The daily sentinel

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The daily sentinel
Uniform Title:
Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Daily South Florida sentinel
Place of Publication:
Orlando Fla
Josiah Ferris
Creation Date:
December 24, 1913
Daily (except Monday)
normalized irregular
Physical Description:
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Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )


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

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


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Any one who thinks it is not a busy to fly on Seminole county's -
AGAINST CITY FOR$5,000 time at the postoffice, and wonders I of brick roads which as now AVERAGE ABOVE GOOD I
LEGISLATION why he does not get all of his postal planned will amount to not less than ; MILLER

cards and papers and packages within thirty miles. The bond issue, amount-
five or ten minutes after the train $200,00tJ for the
ing to construction
'arrives, should go around to the backdoor H of brick roads leading from Sanford
FAMILY CLAIM BUT COUXCIL REFUSED of the office about 7:15 in the :'tohe, a vegetable farms which sur- ASSURED THAT MANY ARE NEED AMERICAN METHODS

DEMANDS morning and take a look in on Uncle I I vii\d the city was voted and passedIwthis GETTING FINE MILK

Sam's faithful employes as they are | section was a portion ofthe
liE AFFIXES SIGNATURE TO Through his attorneys, Carl B. Robinson endeavoring to bring order out of the wither county. After the division : The first milk test in several FOR MANY YEARS BEFORE N.VTIYES -

MEASURE WHICH HAS HAD and Starbuck & Starbuck, Dr.I chaotic condition caused by the un- i of the county and the creation of months was made at the city building WILL BE ABLE TO
SUCH HARD SI DING J. S. McEwan yesterday filed suit in usual amount of mail that comes with' Seminole, county the matter of adjudicating yesterday afternoon by Plumbing PROCEED WITH SELF
ix CONCUSS !the circuit court against the city of the Christmas time and the tourist : the bonds had to be all gone)Inspector Mclntosh in his capacity as
Orlando for $5,000 damages, allegedto season. ;lover i again in order to make the se- milk inspector.The GOVERNMENTSan

Washington, Df 23.-Resident have been sustained from injuries Here is a pile of packages consisting I J:ct rities marketable. This once done, reasons for the failure to
Wilson signed thF currency bill here the received when his auto ran into a of hatboxes, shoe boxes, eggs,I]I n
tonight at 6:02, performing the last(street l sweeper belonging to the city. stuffed alligators, stove pipe, jelly ;;i:them as the territory "ssrehended while has been previously explainedin scathing; criticism of the Democratic
act necessary to make the measure a I The accident occurred at night during cake, artificial flowers, salt pork, bicycle the road district which sfands good the Sentinel. The office of milk administration's Philippine policy and

i the early part of the year. springs, calico, automobile re- ::for the payment of the bonds comprehends inspector was. consolidated with that a prediction that dire results will ensue -
law.The formality attendant upon the The suit is the result of the failureof I pairs, etc., etc. All in one package? seventy-eight square miles of of plumbing inspector, and the therefrom is made by Congreman -

act was fraught with a distinct note I the city council to settle a claim Oh, no; each in a separate size and ''21 s rich territory as there is in any of sulphuric acid of the kind requiredfor man C. B. Miller of Minnesota, a
of jubilation over the accomplishmentof made by Dr. McEwan against the I shape of box, an dpaddling around farming section in the world. such tests had been allowed to member of the insular committee .,f

the "first series of constructive city. The list of expenses enumer- them is Max Smith trying to find his> i i i Once the bonds were sold, the orders run out. A new supply was ordered, the house, who has returned after
measures by which, the Democrat ]ated in this claim, amounted to $2,500. share> while over beyond is Harry ;: were placed for the brick and and the carboy was broken in transit, making a deep study of conditionsand
party will show it knows how to This amount represented the actual Reel fishing around the outfit for the 'I contract for construction was let and and by the time another carboy was problems in the islands.

serve the country." loss sustained by Dr. McEwan, it was people on his route. Over there i is i now the brick are reaching here at received several months had elapsed, Business paralysk now prevailing

The president outlined his future;j)asserted, and took no account of any j another pile just as large and splash-'.: rate of not less than one car load offering a beautiful commentary on in the Philippines Congressman Miler !-
policies in a few remarks and referred i!'damage in the way of personal suf-I ing around in the middle can be discerned .''jer day and recently seven car loads II the promptness and, dispatch of the traces directly to the drastic

to the agreement of the American i'ifering, etc. the smiling faces of McLean i reached here the same day. The work I railroad service, and since it arrived changes that have been made by the
telephone and telegraph dissolution j; In the report made by AldermanWalker I and Geo. Padgett, trying to decipher of grading the right of way and mak- the plumbing inspector has had to administration, which he declares i-
aivd the advances extended to the New!|( on behalf of the finance committee I the addresses on half a car load of j iig ready for the actual. laying of arrange to get time from his plumbing endeavoring to placate its rash promises -
Yak, New Haven & Hartford rail declining to pay the claim, it i freight of various sorts and sizes trick is being diligently prosecuted i duties to make a test of the i of independence by extending
road. was stated that the attorneys for Dr. I Over beyond them there is a rack by several crews and the brick are milk. dangerous power to the Filipino poli-

"Men are no longer resisting the 1 l McEwan had said that the claim i, about high enough to be used as scaffolding being distributed along the various Milk from seven dairies was tested ticians. Many stormy arguments are

conclusion which the nation has arrived -:would not be compromised for lesthan s for the YowellDuckworthbuilding routes ready to be laid the moment for butter fat, the percentage required expected to result at the winter se.-.

at as to the necessity of the readjustments $1,000. and climbing up and downladders the roadbed is in shape to receive' by the ordinance being threeper sion of congress as a result of \Irl-
of its business," said he. The suit was filed only after an un I to get to the top of it may them.: cent The process of making the er's unofficial investigating tour.
successful effort to secure a compro- be seen Mr. Arnold, while down on the test is interesting. Proportionatequantities
"Business men of all sorts are showing II cloying
a willingness to come into this raise with the city. floor are Earl Vick and Mr. PughI FINANCE COMMITTEE BURNED of the milk and acid ar

arrangement, which I venture t : I i I pulling toy wagons, cans of soup, sil- $31,00! NORTH OF BONDSr placed in small glass cups with long to his colleagues, and it is said that

characterize as the constitution o RACING J MATINEE AT fAIRGROUNDTRACKTUURSDAY I !ver rare, bunches of lettuce and various stem necks, and subjected to a whirling the report will contain some starting
peace." ;t L: other packages out of the loveI Tie finance committee flf council, operation in a centrifugal frame. disclosures and shed a new light on .
There seemed to be throughoutthe ': rj I I stories of the combination. composed of Aldermen Walker ; Great speed is attained in this whirlY the important problems affecting tm

speech a personal rather than an I If one can work his way through Gwynne and Giles, met at the cti I ing machine and when the cups are great island possessions.
eficial sense and feeling of pride,!J I the mountain of stuff and get up to- building yesterday morning and taken from it their contents are sub 'Xo nation on earth could jet
though the pride' of party in makin g ward(I the front of the office he wilE 1 turned a pile: of retired bonds, using jected'to the dropping of boiling along with such a scheme of government -
tW announcement both as to the ef- ,FOUR RUNNING RACES WILL B find Miss DeLaney, Miss ThorntonI the city clerk's sto\e as an incineraf water, and the percentage of butterfat as is being applied in the Philippines -

feels of the bill and his future yTHE\| BILL ATTRACTIONS 1 land I Miss Platt distributing a pile of Each bond wa.s; carefully: examined rises from the body of the cup ," declared Congressman M.i-
were apparent.The I FOR CHRISTMAS DAY I getters I that would fill a miniature checked olf and separatelylurned ) into the stem, upon which the grad-ll ler. "It may work for a while, but

president was surrounded by: I --- !dra)". and when the job was done uations are marked. only destruction can result. Tried:
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the members of his family, his cabinet i-I A program of four running races, On the return trip toward the rear" City Clerk C. A. Boone fetched a deep There was not a sample of milk and trained men have been removed

members, the senate and house 1 has been arranged to attract people to !j end of the office one comes in cols sigh of relief. The city clerk has which didn't show at least four per from positions of importance; they

committees that framed the measure ,,!the fair grounds the afternoon of Jlh4on with Blythe Watson, Eaton Anderson been custodian of the bonds for many: II I cent and two of them ran a little have been figuratively kicked out in away

aid other distinguished Christmas:;* day, and in addition there Edgar Thompson, Maxey, years, and he never felt quite safewith Letter than five per cent. butter fat. that is nothing short of barbarous -
den he affixed his signature to thej1;will be several features for amuse Crooms, city and rural delivery men them on his hands, for some of I All were well above the requirementsj and as a result it is not goir.:

\.. 'rnent .I who are sortingtying, and loading t them might have been stolen and sold of per cent. too far to say that chaos exists in

When the president concluded his;! The first race will be of two fur- I their wagons and automobiles for and turned up in after years for redemption There are thirty-two dairies whose the islands. Business is absolutely at

signature cheers for the consumma- !i longs'$ with a purse of $25 for the win-!il their morning delivery. Miss Pom- again. Such things have j tj products will be subjected to the test.The at a standstill, capital has been withdrawn

tin of this second great legislative ;!; the second three furlongs, $35; eroy and Miss Hart have not yet arrived 1 been done, and while the probabilit tests are made without the and the people do not know
ptlicy of the administration broke!the third two and a half furlongs,: but by 8 o'clock they will be at was not great or imminent, the city knowledge of the dairy proprietors: what to expect next.
ftrth. The president smiled his approval i-1"'$35, and the fourth will be a match ;1i 1 1j their windows ready to make out clerk feels much relieved that they: the inspector buying the milk samplesi ; "It is difficult to say what the ad-

and Mrs. Wilson and the'': :race of two furlongs for $50. Littlt'I money orders, receive postal bank deposits i- ]have been disposed of in a manner i from the dairy wagons. ministration had in mind when making -

daughters beamed their pleasure. I Minnie and Billie C are the horses I I j] register letters and answer ten which admits of no "come back." I At a recent session of council i it these changes, which it is plainly
billed for the races. Joe Douglas, a I 1 thousand questions, some of them was provided that the inspector evident can not result in benefit. Xu

', champion stallion of Roanoke, Va. I I wise and reasonable, and many of 1 EDITOR; WALTON PURCHASES should publish the result of these consideration has been given to the
AMERICAN SHIPS TO PAY I will be shown before the grand Stan d' 1 them otherwise. : HOME OX LAKE EOLA tests, so that those who make the characteristics, customs and needs of

I There will be contests to catch a i ii In the middle of the fray is the __ best records shall receive credit for the people of the Philippines.

