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Title: The morning sentinel
Uniform Title: Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 6 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando Fla
Creation Date: December 3, 1914
Publication Date: 1913-1918
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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\>LUMETWO ORLANDO, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1914. NUMBER 253.




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KAISER STILL- HOPES TOt I Cablegrams From War Zone !!

DRIVE WEDGE THROUGH ALL OF INDIA IS I STEEL MAGNATE FORMAL OPENING


TO CALAIS Berlin, via London, Dec. 2.-Vienna reports the enemy to be retreating

along the southern front. ON CARPET ROOF GARDENY01VELLDUCKWORTII

COAST IS THE OBJECTIVE POINT LOYALI Pretoria Dec. 2.-It is officially announced that General DeV.'et has

I been captured.
Great Battle Rages Along 260 WOULD FLOCK I SCHWAB CALLED TO WAShINGTON CO.
Petrograd, Dec. 2.-An official messenger from the front states that the! PARISIAN
TO OPEN
Mile Front, But Real TO ENGLAND WITHOUT TO FACE SEC-
Austrians defending the approaches to Cracow have been defeated and are
Fighting Is in ORDERS falling back in wild disorder. The Russians:!! are advancing with increasingsuccess RETARY BRYAN GARDEN: IGIIT

Flanders along the Galician front.

TURKEY WILL!L NO EFFECT CANNOT SHIP ANY ARMAMENTBryan MANY FEATURES TO SURPRISE
Paris, Dec. 2.Today witnessed JAW London Dec. 2.-Russian Poland still is the center of interest in the war .
furious fighting in practically all situation so far as military operations are concerned. The conviction is
parts of the 260 mile battle line, from "Turkey Is Football of the Ger- I growing that the German Mackenzen has done at least what Bazaine, in the of Opinion That Statute "The Queen's Jewel," a :Four

the North sea to Alsace, with the mans"-Great Force Is Franco-Prussian war, failed to do at Metz-he saved his army after it was Would Be Violated by Ship- Reel Moving Picture, Will
greatest activity near the opposite I encircled by the enemy.
ends of the line. at King George's |I But it is equally clear that the German tactical plan for the taking oft' ping War Munitions to Be on Tonight'sProgram

In Alsace the French troops cap- CommandCairo Warsaw again has failed, according to the prevailing opinion in England. Belligerents
tured the village' of Aspach, southeastof j Whether a counter invasion of Silesia has been rendered impossible for the

Thann. The Germans in Argonne, Egypt, Dec. .-"If our em- present, remains to be seen. Washington, Dec. 2.-:Much: com- The roof garden on the fifth floor
however, blew up with a mine a part peror, King George of England, requires -t ment was made today in official circles of the Yowell-Duckworth company
of the outer fortifications of the wood an army larger than that of Sofia, Dec. 2.-Reports received here state that a critical situation exists over the fact that Charles M. department store building will be for-

of Lagrubie.In Russia, we will be able to supply it, ;( in Servia. The reports stated that the Servian army had withdrawn I I Schwab was very promptly summoned mally opened tonight for the first
spite of these local successes j and we will be proud to do so," said from Belgrade. Telegraphic communication between Belgrade and Nish has I I I to Washington by Secretary time. It is in many respects the one
and reverses at this end of the line 1 his highness, the Maharaja of Idar, ':I ken interrupted. I Bryan when it was undeerstood that unique feature of Orlando. It is the
the titanic conflict in Flanders con- Dhiraj Shri Dolat Singhjt, when he Schwab was possibly manufacturingarms only real, bona fide roof garden in
tinues to be the real storm center. I passed through this city on his way I Vienna, Dec. 2.-The Austrians occupied Belgrade today, it was declaredin ammunition, parts of subma- Florida, barring several in Jackson-
The Germans are still clinging tenaciously to join the British general staff at the a telegram hich Emperor Francis Joseph received from General Frank, j rines, etc., for export trade. ville and Tampa.
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to the hope of forcing a I front in France. I commanding the fifth Austrian army corps. After a long conference between Following months of steady work
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way through to Dunkirk and Calais I To illustrate the present martial ; I Schwab and Secretary Bryan it was and preparations the roof garden is
and appear to have redoubled their ardor of the Indians the Maharajatold Germans Build Foremost Naval learned that Secretary Bryan took now ready, and yesterday it was pro-
efforts and the day's developments I nounced to be in the most perfect
the pathetic story of his own mil- the view that the selling os a sub-
included violent bombardment of I'itary secretary. After bidding fare- t! More SubMarinesKiel Is Dead II marine in America to a European na- condition. Surprise after surprisewill
Lampernisse, about five miles west of I I well to his master, this secretary assembled Expert tion would be contrary to the statute ,greet the visitors tonight.
Dixmude and almost on a line be- '''I'j his family and close friends. I I which prohibits "fiting out of an Under the fascinating spell of the

tween that town and Dunkirk. He said good-bye to them and then : Germany, Dec. 2.-A large 1 Washington, Dec. .-Rear Admiral !i armed expedition." full moon; lulled by the music from a

While official reports from the war i I shot .imself dead, overcome with anguish | number of submarines are approaching Alfred T. Mahan, U. S. N., retired, I Secretary Bryan would not state delightful orchestra; and sipping cool
office are confined to actual engage- i| that he could not accompany completion or are in an advanced I claimed in naval circles as "the ,, whether or not Mr. Schwab could or drinks from the fountain, the visitors
ments, it is known unofficially that his master to the field of battle. I j stage of construction. Several have i -eat-I could not, in connection with ship- will see a moving picture show almost
more than 700,000 German troops are The Maharaja is the fifth of the been put into commisison since the 'I est modern writer on naval building concerns, manufacture sub- 100 feet above the streets of Orlando.
now massed between Ostend and ) Indian ;pi ::ices who has left India onI I outbreak of the war. All of these died at the Naval hospital here Tues marines in sections and send them "The Queen's Jewel" is the title of
Ypres, and 160,000 of them are fresh I active military service. He is the are of the largest sea going type. I day, aged seventy-four years. Death ,abroad to be assembled by the con- the four reel film which is to be

regiments brought up as reinforce- adopted son of the celebrated Sir The Germans claim that already they I II J was due to heart trouble. Admiral I signee. shown tonight. It is produced by the
ments within the past few days. tala Film Company of America, ands
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j Pertah Singh. i 1 I have more of the big cruising type of Mahan had overtaxed hU -ength, I
The day saw no cessation of the I HERMAN LIEB IN "nOPE"T in a class by itself. It's subject
I "All peoples and creeds in India are submarines than have the British. and it is believed the many lo-g hours'
furious struggle between Lens and THE LUCERNE treats of a fanciful kingdom of the
united today in enthusiasm for the Evidence also is to be seen thatGermany's devoted to following the naval I .
Bethune, where the opposing armiesare I opera- I An uplift drama against the indiscriminate type that m "Grausta'fk" a best
cause of the Empire, he said. I fleet of torpedo boat destroyers tions of the belligerents in the great -
almost at hand grips. The Ger- I "Every Indian, old and young, !i has been considerably'strengthened European conflict probably caused the I use of habit-forming drugs, seller. It is filled with gripping situ-
mans are reported to have evacuated 1! would most gladly respond to the since the outbreak of breakdown that hastened his en,!. [with Laura Nelson Hall and five oth- aations.
several villages east of the Yser of 1 king-emperor's call," he said. i the war, in boats having a speed of In the early stages of the Europeanwar er Broadway stars, entitled "Dope," There will be three shows tonight,
no strategical importance.This !' "As only a comparatively small | 36 knots. There also have been a II Admiral Mahan: whose works by Ile-iran Lieb, in six splendid reels, one at 6:30, 8:00, and 9:30 o'clock.
apparently is in furtheranceof will be the Lucerne theatre All kinds of drinks and light lunches
;: number of men may go to the battlefield considerable, number of additions to'' were naval textbooks almost the' : t this
their plan to mass all troops possi- i' at present, many officers and the capital ships. I world over, discussed, for the news afternoon and evening. This pictureis will be served to the "Parisians" as
ble somewhere south of Ostend to ; considered to be of the they sit under the pergola and revelin
Indians of high birth are going in the An interesting feature of a corre- papers, the significance of various ; one strongest -
support the renewed driving move- I ranks. You will probably be surprised -t spondent's visit to Kiel was the inspection naval maneuvers. lie gave up these of its kind ever filmed. The act- the mystifying scenes from "The
ment at Dunkirk. In other fields the I I ing, plot, and moral excellent. It Queen's Jewel."
I J to learn that my two sauces, i of two submarines. One of activities when President Wilson issued I are
fighting engagements have for the 'is full of excitement sensation J. D. Barnes will manage the gar-
or grooms, are captains. these, Lieut.Yeddigen's famous U-9, his proclamation exhorting offi- and I
most part been favorable to the allies. 1 I thrills. den; Charles E. Haywood will be
"My valet is very well to do. They I was of the old type. The other was I cers of the army and navy not to give
came with me in these circumstances i 1 of the latest type and had iust been- I out anything that might be taken asa I manager of the catering department;

Special Posse because it was the only way they I put into commission. This latter styleof I I partisan discussion. lie did not, !Wilson Praises R. G. Taylor, of Jacksonville, will
dispense the drinks and Herman
could come. I submarine is able to keep to sea I however, relax his concentration on ;
"Even the who came to so long the stand the i Hutchinson will officiate at the op-
grooms as crew can I the developments in
Guards Whitman'New Europe. :
Uncle Sam's
Bombay with our horses and then had strain. The problem of rescue, in I I Admiral Mahan occupied his homein Boys erative end of the moving pictures.
to return home went away dejectedlyand the case of accident, is solved by., Quoguon, L. I., in early autumn Under the guidance of Mr. Barnes
York, Dec. 2.-Police Commissioner -: in tears." buoys fore and aft to which chains the Yowell-Duckworth company will
I I i and had intended to spend the winter Washington, Dec. 2.The presi-
Woods today ordered a posse :: He said the Maharaja of Jodpur, I' may be attached, and a smaller buoy, i i there. -. I dent has written a letter to Secretary have an undoubted success and the
of detectives to guard District Attor- I seventeen years old, was anxious despite -j i: carrying a telephone and an electric :I Garrison, asking him to express to public will be royally treated.
ney Whitman against any attack from his youth to get into the fight- j light A complete system of watertight I THE WEATHER I Gen. Funston, the officers, and men Admission to the garden is 5 and
crazed gunmen. At a recent meeting :, ing. His mother supported him in i I compartments give the crew a who served at Vera Cruz, the presi- 10 cents, which includes the moving
of Socialists threats are said to have <: this desire. Finally he wrote to the |I chance of life, even when quite a hole'I!I Florid i: Partly cloudy Thurst'i :: I dent's "warmest approbation of the pictures.
been openly made against the district viceroy, saying, "Why am I not al-i i has been opened in the hull. i i and Fricsav. I way in which the difficult and delicate
attorney because of his activity in :' lowed to go? I have three brothers?]I! -"* .ation was handled. Secretary
prosecuting gunmen. ''so if I am killed in battle it does not ;,' Daniels has also written a similar G. F. BABBTO SPEAK

matter." He was alolwed to go to'''; OAKLAND MAKES STRIDES GEeRGIAN PEACH COiVil\: letter to Major General Barnett commending _
POLICE COURT WAS DULL I the front. the marines who served at
The said the of ; Prominent :Man From Univer-
i Maharaja presence Vera Cruz.
YESTERDAY 'I Prosperous Orange Co. Town
Turkey on the other side of the conflict I The One and Only TVT-MS Raymond sity of Florida to Speak at

Several Drunks Fined and City will have no effect in India. i i Will Annex Two Sections i Cobb Due to Reach M. E. CONFERENCE TO BE Subtropical Midwinter -
i 1 "Turkey is a football of the Ger-I I of Land Within 30 Fair
Council Ordered Sidewalks on : i Orlando on December HELD AT ARCADIA
mans. She can not pretend to repre- Days I
South Orange to Gore Mohammedanism.. All sections i! 15th lion. Geo. F. Babb, from the United
I Oakland is growing. In fact, it is I Bishop Morrison Will Preside at
of India are proud to be on the sideI States bureau of animal industry of
Police court was dull yesterday. :i I I I of the empire. For instance, Raj- advancing so rapidly and made such Mr. Tyrus Raymond Cobb, said to Meeting-Rev. J. E. Wra>" the United States, now associatedwith
James Bryant was arrested, charged !i 1 putana has an army of 30,000 men, splendid progress that an ordinancehas be the best ball player and base stealer Will Attend the University of Florida has
with being drunk and using profane but no fewer than half a million men been drawn and published to the in the world, who is now enjoying consented to be present at the Sub-
language. He was fined $10 and !i have offered themselves and are eager I effect that within thirty days territory I a vacation at his home near Augusta, I The annual conference of the Methodist tropical Midwinter Fair with an exhibit -
costs. Frank West was arrested by to serve. Nepal has put her in sections 20 and 17 will be an- :' Ga., is scheduled to pay Orlando a church will be held at Arcadia of charts and vaccinating outfit -

Officer Broom, charged with being ,i whole force, 80,000 men, at the emperor's nexed to it. visit Tuesday, December 15th. He Wtednesday, December 9, continuingin He will give several lectures on
drunk and fined $5 and costs. The ordinance has been unanimously I will join a party of friends here on of swine
': disposal. session for one week. Bishop II protection from hog cholera.
The city council has ordered side- I "If the battle field were nearer and passed by the town council. It is ; that date, and arrangements are be- Morrison, of Leesburg who has Florida is rapidly developing large
walks to be laid on the west side of not separated from India by sea, the signed by R. B. Brock, clerk; Charles ing made to spend several days in just returned from a long western hog ranches, which is a very profitable -
i South Orange avenue from Lucerne Indians would go even without orders :, Maurice, deputy clerk; R. F. Smith, the woods on a camp hunt. tour will preside at the meeting. The investment. .
Circle" Gore avenue. i Ito fight. I i president of the town council, and J. Rev. Dr. J. E. Wray, pastor of the
O. Brock acting : Get the in the Sentinel first.
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S i :i mayor.Mr. .. _____ news Methodist church in Orlando, will at- Vive La Villa!
JEWS FACE GREAT CRISISIN ;, EXPANSION OF STANDARD :, tend the meeting.The .

