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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 27, 1913
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1913.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 1, no. 269 (Dec. 20, 1913).
General Note: J.F. Schumann, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 4 (Feb. 14, 1913).
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f Direct Service Postal Telegraph until 2'a.. m. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY. Orlando-Progressive Center of the State.



: VOLUME ONE. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1913. NUMBER 274.

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; WilSON TO CHOOSE MEMBERS Of PARK FUNDS CO1MISSIONNEDS TO FINISH WORKCITY [ I'"'CHRISTMAS!' JOYFULLY WAS QUIETLYBUT SPENT U. S. CON Ul SAYS AKiYlS





', FEDERAL RESERVE BOARD SOON WITHHOLDS- APPROPRIATION I I! SEVERAL HUNDRED SOUGHT i Riff IN MfXICO OUT Of T AM PI CO

UNTIL PRIVATE SUB. AMUSEMENT AT THE

I SCRIPTIONS ARE PAID I RACING PARK -

; PAY OF REGISTRATION I !SANTA SAYS AUTOMOBILE
TO
WILL GIVE STUDY QUESTION . TilE STARVATION OF MANY
The park commission is in need of i!r i There were no "great doings" in

WHILE TAKING OFFICERS PUZZLINGCOUNTY funds. i 1 i Orlando on Christmas day, but the day I SCORCHERS CRIMINAL'''!i AMERICANS AND OTHERS

HIS VACATION Tho city has not paid its appropriation was joyfully spent in many ways, and REPORTED

of $2,000 to the park fund, and ;all in all it was one of the happiestever

t at a meeting of council held some < experienced in this city.
COMMISSIONERS WILL MAYOR-ELECT GETS WHIP TO !
time ago tho council took the atti- Several stores remained open half
t WET PLENTYJFiSLEEP: SETTLE QUESTION AT tude that the city should not pay its i the day for the delivery of Christmas 1 USE ON SPEEDERS AND BARONCHINDACOMPLAINS

NEXT MEETING appropriation until all donations in packages, but the afternoon was ob- BLIND TIGERS

: land and money had been made a i served by all as a holiday.The (

AT LEAST NINE HOURS FOR Chairman M. O. Overstreet said complete gift. In the matter of land racing park was the objectiveof The out-door Christmas tree, oppo- CALLS ATTENTION TO UNPROTECTED -

t\J. HEAD. OF NATION WHILE yesterday that he had given little given for park purposes this referred i several hundred who journeyed out sie the court house, which "Santa CONDITION OF JAPANESE -

r. HE REMAINS AT PASS' thought; to the provisions of the new to the delivery of deeds, and in the North Orange avenue in the after- Claus" has been busily planning, AND ENTERS
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'. registration law, but he hardly matter of subscriptions it referred to noon; they sought amusement there, proved the center of attraction last

8 5 ot. CHRISTIAN thought the county commissionerswould I the payment of them to the treasurer; and found it-though the brand of i evening for a large crowd, many of i FORMAL PROTESTSpecial
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pay a per diem to the registration Mrs. A. B. Whitman. amusement which they found was not whom came before dark and awaitedthe
r Pass Christian, Miss., Dec. 26.- I to the Sentinel.Washington
' officers. Some of the subscribers have ,paid the kind they went to see. Several hour set ((7 o'clock) for distrib-
' out I Dec. 26.-Pitiful
President Wilson today mapped a stories -
r Under the new law the books are their Chief : the
subscriptions. among races had been advertised. The crowdhadn't uting gifts. of Americans ,
i: of recreation for his visit I starving were conveyed
t't bere.program required to be kept open for sixty i! these is Mr. E. F. Sperry, who subscribed paid any particular attention I The band added greatly to the festivities in the official dispatches received -

days in each precinct, and if the per two thousand dollars. One< to the distance of the races, so when giving several good selections :
: Thenation's chief executive will I j today, and the formal entry ofa
diem allowed were only two dollars a ,thousand dollars was raised by private two of the horses were finally sent II which the children and their elders !i
I :" sleep at least nine, hours each night protest from Japan against the in-
day each the total amount for Orange I subscriptions, and many of these around to the quarter mile stake and ,enjoyed while waiting to see what j tolerable
+ the quota ha had hoped to get but conditions in Mexico.
g county's twenty precincts would be ,have not been paid. started on the homo stretch it was fruit the tree bore. Baron
!: often has missed. After breakfast I Chinda called at the ,state
well above two thousand dollars for The commission has done a great assumed that they wero starting for a The electric star in the top of the
; he will motor to the Mississippi Country I department to direct the attention of
: this service. "amount of work. The grounds have race around the track-at least once. tree and many colored lights amid'the
a Club, thirteen miles away, for a United States to the unprotected
Mr. Overstreet said he was of the I been cleared, and the construction of The grand stand was reached, how- the branches (all most. kindly arranged -j,condition of
game of golf wih his physician, Dr. i his countrymen in Mex-
r. opinion that a better plan and a more j'a six foot cement walk has been started ever, and tho horses stopped and the i by tho Pierce Electric compa- j ico. has
q. Cary T. Grayson, United States navy.At Japan directed especial attention
... whatever just[ one would bo to pay so much for(i< around Lake Eola. The walk will result of the race announced before' nay) made the tree particularly at- the
of to
noon ho will dispose 'I Japanese at Juarez ana
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i:: important letters or telegrams that every name registered. The matter P;,circle the lake, and there will be al- the spectators knew that the race was tractive: while bright candy-bags, (Chihuahua.

White House will come up at tho next meeting of |most if not quite a full mile of it. Oil. The other events were equally may reach him from the i stories of anarchy and starvation -
k ft ,and after luncheon will take an automobile the board. The registration books Mayor-elect Sperry said yesterday farcical, but tho crowd had a good:t picture for the eager little folk who I of Americans and others came

ride with his family, following will be opened tho first Monday, Jan-t'that the commission had money time. Being out for enjoyment they'[were watching to see what might be ,up today from Mexico. Consul Canada -
i:' 5, and will be kept open until ( last until the it fun their share. '
,';' perhaps ly a long walk' along the uary [enough to first of the got by making of everythingthat i made a sweeping report, in whichhe