TOLLS FOR TWO YEARS .i greased pig, climb a greased pole, and I I postmaster himself, sorting, throwing rCooper & Atha closed a deal yes- them. "There is no objection in extendingto
1 there will be several kinds of freak i I counting, weighing and doingeverythi :'terday with W. P. Walton, editor of the Filipinos the right of office
r races. The management assures all g that the rest are doir r.'the'' Reporter-Star, for the Augustuse | I REV. PRESTON BOYD GETS and opportunities to participate in:

CIAIRMAX ADAMSOX OFFERS a good time. The races will be calledPllnlptly Oh yes, that postoffice'is a busy pla : :;]Xathan residence, corner of East and CALL TO BRADENTOW the government as rapidly as men

JOIXT RESOLUTION SUSPEND.ING : at 2:30. Ladies will be admitted and you ought to be thankful that'' Washington streets, fronting on the can be found to successfully fill the
.without charge, and the admission I you get your mail at all. A larger'new park and Lake Eola. Rev., T. Preston Boyd, co-pastor of bill, but nothing can excuse the im- 1
EXISTING LAW for others will be twenty- office would relieve the conditions a !; The house in style of architecture the First Baptist church of Orlandohas position upon the people of a form of

five cents. great deal, as it would give room to :;and material is decidedly different!I accepted a call to the Bradentow n government that is calculated t<>
Washington, ec. 23.-ChairmanAdamson I systematize the work and allow it j from the conventional style of homes I Ii Baptist church, and is making preparations bring destruction and disaster.

of the house interstate and' 'CHRISTMAS SERVICES AT i to be done more rapidly. !i usually built in this section. The II to move to that town. Mr. "The crucial point of the change i-
foreign commerce committee, today I house I is Boyd is being felicitated bein this The
ST. LUKE'S CATHEDRAL semi-log and shingles with upon g : assembly is now compo:;eo
struck his first blow at free Panama| The first of the Christmas en"iresI'I! REBELS DYNAMITE TRAIN :i eight large rooms and spacious vi e- I chosen to serve so important a charge of a majority of Filipinos and the
canal tolls for American coastwi I ;
vessels.In at the Cathedral will be the midnight !i|j I I II 'i randas. Doors, birch of the Morgan I I Bradentown is one of the most progressive governor has no vetoing power. .Bv \
resolution he celebration of the Holy Eucharist : WITH FEDERALS ABORD's. veneer type, latest sanitary locks,I I towns in Florida, and the this is destroyed the check and bate ]
joint to
a proposes beginning at 11:30 tonight. Sargent extra fine hardware throughout !Baptist congregation there is a far ance which every nation of the world
suspend for two years the existing On Christmas morn the service will !I!!I I the house. one, and the church is a handsomL has found necessary. What state
for free tolls for I
that the cost of the operation of ships the begin at 10:30 and will consist of |,. ONE HUNDRED]) AND FIFTY MEN The house and location is very attractive -(|. with a large auditorium. Th would think of not having veto powered
canal be ascertained. morning prayer, Holy Eucharist and i) KILLED ON WAY TO and Mr. Walton is to be complimented j I Rradentown church has been sennlby vested in the governor? If we would
may his | some of the ablest of the not trust
sermon. I on selection of such a our own people, how are we
During these two years American( The bishop will be celeBrant, Dean 1 1y'j TAMPICO i i ideal place. I denomination in Florida. going to trust a people that has never
coastwise ships and ocean freightersmust II 1 -
Gray preaching, and Rev. Mr. Car I I i been trained in government and has
the tolls Mexico Dec j
pay same as foreign City, 23.-One hundred I
\ Elwes will assist in the service. Mr I i i CITY EMPLOYES GET THEIR THREE CONCERTS BY RIND no experience along these lines"
ships. The president of the UnitedStates I and fifty federal soldiers ice re '
Xutter will sing "When Heaven Sang | DECEMBER PAY CHECKSa OX CHRISTMAS DAY i Aside from his criticism of the '\
was given authority to passon I i I killed today when a troop train co i '
to Earth," by Parker. !i The Orlando band will give three Philippine policy, Congressman Miller
the relative cost of using the canal veying passengers en route to Tarn-1 i I :
and its maintenance, and at the end' The Sunday school Christmas ser-I!'pico I I was dynamited by rebels. I i. City Clerk Ct A. Boone yesterdayissued I concerts Christmas day, at 10 in the I had many interesting observation,
vice will be held at 4 ( pay checks to all employes ofWlthe to make on the problem of independ
p. m. Saturday' morning, 3 in the afternoon and 7:30 :
of two years may decide whether the i The dynamiting took place a fe (
in the Cathedral, followed by the' city who are working on monthly) I!in the evening. The new uniforms. ence. In the opinion of Miller, the
tolls thus collected are more than sufficient miles east of San Luis Potosi. Nor 16 I
for the maintenance of cost Christmas tree in the Chapter House. of the but salary. The checks came in handy!;have arrived, and the band will turn : Filipinos are in no way capable of _
\ passengers was injured,
,for the Christmas governing themselves
disbursements, and'out in full dress. The now, nor will
and the Ims. the rebels ordered the train uniforms are
operating waterway. return
CARMACK ENTERTAINED lithe( employes are duly grateful to:: |blue with black and silver trimmings i they be for a long time to come.
this '
In will to San Luis.
event, the president e n- '
THE BOW KNOT CLUB, ,Alderman W. T. Sims, who and the boys i For the purpose of 'gaining firsthand -
law for free tolls former- |' !; intro-I' are mighty proud of
The Bow Knot club met with Mr s.!ALL QUIET FIGHTING i duced the resolution that this them. The city paid for the uniforms | information on this important .
rear. / ships. Carmack, at her residence at the co rZONE j FOR TilE PAST D.\yjbe j taken by the city clerk. I If and the councilmen are pleased 'question, Miller located the various :S Sk

ner of Jackson and Liberty, yesterday Vera Cruz, Dec. 23.-A report: I f with the progress the band is maI tribes and conferred with the chiefs,
THE WEATHER afternoon. There were three tables) from Tampico tonight says it is absolutely |4:1LDER1LIN SIMS SITS AS I I in go. especially: in the Moro districts. Dur- i

Partly cloudy for members and one for guests, the ;, quiet there, and there is 10I'! POLICE COURT JUDGE +I ing the journey he covered 8,000 .
Florida Wednesday; guests being Mrs. Thompson, Mrs. E.t 'activity in the fighting zone. The i!I Alderman W. T. Sims sat as police I BOY KILLS BRIDE SISTER miles, 500 of which was made on

cooler in 1 eninsular. Thursday fair. P. Jackson, Mrs. H. B. Myers aMiss ad I rebels have apparently not attem p t-1' court judge yesterday morning in the !I Washington, Dec. 23.-While ex- horseback and 150 on foot.. Mrs. Miller -
Romaine Clark. Mrs. E. J. Temple : ed to draw their lines closer about absence of Mayor Jamming accompanied him on the trip, but
[ Reynolds, who is i i a small rifle, John Larabee,
The last day of the race. Many. made high score. Delicious refreshments -1!I the city. Several rebel reinfor not into the interior points. .
spending! a few days in Jacksonville. i I a sixteen year old boy, shot and killed
", articles will be marked down and of lemon sherbet, assorted t ments are said to have arrived during!''Judge Sims .his Congressman Miller declared that
presided with sister
I ease and I. Mrs. H. L. Fleming, a bride
:. many sold ilt cost to close out. Call I cakes, coffee and nuts were en-: 'the past twenty-four hours and a r disposed i. of the usual drunks in short','lof two months. He "didn't know it to the present time the govern- ,

F''':",,...\\ and,f see us. 1 Curtis & O'Neal. joyed. newal of attack is expected hourly. order. was loaded." (Continued on last page.'. ) Ii Iiup i

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Maitland, Fla., Dec. 22.-Mr. John -

McCulloch, whose business keeps himso I
much of the time in Minneapolis, Give it by the Box for | Montto ery's Motion

has come South earlier than usual GRAN

s- and will spend his first Christmas in Christmas.Our Picture Co'sTODAY

,.. Florida at his beautiful Lake Mait-

land home, Piney Croft. Mrs. McCul-

loch has been down for some time

and was joined Thanksgiving day Dy

1' her daughter, Mrs. J. C. Massengale.Mr. .
: Massengale will also be down for assorted Chocolates and Bon Bons,

Christmas and the holidays. Other
i recent arrivals are Mr. and Mrs. Webster ; ; packed in Fancy Boxes, 75c. per lb., half s

I Hall, cottage who again; Miss are Ely occupying, who last Qe | pound, 40c. DOO E. ..XER

spring and summer made her successful -
i trip to Japan, is again in her We are prepared to furnish our Purity And His Big Voice in Three New

I home; Mrs. Banks and sons are also : : Ice Cream at lowest rates to Boarding .
back; while at Maitland Inn considerable Songs and Wardrobe ChangesVaudeville

t life is shown in new and better Houses, Hotels and private Homes.
L. and under the ;
accommodations, management -
f of J. Sutherland Stuart, is ICing of Headlines
f a very home-like and attractive hos- j Call to see us and let us quote you prices. t.

i telry. Already several guests have

arrived. Mrs. King, with her mother Vilagraph's-Dappy's Soldier Boy..Selig's 2 Reel Special- '

aid daughter, are occupying the Inn

ttage. Two guests from Duluth Young Mrs. Eames-An Exceptional Program..
I MAYER 134 Ave.
Il Orange
Lave run away from cold weather, ,
seeking health and strength in this. With the Grand's Real OrchestraDON'T

balmy climate. Other guests are expected -'

i soon at the Inn, and old Mait-I tA 1111111..1 111-A A 1, ''''1". 0 11111111111" 11II t 6 t. I 1.. MISS
t laid promises to be unusually gay I TODAYi

this winter. i if
f OUTSIDE OPINIONS I Have you ever stopped to ponder ..
The first social function of the season -
upon what a topsy, turvey world thisis
: was Mrs. Bronson's bridge tea, I Matinee 3:30: t
Synthetic Eggs Needed ? No one seems to be satisfied. 85c 10
t k given on Wednesday afternoon, December -
f 18th, from three to six, in One trouble about the boycott is'One man is struggling to get justice, Evenings 6:30: ContinuousOur C i
that there are no substitutes for I and another is flying from it. One
honor of Mr. and Mrs. Hirsh, new arrivals -
Norfolk LedgerDispatch.Old man is saving up to buy a house and
eggs. New Film Service Tomorrow
; who have come to stay, hav- I Begings I
r another is trying to sell his dwelling
jag purchased the Thurston property.
Favorites Still PopularThe (for less than it cost to get rid of it.
p We regret that Miss Kokozynska, II Great Christmas Program
author who boasts of writinga :One man is spending all the money
t or Miss Ko, as she is better known, ;-
best seller will be pleased and interested -i he can earn in taking a girl to a theater -
is still very ill at Hiawatha Grove, t
to learn that the sales of or show and sending her valuable " IIO.O I IlIOlOIHO II 0110010,001.100.000.,00000 l$4t010 0,0 Ii 100
t- and the active part she has always in I a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a i ,, ... .. miiiiiMH ' " 100410.4ty
; the Bible in the past year reached presents, in hopes that he may eventually -
: everything pertaining to the welfare I
28,000,000 copis. People still like the make her his wife, and his
; of our little village is at a standstill. '
old things.-Baltimore Sun. 1 neighbor is spending all the gold he For Economy and
i. Mrs. Clark and her daughter, Mrs. Purchase -
I has saved trying to get a divorce.
Breed, are again occupying the "Rect I
t tory." Batting Average of .667 I lOne man keeps a pistol to protect WRIGHT CO power of your mon .

