The daily sentinel
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 Material Information
Title: The daily sentinel
Uniform Title: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 1 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando Fla
Creation Date: December 23, 1913
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1913.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 1, no. 269 (Dec. 20, 1913).
General Note: J.F. Schumann, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 4 (Feb. 14, 1913).
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Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075051
oclc - 34297092
notis - AKR3406
lccn - sn 96027192
System ID: UF00087112:00333
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Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Succeeded by: Morning sentinel

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


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in the history of Orlando has Vancouver, B. C., Dec. 22.-With

there been such an advance buying of huge seas sweeping clear over herm -

STAIRWAY WILL BE PUT ON Christmas presents as at present. I: threatening great damage to her THREE COMMISSIONERS TO SIT

STORMY SESSION IS HELD OUTSIDE OF THE CITY Yesterday local merchants enjoyedan I deck fittings and cabin, the big Cana- IN JUDGMENT ON WILL\ NOT PRESS'MATTER'

unusuarush of business for the dian-Pacific liner Monteagle had to
season of the year, the store rooms :be hove to in midocean on her out-

in all parts of the city being filled I ward voyage from Vancouver to Hong
ALDERMAN HOLLAND .IN HEATED members of the city commissionwho with holiday shoppers. Business Kong. It was supposed that either the CERTAIN THAT PRESIDENT I."

REMARKS SAYS CITY NOT will take over the city governjrnent mayor, under the new administration SON WILL TAKE NO STAND
( houses in Orlando have never before i!I Officers of the Empress of Asia
January 1, 1914, were present would perform the duties of police
PROPERLY REPRESENTED; contained such a variety of articles I'i arriving today stated that they had ON PROPOSED OWNER.
r.t the council meeting last night, and I court magistrate that a recorder
LATER APOLOGIZED for holiday presents and people from.,:received a wireless from the Mont- SHIP BY GOVERNMENT
Ilayor-elect E. F. Sperry requested '.' would be appointed for those duties,1
our own city as well as in the neigh- :lagle which said that the southeast
permission of the council to begin the but it now appears that all the commissioners !
boring towns appreciate the bargains had battered the and terrific
gales ship Washington, Dec. 22.-\1thou:11:
There was a rain storm last night remodeling of the council chamber to will sit in judgment on
offered them by home merchants, for seas were sweeping her decks. Postmaster General Burleson in biannual
during the session of council and th' Snake desk room for the three com- the cases, and justice will be meted
th/ they know when they expend a dollar i report favored the princip.f;
temper of the meeting held by I f aissioners. In order to secure suffi- out after the idea of the Romans who
r they will get value received. of government ownership of telegraph -
municipal body was in sympathetic def,"nt room it will be necessary to Iron STARTS ON LONG instituted the tribunal; there are to
There are only two days left in and telephone lines, Preside'i!'
accord with the weather-it was I" iu._ the stairway up on the outside of I I hp three .inHrps_ _ instead___nH_ of__ one.u__
.which to do Christmas
your shopping. Wilson has not taken a position i-n
stormy, too. the\ uirdin The desired has
permission Mayor-elect Sperry stated that
I i I I Do not delay. Do it at once and get i TRAMP TO FLORIDA the question and has not made up hi-
The first squall was precipitatedwhen vas Linted.Worl he did not expect to accept any more
I I some of the splendid bargains beings mind.
Alderman Holland offered aj .will begin within a few dayto I I salary than the other ocmmissionersare
local merchants.
by The postmaster general had a Ion I!
the action of
resolution rescinding get tL council chamber in shape allowed. The new charter fixes
''ATLANTA GENIUS; WILL WRITE conference with the president today
council by which the widening"of Or- for the n\tV regime. There will be I the salary of the mayor at $1,500 and

ange averue: near the corner of Pine three desk \"nd as many chairs, and I BIDS FOR SCHOOL BONDS j i VERSE FOR EVERY MILE that of the other commissioners at and it is expected this was one "i"
i the subjects discussed. It is not 1 Iw-
in front of the Scruggs & Dickson fiery little ei,'>, for the quarters of ;!l HE WALKS $1,200. It was suggested that the

store had been ordered. This had ref]. the commissior., will be restricted at ITO! BE OPENED SATURDAY commissioners appoint a recorder for lieved that the administration; wi'l 1
take definite
position on su>
erence to the property which was 1 lest. As previously published in the Atlanta, Ga., Dec. 22.-A' 1,000- the trial of police court causes and allow any
ject now. After his conference WIMI!
condemned by the city and for whicha I Sentinel, a new ci,v building will be rule walk is a. long search for ideas him the mayor's surplus; salary

verdict in favor of Dr. P. Phillips, one of the first improvements made but; when it is a rambling tour, over But the mayor-elect stated last night the president, Mr. Burleson manifeted -
c SEVERAL BIDS HECEI'EnD an indisposition to discuss the sui 1-
the owner of the property in question by the commission. It is not to be i roads you have chosen, with resting to a reporter for the Sentinel that

i and several lessees were awarded Expected that this will be an immediate SPECIAL MEETING WILL ':r laces where you will, and a new ad- he had been advised by City Attor ject. "
"It will take some time, he sail l
damages to the amount of about undertaking, but it will be donesoon BE HELDA j\enture every day, although it is ney-elect L. C. Massey that the en
"however, to work the problem
five thousand dollars.In gas as the commissioners find it i nothing more than a sudden view tire commission should pass on such
to get facts and figures it"The .
speaking to the resolution Alder expedient and advisable. special meeting of the county from the top of a hill-surely, it isorth ; cases. Unless there is a reversal of on

man Holland declared the verdict was school board will be held Saturday tJ {\; v.hile. i this opinion the police court culprits* postmaster general indicate,

an outrage and disgrace, that the I consider bids for the purchase of the Lucius Perry Hills thinks so at will have to face three judges after that he was in no hurry to press h-
CITY CLERK BOONE I recommendations and that he ,i
I TO wou.
foreman of the jury was incompetent fifty thousand dollar bond issue iiventy. He will leave Atlanta next January 1.REBEL .

and had no I place on the jury and which was authorized by the freeholders -'I reek on his journey to the further make a complete- survey- of the :t:oU'-

that if" the city had been properly! RETAIN HIS POSITION i of the Orlando special tax nost end of Florida and perhaps I ject before further expressing hii .

self on it. It is certain, bowe\-, .
that wouldn't have VILLA STRONGLY
represented he school district on November 12. down: the Isthmus of Panama.

,. been accepted as one of the jury, I Several bids have been received; I If.&, tires, or the weather is bitter that the subject will not be presn: I Iby

and concluded his remarks by de- WILL PROBABLY HEI.IXS I some having been sent to Mr LeRoy' or he finds a thousand-mile walk ENTRENCHED IN FORT the administration at this tin
and the president'sdesire not to tai; '
claring that the verdict was an at- CITY CLERK FOR SOMETIME B. Giles, president of the district ,hss pleasant than it had seemed, he <

tempt to graft Alderman Holland trustees, and one bid, from a Fobdoi!will bring up short and uake for a position on it was taken general;

grew warm in the course of his remarks I _YET house, having been received by Supt. :home. But probably he will finish FEDERALS CLAIM TO HAVE to mean that he did not consider u i

and shucked his coat while he It is !J. F. McKinnon.The I the trip to Florida! and when nothing MADE HEADWAY AGAINSTREBELS I of immediate importance.
now positively that
was talking. This action was due I I plans for the new city school remains before him Jut the sea, he

somewhat to the fact that he was Mr. L Wichten ahl, who was chosen i'building I drawn and submitted Panama AT MAZATLAN
I the by nay cross to have a look at I TRAVELS FROM 1 DETROITTO
ty city commissioners to be city .
nursing his right arm outside his I I Architect L. P. Hutton, have been the canal, and tramp from end to end
I clerk under the new administration,i I Chihuahua, Mex., Dec. 22.Control
coat sleeve, the member being in approved by the board and Mr. Hutton of the isthmus.
I will not accept the place and that I I Ii of telegraph and railroad communication -j ORLANDO IN \WAGONMAN
splints on account a fracture
has been chosen as supervising i His staff will be a cotton umbrella,
some one else will be selected. 0' south and west of Chihuahua by
caused by a recent abortive attemptto architect of the
building. As soon and his occupation will be a verse for
For the time being there is no hur- Mexican rebels had today reached a
crank his
auto. The coat became
I as the bonds are sold preparations every mile he walks. lie will set out
ry on the part of the commissionersto point where General Villa believed he
loose the shoulders of the alder- AND HIS FAMILY MAKE
for the building will begin. : the broad highway to brush
fill the position, and Mr. C. A. I upon upi would be impervious to an attack by
while he
man was gesticulating with i his ideas, and to lighten the task of THE TRIP IN 101 DAYS
Boone, the present city clerk, will the few federal troops remaining in
his left arm, and he emphasized his ersification.PRESIDENT.
remain in that )I.TrE JEU SERVICES |\ I ON ROAD
speech by flinging the coat off alto place for the time. \ the north.

gether. Mayor-elect Sperry stated last AT BAPTIST CHURCH SUNDAY.. APPOINTS 2G5: ; As the cities in the. rebel !

night that there would be no hurry I POSTMASTERS FOR CHRISTMAS I are opened to territor"j What would you think of an automobile
City Solicitor Giles was on his feet dealer who .
deliberately choto '
I in choosing a clerk; that plenty of Large crowds attended the services eral Villa believes that soon states -
in an instant and replied to )Ir. Holland make all the
a from
time would be taken in looking at the Baptist church Sunday.Dr. ,Special to the Sentinel.Washington of Sinaloa, Sonora, Durango, and way Detroit :-

by saying hat the city had I around for a man to fill the place. Poulson's morning discourse was : Dec. 22.The presi- Chihuahua will be free of federal con- to Orlando in a spring waj.'i'i

three "strikes" or rejections of the Some time ago, when the city com- on the power of Christianity. lIe ('dent late tonight sent to the senate trol. behind a pair of Michigan bred
possible jurors in the and had I mules?
mission campaign in progress. treated the subject broadly, bringing ;,the nominations of 265 postmasters Although 4,000 federals at Ojinagaon
used all of them before Mr. Larra-
Mr. William J. Lemmes and wife
Mr. Boone into evidence the of as their Christmas presents. It was
announced that he would pages history to the border were reported to be

bee, the foreman in question, had not be a candidate for the position,' show that the most cultured nations rumored that he would also nominatea preparing for action General Villa and son, Wm. Jr., have just completed -

been reached, and therefore had noth- as his physicians had advised him that did not possess the saving power comptroller of the currency but no believes they will be unable to do the trip as stated, and they

ing to do with the taking of the juryman that he must retire from the confine of Christianity had crumbled to ashes i!name was sent in. more than to destroy the railroad. are now quartered at the fairgrounds
referred to by the alderman. In I I where
the entire
ment which the duties of the position and nothingness, then referring to the j General Villa said Chihuahua was too maybe
any event, said the solicitor, he had ''FINANCIAL seen by who wish to view triP
entailed. It is understood that )Ir. early records of America he demonstrated i PANIC SEIZES well fortified to fear an attack. any
nothing to do with the choice of the visitors
and their
Boone is to continue in office only by the pages,of profane history HOLD OF MEXICAN CAPITAL The report that General Mercado traveling quarter -.
foreman, the jury selected their I The
members of the brown
until the commissioners settle that education and party are
upona Christianity had fled across the border was regarded -

own foreman after the evidence was desirable man. Of the several applicants went hand in hand, and so 'civilization 1---1 I here as the beginning of the from exposure, but they are all ill
in and the jury had retired to the the best of health, and though
for the position there seemsto advanced, thus he led up to the I breaking up of the federal troops. they
jury room. financial crisis is at hand. Three of confess that .
i they tired of th-
be none acceptable to the commis climax of the country's debt to Christ, This city, next to Monterey, the

