The daily sentinel
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087112/00332
 Material Information
Title: The daily sentinel
Uniform Title: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 1 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando Fla
Creation Date: December 21, 1913
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1913.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 1, no. 269 (Dec. 20, 1913).
General Note: J.F. Schumann, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 4 (Feb. 14, 1913).
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Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075051
oclc - 34297092
notis - AKR3406
lccn - sn 96027192
System ID: UF00087112:00332
 Related Items
Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Succeeded by: Morning sentinel

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

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I Yesterday gave the first real dash i Special to the Sentinel. I

I :of holiday color to the streets and!!.! El Paso, Tex., Dec. 20.-Northern

COMMISSIONERS WILL H.11'ETO shops, for be it observed, holiday Mexico is to be made a wilderness. PARTY FROM ORANGE TO KEY

SEVERAL POINTS RAISED FIX COMPENSATION OF I I color is not manufactured by ther I Realizing the impossibility of captur- WEST WILL BE LIMITED BIG BATTLE IS 1 1PENDING

I stringing of red ribbons, or the hanging : :ing the country from the rebels.
I of holly or the setting up of sawn :'Huerta has ordered the remnants of

I trees. It is different and indefinable,'!his army now at Ojinaga to begin a NAVY DEPARTMENT TAKES ACTION '-
WHICH MUST BE COMPROMISED County Registration Officer W. J. : Not many Orange county teachers
i it is the atmosphere that the spiritof 'campaign of destruction that 'will WHICH EVINCES IMPORTANCE -
INCLUDING NUMBER OF REGIONAL Dolive has received the new registration will attend the meeting of the Florida -
I I the season gives. Though the make the states of Chihuahua and
books from H. Clay Crawford,II Educational association at Key WITH WHICH
BANKS DGUARI have 'Coahuila uninhabitable for Villa
I I (I shops been decorated for days and
;[i secretary of state, and the West. It is probable that a few of PUOHLEIISPl'ltlSED
DEPOSITS with red his followers.The .
ANTEE OF compensa-I I and green denoting the approach -
tion of registration officers I the county teachers will attend, but
of the glad season there was villages are to be laid waste
s.-;; ;: !I new law will be one of the important the number is not certain as yet. Special to the Sentinel.Washington .
Special to the no manifestation of the real spirit of and the farms swept oil the map.
matters to be settled by the county I Principal W. S. Coleman of the city Dec. pO.-The navy
Washington, Dec 20.-After five Christmas until yesterday. But it The campaign is to be similar to that
commissioners at their next meeting I schools said yesterday that he did department has determined, in view
hours of wrangling today the house., has come, and it will be evident until waged several months ago against I
I j I The new law requires that registration -r i I Ii not expect to attend, and he knew of :of the importance of the Tampico
sent the Glass-Owen currency bill to! the midnight of Wednesday. It is Zapata in southern Mexico.
: books shall be open in each none cf the Orlando teachers who situation, to keep all vessels there
conference with the rejection of all found in the anticipations, prepara- Particular attention is to be paid
.I{!election precinct from the first :\IonI I would. The distance to Key West which were assigned to the protec-
the senate amendments to the orig- jtions I and exclamations more than in the Mormon colonies in the vicinityof
('I day in January, 1914, to the first J J'Monday and the amount of money necessaryto tion of foreigners in that city.
inal house bill, except those extend- the decorations. Casas Grandes. Inez Salazar, a
i' in March, 1914! every week I}I make the trip, and coming at the The American vessel Chester and
ing from sixty days to ninety days j i At the postoffice and express office Socialist general, has been chosen by
:day between the hours of 9 and 12 in | holiday season when the demands the British cruiser Suffolk which went
maturity of bank loans on paper the! scenes were such as to make eyI Huerta to command the column of
I the morning, and from 2 to 5 in the 'I upon the purse are always severe to Vera Cruz, have been ordered back
based on farm mortgages. ery good citizen of Orlando ashamed destruction that will march againstthe
I!afternoon, and one night each week were given by the principal as rea- to Tampico by their respective gov-
Chairman Glass of the house banking |of the accommodations afforded at Mormons.
:'until 10 o'clock. It is required of I sons why there would be a small at ernments.
and currency committee asked these public places. People pushed, Salazar is to march from Ojinagato
the supervisor of registration that he I' tendance from this county. Supt. J. What many officials say privately is
that the bill be sent to a conference crowded, stepped upon and stumbled Santa Rosalia, where General Xav-
'shall keep the county registrationbooks McKinnon stated that three or four that it is not to be expected that the
caucus because he thought its enact- ; over each other, notably at the post- arette from Torreon will be awaitinghim.
open at his office from 9 to 12 i of the county teachers expected togo strong force of rebels which recently
ment in its present shape would bea |office, in doing their errands at the While Salazar is operating
and 2 to 5 between March 15 and the trip to Havana from Key attacked Tampico will give up the
calamity to the country. < various windows. The arrangement Orozro will be proceeding up the Con-
'April 15, 1914. The supervisor is toj I West being an attraction that would struggle, and that on the contrary
He further said that there existedno i there is about as bad as it could be, chos river from Ojinaga to meet the
appoint as many deputy officers asj take some. Tampico, so far as Huerta and hi>
chance of any agreement on the I the accommodations being ample fora .others. The combined armies will
he deems necessary to carry out the Key West is preparing to give the rivals are concerned, is the key to the
bill before Monday. The conferencewill town of one-fourth of. Orlando's then attack Chihuahua city.Both .
provisions of the law. teachers a royal time. Dr. J. L. Kelley situation.
sit tonight and meet tomorrowin ,size and importance. The rush was armies will destroy everything
Much has arisen president of the association, who The action of the departmentin
controversy over navy
the hope of adjusting the differ I(terrific and kept up for hours. It is possible on the marches to Santa Ro
the compensation of the registration lives at Gainesville, has received the sending back the Chester instead! ,
ences. Unofficially a meeting was 'i hard to adequately tell the volume of salia. All males overtaken will be invited -
officers. The law provides that these i I following from the entertainment of withdrawing one-half of the ship
held in the morning, but no agree- business; for at this writing it i is: to join the federals or will be
officers shall be committee: from Tampico, as intended a day 01
; compensated !
ment was reached. I' pro- |i not known, but at ten o'clock last shot without trial. Women will be
vided in 5614 of the Laws "We glad that two shows that another and
Chapter i are very you are going ago per-
The principal points of difference |i night forty-eight large mail sacks left to their own resources. I
Florida, Acts of 1907. It is contend : i to bring so many with you. Our haps more serious situation will ta t
which must be compromised are the j I filled with parcel post mail were cart- II
ed that this I committee will developed.
by reception meet
some compensation your
number of regional banks, the guar- i I ed to the station to go on their joyful
would be too for j at the train. We will thatcery
heavy party
an expense i FALL TERM see
antee of deposits, length of maturityof way for Christmas delivery.; OfJJQURTADlOURNS
the is well cared for. needi JIM HOlUGEXO JOHN LADOUIN
counties to bear, since a per diem L i one You
commercial paper with regional I J I The express office is hopelessly I
of even two dollars a day for each i ,have no anxiety whatever on that I WRESTLING MATCH
banks, and the percentage of gold reserve -. J:crowded, one man attempting to do TILL SPRINGJUDGE"
officer for a period of sixty days :! score-just leave that to us. We
to be required against circulat I the work of three, bundles, packages.
:' would that all will be Christmas night at the Orlando
mean an expense several ) I guarantee pleased. op-
ing notes. fruit boxes all in
the and the
j'thousand. dollars for each county :II way The letters from Key West state era house Jim Dorage will wrestle
+clerks worked to death. I
I[ Under such circumstances it is not I I PERKINS CONCLUDES that the Jefferson hotel will be headquarters John Ladou, even match, the best two
AUTOXD SUPPLY CO. IS i All the trains were packed thelone
!!unlikely that the provision of the law BUSY SESSION OF TWO for the association.Mr. out of three falls. John Ladou gavea
BOUGHT BY PHILLIPS & SONS ( due at G:41 bringingthe largest
.in this regard, at least, will be sidestepped I crowd WEEKS Elgin F. Curry, the Havana performance at the opera house la.>t
deposited from a regular train
i i by the commissioners. |!Jat Orlando for agent of the Florida East Coast system Thursday night which attracted much
many a day. The
The Orlando Auto and Supply cornpany's i i When electors are registered they will be in Key West and will attention. He tumbled George Grun-
train late
was and as the minutes
business has been sold to ,i will be required to give the date of | The fall term of circuit court came accompany the members of the teach dahl, the Florida middleweight champion -
went the
Messrs. I. W. Phillips & Sons, who ;:,registration, full name, political party{1{I by number of those waiting to a close yesterday afternoon and ers' association to Havana. )Ir. Curry twice in less than seven min
grew larger, and the scene there
are conducting a garage on Pine affiliations, business or occupation, resembled was adjourned for the term by Judge has volunteered to show the teachers utes. Before that happened Grun-

street. The supply company was .age in years, color, state or county of II I a theater exodus on a firstnight. Jqmes W. Perkins, after a sitting of the various points of interest i in dahl was considered some wrestler ill

composed of Messrs. E. H. McNeil,> nativity, !uf naturalized when and I two weeks. I and around Havana. He has secured these parts, but Ladou is much of a

W. M. Davis and J. W. Jackson, and where, and residence. There is also I! There is here.GELLETT is no. doubt about it-Christ- While a great many cases were 1 very low hotel rates in Havana and I man (which is not saying that Grun-
they will retire from the automobile 1 a requirement as to illiteracy. i j jj I continued a good deal of business was I also reduced rates on the Cuban rail l dahl isnt) and he was in fine trim.

business. They handled the Cadillac:j There are two main objects aimedat disposed i of, and the docket was roads to points out of Havana. 'I Ladou left yesterday for Lakeland to

and Hupmobile. The Cadillac agencygoes : in the new registration law. One |! ARRESTED FOR cleared of a number of matters, sev- President elley, who is superintendent train for Thursday night's match.

with the business to Phillips & : is to clear the books of all dead and ]t eral of which were of a trivial char i of s hools in Alachua county, Jim Dorage has begun training here

Sons, but the Hupmobile agency has removed voters, and to make the list : MURDEROUS acter. The first week was consumed I i has already signed up more than i in Orlando, and says he is going to

been transferred to Mr. Gray Rush,:strictly true and reliable. The other ASSAULT with criminal business, or more prop i three car loads of teachers to go from i give Ladou the time of his life when

and he will have a demonstration car'is to ascertain the party affiliations'of I erly speaking, with the trial of the Gainesville on the morning of December he meets him on the mat Christmas

i* stock the coming week. Mr. Rush' all voters and to keep the members case of wife murder against IsaiahGrady I! 29th. The Seaboard Air Line night. After Ladou had romped on

has the Ford agency. Messrs. Phil-I iof one party from participating i WAIVES- PRELIMINARY AND who was convicted of manslaughter will furnish three Pullman cars for Grundahl the other night Dorage, who

lips & Sons already had the agencyfor !the primaries of another. 4 WILL BE TRIED IN CRIMINAL and given a sentence of fiveyears. this party, and Dr. Kelley believes was present, challenged Ladou to put

the Mitchell and Overland cars,II I I COURT The other negro, Dan Jack that there will be sufficient patronage him down in fifteen minutes, and La-

and the purchase gives them the WILSON LEAVES WASHINGTON I son, who was held on a murdercharge : to warrant the use of a fourthPullman dou failed to perform with Dorage.

Cadilac in addition. It is understoodtkat 1 NEXT TUESDAY TO REST Jim Gellett, a white man who conducts pleaded guilty of murder in i :I car. The trip over the extension This bout led to the challenge for

the garage on South Orange, operated I, II a barber shop on Church street, the second degree and was given a !I of the Florida East Coast the Christmas night exhibition. La-

by the supply company, will l | Washington, Dec. President was arrested yesterday by Deputy life sentence. The prisoners havr.. railway is being anticipated with a dou weighs about 180 and Dorage 17j;

be continued in addition to the placeon 1 ;Wilson probably will leave here Tuesday Sheriff i I Bennie Lawton on a warrant been delivered and are already doing I great deal of interest by the Alachua i Ladou looks much the heavier, is

Pine street, where Messrs. Wei-! for Pass Christian, Miss., about sworn;! out at the instance of 1{. S. their time. I county teachers, who will be accost broad shouldered and the picture of

born and Miller Phillips have char fifty-seven: miles from New Orleans, i|Miller, who is confined at the Church ,I.; The major part of the time otherwise panied by numerous friends. health, while Dorage looks like a

of the office and outside affairs, while .for his three weeks' vacation. lie ex- j I: Home and Hospital as the result of a was taken up with two civil Among the teachers from Orange dry goods clerk, is pale of face and I

Mr. Gus Pfening directs the shop pests to sign the currency bill Monday '!.fight with Gellett Thursday. cases. One was that of Dolly Favor who will probably attend the Key narrow across his shoulders. But

work. night. l I Gellett waived preliminary before against F. W. Shepherd for damagesof I West convention is Miss Ruby Wilson Dorage has a mysterious smile which

1 II Senator Vardaman, an early White+'j I Judge William S. Martin and will be, $1,200, growing out of a controversy I of Apopka. may spell reserve power and strategy

ORLANDO GOLFERS SPEND House caller today, said the people :| tried at the next term of the criminal over a property line at Winter. !I Orlando teachers who have made I which his appearance doesn't reveal.

TilE DAY IN TAMPAA !|of his state would not hamper the: : court. He was held under bond: Park. It required four days to try ;I I plans for the holidays are as follows: It looks as if the ringside devotee '

(!president's efforts to get a complete ,of $300. The warrant charges assault; this case. A verdict was rendered i in I I Miss )Mamie Binns, of the fifth had some good sport coming for '

, !I rest. ''Ii with intent to kill, and alleges the in- favor of the defendant Shepherd. The I grade, will go to her home in Nashville Christmas night.

party of Orlando golfers spent i i The president was in good health I strument of attack to have been a other case of importance was the condemnation -!I for the vacation. Miss Laura

yesterday in Tampa on the links 't;'today, but stayed in his study work- : billiard cue.DARROW by the city of a three-foot I I Chittenden, of the first grade, will INDIANS COMING FROM
the Tampa dub. A luncheon
was i I ing on many things that he hopes I to 'strip of sidewalk occupied by the i I spend Christmas at her home in Sa n-I I OKLAHOMA TO FLORIDA[ ,'
given in honor of the visitors the .
by !i clear up before going on his vacation.II FREED OF TilECII.IGE front of the Scruggs & Dickson store'''ford.I Miss Bessie Furen will al
host club, and an all day tournamentwas Darlington, S. C., Dec. 20.-A large
|He expects to announce the appointment OF BRIBERY on Orange avenue, resulting in a verdict spend(i the holidays at Sanford. Miss
enjoyed. Some of the visitors band of Oklahoma Indians, headed by
; of three interstate commerce I of approximately five thousanddollars :!Jewel Womble, of the eighth grade, I
attended the opening ball at the Tampa John Mitchell, are camped here for a
"j j commissioners soon. Los Angeles, Dec. 20.-ClarenceiDarrow to be paid by the city to the !II will visit her home at Apopka. Miss
few days' their from Oklahoma
Bay hotel Friday evening. Among I rest on trip -
I i the Chicago labor lawyer, owner of the property, Dr. P. Phillips Hannah Peter, of the third grade,
td Florida. From what the
those in the party from Orlando who
returned on the midnight train last ORLANDO AUTO PARTY Incas I today freed of the charge of bribery and the lessees of the building. i!i will enjoy the vacation days at Winter Indians say it seem that the government

BACK FROM EAST COAST upon which he was twice tried in L The other cases of importance disposed -! Garden. Miss Myrtle Mason, of
has them
Messrs. : given of the
night were Howard Babcock, ; some
i i connection with the famous MeN a of were: I I the high school, will entertain her
L. H. Gedge, James L. Giles, Frank i Everglades land in Florida and theytr
I An auto of Mess ,i mara cases. Judge Jackson set Dar- E. F. Sperry vs. Henry Benedict; j I sister from Tennessee. The oth
Guernsey, Louis Dolive, Ralph Year-I party composed rs I :are on their way there to reclaim this
IlI G. Porter jjrow I! at liberty the motion consent verdict $1,500. 'teachers, so far as known now, will
B. of
C. Abernethy and upon I
by, T. P. Warlow, Edwin Beeman, H. : 1 (I land. They left Muskogee, Okla., two
District Phoebe J. Hamilton vs. Seaboard 1I spend the time in Orlando.
1)1. S. Clarke returned Attorney Fredericks, who
urray last 'I
Latttner, D. K. Davidson and Dr. Ii I months ago and have traveled the en-
John W. Stagg. from a trip down the East stated that Darrow's conviction on, Air Line R. R.; damages $500; dis-: tire distance in wagons. When asked

:Coast to Miami. They left Orlando i(tht' charge of bribing Juror Robert t .,missed. i ij THE WEATHER why they wanted to leave Oklahoma,

