The daily sentinel
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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 14, 1913
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1913.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 1, no. 269 (Dec. 20, 1913).
General Note: J.F. Schumann, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 4 (Feb. 14, 1913).
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Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075051
oclc - 34297092
notis - AKR3406
lccn - sn 96027192
System ID: UF00087112:00326
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Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Succeeded by: Morning sentinel

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Lida Haines, wife of CharlesD. Special to the Sentinel


cially announced tonight that the rebels -
TAX PAYERS congress from New York, died at an CONFIDENCEOSATfAGKONBRl

,Orlando sanitarium yesterday morn- had been driven from Tampicowith .

!ing at 2:30 of cardiac trouble. the loss of a thousand killed and
Mrs. Haines was 57 years of age,,
WILL MEET FEBRUARY I OPENS WITH DON and is survived by her husband. i General Arzamend, according to COUNTY MAN'S

FERRANDOUDon mother, three brothers and a sister. official announcement, pursued the NAME FORWARD

Mrs. Judson Keys, mother, and Mrs.I rebels fifteen miles with cavalry, and -

TO FRAME ANSWER TO COMMISSION Ferrandou will open the Grand S. D. Lake, sister, live at Winchester,, the route was complete. The feder- Under a two-column cut of William I DOES NOT CALL NAME OF

AND FORMULATE A theater under the management of the Mass. Two brothers, John and Fred als, it is said, were aided by well- RETARYOFSTATEBUfNFAILED
Chase the Florida Grower in
Montgomery Motion Picture company live at Hudson Falls N. Y. directed fire from the gunboats Bravo
SCHEDULE TO BE FOL. Kingsley, this week's issue makes the sugges- TO RECOGNIZE
tomorrow night. Mr. G. N. Mont- and the other brother, Mr. George and Vera Cruz.
LOWED IN ASSESSING I tion that Temple is the man for whom ALLUSIONS
received here in to
arrived yesterday and was Reports regard
lives Altamonte
gomery Kingsley, at Springs.
1 I south Florida has been casting about
busy in making the final arrangements -I I Mr. Haines has been active in rail- Admiral Fletcher's action yesterday
Tax Assessor Arthur Butt, who was I as its man to nominate as United
t1 ,for taking it over. The last road construction, and his wife was in not permitting the gunboats to I Special to the SentinelWashington
1'- probably the first tax assessor in States senator in place of Senator
performance under the managementof largely interested with him in several take part in the action for the reason Dec. 13.-Se
Florida advisability1of ,
the Duncan U. Fletcher. The Grower
to question Mr. Gray Rush was given last short lines of electric and steam rail that fire from them would imperil Root of New York in the sena
commis-I \ the about Mr. Tem-
the order of the state tax jrints following
night, and the result of the automobile ways in several states. Several years foreign property ashore, have aroused day delivered a speech dealingthe

sion to raise all assessments to their I contest was announced. Mrs Mrs. Haines elected strong resentment in government cir- ple: evils of inflation in the Demo
was president
true cash'value, is one of five ago "Now that the laws of the United
assess-I C. E. Wade was the winner, with of one of these lines, and at that cles, and there is strong reason to ic currency bill which attracted
ors who have issued a letter 1 States are such that the people them-
9,431,600 votes; Mrs. D. L. Hawleywas time held the distinction of being the .believe that an emphatic protest will close attention of the senators I
bro er assessors calling a meeting to selves can have some say in the ,
I Abe made to Washington. The commanders both sides.It .
I the next highest of railroad I
only woman president a ,
about Febru- 9lU,500'1 choice of themin .
be held in Jacksonville the a senator to represent ,
I The prize is a Ford and was the first woman in the country of gunboats at Tampico was considered the most
ary 1, to frame a reply to the com the United States senate, they are
Beginning tomorrow night at 7 to hold such have been given orders to uphold tant address thus far made on
_mission's.__._.. order.____ a position. I naturally taking a much more active
n ,'o'clock the house will be under they I Mr. and Mrs. Haines owned a' winter Mexican dignity at all hazards and measure, and at its conclusi) 0
The letter is signed by A. L. Turner interest in the selection of a man for
r (active management of Mr. Harry DeLaney -j I I home at Altamonte Springs, and'not take any orders from Fletcher, senator was warmly conm!,'
of Duval; J. F. Jaudon, of Dade; ; the place. The time for which one
Jr. The orchestra will be 'they had but recently come to spendthe even if refusal means self destruc by his associates of both part/
S. E. Sparkman, of Hillsboro; Arthur': of Florida's senators was elected will
under the direction of Mr. H. P. winter there. Mrs. Haines' tion. Senator Root made sever,
Butt, of Orange, and Chas. D. Maun- i ill-I soon expire and while he will be a '
Comely, late of the Grand theater, ness was brief; she was brought allusions to high finance that\,
The difficulties of
cy, of St Johns. candidate for re-election, there is a
Jacksonville. The star trapdrummerwho Orlando for treatment Friday. The REINFORCEMENTS FOR applied to the operations \
the commission's instruc- strong feeling in south Florida that
following I
will be with the orchestra along temains REBELS REA II TAMPICO Morse-Heinz group of financier,
'' were taken to Hudson Falls
tions set forth in detail, as follows from that of the state
are a man part
I with nearly a car load of drums and for interment, accompanied by Mr. I Vera Cruz, Dec. 13.-San Dido should be selected. In casting about j declared that the terms of the 4

: fixtures will be Mr. H. M. Frank, late Haines, and Mr. and Mrs. George Aguilar, who has been operating in istration bill would permit thjw
Tax Assessors of for available material loomsup
To the
County one man
of the Orpheum, Jacksonville. Kingsley. (I the Tuxpam oil district, is reported to tion of the currency up to an \
Florida I and above all othersin
: so big strong i
I Don Ferrandou, who will be at the I have reached Tampico with three mous aggregate.The .
Gentlemen-The tax south Florida that he catches
county as-. easily -
Grand the opening week, is one of the I thousand men to reinforce the rebels speaker warned the co

sessors of Florida were called to Tal- highest priced performers on the vaudeville RAILROAD OFFICIALS attacking the city, leaving-a thousandmen the spot-light of popular gaze. that the inflation possible under .,
November 20th and 21st
lahassee on "William Chase Temple is a Flor-
stage. He was Lew Docksta- under Maas to engage the federals administration bill would result in\z.
by invitation of the recently appointed I ida product; born in Bradford county
''der's star for a number of years, and WANT HOME IN ORLANDO at Tuxpam. w loss of confidence by Europe in 1 t
state tax commission, for the pur- fifty years ago. While a young man
has been the headliner at the Imperial soundness of the American finan
pose of discussing the'present tax he went North and became one of the
theater in Jacksonville for two EXPERTS DECLARE system. He pointed out that ja.l
system in Florida, and to suggest to steel kings of the country, retiring to _
the tax commission any plan for perfecting ,seasons. THINK THIS PLACE MOST AT- his native state to become a citrus past emergency came the
(\ 11 I "We are putting out a young for- government itself came to the reliefof
or bettering the same. All'here TRACTIVE IN ALL TilE fruit grower and a leader among the
,: tune to give the people of Orlando Florence, Italy, Dec. 13.-The authenticity commerce, and issued its own
unanimous the folloingLinh
on of Florida."Mr. .
'I(the same attractions that Jacksonville STATE of the "Mona Lisa" found I growers bonds to supply the needed gold.
? work for
IT" is getting," said Mr. I yesterday in possession of Vincenzo Temple's co-opera-I That, he said, couldn't be done under

iFirst Florida has most excellent'I ery last night, "and I hope Montgom-\\ After a ride around town }, Perugia was confirmed by experts tion is too recent to need any r,en- the pending bill.Expressing .

m la",s. I Charles ester-I tion here. His methods while a: the
day, Barham, of
I will appreciate it. We want to seethe after further examination today. The the view that men ,who
Second-Values in the various I
general freight agent of the N. C. & bears the seals of the Louvre head of the Florida Citrus Exchangewere
.. well Grand'packed every night, and picture are to be appointed under the bill, as,
; ouniies are fairly equalized as I we are going to do our part to have St. L, and J. A. Sams, of Atlanta,I:and other galleries in which it has such as to make him some enemies members of the federal reserve boar

f Third-Each real and personal property. I it so. We have shown our faith in I division freight agent for the same I i been hung, while the traces of repairs outside of the exchange ranfcs, should be of the highest charactei

county assessor was road, said they had seen no town in at the back of the also but even those who were not jn sympathy -
the town by getting the best that can I I canvas Senator Root referred briefly to t.
the that his individual
of opinion
with him in his campaign for
be had. The Grand is the Florida which so appealed to them [are visible.
its fair share of one of i I part played by Secretary Bryanthe
'\te unty taxes was but have prettiest houses in the state, and it and they wanted a home here. They 1 I The prisoner was again interro- co-operation admire the fearless en- construction of section sixteen'

most assessors ought to have the best attractions and :were shown over the town by Mr. gated by the police authorities this ergy of the man; the splendid powerof the measure, without mentioning hi
)idea that other counties not I I
were it ought to be filled to capacity every I John A. Abberger, commercial agentof morning. He repeated his story of his brain and personality, and name, however, and declared that the:
.oing so.FourthAll the line and Mr. Lawrence Gen- there would be few, if any, but what II
night; the people are here, and they having picture as an act members of the board would undoubt-'
agreed that low mill- I I
would admit
that he would be a force
and want to be entertained. Now let's tile.The of patriotic vengeance for Napoleon'sdepredations I edly be approved by that authority,
high valuations would I
age no I for the right as he saw it if electedto
officials of "N. C.
doubt be best for Florida. see what they are going to do." were just in Italy. He displayedthe and would be "under the sane domi-
s a place in the senate.
completing a tour of the citrus fruit utmost indignation at his treac-
There will be no matinee tomorrow nating, commanding and irresistible
Fifth-Thirty-two assessors at this I but beginning Tuesday the belt of the state. They left their pri- ment by the police, declaring it un- "Temple, the fighter, is a man who influence." t
convention voted for resolution to
a ,Grand will be, day from vate car in Jacksonville, and have just after the risks he had run and goes after what he believes to be
open every
the next legislature endorsing the
i been traveling after the manner of the abnegation he had demonstratedout right, regardless of any personal con-
I of state and 3 o'clock in the afternoon until 10 MENDELSSOHN CLUB WILL
separation taxes
county ordinary folk since entering the of patriotic sentiment.A sequences to himself. Temple, the ,
e., that the state derive its reve-+o'clock in the evening, with a con- GO TO DELANO TOMORROWThe
tinuous performance. state, and have covered all the impor- number of prominent Italians friend, is a kindly, courteous, fasci-
ue from all the taxes to be derived
tant citrus shipping centers in Flor- have written to the Italian ministerof nating man, with a wonderful fund I Mendelssohn
Club will
rom the general tax on railroads,I go to
ida. What they had to say about the public instruction requesting him of knowledge and ready wit. Temple, DeLand
ing stock, telegraph and telephone HEAVY INVESTMENT IN the man, is broad-gauged, wide as to give a concert
attractiveness of Orlando is not to be to permit "Mona Lisa" to be placedon there
Monday evening for the benefitof
y' parlor and sleeping cars, and
the world
nt the
: up to minute, CO-horse-
lightly appraised. exhibition in Florence its former
; the athletic fund of Stetson uni-
fie ripjii counts derive their
: revenue -
MAYTOWN REAL ESTATE home, before returning it to the power, equipped with a selfstarterand versity.
from all the taxes collected on all the modern improvements.Given .

the real and personal property in WORKING TO MAKE OSCEOLA French government the opportunity and six 'ears'time The Mendelssohns will travel ia
each 1 COUNTY EXHIBIT SUCCESS special car to and from DeL&u
respective county.
Temple would be a leader and accoctd's \
t This separation would enable each LEE MILLER OF ORLANDO SEES GRADY GIVEN FIVE' YEARS S They TW))) leave Orlando at one o'clock',

county to assess at actual value its BIG FUTURE FOR THAT Kissimmee, Dec. .-H. E. Swat -, CXV 11...D"SLll.'GCC<<' S L\\\\ g'in: tomorrow afternoon, and will returnat

real and personal property and enable L\t'E & has wen appointed by President three o'clock Tuesday morning

Triplett of the board of trade to Isaiah Grady, whose trial for the
said to tevy } and
county a ow miflage,
third murder of his wife consumed nearly AVERAGE OF TEN CARS
as this would really mean "home make the member of the com- MENDELSSOHN CLUB
Returning from Jacksonville, where "an exhibit of Os- I all the time of the circuit court this
rule mittee to arrange All members and friends
for a county could raise muchor go
he closed
little revenue for county purposes I just a purchase of ten thousand ceola county products at the midwinter week, was sentenced to five years in ORANGES EVERY DAY DeLand on Monday are request,
of land
acres at Maytown, Lee
F as it;might see fit, and as all the Miller, of Orlando, is enthusiasticover fair to be held in Orlando in i the state convict camps by Judge. |I be at the depot at one o'clock, ar

k revenue derived would be spent in the the February. Perkins yesterday afternoon. those having copies of the music at

county levying the tax, values could which prospects the branch of growth of the Chairman E. L., Lesley of the county The jury reported a verdict of man- BUSIEST PACKING HOUSE IN urgently requested to hand them
place by of the Flor-
be made actual and millage made low. ida East Coast railroad to Okeecho- I commissioners; and Dr. T. M. Rivers slaughter at 9:30 yesterday morning, FLORIDA IS THAT OF Mr. F. II. Williams, who will be i

-The state will, within a bee is to be known. i chairman of the finance committee and Judge John M. Cheney, of counselfor sponsible for their reaching destif
e physical valuations of 1 I of the city council, are the other the defendant, gave notice of a tion.
o Maytown is to be incorporated and the and motion for a new trial, but the motion -
members, representing city ,
Florida (as this is the shops of the road for this division I
I 'vJe United States gov. will be located there. This I county, and work has been started to I was later withdrawn.The The busiest place in Orlando and BISHOP ATKINS TO PREACH
'this class of prepare the most elaborate display court proceeded with the civil: the busiest packing house in Florida AT GRAND THEATER TODA\*
I property that a large crew of workmen,_ ,_ will_____ - ---
be assessed at its nnn that will be provided by any county docket after disposing of the Gradycase. according to the reports of those who Bishop James Atkins ,of
make their homes Waynes-
at that and
place at the fair. It is likely that it will requireall thoroughly familiar with such
represented are
luation by the statew ville, N. C. will
that an impetus will be given to the preach at the Grand
jd> millage would be value of the land. The members of the committee be- of next week to finish the busi. places, is the packing house of A. J. theater at eleven o'clock this morn-

roads would no doubt lieve Osceola county excels any other ness before the court. ing, filling the of
Surveyors are at work locating the Nye.Ninety pulpit Rev. Dr. J. E "
county in south Florida, and will en- I men are working there, and
/toy taxes than who is
more lines, and Maytown will soon become Wray, absent attending con-
deavor to prove their claims to the ADVANCED RATES ON after looking on the rapidity and
aying, but each rail- a busy place.FLORIDA'S ference at Tallahassee. At the even-
visitors at the fair in February. TOMATOES SUSPENDED thoroughness of the work .
the i they are
mill- service 0
_ I laying same I ing Rev. Dr. J. F. McKinnon

al physical valuationy METHODISTS I Washington, Dec. 13.-Advances in doing it is not hard to believe that will preach.

