ited between trains Thursday morn- that his intimate friends have been announcement.A
ing with his old friend, Dr. S. W. aware he has been contemplating for special to the Tampa Tribune : WITHion
Reed. says that Dr. Atkisson was given an
some time.
Mrs. Laura A. Jones, of Wellesley honorable dismissal.-Ocala Banner.
Justhat form of activity Dr. At-
Farms, Mass., and Miss Susan B.
kisson will now take up is not knownas
Hall, of Cambridge, Mass., are guestsof yet, but his hundreds of friendsin The friends of Col. Robert W. Davis : ForranouNew
and Mrs. C. C. Hall.
Mr. Miami indulge the hope that he throughout Florida will learn with interest -
and Mrs. Homer Sheldon, of I
Mr. will return to this city and become of his removal to Gainesville
Ashtabula, Ohio, arrived Sunday :
identified with it. IN
,. from Tampa. Col. Davis lived at
: and will their cottagethe
morning occupy There is considerable ground to be- Gainesville thirty years ago, and has
rest of the winter. lieve that Dr. Atkisson will make gone back to his old love, as it were.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Fulford, of Startling Songs DailyAND
i Miami his home, as he has more than At that time he was a member of the
Lockhart, spent Sunday with their
cf, once declared his love for the city law firm of Thrasher, Davis & Hampton. -
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Hansel
rarents and for the people here. They will The Thrasher of that firm was THIS
Miss Hazel Bennett, with her
welcome him with open arms. the father of Attorney B. A. Thrasher .
friends, Miss Lois King and hiss Lu-
Those who know Dr. Atkisson know with whom Col. Davis is to become
cile Rayle, of Orlando, and Miss Lo- Best Motion Pictures and
that he has not taken the decisive associated in the practice of law
radele Phillips enjoyed a picnic dinner I
step indicated in the telegram quoted again.
on the banks of lake Conway
Saturday, and with an auto ride I I I MUSICAL PROGRAM

through the surrounding country in IlilMMIMIMIimmillMHMIMMIIIHIIIIiMMilThe
! the morning with Dr. Bennett and a !
motor boat ride with Mr. J. F. Harris\tf' Gem The Antiseptic Ever Shown in Orlando
in the afternoon, the day was rounded -
(. Barber Shop
out as a joyous occasion.
t Preparations for the Christmas entertainment EVERYTHING NEW AND CLEAN

t are now being made. The UP-TO-DATE EQUIPMENTCongress Matinees Daiy
i program will be about as usual, everybody -
hydraulic enameled chairs, keen-edged implements, electric
r enjoying the Christmas tree massage and hair dryer.
at the school house, from which the EXPERT WORKMEN
gifts will be distributed. Shoe-shining stand for Full line ef tobaccos, 3:30
ladies and gentlemen. cigars and cigarettes. 5c IOe
F Mrs. J. B. Mills, of Clarcona, visited -
. her sister-in-law, Mrs. J. G. Ty- 122 NORTH ORANGE EVENINGS 6:30

r ner, over Sunday. .ilMliltllllMMMMIMMMHIMHtMtMltiltlliltliFIRE

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Mrs. C. V. Tanner. INSURANCE
The Christian Workers met with For
Economy and purchase
' Mrs. C. J. Sweet Thursday afternoon.
f The Baptist Ladies' Aid Society W RIG H T power of your money
will give a fish fry and box supper, ( Success. REALTY &
\. and will sell ice cream and cake Saturday FOR REAL ESTATE Try Wright Farm

evening December 20, on the eouNTRYIIEALESIAU Business
Thats Our and Garden Seeds. in
! grounds at E. L. Sphaler's store. The Florida
fish will be fried by camp fire. JANSEN bulk. "Motto" Quantity
A son, weighing 10 pounds, was
born to :Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Wilkes, IMPROVED AHUNIMPROVE NOTARY and Quality.Fresh .
Dr. C. E. Filbert in at-
t. tendance.Rev.Thursday.. ORLANDOFLORIDA. ueuc Farm Eggs, 40 cents dozen; Ice, 40 cents 100 pounds; Best Creamery Butter, 40

E. A. Milton, of Kissimmee, cents; Sweet Milk, 13 cents quart, 7 cents pint; Oranges 10 cents dozen; Limes 10 celtS

Baptist minister, conducted services dozen; Butter Milk, 10 cents quart. Chesepeak Bay Oysters, (selects) 50 cents quart, gb

Sunday at the Union chapel.Mr. Office in Rock Building ORANGE AVE. Opposite San Juan Hotel.klaalia cents pint.
Harvey A. Fuller, the blind Individual Package.10 Ibs. Ass't Fruits, "That Xmas Present" delivered by Express,

t lecturer chapel next and poet Sunday, will morning.speak at Union == MHIMIIIIMIIMIIIMMIIIHItltlMIMMIIIIIMItHas'always (charges prepaid) all points east of Rocky Mountains, at your door $I.35 cash with order.

:\{ and Mrs. E. L. Sphaler spent -
Sunday afternoon, with relatives in j jr. lililMMMIIIMIMM

Taft. .r l Service IMMHMtf
The latter part of January there Nursery ,
will be given another entertainmentfor
the benefit of the school piano THE GREAT ANNUAL SALE i
fund. The school children have given
their entertainment, the proceeds of

which made a substantial payment on been accepted in Orange County as th ATKANNHR'

the piano. This next entertainmentwill best to be obtained. No one has ever complainedand
be given by the grown folks and .
will comprise all the local talent no oneever will, because our trees are the best

available at the time. If those who and cheapest (in the end) possible to procure. N YvrR Ba1'aill
are able and willing to contribute to' w r[ Wr

the program will give their names to : Who ever heard of one untrue to name or who-
Mrs. Phillips or Miss May, stating .
ever heard of an ignored claim?
what they can be put down for, it :
will be much appreciated. A : Continues Until Christmas December 25
very \V c offer you first choice from the largest stockin ,
good long program is desired miscel-
the world for this season's and
laneous in character, so there will be planting your suc-

something to suit everybody. The admission : cess with our stock is already assured when your New Goods arriving daily, such as Clothing, Shoes, Hats, Notions,

date charge will be sill announced be 25 cents.shortly Exact so- :: grove is'planted. Free advice as to stock and per- and all kinds of Novelties for the Holiday trade. This $25,000.00

that it be borne in mind, I sonal inspection of your land when requested on any
can as a
stock of new and up-to-date merchandise I will sell in this great
large turnout of our good townspeople I planting of 300 trees or more. Suitable discountsto

is especially hoped for. planters of large acreage. In fact, the very best Annual Sale at Sacrifice Prices. Our stock was never more com-

LIVE "NOAH'S ARK" of everything and 0. W. Conner behind it all. plete than now. Every item in our store has been added to with

IN SANTA'S PACK new and up-to-date merchandise. We have a larger line than

Boston, Dec. 17.-Thomas W. Law- ADDRESS ever for you to select from. We will give you more bargains in
son is sending a freight car contain-
ing a mammoth "Noah's Ark," filled : this store that it will pay you to give us a trial, as-the dollars and

with live animals, to his grandchildren -
Henry McCall Jr. and Thomas OCKLAAIIA NURSERiES cents are what you are looking after. It will pay you to visit our

Lawson McCall, sons of Mr. and Mrs. store and see the offerings we have.
Henry McCall, at the McCall ranch,
Crooked River, Ore. Fla.
The "ark" is to arrive Christmas Dept. 23, Tangerine, '

morning. On its trip from' Dream- MIIIHHilllllltMttMIMMItlHIItllllHHIMIMitiHammond H. KallllOY'g r' NewYork Bargain i mr Or fl lallifo

wold it is, guarded the Lawson by two farm Scituate This is, I-_ __ r[ J ll ll.I.I..II.III.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII111111:

what it contains: One hundred and
fifty Plymouth Rock and Rhode Island "
Red hens, with two roosters; two : : : 11111111111::::::

Siamese cats; two English bulldog Gore -- -- -
pups; five Jersey and Holstein cows; I
two sons of the mare Flying Fox's The Cathedral School=
Daughter, a Dreamwold prize win FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.
ner; two pigs. -- --- -- --
The McCalls have a 400-acre ranchin REAL VALUES LOW PRICES Select Boarding and SPECIALS] I

Oregon. Mrs. McCall was Miss Day School For Girls
Dorothy Lawson. I COMPARE I Neckwear at Reduced Prices
Reopens Wednesday, October 1. II

TAMPA OPPOSES SEAMEN'S BILL OUR FURNITURE Primary Preparatory, Intermediate Grades. and College I, From 7 to 10 P. M.

Washington, Dec. .
Senator II
I Also Courses in Music, Art, Elocu-
Fetcher has introduced in the senate \Ve provide the quality of furniture that has long tion, Domestic Science, Physical Cul Voiels and Cotton Crepes at 25 cents per yard. .
resolutions of Tampa board of trade been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the ture. .
opposing the seamen's bill. standard of merit. If an article is here it is good.It Twelve specially trained Teachers.. A few pieces of Messaline Silks at 50 cents per yard.
wouldn't be here were it otherwise. We can't make
this point too clear-it is one of the foundation stonesof Individual attention. Loving care.

