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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 4, 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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VOLUME TWO ORLANDO, FLORIDA, FRIDAY,- DECEMBER, 1911. NUMBER 234.

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' [fi'tLE SERVIA WINTER PARK FRUIT IS I "WILL HOLD OUT UNTIL 1!AIRCRAFT GREAT FACTORPRECAUTIONS ''FLORIDA SHOULD



ISi PRE-jMED I THERE ARE NONE LEFT IN' WAR



WRECKED\ !i PACKING HOUSES RUNNINGALL TO DISTURB OUR PEACE"The TAKEN TO BE DIVIDED


CARS ARE SEEK PROTECTION

SINCE BEGINNING OF WAR BEING ICED ( address delivered before the reichstag in Berlin yesterday by the AEROPLANESOther STATE SHOULD BE CUT IN

imperial chancellor and minister of war, as given in the following cablegram TWO :NEARLY EQUAL

"CAUSE OF IT ALL" HAS Many Social News ItemsCasesof indicates the indomitable spiiit underlying the German Empire.) News of Great War Told PORTIONSORIANDO.CAPIMUIH

LOST 100,000 BERLIN (BY WIRELESS TQ LONDON), DEC. .-THE FOLLOWING -
Illness Several Acci- By an EyeWitnessMany -
OFFICIAL STATEMENT WAS GIVEN TO THE PRESS TODAY:

dents Reported, None "A MEMORABLE WAR SESSION IN THE REICIISTAG OPENED Persons Are FLORIDA f

. f DETERMINED TO GAIN COAST Serious YESTERDAY. A TONE OF OPTIMISM PERVADED THE ASSEM UnemployedBerlin I

BLAGE. GENERAL CONFIDENCE WAS INSPIRED BY THE ASSUR-

In- Winter Park, Fla., Dec. 3.-Rev. ANCES GIVEN BY THE IMPERIAL CHANCELLOR AND THE :MINISTER : Nov. 5.-(By mail to New I And Jacksonville the Capital of
Renewed Action of Germans
Barze is out again and was able to OF WAR THAT MATTERS WERE GOING WELL BOTH ON THE York.)-How great a factor in the North Florida-Letter

dicates Spirit to Reach be in his pulpit once last Sunday. EASTERN AND WESTERN FRONTIERS, ALTHOUGH IT WAS GENERALLY war the aeroplanes have become is

Calais by Tenth of Mrs. Park Trammell sang at the REALIZED THAT LONG AND DIFFICULT TASK STILL REMAINED evident from the account of a Ger- Telling Why Follows,

Baptist church last Sunday morningand TO BE DONE. THE IMPERIAL CHANCELLOR SAID: 'WE man-American civilian who has just Read It

December evening. WILL HOLD OUT UNTIL WE ARE CERTAIN THAT THERE ARE NONE returned after visiting several pointsof

Our packing houses are runningnow LEFT ANY LONGER TO DISTURB OUR PEACE, A PEACE IN WHICH the German battle line under offi- An interesting letter was received
Berlin via wireless to London, Dec.
and fruit -from the Exchange WE WILL UNFOLD GERMAN NATURE IN CULTIVATION OF GER- cial escort. yesterday by Mahlon Gore from a

Information given officially to the house is being pre-cooled as well as MAN EFFICIENCY AS A FREE NATION." "Wagons and motor cars and am- resident of Washington, D. C, who

press today says: having the cars iced. This new experiment munition carts were usually covered formerly lived in this county. The
"In the fighting east of Lodz the
is looked upon with much with bushes as a protection against writer of the letter states that a division -
German forces succeeded in cutting Knights TemplarHonor Opening Of Roof observation from above fliers he
interest and much is expected fromit. by in Florida is essential becauseof

v their way through the Russian wing. wrote in his diary. "The nearer to the striking differences betweenthe

After three days of heavy fighting :Mr. J. W. Shackleford is laid up fora SeamanOlivet Garden A SuccessOf the front we came, the more careful northern and southern sections of

they carried off 12,000 Russian pris- time with an attack of appendicitis.Mr. such measures of precaution were ob- the state.