\\ assessed, so all rail- OPPOSE CARNEGIE GIFT POSSES SEEK ROBBERS the freight. rates on tomatoes in car the average output for the past week

da would pay the same WHO LOOTED EXPRESSNew loads, ranging from 212to 91-2 has" been between eight and ten cars The Small Boy-"Papa, what are

ton a true physical val- Tallahassee, Fla., Dec. 13.-Resolutions Orleans, La., Dec. 13.Posserthis cents a hundred pounds, from pro- of oranges a day. To sort, wash, all the red and green packages that

lucing points in Florida to destina- pack and ship some three thousand
indorsing the action of the morning were searching the people are carrying around the

By adopting this plan the bishops in refusing the offer of one woods and swamps near Harahan, ter I tion west of the Mississippi river I boxes of oranges every day isno streets? I see them all over town."

Aunties of Florida would beed million dollars made by Andrew Car- miles up the river, for. the robber 'ere suspended today until April 14 child's task. It requires systematicand The Father-"Red and green are

ao's they would know that negie to Vanderbilt university, were who looted an outgoing Southern Pa by the Interstate Commerce Commis- intelligent work. The Nye pack- the Christmas colors, my son, and all

were 'nq log to the state passed at yesterday's session of the cific express car last night of two sion.. ing house is a hive of industry, am of those packages contain pretty '

than any, ner county, and that Florida conference of .Methodist packages of currency said to contair. I the system seems to be about perfect. Christmas gifts that ha pur-

t1.ould have the total 1, church, in session here. This follows $ ,OOO. THE WEATHER It is likely that the great rush will :hased at Branch's Book;

11 real and personal prop, similar action by the Alabama, Georgia L. C. Lord, the express messenge Florida: Fair in peninsular, prob- be over in a few days. Much of the 4rcade building on P;

its revenue from foi' Western North Carolina and. beaten up by the robber, is' recover- ably rain in northwest, Sunday and i fruit shipped during the past week must go therefore a?

nued on last ) conferences. in tr r been on o; r om'l
page. many over t ing a hospital ere. Monday nr .,p;: w go.

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- - SALE EVERYTHING NEW for Xmas al I. . . . . MMM . . MMIillMIMntMliltMHMMMNew
TO-BE Order grapefruit' and orange tree: bath and the Evans Parlors, No. 100 North

IES HIS BEDS1U1 tow W. II. lirokaw, salesman. sleeping Five-room porch.bungalow 506 ,Lexington with St., Main. Phone 125. 1-26-ti Goods Arriving Daily. Latest

2-2-tf Concord Park. Lot 67x230 feet. LOST-A French poodle dog,answers,

[Dec. 11.-After i a 1211mo. to the name of Chance. Reward il Patterns in

-kana, Tex., to be WILL GIVE: YOU A DOLLAR returned to No. 9 E. Livingston Ave.
if bottle Davis Hair Rem FOR RENT 12-7-tf
arles M Stewart, Jack one

Miss Josie Arn edy doesn't cure dandruff or any in Florid ,WANTED-An experienced housekeeper Dress Goods
SALE-Anthing Ladies
Estes Pharmacy sells; FOR with good recommendationswants ,
few disease.
yesterday a calp Real Estate. Orange County Realtj!
562 "House
Phone : ,
129tlPEOPLE'S a position.
fiance's death and it. 11-12-ln Childen'sMuslin
Company. 14-lt Men \Women
: ceeper. ,
carry out the ceremony. !I EIGHT-ROOM I furnished house; gas LOST-Pointer dog, liver and white,,
ents had been made for I and electric lights. 205 E. Robinsor name on collar "Butt, Orlando." and Knit Underwear

immediately upon her WANTSaUBCOMAHERS venue, on Lake Eola. 12-14-41_ Reward for return. Arthur Butt.l2103t .

vt Wben a. clerk from the I FOR RENT-Furnished rooms, with I

office reached 3) r 2 << ,LS tec&ceaces A&2 hortlavenue ; Xmas School Suits
toa rith the necessary )1()" l1'1gl? 1.:1] : ; Dl\t wo c at de E1J' PalDls ,'
toot Wanted for Sale? 1'0)1
weak to answer ques- Notk t fur block nor a r
too Rent. etc.. for thy column See for one FOR RENT-Seven room house, one 1126tfIVANTED
Shortly afterward he lapsed liOe for three days, or U.W lot one week for I I nished. Apply 502 South Lake St.24tf .I II J 125. --. -- --
nsciousness and died within %the i words advertisement or lees. far Money this must column accompany, as no 1 I -- -Metal workers and helper -\ McCULLOCH'SDEPARTMENT

orrtioni win be made on credit. FOR pleasant, comfortable rooms, in wanted. Orlando Roofing and
- housekeeping, see Art Metal Works. 12123tLOSTA
new house, light
IY ONE THING WRONG FOR SALE I Urs. Johnson, Yowell's store. Prest-o-lite lamp, on road STORENext i
r:2-14-lw: from Orlando to Kissimmee. Re-

FOR SALE-A good horse. Gus C. FOR .RENT-Furnished room, with urn to San Juan Garage, Orlando, '
hall P. Wilder is responsible Schultz, Formosa, Fla. 122.1m electric lights, bath1; blocks from and receive reward. 12-3t: I
| which he says was told for auto. 7 W.
ense effect by Lionel Broughn FOR SALE-House and lot; also lotson tostoffice Robinson;avenue yard room, city. 12-14-3t DEFINED working WOMAN housekeeper:\ wishes, or positionas would] Door to Evan's Jewelry Store : .
and -
Amelia avenue -- -
who was very sick, and Broadway, --- -- with of invalid. Al'dress -
Mrs. Norman Rob- ''OR RENT-New 5-room bungalow be pleased care
I doctor told him that he had to nmmerlin street. 1127lmFOR close in $25. Call at corner of! Mrs.:\ E. W. McEachin, Arlin .II"li..I..J..11111'1'.t..I. . .
301 Concord avenue. ; ..
inson; Fla. lMO-3t/)
his mode of living, and pre- Amelia and Trenton streets. I ton House, Orlando,

"going to bed early, eating SALE-A large bungalow and house, tenI I FINE SPORT FISHING at Oakland. " '
Price FOR RENT-Furnished boats and fish boat " "
oast.beef, drinking beef tea, a j js I lot on North Orange avenue. and sleeping porch; centra; Fla. Motor ;
reasonable. Address or call on Rolla rooms for rent by Paul Rhodey. Phone orders :
rest at some quiet wateringand Reel at the Steam Laundry. 11.19tfFOR ly located; suitable for either one F. G. Rus "
Address Chill
families. the
( just j one cigar a day. A will exchange for two 11-26- 11-20-lm._ : Kill
SALE-Or City.
later the invalid met the doc- Xmas at j
!I real estate, 2-cylinder opposed, 25- with or without Artistic photographs
d the latter complimented him horse auto, with top, lamps, new FOR large, cool the Evans Parlors, No. 100 N. Mail : :
I I board; newly furnished; 11-15-1 cold win
Improved appearance. gears, and 4 good tires; engine would verandas; all conveniences; nothing Phone 25. All indications point toward a

b, doctor," said the patient, "I make fine boat motor if desired. Ad- better in Florida. Terms reasonabl :
Motor care Sentinel. d&w-lt 12.7-6t( WANTED-Position as dairyman; this and the best to be com- ;
roast dress street. ter
I to bed early, more 401 several years' experience; by married year

(spent a month in the country, FOR SALE-Anything in Florida man. Call on or address L. 1 H. : and evenings ,;
ok great care of myself; but,I Real Estate. Orange County Realty ROOM:\ in private home for rent; 40 Jarrett, 205 West Pine St. ll-2D-t fortable on cold mornings
11-12-lm farm for sale, 2 1.2 miles out;
one cigar a day nearly killed me,I Company. house acre and two lots for sale. See DWeller WANTED-A man of experience desires or during the day in your office is to have a .

had never smoked before." mo at 311 North Orange avenui position as bookkeeper or office -
FOR SALE-New, inexpensive work of kind; can operate the
ern two-story house; five room, 12-11.1w any Address, -, care s oSentind. GAS HEATER !!
NOW IS THE TIME I bath and sleeping porch. Apply 201( FOR RENT-New furnished rooms;i in typewriter.. 14- REZNOR

ave you begun your Christmas America street. 11-19-1 new modern home; very! coveuierce -
SALE-At a bargain, fine, almost kitchenette if desired; reason WANTED-A driving and workhorse
haven't read FOR
If : ;
( ? and
ping yet you economical
Sentinel new upright piano; owner< able. 14 E. Amelia avenue, next door one that lady can handle preferred They are cheap to buy very
advertisements in the leaving town and must sell; also otl to the \V .oming. 12-13-1\ ; must be worth the money i in
learn where to go. The mei. er household goods. 416 E. Church every respect. Address or inquir 3 to 6 cents an hour, according to the
'have the nicest display c of ,street. 12.7-6t( FOR RENT-Well furnished roomin'modern ':, I Formosa postoffice. W. H. Graesei '
: home, near in' eiectr...: cleanest and most con-
as presents ever brought tflano 1 to I I 12-14-31 size-and are the
water larg
hot and ;
FOR SALE-Five or ten acre tract< lights, ,
o, and this year if you can not.I one-half mile outside of city limit; Front room with fireplace. 114 East; WANTED-By gentleman of good< venient heating made. No wood, ashes or
what you want you will be bard cleared fenced and improved. Addres Jackson St. 12-13-3 character, to form the acquaintance

please.Do "Owner," this office. 12-10-21 furnished rooms i in of a nice, respectable lady, between turn the valve and strikea
FOR RENT-New he ages of 25 and 35; object matrimony oil to carry just
| your Christmas shopping now OR TRADE-Splendi* new modern home; every conven if suited. Address F. R., can
you win save yourself and thetchanta FOR trucking SALE proposition on East Coast, ence; kitchenette if desired; reason Sentinel. 12-14-6)) match.
doorto : -
E. Amelia avenue, next -
ible. 14
that annoyance that ale .18 miles south of Palm Beach. A 121.tfFOR : ARTISTIC Photography for Xmas
ays follows the rush at the las; : bargain for cash. Also ten acres c of the Wyoming. now. The Evans Parlors, one bled :
I IYH highest Everglades land, near Lake RENT-Furnished cottage, six north of Court house. Phone 125.126tf .
meat Okeecho e. Box 136, Orlando, FLL211.4t and bath; Lake Eola. Apply;
,heed not go or send awa;; :1217 rooms E. Robinson avenue, Mrs. M. Eegwin. WATER & LIGHT T C m.

Dm home as the merchants have 1 SALE New residence, 409 Anderson ; 12-9-3 WHY PAY exorbitant rent or board I? ORNOO
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A CHRISTMAS mas. to a.woman. love is a necessity > ::Yf'Q4pCK.Jr: : 4iy

That tight! in the middle of the

darkest hour. Ruth sat up straight in I Spot's FriBy
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bedShe was absolutely sure that the

elephoue bell over her desk had just -

rung. All was still, so. after a minute v' ,! +{ p ..hV.
E. '
ALLEN. of waiting, she lay down again, .:. ELDON SPEAKE

laughing; !o herself Tbe telephonead ;,. (Copyright 1313, by American Pr

Copyright. 1313. by American Press Asso been so busy all day bringing her elation

_'- ciation. messages that she bad heard it in her 1 J 4,. I

d reams It could not really have rung; j
After a little she drowsed off onlyto .' EAR Mr Santa I don't know yj
seemed to Ruth as she flew for hear its shrill jingle again and ,y ,I ill) And maybe it's lust as weL

IT the dozentb time to her telephone gain.; It no longer wakened her. But I f For for hem's me you never done -not.

that dreary afternoon of the day In her dream she went to the telephone i i I ain't quite so 'frail to tellWhat

before Christmas that she had took down the receiver and lisened. o.. it is that I'd like to have you
friends in the grim old city of which t Out of the darkness and distance J ''. ...... \ I Just as quickly as ever you can.

the hud never known until then-true a voice spoke-Jack's voice. .... ; c' *4rg 1 j And If 1 maybe ever grow some up day to a I can man pay you
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friends, even if they were bumble and Merry Christmas" was its only mes- ire; sr r ;cly. I
too poor to do more than telephone s age. But so strong; and clear were I A dog catcher came here last week j

tteir good wishes the words that when Ruth finally !:" :'. I My took
puppy away somewhere
This special was from awoke to a sunny Christmas morning ,
message r And I am so lame that I can't go lee
Ruth's proprietor. Could be call that ; she still tingled; to their memory Y Nir, 7 And get him away from there

evening? Ruth's "Of course not Mr Perhaps when one first awakes the And even if I could go where be's at |

Xlayne., was firm Could be take her heart has more control over one than I haven't no dollar to pay
if you will kindly advance me thj
out then-a dinner somewhere the the head. Anyhow when Ruth sat up I y f ., I'll try and return it some da
theater? Just this once for Christ and looked out of her window at the flftiPk

mas'sake? Ruth's refusals as trans already busy streets far below her. her + v

milled by the telephone were all firm heart was doing the talking.; .
and relentless Rut as she came away "Jack is waiting for you-somewhere ,1:" )

and sat down in her chair by the win ," it said. "And be belongs to ; :. ,,' -" '
dow her eyes were wistful."It you Why not claim your own?" Jt .{. I' ..-.. .' .,
will\ never do for tbe proprietor After a minute Ruth's heart spoke : :: I ":' l :*
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to call upon his stenographer.; she again:, "What if you are poor? WhatIf 0'I! : ; tx' .+ .. t '
said with a sorry little smile. "To be he is not rich? Can't two work together : f. :' ; ;.,>; : tj

core. there was a tlme"-wbt.'n be waver better than apart? Why not ::: ;

father's clerk-"but times have rive Jack a Christmas gift? Tbe only 'f l

changed." one he wants?" :
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ere when memories no matter how argue with her heart As soon as she t t.Ofi I I

well behaved at other times and seasons was dressed she was at the telephone I ........... 1Pt; J

will walk abroad; perhaps because giving; Jack's business number. After ::....r ; ;'
other things-such as love, joy. she had waited what seemed a long, I ...:.... >>to i' .#....,

peace and good will-were thronging: l ong time her bead did remind her. r i.v.: xk fn .< ...'<'i.f! ,:, ,' I j"a
"Why, of she said ; i,?' /. '): ;,.J
heaven and earth below; perhaps only course slowly, s, >*.: '$ . U; ",. ""- .
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"be will be She I &ijJl > .tM'f )-
up country today. -
because Ruth was tired and perplex Y. rf .ft :
was just about to hang up the receiver. I ; sI s" 1g il\\

"Wait a minute," cried her heart.