Bain doubtful. i J. W. Wilmott vs. Jas. L Giles et,
Monday, spending the first night at I was j Mitchell said: ;
lal motion defendant to file addi-!
Titusville, and took in Cocoa i ;
UPLIFT WORK IN U. S., Rock- j l Florida: Local rains Sunday; coldler "Heap big wind he come and blow I j
ledge, West Palm Beach and other': COME EARLY' tional pleas; motion granted. in northwest portion. Monday fair way house and kill mules and kill me :

points on and off the regular route, Is the call to the j I W. P. Williams vs. Orlando Light !
Baptist church tonight j I and colder in peninsular. mammy' and pappy and two brudders;

. London, Dec. 20.-Mrs. Francis B., for when they returned last night if you want a good seat ;|'and Water Co.; damages $2,500; con- blow um heap far no can find urn. '1 J

Sayre, daughter of President Wilson,, the register showed the trip to have Doors open at 6:45. II'tinued for the term on motion of defendant I Possibly you would like a souvenir Heap much wind killum everyting '

will devote herself seriously to social I covered more than seven hundred Dr. Poulson's subject will be: "The] and consent. I spoon, or a souvenir stick pin, brooch,' yess hiddum in ground." 'I

betterment work upon her return to I miles. The members of the Master's Call." Miami! Bank and Trust Co. vs. E. E.
party I i cuff links, alligator belt. Curtis & From which it can be gathered thatfor

the United States. She is studying:I stood the trip well and reported a The ushers have a goodly numberof 'Brady; transferred to Seminole couty 10'Xeai's store is headquarters the tornadoes of last summer took j

f i; methods now in farce in London. .most enjoyable time. extra chairs ready for use. Santa: Claus. heavy toll from his family. :

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WILL TAKE LONGER LEAVE OF : Christmas special arrangement-with the General Film Company, we

ABSENCE THAN HE'S .. have secured for Orlando and
; beginning next Tuesday, running

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tion Wilson Washington immediately will take, Dec.a after three 19.he weeks'-signs Presideni vaca the ) Our assorted Chocolates and Bon Bons, ;!, ..: ;- ;;"j Tlie Greatest Licensed Features and d !

currency bill, which is expected to be I I packed in Fancy Boxes, 75c. per lb., half t'I
on Monday or Tuesday. Where he' Soecial Motion Picture Produced

will 'go has not been announced pound, 4Uc. ;.
though it is said he and his family
will select a quiet spot on the coast We are prepared to furnish our PurityIce ; Xo finer or newer pictures can be seen anywhere.
A. This is what we promised you but what has taken
of the gulf of Mexico, near New Or-
Cream lowest (. until this time to accomplish.
leans.It at rates to Boarding
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will be the longest absence of ;
_,< the president from the capital since Houses, Hotels and private Homes. BEGINNING TOMORROW
he was inaugurated. There will be

no New Year's reception in the White Call to see us and let us quote you prices. DOC BAKER
House as the president will be out

of the city during the holidays. y. King of all character artists. Direct from twomonths'
: The president has been suffering w iI engagement of packed houses at the Imperial
from an attack of la grippe for sev-
j Jacksom"ille.Ve offer Doc Baker as
eral days but the mention of his intended MAYER 134 Orange Ave. the
highest salaried artist on the motion picture
vacation was made some time .
% stage.
before he became ill. His physician i
t. ;v31 Tuesday, December 23-Greatest of Kalem Features
urged a halt in the president's labors : : '
which have been continued without II..tll.IDI'I'IIIIIII'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII".1 k- TILE PERILS OF TilE SEA"

any material interruption for almosta t I > r. ... 1 A Thrill Every Minute!-Don't Miss It!

year. Prescription Druggist, 30 years es- See the improvement here
y every day
As president-elect, Mr. Wilson returned tablished. McElroy Pharmacy. ": '
from a months' vacation in lMO-eod-5t Matinee Daily, 3:30 Evenings 6:30, Continuous

the Bermudas last December, and in UNDER EUGENIC RULES Admission lOc.; Children 5c.The.
the succeeding three months was un- Take your repairing to Warman on
der the double strain of his official Court street. 12-5-tf Theater
duties as governor of New Jersey and TEST WOULD REQUIRE FOUR
preparing for the presidency. Upon. MONTHS AND COST SIXTY FOR SALE 9 BEAUTIFUL
; taking office he was in Washington: An artistic and beautiful home;
DOLLARS Remember-The Greatest Pictures Produced and the Stars of Vaudeville
almost constantly, being occupied modern and complete in every partic- Every Day
with the tariff, the currency and the ular. Seven large rooms and bath; MllllllttlMlMMIIIIIIIIIVIililllllllllllJ I' It.. 11111 11111 II" '..
Mexican situation, among other press- Milwaukee, Wis., Dec. 19.-The demand immense closets. Screened sleepingand MMMMMMMMMM< .wl.I.IIIIIII.IIIII.1111111111111111'1'' '8"IIIII'llili....

ing administrative affairs. for a physical examination for rear porches; ten-foot veranda !
Inasmuch as the president intendsto which several months would be required across entire front. A few bearing For Economy and

be away until about January 12, if it were properly doneandnot trees, flowers and shrubbery. New C purchase
the diplomatic reception planned for the small fee of $3 for a physi- and near in, fine location. W RIG H T. power of your mon
January 6 will be prepared the following cian's certificate-is given as the Any one desiring an ideal home, REALTY & SBBD co (
week and the dates for the principal reason for opposition to address FOR REAL ESTATETiats ey, Try Wright Farm

entire social schedule for social and Wisconsin's new eugenic marriagelaw OWNER, P. 0. Box 495. \ Our Business and Garden Seeds. in
state dinners at the White House in a statement made today by a 12-14-lwk-eod Orlando. Florida
> will be revised. well known Milwaukee physician."The bulk. "Motto" Quantityand
The first cabinet dinner under the examination, according to the WILL GIVE YOU A DOLLAR
present administration last night was demand of the law for physical examination Back if one bottle Davis' Hair Rem Quality.

given by President and Mrs. Wilsonat and the application of rec-" edy doesn't cure dandruff or any Fresh Farm Eggs, 40 cents dozen; Ice, 40 cents 100 pounds; Best Creamery Butter,
the White House. Besides ognized clinical and laboratory tests, 40
mem- the statement, "would involve at scalp disease. Estes Pharmacy sells cents; Sweet Milk, 13 cents quart, 7 cents pint; Oranges 10 cents dozen; Limes 10 cents
bers of the cabinet and their wives or says it. 12-9-tf
daughters, the' vice-president and least four Wasserman tests extend- dozen; Butter Milk, 10 cents quart. Chesepeak Bay Oysters, (selects) 50 cents quarto

Mrs. Marshall, Secretary Tumultyand ing over four months, each of which WOOD, COAL AND ICE cents pint.

some close friends of the Wilson would absolutely cost, if properlydone Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand's Individual Package 10 Ibs. Ass't Fruits, "That Xmas Present" delivered by Express,
family were in\* ted. Covers were from $10 to $15, after which a Coal Yard, phone 568. 9-31-tf (charges prepaid) all points east of Rocky Mountains, at your door $1.35 cash with order.
laid for fifty.Outside : Noguchi test would be necessary, and
the cabinet circle, The even if both these tests were found
guests included Mayor-elect John I negative it would still be necessary to I''MMIiMMMMMMilMMIMilillllMMMi
Purroy Mitchel, of New York, and puncture the spinal cord, draw out FIRE INSURANCE
Mrs. Mitchel; Chairman Wm. F. Mc- some of the spinal fluid and make a The Good Old Christmas Carolsare
Combs, of the Democratic national Wasserman test of that.
committee, and Mrs. McCombs; Harry "This test being negative, if the
charming when played
Garfield, of the Williams college, physician went to the limit of scien- '' IUIlil! ''illlII '!iiq I on a Kimball Piano. You me Elfto Success
and Mrs. Garfield; Professor Henry tific 'search,' he would be obliged to certainly should'have one in iITYAIteouHTRY)

B. Fine, of Princeton university, and make a hole in th skull of the appli- ,; % your house. Give yourself
Mrs. Fine; Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Pu- cant, remove a portion of his brain. the pleasure of good music
litzer, of New York; Harry B. Thompson smear it upon a glass slide, stain it r C for the rest of your life by JAhSEN ,
of Wilmington, Del.; Dr. DavidB. 'and examine microscopically for the t. : I making yourself a present ofa IMPROVED ANDUNIMPROVED
Jones, of Chicago, all three trusteesof trepanoma pallida, which is the cause Knabe Piano. You can afford VOTARY
Princeton university when Presi- 'of the malady feared. it all right. Our prices \ O RL AN O O bUBLIC
dent Wilson was president of the college "Besides this, all spinal reflexes I t and terms insure that. FLORIDA.
and their wives; Mrs. William would have to be tested, all bones of Knabe Grands
H. Hall, of Washington; Col. W. W. the body examined as well as the Knabe Upright
Harris, military aid to the president joints. The liver, eyes and throat "The Worlds Best Pianos."
; Office in Rock Building N.ORANGE AVE. Opposite San Juan Hotel
Dr. Cary T. Grayson, U. S. N.; and must undergo a severe and careful Kimball Player Pianos
Miss Anna Armstrong, of Princeton; examination, and if all this were doneit Kimball Upright and Grand Pianos

Thomas Decoursey Ruth, Miss Marion would require at least six monthsto

David and Charles Vardell, the last do it and it would be impossiblethen A Number of Slightly Used
four of whom, together with Miss I even for the most skillful physician CHRISTMAS GIFTS
Margaret Wilson, furnished the musical to state positively that the applicant -
program that followed the din- was entirely free from the Pianos Very CheapDrennenLattner
'Gloves Silk Neckwear
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"In the case of other diseases the
I' SOUTHERN STATES WAR examination would involve a series Fine Linen Handkerchiefs

COTTON TAX HEARING of microscopical tests and examina-
tions and such an examination would Co. Vanity Leather Bags
require unusual skill and a period of ,
Washington, Dec. 19.The house
at least three months." and other Novelties
committee on war claims has set today -
as the time to consider whetheror Orlando Fla.MMMMMMMMMMIMMMMMMMMHMIMMIMMt.
not the general government refund CHIEF REFUSES TO TAKE ,
to the Southern States the cotton OATH UNLESS SALARY RAISED. .

tax collected in the sixties. Rep- __ __ __
resentative Frank Clark has been in- Macon, Ga., Dec. 19.-L. A. Miller,
vited to appear before the committeeand elected new fire chief, refused to take Agents for Barclay CorsetsMcCall's
explain in detail his plan for the the oath of office, when the other
refunding of this money. newly elected city officials were Patterns
National Committeeman Chubb of i sworn in, because his salary was not
Florida is in a state of high dudgeon made the same as that of the police '

today. The Republican national com- chief. / T
mittee, over his protest, adopted a City council recently raised the police ; (. r "
change in representation at national chiefs salary to $2,400 per year, -
conventions by which Florida loses but the salary of the fire chief remained -
four delegate votes. the same, $1,800. Chief Monroe : Hammond &Gore

Francis W. Perry, of Fort Myers, Jones still remains in charge of l
Florida, was here today consulting the department, until Chief-eject Miller -
r with Chairman Sparkman and army decides whether he will accept the

engineers regarding improvements on office. Cars
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NEW YORK POLITICS Washington, Dec 19.-Secretary
Garrison announced today that when order and avoid being dis OUR FURNITURE ;

New York, Dec. 19.-Bob Adamson, Major Gen. Leonard Wood leaves the II
native Georgian and former Atlan- office of chief of staff next April he appointed. I I We provide the quality of furniture that has long
tian, was toasted at a banquet givenin will be assigned to command the east- been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the
his honor at the Waldorf last night ern department with headquarters at standard of merit. If an article is here it is good. .
at the conclusion of which he was Governors Island, New York, succeeding F. G. RUSH, It wouldn't be here were it otherwise. We can't make
presented with a $1,000 silver servicein Major General Thomas H. '\i this point too clear-it is one of the foundation stonesof
recognition of his services for Barry, who will go to the Philippines. Phone 226 this business, and that means much to any buyer.

good government in Greater New Secretary Garrison made no an-

f York through his successful management nouncemet as to General Wood's successor McNffli & DAVIS BLOCK
f of the fusion forces in the campaign as chief of staff. ,

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and King Winter was preparing bad brush
IT only a and comb between
the roads for Santa Claus' '. them i :
long drive. The snowflakes were y:1+t ''. When is candle in j ; '
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tumbling over one another to do his ;, c''r
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against the window pane, that he II ,'
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would better stay in the house if h* \
Because it's a false hood. x.
did not wish to get his ears pinched.
Why mustn't you call an owl a quail? l v"i:
Donald was "half past four" and .
Answer-Hecause you would be mating ,
Aunt Madie sitting before the fire,
of him.
"half past forty." Early in the tor.mer's ',
Why did the !
elderberry whine? Answer I :
career the two had formed an
-Because he didn't get lemon aid
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two sat cozily In front easy of the heater |II II II II'I t p 1 I CHRISTMAS IN GERMANY. { I I "ftJ' .

gaziuj!; thoughtfully into the glowing'coals II 11'
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Isinglass and made the only light it;!I While there are few civilized couni **
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room. ., ,
i tries in which the plan of :giving presents "1 _;;.
"Is Santa Claus our papas and mam-
I I r- at Christmas time is not almost
mas. Aunt Madie? | I I
The Santa Claus I saw certainly I 2' universal nowadays this was not

wasn't. Donnie." I ways the ..:JtC. Indeed the world UI.I' ,

"Did you ever see Santa Claus? j I acquired. many of the customs now in i And I've get the pet I wanted; i,
Honest, did you?" I I I vogue at this (eriod of the year from Got him with me here right now. ,

"Let's make it a story. Once upo j:I the Germans who pay more attentionto How'd I get him? Well, I'll tell you, i

a time long. long ago, when I was ( _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Christmas than the people of another }' I asked Santa that is how. j
a little girl, we were nation.It .
poor poor' ----I I . . . . . . . . . I
that Brother Fred your papa Donniei I II I is to them perhaps that we owej VVV ,VVVV 'Oi1 +': \ i+0'x"1 ;
and 1 never got much for Christmas I \\us i-f.nij;: HItwith in)' t11U:11. 11l1IJIIY( Give Him a Walking Stick.A A LucKy Crinsimda.Prognostication j the inauguration of the gift giving a:: + .

We couldn't understand wby Santa s.to kings""And; walking; stick is always acceptable ; aiv made In Km | well as the beautiful institution of the Where Christmas *

Claus did not give: the poor a lot and was that all you siw of Sinta for a wan whether he H young or land and :11 No in this "luintn. .'un.t'rhIII j Christmas tree. The presents equally ,

the rich just a little to even things up. Claus?" siski-d Donald disappointedly( elderly' He likes a t'olltl.lion. so that the niniiig .i t'ar. is pruakrit> with the tree have been popular I :: Things Come From *

Mother said it was to give the rich "I 1 looked OUT toward) the turner he may have different kinds for various weather etc. depcndm:: upon the da i among the Germans from medieval! II I \7?+f ff ..} .?+ I
occasions. the and most
a chance to be good to the poor Would! jou U !ie\e it- theie was that Quite newest I on which Christmas falls Stindi\ times. With the introduction of Gern .

and the i,oor a chance to grow I man jet I JMLIHMI| and pretty nearly unique styles have cigar lighters or Monday. Tuesday and Saturdaj ; man customs (chief among which was 1I1J.1IU1 all enjoy the evergreens S

good by suffering patiently and thenboth screamed and then! laughed; and laugh; tiny electric bulbs concealed in their j I usually ckond illiimeneddajs. whil l the sparkling Christmas tree into C and ornaments that are }

would be worthy to celebrate I. ed and laughed.; handles Such small lights often illu i j it is lucky to have ChrMmas fall onWednesday. Great Britain at the time of Queen 515'' each Christmas but bow i

Cbrist's birthday. Fred's patched suit "Wh)". who was it? Oh I know. It minate the vicinity of the keyhole on a.' Thursday or Friday. On Victoria's marriage: with the German many of them know what parts ;

hardly kept out the cold and this I was your papa and lie had (In-en tilling; dark nightIf ;: old time says: Prinlbert in the middle of the of the country are ransacked la order