oners and 25 guns without themselves Gordon is taking his place in the Commandery, No. 4, Knights course it had to rain, but despite served. I The author of the interesting letterI

losing a single gun. store.A "We first went to a fine chateau of stand-
mature
Templar was officially inspected yesterday I a man judgment
"The German losses were heavy but the unkindness of the weatherman
large company of our young by Galen B. Seaman, of Day- belonging to a rich French merchantnear ing high in official circles at the
not enormous. The result of the for a short time, the Yowell-
people enjoyed a picnic supper at the tona, right eminent grand commanderof the frontier, but on French soil. national capital. lie is a student 01

fighting in this region is one of the "haunted house" Tuesday evening. Florida. The inspection was the Duckworth company's roof garden A general staff officer explained to affairs, an accomplished linguist; and

fiaest military successes since the MissTaylor, of Orlando, our teacher cause for much jollification by the was formally thrown open to the pub- us the situation, showing on large for twelve years has been closely; )
On the i
commencement of the war. in the third and fourth grades, is local Knights and others from Kis- I lic and for several hours the gardenwas maps the German and French posi- identified with the "inside" of gov-
'hole the situation in the east has
shown marked change in the off duty for the present, and Miss simmee, Sanford, Daytona, Safety I deluged with men, women and tions, and told us where we would be ernmental business.

not any Irma Taylor is teaching in her place. Harbor, Wekiwa Springs, Winter'I taken, and what we could expect to Having formerly lived in Orange

past few days. Reports further indicate i A number of our townspeople have Park, Winter Garden, St. Cloud, Oak- children. see. lie impressed everybody most county, and owning property here, he

that the Servian defeats in the I brought in wild turkeys, deer, and land, and other surrounding towns. The music was splendid, the pic- favorably. Especially his frank admission follows closely the happenings and

east seem to confirm the predictionthat quail from hunts since the season tures were excellent, the refreshmentswere that the German troops had in his native state. '
the end of Servian resistance is i An elaborate banquet was servedin progress
unusually good; the elevator tried to take the fortress of Toul by
opened. The letter signed by "Sigma" is as
The Servian losses ;I the asylum last evening by theofficers' i
far distant.
not Victor H. Collier has bought a part service was smooth and not a detail storm, but failed, and had therefore follows:
i wives in honor of the grand
since the beginning of the war are estimated -
of the old "rose garden" formerly be- commander and for the entertainmentof was overlooked by the managementto begun a regular siege, impressed us "Word comes to me from friends in

at 100,000. to the -Knowles estate, and add to the comfort of all pres- all. is
longing I the many Knights from the sur- Florida that the state enteringupon
expects to make it the home for the ent. "While we were walking from a an era of unprecedented pros-
rounding country. Those who served
Bound to Reach Calais family. I i I Barring the rain that came up for village to the siege battery, we sud- perity; that winter visitors and home-
the banquet Mesdames T. P.
Paris, Dec. 3.-The right wing of On account of some crossed wires were I the first showing of the moving pictures denly herad the short, sharp sound of seekers are coming in in unusual
the allies defeated the Germans all j Warlow, S. A. Johnson, A. W. Bum-
the bank and several of the stores | there was not a hitch in the gunfire. Turning around, we noticed numbers and more than usually early;
Charles Tilden W. R. O'Neal C.
by ,
in several violent ,
along the front engagements ;
charged that contact with program. The garden was thronged small clouds of smoke against the
I were so I that business is picking up right
Moselle river P. Dow, Carl Jansen, Charles Jordon,
along the .
metal made the proprietorsstep I with delighted citizens who seemedto clear blue sky, slowly dissolving and
in all sections
I any parts Edwards. along, houses going up ,
DeWitt Miller and William
in the Vosges and in Alsace Wednes- I "Well, look who we are. We I. And then discovered
pretty lively for a day or two. say disappearing. we paved streets and roads extending
according to delayed reports Following the banquet and social '
day, I While trying to ride the newly pur- are some city that can boast of a a flying machine, which was towns and rural sections, and'other
reaching the war office today.A session the Temple degree was con- I
I real genuine roof garden.
chased horse of Mr. Hakes "Doc" fired at with shrapnel. It was a improvements keeping pace with the