GALICIA :1 f OIL COMPANY_: : Johnny J. Jones Exposition I made substantial Orlando Methodist progress church in the last has New "Mex" RulerMexico

Hunger( and Disease Face Nine Will Be Extended to South few years Under Dr. Wray's pas- via El Paso lDec.
Shows To Winter In Orlando :torate over 200 members have been City, Tzr.,
Million of Race in Poland and American Fields-Peru to Get added to the church, about 70 of them 2.-Villa arrived today in Mexico City

Galicia and, Russia I Three Oil Companies -- i by profession of faith; the pastor's proper from the suburb of Taucabay.
E. A. Kennedy, special agent of I week will entrain for this place where salary has been increased; the mag- lie was accorded the greatest demonstration I
New York, Dec. 1.-The ,greatest New York, Dec. 2-The expansion the Johnny J. Jones Shows, is spend- they will recuperate until the open- I nificent new church has been erected, in the history of the capital. I I
crisis the Jewish people have faced in on a large scale of the Standard Oil ing today in Orlando perfecting arrangements ing of the Subtropical Midwinter Exposition j and other things have transpired Villa immediately established"" his !
a modern times new confronts that Company of Xew Jersey to the SouthI for this well known aggregation which opens here in Febru- making Dr. Wray's pastorate a successful headquarters at the national palace ; i
race, in the opinion of the Jewish relief -I American fields is indicated, accord- to go into winter quarters one. to await the arrival of Gutierrez. i
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ary.Prof.
committee for sufferers of, the ing to a story published today by the at the fair grounds in this city, about :Michael: Vituocci's Royal Ital !
CARLISLE INDIANS WIN
war. This committee today issued an New York Times which gives detailsof the 15th of December.Mr. ian Band, which never fails to delight WOMAN'S RELIEF CORPS J I
appeal for funds to aid impoverishedJews a letter sent out to stockholdersof Kennedy has often visited Or- music lovers, and which has often Birmingham,Ala., Dec. 2.-*The 11
in the European nations at war. the Imperial Oil Company of Can- lando, as well as the shows he represents been heard in this city, is coming.: The regular monthly meeting of. Carlisle Indian football team outplayed .., !
It was stated that more than nine ada calling a, special meetin;" at Sar- There are fifteen in the lot Among the shows especially deserving I I the Woman's Relief Corps will be the University of Ala'ama r I r
million Jews live within the are;> nia, Ont., next Tuesday to ratify the and they have selected Orlando be- I of special mention are the wild' held at the home of Mrs. Sperry to- 'I I team here today- and won easily. 20 ;1'to !
of conflict and that six million of purchase by the Imperial company of cause, as Mr. Kennedy expressed it, I animal show, the pit show, Joyland' day at 3 p. m. A full attendance is 3.
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them are in the actual war zone in three oil companies of Peru. The Im- "Orlando is the best inland city in the Crystal Tangle Palace; Rogers' ath- desired. Rev. Eleanor Gordon will ,;
Poland, Galicia and along the whole perial Oil company, it is stated, is state. letic show; flea circus; Kinsel's $20- give an informal address on "A I I Buy your Christmas presents early.
Russian frontier. "Hunger, disease, controlled by the Standard Oil Com- They are giving exhibitions in Tam- 000 merry-go-round; Ferris wheel; Child's Memories of the War." Curtis' & U'Neai have the usual high
destitution in its extreme form." pany of New Jersey. pa this week, and at the close of next Prof. George, and Minnie. | Miss Canfield, secretary. I ::::ss goods, bet at low pyres.t


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Pinecastle Items strained applause broke forth in some I tion of the possible loss of the piano.::1 charge assigned to him and his re-j the faithful Uncle Johnnie. Littlewas cook it thoroughly. |'The foot-and- i
volume. Let us save it, and possess it before gard for the Newell family was known of his past history as he mouth disease is not easily communi-
There will be other entertainmentsgiven the close of this winter. evident. "Uncle Johnnie" ''
was a na- was uncommunicative on that sub- cated to human beiiufs through food,
Pine Castle Fla., Dec. .-Mrs. A. for the piano during the winter. Mr. L. T. Crish gave a talk and tive of Germany but had been in this : ject. His remains were interred in I although milk from *a diseased cow
N. Crutchfield left Tuesday eveningfor They will be diversified and will givean stereopticon views on the life of 'country for many years. He was I' Powell cemetery Wednesday afternoon might transmit the clsease to a human -
her home at Graceville after a opportunity for the display of all Christ and on the curse of intemper-i about eighty years of age and was Rev. Henry Slater conductingthe being. In the!. case of milk.
visit with her mother, Mrs. N. T. talent that can be found in Pine Cas- ance Sunday evening at Union Chap-j i suffering from physical weakness due: services at the grave and the however, pasteurization will T er
Hansel, who has been very ill, but tie. If we love America we love its I i i eL It was well attended and en- to effects of a recent illness and also Hand establishment of Orlando hav- it entirely safe. llujan bein who
who is now well on the road to re- institutions of public instruction and I! joyed. of that incidental to old age and on I ing charge of the arrangements. do get the disease commonl> j g t it
covery. I all that we do to secure improvementalong J Thursday there will be a dinner his return from a visit to a neighbor'sit J from direct contact \ith a sick ani-
Mr. and Mrs. L. Schweigl of Astoria any line for the benefit of j|and all day meeting of the Christian is supposed he toppled out of his !! maL It wisest, -efore, for people .
L. I., arrived Tuesday and are I schools and their courses of instruction -j| Workers in their chapter house. The oat when making his landing and in NOT A FEAR OF MEAT' to keep away th1 Jm all animal.*. '
being entertained at the home of we help in the great endeavor ladies are preparing for a Christmas his weakness was unable to help himself having the disease unless they are
their friends :Mr. and Mrs. J. W. of the American nation. There is a i, bazaar from the proceeds of which or to call for help. Mr. L. C. properly provided will rubber gloves:
Matchett. :Mr.: and Mrs. Schweigl band of ladies in this county who are '1 they expect to obtain a substantial Newell and his son, Mr. J. J. Newell, According to the specialists of the coats and boots, and 'these are thoroughly -
have owned property here for several working to have vocal music taught |i amount. Dinner will be served to of Orlando had just returned from Department of Agricultural peopleeven II : disinfected after each visit
years, but this is their first visit in the public schools of Orange coun- j j any one outside the society for 25 j I a hunting trip and they considered it in the States quarantined for to the animals.
South. They will build on their land ty and when that is made a possibility '1 cents. Any one desiring to help the providential that they were at hand the foot-and-mouth disease need haveno
this winter and will in all probabilitymake Pine Castle will be on the list and j' ladies in their work can do in this |I to look after the last sad offices for fear of eating meat provided they Get the news in TIt Sentinel first.
their home here. the school piano will be of great as- j way and will be welcomed and receive j
Mr. and Mrs. Jos. L. Sundy returned sistance then. It would be hard to a good dinner. j
Monday from an auto trip to find a more beautiful voice than the 1.| The Baptist Ladiej' Aid Society
the East Coast, where they visited natural Southern voice which in its served a chicken dinner Thanksgivingday
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relatives at New Smyrna and other rich and sweet mellowness is beyond for the benefit of their church
points. imitation and its powers of intonation I'I. building and did exceedingly well. ;I
Mrs. Chas. Livengood enjoyed a modulation solemnization are These ladies deserve praise and help P
visit the past week from her brother I those of such rarity that all loversof in their work for it is for a good I I }

Mr. J. F. Bedell of Charleston W. I music would be happy to help towards ; cause. 1j if ,
Va.Ir.. Bedell is at present the its cultivation and preserva-I The W. C. T. U. will hold its regular 1 Ih a
mayor of Charleston W. Va., and is tion. In the more advanced communities open meeting at Union Chapel I
a gentleman of high standing in that of this country there is nothing''' next Sunday evening. The usual pro-
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grander than the singing of the chil- gram followed is one of music and _
city.Mrs. .t-
O. R. Goodwill is in Orlandoat dren of the public schools and how literature appropriate and a talk on -
the home of her sister Mrs. L. grand to hear the cadences of the the subject of strong drink and its
FINE ICE CREAMS AND ICES
Hodge who is ill. Southern voice brought out in the destructive works. These eveningsare t
The Misses Frances and Billee May embellishments of good vocal train- always enjoyable and all are invited -
left Wednesday evening to spend ing. J! to attend. t
Thanksgiving with their sister Mrs. Though receiving some adverse criticism Rev. E. A. Milton was in town Sunday Telephone 664 I
W. F. Perry of Nocatee and returned those who have said they will evening on his way home from .
Sunday afternoon bringing their sister help to see the school piano paid for the observance of the fifth Sunday i ,
with them for a visit. will go on in their work and their ef- meeting of the Wekiwa Baptist Association .i
and will deliver
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. S. Manns and forts will be appreciated by all those held this time at Conway. we yourICE
son Mr. Clifford Manns of Arlington who take a broad view of life. Anyone 'i Rev. Henry Slater 'preached Sun- '
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Heights Ohio arrived Saturday to or any party of people who are day morning in Union Chapel. Sun- CEE..A..
spend the winter at the home of their willing to get up any entertainmentsfor day school and the services followingwere
daughter, Mrs. F. W. Anderson.The the benefit of the piano are at well attended.
first entertainment of the sea- liberty to do so. Mrs. S. Frank Phil- Wednesday evening will be held the For Sunday DinnerNew
son for the benefit of the school pianowas lips has been given charge by the regular weekly prayer meeting in j
given Tuesday evening in the school trustees to look after the mat- Union Chapel. Mrs. J. F. Harris is
York Ice Cream Specialty.
school auditorium. It was well pat- ter and any offers of help, or co-op- the leader and the subject is "Faith." | my

ronized and a good sum cleared. The eration, or contribution will be very Come all who can, and bring a verse Philadelphia and Fancy Ice Creams to Order .
program moved along smoothly and I gratefully received by her. Being a from the Bible on faith and its mean-
each number received applause. The lover of children and of music Mrs.
vocal numbers were all good and the'i; Phillips can be depended upon to do ing.This community was distressed and ......Wholesale and Retail, Bricks or Cans..f
piano solos of :Miss Loura Stinespring ,;her part; but she does not want to do saddened on last Wednesday to learnof
,, were very beautiful and most excel- i i it all, and offers of assistance from the sudden death by accidental Neapolitan Creams Always in Stock
] lently played. The "Salute to the (the people of Pine Castle will be evi- drowning of Mr. John Delvanthal.Mr. .
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Flag" by the children of the younger I dence that all have an interest in our Delvanthal, on "Uncle Johnnie," --- ------
classes in the school received considerable I public school. The singing of the as he was known to all here had lived
t praise. To any full blooded children of our school today is some- for quite a number of years at the O. ::E3:0EFLEB
s\ American the very sight of the American i thing worth listening to. Under the winter home of Mr. L. C. Newell of
t flag is soul stirring; and when guidance of Miss Frances May, who Ashtabula Ohio taking care of the St. Corner
Mariposa.
! Residence 205 Liberty ,
after the children had given their i is herself a vocalist and pianiste large groves while' the Newell familywere I
t pledge of allegiance to their country's their singing is really' very good, and at their home in Ohio in the Prices Reasonable."MMMMMMMOMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM"
I Around the Corner.
flag and were leaving the stage to there is a great clamor of protest summer time and he was esteemedby Factory .

. the strains of "Dixie" the hardly re-I, from the children at the mere men- them for his faithfulness to every, __ I ..
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A COUNTRY ESTATE it could not be in a fairer setting. A comfortable resi-

dence surrounded by a great variety of tropical fruits and shrubbery, and shadded by

giant oaks, situated fifty feet above and overlooking two of Lake County's far famed comparatively new, therefore in A 1 condition lot 70x180, 16 Bearing Orange Trees and
clear water, artesian lakes.
enough ground to make a good garden. Good neighborhood, within a block from a lake.
53; ACRES OF SPLENDIDLY DEVELOPED ORANGE and GRAPE FRUIT GROVE
YIELDING A HANDSOME PROFIT. Will be sold on very liberal terms as owner intends to move into the country, and so

10 ACRES OF FERTILE PRARIE AND MUCK LAND situated between two lakes and I make a very low price. As an investment it will yield 12 to 15 per cent net.
well protected from cold.

50 ACRES OF WELL LOCATED HAMMOCK LAND.

45 ACRES OF HIGH PINE LAND.

This proposition contains every variety of land found in the State and is one of the

chief citrus fruit producing sections. It is almost surrounded by lakes, there being five

touching and adjacent to the property. It is one mile from a railroad station via hard

surface roads; three miles by water to a good town, which is in plain view of the home, S E :E3 I < I :l'T G:

adjacent to the Lake Gem Villa Colony of winter residents. From this property one can .

run a motor boat into seven large lakes, abounding in fish and scenery, and from the last -

of these lakes to the Coast via the Ocklawaha and St. John's river, 216 miles.

IT IS WELL ADAPTED AS A
SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS TO INVESTORS INTENDING TO BUILD. We sell

Tourist Hotel Site, you any lot at reduced price providing you intend to build, and accept for purchase

A Sub-Division PropositionA price, second mortgage at 6 per cent interest. All our lands are beyond doubt the best

citrus land in Florida, and we pay the fare to anybody, whom we cannot convince of this

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i looking for it and they mostly stopin TO BREAK UP THE TRAFFIC IN I

CUPID ALERT DESPITE THE Taft. BAD EGGS i

:Mr.: Avery's new building is progressing -
finely and will soon be en- Authorities in Illinois Are Actively

l nial Hill GREAT1R closed. Mr. right's new house is enclosed Co-operating to Stop Rotten GRAND

and he will soon occupy it. Egg Traffic: j

N. :McKain: was a Sunday guest of I i
MARRIAGES IX EUROI'EARE
AI. Ellison at Fineview Cottage on City, state, and federal authoritiesare

HASTENED BY Lake Tanner.J. now actively co-operating in Illinois TOOA.Y: "

THE WAR II. Tice was on the sick list last to put an end to the illegal traffic -I

week, but now is improving. in rotten eggs. From evidence already I

. a high-class development in the Germans Wed Before Going to Lumber is rolling into the novelty gathered, there seems to be a I
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prettiest section of the city. Is the Front Now Number works mill and :Mr.: Richardson will definite market in Chicago for "rots "The Fuse of Death "
soon be in shape to fill orders for and spots" at $2 a case of 30 dozen. I ,
only nine blocks north east. About FheThousand anything made of wood. Come early In consequence rots and spots from I

Sidewalks all the way. Has ,and avoid the rush. all over the surrounding country I A Kalem special feature complete in two parts with
W. A. Levis and L. Bradford were have been coming into Chicago in

several new houses under con- I Berlin, Germany, Dec. ."War i business callers in Orlando :Monday.Rev. : large numbers. In the past the de-I I MONA DARKFEATHER Playing Lead

I marriages" will materially increasethe r R. J. Brewer closed his seriesof lay necessary to secure authorization
struction. Has water, gas and
number of marriages for Berlin from the seizures
meetings last Sunday evening asthe Washington to make -
electricity. Is in the highest this year. When the war broke out interest manifested was not sufficient under the federal food and drugs

many officers and in some cases pri- to warrant their continuancewith act has proved a serious handicap in 'The Widow and the Twins'A

point in the city, being 28 feet vates of the reserve and land ehr any degree of success. We breaking up the traffic. With the cooperation -

higher than the business sec- decided to marry on the eve of their hoped for better results. of the state authorities i Lubin Comedy.IMAURICE.