Attorney C. B. Robinson, who was sion. and made probably his most telling !the largest banks closed their doors i most important center in the north, journey at times, they traveled the

present as a spectator of the coun- I point when he said, "Take a vote!('today. It is admitted by the direct -. is a scene of desolation, occasioned friendly road of David Grayson, arll i I
!| tors that the financial situation is. found much
cil proceedings, stated that he to interest and
was excite,
HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS among non-church .
I people !I' by its long siege and its subsequent
J worse than it has been in the and have
engaged in the case and that nobody ever they accumulated an
WIN FROM SANFORI I whether to abolish the church or not I sacking by the invading rebels. experience -
could have ;history of the republic. that time will
possibly known who never efface.
was I and the result.
see The church was The stores now sealed against
to be selected on the jury, and that crowded I The distance of the trip was I,5i7+
The girl's basket ball team of the I again at the evening service,I'I' further looting are almost empty.
the juror in had RHODES SCHOLARSHIP OES; miles, and they 101
question been sum- I and 'I' were days on the
Orlando went who
School .
High Athletic association many away were not The litter in the streets betrays the
moned on special venire TO (;GEORGIAN: KENTUCKY road. Some days the
a after going
I defeated the girls' basket ball)]I j I able to obtain seats. I haste with which the federals took was good
regular panel had been exhausted. and they made as much as twentj-
I team of the Sanford high school what
yesterday they could before
I Special fn the Sentinel carry they
The Holland five miles but
resolution was ; then there bad
afternoon, the score being 2C) GASHES THROAT WITH RAZOR Louisville, Dec. 22.-H. S. Hilley, fled and also the eagerness with were
unanimously. After it days and rest
was voted days, which held the
I I .. Ito IN FIT OF 1 of Acworth, Ga., representing Trann- which the rebels entered the shopsto
upon Alderman lilIes made the asser- 7.The DESPONDENCYThe I averatre down. They. Mt. .fWrr.it._..
Sanford team put up a very sylvania university, was chosen for obtain what was left of food and u
tion that the mistake had been made ----- i June 23, and arrived in Orlando, Dt-
good game but were outclassed in I the Cecil Rhodes scholarship fromKer.tuck clothing.The .
by council in voting to condemn the The Orlando body of E. G. Moss was found cember 20. Mr. Lemmes was an au '
play. "
every girls were ] by the committee which Spanish cathedral and the
;.property. He said that when in his tomobile dealer in Detroit but he
he room at 20 Pine street sold
at Sunday |
a disadvantage on the outdoor 1 met here today.FINANCE churches are empty since the priests
bought the Charleston block he I II out, bought him a mule
gave morning, death having been dealt team and
court which
was clay, and very 1 1stippelj' ands nun were expelled and even the
five feet to the city, and that others owing to the incessant down- I about two o'clock by the man himself. COMMITTEE WILL stopping of the cathedral services and turned: the heads of his mules toward

had made similar donations. This of rain the !1 I!He had used a razor in ending his Florida and told them to "Giddap."
pour during entire game. BURN CITY BONDS TODAY the quieting of its bells have imposeda .
was supplemented by Alderman Holland Most of the members of the Ath- !I!I life. Moss was 46 years of age, and silence on the city. .1 Xow he is here, with Jlrs. Lemmes ... ;

who said that he had made the letic association i i his wife was employed at the Wyoming I and Bill Junior, and they are here to "
accompanied the i Bonds that have been accumulating The streets have been plasteredwith
original motion to condemn the prop' team and the I hotel. The couple came to Or-i stay, for they say they like Orlando
encouragement they notices that
j[through retirement in the city clerk's'office ordinarily
erty; that he had made a mistake and gave the team greatly assisted in lando from Wareham, Mass., and his !:'( for the considered trivial will be punishedwith tip-top and expect to remain tore the i 1

was willing to admit it. He said !gaining the victor}*. remains were shipped back there for; past twenty years or execution. rest of their days. They are offering 1

further that Yowell & Duckworth, 1'i i I I The line-up was as follows: burial. Moss was subject to fits of j more will be burned by the finance General Villa who I the< team for sale. . ,i,
committee today, the council last can read
il. L. Hyer and others had given the I despondency, it is said and j
Forwards Bessie was not f
I Quigg and Maud :night having directed that such ac- nor write, exercises from the state
city property similarly situated, and I Pugh center Katherine quite right mentally. The body was I| HOUSECCEI'1'S REPORTON
; I all
if Padgett; I i lion be taken and designating the capital the functions of govern j

the the city were to pay Dr. Phillipsfor I!I side center, Fannie Taylor; guards, prepared for burial by Hammond &j I i committee to perform this act. The ment. CURRENCY BILL

property in question that Lois Pedrick and Elbeth Gore. j ,
those Mulholland. (I bonds amount to $34,000. It is likely a
who had
given property would Special to the SentinelWashington
have The subs were Fannie Tucker, Lorena I that a considerable crowd will witness THE WEATHER Dec. 22.The houseat
equal right to
make demandsfor
Walker Mildred Possible I
Barger. Miss Bessie I
payment. you would like a souvenir I the conflagration. The burningis I Florida: Rain Tuesday, except fair 10:40 tonight accepted the conference J
Quigg captain and Miss Elbeth spoon, or a souvenir stick pin, brooch, to take place at 10 o'clock this I in extreme south portion; colder in i report on the bill
Solicitor Giles currency by a
gave a summary of Mulholland the manager. The team cuff links, alligator belt. Curtis & I morning at the city northwest 0 _
1 building. The portion. Wednesday fair, vote of 298 to SO. It is understood ;
the evidence given in the trial and was chaperoned by Mrs. L. R. Mulhol' O'Neal's
store is
Continued headquarters for I committee is composed of Aldermen colder in peninsular; moderate east the president will sign the bill tomorrow t
on land.
page ) Santa Claus.
4 Giles
Gwynne and Walker. winds. .
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On Tuesday evening the joint meet ,,
ing of the Y. W. C. A. and Y. M. C. I "w : KER"
A. was held in the auditorium, and Give it by the Box for PULLED A SLI

was addressed by Dr. Stagg, pastor
of the Presbyterian church of Orlando. Christmas. : By special arrangement with the General Film Company, we

past. Dr.delighted Stagg has and many inspired times the in Rol-the | have secured for Orlando, beginning next Tuesday, and running

lins students and teachers with his | daily, Matinee and Evening

eloquent words, and he was greeted

: by man a opened large attendance.the service with Dr. Black-a selection Our assorted Chocolates and Bon Bons, \ i gwR....,.-... ... .v. Tne Greatest I Licensed Feature and d d.x i

the Aeolian and
Miss Irene on Thoren also added organ to the packed in Fancy Boxes, 75c. per lb., half : '. (

musical admirably side of Chancellor the service Jenks'by singing setting pound, 40c. i Special Motion Pictures Produced

of the words of the 86th Psalm, We furnish ;o finer or newer pictures can he seen anywhere.
prepared to
are our PurityIce
"Bow Down Thine Ear." Miss Tho ''
This is what we promised you but what has taken

ren possesses a clear lyric soprana Cream at lowest rates to Boarding ; ; :t until this time to accomplish.TOMORROW.
voice of rare sweetness, and her han 4 _

dling of it has improved wonderfullysince Houses, Hotels and private Homes. s .. BEGINNING I
her coming. She has promiseof

developing into one of the most
talented singers Rollins has had. Call to see us and let us quote you prices. DOC BAKER

Miss Holmes, another skilled studentof
the school of music, played Miss o King of all character artists. Direct from two

Thoren's accompaniment exceedinglywell. :., months' ensrasement of packed houses at the Imperial
I 1 Theater. Jacksom"ilIe.re nITer Doc Baker
Dr. Stagg spoke at some length on I MAYER, 134 Orange Ave. ,: the highest salaried artist on the motion picture

a variety of topics near the hearts j r staue.

and lives of young people. He has I v '.. Tuesday, DecemberGreatest: : of Kalcm Features

the faculty of saying the right things | ......111111 n ....n 1 n.. .1111'11111. 1111...6..tit t.t t t t t* | T "THE PERILS OF THE SEA"
to college young men and women, and ; I ICLAUSE
:. / A Thrill
-- --- -- - Every Minute!-Don't Miss It!
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of saying them in just the right way.
FOR DRY DOCK St. Petersburg for some time---I See the
His words sent his hearers away uplifted I improvement here, every day
TO BE SUBMITTED ready for services Sunday. The cost ,
and cheered and inspired for of the new building is about $00,000.; I Matinee Daily, :JiO: Evenings 6::m, (Continuous
better things in the future, and addedto
According to official information Special services, appropriate for the Admission 10c.; Children oc.The.
the already great affection in
from Washington received in Pensa- occasion, will be held at this time. "
which he is held here.
cola Friday, Senators Fletcher and The Carnegie corporation of New Theater
The work of the college for the G AND
Bryan of Florida have decided to sub York has decided to give this church
Christmas vacation on Friday at BEAUTIFUL
mit an amendment to the navy appropriation assistance in the purchase of a new ,.
noon, and each train thereafter bore
: bill, providing for a graving pipe organ, which will be gratefully The Greatest Pictures
away to their homes or the homes of Remember- Produced and the Stars of Vaudeville Every DavUMHmMM99HUM60t9
dock at Pensacola, regardless of received. .
friends those teachers and students
whether or not the naval committeeor . . > ttHmitMHgMIMFOR < . . .
c? who are fortunate enough to be able the secretary recommend a dock! 1111'IIIIIIIJIIIII I' '; " " ' . . . .. +++++.
to reach a home for the holiday sea I The Florida Baptist conventionmet
son. Those who must perforce remain for Pensacola.It in annual session in Arcadia ------- --

in town are busy planning such has been definitely decided that Tuesday. A large number were pres- For Economy and purchase -
will introduce the
good times as shall compensate! in a Senator Bryan ent at the opening session. C. A. H T.
amendment because he is a memberof W RIG power of your mon
measure for the home reunions they Carson was re-elected president. &
the naval committee of the senate. REALTY EBD"T
will miss. With all who go or stay, I I Wright F
REAL ry armThats
'Senator Fletcher will aid Senator Dryan -
Rollins sends its best wishes and ben- )r Take your repairing to Warman on
in every way and they will work . Our Business and Garden
ediction, for themselves and all for. Court street. 12-5-tf Seeds. in
together to have the amendment :, Orlando, Florida
mer teachers, students, or others who
the friends of the institution. adopted. i Quantityand
Dean Enyart left Thursday night i
Back if one bottle Davis' Hair Remedy Quality.Fresh .
for his home in Newburyport, Mass., VHICH DO YOU BEAT, j
where he will spend the vacation with THE BOSS OR THE CLOCK i ii j scalp doesn't disease.cure Estes dandruff Pharmacy or sellsit. any Farm Eggs, 40 cents dozen; Ice, 40 cents 100 pounds; Best Creamery Butter, 40

his family.Mr. i I 12-9-tf cents; Sweet Milk, 13 cents quart, 7 cents pint; Oranges 10 cents dozen; Limes 10 cents