.: beach roads. The president plans to March 5. The Bryan primary law j( year, but he didn't think there was came up. The Oilando concert I Iband' Promptly a seven o'clock Bishop!( said that the farms in the whole
will probably be discussed in severalof enough left in the treasury to com- gave a ajjood concert, probably Gray was introduced and after a brief I II
spend the evenings reading. {province of Tamaulipass are being
...- While the president will do little its phases when the question of plete the walk. He said further that the best ever given bj that orJ. niza- I'talk, asked that all present unite with 'stripped, bare and that "anarchy" prevails
' registration comes before the board. the of the tion. him in tho Lord's
council
j jif policy city was saying Prayer.
.. .licial work there are at present two I outside of Tampico.FEUElt.LS .
.' things'uppermost in his mind-the selection Chairman Overstreet has recently :carried out, withhold the city ap- The tournament which had been The first gifts taken from the tree,

of members of the federal reserve returned from a trip to Philadelphia. propriation until all subscriptions had panned: t6 tak-- place at the Country I caused much amusement and will be

f:,. board provided in the new currency where he went to investigate the mat- been paid, that the commission would Club had to be abandoned en account duly appreciated by the two recipients .( LOSE FIFTYFIVEI

l'Y : law,and the writing of a special ter of prices on paving brick and the never get the money, for he didn't be- of tht disagreeable weather; and wet though unfortunately they were I]i! MEN_ TO ZAPATISTAS

. ...... address to congress on the relay delivery of same. He gathered a deal lieve that absolutely all of the subscriptions grounds. I not present to claim them at once. ,I i
I
: of information which ho thinks will Special to the Sentinel
would ever be paid. -hire:: were diantr partiesand That Mayor Reynolds was
of the to "big busi- many
tions government \'alue'lJ! I fI.mem-1, Mexico City, Dec. 26.-In a serious
Y: mess" and the trusts. Of the choice be of great the board whenit j| With the next mayor holding this auto tiles: in the aiteinoon.HUSBAND bered by "Santa Claus" was attestedby clash between the federals and Zapa-

t of members of the board which will comes to the purchase of brick for :view of the matter it is likely that a large white placard, adorned i tistas which took place at Ajusco today -
paving he roads of the county under : the city commissioners with a blue ribbon bow and bearing:
put into operation the new currency arrange : NAGGED HE!! FOR fifty-five federals were killed.
system there is little possibility that the recently authorized bond issue of very early for the payment of the CHRISTMAS PRESENT in large letters the inscription: "To :(The Zapatistas cut the wires betweenthe
$600,000. Representatives of several money into the park fund. It is I'Mayor Reynolds: Santa Claus' blue
will decide )
:: Mr. Wilson finally on any I I capital and Cuernevaca, which
,. brick concerns will be in the county hardly to be supposed that tho action |!ribbon for faithful service."
t individuals while ho is hero. Atlanta, Ga., Djr.'i.-A divorce j I II iI had been threatened by the brigand
, next month to look over the situation. of the council in this 'I The other honor '
city regard will especially conferred -
; .' When the president returns to suit is the unique aristmas present J I for several days. Fighting is reported
be binding upon the commissioners. by Santa Claus was a small :
Washington he probably will confer which Mrs. Jettie Adams filed against i near Saltillo. Federal reinforce-
K with cabinet advisers and friends regarding WILL BEGIN WORK ON 1 her husband, J. D. Adams, in tho Ful- ., whip marked "To Major-elect Sperry jmcnts l are being sent from San Lui

the personnel of the board. CITY BUILDING MONDAY : NINE LIVES LOST IN ton county superior court Wednesda)'.' : to be used on blind tigers, auto Potosi to aid in the defense at bot*
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: Those closely associated with the through her attorney, Madison Bell. speeders and other criminals. Saltillo and Monterey.
t' believe will be It is expected that work will begin A large number of gifts and bags I
president there no Among her allegations, Mrs. Adams
dominations, until the full sixty day Monday to put the city building in I! WIND AND RAIN STORMI declares that her husband has, since 'lor candy were then distributed, being :! PACKING

period allowed by law for the selec- ,repair for tho city commissioners who their marriage on November 7, 1906, : gladly welcomed by the children. i: LEADING INDUSTRYON
will take their seats Thursday, Janu- I 1 If there other children in Or- THE PACIFIC COAST
tions has about expired.The I continually nagged her for a present are i I _
president probably will make ary 1. The council chamber is to be !I I WENT DOWN WITH SIX Ei Yuletide, when she was unable to !lando who have had no Christmas I Ii
prepared for the desks of the commissioners present this Christmas, "Santa Claus"will i I Washington, Dec. 26. Just as Chicago -
. a rough draft of his anti-trust address MEN AND OTHERS DIED buy one because he did not give h-jrj i j
and enlarged by havingthe {, be glad to hear from them if I is the meat center of the MiJ-
:_ while here and later submit it FROM EXPOSURE any money. According to her attorney |
to leaders of the administration. stairway on the outside of the she told him that she thoughtthe I i j they will write to him, care of Box !l die West and East, so is San Fran
instead of the'insid at '' I cisco rapidly becoming the meat
building 432.
: Investigation into the trust situation : as Special to the Sentinel best and most appropriate pres- center -
t of what the administration regards present. This will give more room 1))I New York! Dec. 26.-Nine lives and ent for Adams would be a suit for divorce I of tho Pacific Slope.

; as a, growing desire on the down stairs in the city clerk's office! 'property amounting to millions were and directed that it be filed on HAVLIN, THEATRICAL MAGNATE !|j I During the past ten years the value .

!:. part of business men to co-operate as well as overhead, where the com-'Ilost j in a wind and rain storm that Christmas eve. INVESTS AT MIAMI i!''I of meat packing products in the

f' with the government in reorganizing missioners will hold forth. swept over the coast region about The petition further alleges that I metropolitan district of San Fran

" their companies to conform with the I New York t\01y today. the defendant has made his wife's life Cincinnati, Dec. 26.-John II. Hav- i cisco, which includes Oakland, Ala-

l V Sherman law, it is virtually certain, RATES FOR TEACHERS TO I' The greatest loss of life occurredat miserable during the past three years ,,lin Now York-Cincinnati theatrical i I meda and Berkeley, has increased
!:
J, will be dwelt ,on by tho president. KEY WEST CONVENTIONSupt. Forker river, New Jersey, where through his constant addiction to the magnate, today announced the purchase -!lM33,281f, or 130.4 per cent., according '

Those who conferred with :Mr. Wil- (two barges with six men went down, whiskey habit. I' of a business site in the center I: to a bulletin on statistics re

J .. Ion before he left Washington drew J. F. McKinnon of the county"two; men died of exposure at Tren-i of Miami, Florida, upon which he will lating to tho metropolitan distnct-
schools was yesterday engaged in erect a palatial business block the of thirteen of the largest cities in the
,
encouragement for the ultimate establishment ton, and a workman was drowned off 100,000 )IEUg IDLE I :
mailing out copies of the Florida 'ground alone costing $20,000. ( United States, soon to be issued by
,"- of an interstate trade : Sunken Meadows when a row boat ,, IN PACIFIC COAST CITIES j
'f cfcmmissicn: to comply with requests School Exponent containing informaion -, was swamped by the high waters. I Ii i I Havlip also announced the build- i{Director W. J. Harris, of the bureau