Christmas I am talking about I bad your stockings; in tl-e night" he rides a crop will delight; him. If Christmas day on Friday be j nineteenth century the practice of general to furnish theso things for their pleas
for the horseman enjoys the possession The first of winter hard shall be. and delight? '
\o. sir-e-e! wasn'teither
such a queer litle ache way down in My Sauta Clans Christmas giving doubtless bey anore
With frost and
of :variety.. snow and with great flood.
my heart that some way couldn't get papa or mamma." Hut the end thereof it shall be 100.1. among English speaking people. I'rH.tirllly all of the evergreens appearing -
cured. 1 told Fred but he said we "Then it was my papa, jour brother Again, the summer shall be good also. in American homes for the
must pretend to be ever so much iFred.. Aunt Madie i ?" Holly Used as Christmas Tree. I I "': holiday season are crown in the United .
In the southern states holly Ls used The Ever Lucky Boy.
pleased! with whatever we got even if "Wron;: again: young man It was Big Demand For New Coins. rnilE Chris'mas States. The Christmas trees come for
tree all!
should mamma's broom dressy in Fred's almost exclusively for Christmas trees. Great demands: summer long the most part from northern New
it be only a stick of candy because new are always made on Is grow in' in the wood England
mamma would feel so sorry and suit of clothes and new stockings; This tree abounds in the forests, and 1 Uncle Sam"for new coins at the Chris But only-so my teacher says- Michigan, Wisconsin and Min

she didn't have nice things either but boots, cap scarf and mittens. The frequently boys earn their Christmas 1 mas season. Last year J25.000 I in For children that are good. nesota. There are some growing farther .

had to work all day long and late whole thing was hung up iu a dark money by cutting and selling them in 1 halves quarters and dimes was wasb'I! I i I''I Our sroc'rjman he brings It round south, but the bulk of the trees

at night sowing for the railroad boys.'" corner on the clothesline. the larger towns. Occasionally a cedar ed and brightened by the An leaves it at the door. are from the far north. The black

Topr grandma! Let's give her something "Cut you said it walked toward you. tree is used at Christina time partment. and this year the demands' My father carries it Inside pruCe grows in swamps the white
nice this Christmas. She can Aunt Madie i ?" Mistletoe also is plentiful in the south have been even greater. The banks An'' plants it in the floor spruce, pine and firs on the higher

have all my pennies" "I said it seemed in be coming closer but is difficult to gather, as it usuallygrows throughout the country call on the An' I can help if I don't teased {land Xot only are the little trees

"Mammas don't mind so much not and clo t>r. It was so cold that at the very top of the highest treasury department for bright;: an At strln in' it with stuff. cut but tops of larger trees and limbs: t

having things if their boys and girls mamma had let the cat stay in all oak trees. Fir trees are seldom found' shining coins in order to satisfy their But I can't eat the popcorn much if they are of the proper shape. ,

are good, but 1 am afraid Fred and I nt ht. and when kittie played with In the southern states. customers. I Or there won't be enough, Thy bully comes from the woods of .

worried gar sometimes and made her the mans feet his head bobbed and Nor bite the candles yeller red New England and the Allegheny moontains. t
wuch trouble. Anyway that Christmas tabbed just as if be were walk in;:." --- Or white or green or blue. : in the north it is a shrub but '

ere I slept with mamma and I I "Wouldn't I be seared. thou hnd.! (The Makes wax all colored up that way in the south the holly ;grows into great
dandy to chew!
"Santa Claus'll Get Us. gum )
remember we bad hardly enough cog. my. what a dandy present for Fred' trees. sometimes fifty feet high. With

erlng; to keep us warm." I l I am going to ask )papa If be remem I An' when there ain't no trimmln's left its red berries it is a most picturesque
They wait until I'm
"Poor Aunt Madie! Did hers Did you gi-t just as nice Aunt goneAn' tree.
you j safe In boil l, an' then they startAn'
and wake up and see Santa Claus I'I Madie 1 tie the presents on. Mistletoe i is a parasite that takes KM

then?" "I was very happy over my presents in the Lark of other trees, such as the
"I think some kind of noise awokeme. I that morning. I did uiit lIar to make : A w. what the teacher tells I know maple and fioplar. It Is not found iu
only says to scare.
It was a beautiful night Thej i: l-elieve 't all Yon see times werep t ; That trees are meant for goody kids the northern states, but mostly in the
moonbeams that crept between th getting N'tter for us. I never had Is mostly old hot air. middle and southern, states.

curtains sat close to the shadows silently i .lilY more heartaches at Christmas after I What are known as Christmas greensor
For you can bet that ex'ry time
watching just like the shepherds j that and I learned that to stop There's lots of things for me, ground pines are very like the ferns
the first Christmas ere. You remember some other little hearts from aching is No mattel though lye often been I and mosses and grow in shady placeson

the story dear? It was so still that 1 I the best gift we can make" As bad as 1 can be! I the forest floor.

almost expected to hear That's fogy yon send me with such

sing.; Then of troupe I began; the to angels think I big bundles to the little house around ,"..,....... "...r.. .,,.......',.. .,... ...v.,'.. ,'. ,...,.., ,... ,..'.,.... ;. '.,"....,"..'.','..',...,. ;..I Christmas Boxes an Old Custom.

.f Santa Clans. I wanted and wantedto the corner Can't I give something, | 4 The bestowing of Christmas boxes fa
see him. but I was dreadfully afraid too. Auntie?" I IS YOUR BIRTHDAY ON j; of great antiquity and was formerlythe

1 would. My heart was! going pittypat "Yes indeed. Donn (>. Aunt Motile CHRISTMAS *+, bounty of well disposed persons

| wben-wbat do you suppose Donnie was aery little ;girl but do you './, 'V:, who were willing to contribute something ,
ll really saw something move in the know she will never get over being There are many predictions '; toward the industrious. Later

I earner!" ashamed tint she was: too big .1 'frail h ,. ,lf concerning the luck of those born w, the gift cam to be demanded as aright ;

"And It was Santa Claus?" cat to think of mamma's danger." : -f on Christmas day. It depends T i and became somewhat of a nuisance "

"It looked like a man. and 1 could ".\till your Santa Claus was only a :X!: somewhat on the day of the ::1; In England the day after

see by the tabbing of his lrad that he scarecrow after all!" f wt't'k.n old belief' was that :'t Christmas is known as "boxing day"from

Was coming toward me. I thought of I T I those tarn on this day. when it t, the Christmas boles which used .
Santa c I + fell on Sunday would live to be 7y to be In
Claus and 1 thought of robbers. Christmas Queries.Do I : circulation In British museams -
,{ / great lords: on Monday, would :
(and I did not know what to think. "plants" for making pretty gifts grow I can be mi boxes covered with
"What did you do. Aunt Madie up to Christmas' trees* j i I.' ) be strong and keen OH Tuesday, I-I.; green glaze, with a slit In the side for I II
And are "the sea-son's greetings" sent by strong and covetous: on Wednes- ;
"nob. tab. < and
went his j money presents.
bead anJ beseemed I
salt sons of the seas? jI '" day. wise. gay. doughty and I
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coming closer
closer !
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I1 was so scared I never Are Yule logs cut from snowdriftwood by t.; crafty: on Thursday, wise of ::
; Spreading.
|mamma at all. Yuletide washed ashore? I I speech at.d reasonable: on Friday .j
or whether 7 The
hurt she would And could you stub a mistletoe against a long lived: on Saturday :2 "spas"movement originated;
feet supposing it wasn't :lDttClauJ. parlor door "* and several years aso and has grown very
but dipped under the covers. I I prosperous. ('y rapidly recently. This name Is derived
[ down to the foot U Eve had tried from holly twigs a party h i1'H H 'S H ! +
my of tho bed""I gown to weave I _: 'H '!'H111y;> by using the initials of an organization

shut my eyes put my fingers in Do you suppose that Adam would have It formed in Chicago. It Is the Svciety
1 ears and trembled myself to sleep, called her "Christmas Ever n I Why She Is Waiting For the Prevention of Dnceces-

r the next thing: I knew something St Xlcholar m autosleigh defies police Ethel-If you are not going to accept sary (Jiving Some members of this

vy bounced upon the M. and there and laws. Mr. Kelly why don't yoi tell him to society give no pr<*>pnt at sill, while' !
t teat Christmas morale and Fred( Do regulation* as to speed contain a 'Santo -.t",1'. cuIIiLg on you? i t j others cunriiie their! gift to the Immediate .
clause! I I Clarice-I will. right after Christmas. I family. 'j

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; The Seedling Tree is a thing of the past. There is more profit for you DO NOT BE MISLEDby
in planting a budded grove, and waiting three or four years for it to come into
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-
ties. We have received as high box for Conner Prolific
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sands of acres of other seedling groves, all producing an inferior grade of fruit, 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 $3.00 to

you should protect yourself by adding new acreage of budded trees, and be- $t15 per box, f.o. b. our shipping point, and we expect to sell it next April or

come 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 make money.

Varieties For Commercial Planting THE OCKLAWAHA NURSERIES are not asking you to pay big prices for
untried varieties; they are not selling Lue Ging Gong and promises; but
Every line they carry has a distinction. Their CARNEY PARSON BROWNand they are offering you tried out and proven varieties of merit, and common-
their CONNER SEEDLESS early oranges may be marketed early at a sense 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 "any stock" would do? That a variety
was a variety and the product would be the regardless of the stock or
storing for the same,
and a long period of rest for the tree, permitting up energy
soil? If so, you have been misled. The different soils of Florida are widely
next season's crop.
varied and of highly different composition. They require different stocks, and j
. THEIR TARDIFF AND VALENCIA LATE will develop some variety or classes of fruit to perfection, while others will .

. come in after all other fruit is out of the way, and produce the fruit that be far from a success. Here the same rule applies that makes one soil suit-
brings the grower fabulous prices able for native hardwood growth and another pine, and still another aw; pal-
mettoes, or swamp growth. Again we say, do not be misled, but come to the
Ocklawaha Nurseries for advice as to stock and variety. 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 marketingsizes
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.IN the times, and removes the experimental side of the question. It makes an
l expert grower out of the novice. IT MEANS SUCCESS.

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
rieties wonders of production, of the very highest quality of fruit, and thus with all local lines through Orlando, and this is at your service. Call us at
: pave the way to the richest return to the planter.We any time from anywhere on jour 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
from an acre of six year old trees of CONNER PROLIFIC GRAPEFRUITsince all Florida, and the only large plant managed directly on the premises. .
planting, and the season of shipment from these trees has covered the Our stock is right, our prices low, and Ocklawaha Service the best in the
entire marketing period from October to June. The last gathered was goodas world.
the first, and the prices realized ($2.15 on the trees average over the four
seasons of shipment) speak for the quality. Here then are the reasons why as
OUR NEW 1914 CATALOG will be ready about January 1st.
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commercial CONNER
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Dear Sirs; Santa Claus pleasuring drum. firecrackers, horse and train. 'I Dear Santa Claus: Please bringme

me either a knife or a watch I would horn. nuts and candy doll, horsesadle. a doll and a bed and red top both

like to have the watch best but if you jack box. money bank. your nice little with a tassle No. 8. From your little '

can not get the watch Please get me friend-please bring me a story book friend, 202 West Pine St. a III

some kind of a Present I have been a bout horses. j i
Dear Santa Claus: I want you to
good boy all the year good by
little friend. Dear Santa Clous I want some bring me a present. Please bring mea ..
Your .building blocks toy town post officeto doll 2 feet high please. I have no < ,

picture books too story book. Nuts money to buy me a present for my- 1/7 'k liv !
dear Santaclaus pleas bring me a
and candy. I will hang up my stocking :self. Good night. -'
big doll and a bed for the doll and a I
by the stairway. jack in the box. -
set of dishes and red boots Witha
a top fiddle. your friend. i Dear Santa Claus: My Papa died
tassals No. 111.2 from little I
this year and we have not got moneyto

friend. Santa Claus Dear Santa I thoughtI : buy presents with so please send

ad would drite to you and tell you whatI me a boys bicycle for a present
Dear Santa Claus-I saw your want. Train, tennis ball. Stock Christmas. I will close. R. F. D. 1.
in the and decided to write to
paper farm, a small bicycle for a boy 7 Box 6.Dear.
you and tell you what I wont I wonta
old. handchiefs. Neckties
bicycle about 2ft. high and a girls years pen- s
Santa As I I don't
cil box book from--on Atlantic : am now
bysicle and a toy sowing michine think I will for Christ-
Ave. Columbia St. No. house 1011 Box get anything
from your friend. I would love for to send f
no 261 Address Mr.-Box 261 mas. you Y
Orlando. me a toy pistol and a box of shellsto
Dear Santa Claus; I am a sisterof : shoot in it, also I have 4 little

Henrietta I am seven years old, Dear Santa Clous Clefford wants a brothers and they want you to please
At school I am in the second grade I gun drum picture book blocks jack in send them something and two of them

would also like to have a pair of black the box fiddle swimming duck house said they wanted dolls and the other I f
shoes 'dear Santa Claus, size 11. U 7 .N-/IA/
sord hors eand some nuts and candy wo want two jews harps, so that is /
Your friend ______We will not be
B. R. F. No. Box. Yrs
train and cool car boat fire wagon all. From M. D. ;
able to be there at Christmas to receive -
our shoes. Could you please wheel barrow. your little friend. I tYoicc
Dear Santa: Will you give me a
tell me where I could ge tthem. Papa Roberts letter. train and cole car. big doll for Christmas Your friend,II (
drives the school
wagon. !
A. J.
boat wagon sord drum gun fire I
house duck.
Dear Santa Caus I alittle boy wagon horse, swimming
wheel barrow Dear Santa Claus, I want to
Candy and nuts you
me going a nice into Present 13 years for old a boy please of send that ture book, jack in the box, play pic-I, I bring me a little steam boat that you \\'
wind and it will around SA'
bank with a elephant. I will hang my can up run ,
and i will be glad.
age so stocking by the stairway. a ball, nuts of all kinds. H. S.

Dear Santa Claus We Just seen
Dear Santa I add in the Dear Santa Claus: I want you to
saw your ;
your ad today and I am going to tell paper and thought I would write to bring me a big doll and a big doll i ( ) utI
what I wont I wont a
you you and tell you what I want. I wanta cart, and a set of dishes and some I
little Side for me to ride on
Your frind bicycle 33 inches high. Your friend. candy. C. S.

Dear Santa I want a big doll like Dear Santa Claus: I read your
I of
Dear Santa Claus. am a girl
that at McCullochs and bedstead. Thatis letter in the paper and I thought I I plot
nine years old. We live in the coun-
would ask to bring me a few
all I want. Your friend. you
since March 1913.V live five I
try e
things. My papa has been so
miles from Orlando and two miles
Dear Santa Claus: A Steam en- much that I am afraid I wont get v
from I like it well here
Conway. very gine. Julian -. much. 1 am almost 8 years old. I I 1
but has been sick with the
Papa typhoid lon't live right in Orlando. I would

was eleven he was weeks sick seventeen in the hospital weeks and he Orlando, Fla., Dec. 15, 1913. Dear like a big doll and a work basket I,
Santa Claus: I read notice in with some needles thread and scis-
Mama has been sick also with the

would typhoid like she to was have sick a six pair weeks.of black I the you.paper I am so a I little am going girl eleven to write years to sors.(R: F. D.Your 1 Box little 44.friend, M. L. A., Beginning Monday, Dee. 22d at Montgomery Motion Picture Co's Granda

shoes size 131-2, I have four sisters old. I want a bycycle but my mothei
Dear Santa Claus, I am a boy and
and brother-Your Friend. says that would be too much. If it

one I is not please send it to me. I would would be pleased if you could bringme set of dishes and Goldie wants a Dear Santa Claus, I want you to I Orlando, Fla., Dec. 17, 1913. Dear

dear santa claus my father is dead like a book or a locket chain too. I a watch that would keep good doll and I want a Big Doll. I live on bring me a little doll and a little doll Mr. Santa Claus: Please bring me a

and i am afraid I wont get"any thing have a little sister who would like a time and some peanuts. Your friend, Columbia street by a big red barn. cart and some nuts and a music box locket and chain for my christmas,
doll-bed. If it is not to much please E. H. W. too. B. S.
for Christmas i want a little wagon I I IC. present this year. And my sister
and a boy doll my little sister about send me one of these things. I would wants a doll. We have both tryed to

three years old and my little baby ;like a bycycle best because I could Santa Claus, Bring me a train with E. R. Pine St. Dear Santa Claus: Dear Santa Claus: Bring me a toy be good all year. Good by. Merry
rail road and candy. Box 422.
brother 7 months old cant write so i ride to school on it. Hoping to hearI some Please bring me a set of tin dishes wagon to ride in and a big doll to Christmas and happy New Year to

will have to write for them my little I you and wishing you a "merry Xmas"I Dear Santa Claus: I have been and a china doll for Christmas. I play with. Your friend, E. L. you. Your loving friends.
sister wants a doll and a little broom am your devoted little friend. will kiss you. (At top).
wishing for big doll. I would tike
and my baby brother wants a pair of I Dear Santa Please i Dear Santa Claus. I am a little
I to have a big doll this Christmas. I : bring me two
Dear Santa: I want a little wheel
shoes and stockings hope you wont to ride on and I want to bring me, live at Maitland R. F. D. No. 1. V. B. Dear Santa Claus: I have tried to dolls to play with and a little go cart boy. i want a pistol and if you cant
forget us. you be send to ride her in. Your send a Pistol i want a nice toy that
I'the littlest wheel bring a good boy so please me a friend, J. L. I
you can me runs about. i have not Got
and nice boy doll. I sick any mama.
Dear Santa Claus, Will please gun
Orlando Fla. 1913 Dec. 17th. Dear and I want you to bring me this, I you
want a watch and I want a horn and[ sin me a bycicle. If you will I will now. Don't miss my brother and two Orlando, Fla., Dec. 18 1913. Dear
Santa,Claus I little girl 10 Orlando Fla Dec 18th 1913 Dear
: am
a age sisters. Your friend, Billie B. ;
be Santa Claus. I sir Santa brother
old. Please send nice ; I want you to bring me a story book very happy guess my wrote you for a Santa Clause Please send to
me a
years me a
: that will be all this time dear Santa. knife watch and I have :
d and I want to bring me some or a been
you nice
Plain Band Ring size Dress j large
one a new express wagon. some candy -
I L. P., South St. Dear Santa Claus: Please bring me wanting a watch for a long time. I (
8 and i will Be so glad send it games. nuts and apples. Your loveinjr
:is doll, nice doll carriage, have been all the
i pretty a a good year and mama i
ni cear Box 335 and i will Be sure to i friend.
itDear I Dear Santa Claus, I want a gun Dear Santa Claus: I would be glad 'sewing machine to sew my doll'sclothes. said I could write a letter to you. I

get and a set of blocks to build a church if you would send me a present. I I want knives and forks for would like a watch fine so that I j

Santa Clous here is what I and I ,want a thing that you can pull I am 7 years and have a little sister 1 my doll. I am seven years eld. F. Y. could tell time in school. Good by. (Other Santa Claus letters will be

want you to brine m* for rv-t--" back and shoots a marble and if it; '' r. and one 2 years. Cora wants; Livingston Ave. Yours trouly, -. Age 10. printed in Tuesday's Sentinel.)