I departure for the front, with the re- Rev. Dr. Carmine, district superintendent however, this delay is now largely ,

tion. sult that August 1914, shows a total is expected to hold servicesin obviated. Under the detention section j

of marriages for Berlin of 5,793, as the chapel next Friday evening. of the state law governing this

against 1,309 for the same month last matter, state inspectors are able to COSTELLOAND

year. In the mobilization week, Au- hold suspicious shipments for examination -

gust 2-8, 3,941 marriage contractswere Items From and further investigation.The ESTELLE MARDO IN

made, of which the largest num- state authorities, being on the
C l nial Hill ber was due to the outbreak of the WindermereWindermere spot, are able to act with great "BELLA'S ELOPEMENT "

war. The first seven months of 1914 promptness. In this way not only ,

showed 11,620 marriages as against are seizures made possible, but the
A drama.
splendid Vitajjraph
11,620 in 1913.It toward criminal
necessary steps prosecution -
Fla., Dec. 2.-Mr. and
is believed here that the num- are also facilitated. One of
Irs. II. T. Brigham, of Wnuseon, 0.,
ber of marriages in Berlin due to the the firms in Chicago handling these
and sister, Mrs. B. R. Gifford, and
is on the market. Prices ranging war is not far below 4,500. Some of bad eggs has already been tried by a STILL WINNING I LAURELS
daughter, Gladys, Madison, N. Y.,
them had been planned for the autumn state court and found guilty. Ship-
from $350.00: to $600.00 per arrived Friday for the winter. They
and winter and it is "
seasons ments of bad egs are also being reported "THAT ORCHESTRA
had a delightful trip from New Yorkon
lot. Costs nothing to see it. For expected that for this reason the average the Lenape.M. to the authorities in Chicagoby ,

for these months will fall below city, state, and federal inspectorsin
further information see R. Vaughn and J. C. Palmer returned -
normal. This has already been
other states, in order that these
from their hunting trip and
demonstrated by the records for Sep- eggs may be traced to their ultimate 1
report a good time but very little lOc
temberin which month 1,570 marri- destination. 5c

ages took place as against 1,832 in game.
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Williams Jr.,
September, 1913. For 1914, up to
Kissimmee visitors Saturday.R. .
and including September, the numberof were NEIL McDUFFEE
E. Kline and M. R. Vaughn were
marriages is 18,436 as against Tomorrow---Jesse L. Lasky Presents
in Orlando Saturday on business.
CARL OANN 14,761 for the same period of 1913.
Contractor and ;Guilder
Mrs. Harry C. Luff arrived Thursday -
The outbreak of the war has also
from Cleveland for a visit with DUSTIN FARNUMIN
materially influenced for the better Bungalows a Specialty
c her parents, Mr. and :Mrs.: J. C.
the legitimization of children born
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Palmer. Arcade Building. Orlando
out of wedlock. In nearly all cases
The last car of furniture came this
this was done by the father of the I "THE VIRGINIAN
week for the furnishing of Rossmore
chili: ; marrying its mother. While in .
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Aug* -'?, 1913, only 168 children were Inn.Dr.

Good ThingsTo legitimized, their number in August, and from Mrs.Cleveland J. B. Thompson Monday and arrived -3 T. F. IIOURIMN | FIVE WONDERFUL REELS.A .

1914, was 1,048, of which number all
will assist in the formal opening of PARAMOUNT PRODUCTION.The .
but fi' : were given a proper status Licensed Plumber and i
Rossmore Inn on December 15th.
Eat before the law by marriage. In the Sanitary Engtneer Paramount is advertised
On Thanksgiving morning the Win- t Program as being
first seven months of 1914 only 1,409 Estimates Furnished. Jobbing "
t
dermere Civic Club did some good "For the Better Play House. They areshown ex-
children were legitimized as against Promptly Attended to.
work in roadway improvement, and clusively at THE GRAND.
1,492 for the same period in 1913. PHONE 629
hen fifty people gathered at the clubhouse

Strawberry Jam for a big turkey dinner. loci Court Street

Personal Items )}Margaret Buckley, :Mrs.: W. S.
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Jam : ORLANDO, fLORIDA i : : -
Blackberry
Brown, Dr. and Mrs. J. B. Thompson

Raspberry and Currant Jam From Taft, Fla. spent Tuesday in Orlando. 4-al-Im I

__ ' THE OLD RELIABLEDANN'S
White Cherries
SELLS HIS GROVES FOR $19,000
Taft, Fla., Dec. Thanksgiving
Red Cherries day was observed here generally. PROFIT !
TRANSFERDr.
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"Old Glory" was much in evidence SANDBOTwo
Red Raspberries
I Rev. Jacob C. Funderburgh Demon-
floating in the breeze in every direc-
Peaches tion. :Mr.: L. Bradford is the latestto strates High Quality of Lake B. D. AVIENENGA, Prop.

raise a nice new flag. Rev. R. J. County Land Compression Starter
Pears
Brewer preached a Thanksgiving ser-
Comb Honey mon in the chapel which was well at- The famous "Bay State" and "Lin- MADE ESPECIALLY FOR FORDS Livery, Draying and HaulingWE

tended, the people being called out, coln" groves of 155 acres, of which r

Clear Honey in Bottles no doubt, by the ringing of the new 25 acres are in bearing trees, rest in Wiir.Start: Any Car That

Halibut and Cod Fish bell, which was recently erected. alfalfa and timber, was sold Mondayby Can be Cranked I r GUARANTEE GOOD SERVICE
:Many: were invited to take dinner Rev. Jacob C. Funderburgh for .

with their friends, some of whom $17,000. The purchaser is Mr. Ed- One sharp pull from tl.e :

were G. K. Thomas with :Mr.: and Mrs.C. ward H. L. Page, of Philadelphia, a
A. Tompkins, who later had R. K. young capitalist, who will bring his seat turns the engine or AUTO, AUTO BUS AND TRUCK

CARDTHERS & GORE Harriman as a guest; J. A. Smith and family here to reside. Also his mother two compression?. .

wife, of Kissimmee, of Jer- Mrs. Fannie L. the
,
formerly Page bought '
for Ten Solicited
That 'QUEER SHAPED WHEt: Country Driving Eight or
sey Shore, Pa., and N. McKain were "Washington" grove, including Lake j

New Modern !guests of Mr. and :Mrs.: John Hill; Bundy Heights and Picnic Park prop- Does It.
Grocery HORSES FOR SALE
y D. B. Sphaler, R. K. Harriman and II. erty, 225 acres, the price being $12-

C. Hammond were guests of Mrs 000. All this property was bought Seethe Sand bo
Orlando Florida
Phone 200 Helen J. Dennis, and J. A. Simms, three years ago bjT: Rev. Funderburgh, 'Phone 257. ,

with :Mrs.: :Minnie: Riley. then just arrived from Los Angeles, II
FORD GARAGr :
Rev. Mr.\ Gill, of Lakeland, was the Cal., for $10,050. Profit by this sale, .

6 and 8 East Pine St. guest of Rev. and Mrs W. E. Murphy $184)50); besides having sold from the _.... v--
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ORLANDO Conway.Mrs. reside here on his place, "Ferncliffe,"

:: W. Murphy left last Monday half mile east of Bay State grove,

for Tampa to visit her daughter, declaring that Lake county is the I !

Mrs. H. D. Baggerly. She will remain "garden spot" of the world. One year I Do not worry about your

PLUMBING CO there until after the holidays.Miss ago the Lake Region described the i

:: Lydia Ryall arrived here last above property and told of the high

week from Clyde, 0., for the winter.J. price derived from its fruit. The

26 WEST PINE STREET D. Rutledge was a seeker after item was widely read and it is be-

business and pleasure in Orlando Fri- lieved the notoriety resulted in this and

PHONE 122 day.Mr. handsome transaction.We Plumbing Seweringl

:: T. F. Redwood, of Kissimmee, shall welcome the Pages to

formerly of Paul Smith's, N. Y., wasa Lake count-Lake Region.An .
at Low-
Best Plumbing guest of :Mr.: and :Mrs.: J. II. Esteson j

est PricesWe Friday.By article entitled "The Smiths

the taking off of trains 27 and Are Waking Up," in the current num-
are not in the combine. 28 the A. C L. is losing a big reve- ber of the Ladies' Home Journal, is We will do it for you and you pay when you I

SLA UTElt'S latest inventions usedon nue, and Taft many visitors, especially -, well worth reading by all who do, and jF.

all first-class on Sunday. :Many: people came I all who profess not to believe that : get ready

to visit friends here, going back in national prohibition is sure to come. '

Plumbing ConstructionReal the evening, who now can not make it I The article closes with these words:

by train, and autos are not always "And so, national prohibition is just

handy.Mr. around the corner of the square. The
B. Beacham is making exten- band can be plainly heard and the :
Estate Boughtand sive improvements on his 40 acre head of the procession is likely to Call on F. JOSEPH RAEHN PLUMBING and HfATING CO. .
truck land
Sold. just south of town. A come into view at any moment.

large gang of men have been clearingand --
-- ditching for several weeks. Now
The slogan, "Do
your shopping
City Building Lots, $100; $1.00 cash he is having it plowed. When he early," should be changed to read, t Cor. Graves'Sandglrvin'' ; Streets 7

and $1.00 i er week buys a Lot gets it thoroughly ditched and sub- "Do your buying early. Thousands Rl .

RENTS COLLECTED. dued he will have a "Garden of Eden" of ladies crowd the large and small

and second to none for raising vegetables. stores for the purpose of "shoppingfor 1
=Notary Work Promptly Neatly
Done. People are still coming in from the weeks before the holidays. But ORLANDO
land of icicles every day. We hear ,
they leave the major portion of their
N.P.HATCHERORLANDO of several sales being made to home buying until the last day in the after-

seekers who will build homes here, noon. It is the "shopper" that wears

,FLORIDA some permanently and others for a out the patience and nerves of both : !
winter home. Taft is not being advertised
proprietors and salesmen. mo.-I1-15
Office at' Pinehurst ParkP. :
to any extent, but people I
O. Box 281 will find I ,
a good when
thing they are Subscribe for The Daily SentineL [
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THE DAILY TO TilE EDITOR OF SIDELIGHTS ished in literary style as those poetic
I I and musical gems that Lambright

South Florida SentinelMORNING THE SENTINELDear (By W. S. Branch) writes in the Tampa Tribune. Lam- I

AND WEEKLYW. I I I Messrs. Race Bowden and Brun- i bright's poetry is superior in one re .

M. GLENN .....................Editor Mr. Editor-Replying to your thal, mayoralty candidates of Jacksonville spect. It is never lame in it's feet, .
W. C. ESSINGTON.....BurineM Manager article, "Point Your Gun the Other
-- --- followed the example of while some of the war poetry breaksall i
-Entered- at the poetofiice at Orlando. Flor Way," let me answer the question as their national leader when they told the established rules of rhyme, OUR ANNUAL
ida. M Second Claw Mail Matter. to "why the fool points his unloadedgun d
the Duval Democratic club that they rhythm and rhetoric.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES "
Daily. 1 Year ........................ 15.00 at a human being. prefererd not to have its support. In -- i
Daily. 6 Months ...................... 2.50 The secret of this lies in the fact !
Daily 3 Months ...................... 1.25 other words they \\llsonized the sit- The English parliament put a
Daily. 1 Month ....................... -COWeekly. that so many parents will buy a toy uation. In time they may complete heavy tax on wine beer and spirits to CHRISTMAS SALE ,

1 Year ...................... $1.00 pistol or gun for their boy, and then | the good example and be Harveyized help make up the "war budget, but
Weekly. 6 Months.......:: ........,.. -5: when the boy points the gun at them
back into the fold. found they needed many more pounds
IN will through all sorts of i
PAYABLE
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS they go
ADVANCETO -o- and in order to make what Lloyd
funny(?) antics as though they were
| Some one has remarked that if George calls the "elusive teetotaller"pay
ADVERTISERS: shot etc. instead of teaching the
,
1"England is paying $55 per second a part of the increased expense,
Copy for display and all ether handactadvertiainr boy never to point even a toy pistolor OF
must be handra in at the busmesavflice for carrying on her war against Ger- a special tax has been put upon tea
.f the Sentinel not later than Z p. m. gun at any human being. If the
many she does not seem to be gettingher which is expected to bring in over
the day before publication. This rule appliesto parents would do this, the boy would
changes for contract advertising: it if money's worth." England oughtto three million pounds sterling in 1915.
Invariable and will be strictly adhered to.SoWcrTWr get in the habit of keeping his gun Silks
quit and apply to Selfridge, the andRibbons I
d esuing The Sentinel discontinued pointed in some other direction, and
should notify the office in writing on great London department store mag- 10,000 TAILORS IDLE IN
otherwise it will be when he grew up would never, under
date of expiration
the
nate, for a bargain counter war at a
the regular subscription rates NEW YORK CITY
rrataBued at any circumstances point a gun at any
until n.tice to atop is recrived.T reduced price.
.l* h.ne Numb r ...."................. 24 one. Parents think it over, and see -- I I I
if have not been encouragingyour Employers Force Issue-250; 1
19U.Season's you
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 3, The Times-Union has a page devoted e
boy to do this very thing, and if to the subject of "Unusual Shops Metropolis: Closed-
indigestion is keeping up so, begin right now to break him of .
Christmas Gifts. Our idea of an un- No Agreement in Sight
the habit, before he makes a fatal
its batting average.
usual (and welcome) Christmas giftis
o mistake, and points an unloaded gun 2.-A novel strikein
to receive something one really New York Dec.
have the Kaiser's at some friend and it "goes off." COMMENCES
Russians
may which employers forced the issue
wishes to have but does not really I
coat, but they haven't his goat yet. Yours need. This, for obvious reasons bars I began here today with the result that '

o F. N. BOARDMAN. out hosiery handkerchiefs, shoes, collars 10,000 tailors are idle and 250 shops
TO-DAY !
International joke-Chile's threatto -- etc. For quite different but controlled by the Children's Contractors -

sic its navy on German warships. Dear Sir-I want to make a protest none the less obvious reasons, it also Association, composed of finishers -

o though I fear it is too late tobe puts a ban on plush shaving sets out i[ who contract for making up garjments I
Always a mystery to a manwhatshe of much avail. for closed. AND
of date literature in gaudy bindings, manufacturers are I
can see in the fellow she prefersto Wherever possible all towns and !pug dogs, velvet vests and white ele The closing order was declared to
him. cities are making the streets from phants. force the manufacturers to withdrawa I Continues Until Monday Next

r o 40 to 60 feet wide. Nothing adds --0"It's reduction in prices which they put I II L .
A spanking by the allies might be more to the beauty of a city than for '
a long ways to Tipperary into effect some days ago making
about the best thing that could hap- broad avenues. I and virtually Everything in Silks ,
which is in the country where according -I up of garments, therefore -II III
.' pen to Colombia. Through some mistake of judgmentsome to the old song, "They kept I a strike. Everything in RibbonsPOSITIVELY

o of the residents on West Cen- the pig in the parlor," etc., but far i. A statement by the association I
"Give us this day our daily free tral avenue persuaded the council to distant as it is, we would rather be states that in the present conditionof I :

advertising" is the morning prayerof agree to the narrowing of the street. there, pigs or no pigs, than be a the trade it would be out of the I

entirely too many people. This, if carried out, will be a grave I dweller in Ostend Dixmude Ypres question to accept the reduction es- {I I

u mistake that we shall have to live Lille, Przemysl Zeebrugge, or any of pecially as the contractors have already REDUCED !
Local and telegraph news in The with for the balance of our lives. the other unpronounceable war devastated increased the wages of their
Sentinel is not three and four days Surely the signers of the petitiondid
cities. tailors, who are now idle.
old. It's right up to the minute.To not consider how much better the i io ,i HERE'S A SPECIAL !