Lenhart, head of the business If your time for getting to work is. dozen; Butter :Milk, 10 cents quart. Chesepeak Bay Oysters;<(selects) 50 cents quart, 30
school, left for Tampa, where he will 8 5 o'clock in the morning, you know; cents pint.
take the boat for a holiday trip to the boss, who has made his pile I WOOD, COAL AND ICE
Cuba, which should prove very en- doesn't get to the office until 8:30 or:,I Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand's Individual Package io lbs. Ass't Fruits, "That Xmas Present" delivered by Express,
joyable. 9 o'clock. Do you just slide in ahead Coal Yard, phone 566. 9-31-tf (charges prepaid) all points east of Rocky Mountains, at your door $1.35 cash with order

President and Mrs. Blackman; of him, thinking you are "putting -
Prof and Mrs. Berkeley Blackman, something over" and cheating the
Miss Dorothy Wallace, the violin instructor boss out of a half or threequartersof I FIRE INSURANCE
: and Mr: Donald Nicholson, an hour's time each day? Or do
The Christmas Carols
the college ornithologist, are plan you beat the clock each morning by a Good Old

ning a collecting trip into the woods few minutes, full of "pep" and ready

and lakes, for natural history speci- for any question the boss might ask are charming when played ;
mens for the college museum. The you about the business, when he does Ni4 'mlp 1 'IpI1Hni1 l I I l on a Kimball Piano. You ClTYAtlD The \\\Ef\o\ \ Success.

collection is growing rapidly under come in? certainly should have one in !

the efforts of Mr. Nicholson, Dr. T. It's always easier to sleep a few w, ,k I ( your house. Give yourself COUNTRY
R. Baker, and Prof. Blackman, and it minutes late in the morning after i the pleasure of good music JANSEN
will not be long before the collectionof that game of pool or poker the night I .I' for the rest of your life by ; REALESTAUCjL, ,

animal specimens will be the equalof before, thinking, "Oh, I can skin into '" making yourself a present of ; IMPROVEDAHD!
$ k H a Knabe Piano. You can afford rOTARY
the mineral collection now in the the office before the boss gets there UyIMPRoVEf
museum. and he won't be wise." But the bossis it all right. Our prices ORLANDO UBLIC
r and terms insure that.
wise-or he wouldn't be the boss- FLORIDA.
Miss Clella Avery has gone hometo T %'
Jacksonville, and will no doubt enjoy and when promotion time comes, you r S Knabe Grands j
Knabe Upright
visiting again her former friends. will find you have been beating no one "The Worlds Best Pianos."
Misses Marie and Sadie Pellerin but yourself; .also that the thing Kimball Player Pianos I Office in Rock Building ORANGE AVE. Opposite San Juan Hotel

; will also spend the Christmas season worth beating in the business worlds Kimball Upright and Grand Pianos --
;' at home in Jacksonville.Miss the clock, and not the boss.-\Iem.
Gladys Bean, daughter of phis News Scimitar. -
Postmaster Bean of Tampa, will return A Number of Slightly Used CHRISTMAS GIFTS

home for the holidays. 'ROUND CHRISTMAS

Donald Marvin, Roland Barze and Pianos Very CheapDrennenLattner
Charles Sherman left Friday morning All day, 'round Christmas, I'm so i Gloves Silk Hosiery Neckwear
j, for Sanford, where they will pick glad, i

up their canoe sent on ahead, and It seems I never can be bad. : Fine Linen Handkerchiefs
make a camping trip down the St. The teacher even said today E I

Johns river, planning to go as far as How pleased she was to see the way Co. iw w Vanity Cases Leather Bags .
Jacksonville. This will be an unusual That careless little Billy Burke ,
y, vacation trip, and should be very ([That's me) had done his spelling and other Novelties

enjoyable.Miss work.
Orlando Fla.tHIIIHHtmilMIIIMHIttMltimMieHIMtliMiH
Katherine i
Doggett will spend
the holidays in St. Petersburg visiting Correct and neat, without a blot. MISSES MILTON & DUNN

a former student of Rollins, Miss She hoped that after holidays
Celia Baldwin. Miss Baldwin, who I'd keep my beautiful new ways,
graduated from the academy here And if we'd all sit soldier fine

last June, is now teaching in the high And say our numbers up to nine, Agents for Barclay CorsetsMcCall's

school in New Smyrna.The Before the bell for us to go Patterns
Christmas joy of the little Straight home from school across the

children in the mission school of Rev.F. snow, '

P. Ensminger should be much enhanced Not to return till January, . - -
by the gift of the Y. W. C. A. She'd let me choose a song that's D ',_ _'.1'_ _ J .- "__ -__ ,' '" ,

and Y. M. C. A. of the college. Every merry:- r
year the Christian'a sociations of "
the college have sent Christmas So then I called polite and clear, I tlammond&GoreFU

'r stockings to the school, in which Rol For "Christmas Comes But Once a i
lins people take much interest because Year!" I

of the fact that Mr. Ensmingeris All day, 'round Christmas, I'm so ERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.
a graduate and former teacher of glad, I
", the institution. This year the girls It seems I never can be bad. 12 Touring Cars REAL VALUES LOW PRICES
made up the stockings, and the boys -Mary White Slater, in the Ohio

contributed the money to fill them, Educational Monthly now on road. Place your : COMPARE
and thereby aid in the good work I I

r which Mr. ,and Mrs. Ensminger are andavoid being dis-
William, the six-year-old son of order [ OUR FURNITURE
doing in the face of such obstacles
Mr. and Mrs. William Lohre, of Lake \
among the poor of West Tampa. land, is dead, the result of appointed. I
an unusual We provide the quality of furniture that has long
accident. The child in playing i been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the
It is a woman's lot to pretend to about the yard at home accidentally) standard of merit. If an article is here it is good.It .
care less than she does, while a man' struck the side of his head against a F. G. RUSH, I' wouldn't be here were it otherwise. "We can't make

has to pretend to care more than he sharp nail that stuck out from the wall ,, this point too clear-it is one of the foundation stones
does. They both leave' off pretending of the dwelling. The nail pierced the Phone 226 of this business, and that means much to any buyer.McNEILL .

: about the same time. brain and the little fellow died withina -- ---- -
few hours.-Tampa Note in Times-
There is a possibility that before Union. I ,

long two lines of steamships will be J Cor;:Orange Ave. and Church SI., Orlando, Fla.
in operation between Tampa and Ha The new Presbyterian church which I
vana. has been in course of construction in "

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Orlando, Florida

!"t. your room or house

Miami, Fla., Dec. 20.-Two hundred I
cleaned without dust troubleof 19061913As
and seventeen thousand dollars was I or
subscribed in wen minutes last night
by a coterie of business men and. moving furniture .
property'owners toward a fund of
$400,000 decided necessary to secure I f
water for Miami. the old year draws to a close, many of us wonder what
deep I
The Pierce Electric Co. send an Experienced
A committee appointedto
strong was
i has become of the resolutions we made in the beginning oft'i;
solicit subscriptions and make up
the remainder of the sum. I man. year, to open a BANK ACCOUNT. Some have stuck by their
The enthusiastic meeting represent-I
nig leading business interests decided. resolution, and are now enjoying the ownership of a BANK BOOK,
to go after deep water and will ask
the city council at once to call a bond I with big round figures written therein, which mean so much to tone

election for an issue of $450,000 to' on a "RAINY DAY."
buy riparian rights property from

the nicipal way'company docks, it being considered and build nec-mu- Tne rlf L[ fLfLTmL L Inc.

essary to have $850,000 to buy, build To you who have not realized the joy of your resolution
and dig the channel.
Opposition heretofore has been on through the o d year, MAKE ANOTHER, START NOW, and appreciate
the that the would haveto CHURCH STREETRknockG
ground city
having a BANK ACCOUNT all your own in the ORLANDO
spend an enormous sum to dig the
channel to the after acquiring .1111111111..II..llllllloallll... .IIIIII.llalll.. HANK & TRUST
ocean COMPANY, and we will work for our mutual
railway land. The movement last
night made to do with the t benefit.

opposition the was event and the guarantee purchase away is a made.channelin ;; ;III' ' III l

WISCONSIN EUGENIC LAW. T' i r but onceH 'I f .

: M. M. SMITH, President. W. M. DAVIS, Vice-Presidcnl. G. E. NOLAN, Cashier. ; :: ;
Milwaukee, Dec. .-On and after

January marry in 1 this, 1914 State, men must who present wish certificates to- S. I :::time::: ::::::::::::::::::::: ::::::::::::::::::::: ::: :::::::::::::

of health signed by reputable A COMPLETE HOUSE
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physicians. The Eugenic La\vJ ------
New Modern
Bungalow- -
passed at the last session of the leg-
islature goes into effect on that day Lot covered with fine large trees full of oranges and SPECIAL FOR
and not even the cleverest lawyers grapefruit. Five rooms and bath. Located just off Eola
have been able to find of avoid-
a way Park and only a few blocks from Court House. We knowof ,-
ing it. It also provides that any per-
house in Orlando to with it at the
no other compare Xmas
son going to another state to marry Holidays
cannot return to Wisconsin within a price. Terms. .
period of one year unless he presents ; Gf
a physician's certificate. Intent to
defraud is punishable with imprisonment FIVE ACRE TRACTS Regular $6 and $7 Pants
of from one to thirty years. I Near Lake Underhill Finest grove land and finest groves
There has already been much discussion ; in Orange County. Develop a grove on your monthly spare
of the law by physicians, ; ; change. PRICE $ao PER ACRE. Timber practically pays ,
clergymen and social workers in this for clearing. Made to Your Measure
state. Many approve of it, while .
others assert that it will work no
good. The medical profession, how- NO INTEREST-NO TAXES

ever, appear to generally regard the until you own the deed. $3.50
statute with favor. i1\\\ !
The law provides that any physician ORLANDO REAL ESTATE CO. \ .

issuing a fake certificate shall Room 2. Watkins Block. =.-
be deprived of his license to practise .
and an any examination person disclosing by a physician the resultof shall o. L. PIP=IT:
+ "+Z+I- :-_ .
be with and
charged felony upon con- I
viction shall be sentenced to from one
to fIve years in the penitentiary. The The Aitamonte,1 34 CHURCH STREETSLEMONS
law sets forth that the cost for med- i
ical examination shall be $3: to be .
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paid by the applicant. Altamonte Springs, Florida
Following are some opinions expressed "I',I 0+1 1IIII D'1.1 G H+H+tti 111+t++tlt+lt'O-t'tHHt.tIH H t lit Hi H J ,.a I 8.t.
by leading clergymen and fHBw_ GD4W HCKI
physicians of Milwaukee: B Tcw OPE OB3 V
"The statute to become effective in
this state on January 1, 1914," said Most beautiful spot in all Florida
Dr. Williams Becker, a prominent Nine miles from Orlando. Every com- w. M.

physician, "which compels male candidates -I I fort and amusements, Golf, etc. Amongthe
for matrimony to present a tall pines, between two lovely lakes.
certificate of and mental'
health, would, theoretical!;', be conducive Cusine and service first-class. ;

both to sexes the betterment were equally..r subjected mankind,to if ur t ew fall bOO os're ow Coffling in

the law." GEO. E. BATES & SON Proprietors i ,

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The Miami lodge of Elks is preparing _
for an unusually large treat to

the in that children city will this be year.remembered.Every child A Be a Practical S. P. U. G. We sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co.

large and heavily laden Christmastree made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes.
will be prepared for the occasion. Even if you do not have an active member-
The distribution of presents from the Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and Towels. '
ship in the society. Use hard common sense
mammoth tree will take place in the
park opposite the Elks' club. in the selection of your Christmas gifts. Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from II. B. Claflin & Co.