a Music will be dispensed by a quar- himself against burglars, while his REALTY & SEED
i The active younger townspeople in are taking tet, consisting of three very good neighbor doesn't keep one for fear FOR REAL ESTATE ey, Try Wright Farm
interest providing
,voices and one tenor.-Nashville Ten-!of shooting himself or some member Thai's Our Business and Garden
; Christmas tree for the children and Seeds. in
approprate Christmas exercises will nessean. Hof i j his family. One man pays for his Orlando. Florida a

'paper in advance because he can read bulk. "Motto" Quantity
be held at the town hall some evening -
Another Blow to Congress I|it with a better relish, while another
I next week, when a tree with a and
President Wilson's messages are so[takes it four or five years without Quality.Fresh .
r: gift for every child will be the draw-
l i brief congress doesn't have a halfhour's paring one cent for it, and enjoys it Farm dozen
Eggs cents cents Best
ing card. 40 ; 40 100 pounds; Creamery Butter, 4'"
chance to sleep.-Atlanta Con- hugely all the while. Surely
Maitland is such a beautiful spot :stitution. I old world this is.-Exchange.a queer cents; Sweet Milk, 13 cents quart, 7 cents pint; Oranges 10 cents dozen; Limes 10 cents

i that it is truly too bad that it is not I II dozen; Butter Milk, 10.cents quart. Chesepeak Bay Oysters,*(selects) 50 cents quart, 3n
better known. And it shall be the I
Never Too Old to Want It cents pint.
aim of correspondent to see that
A Island woman of 92 is I I Individual Ibs. Ass't Fruits "That Xmas
the little town is not slighted in fu- Long Wood, $1.50 a strand up Hand'sC Package 10 Present" delivered by Exprex

r. ture. suing for alimony: There is a peren-* al Yard, phone 566. 9-31-tf (charges prepaid) all points east of Rocky Mountains, at your door $.35 cash with order.
nial youth about cash which no i I

f amount of time can age.-Baltimore f ..
American. i ;
Taft, Fla., Dec. 22,-Dir. S. B.
f Concession by Reformers i The Good Old Christmas Carolsare
Vaughn and Frank Martin and fam-
4. When all is said and done, theyare
[ ily arrived from the North last Saturday I
there is whole
now a
and settled in their home charming when played
f to enjoy the Florida climate for the lot in bringing up children that must ,''i III VIII I l: illlllllI li1'"I on a Kimball Piano. You ( fhelffi to Success.OARU .
r C
winter. be done by the parents it is it to be, certainly should have one in TYAn

done at all.-Milwaukee Sentinel. y-, house. Give yourself COUNTRYREACcSTAT
t Mr. Goodwin Tice, of Cleveland, 0., f I your
I l is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. the pleasure of good music JANSEM
Seems Sort of WastefulComer's +4 for the rest of your life by 1
r J. H. Tice. Mr. Tice owns consider- : : ,
Weekly confesses that it making yourself a present of
able in Taft which he will I IMPROVED AND,
s property has not missed a political prophecy ',i ...... a Knabe Piano. You can afford i UmnPRovEij i tTARY
l improve and probably build a winter in six years. The place for that run ;?\;r..f it all right. Our prices QUANGO ueLlc
t home here. y
of luck was Monte Carlo.ColumbiaState. ; and terms insure that.
t't'H.. 'C. Hammond, of Winter Home, ::'. I FLORIDA.
;; Knabe Grands
[r- is spending a few days with us and Knabe Upright

enjoying the novelty of city life. He "The Worlds Best Pianos."
knows where to go for pure enjoy- POINTED PARAGRAPHSBeware Kimball Player Pianos I I Office in Rock Building ORANGE AVE. Opposite San Juan Hold
of toy pistols and platoniclove.
ment. Kimball Upright and Grand Pianos
i i
Mr. J. E. Tracy, of the novelty J

works, has reutrnecT from Arkansas, i
where he purchased new machineryfor The demand fo: information bureaus -i A Number of Slightly Used
exceeds the supply CHRISTMAS GIFTS
the manufacturing of orange boxes I

crates, hampers, etc. The factory i Pianos Very CheapDrennenLattner
will soon be humming at a lively rate, Marriage is more often a disap-i Gloves Silk Hosiery NeckwearFine
with additional help. pointment than a failure. Ii I

'- The world do move, and Taft moves I Linen Handkerchiefs
with it.Messrs.. A lazy man seldom complains be-. I

: J. L. Fish and Alvira Wolf cause he is unable to find work. p Co. Vanity Cases Leather Bags

and family, of Davenport, Iowa, ar- I ,
rived in town Sunday and will occupy It isn't necessary for a man to and other Novelties
have money to burn in order to keep (
Borek house for: the winter.

i Our strawberry men, of whom we the pot boiling._ I Orlando, Fla.tlllllll..IIIIIIIII.IIIIIIIIIIIIIII.ISIIIIIIIIIII..

i have several, report berries getting JESSES HAMILTON & BUM
Some engagements are announced ..
t ripe, so we shall soon have strawber-
by the mother and denounced by the _
ries "to burn" if the fire gets too hot

: when canning the surplus. father.

.J Mr. A. L Wright and wife, of Ort Agents for Barclay CorsetsMcCall's
t. lando, were in town over Sunday Some men try to console themselves
C. A. with the thought that they could be Patterns
Tompkins has a splendid crop
better if tried.If .
of Irish they
: potatoes in his garden on

Third street; also other fine vegeta:
bles. Mr. S. S. Bowman also has a! you don't believe a woman can i -'-- .

nice crop of potatoes and D. B. Spha-. keep a secret, just ask her age of one s i iI r "
ler on the shady side of 30.
a good crop of peas. And there

are others "too numerous to men- Hammond Gore
tion. At some period in a man's life there
Nearly everything can be ;
grown in Taft. We expect to wipe is one woman he is trying to get and

out the perplexing problem of the another he is trying to get away FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.

high cost of living in the near future. from.-Chicago News.

Geo. K. Thomas was on a business 12 Touring Cars I REAL VALUES LOW PRICES
trip to Orlando on Friday. Go to the Rest Room for oyster

C. A. Tompkins and W. G. Sphalerare croquettes today. road. Place COMPARE
now on your I
in Orlando
today, fooling away .

their money for Christmas presents.An The be conducted first of the in farmers'Escambia institutesto county order and avoid being [dis I OUR FURNITURE

last week by the extension squad of
excelsior factory will begin operations the University of Florida was held at appointed. \Ve provide the quality of furniture that has long a

in Pensacola early in the Klondyke Monday and proved of interest been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the '

new year.A and profit to all who attended. standard of merit. If an article is here it is good.
F. G. RUSH, It wouldn't be here were it otherwise. We can't make x

new brick building is going up in Little Helen Perry, the small this point too clear-it is one of the foundation stonesof

Brooksville which will be used as the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Perryof Phone 226 this business, and that means much to any buyer.

postoffice and theater. Jacksonville, who was horribly I Ia Ii Ii ----

;.' burned Wednesday while playing with lcNEILL & DAVIS BLOCK
The hay crop in Hastings for the matches, died at the home of her par- ,
past season has been unusually ents Thursday afternoon. She suffered J Cor.'Orange Ave. and Church St., Orlando, Fla
heavy. Weather'conditions have been much before death came to relieve i Hii ;
very conducive. grass growing. her. _
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Chicago, Dec.-22.-Suit for divorce [ELECTRiC L[ VACUUM CLEANER L[ [ !. r

"4,_ was Ernestine er, against filed Schumann-Heink here her husband today ,by Wm., the MaHaniej Rapp.singe ORLANDOBANK O K & TRUST I OOMPA A r

:' Desertion is the charge. They were

married here in May, 1905, and thq Orlando. Florida ,..: ,
contralto since has made Chicagq he?l .0:0
Have house
room or
residence. Rapp deserted her two your

years ago, she alleges. They had no
children. Temperamental and family cleaned without dust or troubleof 19061913As

troubles are.said to have estrangedthe
Rapps. moving furniture .
Madame Schumann-Heink had eight

children by her two former marri- the old year draws to a close, many of us wonder what
ages. That she would seek a divorce The Pierce Electric Co. send an Ex-
from Rapp has been known for some has become of the resolutions we made in the beginning of he
time to her friends. Rapp is said to
be in New York. He is a lawyer, perienced man. year, to open a BANK ACCOUNT. Some have stuck by their
forty years old and a man of means.
His father was editor in chief of the resolution, and are now enjoying the ownership of a BANK BOOK,
Chicago Staats Zeitung, when he died with big round figures written therein, which mean so much to one
about six years ago.
on a "RAINY DAY."

OFCHIROPRACTORS T e r''[ [ [L[ Tm Lijdnc. .