midnight communique from Bor- I Jernigan was thrown to the ground, ferred upon William S. Branch, Jr. After viewing the excellent mov- French flier, bombarded by German general growth. This is the news
deaux states that this is the only lIe is longer abused candidatebut
no an "The Jewel"-
ing pictures, Queen's
resulting in a fractured collar bone. field artillery. The shrapnel some- from Orlando, and I hope the seine
official news the war office has to re- I full fledged K. T., and all I
now a thriller and the
President and Professor Blackman I a ; a comedy picture, times exploded dangerously near him, can be said about other sections of

late.But I, went to the "high pines" on a hunting day today the usual congratulations I patrons strolled about under the pergola but he managed to turn around quick.ly'and the state. *

unofficial' reports coupled withan I expedition last week, armed with will be showered upon him, and en- I leaned over the balcony and disappeared behind the crest I "There is, however, such an im-
afternoon official statement vious turned in his direction. I
con- eyes I looked at the pretty of i "
panorama of the hill.
good cameras mense difference in the climate, "re
vey the details of furious engage- Yesterday evening the Knights as- electric lights and buzzing
sparkling
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Mrs. Enlow gave her Sunday school I I sources, topography and general interests -
ments being fought by vast numbersin sembled in full dress and escorted the
class of boys a pleasant evening automobiles on the streets far below. TO SPEND A PART OF THEIR between the northern and
Flanders, where the battle of theY state right eminent commander from And then Mr. Moon came out from I.
I spent in games, questions, and reading TIME IN ORLANDO southern sections of Florida, that the
ser has been resumed with increased 1 the San Juan hotel to the commandery. behind the clouds and lent his charm
Tuesday night. Light refreshments 'must of the
I time come for a division
and north of Arras, where the Mr. Seaman stated that he I
vigor
was to the scene and everybody was happy I
were served. Clement Brossier is planning to state into at least two parts.
Germans are making desperate efforts I unusually well pleased with the local once again, the rain was forgotten I I
The town team lined up for a game leave the latter part of this week for
to make good their to and that the Masonic af- "Northern Florida has its distinct
once more vow i of baseball with Rollins College team commandery the pleasing drinks were rel- Orlando where he will join his brother -

break through to Calais by Decem- Ii J j Wednesday and went to defeat, the fairs around the state: were in a pros- ished and the offerings of the chef de I Bazi'e Brossier. Messrs. Brossier products of a substantial farming
character like that of the neighlhr-
ber 10th. condition.A .
I score being 9 to 8.11r. perous cuisine touched the spot with every- have recently purchased shares in the
ing states the north. Tobacco,
French Occupy Many New Towns :: R. L. Betts is undergoing several large number from nearby towns body. Now that the roof garden is I Orlando Reporter-Star, and intend to on pe-
11 m.-An official I cans, grain, fruits of the temperatezone
Paris, Dec. -
p. kinds of contortions while nursing were present yesterday. Among them a permanent feature of Orlando its spend a great share of their time in better
and other products, do
statement issued tonight states: I
I an attack of lumbago. were F. J. Lindergreen Winter Park; future success is undoubtedly as- that city.-Miami Metropolis."BIKE" .
there than farther south, and that
"On the right bank of the Moselle we
Knights Cohn, Bramer and Morgan, sured.
section has a solid prosperity not dependent -
have occupied Lesmenil, and Signalof
of St. Cloud; II. E. Tolar, of Sanford;