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Our new Refrigerator Candy Case 1 ;. :\ an ICY-HOT Bottle or two filled with the hot i FINE CIGARS IN SMALL BOXESChristmas

will surprise you in the way it keeps .a I \, or cold beverages. Boxes in small boxes of !

candy. PARK & TILFORD, 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 .r right by the bed-orkeeps the invalid's hot stews, broths, -

: etc., hot-or cold drinks, cold. PARISIAN IVORY

4 r' AND I E 4 . 1CY-HOT CARAFE takes lace of unsanitary water FOR TilE LADIES
I Make this Pen on.1 bottle and pitcher
a ICY-HOT Jar and Ice Cream Pail a-Keep all kinds of Hand Mirrors

honor the ii food, stews, oysters, vegetables, etc., hot without fire- Triple Mirrors
desserts and cold-wIthout ice.
I. ice cream Tooth Brushes

best I know"- Hair Brushes

how : Why ICY-HOT IS Military Brushes

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It got flat sa- Note These Special ICY-HOT Bottle FeaturesProjecting Ammonia Bottles
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leaking or lot- / neck and padded spring at bottom cushions ttys filler against E Pin Trays
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THE DAILY SIDELIGHTSIt CHILDREN'S PLAY AT OPERA sowing seeds of kindness whereveryou " .i!! again in
HOUSE PRETTY AFFAIR happen to be on Christmas Day.

South Florida SentinelMORNING is about time to get out those Give something, be it ever so trifling, K KNULLFLORALCOI R I H 80 Acre Home

AND WEEKLY ancient New Year's resolutions and "Christmas With the Blue Bird to the little children to whom Christmas

JOSIAH_ FERRIS Editor_and Owntr. brighten them up for another trial.A Club" was the title of a charminglittle otherwise would mean nothing.You CUT FLOWERSOUR
friend asked the other if last in tears of from :! 6 acres in fine large trees; 6
Entered at the postoffice at Orlando. Florida us day play presented evening can keep sorrow SPECIALTYPhone I
as Second Class Mail Matter. we could tell him the difference be- the Orlando opera house by the Jun- those eyes and brighten the day a hun- 2516( TAMPA, FLA. acres in young budded fruit :

SUBSCRIPTION RATES tween a good umbrella and a New ior Civic League, and the enthusiasmof dredfold for yourself. Try it. 1111111111111 Jelil" 1111 about 10,000 nursery stock,
THE DAILY SENTINEL Year's resolution. We replied thatso the audience attested not only to (

One Year ....................$5.00 far as we are concerned there is the popularity of the young actressesbut HOLIDAY RUSH TAXESI'OSTOFFICE ',i some of which are budded; 10

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Six Months no difference, because we can not to the excellence of their enter- DEPARTMENT i poultry houses and yards; S
Three Months ............,.... 1.25 keep either one. He said another tainment. Dr. BucRmaster I
Washrington, Dec. 20.The first house in fine condition
similarity was in the fact that they Mrs. Hoskins, whose genius for i room ;
.,. SUNDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1913. holiday season under the parcel post
.both look very much more attractive planning unique and attractive pro- system is taxing the postoffice department I three beautiful lake fronts: 700
when they are new. has times been demon- Osteopathic Physician
Now, you must remember that we I grams many to its utmost. Should delivery boxes fruit; 2 cows; 50 pure
told you to shop early.o strated, won new laurels last even- b? delayed because of the con- 132 Orange Avenue :
I This is a fast and reckless age, and ing as the authoress of "Christmas bred chickens, and some tools
-- gestion next week Postmaster Gen- :
The local force of the JacksonvilleNews I people are spending money without With the Blue Bird"-and the bright eral Burleson will have cards of no- Next door to People's Bank, included in sale if taken soon
stint. One of our neighbors .told us lines of the play were admirably
seems to be weak. The new tification sent to consignees of delayed up-stairs. Acute and chronic I Price 8000. Terms is
last evening that he had about decided adapted to the use of the league, neces-
venture has a battery of printing ma- packages. diseases treated.Telephone .
terial and a strong force of editors. I to buy a pound of beefsteak for which, through them, expressed the i i sary.

The apparent need is for writers who I his family's Christmas dinner. I glad message of Christmas-tide. I Subscribe for the Sentinel. 578.
The scene opened in the studio of Conner $ Atha
know how to get the news. .
North Blue Bird Club where the - - - .-w
0 I Up in the cold about this ;the members i r

Secretary Daniels scored the reac- I time of the year, it is a common joke were planning to raise a fund :; 11111"IIIIIIIIIIIIIII"III "O'llltt alt I"llt'l 114 ORANGE AVENUE

tionaries at the recent annual dinner to say, "How would you like to be the for making the season a happy one I I
coal ?" in Floridawe children less fortunate than them-
Here for
; man sunny ,
.. of the North Carolina society in New Orlando Florida
still continue the July joke and selves-and particularly "Ragged 1 -
York. He declared that the "hysteria" -
inquire "How would you like to be Bess," whose winsomeness had attracted I
which is being complained of by 1253m.MtHtMltHHItlMillHI.
the ice man?" their attention. Then followed Notice to Auto Oner I
the conservatives is real Democracy. talk between Bess and ((5
Every fellow who is on the job is cer- a lively -- -- -- --
We believe there is who discuss Santa
is.the honestly more some newsboys,
tain that his brand simon pure.
o pleasure in giving Christmas gifts Claus; later eight tiny Santa Claus :
than there is in receiving them, and men appearing to surprise the urch- R. L. HOLLANDwill
Young Robert Taft, son of the ex-
president, has passed the bar exami- we trust all of our readers will prac- ins. Scene 1 of the second act shows Supreme Auto Oil
tice this divine rule. We are particularly Mrs. B. Calm, a wealthy business
nation at Columbus, 0., at the head of recover old Auto or Buggy
his class. His distinguished father in need of a new hat, a dressed woman, scolding her servants for I your ;

did the same thing when'he took the turkey, and a seven passenger touring wishing to decorate the house, and Tops. Make your Back and Cushion : : The oil that has :
examination. So far Robert is doingas car of any good manufacture.The declaring that Christmas should not

well as his father did, and thoughhe be observed. She declines to help the I Slip Covers and Auto Top dust : stood the su
may never be president he can at Times-Union says: "Aboutthe Blue Bird Club, and the girls plot to
least make his mark.o middle of next month Jacksonville overcome her indifference. Mrs. B. covers. New top or cushion work for preme test
will be invaded by an army of Calm dreams of former happy holi-

Mrs. L. Brackett Bishop, a suffragist commission men." Any one who has days, and awakes with a kinder feel- .carriages and buggies at reasonable --== THAT- -

of Chicago, is going to try a ever been in busy Jacksonville carrying ing for those around her. Then, bya
novel experiment by adopting fifteen with him a few hundred or a few clever ruse, the club girls makeit prices. All work and material guar- :

children of nationalities. thousand dollars that he might possibly appear that Bess saves Mrs. B.
The name of as Bishop many will be given tan o I invest in Jacksonville real estate, Calm's silver from a burglar, and anteed by T. M. Coppedge, Trimmer ; GOOD Gulf Gasoline

Ethiopian, an Arab, a Jap, a Malay , has soon discovered that there is a Mrs. B. Calm is so delighted that she

a German, an Italian, and so I "small army of commission men" aids in making the girls' entertain
until the fifteen is complete. We right on duty all the time. And every ment a success, the play concludingwith -ATR.1. -

may expect to hear speedily of a dis- last one of them owns an auto- a merry chorus.A .
ruption of the House of Bishops. mobile that he uses for nothing else very pretty little duet was sung
\ o except to carry people around the by Miss Hazel Overstreet and Mas- l. HOLLAND CARRIAGE[ s SHOP r : P. G. WALTON, Agt.

Read the letters to Santa Claus city to look at real estate. Any prospective ter Richard Woodruff, and several

published in this issue of the Senti customer can have free rides dances were introduced during the

nel. Some of them are touching, and from Ortega to the ostrich farm and evening.The I PHONES 450269I

r all make an appeal that can not fail from Moncrief to 'steenth street, every committee from the Civic
to move. Contributions to the Santa i day in the week for a month or League who arranged the play, Mrs. 4IMMMIMMMniMtHIMillllMMMMtl ''HIM I

Claus fund may be left at the Senti-: two, and he will not have tired out Hoskins, Mrs. Jas. Laughlin II., Mrs.S. .

; nel office. Santa wants to supply all the "commission men" nor had an op- A. Johnson and Miss Mahady, were

the demands of the little ones. Be portunity to see more than half of ably assisted by Mr. Max Smith's orchestra -

generous and help Santa Claus make the real bargains that are lying I which played between the

the babies happy, and you'll be happy around loose. They come the nearsetto acts and also accompanied the cho- Our New Holiday StockOffer

f yourself. being animated tireless perpetual

o motion of any class of human beings rus.The participants in "Christmas

tt.t. Huerta is to give Mexico a demonstration that exist in the South. With the Blue Bird Club" were: in great variety really desirable and useful presents for
i "Mrs. Dorris B. Calm," Lillian
f of Sherman's march to the
r sea. It was Sherman's boast that a Mayor Swearingen of Jacksonvillesays i Jones; "Josephine," Dorothy Chal- people of all ages and is a most popular stock in every respect

crow flying over the trail he left he is not afraid of the city coun- fant; "Bridget," Madeline Allen; of choice selections
because its trustworthy values and fair
r would have to take its own provisions cil nor any other political organization. "Ragged Bess," Helen Hoskins; Club ,

f,. to live. This is what the South Van seems to possess bravery Girls-"Laura," Eileen Vivian; "Dora prices If you are asking where you can buy the best and
suffered nearly half a century ago. above the average. Perhaps he is ," Bessie Allen; "Myrtle," Marjorie -

f t; As bad as conditions are in Mexico just the man to go down into Mexico Davis; "Fann," Henrietta Rock; cheapest this season you will get your answer by looking

: they are not as bad as that, and and quell Huerta, Villa et al. "Mary," Sophie Lockhart; "Gladys,"
"' through our large and superior line of attractions and
f Huerta will be the fiend incarnate Ruby Thompson; Urchins-"Harry, com-

that he is pictured. if he succeeds in CHURCH HOME AND HOSPITAL Gertrude Davis; "Joe," Adelma Giles; qualities and prices with others.
duplicating Sherman's campaign of RECEIVES MANY GIFTS "Tom," Catherine Badger; "Dick," pare
k devastation. Hildreth Badger; Santa Claus Men-
The following gentlemen have most
'r, 0 kindly remembered the needs of the Elizabeth Overstreet, Helen Ives,
: Donovan of Lois Fuller, Carol Dowe, Lloyd Davis,
Representative Con-
Church Home and Hospital and have T The Virtue of Reasonable Prices
necticut, with whom Representaive sent that institution the following Blanche Salomon, Mary Warner"

Hobson of Alabama had a warm tilt gifts for Christmas-tide: Mr. Oscar Gladys Nye; \Iemories-"Bab'hood,
the floor of the house has Dorothy Fuller, Helen Way, Sarah
on recently,
land[ a soup kettle; Mr. Guernsey,
challenged the Alabama man to a a tea kettle; Mr. N. P. Yowell, a pairof Stagg; "Childhood," Carol Dowe. is never never neglected You will find it in connecrion with

debate a representative on the subject, "Is from the congress absenceof blankets; Mr. B. Ives, notions; "Maidenhood Frances McAmy," Helen, Grace Way,Warlow Sarah; Honest Goods and Genuine Met it throughout our Beautiful

f Messrs. Curtis & O'Neal, a pair of
honest and justifiable?" Mr. Hobsonwas salt and pepper shakers; Messrs. Stagg; "Widowhood," Frances }Ic- Stock which is unexcelled in Variety and Quality
challenged to take the affirma- Hammond Amy, Mary Warner, Lloyd Davis, ,
& Gore, a set of knives,
:. tive, in view of the charge made by forks and spoons; Mr. Turner Evans, Grace Warlow.
the other that Hobson was in his seat dozen
one orange spoons; Mr. Yan-
,l only seven days of the eight months cey, fruit and delicacies.The SHARE YOUR CHRISTMAS.
extra session. Mr. Hobson will floun-
generous givers of Orlando
der around in trying to explain his need only to be reminded of the valueof
t Amid all and of
the happiness joys
Other members in the
are such T.U.Evansthe
contributions to the work of Jeweler
boat. the Merry Christmas season think: of
same It doesn't matter what this institution to stir
within them
those less fortunate-of those whom
they say, the fact remains simplythat the divine of
impulse giving. Any the sun of plenty has failed to shine
their is in the halls of
duty congress -
gifts to the Home and
whenever is in Hospital carrying -1 upon during the past twelve months. OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE
congress with them
the spirit of Christ Think of the heartaches that will bo
sion. That's what
they are paid for, I
p mas will be most gladly received.
theirs on Christmas morning; think
; and that's where they are expecte I
to be. iof the tear-stained faces of the little EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING

; v i DOES YOUR SCALP ITCH? children weeping because Santa Claus

If one bottle Davis' Hair Remedy I could not call at their homes. Half]
About a year ago the Jacksonvill:!
doesn't cure we'll give your money lof your pleasure at Christmas will be
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board of trade became impatient fo I
back. Estes Pharmacy sells it. derived.from making others happy,
; city docks, and started
an agitatio I
12-9-tf '!from sharing your good fortune and I-
which resulted in a call of an ext L

1}. session of the legislature to enact s J Ji II I I Last :Xmas: Call
i bill authorizing a bond issue of a mil
lion and a half for such purposes.

i Many doubted the propriety of calling New Studebakers are HereFour I MILLINERY, COATS AND COAT SUITS

a special session at the behest ofa I .

single municipality, and others won- Cylinder, Five Passenger TouringCar I $32.50 to $55.00 Suits at . . . .$15.00 $22.:>0 to $30.00 Suits at . . . .510.00
dered why Jacksonville couldn't wait $1.115.Four .
; for a month or two until the regular HONESTLY THIS IS Nf JOKE-WE MEAN BUSINESS
r session of the legislature convened, Cylinder Landau-Roadster, $1,265.

but no! Jacksonville must have its Six Cylinder, Six Passenger Touring Car. XMAS GIFTS
docks right now. In due time the 1,640. .
bond issue was voted and the dock

commissioners elected, but Jacksonville Prices f.o.b. Orlando.All I THE BIG CUT AT THE RIGHT TIME. WE CAN ONLY QUOTE A FEW SPECIALS

hasn't any docks yet, nor have Cars fully equipped with Electric Lights and I II

any bonds been sold, and Mr. H. Bis- starter..-and every up-to-day equipment. Come I :35c. Handkerchiefs at . . . . . . .?...)c. 65c. and 75c. values I at. . . . . . 19c.I .

bee, one of the commissioners in a around and them.
public statement says that the time see I All others in proportion. Neckwear in real Cluny, Irish and Filet. Beautiful Rhinestone -

when the bonds may be sold is re- i Robes Mesh Hand Silk Underwear
and Embossed Bags, Bags, Kayser and
mote, and the probability of Jacksonville -
t having public docks is indefinitely San Juan Garage Co. !, McCollum Silk Hosiery.AI .
f suspended. This is all charge-

able to the condition of the bond mar- All Night Service 1
l ket and the legal inhibition which 1i i
E. :CvES
prevents the sale of the bonds at a --