Hearts do know things, especially at $d.y' ? '.
\-.. Christmas.: And then"Hellor F "HPOT-T .AT'S HIS NAME."

,t said a big hearty voice out '
, GNT You know, my papa he went and died
of tbe distance. rs And left Just my mamma and me
"Oh. Jack' cried Ruth. "Is it you. And Spot-that's his name-and we
, and cried.
really you threeAnd
For we missed him a lot
"Yes Ruth. said the voice "Who
r mamma she works, and we got a*
else? You wanted"- 11 rr. e And Spot be stayed home with me

To-wish you a merry Christmas And never went out. for I'm not we'
Jack." Ruth faltered. strong
: And I have to have some one you see.
( sp fA { Thanks. That all? ,- JS'fIfAt 1i

"Yes" said Ruth, listening to. her The dog man that took him away he said!

head. Then: "No-not quite. I-I want- He'd keep him ten days In the pound.
And after that time poor Spot'll be dead-
ed to bear your voice: that's all""Is
And. three days from now Spot'll be
itr asked the voice Ruth wanted drowned. .

to hear. So please Mr. Santa If you eZn EiaintA

"You' see. Jack," Ruth hurried on, "i dollar to set Spot free.
Please take It and give to the was
dreamed about you last night I-I there

thought you called me up. and-and it And send home my puppy to me.
was only a dream." -
j "I came so near it." said the voice "Goodby, Jack dear cried Ruth. ************************ir* And please Mr. Santa. If you haven't sot,
I CHRISTMAS IN MEXICO No dollar to spend that way,
"that I stood here by phone for an But there was no answer '
my I wish
i that at least you would go sea
hour But it was late, and-well. Ruth, The next minute she again took down : Quotations to Go I A RELIGIOUS FESTIVAL Spot

I wanted you to call me up this time." the receiver I And tell him we'll meet some day.
f "Get mill again quick she said. And If you don't mind that he's not rery
You're not in the country? ; : With Christmas Gifts r clean.
'llellor said Jack's voice.
'Not yet We tonight"We celebrations in Mexico
go And if there's nobody to see
/ ?" "Is that you Jack?" .. .. .. ... ...+ CHRISTMAS from ours and usually I wish you'd Just kinda-he'll know what

ti. 'Mother and I. She's spending partof "Of course. Something; you forgot last for several days. UngLt you mean-
PRETTY and original touch may Just give him a pat for me.
': HE BEFCSAtS WERE FIRM AJTD EXTENTLESS. Christmas In the city. But we miss A lanterns suspended in the air proclaim
be given a Christmas gift by accompanying
t: the snow and the slelghbells and the "No; I didn't forget I wouldn't say |' the glad tidings of tbe holidays, and

l' ed and lonely-whatever the reason- home folks." it but I must Don't look at me Jack. ; it with a dainty card I i eVery Mexican Jacal. no matter bow HOW TO SPEND CHRISTMAS.
on which are written the recipient'snamt
;1. sitting there In her little window, "It sounds lovely" cried Ruth. "and I bumble puts out its beacon to light the -
and some apt quotation of {
i' looking down upon the street with It so Christmasy. Give your mother my an | steps of the Saviour should be l perchance Forget Yourself For the Day and Tryto
appropriate nature. A few selected ,
:.' throng of gay good natured shoppers lore Jack and wish her tbe merriest appear. The story of the birth Make Others Happy
t suitable for different
Ruth did what she bad sternly forbid Christmas." gifts of the Redeemer is annually portrayedin DAY off, a few remembrances
be of Interest
den herself to do-she went back ove "She'll be glad to hear from you. rc may all Mexican towns and in a symbolic from relatives and friends and

the years which had made such change; L; For a postal card album: language which tbe most Ignorant A a good dinner-is that all that

in her life. There was her father! ; ..'" } and.Kind-Longfellow messages .that pass from land to can readily understand.The Christmas means to you? Surely

business disgrace, the loss of everything ,; ;: :; performance Is given by fifteen you are going to make it an
I followed by bis death. Thecame iS J I For a set of books by a well known players, consisting of Joseph and Maryand occasion for more than usual re-
her own beginning in busines j: ) : the infant Jesus, two archangels joicing this year, a real old fash- .

IB spite of herself. Uutb smiled to think I from The its chief authors.-Dr.glory of every Johnson.people artses Lucifer and three of his minions anda toned( Christmas. Surely you are '

what her old friends would sa number of shepherds. The costumes going to be more liberal In spirit
For a small afternoon tea caddy
uld they Know what a capable littlwomanjojgnjssity e are adapted to the Mexican conceptionof than ever before and scatter mere
Tea. thou soft thou sober, and
's 'ines had made o5ter If sage ven- tbe characters and are novel in t6 riment on all sides. Have you '
'-! t, erable liquid.-Colley Cibber.
&iU e6f"one bf them all knew Fa ., For a useful purse: extreme All of the costumes are got been a little selfish have you devoted

where she was. Not one had traced up tastefully and while a strict conformance so much time to enjoying
: The best friends are in the purse.German -
her to this great city-that Is. except : Proverb with the requirements of the yourself that you have forgotten

Jack Jack? As soon as Ruth admitted Happy the man who. void of cares and first century might rob Joseph of bis other folks?

that name into her thoughts, I i t strife.In sombrero still it is doubtful if the Those you have forgotten are

dominated all else It brought back its "ITE BEEN HEADY, ALWAYS JACK." silken or In leathern purse retainsA lesson which it is desired to instill l In good folks, aren't they the best, .

in\istent--one of splendid shilling. the minds of tbe people would De folks in
owner-strong:, manly, f as the world? And you are
the won't-take-no-for-an-answer kind but listen. I'm listening to my heart -John Philips. effective if all tbe minor details of the just going to show them bow appreciative

Ruth found herself wondering-almos now. There is something I want With a pack of cards early Jewish fashions were followed. you are. You don't
Jack." The cards beat all the players be they
-that Jack had taken her no as final "Yes" never so sklllful.Emersun.With The scene of tbe play opens near like this modern way of turning

Apparently he had. It had surely bee Bethlehem where tbe shepherds are : : lear old Christmas Into an o('va-
a* strung; as she could make it And "It's a big something. Guess. No; a pair of gloves: tending their Cocks, by a host of angels : : sion for trading and exchanging
don't Oh, that I glove that band!
guess. Wait It's you. Ruth were a upon
he had gone away-and bad not co -Romeo and Juliet appearing and telling them of tbe birth gifts. You are going to see all ,
back. With the many friends who mea bung up the receiver and ran to the With silver handglass of tbe Saviour and inviting them to fol tbe friends you can on that day !
chair by tbe window the other :
rung op to ask bow she was and to low to where be lies. They follow the and shake hands with as many;
side of the room. The heart like a mirror should reflect
aay "Merry Christmas" there bad bee all objects without being sullied by any star which leads them to the stable, in pat them on the bark and tell
It was not quite a minute when the .
n. Jack-Jack of the strong; face, th -Confucius tbe manger of which the Infant restsin them bow glad you are to be with 411

I heart the tender eyes and voice telephone bell rang shrilly. With a "tear off" calendar: tbe arms of Mary and Joseph. Whilerejoid them. And to those you cannot
vc "Is this Miss llazen said the
now had she ever let him go? voite operator's The longest day must have an end.- Lucifer, armed with two see you are going to write cheery,

"Some time you will want me. Rat i Italian ProxerbA swords appears and attempts to destroy warm hearted letters and tell
he bad said. Above the rush and h'"r SITTING IS UEB LITTLE: WINDOW.Ruth "Yes, said Ruth Christmas gift of a ring for a fian- the child Jesus, but I* repulsedby them you want to bear from

of the great city Ruth beard the word : we've been talking of you. Anything "Menage! wasn't finishedwait""ilellor' ee or wife: two angels, who keep watch over them oftener. Isn't that how you
came Jack's voice,
again just as she tad heard them every else?" : ; So let our love him. Not to be outdone Lucifer summons : feel about the greatest of all
strong vibrant with happiness. "That
day and every night since Jac "No""Sure As endless prove three arcbdemons, who fight with : birthdays?
ituthT'"Yes. And forever.
you pure as gold
kad gone away. "1 could urge; you now, dear?" ." -Robert Herrick. the angels for the course of half an

but 1 want you of your own free wil Ruth's eyes were so full of tears that "Coming." said the voice "mother For tha last baby: hour resulting in the final overthrow PLUM PUDDING AND MINCE

dear. And you will come some day, as she said afterward, she couldn't see and I, to take you state with us. Much Is she ,,worth and even more is of tbe evil one and his emissaries and

1 do DOt even need to ask a promiseIkJWw. to.talk Can you be ready in up an hour?" made of herW EL Henley. the placing; of the feet of the angels PIE CHRISTMAS NECESSARIES

What is ours does come to us, "Sure dear?" asked the voice again "Yes." said Ruth. "I've been ready With an umbrella: upon their necks.

if we wait I can wait" "That's all" she said bravely, "only always.) Jack The year, most part deformed with drip Then the shepherds break out into ...
rains.-Cow rejoicing and. while of them Plum pudding and mince minor
That was three years ago. At firs ;are you \\"fm" What came next must! have surprisedeven ping per a portion pie are

... Ruth had half expected his retu rut "Perfectly. And you?" that long suffering, much enduring With a cookbook: sing the praises of the Redeemer who but necessary accompaniments of

But be never came. And be never sent "Oh. yes: Wasn't it strange I beard ; wire Sure it is that Ruth's cheeks The taste of the kitchen.is better than is born unto them, others chant inharmonious a Christmas day. and strangely) enougr

her a word Ruth was tirrd of watchIng the bell when you didn't really ring up flamed like red holly berries. tha smell.-Old Proverb strain the goodness and the former was long ago accepted _

the mails now, And,\er proud I lit last night Jack?" And even before she ran to put her With an electric torch lamp: mercy of God Tbls feature accompanied typical of the riches and spices brough .J

tfe bead told her eager jftttle bean thatt "No." said Jack firmly. "Your bean i-lotbe- in her suit case, to do her hair Proverb To a great night a great Lxntboro.-Old by music on the harp and violin by the three wise men to the child in

was not fair to caM Jack back Just heard mine, little girl. If only you and to put on her one good gown fromabove is kept up until a late hour each night the manger while the Christmas pie

because life was hanJ and lonely and would listen to It oftener." her bookcase she took a sprig With a needlecase: until the holidays are over. was held in abhorrence by all members

almost unbearable soPwtinm. So she "I can't nlways hear It" laughed '>f scarlet holly. With a red ribbon Old Wbo Proverb hath need of a hundred eyes.- One must understand tbe Mexican of strict puritanical bodies who believed .

tolled away until t*II ** aufc work- Ruth "My head is such a good talker'" -he tied it over the telephone With people and their devoutness and In :

work that she en1'4.. She bad be "Time's up," said a strange voice "If ever anything deserved a merry Generally a photograph music feedeth: tense religious feeling to fully appreciate All plums the prophets' sons den '
little roon 1 herself her the disposition how strongly the presentation of And spice broths are too hot;
$ books, be somewhere. Christmas she cried. "you dor: of spirit which it findeth.-Bacoa. the shepherds affects their minds. Treason's In the December pt!- 2
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)ec. 12.The seven. York, Dec. 11.-Secretary of Washington, -Dec 11.-President I TRUST
the Florida annualbe State William J. Bryan yesterday, in Wilson walking in Rock Creek park a O ORLANDO l O BANK A & 1 COMPANY J\\
[ Methodist churcho'clock" speaking before the clerical confer- few days ago noticed a riderless horse
Wednesday I ence of the 'New York Federation of gallop by. He turned in the direction

