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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 20, 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
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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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Capt. A. V. French, of Sanford, As a usual thing Judge William

READY TO ACCEPT THE 'COST CITY FIn THOUSAND commissioner from Florida to the I! Martin is the first aid to Dan Cupid, CONDITIONS AT ORLANDO WOULD BE BUT A DROPIN

TERMS OUTLINED i Panama-Pacific exposition at San but the judge drew his sights a little THE BUCKET
Francisco, was in Orlando yesterday, close on the mischievous fall iw yesterday -

and talked interestingly of the pro- and declined to accept his fee !
I posed Florida exhibit to be made at in two separate and distinct cases-


SEVERAL DAYS Capt. French said he had canvassedthe ;the license. FOR STATION

situation, having chosen his lieu- j The young fellows, there were two *"

VICE-PRESIDENT FRAMES OF- What is the value of three feet of tenants to assist him in getting up of them, applied first at the county Dr. W. W. Stockberger, chief of DIFFICULTIES OF GOVERNMENT

FER THAT COMPANY DIS- (street on Orange avenue for the I Ia creditable state exhibit. Since the clerk's office for the necessary paper ,the office of drug plants, returned to OWNERSHIP POINTED OUT

POSE OF ALL WESTERN length of a single store front? legislature failed to appropriate any- with which to face the minister, but Washington after several days spentin CAPITALIST INTERESTED

I That's the question which the cir thing with which to make an exhibit, were informed that the clerk had quit Orlando investigating conditions
cuit court has been pondering the Capt. French has undertaken the herculean issuing such certificates some years regarding the location of the government -

I greater part of the week. The testimony task of interesting the county ago, the lady clerk forgetting how experiment station and lab-
Special to the SentineLWashington I' New York, Dec. 19.-Clarence H.
Dec. 19.-Plans for on the subject varied from 'commissioners, boards of trade, city long it was since that office had actedas oratory at this point.
Mackay, president of the Mackay
the dissolution of the American Tele- $1,200 to $6,000, and yesterday the councils and special industries in con- matrimonial agent, but it was a The purpose of Dr. Stockberger'svisit
companies, being asked what he
phone and Telegraph company, knownas jury brought in a verdict. I tributing to an exhibit in a Florida long time ago. Then they went to was to close up the matter of thought of Postmaster General Eurleson's -

the telephone trust, were submit-I The case was that of the city building which is yet to be financed see Judge Martin. And this was the locating the station here, which had i
report that the government take
ted to and virtually accepted by At- against Dr. P. Phillips, in condemnation -I and constructed. second time that the judge did an unusual to do with the taking over of the
the and
over telephone telegraphlines
torney General McReynolds today. I of a strip of ground a few inches I But Capt. French says he has received thing yesterday, for as a usual land given for the farm and the sub- said
The proposals were' submitted by'over three feet in width covered by encouraging responses from thing he takes a man's word for it., scriptions for the erection of the lab-
"The postmaster general is mistaken -
Vice-President Kingsbury of the the store front of Scruggs & Dick- many of the leading men engaged in But the judge looked the youngstersover I oratory building.It .
in his idea that phone companiesare
company. President Wilson expressed son. Dr. Phillips as owner of the cigar manufacturing, phosphate min- and decided that his eyes did I was first proposed to have the
subject to the post road act of
his pleasure with the detailsof property was the principal defendant, I. ing, orange growing, and the like, not deceive him, and the boys were laboratory located at the fair groundsand
of 1866. The court
the dissolution plans in a letter to but the several lessees of the property and he begins to see light ahead for too young for matrimonial honors. the farm some three miles from congress supreme
I of the United States in the Richmondcase
the attorney general. i I were co-defendants, and were the Florida exhibit. He thinks it The boys went away abashed and disappointed towns, but the government vetoed the
((174 U. S. 761)) held that theyare
Some of the terms upon which the I awarded damages and attorneys' fees probable that a sufficient amount of : proposition of having the laboratoryand
In the tele-
not. denominating
conjpany proposes to dissolve are: I(also. The case attracted much atten- money will be raised to make a creditable But business picked up again for the farm separate. When this
graph business as being monopolisticin
Disposition of its holdings in the tion, and the full verdict of the juryis display. the judge, and later in the day he decision of the bureau was made
I its nature he is also mistaken. If
Western Union Telegraph company. given as follows: I II I A part of his plan is to reproduce did; get a fee, and issued license for known the city council withdrew its

Assurance that no niove be made to j I We, the jury, find as follows: .1'.1I 'old Fort Marion of St. Augustine on the marriage of Mr. Oscar F.' May toMrs. :appropriation of $250 toward the there ever has been more continuous,
keen, and even bitter competitionthan
extend its telephone holdings to independent -!I First, that an accurate descriptionof the exposition grounds, thus makinga Myrtle Alma Nicholson, both of erection of, the building, holding thatit
between the Postal and Western -
companies, which are or the property to be taken is as follows picturesque and imposing Florida Winter Garden.CURRfNCY. had no right to make an appropriation -
Union I would be pleased to know
may become competitors of the trust, : The west 383-4 inches of the building. The canvass of the civic for a building to be located Outside -
when and where. The quest
that is all properties in which the west half of the west half of lot 3, bodies for assistance has not begun the city limits. money
tion, however, is the main question.
company has secured holdings block 27, of R. R. Reid's addition to yet, but in time the counties will begiven BIll IS There was something of a general
$900,000,000 would not be a look-in.
amounting to control and no physical Orlando. ': an opportunity to assist in this protest to Dr. Stockberger over the

union made. Question shall be sub-!I Second, that the compensation to good work. If Capt. French succeedshe proposed removal of the laboratory to "The Bell telephone companiesalone

mitted to the department of justice be paid to the defendant Phillips will deserve a lot of credit and the PASSED BY YOn the farm site, and it is understoodthat would demand more than that.
Then there are thousands of independent -
and the interstate commerce commis- therefor is the sum of $4,808, and thanks of Florida. the Board of Trade will make
telephone companies and
sion for "advice and direction" that also the sum of $250 as his attorneys'fees. I this protest formal to the department.
OFS4TO 34 farmers' lines scattered all over the
the company shall make junctions Pending the presentation of this let-
I The entire bill including
MANY NEW country. ,
with independent companies under'certain : Third, that the separate compensation BAPTIST. ter and Dr. Stockberger's personal
telegraph lines, would be about $2-
conditions regarding charges, to be paid to the defendants report to the Washington authorities,

mileage, etc. I i Starbuck & Starbuck for the damage MINISTERS IN FLORIDA DEMOCRATSUEDEEM CAMPAIGN the matter of location remains open, 000,000,000, which is about two-third
the national debt at the close of the
Suits have already been filed to their leasehold is the sum of though the question of planting the
(PLEDGE AND ENACT SECOND civil when intelligent men
against telephone monopolies in Oregon $100, and also $50 for their attorne"s' station at Orlando is settled. Dr. many
MAJOR PIECE OF despaired of the solvency of the re
and Washington, involving the fees. I'ANNUAL CONVENTION OF THE Stockberger was much impressedwith

right to make trunk line connections'!| Fourth, that the separate compen- : CHURCH COMES TO CLOSE LEGISL.TISICE the advantages of having the public. Nor is this the worst. Judging -

from one company to another betweenthe sation to be paid to the defendant WILSON INAUGURATION station here.FUNERAL from English experience that vast
I .\ARCADIA\ would be entirely lost, because
I sum
states. I T. H. Evans is the sum of $360, and 0 *
: under the
It was contended that the government also $50 for his attorney's fees. i SERVICE HELD FOR government management

had the right to dissolve telephone -i I Fifth, that the separate compensation -I I Arcadia, Dec. 19.The Florida Special to the Sentinel LATE CARDINAL RAMPOLLA operating expenses year by year
I I would exceed the income.
companies, refusing to make to be paid to the defendants,I Baptist convention in session the Washington, Dec. 19.The long

this transfer on the ground that such Scruggs & Dickson is the sum of i I third and last day of the three days' fight over the currency bill in the sen- Rome, Dec. 19.-Funeral serviceswas "One of the worst complications

calls constituted interstate commerce.In $100, and also the sum of $50 for 'session held in the First Baptist ate, which began September 18, when held today for the late Cardinal that would arise would be in regardto

the light of the agreement made their attorney's fee. I church in this city, closed at a late the bill'was received from the house Rampolla, who died suddenly on December the contracts between the telegraph -

by the American company to accede E. T. LARRABEE Foreman. :hour last night. A great many measures and was referred to the committee on 16. The coffin was carried companies and the railroads.

to this demand it is a question to be I I I of importance were discussed banking and currency, ended this from the little palace, where the England found this out when it took

decided by the department of justice I .and acted upon by the convention.The evening at 7:42 o'clock, when the bill prelate died, to St. Peter's where were over the telegraph lines and then had

whether or not these suits are to be JOHNSON WANTS BETTER entire session has been signifiedby passed by a vote of 54 to'34. gathered the members of the Sacred to pay the railroads an enormoussum

pressed. i progressive activity. The princi- Six Republicans and one Progressive College, the diplomatic corps, the Pa- to get full control of the telegraph

i TRAFFIC ORDINANCE pal matters ,considered at this morn- voted for the bill. Hitchcock, pal Court, the Roman aristocracy, lines, which were built on the

LAND OWNERS WERE ,: who has been the railroads, and in which the railroads
ing's session was the discussion and Democrat, tf Nebraska, Knights of Malta and a large

PLACED UNDER ARREST I I of the committees' the body of had no interest, the same as in this
adoption reports antagonistic to measure, supported clergy and laymen of all

I I on the orphans' home and woman's the bill on the final vote. nationalities.A country. The English railroads were

Jacksonville, Dec. 19.-Coming all COMMISSIONER WILL OFFER work. Each shows the necessity for As the result was announced cheers requiem mass was celebrated by not modest in their demands and the

the way from his home in Miami, J, I NEW REGULATION FOR ENACTMENT many much needed improvements and broke forth on the Democratic side Monsignor and Piero Jorio, vicar of result was that a perfectly enormous

L. Billingsley arrived in the city yesterday SOON long plans whereby better results of the chamber. St. Peter's, and then Cardinal Vincent and unexpected sum had to be paid

morning for the special purpose may be accomplished. Two hundred The entire day was spent in discussing Vannutelli imparted absolution. by the government to the railroads

of having himself. placed under Commissioner-elect S. A. Johnson delegates were in attendance and the bill under the fifteen min-' The body was afterward taken to to get rid of these contracts.