( less figure than and accrued in-I i
par AJAX TIRES 5000
guaranteed miles Five
: t?rcst. Now it looks as if Jackson per cent off for cash. : The Christmas Shopping Place A
villethrew away a goodly sum of
I money by its impatience. i ti

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CHILDREN'S PLAY AT OPERA sowing seeds of ..
THE DAILY : I I Bagain in
HOUSE PRETTY AFFAIR you happen to be

South Florida SentinelMORNING It is about time to get out those Give something, be l CO1 I : 80 Acre Home
ancient New Year's resolutions and "Christmas With the Blue Bird to the little children .
JOSIAH FERRIS. Editor brighten them up for another trial.A Club" was the title of a charminglittle mas otherwise .
-- - - - ndjntr : : 6 acres in fine large trees 6
the other if last in You keep tears ;
Entered at the postoffice at Orlando. FlorIda friend asked us day play presented evening can
u Second Class Mail Matter. we could tell him the difference between the Orlando opera house by the Jun. those eyes and : acres in young budded fruit:
) FLA. J
SUBSCRIPTION RATES a good umbrella and a New ior Civic League, and the enthusiasmof dredfold for ) ,I
about 10,000 nursery stock,
THE DAILY SENTINEL Year's resolution. We replied thatso the audience attested not only to Sentinel."P' ,

Ole Year ....................$5.00 far as we are concerned there is the popularity of the young actressesbut HOLIDAY RUSH "I some of which are budded; 10

Six Months ................... 2.50 no difference, because we can not to the excellence of their entertainment POSTOFFICE II poultry II I houses and yards; 8
Three Months ................. 1.25 keep either one. He said another I I
Washrington, house in fine condition
similarity was in the fact that they Mrs. Hoskins, whose genius for I room ;
SUNDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1913. holiday season
both look very much more attractive planning unique and attractive programs system is taxing I three beautiful lake fronts; 700

Now, you must remember that we I when they are new. has many times been demonstrated partment to its boxes fruit; 2 cows; 50 purebred

told you to shop early. I won new laurels last even- livery ba delayed
o This is a fast and reckless age, and ing as the authoress of "Christmas gestion next week i chickens, and some tools,

The local force of the JacksonvilleNews people are spending money without With the Blue Bird"-and the bright eral Burleson will Bank, included in sale if taken soon
stint. One of our neighbors .told us lines of the play were admirably I
seems to be weak. The new tification sent to j chron- 8000. Terms is neces
last evening that he had about decided adapted to the use of the league, I Trice
venture has a battery of printing material layed packages. i
and a strong force of editors. to buy a pound of beefsteak for which, through them, expressed the 'I sary. i I II Ii
his Christmas dinner. of Christmas-tide.
family's glad message
The apparent need is for writers who Subscribe for the I
The scene opened in the studio of Atha
know how to get the news.o Cooper
- Up in the cold North about this the Blue Bird Club, where the members J.I I J. i

time: of the year, it is a common joketo were planning to raise a fund 'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII iillllllI
Secretary Daniels scored the reactionaries J.I ++ 114 ORANGE AVENUE
at the recent annual dinnerof say, "How would you like to be the for making the season a happy one I i
coal ?" Here in Floridawe for children less fortunate than them- ;0
man sunny I
the North Carolina society in New : Orlando Florida
still continue the July joke and selves-and particularly "RaggedBess -
York. lIe declared that the "hysteria" : I
"How would like be whose winsomeness had attracted
inquire you to -
which is being complained of by 1253m.jHmtMIMHIIHIIilMH.
the ice man?" their attention. Then followed Notice tO Auto Oner
the conservatives is real Democracy.
talk between Bess and
a lively I
Every fellow who is on the job is certain 1
We believe there is who discuss Santa
honestly more some newsboys, I
that his brand is-the simon pure.
o pleasure in giving Christmas gifts Claus; later eight tiny Santa Claus I
than there is in receiving them, and men appearing to surprise the urch R. L. HOLLANDwill i
Young Robert Taft, son of the ex- :
president, has passed the bar examination -I I we trust all of our readers will practice ins. Scene 1 of the second act shows i Supreme Auto Oil i

at Columbus, 0., at the head of this divine rule. We are particularly Mrs B. Calm, a wealthy business recover old Auto or Buggy
his class. His distinguished father in need of a new hat, a dressed woman, scolding her servants for your

did the same thing when'he took the turkey; and a seven passenger touring wishing to decorate the house, and Tops. Make your Back and Cush- The oil that has
examination. So far Robert is doing car of any good manufacture.The declaring that Christmas should not

as well as his father did, and thoughhe be observed. She declines to help the I ion Slip Covers and Auto Top dust stood the supreme
may never be president he can at Times-Union says: "Aboutthe Blue Bird Club, and the girls plot to I ,
least make his mark. middle of next month Jackson. overcome her indifference. Mrs. B. covers. New top or cushion work for test
ville will be invaded by an army ol: Calm dreams of former happy holidays -
Mrs. L. Brackett Bishop, a suffragist commission men." Any one who ha i and awakes with a kinder feel carriages and buggies at reasonable -- == THAT -

of Chicago, is going to try a ever been in busy Jacksonville carrying . ing for those around her. Then, by
novel experiment by adopting fifteen with him a few hundred or a few. a clever ruse, the club girls make prices. All work and material guaranteed -
thousand dollars that he might possibly , it that Bess saves Mrs. B.
children of nationalities.The appear
as many
Goo Gulf Gasoline
name of Bishop will be given I to invest in Jacksonville real estate,, Calm's silver from a burglar, and by T. M. Coppedge, TrimmerHIMIIMIMMMIMIMMMi

an Ethiopian, an Arab, a Jap, a Malay has soon discovered that there is a I, Mrs. B. Calm is so delighted that she
a German, an Italian, and so "small army of commission men" aids in making the girls' entertainment ,
until the fifteen is complete. We right on duty all the time. And ev, a success, the play concluding -AT-

may expect to hear speedily of a disruption ery last one of them owns an auto, with a merry chorus.
of the House of mobile that he uses for nothing else A very pretty little duet was sung
o Bishops. except to carry people around the: by Miss Hazel Overstreet and Master R. L HOLLAND CARRIAGE f s SHOP r : P. G. WALTON, Agt.

Read the letters to Santa Claus city to look at real estate. Any prospective Richard Woodruff, and several

published in this issue of the Senti customer can have free rides dances were introduced during the
PHONES 450-269
nel. Some of them are touching, and from Ortega to the ostrich farm and evening.The .
from Moncrief to 'steenth street committee from the Civic
all make an appeal that can not fail every
to move. Contributions to the Santa day in the week for a month or League who arranged the play, Mrs. I

Claus fund may be left at the Sentinel two, and he will not have tired out Hoskins, Mrs Jas. Laughlin II., Mrs.

office. Santa wants to supply all the "commission men" nor had an opportunity S. A. Johnson and Miss Mahady, were -

the demands of the little ones. Be to see more than half of ably assisted by Mr. Max Smith's orchestra .

generous and help Santa Claus make the real bargains that are lying which played between the
the babies happy, and you'll)) be happy around loose. They come the nearsetto acts and also accompanied the cho New Holiday StockOffer
yourself. being animated tireless perpetual
o motion of any class of human beings rus.The participants in "Christmas

f Huerta is to give Mexico a demon- that exist in the South. With the Blue Bird Club" were: in great variety really desirable and useful presents for

stration of Sherman's march to the "Mrs. Dorris B. Calm," Lillian
sea. It was Sherman's boast that a Mayor Swearingen of Jacksonvillesays Jones; "Josephine," Dorothy Chal people of all ages and is a most popular stock in every respect

crow flying over the trail he left he is not afraid of the city council fant; "Bridget," Madeline Allen; because of its choice selections trustworthy values and fair
would have to take its own provisions nor any other political organization. "Ragged Bess," Helen Hoskins; Club ,

to live. This is what the South Van seems to possess bravery Girls-"Laura," Eileen Vivian; "Dora prices. If you are asking where you can buy the best and
suffered nearly half a century ago above the average. Perhaps he is ," Bessie Allen; "Myrtle," Marjorie .
As bad as conditions are in Mexico just the man to go down into Mexico Davis; "Fann," Henrietta Rock; cheapest this season you will get your answer by looking

they are not as bad as that, and and quell Huerta, Villa et al.! 'Mary; ," Sophie Lockhart; "Gladys)
through our large and superior line of attractions and
Urchins com-
Huerta will be the fiend incarnatethat Ruby Thompson; -'Harry, I

he is pictured if he succeeds in CHURCH HOJIEXD HOSPITAL Gertrude" Davis; "Joe," Adelma"Giles"; I pare qualities and prices with others.
duplicating Sherman's campaign of RECEIVES MANY GIFTS "Tom, Catherine Badger;

devastation. I The following__ gentlemen _have__' _most____. lildreth Badger; Santa Claus Men-I

; Representative o Donovan of Con- Church kindly remembered Home np and Hospital the needs and of have the Lois Elizabeth Fuller,Overstreet Carol Dowe, Helen Lloyd Davis, T The Virtue of Reasonable' Prices

e necticut, with whom Representaive sent that institution the followinggifts Blanche Salomon, Mary Warner"
Hobson of Alabama had a warm tilt for Christmas-tide: Mr. Oscar Gladys Nye; 1'lemories-"Babyhood,
the floor of the house has Dorothy Fuller, Helen Way, Sarah
on challenged the Alabama man to a a Hand tea,kettle a soup; Mrs kettle N. P.; Mr.Yowell Guernsey, a pairof Stagg; "Childhood," Carol Dowe, is never never neglected You will! find it in connection with

debate on the subject, "Is the absence blankets; Mr. B. Ives, notions; Frances McAmy, Grace Warlow; Honest Goods and Genuine Mel it throughout our Beautiful
of from "Maidenhood, Helen Way, Sarah
t a representative congress
Messrs. Curtis & O'Neal, a pair of
honest and justifiable?" Mr. Hobson: salt and pepper shakers; Messrs. Stagg; "Widowhood," Frances Mc Stock which is unexcelled in Variety and Quality
I Amy, Mary Warner, Lloyd Davis, ,
was challenged to take the affirmative -
Hammond[ & Gore, a set of knives,
in view of the charge made by forks and spoons; Mr. Turner Evans, Grace Warlow.
f- the other that Hobson was in his seat dozen
one orange spoons; Mr. Yan-
k f only seven days of the eight months cey, fruit and delicacies.The SHARE YOUR CIIRlST I.\S.
extra session. Mr. Hobson will flounder ,
of Orlando
generous givers

l I same absences.around boat.Other in It trying doesn't members to matter explain are in what the his this need such institution only contributions to be reminded to the of the work valueof of the Amid Merry all Christmas the happiness season and think joys of of TI [vans the JewelerOPPOSITE

to stir within them those less fortunate-of those whom ,
the fact remains
they say, simply the divine
impulse giving.
Any the of has failed to shine
t sun plenty
that their is in the halls of
duty congress -
the Home
gifts to
and Hospital carrying -1
I the twelve monihs.
r whenever upon during past POSTOFFICE
is in
i congress ses
with them
the spirit of Christmas Think of the heartaches that will bo
f sion. That's what they are paid for, will be most gladly received. i I
I II theirs Christmas think
on morning;
and that's where they are expectedto I
be. i of the tear-stained faces of the little EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING
DOES YOUR SCALP ITCH? I I children weeping because Santa Claus

o If one bottle Davis' Hair Remedy I i could not call at their homes. Half 1
About a the Jacksonville
year ago doesn't cure we'll give your money i''of your pleasure at Christmas will be .....
board of trade became impatient for
back. Estes Pharmacy sells it. I derived making others happy,:
city docks, and started an agitation -
12-9-tf !!I from sharing your good fortune and J!) -
which resulted in a call of an extra

session of the legislature to enact a - Last :Xmas:: Call
bill authorizing a bond issue of a million -

and a half for such purposes.
New Studebakers HereFour
Many doubted the propriety of calling are f MILLINERY, COATS AND COAT SUITS

a special session at the behest ofa .

single municipality, and others won Cylinder. Five Passenger Touring I 532.50 to $55.00 Suits at . . . $15.00 $2150 to $30.00 Suits at . . . .$10.00
dered why Jacksonville couldn't wait Car h I,115. !
for a month or two until the regular I HONESTLY THIS IS NO JOKE-WE MEAN BUSINESS
session of the legislature convened, Four Cylinder Landau-Roadster, 1265.

but no! Jacksonville must have its Six Cylinder, Six Passenger Touring Car, XMAS GIFTSTHE
docks right now. In due time the 1
w 1,640.}
bond issue was voted and the dock I

commissioners elected, but Jacksonville Prices f.o.b. Orlando. f BIG CUT AT THE RIGHTTDIE.VE CAN ONLY QUOTE A FEW SPECIALS

hasn't any docks yet, nor have All Cars fully equipped with Electric Lights and I ....
any bonds been sold, and Mr. II. Bis- starter...and every up-to-day equipment. Come :35c. Handkerchiefs at . . . . . 25c. 65c. and .ac. values I at. . . . . . 19C.
bee, one of the commissioners in a I
around and them.
public statement says that the time see I All others in proportion. Neckwear in real Cluny, Irish and Filet. Beautiful Rhinestone -

when the bonds may be sold is remote I !I and Embossed Robes, Mesh Bags, Hand Bags, Silk Underwear, Kayser and
and the probability of Jacksonville I i
San Juan Garage Co.i McCollum Silk Hosiery.
having public docks is indefinitely

suspended. This is all charge

able to the condition of the bond market All Night Service

, ", and the legal inhibition which I .A.EIOt'r: : E. :CvES
prevents the sale of the bonds at a --
less figure than par and accrued interest AJAX TIRES guaranteed 5000 miles Five "
Now it looks as if Jacksonville I The Christmas Shopping Place
per cent off for cash, 1
threw away a goodly sum of
}{ money by its impatience. ir.


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Candies e a Tifrom MISS H

When' buying Christmas Candies it is like buying K Santa These Bargains

everything else, you want the best. I

I Make the men folks

And when you open. a package of Butt's Choc- \ . happy with a present Removal SaleLadies'

; ; olates your "sweet tooth," which delights in that ; j4.T' they can enjoy. The

; ; keen rich flavor of perfect.:confection, will be gratified ; I c '- man who comes downstairs

I ,fir' lr Christmas morning -
beyond expression.
; |
and findsA Turn orVelts

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

LUCERNE CIRCLEWAITING $3.50 Pumps, one strap, gun metal . . . . . . .$2.39
; go to
$too Pumps, one strap, tan . . . . . . . . . .$2.69

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

$2.50 Shoes, kid . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$1.88
KNDYKITCHEN"The [ Will know that someone has been thinking of his happiness -
: BUTT'S $1.00 Pumps, satin . . . . . . . . . . . .. . .$2.29
j during the excitement of gift-buying. And he'llalso

know that "someone" has taken the trouble to find Men's

out the kind of cigar he likes-a Mild, Full-Flavored, I

Home of Quality" i iUMMMMMIiilllMHIIiHMHi \ Rich-Tasting cigar that is as full of Fine Aroma as : $5.00 Florsheim, tan or black . . . . . . ... . .$3.65

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

-:/iii. 4ttllMillt MIMIttltMllllliillMilllllMIHMMIl'' : $3.50 Patent or tan Shoes . . . . . . . .. . . .$2.65

1 - -- M One Lot $5.00 Florsheims . . . . . . . . . . .$2.95:

STUDENTS COMING AND TEA FOR BISHOP AND $5.00; Florsheims, Oxfords . . . . .. . . . . .$2.9J:
Cash Registers. Warman fixes 'em
I on Court street 12-5-tf GOING FOR TilE HOLIDAYS MRS. GRAY $3.50 Fellowcraft, Oxfords . . . . . . .... .. .$3.15

WADE Only three more shopping days to One Lot Oxfords, all leathers . . . . . . . . . .$2.15
THE TUNER I The past week has been a particularly :Monday: afternoon at the Episcopal

ORLANDO.FLA.Mr. when Christmas-use selecting those Christmas to your profit busy one for our students,I rectory the members of the Ladies' Sale Prices are for CASH only
J your presents over examinations and various extras Guild and other friends called to see

man's by"Store doing of your Satisfaction.trading at Board-I before dismissal for the eagerly an-I Bishop and Mrs. Gray, who are pleas- : Get the habit of watching our windows.
ticipated two weeks' holiday. antly remembered here in religious .
E. E. Wheeler, of Erie, Pa., is Mr. Samuel Thompson arrived last The boarding pupils of the Cathedral -.and social circles. They came over :

registered at the San Juan. night from Salsburgh, Pa., where he school, and also one or two mem-! from Orlando with the Mendelssohn :

Don't forget H. Kanner's sale is I is attending college, to spend the hol- bers of the faculty have departed to i Club, of which they are members. : E. G DuckworthFEET
still going on. 21.3t idays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. spend the vacation at their homes; -DeLand Record. I

Mr. James T. Hamilton, of Meridian Thomas Thompson, on South :Main while the incoming trains have

: Miss., is spending today in Or- street. brought a number of our Orlando MABEL PAIGE COMES TO
lando. The trouble of selecting your young people who are attending LUCERNE NEXT WEEK : FITTER

Christmas gifts turned into a pleasure schools elsewhere, all of them rejoic-
Mr. R. G. Corode, of Johnstown,
Pa., is among the late arrivals at the when trading at Boardman's ing over their return to town, where The :Mabel: Paige company will : Orlando FloridaMMIIilltlMIIHMMIIIIMIIIIIIMIIIIIIIliiiiiiitf
"Store of Satisfaction." they are gladly welcomed by many ,
San Juan. hold the boards at the Lucerne all of '

For Christmas novelties visit H. Mr. and Mrs. K. A. Wells arrived friends. next week. The reputation of the : .