Several have thousand been found acres in of Hemando wild celery this business. and. that means. much to any buyer. REV. RODERICK Principal P. COBB, A. M, MISSES HAMILTON & DUNN

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county and negroes have been sellingthe

plant on the streets of Brooks-I McNElLL & DAVIS BLOCK
ville. It is said that Sanford and i
Manatee sections may have to hustleif Cor.;Orange A\ and Church St.; Orlando Ha. News comes from Tallahassee that Agents for Barclay Corsets
the Woman's college has a fine basketball
they keep their present reputationof L : P McCall's Patternsr"
celery prod1.1cers.-St. Augustine team this season and is in good i
Evening Record. shape to carry off all victories. :



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t" Rome, Italy,-Dec. .-The deathof [ELECTRIC L[ YLCUUM CLE&NER L[& [

secretary Cardinal of,Rampolla state, which, former occurred papal : ORLANDO BANK A & TRUST I COMPANY

late last night, was not made knownto I
Pope Pius X. until this morning. :
Orlando Florida.
Cardinal Merry Del Vat and Mon-
signor Giovanni Bressan, the pope's houseS ,I .
room or
private secretary, went to see his ho- your II

liness at an early hour, intending to cleaned without dust or trouble I 1906-1913
break the sad news as gently as pos-

sible.But when the pope heard the name of moving furniture .

of Cardinal Rampolla coupled with

the word "indisposition" he grew pale As the old year draws to a close, many of us wonder what
and begged them to tell him the truth The Pierce Electric Co. send an Experienced
without hesitation, as anxiety and uncertainty has become of the resolutions we made in the beginning' the
affected him more than any- '
thing else. The prelates then told man. year, to open a BANK ACCOUNT. Some have stuck by their

him Rampolla was dead.
resolution, and are now enjoying the ownership of a BANK BOOK,
As recently as Saturday pope
, had received Cardinal Rampolla, who with big round figures written therein, which mean so much to one
was then apparently in his usual
good health and spoke at length about on a "RAINY DAY."

many statement The affairs.pope: later issued the following T If [ fLf Tm CO11inr

"Cardinal Rampolla was one of the e To you who have not realized the joy of your resolution

greatest men in the church. He had through the o d year, MAKE ANOTHER, START NOW, and appreciate
become even greater since he retired
from state affairs." having a BANK ACCOUNT all your own in the ORLANDO

.HUM lit HIMMMMMIMMMMMIMIMHII t HIM BANK & TRUST COMPANY, and we will work for our mutual
II ..
York, Dec. 17.-The steamer r
Tennessee of the Bay State line IHnoch T IT once
reached her pier here early today in i

tow of a tug with about twenty feet I ""M.; M. SMITH, President. W. M. DAVIS Vice-PresMenl. G. E. NOLAN, Cashier.
of the port rail torn away, several @ .
staterooms smashed in and the pilot
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house damaged. She had been collision II II with the four-masted schooner A COMPLETE HOUSE
Mattie Bassett shortly after startingfor a
Providence last night. The crash a a BungalowNewModernLot .

occurred at the entrance to Long : covered with fine large trees full of oranges and

Island Sound. .. grapefruit. Five rooms and bath. Located just off Eola
On board the Tennessee were about .
blocks from Court House. We know
150 passengers and a crew of 45. At ,Park and only a few
the time of the collision most of the : of no other house in Orlando to compare with it at the

passengers were in,the dining salon. price. Terms.
Several were thrown from their feet
and nearly all rushed to the decks. .Orlan Ho11s011
o Opera
No one was hurt.Twentyfive FIVE ACRE TRACTS
sailors, shore leave
Near Lake Underhill. Finest grove land and finest grovesin .
from United States battleships now
Orange County. Develop a grove on your monthly spare
at the Brooklyn navy yard after their change. PRICE $ao PER ACRE. Timber practically pays t
European cruise, were aboard the
for clearing. Dec. 19thP1Q11
Tennessee and rendered valuable aid ,
in quieting passengers. The schooner t
Mattie Bassett was not badly dam- NO INTEREST-NO TAXES
aged. you own the deed. AD i: resents America'sthUIll1
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TO ASK AID OF DELAWARE Room 2. Watkins Block.MiiiimtiiiniiiimitiMiiMMitmiimiiiHin 1L

., '
New York, Dec. 17.-Wireless messages NEILoO'BRIEN
received today at Sandy Hook t"IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'III"III"III"I"'I" ,
from the battleship Vermont, which ;
was disabled last week when she :
broke a shaft, state that on the morn- The AltamonteAltamonte I *
ing of December 14 she was forced to : 50 People AND HiS GREAT 1003 Clean Laughs
reduce speed to eight knots because : II
.f additional trouble. Springs, Florida All Famous AMERICAN Count 'EmMI'NSTRELS

Some of the holding rivets of the :

port truss bearings were carried : 2\jO OPEN
away, the message stated, and on the :
following day she was forced to stop :
Most beautiful spot in all Florida
and request aid from the battleship I
Nine miles from Orlando.
Delaware, which had been detailed to com
accompany the disabled vessel to Nor- : fort and amusements, Golf, etc. Amongthe
folk, Va. tall pines, between two lovely lakes.
The Delaware has taken the Vermont Cusine and service first-class. The largest, highest salaried and most expensively equipped minstrel organization
iri tow and is proceeding at a I : in existence.'

three-knot speed. The message stat- : Car load of magnificent scenic surprises; two big bands; fourteen peoplein

ed that arrival repairs at Norfolk.At can not. be made before I GEO. E. BATES & SON, ProprietorsIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMimilHIMIIIIIIIIMIIIMIIIIIIIIII the orchestra; all feature headline acts. Organized for biij: cities and

leading theaters only.PRICES.
noon yesterday the Vermont reported I
her position at 507 miles east : 50(., 75c., $1.00 AND $1.50
.f Cape Henry, Va. '

Don't Boy an Iron Razor in a Plush BoxIt
A coffee grinding and blending fac-
tory will open for business in St. Pe- may look pretty but is perfectly use-
tersburg this week, this being the
Christmas The market is full
first business of the kind ever attempted less gift. of

in the Sunshine City.HMMIMOtfillllMMII. the "iron razor'1 type of presents.We .

specialize in presents that are both 6

useful and ornamental, and reasonle in price.
Automobile For Hire !
Standard and popular Books, Fine Station-
; New Five Passenger ; ; M. SLEMONS

PHONE 419 i iMMMMIMIIIilimil ery, Art Calendars, Felt and Leather Pillow .

Tops and Table Scarfs, Musical Instruments,

WB AND FIT OPTICAL GLASSES, DO ALL REPAIRING, GRIND KINDS LENSES OF Writing Pictures dollars Desk, etc.A Requisites worth. of real, Alligator value for Goods every, Our Ne ew fall Goods Are No ow Coming in

dollar you spend with .


The Arcade Book and Music Store We sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co.

DR. L H. RAMSDELL made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes.
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Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. 0 Elliott's Table Linen and Towels.
(Successor U Dr. 0. P. Likins) ,
i ORLANDO, . FLORIDA4MHMMMHHIMIHMI I CRISPETTES 5c Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co.

Have you tried & Co. Best
--- -- -- - place in the city to trade.

DRS. WM. HARPER Lspette ? 3!

JOSEPHINE HARPEROSTEOPATHS IF NOT, WHY NOT? At your at favorite dealers] or at
The Crispette Factory,26 W. Pine Street. W. M. SLEMONS ;

Oldest Established Practice In
Orlando CO. 0
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f t South Florida Sentinel The Day After Tomorrow Will Soon K KNULLFLORALCOII I

Postmaster W. R. O'Neal is author- Orlando Opera House Tonight Be the Day Before Yesterday
J' J'SIAn_FERRIS Editor and_01l'nfr. 'ity for the statement that much of With a wealth of new scenery, costly We wish again to call your atten- CUT FLOWERS II FINE GROVE $2200

Entered at the poitoffice at Orlando. Florida the mail which is placed in the post- I wardrobe, tight effects, and all new tion to the remarkable stock of mer- OUR SPECIALTY ;I .
as Second Class Mail Matter office at noon misses the 1:44 train accessories, and with an organizationof chandise we are showing for the :
Phone ( TAMPA, FLA.
J SUBSCRIPTION RATES for the north for the reason that the many fresh faces and novel special Christmas elson-and the prices as 2516 Fife acres, 230 MX-)car-old!budded
. I..el.slll'I.O' .. . !
THE DAILY SENTINEL. postoffice force is not sufficient to features, America's favorite minstrel well as the goods can hardly fail of I I