arrest, warrants having been issued will offer a new traffic regulation practically every section of the state ute rule, and one attempt after another the cemetery in the chapel of the Vat- "As to service, government service

for his arrest and that of R. J. Bolles ; the of the ican would be a joke as compared with
ordinance soon after he takes his seat was represented. on part Republicansto Chapter and later buried in the

both of whom appeared before United on the city commission the first of Yesterday's session of the Baptist amend the measure, either by roll Church of St. Cecilia, of which Car- present service. If you don't believeit

States Commissioner Frank D. Bren- the year. convention opened with devotional call or viva voce vote, was defeated. dinal Rampolla was the protector and just try the government service

nan, immediately after they were arrested -I I One of the features of the ordinance -I exercises, conducted by Rev. E. M. C. !! After some wrangling a conference which he had caused to be magnificently telegraph and telephone, in Europe."

and pleaded not guilty to the will be to cause automobiles t Dunklin, of Tampa, followed by intro- committee was named to meet the restored.

charge against them. Ito duction of the in this conferees POISON NEEDLE MEN AT
I, angle-in to the curb, instead of new pastors house tomorrow morning,

Under an .indictment returned in alongside, as the present custom is. state: and a determined effort will be madeto BRYAN COMES TO FLORIDA WORK IN CHICAGO

the federal court in Kansas City, both I j The advantages of such a systemare I J.1.. Lomis comes from Tennessee get the bill back and a conference FOR THE HOLIDAYS

well known citizens are charged with A. L. Blizard from Ala-. Special to the SentineLChicago
at once apparent. When a stringof to Trilby; report agreed upon tomorrow. Dec. 19.The poison needle -
using the mails to defraud several bama to Hastings; J. B. Dixon from : Congress may adjourn for the holidays Special to the SentineLWashington
cars are "angled in" it is possiblefor men have come to Chicago. Miss
thousand purchasers of Evergladesland Georgia to Jasper S. W. King from either tomorrow afternoon I Dec. 19.Secretaryand
of them (i ; or
any one to pull out without Opal Sumerdunkirk, an Indiana student -
bond fixed in the sum of $1,000in the others ', Oklahoma to Fort Pierce; D. W. Jones Monday. A four weeks' recess is Mrs. William J. Bryan, accompa-
disturbing and '
many at the Bethany Bible Institute,
each being fur nied by their grandson, left here to-
case promptly from Alabama to Sanibel Island J. likely.
more of them can be spotted, or ; was jabbed in the second finger of
nished. 'I B. Webb from Illinois to Lake Helen day to spend the Christmas holidaysat
.placed, within the ; i
same space than her right hand here tonight while at
Commissioner Brennan named their home in Miami, Fla. Secretary -
J. E. Farr from Wisconsin to Cresent CHICAGO'S BIG CHRISTMAS
under the
system now in use. the union station waiting for a trainto
March 10, 1914, as the date for the I. Mr. Johnson proposes to make ai City; J. C. Kayee from Ohio to the i|, TAKEN TO GRANT PARKChicago's New Bryan will return in time for the her home. She came toward the
hearing.The I demonstration of his Sixth Avenue church, Tampa; J. G.I! diplomatic breakfast,
proposition on ticket window calling for help and in
first municipal Christmas which will be given at his residence
date of the
hearing Parsons from
was suggested -I' Kentucky to Cocoa; J. .
Orange In
avenue some day soon. confusion. Her assailant escaped.
by United States District Attorney -I the afternoon both sides of Orange R. Eubanks from Nebraska to St. mounted police and twelve uniformed here. After this the secretary is to

Herbert S. Phillips as being Colud; R. S. Gavin from Alabama to buglers of the First Illinois Cavalry do some speaking through the West,
avenue crowded with and
the earliest time at which he could Lakeland; J. S. Day from Kentucky today headed a procession in whichChicago's and it is not known when hell re-
before will
long it become a serious EDITOR NEAR DEATH
take up the case owing to the amount problem how to handle them without 1 ito Mulberry; W. C. Martin from Massachusetts grst municipal Christmastree turn.

of time required in this case and also to Fort Myers; G. W. Carroll was trasported on the biggest
blocking traffic in the center of the, "WAR WITH MEXICOOR Nashville, Tenn., Dec. 19.-Sumner
more particularly on account of the I from Georgia to Dunellon E. A. truck in the city to Grant Park on
streets. Mr. Johnson believes he has ; "
I ? : A Cunningham, editor of the Confederate -
court engagements he has ahead oft hit the solution.FLORIDIANS Melton, of Florida, to Kissimmee; D. the city's waterfront. Six big black
upon Veteran, who had another hemorrhage -
I I F. Sutler horses drew the tree, which will be
of Florida, to Laurel Hill
; Will be Dr. '
him.Both Wray's subject at the from the nose during the
Billingsley and Bolles were W. B. Parshley, of Florida, to Live placed in position by tonight. I
I Sunday at 11 a. m. night was very low today. Mr. Cunningham -
most emphatic in their pleas of not IN WASHINGTON Oak; J. Barton, of Florida, to McCall.|i Mayor Harrison will push a button "Sermon No. 12" of the series
on is 70 years old and large
guilty and are entirely confident of I The report on foreign missions which will illuminate the tree on
was : 'Love
Courtship and Marriage blood him.
Ii or losses of have weakened
an acquittal when all of the evidenceis Washington, Dec. 19.-Ex-Senator II presented by Dr. C. R. Owens, of De- j!Christmas eve, while five grand opera the Marriage License," he will deliverat

presented. W. H. Milton, of Marianna, and ClintL Land. Dr. W. A. Hobson, of Jacksonville -j stars sing from the balcony of the 7:30 p. m. Other services as us- NITRATE OF SODA CARGO

Allen, of Jacksonville, spent last then addressed the convention I art institute, facing the lake.Don.t ual.
Everybody most
THE WEATHER evening in Washington en route home on the Judson centennial. The con- vited.
I forget the kids. Curtis & Pensacola, Dec. 19.-The British
from New York. Members of the vention then recessed until 2 p. m.
O'Neal have nice things for them all. steamer Mascara, after a voyage of

Florida: Cloudy Saturday and Florida congressional delegation met Musical dolls that almost sing, and Over 200 new members joined the forty days, arrived here today from

Sunday; probably rain and cooler in !them at the train and .entertained No one seems to care whether an dogs, kittens, monkeys, ducks that I Pensacola commercial association last Chile, bringing a cargo of eight thou-

I i" north portion. I I"Jt them during the evening. undertaker starves to death or not. run. .week. sard bags of nitrate of soda.

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ASSESSORS PROTEST W. R. Easling, town marshal, at- BRYAN COMING TO SPEND ;;;;IIIIIIII.IIIIIII.alarrllllllllll.11111111111111111111.1111 11.111111111111.i .
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AGAINST FULL VALUATION tempted to arrest Harvey and a com- HOLIDAYS AT MIAMI "

Tampa, Dec. 18.-That the state ging"panion charge.on the street Harvey on lived the "bootleg-with his Washington, Dec. 18.-Secretary i I' [ 'i r i [ t i'

tax commission's orders would mean wife and two children on thesecond and Mrs. Bryan, with their grandson. MOTION PICTURE CO'SGRPND
higher taxes for Hillsborough county, floor of the city hall building. Citi- will leave Washington at 5:50 tomor-
s to the extent of $18.50 on every pieceof zens took positions around the build row afternoon for Miami, Fla.
property valued at $1,000 on the ing. In response to a shot Harvey I The secretary has not been able to
1913 tax assessment roll, is the cal- appeared, his wife handing him a revolver visit his new Southern home since it
culation of E. F. Sparkman, tax as- as he stood in the door. He at I was completed and he will spend a
sessor here. Mr. Sparkman is one of once opened fire, wounding one man: couple of days there looking over his
the five assessors who signed the call besides Marshal Easling. He finally.I place. i WITH
originated by H. L. Turner, of Duval fell dead from bullet wounds. On the way South the secretarywill

county, for a _convention of assessors stop at Asheville, N. C., Satur- I
and county commissioners in Jackson- from 10 to 4 and will
ville about February 1. DANCE TANGO IN STREETSan also make a short stop at Jackson- i Don Ferrandou
Because the state one-mill school ville, Fla. The party expects to arrive -
tax and one-half mill board of health at Miami Sunday.
tax can not be changed, and the coun- Francisco, Dec. 18.-Sponsored I
ty school tax and special school district by the city, the first of a series of I TN
taxes are not under the control public street dances will be held tonight BUSCH FUNERAL COST $16,263

( of the tax commission or governor, in one of the outlying residence I, New Startling Songs Daily
'< taxes will be higher though no greater districts. fhe city will furnish mu- St. Louis, Dec. 18.-The funeral expenses -
revenue is derived for the general sic, lights and police, the latter hay-!I for Adolphus Busch were .-, ,-- I
county funds or for the general revenue ing been instructed to see that proper: 263, aside from the cost of the cemetery AND THE
and pension fund of the state. decorum is observed. The dance program -i lot and mausoleum. The coffin
Tax Assessor Sparkman declares it which will begin at 8 o'clock i II cost $1,000; steamship transportation, Best Motion Pictures and
would not be just to assess at full and end at 11, includes the tango and: $3,000; special train, $2,513: flowers,
valuation until proper legislation and the "Boston dip. I.I$1,766; undertaker (not including bill
separation of state from county taxes The second public street dance will: in Germany, 4521.06; extra automo- MUSICAL PROGRAM H
has been secured, and has stated he be held next Saturday night in another -:1.I biles, $2,467; music and incidentals,
will not carry out the commission's section of' the city and the thirdof $285.
orders, and assess at full cash value, the series on New Year's eve in
Ever Shown in Orlando
until further.assurance has been given the downtown district when the pub-I The large heating plant at Stetson
him of a proportionate reductionof lic will dance the new year in. university, located on the west side of
the state's levy. The series will be tried as an experiment the campus, heats all of the large
the idea being to establish buildings on the campus and then
Matinees D
PROUD SEMINOLE street dancing as a substitute for the does not exhaust its capacity. This aiy
AT LAST GIVES IX public dance halls which were closed heating plant is probably one of the
by the police commission three most successful heating plants in the
Carlisle, Pa., Dec. lS.-At the Car- months ago. The board of supervisors country. Stetson Note in Florida 3:30EVENINGS
lisle Indian school is Tony Rommie, originated the plan. Metropolis. 5e lOc

a Seminole from the Everglades. 6:30
Though he is of the most courageousof Subscribe for The Daily Sentinel. Subscribe for The Daily Sentinel.
a tribe, who, according to their
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legends, belonged originally to the MiflMIIMiMIHIMCtM 11.1.1111111111111'**
Aztec race, no fanfare marked his FIRE INSURANCE
coming. Yet his entry typified the
surrender of the red man to the For Economy and purchase -

white. W R t G H T. 0 power of your money -
More than seventy years ago the L1lo Success REALTY & sBBD co P''
government recognized the Seminoles, ,
CITY A FOR REAL ESTATE "Try Wright's" Farm
granting all the domain of the vast
Okeechobee country to them. Today COUNTRYREA1ES1ATE Hials Our Business and Garden Seeds. ia

dynamite blasts shake the very kettles (: JAtiSEM Orlando Florida
in their wigwams.The : i ,' bulk. "Motto" Quantity