Kanner's New York Bargain Store. yesterday afternoon from St. Paul, Among these students who have ar- company is well known, and first ,.
Minn., and will spend the winter with rived are Miss Mary McCullough, who. class performances are guaranteed. i
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Senator J. E. Buxton, on Lucerne Cir- attends a college in Grove City, 1 The Monday night bill will be "When II
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Smith, of Miss Gayle Davis, from the National
cle. Mrs. Wells is the daughter of I Mary Took a Chance. I:
Montgomery, Ala., are ,spending today .Senator Buxton and this is her third Park Seminary, Washington, D. C.; LoanLoans
I' to
in Orlando, guests of the San Money
winter in Orlando. Allen C. Jones and Samuel. Thompson FAVORITE THEATER MONDAY ':
Juan. from Salburgh, Pa.; George Pat-
Shoes-Shoes-just received a big "Wrong Road" (Rex). Drama. I:
Mrs. E. C. Hall, of Rockford, Ind., terson, from a military school in
supply, in all styles, for ladies, men, "Civilized and Savage" (Imp..I) :
arrived in Orlando last night and will Asheville, N. C.; Kendrick Guernsey,
misses, boys and children. And we Drama II
probably spend the season in this I from the University of Pennsylvania,I in sums of$500 to $3000
sell them during this sale at 25 per "Binks Ends the War" (Rex)
vicinity. Philadelphia; Randolph Cobb, from
I cent off. II. Kanner's New York Bar- Comedy.
The young people are looking for- gain Store. 21.3t the University of the South, Sewanee,I I ; on IMPROVED INSIDE property for

ward to the dance which will be given Tenn.; Charlie Rock; DeLaney Way, "
"Whispering Bill" Spear, the gen- Only three more days to think of : | a term of FIVE
by the Elks on Christmas evening in from the Georgia Military College,. years. Principal
what to Mother? Father? Sis- '
tleman from Orlando with the small give .
Walter Tucker from
their home. near Atlanta; ,
voice, is in the city looking after the the Bailey Military College, S. C.1 I,ter? Brother for Christmas-LetBoardman's : and interest payable in monthly
Just received a big supply of Boys' of "Store of Satisfaction"help
a large amount of
delivery nursery
and Allison Palmer, from Asheville,
1othing-waist and knee pants-and I I stock ordered earlier in the yea, andis N. C.Mr.. I you out-they are eminently : instalments
will sell them at sacrifice prices. H.Kanner's .
being warmly greeted by his many and Mrs. C. G. Mcllvaine, who qualified. :
New York Bargain Store. friends. He is a gentleman who I
own a beautiful home on Lake Lucerne
21-3t might easily be mistaken fo* San+a but are not occupying it this "GET THE HAm]'"' I s.JV.A

Misses Vester L. and Alice T. Claus, both on account "cf his looks, winter, have arrived with the young For the convenience of the busy!

Grimes arrived in Orlando last night and his liberality, which accounts in, students of their household to spend J merchant as well as the busy shopperwe MtllHtMIIMIMIimMOMt*' ." "

from Paw Paw, Mich. They are located no small measure for nis popularity., I the holidays here, their daughters, have decided to establish in con: 'illl'III I.eleltl"II"I"I'III"'II'I'I'III"- '.

at the San Juan. Lakeland'Telegram.Don't Misses Lou and Mary, coming from:nection with our regular meal service -I

Mr. E. P. Hyer, who is attending forget that one of the most: the Cathedral school in Washington,I a merchant's quick lunch, at the Christmas Present Free
the Florida Military academy at acceptable Christmas gifts is Hosiery' D. C., and Mr. Greer Mcllvaine from nominal price of 23 cents, served

Jacksonville, arrived last night tospend -and the "Eiffel" for preferencethe -. Port Deposit, Ind. from 11 to 2 and from 5 to 7. ;

the holidays at home. special line 3 pairs for one.dol The famous Handsome China

Mr. James L. Hazel, who recently lar-for man or woman, to be had I TO THE ORLAND CAFE. I
CHILDRENOF Cup and Saucer
sold his home on Irma street, left only at Boardman's "Store of Sat. ALL AGES: Follow the crowds. 12-20-2t

last night with his mother and brother isfaction." You are invited to the Christmas i
Call and
for his former home in Kansas :tree, on North Main street, oppositethe LET US KNOW ABOUT I see themOur

City, Mo. DON FERAXDOU, court house, next Friday evening,i THAT TURKEYLet I
'at seven o'clock. I
Miss Sarah Slemons has returned
Who has been singing at the Grand I The tree will be electrically lighted,. us know about that turkey you l j
home from a summer spent in eastern stock of Xmas Goodies has arrived
want for Christmas dinner, and I and we
this last week, will sing for the Meth- 'with a star at the top, to remind us
Tennessee with friends, having spent 'I' if possible tell us or call us up by are prepared to supply with Nuts Mince
odist church at 11 this morning. This of the star of the Christ-child in Monday. We have some fine ones.I you Meat
two weeks with her sisterin I
the past gentleman is one of the best singers Bethlehem. Some large, some small, but all fat I Figs, Dates, Raisins, Currants, Fruits, Plum Pud-
Jacksonville, Mrs. Richard P. that Orlando people have had the Around the body of the tree will be:and fine. No Christmas dinner is ding, Fruit Cake, etc., for thatCHRISTMAS
Marks.If i complete without a turkey. Tell us!
pleasure of hearing, and the membersof Indian
an wigwam, upon some and we will do the balance. II.1..'
you want dainty gifts for Christmas the Methodist church feel very of the presents will be hung. Self & Co. 21-lt DINNER

at reasonable prices, go to the grateful to him and the Montgomery The presents will be distributed by
Woman's Exchange; also while there people for the compliment. eight little Santa Claus children in W. T. ENTRICAN

leave your order for plum puddingsr costume. :Makes: a specialty of painting, papering
mince pies "like mother made." TOMORROWThe Mayor Reynolds and Mayorf-elect Phone,refinishing 636. floors, furniture 12-21-lm, etc. r THE SANITARY GROCERY

]'-19-tC Sperry are expected to be present,

DeLaney Way arrived last night I Tea and Rest Room will serve and for each of them I shall have a Eat what you want. CARUTHERS & GORE

from College Park, Gal!, where he I about the best luncheon yet, between small gift. Eat all you want.
:I'the hours of 12 and 2. An attractive May all have Christ Take a postscript and forget it.
has been attending Georgia Military, you a happy all Phone 200 6 & 8 Pine Street.IY .
academy. He will spend the holidays!;i menu will be ready for all comers. mas. Your friend, For by druggists.ll-SO-diw-lm i

at home and then return to his stud- \i'!Gentlemen especially invited. Prompt I SANTA CLAUS.

ies. )'service, palatable and well prepared GOOD MORNING I CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.Christmas .
.food. Try it once.
II Eat what want.
Mrs. Harry DeLaney, Jr., whose i)l Eat all you you want. Have you dandruff? If one bottle "I'I'I "I..e"I"'I'I..t'II""IOI"'I'
husband is manager of the Montgomery I Take and it. Davis' Hair Remedy does not cure it
a postscript forget
Mr. W. T. Entrican and ,
; family
Grand theater, arrived last night have moved from I I For sale by all druggists. you get your money back. Estes .1.1..11"11111.1..1.1,11111.,1.1.11111111.1. . ..
Chicago to Orlando
from Green Cove Springs. She was I I ll-30-d&w-lm Pharmacy sells it. 12-9-tf I
;Ito make their home. Mr. Entrican is j
accompanied by Miss Minerva Olive,i a painter and decorator, and proposes I HAIR FALLING OUT? il Suggestions ;
also of Green Cove. 'I Davis' Hair Remedy will stop it.
I Ito give the people of Orlando the best I LUTHER THE FLORIST
Judge James W. Perkins returned to be had in this line. His announce I Money back guarantee. Estes Pharmacy -,I !

last night to his home in DeLand, ment appears elsewhere in this paper. I sells it. 129tfOSTEOPATHY I Cut Flowers FOR MEN

after having been in Orlando for two I ROSES, VIOLETS, !

weeks presiding at the fall term of I Mothers! take advantage of the: I ; Bath Robes Full Dress SetsCombination
Orange county circuit court. CharlesE. stock clearance of Boys' Serge and l I

McCrory, who has been in attend- Tweed Suits that Boardman's "Storeof 1 DR. J. C .HOWELL j POTTED PLANTS House Coats Sets
ance at court, has also returned to his Satisfaction" is selling at almost :1 Collar Bags Tie Racks
Hours, 10-12, 3-3, and by appointment: --- -- --- -
home in DeLand. half price. No extra charge for house treatment t Fancy Vest Traveling Cases

ITarman Sells, and Fixes Bicycles, Telephone connections COAL CHARCOAL
.n Court street. 12.5-tf: I Subscribe for The Daily Sentinel. Office cor. Orange and Central Ave The best line of Neckwear ever brought to1 Or- !

WOODVeneer lando.
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Cores Special lot of Silk Hose at 25c per pair.

::XmSws Suggestions Seasoned Heart Oak Pine Wood Come and look our stock over. .

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

Orlando Wood Yard I
Huyler's Candies: Tatcrman'5 Fountain Pens, Ivory, Mirrors, Combs j

and Brushes, Mary Garden's and Houbigaul's Extracts, Thermos Bottles and B. W. KINGSLEY, Proprietor i SCRUGGS & DICKSON 1 H

: Cases all sizes and prices. !: Phone 344 104 W. Pine St. ; This store is the home of Hart Schalfncr & Marx clothesj '1

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i PRIEST FIDDLED WUILE 300 NAMES DRAWN I FOR I SALE-At 1 bargain, twenty- FURNISHED ROOMS for light tt eHIOHuI.tfl IHO.HOIHliIHh$4.444444 ;;
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FOR BRIBE TRIAL JURY acre grove; hundred grapefruittrees housekeeping; every conven- II :
I| fifty tangerine trees, and 750 ience; both, hot and cold; electric
TAKING HIS BATH Vicksburg, Miss., Dec. i orange trees. Grove should pay for lights; telephone; close in; rea- ,I
19.-Judge itself in two years. Address P. 0. sonable. 200 E.
Ave. i
Henry C. Mounger this morning directed Box 105, Orlando, Fla. Toys Toys ! | !
attorneys in the trial of G. A'I!l2-18-d&w-tf

'. THIS IS PART OF EVIDENCE TO Hobbs, State Senator, indicted with:I FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS I Ij

PROVE SCHMIDT'S Lieutenant Governor Bilbo on a House and grove at Fair Villa, 13 j I
INSANITY charge of soliciting and accepting acres, of which three acres are young DRESSMAKING at 307 E. Pine StJ!I : WE ARE NOW PREPARED TO GIVE
budded grapefruit borders lake 12-12-lm I
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bribes, to proceed with the examination house of 8 rooms; good barn; attract- : YOU A JOY RIDE

of prospective jurors. .|live winter home. Apply at this office. WANTED-Lemon tree, magnoliatree I
New York, Dec. !&.-Hans Schmidt's Nearly all of the 300 names drawn j Ill-IS-1m rubber tree, figs and limes.
strange behavior here and in Ger 308 West St. 12 .,1 lt
from the jury box yesterday had been I FOR SALE - THROUGH CHRISTMAS GIFT LAND
was described by witnesses for
many served with summons. 43 acres, located three miles north- EVERYTHING NEW for Xmas at .
the defense at his trial for murder. Attorneys for Lieutanant Governor west of Orlando, on S. A. L. R. R., at the Evans Parlors, No. 100 North .
Schmidt's attorneys are attempting ]Bilbo had obtained I Fairvilla Station, on Lake Fairview; I Main. Phone 125. 126tfDON'T
a severance :
to prove that he was insane when he of the indictment, and their lake front near station; young grapefruit I And we will Dead Sure Lead You
and land about DELAY but
orange grove; get your
killed Anna Aumueller and had been client will be brought to trial later. ,half citrus fruit and half vegetable; Photos now at the Evans Parlors, Through a Land of Plenty This YearIT
insane for many years before. Fol '8-room house, barn; ideal winter one block north of court house. Phone

lowing are some of his strange ac Christmas home, right near Country Club. Address 125. 11-26-tf
Suggestions: A Kodak, W. T. Chapman, owner, R. F. D. -_ WILL BE A PLEASURE FOR US TO SHOW YOl
tions.When Waterman Fountain Pen, Thermos I i I No. 2, Orlando. ll-27-lm-d&w Artistic photographs for Xmas at THROUGH OUR IMMENSE LINE OF
a priest in Germany he often the Evans Parlors No. HOLIDAY
Bottle 100 N. Main.
or box of Huyler's Candy, atlIeElroy's.
went about his duties barelegged and FOR SALE Phone 25. 11-15-tf GOODS AND WE ARE SURE IT WILL CONTAIN

clad only in his cassock: 12-10-eod-5t I Gild-edge proposition. An orange JUST THE GIFT YOU HAVE PLANNED. OUR COMPLETE -
grove, 130 large trees, including crop; WANTED-Position as dairyman; STOCK IS NOW READY FOR YOUR CONSID-
A clerical friend in Munich
found Subscribe for The Daily Sentinel.MUNNIMARERS within city limits; about four acres; several years' experience; by married ERATION. FROM
I him one day naked in the bath tub staked into nineteen lots. Bargain i if man. Call on or address L H. TOYS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
playing the violin. -- ---- - sold soon. E .A. McBride, 504 Magnolia Jarrett, 205 West Pine St. 11-29-tf TO THE USEFUL AND SUBSTANTIAL GIFT, WE
While serving as a priest at SBoniface's PEOPLE'S.VANT WANTED-To lease or rent ten to
r church, New York, he made FOR SALE I I twenty acre grove and truck land HERE WE INVITE YOU TO SELECT NOW.MaIe .

t baptisms contrary to rule and did not -- Good property; 40 acres little north(for 1914, with an option to buy. Address -
t hesitate to improvise his own ritual. of Orlando, on beautiful lake. Young G. E., Grand hotel. 12-21-lw_ This
f' Black as some of the evidence has Notkea of Lost. Wanted For Sale For'The budded grove, bearing; good dwelling. WANTED-By a woman living alone, Headquarters
Rent, etc. for this column 2Jc for one day, place for poultry and dairy a white woman strong and willing
painted Schmidt, one witness declared EOc for three days or 11.00 for one week, for farm-good range, plenty room, good \to do practical work in a good mod-
. that he never turned away a beggar. 25 words or less. Money must accompany milk trade established. Will sell stock (ern home. Apply Sentinel office. McCULLOCH'SDEPARTMENT
the advertisements far this column as no with place. Box 34, Route 2 Orlando
p "The poor devils may need it, he insertions will be made on credit 12-20-3t I
t used to say when friends remonstrated -.--------- -- Fla. _. 1215lmFOR I
r i WANTED blacksmith capable of
f, with him for indiscriminate alms FOR SALE RENT doing heavy machine smithing and STORE i

giving. scroll work. Apply office, South Flor
The defense presented a statementf FOR SALE-A good horse. Gus C. FOR RENT-Furnished seven-room ida Foundry and Machine Works. ;
Schultz, Formosa, Fla. 122lmFOR house. Call at Sentinel. 12-14-tf 12-16-lw I
f made by an examiner in lunacy before