St. Petersburg, Dec. 22.-The first To you who have not realized the joy of your resolution
intimation to how serious the
were through the o d year, MAKE ANOTHER, START NOW, and appreciate
threats of the medical'men of the cityto
drive out chiropractic physiciansand having a BANK ACCOUNT all your own in the ORLANDO
other drugless healers, whose
practice does not require a state license BANK & TRUST COMPANY, and we will work for our mutual
under the present laws, was received 4
t benefit.
when a deputy sheriff arrivedin fH I IIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIMIMMHIIMMimtlltMbut .
the city and served nine warrantson
prominent disciples of the new .
school of healing this morning. It' l1knock s once i
was first planned to take the entire .

bunch to Clearwater Saturday morning ; : M. M. SMITH, President. W. M. DAVIS, Vice-President. G. E. NOLAN, Cashier.
and have a preliminary hearing tat S IA 'J'i i
once. Through an attorney for one +*+
of the chiropractors the hearing was .;iMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMtMMIinimilMMimHfSPECIAL : ::"
postponed till January and each gave (
a bond of $100 to answer a charge of ---
"practicing medicine without a license
." Lot covered with fine large trees full of oranges and FOR

grapefruit. Five rooms and bath. Located just off Eola

PULLMAN CAR TAX TO STAND Park and only a few blocks from Court House. We knowof .I.

other house in Orlando to with it at the
no compare Xmas
Washington, Dec. 22.-Appeal of ( ) HolidaysRegular
the Pullman company from the decision t price. Terms. 1ci
of the federal circuit court of ( itJ
northern Florida holding constitutional
the Florida gross earnings tax on FIVE ACRE TRACTS $6 and $7 Pants
sleeping and parlor cars, today was : Near Lake Underhill.. Finest grove land and finest groves 1
dismissed by the supreme court I I in Orange County. Develop a grove on your monthly spare \
Justice Day, for the court, said I change. PRICE S50 PER ACRE. Timber practically pa.sfor
that, in the absence of a statute on clearing. Made to'Your! Measure
the subject the court was not author r
ized to allow the substitution of a
new comptroller of the state for a '
former one, against whom the suit to ': until you own the deed. i.a $3.50
enjoin the collection of the tax
was I :
brought, and therefore the case had 3 .iII1
abated. :.' Room 2. Watkins Block. ,


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believed to have been an attempt to ;! i
assassinate the Rev. R. E. McClure, :: The AltamonteAltamonte 34 CHURCH STREET
president of the Indiana County Anti- ::
Saloon league, failed when a bullet J: .
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penetrated a Bible which he carried Springs, Florida
under his arm, and made a slight 1.OcIO et't rttt+:Ollla.leIIIIQltl.llelli.IIIIIIIII .4.1'JI.cel.fl+tt+t
abrasion upon Dr. McClure's side.

Greensboro, N. C., Dec. 22.Robert : Most beautiful spot in all Florida
E. Lee, 70 years old, caretaker for : Nine miles from Orlando. Every com W.lVI. SLEiVIONS

Joseph B. Sellars, of White Plains, : fort and amusements, Golf, etc. Amongthe
N. Y., was burned to death when the I tall pines, between two lovely lakes. .
Sellars place near here was destroyedby : Cusine and service first-class.

to them fire.rescue back.Neighbors Lee, but attempted the heat in drove vain :':, GEO. E. BATES & SON, Proprietors Our Ne fall hOODS re No ow Coming in

The British steamer Mascara, after : -
a voyage of 40 days, reached Pensa- "I"IUI I
cola Thursday from Chile, bringing a
cargo of 8,000 bags of nitrate of soda.
Be a Practical S. We sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co.

Word comes from Brooksville that
Bros. of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes.
made ,
the outlook for the next season's tomato Even if you do not have an active member- by

crop is bright. There will be ship in the society. Use hard common sense: Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and Towels.
about 300 acres to be shipped from
Brooksville. in the selection of your Christmas gifts. Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co.

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

: 1 0'l ery, a pretty Book or an Alligator Purse, or
I t
Automobile For flire Hand Bag. Any gentleman has use for a hand-

1 New Five Passenger some Calendar, a box of "Gentleman's Club11 H

I PHONE 419MINIMUM size Stationery, an Alligator Belt or a pret- W. M.SLEMONSORANGE

ty Paper Weight. All of these articles and
" '1" " *': AVENUE
many more mav be found in our stock of use-

WE AND FIT GLASSES DO ALL, GRIND KINDS LENSES OF ful and practical gifts for the Holiday sea-, .-....-.-........ ... ... ..................... .. ...... ..... ... ..... ... .. ... .......................... ..... ... .... ....... .....TTYTT. . . .'.IDllltt . . ........ .. .
OPTICA REPAIRINGDR. son. Our pretty red and green wrapping puper I

and twine gives them a very Christmas ap- tltlf.1c.etl..OI.IOllell..II..I'
The Cathedral School'; *

\or.,;.,? '\ pearance. EAST CENTRAL AVENUE : The Gem The Antiseptic

\. W. S. BRANCH, Orlando's Select Boarding and Barber Shop ;

54 Day School For Girls
The Arcade Book and Music Store EVERYTHING NEW AND CLEAN
L H. RAMSDELL Reopens Wednesday, October 1.
Primary, Intermediate, and College UP-TO-DATE EQUIPMENT
OPTOMETRIST enameled chairs, elec-
Preparatory Grades. Congress hydraulic keen-edged implements p
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Also Courses in Music, Art, Elocution I EXPERT WORKMEN
ORLANDO, FLORIDA CRISPETTES 5c Domestic Science, Physical Cul : Shoe-shining stand for Full line of tobacco, '
ture. : ladies and gentlemen. cigars and cigarettes. \ \
Have you tried Twelve specially trained Teachers.': 122 NORTH ORANGE
Individual attention. Loving care.I I
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TEOPATHS . IF NOT, WHY NOT? At your at favorite dealers: or at
I The Crispette Factory, 26 W. Pine Street. .
Oldest t1blishtd Practice In

I 19 W,Cons Chu an ch ttstionand ination Orlando Strttt,Fret Up-Stirs. 12.2-tf THE CRISPETTE 26 W. PINE CO.STREETHllillMMmtiMllltlttmiMIIIIHMIIMIIIIIIII. property the THEY They Sentinel sell ARE every, want buy STEADY day., rent ads.For and WORKERS results exchange try READ.TIIE[ :I [ DAILY r SENTINEL[ [l .j


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t South Florida Sentinel : FULLER R. L. FOX 1
80 Acre Home
Orison Sweet Marsden, :
JOSIAH FERRIS.. Editor and Owner. writer and philosopher, PALMS AUTO COREO
f number of : 6 acres in fine large trees; 6
Entered the postoffice at Orlando FlorIda -
t Second Claw Mail Matter. :
as view: acres in young budded fruit:
f SUBSCRIPTION RATES "One cold night just : MOTOR CARS
about 10,000 nursery stock,
t r THE DAILY SENTINELOne mas I saw in front of a
: Year ....................?5.00 window in New York a : life and low cost of upkeep. We also carry a some of which are budded; 10

r Six :Months ................... 2.50 boy looking very : of supplies and accessories. Have a good force poultry houses and yards; s
t Three Months ................ 1.25 doll. I asked him if he :
thing in the window. repair men. All our work is absolutely room house in fine condition;
WEDNESDAY, DEC. 24, 1913.
t said, 'but it does make I three beautiful lake fronts; 700

Xow well.all join in the chorus, because I can't get a doll | boxes fruit; 2 cows; ;50 pure
: "Broke, broke, absolutely broke." tle sister. She never had
o- Think of the poor : bred chickens, and some tool

Those Christmas Savings Club never had a Christmas :included in sale if taken soon.
little who PALMS AUTO CO
checks that Cashier Dow is mailingout poor girls : ; Price 8,000. Terms is neces-
Even if
look mighty good to us. They doll. you
would look still better if we could see stored away which you FULLER & FOX, Proprietors. sar '.
one with our name written after the these poor people \\
words, "Pay to the order of." ishing can .. ..... . .',I Cooper $ Atha
oI on some of them, give -

I, A Northern gentleman who has sympathy, your '''I I 114 ORANGE AVENUE
spent several winters in California, Few people realize the :
told us yesterday that the poinsettia of making people happy I I Orlando Florida
grows far more brilliant in color in encouraging Christmas : -

Florida than they do on the Pacific know of a poor woman : 1253m.lltMHtMlftlttlilllHlt.
coast. Nothing could be prettier money for presents but she : to Auto wners

than they are at this time of the most beautiful, NoticeR. -- -
letters to many poor and : ::1
t year.
o. people, especially the sick : : I I'I

The Florida Home society is offer I pitals and other shut-ins. : L. HOLLAND 1 1I
ing to give children away as Christmas spirit that counts; that is ; I I Supreme Auto ml
and if it doesn't with
presents. The society has chil- go recover your old Auto or Buggy
it isn't in the :
you give,
dren in its care who need and deserve
homes and home rearing. Eleven groceries you send, you : Make Back and Cush-
, opportunities worth while. I your : : The oil that has
have been offered by the ng anything
No matter how humble : Covers and Auto dust stood the
society for people who can afford it Slip Top, supreme
tion in life ,
we can always
to undertake a praiseworthy task by
adopting a child. word and perform little : New top or cushion work for test
and : I Ii
helpfulness good
t o family and among our i I Ii and buggies at reasonable -----THAT -- --
: It will add to the pleasure of the
1 acquaintances. A cordial ,
season if every property owner would i
I clean up his premises for the Christ- discouraged hand with a I All work and material guar- ,

i:F f already mas and Many dozens strangers are coming are do pathy! more and than encouragement a costly I!I. I I II by T. M. Coppedge, TrimmerAT Good Gulf Gasoline

, every day. You owe it to your neighbor render no greater service I
, and to the community in which than by holding kindly, : : .
i you live, to keep yuor home and sur- thoughts towards them, : -
roundings clean, neat and orderly. cheer, your sympathy, I

r.l r. Perhaps-you haven't 0r. time for it, lasting encouragement.elightUnfortunately benediction These and .a ::: l. HOLLAND L CARRIAGE b[ s SHOP r P. G. WALTON, Agl.

but it will do no harm to give a
the true I
t thought for the people of war ridden, Christmas, the Christ : PHONES 450-269

storm rent Mexico at this season, ful, charitable spirit, has : .
when the people of other countHes
n- lost, and we have
are trying to surmount the most or-
custom of using
dinary of obstacles to happiness. The
paying of Christmas I
people of Mexico would l>e happy if
many people, Christmas
they were free of the of
scourge war.
How much more fortunate are we, such sive, a so formidable strenuous,occasion that New Holiday Stock
and how grateful we should be.
suggesting good cheer, cash.'f'
o kindness for all, the

Thousands of Confederate veterans brings dread and even in great variety really desirable and useful presents for
learned with deep regret of the death people who are not able

t: of Col. S. A. Cunningham at Nash- with the pace. It is of all ages and is a most popular stock in every respect
ville Col. Cunningham
Saturday. was rious drain upon both
the editor of The Confederate Vet- and the pocketbook.The I of its choice selections, trustworthy values and fair

r eran green, which the memory was published of the Confederacy to keep- and good average judgment person in the uses I If you are asking where you can buy the best and

[ The aged editor worked to the Christmas presents than this season you will get your answer by looking
t close of his notable career. He had else. Many people seam
planned to attend the great reunion sort of a mania for our large and superior line of attractions and com
to be held in Jacksonville the latter possible show for their
and'prices with others.
I' part of April. Christmas giving, and in