\, for information' made by business in .regard to the meeting of the New York piers and buildings along San Francisco, Dec. 26.Christmas'eve ing I of a winter home palace near Secretary -j of census, department of commerce.

eoncerns desiring. accurate details of Florida Educational association to beheld the river fronts were flooded. found 100,000 men out of work in : of State Bryan's place at JIi- t Of all the industries in the metro-
_ in Key West December 30 to politan district of San Francisco, that
: what the Sherman law permits or 'i i The newly made part of Governor'sisland the principal cities on the coast. Commenting ami.Mr.
ibits. I' January 1. The rate from Orlandofor was submerged and the walks i I Havlin stated that his extensive of packing ranks highest in point of
/ today on the robberies 1
while such a committee would not I'I the round trip is 1725. Teacherswill at Coney Island and Brighton Beach burglaries and crimes many of violence of, I investments indicated his faith value, comprising 10.1 per cent of the
'' have the option of going either :in the future of the state of Florida total. This is followed by printing
: fee eiven regulatory powers it would I'Iby I' ,were wrecked, and everywhere the de- the last fortnight, Captain Mooney, I
,. .' constitute a bureau of information Port Tampa or by Orange City ,vastation was shown in uprooted trees chief of the detective bureau, estimated both from a acommercial standpoint !I and publishing, with 7.1 per cent., and!
; I Junction. !! and future home. Havlin's invest foundries and machine shops with 6. !>
and investigation over which its ad- and wreckage of many kinds. !| 'there are 20,000 unemployed in''

ti rocatus intend the commissioner of j The full force of the gale was felt this city. "Hunger has no conscience,"i I ments amount to nearly a quarter of'per cent. Three industries-cannin:

corporations should preside. It would CALUMET. DISASTER WAS !Ion the Jersey coast, and did a million so far.CHRISTMAS and preserving and the lumber ana
i:' i great he said, "and the wave of crime is I!
RESULT OF industries
ACCIDENT bakery
t assist the courts in carrying out de- I ,damage to many resorts along the ,bound to rise higher unless the city each contribute
:, EGG-NOGG IN 3.8 per cent of the total value ,
trees of dissolution by observingwhether shore. Seabright was a plaihing'th ,provides work." I u

,;. r, such decrees' actually are put Special Calumet to the, Mich.Sentinel, Dec. 26.Prosecutting '\\; the ocean waves, bulkheads, cottages i Los Angles reported 35,000 unemployed : TEXAS DEALT BODY BLOW rict.manufactured products in the dis-

,; iito effect Attorney Anthony Lucas, who.is and other buildings being de-: and Portland and Seattle accounted -
I I
.. This is one of the phases of the conducting an investigation of the molished. for the remainder. Measures' Austin, Tex., Dec. 26.-Christmas I
rJ ,trust question which in tho light of i egg-nogg in Texas was dealt another IIUS .\ ARRESTED MIEN
disaster here Wednesday night when M II II of relief have been presented to the
recent dovelopments is considered ; blow yesterday by a ruling of the attorney WIFE'S BODY STOPS CAR
% seventy-five lives were lost by a TROOPS TO.GO IN SEARCH various state and municipal authori-

mite likely to be discussed by the stampede at a false alarm of fire ,is I O KENTUCKY KILLERS I ties. Governor Johnson, of Califor-, general's office. Homecoming -

president in his address. The president convinced that the disaster was an nia, replied to a delegation of work- travelers can not bring intoxicat- Tampa, Fla., Dec. 26.-When hit
I has told friends, ho will deliveri to the SentmeLI I : ing liquors as baggage into dry territory refused
accident, and there is no cause for a Special ing men that each city must care for car to respond to full currentat
the address immediately after the grand jury investigation. I Pineville, Ky., Dec 26.-Acting Ad- its own problems. Governor West, of because such consignments are an early hour Christmas, Motorman -
't! holidays.It jutant General J. Tandy Ellis started i' not "personal carriage," 'the only 'H. A.
Oregon horrified
declined to call a special session Strong was on
.: It is probable it will be read on HISTORIC DETROIT DEPOTIS j' tonight with a company of the national -]I' of the legislature. I(means of transportation allowed by examination, to find the mangled remains -

# January 19, about a week after the BURNED TO GROUND guard to Fourmile, where tho Hen- I law.The o a human being clogging
president has retu'rned to the Whir: :drickson bandits are supposed to be! decision was given in the case the running gear. Tho body was iden-
: hiding in mine since their FIGHT ABOUT A WOMAN of a who checked
'. House and canvassed the subject Special to the Sentinel a battle passenger a trunk tified as that of Mrs. Constantine
: thoroughly with his official family. Detroit, Mich., Dec. 26.-The old with the officers Wednesday. Hen- MAY COST MAYS LIFE I containing a "fair sized" amount of Gonzales, of Xo. 1905 Twentysecondstreet.

:. Michigan Central depot, built thirtyyears drickson has been reinforced by oth- Ij j I i liquor, which the railroad refused to The dead woman's husbandand

PRESIDENTS UNCLE DEAD ago, was destroyed by fire this 51'ers of his clan, and a battlo is immi- Waycross, Ga., Dec. 26.-Resenting j[!deliver. Their refusal was upheld by three suspects are under arrest.

Vic, afternoon. The, damage to propertyand nent. an insulting remark he is alleged to j'the opinion. I Motorman' Strong was making his

Special to the Statinek ,I records is .estimated at $300,000.I have made about a woman, two men' I last run on the owl car when he felta

4 ', Chillicotho, 0., Dec.,26-Henry W. !The fire camion the eve of openingthe THE WEATHER this afternoon attacked Julius Nunn j Tho parcels business at the Jacksonville bumping and grinding beneath as if

Woodrow, an uncle of President new million dollar depot and inflicted knife wounds that will postoffice is said to be 200 some one had placed soft objects on

,; Woodrow WilsoA, died here today I Florida: Fa;Saturday. Sunday probably kill him. One gash extends per cent. greater this year than last, the track. He brought his car to a

-J.* .after a short i iylness. lie was a prominent Come and see us for anything in increasing cloudiness and warmer; I from the shoulder to the waist. All and the ordinary mail fully 20 per full stop, and, with the aid of the

.. .:t..}., lawyer/I' our line. Curtis & O'Neal probably rain In north portion. were drinking, it is said. cent greater. conductor, made the gruesome find. I