I One Year .$5.00 handle the large amount of mail de' comedian, Neil O'Brien, and his Great appreciation in these'days of "high trees, half grapefruit and balaiur
Six Months 2.50 posited. American Minstrels, will be the at- costs"-do not take our word for it- pineapple orange; near town id hard
Three Months *-2jFRIDAY This is due largely to the failureof traction at the Orlando opera house look at the goods in the windows- Dr. BucKmaster i j

r business men to get mail into the tonight. This isIr.. O'Brien's second look at the prices-better still, come ; !read. For this and other 1 e bat,
DECEMBER 19, 1913.
t local office earlier in the day. It has season at the head of his own in and see for yourself. I
I in cither rii
gains groves or > property -
f. The dying city council lacks a lot grown to be the habit with a great company. Last year, his first as a EVANS, the Jeweler. I Osteopathic Physician ,

t of being a moribund body, but it many to mail their letter while on star, firmly established this popular II I 132 Orange Avenue seeCooper ,

doesn't lack much of being dead at their way home for the midday meal. minstrel and his splendid company as EVANS STOKE OPEN AT i I I

that. The consequence is the mail piles up one of the country's standard attrac- ; Next door to People's Bank, :
I. 0 within a short space of time and can- tions, and enlisted to his clientele all ; up-stairs. Acute and chronic Atha
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to wish not be handled, sorted and tied in lovers of clean, wholesome, genuine I ; !
It once was customary jewelry store of T. II. Evans diseases treated.Telephone .
weds sunshine and fair weather time for the train. The mail closes minstrelsy. This season Mr. O'Brien I ,
newly will be open at night until ten o'clock
( minutes before the arrival of has determined I 114 ORANGE AVENUE:
but the bride of these days pret thirty to add to the famealready. until Christmas. 578. :
the train. The heaviest deposit of .secured and give his admirers I
fers the shower.
o mail is between the hours of 12:15 a minstrel entertainment even more I: ---- -- -- -- -- | Orlando, Florida ,

The Miami Metropolis says there and 1:15. The mail for every state elaborate and if it is possible, more i 1 tH . II" H 11.1 HI.I..I III I' OW+HH lUll Uti.. f
are no scowls in Miami. There maybe must be tied up separately and cor- enjoyable than his great show of {j r I

no scowls, but we'll wager there rectly labeled. When the mail misses last year. With this object in view !

this train it loses at, least twelve he has surrounded himself with a i,
are some squints.It 0 hours. Postmaster O'Neal thinks company of stars almost as promi- ;,1

1 is hereby chronicled with due this delay will be avoided if the busi- nent as himself, and has staged a | Notice to auto wner! I

solemnity that we have read of one ness men were acquainted with the minstrel production with a lavishness | -

overturned automobile that didn't circumstances, and hopes this notice that is said to challenge comparison j| .. t l I' II +

f' at Elmira. will bear fruit. a with some of the most pretentious : ;
turn turtle. It happened Q shows that have left New York in the I I R. L. HOLLANDwill ;;;; ; ;; illi

II rs. Pankhurst can sing with feel- WILL BUILD HOUSE BOAT past decade. The new "first part" ] Auto

ing and sympathy either side of the AND TAKE TRIP NORTH scene is described as most spectacular recover your old Auto or Buggy ,

ballad, "I'd rather be on the inside and beautiful in its conception and in
the outside look- Beginning work about January 10, its vari-colored effect of white and Make Back and Cush-
looking out than on Tops. j
ing in." J James Laughlin III. will build a houseboat gold. The terraced platform reveals your : I The oil that has

o I The boat is to be constructedat an ensemble of noted singers and '! ion Slip Covers and Auto Top, dust stood the su-
Monroe's Ferry on the St. Johns.It .
The Tampa Times doesn't see much comedians and a big orchestra, all at-
art in the newspaper reproductions of will be sixty feet long, sixteen feet tired in black silk and satin. The effect ( covers. New top or cushion work for preme test
wide and will draw two feet of water.
with the scenic background
"Mona Lisa. Surely the alleged ofj I
sweetness of the smile doesn't gleam The boat will be elegantly fitted white and gold, is said to be most carriages and buggies at reasonable --- TnAT-- -
out, for Mr. Laughlin expects to take pleasing.
through the smud e.Orlando's !
----o-- I!a cruise into northern waters next I i prices. All work and material guar-

.summer, and will live on the boat for BUSINESS AT ORLANDO I

year just drawing building to record a close for is well the .several months. The main cabin will POSTOFFICE IS HEAVY I anteed by T. M. Coppedge, Trimmer Goo Gulf Gasoline

have four berths; there will be double
over three hundred and fifty thou-
sand, without the inclusion of a multi- staterooms, a galley, motor room, and i The business at the Orlando post-
two crew rooms forward. There will -ATR.1. -
office is reported by Postmaster
tude of minor buildings and repairs.
o be a bath room supplied with hot and O'Neal to be heavier this year than

Sentinel readers will be saved half cold fresh water. The interior trim ever in the history of the office. Ev-

f the work and worry of shopping and mings will be in white and mahogany.A ery possible arrangement has been L HOLLAND' CARRIAGE b[ SHOP r : : P. G. WALTON, |;

making selections for Christmas gifts Frisbie motor, six cylinder 50-75 made to handle the holiday business

by reading the advertising columns horse power and burning kerosenewill promptly. The people have responded Ant'l

carefully before starting out. furnish the motive power. Mr. well to the request of the post- PHONES 450-269

) --o- Laughlin is agent for the Frisbie motors master general to send their Christmas !
which are made in sizes from and 'tlll" I t''''.
Without regard to other qualitiesand packages early, much of the
three to seventy-five horse _._ .
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virtues a man may possess, we work is out of the way, but there is

are constrained to the belief that more to come. Postmaster O'Neal I

there is a rich reward somewhere for DEATH OF J. L .MAIRSON urges people to attend to this as soon

the man who has learned to close the J. L. Mairson, prominent Jewish as possible, and save the unpleasantness -
door. citizen, president of the congregationof of rush at the last hours. Our New Holiday StockOffer
Rudolf Sholem, died this morningat
little past midnight in his seventy BOB REED TRIED TO I
Harry Floyd is walking, not run- I

ning, for the senate, because he can't 'I first his aged year.wife.lie Relatives is survived are only by BURN OUT OF JAIL in great variety really desirable and useful presents for
expected I
afford to pay railroad fare. If Harry Bob Reed, held in jail to be tried
to arrive from Live Oak in time of all and is stock
people a most popular in
would write another rhapsody on I for lunacy, set fire to the bedding' ages every respect
for the funeral. The funeral hour
Morton Riddle perhaps Mort would yesterday afternoon and came near
has been set for 10 o'clock tomorrow because of its choice selections, trustworthy values and fair
furnish the transportation. to suffocating himself before Sheriff

o morning synagogue, with by Rabbi services the. The Jewish in- Frank Gordon rescued him. The sheriff prices If you are asking where you can buy the best and

Big deals in Florida are not lim was also nearly smothered by the

ited to real estate transactions. The Sholem terment cemetery.will be made Mairson the Rudolf had smoke. Reed is about thirty-five, and I cheapest this season you will get your answer by looking

Harrington Hall hotel in Ocala was has been in the asylum for the insane -
recently sold for $150,000. The pur- been living in Tampa for eighteen before. I through our large and superior line of attractions and compare -

chaser was Bob Adams, who is well years. Previous to that he lived in and with others.The
Orlando, and had been a resident of I qualities prices '
known through central Florida. TIlE FAVORITE THEATER .
the state thirty-five years. He owned !

1)- considerable property here, one of the Saturday, Dec. 20th-One Day Only
South Carolina is to have one of I
largest parcels being the block bounded "Tigris"In

Tillman its usual promises campaigns-Senator to go out after Ben the by Fortune, Ashley and Tampa- ( Four Parts) I irtue of easonaDle Prices
Sherlock Holmes outdone.
tensively in real estate, but of late Nothing
of Governor Cole Blease, whois
scalp years he has retired from active bus just like "Tigris" has ever been seen I I II I
for senator. South Caro-,
running iness.-Tampa Tribune.Mr. before. Very startling changes fol- II
lina has suffered much, and it does low is never never neglected You will find it in connection with
Mairson lived in Orlando at one other in rapid succession to I

sin seem. it has paid sufficiently for its time and was the early preceptor and the very' last. Nearly 2,000 people I Honest Goods and Genuine Merit throughout our Beautiful

employer of one of Orlando's leading actually appear in the film. Over 100 I

o merchants, )lr, Newton P. Yowell. breath-catching scenes in "Tigris." I I Stock, which is unexcelled in Variety and Quality.
A Paris monkey has acquired the
There are many in this city who remember A host of surprises. See the underground I
cocaine habit and takes the drug with
Mr. Mairson and will regretto den; see a trip through the I I ..
human regularity. What a terrible -
learn of his death. lie was always sewers; see Roland's escape from I
ordeal it must be to live in "GayParee"
loyal to Orlando and kept his mem- death. The enchanted ball room; the i
if the monkeys have to
even bership in the Knights of Pythias fight for life in the dark; the motor!
hit the coke to drown the sensibilities. or-
der in the lodge here. car episode; the strangest duel ever !