0f hunt for bargains, they

So wise a man as the late Prof. senseless things-articles
Drummond gave expression to the practically useless to o
T Virtue of le rrices
following truth in relation to happi- cumber up the house. It e Basona
ness: "There is no happiness in hav- interesting to go through
ing or getting, but only in giving. of the country and collect
Half of the world is on the wrong inventory of the never neglected You will find it in connection with
scent in the pursuit of ,happiness. which are lying about in
They think it consists in having and boards and closets Goods and Genuine Merit throughout our Beautiful

getting and in being served by oth- articles which people which is unexcelled in Variety and Quality
It place for and
ers. consists in giving and in serv- yet which I ,
ing others." It is a good thought to they must keep because I

bear in mind as you plan your Christ. gifts to them.
mas gifts. Some time ago I I (

o inent woman of society

After having killed a little child in that her home had been

Jacksonville the street cars of that loaded with all sorts of [ the
furniture vans
city are to be provided with fenders. and bric-a-brac
Several years ago certain wild-eyed things which had been .
newspaper men and other "radicals" so that she was really
.F made an effort to have the street cars room. She said that these OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE
equipped with fenders, but tha com- accumulated until she felt
pany fought the expense and with the send several loads to an
aid of certain benevolent city officials A newspaper reporter ENGRAVING
f won the fight. What was predicted some of them and
then has happened, the child has been verely in his paper for
cruelly killed, and the company now The lady then explained
yields to an aroused public demand.o press that she had been
keep the gifts in I
The rise in a very few years from I f
I Last IHIznas: : CallMILLINERY
newsboy to cashier of a bank gives I
excuse for an article in the Times-

Union of :Monday last and pictures of New COATS AND COAT SUITS
the young man and the bank whereinhe

will work. Arthur Newett is a Four )' to 55.00 Suits at .$15.00 22.50 to $30.00 Suits at .$10.00
bright young man, and improved his Car $1,115.Four I
opportunities, or made them for him HONESTLY THIS IS NO JOKE-WE MEAN BUSINESS
self. He started in for himself when

about eighteen years of age, and in Six
the news business did very well. Now
he is, cashier of the Bank of Grove-

land, and his friends are very pardonably BIG CUT AT THE RIGHT TIME. WE CAN ONLY QUOTE A FEW SPECIALS
proud of his rise and the excel- All Cars .
lent position that he has secured at starter---and at ."_JC. G5c. and 75c. values I at. igc.
the age of twenty-one.-Times-Union
Short Talks. around and see others in proportion. Neckwear in real Cluny, Irish and Filet. Beautiful Rhine

Th'e matter is easily explained but and Embossed Robes, Mesh Bags, Hand Bags, Silk Underwear, Kayser and
the less creditable I l
; none when it is
San McCollum Silk
recalled that so far as Mr. Newett's Hosiery. \/
bank experience and education is con i

cerned, it bears the label, "Made in All
Orlando.' We have ten or fifteen
other young men working in the Or- : .AErO: EE. I\7EfS::

lando banks who are capable of going -
to other Grovelands and assum- AJAX off for Cf The Christmas Shopping Place" ,
per cent p
ing cashierships. Call us up on the I
'phone any day when you need one. I

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i I Christmas Candies i s T ae a Ti I To the Employees of

4 When buying Christmas Candies it is like buying Ili. fro f m Santa The Orlando Water & Light Co., wish- ; :

everything else, you want the best.
you a pleasant Christmas we want to : ;

Make the men folks

< i And when you open a package of Butt's Chocolates !i \ -' happy with a present remind you of ourRemoval

; ; your "sweet tooth," which delights in that ; they can enjoy. Then

; ; keen rich flavor ol perfect:confection, will be gratified < | ; ; c - w man who comes downstairs Sale H

I beyond expression.For I Christmas morn

ing and findsA

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' KANDY KITCHEN f Will know that someone has been thinking of his happiness children.

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

out the kind of he likes-a Mild
cigar Full-Flavored,
"The Home of Quality"WADE Rich-Tasting cigar that is as full of Fine Aroma as ; Men's $5.00 Florsheim Shoes and $

Cuban suns could make it. I Oxfords I IU

11111111111111111111111111111.1111..1111111111111111. iMMHmtllMilMIMMHIMilMiilillllillimiMlVMABEL : : Ladies' $5.00 Shoes or Oxfords all n on

. I I Mrs. S. Miles Robinson arrived last PAIGE RECEIVES WHISKEY SHIPMENTS HEAVY Leathers LIU I

night from Chester, Md., to spend the BEAUTIFUL BOUQUET .
I I winter. Dr. Robinson preceded his Whiskey shipments into Orlando I | Misses Childrens $3.00 Shoes n nand

THE TUNER wife several days ago. A pretty compliment was last night during the past few days have beenso Oxfords Li t
ORLANDO. FLA. paid Mabel Paige, who with her company heavy that the railroads could
There is an ad. in the want col-
is filling a week's engagementat hardly accommodate the business on
umn today, if you are a lady stenog-
rapher and seeking a position, thatit the Lucerne, when a handsome their regular trains. Every Pair in the House Reduced.

bouquet of Killarney roses was pre-
been toDtt's will pay you to read.
Good morning! you
sented her with Christmas wishes by NOTICE.
candies? Mr. Bonny Beacham is expected I
for those delicious I
the: lady guests of the Keystone. The I
Dr. P. Phillips left Monday night home from the University of Virginiaon actress is making the Keystone her There are a number of poor fami-i I
the early train tomorrow morn- I & G. Duckworth !
for Miami on business. home during her stay in Orlando. lies in our city who will not have aI
to the holidays.Mr. .
ing spend
Don't forget II. Kanner's sale is Last night a party composed of the happy Christmas unless some of our
still going on. 21-St I and Mrs. Chas. Yeiser arrived ladies of the house attended the Lu good people help. them. If anyone

Mayor and Mrs. W. H. Reynoldsare I last night from Jacksonville to visit cerne in company and at the close of cares to donate clothes, food, toys, FEET FITTER

spending a few days in Jackson-I Mrs. Yeiser's sisters, Mrs. J. S. Mc- an act, the star of the company re- money, or anything, to such a worthycause

ville. Ewan and Mrs. G. H. Edwards. ceived the beautiful gift. The roses they will please leave them at Orlando Florida
I -
of Make your Christmas gift one of were perfect specimens from Florist the earliest time at the office of A. A. ,
Just received a large shipment
permanent value and make your selection Luther's place. The bill at the Lucerne Feizl on the corner of Court and Pine
all kinds of fireworks at Rock's Bakery .
12-23-2t at Kincaid & Snowden's fur- tonight will be a comedy of the streets, and they will be distributedby I
I niture store. race track, "If Glory Wins." Tomorrow Mrs. D M. Topliff. It is truly
Mr. G. W. B. Bray, of Winter Gar-] ''
Mr. Leigh Newell will arrive night will be the big feature of more blessed to give than receive, so HilttimtlliiMIIIIIMtMHtlMIIIMMMHIIIIIMM'Money
den, spent yesterday in Orlando on' Christmas morning from the University the week, "The Good Luck Girl." let us not forget those who. are in

business. of Virginia to spend the holidayswith need right at our doors.NOTICE Loan
Just received a large shipment of his mother, Mrs. Geo. R. Newell. CHILDREN FREE AT TilE I to
all kinds of fireworks at Rock's Bakery. -
Col. and Mrs. S, H. Alleman and son FAVORITE CHRISTMAS'
Horace, arrived last evening from I
Mr. W. II. Keith, of Boston, is Miller of the Favorite It is desired that all who are interested
Philadelphia, and have reopened"Rest Proprietor I
among the late arrivals at the San Haven," their pretty home on will give free admission to all the would know of the Sunday Loans in sums of$500 to $3000
Juan. school that has been organized in the
the Favorite Thursday
Amelia avenue. children at
Take a look at the window of fancy Evans' jewelry store is the real afternoon, and besides every child "Rest Room," on Concord avenue, in! on IMPROVED INSIDE property for
cakes for your Christmas dinner, at Christmas The Concord Park, on Lake Dot. All who
gift shop. Buying at Evans' creates will receive a gift.
Reek's Bakery. 12-23-2t a feeling of confidence that you\have Favorite will undoubtedly be filled feel like coming and taking part or: a term of FIVE years. Principal

In these Christmas times, if not at I with the kiddies tomorrow afternoon. helping with the work will be welcome -
bought the right goods at the right and interest payable in monthly
otier times, what is home without prices. by Superintendent Whittiker, of I
children? Kentucky, and all come at 3 p. m.
I Dr. Washington Kilmer and daughter CATHOLIC CHURCH Sunday instalments
Ilr..L. B. Bevis, a prominent business
Miss May, leave today for Fer- I
man of Lakeland, is among the nandina, where they will spend Christmas day services in the Cath-

guests at the San Juan today. Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. Walter olic church as follows: c-FA VOlUTE THEATER-oc: s. YChristmas- VT..A.-S::

Pumpkin, meringue, mince, cocoa- Claire. Low Mass, 5 a. m. I
High Class Motion Pictures
nut and custard pies, at the German Dr. Hal Beardall and bride have Low Mass, 7:30 a. m. -Program ; IIII'IIIIIII'III'IIIIIIIIIIIIIII I'IIIIIIIIIIIIIII.4

Bakery, opposite San Juan hotel. returned from Charleston, where they High Mass and sermon, 10 a. m. Changed DailyTodaj's 1. 'llltll'I IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII"I
of the Blessed Sacra Program Big Reels
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spent their honeymoon, and are being "Grit of the Gringo" (Nestor). A
Col. T. J. Watkins has purchasedfrom gladly welcomed by their ment, 5 p. m.
many drama Present Free
invited.A powerful depicting life in the 1
All cordially
the San Juan Garage a dandy friends.Mr. I are far West.