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APOPKA ITEMS .,,' IMIMMMMtOHiMMIMMMMIiiHIMGive .MlMHMUMMMai*

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Apopka, Fla., Dec. 24. Work 01

the new hotel progresses nicely an I

before the close of the old year al 1 it by the Box fore | Montgomery's Motion GRA D

the rooms will be plastered and th e
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first days of the new year will see i ii Christmas. Picture Co's

completed and ready ty"* receiv e

guests. This is indeed an improve

ment for Apopka that is badly need

ed, as practically every available TODAYSATURDAY

place in town has been filled and still 1

the tourists continue to arrive on almost Our assorted Chocolates and Bon Bons, I

every train, and strange as il t

may seem practically every newcomer packed in Fancy Boxes, 75c. per lb., half DEC. 27th

seems surprised at our little ,

city and wonder why it is that the pound, 40c. I I

town has not grown more before now.
The answer is simple enough, when We are prepared to furnish our Purity
they understand that Apopka has Matinee Daily 3:30: -..Evenings 6:30: Continuous

Ice Cream at lowest rates to Boarding
before been advertised and thatthe
never
outside world never knew until Featuring DOC BAKER Greatest of Character Singers j
Houses Hotels and Homes.
within the past"few months that sucha private in three screaming New York successes. _
place really existed. It is no won-

der Apopka has never grown larger Call to see us and let us quote you prices. AN EXCEPTIONAL MOTION PICTURE PROGRAM

than she is, but now that people
LUIiLVS intense drama "TilE TWO COWARDS"
abroad have heard the name and fameof
Apopka they are coming to see PATHE'S splendid comedy, "LITTLE XIGIIT IARE"

and this is why we need more hotels PATHE'S scenic in colors, "DESCHUTES OANYON"

to accommodate the comers. With MAYER, 134 Orange Ave. SELIG'S heavy drama, "OUR NEIGHBORS"

two nice, commodious hotels the traveling -

public can be accommodated for EVERY DAY
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the present, but what Apopka now C lOc
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needs .is a large tourist hotel of at Day Week

least 50 guest chambers and equipped

throughout for the comfort and pleasure MAKE THE GRAND A DAILY HABIT-We have great

of the guests. That would prove D O OperaWednesday UouseF things in store-and in the coming months will exhibit -

one of the greatest money making in- the greatest films produced, featuring the world'sgreatest

vestments that could be undertaken 0- actors and actresses of the General and the

here at this time. Who will be the Night... Famous Plovers film companies.

one to make the start and erect the Coming: The best talent on the Southern stage.ontgorc.ery"s .
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hotel? A good site can be securedat y01. b December 81

very reasonable price now. _
Editor T. M. Byars made'a trip to Gaskill and Announce MacVitty (Inca I Grandtt.III'.IIIII..II..I.O.I..OIII..Q..I.CI"'lllll

Jacksonville last Friday and met his

mother, Mrs Mary Byars, of Blount The ,1111(11111.11.,11111111..
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Springs, Ala., who. accompanied him I I

home and will spend the winter in b Shepherdof

Apopka.The the For Economy and purchase -
ladies of the Civic League conducted -
a bazar at the city hail last W RIG H power of your mon-
4 Hills .REALTY & SEED
Friday afternoon and evening. The yF C"T
REAL ry Wright's" Farm
sale comprised cakes, pies, fruits, jel- Dramatized from FOR

lies, pickles, fancy work of various Harold Bell Wright's Novelby Thais Our Business ? and Garden Seeds in

kinds and odds and ends., Christmas Orlando Florida

notions, such as dolls, etc., which M .Wright&Elsbe ;Reynolds bulk. "Motto" Quantityand

were donated for the purpose. The "The most popular American Book Quality.Fresh .
proceeds, amounting to something like made into th'e most{popular American -

$50, will be placed to the credit of PI a y."|&>v...,...... _-= Farm Eggs, 40 cents dozen; Ice, 40 cents 100 pounds; Best Creamery Butter. 40

the league to be applied toward im- SAMMY AND MATT Prices SOc, 75c, $1.OOat Butt's. cents; Sweet Milk, 13 cents quart, 7 cents pint; Oranges 10 cents dozen; Limes 10 cents

_ proving the town, or perhaps used in ------------- -- dozen; Butter Milk, 10 cents quart. Chesepeak Bay Oysters, (selects) 50 cents quart, ego
erecting a public hall for entertainments -
ORANGE DAY ? WOOD, COAL AND ICE cents pint.
i and public gatherings of va-

rious kinds. What could the citizens of Orlando';' Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand's Individual Package 10 lbs. Ass't Fruits, "That Xmas Present" delivered by Express, r

. Mr. Braxton Beacham, who now has and Orange county do that would be''!Coal Yard, phone 566. 931.tf (charges prepaid) all points east of Rocky :Mountains, at your door $1.35 cash with order.
the distinction of owning the largest
more fitting and in keeping with the :
r citrus around is - ---
grove Apopka, now
name of our grand old county than to .-MIIIIIIIIMHIMilMMMIIiillMIMHIIMMitllThe
: adding thirty acres more to this
arrange and celebrate a day duringour ::1 FIRE INSURANCE
grove. He now has about one hun-
tourist season, and call it "Orange[ Carols
dred and seventy-five acres of citrus Day?" Good Old Christmas ,

fruit in bearing, and besides the thirty I -
With the Board of Trade and the
acres he is adding to it he is also are charming when playedon
city administration back of the move-
preparing eighty acres of pine land ment there could be no chance for a III!1 I 1 ?dill ll i RII II II I I I on a Kimball Piano. You ITYAti D Success.JAMSEM .
at Forest City to be set in grape- certainly should have one in
failure and it would advertise Orlando OUKTRYIMi'ROVEi7
fruit the first of the incoming house. Give yourself
year. > y your
and Orange county in a peculiarway i
When these new groves come into the pleasure of good music
as no other county in the stateis 4
bearing it will give Mr. Beachammore advertised. for the rest of your life by ,

than three hundred acres of cit- making yourself a present ofa ANDUmrlPROVE
Orange Day should be made a day II TARY
rus fruit. Knabe Piano. You can af-
of parade and celebration, and the ORLANDO
Mr. Matthew Hale and son, also ford it all right. Our prices B11CFLOP.
fair grounds would be an ideal place
that.
: sonfin-law, of Grassy Creek, Ky., for the celebration. Make it a day :f and terms insure { DA.
were visitors in Apopka last Monday Knabe Grands
of homecoming to all who have moved I Knabe
,= and Tuesday, looking for a location, Upright
t and will return again in a few days away from the good old county and "The Worlds Best Pianos." (Office in Rock Building ORANGE AVE. Opposite San Juan Hotel
provide an abundance of oranges to Kimball Player Pianos
and select their home
here doubt
,
no be given away free to the public on Kimball Upright and Grand Pianos
as they were highly pleased with ------
the day.Have.
f what they saw here.