I fought. A dozen thrills are crowded. I T.H.Evans the JewelerOPPOSITE
ORLANDO GOLFERS WILL ;into every one of four great parts.Don't .
Some of the officers of the navy I ,
GO TO TAMPA SATURDAYA miss it. One night only, Saturday -
are just beginning to find out thatthere's
administration. The party of Orlando golfers, representing -' December 20. Price for this POSTOFFICE
a new '
the Country Club will show only 5 and 10 cents.
go to ,
admiral who was called the car-
Tampa tonight to play in a tournament Matinee 2 to 5. Night 6:30 to 10. I
pet for singing the "Damn song"
at the Golf and Auto Club there EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING
the secretary of the navy that they'dbeen '
tomorrow.. The following will com-! DOES YOUR SCALP ITCH I
singing that song thirteen years, I
pose the party: Messrs. S. Y. If bottle Davis' Hair
Wayj Remedy
and this was the first time any objection j
had ever been raised. This is L H. Gedge, Ralph Nearby, Frank I doesn't cure we'll give your money _ .
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a frugal administration; no excessive Guernsey, Edwin Beeman and Pro-!i I back. Estes Pharmacy sells it. i --- "11" -
} fessional Davidson. !'! 1"-9-tf i I_ .w
language will be indulged.

upon Congressman which-side his Frank-bread Clark is- buttered.knows I j j I SPECIAL L f FOR TUESDAY t AND Wt EONESOAY f

Fernandina is in his new district and i New Studebakers are HereFour

_, he will urge that place as headquarters -
0 Our famous 40 inch Egyptian Crepe
for the sixth lighthouse district Cylinder, Five Passenger Touring ,
II' Regular price $2.50 Our price $1.75. e
headquarters. Savannah, Brunswick, Car $1,115.Four i ,

and Wilmington Jacksonville, Charleston are after, FernandIna the site Cylinder Landau Roadster, SI 1,265. I 36 inch Silk and Wool Poplin, regular

., Jacksonville was eliminated by the Six Cylinder, Six Passenger Touring Car I $1.25 value, Our price 89 cents.

last Clark's legislature territory. from Congressman'. :; 1,640. I, All Kid Gloves reduced on these two days only.

o Prices f.o.b. Orlando. :
," il
The editor of the Gainesville Sun Ail Cars fully equipped with Electric Lights and

is of the opinion that the man who starter...and every up-to-day equipment. Come XMAS SUGGESTIONS .
extols the "good old times" at the I II
and see them. Gloves (linen CenterpiecesSilk
expense of the present is a victim of

ill health. Editor McCreary is an old. j : 1 I Underwear Doilies Handkerchiefs .

timer and he ought to know. He denies i Hand Bags Mesh Bags Neckwear

that there is any such thing as SanJuan Garage Co. I Dress Patterns in Silk and Woolen Gopds and many others space forbids to mention
"the good old times." The times

were not good in the old days, he All Night Service 1

says, on the contrary they were decidedly -I !

o '. bad. We are quite willing for j .A.EIO B. IvES

. ,;.: the Gainesville editor to have it his 1 AJAX TIRES guaranteed 5000 miles. Five .I
ray.: The present is the Lest time Cfi The Christmas Shopping Place Jt
off for cash.
of any the past is dead and the future -I per cent
I rf
hasn't arrived. I j

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ii Christmas Candies | | T aea Ti N'T MISS

When buying Christmas Candies it is like buying From Santa These Bargains

everything else, you want the best. :-

ti Make the men folks

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

olates your "sweet tooth," which delights! : in.! that 1IS' they can enjoy. The

keen rich flavor ol perfect(;[confection, will be gratified -' % man who comes down

4i9 stairs Christmas morning -
beyond expression.For .
and finds Ladies' Turn or Welts

the most wholesome Candies in the city \ .150; Oxfords, kid and gun metal , , , , , .$1.79

CIRCLE' $3.50: Pumps, one strap, gun metal . . . . . .$2.39

go to $ 1.00 Pumps one strap, tan . . . . . . . . . .$2.69 .

WAITING FOR HIM $3.50: Shoes, kid . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$2.19

$2.50 Shoes, kid . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$1.88
\ I MTCHEN( t \Vill know that has been of his
TT' someone thinking happi- $1.00 Pumps, satin . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$2.29
ness during the excitement of gift-buying. And he'll

also know that "someone" has taken the trouble to find Men's

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

"The Home oi Quality" Rich-Tasting cigar that is as full of Fine Aroma as 5.00; Florsheim, tan or black . . ; . . . . . . .$3.63

Cuban suns could make it.ttiSIIOtOlllllflltttt.tlflllltttltll't. $ 1.30 Howard & Foster, tan or black . . . . . .$3.33;

111'111'.I $3.30: Patent or tan Shoes . . . . . . . .. . . .$2.65
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_. .._ One Lot $3.00 Florsheims . . . . . . . . . . .$2.95
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I LITTLE JANET POULSONREMEMBERS I LADOU; PUT GnU U.\lIL DOWN I SHOPPING BY AUTO $:>.00 Florsheims, Oxfords . . . . . . . . .$2.93;

t; I HER FRIENDSA TWICE IN SUCCESSIONJohn I --....- $::1.50 Fellowcraft, Oxfords . . . . . .'.. ... . . .$3.15:

WADE Shopping by auto is the latest fad. One Lot Oxfords, all leathers . . . . . . . . . .$2.15
THE TUNER few days ago little Janet Poul- Ladou put George Grundahl, There are many farmers and resi-
ORLASDO.FLA. son, the five-year-old daughter of the Florida middleweight champion dents of the towns in the rural districts i Sale Prices are for CASH only
II Rev. Dr. and Mrs. Edward T. Poul- wrestler, down in two bouts last I coming to the city to do their '

son, assisted her father in picking night, the first time in four minutes i i shopping in automobiles. Yesterdaythere Get the habit of watching our windows.

Warman Sells, and Fixes Bicycles, from the trees in the yard of the and thirty seconds, and the next time I i were many strangers in the city <
12-5-tf Baptist parsonage and packing a box in two minutes. The Florida cham-!! coming via touring car. Packages
Court street.
on of oranges to send to the members of pion was no match for the man from I I can be piled in the cars and it beats \
Mr. A 0. Cureton, of Greenville, the primary class of the Baptist Sun- Canada, who has been wrestling for'i the train a block to convey "KrisKringle" [ E. G. DuckworthFEET
in Orlando. I
S. C., is spending today
day school at Bluffton, Ind., where some time with the Johnny Jones I I back home.
Boardman's "Store of Satisfaction"open Dr. Poulson served the Baptist church shows, having a standing challenge I I! The roads are in excellent condition -
at night till Christmas: It before coming to Orlando. A recent to meet all comers. Ladou is much I at the present time and there is
Mr. II. A. Evans, of Savannah, Ga., issue of the Bluffton Evening News heavier than Grundahl, however, and I no reason why mofe persons residing
is among the late arrivals at the San contains the following: the match was uneven. Ladou says i I in the rural districts who have ma-

J tan. "Dr. L W. Dailey this morning received he will remain in Orlando, taking a I chines, should not come into the cityto Orlando Florida
'Buy your holiday presents at home. a letter from Rev. E. T. Poul- class in athletics and agreeing to do their purchasing. There are ,

local merchants have all kinds of son, of Orlando, Florida, telling of the meet any and all wrestlers who may many varieties of Christmas goodsto t-4 1111111.:1.,1111"11111111,11,1111.11" .....
bargains. efforts which the Orlando congrega- wish to secure matches. choose from in the local stores and

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Dawson, who tion is making to raise funds for the After putting Grundahl out last Orlando is the only place to buy. :=..1111111111111111111111111111111111111'111'11'11'lttMoney

are spending the week in Jackson- erection of a new church. The first night, he was immediately 'challengedby II w I II
vile, will return home Sunday. subscriptions were taken at a Wednes- Joe Glande, of Ohio, who was CARD OF THANKSThe i
McCulloch's Department day service recently and on one ap- there to get quick satisfaction out of I to Loan
George for Santa Claus. peal $12,500 was subscribed. Rev. the winner. Glande's challenge was I! members of the Civic League
Store is headquarters throw him in fifteen desire to thank the old
Poulson expects to see the erectionof for Ladou to publicly management
his ad. in the Sentinel today. I
:Rad a fine new edifice within the next minutes. This Ladou failed to do,i of the Grand, also managersof
Messrs. Francis Bourne and II. D. year. He also writes that he and his but a match is to be arranged be, the Lucerne and Favorite theatersfor
Barber, of Sheridan, III, are among daughter, Janet, are sending to the tween the two to take place at the: their very generous advertising a Loans in sums of$500 to $3000on
the visitors to Orlando today. primary department at the Baptist Orlando opera house some time in'few days previous to Civic League
The house guests at the Summerlin Sabbath school a crate of lOG or- the near future. 'day at the Racket Store. IMPROVED INSIDE property fora

ud a few friends enjoyed an informal anges picked in their back yard by The first preliminary bout last I COMMITTEE.
but very delightful musical last Miss Janet, to serve as a Christmas night was between William King, of term years. Principaland

evening.Mr. remembrance for the Baptist primary Orlando, and Joe Davis, of Washington -I PLEASE COMPLAINIf :
interest payable in
F.V.. Cramer, a prominent scholars." ; the other between Willis flyer j monthly