Xon; in the Vosges our troops HAS $$23,500 RIGHT ARM : Joe Petris, Frank Roper and Charles i MAITLANI NEWS RIDERS ARRESTEDOne I upon winter visitors or tropical -

have captured La Tete de Faux, southof } 1 Tilden, of Oakland; Joseph Elwell, of I agriculture. *

the village of Bon Homme, which I Safety Harbor; J. B. Steinmetz, of :Miss: Ely: has returned to her homein I "But it is not the Florida of our
dream and desire when the snows />e-
dominates the frontier crest and was : Walter Johnson Has Jumped to Wekiwa Springs; and Joseph Osborn, Maitland after having spent the or Two Every Day-Police
; to fall is it the 'garden oflIesperides'
gin nor
being used as an observatory by the
eminent commander of the Daytona summer in Connecticut.Mr. .
Chicago Federal League Court Yesterday Was In-
nor the land of the. or-
Germans. In Alsace the station of i
Jacob Fred who is located
commandery; Espahadahl, : Vanderpool, *
has been and From Washington teresting-to the and grapefruit.
Burnhaupt occupied we grand guard, of Daytona, and the in Jacksonville, spent the week- ange
ourselves line I Americans SpectatorPolice "There should be a South Florida,
are installing upon a guest of honor, Galen B. Seaman, of end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. I.
and either a North Florida or a Suite
extending from Aspach by the bridgeof Daytona.The Vanderpool.Mrs. .
I Coffeyville, Kas., Dec. 3. WalterJohnson of Jackson or of Jefferson carved ,
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Aspach, to Burnhaupt. court was featured yesterday -
committee in charge of the arrangements :: Sherman N. Bronson, who has J
from the northern end of the peniue *
I
signed this afternoon with were L. L. Payne, C. P. been with Mrs. Clark at the rectorythe by the fine levied upon 1

& WANT INVESTIGATION OF MILITARY -I' the Chicago Federals.' :Manager:\ Tin- Dow, W. R. O'Neal l, S. A. Johnson, past three weeks, is now occupy- fighters, bicycle ordinance violators, sula. .
"If a line be drawn, beginning on 1
PREPAREDNESS OF ker of the Chicago Feds was here and I Jos. Dawson, and Geo. McCullough. ing her home on Lake :Maitland.the : and sundry offenses.
UNITED STATES Frank Chapman, arrested by Officer the west coast near the twenty-ninth j
secured his signature to contract for 1
parallel, following the south bonier
for
Smith, was fined $2 and costs

Washington, D. C., Dec. 3.-Senator two years. Neither Johnson or Tin- War Briefs From All Parts riding his bicycle on the sidewalks. of Levy, Alachua, Putnam and iSt. J

Lodge of Massachusetts an- ker would divulge the figures, but Oliver Grimes and Will Ford, ar- Johns counties, eastward across the 1

nounced in a statement today that he Tinker said: "Johnson is getting the Of The Battle Scarred WorldLondon rested by Officer Carter, were fined .I state, a division is formed which 1

planned to introduce in the senate a most money of any ball player in the $5 and costs each for fighting. I places semi-tropical Florida on one

resolution: similar to the one offeredin John Jackson, arrested by Officer side and strictly agricultural Florjda i
Gard- world. It is generally understoodhere Denton fined $1 and costs for on the other, at about the narrowest J
the house by Representative was
that his is and Dec. 3.King George of members in regard to the prose-
ner, calling for an investigation of salary $17,500 England, who has been visiting the cuting of the war to the end. A new riding his bicycle without lights. portion of the peninsula. j

r the military preparedness of the he gets a bonus of $6,000. British lines in Flanders went out to war credit of five billion marks ($1- Herbert Hicks, Odos Rickley, Chas. "The northern portion thus laid off !'