t' Major Pickins and. wife, of Asheville with a grand the day's automobile exercises parade to open and A Number of Slightly Used { Electrically

L N. C., have arrived and will Equipped!
offer prizes to the most attractive
r. spend the winter here. They have dec.
,,
decorations. Let races and attrac- Pianos Very CheapDreimenLattner \
secured rooms with the family of H.
tions of various kinds be arranged for
t. H. Witherington. They have been
t'c
the amusement and pleasure of the I
spending their winters here for .
now crowd, and addresses from some of : .
( the 25 and their .
past years many "
the "old settlers, together with other : .
friends are always glad to welcome "
speakers of prominence, such as our
: '
them back each Co. .
. year.J. governor, congressmen and others of '
:
I Jegger and G. Abbott, both of note. I c. '\iI

Chautauqua, N. Y., have arrived tot
Such an occasion could and should : _,
spend the winter and are comfortably I be made the biggest event in the his- : Orlando, Fla.illMIIIIMIIMIIIIMIIimitlllimilHIItllltlMMi. Two.Sixty Standard Model
t domiciled in the cottage of Mr. Green' The greatest motorcycle vtlot
tory of Orange county. ever achieved. 7 H.P. Twin
Clark, on Central avenue, where they equipped with Electric Head I-iiht Electric Tail Lifht.Electric Sifnat
Will Orlando neglect this golden : Two Seta Storage<< Batteries and Corbin-Brown Rear Drive Speedomef
' have established "Bachelors' Head- er. Price$:! 0.00. See Catalog for detailed description
opportunity to advertise herself
/
quarters. throughout the.United States, or will
Major Combs, of Parkersburg, W.
4./
she take hold with a determination to MOTOCYCLES
Va., was here the first of the week to make out of this celebration a day ;,...
conduct an auction sale of colored
that will go down in history as one: iaiiii FOR
property for F. H. Davis, in the col- 1914 ,
of the great events of the county? I ILet's
ored part of town. He himself
expressed -
hear from others on this sub-'
as highly pleased with this partof 60,000 brand-new red machines will go out over the Indian
ject and give the movement start.I
a trails during the
coming the
the state and expects to return year- greatest motorcycle produc
D. W. CLARK. I I tion in the history of the industry.
".. here and invest later on. _
Apopka, Fla.
Mrs. I. I. Turner and little daughter They will flash forth fully armed with "Thirty-Eight Betterments

will spend Christmas with her I for 1914!I" Armed with powerful and beautiful Electrical

parents in Orlando. This is the first BLEASE GREATEST !I Equipment! Armed with a New Standard of Value which must

visit,of the young Miss Turner to the CONVICT PARDONER1 I completely overturn all existing ideas of motorcycle worth.

county seat. Columbia, S. C., Dec 24.-The total All standard Indian models for 1914 co&ie equipped with electric

o Miss Ada Lovell returned Sunday number of pardons and paroles granted 12 Touring Cars II head light, electric tail light, two sets high amperage storage batteries -

., night from a visit to her sister in by Gov. Cole L. Blease since he as- I electric signal, Corbin Brown rear-drive speedometer.You .

Jacksonville.Gay sumed office three years ago, reached
cannot fully realize the 1914 Indian without
a thorough study of the 1914
McLeod came home from Tal 904 when he granted two paroles anda now on road. Place your Indian Catalog. It makes plain a host of compelling Indian facts that ill motor.

lahassee :Monday to spend Christmas pardon today. cycle-interested men can consider to their real profit. Send for the 1914 Indic
with his parents, Mayor and Mrs. W. The governor issued a statement order andavoid being .dis Catalog-the most interesting volume of motorcycle literature you've ever read!!

R. McLeod.A. that he would depart from his usual I The 1914 line of Indian Motocycles consists of:

J. Lovell came home from San- custom of granting executive clem- appointed. I 4 H.P. Single Service Model.............................J200.00
ford Saturday and returned Sunday.He ency to a number on Christmas day.I 7 H.P. Twin Two-Twenty-Five, Regular Model .......... 225.00
7 H.P. Twin Two-Sixty Standard Model................. 260.00
has a fine crop'of lettuce and celery He qualified his statement by sayinghe F. G. RUSH 7 H.P. Twin Light Roadster Model...................... 260.00
there this season. probably would release a few, 7 H.P. Twin Two Speed, Regular Model................. 275.00
Here is wishing every reader of the though those paroles or pardons i 7 H.P. Twin Two Speed, Tourist Standard Model....... 300.00
7 H.P. Twin Hendee Special Model (with Electric Starter) 325.00Prices
would have Christmas
Sentinel a Merry Christmas and a no significance.I Phone 226 F.O.B.
Factory
Happy and Prosperous New Year. A white man serving a sentence,

for manslaughter was among the trio, C. R. Hilpert, Agent. Orlando, Fla.

W. T. ENTRICAN freed today.
I
Offers to Orlando the newest and bet
of workmanship in the painting and
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decorating 12-3Mm trade. Phone 636. on Cash Court Registers.street. Warman fixes 12-5-tf'em f ftl f I Read The Morning Sentinel


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!f picture speare.Stratford-on-Avon"film The on cameras"Tha and Life were the of taken Eh-ii tosc1c.*:- 1 O l O & lR I COMPANYOrlando


i. were all enacted on tae very 2rou.J
where William lived and lalorcl TIic Florida.
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film will cost when completed ::.bJl: I
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* cleaned without dust troubleof : 19061913As
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It is said that "Success comes in
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cans-failure in cant's." Are you a"caner" .

t or a "can't-er?" moving furniture ..,
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Profit in PecansIt : the old draws to a close of us wonder what
year many
looks as though the most profitable .
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The Pierce Electric Co. send an Ex.
enterprise to enter into at
present has become of the resolutions we made in the beginning of the
would be to raise pecan nuts in
Florida. Tom Mann, the Pine street perienced man. year, to open a BANK ACCOUNT. Some [have stuck by their
grocer, showed us an ordinary sized
barrel of pecans yesterday that he resolution and are now enjoying the ownership of a BANK BOOK
SEE THEM FOR TERMS
delivered in
said had cost him $43.00
with big round figures written therein, which mean so much to one
the store. That would be good big

returns from an acre of land, as it on a "RAINY DAY."
costs practically nothing to raise

them order.after But the itis grove probable is in that running the T The PIERCE[ f [ELECTRIC l[ T I L C01 Inc.