"Little Six" Hudson automobile.Mr. . and Mrs. H. T. Butler have retur..ed "Weekly No. 82" (Universal). All
Ramke left want ad, in this paper is worth Handsome China
John D. yesterdayto from a trip to Key West and the weekly current events.

spend the holidays with relativesat Havana. They went by way of Palm $1.00 per week. It costs only one "The Ring of Sorrow" (Victor). Cup and Saucer
his old home in Charleston, S. C. Beach and Miami and returned via cent per word. Try one on that article With Fritzi Brinette and Glen White.
would 'like to buy or sell.
The ads. in today's Sentinel are Tampa.Mr. you Matinee 2 to 5. Night 6:30: to 9:30.:
Call and themOur
teeming with the store news of Or- and Mrs. Alex Shine and two Admission 5 cents to all. see
lando's live merchants. children arrived yesterday afternoon Mr. W. T. Sims left yesterday for

Miss Zelma Lewter and little brother from Miami to spend the holidays, Jonesboro, Ga., to spend Christmas I
mother. ,
Frederic, have arrived home aftera with Mr. Shine's mother, Mrs. H. W., with his son stock of Xmas Goodies has arrived and we
there and will 75; cents
is already accompanyhis
visit to relatives in Virginia and Greetham.The
with Nuts Mince* Meat
father home. Oyster Cocktail are prepared to supply you ,
Tennessee. friends of Mrs. C. D. Christare Roast Turkey, Sage Dressing Figs, Dates, Raisins, Currants, Fruits, Plum Pud-
Messrs. J. E. and H. F. Phipps, the recipients of cards to an "at Cranberry Sauce
Buskirk of Jacksonville ding, Fruit Cake, etc., for thatCHRISTMAS
Van -
Mr. Henry Celery Radishes Fruit Salad
two former popular Orlandoites, are on Wednesday, December thirtieth -
is visiting his parents, )Ir, Creamed New Irish Potatoes
among the transportation people in the honorees being Mrs. J. E,
and Mrs. Justin Van Buskirk. Mr. Green String Beans DINNER
Weller and Miss Palmer.Mr. .
the city today. Candied Yams Creamed Cauliflower I
) Van Buskirk is employed by the
Nothing is more appropriate and Arthur Clarke, one of Ocoee's, Steamed Rice
United States Registry company, and Nuts Raisins Fruits
the smokeras enterprising citizens, was in Orlando
appreciated by gentleman I
learn Mince and Pie
his friends will be pleased to Pumpkin
a nice box of Lucerne Circle ci- last night to meet his friend, Mr. P, that he is progressing well. Pound and Fruit CakeW. THE SANITARY GROCERY

gars. Ask your dealer. S. Brooks, of Jacksonville, who came

down to spend several days with Mr, T. ENTRICAN, F
Mrs. HalO. Estes left
yesterdayfor It CARUTHERS & GORE
Clarke Furniture makes the best gift! Makes
Tampa, where she will spend hunting and fishing. a specialty painting, paper-
is something which endures that all ing, refinishing floors, furniture, etc.
Christmas with her parents, )Ir. and )Ir. and Mrs. I. B. Chamberlain, an l
may enjoy it. We have a store filled Phone C36. 12-21-lm Phone 200 6 & 8 Pine Street.
Mrs. Chas. II. Davis. estimable couple from Lisbon, North 1 1with happy Christmas Furniture ,

J. Russell Mitchell Dakota, are in Orlando for the win. Eat what you want.
a prominent ; gifts-something that is suitable for I
ter. They are pleasantly located al Eat all you want.
dentist of Atlanta, Ga., is the I
No. C, Gould any room in any home. The prices Take a postscript and forget It. CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.3MMMMMMtMMMUMmillilMMilMMIC.
priest of his aunt, Mrs. J. E. Turner,I street. They are. very are as fair as the quality is good and For sale by all druggists.
much pleased with Orlando. >
on Ruth avenue. I our guarantee of satisfaction with 1130d&w.lmWAXTEDSecondhand
Judge W. D. Bell and family, oi f
Miss Sallie Taylor, the popularnurse every sale. Hammond & Gore. HHilllliMltlillMMIIIIHIMUMHItHtttmmMfc
Arcadia, arrived in the city yesterday desk. Address -
in Dr. W. C. Person's office,I Box 88, Orlando, Fla. 12-21-3t: :
morning to spend the holidays wit
leaves today to spend Christmas with I HAIR FALLING OUT? Christmas Suggestions
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the judge's parents, Dr. and Mrs. A I .
relatives in Geneva.Mr. ,D. Bell, of West Church street. They, Davis' Hair Remedy will stop it.I LUTHER THE FLORISTCut

and Mrs. Chas. F. Nason and were accompanied by Miss Martha Money back guarantee. Estes Phar-

son, Mr. Roger Nason, have arrived I Stevens, who comes home to be witSher L sells it. 12-9-tf Flowers FOR MEN

from Brattleboro., and are pleas (! mother and sisters and to enjoj hOSTEOPATHY ROSES, VIOLETS,
antly located for the winter at 700 j the family Christmas tree.
Bath Robes Full Dress SetsCombination
West Amelia avenue. Warman Sells, and Fixes Bicycles .
House Coats Sets
Just received a big supply of Boys' In Court street. 12-5-ti f: DR. J. C .HOWELL POTTED PLANTS 'I

I(Clothing-waist and knee pants-and Eat what you want. Hours, 10-12, 3-:>, and by appointmentNo I -- ---. Collar Bags Tie Racks 1 1'I

will sell them at sacrifice prices. II.'anner's I Eat all you want. extra charge for house treatment Fancy Vest Traveling Cases
I[ Take a postscript and forget it.
New York Bargain Store. connections
Telephone 'I
For sale by all druggists. I IL
21-3t I ll-GO-d&w-lrr; ':; Office cor. Orange and Central Ares. The best line of Neckwear ever brought to] Or :

!I I WOODVeneer I lando.

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

Seasoned Heart Pine : and look stock
\ SuggestionsMcELROY Oak Wood Come our over.

\ PHARMACYKodaK All sizes and lengths Let us help you make a selection.

Wood Yard
Huyler's Candies, Waterman's Fountain Pens, Ivory, Mirrors, Combs

and Brushes, Mary Garden's and Houbigaul's Extracts, Thermos Bottles and B. W. KINGSLEY, Proprietor SCRUGGS & DICKSON jj jjThis j

Cases *w sizes and prices. Phone 344 104 W. Pine St. store is the home 01! Hart Sehallner & Marx clothes ; ; 1

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OVIEDO The police force will be increased I FOR SALE-At a bargain, twenty- EVERYTHING NEW for Xmas at t t"'I.II.II.IIIIIIIIIII'IIIII.IIIIIIII'I'.II'IToys ++
in St. Petersburg in order to prevent acre grove; five hundred grapefruittrees the Evans Parlors, No. 100 North :
fifty tangerine trees, and 750 Main. Phone 125.
Oviedo, Dec. 22.-Mr. and Mrs. Hal- crooks, pickpockets and petty thieves 1-26-tf '
trees. Grove should for
orange pay
lendech, of New York, soon after from making that city headquartersthis itself in two years. Address P. 0. CHAUFFEUR WANTS POSITION; : !

their return sold their ,home on Lake winter. The St. Louis baseball I Box 105, Orlando, Fla. white; six years' experience; do re- : Toys

Charm and will go to Sanford wherehe league team will train in the Sun- I 12-18-d&w-tf pairing. Address Chauffeur, care of <

is interested in hotel property to shine City this spring and crooks usually FOR SALE ,Sentinel. 12-23-3t ',
follow baseball teams I House and grove at Fair Villa, 13 '
spend the winter. up on DON'T DELAY but
Xmas :
get your
acres, of which three acres are WE ARE NOW PREPARED TO GIVE
Dr. Marshall has moved in his new their spring training trips. Anothercop budded grapefruit borders young lake Photos now at the Evans Parlors,
; ;
office on Main street. He has three will be added about Christmas.R. house of 8 rooms; good barn; attractive one 125.block north of court house. Phone YOU A JOY RIDE

large rooms, one of which will be used winter home. Apply at this office. --- - -- ------11-26-tf

_, for the telephone exchange. J. bluff, of Sand'Ville'a.., arrived 11-15-lm- Artistic photographs for Xmas' -at-
--- the Evans Parlors, No. 100 N. Main. THROUGH b CHRISTMAS S GIFT l LAND
Charles A. Crayton, of St. Augus- in Kissimmee Wednesday to FOR SALE Phone 25. 11-15-tf
43 located three
acres north-
tine who is interested in
grove prop. look over this county and make final
I west of Orlando, on S. A. L. R. R., at
erty here, is spending some time at arrangements for bringing his fine :!,Fairvilla Station, on Lake Fairview WANTED-One to two years, $5,000;
"_ the Cushing house.T. herd of Hereford stock from Virginia I|take front near station; young grape-; lando.real estate collateral. Box 672, Or- And we will Dead Sure Lead You

C. Brannan has purchased the for breeding purposes. Mr. Roliff fruit and orange grove; land about 12-23-3t
citrus fruit and half Through a Land of Plenty This YearIT
which includes fine vegetable;
Farwell place, a WANTED-To
states that Hereford cattle make the i8-room i lease or rent ten to
house, barn ideal winter
grove and a twelve-room house, which best beef cattle on the market, bothas home, right near Country; Club. Ad- twenty acre grove and truck land

affords them a pleasant home and to weight and flavor, and are much dress W. T. Chapman, owner, R. F. D. for dress 1914 G.,E.with Grand an option hotel. to buy. Ad- WILL BE A PLEASURE FOR US TO SHOW YOU
nice little income. easier raised than some other'breeds, No. 2, Orlando. ll-7-lm-d&w 12-21-lw THROUGH OUR IMMENSE LINE OF HOLIDAY

Mr. and Mrs. Brown, of Indiana, as they require no more feed and FOR SALE YOUNG LADY STENOGRAPHERand GOODS AND WE ARE SURE IT WILL CONTAIN

who have spent several winters here, less than some others that run less Gild-edge proposition. An orange bookkeeper, for permanent out- JUST THE GIFT YOU HAVE PLANNED. OUR COMPLETE .

have come and invested in propertyand \\eight--Kissimmee Note in Tam- grove, 130 large trees, including crop; fo-town and how position. Address, stating I STOCK IS NOW READY FOR YOUR CONSID-
within city limits about four age now or previously employed -
; acres
will make this their permanent pa Times. staked into nineteen lots. Bargain if with references, A. B. C., care ERATION. FROM TOYS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
home in future. soon. E .A. McBride, 504 Magnolia -
of Hoboken I avenue. 12-18-6t I HAVE IN PLENTY AND AS CHRISTMAS IS ABOUT
Mr. and Mrs. Cotton, ,I For Christmas novelties visit II. WANTED-By a woman living alone, ;
N. J., have recently purchased a home I Kanner's New York Bargain Store. FOR SALE a white woman strong and willing HERE WE INVITE YOU TO SELECT NOW.
to do practical work in a good mod-
Lake Charm and improved the
on 213tPEOPLE'S Good property; 40 acres little northof ern home. Apply Sentinel office.
> place very much by some needed re- Orlando, on beautiful lake. Young 12-20-3t
pairs. They will spend the winter - budded grove, bearing; good dwelling.The MaRe This Store Headquarters
ideal place for poultry and dairy WANTED blacksmith capable of
here with friends and relatives.
farm-good range, plenty room, good doing heavy machine smithing and II
B. G. Smith is having two more milk trade established. Will sell stock scroll work. Apply office, South Florida I McCULLOCH'SDEPARTMENT
': cottages erected on his property, to with place. Box 34, Route 2, Orlando, Foundry and Machine'Works.