Easiness man of Sioux City, is in and John Smith, both ,of Orlando. I you do not get your paper reg- instalments. '
Orlando and will probably decide to I PUTTING UP SPEED LIMIT The entertainment was good of its ularly and promptly by carrier or by
remain all winter.If I SIGNS AT SEVERAL POINTS kind, and a good sized audience witnessed -'i mail, please notify the office. If any

you want dainty gifts for Christmas it. I change of address inform office. Thatis s. 'J\T..A.
at reasonable prices, go to the Street Superintendent 1:. M. Ben- our only way of knowing that you t

Woman's Exchange; also while there nett was engaged yesterday in putting QUIET WEDDING do not 'get proper service. Phone or j Ho .t""I.e'II'te"IOI I II'I'OII."IClla.t.t"'lt" .
up speed limit signs. One was write us at once. -
leave your order for plum puddingsr tt.t"'Jelil"t"Oie"'I"lil.t'
mince pies "like mother made." erected at the city limits on the Last evening at 8:30:: o'clock at the 9
-19-tf Apopka road, another on the Winter residence of the bride's parents, Mr.i! For beautiful Christmas Gifts call
1 Park road at the Wescott place, an- and Mrs. A. N. Parton, 601 East i I at The Tuttle Shop. 12-12-Ct Christmas Present.Free I
arrived last
Mrs. J. L. Draper other at the Hamlin grove on the Central avenue, Miss Jessie Parton
night from Northampton, Mass., to east Winter Park road, another on !and Mr. Hugh Partin were quietly Cash Registers. Warman fixes 'em Handsome China
spend the winter in Orlando. This Conway avenue near Alderman :married, Rev. J. W. Stagg performing on Court street. 12-5-tf
estimable lady has been coming to Gwynne's place, another on the Pine I the ceremony. Only the familyand Cup and Saucer
this city for many years and her visits Eat what you want. :
Castle road near the city limits. The i intimate friends were present.
are always looked forward to with'speed limit is fifteen miles an hour. i The bride is originally from Georgia Take Eat all a you postscript want. and forget it. Call and see themOur
delight by many and during her residence here For sale by all druggists.
An epidemic of low prices-the! CITY w.lm.FOR $2,000 I has made a number of friends. Mr. l1.-;O-d&\V-lm

cost of high living reduced!-Boys' FOR MUSSELWHITE TRACT Partin has resided in Orange countyfor
Knickerbocker Suits, from 5 to 17 several years, and is a prosperous I GOOD MORNING stock of Xmas Goodies has arrived and we
years, in Navy Blue Worsteds and Action was taken by city council stockman. They will have the best Have you dandruff? If one bottleDavis' are prepared to supply you with Nuts, Mince Meat,
does it
Tweeds, are being cleaned out at last night directing the city clerk to wishes of all of their friends. Hair Remedy not cure
Dates Raisins
back. Estes Figs, Currants. Fruits, Plum Pud-
about half price at Boardman's "Storeof draw a warrant for $2,000 to be de- you get your money
ding Fruit Cake etc., for thatCHRISTMAS
Pharmacy sells it. ,
Satisfaction." livered to Mr. J. P. Musselwhite for CHRISTMAS CANDIES
property deeded to the city for the
Mr. J. C. Pillans, of Electra, and Boys' Double Breasted Suits at and DINNER
extension of Eola park. The warrant
Mrs. J. A. Evans, of Orlando, are in I The sweetest and most desirable below cost, as long as they last. J. C. "
tke city the guests of Mr. W. P. Pil- is to be payable January 1, 1915, candies and chocolates are Butt's. Anno, the Boy Clothier. 12-G-3w !
without interest. It is to be deliv- the I
kind of .
We supply
lans and Mrs. II. J. Anderson, having can every
been called here on account of the ered to Mr. Musselwhite upon the de- highest grade, loose or boxed in any FOR SALE I i THE SANITARY GROCERY
serious illness of their mother, :Mrs. livery of the abstract. The city is to size fancy gift box from half poundup An artistic and beautiful home; j I.
pay for the abstract. larger. modern and complete in every partic
M. A. Pillans.-Lakeland Telegram. to five pounds or CARUTHERS & GORE
BUTT'S CANDY KITCHEN. ular. Seven large rooms and bath;
Window displays do not by any OSCEOLA COMMISSIONERS I immense closets. Screened sleeping I

weans voice the comprehensive stock READY FOR TilE FAIR TODAY'S MENU and rear porches; ten-foot veranda)It Phone 200 6 & 8 Pine Street.
the stores carry-Boardman's "Store i I I Civic Tea and Lunch Room across entire front. A few bearing I
*f Satisfaction," while a cut above Several of the Osceola county com- All Hours trees, flowers and shrubbery. New :
the ordinary in this respect, can not missioners were in the city yesterdayin Soup: and near in, fine location. (! ? CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.

4o justice to the magnificent assortments conference with the fair officials. Vegetable Oyster Any one desiring an ideal home, j $.t..ctl.t. et..o'.e..t"'O.I"'I..tltt..b8+1
they offer Christmas 'buyers. They expect to make a fine exhibit I II Chicken Croquettes address i. .
Visitstore itself. It I for their county during the midwinter Salads: OWNER, P. 0. Box 495. ..11..I&C.ttDI1it' .. . . .,

Mr.' Jfcies Magruder is very, very exposition to be held in Orlando Waldorf Potato and Celery:12-14-lwk-eod I II. Ij

. k&ppy, and also very, very busy February 17-21. I.I: Lettuce and Tomato Christmas Suggestions

these} days-one might suppose that II I Sandwiches: LUTHER THE FLORIST
tke near approach of Christmastide I The safest guide on where to buy I Cream Cheese Pimento Cheese I.
was responsible for his elation-but and what to buy for Christmas is the Ham Cut Flowers FOR MEN
tie real reason is that January sixth advertising pages of the Sentinel. I' Mince Pie Vanilla Cream
will be his wedding day, Miss Adelaide Capt. Niles will arrive this evening' Coffe Tea Cocoa Milk

Voorhees, an attractive young from Sterling, IlL, and will stop with I i CARNATIONS, PANSIES, j Bath Robes Full Dress SetsCombination
lady of Winter Park, being the bride- Mr. J. W. Davis at 106 Irving street.I HAIR FALLING OUT House Coats Sets

to-be. This will be his third winter in Orlando -I I Davis' Hair r.cmed"ill stop it.i POTTED PLANTS Collar Bags Tie Racks
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Prof. George C. Grundahl went upt. and his many friends will be: Money back guarantee. Estes Pharmacy
Orlando yesterday where he has a glad to see him again.A sells it. f 12-9-tf II I Fancy Vest Traveling Cases
t wrestling match with Johnny LaDue, rush order on next spring's fashions The best line of Neckwear' ever brought to' Or-
LOST-At postoffice, about 5 o'clock
of the Johnny Jones Shows. From in Charming Fancy White Waists -
afternoon WOODVeneer
Thursday gentleman'sclasp I lando.
Orlando Mr. Grundahl goes to Jacksonville has brought to Boardman's "Store of pocket book; can be identifiedby
where he wrestles with a Satisfaction" a few dozen of the dain- tax receipt which it contained. i t Cores Special lot of Silk Hose at 25c per pair.
noted champion named Karp. In these tiest "What Will Be" in Indian lawn. Liberal reward for return to Sentinel I Pine
Wm. E. Stevenson. 1219ltOSTEOPATHY Seasoned Heart .
office. Come and look stock
matches Lakeland admirers of Mr. Voile, and Nainsook-not to see these Oak Wood our over.
Grundahl are certain he will give a denotes an indifference to one's per- I
All sizes and lengthsOrlando Let us help you make a selection.
food account of himself. Lakeland
sonal appearance-prices are popular,
Telegram.The $1.00 to $2.00. food YardB.

Tuttle Shop is located DR. J. C .HOWELL
in a part : SCRUGGS
of Berman store, opposite San Juan Eat what you want. Hours, 10-12, 3-5, and by appointment W. KINGSLEY, Proprietor DIOKSON ii

katel. 12-12-Ct Eat Take all a you postscript want. and forget it. No extra charge for house treatment Phone 344 104 W. Pine St. : This store is the home ol Hart Schallner & Marx clothes I : f

If you want the news, read. the For sale by all druggists. Telephone connections Turpentine Chips Fence Posts I II
', Seatinel. ll-30-d&w-lm Office cor. Orange and Central Ares 1 i.

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WOMEN OF DRINK HABIT I House and grove at Fair Villa, 13 I I
acres, of which three acres are
bottle Davis' Hair Rem-I young DRESSMAKING at 307 E. Pine
Back if one St.