barrel of nuts above referred to were n, To you who have not realized the joy of your resolution
taken from a very small section of an
acre. We distinctly remember our through the o d year, MAKE ANOTHER, START NOW, and appreciate
CHURCH STREETHIMIMmMIMIMItllllMMMMMMMMinMHUO
boyhood days, when we gathered a
I having a BANK ACCOUNT all your own in the ORLANDO
barrel of chestnuts in the fall and I
sold them for $6. What's the use of 4 BANK & TRUST COMPANY, and we will work for our mutual
t
sitting up nights to get out a daily -
paper, or working 312 days in the .lltMMIiiHItetlllMUMItHMIMMilMlimiltlMi t benefit.
year, and occasionally on Sunday, in I I : .
a shop or store, when one can plant a
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few acres of pecans and as soon as Complete
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tkey are in full bearing, sell, fifty or .

a hundred babels: a year and live inaffluence ,. ;1.1.; M. SMITH, President. VV. M. DAVIS, vlce-Presidenf. G. E. NOLAN, Cashier.
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Fighting Booze 11111111111111.11'1'.1111.1.1.1.11..1111111111111111111111 i 11.1111111111111111.
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Jacksonville political economists .
continue to sell fighting whiskey to
\ Bungalow-New-Modern
their desperate and criminal colored

population, and then turn them loose ;i Lot covered with fine large trees full of oranges and SPECIAL FOR

to snatch purses, burglarize their ; grapefruit. Five rooms and bath. Located just off Eola r
homes and kill street car employes, Ar
policemen, deputy sheriffs, and hon Park and only a few blocks from Court House. We know ,
orable business men. of no other house in Orlando to compare with it at the Xmas
Holidays
S t i price. Terms.

The Names of Fame i
Coombs, the famous pitcher for the s

Philadelphia Athletics, has been FIVE ACRE TRACTS \ \ \ Regular $6 and $7 Pants
serious illness and \
through a reportskassself Near Lake Underhill Finest grove land and finest groves \
one-sixteenth of an inch :, in Orange County. Develop a grove on your monthly spare
shorter than he was before he was! change. PRICE $50 PER ACRE. Timber practically pays
taken ill. But that will not affect : for clearing. Made to Your Measure
the general average of baseball play- :
e-M' height because Tyrus Cobb and : (
a few other big ones have increased NO INTEREST-NO TAXES .
i. fame and self esteem until they : until you own the deed. :. \ \ / $3.50
are near-giants. In fact, it is likely : y/
that in future years the old poem will : ORLANDO REAL ESTATE CO. 1 \ /

be changed from "How big was Alex. I. Room 2. Watkins Block. I \ + _ _ _ _ _ _ _
alder, Pa, that people called him I o .
peat?" to read "How big was Tyrus {lii++++t.l taoll 'IIIIIII'llllllllllllltIIII

0 bb, Papa, that people called him : c. L. PIPXI:
great?" C Ilttt.S I a 0 I'" CI Hi !#>>t I PO t M. ( .
"'Was he so tall that he could stand
like some tall steeple high, i The AltamonteAltamonte 34 CHTJKCH_ STREET
Aid while his feet were on the

ground, his hands could touch .
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the sky?'" Springs, Florida
"'Oh no, my child, about as high as!


'Iwas as great games.not I or, his'but"Uncle the stature James greatness made, of him his I i TCW Most beautiful s8 in all Florida r"'W'MH'SL: : W NS'--i


o Nine miles from Orlando. Every com

PRINCETON SENIORS CUT fort and amusements, Golf etc. Amongthe

BEER OUT OF THEIR MENU tall pines, between two lovely lakes.

Cusine and service first-class.

Princeton development, N. J.,of Dec.the 24.-movement The latest New Goods Arriving Daily

fathered by the senior council to abol- GEO. E. BATES & SON, Proprietors
iah drinking at Princeton is the decision 1
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beer from the class dinner. .
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Fresh impetus has now been given .
tt the movement by Dean McClena- t We sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co.
lum, who announced that the univer- With Old. On With the NewIt t
shy authorities would hold to strict made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes.

account the proprietor of any drink- Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and Towels. i
Jig place in Princeton who sold liquorto I is no use to mourn over the lapses and
>> minors. ( Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from II. B. Claflin & Co.
failures of 1913. Brace up for the new year
& Co. Best place jn the city to trade.WTir .
which s only a few days ahead of you. We

; Automobile For Hire i expect it to be the largest year in our bus- t

; ; New Five Passenger '! : iness history and in order to make it so we I SLEMONSORANGE <
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i : PHONE 419HMMMIMMIIMIMIIIM are going to serve you better than ever be- .

+ fore. You" "cannot afford to overlook us when AVENUE

you are in need of Blank Books, Office Sup-
WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES
AND DO ALL KINDS OF plies fine Stationery, Musical Goods, etc. '111111111'1111111111111111111111111'111111111111111'111111 &tllltllllleIIIC" "
OPTICAL REPAIRINGDR. --
We save you money on a great many necessities
The Cathedral School '1IIQllllllttl'I III""III"'III"I"'I'I&"I "II.r

W. S. BRANCH, ; EAST CENTRAL AVENUEOrlando's I The Gem The Antiseptic

Select Boarding and I
Barber Shop
The Arcade Book and Music Store Day School For Girls I
EVERYTHING NEW AND CLEAN
Reopens Wednesday October 1.
L H. RAMSDELL i
UP-TO-DATE EQUIPMENT
and
Primary, Intermediate College
OPTOMETRIST 1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111I5c Preparatory Grades. I Congress hydraulic enameled chairs, keen-edged implements, electric
and hair dryer.
(Successor to Dr. 0. P. Likins) Also Courses in Music, Art, massage EXPERT WORKMEN

1LANDO, FLORIDA ; CRISPETTES 5c tion, Domestic Science, EIocu-1 I! Shoe-shining stand for Full line of tobaccos,
ture. ladies and gentlemen. cigars and cigarettes. I
'11111111111111111111111111IRS.j Have you tried Twelve specially trained Teachers.I I! 122 NORTH ORANGE
Individual attention. Loving care.
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Orispette 1 REV. RODERICK P. COBB, A. M., I
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IF tr'OTWILY NOT? At your at favorite dealers or at iI I II
The Crispewe Factory, 26 W. Pine Street.11E I 1 1R
Oldest Established Practice In fire totally destroyed the plant of,