o avenue will look. This is the prin- and Pinellas counties
Duval are KAISER EXPRESSES HOPE FOR
be prepared for war is one of cipal thoroughfare of the west side, 35 Inch Colore1 Silk Messalines, our ,
both enjoying the distinction of in- j i FRAXCE'S'HIEXDSIIIP
the most effectual means of considerable
preserv- commanding very traf- SI.CO quality
junction suits in reference to the ext j
ing peace.-George Washington.The fic. I know the council were not in of funds for the 4HERE'S
penditure buildingand I Visits Wounded Foemen and Pays for 69
o favor of granting the petition and of house and cents
improving court I Homage to Their Valor Says
statement that not more than perhaps if the matter is taken before
the
jail. Considering all Letter to Paris
fifty defeated congressmen desire them something can be done. it is be circum-I
stances, not to A SPECIAL! !
presidential appointments seems to Can not and will not
some one
and Clearwater
that St. Petersburg Paris Dec. 2.-Emperor William is
make a noise like exaggeration. make an effort to have a dirt centeror should have a scrap over their county I reported in a letter, received by one 40 inch All Pure Silk Crepe de Chine,
o the whole width paved? I
buildings. But we are somewhat sur- of the editors of Patrie from a cer-
Raymond Hichcock, actor isn't A. B. I Black and Colors. Our regular $1.50
prised that the county commissionersof tain Capt. "M. Y." undergoing treat- j
afraid of the "yellow peril. Accord-
-- Duval county should have let a ment at a hospital in the German quality
ing to testimony in a Washingtoncourt Editor of The Sentinel and the contract that seems to have been so fortress of Metz and having visited I for
his valet his $1.15
Jap keeps money.
Public-A lot of false statements
glaringly contrary to the statutes. the French wounded saying:

o concerning the shooting accident are -- "I give my imperial homage gentlemen -

A Pensacolan read has made the and follow-down being freely circulated. Among themis Elihu Root who ought to know, to your valor and, notwith- HERE'S A SPECIAL !
ing discovery- across :
that I do not care for my boy; says that over 62,000 laws have been standing the cruel circumstances of .
JOF FRE
FRE'NChIThis when I have been too heartbroken to passed in this country during the past the present I do not despair of see- I 40 inch All Pure Silk Charmeuse, Black
is significant. If there is any- attend to my business. My son immediately five years. It is not so much a short- ing one day Germany and France

thing in signs the Germans may now following the accident ran age or an overproduction of laws that united by ties of sincere friendship." 'I and Colors. Our regular $2.00 quality

well beware.-Pensacola Journal. to Will Foster, telling him about it makes the trouble. It is because for $1.49RIBBONS

-o- and saying "I am in trouble, I want there is an army of about twice sixty- MOVIE CAMERA MEN ARE I i
to and tell mother." He thousand in the : s
SCOOP you go my two lawyers country BUSY"A I I
It has been several days since we went with him to the mayor's officeto who are always trying to find a way ,
have heard about the hidden wireless tell him about it. This is a little by which their clients can evade the I I j jI

station in Florida. Some enterprising different from the story circulated of laws. Fool There Was" Is Being

cub reporter who is getting $12 the 19-year-old young man whom the Staged at St. Augustine- I I

per should immortalize himself by police chased and found hiding in a Some of the farm papers are discussing Based on Kipling's VampireSt. Lot 1

getting a state scoop. haystack trembling with fright. The the question, "How to have
o truth is sad enough without adding fresh eggs in winter." The best way Augustine Fla., Dec. 2.-After 100 bolts worth 30c., 35c. yd

TREASURES- falsehoods to ruin the hitherto clean we have ever found is to be real niceto a day or two of work in Jacksonville

Perhaps when Christmas comes, character of the boy, who is only 15 the grocery man give him 50 cents one of the movie companies now here Sale 17 cents

you will receive many gifts. Most of years 10 months old. I hope none of and ask him to send up ten fresh expect to finish up on the St. Augus-

them will be bright, fresh things pur- the other mothers reading this will eggs. If not more than two or three tine scenes today and return to New

chased for you by relatives or friends. have to go through the heartbreaking of them are unpoachable you may York. The company has been work- Lot 2

. And perhaps there will be a home- experiences I am enduring. consider that you are in luck and ing upon scenes in the movie feature,
bolts worth 40c. 45c.
100 yd
made pen wiper or some similar trinket MRS. E. R. AEGAN. caught a bargain. "A Fool There Was," based upon Kip- ,

laboriously prepared for you bya ; --0-- ling's Vampire.
child or an aged person. This is They run almost anything and everything Some of the songs written about Sale 23 cents I

the gift you will smile at and lay on wheels these days. the European war are almost as pol Subscribe for The Daily SentineL

aside. I -- -- -- ------ -- --- Lot 3
But in the years to come, when all -- -- --- ---- I

the bright new "boughten" gifts are 100 bolts worth up to $1.00
outworn and long forgotten, the little j '

home-made gift will still be remem- j I Sale 59 cents
bered and retained. The child who Gifts That Endure

made it will be a man or a woman

then, or the aged person whose fin-
gers contrived it will have joined the I Any 55.00 Men's Shoe in the

choir invisible.

The worthless thing of today some- : Store this week for $3.98

times becomes tomorrow's treasure. The very air is now becoming charged with the I

SUGGESTION'S-o spirit of giving, for Christmas will soon be here.

Our Grocery Departmentduring
We read of "Suggestions for Christmas I

Presents" in nearly every exchange The choice and preferred gift is the one which endures, this sale offers the following

that comes to the desk. To because it the continuity of love and friendship i
the people who possess money or credit suggests special prices on

these suggestions are timely, and

help make the task of selecting some- Such a gift is a watch or piece of jewelry.You i Snowdrift Corn dozen $1.25 e
thing for uncle and aunt and cousin i $1.25
Van Camp's Peas, dozen -
tad brother and the rest, an easy

one. But to the thousands of poor will find at our store everything that would] distin- 10 Ibs. Snowdrilt Lard 90c

people here in the United States guish a first-class jewelry store-gifts of rare value for the lavish 50c
these u .
suggestions be likened 5 Ibs.
may to -
the two ragged street urchins of a spender, and an almost unlimited choice of less expensive.but .

great city who watched sparrows flit charming gifts to suit the limited income. Ibs.u 40c

from tree branch to tree branch the

day before Thanksgiving, one remark- i
ing, "Chee, Willie, I wisht dem spar- We are sure our selections will ;please you.

rows wuz turkeys." I

About the best suggestion that can i

be made in the way of Christmas I i
[ CO. e
IVES
presents is to pick out about a dozen DICKSON

needy home folks; think up some-

thing that would help to make 1915 a T. H. EVANSJEWELER i

rosy year and then step into the near- i
est store and order. By doing this i

happiness in plenty will come and a .DEPARTMENT STORE.
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I heart will radiate the warmth of love .. ..

L by rendering service.
F F Orlando Orange Avenue Florida ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE

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II' LUCERNE TODAY"DOPE I Open Admission 2 p. m. and 5-centsMUMIMilie 6:30 p. m. I I



1. TODAY'S PROGRAMFour MIIMIMM Jewelry for Christmas"the j

I Big Reels We have on display now a big assortment of Jewelry for
. UniversaL "Universal Ike, Jr.,and .
the Vampire." A western comedy. Holidays.It
I Featuring LAURA NELSON HALLs PO\\ers. Cleo Madison in "The Last
I of Their Race," in two parts. A 'I'
western drama, WilfredLucas.
produced by
t SIX REELS SIX STARS SIX I I
Lubin. "Training a Tightwad. A
one reel comedy.
+ An uplift drama in protest against the in disc riminating use of habit-forming

J drugs.t is not too early to select your presents now-nothing has
been picked over.
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"THE BENEVOLENCE OF CONDUCTOR 786," Thanhouser. Featuring GOOD

? Riley Chamberlain and the Thanhouser children.
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GASOLINEAND [

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. given with every admission, good for the Lucerne Theatre Great in U n

Automobile Contest. SUPREME AUTO OIL I :i .

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ARE THE BEST FOR YOUR CAR u un

I Same: Little Prices I I

Deliveries or shipments of Gaso- uA
line and Kerosene in 50 gallon lots

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storage tanks kept on hand.
l j debate ended in a "draw." U We will gladly lay away your selections until you want them.
It is the intention of the club to
I I Lubricating Oil and Greases to suit We INVITE you to look at our goods before buying.
(Mania have cards printed and distributed ,
nrtrty I throughout the city inviting all stran- I all cars. Give make of car when you

gers and the public to attend the order.
-Edited By Miss Eliza Wright .A.llen Z Oo
I meetings and participate in the dis- .,
Office telephone No. ((79. Residence telephone No. 254
: cussions. The has
beeni
I experiment JEWELERS
i i tried in other cities and has proved GUlf REfINING COil
WEEKLY SOCIAL CALENDARDec. Yearby, who will be with them until j highly successful. "
the holidays. I RELIABLE REPAIRING. "EVERYTHING GUARANTEED.
About twenty men at
3rd-5th. j were present P. G. WALTON, Agent
Delightful Dancing Party I last night's meeting. .
Mrs. Vincent :Moody: entertained a -
Thursday 1! Bazaar a Success Office Phone 430.; ia.o..d
3 P.M.-Rosalind Club; Mrs. Miller, few friends with a dancing party at
chairman. her charming home on East Central i|i The bazaar given by the St. Ce- Residence Phone 269. 1. I MCMIUCMIOIMMMW. c: --"-.-,-, r ') I 1 I 11"----1" .
Methodist ladies' bazaar, old post- | cilia's Guild at the Chapter House
office building, three days. avenue Tuesday evening. The hours yesterday was so highly successfulthat S. Coleman W. R. Rhan
f Woman's Relief Corps; Mrs. Sperry passed most pleasantly in trying the
many persons were turned away. THERE'S A REASON FOR |
hostess.
many popular new steps. Punch and j
VENEER
8 P.M.-Conewago Club; :Miss Mayer, cake were served during the evening. j!i About $100 was realized from it. CORES

hostess. Friday Charming House Guest $1.25 :: SUN: PTF PATN7;

3 P.M.-Nullos Club; Mrs. DeWitt Miss Miriam Bailey is the charm- ,I TilE WEEKLY TRADE BALANCE =

Miller, hostess. ing house guest of the Misses Hal- SHOWS OVER $43,000,000 Per Strand Up Sold at gaining in- popularity every day
Sewing Club; :Miss McQuarters, ,
stead in their home on Grace street. &

hostess.Poinsettia Club; :Mrs. Peter Palen, :Miss Bailey and :Miss: Lou Halsteadwere Monthly Exxcess of Exports Over Imports FIRE-PLACE OAK CHUNKS WOOD AND QUALITY-THAT'S IT
, hostess. friends in Northfield Seminary, Will It Is Estimated, Be We also handle a full line of Painter A PaperHangers
W. C. T. U.rMethodis;; church. :Massachusetts. Over $70,000,000 Orlando Wood Yard Supplies. 2000 Rolls Wall Paper |
Saturday Classical Club MeetingThe I to go at
3 P.M.-D. A. R. monthly meeting; B. W. Kingsley, Proprietor
Mrs. O'Neal, hostess. Classical Club met in its first i Washington, Dec. 2.-Exports from PINE STREET AND R. R. ORLANDO PAINT'AHD WALL PAPER! CO. i !
6 P.M.-Buffet dinner; Miss Ella j I regular session Tuesday afternoon. ,the twelve ports which handle eightyper Telephone 344 ; i
Taylor Slemons, hostess. The president, :Miss: Ruth :McCul- D-30 205 So.OrangejAve.:
cent. of the export business of TheSignoftheSun; Phone-261
Mrs. Haden "Aat Home"Mrs.
I lough, presided. After a short busi-
I the United States totalled $43,078,532 -
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Algernon laden was "at I Iborne" .e'GPIII'I"1'81'I"I'il"I'II'I'I'IIBIII'II
ness meeting, :Miss Theresa Warner ,for the week ending November 28, as ______ _____
yesterday to her many friendsat I I I and Mr. Carl Henderson read papers v .
with
compared imports
aggregating
her lovely home, "Nightingale on the life of Victom Emmanuel and I
$26,685,557, leaving favorable trade
I a
Lodge, on :North Main street. the recent dedication of amonument I balance of $16,413,295.