United States. Washington, Dec. 3.-Clark Griffith the firing line today, according to a 250,000,000); ) was voted with but one Williams, Jeff Williams, and CharlesZ. has 23,548 square miles, and the
telephone message received this afternoon dissenting vote, that of Herr Lieb-
southern Florida )
"This does not commit us to any manager of the Washington club, by the Evening News from knecht Socialist, and notable speeches Williams' were arrested for loud or typical portion, f

expenditures of any kind or to any 1 stated tonight that if the Johnson report Calais. were made by the imperial chan- solicitation at the railroad station 30,692 square miles. The differenceof

policy, said the senator. "It merelyis was true the Washington club cellor, Dr. Von Bethmann-Holweg, platform. Rickley and Jeff Williams about 7,000 square miles in favor
"Krupp" Bombarded and Johannis Kaempf, the Speaker. of the southern is
portion perhaps
of and I think not Herbert Hicks
pleaded guilty.
a resolution inquiry would exercise their his
option on London Dec. 3.-A dispatch to the After the credit was voted the reich-
should be passed by both houses of services this year for which he was Exchange Telegraph company quotesa stag adjourned until March 2. and Chas. Williams were fined $1 and balanced by a larger population and

the from Berlin to the effect costs each and and Jeff Wil- perhaps greater wealth, in the north
congress and approved by presi- paid $2,500, Johnson agreeing to play message ; Rickley .
that the Krupp factory at Essen Ger- Przemjsl Destitute ern portion.
dent. The great nations are at war I for the same salary last If liams wer fined $5 and costs each.
as
year. bombarded Venice via London Dec. The
,
many, was yesterday by "Jacksonville should, of course, oe
and we are living in the midst of an I he attempts to break it Griffith an aeronaut. It is said that bombs archbishop of Przemysl, who is en
I the of the northern division
armed and fighting world. I says he will sue. I were dropped from the aercplane on route to Rome, is credited in an interview 19 PELLICANS IN COOP capital ,
the buildings devoted to the manufacture published here with declaringthat and Orlando should be the capital of

I of cannon. The airmen escaped the situation of Przemysl is des- South Florida. A state which has for
NO STAMPS FOR TELEGRAMSThe I I GOLF TEAM TO TAMPA uninjured and the extent of the dam- perate and the surrender of th fort- Nineteen large pelicans in coops at with capital I
I so many years put up a
a ge has not been ascertained. ress imminent. The hospitals are the Atlantic Coast Line passenger I
so far removed from its geographical
local Western Union Telegraph 1 As stated in The Sentinel several crowded, according to the published station caught the eye of many pass- I
Near Death statement, the mortality is enormous center may well be satisfied with
has advices from weeks the Orlando golf team has ers-by yesterday. They were the
company received ago
Brussels, Dec. 3.-Dr. Solf, the Ger- and the food supply exhausted. these proposed locations. which ale
the commercial general manager at I positively decided to accept the invi- man colonial secretary, had a narrow property of Mr. A. :M.: Nicholson, the
logical from the point of view of accessibility -
New York stating that a number of tation of the Tampa Automobile and escape a few days ago. When auto- Tsing-Tau Booty well known taxidermist of this city.

customers have filed messages with Golf club to play a game in that city, mobiling along the front near Dix- Tokio Dec. 3.-A list of the war Many guesses were made as to how wealth, rapid growth, and
mude he came under the fire of the booty captured by Japan at Tsing- intelligence and enterprise of the i
the revenue stamps attached. Stampscan and -on December 10 the local team, I I their capture was effected. Mr. Nich-
'I English entrenchments, which were Tau, the German stronghold in China, leading citizens. f
not be used to pay the tax on' accompanied by the women players, only 400 yards from the highway.Not was made public by army headquarters olson informs The Sentinel that he "No town in Florida

telegrams. Cash must accompanythe will jaunt to the Tampan course. only bullets whizzed around his today. It includes 2,500 rifles, caught them at night in the watersof can excel Or-
automobile, but shrapnel explodednear 100 machine guns, 30 field guns, all lando in'these qualifications, man for
orders. There are no stamps issued Every effort will be made to turn the old Tampa Bay, near St. Peters-
by. needing repair; a small amount of man, and it is the place for the
capital
by the government intended for tables and win the tournament. ammunition $6,000 in cash 15,000 burg, by shining their eyes. He is
of South Florida without
doubt"This
use on telegrams. This is of much Million More tons of coal, forty automobiles and going to ship part of them to some a

interest here because the tax of one Buy your Christmas presents early. Berlin, Dec. 3.-A momentous war provisions sufficient to feed 5,000 per- zoological institution, while the othershe I view will be disputed, of
session of the reichstag was held today i sons for three months. All ships in course, but it will stand the test uf
cent on Curtis & O'Neal have the usual will kepe at his place of businesson
messages went into effect high
and was marked by the unanimity -I the harbor, it is announced, were de- I
,\ December 1. class goods, but at low prices. of feeling that prevailed among'l stroyed. Division street. (Continued on page 8)