Philadelphia, Dec. 17. When a man :edy doesn't cure dandruff or any budded house of 8 grapefruit rooms; good; borders barn; attract-lake; 12-12-lm !

starts drinking it's easy to cure him scalp disease. Estes Pharmacy sells ive winter home. Apply at this office. EVERYTHING NEW for Xmas at Toys |

a of the habit, physicians declare today it 12-9-tf 11-15-lra : the Evans Parlors, No. 100 North

t' but if a woman starts in the FOR SALE Main. Phone 125. 126tfDON'T

there is no hope of curing Street concerts by Saracina's Italian Gild-edge proposition. An orange
same way grove, 130 large trees, including crop; DELAY, but get your Xmas WE ARE NOW PREPARED TO GIVE
ker. This statement was made at the band began in Daytona yesterday\within city limits; about four acres; Photos now at the Evans Parlors,
annual meeting of the Society for for the season.PEOPLE'S. !staked into nineteen lots. Bargain if one block north of court house. Phone YOU A JOY RIDE

Study of Alcohol and Other Narcot- .sold soon. E .A. McBride, 504 Mag- 125. 11-26-tf_.
ics, now in session here. The asser- nolia avenue. 12-18-6t LOST-Rain- coat--,-on-- road---between-

tion that society women who are addicted of-, WANTSMUNNIMAKERS NEW OVERLAND Winter J. D. Burden Park,and Macy Oviedo.Wagon Co.Returnto THROUGH b L CHRISTMAS I GIFT LAND

to drink can not be cured I Run less than 600 miles, demount- 12-18-3t
tie habit was made by Dr. John Dun. able rims and fully equipped. A bar-

New York. While I gain. Owner expecting to leave city LADY SOLICITORS in Orlando, to And Lead You
cn Quackenbos, January 10th. Phone 419, or call 210 we will Dead Sure
cured who drank Notices of Goat Wanted For Sale For take orders for best flavoring extract -
fee has many men Lucerne Circle. 12-18-6t
admits he has Rent, ttt, for this column 2k for one day l i made; also fine line of toilet Through a Land of Plenty This Year
heavily, the physician 50c for three days, or 11.00 for one week for I FOR SALE articles. For particulars, address Box I
failed in most cases to stop society 25 words or less. Money must accompanythe Good property; 40 acres little north 381, Orlando, Fla. 12-16-6t I
advertisements far this column u no:
women from drinking where he was insertions will be made on credit 'of Orlando, on beautiful lake. Young : IT WILL BE A PLEASURE FOR US TO SHOW YOt

called in to attend them. He declared budded grove, bearing; good dwelling. FINE SPORT FISHING at Oakland, : THROUGH OUR IMMENSE LINE OF HOLIDAY
The ideal for and
place poultry dairy Fla. Motor boats and fish boats
he had had interesting expe- FOR SALE farm-good range, plenty room, good for rent by Paul Rhodey. Phone or- : GOODS AND WE ARE SURE IT WILL CONTAIN
riences in the treatment of alcoholics milk trade established. Will sell stock ders to A. J. Willis & Co.'s store. : JUST THE GIFT YOU HAVE PLANNED. OUR COMPLETE

. by hypnotic suggestion. FOR SALE-A good horse. Gus C.'' with place. Box 34, Route 2, Orlando, 11201m. STOCK IS NOW READY FOR YOUR CONSID
Formosa, Fla. 12-2-lra Fla. 12-15-lm
"While I have been able to cure Schultz, Artistic ERATION. FROM TOYS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, !
photographs for Xmas at
seventy-five per cent. of other cases," FOR SALE-Anything in Florida I FOR REM the Evans Parlors, No. 100 N. Main. TO THE USEFUL AND SUBSTANTIAL GIFT, WE

", he said, "I found that society women Real Estate. Orange County 1142.1m Realty Phone 25. 11-15-tf HAVE IN PLENTY; AND AS CHRISTMAS IS ABOUT

were almost without the pale of hope. Company. FOR RENT-Furnished seven-room HERE WE INVITE YOU TO SELECT NOW.
"The secret of suggestion in the FOR SALE-Anything in Florida house. Call at Sentinel. 12-14-tf LOST-Tan colored purse, on either
County Realty Orange avenue or Church street.
Real Estate. Orange
care of alcoholics, he said, "is that 1142-lm EIGHT-ROOM furnished house; gas Return .to Sentinel and receive re-
Company. and electric lights. 205 E. Robinson o ward. MaKe This Store Headquarters
tke patient is awakened to a consciousness 12-18-2t
avenue, on Lake Eola. 12-14-4t
of his own sufficiency and FOR SALE-House and lot; also lots - -
and FOR RENT-Three-room furnishedflat WANTED-Position as dairyman
Broadway, Amelia avenue ;
is on
ii the light of rational explanation Summerlin street. Mrs. Norman Rob- with bath; centrally located. several years' experience; by mar- McCULLOCH'SDEPARTMENT
stirred to exercise power that inheres inson, 301 Concord avenue. ll-274m' Apply, Phone 571, or 23 E. Pine St. ried man. Call on or address L. H.
ia him. No man's will|can withstandan 12-18-3t Jarrett, 205 West Pine St. 11-29-tf

impelling force projected from! FOR SALE-A large bungalow and WHITE CHAUFFEUR wants i
Price FOR RENT-Furnished romos, choice posi- STORENext
North avenue.
his better Godlike nature. The will lot on Address Orange call on Rolla location, close in, only five minutes tion at once; six years' experience;
reasonable. or
may be the thing upon which are Reel at the Steam Laundry. 1149-tf walk from postoffice. Inquire 214 will do own repairing; from New
York. J. W. R. Sentinel.
East Church St. 12-19-3t care
strung all the keys of our objective mod- j'
FOR SALE-New, inexpensive, 12-17-3t
nature, but the will bends and breaks two-story house; five rooms, FOR RENT-Furnished room, with
before impulse launched in the cause bath ern and sleeping porch. Apply 207 electric lights, bath; 4 blocks from WANTED blacksmith capable of Door to Evan's Jewelry Store :
postoffice yard room for auto. 7 W.
America street. 11-19-lm doing heavy machine smithing and
of truth and righteousness.
Robinson avenue, city. 12-14-3t
scroll work.
-- Apply office, South Flor- MMHItMiMIIIIIMIIIIMllMU
FOR SALE-Five or ten acre tract FOR RENT-Rooms, with or without ida Foundry and Machine Works. _
WILSON RESUMES ROUTINE one-half mite outside of city limits; board; newly furnished; large ve- 1 -16-1w 1-

WORK;, RECEIVES CALLERS cleared fenced and improved. Address randa; all conveniences; nothing bet- WANTED-By gentleman of good <. IHIMtMIUMIMIiMMMMIilillllillllllifliiiliH
"Owner," this office. 1240-2w ter for the money in Florida. 205 character, to form the acquaintanceof

Washington, Dec. 17.-President FOR SALE-New residence, 409 An- Magnolia_avenue. __12-17-Gt a nice, respectable lady, betweenthe "
Wilson resumed his routine work to- derson street. Terms, half down, FOR RENT-Furnished house, ten ages of 25 and 35; object, matri- Kill the Chill"All
but received his callers in his balance two years time. Inquire on rooms and sleeping porch; centrally mony if suited. Address F. R., care
day, premises afternoons, or E. H. Gore, located; suitable for either one or Sentinel. 12-14-6t
study in the White House. Later today Caruthers & Gore Sanitary Grocery, two families. Address F. G. Rush,
he planned to take an automobile 6 and 8 E. Pine St. 11-29-lm City. 11-26-tf ARTISTIC Photography for Xmas indications point toward a cold win
now. The Evans Parlors, one block .
ride-his first trip out of doors for
FOR SALE CHEAP-L C. Smith ROOM in private home for rent; 40 north of Court house. Phone 125. ter this and the best to be
year way comfortable
His cold is
more than a very gun, 12 gauge, 28-inch barrels; in acre farm for sale, 21-2 miles out; 11-26-tf
much improved. good condition. A. N. Goodwin, at house and two lots for sale. See Dr. on cold mornings and
The president had three engage- Overstreet Crate Co.'s office. Weller at 311 North Orange avenue., WilY PAY exorbitant rent or board?

ments. He talked with James Spey- 12-16-tf 12-11-lw I it Why of the not owner buy and a little save home the ?agent's Buy : or during the day in your office is to have a

. ver, a New York banker; Commis- FOR SALE FOR RENT New furnished rooms in commission. Address B., Box 178. .
sioner Prouty, of the Interstate Com- KUMQUATS-Send your friends a I new modern home; every convenience 11-30-lm. '
box for Christmas by parcel post; : REZNOR GAS
I merce Commission, and E. P. Wheeler 1 ; kitchenette if desired; reason- HEATER
25c. per hundred. Phone 380, or come able. 14 E. Amelia avenue, next doorto WANTED-To exchange a vacant lot .
of the American Barf
and a committee 12-16-3t .
to 300 E. Concord avenue.
the Wyoming. 12-13-1w I on Concord avenue, Orlando, for a
f I association. Mr. Wheeler's commit-I -- - FOR- -SALE-- --- --" FOR RENT-New furnished rooms in five-passenger car, Ford or Overland They are cheap to buy and very economical
s tee presented invitation i preferred, 1913 1914 model must
an or
r- Five-room bungalow, with bath and new modern home; every convenience -I' ;
t president to attend a meeting of their 0 sleeping porch. 506 Lexington St., ; kitchenette if desired; reason- be in A-No. condition. J. 0. Evans, 3 to 6 cents an hour, according to the
[ association.For Concord Park. Lot 67x230 feet. able. 14 E. Amelia avenue, next doorto I Maitland, Fla. l1- O-tf