With :Mrs. :Mathews I i ito I him in Rome. Mr. Willis Rogers : The twenty-two working days of FRANK.. A. CURTIS WILLIAM: R. O'NEAb
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The Twentieth Century Club met )I gave a talk on the l life of Virgil, this November yielded a trade balance of 1
yesterday afternoon with :Mrs. T. W. 'I being especialy interesting to the i iI
$63,188,992 in favor of the United
Mathews. The last scene of Iac- I class, as they are studying Virgil at i States, which, according to official Established 1886 ,
beth" read, after which the elec- This class -
was present. is to be compli- estimates, indicates a November
tion of officers was held. The newly mented for taking up some deeper ,
port excess of approximately $
elected president is Mrs. Lucretia reading than the light books of the eX-I
000,000 for the entire country. CURTIS
&
Johnson; vice-president. Miss An- day thereby, raising the literary 09NEAL
toinette Slemons; treasurer, :Mrs.: A. standard of our school. --- --- ---- ,

K. og-ue. The club will be enter- Rosalind Club ReceptionAn t

tained next by :Mrs. C. P. Dow. Each informal reception is to be in INSURANCE LOANS
member will bring some Christmas the form of an entertainment at the Poland China HogsA
sewing and spend a social afternoon. I Rosalind Club at 3:30 o'clock this afternoon -

' Unity Circle Meeting so many winter members REAL ESTATE RENTALS
The Unity Circle had quite an interesting I have returned to the city, and it is fine bunch of fifteen at a AA

meeting on Wednesday afternoon -I requested that all members attend bargain. If interested, see
each one present respondingto i and take advantage of the opportunity me at once. Otherwise the
1! to become better butcher gets them.J. .
the roll call with some short cur- acquainted. The
rent event. Mrs. Fred Stanley went | hospitality committee, :Mrs. Harriet B. LAWTON,
deeper into the events of the day, j Miller, chairman extends a cordial Orlando, Fla.
FOR RENT---Bungalo 5 Rooms Furnished South MainStreet.
first taking up the foreign news, then welcome to every member. ,

our country next state, and city. The Men's Open Forum Club i

latest war news was given; suffrage, The :Men's Open Forum met las A
industrial and prison work, health, night, the question for discussion beI tOSTEOPATHY
music and new shows were discussed I ing, "Can a Christian conscientiouslyuse Seven Room House, South Orlando.

the latest word on these subjects [ the Sabbath as a day of recrea-
keeping the members well informedon ':tion?" i iI DR.
J. C .HOWELL
I Two New Five Room Houses South West Orlando.
nearly every question of the day. The question of considerable ,
I I I was Hours, 10-12, 3-5, and by appointment
Guest of Mr. and :Mrs. YearbyMr. interest. Mr. Williams took the neg No extra charge tor house treatment "
and Mrs. Ralph Yearby have !!ative side of the question and :Mr. Except Night Calls.Telephone .
an attractive house guest, :Mrs.: J. Albert '''Voorhies I proclaimed the affirmative connections A -
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Mooneyham, a sister of :Mr.: i The I could
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FOR ing RENT-Nicely rooms; all conveniences furnished ;sleep-spe- -/l..ITIber" La1:11s acid S11ingles

SENTINEL cial rates for season. No. 205 Magnolia -
avenue. 12-2-lwk*

FOR RENT-Suite of rooms now occupied -
WANTSThe by Dr. Christ. Long term
tenants only desired. Jno. M. Cheney.
11-13-tfc

FOR RENT-Large, attractive room. /
Morning Sentinel Want Inquire No. 8 West Washington St.
Directory is the Greatest Want 11-8-tfc
Ad Medium in Orlando. ORLANDO

FOR RENT Beautiful dwelling with
Terms Cash in Advance.
elegantly furnished
garage; ; on
Lake Lucerne. Jas. A. Knox.
RATES 8-27-tf
For One Day ______________2.1t;
Lime
Cement Plaster and Perferticn
For Three Days ____________50c i Royal Agatite
For Six Days -______________7oc; FOR RENT-Seven room house; water ._ ---- ---
A CORNER LOTis For One Month ____________$2.50 gas electric lights, bath etc.; --- -
This barn stable chicken house; lot 100 by
rate applies on all ads of
200 feet. at 735 North {
Apply Orange ,
25 words or less. If the ad con-
always the Buyer's choice. tains more than 25 words the rate avenue. 10-31-tf

will be one cent per word for
There are but few corners FOR RENT-Small flat, modern con- -
each additional word, for each in-
sertion.If veniences, unfurnished. Jas. A. : LJ: IToaJ
and sold
they are generally Knox. 11-3-tf T afa/ had ice!
you can't bring your ad to
early the office telephone No. 24. Ac-
counts opened by telephone will be FOR RENT FURNISHED-Three I
We have a house on a good payable' the following day. large airy rooms and sleeping \
porch; near Lake Lucerne. :Mrs.: J. E. l''

corner lot, all modern and Every Home-Every Business- Foster, 411 South Boone street. Important friendships result from the right introduction and p
11-11-tfc
Every Man has use for a

! up-to-date. Sentinel Want Ad. FOR RENT-Large convenient rooms the most important ones come through the right banking con-

A NEW HOUSE FOR SALE ant for sunshine light housekeeping.front bed room Also on pleas-first nections. Association is the keynote of all business success. We I

floor. Private family and modern
conveniences. 315 West Central. invite you to open an account with us where a personal inter-
The price is very low for FOR SALE-Furniture, dishes and 11-24-tfc.
two fireless cookers, etc., used by est is taken in every depositor.ORLANDO .
this grade of property. Call Civic League. Apply to Mr. Hugh M
Allen at the fair grounds. 12-2-lwc FOR RENT-Apartment of four nice-
in and let us take you out ly furnished rooms; gas separate
FOR SALE OR TRADE-One Xo. 5 bath, new. house; adults only. 60-1
and show it to you today Oliver typewriter with splendid !Magnolia avenue. 11-10-tf- BANK & TRUST

leather case. :Machine: in excellent
condition used but very little. Call WANTED CO.'J
ORLANDO BUIlDING & LAND
GO
between 12 o'clock noon and 2 p. m.
for terms. Inquire at Sentinel office. WANTED-Position driving automobile -
11-28-tf for hire or private family, by
II North Orange Avenue
young white man 19 years old. Have
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FOR SALE-The attractive 8 room had experience. Can furnish refer- 9MIIMIIIIMMIHMI 1 II 1 I . .I & i \I U .,.4 4 h : ; : ; : :
PHONE
608
ence. Address I. J. Carter, Orlando
dwelling, 202 Hillcrest avenue; Fla., R. F. D. No.1. 12-1-3t*
OPPOSITE SAN JUAN HOTEL modern and complete in every re-
spect. If interested call up phone WANTED TO RENT a horse, by the
565. 11-24-tf
month; will take care of horse and -EXPOSITION
FRED B. DALEC. feed. Address X. care Sentinel.
H. BRYANT FOR SALE-Ten acres fine orange ll-28-6t
land; about 3 acres cleared; 3-4 ofa
DAVIS& GILES Counsel mite.south of Gill's store and 1-2 USE TEDDER'S DEAD SHOT-It
F. A. PEPPERCORN, Contractor mile east of Lake Conway, on terminal will cure your chickens of sore- MIDWINTER
of proposed brick road. Ad- head and prevent them from havingthe
dress Anna H. Piatt, R. R. No. 1, Box dreaded disease. One or two applications -
43, Orlando. 11-24-lm. !! is sufficient. For sale at

I Business Directory'I, my resiience, 309 America street Or- :

ForBUSY FOR for SALE-Nice small family,; comfortable grapefruit guava home ''ando.ll-28-6t Price 50c. and $1 per bottle. CRZ.1.I t.0. FT-. .. .

and orange trees; six squares of post-
MEN.\ office. Apply toV.. D. West. 510 TOURISTS wanted at private board-
Marion avenue or Hotel Astor. ing house, near Lake Standish; F RR Q-13 1915EDUCATIONAL

11-18-lmo twenty of fishing; real country life; 9
Northern cooking; reasonable rates.
SHOE HOSPITAL FOR SALE-Five room house one \ddress :Mrs.: L. Smoot, Plymouth
Bouton Brothers, corner Church mile from court house $650. One Fla. 11-29-6t*
and Orange avenue. Shoes repaired Liberty Brush automobile $75. In-

while you wait. Best rubber heels, quire Shoe Hospital 8 East Church FOR SALE-Typewriters,, visible
40 cents. Best English tan leather.
Phone 487. 11-15-lmo* street. ll-17-lmo new and used ones at ten dollars Embracing-Agriculture, Horticulture, Floriculture, Domestic
and up. Cash talks. Get a good machine -
FOR SALE-One seven passenger, cheap. Almost new: Oliver No. Arts and Crafts, with exhibits of Stock, Hogs and Poultry,
Up to date painting, papering, etc., six cylinder automobile 1 year old, 5, twenty-five dollars. C. McEwen.:: .
is the kind you want. Where to get first class condition. Don't answer l2-3-3t and the products of South Florida. Racing, Polo, Sports .

it? That's easy, phone 636.P.. T. unless interested. Address Bargain,
Lectures and Entertainments all kinds
Entrican. 1-20-tf care ot Sentinel. 11-14-tf EXPERT STENOGRAPHER and secretary Areoplans
wishes whole or part time
FOP. SALE-Cabbage Plants Charleston work. New York experience of several -
Eat all you want. Wakefield $1.00 per thousand. years in commercial, educational
Eat what you want. Frank Phillips Pine Castle. and literary lines. Papid dictationto -For Information or premium list, address
Take a postscript and forget it. 10-23-tf machine. Address C., care Sen i-
For sale by all druggists. nel. 12-;:;-6t*
17d&wlyrAUl'ICE FOR SALE-Fine cypress fence posts \VM.' R. O'NEAL, Sec'y H. H. DICKSON, Pres'tI (

Inquire of Frank Phillips Pine Cas- THE M. E. "NATIONAL" BAZAARwill
tle. 9-18-tf be held in the old postoffice

Get your roses now and have lotsf room Thursday Friday and Saturday , M"" , ill iilMIMinilll ,1",1.
bloom through the winter. Roses
FOR SALE-Forty acres of fine beginning at 3 p. m. Thursday,
now ready for shipment.W. hammock land; eight in grove; the December 3rd. Buy your Christmas
H. BROKAW, Salesman. present crop of oranges will be from presents at the bazaar. Luncheonwill
11-3-tf 750 to 1.000 boxes; 500 trees all told, be served each noon and supper
ready for sitting-10 acres in lake Friday evening at 25; cents. Chicken
Who is your painter and decorator? one and quarter miles from Apopka. supper Thursday and turkey simner
If you are satisfied keep the one you Price $:>,000. Address W. H., Box Saturday at 50) cents. 12-3-3tc $ zizeJ'ftrJ"We a

No.hare 636.; if not, phone W. T. Entrican.1-20-tf 178, Orlando, Fla. 9-23-tf _-- I I 1I"or

For Sale ROOMS: FOR RENT ,

Eat what you want. 30 Acres citrus and vegetable land
Eat all you want. 20 fenced, 10 cleared crop on it now, NICE. LARGE FURNISHED ROOM, Bros' famous
of Foster
to'nlts! *) received
40(
only. Delaney street. have a car
Take a postscript and forget it. ready for planting trees this winter
For sale by all druggists. : and crop next spring; near school and 10-25-tf
l-7-d&w-lyr church; half mile of railroad station;
good neighborhood; four miles from THREE ROOMS AND BATH, furnished -
almost and court house. Special price if taken in :: or unfurnished:: for lient Iron Beds
They run anything everything -
next 3d days. Box 4, Orlando. housekeeping; electric lights; new Porslanlyke
on wheels these days. 10- ;)-tf house. Phone Johnson 67. 2S-f.t


WINTER GRAIN CROPS IN SOUTH Ndrsery stocK FOR one SALE, two, three 'and I MISCELLANEOUSThe There is nothing that will compare with the finish

VALUABLEOats four year old buds; Foster Early. New Pocket Billiard Pai.or.TC. ; Beds and OUR PRICES for these
Foster
Pineapple, .Tava. llomneacsaVa"h \ ''C-* P"0tC":: +, ' ir...;ton Nivel. Address: '.!rs. M Kahlc I\ (for LUSJ..L.-,...
Crop May Be Safely Sown in i ll7f: for the
'Vpopks. Fla. Phone 2222. 3-iJ-U beds are far less than others charge same
Florida at This Time, Too .

Late for Pasture WANTED, ROOMERS-Rooms and I MAKE orange A and SPECIALTY grapefruit of trees planting; all style bed that has nothing near the finish. We would .

The value of a winter grain crop dence board three-fourths in delightful mile country from Orlando resi-- trees furnished.guaranteed Charges to live.$6.00 References per acre. like you to call and see this line; nothing like it in
in
fresh
Plenty
orange grove. Box
Address 222 Ocoee Fla.
in the South
was never more appar-
air, fruits and congenial surround- 11-10-lmo* the
ent than now. With cotton low in ings. Address A. B. C., Sentinel.

price, farmers are looking for crops 11-29-1 wk
THE WILLOLA HOTEL 406 South city.We
that can be sold for cash or which FOR RENT Orange avenue, is now open. Beau- with all cash sales.
will lessen their expenses by supplying tiful location near Lake Lucerne. give coupons

feed for work stock. Wheat FOR RENT-Up to date furnished Home cooking. Spacious veranda.
Mrs. W. T. Walker.
11-19-1moc
oats, and barley are all readily sala- house; all conveniences; 211 Jack
son; street. Also two light house-
ble and in the northern
locally
mar-
keeping rooms. 11-29-St BLASTING Subsoiling and Dynamiting -
kets, while at present there is also a of all kinds done on short no-
considerable demand for export. All AT YOUR OWN GARAGE-Let a tice. A full stock of dynamite in :

these grains may be fed to live stock first class mechanic put ;your car magazine Lewis 406 at all times. See L. N. Kincaid & Snowden
S. East street, Orlando.
though both the grain and straw of in running order.Vatch him work. 11-13-1mo*
Leave call 407 West street. Phone
oats are to be preferred to similar 563. 11-29-6t* u
products of wheat or barley for this LOST AND FOUND

latter The oats also FOR RENT Pleasant, Priced Furniture House.
purpose. crop sunny rooms, LOST-White violet pin set with Low
succeeds rather better than either of completely furnished. Breakfast if pearls. Reward if returned to I
the other grains in the South Atlan- de5ired. *605; North Orange avenue. Hammond & Bunch's store. 12-2-tf Orlando FloridaCORDON'S
tic and Gulf States except perhapson 11-29-lw Cor. Main and Pine Sts. ,

the heavy clay soils of the Pied- FOR RENT-To desirable people NOTICE

mont area (western Xorth and South well furnished suite bed room and THE LADIES OF ST. CECILIA'SGuild -
Carolina and northern Georgia and sitting room with private lavatory. will hold a bazaar afternoonand -
Also single rooms, and a garage. evening, at the Chapter House
Alabama). Splendid location. No. 9 E. Washington on Wednesday, December" 2nd. Sup- ,., .
Besides furnishing grain and for- St. 11-29-lmc per will be serve-1 from six until CARRIAGEAND ",..,> : ".f"

age for feeding the fall sown cereals seven. 11-26-6 '. i ANNOUNCEMENT '
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provide a cover crop for the soil, thus FOR RENT-Two or three unfurnished ="
rooms, either upstairs or Don't wait for every one In town '., '
preventing washing and leaching, and downstairs. All modern conveniences.Close have Entrican. the painter befo e MR. FRITZ HAUER has .pened a
furnish pasture during the late fall to two good lakes. Inquire at you try. Am too busy to look y.u OR. L. H. RAMSDEU
and early spring months. While it 506 ll-29-6t W. Amelia street. W. II. Boyte. up. Phone 636, and I will be on tie BAGGAGE E TRANSfERL. Violin StudioROOM
is now too late to sow oats to supply job. 1-20-tf OPTOMETRIST

pasture this fall, the crop may be< FOR RENT-Furnished bungalow; BUYERS AND SELLERSI T. HARRELL, Prop.S i (Successor to Dr. C. F. Iii in '/ 8 ROCK ULDG.
sown safely for grain at this time in five rooms and bath; all modern ORLANDO FLORIDAWE

eastern or southern North and South conveniences; lake front location; attractive buy sell rent and exchange real Piano and Furniture FIT GLASSES GRIND LENSES
Carolina, Georgia, Florida Alabama price. Address Box 33, Win "state Have resided in Orlando Fla., Moving Specialty For particulars call at the address.
Mississippi Louisiana and southern ter Park, Fla. ll-27-6t over 30 years. Have handled over a AND DO ALL KINDS OF
Hours 9:00 to 12:00 a.m.
20000000. Call and see': mp.
Texas. Get the news in the Sentinel first. 10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER. 8 E. Church St. PHONE 487 OPTICAL REPAIRING

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Interpreted It means "nnleba before."