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Newsy Briefs

FAULTLESS From OaklandOakland 1o tI


Fla., Dec. 2.-Harold
Henschen made a flying trip to Jack-
sonville on Saturday.Mrs. .
I
-REG U 5 GpT OFF' Brock and family and :Mrs.:
Wilks spent Friday in Orlando.
RUBBER GOODS :Miss: Nita :Moore: one of the teachers -
in the Sanford schools, spent her --
vacation with :Miss: Gertie Speer.
I I W. T. Hickman and his cousin, :Mr.: FINE ICE CREAMS AND ICES
: Jones, came up from Winter Haven, i
r 3 i Wednesday to attend the school en-
tertainment and join the neighborhood -
f gathering at the park. ; Telephone 664.
Miss Dewey Vick spent the holi-
day vacation with her brother and I

: r. -.. Winter wife, :Mr.: Park.and :Mrs.: Cecile Vick, of : and we will deliver your N

.. No.4OFbR Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Williams came :
over from Orange City to spend IOE CEE- ..
Thanksgiving with the home folks,
BOILS 70R BACKACHE t
Mr. and Mrs. Husband, and make a
For Dinner '
visit before they go to Fort Lauder- Sunday -

dale.Several of the members of the Oakland New York Ice Cream my Specialty.
W. C. T. U. attended the enter- ,
tainment given by the union of Win- Philadelphia and Fancy Ice Creams to Order
ter Garden. They appreciated the J
kind welcome which they received.Mr. .
and Mrs. S. J. Williams entertained ......Wholesale and Retail, Bricks or Cans.....

Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Olson,
Creams in Stock
Always
and Mr. and Mrs. Daniels, Mrs. Ol Neapolitan
1 son's parents, on Thanksgiving day.
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N Ed Speer arrived Thursday from
Mountain Creek, Ala., to visit his :
FOR COLD FEET "FOR EARACHE numerous relatives and friends. i :aOEFLEE(

Mrs. Jeff Waits and little baby
went Monday to Youmans, Fla., to Residence 205 Liberty St. Corner Mariposa.
put the baby in the care of Mr. Waits'
mother for a while. Around the Corner. Prices Reasonable.
E ESTES! P PHAMAY Y YPhones Mrs. F. F. Cross and little Myrtle Factory

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spent a most enjoyable time with her .---.,-MyBgnrngnrga r ..",-__ .. ** "'-L.X-"" **" u *M 'ra aaa
sister -
at Brooksville during last week. ---- -
Mr. Gilbert, of Jacksonville, was in ( *

61 and 95 Drug Store on (the CornerHARRISflNE town last week on business. lie has
been in Colorado recently, with our TEN REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD
friend J. Michael, who he reportsas
doing well, in good health and en-
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-- joying the climate. t
The school gave a splendid enter- COOK WITH GAS
tainment on last Wednesday night.A .
crowded house greeted them. The
: little folks did their part well. Es-
pecial credit must be given to the
HOUSEHOLD :young people, who gave the play.
Many of the casts were difficult but 1. Convenience 6. Speed
they acted them well.
PAINT Thanksgiving day was nearly per- 2. Comfort 7. Efficiency
fect and the people were nabled to
for'mosCeyecytiiingEasy: come to the church and dinner in 8. Safety
goodly numbers. The sermon deliv- 3. Cleanliness _
-i to use. ered by Rev. Query was full of en- 9. Perfect Regulation
couragement.The 4. Simplicity
Easy to buy. basket dinner arranged by the of Heat
W. C. T. U. proved to be most boun-
5.
Accessibility *
tiful. A splendid social spirit pre 10. Economy
Small cans. vailed. Rev. Dr. Stagg, of Orlando,