Every lady appreciates a nice box of Stationery & Co. Best place in the city to trade.

t7TT -tt"tt>> ":' a pretty Book or an Alligator Purse, or I

ii I Automobile For Hire i i iI Hand Bag. Any gentleman has use for a hand- t

I ;I t New Five Passenger 'I"'I"I some Calendar, a box of "Gentleman's Club11 E W. M. SLEMONSORANGE

i I PHONE 419WE size Stationery, an Alligator Belt or a pret-
'I ty Paper Weight. All of these articles and
.. II..t t.J III 0 II .II 1.tN' f AVENUE
many more mav be found in our stock of use-

FIT GLASSES GRIND LENSES ful and for the .
practical gifts Holiday season -
OPTICAL REPAIRING I Our pretty red and green, wrapping paper -----

'and twine gives them a very Christmas ap- The Cathedral SchoolEAST ..t 11111111'1.fl...le..1 0 .0'.II" C .. ..,.... II...

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19 W. S. BRANCH, Orlando's Select Boarding and Barber Shop
Day School For Girls
The Arcade Book and Music Store Reopens Wednesday, October 1. EVERYTHING NEW AND CLE.XVPTO.D.TE
Primary, Intermediate, and College EQUIPMENT
OPTOMETRIST ....IIIIIJ8.II.tlllll.IIIIOf.JI.I.III.,11.18111111111'5c Preparatory Grades. Congress hydraulic and hair enameled dryer. chairs, Keen-edged implements, electric -
(Successor to Dr. 0. P. Likins) Also Courses in Music, Art, Elocu- massage EXPERT WORKMEN
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WM. HARPER Individual attention. Loving care. I
1 DRS.1 Crispette ? REV. RODERICK P. COBB, A. M.,
IF NOT, WHY NOT? At your at favorite dealersftor:( at
The Crispette Factory, 26 W. Pine Street.
< > Oldest Established Practice In

> 19 W. Church Orlando Street, fe-Stairs : : THE CRISPETTE CO. of Escambia grafting county said his sheriff chief dep accused -
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Sooth Florida Sentinel Yes, the weather has not been as A. Y. FUI.IER R. L FOX ; I
80 Acre Home
MORNING AND WEEKLY seasonable' for the past two or three Twelve automobiles filled with :

JOSIAH FERRIS. Editor and Owner. days as some would wish. But doesit members of the Baptist Young Peo- THE PALMS AUTO COREO :!
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make it better stand around G acres in fine large trees; G
to Union
Entered at the pobtoffice at Orlando. Flor- any ple's and senior members of II i
ida as Second Class Mail Matter. and kick about it? We do not make the church headed by the pastor, Rev.Dr. :I acres in young budded fruit:
SUBSCRIPTION RATES the weather, but we should make Edward T. Poulson and family, MOTOR CARS I'
about 10,000 nursery stock,
TilE DAILY SENTINELOne the best of it. visited the county home Sunday afternoon :
Year _...................$5.00 If it rains and is cloudy and and distributed gifts to the For long life and low cost of upkeep. We also carry a ::some of which are budded; 10poultry

Six Months ........ ........... 2.50 gloomy, we can make it much more inmates there. Miss Eunice DeLaney
: houses and
full stock of : yards S
and accessories. Have forceof
supplies a good ;
Three Months .. .. .. ... .... .. 1.25 cheerful for those about us by being made a pretty talk in delivering the

TUESDAY, DECEMBER I 23, 1913. happy and hopeful for better thingsto presents, and this was followed with competent repair men. All our work is absolutely :": room house in fine condition;
come. talks given by Dr. Poulson and Mr. three beautiful lake fronts; 709
district The man who is continually grumbling M. 0. Overstreet, chairman of the guaranteed. 'I
The Third congressionalrace
: boxes fruit; 2 cows; ;30 pure
is already sizzling.The about the weather is worse than board of county commissioners and a
o the weather itself. He casts a gloomover leading member of the Baptist church. ,: bred chickens, and some tools

Frank Mayes boom for governor those who would otherwise be :Ir. Overstreet paid a feeling compli- : included in sale if taken soon.

seems to have fallen asleep. cheerful in spite of the bad weather. ment to the young people for their THE PALMS AUTO CO : Price $ ,OOO. Terms i is neces
o- Some people lay right down and thoughtfulness and commended them .

Harry Floyd must be lost in one quit when the weather don't suit for their praiseworthy work. Dr. I FULLER & FOX, roprietors. : !sary.
them. Lots of merchants with Poulson of the of
of the swamps between Quincy and large spoke spirit the season i
Jacksonville; he hasn't been heard stocks of goods to dispose of give up and the beautiful custom of giving Cooper Atha

from in several days. trying to let the people know aboutit and referred to the source of that I ---- - |
'. o thus lessening their chances for custom in an earnest and convincingmanner. .1111 11111111'11111111111111111111111111'IIII.elllltotice
The hotel! men of St. Augustine selling.
have organized a protective associa Why can't we be content to take I ; Orlando FloridaOlMMMMMHttmmiM
tion. The cult that isn't organizednow the weather as it comes and make I CITY SETTLES WITH LUTHER -

is headed toward the bone heap. the most of it. There is a world of I FLORAL CO. FOR $300 12.5-3m.
o sound philosophy in the words of the I to uto Owners

And now it is reported that thereis man who when asked if he wasn't The finance committee of council
tired of seeing it rain, replied, "Oh, I
a "lemon trust. We see only one reported last night in favor of settling -
way out of it, and that is for Attor don't know as I care how much it with the Luther Floral companyfor
ney General McReynolds to hand rains, I don't have to shovel it." the sum of $300. The company R. L. HOLLANDwill
them one.Postmaster. Be cheerful and keep busy trying had sued the city for $2,000 damages l Supreme Auto Oil

o to help others and the.weather won't alleged to have been done by the recover your old Auto or Buggy
Burleson's daughters matter. flooding of the premises occupied by

are expert tango-ers. It's good their the company due, it was claimed, to Tops. Make your Back and Cush- The oil that has
papa got a cabinet job before his con SIDELIGHTS insufficient drains. The recommen-
stituents out in the wilds of Texas I dations of the finance committee were ion Slip Covers and Auto Top, dust stood the su-

heard about that. No, son, the proper "Christmas favorably acted upon by council.IETHOlHST .
o "spirit that you see mentioned in the covers. New top or cushion work for preme test

It is said that Villa, the Mexican papers so often, does not come from
rebel leader, can not read nor write. the Jacksonville mail order houses. SERVICES carriages and buggies at reasonable ---- = THAT ::: --

., The three R's don't seem to be need- Neither is it the spirit that prompts
Dr. Wray and his great congregation i
All material
ed to any considerable extent its 1 you to give a Christmas present to prices. guar-
at the Grand were delighled yesterday -

Hurta's domain. o your rich you relatives believe such and a friends gift will because Ferrandou.with the Mrs.superb Grace solos Hall of Phiel-Don anteed by T. M. Coppedge, Trimmer Goo Gulf Gasoline

The each ring a larger. one to Likewiseis
newspapers are greeting you.
doffer, another great artist, is expected -
other upon their respective Christmas it not the spirit that ceaes: giving
to sing next Sunday morning ATHmillllMHtlitMiHMIlMMIHtttltHMMMMf
editions. They were all good, but when you have provided for all the and evening. -
among the best was that issued by members of your family and a few

the DeSoto County o News. I very Christmas intimate spirit bears friends.the impress The real of CATHOLICCHURCH[ R1 l. HOLLAND CARRiAGE[ s SHOP r : : P. G. WALTON, Agt.

Some of the fire chiefs are publishing Him for whom Christmas is named, .
Christmas services in the
warnings to people to be careful !and who "went about doing good," day cath-I
olic church follows PHONES 450-269
as :
with fire and fireworks. The Christ- I not to the rich and powerful, nor )'et
Low :Mass, 5 a.m. .
mas season is generally a bad one to his family and friends. Here areHis
Low Mass, 7:30 a. m. MIIIIMMIIIIIimillllltOur
for fires. Too much caution cannot words: "In as much as ye have
High Mass and 10
sermon a. m. -- - --- - -- ------------ - ----- - -------
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be exercised. not done it to the least of these, ye
Benediction of the Blessed Sacra-
o have not done it unto me.
I ment, 5 p. m.
Loquats, or Japanese plums, are -
already ripening. It is unusually Some people are accurate but not I All are cordially invited. New StockOffer
> early for this fruit to ripen in Flor- I Holiday
rapid in their work, and others are
ida, but the mild winter has forced JEWELRY IS MOST ACCEPTABLEA
rapid but not sufficiently accurate
.. it along and it will be all the moreenjoyable
Postmaster O'Neal is noted for both
by reason of its early ap- of these business qualifications, hencehe demands number of gift of years seekers of has serving enabled the in great variety really desirable and useful presents for

pearance. o has done much to dispatch busi- us to know what is most desirable for people of all ages and is a most popular stock in every respect
ness at the parcels post window for
The DeSoto county newspaper pub- the past week by playing the part of usual Christmas efforts gifts-We this year have to made bring un-to because of its choice selections, trustworthy values and fair
lishers have gotten together and "Horatius at the Bridge," and for
formed a protective organization.: hours at a time has weighed pack- able Orlando in jewelry the newest and silverware and best ,obtain-whichwe prices. If you are asking where you can buy the best and

Their preamble begins "Owing to the ages and licked stamps on many
are confident will please our pa cheapest this season will get answer by looking
deplorable condition of the 'publishing Christmas packages that have been trons. you your

business in this county," or wordsto mailed. EVANS, the Jeweler. through our large and superior line of attractions and com-
that effect. It will be hard tomake

outsiders believe that the pub- Orlando friends of Prof. Hathaway I pare qualities and prices with others.
lishers of DeSoto are in such a bad who has lately resigned the position DOES YOUR SCALP ITCH?

way. Their papers do not'show it, at of superintendent of the Duval If one bottle Davis' Hair Remedy

least. high school in Jacksonville, to assume doesn't cure we'll give your money
o the duties of superintendent of back. Estes Pharmacy sells it. The Virtue of easonaDle Prices

Jacksonville's long list, of terrifying public instruction for Duval county, 12-9-tf
crimes received an addition Sun- will be gratified to learn that on giving -

day morning when a desperate negro up his position in the high school, IMIMHHlHMMMMMMIII is never never neglected You will find it in connection with
killed a deputy sheriff. The murder he was presented'by the pupils witha

was without provocation, and is the beautiful sectional book case and a fLOR L CO Honest Goods and Genuine Merit throughout our Beautiful
second of the kind committed in that I gold Masonic watch charm as a mark I
city within a short time. It is to be ''of the respect and love the classes CUT FLOWERSOUR Stock, which is unexcelled in Variety and Quality.

hoped that swift justice will follow. have for him.President .

.. Jacksonville's negro.criminals are becoming SPECIALTYPhone
a fearful menace. Wilson will spend his 2516) TAMPA, FLA.

o winter vacation on the gulf coast in lilllllillllilMIMMMttDr.