be completed in the next few weeks. Fla. 12-15-lm 12-16-lw I'I'I
This is the fifth built in the past year, Notices of Lost. Wanted. For Sale, For -- ------- ----- -- --- STORE
Rent etc., for this column. 25c for one day FOR REM WANTED) gentleman of good
4 and they are already rented Anyone SOc for three days, or $1.00 for one week, for character, to form the acquaintanceof I
who can have houses built will 23 words or less. Money must accompany a nice, respectable lady, between
the advertisements fer this column seven-room
as no
find ready demand for there are many insertions will be made on credit. house. Call at Sentinel. 12-14-tf the ages of 25 and 35; object, j
if suited. Address matri-I
F. R.
other families will come when. theycan
Sentinel. 12-14-Gt : Next Door to Evan's Jewelry Store
get houses.J. FOR SALE EIGHT-ROOM furnished house; gas I : :
and electric lights. 205 E. Robinson ARTISTIC Photography for Xmas
Schultz, of Galesburg, 111., has
purchased several bearing groves in FOR SALE-A good horse. Gus C. avenue- on Lake Eola. 12-23-tf- now. The Evans Parlors, one block 11.1. II D 11II 1111III111II111 1.111.1. III 1 ttt M++t11'1""llltlllllllllllll +
north of Court house. Phone
town. He is here for rest, and will Schultz, Formosa, Fla. 12-2-lm FOR RENT-Xe-'ly furnished rooms" 11-26-tf 125.
modern,three minutes to everything.Rent .
spend his time learning more about FOR SALE-House and lot; also lots reasonable. 308 West St.
WHY PAY exorbitant rent or board? D'II"IIIIIIII'I'IIIII"
cultivating trees. on Broadway, Amelia avenue and 12-21-lw I
Why not buy a little home? Buy I
Summerlin street. Mrs. Norman Robinson
W. B. Williams who has the
con 301 Concord 11-27-lm FOR RENT-Rooms, with or without it of the owner and save the agent's I H
tract to drain six thousand acres of avenue. board; newly furnished; large ve- commission. Address B., Box 178.. : "Kill the Chill"All

Florida's finest farming land north of PURE GEORGIA CANE SYRUPIn randa; all conveniences; nothing bet- 11-30-lm.

town, is working about one hundred : barrels, bottles,'can, and by retail; ter for the money in Florida. 205 HOUSECLEANING-Any kind of of- :
Magnolia avenue. 12-17-6t
and fifty men. The work is progress ''I between Bumby's hardware store and - -------- fice or housecleaning wanted by the indications point toward a cold win-
ing rapidly and when completed the Arlington hotel. Sold by FOR RENT-Furnished house, ten day, by young, energetic married wo-I''

land owners of the drainage section 12-23-3t W. E. POWELL. rooms located and suitable sleeping porch; centrally man (white). Inquire Sentinel office. ter this year and the best way to be comfortable -
; for either one or 1215GtCIiRISTMAS
? FOR SALE-Fine team mules and
may consider themselves wealthier by two families. Address F. G. Rush,
camping with furnishings, I cold
wagon on mornings and eveningsor
several hundred thousand dollars. cheap for cash. Must be seen to be City. 11-26-tf PRESENTS!

E. II. Morgan of Rock Springs, Wyoming -[!appreciated. Can be seen at the fair FOR RENT-New furnished in I That will please young or old, boy or during the day in your office is to have
will arrive early in the grounds. 12-23-Gt rooms girl, man or woman. A year's sub- a
I new modern home; every convenience scription to Sorosis Library. Onlyone
new year and get busy developing his' ; kitchenette if desired; reason- dollar and half .
FOR SALE-Five or ten acre tract a ($1.50)
two hundred acre tract of hammockland. I' one-half mile outside of city limits; able. 14 E. Amelia avenue, next doorto REZNOR GAS HEATER

lie will probably use one hundred cleared fenced and improved. Address I the Wyoming. 12-1-tf I. HAND PAINTED CARDS

acres for citrus fruits and the I "Owner," this office. 12102wFOR FOR RENT-Large, well furnished I Appropriate cards for all occasionsmenu
-- -- --------- They are cheap to buy and
same number of acres for farming.: room to persons wishing suburban place cards, score cards, etc. ; very economical -
SALE-New residence, 400: Anderson accommodations; also 2 acres good I Also designs for book plates. Samples .
lIe also owns valuable property in I street. Terms, half down, truck land, close in. Good opportunity on hand and orders taken at 112 j ; 3 to 6 cents an hour, according to the
town which will be improved with balance two years time. Inquire on for right person. Address "A," Grace St. Phone 608. Lu F. .
handsome dwellings soon after his ar premises afternoons, or E. II. Gore,I Sentinel. 9-8tf ; ; size-and are the cleanest and most con-
Caruthers & Gore
rival.L. Sanitary Grocery
T. Hunt, manager of the Oviedo 6 and 8 E. Pine St. 1129lmFOR I FURNISHED ROOMS for tight PEOPLE'S PAINTER ;; venient heating made. No wood, ashes or

I SALE CHEAP-L. C. Smith housekeeping; every convenience I I can save you money on
Hardware and Furniture company grapefruit, i is gun, 12 gauge, 28-inch barrels; i in ; both, hot and cold; electric I painting, papering and sign writing. | oil to carry just turn the valve and strike
preparing to plant a big I lights; telephone; close in; rea I
good condition. A. N. Goodwin, at Try m eand prove it. Work guaran-
grove on his property near Lake Jes- Overstreet Crate Co.'s office. sonable. 200 E. Robinson Ave. I j teed. Frank Hayworth, decorator | a match.

sup. It is his intention to push them 12-16-tf- FOR RENT-Parties wishing quiet,I!1206 E. South St., Orlando. 12-16-Gt

", and the indications are that Oviedo FOR SALE OR RENT-Witlsock---- comfortable home for the' wintercan NOTICE -

T will soon regain her former stand and tools, best farm in county; variety find C or 4 room apartment, fully Mr. M. W. Crossley having retiredas
ing which 'is that of being the sec- fruits, 1COO trees; elegant up-'equipped for housekeeping, gas, electric a member of the Palms Auto Co.,
to-date buildings, etc. Box 144, Or I lights, open fireplace, moderate the business will be continued under
-ond largest shipper of citrus fruit. lando, J. Van Buskirk. 12-21-tf i'rent 12-18-6t, at 217 Robinson A"e. East. the same name by the other two ORLANDO W VA'FER & LIGHT L

I I members of the firm, Messrs. A. Y. ,
W. T. ENTRICAN, FOR SALE 1 MISCELLANEOUS i Fuller and R.. I... Fox, as proprietors.All .
Painter and interior decorator. New Five-room bungalow, with bath and assets and liabilities of the Palms Gas Department
ideas and old ones, too. Phone G3 G. sleeping porch. 506 Lexington St., i ij Auto Co. are assumed by.FULLER
: Expert workmen employed. Concord Park. Lot 67x230 feet. DRESSMAKING at 307 E. Pine S12.12.1m t.( & FOX,
, 12-21-lm 1211mo. j Props. The Palms Auto Co. OII 'I llelltleteO'lllli'IIIIIIQel't"'IDI"IID""I"I'le""J'I


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. W want to thank our friends for their liberal patronageduring

f our great Stock Reducing Sale and assure all that

your patronage has been thoroughly appreciated.

I: It has been our purpose to serve the people of ORANGE

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

goods at the lowest prices consistent for good merchandise.

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

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

satisfactorily than in the past.

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

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

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

bargains on every item in our store.


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Cor. Main and Pine Streets Orlando, Floridaiiittitimmiiiiiimtttimiiiii

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(1 ,, Christmas Dinner 50 Cents. Special Attention to Patrons

,e 1.30 to 2 P. M, 5.30 to 8 P. M

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_, Celery Cream of Tomato Olives I

Roast Lamb, Brown Sauce

Roast Turkey, Oyster Dressing

L Cranberry Sauce Giblet Sauce

Mashed Potatoes Steamed Rice
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Creamed Onions
Model 43 Chassis: Five-passenger touring car. Wheel base is 116 inches; double drop frame
Motor 41-4x51.4; four cylinders, cast in pairs; UPl..t power plant; cone clutch; selective type transmission Green Peas Candied Yams
; German silver "I" shaped radiator, square titype; Stromberg carburetor; full floating rear .
axle. New Departure bearings; tires, 35 x 41-2; Improved Delco electric starting, lighting and ignition Waldorf SaladStrawberry
system. Gasoline capacity, 21 gallons, tank carried at rear, pressure feed; Standard demountable rims;
10 inch upholstering nickel trimmings; body, steel; colors: blue or gray, black running gear. Prices Shortcake, Whipped Cream
fully equipped: ,Touring car, $1,875 delivered. Other models $1,150 to $3,000. Grapenut Ice Cream Fruit' Cake


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TARIFF LETS WORLD BID BOSTON COPS MUST XOTwonK If a man treats his wife all right,
OX SUPPLIES FOR NAVY JAWS IN PUBLIC I she complains that he slights visitors.

Boston, Dec. 19.-Policemen seek- When the prize for promptness is :::::::::'
Washington, Dec. 19.-Taking ad- ing solace from the monotony of I awarded, it probably will go to the

adopted Taitage darwood of the tariff reductions general law, the policy under navy the of pur-Un-has their gum must beats new do regulations by so chewing"inconspicuously"under promulgatedtoday tobacco or dun.It occurs to us that the cranberryis ::::::::':':':" ': ::" 'li!j; ;[;: Ji! :" :' :'" ,,:,:," ,::

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a lame for the
excuse high price
tie world instead of only in the O'Meara. They are forbidden to
American market. The latest call forbids sugar.
have gum or tobacco in their mouthsin
put out by the navy bureau of
"such a manner as to be notice-
As a rule, the members of the Orlstudo"W"ater
supplies and accounts) for 100,000 able." Chewing toothpicks will not
yards of dark blue c&fi for trousers, be tolerated. Down and Out club know how they
won their membership.While .
jackets and caps. Members of the force are forbid
While previous specifications for den to attend political rallies or con- Sz Light Co. I
bids for that material stipulated that ventions, except when detailed for the franking privilege maybe
American wool must be supplied, in duty there. When in uniform they important, a larger inducement 4<
the present instance the specifications must not ride in automobiles other would be needed to get most men to
have no limitation as to whether it than write letters.W. Electricity
department cars.
shall be domestic or foreign grown. The police are instructed to "assist ,
Officials say the old tariff measure I newspaper reporters in any legiti- T. ENTRICAN Gas Water Ice
practically eliminated foreign bidders. "
mate inquiry. Offers to Orlando the newest and best
Navy department officials are of workmanship in the painting and I
awaiting with interest the opening of decorating trade. Phone 636.
the bids on January 27. As wool iso BRAIN LEAKS 12-31-lm Office:---No. J8 West Central Avenue I
the free list, a number of foreign
bidders are expected and the depart- You ,can only be young once, and Take your repairing to Warman on
ment in hopes price.for a substantial reduction that once doesn't last long.A Court street. 12-5-tf Telephone No. 6 I IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'III'IIII