Seminoles now number about IMPROVED AN 1OTARYUNItIPROVE and Quality.Fresh .
500, independent, asking to be "let
alone." ORLANDO )UbLIC Farm Eggs, 40 cents dozen; Ice, 40 cents 100 pounds; Best Creamery Butter, 40

z Superintendent Friedman says Tony FLORIDA. ;cents; Sweet Milk, 13 cents quart, 7 cents pint; Oranges 10 cents dozen; Limes 10 cents

shall go back to his people with power dozen; Butter Milk, 10 cents quart. Chesepeak Bay Oysters, (selects) 50 cents quart, -50
to raise them. Tony was inspiredto
risk martyrdom by the of Office in Rock Building N. ORANGE AYL Opposite San Juan Hotel cents pint.
courage Individual lbs. Ass't Fruits "That Xmas Present" delivered
Minnie Wilson Moore, the white wo- Package 10 by Express,
man who has championed the cause 11111111111111IIII1111111111111111111111111111111111Iiw (charges prepaid) all points east of Rocky Mountains, at your door $I.35 cash with order.

of the Seminole in song and story _
Through an interpreter Tony has
told of homes encroached fields MillliMIIMIMMIMMIOMMIiiiMH + > ** IMillM I "'
taken, hunting grounds molested, and (\ Nursery Service,
game scarce. He has reluctantly ad-

mitted hungry.that"the Seminoles "sometimesgo II THE GREAT ANNUAL SALEAT III

BRYAN DINES HOG ON AND HOMINY Has always been accepted in Orange County as th H

best to be obtained. No one has ever complainedand

: Washington, Dec. 18.-Secretary no oneever will, because our trees are the best

Bryan spent an hour at the capitol and cheapest (in the end) possible to procure.
. t. Tuesday, but to all inquirers stated w Baraill i mr

that his visit was without particular .\Vho ever heard of one untrue to name or who-
significance. He went up to inquireinto
heard of claim?
the status of diplomatic appointments ever an ignored

now before the senate. Three Continues Until Christmas December 25
We offer you first choice from the largest stockin ,
important nominations are pending,
those of Harry M. Pindell of Illinois the world for this season's planting and your suc-

to be ambassador to Russia;, Brand cess with our stock is already assured when your New Goods arriving daily, such as Clothing, Shoes, Hats, Notions,
Whitlock of Ohio to be minister to
Belgium, and George Fred Williamsof grove is planted. Free advice as to stock and per- and all kinds of Novelties for the Holiday trade. This $25,000.00
Massachusetts be sonal inspection of land when requested on
to minister to your any
stock of and up-to-date merchandise I will sell in this
Greece. The last two named will be planting of 300 trees or more. Suitable discountsto new great

Mr.confirmed Pindell's within nomination a day or must two await, but planters of large acreage. In fact, the very best ; Annual Sale at Sacrifice Prices. Our stock was never more com-

the investigation now being conducted of everything and 0. W. Conner behind it all. plete than now. Every item in our store has been added to with
by a subcommittee.
Mexico came up casually, but it ; new and up-to-date merchandise. We have a larger ]line than

was possession stated of the any department new developments.was not in ADDRESSOOKLAAHA ever for you to select from. We will give you more bargains in

Mr. Bryan met and chatted with Senator ; this store that it will pay you to give us a trial, as the dollars and
Root in the lobby and had lunch-
eon with Senator Kern. The secre- NURSERIES ; cents are what you are looking after. It will pay you to visit our
tary of state displayed his democratic
tastes, for he ate enthusiastically of ; ; store and see the offerings we have.

.' sausage OROZCO and TURN THREATENS hominy TO REBEL TO CAUSE .iMMIillllMMtlllMMMMIIiimilMII Dept:23, Tangerine, Fla. .. H. K r'' N w Y rt U[ i Store Or1alio

Special to the SentinelMexico J
City, Dec. 18.-Pascual
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a commander of a division of federal -- -- -
; volunteer troops in Chihuahua, LIVE STOCK MEN HEAR I
notified the war office today that unless FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. TICK ERADICATION DATA !!
; he be given an allowance of three
thousand pesos a week for himself PRICES- Gainesville Dec. 18.-The attend-!I SATURDAY SPECIALS
; and troops that he and his division REAL VALUES LOW ance at the second day's sessions of

will take the field against Huerta. COMPARE i the Florida Live Stock associationwas Neckwear at Reduced Prices
:This leads the
to confirmation of a double that of the opening day,
report received at El Paso that another -) from all sec-
delegates being present
revolution is FURNITURE From 7 to 10 P.M.
being fomented OUR tions between Tampa and Pensacola.The .
under the leadership of Emilio Vas-" sessions were taken up principally -
quez Gomez, with the possible sup "We provide the quality of furniture that has long in a discussion of the progressof Voiels and Cotton Crepes at 25 cents per yard.A f
port of Felix Diaz. been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the tick eradication in Florida, the
standard of merit. If an article is here it is good. subject being opened in the morningby few pieces of Messaline Silks at 50 cents per yard.
KANSAS BOOTLEGGER KILLED It wouldn't be here were it otherwise. "We can't make Dr. C. F. Dawson, veterinarian of
Bonner Springs, Kas., Dec. IS.- this point too clear-it is one of the foundation stonesof the state board of health.
this business, and that means much to any buyer.McNEil ]MISSES HAULM & DUNN
Rolla Harvey, an alleged "bootlegger Reports from secretaries of county
," was killed and two other men ---- -- live stock clubs and from owners of
were wounded here today in a fight DAVIS BLOCK dipping vats followed and showed
that ensued when a posse of fifteen that the state organization has already Agents for Barclay Corsets
surrounded the city hall building, on I Cor'Orange Ave. and Church SI., Orlando, Ha. been of great benefit to the industry -
the second floor of which Harvey was because it has created a new McCall's Patterns

suspected of conducting a "joint. i'I I interest in the production of live

" More than fifty shots were fired. stock. ,.J.

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t t (From the-Gainesville Sun) [ELECTRICVLCUUM L[ CLEANER l[ [

(" now university The drawing enrollment, in to DeLand a this close,term is, at said, which Stetson to be is ORLANDO l O BANK a I TRUST I COMPANY

larger than during any previous fall
; term. Orlando F orid a.

Have room or house
Work will start immediately on the
erection of a new school building in
cleaned without dust or troubleof 19061913As
Williston, the bond election having!
already passed. The structure will!
cost between $15,000 and $20,000. moving furniture .

The Fort Pierce News says: the old year draws to a close, many of us wonder what
Finally definite action has been tak The Pierce Electric Co. send an Experienced
en, and it is assured that the construction has become of the resolutions we made in the beginning of the
of a modern commodious
school house, to cost $60,000, will be! man. year, to open a BANK ACCOUNT. Some have stuck by their

started very soon. resolution, and are now enjoying the ownership of a BANK BOOK,
\ The Lake City Index says: "Four 1 with big round figures written therein, which mean so much to tone
profitable crops in ten months is the!
record of Withee & Tritle, the Water- on a "RAINY DAY."

town corn, hay truck and farmers.English peas Irish, raised potatoes in T rl[ [ [ELECTRIC l[ T I COIIInL

the between order February mentioned and, were December.produced" i e To you who have not realized the joy of your resolution

through the o'd year, MAKE ANOTHER, START NOW, and appreciate
of the West Bay Naval having a BANK ACCOUNT all your own in the ORLANDO

Stores and Lumber company's big .... BANK & TRUST COMPANY and will work for
we our mutual
mill at St. Andrews. It will be remembered - - -- ... -, -
this mill was destroyed by t benefit.
fire about a month ago. The new mill t
will have a capacity of 30,000 feet a
day, and will employ a larger numberof
men than before. IHnoc rr T ITY but once I

; ; ; M. H. SMITH President.Y.. M. DAVIS, Vice-President. G. E. NOLAN, Cashier. ; ; :
The Lakeland board of trade, in cooperation @
with the business interests
of that city, is arranging to have a MIMIIIMMIMMMMMMMMMIIIMIMHMMtlMMIIMHIIIIIIMIMMMIMMM ::::::::::: ::::::::::: : :::::::::
big celebration of the city's twenty- A COMPLETE HOUSE
ninth birthday on January 1st. The
official program has not been pub- BungalowNewlIodernLot
lished .yet, but it is understood there full SPECIAL FOR
covered with fine large trees of oranges and
will be some big doings on that date. r=
grapefruit. Five rooms and bath. Located just off Eola

Park and only a few blocks from Court House. We knowof
The St. Petersburg Independent of
the 11th says: "Paving on St. Pe no other house in Orlando to compare with it at the Xmas

tersburg's great boulevard which will price. Terms. J; \ { Holidays
extend from Boca Ceiga bay, six I
Miles in a straight line, was ordered I
by the city commissioners at their FIVE ACRE TRACTS
K\ Regular $6 and $7 Pants
session this morning. The street will Near Lake Underhill. Finest grove land and finest grovesin
be paved with brick, 18 feet wide on
Orange County. Develop a grove on your monthly spare
each side of the car track, and bids change. PRICE $50 PER ACRE. Timber practically pays
will be opened by the commissioners Made Measure
January 26th." for clearing. 1\P\ tojjYour

until you own the deed.
I $3.50
speak louder than words i
ver the telephone.,
Room 2. Watkins Block. k'1\\i'P\ \ -
Tears of joy and sadness flow from I


The clean tablecloth'catches' the

early grease spot
AltamonteAltamonte il 34 CH.TJBCI-I S'l B J WET

The smaller an estate, the fewer .

legal questions are involved. .
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Springs, Florida
One can .never buy a satisfactory MMtMMMIOtMMMHMiMIIMMItlftflilMtQiMIHIBIHMilHMMHIMMIIMfcW.
brand of popularity at cut rates.It .

is easier to induce a man to accept
a favor than to take a joke.A Most beautiful spot in all Florida
Nine miles from Orlando. Every com M. SLEMONS

woman hasn't much use for a fort and amusements, Golf, etc. Amongthe ,
man whom she can't teach to be jeal- tall pines, between two lovely lakes.

eus.Why is one's favorite barber always Cusine and service first-class. ur ew fall ooos re ow orning in

busy when one is in a hurry?
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No, Cordelia, you can't settle a
doctor's bill by returning his calls.