Henry C. Morrison Churches on the subject of Fundamentals from which the horse had come and i Orlando: IHoricla
onducting devotional declared it his belief that at the top of a rise found a little girl
"it is possible for a man really to on the ground. She was Ruth Don-
Capital and Surplus $125.000.00. .
fie a short, but excel earn $30,000 a year for a lifetime of aldson, thirteen, who had been thrown
St. Paul's estimate thirty-three and one-third working while trying to take a hurdle.
word, and the divine _ Report of the Condition of
years, or a million dollars a lifetime. The president was accompanied by
inistry and thorougn Secretary Bryan made this declara Secretary Tumulty' and Dr. Cary T. 1 THE ORLANDO BANK & TRUST
ior service. tion in discussing man's relation to Grayson, U. S. N., his physician, and COMPANYAt
J*ed the fact that in the the society about him, which, he said, they immediately went to the child's . the close of business November
Ire is direction for ev- was one of the three things fundamental assistance. '
:{ 17, 1913. In compliance with Chapter
responsibility of life in human life. Other fundamentals I; "Are you hurt?" inquired the president ' 6427, Laws of Florida.
iys be. That throughthe he mentioned were "one's relation as he helped her to her feet.
Scriptures hatckcn to the government under which "Oh, no," she said; "no, I am used ;' RESOURCES
/efully and yet their depth he lives and to his God." I to that; I've ridden a long time." ,: .. Banking House, Furniture
een reached, and as thne e The meeting was attended by min.I Little Miss Donaldson was slightly i and Fixtures .... .. ... .$ 25,97-1.87
and go they will still isters only, representing fifty religious bruised, but she mounted her horse, r t. c Loans and Discounts. .... 396,206.53
,pd' not fathomed. Jiecauserfigin : denominations."Man I which had in the meantime been I Overdrafts ............. 406.93
they will a!way.: le- does not work alone," Mr.I i caught by one of her companions, and r Stocks and Bonds ....... 26,01833
r fat1: m1ess. Bryan continued. "He works in conjunction I rode away.CHAMPION. :' F Cash on Hand and in
Jymn 560, which Degir.3: "And arc with others and therefore an'I i'i r t ,r S, a' ?"4 c Banks ... ... ... ..... 132,377.44
yet alive," was sung by the en- intelligent man should realize his relations GIRL AND BOY

audience. Since the ,beginning to society. FARMERS VISIT CAPITAL .J $580,984.10
|,Methodism by that name this "How much can a man honestly col- k LIABILITIES
has been sung at opening con- lect from society? Only a man that Washington, Dec. 11.
-Champion j
Capital Stock ....... .....$100,000.00
aces around the world. fairly measures the services he renders boy and girl farmers from thirty q Surplus and Undivided :
ter singing the hymn the bishopone to society. And an honest man states arrived here today and for t "- =
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Profits ... ...... .. 32,166.62
of the most fervent and will not desire to collect more than he week will be the guests of the department :
Deposits ...... .... .. .. 448,817.48
|iring prayers that ever ascended honestly earns. of agriculture. There were 8u: t .:
Ve the stars or thrilled a human Comparing the wealth of the rich- champions in the party and each hat,
est American, which he estimated at a record for achievements in raising :. 580984.10
inference being opened Rev. $500,000,000, Secretary Bryan declared either_ corn or potatoes or for havingthe .
erick- Pasco, D. D., was for the his belief that Thomas Jefferson best and most profitable vegetable M. M. SMITH, President
r t time elected permanenttary and Abraham Lincoln'rendered garden. I ,

and on his nomination C. services to the world that were worth I The boys and girls will spend the W. M. DAVIS, Vice-President. '
Summers, J. A. Bickler and Ed immeasurably more than that. What week in sightseeing in and about the I I
I ; I United State Government, State and County Depositor G. E NOLAN, C shier.
F. Ley assistants, the last havg the world needs, he added, is not the capital. For several years the de
to care for transportation mat men who amass money to give itI I partment has awarded trips to Wash .I..I..I..li.I..I.I.
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L away when they die, but men who ington to champions of boys' corn 1..1.1.
,Doctor J. E. Thompson, J. E. Wrayothers will give themselves to society. clubs, but this is the first time that i
and were introduced, the two girls have been included. There are
[mentioned having charge of churches HENSON FOUND GUILTY OF nearly as many girls as boys in the For Economy and purchase
i in the Florida conference, but:) havinarrived g I MURDER OF WIFE IN TAMPA party that arrived today.
RIG H T power of I.REA
W your
monk -
since the last session of the
Tampa, Dec. It.-Bennie Henson, a LTY & SBB co
erence. young white man, was found guilty ELIHU ROOT GETS FOR REAL ESTATE ey, "Try Wright's" Farm ..
I\ Question twenty-two was called and in the circiut court of the murder of THE NOBEL PRIZE
ue following superannuants reported his wife, Ethel Henson, two months \ Thais Our Business and Garden Seeds. in .

_ person or through their presidingand ago. The verdict was without recom Christiana, Dec. 11.Senator Rootwas l Orlando. Florida bulk. "Motto" Quantity i
their characters were mendation and carried the death pen today awarded the Nobel prizeon
sed, their names being referred to alty.Henson the strength of work in the pacifi and Quality.
lie committee for same relation: W. is alleged to have pursuedhis cation of the Philippines and Cuba
Shoemaker, B. F. Mason, T. S. wife through the street, after.she and handling the AmericanJapanesedispute. Fresh Farm Eggs, 40 cents dozen; Ice, 40 cents 100 pounds; Best Creamery Butter, 40

istead, T. C. Bradford, J. T. ColeIman had left her place of employment i ina The report of the committee cents; Sweet Milk, 13 cents quart, 7 cents pint; Oranges 10 cents dozen; Limes 10 cents

J. S. Collier, H. B. Frazee, E. F. restaurant, and as she pleaded to awarding the prize also spoke of his dozen; Butter Milk, 10 cents quart. Chesepeak Bay Oysters, (selects) 50 cents quart, 30
[Gates" W. J. Grady, R. L SwitzerR. him, on her knees, he shot her to constant efforts to promote interna cents pint.
; Taylor, I. A. Vernon, A. ,JL death. The jury was out forty min tional peace. The prize is worth for
00 ard, J. S. Waters, J. L. Yeats utes. thousand dollars. Individual Package 10 {Ibs. Ass't Fruits, "That Xmas Present" delivered by Express,
lie following were left on the ofective ty (charges prepaid) all points east of Rocky :Mountains, at your door 1.35 cash with order.

[ list: F. Pasco, J. P. Uur-
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The following committees were .1.I' . .I''III.O.'I........ AI .Aa..Aa'.a' 6401118"111'0'1'1'I'T
j nominated in the usual by the '
['presiding elders and were elected: U

laSoath Public;ixon,,worshi eo.observance I. Davis.-- -P.R.Hilburn L Honier F.- W NIu rJ rj, "GRE'ATtII iIlSAi'E'IAT I IIE I

T. E. Weaver, J. W. Phillips, J.
D. Major, Thos. Williams, W. Jj. -
Nease, T. W. Tomkins. always been accepted in Orange{ County as th

Layman's missionary movementA. best to be obtrined. No one has ever complainedand
W. McLeran, H. D. Bassett, R. C
Douglas, F. M. Hudson, R. H. John- no oneever will, because our trees are the best
1 YrrK i
son District, E. A. conference Pabor, J. H.records Perkins.-R. E. and cheapest (in the end) pjssible to procure. K r[ mr It -

L Folsom, W. M. Lord, R. L 'Grif- Who ever heard of ono untrue to name or who

fith, John Beers, Geo. H. York, J. E. ever heard of an ignored claim?
Woodward, F. L Crowson. Continues Until Christmas, December 25 t tJ

Temperance B. Ley, W. H. My- We offer you first choice from the largest stockin
eta, E. F. Ley, H. Rice, W. E. Thompson the world
for this season's and
,\ H. I. Davis, J. W. Pennington, planting your suc- New Goods arriving daily, such as Clothing, Shoes, Hats, Notions,
\ Wilson, M. S. Hill, S. D. cess with our stock is already assured when your
and all kinds of Novelties for the Holiday trade. This $25,000.00
Darn, W. P. Smith, F. M. C. grove is planted. Free advice as to stock and per-

,1' iks Jeff and Davis.periodicals-J. F. Bell, sonal inspection of your land when requested on any stock of new and up-to-date merchandise I will sell in this great

'fi Rooney, C. H. Summers, H. T. planting of 300 trees or more. Suitable discountsto Annual Sale at Sacrifice Prices. Our stock was never more com

J. D. Lewis, H. E. Carlton, C. planters] of large acreage. In fact, the very best
I /. plete than now. Every item in our store has been added to with
Robeson, K. C. Davis, W. T. Brant- of everything and 0. \V. Conner behind it all.
*i ley Sheats., T. Griffith, R. H. Sowell, W. N. new and up-to-date merchandise. We. have a larger line than

The address of welcome deliveredby ever for you to select from. We will give you more 'argains in
the Hon. W. N. Sheats, superin ADDRESS
tendent of public instruction, was his- this store that it will pay you to give us a trial, as the olars, and d

<. well toric,received thoughtful by and all members fervent and of was the j OCKLAAIIA NURSERiES cents are what you are looking after. It will pay you to visit our '!

,. conference. store and see the offerings we have.


WAY TO TANGO Dept. 23, Tangerine, Fla. H. Kallller f NewYork Baraill i Store UrlauffU

I a of Chicago Chicago, ,Dec.as a 11.supplement-The University to its .I .MMIMIimtMIIIMIMMMMIMCiHMItnMWHammond. r J 1

curriculum, has added the teaching of
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listen to a lecture by Miss Mary & GoreFUNERAL I

Wood unman, which was accompa The Cathedral School : )
med by a demonstration of exemplary
performances of the new dances y CHRISTMAS GIFTS
Dean Talbott, head of the woman instructors Orlando's Select Boarding and

in the university, and a VALUES LOW PRICES Day School For Girls
large part of the women in the faculty Gloves Silk Hosiery NeckwearFine
witnessed the exposition, though COMPARE Reopens Wednesday, October. 1.
7 it was primarily for the students, as Primary, Intermediate, and College I Linen Handkerchiefs '
a decision on allowing the tango in OUR FURNITUREWe Preparatory Grades. I
the college dances has been left en- Also Courses in Music, Art, Elocu- Vanity Cases Leather Bags
tion, Domestic Science, Physical CuI-j,
ft. tirely to the student body. provide the quality furniture that hM"l long
;\ The lecturer discriminated sharply been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the ture. and other Novelties
between correct and indecent steps. standard of merit. If an article i is here it is good. Twelve specially trained Teachers.
It wouldn't be here were it otherwise. We can't make Individual attention. Loving care. '
The J. G. McCrory company are this point too clear-it is one of the foundation stonesof REV. RODERICK P. COBB, A. M., MISSES: HAMILTON & DUBS

now busy with a force of men installing this business, and that means much to any buyer. Principal
beautiful mahogany fixtures in
one of the stores jn the new First *
Agents Barclay iporsets
National bank building in Tallahassee News comes from Tallahassee that

preparatory to opening up one of ft Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St., Orlando, Fla. the Woman's college has a fine basket McCall's Patterns
their big 5 and. 10 cent stores in time
J ball team this season and is in good :
for the.hd, trade. This marks an I :
er* H !assee's progress. .. .shape to carry off all victories. ,


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; . Soup

Lettuce Sliced Tomatoes

Short Ribs of Beef, Brown Sauce

Friccassee of Chicken, with Biscuit

Mashed Potatoes
Model 43 Chassis: Five-passenger touring car. Wheel base is 116 inches; double drop frame. -Steamed Rice Creamed Onions
Motor 41-4 x 51-4' four cylinders, cast in pairs; unit power plant; cone dutch; selective type transmis Maccaroni au Gratin
Eggplant Fritters
lion German silver "V" shaped radiator, square ttype; Stromberg carburetor; full floating rear
axle.: New Departure bearings; tires, 35 x 4 1-2; Improved Delco electric starting, lighting and ignition Vanila Ice Cream
system. Gasoline capacity, 21 gallons, tank carried at rear, pressure feed; Standard demountable rims; Cake
r_ 10 inch upholstering; nickel trimmings; body, steel; colors: blue or gray, Mack running gear. Prices Tea Coffee Milk ....
fully equipped: Touring car, $1,875 delivered. Other models $1,150 to $3,000.


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COMMUNICATION FROM see and vaccination for dyphtheria is BOMB TOSSED ACROSS
THE FROZEN NORTH going on throughout the city, espe II STREET SHATTERS STORE
I!cially at the College for Women. .
However, no cases have developed at I Pittsburg, Dec. 11.-A bomb was +MMMMMMMgp +
Having been a resident of your city institution and it is the
hoped tossed across Second avenue in the
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ago of vaccination, fumigation and quar- break today and exploded, shatteringthe I _
your growing city and exuberant antine. front of the building occupied by 44#. .. .. ..L
climate, with sunshine and warmth. I IMMIIIIiaiMM
I I Thomas Giroci as a fruit store. Win.
Especially am I reminded of it, at
dows in the Hazelwood Savings and
this time, when we Northerners are
Trust building next door
basking in a miniature blizzard with
were shattered and other damage was
.t cold,snow and slush, and more to fol- OrlandoWater
done, but the police declare no one
Atlanta, Dec. 11.-By a strange co-
fcw.To was injured. *
keep,in touch with your growing incidence the same poison expertsare I
Patrolman M. L. Toole saw a man
city, please say how I may procure arrayed against one another in crouch 8z Co.
( in the shadow of a telephonepole Light
a copy of your holiday edition to,,,the Crawford will case as in the recent and throw the bomb. He fired
b eissued December 14th. I trial of Leo M.Frank, for mur- after -
him as he ran away but the
Yours coldly, .
der.Dr. man escaped.
P. R. CLINE, Willis F. Westmoreland, dis- ElectricityGas

Millertown, N. Y. tinguished Atlanta physician, whose: The Southern Bell Telephone com-

testimony was arrayed in direct op- pany has moved into its handsome Water Ice
position to that of Dr. H. F. Harrisin
DIPHTHERIA IS EPIDEMICAT new home in Jacksonville. The placeis
the Frank case, found himself inexactly
THE STATE CAPITAL equipped with all the very latest
the same position Tuesday,
I and most modern devices known
I when he was called to the stand, in to Office No. 18 West Central Avenue
the science of telephony. This change :---
k Tallahassee, Fla., Dec. 11.-The the Crawford case, in which the heirs- I
a new very important era
.' state health officers and the physi- at-law of Joshua Crawford are seek-
for the greater Jacksonville of to
cians of Tallahassee have combined !ng to show that Mrs. Mary Belle day. Telephone No.6'III"IIIII.I.e'lleII.I.tt4I.I"IIIIII..II
their efforts toward stamping out the Crawford deliberately murdered him
epidemic of dyphtheria which is caus- for his fortuneIt
ing considerable excitement among Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand's ++++t1.1111111
the residents of the Several ...IIIIIIQIIIIIIIO..I.lt.IIII.tllll.,1111100,111.,01'1
capital. is understood that Key West has Coal Yard, phone 566. 9-31-
of antitoxin have "beenmade
shipments a new and elegant motion picture
from Jacksonville to Tallahas ,
theater. Subscribe for The Daily Sentinel.

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As owner intends to leave for Europe. This is a rare chance for a ready

buyer to pick up big bargains for cash or terms from one to ten years.