What is moving the poets? Harry Mississippi, and Secretary BlJ'anU
Floyd, the Franklin county bard, has go to Miami to have a look at his I
started a walking race for the United winter residence that is being finishedin Buckmaster
States senate and Lucius Perry Hills, that place. In the absence of more
: an Atlanta poet, has started on a definite knowledge on the subject of
thousand mile walk to the further winter resorts, these gentlemen will Osteopathic Physician POSTOFFICE
} most end of Florida. Lucius might no doubt enjoy their respite from affairs -
join Harry at Jacksonville, and accompany of the state in the localities 132 Orange Avenue
..: him on his journey to Or- mentioned, but if Secretary Burlesonor EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING
Next door to People's Bank,
lando. We would undertake to guarantee Secretary Somebody Else wishesto
a warm reception and a good enjoy life in the finest climate and I I up-stairs. Acute and chron I -
dinner upon their arrival. prettiest winter resort town in the i i ic diseases treated.Telephone .

o whole South, he should come to Or
i 578. -
The New York World very aptly I lando. I p

says that Postmaster General BurIeson's - --- 1
plan for possessing the govern- I Last :Xrrlas: Call
merit of tht
telephone lines is not a

Democratic nor a Wilson policy, and New Studebakers are Here I MILLINERY,. COATS AND COAT SUITS
can not be made so by Mr. Burleson's
insistence. The World advises Mr Four Five TouringCar
Burleson to devote his time to makin $1,115.Four Cylinder. Passenger $32.50 to $;)j.OO Suits at .$15.00 $''2.50 to $30.00: Suits at .$10.00
t the postal service better, which i it HONESTLY THIS IS NO JOKE-WE MEAN BUSINESS
adds by way of parenthesis, is much Cylinder Landau-Roadster, 1265.

the more telegraph in need and of telephone improvement service.than $1,640.Six Cylinder, Six Passenger Touring Car, XMAS GIFTS

k'I I
Prices f.o.b. Orlando.All .
hundred thousand stamped and ad-I Cars fully equipped with Electric Lights and I(
dressed Handkerchiefs at G3c.: and 73c.; values at
envelopes containing campaign I starter---and every up-to-day equipment. Come I 33c. 19c.
literature in favor of around and them.
Hallere stolen during Tamman"I see 1 i All others in proportion. Neckwear in real Cluny, Irish and Filet. Beautiful Rhinestone -

paign and were consequently never i I i and Embossed Robes, Mesh Bags, Hand Bags, Silk Underwear, Kayser and
delivered. The item of cost involvedwas
twenty-seven thousand dollars- San Juan Garage Co. McCollum Silk Hosiery.

not an inconsiderable amount to be

stolen, but the most interesting thingin I All Night Service I
connection with the theft is the : I
fact that it prevented Tammany from I ::1I.1.A.EIOt\r: E. :!V-ES

playing what was'considered Its heavy AJAX TIRES guaranteed 5000 miles, Five
card in the campaign. The incident I The Christmas Shopping PJ&ce"THE.
I' shows per cent off for cash, J
also that many crimes are t
!f committed in the cause of reform. .i ,


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CandiesWhen .1. Take a Tipi To the Employers of

buying Christmas Candies it is like buy i . Froffi Santa The Orlando Water & Light Co., wish- I

ing everything else, you want the best.
4 you a pleasant Christmas we want to

fri :Make the men folks

And when you open a package of Butt's Choc t4_ happy with a present remind you of ourRemoval

olates your "sweet tooth," which delights in that -y they can enjoy. The

keen rich flavor ol f perfect;:confection, will be grati- -- man who comes downstairs Sale

fied beyond expression.For i Christmas morn-

ing and findsA H

the most wholesome Candies in the city

go to LUCERNE CIRCLEWAITING We are making unheard of prices on ;

FOR HIM high grade footwear for men, women and ;

BUTT'S' KANOY KITCHEN f Will know that someone has been thinking of his happiness children.

during the excitement of gift-buying. And he'llalso
q These are only a few of our bargains:
1 know that "someone" has taken the trouble to find

out the kind of cigar he likes-a Mild, FulI-FIavored,

"The Home ol Quality"WADE Rich-Tasting cigar that is as full of Fine Aroma as Men's $5.00 Florsheim Shoes and 9 C

Cuban suns could make it.tlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll.. Oxfords I IUil

MIHIII .,. Ladies' $5.00 Shoes or Oxfords all q on

Messrs. Oran Poe and W. L. Rod- t
dey, of Rock Hill, S. C., arrived yesterday -
How dear to our heart is the annual Misses and Childrens $3.00 Shoes
I on a visit to :Mr.: and Mrs. C. o 9n
THE TUNER E. Graham, at their beautiful new subscriber, I The city employes will get their and Oxfords Li I
Who in advance at the birth of December salaries -
ORLANDO. FLA. home on Lucerne Circle. pays I today, City ClerkC. \
; II' each year, A. Boone having been directed by
J Mr. and :Mrs.: Hoffman have' j'
Harry Who sends on his money, and parts council to draw warrants for the Every Pair in the House Reduced.
arrived from their home in New York
with it gladly, I amounts. This was done in order to
Don't forget II. Kanner's sale is. city to spend the holidays with :Mrs.: For this casts round our office a halo I provide the men with their salary
Seth Woodruff, the mother of Mrs.
still going on. 21-t of cheer. money in advance of the holiday de I

Mr. A. L. Taveau, of Altamonte Hoffman. mands.

Springs, spent yesterday in the city. When in doubt try "Eiffel"thehose Who never says "stop it, I can not I F & G. DuckworthFEET II
with a conscience-the leader, 3 "
Household words-emphasized afford it! ELECTION OF BOND TRUSTEE
Boardman's "Store of Satisfaction." pairs for one dollar, in black and col- I Or "I'm getting more papers than I TO BE HELD JANUARY 21 I

ors, is a surprise to every one, atoardman's I can well read," i FITTER
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Beeman have
York. "Store of Satisfaction" :But always says "send it, the family City council has ordered an eiec.I .1
returned'from a visit to New I
only. It like it, tion to be held January 21, to fill the
Cash Registers. Warman fixes 'em Mrs. M. E. Limerick has returned In fact, it's considered an uptodateneed I vacancy on the board of bond trustees Orlando, Florida
on Court street from a visit to relatives in Brooks- !" caused by the resignation of Mr. E.
:Mr. W. T. Connell, of Oakland, wasa ville and Jacksonville and is again at I F. Sperry. Mr. Sperry's resignationwas ilMMIMHiMIIMIilMIHIIMMiMIIHMMIHMim.

business visitor to Orlando yester her home, 310 North Orange avenue. How inspiring, his note when he sendsto accepted by council at last I!:

day.If. The display at Hammond & Gore's our office, night's meeting.AT HtHltlMMMIMHMIMMIIMMIMMimMHIiiH'Money 1 If i iI

you want that parcel post pack- store is wholly within the place, and How he makes our heart throb, and &

age to arrive at its destination in there may be found in endless pro- our sad eyes to dance; THE LUCERNE I

time for Christmas, send it now. 'I fusion a choice collection of useful We silently thank him, and inwardly to Loan

Mrs. B. G. Abernethy left yesterday articles for the household of Mrs. bless him- Mabel Paige and her excellent I

for Tampa to visit her daughter, I Everyman. The variety is very large The steady subscriber who pays in company are behind the footlights I

:Mrs. C. V. Whittaker.Just and the goods are attractive.The advance. at the Lucerne theater this week. :I II

received a large shipment of San Juan Garage has sold a -Land Values. Notwithstanding the inclement weather -, Loans in sums of$500 to $3000on

fireworks at Rock's Bakery hondsome Studebaker a good sized audience greeted.
all kinds of Six to Mr. S.
ANOTHER OLD SOLDIER them last evening, and those who attended IMPROVED INSIDE for
B. Hill, of Maitland, which Mr. Hill property
CLAIMED BY DEATH were well pleased with the
Mrs. Mary G. Miller, of Mount Joy, has given to his family for a Christmas -
evening's entertainment. i I a term of FIVE Principal
in Orlando. She is a present.Mr.
Pa., is visiting i
- John Delp, of Olive, an old soldier Tonight the play, a farce on the
guest of the San Juan. and Mrs. E. E. Tetrick, of veteran, died at the home of his servant question, "The New Cook,"i and interest payable in monthly

Mrs. M. D. Fleece and Mr. J. W. Worthington, W. Va., have returnedin daughter, Mrs. Elezer Sperry, at 12 should draw a crowded house. i I

Fleece, of Memphis, Tenn., are among Orlando for another season and o'clock Monday, December 1. Funeral iI I!I instalments.MMMHHMMIIHMMMMMIHIIIIIIMIHMfrH.

the guests registered at the San Juan. are occupying their home, 312 North services were held at 2 o'clock yesterday NO NEED TO SEARCH FOR GIFTS !,
Just received a large shipment of Main street.It afternoon, December 3, at the -
at Rock's Bakery is to yourself entirely if church. !' s.J7..A y-
all kinds of fireworks up you Bingham Shopping from one store to anotherin -.
12-23-2t put off your Christmas shopping till The deceased was abou tSO years of an endless search for suitable

Mrs. 0V.. Conner and daughter, the last moment and have to make age and had lived on section 7, Olive gifts is not necessary nowsimplycome >

your selection from depleted assort- township, a number of years. His ; .
Miss Lillian, of Tangerine, spent sev- here. Whatever you wish for milMIIMIIMIMHChristmas '
eral hours in Orlando yesterday shop- ments, but even then Boardman's wife died three or four years ago. gifts to relatives or friends, you will
'Store of Satisfaction" can satisfy the Besides Mrs. Sperry, he leaves an- t
ping. find in each department a wealth of Present Free
Take a look at the window of fancy most exacting tastes. It other daughter, Mrs. Samuel Kreble, the "right things," and at a priceto i

cakes for your Christmas dinner, at Mr. Ben L. Abberger, inspector in who is spending the winter at Orlando suit

Rock's Bakery. 12-23-2t charge of the Southern Weighing bu- Fla. you.ALLEN & COMPANY, Handsome China

reau, will arrive from Jacksonville Mr. Delp had been ailing ever since Jewelers
Mr. Ed. Hovey arrived. yesterdayfrom Orange avenue. and Saucer
today to spend Christmas with his he was in the wreck on the M. U. T. Cup
Glens Falls, N. Y., on a visit to
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Ho parents, Mr. and Mrs. John A. Ab last spring.-News, St. Johns, Mich. KEYSTONE 'CHRISTMAS DINNER

berger. 7.T; cents Call and see themOur
more shopping days to Christ Mrs. Susie Riddle Miller and chil- Oyster Cocktail
mas. Utilize them to best advantageby dren, Oscar and Susie, arrived last Roast Turkey, Sage Dressing
Deputy Game Warden E. C. McDowell Cranberry Sauce
doing purchasing at Board-, night from Milwaukee, Wis., and will
your went out scouting Sunday, Celery Radishes Fruit Salad stock of Xmas Goodies has arrived and we
man's "Store of Satisfaction. It spend the winter with their aunt, Creamed New Irish Potatoes
and caught four Seminole county citizens are prepared to supply you with Nuts, Mince* Meat,
Mrs. C.
V. Rowland Green Beans
on South Mani String
Rev. Herbert Elwes, wife and baby, street. in the neighborhood of Taylor's Candied Yams Creamed Cauliflower Figs, Dates, Raisins, Currants, Fruits, Plum .Pud-

reached Orlando last night on a visit creek engaged in shooting game on Steamed Rice ding, Fruit Cake, etc., for thatCHRISTMAS
to his parents, Col. and Mrs. D. G. :Mrs.: Belle Rogers, of Chester, N. Sunday. He placed them under cash Nuts Raisins Fruits
Cary-Elwes. H.; Mrs. John Hood, of Geneva Lake, Mince and Pumpkin Pie
bonds of $25 each, and required
f Wis., and Mrs. Dora D. Davis Pound and Fruit Cake DINNER
of Tel-
Pumpkin, meringue, mince, cocoa- appearance before County Judge Wm.
nut and custard pies, at the German ton, N. II., are three estimable ladies Martin Wednesday morning at 10 W. T. ENTRICAN, I

opposite San Juan hotel. sojourning at Duke Hall for the win- o'clock. The warden
Bakery game predicts Makes a specialty of painting, papering ,
12-23-2t ter. that they will not appear, and that refinishing floors, furniture, etc. : THE SANITARY GROCERY

Mrs. W. T. Jamison, of Tampa, has Mr. W. M. Coble, the clever commercial the bonds will be forfeited.Mrs. Phone 66.:: 12-21-lm''

arrived to spend Christmas with her I I agent of the Macon, Dublin CARUTHERS & GORE
Eat what want.
:& Savannah railroad, \\"ho makes Or- you
daughter, Mrs. Geo. McCulloch, on Grace Hall Riheldaffer, who Eat all you want.