The October bride is beginning to
unlearn a few things she didn't Don't Boy an Iron Razor in a Plush BoxIt We sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co.

know.It .
made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes.
may look pretty but is perfectly use-
doesn't take a girl's ideal longto Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and Towels.
develop into a commonplace hus- less Christmas gift. The market is full of
band. Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co.
the "iron razor1' type of presents.We .
& Co. Best place in the city to trade.
j MMIIillllllllliililMMi specialize in presents that are both

i Automobile For Hire j useful and ornamental, and reasonle in price.

; New Five Passenger Standard and popular Books, Fine Station-
: PHONE 419 ery, Art Calendars, Felt and Leather Pillow

Mil IIIIMMM Tops and Table Scarfs, Musical Instruments, AVENUElllllillMMiMIMMMMilllliillllllllliSJMMMiMtHIMM

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

A dollars worth of real value for every
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dollar you spend with MMMMtMMMtMMMIHttHlltMMHiilillltMt i .4

w- CENTRAL AVENUEOrlando's I: The Gem The Antiseptic
Select Boarding and :
Barber Shop
The Arcade Book and Music Store Day School For Girls
DR. L H. RAMSDELL Reopens Wednesday,'October 1. EVERYTHING NEW AND CLEAN-

OPTOMETRIST Primary, Intermediate, and College UP-TO-DATE EQUIPMENT
(Successor to Dr. 0. P. Ukins) .iliillliiMlillllMIMIIIMIIIMiliiiillllllllllliM5c Preparatory Grades. Congress hydraulic enameled chairs, keen-edged implements, electric
Also Courses in Music, Art, Elocution : massage and hair dryer.
Domestic Science, Physical Cul :
Shoe-shining stand for Full line of tobaccos,
HHMMIMiHADRS Have you triedCrispette tm : ladies and gentlemen. cigars and cigarettes.
Twelve specially trained : 122 NORTH
.j(WM. HARPER '? Individual attention. Loving Teaehers.l I ORANGEMIMMItlflMMMIMIIHtMIMIIIIIMMMHIIMiiMI <{.
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IF NOT, WHY NOT? At your at favorite dealers or at Principal. j
The Crispette Factory, 26 W. Pine Street.
i > Oldest Established Practice In

I| \| 19 W. Church Orlando Street Free, upStairsCOfSultaJOnand Examination 12-2-tf THE CRISPETTE 26 W. PINE CO.STREET the shape News Woman's team to comes carry this college from season off all has Tallahassee and victories.a fine is in basketball good that READ( 1 THE( DAilY SENTINah. ( ( 1.l 9.l


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; South Florida SentinelMORNING Southern Ruralist has an arti- I notice that a man who went to doesn't If pne cure bottle R L I Home

AND WEEKLY cle headed, "Buy a Few Good Hens." Kissimmee four years ago with :3.l.7 back. Estes
JtSIAH_FERRIC_ Editor and Owner.: At the present price of ggs we do not is now worth $25,000. It is always: 12-9-tf
Batered at the poctofice Orlando. Floeidt see how any one except Carnegie or best to be precise in figures, 1 find, large trees; 6
u Second Class Mail Matter. Vanderbilt could afford such a luxury. and it wouldn't have done for a moment budded fruit;
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SUBSCRIPTION RATES to have said the man went there
THE DAILY SENTINEL Chattanooga is greatly wrought up with "less than $4" and was now In Orange Court of County.In nursery stock,

One Year ....................$5.00 over finding the skeleton of an Indian worth $25,642.63. It isn't what he's re Estate of are budded; 10
Six Months ............:.. .... 2.50 near the city limits. What is the use worth today but some four years ago. J.Notice Vining is ,hereby Bessie and yards; 8
Three Months ............. ... 125 of getting excited? We heard year You see, in order to have the storybe ,concern,, that
Vininff Freeman
ago that "the only good Indian is a deeply interesting and pathetic, II Vininu minors, : fine condition;
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1913. dead Indian," and as this one is that $3.67 must be there, just like II January Wm. Martin A.D. lake fronts; 700

The teachers are saving up their thought to have belonged to the sev- that; three-sixty-seven. I County at his' '
County at 10 cows; 50 pure
money for a trip to Key West and ententh century, he is probably quite Precisely like calling a telephone I I after as the
Havana. Key West is to be used as dead and therefore quite docile by; number. And suppose you went to I i the thority interest to sell of at and some tools,
the stepping off place. this time. the phone and called for threesixtyseven described real I if taken soon.
The south half
and central should hand I
you northeast
o quarter i Terms is
The St. Petersburg Independent Alabama's newly appointed United over some twenty-five thousand-you section Which 18. I I neces
announces that a young iadies sem- States senator is a newspaper man wouldn't mind a little delay of four petition for such
inary may come to St. Petersburg to named Glass. If senators get "broke"as years, would you? Of course, it Court.Dated December
locate. Since when did they beginto often as editors, the great com- wouldn't be much longer than some of .\ & AthaJ
travel? monwealth of Alabama will be with- the customary delays seem to a man
o out a whole senator about half of the in a hurry. i!
Villa says he is disposed to follow time. What I'm wondering about is this: i AVENUE
the suggestions of the United Statesas how much would that same man have 1"1111"1'111111111"11'11111'111"F
to the rights of the foreigners in California medicos are recommending been worth today if he had gone to Florida
Mexico. Must say that is nice of hot water as a treatment for Kissimmee with $11.67 Figure it
Mr. Villa. those with an unbalanced mind. We yourself; don't expect me to do it.-
o have heard of one Thaw, who has Palm Beach Post. --
The city tax assessor of Pensacolahas been in hot water for the past six # 111111
announced his intention of assessing months because some people think he TO INSURE EARLY DELIVERY
taxes at their full cash value. is slightly demented. According to OF CHRISTMAS GIFTS BY MAILIf
He is to be congratulated upon his, the California theory perhaps Harry Auto ml
admirable ought to be sentenced to a term of: you intend to send your Christmas will
: within the city limits of Hot
o years presents by parcel post, take the
Admiral Peary, who made the trip j Springs, Arkansas, instead of at Mat- following advice: Tops. that has
the teawan. No doubt some of the big
to the Pole, has been lecturing to Buy them at once.
blind. Doc Cook has been lecturingto hotels would take him at reduced Wrap them securely, but DO NOT ion the su-
the deaf all the while. But both rates as a special dining room attrac SEAL THEM.
get away with the masuma.A tion. Address them plainly and fully- covers.
o that is, to street and number.
boom paper in a boom town on FLORIDA FARMS AND GROVES Always write your name and ad- --- -
the East Coast reprints a laudatory George J. Alderman has growing at dress plainly on the package.Do .
article and says it was written by a his home place in town some of the not put any writing in the prices.
well-known sport writer. Further instructions finest green beans the writer has ever i package except a Christmas greeting. Gasoline
are essential; was he in a seen. The vines are very prolific and I Write on the outside cover, if you anteed
sporty frame of mind when' .he wroteit the beans are of unusual length and I wish: "Do not open until Christmas,"
? tenderness.-Punta Gorda Herald. or paste on the package a little tagor
I this .
label bearing inscription.The
,. Adjutant General Foster has been The Irish potato acreage in this department will insure your
appointed a member of the markman- section is said to be growing largerall packages. It will only cost you 5
ship board of the national rifle association the time, and no doubt it will be cents to insure one that is worth up R1 L [ s r : : Agt
: distinction for Florida's ad- increased from time to time to suchan to $25; 10 cents for one worth from
jutant general, and will likely resultin extent that car loads of tubers will 25/to $50. Millions of packages will I II
some of the national matches being leave here next spring.-Callahan I be mailed during the holidays, and of :
held in Florida. Leader. I course some of them will be lost. Donot' :
i 0r lose any of yours when you can I /
The new president of the Atlantic Cane grinding is in full swing at insure them so cheaply.The .
Coast Line, J. R. Kenly, came up Varnell now, and about 200 gallons of main thing to do is to mail
} from the post of engineer. Mr. Ken- fine syrup are being packed daily in four gifts early. You will then avoid
; ly has been identified with the road quart, half gallon and gallon cans. the rush of the last three or four
thirty-one years, and has earned Jiis This syrup is sealed while boiling hot, days before Christmas, the packageswill Our New Holiday StockOffer
promotion. It is good to see the old and the fine flavor is thus indefinitely be sure to reach destination in
t men in the service recognized.Col. preserved. Syrup making will con- time, and your friends will not be dis
: o tinue at the farm for several weeks appointed. in great variety really desirable and useful presents for
Roosevelt has plunged into the yet, and several thousand gallons will I
:. jungle again When the Colonel be made.-Fort Meade Leader. I A GREAT PICTURE. people of all ages and is a most popular stock in every respect

; emerged from the jungle on a pre- because of its choice selections trustworthy values and fair t
: vious occasion the world was wait- Thomas Riley and wife of Dayton, To Be Exhibited At The Favorite ,

I" ing for his opinion. Having fired his Ohio, had such a good opinion of Theatre Today.Telegram prices If you are asking where you can buy the best and
wad the Colonel may not again be received Florida, its climate and people that ( )
t with the same clamor. they decided to come to Jacksonvilleand Jacksonville, Fla., Dec. 18, 1913.B. cheapest this season you will get your answer by looking
make it their future home. E. Miller Orlando Fla.
o They :
There is a slight difference of opin- wanted to come here so bad that they, The great four reel feature film through our large and superior line of attractions and com-

F f ion between Clarence Mackay and not having the necessary wherewithal Tigris, playing here today to packed and with others.
qualities prices
t' Postmaster General Burleson as to for railroad fare, decided to walk, houses You will get it Saturday. pare
the cost of taking over the telephone and they did, all the way from Day- Boost it for all you are worth, for its
t lines of the country-this differenceis ton, accompanied by their dog "Jas- truly a great picture in the truest -
is a billion, one hundred million. per." Of the trio, Jasper seemed to sense of that word. It is full of
t' The Virtue of BasonaDIB Prices
:May'be they'll be able to get togetheryet. be in better condition on their ar enough excitement and thrills to satisfy -
rival. The little trudge of five or six the most ardent moving picturefan.
f o hundred miles did not seem to bother Sherlock Holmes is outdone.
f With the currency bill out of the him much, but Mr. and Mrs. Rileyare The changes come with startling rapidity is never never neglected You will find it in connection with
way, Mr. President and his fam- practically "in." They had livedat and the scenes showing the I
": ily will seek some quiet spot on the Dayton for several years and had underground den, a trip through the Honest Goods and Genuine Meiit throughout our Beautiful