A name siren to the MttlnxT of n court It y-k'fV-** say that almost the Washington, Dec. 1. -To arrangefor 1'.

for the trial of civil cause Judge on first tfloutjt if in the mind of every the direct shipments, if possible, -'r 4AlEY-
besides tryliw prisoners have .
Circuit white ribboner of the nation when to German and Austrian ports, of Davlosoti I 1
the power to give decisions in muses
of complaints between private parties she awoke on the morning of November rosin and turpentine from the United '

and when so acting are called judge 3, 1914, was of the states which 'i States, Baron Zwiedenek, counsellor '

of "nisi prius." Formerly when the were to vote on the question of pro of the Austrian embassy, called at

circuits were I less frequent the sheriff hibition of the liquor traffic, and from 'I the state department today and dis-

was commanded -by writ" to bring thousands of hearts during the, day', cussed the matter with Acting Secretary -
the Jury and witnesses from the county for the Neither
there arose fervent prayers I Lansing. product is on
where the action arose to Westmin
triumph of the righteous cause. The any of the contraband lists, and the
fter. Gloucester Winchester on a
certain day. but when the assizes became workers at national W. C. T. U. head- only question, he was told, was /I'

frequent a "nisi prius clause quarters, Evanston, gathered together whether the war insurance could be 4 v I
was Inserted in the writ containing for a service of prayer Tuesday : secured. If the products were shippedin /

these words: "Unless before that day forenoon in the reception room of the neutral bottoms to the Netherlands

our Justices shall come to your county administration building. :Miss AnnaA. ; or another neutral country and not

and take the assizes there." As It happened Gordon, acting president of the ; direct to German or Austrian ports, "'- :
: that the assizes always did take ::
National Woman's Christian Temperance there would be no difficulty in get-
place before the date practically named useless in the Union, holding in her hand the ting the war insurance, but the coun- 1915 HARLEY-DAVIDSON Horsepower 3-Speed Sliding Gear Transmission Automatic J
writ the clause was
and now remains only as a name for very Bible' from which "Mother" sellor explained that his country desired Mechanical Oil Pump Step-Starter and 66 Refinements, $275.00. ,t

those civil causes to which until re- Thompson of Hillsboro first read her to secure direct shipments. I tI

cently it referred.-Dundee AdvertISer- "marching orders" for the historic W. WHITNEY WRIGHT 129 Orange Avenue ; i

crusade, in a few telling sentences NOTICE-ROSES Orlando. Fla. t
1
Blood and Thunder Drama. linked that significant historic event Owing to the cool weather, our
One of the most successful productions with the wonderful victories that be- roses are now ready for transplanting. .111.111..11..1..1.1.111'111111111..11111111.11"'III'II'Cl llg'IIII ilr
at the -O'd Vic" was a play- All orders booked for first ship-
fore the sun set that day were to be
written without Dickens' permission- ment should be here by the 10th of
round "Oliver Twist" and banned by achieved at the polls. Led by the November.W..
the lord chamberlain owing to the realistic general officers all united in fervent H. BROKAW, Salesman. 1

way in which Bill Slkes murdered prayer that right might win at the 11-3-tf TEN REASONS WHY YOU SHOULDCOOK

Nancy. Ills lordship's jurisdiction ballot box, and in anticipation of the
did not extend to what were. then victory to come joined in "Praise God Don't overlook a good thing-The
called the "minor theaters." so the Sentinel want ads.
from Whom All Blessings Flow.
play was for many years a standing WITH GAS
The information concerningthe
dish at the "Vic" and thrilled the gal- meager I -
results in the western states given -
leryltes with fierce emotions, no mat-
ter how many times they had seen It. in the Chicago papers the next

"Nancy was always dragged round the morning was most unsatisfactory, but .Pin Street.t.JEWELER t.
stage by her hair." writes John nol before the day had far gone by telegrams -
line bend. "and after thN effort Slkes from state presidents beganto 1
always looked up defiantly at the gal- arrive. Colorado's "Hallelujah,the 1. Convenience 6. Speed
lery. He was always answered by
fearful yelled by crest of the continent is white" came
one loud and curse 7.
the whole mass like a Handel festival first, and without a moment's delay EXPERT WATCH MAKERI 2. Comfort Efficiency
chorus. When Sikes seemed to dash the silken stars and stripes, which I

Nancy's brains out on the stage a has celebrated so many victories for 3. Cleanliness 8. Safety

thousand outraged voices which sound prohibition, was carried to the front make a specialty of Fine
ed like ten thousand filled the theater of headquarters, and as all the family Watch, Clock and Jewelery Re- 4. 9. Perfect Regulation
and deafened the audience below.- pairing; Diamond Setting,Ring Simplicity
circled around, it was lifted high and
London Chronicle. and Spectacle Repairing. of Heat
flung to the breezes, to proclaim to

First War Correspondent.The the world the good tidings. On the Bring me repairs others have 5. Accessibility
failed to do, and I will repair 10. Economy
first war correspondent according giant elm from which it was suspended them satisfactorily or no charge.
to a theory propounded by Suther- was tacked a placard telling the My prices are reasonable.

land Edward-, appears to have been cause of the jubilation, and to this r
Homer who was seat by the editor of
bulletin was added from time to time
an Argos paper called the Chronos to
describe the siege of Trey. Hostilities the good news of the victories in CHAS. VATER 7. EFFICIENCYEfficient 4

lasted only about seven weeks, and other states.-Union Signal.

when they came to an end the Greek JEWELEREast

their chiefs wires.were In Homer no hurry was to a good return sort to Subscribe for The Daily Sentinel. Pine Street, at Young's because the fire need not be lighted until all the food is

and as he drew a large salary and a Repair Shop
handsome allowance for expenses from Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand's l 114d&wlmliikRiISDE ready to be cooked. Because the moment the cooking is done
the Chronos he readily accepted the
wise Coal Yard, phone 566. 9-31-tf .,..-- the fire is turned off and
scheme propounded by the Ulysses all expense ceases. Because there is no
-to keep the war going to the columns -- -

of his paper so long as he could waste as the fire is concentrated on the place where it is needed
manage to write about it. His letters

were too good not to publish, and and none of the heat the
Because
meantime the Greek chiefs had an en- escapes up chimney. when

joyable time at Troy and elsewhere.
Reissued In book form as "The Iliad" HOUSEHOLD you cook with Gas you utilize every cent's worth of fire .youlbuy.: .

,
these early examples of war correspondence -
have enjoyed a wider cir-
culation than was possible even In the
columns of the Chronos.-London PAINT

Graphic. for_.mostey.erything ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO.

i fc An Unknown Chess Genius.
When Lasker. previous to the 1S99

chess international tournament, visited ]( Easy to use. GAS DEPARTMENT
: Manchester he was opposed In a simul-
Jl
taneous performance by an unknown Easy to buy.
player who had obtained permission
J
from the club secretary to take a board
against the champion. The player put Small cans. -

up quite a fair game, but was finally Beautiful Lake Eola r
mated. Then he inquired of Lasker to 16 Colors and .
know wherein he bad erred in the conduct -

of the play. ALL GOOD. Home Only
LET ME BEAUTIFY
""Well" said Lasker "your play has YOUR GROUNDS

been somewhat peculiar. I notice that $6,000.This
WHETHER
A COUNTRY ESTATEOR
you hare not once moved your ": Wears well.
"
knights. A SMALL CITY LOT
"No." replied the player.Mfhe fact is Looks well.

that 1 have not as yet quite masteredthe is an ideal home and a great
move of the knights, so 1 thoughtit Owner is non-resident,
\I bargain. a BLUE PRINTS AND DETAILED PLANTING IN-
them at aiL"The
safer not to move What
morecan
and must sell. Corner lot 75x150
stranger had unconsciously con- STRUCTIONS AT REASONABLE
feet. Beautiful new eight room PRICES
" ceded his famous: adversary the odds ask?
of two knights, not to mention the IIUa, you house, elegantly finished and modern. i

handicap of his cramped position.Not I

Very Busy. New California Bungalows -; Werner F. Nehrlin

"Recorder of Deeds." read the sign SOLD 13Y Five Rooms i


r on over golden one the streets.A of door the.of more a handsome prominent building of the Jos. Bumby Hardware Co., and Bath Only !I LANDSCAPE- ARCHITECTAND-- ..


new arrival within the pearly $2000 CONSULTING HORTICULTURISTIf

gates entered. OI-tLANDO.:
"The recording of deeds Interests 1 These are undoubtedly the greatest you contemplate planting a citrus groveit
me." be announced. "I used to be a in the Located will
I bargains city. near pay you to get my advice.
lawyer In the other world. But whyIs Lake Eola, and only ten minutes walk ;I
It that all the clerks are working Local for
Agent BUCKEYE NURSERIES -
from the Court House. These little
except your be Inquired of the only I
THE CHASE & CO Fla. .
Idle member of the force."I homes are beautifully finished and ; Tampa,

record the good deeds." explained modern in every respect. Can be y
' that member courteously.-Louisville I:I PACKING HOUSE AT ORLANDOIs bought on reasonable terms. I Office Above PEOPLES NATIONAL BANK


; Courier-Journal. modern, fully equipped with the best up-to- Cooper Atha PHONE 570 n-io-tf ,

Totally Different. I date machinery, and gives the citrus grower the I
"1 heard that your engagement to !: PROPER PACKING .
'Adela has been broken and 1 presume 114 South Orange Are. Ground Floor I
FIRST AID TO
that It was caused by your feeling of
r Phone No. 311
t delicacy at hearing that she had Inherited HIGHEST PRICES

a large fortune." which, however, would not accomplish the end desiredby

"Not at all. It was cawed by her the grower, if he did not also have available the services You Ought to See Our CalendarsThe
Indelicate feeling on teaming that 1 Atlantic Coast Line
had no money.Exchange.Pretty of ; beautiful, much advertised "Volland" line. Bound in book

5-TOURIST TRAINS form and with handsome covers and decorations.

Blunt. I THE CHASE & CO NORTH from AND WEST Longfellow Calendars
1 troubled
Elderly Lady-Doctor. am Stevenson Calendars
with a hallucination: that I am being i SALES AND DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM:
Kipling Calendars
followed by a man. What sort of cure "Dixie Flyer"
would you suggest! Honest PhysicianA i which, with selling forces thoroughly organized, experienced : "Dixie Limited" Household Calendars

mirror.-Cleveland Leader. I competent and reliable. "Seminole Limited" Time Stories Calendars

I GIVES THE GROWER "Montgomery Route" "Bed of Dinners .
"South Atlantic Limited"Pullman
Logical."A HIGHEST AVERAGE NET RESULTS cars from Chicago, St. Louis, of Salads
disease should be attacked at its Indianapolis, Cincinnati, Louisvilleand of Luncheons

8OuTht'n CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED intermediate points to Jackson- Calendar of Golden Thoughts, etc, etc.
IT a man's disease Is hereditary GROYERS'IARKETING AGENTS ville, Fla. Only 50c. each, and nothing can be more appropriate for a
i you'd doctor bis father Dining Cars
suppose via Christmas Gift at a moderate price, than these book calendars.
!:i for it. ear-Exchange. TTJ -SE; & co., ATLANTIC COAST LINE You get the cream of the lot if you make your selections now.