North Orange avenue. I lando his headquarters, has gone to has been on a visit to her parents, Take a postscript and forget it. Phone 200
i Waynesville, N. C., to spend the holidays Mr. and Mrs. T. II. Thompson, on For sale by all druggists. i 6 & 8 Pine Street
Just received a big supply of Boys' !I 11.30-d&w.lm
with home folks. South Main street, left
l'othing-waist and knee pants-and;j i
Mrs. Chas. F. Granniss and aftrenoon for her home in Pittsburg.Miss :j
them sacrifice i daughter -
Kanner's New York Bargain Store. Miss Dorothy, and son, Donald, Riheldaffer will be remembered
21-3t !I:.of Waterbury, Conn., have arrived by her pleasing voice which was Have you dandruff? If one bottle MIMI8MIMItlHMIIIMIIM HimiMIBu'J ,
Davis' Hair does not it
and joined Mr. Granniss at their hos- heard during our Chautauqua week Remedy cure ,
Cashier W. G. Talton, of the Apopka -''pitable home on West street. They last winter. you get your money back. Estes , , MMIMIIIIMMM

bank, and Dr. C. P. :McCall: were j'. Pharmacy sells it. 12-9-tf I
were accompanied by Miss Black.
representative citizens of Apopka inj', HAIR FALLING OUT? -- I Christmas
j: The many boys and girls of this Suggestions | |
Orlando yesterday. j
city i who are attending colleges are Davis' Hair Remedy will stop it.I LUTHER THE FLORISTCut

Don't forget that some one in your i I arriving in the city. Yesterday Money back guarantee. Estes Pharmacy

home needs a Kimono-the best selection I brought a large number home while sells it. 12-9-tf' Flowers FOR MEN

at popular pricesBoardman's j!many more will arrive today and to. ROSES, VIOLETS,
"Stre of Satisfaction." I
morrow. OSTEOPATHY CARNATIONS, PANSIES, I Bath Robes Full Dress Sets
If you want dainty gifts for Christ- I Warman Sells, and Fixes Bicycles, ,
House Coats
mas at reasonable prices, go to the In Court street. 12-5-tf DR. J. C .HOWELL POTTED PLANTS Sets

Woman's Exchange; also while there I I Eat what you want. Hours, 10.12, 3.;), and by appointment I' --._-- Collar Bags Tie Racks

leave your order for plum puddingsor Eat all you want. I No extra charge for house treatment Fancy Vest Traveling Cases
i Take
a postscript and forget it.
mince pies "like mother made. I
For sale Telephone connections COAL CHARCOAL
I by all druggists.
12-19-tf ll-SO-d&w-lm Office cor. Orange and Central ..1ves.manias .ij i I The best line of Neckwear ever brought to" Or-

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; Veneer Cores Special lot of Silk Hose at 25C per pair.

:: Suggestions !;I Seasoned Heart Oak Pine Wood Come and look our stock over.

McELROY I All sizes and lengths Let us help you make a selection.
i OrlandoYooil\ YardB.
Kodaks Huyler's Candies, \Vaterman's Fountain Pens, Ivory Mirrors, Combs 3

and Brushes, Mary Garden's and Houbigaul's Extracts, Thermos Bottles and I KINGSIEY Proprietor : SCRUGGS & DICKSON i

Cases all sizes and prices. Phone 344 104 W. Pine St. : This store is the home of Hart Schallner & Marx clothes >

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NEWS FROM ALL News comes from Port Tampa that I FOR SALE-At a bargain, twenty- ..' IIIIIMtt-HiMtMtMlliMIIMItMMlHmmm*

PARTS OF FLORIDA the city is on the verge of the great.'I acre grove! ; five hundred grapefruit MISCELLANEOUS : t

est boom since the Spanish-American\I[trees orange, fifty trees.tangerine Grove should trees, and pay 750 for DRESSMAKING at 307 E. Pine St.

(From the Gainesville Sun) war. Real estate is soaring, dwelling itself in two years. Address P. 0. 2-12-lm Toysflt! !
There is said to be more investorsin houses are in great demand, the town(I Il2-18-d&w-tf,Box 105, Orlando, Fla. Toys

the city of Miami at the present is full of visitors, and all the business EVERYTHING NEW for Xmas at
the Evans Parlors, No. 100 North
time than in any December in recent houses are enjoying a splendid Iain. Phone 125. 1-26-tf
House and at Fair Villa, 13
years.A business. grove \ ARE NOW PREPARED TO GIVE
. acres, of which three acres are young CHAUFFEUR WANTS POSITION;
budded grapefruit; borders lake; white six YOU A JOY RIDE
; years' experience do repairin -
contract has been let by the Kis- The Keewatin school for boys has house of 8 rooms; good barn; attractive !!. Address Chauffeur, ;care of
simmee Club company for the build- decided to locate in St. Augustineand winter home. Apply at this office. Sentinel. 1223StDON"T

ing of a club house on the company's will start the course in the near:11-15-1m CHRISTMAS S GiFT LAND
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DELAY, but get your Xmas
grounds in that city. future. Heretofore this select school i FOR SALE Photos snow at the Evans Parlors,

1 has made its winter quarters atlawks' j 43 acres, located three miles northwest one block north of court house. Phone
of the of Park, near New Smyrna. The of Orlando, on S. A. L. R. R., at 125. 11-26-tf
The second
meeting year I Fairvilla Station, on Lake Fairview; _______h___ _ __ And will Dead Sure Lead You
Educational of the school we
the Hillsborougfh County management pays especial (
lake front near station; young grape- Artistic photographs for Xmas at
L association took place at Plant City attention to athletics and an expert |fruit and orange grove; land about the Evans Parlors, No. 100 N. Main. Through a Land of Plenty This YearIT
last Saturday. baseball player will be the physical |half citrus fruit and half vegetable; Phone 25. 11-15-tf
director. '8-room house, barn; ideal winter

: I home, right near Country Club. Address WANTED-Position as dairyman; WILL BE A PLEASURE FOR US TO SHO\\ YOl
I Oranges are still moving from the --- W. T. Chapman, owner, R. F. D several years' experience; by mar THROUGH OUR IMMENSE LINE of HOLIDA\
vicinity around Turkey Creek, but For Christmas novelties visit H. :No.. 2, Orlando. ll-27-lm-d&w. ried man. Call on or address L H I
Jarrett, 205 West Pine St. 11-29-tf
news comes that it won't be very long tanner's New York Bargain Store. .
r before they are all gone. 91-Of Gild-edge proposition. An orange WANTED-To lease or rent ten to I STOCK IS NOW READY FOR YOUR CONS1D-
< prove, 130 large trees, including crop; twenty acre grove and truck land\
The first meeting of the Audubon I within city limits; about four acres; for 1914, with an option to buy. Address I ERATION. FROM TOYS OF EVERY DESCIUP'fIOTO :\,
f Christmas Suggestions: A Kodak,! staked into nineteen lots. Bargain i if G. E., Grand hotel. 1'-21-1w THE USEFUL AND SUBSTANTIAL GIFT. \\E
.' Society was held in the parlors of the Waterman Fountain Pen, Thermos sold soon. E .A. McBride, 504 Magnolia I ; HAVE IN PLENTY; AND AS CHRISTMAS IS AMI THERE
Belmont hotel in St. Petersburg yes 12-18-6 WANTED-By a woman living alone,
Bottle, or box of Huyler's Candy, atMcElroy's. avenue.
I a white woman strong and willingto > WE INVITE YOU TO SELECT NOW. .
: 1210eod5tPEOPLE'S do work in mod-
FOR SALE I practical a good
-- - --- -- Good property; 40 acres little north ern home. Apply Sentinel office.
Ground will be broken in Jackson- af Orlando, on beautiful lake. Young 12-20-3t : MaRe This Store Headquarters

ville early in January for a new cigar WANTS !budded grove, bearing; good dwelling.The c
WANTED blacksmith of
capable \
will be in ideal place for poultry and dairy
factory, and the plant operation machine and
doing heavy smithing :
farm-good plenty room, good :
the middle of March. range McCULLOCH'SDEPARTMENT
by milk trade established. Will sell stock scroll work. Apply office, South Flor- I

MUNNIMAKERS .with place. Box 34, Route 2, Orlando, ida Foundry and Machine Works. I II
Thirty-six thousand boxes of or- Notices of Lost Wanted For Sale For Fla. 12-15-lm I 12-16-lw J:
Rent etc., for this column 2:c for one day, -- _
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anges and grapefruit were shipped 50c for three days, or $1.00 for one week, for A\TED-lly gentleman of good'' ,
from the freight house at Cocoa dur- 25 words or less. Money must accompanythe FOR RENT character, to form the acquaintance ,:
advertisements for this column, as no f nice between'
() a respectable lady, 1
the month of November.The insertions will be made credit
ing on FOR RENT-Furnished seven-room 1 he; ages of 25; and 35; object, matrimony -, '
I- house. Call at Sentinel. 12-14-tf if suited. Address F. II., care; :
Times-Union says: Prominent FOR SALE c Sentinel. 12-14-6t Door to Evan's Jewelry Store11111'1"'IIIO"III'IIIIIII'II'OIIIII'I'lllltI
EIGHT-ROOM furnished house i I''
workers of the local Baraca union I II ; gas
C.I I and electric lights. 205; E. Robinson ARTISTIC: Photography for Xmas i..
FOR SALE-A good horse. Gus
perfected plans yesterday morning Fla. 12-2-lm avenue, on Lake Eola. 12: -tf now. The Evans Parlors, one block; I 11111
looking to the establishment here ofa _Schultz, Formosa,_ I II 1 II north: of Court house. Phone 125.1126tf (
FOR RENT Furnished choice 1
I romos,
home for working boys. FOR SALE-House and lot; also lots! location, close in, only five minutes : i j
on Broadway, Amelia avenue and!
walk from postoffice. Inquire 214 M
t WilY PAY exorbitant rent or board? '
To insure prompt delivery of parcel inson Summerlin, 301 Concord street. Mrs.avenue.Norman 11-27-lm Rob-:East Church St. 12-19-3t Why not buy a little home? Buy ,
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post packages in St. Petersburg j I I it of the owner and save the agent's

a delivery wagon will be placed i in PURE GEORGIA CAXE SYRUP I I FOR modern RENT,three-Newly minutes furnished to everything.rooms, commission.. Address B., Box 178. "Kill the Chill"All

service until after the holiday rush !In barrels, bottles, can, and by retail; Rent reasonable. COS West St. ll-;Olm.nOUSECLEAXINGAny

making the rounds of the different between Bumby's hardware store and:12-?1-1 w
Arlington hotel. Sold by kind of of-
routes and delivering packages whichare 12-23-3t W. E. POWELL. I'FOR RENT-Rooms, with or fice or housecleaning wanted by the indications point toward a cold winter *

too bulky for the carriers to han- board; newly furnished; large veranda I.day, by young, energetic married woman -
dle. FOR SALE-Fine team mules and': ; all conveniences; nothing (white). Inquire Sentinel office. this year and the best way to be comfortable

camping wagon with furnishings,I!ter for the money in Florida. bet-I 121561CHRISTMAS