Gulf Coast. Why wasn't the presi- just succeeded in establishing a home sewers, the enchanted ballroom, the Stock which is unexcelled in Variety and Quality.
dent and his family invited to Flor- there when the great flood claimed .fight for life in the dark, the motorcar ,
r' ida for the holiday season? There are them as victims, and everything they I episode, and the strangest duel
: several quiet spots, Sanford, for example : owned except their clothing, was lost ever fought, will give the patrons
in Florida. Jasper News. enough to think about and talk about
o for a month. Let no lover of moving
< The Interstate Commerce Commis- While Florida oranges, promiscuously pictures miss this great feature, and
sion in its annual report shows that dumped into the market, were take my word for it, they will not regret -
T. [ JewelerOPPOSITE
seventy-four per cent of the acci- selling at Pittsburg at an average of it, but will be sorry if they do. vans
dents on railroads are caused through 90 cents a box a few days ago, as JAMES S. CLAR, ,
carelessness or negligence. The com- told by an Associated Press dispatchin Picture Play Critic.J. J
mission wants greater power of su- the Tribune, oranges handled by( POSTOFFICE
pervision over the physical propertyand the Citrus Exchange were bringingan I H. Havlin, of Cincinnati, a
operation of the railroads. average of $2.70 a box on the wealthy hotel and theater man, is
o same day. The incident scarcely needs having plans drawn for a beautiful EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING

Harry Floyd announces that he comment. Intelligent and systematic winter home to be erected in Miami.
hasn't really announced for the senate marketing is sure to pay the grower, The home will be built of reinforced
yet. He is waiting to see how it feelsto while the indiscriminate method results concrete and will cost $14,000. Work
walk to Jacksonville before he only in loss to every one con- will be commenced on it at an early
makes up his mind. Harry reported cerned.-Tampa Tribune. date.

.., that Tampa the time first Tribune he leg was of from complaining his journey Quincy.of to sore the At ------ - I SPECIAL L f FOR T TUESDAY f r AND Wf EUNESDAY E r rOur

feet. 'Sail right if they're sore, New Studebakers are HereFour
Harry, but don't let them get cold.o .
famous 40 inch Egyptian Crepe,

In Orlando the newly-elected com- Car $1,115.Four Cylinder. Five Passenger Touring Regular price $2.50, Our price $).75.

missioners will very soon take up the 36 inch Silk and Wool Poplin, regular
management of affairs of the city. It Cylinder Landau Roadster, $1,265.
will be the first experience of the city $1.25 value, Our price 89 cents.
Cylinder, Six Passenger Touring Car,
I under direct management, and the a 1,640. All Kid Gloves reduced on these two days only.
people are looking on and offering all ,
", the advice they can think of to the I Prices f.o.b. Orlando.All t

men who are to handle affairs. City Cars fully equipped with Electric Lights and : XMAS SUGGESTIONSSilk
government by commission is the new: starter---and every up-to-day equipment. Come 'I
idea, and although it has been tried around and see them. I Hosiery Gloves (Linen CenterpiecesSilk
and found successful in a large number II
I Underwear Doilies HandkerchiefsHand
of places, it is 'still looked uponas
a novelty and some shaking of i Bags Mesh Bags Neckwear
heads. There is no doubt, however, San Juan Garage Co. i Dress Patterns in Silk and Woolen Goods and many others space forbids to mention
that Orlando has chosen her commis-

sioners wisely, and the men. who are All Night Service
to study the interests of the place I .A.EIO E. JvESII
and conduct the business of Orlando t

as though it were a banking house or AJAX TIRES guaranteed 5000 miles, Five
commercial enterprise will surely cent off for cash The Christmas ShoinP1ac" fTHE \ ..,
keep the city right up to the front. per 7

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Christmas CandiesWhen ? Take a TipFroffi I: DONT' MISSThese

buying Christmas Candies it is likt buy- Santa :. Bargains ;

ing everything else, you want the best. v ..

the men folks :

And when you open a package of Butt's Choc- happy with a present I: Removal Saleladies'

olates your "sweet tooth," which delights in that : they can enjoy. The I:

\ keen rich flavor of perfect confection, will be gratified ti :1,I , man who comes down I;

.' stairs Christmas morning fj
beyond expression.For t
e !
and finds Turn or Welts

the most wholesome Candies in the city $3.50 Oxfords, kid and gun metal . . . . . . . .$1.79

I go to LUCERNE CIRCLEWAITING j $3.50 Pumps, one strap, gun metal . . . . . . .$2.39

1 $tOO Pumps, one strap, tan . . . . . . . . .$2.69

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

$2.50 Shoes, kid . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$1.88
KNDY r KITCHEN[ \Vill know that someone has been thinking of his happi-

BUTT'S ness during the excitement of gift-buying. And he'll :. $1.00 Pumps, satin . . . . . . . . . . ... . .$2.29

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 of Quality" Rich-Tasting cigar that is as full of Fine Aroma as $5.00; Florsheim, tan or black . . . . . . . . .$3.65

Cuban suns could make it. I $1.50 Howard & Foster, tan or black . . . . . $3.35

11111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111WADE itlMltMKHMMMMIMMMMIIMMtlMtMMIMMIMSAXFORD : $3.50 Patent or tan Shoes . . . . . . . . . .$2.65

I One Lot $5.00 Florsheims . . . . . . . .. ----$2,95

Cash Registers. Warman fixes 'em EAGLES TO HAVE SCHOOLS CLOSED YESTERDAYFOR $5.00 Florsheims, Oxfords . . . . . . . . . . .$2.95

on Court street. 12-5-tf BIG NEW YEAR'S BALLA CHRISTMAS HOLIDAYS : $3.50 Fellowcraft, Oxfords . . . . . . . . . . .$3.15

Mr. H. M. Kearney, of Durham, the : One Lot Oxfords, all leathers . . . . . . . . . .$2.15
All the schools of
TUNER party of Sanford composed county
THE Ala.. a neighbor of Dr. W. C. Person,
ORLANDO, FLA. is here on a visit. of Messrs. A. Dorner, George;I I closed yesterday for the Christmas : Sale Prices are for CASH only
J Terratus, Dave Adams and A. V. holidays. They will open for the I

:Mr. and Mrs. Chas. W. Griffin, of French, visited Orlando yesterday, in I J spring term Monday, January 5. : Get the habit of watching windows.
Kissimmee, were among the visitorsto the interest of a grand ball and enter-: Several of the teachers will go to .

Mr. P. F. Hodge, of New York city, Orlando yesterday.The tainment to be given at the home of the annual meeting of the Florida

is a late arrival at the San Juan. Christmas dinner at the Orland the Eagles in Sanford the evening. of Educational association to be held atKey

Dr. W. P. Crigler, of Ocala, was hotel promises to be the choicest that December 31. The ball is to be a West December 30 to January 1. & G. Duckworth

among the visitors to Orlando yester- has ever been served at this excellent mask affair. There will be two or- A number of the teachers attending !

hostelry. Many citizens have alreadyreserved' chsetras, continuous dancing, refresh'1 I the convention will take a trip to Ha-

day.Mr.. Lester Beeman expects to leave tables. ments and an elaborate tableau. A vana, special rates being advertisedto

for New York, where he will number of parties from Orlando and be in effect from Key West at FEET FITTER
Sunday Miss Mary McCullough, who is at- :'
weeks.S. I DeLand and other nearby towns are.this season.
spend several tending college in Grove City, Pa.,
expected to attend.INSTRUCTED i There were special exercises in I
V. Bunting returned yesterdayfrom arrived in Orlando last night to spend Orlando Florida JMlliMIMtlMtlltHtiitllMMIMMMMMItilitMIII
Wil- some of the country schools on the ,
a ten days business trip to the holidays with her parents, Mr.
VERDICT IN ;Closing day. Supt. McKinnon reports -
mington, N. C. and Mrs. J. H. McCullough.Miss .
EMILY B. TERRY CASE the schools to be generally in *
and N. B. Brow-I .
Messrs. Montcalm I Gayle Davis, who is attendingthe fine condition. The first term of the

ard left yesterday for Jacksonville to National Park seminary, in Wash- The case of assumpsit damages year has been t unusually prosperous.The I till 11111 11111 11111 11111 11111 11111 MiiMUHHHIMM

spend the holidays with relatives. ington, D. C., arrived last night to brought by Emily B. Terry againstthe city schools celebrated the closing I

Business-like printing. No fuss spend the holidays with her mother, Howard Packard Land company with a Christmas tree, reading of :

and no feathers. The plain, neatj Mrs. M. B. Davis, on Lucerne Circle. ,resulted in an instructed verdict, the school paper, recitations and mu- : Money to Loan

kind that looks right. Phone 24, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Green and there being no defense, of $3,241 for I sic by the high school orchestra. A :

Sentinel.Mrs. daughter, Miss Bonetta, of Sioux the plaintiff in circuit court yester. collection of $10.25 was taken among :
McCord, most estima- of Jesse Bumby the high school students for the I
J. Y. a City, Iowa, spent Thursday in the day. The case poor.
ble lady of Atlanta, arrived in Or- city "as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. against Eldredge & Swick was on i j: Loans in sums of$500 to $3000 j
lando last evening on a visit to Mr. trial last night when court adjourned. ROSALIND NOTICE
Mahlon Gore Mr. and Mrs. Green I
and Mrs. Geo. E. Nolan. on IMPROVED INSIDE for
and Miss Green were en route to St. property ;
and Mrs. F. W. Pain, Miss NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS' Christmas day and New Year's day I
Mr. Petersburg, where they will spend the
?Richmond and Mr. R. R. Dooly, of winter. MEETING, STATE BANK each falling on a Thursday, the Rosalind I a term of FIVE years. Principal

in Orlando last night to Club rooms will be dosed on De-
Geneva, were
Col. E. A. Douglas, some time of and interest in
take in the minstrels. I The annual meeting of the stock- cember twenty-fifth and January ; payable monthly
Oviedo but latterly of Sanford, wherehe
Mr. 0. S. Neilson, manager of the holds the honorable position of holders of The State Bank of Orlando first. 12-19-2t ; instalments.