Railroad of the SouthJ.
Standard
i So live with men as If God saw you; Main Office, Jacksonville Florida l
G. KIRKLAND, D. P. A., W./
so speak with. God as If men beardvon.Seneca. 9-30-d&w A.- R. ROGUE, Agent, Orlando, Fla. Hillsboro Hotel, Tampa, Fla. S. BRANCH,

: A. W. FRITOT, D. P. A., The Arcade Book and Music Store
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MAGIC IN GOLF.It Our Curious Brain Line of Swiftest Descent. Paris at Night. I i MllillMI
Dr. F. F.
A wonderful piece of self aDal81.'I' What Is the line of swiftest descent I I TD a traveler arriving at night Parts ThompsonDENTIST

Looked Like an Impossible Putt but worthy of St. Augustine, To any one not acquainted with the reveals a glamour and conceals a mys-

Travis Mastered It. curs In one of John l nne's funeral laws of higher mathematics a proposition tery-the excited gesticulating porters I.
such as this would appear absurd that the train I I !
"I once sawValttr; J. TravK the oermons plr < poignant expression to greet as though they flMcCULLOCll'SDepartment
veteran sink the must wonderful .putt 1, what must duubtles'c I have been a common the most obvious answer being a were there to welcome friends and eager Will open an office at

condition of so sensitive a brain: straight line. However it has been to serve them; the uncertain lights
it bus
ever beeu lu.r lot to Witness i 115; S. Orange Ave., over Curtis ScO'Neal's
proved by mathematicians that the of
say IE'ro H. Travers in the .\w ri. j i "1 throwmyself down in my cham- the train shed the dinning in the ,
ca i l l-er. HUll I call in and invite God and 1 line of swiftest descent is a curve call- ears of a strange language; beautiful Store. : j StoreJ -

"1.. occasion was a Metrujwlitan( i his angels; together and when they ed the cycloid. It is this curve that the strange language and the wild. exhilarating 11-6-tf i iI :

championship( at lanln City with are there I neglect God and his angelsfor eagle unconsciously utilizes in his wonderfully flight In a trunk laden tau I

, TrarK and Wilder of Boston In a hard the noise I of H rh'. for the rattling swift swoop to his prey. The through unknown streets. BEST SELECT OYSTERS 50c. Quart I

[tnatch. Travis was four down and four t of a coach for the whining; of a dog. analysis of the curve is simply a There Is glamour if you will. In the

iO .play, hanging on by a thin thread of < I talk on In the same |I'o ture of prayI straight line motion combined with a lights of the restaurants In the dizzy ThcWaldcckerFishCoFOR\ I
circular motion. The best Illustration crowds and in the broad brazen avenues J China and
IIOIK*. But Travis tattled down and wont ,; eye lifted up. knees bowed down.
, the fifteenth and sixteenth bole4' leaving I II1! though I prayed to God. and if God showing this is a cartwheel as It rolls teeming with a race of people FISH AND OYSTERS

. himself only two down with two thoiild ask me when I last thought of along the ground. Any point on the who like to believe that every day Is
rim of the wheel 1 Is describing a is Phone N'o. 5. 206 Boone Street I Glassware
cycloid a holiday but there mystery in the ;
boles left. He had: to win l both. of j God in that prayer I cannot tell.
and no point Is at time describing silent
any streets lined with blank
by
course, to even pet a half. Cut Ills rally j i Sometimes I find that I forgot what high P. 31. and W. O. COX
a circle or going in a straight; walls and darkened windows where a
seemed to be fading: out at the seventeenth ; I was about but when I began to forget -
10-23-tf
line. A peculiar thing: is deduced from
; footstep echoes dismally and the beat
bole, and those who bad Wt- it I cannot telL A memorv; ofyeterilay'e Cooking
this knowledge and that is that no of a horses hoofs resounds like musketry -
pereil four to one against; Wilder-one pleasures -i fear of to-
point on the rim of a wheel rolling and there is mystery too. in the Wilson says a man who seeks the
man I know had tact $200 to $:,U on motrow's danger a straw under my Utensils
on a surface goes round the center of stretches of fragrant gardens, with presidency is a fool. Wonder if the
Travis-\\ere looking with sick '
;: on eX- knee a nol8 In mine ear a chimerain
the wheel for the center is describinga ; their treetops reaching up dart masses of
secretary state heard him
pressions. For all Wilder needed was a mv brain, troubles me in myDreyer' say
straight: line and all the points on into the golden glow that likea 4.
hangs '
baf! here to win the match. Aud afterI.la'lng ." that'-Tampa Tribune. Watch window for Mon-
| |
the< rim are describing cycloids; thus halo above the City of Lights.-Gordon
three shots be was ouly lour it is this brain turned Inward The secretary of state is who
upon one
: i, as no circular motion exists the statement Arthur Smyth in Scribner's. 11 day specials.
. feet from the cup. And Travis on his Itself and dartniir out on every ide bold New York Press. believes that a man is a fool if he''
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third shot was barely on the green. ..
random xriirloiithat
In purely was
thirty feet --- Echoes.An seeks to be president and fails and 128 S. Orange: Avenue I
away. I cannot doubt for all the
a The Imttle seemed to be over t>eyondany responsible. of in which Tennyson's First Poems. echo I is a sound repeated from then gives up seeking, instead of trying ,
contradiction
a career
Trails The wind came sweeping through the some obstructing surface ao that a again. I
1106"for was not thirty
only ,
logic is not at first
the inner apparent.
fet away but he had one of the Review. garden of an old Lincolnshire rectoryone person in the path of both the original
trickiest and hardest greens on the I Fortnightly morning;: in the beginning of last and reflected waves hears the sound -- -

: century and blew a child five twice. Sound being produced by -
course to putt over. And even if be upon ---"Qi----"' .'
made the putt the odds were that Wil- Hospital Efficiency.A years old. who opened his arms to the waves of the air. when such waves r

der would also make his from that distance highly developed efficiency systemIn blast and let it carry him along cryIng meet an opposing surface as a wall

Travis had no chance to try for I saving time and trouble for the staffla as he traveled "I hear a voice they are reflected like light waves

a straight !putt. There Mere two II..I.! used in a London hospital.! Indicator that's calling in the wind." That wasTennyson's The sound so heard as if originating Hammond &GoreFUNERAL
tH*/ ring the name of the officials, behind the reflecting surface is an
t-d breaks iu the slope of the! jjrecu. one first line of poetry. The
to the left and one to the right And 1(;i house doctors and some of the staff first poem he ever composed was writ echo. An echo returns to the po'"t

between these two mounded slopes I doctors are located In many rooms and ten upon a slate one Sunday morningat from which the sound originated if the I DIRECTORS AND ERIBALMfRS. I
I and these indicators show
there was a narrow gap between hallways Louth. The subject set him by his reflecting surface Is at right angles to

knolls. It was impossible to follow the I at all times whether or not any one brother Charles was "Flowers. and It An oblique surface deflects the

10 line of this sap. because'< the cup was of the officials is In the hospital and little Alfred coveted his slate with sound in another direction so that it REAL VALUES LOW PRICES

set back of a knoll to the left blocking I' available for consultation. When each blank verse after the model of Thorn may be beard elsewhere though! not at
doctor cornea Into the building a button the point where the sound
entrance in that direction. I son's "Seasons' His next attempt was originated.: COMPARE

"lie had only one way to so, and that I, is pressed that makes it known an elegy upon his /grandmother who It the direct and reflected sounds succeed '
was to take the mounded slope to the on all the indicators that he has arrived one another with great rapidity
had just died written at the request of
right The Old Man walked up to the ; and when he goes out the Indicators his ;grandfather.: When it was written as happens when the reflecting surfaceis I OUR FURNITUREWe I

cup and studied the line carefully from I are made to record that fact. the old man put 10 shillings;: into theboy's near the echo only clouds the original .
that angle. Then he walked slowly The indicators also show the word sound so that it is not beard distinctly -
: hand and said. There; that is provide the quality of furniture that has I long
back studying the lay of the ground "engaged. which means that the of and it is this which interferes
the first money you have ever earnedby been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the
along the line he must take. lie bad to ficiai or doctor i>* not to be disturbeda with the bearing in churches and other
your poetry, and. take my word standard of merit. If an article i is here it is good.
figure all this tricky slope to the inch I' push' on a button In the official's! large buildings.-Philadelphia ress..
for it. it will be the last. -Westminster It wouldn't-be here were it otherwise. We can't make
aril to the inch for thirty feet. For any room accomplishing( this. Thus' in any
slight break off the right line would part of the hospital at any time each Gazette Deals by Barter. this point too clear--it is one of the foundation stonesof

probably put him three or four feet doctor knows and eacb nurse knows Long as it is since deals were usual. I this business, and that moans much to any buyer.

away at the finish. when the various officials and doctors Different Doctors. Jy effected by barter money still does -- I

. "After a careful survey he walked may be asked to give attention to any There are a great many "doctors"who not enter into much of the business

back to his putt and with a free tap matter.-Saturday Evening Post. know nothing of medicine. In done in rural parts of Great Britain. McKBLL\ & DAVIS BLOCK
its doctor university ,
technical' sense is a
sent the ball
spinning along. It took ----- The most general transaction by this
the slope to the right wound its way Gods of Machinery. degree the highest given. It it system is grinding corn. Gleaners instead Cor. Orange Ave. Church St.. Orlando Fla.

along this raised mound and. winding I The ceremony of propitiating the given in recognition of attainments in of paying the miller for converting
,. L :::
of and J
branches
> :
learning
turning twisting: up slope and down gods which are supposed to reside in many their wheat into flour or barley
there several kinds of doctors
slo|"e. it broke in at exactly the right the printing machinery is annually are into meal allow him to retain a certain
I There is the familiar M. D.. doctor of
spot about twenty-eight: feet away performed by the Hindu members of proportion of the grain, and In
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and it then plumped squarely into the medicine; the LL. D. doctor of laws: -
the Times of Malaya printing staff Wales even farmers commonly do like
center of the its the Ph. I)-. doctor of philosophy; the
last
cup taking run wise."iII3
The usually prosaic machine and composing e blacksmiths in Wales
I D. D. doctor of. the J. I> _
from a decided downhill spin where the divinity;
have
rooms are turned into weird many similar deals. Frequentlyone
green sloped otT toward I doctor of jurisprudence: the D. D. S
abruptly the
caverns of mystery dimly lit by can gets a neighboring farmer to haul
bole. I've never seen another like it"i I dies and'oil lamps. and odorous with doctor of dental surgery and many him a load of coal to his smithy and
i another. So ir you bear a man referred III
the heavy scent of incense and per thus becomes indebted to him for so
When Moles Fight. I to as "doctor" you must find .
fumes. Every machine is garlandedand many hours' work, the number depending
out what be is doctor of before
You would hardly believe that moles ; you
has placed before It an offering on the distance and whether more
can determine to which profession lie
clumsy and almost blind. become
of "makan." Rice and bananas and than one horse is employed. If before ;
feet demons when they quarrel. per-I' cakes' are the portion of each machine belongs. the next harvest the farmer requiresany s1./
Doctor of laws seems to have been
one knows what they quarrel
acordlng in its size and Importance: smithy work done the debt may
but if they once start fighting one has I the earliest of the donors degrees ithaving __
even the "stone" comes in for a share be wiped out. but If it Is still owing
to die. They will keep on in the : been awarded as early as the '
presence I of the gifts. At the appointed time then the smith discharges it by going BUYERS TO SHAKE IN PROFITS
twelfth century Doctors of divinity
of any number of spectators I .
braziers containing smoking camphor into the harvest field himself.-Pear
hanging;: on to one another like appeared somewhat later. It was a son's Weekly. LOWER PRICES ON FORD CARS
and ott
cocoanut are carried round and
before the familiar M. D.
now
dogs and burying their century e
bUll-I held before eacb machine while the doctor of mcdeeinecame into use.- 1 1914 to August
strong Jaws and teeth in one whose ( Witchery of a Barn. Effective from August ;
power engine pod presumablyIs
flesh. regarded as a particularly aggressive American Boy.Sunstroke. There is a spirit of poetry about a 1,1915 and guaranteed against any reduction -.

Hedgehogs; another type of the quiet.inoffeu..h.e I personage: is "smoked" for a specially Mountains. barn and unconsciously men are during that time:
looking animal. not only long It'rlod.-Times of Malaya. on touched by it. in youth it kindles our
fight. but always to the death. and Sunstroke, according; to experimentsmade I *
$555.00
imagination and fosters our susceptibility Touring Car -
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by Professors Victor Henry and ;
when one is killed the other generallydevours I to the simple beauty of common <
Von Moltke and His Snuff.
him. Moycbo and reported to the French 505.00F.
During the Prussian advance In the Academic des Sciences is due to the things; daybreak with the fresh Runabout -

Franco-Prussian war Von Moltke con- Invisible ultra violet the sweetness of the wet grass about as O. B. Orland. All can fully equipped.
at ex
Just Spending the Day. tinually took pinches of snuff. Whenhe rays as we go up the path toward the great
A woman from out of town walked: was told that MacMahon was treme limit of the spectrum. If the barn still darkly silhouetted against Further we will be able U obtain the maifraum efficiencyin !
solar spectrum be examined at an altitude and the minimum cost in our
I into one of the big hotels the other marching northward he exclaimed. the brightening sky. with the weathercock our factory production .I
sales! if we r-ach an output
of from 3.W1O to -J.OOO meters' It purchasing and department
morning and wrote her name on the "He is surely mad:I" and forthwith high up against the topmost 300,909 cars between the above dates.
will be seen that the limit of these
register."What. I nearly emptied his snuffbox as he retired varies rittle. but that their inten- band of pink, pointing:; to clear. With I And .hould we reach this p..du..tion.e agree to pay a.
madam" said the room clerk, to his tent to organize the plans'! rays the opening of the barn door the day's the buyer's .hare from U8 to (6* per ear (.on or about I
with one of those engaging: smiles for that culminated in the tremendous con sity Is greatly increased. At sea level work begins; the horse whinnies at the August 1.1915) to every retail buyer who purchases a new

which he Is famous "can I offer you In met of Sedan At the end of the war this Intensity is comparatively feeble sound for hi* corn; the cattle move expectantly -I F.roear between August 1. liU and August I. 191>-
So one i* much more likely to have For further particulars regarding these low prices and profit-
the way of a room? Von Moltke received a bill from the in their stanchion rows; the I
"Oh. I don't want a room.** was the military stores with this item: "For sunstroke on a high mountain than in avalley. cbickehs cackle and cluck in the bay-i sharing! plan see

reply. "1 am just spending' the day one pound of snuff supplied to General .-New York World. l loft as they drop fluttering to the floor ,i F. G. RUSH .

here.'* I Von Moltke. 1 thaler." The great sol- Day has begun: -day. with all Its ao)

"Good thing: some people spend more I dier paid it without a murmur. Better Still. tivities, with all its commonplaceness. I Phone 226

than that with us," remarked the clerk I --- -- One of the principal owners of a with all its mysteries. Something ofi

to himself as she turned smilingly; Accounting For Patrick Henry.It promising gold mine was expatiatingon : all this we feel unknowingly as we I

away.Xew York Times.A Is related that Chief Justice Salmon its merits to a capitalist and prospective pull back the heavy bolt and throw ;
I
investor. He described the
P. Chase on stopping at the birthplace open the barn door.-Suburban Life i
I vein in which the miners were work I
,
Lawyer's Bill. of Patrick Henry la Virginia exclaimed -
,
Ing. showed him of
A lawyer's bill, like the plumbers, is I : "What an atmosphere! Whata specimens the ore Elephants' Tusks. I ..
fullof detail. I have just seen a specimen 'i view! What glorious mountains! No and written backed opinions up his:of statements. with the The largest tusks of Indian elephants I II. II II II III II '\I II 1111111. II I II 11111111 H

sent to a business friend of mine I wonder Patrick Henry grew here!" experts."Well. measure not over four or dye I '
admitted the capitalist "it
who. anxious to settle up his Whereupon an honest native dryly remarked feet In length outside curve and abont I :
secount.1 looks as if it might be a good Investment
telephoned to his lawyer. sixteen Inches in circumference the '
that the atmosphere the viewand at
As my old Uncle Hiram would REAL ESTATEWe
came in with elaborate detail and the .. and
weigh about
the mountains bad been there forages say. it has *...ints.* gum seventy-four '

last item was. "To attending you on but that only one Patrick Henry "Pints exclaimed the owner carried pounds. The tusks except those of

the telephone in answer to your request bad been produced. away perhaps by bis over-anxiety. very aged elephants are solid only fora
for bill, ::So Gd.** My friend vowed -
"Why. sir. we're in quartz right now*" portion of their length. The hollow -
be would see them chancery be- is filled with firm
Quite a Difference. bloody pulp. lD'

fore he paid that and struck it uafc- When a woman winds a towel Buried With Dolls.In young animal!! the tusks are solid only .
d sell all classes and kinds of Real Estate.If
London Chronicle. buy .
around her bead and calls for a bucketof the Chinese morgue one of the for a portion of their length even out-

water It means the beginning of a strange sights: is a number of life size side the gum and are hollow throughout
Bobby's Idea. I big day. but when a man winds a dolls which are burned to accompanythe the embedded portion. With age : you want to buy or sell the earth it will pay you to call

"Bobby. 1 suppose you say your towel around his bead and calls for corpses as their servants to the the pulp cavity decreases in depth till .

prayers every night. waver it means the end or a big night. next world. They are doubtless a relic In very old animals it becomes almost : and talk your wishes over with us.

e "Yes'm""And Atiauia Constitution. of the time wben human beings were obliterated.

what are the things you pray i I thus ourned as companions of the dcea. The manager of this firm has had years of exper-

for?" I j Comparisons. .. I. When She Would Return."I .