: the superior court of Germany SALE-Anything in Florid a']FOR RENT-Three-room furnished WANTED-By gentleman of good Next Door to Evan's
, which characterized him as of unsound Real Estate. Orange County Realty flat, with bath; centrally locate character, to form the acquaintance : Jewelry Store :

mind. Cempany. 11-12-lm Apply, Phone 571, or 23 E. Pine St of a nice, respectable lady, between .
12-18-3t the ages of 25 and 35; object, matri- nMHMHiiiiitiiiiMntimniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiJMMHMHMIMOM
i The evidence showed that the prisoner FOR SALE--Anything in Florida ; mony if suited. Address F. R., care r
; sent more than 200 letters to Real Estate. Orange County Realty j FOR RENT-Furnished romos, choice Sentinel. 12-14-6t

students in Munich offering assistance Company. 1112.1mFOR location, close in, only five minutes -
Photography for Xmas
walk from postoffice.
as a "mental specialist" in their SALE-House and lot; also lots ]East Church St. Inquire 12-19-3t 214 now. The Evans Parlors, one block
examinations. No fee was asked until on Broadway, Amelia avenue and -- north of Court house. Phone 125.
I. they had passed their examina Summerlin street. Mrs. Norman -1''OR] RENT-Newly furnished rooms, !11-26-tf "Kill the Chill"All
inson, 301 Concord avenue. 11271mFOR modern,three minutes to everything.
$ tions. The letters were signed "Dr.Z. ]Rent reasonable. 308 West St WHY PAY exorbitant rent or board?
Zantor." SALE-A large bungalow and 12-21-lw Why not buy a little home? Buy
A search of Schmidt's room in lot on North Orange avenue. Pricereasoaable. it of the owner and save the agent's All point toward a cold win-
Address or call on Rolla FOR RENT-Rooms, with or without commission. Address B., Box 178.
Munich revealed blank diploma formsiind Reel at the Steam Laundry. 11-19-tf board; newly furnished; large veranda 11-30-lm. ter this year and the best to be
fac similes of the seals of the ; all conveniences; nothing better way comfortable
FOR SALE-New, inexpensive, modern
Latin school of Mainz and of the two-story house; five rooms, for the money in Florida. 205 WANTED-To exchange a vacant lot : on cold mornings and eveningsor

royal secretary. of the University of bath and sleeping porch. Apply 207 Magnolia avenue.12176tFOR __ on Concord avenue, Orlando, for a
Munich.At America street. 11-19-lm RENT-Furnished house, ten"I five-passenger car, Ford or Overland during the day in your office is to have
rooms and sleeping porch; centrally 1 preferred, 1913 or 1914 model; must
the Munich trial Schmidt declared FOR SALE-Five or ten acre tract; located; suitable for either one or''be in A-No. 1 condition. J. 0. Evans,

according to the testimonyread one-half mile outside of city limits; two families. Address F. G. Rush, Maitland, Fla. 11.30-tf REZNOR GAS HEATERThey

today, that he had left the cleared fenced and improved. Address City. 1126tfFOR HOUSECLEANING-Any kind of office -
priesthood because his father was a "Owner," this office. 12102wFOR -
or housecleaning wanted by then
i Protestant and he( Schmidt) could SALE-New- --residence-, 409 Anderson new modern- home furnished; every rooms conveu- day, by young, energetic married wo are cheap to buy and very economical -
not agree with the doctrine of the street. Terms, half down, ience; kitchenette if desired; reason man (white) Inquire Sentinel office. .
Catholic church. balance two years time. Inquire on able. 14 E. Amelia avenue, next door 12-15-6t 3 to 6 cents an hour, according to the
premises afternoons, or E. H. Gore, to the Wyoming. 12-13-lw
Caruthers & Gore CHRISTMAS PRESENTS! size-and the
Sanitary Grocery, are cleanest and
i The Ladies' Auxiliary of the Chil 6 and 8 E. Pine St. 11-29-lm FOR RENT-New furnished rooms in That will please young or old, boy or most con-
new modern home; every convenience girl, man or woman. A year's subscription
dren's Home Society in Jacksonville FOR SALE CHEAP-L C. Smith ; kitchenette if desired; reason- to Sorosis Library. Onlyone heating made. No wood, ashes or

will have a Christmas tree for the gun, 12 gauge, 28-inch barrels; in I able. 14 E. Amelia avenue, next door dollar and a half ($1.50).
children on Christmas eve afterno on.good condition. A. N. Goodwin, at(to the Wyoming. 12-1-tf' oil to carry- just turn the valve and strikea

A fine program is being prepared for 12-16-tf Overstreet Crate Co.'s office. FOR RENT-Large, well furnished |, HAND PAINTED CARDS match.

the occasion in which of the -.-- --- room to persons wishing suburban! Appropriate cards for all occasionsmenu
many accommodations; also 2 acres good',- place cards, score cards, etc.
children will take part. Presents have FOR SALE OR RENT-With stock truck land, close in. Good opportunity Also designs for book plates. Sam-
been sent from all parts of the stateto and tools, best farm in county; variety : for right person. Address "A," ples on hand and orders.taken at 112 -
fruits, 1,600 trees; elegant u Sentinel.. Grace St. Phone 608. Lu .
F. Halsted.tf.
the society for the tree. 9-8tf
to-date buildings, etc. Box 144, Orlando _., .
J. Van Buskirk. W Tm &
12-21-tf FOR RENT-Parties wishing quiet, U T Cft

W. T. ENTRICAN, FOR SALE comfortable home for the winter} PEOPLE'S PAINTER
can find 3 or 4 room apartment, fully I
I can save
you money on
Painter and interior decorator. New Five-room bungalow, with bath and equipped for housekeeping, ele your
gas painting papering and sign
ideas and old ones, too. Phone 636. sleeping porch. 506 Department
Lexington St., tric lights, open fireplace, moderate Try m sand prove it. Work guaran-
Expert 12-21-lm workmen employed. Concord 12-1-lmo.Park. Lot 67x230 feet. rent, at 217 Robinson Ave. East. teed. Frank Hayworth, decorator,

12-18-6t 20G E. South St., Orlando. 12-16-Ct 4 4'lt'llel.c eIIIIIJtlllllltt IIIIIIIIIIIII tl"

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want to thank our friends for their liberal patronage

during our great Stock Reducing Sale and assure all that .

your patronage has been thoroughly appreciated.

It has been our purpose to serve the people of ORANGE

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

goods at the lowest prices consistent for good merchandise. ..

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

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

satisfactorily than in the past.

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

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

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

bargains on every item in our store.

Kincaid &, Sno-w-den


Cor Main and Pine Streets Orlando s Florida

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Taft, Fla.4.Dec 17.-Mr. and Mrs. MMIililllMMIMIMIIHtllMtlttftllMMIMMIMIMIillMIIMttHHIMMH
Robert E. trly, of Highland Grove,

day.Mr.Y.Orlando, were. Thomas, in formerly our B.city of Holt on Binghamton business and wife Mon-,, N.of ELECTRIC VACUUM CLEANED f O ORLANDO l BANK a I TRUST I COMPANY t t fi

Freemont, Ohio, are stopping at the
Nelson house. Mr. Holt is lookingover Orlando, Florida. 11
this section with the intention
at purchasing a home here. He says your room or house f
Taft looks good to him and that is
what they all say. cleaned without dust or troubleof 19061913As

Mr. Albert C. Greene, of Indiana,
another homeseeker, is registered moving furniture ,
aka at the Nelson, admiring the location -
and fine of Taft.
points the old draws to a close, of us wonder what
year many
!Messrs. J. F. Schumann and Chas.A. .
The Pierce Electric Co. send an Ex-
Thomas, of Orlando, were guestsat has become of the resolutions we made in the beginning of the
the Nelson recently.Mr. .
Will Barklow and daughter, perienced man. year, to open a BANK ACCOUNT. Some have stuck by their I
:Jhusy, of St. Paul, Minn., are guestsof
J. S. Barklow. He is also a home- resolution, and are now enjoying the ownership of a BANK BOOK, .
seeker in Taft and will set- r
tfy kere. with big round figures written therein, which mean so much to one

Officers were elected for 1914 at - --- ----- on "RAINY DAY.'
the last meeting of Taft Post No. 37,

0.fellows A. R.: N.Department McKain,'of P. Florida C.; J., A.as T the PIERCE L[ ELECTRIC[ L L C0I"lnc.

Simms, S. V. C.; Jas. H. Estes, J. V. ", To you who have not realized the joy of your resolution
OL; C. A. Tompkins, Adjt.; Geo. K.
through the o'd MAKE ANOTHER, START NOW, and appreciate
Thomas, 0. D.; J. H. Kuester, 0. G.; year
having a BANK ACCOUNT. all your own in the ORLANDO
Chap.; C.: H. Nelson, Surg.. C. A.
Tompkins, delegate to state encamp- BANK & TRUST COMPANY, and w will work for our mutual
ment.: J. H..Estes.. alternate. --- - --
Officers elected by Taft W. R. C., IIIIIMIIIilllllllMMMMIiMHittlllMtHMtttttlMbut t benefit.
No. 6: Helen J. Dennis, P.; Minnie :
Nelson, S. V. P.; Sarah M. Tompkins, 1 r
J. V. P.; Elvira Hill, Treas.; Aden IHnoch rr T IT once
Franklin, Chap.; Frances Nelson,
Oond.; Ola Richardson. G. Secretary, I! M. M. SMITH, President.! W. M. DAVIS Vice-President.! G. E. NOLAN Cashier. ;
P. I., and delegates to b appointed.Mr. @
W. G. Jols and wife, of For-
mosa (formerly of Binghamton, N. ::: : : :::::::::::::::::::::::: : ::

Y.), were visiting with Mr. and Kts.CL A COMPLETE HOUSE
: A. Tompkins, in Third street, last
Sunday, and looking over the im-
provements of the city. Lot covered with fine large trees full of oranges and SPECIAL FOE
We have just learned of another: grapefruit. Five rooms and bath. Located just off Eola
boost for Taft. Parties from the!
Park and only a few blocks from Court House. We knowof
North are negotiating for a tract for
settlers of 200 or 300 acres east of no other house in Orlando to compare with it at the Xmas Holidays
town. And also looking up a site to price. Terms.
build a candy factory here. Oh, my!
If we have that here our girls will be
"too sweet for anything." They come FIVE ACRE TRACTS
$6 and Pants
Regular $7
very near that now.WINTER. Near Lake Underhill. finest grove land and finest grovesin
Orange County. Develop a grove on your monthly spare s1\\\ \ 1If .
PARK change. PRICE $50 PER ACRE. Timber practically pays
for clearing. Made to Your Measure !
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Morse, of Chicago ; 1r
have arrived at Winter Park for J
the season. NO INTEREST-NO TAXES .
Mrs. Turner, of Maitland, has until you own the deed.
bought a lot on Welborn avenue and / $3.50 I
has let contract for a home. ORLANDO REAL ESTATE CO.

Mr. A. W. Mason, of Winter Park, Room 2. Watkins BlockMIIMMMIIIMHMMIMIHMIimMlllimiMIMM. F1Hip I
has just completed a bungalow, Cali-
fornia style, on East Park avenue.P. .
'H. Spangle has left for New --- --- -- --- ------- - C. L. 3PZFK11T
York and will return for the holi. flMMtllMtlMmiiMIMMMilllMHHMMIMimijThe

iYS.Mr. A. Schultz has made arrange- Altamonte 34 CHURCH STREET
ments with Mr. C. H. Morse to handle
his real estate. Mr. Schultz has 1
ought a new 25 horse power Buick Altamonte Springs, FloridaTOW I
from the Winter Park Auto
company .HIMilltllttlllMIIMHitllltlilltMliffilllHMil8lieiMIMIIIMill, i.ffW4
and will be glad to show prospective
buyers the interesting points about : OFEJNlfost : :
town. Office next to the
room. beautiful spot in all Florida I Iur
The Inn and the New Seminole are Nine miles from Orlando. Every com- W. M. SLEMONS

filling rapidly and Mr. R. P.; Foley fort and amusements, Golf, etc. Amongthe (
the proprietor, reports the largest tall pines, between two lovely lakes.
bookings in the history of the hotels.

Congratulations committee of are the due board the of adornment trade- Cusine and service first-class. fall oous Me in I

for the general improvement about ew ow Coffling
The case which has been in court
for some time of E. R. Favor vs. F.
W. Shepard has been terminated, verdict I
having been rendered in favor of

tie latter. Don't Boy an Iron Razor in a Plush BoxIt We sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co. I

Give one woman two minutes, to made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes. I
may look pretty but is a perfectly use-
she another
woman up and she can Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and Towels.
devote two hours to describing what less Christmas gift. The market is full of
the other had on.Automobile. Pants and Overall made by sweet, Orr Dry Goods from II. B. Claflin & Co.
the "iron razor" type of presents.We I
& Co. Best place in the city to trade.
MMMMHi specialize in presents that are both f

i ;: For Hire I II useful and ornamental, and reasonle in price. I fI

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

." ." " " " " ,. Tops and Table Scarfs, Musical Instruments, ORANGE AVENUE I IJ'III'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII"IIIIIIII

Wl FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES Writing Desk Requisites, Alligator Goods, ,
Pictures, etc. IIIIIIIIIIII'111'I" .t"'IIII'lllcrl"
A dollars worth of real value for every
dollar you spend with The Cathedral SchoolEAST I "'
W. S. BRANCH I The Gem Antiseptic
Orlando's Select Boarding and

The Arcade Book and Music StoreMMMmMHIIIIHItMMOtMIIIIIIIIHimMIMMM Day School For Girls Barber Shop
L H. RAMSDELL Reopens Wednesday, October 1. EVERYTHING NEW AND CLEAN

OPTOMETRIST Primary, Intermediate, and College UP-TO-DATE EQUIPMENT
(Successor to Dr. 0. P. Liking) Preparatory Grades. Congress hydraulic enameled chairs, keen-edged implements, electric
Also Courses in Music, Art, Elocu- massage and hair dryer.
tion, Domestic Science,
Physical Cul- Shoe-shining stand for Full line of tobaccos, I
Have you tried ture. ladies and gentlemen cigars and cigarettes.

: ; DRS.]WM. HARPER Crispette ? Twelve Individual specially attention.trained Loving Teachers.care. 122. NORTH ORANGE
JOSEPHINE HARPEROSTEOPATHS REV. RODERICK P. COBB, A. !I., 1.,0,11111111,10011"111,1,11,11111111111,1,111
; : IF NOT, WHY NOT? At your at favorite dealers'or at Principal
Oldest Established Practice In ; The Crispette Factory, 26 W. Pine Street. jR j

. . .,111111111111111111.11 19 W.Consultation Church Orlando Street and Free Up-Stairs Examination II 12-2-tf THE CRISPETTE 26 W. PINE CO.STREET the shape News Woman's team to comes carry this college from season off all has Tallahassee and victories.a fine is in basketball good that, R READ[ 1 THE[ 0 DAILY r NIINl[ [

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_ : Here in this advertisement you will find the answer to the following questions: What willl,I give /fSfe;

father, mother, brother, sister, son, daughter, sweetheart, Friend?" Here you will find something splendidly QV//

: appropriate for all of them, something that will bring pleasure to the heart of the recipient and express just tttt4i&K-1f1\t/\

. the sentiment you want to express. For months past we have been preparing to meet your Christmas deS K'lSpoon
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S mands. The following' list of gift suggestions will give you some idea oi the comprehensiveness of our stock. -4

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I For Mother, Sister, Daughter, Sweetheart Friend

Elgin, Waltham Hat Pins Embroidery Hoops Eye Glass Cases Chatelaine Pins Knives Trays
"Wristlet"Vatches BraceletsBrushes Vanity Boxes Salts and Peppers Clocks Forks Sugar Tongs
Cut Glass Ware Jewel Boxes Scissors Ciffee Percolators Spoons Beauty Pins
Silver Hollow Ware Chafing Dishes LocketsManicure Slipper Buckles Coin Holders Bowls Head Chains
Carving Sets Chains Sets Tea Sets Crumb Trays Brooches Desk SetsLingerie
La Valieres Crosses Sterling. Silver VasesTrajs LorgnettesMirrors Dishes Combs Pins
Ramekins Diamonds Toilet Sets Jabot Pins Traveling Sets
t Bar Pins Necklaces Mesh Bags Bread TraysCandlesticks Pendants Ladles Medallions
Belt Buckles Rings PitchersPurses Belt Pins Pens Turquoise Jewelry
Bodkin Sets Earrings Card Trays Knives Dinner Rings (December's stone)


Watches Cigar CasesCigarette Match Boxes Tie Clasps
Articles for Desk Cases Rings PocketbooksEjeglass ,
Brushes Cigar Cutters Razors
I Cases
Combs Cigar LightersDiamonds Flasks q
Fountain Pens Shaving Mugs '
Card Cases & -
.1; Watch Chains Pocket Knives Humidors Reading Glasses
Fobs Jewelry Cuff Links c,
Lapel ChainsTurquoise K ,, ;1
'T c Watch Charms Lodge Emblems Scarf Pins "
Ash Trays Studs Tie Holders Jewelry

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would be useless for to describe these beautiful ,
.:, It us to attempt many things individually mere
S't words could give you only a faint idea of what you see when you come in Do so to day.


I p T. H. EVANS, Jeweler 7I

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1IPTS for For Mother, Father,

Brother, Sister,


or friend are to be found here. Christmas without the spirit of giving pervadingthe

atmosphere would hardly seem like Christmas. It would hardly seem like

an appropriate celebration of the great gift to mankind over nineteen hundred

i years ago. It is not necessary, however, to spend any great amount of money

for Christmas Gifts, for at this store you can find inexpensive articles that will]

be highly appreciated by the recipient. We desire to call your attention to our

Toilet Articles, Perfumes, Candies, Stationery, Cigars, Etc.