The awarding of one contract for henpecked traveling man does WILL GIVE YOU A DOLLAR

weeks beef to ago Argentine led to a packers substantial several decease the least kicking on hotel grub. Back edy doesn't if one bottle cure Davis'dandruff Hair or Rem-any ' :::::::: :::::::::::::::::::

in the bids submitted by American Any shoe seems too small to associate .scalp disease. Estes Pharmacy sellsit.
.... packers. with a hard working corn. 12-9-tf

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A Great Real Estate Bargain Another Rare ,BargainA

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

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

sleeping porch, bath room, large verandas facing east, west and north ; 12 rooms, 2 bath rooms included, and a fine garage; with or
b. without furniture and auto. We recommend this
property, even for a
with tank with without furniture
garage, underground gas ; or 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 general rule advertisements are gotten up to draw the attentionof

1 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 REPRESENTATION $15.00 per acre and up, on terms to suit the purchaserAll

payments deposited in any Orlando Bank until

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

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

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

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1-r The "Sumus Septum" club held the 'f
merriest of Christmas frolics yesterday !--
t at' the home of Miss Norene I
Evans, on Livingston avenue, and the i= -
glad spirit of the season was everywhere
., manifested. Each member !
:: brought a gift, and these were hidden Sin !( 0Li '
the house, the others having to ==
Y search near and far for the dainty I
presents. The only guides were witty
verses, giving just a hint of the place :: )()ci: :}'(,y 'iVoiuoiioii: (Useful) ( (;..i'iiiigLi
where the daintily tied packages were !
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'I After the hunt the hostess led the ? h's. 'VYoodrovVihon and oilier prominent

way to the dining table, which was i
:. decorated in the Christmas colors, red i Li people have joined. lave yon ?

BANK and green, and here served her gueststo Ii "
delicious ice cream and cakes-the ;
latter bearing the letters "S. S." in == ;
honor of the club. Those gathered at i I

of Orlando the festive board were Miss Dorothy i-U N1DF I f : X11( I crTs; ( nLi 1 C.
Johnson, Miss Ruth McCullough, Miss i 1
Edith Rambo, Miss Cornelia Minor -
\ 1893 and Miss Ruth Isaacson. .lJ.} sulk( .\0\!(( ( (I k c
The club will meet on Tuesday next !
with Miss Isaacson. ;= (, hvi( f(1n ('hocks ( t ;

ALL DAY GOLF AT COUNTRY 5 (,' .\t'lPl\h\( {.) \'l\\o.J t' (I
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open-for-all handicap tourna- :== )! ) .

G ment will be the event at the Country ( jn (
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Club Thursday. All golf players are
eligible and the handicap committee !
I will post each man's handicap before !
the play begins.

.. Play will continue through the day Uii'o1 Wrt< l{>>
'. and scores may be turned in either / V ta tJ@ Dtfitay -
in the morning or the afternoon, but i
no scores will be made public until all
the players have finished their game. !
: This contest is the yearly acne for I "It is a pleasure to serve ."

: the president's cup. This trophy is "'.
( : handsome and worth the while for all i 'i '-
t ,, players to do their best to capture it. .
atllMIIK The public is most cordially invited ;it
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I"' CHAOS PHILIPPINES REIGNS IN AS RESULT CLEVER ARTISTS AT GRAND contest. for the day and witness the I 'I d'I 1'I;,I!II!!:!!I:I.:II'I:111111 I;I;!I;'I!'I I,I 1!:II,:I I!II I.!I IlllliII'f.I :j I I:'LII;III'lll:91'!'II!:II:1 IN!:"II I.'I!!;I ml'III I,!,I'!I'h I 111'!'I'd I:If I ry ryI,'lllllill!1!I,Illh, p,!I lul;!!!,:I'I!NIP NIfII{tl'I''yip'III!;I!1,;.li'I''.!I I!II 1!I ,hI I II'!I'li IrVlll!;I!!:I!1,11,:II!it::I!:!i::!i,N i,i it I!it I N!,gt I !1 I?flog i;.I,!I;I j ii I;!I\!I ill:,I Ill'.III';:I';:!L!:::I Q,:I!ii;I;?PI IG i!'I llij(il!(!I a,.l.,'II I I h.,.!I'I NIP!I"I IIN I!,"'Id''ffi'lfl,,;:,!II 4W+,'I/l:1''pII,!I'jr l! tIli I li lilln: II j ..J''I hll;I la;':I.I I.', ; ti- -,
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OF QUICK king of all characterand Orlando just now is putting up a 1: I.
quick change artists, made his good grade of golf and the play -
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Thursday promises interesting. " ' ' 11..1 Gill 1111I II"YONELL'S .
went of the Philippines was strictly Motion Picture Company's Grand the
non-partisan. "While the Republi- ater. Baker's work was without MISS McCULLOUGH GIVES -
oans were in power, there were as doubt the very cleverest ever seen in DELIGHTFUL LUNCHEONMiss
many supporters of Democratic principles Orlando and the Grand managementcould
holding office as the former," not have brought a better draw Mary McCullough was hostessfor
he said. ing card here than this comedian.We a delightful and elaborate lunch Stupendous Removal Sale
"Since the American occupation the wonder how they do it. There is eon on Monday, many of her guests
:progress of industrial institutions in no doubt but that Doc Baker will being her friends among the college
Ac islands has been marvelous," con- prove the greatest attraction ever students at home for the holidays.The NOW ON
tUued Miller. "Schools are highly seen here and those who have seen pretty McCullough home was
essentials for it is to them that the him will undoubtedly be regular attendants gay with garlands of evergreen and .-
Filipinos must look for ideas and ad- daily at the Grand. Baker tall vases of red roses-and the small : .
yatcement. I found that the Ameri- last night rendered the latest New tables, at which the guests were seat. A Three
ai teachers take more than a pecuniary York success, "What Do You Mean ed, each bore a Christmas bouquet.The Day Special
interest in their work. They You Lost Your Dog?" singing same daintily served menu consistedof

Relieve that they are laboring for the I in character attire through the aisle grapefruit cocktail, oysters, hot A complete line of Ladies Hand Embroidered and Hem-
f. people and their earnestness is sin of the theater and appearing 15 sec-
biscuit, chicken salad, olives, pickles,
0 onds later stitched Handkerchiefs at Removal Sale Prices.
cere and meritorious. upon the stage in evening ice cream, angel food and bon-bons.
[ "A good many have the opinion dress, rendering "They Say They're :Miss McCullough's guests were her
( that the islands are the abode of Not Living Together" and "The Pussy sister, Miss Ruth, and Misses Jean ,
; takes and savages," laughed Miller. Cat Rag. and Willie Person, Sara and Dorothy
line Ladies Silk Hose Black White
Fine Pink Blue
"On the other hand," he continued, Mr. Cornely's two violin solos were Slemons, May Buxton, Berta Beacham and

seriously, "the Philippines are a great '\gendered with the great techniqueand Ruth Thompson, Gayle Da.viMary .,. Kelly Green at Removal Sale Prices.
c wonderful tone of the
possession. Agriculturally and min- true artist. Rock, Sara Yancey, Anna Ga-
I erally they have a high value and can Mr. Comely, as director of theGrand's ley, Mildred Buckingham, Helen War-
-: produce certain products that can not imported orchestra,'is an artist low, Emma Tippens, Alma DeLaney,
J tie grown in any- other country- of the in every sense of the word. Helen Drew, Charlena Galey, Ruth Full line of Ladies Kid and Silk Gloves, both long and short |
The Kalem I
world. great masterpiece, Isaacson and Johnson.
t Miller said that he was greatly impressed -I"Perils of the'Sea,' 'intwo reels, was 1 at Removal Sale Reductions

: by the marvelous road work a thriller and one of the greatest BAPTIST SUNDA YSCHOOL
t; that has been accomplished in the films ever seen here. There were also CHRISTMAS TREE FRIDAYThe
r islands. "The first class roads .two other good films and on the whole
Baptist Sunday school will Now is opportunity to buy a first-class Um-
the finest I have seen anywhere, he I the performance was the very best have a Christmas tree in the church your
t: declared. "All this work has been i ever seen in a picture house in Or Friday evening. There will be special brella either for lady or gentleman at this Great
t done in the past five or six years. lando. The city is really beginning to music and, pleasing exercises. It
The system of maintenance is realize what Monegomery Motion Removal Sale.
an is expected that the parents of the
r ideal one. There is a caretaker for I II Picture company management is giv- children will attend and see the little
ing it.By .
every kilometer and the man takes ones enjoy the occasion.
pride in his work so that it is up to I I General special Film arrangement with the Come soon only a few more days left in which to buy at 1I
the standard. company the Grand has WOOD
"The materials are there. What secured, beginning tomorrow, an exclusive value of the EFFICIENCYThe wood you buy depends these Removal Sale Prices.
I the islands need more and more are feature film service far superior upon its efficiency as a heat
American methods." to anything ever seen here. A producer.

a pecial Christmas program has been Dollar for dollar and cent for cent,
t.. "THE LAST, DAY, SHOPPER" arranged in anticipation of the large the wood we offer you is the most efficient
crowd the management expects to heat producer ever placed on :
t. Resolved, That for the sake of handle on that day.Adertisements the market. .. N. P. YOWELL

pleasure and satisfaction, I will confine All we ask of you is to investigate. .
my final Christmas shopping to in the Sentinel ELDREDGE BARLOW. :

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i PROPRIETORS I ( We will be open
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"fo' 1914 PHAETON Return of the favorites, Mabel Evenings
..f Paige Company, in a series of one- o 0.z.
act comedy plajlets, introducing musical
c \ \\ V' Sc \ \\ \ numbers, opening in a great
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comedy on Monday, December 29th. Accommodating Clerks to wait on you.
I Change of play and musical numbers
every day. One week's engagement.
Afternoon, 2 roI:30; 5 cents to all Everything guaranteed.
Night, 7:15 to 8:15.
Music by Lucerne orchestra.

Band concert at 7 o'clock. o Come and see.
'If Prices: Children lOc.; adults, 20c.
Tonight, a comedy of the race
track, "If Morning Glory Wins."

1 \ Thursday, the.big feature, "The
-- j Good Luck Girl." AIM & CO Jewelel
"The Impostor" (Broncho). Two
reels. ,
ORLANDO AUTO AND SUPPLY COMPANY "The Campaign Managers" (Than- I[
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