Fertilizer company, after will be held in the directors' room on
clerk of the
new county of Seminole,
spending several days in this section, first Tuesday in January, 1914, at FAVORITE THEATER TODAY!
was in Orlando last night. Col. Doug-
returned home yesterday. las has to come to a live town once four o'clock p. m. "Tigris," in four mighty reels. S. YJT A. y-
Gray left yesterday for a LOUIS C. MASSEY, President. Sherlock Holmes outdone. The most
Bishop in a while, hence his visit. He was
visit to points in the southern part of enjoying himself, and was being 12-20&12-28 sensational and thrilling feature ever " " " " "

the state. He expects to return in greeted by many of his old friends.A shown before an audience. .. . . t. f j H V w L . > !
time to spend Christmas in Orlando. NOTICE Admission, children 5c.; adults, lOc. mHIIIIMMf
Georgia town has voted in favorof

and County Mr. B.Commissioner F. Boyd were J.among L Dillard Win- saloons, and here is the reason as All children who are members of the "GET THE IIABl1"i i L;| Christmas Present Free

l given by a citizen: "If we are goingto Cradle Roll of the Methodist church
ter Garden's representative citizens For the convenience of the busy
stand for our women folks to wear will send in their offerings to
visiting the county capital yesterday.Mr. please merchant as well as the busy shopper Handsome China
shadow and slit skirts and ttel-t l form Mrs. Sanders by Sunday, December '
have decided to establish in connection -
W. M. Luckette, a prominent
fitting dresses and vulgar hobble! the chil-
21st. This offering goes to
business man of French Lick, Ind., with our regular meal service Cup and Saucer
skirts, and our women learning the

younger dren under four years at Orphans'Home.
merchant's lunch at the
quick ,
visit to Mr. a
arrived last night on a
to dance the boll weevil
Chitwood 113 Magnolia ; nominal price of 25 cents, served I Call and
and Mrs. J. A. themOur
Texas see
Tommy, tango, the bunny hug, Mrs. II. F. Sanders, superintendentof from 11 to 2 and from 5 to 7.
avenue. the bear dance, the calf canter, the Cradle Roll of M. E. Sunday school, The famous 'I

Mr. Irving F. Heyl, who has been buzzard flop, and so.on unvn the line, 19 West Church, over Howland gro- ORLAND CAFE. !
looking after important business mat- the men folks had just aa well have
cery store. Follow the crowd 12-20-2t stock of Xmas Goodies has arrived and
ters in New York city for several their saloons, and the vliole push go we
weeks, for Mr. L. P. Hutton, the arch- to hell together.-Ex. ATTENTIONThe I' are prepared to supply you with Nuts, Mince Meat,

itect, returned to Orlando last even-I ELIJAH WHITEHEAD MAKES Figs, Dates, Raisins, Currants, Fruits, Plum Pud-
the W. C. T. U.
REV. DR. J. E. WRAY ding, Fruit Cake, etc., for thatCHRISTMAS
box of eata-
ing.If preparing a Christmas Whitehead, one of the oldest
want dainty gifts for Christ- BACK FROM CONFERENCE
you bles for the convicts, and all the barbers in Orlando, is making many
au at reasonable prices, go to the their DINNER
members are requested to bring improvements at his barber shop on
Woman's Exchange; also while there Rev. Dr. J. E. Wray, pastor of the
donations Tuesday, December 23, to Orange avenue. He is putting in new
leave your order for plum puddings Methodist church, returned yesterdayfrom Rowland'sgrocery.
Mrs. Sanders' rooms over furnishings and is brightening up all
.r mince pies "like mother made." the conference at Tallahassee. Any one wishing to con- around, and his shop will soon be one THE SANITARY
11,.19-tf lie reports one of the most interest- I I GROCERY
this box do so. be found.
tribute to may of the most attractive to
Miss Mae Buxton, the accomplished ing sessions of the body ever held. MRS. H. F. SANDERS. I I

daughter of Mr. and :Mrs. B. C. Bux- Dr. Wray was returned to the Orlando a I Eat what you want. I CARUTHERS & GORE I II

ton, who has been attending the Na- church for the next year, and was TODAY'S MENU Eat all you want.

tional Park seminary, Washington, I). busy receiving the felicitations of Take a postscript and forget it. Phone 200 6 & 8 Fine Street.
c., arrived in Orlando last night to his friends upon this fact. Sunday Civic Tea and Lunch Room For sale by all druggists.ll-30-d&w.lm

spend the holidays. morning he will preach on the sub- All Hours I!
ject, "War with Mexico "
lion. W. R. O'Neal, of Orlando, wasa or Peace? Soup: GOOD MORNING CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.
In the evening he will
pleasant caller at the Commercial of sermons on "The resume his series Vegetable Oyster Have you dandruff? If one bottle : .I..I. . .. . . . 44*
office Friday and arranged for advertising Marriage Chicken Croquettes Davis' Hair Remedy does not cure it
License. : .. .
I the Orange county fair Salads: you get your money back. Estes I. .111111.11111111111111.11111111111..11..111..1 ..

which will be held in February.. Waldorf Potato and Celery Pharmacy sells it. 12-9-tf
Leesburg Commercial.Mr. Lettuce and Tomato --- -- Christmas SuggestionsFOR

Sam Teague, a well known Sandwiches:
A telegram THE FLORISTCut
announcing the deathat LUTHER
commission man, who has been in Cream Cheese Pimento Cheese I
Birmingham, Ala., of Capt. T. Y.
Orlando for several weeks, is spend- Ham Flowers MEN
Haygood was received in Orlandoyesterday.
ing a few days in town looking after Mince Pie Vanilla Cream
The death occurred at 2 ROSES VIOLETS,
business and greeting his boyhood Coffe Tea Cocoa Milk ,
a. m., and no one was at home at the
friends. Ocala Star. PANSIES Bath Robes Full Dress SetsCombination
i time except Capt. Haygood's wife. CARNATIONS, I
Mr. C. G. Mcllvaine, of Orlando, Mrs. Haygood is an aunt of Dr. Ed. HAIR FALLING OUT? POTTED PLANTS House Coats Sets

with his party, Mr. Clark of West and Mr. Walter Drennen, of Orlando. I Collar Bags Tie Racks
it. _
Davis' Hair Remedy will stop u'
Baden, Ind., and Col. Nash of Pitts-
t back guarantee. Estes Pharmacy Fancy Vest Traveling Cases '
burg, Pa., spent one day last week Money
Eat what you want. sells it. 12-9-tf COAL CHARCOAL
fishing in Lake Apopka. They reported I
Eat all you want. The best line of Neckwear ever brought to1 Or-
a good catch and a splendid Take a postscript and forget it. .
dinner at the hotel-Winter Garden For sale by all druggists. WANTED-By a woman living alone, WOODVeneer lando.

Times. ll-30-d&w-lm a do white practical woman work strong in a and good willingto mod- Cores I Special lot of Silk Hose at 25c per pair.

R. S. Davies, formerly of home. Apply Sentinel office. I
manager A ern
Florida ke-not a key to Flor- Seasoned Heart Pine I
Come and look
the Leesburg Dry Good 12203tOSTEOPATHY our over.
company, ida-near St. Petersburg, was sold Oak Wood I

wife and little son left Wednesday recently for $165 an acre. There are All sizes and lengths Let us help you make a selection.I .
for Macon
morning ,
three hundrer acres in the key. Flor- I
Commercial. Mr. Davies was for- ida land is valuable, no matter whereit Orlando Wood YardB. i

merly a resident of Orlando, having is found, across, by, in, or sur- DR. J. C .HOWELL ra I SCRUGGS
been connected with the dry goods rounded by ,water. Hours, 10-12 3-3, and by appointment W. KINGSLEY, Proprietor a & DICKSON

r store of N. P. Yowell here. No extra charge for house treatment Phone 344 104 W. Pine St. I''| This store is the home of Hart Schallner & Marx clothes

Warman Sells, 'and Fixes Bicycles, Subscribe for the Sentinel and get Telephone connections Turpentine Chips Fence Posts

II Court street. \ 12-5-tf the latest news. Office cor. Orange and Central Ayes \.ilHIilllllllt 4+H'f ,...


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KUMQUATS-Send your friends a I house. Call at Sentinel. 12-14-tf .

The inside of a tea .or coffee pot Back if one bottle Davis' Hair Rem for hundred.Christmas Phone by 380 parcel post; FURNISHED ROOMS for -
per or come light
should not be washed with soapsuds.To edy doesn't cure dandruff or any I to 300 E. Concord avenue. 12-16-3t housekeeping; every conven- i

stop a leak, mix whiting and scalp disease. Estes Pharmacy sells t FOR SALE ience; both, hot and* cold yin; electric Toys!
lights close
into thick with it. 12-9-tf ; ; ; rea
yellow a
a paste
soap 43 acres, located three miles north- sonable. 200 E. Robinson Ave. :
little water.A I west of Orlando, on S. A. L. R. R., at
cupful of liquids is all the cup Take your repairing to Warman on Fairvilla Station, on Lake Fairview;
is all Court street. 12-5-tf lake front near station; young grape- MISCELLANEOUS
will hold; a spoonful of liquid i I:
i fruit and land about
orange grove;
the spoon will hold.
half citrus fruit and half vegetable;
The trimmings which the butcher A. D. Galbraith, D. V. S., the veterinary -|8-room house, barn; ideal winter II DRESSMAKING at 307 E. Pine St1212lm :

cuts off the roast will make a very surgeon, located at T. J. i home, right near Country Club. Address ..
W. T. Chapman, owner, R. F. D. THROUGH CHRISTMAS S GIFT LANU i
good foundation for tomato soup. I Mathers' livery stable. Phone 14. EVERYTHING NEW for Xmas at :
No. 2, Orlando. ll-7-lm-d&w
the Evans Parlors
A bit of cloth or chamois should be 11-K-tf. No. 100 North I
kept in the sewing machine drawer to FOR SALE Main. Phone 125. 1-26-tf II

' wipe off the machine before begin- The Tuttle Shop is located in a part I I Gild-edge proposition. An orange DON'T DELAY, but get your Xmas : And we will Dead Sure Lead You
130 large trees, including
San Juan crop
of Berman's store, opposite grove Photos
at the
now Parlors
ning to stitch. within city limits about four acres; ,
hotel. 12-12-6t ; block north Through Land of Plenty This YearIT
one of court house. Phone : a
,. If the boy gets his rubber boots I staked into nineteen lots. Bargain if 125.
wet inside, a good way to dry themis sold soon. E .A. McBride, 504 Magnolia - - --- -11-26-tf- ',
to fill them with hot yellow corn. PEOPLE'SVANTS avenue. 12-18-61 LOST-Rain coat, on road between : WILL BE A PLEASURE FOR US TO SHOW YOt