_ I I elegant residence on plot 75x123 facing Lake Eola with or- Five lots on Ruth Avenue, between Broadway and Lockhart-.a

ange, grapefruit and tangerine trees The house contains 10 rooms, Avenues, each 66x138.

kitchen and bathroom included, garage and summer kitchen. The

house is in first class condition and can be bought with or without One lot 66x138 on Livingston Avenue, between Broadway and

\. furniture but must be seen to be appreciated. Wide commodious Lockhart Avenues, second block from Magnolia.

verandas, partly screened.

Five lots on Milwaukee street, half block from Lake Lucerne

60x150 or by 310. All sidewalks laid on all the properities. .-
Nine room house with fivelarge closets and large pantry,kitchen -

andbathroom included in a A-No. I condition on a plot 60x130 with

orange trees, half block from Lake Eola. Tracts of five, ten and twenty acres of land, at

$15,00 per acre and up, on terms to suit the purchaser.

One lot 75x123, one block from Court House, facing Lake Eola All payments deposited in any Orlando Bank until

with orange, grapefruit, tangerine and kumquat trees. land is inspected and titles approved by the purchaser.A .

big lake on this land-eight miles from Orlando on \

F Four lots 60x150 East Central Avenue, facing Lake Eola, in good roads, and one and one quarter miles from railroad

; one of Orlando s best locations. station.

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Before we move into our new store, about January 1st, we want to disposeof j

the greater part of our stock. Our stock was never more complete, and we j

were never in a position to give such bargains as at present. Don't miss this j

opportunity.. Get your Footwear for the coming season. You can buy two pairs j

f some kinds for a trifle more than one will cost you later. Come prepared for ||
he greatest Shoe Bargains you ever bought.


[jBtarts ee.I .

Small Lots At Special Bargain Prices. They Must

Be Sold. Every Pair in The House Reduced. r

LADIES' OXFORDS LADIES' SHOES Howard& Foster;patent and gun metal;lace
or button; $4.00 and $4.50 values _________ S3.35Special
$3.00 and$3.50 Oxfords,in kid and gun metal $1.79 $3.00 and $3.50 Kid Welts, narrow lasts, lace 52.19
or button; very special at ---------------- Lot of $5.00 Florsheim Shoes at 2.95
[)$3.50 gun metal Pumps, some strap___________ $2.39 $2.00 and$2.50 Kid,lace or buttonMisses' ---------- $1.88 $3.00 and$3.50 Shoes;patent and tan;lace or
buttonMEN'S $2.65
and Children's Shoes and Oxfords
$3.50 and$4.00 tan Pumps, some strap $2.69 ;
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kid gun metal and patent;lace or button- $2.39
$3.00 grade; sale price
$3.5 0 and t4 00 Suede and Patent strap Pumps 2,69 .
'f"S. $'.)..00 grade; sale price __________________ $1.69LADIES' MEN'S OXFORDS
$3.50 tan Blucher Oxfords _________________ $2.48 Florsheim's $5.00 Oxfords, in patent, tan or
One Big Lot, '
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gun metal; lace t-
TURNS One Special Lot of $5.00 Oxfords at_________ $2.95 a
One Lot
Big ___________ $2.29
$3.50 and $4.00 falues; sale price
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J $3.50 and$4 00 patent and gun metal Pumps 2.48 Howard & Foster Oxfords; tan gun metal
____ $3.35
and patent;lace or button; $4.00 values
** $3.00 and$3.50 white canvas and buck Oxfords $2.89 Fellowcraft Oxfords all leathers lace but-
Y ; ; or
SHOES ton; $3.50 grade; sale price ______________ w 01.15
$3.00 and$3.50 white canvas and buck Pumps $2.89 Florsheim's High Grade Shoes;tan gun metal One Lot of Oxfords all leathers
an dpatent; lace or button; all sizes: ; in one or lace, at$3.00__________;____________;_button______ vZ.lj;;
( $2.00 and $2.50 white canvas and buck Pumps 1.88 big lotRegular- :::: $3.65
00 values at
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Christmas AT Gifts FEET FITTERS Big Sale



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tor.Rev. Edward T. Poulson, D. D., pas-I W.IYISSLEIVIONSi

Public worship at 10:45 a. m. and
7:30 p. m. Subject of morning ser-
mon, "The Christian's Peace' In

keeping ter will with sing this Cairo subject Pinsuiti's, Mrs."great Nut your room or housecleaned Our Ne ew fall boons Are No ow Coming .4

song, "Peace, Troubled Heart! :
without dust trouble
The evening subject will be, "Hit I or

ting the Trail; or, How to Be Some- I I _
, body. The young men and women : of moving furniture I I,

will be present in large numbers.All II .

seats are free; everybody invited Y ..
-the ushers will be prepared to take : We sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co.
: The Pierce Electric Co. send an Experienced .
care of all who come.
made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King QualitShoes..
Sunday school promptly at 9:30a.
.m. Classes for all ages, and teacher man. Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and Towels. -
with well prepared lessons. Ask
about ,the Baraca and Philathea Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Claim & Co.
classes. I & Co. Best place in the city to trade. i
Young People's meeting at 6:30 p. ,
m., in Rest and Tea Hall, opposite'the
church. The Juniors will meet at : .

3 Wednesday o'clock.Prayer and night fellowship at 7:30. meeting I I I:: T the PIERCE'[ [ELECTRIC[ L CO11''lln[, W. SLEMONS _

The inspiring song service by choir :
and congregation is a special feature :
in the Sunday evening worship. Don't CHURCH STREET
miss it. You'll be a stranger in this : . . . . .... .IMICf . . . ......IDf...
church only once. '...II..II..I..I.I..II.IIII.I .II..II..I..II

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Rev. Jno. W. Stagg, pastor. N
Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.; W. E. .
,r O'Neal, superintendent. See Our Selection OfF ; COME TO US RIGHT AWA'I

Services 11 a. m. and 7:30 p.' m.

Morning sermon: "Debts." and Get Suit That Is Sui
a a
Evening sermon: "Light and Re- Wall P ((21
:\sponsibility." Paper

;4 Morning anthem: "Lord, WhoUeth R A r' Choose the Sljle You Fancy-Gel

"" ?pn High." Solo by Mr. I IJ Your Money's \\'orth--Suit or $15f

Carr: "6, Divine Redeemer." E I 1 ,1 Overcoat Made to Order . .
Christian Endeavor at 6:30 p. m.

.Prayer m. meeting Wednesday 7:30p. I S :A11ESTIMATES = N i Others at $17.59, $20, $22.50, 525 Up-Fit, Style and

Evening service anthem: "'Tis C T z% Guaranteed
Night" Solo by Mr. Carr: "Considerand 0 j

Hear Me." I I No matter what price you want to put into a Suit or an Overcc
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A cordial invitation to all services.ST.
N o you may come to us with the absolute assurance that you'll getter 1

LUKE'S CATHEDRALThe N FURNISHED valUe--more for your moneythan at any other tailor shop c

Very Rev. Campbell Gray, G earth, and you'll get an absolutely square deal.
dean. ON ALL 2

Third Sunday in Advent.

Holy Sunday Communion school, 9:30., 7:30 a., m. Interior and Exterior Decorating o. L. PIP:: : KN::

Morning prayer, 10:30.
Holy Communion and sermon, 11 '/ZZZZSSZZiill Z Z ZZ ZZZZZZZZ ZZZZZZZZZZl

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Choral evensong'and sermon, 7:30 WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES
p.m. Geo. A. Barker, AND DO ALL KINDS OF The Most Enthusiastic. S. P. U. G.
The morning sermon will be upon OPTICAL REPAIRING

the "Sacred Ministry." In the even- Would not article in
PHONE 268 Pine StreetIMMIIIMMMMHMMMIilMMMMIMHtlllMmm object a single |
ing the third of the Advent series will
be given, this topic being the "Bar- our stock as a Christmas gift. They are all
useful as well as ornamental, and the variety
Through the week the Holy Eucharist '
'. daily, except Tuesday, at 7 a. m. --j? is so large that the appropriate, proper
The adult confirmation class is to ,MMMMIIIIIIIIIMIMIMIMHMIMMMmtimiHMbut
,. DR. L H. RAMSDELL 'present for young or old, male or female, may
meet with the dean in his study on <

Wednesday at 4 p. m.; and the children OPTOMETRIST be easily sel.;cted. We are quite enthusiastic -
It T IT i Successor Dr. 0. P. Likins)
are to come on Saturday at 4 roc s once ( to over our selection of standard and late
o lock. FLORIDA
The Junior Daughters meet Thurs- books. is witha
Practically every one pleased
dsyat4:30p.m.UNITARIAN. @ __ n_ __ _
4tHMMIieilflHMMHftllJWM. book, so when you cannot decide just what \

CHURCH RIGHT NOW we offer two propositions on TERMS OF $10 HARPER to buy, you are safe if you select somethingin
(Comer Central Ave and West St.) DOWN AND $10 PER MONTH. Every young man in DRS.
Rev. Eleanor E. Gordon, minister. Orlando should embrace this chance to begin or add to his (JOSEPHINE HARPEROSTEOPATHS \ standard literature. From tne little

Subject of morning sermon, "Are estate. kiddies to the grandparents we can show
Unitarians Loyal to Jesus?" Oldest Established Practice In I
Sunday school at 10 o'clock. SEMINOLE PARK LOTS Orlando something for each one. ,
Unity Circle on Wednesday afternoon 1 19 W. Church Street, Up-Statr j
On the Map Before Seminole County
at 3 o'clock. Paper by Mrs. Consultation Examination W. S. BRANCH
Inside Lots $100. Corner Lots $125. Free ,
May M. Watson, "General Booth and
t Money and six per cent interest back one year from the date tMIIIIMMMIIIIIMMFOR
the Salvation Army. you complete purchase if dissatisfied. The Arcade Book and Music Store
>ry hour on Saturday afternoon

att S o'clock; Mrs. Isabel Collins, SALE
et \ \ FIVE ACRE TRACTS An artistic and beautiful home;

Neat Lake 'Underhill. Finest grove land and finest grovesin modern and complete in every partic- FIRE INSURANCE
METHODIST CHURCH Orange County. Develop a grove on your monthly spare ular. Seven large rooms and bath;
x shop James Atkins of the Methodist change. PRICE $50 PER ACRE. Timber practically pays immense closets. Screened sleepingand
Episcopal Church, South, will : for clearing. rear porches; ten-foot veranda
preach at the Grand this morning. : across entire front. A few bearing fChe? to Success.JAHSEM -
Bishop Atkins is a great man, and a NO INTEREST-NO TAXES trees, flowers and shrubbery. New .
great preacher, and those who can at. and near in, fine location. eouMTftYREa
until own the deed. .
tend will hear the grandest sermon : Any one desiring an ideal home,

J of the year. I: ORLANDO REAL ESTATE CO. address [, STRT t, ,
Rev. Dr. J. F. McKinnon will preach OWNER, P. 0. Box 495.
I > Room 1 .
in the evening at the Grand. 12-11-lwk-eod \ i ANCLUmnPRovEtf IOTARY


Howard Van Dyck and wife, In[ four small 5-room houses, only ,
ed missionaries from China, tfll'I'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'IIIIIIIIIIIII"I'IIIIIIII'I three blocks from postoffjce. Price
1, conduct the services at the MisAlliance for the bunch, $ ,550; or single sale
Office in Rock Building ORANGE. Opposite San Joan Hotel
'on hall on Pine street, at The AltamonteAltamonte $1,250 month. each. Renting for $15 per
Sso and 7:30 p. m. Who wants a cheap home or wantsto
I offer $50 reward for the owner of
Springs, property in the city of Orlando, Fla, .....IIII.llee.I..IIII..I.IIII.IIII.I.II.IIIII..II..
Cot Charles Tremain, a wealthy that will duplicate this property in
citizen of New York, and vicepresident price and location. 5c CRISPETTES 5cfresh 3
of the T. & G., was admiring STOW OIFIEILT For the above and several 5, 10,
I 20, 40-acre country homes improved,
Tavares last week, predicting for hera I with growing stock and Corn Crispettes May be Bought at any of the following well
future that will surprise the na Most beautiful spot in all Florida tools, seeCHADWICK- known places:
tives. He was also pleased over the Nine miles from Orlando. Every com- I FOR LOW PRICES. N.J.MerckThe Rexall Drugstore Delaney's Drug StoreE.

county bonding for good roads, even fort and amusements, Golf, etc. Amongthe : Phone 398. R. Bliss' Fruit Stand King's Grocery Store
Open evening 7 to 8. 12-9-6t \ Mayer Galentine and Mayer's Candy Store
"if his railroad did have to pay a large tall pines, between two lovely lakes. '
I Mr. Richardson's Pop Corn Stand
of the bond that it
portion money;
Cusine and service first-.class. ; A. D. Galbraith, D. V. S., the vet-
was a good thing, and would do much
toward developing Lake county. : erinary surgeon, located at T. J. THE CRISPETTE CO.
Mathers' stable. Phone 14.
{ In speaking of the T. & G., he was livery 12'2'tf 26 W. PINE STREET
pleased to say that under the manip- GEO. E. BATES & SON, Proprietors
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done better busfness and the road
i tep in bets condition than forT I Automobile For Hire !