Mostly: that pop won't find out what ;j "1 like;; athletics for ctrl You oughtto saw your mother going to one of : ience dealing in Florida investments having sold'over a

I've been doin' through the day."- see now ui> daughter: can run up a I i iroj |I More Darkness. the neighbors as I crossed the street." t I

Boston Transcript. I e. "I'm all in the dark about bow these said the lady caller to her friend's : million dollars worth of Florida Real Estate in the last

"And you ought to Mt oow mine can bills are to be paid." said Mr. Hardupto little son.Do you know when she I

Right on the Job. I run up a nil I."-Kaltimore American. his wife will be back?" I': two years.

"Fu'm de very minute ole man Satan ---- "Well. IIt>nry." said: she: as she pulled "Yes *m." answered the truthful

wuz tol' ter keep up de fire he's been I Woman's Advantage. out a colored one and laid It on the Jimmy; "she said she'd be back Jut : We are well posted on the value of all classes and

strictly on de job. I makes no doubt' It's easy for a woman to clean op. pile, "you will be If you don't pay that as soon as yon left."-LJppIneotf a. I

dat one reason" be keeps it bright is She can rob a little powder on her nose one, for it's the gas bilL" : kinds of Florida property. We want listed with us all

kaze be don't want no sinner ter lose and cheeks but a man has to take off One Way of Getting Out. I :

do way ter whar he lives at."Atlanta his collar and necktie and wash.-Detroit Vegetable Sponges. I Gaston burst like a whirlwind In : bargains in Real Estate and we want customers for Real

Constitution. Free Press. 'Vegetable sponges are used'< a /great ''I upon his friend Alpbonse "Will yon I-

deal by the poorer class of natives in be my witness be cried.. : Estate Bargains.

Safety First. Left Eye For Microscope.In 'Ecuador. They assert they are better "Going to fight?" I .

c Detective I:2 a. m.)-Hey, youse! Wot- microscopic work use the left eye I In washing dishes and In bathing than "So: going to get married." :

cher banging round this 'ere frent I rather than the right, says the American are the animal sponges. Alphonse after a pause Inquired."Can't .

door fer? Supposed Burglar-I'm waitIn i Machinist Astigmatism and other - you apologize?"-Cri de Parts. j.: .

for the lady inside to git asleep. r eye troubles occur more frequently In Athletes of India. --

We're married.-Philadelphia the right eye. The wrestlers and athletes of India Same Thing Now. I : SNARING REAL L ESTATE COMPANY

BuuetlD.j' develop great strength by living on Yon know woman was once the : _

Its Influence. Sea Otter Skins. milk a little goafs flesh and plenty of head of the family." she said. :

Frost-Do you think the a Sea otter skins measure 48 by 24 food made from flour. "\o need to speak of that In the past !J

ennobling influence? I inches. The best color Is a dark bin tense" replied her' husband meekly. R. D. WAKING, Manager

Snow-Well, speaking personally we lab brown almost black. A perfect Culture. Philadelphia Ledger.

have been fined and refined.-Judge. I' skin In this color Is worth S4.00U Culture is familiarity with the best Rooms and 6 Watkins Block Phone No. 6311115tf

that has Deen done or thought It Is Jealousy is the fear or apprehension

The sagacious are generally lucky.- Habit It not resisted soon become the soul's warm friendship of the great of superiority; envy Is our uneasiness w'_.a 1.w.J .' --

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STATE MEETING FLORIDA

Starting BIG is Not OSTEOPATHIC ASSOCIATION '.. :. : ,

HERE DEC. 26

Starting Right

I If our wealthiest men had waited to OR. HOWELL IS STATE PRESIDENT

start their bank accounts with a BIG I _
would still be waiting.
I amount-they
Will Give Response toIa"or
Little deposits grow to big sums. It'sthe I
little business that has the best chanceto Sperry's Address of Welcome -

become big. It is the young man who -Very Fine Pro-
can take care of the small sums who will I i

be able to handle a big business.We gram ArrangedThe

encourage small deposits. We wel, }}(VJtGJJ\

come new accounts of $1.00. We pay 4 annual meeting of the Florida I t.
Osteopath Association will be held in '
per cent. and CSiieak TIalcves holt] 310 dread
Orlando December 26. All meetingswill .

STATE BANKof be held at the San Juan hotel, ior tl1c \vlio keep their: valnnMcs jl; ;
the convention headquarters. About
Orlando fifty doctors of osteopathy will be in our vault.! il ilI

present. Many notable addresses will

be delivered. I Safe Deposit JfJoxcs

Mayor Sperry will deliver an ad- -
:$1 and
dress of welcome at 10 o'clock in the I per year up. ;

morning. Following "His Honor's"

address Dr. J. C. Howell, of Orlando, I .
president of the association, will deliver '. .

the response. r :

The following is the official pro- ., .i
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I gram: .... .'., .. ....,.
10 a. m. Address by Mayor. Response .
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I Dr. J. C. Howell. : :. : '
I by president 1 .: ,
Dr. J. F. Maddox returned home "
LOCAL AND PERSONALW. 10:20-10:40-0stopathic examina- '.. .
I I last night from Daytona Beach whereh
tion of school children, Dr. Julia Lar-
spent several days angling for the
R. O'Neal was a business callerat finny tribe in old ocean. moyeux.
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10:40-11:00-Discussion: Dr. Sarah -
Apopka yesterday.Mrs. Davis, Dr. Addison O'Neil, Dr.
Mrs. Joseph M. Sundy, one of Pine Thr1W'

was among. A. E.the Bearden visitors, of to Kissimmee Orlando, terday Castle's in estimable Orlando ladies shopping, spent yes-and Alice 11:0-11:20-0rganic Lynch. Extracts in o .I mix } i l Y 0 I

yesterday.Mr. greeting her numerous friends. Treatment of Disease, Dr. Paul R. .

Davis. :

John Daly, of Winchester, Ind., who has keen 1l:20-11:30-Discussion: Dr. F. C. "' .- . .
Mrs. T. P. Warlow, (: : :: : ... .. :,\. .'!: f
has arrived in Orlando to spend the Wert, Dr. Elizabeth Ingraham, Dr. '
ending several wek. in Evanston, .. ...
'I Lauren Jones. I
winter. I 111., with relatives and friends, returned .
:30-12:00-Election of officers. ,
home yesterday.Start I
Miss Cora Crotts who has been detained 2:00-2:20-Internal Secretions, Dr. C. R. Poole, of Coshocton, 0., is I Miss Jennie L. Nix and brother Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Curry and son,

at home for several days by now to get your share o.f the George Perkins. stopping at the Orland hotel. He is a have arrived from olden, Fla., and who have been visiting relatives at

illness, is slowly improving. Christmas trade through The Senti- 2:20-2:30-Discussion: Dr. George representative of the American Art have rented the house on South Lake Harbor View, on the West Coast, for

nel, the best advertising medium in j Baumgras, Dr. E. C. Kemp, Dr. R.1.:: Works.J. street owned by Miss Cora Crotts. several days, will return to Orlando

Before having pictures see "life Orange county.Mr. I' Buckmaster. I today.

motion pictures" at Evans', 100 North 2:30-2:50-The Edwards Treatment I G. Kirkland district passenger Mrj J. Wright Tatum, representingT.
Main. 11-25-tf Mr. Ed- for Deafness, Dr. J. Corwin Howell.2:503:00DIScusslon I the A. C. L. in Or- wholesale Mr. M. T. Lallatte, the clever representative
H. L. Beeman and son, II agent for was F. Park & Company, .
Dr. J. R. of the Southern Printers
win Beeman, left yesterday afternoonfor : lando yesterday attending to urgent fruit and produce, New York, is in
Mr. William O'Neil has returned to Tampa on a short business and | Moseley, Dr. Grace :Miler.: railroad matters.Mr. the city in the interest of his house. Supply House, with headquarters in

Orlando from Poughkeepsie, N. Y., pleasure trip. 3:00-3:20-Sex Hygiene in PublicI Atlanta, spent yesterday in Orlando
I Schools, Dr. Sarah E. Wheeler. calling on the trade.
for several months.
where he has been
I and Mrs. A. S. Keys have ar-
I 3:20-3:30-Discussion Dr. Ella X.i Dr. Porter Pillans, of Orlando, who
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Mr. and :Mrs. Geo. F. Battles, of rived in Orlando to spend the winter.
Quinn, Dr. Mary:: Lucas. has been spending a month restingand Miss Ruth Hendricks returned
Train No. 85, Atlantic Coast Line, Brockton, Mass.. who are making Orlando I I Their summer home is in Philadel- recuperating at the home of his
{ 3:30-3:50-Research work.3:504:00Discussion home last night from DeLand, where
due to reach Orlando at 6:40, did not their headquarter for the winter phia.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Pillans, :
parents
i : Dr. A. E. she had been to attend the Miller-
arrive last night until 8 o'clock. The left :yesterday afternoon over the '
of Berry, Dr. Paul R. Davis, Dr. C. E. I at Electra, left yesterday for home. Bieby wedding, which occurred at
visit
delay was caused, so we were informed I Atlantic Coast Line, to points | McKinnon.I Mr. Joseph Gentile left yesterday Dr. Pillans is a member of the Or- that place Monday evening.The .

by a heavy snow storm in interest in the southern part of the I Evening Address: The Reign of I afternoon to spend a few days with I lando board of health.-Ocala Star.
North Carolina, which greatly impeded -I state. They will return later in the
I j the Artery Is Supreme, Dr. W. Banks his sons on their large orange groveat Board of Health met last nightat

traffic. eason-to- -remain-until- spring. Meacham. Frost Proof, in Polk county.Mr. Miss Sallie Kerr, a sister of the the city hall with all members

I late Mrs. Mary K. Duke, who has presnt. Routine business only was

C. H. Wright and wife, and been visiting in Orlando, has departed discussed. The date for the next
!;Mines in S. S. Routes Miss I :: Dowling, of Winchester, Ind., for Fort Defiance, Va., where she meeting was not announced.

Are your hens laying ? If not, why not ? have arrived in Orlando to spend the will make a visit of a few weeks.

t 1 New York, Dec. 2.-A mine with I winter, and are pleasantly located She has been visiting Miss Hallie Biggest per cent of profit ever is
Try Aunt Patsy's Poultry Food. Guaranteed I I contact points extending from it is I[ with Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Wright, 110 Fernandez at Duke Hall, on East Pine derived from the use of the Sentinel's
afloat six miles west of Fire Island Summerlin Place. street, for some time. want ad. columns. .
Everything in the Chicken line. light! according: to Capain Davies of I
i the steamship Etonian, in today from I I II
I London. Captain Dc.vies: said hej- .
Wright Seed Company passed the mine today while his ship
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was bound in.
The !<"*o* where the mice is:; said: to '
Phone 179 206 So. Orange Ave. I II I be drift !"Ch: the o_"htr:::/ farcied
I by; ai) ticiiisAiuinViCesheis: ; iavi'ngand PharmacyOrlando
McElroy's
entering New York Vbor. i i I
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Hew he mine: hcppore-i! tr l I-e there,
or by; what agencies set adiift, whether -I
I' its presence was accidental or by ,
1 design were problems to be cleared up. The possibility that it had been : Fla. Established 34 Years
A Money MakerTwo I placed adrift in the belief that it'I Ii ,
} might eventally find loduging against
| the side of a warship caused some
speculation. The only warships i seen ,
lots I on Hillcrest corner of Broadway. M, rcc..tr.r. r :""_._ .I.v."!, lui.',c. haveN i,
I nown toe nli..h; fin'. Foi' sometime |: PRACTICAL GIFTS
Each lot 64x135. Sidewalk already down. Bearing orange ,
British warships patrolled the door-
trees. Southern exposure. Hillcrest avenue will be way to the harbor, passing and re- ]I'
'' passing the spot where Captain Davies FOR XMAS
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paved with brick. i said the mine was adrift.A .
recent report that a mine had I
These lots must be sold AT ONCE and the price insures been lost by, or was missing from ,

a quick and certain profit. Let me show them to ,S the Brooklyn navy yard was denied i I
today at the commandant's office
you. Cash or terms. I! there. I French Ivory Mirrors Kodaks Ideal Fountain Pens

French Ivory Combs Perfumes Thermos Bottles
FOR SALE-35 acres, one mile northi
i of station Sorrento on pine straw i French Ivory Brushes Stationery Carafes
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road; no waste; easilcleared; roll-
S.Y.WAYInsurance ing, clay subsoil. $400\) half cash; Perfume Bottles Card Gases Safety Razor Outfits .
i dealers protected. For two days ad- I
'. dress C. R. Poole, Orland hotel.
12-3-3t Traveling Outfits (tar Ladies and Gentlemen.
and Real Estate Agent I

Dr. and Mrs. C. J. Marshall, Mrs. Mail Orders Promptly Filled. No Charge for lIIaili.g.I .
PHONE 172 A. Marshall, and :Mrs.: Henry Heff-

: ner, of Oviedo, spent several hours in I .

Oralndo yesterday shopping, and
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I greeting friends.

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__ _______ $41.25 $25.00 Value 9x12 Axminster Rugs, Special Sale Price ---------"-------- $19.85
$55.00 Value 9x12 Wilton Rugs, Special Sale Price ________ ____

$45.00 Value 9x12 Wilton Rugs, Special Sale Price ____________________ 33.75 $20.00 Value 9x12 Axminster Rugs, Special Sale Price ----------------- 17.90


$35.00 Value 9x12 Axminster Rugs, Special Sale Price ----------------- 28.50 Others at corresponding big discounts. Come in and select yours now.




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