I 1211mo. the Wyoming. 12-1-tf I HOUSECLEANING-Any kind of office size-and are the cleanest and most con

trees see W. H. Brokaw. Office ,.FOR SALE-At a bargain, twenty- FOR RENT-" Large, well furnishedroom I or housecleaning wanted by the
l opposite postoffice. Phone 267. i acre grove; five hundred grapefruit to persons wishing suburban day, by young, energetic married woman venient heating made. No wood; ashes or
accommodations also 2

1 r 1-2-tf",_ I trees orange, fifty trees.tangerine Grove should trees, and pay 750 for I truck for land right, close person.; in. Good Address acres opportunity good"A,"-I I 1 12-15-6t(white). Inquire Sentinel office. : oil to carry just turn the valve and strike

itself in two years. Address P. 0.r -
Take your repairing to Warman ont Box 105: Orlando, Fla. Sentinel. 9-8tf I HAND PAINTED CARDS : a match.
Court street. 12-5-tf 12-18-d&w-tf FOR RENT-Parties wishing quiet Appropriate cards for all occasionsmenu .
comfortable home for the wintercan I- place cards, score cards, etc. .
I. FOR SALE find 3 or 4 room apartment, fully Also designs for book plates. Samples v
r Order grapefruit and orange trees 43 acres, located three miles north- equipped for housekeeping, gas, elec- on hand and orders taken at 112
t mow. W. H. Brokaw, salesman. west of Orlando, on S. A. L. R. R., at tric lights, open fireplace, moderaterent Grace St. Phone COS. Lu F. Halsted.

f\ is-2-tf ,lake Fairvilla front Station near station, on Lake; young Fairview grape-; 12-18-Gt, at 217 Robinson Ave. East. tf. 1 ORLANDO l WATER & LIGHT m.C

o fruit and orange grove; land about PEOPLE'S PAINTER
t f A. D. Galbraith, D. V. S., the veterinary half citrus: fruit and half vegetable; FURNISHED ROOMS for light | I can save you money on your
o surgeon, located at T. J. 8-room house, barn; ideal winter housekeeping; every conven- !i painting, papering and sign writing. Gas Department
i r Mathers' livery stable. Phone 14. home, right near Country Club. Address ience; both, hot and cold; electric Try m eand prove it. Work guaran !
I I W. T. Chapman, owner, R. F. D. lights; telephone; close in; rea- teed. Frank Hayworth, decorator,
, iMS-tf. No. 2, Orlando. ll7lmd&wiiiinmitiiiHMMMHMi sonable. 200 E. Robinson Ave.MIMMMIMIMIIMMMMi. I 206 E. South St., Orlando. 12-lG-Gt 4I1111 t'IIIOIII' JIIIIIIII.tlllllll'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'


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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 Amoresatisfactorily '

than in the past. tI\"'

We want all of our old customers, and as many new onesas 4

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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8. \ Y f- .. and Courteous Attention Given to all Patrons.

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G'' Breakfast 7:30: to 9 a. m.

Dinner 11:30: to 2 p. m.

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

Model 43 Chassis: Five-passenger touring car. Wheel base is 116 inches; double drop .
Motor 41.4x51.4; four cylinders, cast in paIrs; unit power plant; cone clutch; selective type transmls-
sion i ; German silver "V" shaped radiator, square tnw type; StromberJ carburetor; ; fUll; floating rear We are prepared to give you
axle.I New Departure bearings. tires, 35 x 4 1-2; Improved Delco electric starting, lIghtIng and ignition
Gasoline capacity, 21 gallons tank carried at rear, pressure feed; Standard emountable riDs! ;
10 inch upholstering; nickel trimmings; body, steel; colors blue or gray, Mack runnIng gear. PrIces clean I and quick service.J. .
Other models $1,150 to $3,000.
fully equipped: Touring car $1,875


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MITCHEL ASKS AID IX extended clemency by the pardoning ability to be here on account of being
NAMING WALDO'S SUCCESSOR board and will now make amends for called to another state for an impor-
his deed in the chaingang instead of tant conference. Taking up the program IIMMMMMMMIMMiMIHM
on the scaffold. Those who saw the President Barber introduced T. *
New York, Dec. 17.-Leaders of po-
negro as he was being taken from his ,Z. Atkeson, of Live Oak, who spoke t .
litical organizations that participatedin cell in the county jail to the turpen- .on grazing for hogs. W. E. Brown, ;I ttntttttttttttttttttttO WI L1CojunnutnttttttnttSi1ai.c
the fusion municipal .
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the happiest man in the state. I methods of raising native hogs, - -
Parroy Mitchel to attend a confer- ililMilililllit
He has been haunted by the fear of t advising the use of pasture and grazing -
eice next week to discuss the appoint-
being hanged for months since the I crops.
of to Rhinelander
ment a successor
death sentence was pronounced. Application At the afternoon session Senator
Iftddo" police commissioner.This .
was made to the pardoningboard Barber delivered his annual addressas
course was adopted by Mr.
to commute his sentence to life president, outlining the work of
){itchet, it is said, because of the refusal -
imprisonment on account of his men- I the association and what it hopes to
of his close friends and advisersto
suggest the name of a man for po- tal condition. I accomplish.At Water Bz Light Co. I

H te commissioner, although endorse- ,
nents: for other places have been STATE LIVE STOCK ASS'N one of the largest and most en-
unerous. MEETS IN GAINESVILLE thusiastic meetings of the Riverview

Neither the Republican nor the board of trade, in Jacksonville, it Electricity.Gas
Greenville, Dec. 17.The Florida
Progressive leaders will submit acapdidate was decided to have an arbor day for
Live Stock association opened annual
although both are reported that suburb. Wednesday, December .
Water Ice
convention in agricultural hall, Uni-I -
17, was the date decided At
do legislation
tft be willing to so versity of Florida, with prayer by Dr. upon.
commissioner this time five hundred trees, consist-
giving the police alaager
John G. Anderson of the Presbyterianchurch. I II
term and increased power is, ing of sycamore, arbor vitae, magno-
.passed. dent of the A. A. Murphree, welcomed, presi-I the' lias, water oaks and live oaks will Office:--No. 18 West Central Avenue
I be planted on the lots and along the
visitors and delegates and gave a I
streets in Riverview. A fine
FIRST MAN SENTENCED IN brief description of the institutionand program
PINELLAS IS COMMUTEDSt. its work. I.has sion.also been planned for the occa- Telephone No. 6iiiiiiiiiiiiiiinimiiiMiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiini

Senator C. F. Barber, of Macclenny,
Petersburg, Dec. 17.-The first president of the association, responded. -
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tei life imprisonment. Jim Preston,\Southern Settlement and Develop_I Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand'si
the negro wife murderer, has been ment organization, regretting his in-i Cfcl Yard, plane Si'. 5-31-tf

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4 I :, A house located in the most fashionable Residence portion of Orlando, Residence on plot 120 x 150, recently built of the very best material and

:r. : newly furnished, eight rooms, with all modern and latest improvements, : best inside finish, with all modern conveniences, ON TilE LAKE OF ORLANDO :: .

: I sleeping porch, bath room, large verandas facing east, west and north; : ; 12 rooms, 2 bath rooms included, and a fine garage; with or : :
: without furniture and auto. We recommend this property, even for a : I
garage, with underground gas tank; with or without furniture and auto.
speculative proposition, and a very rare bargain for a home. TilE LOTS : :
: : The plot this house is on is large enough to divide up in seven lots, :rt ARE NEARLY WORTH THE RICE ASKED FOR THE WHOLE : ::

: with lake view, and still the house will have 71 feet front and 150 feet I PROPERTY. Call at our office soon to secure this opportunity, and we

:. :, depth. ,: will gladly show you the property. :

: : As a general rule advertisements are gotten up to draw the attention i t I:

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

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. I' A big lake on this land-eight miles from Orlando on

:r' : good roads, and one and one quarter miles from railroad :
I : : Four lots 6oxi)oon East Centra I Avenue, facing Lake Eola] in' station. : :

: I ,,,. one of Orlando's best locations. :
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1. ''said that he, also, had asked Mr. Ferris .
; 'as far back as May about laying
i the sidewalks, and that Mr. Ferris

had asked him to delay the matter,

.. .,, and had later refused to lay the SPUG>> ( } -
walks. He said that no man could I

charge that he had done any spite I

work, that he had been over and <
above board in all of his dealings, Ii vSocbty 't.\)romo Ion Usaiiil I Giving"Mrs. i ;
but that he expected to see the ordersof
THESTATE the street committee carried out -::._

while he was its chairman. He said !-- Woodrow Wilson and other prominent
that he could not answer for the failure ;= .

of others to lay sidewalks, for hewas t I people have joined. Have yon VSank -
BANK not chairman of the committeeat <

; that time. He concluded by saying

that he had also gotten in behind ;

John M. Cheney too.