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: THE DAILY THE SENTINEL'S HOLIDAYThe DANCE AT COUNTRY CLUB " " " " " " " " " "
ENJOYABLE EVENT
AN
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i South Florida Sentinel) Morning-Sentinel took its first A. Y. FULLER R. L. FOX Nice Country Home

';: MORNING AND WEEKLY holiday Christmas, and all day yesterday The event of the season for the
; JOSIAH FERRIS. Editor and Owner. the telephone was kept bas): younger set was the dance given at THE PALMS AUTO COREO J $2200
i Entered at the poetoffice at Orlando. Florida answering inquiries of subscribers the Country Club last night in honorof
i u Second CUM Mail Matter. who had failed to meive the pap>:r. Messrs. DcLaney Way, George
i SUBSCRIPTION RATES We were twice glad that we took the Patterson and Greer Mcllvaine by MOTOR CARS J 10 acres of fine citrus laid

t THE DAILY SENTINELOne holiday, for aside from the rest and their parents, Mr. and :Mrs.: S. Y.
Year ....................$5.00 enjoyment it afforded we were given Way, Mr. and Mrs. James C. Patterson -. For long life and low cost of upkeep. We also carry a ready to set out. Two acres of

Six Months ................... 2.50 evidence in large measure that the ,, and :Mr.: and :Mrs.: C. G. Mcll full stock of supplies and accessories. Have a good force which is good truck land. All

t E, Three_ Months ._... ._........... 1.25 people look for the Sentinel's daily vaine, who with Mr. and :Mrs.: B. C. i| newly fenced. New five room
visits and are disappointed when it Buxton acted as chaperons for the of competent repair men. All our work is absolutely .
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1913.
i J bungalow, all in perfect condi-
doesn't reach, them. evening. In the receiving line with
The name of the mayor of Gaines- This opportunity is taken to express tho young men were their sisters, guaranteed. >i tion. Joins one of Orange counties -

:' ville is Christopher Matheson. So appreciation for all the good :Misses: Helen Way, Jane Pattersonand I finest ro'-es. On hard road
: Florida's got a Christy of her own. things that have come to this paper :Mary: Mcllvaine. Fully fifty cou-
o during the year which is drawing to ples attended, and enjoyed the six- near town. This is a big bar-

Business at the Orlando postoffice a close. teen dances on the program to the THE PALMS AUTO CO J i gain.

showed an increase of one-third over The Morning Sentinel is less thana delightful music furnished by Miss i

the preceding Christmas season. Some: year old, jet it has grown so stead- Mary Scruggs' orchestra. The club FULLER & FOX, Proprietors. Cooper & Atha
41! growth! ily in favor that its circulation is rooms were tastefully decorated in I

o- greater than any daily paper pub- bamboo and the conventional red and t.....w i I t to II C C I e. II 0 II*<1. 1 C tit t t fi+i+f9+$4
Governor Blease has pardoned a lished in or coming into Orlando; in green decorations typical of the hol- 114 SOUTH ORANGE AVE.

man for every day he has been in office fact, it has a circulation greater than iday season. Refreshments of Neapol- I immtHMMIMMtMCI I"II"IIIIIIIIIIOlllt4otice
:
r .for the past three years. Blease all other daily papers combined that itan ice cream, cake and coffee were Orlando, Florida1253m.
rhymes with release. are read in Orlando. served. I
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This is remarkable
and
; i growth, we .
e Another distin/;ion Orlando has- are duly grateful. We hope to deserve FAKED POISON NEEDLE .,
a poet who breaks into the big maga- the continued confidence and BRINGS JOKER A SLAP to uto Oner$ ..
zines; we take ploasure in introduc- patronage of the people] by making a :
: ing Mr. Victor Starbuck. much better paper during the forth- Of a "poisoned" needle case in . . . . . , . .1. ,.

r o coming year. Tampa a story is being told. A girl, .
The filthy cigarette was the cause o who has been reading the stories in R. L. HOLLANDwill
F of several costly Christmas fires. It WHAT ABOUT THIS? the papers about poison needle cases i Supreme Auto Oil i

was the firecracker's turn, and it was in other cities, made them the topicof recover old Auto or Buggy
unfair for tho cigarette to "butt" in. At a recent meeting of the city conversation. The fellow who had your .
--o-- council there was some disagreementover to listen was bored by them. Make Back and Cush
I Tops. your : The oil that has
Honest to goodness, King Menelik's the question of sidewalks, and it Yesterday in a picture show, so the .
f dead. It was officially announcedthat was stated in defense of tho street story runs, the fellow sat next the ion Slip Covers and Auto Top, dust : stood the supreme -
he passed into the "unknown" at committee that prompt measures had girl. He pulled out a scarf pin when .
Addis Abeba, Abyssinnia, Monday, always been taken under the present she wasn't looking, and jabbed it into covers. New top or cushion work for test
December 22. chairmanship to enforce the orders of her arm. Did she faint, as other victims
tho committee-in short that all of needles did? No and at reasonable -
e 0 had poisoned carriages buggies --' THAT == -
The burden of work under the recently been dealt with alike, and without not on your thought waves. Turning
enacted tariff and currency prejudice or partiality. It is reportedto suddenly, she slapped the fellow's prices. All work and material guar- >

bills will fall upon Secretary McAdoo. the Sentinel that the present face. As both parties are fairly well
t He is one cabinet officer who seems street committee ordered sid.walkslaid known, the names are withheld. anteed by. T. M. Coppedge, TrimmerAT Good Gulf Gasoline

E to be earning his salary. on Elam street a year ago, and Tampa Tribune.
\ -o that so far no work has been done.
t The president "got by" Atlanta What explanation has the street com- PLUM PUDDING ,RECEIVED -

J' without being interviewed, althoughhe mittee to offer for this delay? DIRECT FROM: ENGLAND

: utes.stopped Atlanta there newspaper for at least men ten are min-not CITY PAYS ATTORNEYS'o Mr. Malcolm Wade and Will R. l. HOLLAND CARRIAGE[ s SHOP r i P. G. WALTON, Agt. i

as alert as they used to be. FEES IN PHILLIPS CASE Branch think they have a Christmas

I'f present that is different from any PHONES 450-269
One of Orlando's handsome homes City Clerk Boone yesterday drew that have been received in Oiiandi.