The military funeral of the late I cheap for cash. Must be seen to be Magnolia_ _avenue._ ___I on cold mornings and evenings
Can be at the fair PRESENTS!
appreciated. seen I
Major S. A. Rawls, a well known citizen -I I grounds. 12-23-Ct I FOR rooms RENT and-sleeping Furnished porch house; ten I II Ii That will please young or old, boy or ; or during the day in your office is to have a

of Jacksonville, took place in,'. !ly located; suitable for either central-I girl, man or woman. A year's subscription -
Fernandina Tuesday. The firing squadat FOR SALE-Five or ten acre tract I two families. Address F. G. Rush, to Sorosis Library. Onlyone
one-half mile outside of city limits; City. 11-26-tf I dollar and a half (1.50). REZNOR GAS HEATER
the grave was composed of members cleared fenced and improved. Address
of the Jacksonville light infan- "Owner" this office. 12-10-2w
I FOR RENT-New furnished rooms in i HAND PAINTED CARDS I "

try, of which company Major Rawls 1-I FOR SALE-New-- residence- 409 An-' new modern home; every com"en.1 Appropriate cards for all occasions They are cheap to buy and very economical -
active member. ience kitchenette desired cards, cards, etc.
was for years an ; ; reason- I-menu, place score
.- ti., balance derson two street.years Terms time., half Inquire down on, able. 14 E. Amelia avenue, next door :Also designs:: for book plates. Sam ; 3 to 6 cents an hour, according to the
to the W 'oming. 12-1-tf ples on hand and orders taken at 112
TRe-annual convention of the Flor- premises afternoons, or E. H. Gore, i iI I Grace St. Phone 608. Lu F. Halsted.
the cleanest and
ida Fire Pferention society will be Caruthers & Gore Sanitary Grocery, FOR RENT-Large, well furnishedroom 'I tf. ; size-and are most convenient -
j6 and 8 E. Pine St. 11-29-lm!
held in Tamp today and tomorrow.\ I to persons wishing suburban I made. No wood ashes
| heating
accommodations; also 2 acres good PEOPLE'S PAINTERI or
The main entertainment features will FOR SALE CHEAP-L. C. Smithgun I I
J truck land close in. Good
be a big smoker tendered to the dele-I good ,condition.12 gauge,A.28-inch N. Goodwin barrels,; at in,1 i for right person. Address opportunity "A,"- I'painting can, save papering you and money sign on writing.your! oil to carry-just turn the valve and strikea
at the board'of trade rooms Sentinel. 9-8tf
gates i
Overstreet Crate Co.'s office. Try m eand prove it. Work guaran- b
Wednesday night by the Tampa Mer teed. Frank Hayworth, decorator, a match.
chants' association. 12.10-tf-_ _ ___n__ ____ FURNISHED ROOMS for light 206 E. South St., Orlando. 12-16-6t
housekeeping; every convenience t ----- -
FOR SALE OR RENT-With stools ,
both, hot and cold electric NOTICE -
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and tools best farm in
WANTED-One to two years, $3,000; county; variety lights; telephone; close in; rea- I Mr. M. W. Crossley having retiree
real estate collateral. Box 672, Or- fruits, 1,600 trees; elegant up-:: sonable. 200 E. Robinson Ave. as a member of the Palms Auto ('0.,
: I to-date buildings:: etc. Box 144, Orlando 'I
will be untie '
lando. 12233tW. the business continued ; ORLANDO VATER & LIGHT m C
J. Van Buskirk. 12-21-tl
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FOR RENT-Parties wishing quiet, the same name by the other two ,
comfortable home for the wintercan I j t members of the firm, Messrs. A. \,
FOR SALE find 3 or 4 room apartment, fully |Fuller and R.. L. Fox, as proprietor.
Painter and interior decorator. New r Five-room bungalow, with bath an I:equipped for housekeeping, gas, elec- i! All assets and liabilities of the I'alm Gas Department
ideas and old ones, too. Phone 636. sleeping porch. 506 Lexington St." tric lights, open fireplace, moderate J Auto Co. are assumed byFULLEI
Expert workmen employed. Concord Park. Lot 67x230 feet. :i rent at 217 Robinson Ave. East. i! & FOX.Props. .
12-21-lm 12-1-lmo. ;12-18-6t : The Palms: Auto ('o. t--oM++W4+H Hit.t..KM+tm t II t J .1...44140 MUi+.11t

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We want to thank our friends for their liberal patronage

during our great Stock Reducing Sale and assure all that .

your patronage has been thoroughly appreciated.It .

has been our purpose to serve the people of ORANGE

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

.,--_ goods at the lowest prices consistent for good merchandise.

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

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

satisfactorily than in the past.

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

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

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

uine bargains on every item in our store.Kincaid .

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Christmas Dinner 50 Cents Special Attention to Patrons

11,30 to 2 P. M, 5.30 to 8 P. M

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Celery Cream of Tomato Olives
4 a
Roast Lamb Brown Sauce
Roast Turkey, Oyster Dressing

Cranberry Sauce Giblet Sauce ,

Mashed Potatoes Steamed Rice

Creamed Onion-
43 Chassis: Five-passenger touring car. Wheel base is 116 inches; double drop frame.
Motor 41-4 x 51-4; four cylinders, cast in pairs; unit power plant; cone clutch; selective type transmission Green Peas Candied Yams
; German silver "V" shaped radiator, square tu: type; Stromberg carburetor; full floating rear Waldorf Salad r
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; Strawberry Shortcake Whipped Cream
10 inch upholstering; nickel trimmings; body, steel; colors: blue or gray, black running gear. Prices
fully equipped: Touring car, $1,875 delivered. Other models $1,150 to $3,000. Grapenut Ice Cream Fruit Cake


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much you can get me a Sweater coat Dear Santa Claus, I want a tram |'\ ) of the Sewannee alumni'I A shipment IIf 40 f f.nt
NY ORLANDO TOTS \WRITE SANT CLAUS No 1C. if you can. OTHELO L. that runs on a track and a hoss, sout association 1n Jacksonville
were j I dairy stock left here cia)
of bolper clothes with sord and pistol -!
!i I Dear Santa, I want a set of blocks. : case. I want some candy and joined by members from other sections -\ steamer CharleSes: >na fo
-- I!Julian B.- to Dear Santa Claus. nuts, I want som oranges to. I want of the state and tendered a big Rosa, a new town that 1tK
ndo Fla. Dear SantaPleaseme dren, so I guess you will come to my I I to bring all good children nice
I you banquet Saturday night at the Dur.Lridg'e veloped up the sound. The nurchd
a nice large train and a house so L don' need any presents on ,I I Dear Santa Claus, It is almost time things and all bad children switches. I
hotel in honor of Rev. I who/
Right made ba Western
[that I can blow, also a cow- the tree, but I have 25 cents I want foi you to come to see us. I want WILLIAM P. was man
rope and handkerchief. This isor to send you for sum little child whose I i you _to bring me a rain cape and a 17 Washington St. I Thomas F. Gailor, S. T. D., bishop of!I! going into the dairy buMne: den _
this year, for these are the home you may not have time to visit, :tricycle, a new doll and a coat and i I Tennessee, and chancellor of the University -i!on an extensive scale. The rows -
s I mostly want. From one of please let me know where to send it. (bonnet for her. Dear Santa Claus-I do want a I of the South, who is a guestof I were purchased in this county. -Pen
little friends. P. S.-I also have Your friend, MARTV.. KATEHRINE N. Teddy Bear so bad and I am afraid the Florida members of the alumni I,sacola Note in Times-Union.
|le sister who is too small to I guess I had better send the money I I wont get it. Please Santa, send mea _
but who would like to have a i!now. Lear Santa Claus, I saw your note bear. Your little friend, association while there on a visit of I
_nbreakably toy. !'tin the Sentinel and I want you to MARY II. five days. I :\Irs.'Harry R. Maxey, of Jacksonville -
I I Dear Santa Claus, I want a train ;: bring me a air rifle for. Christmas.
ido Fla. Dec 17 1913 Dear ,and a rifle and a indin suit and candy Keith II. I I I was found Tuesday morning in
I Dear Santa Claus, I am a little girl An aviation school and air boat I
PHILIP P. thebath of her home in
Clause I am a little boy of and nuts. room an unconscious -
[years of age. I have a little Dear Santa, I want a little wagon five years old so you may know that,line is to be located in St. Petersburg, I condition, and died shortly
IT 19 months old he plays with I Dear Santa, Will you please bring that I can ride in. Please dont for- I little want quite a lot of toys. I want a and no doubt will attract many visitors after. It is that she
dish than else. sid was tryingto
We boath love horses cows dog Robbie and me some candy and I get me at 208 West Pine St. more
_ I love train the best and I I want some ribbon and Robbie wantsa ,Mother is sure that I will get the to that city during the season. adjust a detachable metal hose
a little wagon to brother love' mouth organ. Santa claus a merry Dear Santa Claus, I have been dish, for I'm a good girl she says.j Four air boats will arrive there the connected with the heater, and while
things to. I will remain. P. S. Christmas to all the girls and boys. wishing for a big doll. I would like II But dear Santa, I will be pleased with last of this week. Tony Janus, the doing so was overcome with gas.
_ little brother is 19 months old he CLARA AND ROBBIE. to have doll this christmas. I what you bring me. Look around
a am Benoist company's head air pilot, will
good when come for Mother is Mrs. Maxey was the wife of II. R.Maxey .
I you
with Good dear Santa Claus. 18 old. I live at Maitland.
and bye
play me.
un years
i going to bake a cake for me to giveto fly from St. Louis to St. Petersburg.1 manager of the Flagler hotel.
far Santa Claus-, I wan a smalln Dear Santa Claus, I am a little boya I Dear Santa Claus:-My Mama is you. I'll leave it near my stock- following the course of the Mississippi -i I 1
_ tricycle, drum, some candy, a going in 13 years old. Please send ,going to write a letter to you for me, Lovingly river as far as Memphis, Tenn., An be heldin
abuggy, a horse, a motorcycle, aing me a nice present for a boy of that II as I am a little boy only three years I and then taking the cross country important to
horse, train, apples, bananas, age and I will be so glad.LITTLE old. would so much like for you to Thursday was the biggest day route, following a straight line in the Tampa the middle of January is
a candle and tha's enough, derbyAs JOHNNIE Q. bring me a little hoe, rake and a i that of the government's expert to-
I'm only 2 years old, my shovel and a little play horse, and a I Zephyrhills has ever experienced, the air to St. Petersburg. This will be bacco examiners, who will assemble!
I is wriing for me please don't Dear Santa Claus, we just saw your 'play train and anything else that you ,I occasion being the celebration of the one of the longest straight flightsever
t me. Your little friend.r ad. today. I am going to tell you 'II want to bring me, and I will thank fourth anniversary of the colony. Abig attempted and if it proves suc- there from the various big tobacco
I what I want. I want a rubber ball you so much. Your loving little basket picnic was enjoyed, a number cessful the and St. Peters- !importing points of the country. Their
Santa Claus. here is what I and a little tricycle for me to ride fner-d, M. M. A. company sessions will last several days.
[you to bring me for Christmas,' on. 'MONA P. I I of prominent men made speeches, burg will be much talked of. Over

a ring and a doll and doll-bed. I My dear Santa Claus, how are youI land the visitors wer eshown all the 200 students are expected to enroll
bet of dishes, and a story books. Dear Santa Claus, I happened to am well and hope you are the same.I attractions of the colony, includingthe and the school will open shortly after W. T. EXTKICAX
_ de frind. see your ad in the paper and I wantto I want a wagon or a little train. I new syrup factory, which is a :the first of January. OtTers to Orlando the newest and best
tell you what I want. A,big doll GEORGE.Svuth i source of pride to citizen of of workmanship in the painting and
Santa Claus, I see you are go- like the one jn McCulloch on the bed. I street, Orlando, Fia. First every I decorating trade. Phone 0 rive a Christmas tree for chil and the bed too. and if-that aint-too house on it. ;,Zephyrhills. : Subscribe for The Daily Sentinel. I 1231.1m --- 1

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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

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

sleeping porch, bath room, large verandas facing east, west and north; ; 12 rooms, 2 bath rooms included, and a fine garage; with or
without furniture and auto. We recommend this for
property, even 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,
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 attentionof

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

WE STAKE OUR REPUTATION ON OUR REPRESENTATIONOne : $15.00 per acre and up, on terms to suit the purchaser

All payments deposited in any Orlando Bank until

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

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

good roads, and one and one quarter miles from rail-
Four lots 60x150 on East Central 1 Avenue, facing Lake Eola. in
road station.
one of Orlando's best locations.