The outer rough stalks on the Winter Park and Oviedo. Return THROUGH OUR IMMENSE LINE OF HOLIDAY
NEW OVERLANDRun to J. D. Burden, Macy Wagon Co. '
bunch of celery are not good to serve less than 600 miles, demount-' 12-18-3t I'.' GOODS AND WE ARE SURE IT WILL CONTAIN

F. green, but they.make excellent stewed HUNNIMAKERS able rims and fully equipped. A bar- \: JUST THE GIFT YOU HAVE PLANNED. OUR COMPLETE 1.
celery. Notices of Lust Wanted. For Sale, For .gain. Owner expecting to leave city LADY SOLICITORS in Orlando, to I STOCK IS NOW READY FOR YOUR CONSID
Patent leather and kid boots will Rent. ct&. for this column. 2Qc for one day. January 10th. Phone 419, or call 210 take orders for best flavoring extract : ERATION. FROM TOYS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
60c for three days, or $1.00 for one week for ,Lucerne Circle. 12-18-6t made; also fine line of toilet I I
take a higher polish if first wiped 25 words or less. Money stoat accompany articles. For particulars, address Box : TO THE USEFUL AND SUBSTANTIAL GIFT, WL
with dipped in mijk, the advertisements far this column at no FOR SALE 381, Orlando, Fla. 12-16-6t HAVE IN PLENTY; AND AS CHRISTMAS IS ABOUT
over a sponge insertions will be made on credit Good property; 40 acres little northof __ __ :
let dry and apply the blacking./ --- - Orlando, on beautiful lake. Young Artistic HERE WE INVITE YOU TO SELECT NOW.
photographs for Xmas at
i' When boiling potatoes, ty4utting FOR SALE budded grove, bearing; good dwelling.The the Evans Parlors, No. 100 N. Main.
a cloth over them before"putting on ideal place for poultry and dairy Phone 25. 11-15-tf
the lid. They will take much less FOR SALE-A good horse. Gus C. farm-good range, plenty room, good I MaRe This Store Headquarters
established. Will sell
t milk trade
Fla. 12-2-lm WANTED-Position
Schultz, dairyman
. cooking and be much more mealy. Route 2 Orlando, ;
I with place. Box 34, several years' experience; by mar-'|
.FOR SALE-Anything in Florida Fla. 12-15-1m ried Call H.I I
_ man. on or address L. McCULLOCH'SDEPARTMENT
: Real Estate. Orange County Realty Jarrett, 205 West Pine St 11-29-

FOR SALE-Anything in Florida WHITE CHAUFFEUR wants position -|,
l After football, war should be Real Estate. Orange County Realty FOR RENT-Three-room furnished at once; six years' experience; STORENext
r 1112.1m flat, with bath; centrally located. will do own repairing; from New
i heaven. Company. Apply, Phone 571, or 23 E. Pine St York. J. W. R., care Sentinel.

; FOR SALE-House and lot; also lots 12-18-3t 12-17-3t I
Corset makers say the tango makes Amelia and
Broadway, '
on choice
, girls fat. If this be so, football, prizefighting Summerlin street. Mrs. Norman Rob- FOR location RENT-Furnished, close in, only romos five minutes, WANTED doing heavy blacksmith machine smithing capable and of Door to Evan's Jewelry Store11'11111111.11..11.1..1..1..111.1"1.
: also be inson, 301 Concord avenue. 11-27-1m 214
and sprinting walk from postoffice. Inquire I scroll work. Apply office, South

[ fattening.The FOR SALE-A large bungalow and East Church St 12-19-3t 'ida Foundry and Machine Works.1216lw Flor-I IMIIMIIMIIMMIM " ' .

lot on North Orange avenue. Price FOR RENT-Furnished room, with !
difference between a Mexican reasonable. Address or call on Rolla electric lights, bath; 4 blocks from
constitutionalist and a plain Mexican Reel at the Steam Laundry. M9-tf postoffice; yard room for auto. 7 W. WANTED-By gentleman of good ..
Robinson avenue, city. 12-14-3t character, to form the acquaintanceof I
t is that one is more "agin" the consti- FOR SALE-New, inexpensive, mod- ----- ---- --- a nice, respectable lady, between :
tution than the other. ern two-story house; five rooms,.FOR RENT-Rooms, with or without the ages of 25 and 35; object matrimony I
bath and sleeping porch. Apply 207, board; newly furnished; large ve- if suited. Address F. R., care I Kill the Chill"All
America street. 1149-lm randa; all conveniences; nothing bet !Sentinel. 12-14-6t :
k Paul Poiret, the Parisian milliner, ter for the money in Florida. 205 : I

says American women show an interest FOR SAL Five or ten acre tract Magnolia__ : _ue. 12-17-6t !ARTISTIC Photography for Xmas : indications toward
point cold
one-half mile outside of city limits; The a win-
do : now. Evans Parlors, one block I
; pockets. They sure ; especially FOR RENT-Furnished house, ten '

; in their husbands'. "Owner cleared,fenced" this and office.improved.. 12-10-2w Address I rooms located and; suitable sleeping for porch eitheone; centrally or- north 11-26-tf of Court house. Phone 125.I: ter this year and the best way to be com-

FOR SALE-New residence, 409 Anderson 'two families. Address F. G. Rush, fortable cold
A Chicago couple has just celebrated H-26-tf [WHY PAY exorbitant rent or board? on mornings and eveningsor
street. Terms, half down, City.
Why not buy little home? :
a Buy
a "tango wedding. The records balance two years time. Inquire on I.! I it of the the in
owner and save the agent'scommission. during day office is have
home for rent 40 your
of the Chicago divorce courts suggest premises afternoons, or E. H. Gore, ROOM in private ; Address a
,that a more appropriate dance Caruthers & Gore Sanitary Grocery,I I acre farm for sale, 2 1-2 miles out; 11301m. B., Box 178. :
house and two lots for sale. See Dr.
6 and 8 E. Pine St. 11-29-lm
i for this occasion would be the Hesi- I Weller at 311 North Orange avenue. REZNOR GAS HEATER
tation. :FOR SALE CHEAP-L., C. Smith'' 12.11-lw WANTED-To exchange a vacant lot : .
gun, 12 gauge, 28-inch barrels; in! I on Concord avenue, Orlando, for a
II good condition. A. N. Goodwin, at FOR RENT-New furnished rooms in I I five-passenger car, Ford or Overland They are cheap to buy and
British captain accused of kicking Overstreet Crate Co.'s office. new modern home; every coreuience preferred, 1913 or 1914 model; must very economical -
his wife. Probably carrying a fullsail. +i i be in A-No. condition. J. 0. Evans,
12-16-tf kitchenette if desired
; ; reason II 3 to 6 cents hour
Maitland, Fla. 11-30-tf an according to the
-- - -- --- doorto
FOlTsALE able. 14 E. Amelia avenue, next

Five-room bungalow, with bath and the Wyoming. 12-13-1w HOUSECLEANING-Any kind of office size-and are the ,cleanest and most con-
Diaz, tired of exile, wants to return sleeping porch. 506 Lexington St., FOR RENT-New furnished rooms in I or housecleaning wanted by the
U'Mexico. Evidently tired of life.. Concord Park. Lot 67x230 feet. I.I new modern home; every conven. day, by young, energetic married woman venient heating made No wood"ashes or
12-1-1mo. ience; kitchenette if desired; reason- II (white). Inquire Sentinel office.
able. 14 E. Amelia avenue, next door 12-15-6t oil to carry-just turn the and
valve strikea
Famous Princeton football star is to the Wyoming. 12-1-tf I _
FOR SALE-At a bargain, twentyacre I
being sued for divorce. Sort of a grove; five hundred grapefruittrees FOR RENT-Large, well furnishedroom I' HAND PAINTED CARDS match.
low tackle. I fifty tangerine trees, and 750 to persons wishing suburban 'I Appropriate cards for all occasionsmenu
orange trees. Grove should pay for accommodations; also 2 acres good place cards, score cards, etc.
I itself in two years. Address P. 0. truck land, close in. Good opportu-;Also designs for book plates. Sam v.
Fifteen-year-old girl needs $6,000,Box 105, Orlando, Fla. I nity for right person. Address "A," pIes on hand and orders taken at 112
iicome. Must be saving up to catch' 12-18-d&w-tf Sentinel. 9-8tf Grace St. Phone 608. Lu F. .
some duke.Marriage. I I ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT C
I I FOR SALE FOR RENT-Parties wishing quiet,
House and grove at Fair Villa, 13 comfortable home for the wintercan I PEOPLE'S PAINTER
is apt to be a failure if acres, of which three acres are young find 3 or 4 room apartment, fully i j I can save you money on your mil
the female of the species spends more budded grapefruit; borders lake; equipped for housekeeping, gas, elec-j painting, papering and sign writing. Gas Department
at the millinery shop than the house of 8 rooms; good barn; attract- tric lights, open fireplace, moderaterent I Try m eand prove it. Work guaran-
money ive winter home. Apply at this office. at 217 Robinson Ave. East. I teed. Frank Hayworth, decorator,
butcher shop. 11-15-lm 12-18-6t 206 E. South St., Orlando. 12-16-Gt 44llfMIMMIIIIMMIMIIIIMMMMMHMMMMMMM . ... ..' . 1Ie

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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 Amore

satisfactorily than in the past.

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

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

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

bargains on every item in our store.

Kincaid &, Snowdenf


Cor. Main and Pine Streets Orlando, Florida


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Q Prompt and Courteous Attention Given to all Patrons ,

) Breakfast 7:30: to 9 a. m.
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i 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 frame. .
\ i r Motor 41-4 x 51-4' four cylinders, cast in pairs; unit power plant; cone clutch; selective type transmission We are prepared to
German silver 'V" shaped radiator, square tu;J type; Stromberg carburetor; full floating rear you
axle! New Departure bearings; tires, 35 x 41-2; Improved Delco electric starting, lighting and ignition
system. Gasoline capacity, 21 gallons, tank carried at rear, pressure feed; Standard demountable rims; clean I and service
10 inch upholstering; nickel trimmings; body, steel; colors: blue or gray, Mack running gear. Prices quick
fully equipped: Touring car, $1,875 delivered Other models $1,150 to $3,000.