; is receiving publicity as a specimenof warrants for the payment of attor- They received yesterday direct from .
"' 111111"1"1"1"1" " I "
1r a house built of hollow tile manu- neys' fees to tho Phillips condemnation England a package containing a gen
: factured in a Georgia town. The trial which took place recentlyin uine English plum pudding, for eachof -
home is that of Mr. C. G. Wescotton circuit court. The amount of them, and mixed and baked by Mr.
on Lucerne Circle. awards for attorneys' fees were: Dr. Wade's mother. We have no idea
t 0t P. Phillips, $250; Starbuck & Star- how a plum pudding tastes that has
i t Old Santa Claus was not far wrong buck, $50; T. H. Evans, $50, and been baked in England, and do not I Our New Holiday StockOffer

when he gave Mayor-elect Sperry a Scruggs & Dickson, $50. The other know of but one sure way to find out.
t whip to use on blind tigers, auto costs of the trial will be paid also ([Our office is on Court street oppositethe
i speeders and "other criminals." by the city. This money paid out by Lucerne theater.) in great variety really desirable and useful presents for
Speeding through the streets of Orlando the city is absolutely without returnof
of all and is most popular stock in
f should bo dealt with severely any kind, since the council rescinded DEATH OF J. W. EMERSONMr. people ages a every respect

t by the authorities. its order to widen the street because of its choice selections, tiustwo.: thy values and fair
o after the verdict of
damages was J. W. Emerson, ono of the old
t \ The paragraph editor of the Times- given. The council considered the est and most respected citizens of prices. If you are asking where you can buy the best and
Union, who has such a weakness for
amount of the awards too
f"' interrogation 'point, asks this question great. Apopka, died at his home at Forest cheapest this season you will get your answer by looking
City on Thursday, December 25, and
1 t' postoffice: "Rush was hastened work in by the giving Chicago the COUNTY SCHOOL BOARDTO was buried in the Apopka cemetery through our large and superior line of attractions and com

MEET THIS MORNINGThe yesterday. The services were con-
clerks roller skates. How would that
and with others.
ducted by the Knights of Pythias, he pare qualities prices
do for department stores?" Our observation -
t county school board will meet being a charter member of Apopka
leads us to believe that
at the superintendent's office this lodge No. 76. Mr. Emerson came to
: cushioned stools on which the poor
morning at ten o'clock to Apopka thirty-five years ago, and
consider
overworked and underpaid girls could of Reasonable
Virtue Prices
T The
r sit during their few spare moments, bids for the purchase of the $50,000 since that time has conducted a gen-
bond issue, which was authorized by eral foundry and machine works. He
! would be more humane and sensible.
the freeholders of the Orlando spe- is survived by his wife and daughter,

,r It would be unwise for the poor cial tax school district November 12 Miss Grace Emerson. is never never neglected You will find it in conneCt ion with
for the construction and
f man to begin to believe that his con- equipment of
another school in Honest Goods and Genuine Me it throughout Beautiful
dition is going to be helped by the building Orlando. 5r-F.\VORITE THEATER-5c our

t r? tho passage statesmen of the talk currency about times bill. When being it Several is believed bids have the issue been will received be sold, and as Special Today! Stock, which is unexcelled in Variety and Quality

i helped by this and that legislation a whole and at a satisfactory figure. "Palace of Flames" (Itala)

f they are not talking about your con- A stupendous three-reel feature.
! dition, Mr. Wage Earner; they are BIG BUSINESS HANDLED The most thrilling picture ever
t. talking about the condition of the AT ORLANDO POSTOFFICE shown before an audience. This picture -
r. big concerns with which you have is direct from an eight weeksrun

i nothing to do; don't let them fool Sinco the beginning of the incoming at the "Broadway" theater, New T. Evans the JewelerOPPOSITE
" >ou. holiday mail it has been necessaryto York, where it played to capacity
o : employ much additional help in the houses. It is said to contain over one ,

The New York World has just exposed Orlando postoffice, six wagons having hundred more thrills than "Tigris,"
f a rank piece of newspaper fak- been used in the delivery of par I the great picture we ran last Saturday POSTOFFICE
, ery which appeared in the New York cel post matter. The gross receipts I The burning palace in the third
American. It was a picture of chil- of the Orlando office for the month of act will make every one sit up and
dren standing in water, which the December will be a third more than take notice. If you don't believe it, EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING

t, American averred wero in the act of ever' in the history of the office. It coma around today or tonight and see
being shot by Mexican federals who is said that by Saturday evening all the greatest feature photo-play ever I
R had killed their parents. The World the delayed packages will have bun !shown-barring none. r--
reproduces the same picture from the received, delivered, and the office Matinee 2 to 4:;Oo Night 6:30 to ;
New York Tribune printod more than made clean for the new year. I I Admission 5 and 10 cents. 100'' -

a year ago with the inscription, "Carib I
I Last :Iraa-s CallMILLINERY
children in bathing." It is such I

raw and inexcusable acts as this that

cause many to distrust newspaper New Studebakers are HereFour COATS AND COAT SUITS
generally

".4.' A Miami bank 0 president thinks Car Cylinder, Five Passenger Touring $32.50 to $55.00 Suits at . . . .$15.00 $22.50 to $30.00 Suits at . . . .$10.00
$1,115.Four .
:.t' ;, that a bond issuo of twenty-five mil- HONESTLY THIS IS NO JOKE-WE MEAN BUSINESS
"' lion dollars for good roads would beh Cylinder Landau.Roadster, $1,265.

a good investment for Florida and Six Cylinder, Six Passenger Touring Car, XMAS GIFTS
:' thinks the voters would approve such ;1,640.
a proposition at the polls. This bank
Ii president should go to Tallahasseeand Prices f.o.b. Orlando.All TIME. WE CAN ONLY
THE BIG CUT AT THE RIGHT QUOTE A FEW SPECIALS
submit such a proposition to the Cars fully equipped with Electric Lights and

i Florida legislature, and see what starter--and every up-to-day equipment. Come 35c. Handkerchiefs at . . . . . 25c. 65c. and 75c. values at. . . . . . 49c
would happen to it. Such a thing is around and
not feasible now for the counties ares see their All others in proportion. Neckwear in real Cluny,.Irish and Filet. Beautiful Rhine-
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solving the problem by voting bonds stone and Embossed Robes, Mesh Bags, Hand Bags, Silk Underwear, Kayser and
t' for good roads. Tho voters of these
counties would not vote for a state San Juan Garage Co. McColluin Silk Hosiery.

jssue because they would be double I If

taxing th themselves, and the voters of All Night Service
; other counties who are not
progress-
.ErO E. JV-ES
lye enough to build roads for themselves -- ::1/t.:

.. ;;' for would other naturally sections oppose of the the state issue AJAX TIRES guaranteed 5000 miles, Five The Christmas Shopping Place"
I off for
/f to have them. The county plan is the per cent cash. .

only plan that will work in Florida. I .....
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