Ord4 N I Ires)aily r job Herald.Sentinel printing.have your [ THE"[ DAILY f SENTiNEL[ [ I;; ;j PHONE New Five. Passenger 419IIMIIMMfMHIMIMilitii I tat us ure on your 0

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is an actual valuation and a 'I, I INi I dlu I PI. I hIIIll I4 I I6'Iul l IIII I ft'r ,
i IIII I tli 4 1 I I r" I I I I IIIII II
valuation, and, in our judgment, | I
various boards of county commis-

) of Florida, when the county
of taxes cf that particular sz

presents his books to them for j

current year, are the proper tri -
I to equalize.

are so different in each fWr( if t{?'
in Florida and each individ- '
aV I
board of county commissioners[
meet the conditions that pre-

) themselves. in their respective ] Soelsiy: j Promotion '(]sDtu.1 Giving

for the second order from the I =

tax commission, that no county Mrs. Woodrow' Wilson and other prominent
in Florida can levy, a. t .
for the year 1914, to earn a I .people have joined Have you ?
for their respective county i
than the county levy earned I
taxation for the year 1913. This f

of in Florida for will every need progressive from $10-1 L \ : l r H f f TS
FL to $100,000 more revenue to meet i J /'")sl .l/ Uli1 1 .( .'> =

for the year 1914 than r- t't T

necessary for the year 1913, and flank AccountCJirJsftnas;
{ nor for that matter, no one can
exactly what they will need until ; I 'Clisck f A
of expense is presented to fPjSi jST-
at the July and August meetings r ,
: respective board of county) CorfificateofDoposiivSayjiigc! :
: in 1914. a0, r1,0: -
t Sank
values should be even doubled in I ) : M r
: for 1914, each school board !! i'c4 A
Gold ( in Caso rji /<
: call for its seven mills school II iVlonoy -

.'. (and they would most certainly -
for they need the money) and f

in Florida (in each county) =
be almost if not doubled for) 0 o
fl y 1 ,11 1 1

mere fact of raising the aggre- -- \V 1 l1l C !l 5 lw 1PC ll[ ry Li

of each county and re- ==
the millage DOES NOT get =: .

an equalization, even if) "
"It is a pleasure to serve you '
in value could be made uni- I
( it can not) for each county I -
I and will continue to levy a I '

L... .. . . . . . . which is not now, nor will it i
-- - --
orm. For instance: The total

"LESSORS( AGAINST IN REVOLT ORDER ( from county 15 mills tax in levy Levy varies county in .I--1:11'I;: I'!'tl I!r.IUIII!:! :I jli'iillrIIII'I;!: !:, I''!I'I'ul:IJI,.!I;;,:,:(''::,:;,(;III IIII' 'I!III iI! I I Ili'I!III'IIIIIIII:1IIir I ,(I:I'! !-:!! :'!'!,I!tl rl,.II I;II 17 h' !I'IIIrrlljil'I II I I I::I;:/.::;i;I'lu I dI'i!,,!,',!!'!!!Igl'l Ill!,!bll'Ilal'I!'h!l!iul:';,P!,!IdlN!,I'I, iilliilf I I !I I; I!,II 4l Ijl I llri.'!.'(!;:AI I i,>: h':'::,::I fll J I. ,II / li'''I, ,' //1/,1111' I 'I I! I , ry r I III I -
,N' ,I'V .1-1 ,, I ,' II I I
STATE TAX ) 40 mills in several other. ; ;ml.l!! : !!::! :I ::::' ''i;"U (llill I I :: "' :I;:': "I ', ,)i /;/ /l IlrJoI; ; ''W';. l ill, !!' '/!" !""II''"' 'j'UI'I'41,,';, ,Ir!I ::,.'p 1.1, :I'! IIII", :ilhl U.: uN;J'illll i :IJ,'" I' .'I :t''I/.ii'f/ '':I:,;lII m.I,.d.! n ij,-.

if it to -
so were possible put ------ --- ------- -

"(Continued from First ) all the values tax commission's made equal,or-if :MMHHMMHIMIIH:; ; i;;; ''I"t1"'I'I'"III'\" " " ' '" '\-4444-\\' \\" \\\'\

I' county and it
purposes was to raise for 1914 the
ely result in high or actual PHAETON:1"'
as for 1913, the high
|is and a low millage and counties would be paving YOUELL'SIsTOW
ect system of home rule
three hundred per cent. more
tion and finance.
the low millage counties.
Since the return of the
equalizing? WE SAY NO.
sessors to their homes we are : ( the wisdom of the two
1, ceipt of a letter from the tax
; the tax commission and sugI I Removal
I 'sion with the following l' Sale

c' ders First-That: all property in I commissioners meeting members of of assessors of the the boards various and of if ': Stupendous

4be assessed at ,its actual cash :
of Florida to be held at Jack
the year 1914. t
on or about February i sty
econd-That no county in
confer fully on these matters
can levy a millage for the
a uniform answer to t.-e!
to earn a revenue for said on
i tax commission to the end
greater than the county
shall be done to any
earned by taxation for the year
county of Florida.
for the county making the levy.
enclosing a card and would
These are positive orders
you fill out same and return '.
tax commission of Flo'rida
earliest convenience.
county tax assessors and county your ,
missioners of the various Yours very truly, An elegant line of Christ- .
.Florida. ( ) A. L. Turner, Tax Assessor '
County; J. F. Jaudon, Tax
We are not going to question

I going authority to for questioh these orders the practice, but Dade Assessor County;Hillsborough S. E. Spark- mas suggestions. These nov-

and advisability of following ( ; Arthur Butt, Tax Assessor
'* County; Chas. D. Mauncy,
'and we have the following
and questions to ask: St Johns County. elties are going fast.

On the first proposition: "To .
during the past week
sess at actual value"-what is
theater have been
value of the following!
Still other splen-
young grove or
which has cost $300 to $400 to booked for next week.

')...'its to its value fourth? year's growth. BIRD CIVIC CLUB"LEAGUE Ii Everything in this mam- .

( Second-A bearing grove or Civic League will give
$ that while moth stock reduced
lard the
owner would Blue Bird Club," at the *- {
take .
s $1,000 to $2,000 per acre, house the evening of tI
which is not earning an annual 20. The entertainment is
nue of 1 per cent and perhaps for the benefit of the

.I I money, although the owner is large attendance is ex
,ing from $50 to $150 per acre Juniors deserve it. Do
ally on his grove or orchard.
is the actual value of this encourage N. P. YOWELLMlimflttlltTfftt"

Third-A truck farm, which EFFICIENCY
would not take $500 to $1,500 of the wood you buy de :
acre for, but which is immediately its efficiency as a heat
.. i"i < , " " . . .,.. . . . I
n joining a field or forest on which dollar and cent for cent. ... r . I I . I . I . 1 . . . I I III . . . . . . I . . . . . .... I . I .|I|I|I|.".- .......;.. ",
- - -
.. . . . . . . . . . . 1 offer you is the most ef ---- T- I -
producer ever placed -on ::! = I =
F ,;, of you is to investigate. I 1
.-.., "L ',
!:1! BARLOW..
) )
rr oJ{1J \ 't& :: WANTED

1914 : __on __ _ _ _ __
We have now in readiness

---T\: % \_ LUCERNE f JEY l Mrf c) a most complete stock of 0

0 J \ PROPRIETORS Gifts for ChristmasAny


Edward Lawrence, Milton & Del-

: mar company, December 16, playing article reserved
: five nights in tabloids and vaudeville. 0
x \
/ 1
I Three Reels of Pictures Come and See
: "The Oath of Otsure Saw" (Majestic -
1 1
: ). Two reels.

"The Quiet Wedding" (Keystone).
ItU\\\\\ Afternoon show, 2 to 4:30; 5 cents
! to all. ALLEN & CO Jewelers -:

I t Night show, 715815.915; admission ,

# UTO AND SUPPLY CO NY 10 cents, gallery 5 cents D!
0 MilHIIH Band concert at 7 p. m. = = r I :
'7 ,
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SOCIETY MESSAGE Second-hand, Knabe Baby

W HT ,IS YOUR SER Mrs. C. D. Christ, president of the condition Grand Piano; fine, in tone splendid; $500cash. [ a Tkeni E

_ lando Peace Society, has receivede Next Woman's Exchange 1 I\

th following acknowledgment of a No. 7, Church St.

I, to legram approving the president's H. Montgomery Smith. i Y from St _
WELL SEASONED CANDY OF THE SEASON Ist and on the Mexican situation: _

The White House,
Washington, Dec. 11, 1913.y DEATH OF JOHN A. P. LANE I Make the folks!
M Dear Madam
read in advertisements or on window cards-"Just :

l Received Some Delicious Candies." The President directs me to acwwledge Mr. John A. P. Lane, 55, who came \\r- happy with a present

We truly say, "Just Made in Our Shop," a fine line of ki the receipt of the telegram to Orlando from Miami about two : they can enjoy. The

sweets. Considering quality, our candies are reasonable, lolB f: December 10th signed by Mr. years ago, died at his home, corner who down
being sold direct from our sanitary shop to your home. ranch and yourself, and to assure Concord and Broadway, last night at I-I. - man comes

No jobbers, railroad or express company affects our y 3U of his hearty appreciation of your 9:30. Death was due to a complication : stairs Christmas morn

prices. k ind words of approval of the course of ills. The deceased is survived i: ing and finds

r We make all our candies and guarantee our goods to 0 f f the administration.With I by his wife and one daughter, Dor- '

; be fresh, pure, delicious; of highest quality and reason thanks in the President's be- othy. The funeral will be conducted ABOXOFLUCERNE

able prices. h alf for the friendly interest of your from, the Catholic church this after I'I'I '

ssociates and yourself, I am I noon by Rev. Father Fox, and the interment CIRCLEWAITING
"The I I
City's Largest Retail Candy Manufacturers"BUTT'S
Sincerely ,
yours will take place in the Cath-
J. P. TUMULTY, olic cemetery. Mr. Lane was born in FOR HIM

Secretary to the President.Irs. North Carolina, but came to Florida

b Elizabeth A. Christ, several years ago. He was a mem- Will know that someone has been thinking of his happiness

K Kn t President, Orlando Peace Society, ber of the Woodmen of the World, during the excitement of gift-buying. And he'll

Orlando, Florida. the Carpenters' union and the Orderof also know that "someone" has taken the trouble to find

Moose. Two members from each out the kind of he likes-a Mild Full-Flavored
will bear-
organization serve as pall
Rich-Tasting cigar that is full of Fine 'Aroma
"The Home of ers. Hammond & Gore will direct the
Quality"lilltMIIIIIHIIHMIOIIIMIIMMMIIMHMMIMIMI funeral. Cuban suns could make it.

Edward Hugill, of Clarksburg,
Vest Va., has become associated with
i' the well known real estate firm of FUNERAL OF GEORGES.
Artistic Christmas Gifts at Tuttle's GREENWOOD OF THANKS HOLIDAY GIFTS
Cooper & Atha, located at 114 South
Shop. 12.12-6t\ Call to see us and we will! belo
A Orange avenue.
WADE J. D. Barnes has bought the Hovey Mr. Hugill has handled real estatein (Contribution) Words are poor things by which to t help you make selection

f THE TUNER home, on corner of South and West several states and says that Or-, The seating capacity of Unity express our gratitude to the many our: useful lines.FURNISHED .

ORLANDO. FLA. streets, and will move in Monday. lando prospects look good to him. He Chapel was taxed to its utmost limiton kind friends who have ministered tous HELMS HARDWARE* CO.

Thursday by the many friends of in various ways during the illness
Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Giles leave is to be congratulated on being ableto
.. Mr. Greenwood, who came to this last and passing on of our dear one. For
this week for Fort George, the for' associate himself with one of Or- seven-room.
their kindness in this and for the .
service to show their honor and love
Griffing rothers' trees, roses andwaamental mer home of Mrs. Giles, where they i lando's best firms. cottage, Lake Eola. Apply 217
friend beautiful floral tokens tous
for their and neighbor. sent
give results. 12-2-tf will spend the holidays. I many Robinson avenue. Mrs. M. F. Kei
i I HUGH SPARKMAN AT SANFORDHon. Rev. Eleanor Gordon, minister of we return our thanks and earnest win. 12.13-21

Mrs. J., A, Elliott is visiting her The Tuttle Gift Shop wish to announce I I I the Orlando Unitarian church, read wishes that in their time of need they ...
Mother in Lakeland. ,that they are now nicely located -
: the beautiful memorial service and may receive as bountifully as they
.. Warman Sells, and Fixes Bicycles,, i in a part of the Berman Store,I to Hugh Congressman Sparkman L'Engle, private, is secretary in spoke of the real significance of life have given. When you contemplate getting married ]

.a Court street. 12-5-tf across from the San Juan hotel, and ''the state business and death. MRS. HELEN J. GREENWOOD. you first satisfy yourself tha)
invite you and your friends to call. on important connected Doctor of ALICE M. TETHERLY.The the particular girl you have in m.
Mrs.May Denning, of Winter Park, I with the fourth-class post- Stagg, Presbyterianchurch
Mrs. Tuttle will be remembered as offered I is the only one you want. When you
spent yesterday in the city. J offices and was a welcome, called at prayer.
being next to Dickson & Ives' store Mr. Greenwood has been see those' Gatlin lots you will want!
Christmas Gifts call the Herald office Washingtonseems a loyal I Tuttle is located in
For beautiful today. Shop a part !
last winter. 13-2t them all. 'Jansen will fix it for
at The Tuttle Shop. 12-12-61 to be agreeing with Hugh and member and faithful attendant of the of Berman's store, opposite San Juan you
Mr. and Mrs. John T. Swanwick'and { church since hotel. 1212.6t when your choice is made. 12- -
Mr. Gray Rush'made a short busiless he is well pleased with his new posi- Unitarian organization I ttw
to Kissimmee three children arrived yesterdayfrom two years ago. _
trip yesterday.Belle tion. In private life Hugh was a --
Monossen, Pa., and are locatedfor t>tMMIItlMMIIIIIMIMt > IMtMtttMHMMtllllilllJMoney i
Meade Sweets, fine candies, newspaper man and a good one, his
the winter at 15 Amelia avenue. I
at McElroy's. 12-14-31 latest venture being the Jackson MENU FOR MONDAYAT

Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Loveland, of(Leader, a that he still TEA AND REST
Mr. and Mrs. N. M. Cogswell, of paper owns. ROOM to Loan
Ashtabula, Ohio, are among the win-
Clarcona, were Orlando visitors yes- He will hardly need to work on the
ter visitors in Orlando. They are located
again in time Congressman
terday. ,paper some as Monday Menu
at 113 Magnolia avenue. L'Engle does wish to
not Chicken
See Gatlin before you buy a lot in I
tiny Eat what you want. .dispense with his services and Congressman :
of the numerous suburbs of the :
\ity. Eat all you want. L'Engle will hold his posi- Mince Pie Vanilla Cream Loans in sums of$500 to $30Q(1on
It is the prettiest and most atTractive I
Take and it.
a postscript forget '
tion for and then
moons yet I II
k- spot within reach of Or- For sale by all druggists. I IMPROVED INSIDE fof"a
ll-SO-d&w-lm some. L'Engle and Sparkman make :
w I 1a mighty good team working togetherand
4 Mr. Frank Soper went to Lakeland Mr. Nash, of Pennsylvania, has term of FIVE Principal'
both of them are newspaper men. Oyster Cocktail years.
yesterday to visit his father, who is leased the Holbrook residence on -Sanford Herald. Turkey, with Sage Dressing .. .