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REMEMBER THE LITTLE THINGSThe I Automobiles in New York during]
I i the last twelve months have killed
little things in life may not 234 people as against 21 killed in MMMMMMM*
''seem' as important as the larger ones,I London by the same cause. Consid-
The longest night of the year will but the total sum of life is made up ering that London is about half as
of the little things. large again as New York and with a
of the to the ,
The approach sun I I I This is a season of the year when corresponding volume of business it
winter solstice has arrested the encroachment lOllllllilMl
J we should not forget that we can be is clear that something is radically MMMMMMMM
the day.
of night upon :helpful to others and show a spiritof wrong in New York. What that
which the will set
Evenings upon sun 'I Christmas in being mindful of the wrong is everybody knows. It is sim-
earliest began last Friday, December little things. ply a disregard for the safety of the

12th"; with the sun below the horizonat Just now those who have the oppor- pedestrian by the man that drives OrlandoT77"ater

4:33 o'clock each evening. I I tunity can do their shopping and haveit the machine, and non-enforcement of
each evening at
Twilight, ceases all completed before the last week, law. It is not pleasant to make com.
5:11 o'clock beginning Saturday and when there is a grand rush. Manycan parisons, but sometimes it is needful.
until December 21st, when I I & Co. I ;
lasting Light
shop early in the day. This relieves The London police commissioner, in
will have crossed the solstice
the sun the crowds which come later in accounting for the few accidents in
have started back toward
and will
the day. Others have not the same that city pithily says, "Influence does
the north to bring the spring and opportunities as you, must do theirs not take precedence over public wel- ElectricityGas

summer weather on. when they can. fare." In New York influence too
the end of the month I
By present You can mail your Christmas packages often has the right of way, hence the
the sun's setting will be eight min- Water Ice
now and save to the overworked disregard of human safety and the -
later 4:41 January 1st I 1 I
utes being on
clerks at the postoffice much of the impunity with which men of money
The of the sun, however, will i
rising energy which is needed for the last and privilege run down and kill and
be 17 minutes later than at the -I I
present few days before the holiday. maim their fellows.-Gainesville Sun.
Central Avenue
time, so that by the end of the Office--No. 18 West
little whichcan
I I There are many things
month we will enjoy nine minutes less'
be attended to now which will
than now. WOOD, COAL AND ICE
daylight save others and the accumulation of Telephone No. 6millllllMIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIHIMIIIIIMMIIIIIIIHIIIIMH
the end of the month darkness
By .
little things is after all the cause of
will last eleven hours and twenty-five
the bigger things, which make lifeso Wood, $1.60 a strand up. Hand's
minutes.-The longest night-Decem. burdensome. Remember this before Coal Yard, phone 666. 9-31-tf
ber 21st-will be eleven hours and I
it is too late.
twenty-eight minutes. .
I Boys' Double Breasted Suits at and
I. For beautiful Christmas Gifts call below cost,as long as they last. J. C.
Subscribe for the Sentinel. at The Tuttle Shop. 12-12-6t Anno, the Boy Clothier. 12-6-3w

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A Great Real Estate Bargain Another Rare BargainA

A house located in the most fashionable Residence portion of Orlando, Residence on plot 120 x 150, recent y built of the very best material and

newly furnished, eight rooms, with all modern and latest improvements, best inside finish, with all modern conveniences, ON THE LAKE OF ORsleeping -

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

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

depth. will gladly show you the property.

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

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

All payments deposited in any Orlando Bank until

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

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

good roads, and one and one quarter miles from railroad
Four lots 6 xIoon East Central I Avenue, facing Lake Eola.] ;in .
of Orlando's best locations.We .

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only list exclusively, and after very close inspection, therefore can call every one of our

propositions a GEM. Many real estate firms in our city and other cities operate in |harmony:;

with us, therefore the owner and buyer are fully protected.

HOW? Call on us and we will explain.




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This church most cordially extendsits
hospitality to the public. We will
be glad to have you participate in --
all our religious services and varied SPUCSociety _
activities. Come and be "at home" -

with us.Worship.

t .. in the auditorium at 10:45a. Promotion Useful Giving]
m. and 7:30 p. m.
THESTATE At the morning hour Dr. Poulson's -- ':'

subject will be: "Our Country's Debt j (V/oodrow Wilson and other prominent _

' to Christ" --
Evening subject. N : "The Master's' people have joined. Have you ? -
BANK Call." -

. Special Christmas music by the

I Sunday school at 9:30 a. m.; Mr.
of Orlando C. M. Tichenor, superintendent. ';\1 T'l'r.''
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    : Young People's meeting (in Tea 1t :, ,
    rI. and Rest Hall opposite the church) y Tf01 I
    1893 at 6:30 p. m.; Mr. Eugene Reid, pres- Bank Account O :
    ident. The Juniors will meet at 3
    o'clock in the afternoon. Christmas: CheekCertificate ___. ; n _
    . LONG ESTABLISHED Note:-All have a special invita- __ }, y.t
    tion to be in the services Sunday of + V M
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    music; all seats are free- :
    :' doors open at 6:45 p. m. Mrs. Nut
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    v ter will sing Geibel's "Sleep Sweetly,
    Babe of Bethlehem," from "The Na

    ... CHRISTIAN MISSIONARY AND ALLIANCE States Depositary"It () 1 --_-

    Sunday, December 21st, 1913. -

    .' 2:30 p.m., Bible school, at which
    Mrs. Anna Van Dyck will talk to the is a pleasure to serve you." -. "-
    children about the Chinese children
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    and their needs.

    3:30 and 7:30 p. m., preaching. A --- .-.
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    :J.: afternoon by the Equal Suffrage At I'II'II"'I"'I" " " " " 'IIIIIMilMMMtlllll
    :: League at the beautiful hom (Corner Central Ave. and West St.) lHI MiMlitimMHttMM

    of Dr. and Mrs. P. P. Phillips, on Rev. Eleanor E. Gordon, minister.
    : ? Lucerne Circle, and over fifty guests Church service at 11 o'clock. Sub- YOU/ELL'S
    attended the pleasant gathering.An ject of Christmas sermon, "The Cross
    interesting feature of the after and the Star." .

    . ,'. : noon was an original and witty din Christmas festival on Wednesday
    e :% :! logue between "Mrs. AbsolutelySure" afternoon at1 o'clock.

    , ,,:y,... .4 (Mrs. Fred Stanley) and Irs. Unity Circle on Saturday afternoonat

    :'. ;;, : Doubtful" (Mrs. Victor Starbuck). 3 o'clock. Paper by Mrs. T. J. tu nQ R val al
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    . .. ; Mrs. Absolutely-Sure was, of course, Walker on Hawthorne's Scarlet Let- U m
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    ':h ;.:...<:;: firmly convinced of the right of every ter. This is the second study in social '
    '. ./ : woman to help direct the affairs of regeneration.
    the nation, but Mrs. Doubtful had
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    many fears for the safety of her CATHOLIC CHURCH

    ", :, home and the affection of her husband Fourth Sunday in Advent.

    ,': ,.' n. : :a'ss should she depart from the long established Sunday school, 9 a. m. Nowon
    ::>.. customs and become one of High Mass and sermon, 10 a. m.
    ;: the "new women." The situation was Rosary, sermon and Benediction,

    discussed from every point of view, 7:30 p. m.Notice .
    ,'f"":,..,.,. ,y, fi.C. >i .. I but in the end Mrs. Doubtful yieldedto of the services for Christ- '
    the arguments of Mrs. Absolutely- mas day will be given later.
    cure, and the tittle drama

    MONTGOMERY> GRAND MOTION THEATER PICTURECOMPANY'S I I cluded.., was con NEW FRUIT RULES An elegant line of Christmas

    Last Chance to Hear Rev. Mary Safford, president of FOR CLYDE LINES : -
    both the local league and the State
    ': Suffrage League, then invited the vis Only such fruit that will bear the :
    pictures new and songs musical and the program best motion ever itors to ask questions, and many carriage and be delivered in perfect : suggestions. These novelties -
    availed themselves of the opportunityof condition to its destination will be I
    shown in Orlando.
    acquainting themselves with the accepted hereafter by the Clyde Line,
    ; Matinees Daily, 3:30 real meaning of the movement Sev for transportation. are going fast.

    Evenings 6:30, Continuous. eral of these afterwards became Agents will be instructed to carry :
    Prices: 5c. and lOc. members of the league. out this order to the letter. E. M. :

    Coming Next Week Tea and cake were served by Miss- Duffy, of New York city, special fruit '

    DOC BAKER AND HIS BIG NOISE. es; Mary Branham, Mabelle O'Neal inspector of the Clyde Line, is in 4
    '. and Claire Robinson, while the com Florida. He will instruct the agents : .
    Special Two Weeks' Engagement.
    ,'" mittee who arranged the entertainment in Florida in the proper handling oi : Everything in this mammoth
    : was composed of Miss Gilbert, fruit. '
    O'Brien Minstrels First Class. Mrs. Patterson, Miss Arter and DIr s. The position of special fruit inspector :

    Neil O'Brien and his great troupeof Schnarr. was recently established and : stock reducedIN.P.YOWEL
    entertainers, forming one of the The league has planned a series of was done to safeguard the shipperas '
    best minstrels ever seen in this city, teas, the next to be held in January. well as the company. Duffy and '

    appeared at the Orlando opera house I !L. S. Scroble, commercial agent ol f '
    last night, and the packed house: The contract for the constructionof the Clyde Line, will make a trip : _
    that was present, saw one of the fin the new Meres block in Tarpon through the state to confer with the
    est bills of its order that has eve Springs has been let and work upon various agents.

    :, been put on in this city. the structure will l. commence this
    The performance was one contin week, the contract calling for its completion WOOD EFFICIENCY
    uous round of laughter, that is when within 90 da}s. The value of the wood you buy de
    the comedians were in action, and the pends upon its efficiency as a heat t
    . singing of all the latest songs wasa Warman Repairs and Retires Baby producer.
    pleasure indeed to listen to. Carriages on Court street 12-5-tf Dollar for dollar and cent for cent, . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MIMII , IIIIIIIHI

    the wood we offer you is the most efficient - ---

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    All we ask of you is to investigate

    Phone 375

    ; i If you want the news, read th e'
    Se.tinel. We will be open

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    1914 PHAETON Evenings

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    , PROPRIETORS E Accommodating Clerks to wait on you.

    \. Edward Lawrence, Milton & Del Everything guaranteed. ,

    O \\\ \ mar company, December 16, playingfive .
    nights in tabloids and vaudeville
    \ Three Reels of Pictures o Come and o
    "The Haunted Home" (American).
    1 "Looking for Trouble" (Tbanbou-
    "Revenge" (Majestic).
    Afternoon show, 2 to 4:30; 5 cent
    to all. AIM & CO JewelersI

    Night show, 715815.915; admission ,,

    Band concert at 7 p. m. c .i

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