They are always well received and are necessities in r .

F the home. Let us show you our attractive line and <
1 y I help you solve the problem of how to make a little A# ,' y \

money go a long way in remembering your friends


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.' Breakfast 7:30: to 9 a. m.

Dinner 11:30: to 2 p. m.

Supper 5:30: to 7:30: p. m.

Model 43 Chassis: Five-passenger touring car. Wheel base is 116 inches; double drop frame.
Motor 41-4 x 51.4; four cylinders, cast:: in paIrs; UJ1lt power plant; cone dutch; selectIve type transmis- We are prepared to give
sion; German silver "V" shaped radiator, square t1.1" type; Stromber carburetor; full floating rear you
axle. New Departure bearings; tires, 35 x 41-2; Improved Delco electrIc starting, lighting and ignition
system. Gasoline capacity, 21 gallons, tank carried at rear, pressure feed; Standard demountable rims clean and service.
10 inch upholstering; nickel trimmings; body, steel; colors: blue or gray, Mack running gear. Prices quick
fully equipped: Touring car, $1,875 delivered. Other models 1,150 to $3,000.


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Babe of Bethlehem," from "The Na- to come. The regular Sunday school This class has found it's new roon transfer all the refugees back to the I "One of our night men, Julius Kall-
THE PLACESOf WORSHIP hour is 9:45 in the Tea and Rest Room the' Sumner and that :
tivity. i a. m. every Sunday. across transport they were man, who was at one time a barber,
I I street from the Baptist Church very returning to Tampico where codni- is engaged in this unusual but to us
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHRev. CHRISTIAN ALLIANCE II UNITARIAN CHURCH pleasant and convenient and it is tions have again become normal. A very important work."
., Edward T. Poulson, D. D., Sunday school, 2:30 p. m. (Corner Central Ave. and West St.) glad to welcome all young men to it's later dispatch dated 1 a. m. Wednes-
pastor. Preaching at 3:30 p. m., by Rex- Rev. Eleanor E. Gordon, minister. meetings. Exercises begin this morning :day advises that the refugees have JUSTICE CULLEN SAYS
This church most cordially extendsits Howard Van Dyck, of China. Rev.C. I Church service at 11 o'clock. Sub- at 9:30 o'clock. all been returned safely to Tampico. CRITICISM UNJUSTIFIED
hospitality to the public. We will B. Wetherell will preach at 7:30p. ject of Christmas sermon, "The Cross "The Ward liner Morro Castle
Albany, N. Y., Dec. 19.Criticismsof
be glad to have you participate in m., reporting a convention held in |and the Star." ABUSE OF AMERICANSNOT sailed on Tuesday, 8 p. m., but only courts made by both former Presi-
aH our religious services and varied San Antonio, Texas, and giving a Christmas festival on Wednesday BAD AS REPORTED eight Americans desired to leave on dents Taft and Roosevelt were termed
activities. Come and be "at home" brief account of the flood district I afternoon at 4 o'clock. Washington, Dec. 19.-Consul board her. Constitutionalists to the!I"unjustified" by Chief Justice EdgarM.
with us.Worship. I through which he passed in that Unity Circle on Saturday afternoonat Letcher has advised the state depart- number of about 4,000 are reported to Cullen, of the New York state
in the auditorium at 10:45 state, where great loss of life and I 3 o'clock. Paper by Mrs. T. J. ment that many reports of maltreat- be camping eighteen miles northwestof court of appeals.
a. m. and 7:30 p. m. property was suffered. (Walker on Hawthorne's Scarlet Let- ment of Americans in Chihuahua are Tampico. For the present the The justice next month will retire
At the morning hour Dr. Poulson's Bible study Thursday night. ter. This is the second study in so- without foundation. The department army transport Sumner will remain under the age law. His remarks were
subject will be: "Our Country's Debtto All welcome. cial regeneration. issued this statement: 'at Tampico." made at a banquet given him by the
Christ. "Consul Letcher reports that many Albany County Bar association.
Evening subject: "The Master's MUSIC AT PRESBYTERIAN CATHOLIC CHURCH I of the statements published in the El CHURCH HAS BARBER SHOP Technicalities, red tape and an im
Call." CHURCH THIS MORNING Fourth Sunday in Advent. Paso press relative to conduct visitedon FOR CHOIR BOYS
perfect jury system, he declared, are
Special Christmas music by the At the opening of the morning service Sunday school, 9 a. m. Americans since the entry of the New York, Dec. 19.-A special bar- responsible for many alleged miscar-
choir. at the Presbyterian church High Mass and sermon, 10 a. m. constitutionalist forces into Chihua- ber is the latest innovation in church
riages of justice for which the benchis
Sunday school at 9:30 a. m.; Mr. this morning, Mr. Forrest Dabney Rosary, sermon and Benediction, hua are without foundation, as also life. St. George's Episcopal church, hel dresponsible. In this connectionhe
Young People's meeting (in Tea "Face to Face," and the choir will of the services for Christ- the part of the revolutionist leader." endowed with half a million dollars, saying, "Whole responsibility for the
and Rest Hall opposite the church) sing a fine anthem, set to the musicof mas day will be given later. Rear Admiral Fletcher reported today has installed a barber shop for the miscarriage of justice in this case
at 6:30 p. m.; Mr. Eugene Reid, president the "Largo," by Handel. I that normal conditions were be- choir. The Rev. Karl Reiland, the was due to the action of the jury."
The Juniors will meet at 3 I BARACA CLASS ORCHESTRA. ing restored in Tampico. His reportswere rector, in announcing the new feature Judge Cullen declared he was favorable -
o'clock in the afternoon. CHRISTIAN CHURCH SERVICESRev. Following out a suggestion made summarized by the navy depart- today, said: to the appointment rather
Note:-All have a special invita- A. M. Chisholm will preachfor at a recent business meeting of the Ba- ment: "For the sake of uniformity in the than the election of judges.W. .
tion to be in the services Sunday the members of the Christian I raca class, the class has organized an "The department is in receipt of a appearance of our choir boys on Sun-
night and hear Dr. Poulson's popular church Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock, orchestra, with Miss Dawson, piano, dispatch from Admiral Fletcher sent days and as a slight evidence of .
sermon on "The Master's Call." Inspiring at the home of Mr. Hassler, 208 East Mr. Ed. Allen, cornet, and Mr. Cop- from the Tacoma at Tampico, at 2 parochial appreciation we have as-
Offers to Orlando the newest and best
music; all seats are free- Church street. The Lord's Supperwill pedge, bass viol. They wish all who p. m. Tuesday, December 16. It signed a special barber to the boyson of workmanship in the painting and
doors open at 6:45 p. m. Mrs. Nut. be observed before the sermon.,will to join the orchestra, as music is states that the weather had moderated Saturday mornings and on Sunday decorating trade. Phone 636.
ter will sing Geibel's "Sleep Sweetly, We invite all members and friends a very important feature of the tlas and that he has been able to before services. 12-31-lm

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sleeping porch, bath room, large verandas facing east, west and north; LANDO; 12 rooms, 2 bath rooms included, and a fine garage; with orgarage
without furniture and auto. We recommend this property, even for a
with underground gas tank; with or without furniture and auto.
speculative I proposition, and a very rare bargain for a home. THE LOTS
The plot this house is is divide in lots

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

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

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

payments deposited in any Orlando Bank until

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

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

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Four lots 60x150on East Centra 1 Avenue, facing Lake Eola, in
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"' ST. LUKE'S' CATHEDRALThe .II i 'i; ,I 111 I 1'i lllllllyll I INi,IN !11 I !'II 'IAiI'I II,'I L I'',jllllpp'w.jy I i1 NI I ,hII ( ,y iII! III4 I'{ { I'n I ,,I ,,w tll 'u {h I I I i I I ..yit {N I IM'i y I r'' I d:
Very Rev. Campbell Gray, pywv 11 I ,'il'I
dean. III
Fourth Sunday in Advent. -- --

Sunday school, 9:30 a. m.

Morning prayer, 10:30. t
. .. ... ",.. Holy Eucharist and sermon, 11
a. m.
Choral evensong and sermon, 7:30p.

m. Sr UG :
x The subject of the morning sermon '
. will be, "Joy Through Penitence;" in j
the evening the last of the Advent

series will be upon the Jew. ;_ Sod;:y i)Promotion. }.rul Giving .
Through the week, the Holy Eu- "..
THESTATE charist at 7 a. m. daily except Christ-
mas day, when the first Celebration :Mrs. V/ooilrovv Wilson anti other prominent

will be at midnight Christmas eve, ,.
beginning at 11:30 p. m. people have joined. lave yon ?

I. BANK On Christmas day, morning prayer .
at 10:30. The Bishop will officiatefor

this service, while the Dean gives
Christmas service at the colored mis-

of Orlando sion.The 1 'iWDFUl: ( CTO5jknk :(?\

Sunday school will have the '. I'j ,y 1Tj tt r
Christmas festivities at the Chapter
1893 House on Saturday afternoon, beginning AccQinUChmiwas
with a short, bright service in
I the Cathedral at 4 o'clock. 1 CheckCtTiificate I

LONG ESTABLISHEDSAFE Adult members of the confirmation

class are to meet in the Dean's studyat =z= of I. DepositMayings I 0 --
4 p. m. Monday, and the childrenon

The Cathedral Christmas decorations -

are to be prepared on Monday Cold (
F lYlonoy in CasUnited n
and Tuesday evenings (7 o'clock) and =
many workers will be needed.

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IN TNO-CENT RATE CASE L1 I .States Depository>)> ( : =

Kansas City, Mo., Dec. 20.-The
state Missouri won a final victoryin
the two-cent railroad passengerand
maximum freight rate cases today =--- "It is a pleasure to ssrvc you." ;;.

when Judge Smith McPherson,
of Red Oak, Iowa, following the mandate -
of the United States supreme

4HIMIMM. MIIMIIIIM* court, dismissed "without prejudice"the
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CHRISTMAS PARTY FOR THE DELIGHTFUL CONCERTOF enjoining the state from enforcing ,! !L''I':I !hiiil I'h' '''II it I: t'I'!; l (!I I !.IIIWflU I!! I !!! !:IiI! !Iii IIQd'!:dii4!:", !II:,111111Ad'iJ'PI! ::':':,:I:I! "I I!::iJl'II I' I'I it!!i i'r'! :III:!I'h"b'q!!!!: I: I :' ,,' i::;:ti iffl:; !::''I I !''II.II1dI I !fIi! Ir: I'L.; : - -
AUCTION BRIDGE CLUB MENDELSSOHN CLUB .1i1111' 't,::I '!!.'!llla\ ':!,':,!I, ',IIiltlli'll'I'II'1IjllliIlIlllIIII::I:'',,'::II' 11 '!,,1/Mum.l',1/ ,. "'hli'! ; !R'I1Ij!': ''::::1', 111ill1:!1!ij''II'':'.'!.''I:'> ,ill 111'I, ,.:" !:; I [ ,I.II,: r'ill, 1hI ,WII'" ::11 i:p.,Ii"I" ,'II I',I!Irl,"I:".I .,,II'I:. I: III: rI'>>IIHml I ; !I'l I'l. I,d!i lr, ;r.IIL 4. III>[*-
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One of the very prettiest of Christmas ney Monday Carr presented evening Mr.the Forrest MendelssohnClub Dab- ordered the the validity cases dismissed.of both laws and ___________ ___ ----- -n______ _ ____ ,_

parties was given yesterday aft- of Orlando in "The Death of "lllllllllllllltl'l.all' CII'I'I'III"I'II"1111111,1".11,11111,111,10..,
ernoon by Mrs. Reichard, at her homeon Minrehaha." Mrs. W. L Palmer f
on Lucerne Circle. Her guests were whose voice is SUNDAY DINNER AT
very attractive in its THE KEYSTONE '
1 the members of the Saturday Auction -I clearness, true. tones and splendid 30 cents YOWELL'S H
i. Bridge club-Mesdames Aber- I enunciation, took the solos in the role Chicken with Brown Dressing
f- nethy, Chas. Smith, J. B. Lawton, of Minnehaha. Her stage personalitywas Celery Sliced Tomatoes
f Robt. Howe, A. A. Carmack, A. D. also Cream Slaw
quite pleasing as was that Mashed Irish
r Mallory, Wm. Davis, S. B. Chalfant, of Mr. Carr in the Potatoes
of Hiawatha
part Candied Sweet Potatoes
& and C. G. Mcllvaine; Misses Josie portrayed in the bass solos direc- Snap Beans Steamed Rice
; as
f Mallory and Romaine Clarke, and tor and soloist he was equally at Ice Cream and Cake tu nQ R flmovi l al
four devotees of "five hundred"-Mrs.
ease, gaining the response of the club U 'I
George Rogers, Mrs. E. P. Monroe,I at every movement, and singing with ARCADE RESTAURANT j
i' Mrs. Emily Temple and Mrs. \V. C. Sunday Dinner 50c.-12 to 2 P. M.
certainty and admirable interpretation MENU
Sherman. the difficult solos. Soft, weird Chicken Broth !
The afternoon was most pleasantly and characteristically mysterious in Lettuce Celery
r spent in card contests, the high score parts, and in the loud, triumphant Roast Chicken, Dressing
f for the club players being made by Cranberry Sauce
and well balanced climaxes, the cho-
Mashed Potatoes Candied Yams Now on
f Mrs. Wm. Davis.Christmastide.
rus won an enviable amount of praise Steamed Rice Cornbread I
t thought was ex- and the musical audience also appre- Cauliflower, Cream Sauce
pressed in the pretty favors-tiny ciated the work done by the visiting Fruit Salad
Vanila Ice Cream Cake
sleds and snow-balls, each hearing
musicians in "Crossing the Bar, arranged Tea Coffee
the figure of old "Saint Nick" and by Mrs. de Emmitt Bradshaw.
bon-bons. ,
containing dainty Mrs. Jessie M. Thayer, as pianist, THE ORLAND CAFE
? A delicious supper of fried oysters and Miss Roberta Branch; organist, An line of Christ-
t elegant
stuffed olives sandwiches
t- peppers, ,- gave invaluable and indispensable :aid Christmas Dinner, $1.00
coffee, brick ice cream and
in the
program. organist manipulated 12to2and6to8p.m.Please .
f, fruit cake was served by Mrs. Mcll
university organ as one
vaine, :Miss Ruth Mcllvaine, and Miss who had talent, ability and accom- reserve your tables in advance. I suggestions. These nov-
Mary Branham, who charmingly as. plishments.In MENU
misted the hostess. the solo work done by Mr. Carr Oyster Cocktail
The Auction club will Soup elties fast.
Bridge meet in Tennyson's "Maud," the audiencenjojed MulligatawnyGlues are going .
next at the home of Mrs. E. P. Monroe him in this entire cycle but. Iced Entrees Celery 1 Gherkins

on January third. especially in "She Came to the Village fatties of Sweetbreads Fiannanciere
Asparagus Tips Vinagrette
Church "0 Let the Solid l Cardinal Punch

AUCTION BRIDGE IS I'I Ground," and "Go Not, Happy Day," Prime Ribs Roasts of Western Beefau
STILL ANOTHER CLUB :and even more in the "Come Into the ( natural)
I Garden, Maud," "Dead, Long Dead," Vermont Cranberry Turkey, Oyster Sauce Dressing Everything in this mam-

f The Auction Bridge club, recently :and "My Life Has Crept So Long," Fruit Salad Salad
organized, adds another to the sev- where love and joyous pleadings were ezetablei
eral card clubs in town. contrasted with dramatic despair. New Potatoes Cauliflower in Cream hollandaise. Spiced Yams moth stock reducedN.P.YOW

The eight ladies who comprise its Miss Virginia Sinnott accompanied, Fresh String Beans New Beets in Butter

membership spent a very pleasant playing the music by Arthur Somer- I Enpl ,h'Desserts Plum Pudding .
afternoon with Miss May Kilmer yesterday yell, artistically and mpathetically. Hard and Brandy Sauce
when the interesting games Mrs. Palmer sang a group of songs, Strawberry Mince Pie Shortcake with hipped Pumpkin Cream Pie

and social chat, together with the ."Oh Vision Entrancing," by Thomas; Mixed Nuts Assorted Fruit Cafe Noir
dainties served, were enjoyed by each "My Star," by Rogers, and "The Birth
one present. of Dawn," by Franco Leoni; Miss 12-19-eod-4t Special Dinner Sundays, SO rents

Ruth Branch, accompanying, also displayed H'MillMMtltllllMltllllHHIiiillliMlttMMMMHIMMMHIMIHIIMIillM
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Return of the favorites, Mabel

Paige Company, in a series of one-
act comedy playlets, introducing mu- 0 Come and see. 0

sical numbers, opening in a great 11
\\ \\ ,\) 1k kt comedy on Monday, December 2th, i I
"WhenIary Took a Chance." Changeof
play and musical numbers every

day. One week's engagement. AIM & CO Jewelers
Prices: Children lOc; adults, 20c
-- "The Junior Partner" (Thanhouser ,

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