: Orlando "lIe's been gotten in behind so ;L1 'I'I :l:.lWUL c-T"r3; ( -)'
much that he's used to it," retorted

Alderman Sims. "He'd just as soon

1893 }ou'd be in front as behind him." ;-- ) AmountCta'islraas ( t &

Alderman Smith, who was in the ;

chair as president of council, said I ( i ChockCevilfkata \ m A1K )i ir
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LONG ESTABLISHED' that if he was correctly informedthe \ i?

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accepted by the city, and Alderman =
CONSERVATIVEACCOMMODATING Sims said if it had been that he didn't I: 1 : SankGold '

know anything about it. Thus the

discussion continued for some time, t in Caso
1 iVlonoy) )
Alderman Gwynne denying that he

had used profanity in telling Mr. Ferris -

that he (Gwynne) wouldn't be in

office but a short time and he was going -
to see that that sidewalk was ( t) 1 ::

laid Sims before said it he looked went like out.the Alderman sidewalk L \ ittete"It !W IP ll lry

had been ordered down just because

some person who had property in that

vicinity wanted to sell it and that is a pleasure to serve you."
the feet of his prospective purchasers .
might get damp in going there with-

out sidewalks, and thus it continued

MHMMM? until Alderman Gwynne said that no
man would face him and tell him that

DANCE FOR BOARDING PUPILS j PROGRAM OF MUSIC AT he had used his office for political _=_- -1",',"",, '"'':i''III',, h','l''" ': ," '1'1' '11th,,.1''lj'II''I'I'';1''l 1 I '''' "ll\\11'1!,'!I,I"I Ifl'.,I.1 II"'t::",,l"''I''I.',:"III,.,' ''I',,!''I',,:''": ,'.",,,."I" ',,". ''""....,,"'"'.:,' 1"1 I!,"''U,.':,''i'" !'.","'.'I 11'.',IIII",",'.",:"II;" ,:'"j "," ,, q""1 .: ''.''I',!,:,I..I':,,:"II'"1 I,I"" ,"." ':"''", ,i" q;"II 11::11,1 I ,I'":".",:"' I "
AT TilE CATHEDRAL SCHOOL = '" !'' '; "I I"' '" '. ' I I', ' : I''
THE ROSALIND CLUB --" ',:' '", !, "., .,. "l la ,! ."I"' "I :.' ." .,''.. ,, J nl: ", 'j" ,',,: ' ,I'' ,,'', I
purposes, and said it looked to him '!:.:: l'' r ',: !ili;:'l :' : Hi:1: Ii ', . ., 1', ,':l "i) : 'I')'' 'il i"ill !:' : NI I'. //,11"" t: ,
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One of the pleasantest social functions Yesterday afternoon a musical Sims manger _ _.___ _ __ ____ n___ n _.___ __
pro-I whereupon responded that there
of the Christmas season was gram of unusual merit was given in I. might be a "nigger in the woodpile" :+t..IIII.II.O.I.ftOi5. f.eOJ1 GIO.e'tt11 frAn > le.O t.f. .O IIOIIII.,++
held last evening in auditorium. of the Rosalind Club rooms-the delightful ...tit U 1111 II It.YOWELL'S .
too.; The matter was brought to a
the Cathedral school, the occasion being l affair '
being arranged for
termination at this juncture by President t'
the. annual mid-winter dance given the hospitality committee, :Miss Porter Smith, who inquired if there !
by the faculty to the members of : chairman, and Mrs. S. G. Dolive, who
was any one present wished to
the junior and senior classes. Mrs. C. W. Smith, Miss Kilmer and
address council. Alderman Sims stated II I
Owing to the large size of the Miss Noble. .
afterward that he made a motion I;
senior class this year and the limited The tNovv
program was begun by Miss that the council repudiate the action l{ $!
floor space, it was ound necessary Ruth Mcllvaine, who, with wonderfulskill I
of the street committee, but there
to limit the invitations to the boarding and I d
expression played two selections was no second to it. He stood by his 4"1J tuen flova1
pupils and their gentlemen! from McDowell.Mrs. J k i1m
I friends. Campbell Gray sang most position was that unprecedented the action of, and the in committee the- ;: $ u

The room was tastefully decorated sweetly two pretty little songs "Em- course of his remarks called upon I
in potted ferns and Christmas bells barrassment" by Abt, and the old Alderman Walker to testify that
and presented a gay and festive ap- German rhyme, "How Much I Love had been 11
property owners always
pearance. Fruit punch was served' You," and later Dean Gray, whose 0
I given from thirty to ninety days in I
throughout the evening and during beautiful baritone never fails to
compl'ingith such orders. Thuscomplying
;- .the intermission delicious refreshments -I charm, delighted his audience with an with such orders, which on II
; consisting of ice cream and Ii arrangement cf Poe's "Israfel."
Mr. Walker readily did, but council
cakes, were enjoyed by all. "The Land of the Sky-Blue Water," took no action.

Promptly at eleven-thirty, to the I "The Dawn," and the "Elegy" by _

strains of the familiar "Home, Sweet I Massanet, were charmingly sung b,v
Home," the jolly affair was brought I Mrs. W. L. Palmer. Mr. Edward TilE ORLAND CAFE

to a close. Hauselt played a 'cello obligate for
,- The following is a list of those I the "Elegy"-and this. number wa Christmas 12to2and6to8p.m.Dinner, $1.00 elegant line of Christmas

present: I especially beautiful
Misses Mary D. Rowan, Ruth flour The "Evening Star" from Tann

lay, Carrie Hooks, Grace Lewis, Eliz hauser, as a 'cello solo, was given b-Y Please reserve your MENU tables in advance. .. suggestions. These novelties \

abeth Baynard, Olive Dinkle, Margaret Mr. Hauselt, and his wonderful interpretation Oyster Cocktail
Dooley, Marion Jones, Marguerite of the difficult selection Soup
Hodgson, Louise Curtiss, Emma Lum- called forth a warmth of applaus Iced Celery Gherkin I are fast.

mus, lone Neal, Jane Greene, Berta from all listeners. Patties of Sweetbreads Entrees Fiancier
\j (ojEverything
Langenbach; Messrs. Herbert Frank Mrs. J. M. Thayer accompanied Ayparasrua Tips Vinagrette

lin, Joe Cheney, Will Branch, Harold Dean and Mrs. Gray, and Miss Roger. Cardinal Roasts Punch --- s
f Johnson, Welton Johnson, Louie Baas, ta Branch accompanied. Palmer Prime Ribs of Western Beef L r-------
(au natural
f Randolph Cobb, Jerauld Hurlburt, and Mr. Hauselt. Vermont Turkey Oyster Dressing I
Sydney Newell, Montcalm Broward Cranberry Sauce
Miss Dorothy Slemons short
gave Salad in
N. B. Broward, Billy Beardall, Donald reading which was much enjoyed. Fruit Salad I this mammoth -

Lee, Marshall Rowland, Lawrence The club rooms were tastefully dec I Kew Potatoes in Cream Vegetal Spiced Yams

Lawton, James Peatt, Harry Hoffner, orated with pink roses and the "Mex Cauliflower Hollandaise I
Fresh String Evans New
Beets in Butter i stock reduced
George Baas.Truckers ican vine." Desserts .
r- English Plum Pudding
Late in the afternoon the guests Hard and Brandy Sauce

t who planted eggplant i ii in were served delicious turkey patties, Strawberry Mince Pie Shortcake with Whipped Pumpkin Cream Pie ,

i Kissimmee in the early fall are now sandwiches, olives, celery and'coffee.ROSALIND Assorted Fruit
Mixed Note Cafe Xoir
: reaping a harvest. Last week Mr. ,

l Barber received returns from a number NOTICE 1219U Special Dinner Sundays 50 cents

of crates shipped to New Yorkwhich
1 netted him $3.38 per crate after Christmas day and New Year's day WOOD EFFICIENCY j YOWELL1

t r deducting freight and comI1 ssion. each falling on a Thursday, the Rosa The value of the wood you buy de i l

lind Club rooms will be closed on December pends upon its efficiency as a heat
I Warman Repairs and Retires BabyCarriages twenty-fifth and January producer. lf ;
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t on Court street. 12-5-tf I first. 12-10-2t Dollar for dollar and cent for cent, j*'elltll.,1..I..III"I'l lt. .

the wood offer is the .
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Phone 375Subscribe ELDREDGE BARLOW. I 1 1 i 1

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mar company, December 16, playing
five nights in tabloids and vaudeville
Three Reels of Pictures O o
Come and see.
I; "The Woman's Wit" (K. B.). n
"The Little Brother" (Thanhouser)).
\ "Two Men and a Mule, Xo. 3" (Reliance -

ii i ii Afternoon). show, 2 to 4:30; 5 cents ,
i to all. ALLEN & CO Jewelers

t -- Night show, 7:15-8:15-9:15; ,

t ORLANDO AUTO AND SUPPLY COMPANY sion 10 and 20 cents. admiS-1 6C1 J
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