very ill.The West street for the season. He and I, I Cranberry Sauce and interest payable in monthlyinstalments. f
his wife and two children will be Celery Sliced Tomatoes '
Tuttle Gift Shop, last winter
at I
next to Dickson & Ives', has rented a given possession once. Creamed Irish Potatoes ; .
Call to see us and we will be gladto
part of the Berman store, and is now Rev. and Mrs. E. A. Potts, with lit help make selections Candied Sweet Potatoes I I''
n getting located. tle son Joseph, are now permanently you amongour Green Lima Beans
useful lines.HELMS Creamed Cauliflower I s. "IT. "W-AJ
i located at their home, 114 East Jack
Mrs! J. H. King and daughter, Miss HARDWARE CO. Macaroni a"rf rheese

r Martha, of Oviedo, were in the city son street, and would be delighted to Steamed Rice I

k yesterday.Miss see their friends at any time. I GOOD MORNING Ice Cream and Cake
Fifty cents.FURNISHED. .JI..t. . .I..O..IIII.I..I..I. . ....
The annual raid the
rainy day
May Harden is spending the on I Have you dandruff? If one bottleDavis' \

week-end at Zellwood with her friend, pile is at hand. The family nest egg Hair Remedy does not cure it COLD WEATHER HINTS
Miss Pleasance Baker. is doomed to be cracked. The annual ROOMS for light I
you get your money back. Estes housekeeping; every convenience -
tribute to Santa Claus makes
Miss Sebelle Smith arrived last an aw- Pharmacy sells it. 12-9-tf ; both, hot and cold; electric I Hecker's Pancake Flour
might from Sillin's college at Bris-I ful dent in the family exchequer. Do I I lights; telephone; close in; rea-
your Christmas shopping early and sonable. 200 E. Robinson Ave. I Hecker's Self Rising Buckwheat
ton, Tenn., for the holidays.We I HAND PAINTED CARDS
foil the busy. burglar who has an eye)I
cordially invite you to call and on the household- strongbox. It's- a I Appropriate cards for all occasionsmenu Mary Garden Perfumes, large bot-I MAPLE SYRUP KINGAN'S SAUSAGES
line of assorted chocolate place cards, score cards, etc. tIe
see our large $4.00, smaller bottles $1.00 and
whole lot easier dollar .
to purloin ten
Also designs for book plates. Sam.
candies fresh home-made $2.00, at McElroy's. 12-12-31 .
cara- Coffees and TeasWe -
bill than to make a getawaywith pies on hand and orders taken at 112
mels,I and try our famous Purity Ice a rocking horse. Grace St. Phone 608. Lu F. Halsted.tf. ------ --

Cream. 134 South Orange avcr.ue.Mayer. .i HlllltllHMiMMMMMCOAL .' have the most complete line to select from
Friday, December 19 the Orlando
M :$
of in the .
: WOOD COKE : any grocer city.Instantaneous
Equal Suffrage League will give
a Double Breasted Suits
Mr. .& J. Lewis, of New York City, Boys' at and ,
"fellowship tea," at the beautiful below cost, as long as they last. J. C. Charcoal I Coffee
-1c in Orlando last night on a Anno
the Clothier.
home of Dr. and Mrs. P. Phillips, Boy 12-6-3w
it. .son, Mr. W. L. Lewis. 'I on : ,Instantaneous Chocolate <
> -v. Lake Lucerne, from 2:30 until 5 -- ---- : Turpentine Chips I
r. Lawrence Gentile left the '
on Instantaneous ;
o'clock to which
members of the :
Midnight train ''last night for Jack- LUTHER THE FLORIST
league, their friends in this and ad- Fence PostsI Baker's Cocoa f

sonville, to meets his father and mother joining towns, and all who are inter- j Cut Flowers Cocoa r
Mr. and Mr Gentile Sr. White Rose
Oi'huiidoTood Yard
ested in this popular subject, either :
4 who are en routV to Orlando from for \ ROSES, VIOLETS,
most in-
or against, are cordially c

Cincinnati to spen! the winter. vited. Music and a debate of this : CARNATIONS, PANSIES, B. W. KINGSLEY, Proprietor THE SANITARY GROCERY :

Cash Registers. \ arman fixes 'em popular issue by able speakers. Re- \ Phone 344 104 W. Pine St. .
u Court street. V 12-5-tf freshments 15 cents. \ POTTED PLANTS '

.It.::::::::::::1:1:::: ::: :: :: :: : : : ::: :::::::: ::::::: l ; Phone 200 6 & 8 Pine Sti


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K raiid d Theatre.t Christmas SuggestionsFOR

not best because il's largest in

.t sales-but largest in sales because .

PICTURESPictures it's best. There are six Fords sold Bath Robes Full Dress Sets

to one 01 any other car. 'Twouldbe House Coats Combination Sets

Changed Daily. Collar Bags Tie Racks |
hard to find a more convincingreason *
Fancy Vest Traveling Cases

MUSIC Furnished RegularlyBy why you should own one. The best line of Neckwear ever brought to


Six Touring Cars will arrive next Special lot of Silk Hose at 25C per pair.

SHOW, ,,7.15 P.M week. Place your order now. Come and look our stock over.

Let us help you make a selection.sc1gs .

t F. G. RUSH,
Phone 226 & DICKSOt

Admissiou 5 a ,

i *? .. earl Schallner 1 r tK

l 08

-., .- -, -'"
- --
explanation of the failureto
roth Florida Sentinel "K
rightly "keep" Christmas is fotfnd
MORNING AND WEEKLY in a misunderstanding of what it Master Douglass Williams, the In the rush preceding the holidays, Jon Ladou will wrestle George
FERRIS. Editor and Owner. means to "keep" the day. Let us understand bright son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank H. many of the various clubs of the city i Grundahl at the Orlando opera house CUT FLOWERSOUR
tend at the pottoffiee at Orlando, Flor- that there is only one way to' Williams, celebrated his seventh have discontinued their meetings un- :next Thursday night Ladou comes
a Second Class Mail Matter. celebrate the great feast properly, .birthday yesterday by inviting sixteen til the new year-among them the :from Montreal, and has wrestled some SPECIALTY \
SUBSCRIPTION RATES and that is by attendance upon and of his playmates to spend the afternoon Twentieth Century Club, and the Sat- THE DAILY SENTINEL participation in the religious observances at his home on East Robinson urday Card Club. the country. Grundahl has d record I MMMMIMMMMMMH1For .

e Year ....................$5.00 of the day. To make of it I avenue. The gathering was the mer Although there will be little in the himself, and made a fine showing in! - -----
X Months ................... 2.50e merely a day for social festivities and riest imaginable, and many a gameof way of social events during the coming the match at the opera house last -- - -

Months ................ 1.25 merry gatherings is to ignore the "Drop the Handkerchief," "Goosie i week, there are several which are night, when Oscar Kivilahti failed to
purpose for which the day is set Gander" and "Going to Jerusalem"was being pleasantly anticipatedthedance throw him after forty-five minutes on
SUNDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1913. apart. This is a gross perversion of played before the little guests to be given on Thursday even- the mat. Willis Hyer was timekeeperand

: the name and object of Christmas, were summoned to the dining room, ing by Rev. and Mrs. Cobb to the John Smith referee. The audi-
Pint. City has voted $45,000 for and a profanation of the Christian where the big birthday cake was at juniors and seniors of the boarding ence was well pleased with the enter.
,4) to better school conditions. religion. Surely it is most fitting once the center of interest The candles department at the Cathedral school; tainment, and there was frequent ap

I 0 that the doors of His Church shouldbe were speedily "blown out" and I the Thursday afternoon reception at plause. Ladou will begin training today -
JW1and will celebrate its thirtieth: open on Christmas, and that the the cake cut, Mrs. Williams and Mrs. the Rosalind; the meeting of the Saturday for Thursday night's match, and
[niversary January 1. Preparations best offerings of praise should be ascribed Griffin serving it, and delicious ice Auction Bridge Club at the hopes to weigh in at 165. Grundahl Sale
fare being made for a great day to the Infant Redeemer. Joyful cream and bon-bons. home of Mrs. Reichard, and the little weighs 163.

o- Eucharists and glad anthems with Those present at the happy affair i play, "The Blue Bird," to be given I 20 Acres Al land, near town.
The Fort Myers Press asks "who'sWho floral and other decorations should were: Francis and John Jones, Helen by the Junior Civic League.on Saturday Eat what you wantEat

Jin Mexico?" No need to ..askwhen mark this great day, and the Church Griffin, Thomas Butt, Virginia, William i I evening. all you want. 200 budded one year old grape
and Campbell Gray, Dorothy and Take a postscript and forget it.
'has that her children
the answer is so apparent. ever required I fora .
For fruit. Well
sale by all druggists. fenced, Special
Blair Sherrod Frances Griffin Marian
'I .
should into these
enter bright and SI'UGS WILL BE HOSTS FOR NEW ll-SO-d&w-lci J
--v-- 'beautiful services with heartfelt appreciation and Eleanor Dow, Thomas and : YORK LONELY.The few days at $100. per acre rl
Live Oak is going to bond for atter '
I William Dade and I (l
of the great Gift which on Seymour Gedge, For trees see W. H. Brokaw. Office
school building. Thus the work
Frank Williams.
this day came down from Heaven.To local organization of "Spugs," opposite postoffice. Phone 267.
improvement goes merrily on.
stay away from God's house on as members of the Society for the Prevention 12-2-tf Cooper Atha
The Sentinel prints all the news all His birthday, unless hindered by insurmountable TO SATURDAY CLUB of Useless Giving style. themselves -
difficulties, and to be plan to play host Christ- .
w on
e: time. If you are not a subscriber, MllimiHMMMMMMMThe 114 ORANGE AVENUE
satisfied with feasting and frolicking, mas day to lonely in
us send it to you. Ten cents a every person
Miss Hart entertained I
Margaret prettily -
is to spend a Christless Christmas, New York !
eeL city. There is to be a
and Christless Christmas is the the Saturday Card Club yesterday Orlando -Florida.
a Christmas party in Grand Central Auto ml ,
o Supreffle I
afternoon her
guests being
height of inconsistency and contradiction
ristmas shopping is going to be- Palace for the lonely, a Christmastree 1253m.
:Mrs Seth Woodruff, who substitutedfor
whereas the consciousness
; music, dancing, singing and re-
in reatearnest next week. Busy
having' worshipped the new-born Mrs. C. B. Robinson, and Mrs. LeRoy -
tttA ahead for the merchants of Giles, Mrs. Sylvan McElroy, freshments. oil that has
orland King at His altar will give meaningto Announcement of the plan was
; Mrs. Harriet Miller, Mrs. DeWitt
all other joys', for this is our made Kate
by Douglass Wiggin Mrs.
( stood the
l 0 su-
Miller, Mrs. Walter Brittain, and Mrs.
bounden and service.
duty keeps George Riggs), at
If yea are so rash as to.buy eggs Merle the latter the a Spug meeting.
McElroy, making
Christmas best then who
following The nomber of preme test
wadays. don't expect that you are guests expected is
the universal custom of the Church, highest score. placed at $20,000. To the
2 to be given any exemptions i defray ex-
After the the
games guests en-
makes it his first'duty to worship the
p.the income tax. ; pense of the entertainment the Spugsare __ _ THAT .
j oyed music from the Victrola, and -
Lord on His natal day, and who aims asking voluntary contributions
o had much pleasure in dancing to the !
henceforth to live the Christ-life ando 1- ---
dinner: with a better feeling at placing their offerings in a huge pa
be a blessing to his fellow men for .new records-this being an unusual pie at headquarters. The i is Dr. BucRmaster
.hearts this Christmas from the per pie
,but variation from
Christ's sake.-Ex.THOS. delightful usual Good Gulf asolinc
ledge that much of the torture I o '. program of the"club. to be opened on Christmas afternoon.
rto inflicted upon the poor shop
Miss Hart se'rved'asparagus with
-, tOf the big cities was. eliminated AT LUCERNE mayonnaise, cheese sandwiches, coffee FAVORITE THEATER MONDAY Osteopathic Physician
:, &13.Coldis.
and cream cake, at the close of
o "The Leopard's Spots," recently the afternoon. "For the Man She Loved" (Eclair). 132 Orange Avenue
C about to the adminis- .dramatized the author of the well
put by A wonderful two-reel drama of heart
% $ on the blink-the presidenthas I known book bearing the title, was interest and pathos. j P. G. WALTON, Agt. Next door to People's Bank

a cold, the chief justice and one !I presented in the Baird theater Friday EPWORTII LEAGUE "Jane Marries" (Imp.). Comedy up-stalrs. Acute and chronic
\of,the associate justices art; similarly I evening before a large audience. DISTRICT CONFERENCEThe with Jane Fearnly. I diseases treated.Telephone .
'afflicted' but it's warm enough in the i The[ play is strong in general character Epworth League of the Metho- Matinee 2 to 5. Night 6:30 to 9:30. PHONES 450269"III I
house when Hobson and Underwood I and contains some very thrilling dist church for the Ocala district Admission 5 cents to all. 578.
get,:wound up. I dramatic situations. The sentiment convened in Ocala Friday afternoon'or II'III IIII"II.'I' I

o II pervading it appeals to every Southern a three days' session, continuing r

kQsceola county is making a united man or woman. It is calculatedto through Saturday and Sunday. r

\yjK.tp.have a prize-winning exhibit arouse racial feeling that, in some There are about fifteen delegates in
tithe, .fair ,to be held in Orlando inbruary. communities, under certain conditions attendance, two of the most promi. i I /

., They always get good might superinduce trouble. nent being Miss Eliza Wright of Or- Lnristmas bl for His Majesty--the Baby

__ work in Osceola when they try The play was portrayed cleverlyand lando, district secretary, and Mrs.
:. 'jit*, and the probability is that more convincingly than the read George Pyle of Gainesville, who has
'ave' u{will not fail this time. ing of the book would afford. Dillon charge of the Junior Epworth League, N

o M. Deasy, as "Tim Shelby," the nero a branch of which will be organized

I :floes, anybody know what has ? leader, was very good, as were here during this convention.Mrs. .
fe of the old fashioned house- Alpheus Lincoln and Graham Earle M. M. Little of this city is Father-and mother will supply the baby with enough ; i i"jimctacks"make .