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p opositions a GEM. Many real estate firms in our city and other cities operate in harmony

|ith us, therefore the owner and buyer are fully protected.

HOW? Call on us and we will explain.LORIDA It



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--- .- position he was informed that he was (l;pll!t 'lG'lI ii ':'ll'l!:'''iiIlill':! !I j'i I ffi I'IliLrllih: >>I II::!:,jiL!!;',I! ilrl.IHW'!: !P i'!,':'', i!h l"! !'_ 'I' i,,. :Sri llWi:;:' ;::I'' I;"'il:1!:III i1 lllj1! "I"J" :H. :IrJl '''IIj::r'': :" ''' .' uyi:,,:": ;. bI ::w"', +:,, :
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to work certain hours, but he had :,'Ir 1: "Ii'lUilk"r.\iilh'I ,1!{!/!\ ': 'S',!I,hI!l","Iij': 'jUllhlllJ, llilli!t!:tilllh 11j, ::,'I:l':i'-J", 011'1." !'I ,ili lYI:.',!;:I'''",' ,.;i'I"ijII',"' Il ,"l :"I III,'",P l,lI J'i"j!,'I"I,n n'ii III'IIII'd, ( rW'jll I 1'iI r4', 'III;;,:I :"I.'i:,II:If'Y'.UI:'' ':'Ji Ii{I'",9 k.1,I 4;.\6', .'II!P '.i.i,' 'I'I h.If r
been compelled to work frequentlyuntil
y late in the night, and he supple-
mented his written statement by a
verbal statement to the effect that he

had been compelled to give up evening -
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x if employment in order to give his
r;.' whole attention to the city work.

. Aldermen Gwynne and Walker were L1 SPUGodo'cy
1 opposed to the increase. They held .

> that the city clerk, Mr. Boone, was
just as much entitled to extra pay as =
1 the assistant and the clerk had asked : : ) P. )OlOUOtfHl; ( Givingrs. i ;

for nothing. They held, moreover, ; .
that the assistant knew what the ;;=:-=
work was and the compensation for - :?/( Yooilrov"Wilson and oilier prominent

it, and the city was obligated to pay
F4TATEa no more. Alderman Walker moved psoplo Imvo joined. lava yon ?

BANK that payment be refused, and the mo- '
tion was seconded by Alderman
Gwy nne. The roll call was demanded,
and showed Giles voting in favor of ..
of Orlando the motion, Holland, Walker and 't\l; J l r_: ).l' (},1..1\'I tl -l't s tb i. ...

;* Gwynne against it. Walker and
.. ..
->; Gwynne had voted against their own
1893 motion in the excitement and con- iulk .(\cllil'( 1v t

fusion of debate, and the tensenessof
the session was broken in general = I (_' hvlstirtiW(\ ( t CliookvSnviu&s ( ( ;-; ;! Jj

LONG ESTABLISHEDSAFE laughter. The parliamentary predic- -- (' ) ,.. . ,
ament in which the two members -= Vii' 1'ltlt4 (n) 0.1)OSt' } l (, r AOg069 ,,
found themselves was broken by a kNC..u

CONSERVATIVEACCOMMODATING motion to reconsider, by Walker, : ; flunk
which carried. The assistant clerk's

communication was then laid on the Ookl iMoaoy( : iu ) .
: table, all voting in favor of this ex- ==

: cept Holland, who asserted his belie]
: that the laborer was worthy of his .

i. ,: hire. U( 0 1 1 l tate( P Sll() ,


Among those teachers who expect "
; "It is a pleasure to serve yon.
: jto attend the meeting of the Florida
I : Educational association to be held in :
Key West December 30 to January 1,
: are Miss Rubv Wilson, of Anonka. !, : -:
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Miss Nannie Harris, of Winter Park;

CITY RESCINDS ACTION TO was sorry that the alderman had said Mrs. Lucy Woodward, of Maitland, r1 :' I, III.'!'. IIIIi I!rtfl it''.' .1,1 III! ;,':I411 I.[.I, :""111'' Il ",I,!" '.: "/I':,'' ,".:'I;;':')If.'h''I, ,' I: :I'1P.i! :];':".",:lli''I:'
WIDEN STREET AT ORANGE what he did. The attorney said that and Miss Ethel Stevens, of the Lock- -=""".,,,I'I'W,' ;,: :,, ; : : '"! '. ::'.:'i', i'""+,\B', I!! "''I" .I"I I +'I I ; I. .: I: .'I'::; ., '' : :,,'I::1,' ,10'.,.'.I."..li'".','tl.,Mi"',1",1 I. ,:hF, 1ly
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AVENUE AND PINE he knew nothing about the negro in hart school, who lives in Orlando. ;: ;,:,.I;'l!hlul'1:,:I:'''I.t,::I' :. :( I." 'IV.,:, , ',: :: , ,''I;'

question, had never seen him, that he Supt. McKinnon stated yesterdaythat
(Continued from page 1)) knew of, and did not know until the the large delegations from other 1'1'111'11"1' "
stated that he imagined the method afternoon that the negro had ever counties was'explained by the fact j
;, employed by the jury i in arriving at made an affidavit. He said if he were that the county school boards assisted I'
a verdict had been to strike an aver- ailed upon to surmise the reason for the teachers in paying the expense O\NELL S
age of the various amounts as to the negro's disappearance it wouldbe of the trip. He asked the Orange
the value of the trip as given in evi- that the negro was afraid to face county board to take similar action,
w ( _dence.- This ranged from $1,000 tot in court the affidavit which he had but the board declined. Stupendous Removal Sale
"0 for the land, with an addition- made. He said his case depended inno
\1800 for the repairs that would wise upon the testimony of any FAVORITE THEATER TODAY

t .)Jcessary to take out the store negro, and thought there would be no NOW ON
", t and replace it. He said he doubt of the verdict when Dr. Mc- 3-Crackerjack Reels 3
idn't think in the light of all the Ewan! went on the stand and told the "The Hall Room Girls" Crystal I r
ii ct that there was reason to reflect facts. A rollicking farce comedy featuringMiss I
yon the integrity or intentions of Squall Xo. 3 bleup when the Pearl White.
A Three
anybody, whereupon Alderman Holland question of an order issued to Mr. "How Men Propose" (Crystal). An !I : Day Special
apologized for his remarks, say- Sumter Davis to remove a barbed exceedingly funny farce ''I
ing that he intended no reflection and wire fence around his property came "Heart of Verquado" (XestoH A I : A complete line of Ladies Hand Embroidered and Hemstitched -
was if his remarks had been so on for settlement.
sorry Attorney Robinson fiery Western drama. r
construed. made a statement in behalf of Mr. "Fight Against Evil" Rex). A :: ; Handkerchiefs at Removal Sale Prices.
Squall No. 2 came when the finance I Davis to the effect that the city itself drama of heart interest.
committee reported on the claim of. had built "the fence in question, and Pictures at the Favorite speak for 1 I''' :
Dr. J. S. McEwan for personal inju- Mr. Davis was certainly not to beheld themselves I
as being the best,
everyone :
Fine line Ladies Silk Hose Black White Pink Blue
azies sustained when his automobile I to account for the construction knows. I : an
collided with a street sweeper sometime of it. Alderman Holland here asked Matinee 2 to 5.
Night 0:30 to !):30' Kelly Green at Removal Sale Prices.
in the The committee Mr. Davis if he
spring. or the city put "that Admission o cents to all. :
returned an unfavorable report.% Ald wire on those posts." Mr. Davis said I ,,
erman Holland here felt called uponto the city built part of the fence and I
make a few comments on the mat he finished it out with the same kind old About pedagogue the; time and we his escape birch rod from along the f :, Full line of Ladies Kid and Silk Gloves, both long and sh
ter, saying that he was of the opinion of material that the city had used
comes experience with a big stick.
that when the attorneys for Dr. Mc This answer did not please AldermanHolland .' at Removal Sale Reductions.

Ewan came to sue the city for damages He repeated his questionand THE ORLAND CAFE
they would find the facts were insisted upon a categorical reply
not favorable to their suit. He had Mr. Davis finally said that he put the
Christmas Dinner, $1.001to2and6loSp.m Now is your opportunity to buy a first-class U
interviewed the negro driver of the wire on the posts referred to by )Ir.

street sweeper, he said, and had obtained Holland. Then followed a genera 1 brella either for lady Or gentleman at this G
an affidavit of the facts from wrangle during which reference to
Please reserve your tables in advance. '
him, which were quite different from the contract between the city and li r. MENU Removal Sale.
the facts which had been obtained b y Davis was referred to, in which 1[r. Oyster Cocktail
Attorney Robinson, he said. Moreover Davis had granted certain land to the Mulligatawny Soup
the had left the town the city for street Olives Iced Celery Gherkins
purposes upon provision Entrees Come soon only a few more days left in which to b
next day and his disappearance, he that the city should set the house Patties of Sweetbreads Fiannanciere
said, could not be explained. back from the street and rebuild the Asparagus Cardinal Tips Punch Vinagrttte these Removal Sale Prices.N. .
Attorney C. B. Robinson addressee fence. After much ado it was determined Roasts
the council at the conclusion of Mr. that the city engineer should Prime Ribs lau of natural Western Beef

Holland's statement. The attornej' resurvey the lines, and get the matter Vermont Turkey, Oyster Dressing
Cranberry Sauce
i said that if )Ir. Holland had intended straight Salad
to cast an insinuation by referring to Squall Xo. 4 occurred when Assistant Fruit Vegetables Salad I
the negro's disappearance that he! City Clerk J. Van Buskirk put inI' Xew Potatoes in Cream Spiced Yams P. YOW -
;wished the alderman had said so 'a bill for extra hours which he h Fresh String Cauliflower Leans Hollandaisead New Beet in CutterDesserts
more plainly, for then he might say. served since he had occupied that poI English Plum Pudding .
just what he thought of it. If he had: I sition. Mr. Van Buskirk stated in his,, Hard and Brandy Sauce '
not intended an insinuation then he 'communication that when Mince Pie Pumpkin Pie 'tlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllleIIIIIIIIIIOiIIIIIlilt .
he took theHHMIMtilMMMIMKH \
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upon its efficiency as a heat',' .a

producer.Dollar for dollar and for will be 01Evening ref
cent cent,l j i a
3 the wood we offer ivou is the most ; Ill RI IMJWe\

1914 PHAETON the ficient market.heat producer ever placed on o )

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