"ho used to give her buttermilk who essayed the roles of "GeorgeHarris : I state organizer for the Epworth your gift of a more permanent nature l lt

?gs.-Greenville Piedmont ," a rich negro editor, and "Ev i League, and was instrumental in The following suggestions are only a few of the many J

y' she is still living with the erett Lowell," a Northern philanthropist bringing this convention to Ocala. articles we are showing in a special baby display. ,
Toned (two-legged) hog, who respectively. The difficult role I The opening session was led by

the sweet milk and gives of "Bob St. Claire," a revolutionist interesting. Gold Rings for tiny I \
. .. milk to his wife.Telegraph . was in the hands of Thomas DixonJr. Several short talks were made : $$1,00 1 and L-] ,
chi 0 ., son of the author. He evinces s I by the different leaguers, which were fingers r !

Starke is hot an ad adaptation to the part. Miss Viola I very helpful to the conference.
of universal peace. That pa- Fitzpatrick, as "Marion Lenoir,'.I The evening session was informal, Lockets and Chains q nn and f \

i of the opinion that if peace "Harris'" stenographer, is a very attractive a round table being conducted. Mr. for girl baby necksLIUU!} I up5lc ;
reign for two hundred years girl and is a very pleasingactress. I Don Peabody, president of the Ocala
bud turn into fat, lazy, help I league, was the very able leader.- Little gold pins for :

rc,\' drones, and mental and Io The play was all that was antici Ocala Banner, 13th.HOLIDAY. little dresses and up f -
r 9&. ase would create more pated, and in this connection an ex!
voc among us than war ever tract from a criticism in the Colum i GIFTS
... Silver Cups $1.00 and
bus (Ga.) Enquirer-Sun of the 7th Call to see us and we will be glad

-0--- inst. is not out of place here: "Opin to help you make selections among Come make your selections before the prettiest pieces '

Kissimmee has organized a "Buyat ion among the Southern people as t 0 our useful lines.HELMS W aside if I
are gone e'Hlay them you are not ready to ,,,.
Home Club." the HARDWARE CO.
Mail order business propriety of presenting such a take them. '
kas been cutting into the sales of the play as Thomas Dixon's 'The Leop-
/J 'merchants there to such an extent ard's Spots' is divided. Possibly j a DOES YOUR SCALP ITCH? ____ ____ - - _,---.-__;.t.T ,. .
that protection became.necessary.. few people believe that it is prope If one bottle Davis' Hair Remedy ,
There are some people in Florida who to do so; a large majority will"Cry doesn't cure we'll give your money
t. buy even their groceries from mail i probably, say that it is doubtful if i it back. Estes Pharmacy sells it.

p. order houses in Chicago and New should be presented, while a goodly 12-9-tf H Evans the Jeweler
,'1 York. The merchants of every town number will unhesitatingly say there

..: : should make a systematic campaign can be no excuse for it" Gainesville. Warman Repairs and Retires Baby I ,
' I against this evil-for it is nothing Sun, 13th. I Carriages on Court street. 125tfOSTEOPATHY

' short of an eviLestimated The above attraction will be at the i OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE

o Lucerne theater, Monday evening, December :
that eight million 15th. Seats -are now on sale
ttend at & I'I
the "movies" in Eng DeLaney Abernethy's. i
:l week. Over 120,000 emfe DR. J. C .HOWELL iiI .
kept busy providing the, HAIR FALLING OUT! Hours, 10-12, 3-5, and by appointment

[ entertainment for the host I Davis' Hair Remedy will i it No extra charge for house treatment' --- . .
stop I --- -- -- -- ------- --- - ---- -- ----- -- ----::
i show customers. Although Money back guarantee. Estes Pharmacy Telephone connections --
ited Office cor. Orange and Central Ares.
States exceeds in the pro sells it. 12-9-tf
on of films, it is said that mores
are released in England than in I SPECI.. ..L '

any other country. Eighty per cent. t
I of all the films made in the world are IS YOUR MOTOR FULL
(eaid to be shown in the English picture Silk Hosiery Silk Underwear .w
[ theaters. The most expensivefilm

ever produced is "The Three OF CARBON? Knit Underwear
f llusketeers," which ran up an ex- ;

.pease bill of $80,000.u Let us clean it out the new way in

.After a thorough investigation, thee
..artment of justice has come to the forty minutes without loosening a bolt IIIIIIIT f m T

conclusion that there is no coldI I J imm
trust that has kept up the I Satisfacfaction guaranteed

eggs, and that the real cause '
hort crop of this very impor- At discounts that really 4 \ f,
'de of food, is the old domi

In herself. It thus appears San Juan save you money .
pro is nothing left to do but Garage Co.

orney General McReynolds to Come early in order to get your size.

|itely begin an action against All Night ServiceAJAX
Cockalorum Rooster, and

ble.'nd feathered they are tribe.all lodged But if in this jail JMt.A.EJO E. :r: S

:iff eggs will be selling at TIRES guaranteed 5000 miles, Five !

;Anyway, we lucky The Christmas A
itiiiave percent off for cash Shopping Plaor 'tof
} the'gators'is'd .
.... ;: / eggnog. I .'-(' ."'
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President Cashier Assistant-Cashier

The State Bank of Orlando

Incorporated 1893

This, the oldest bank in the city and the county, has just

completed the 30th year oi its existence, and is amply equipped

to take care of its largely increased business.It .

extends Christmas Greetings to its patrons and to the

public, assuring them all that whether they are its customers

or not, they have its best wishes for their prosperity and happiness -

throughout the coming New Year.





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Ph 1 Bottle or Carafe-Keeps Cortez, Tampa-Cuba, Jose Villa,
lOc. Packages (o fine Christmas
ttFIllttOy :r Hot Liquids Hot 24 Hours Principe, Cuesta Kej, New South, La
Packages at $3.00. :* Cold Liquids Cold 3 Days Preferencia, Portina.

ti -r, On every outing-yachting,motoring, hunting
., fishing, picnicing or traveling-take along
Our new Refrigerator Candy Case t FINE CIGAHS IN SMALL BOXES
"\yan ICY-HOT Bottle or two filled with the hot
will surprise you in the way it keeps : '% or cold beverages Christmas Boxes in small boxes of

candy. PARK & T1LFORD, New York No Limit To Their Usefulness cigars retailing from 5c to $1 each
Keeps baby's milk warm and sweet all night, '
And NORRIS, Atlanta )J: right by the bed-or keeps the invalid's hot stews,broths,
etc., hot or cold drinks,cold. PARISIAN IVORY
GANDIE S. ICY-HOT CARAFE takes Dlace of unsanitary water FOR THE LADIES
I Make this Pen on a ; bottle and pitcher. Hand Mirrors
.; << ICY-HOT Jars and Ice Cream PalU-Keep all kinds of
honor the Y "}:,. food,stews, oysters, vegetables, etc,hot without fire- Triple Mirrors
desserts and ice cream cold-uithout ice. Tooth Brushes
best I know Hair Brushes
how Military; Brushes
Best cf Them All Nail Buffers
CEO.S.PARKER .z Powder Boxes
It goes flat la Note These Special ICY-HOT Bottle Features Ammonia Bottles
your pocket lower or la vest a r. ) Projecting glass neck prevents liquids from touching (i.- ivory box)
"I band lady's bez purse wtta-or J the metal case-Absolutely Sanitary. ICY-HOTS don't Baby SetsClothes *'
oat danger ot 3 ofr break as easily as other bottles. The thick rubber ring at Brushes
leaking or jot- neck and padded spring at bottom cushions the filler against Pin Trays
b k 1 breakage from jolts and jars. Elastic pads between the Vanity Boxes
inner and outer bottle m the vacuum prevent breakage at : Soap Boxes
PARKERJACK 11 the neck from vibration. Baby Brushes
Before purchasing vacuum bottle, step in and allow Dresser Trays
us to explain these valuable exclusive Hat Brushes
KNIFE SAFETYFOUNTAIN ICY-HOT Features which make Vanity Mirrors
\ it well worth your while to ,. (with plate glass)
PEN Accept No Substitute 1Vhist Card Boxes
A Light Lunch while out shopping *
No Bottle Just At Good (with cards)
refreshing. Soda Fountain
bM no delicate springs,Talves or very our
disappearing pea mechanism. to gift you will find cold drinks of all
trouble. It 1*simple la oiutructian.
with notiiloK to get out ot order,u4 kinds with hot thing, some as fol
will U0t a lifetime.
For any one who needs a fountain
pen of special conTenlenc and clean HOT
Knee*this penis perfect. It If doubly SAFETY RAZOR

shoes pens conreutent and bud than to lose ordinary toutUla Chocolate . . . . .. ... .. .. .. .10.-
Aatolnts, travelers, club women . .. .. . rd i f f dy
business and professional Rea aad Coffee .. ... ... ... . . ocOjstcr .
clerks,aslteaa find this be pea arriedin particularly say pocket Stable Stew ..... ... .. ... ... .23c --tp t4 t --

or any position without leaking. ... ...... .......
Baby die,like Illustration,with Ka.t Soup 13r Largest Assortment of Vacuum Bottles in town. Leather case for pints,
I.;wa'l,and tUO.IS,with according larger to else sue.1..T gold. pea, Beef Tea .. . .... . ... .... .Idc double pints, quarts and double qaarts. Keeps liquids Hot 21 hours;

lack;'nire Parker Safety dealer or any will other sell yea steer tie Malted Milk .. .. . ..,. lOc keeps liquids Cold 36 hours. For hunting, fishing, golfing, automobiling,

P o sw.ledars'lad daaler(resins'order direct f youoa IflniflJ Clam Boullon . . . .. . .. . lOc tennis, baseball, picnics. Any one would appreciate an Icj-Hot Bottle
n jo*.ttura joney: tt will pen M u refunded.josatlifao.tory.iow Oxtail Soup . . . ... .. . . . 13c for a present. One Dollar up. Keeps Bab's food for night or day 3"c. to $3.00

x Peanut Butter Sandwiches . . . .
PARKER PEN COMPANY >c feeding.TEtE1PHARMACY %l o: Gillett Safety Razor

Star Safety Razor
175 Mdt at, )grumlb.
I icmuiE Auto Strop Safety Razor

A fountain I'en m ke, Gem Safety Razor
a very accept- Phone 95
able gift at all tim All shapes, Keen Kutter Safety Razor
sizes and prices. Ever Ready Safety Razor


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.1r from one. 'ear I to 5 foot bud. Thr'e. 'ear Grapefruit; Buds in Xur ery.

Is essential to your success, if you intend to plant



The Seedling Tree is a thing of the past. There is more profit for-lOU II DO NOT HE MISLED

in planting a budded grove, and waiting three or four rears for it to come into
:: b)' citation of individual box or individual shipment returns of other varie
bearing, than there ever can be in buying a seedling grove already in bear
ing, whose product comes directly into competition with countless thousands ties.Ve have received as high as $12.50; per box for Conner Prolific Grapefruit :

of acres of other seedling groves, all producing an inferior grade of but in that case the seasonal average would not apply Where it would

fruit that sells slowly at ordinary prices. If you already own a seedling grove apply, and has applied, was when we sold this fruit in car loads at $::1.00 to

should protect yourself by adding new acreage of budded trees and become $1.15 box f. b. and
you per o our shipping point we expect to sell it next April or

a producer of high grade fruit. ;,!: May at $5.00 per box in car lots. That's the kind of Grapefruit; to plant to

The Ocklawaha Nurseries Do;,Not Propagate Ordinary I; make money.

_ Varieties For Commercial PlantingEvery :: THE OCKLAWAHA NURSERIES are not asking you to pay big prices for
i untried varieties; they are not selling Lue Ging Gong and promises; but
line they carry has a distinction. Their CARNEY PARSON BROWN they are offering you tried out and proven varieties of merit and commonsense -
and their CONNER SEEDLESS early oranges may be marketed early at a
: application as a marketable product of rare value.
time when prices are good, and taken from the trees long before the bulk of

the seedling fruit begins to move. No danger of loss of fruit crop by frost, Has any one ever told you that "an\ stock" would do? That a variety.

and a long period of rest for the tree, permitting storing up energy for the was a variety and the protect' would be the same, regardless of the stock or

next season's crop. soil? If so, you have been mis; e.*. The different soils of Florida are wieleh-

THEIR TARDIFF AND VALENCIA LATE varied and of highly different composition. The require different stocks, and;'
will develop some variety or in after all other fruit is out of the and produce the fruit that
come way be far from a success. Here the same rule applies that makes one coil .suitable t.
brings the grower fabulous prices ; for native hardwood growth and another pine, and still another "jvv pal-

THEIR PINEAPPLE ORANGEhas mettoes or swamp growth. Again we say, do not be misled, but come to thr
Ocklawaha Nurseries for advice :\:*> to stock and varietv. It is free and will
been improved each year for fifteen years by close bud selection until
save you much disappointment later.
now it is perfect. Its richness of color, wonderful aroma, fine marketing

sizes, heavy crops, and its medium late season, make it one of the finest and Ocklawaha Experience applied to your new grove places you abreast of

one of the greatest money makers for the grower. the times, and removes the experimental side of the question. It makes an

IN GRAPEFRUIT; expert grower out of the novice. IT MEANS SUCCESS.
the same care has been exercised to produce the early and late ripening, the WE ARE SITUATED IN THE WESTERN END OF ORANGE COUNTY,

maintenance of desirable size, the clear, bright peel, and the heavy bearing 25 miles from Orlando. We have the S. A. L. railway within one-half mile of ,
strain that makes their CONNER PROLIFIC and MARSH SEEDLESS va our offices, at Victoria Station, and have the Bell Telephone service connected H

rieties wonders of production, of the very highest quality of fruit, and thus with all local lines through Orlando, and this is at Jour service. Call us at
pave the wayto the richest return to the .
r planter.We any time from anywhere on your business with us.
can prove conclusively! that we have earned a gross revenue of $5,900: Our Nurseries have the distinction of being the largest citrus nurseriesin
1, from an acre of six year old trees of CONNER PROLIFIC GRAPEFRUIT all Florida, and the only large plant managed directly on the premises.Our .

' since planting, and the season of shipment from these trees has covered the stock is right, our prices low, and Ocklawaha Service the best in the ,.
entire marketing period from October to June. The last gathered was good world. '

as the first, and the prices realized ($2.15 on the trees average over the four I i--- __d__ _____. - -. _-
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seasons of shipment) speak for the '.
qualit. Here then are the reasons why asa ;i
commercial proposition CONNER PROLIFIC GRAPEFRUIT is the EARLIEST OUR NEW 1911 CATALOG will be ready about January 1st. Apply now

LATEST and BEST for you to plant. for a copy and tell Us what Jon want in your first letter.
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