16 Colors and talked a short time on temperance,
putting forthe the idea that prohibi-
ALL GOOD. tion should be brought about by the
proper education of our youth. 7. EFFICIENCY A*
Mr. L. II. Tilden leaves Wednesdayfor
Wears well. East Tennessee, where he will
Looks well. spend a month, then return to his Efficient because the fire need not be lighted until al 'the food is
home in California.
ready to be cooked. Because the momen he cooking. is done

I J What more More Men for Navy the fire is turned off and all expense ceases. Because there is no

JIII II'' can you ask? waste as the fire is concentrated on the place where it is needed
-4- Washington, Dec. 3.-The need of
additional 240 additional men officers to equip and the about navy 6,400 was and none of the heat escapes up the chimney. Because when
explained to the naval affairs
SOLD 13Y of the house by Rear Admiral committee you cook with Gas you utilize every cent's worth of fire you buy.
Blue of the navigation bureau. Ad-
Jos. Bumby Hardware Co. miral Blue discussed this question in
connection with the naval appropriation -
bill.
Referring to the fact that the
LAJSTDO. nation -
was still purchasing hydrographic ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO.
charts from England, the admiral
said America was issuing and,
---- more
more charts each year, and eventual
UliiliiilliMIMIIIMIIIIIMMMIMMMIMM- ly charting by the United States GAS DEPARTMENT
would be as complete as any other
I nation. I ICo.
Rear Admiral Stanford, chief of IJ
If REAL ESTATEWe the bureau of yards and docks rec- ..
f ommended a $3,000,000 appropriation
for a new dry dock at Norfolk. He
\f also urged the need of fuel oil stor-
. age tanks at Norfolk and elsewhere.
I

r tr t buy d sell all classes and kinds of Real Estate.If used.The Battleships use year fuel 30,000,000 now oil and under gallons it is constructionwill estimatedthis will be Th Fl ri a R al E mt & Inv till nt

you want to buy or sell the earth it will pay you to call last year's estimates total of of the$145,000,000 navy exceeded by .

about $1,000,000.PRESIDENT .
and talk your wishes over with us.
k Capital $50,000. Fully Paid Up. No Liabilities.
IS INTERESTED IN
The manager of this firm has had years of exper-
QUESTION OF "UNPRE-
I ience dealing in Florida investments, having sold over a PAREDNESS"Washington Incorporated In Florida; Therefore Under State Control

million dollars worth of Florida Real Estate in the last Dec. 3.-President
Wilson's letter to Representative
two years. Gardner, on the latter's resolutionfor

We are well posted on the value of all classes and military congressional preparedness investigation of the United of the II/E extend a cordially invitation to Investors and

kinds of Florida property. We want listed with us all president States was wrote made: public today. The yf f Property-Holders to call at our office, to learn

bargains in Real Estate, and we want customers for Real "You may be sure that I do not the most progressive and conservative methods.To .
have an attitude of indifference to the
Estate Bargains. great subject which you broach, butI protect your interests this Company aside of their
should like very much to have a
I conference with you before the resolution -' financial strength, give Bank Gaurantee whenever our.
j you have in mind is offered, in ,
: order to present my views to you I clients demand it. Enquiries by mail promptly an-
WARING REAL L ESTATE COMPANYR. |ter.more" fully than is possible in a let-j swered.

:Mr. Gardner was a White House

D. WARING, Manager caller today, but did not see Mr. Wilson HENRY BENEDICT PresidentOffice
and will call later. He made his ,

Rooms and 6 Watkins Block Phone No. 6311115tf ; ; visit the occasion to issue a formal I
statement, however, saying he feared
! the president intended to "lay the I over Peoples National Bank. Phone 570
cold hand of death on the whole
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WATER ROUTE THROUGH FRONT Y YARD IS A GOOD part the fault of Florida.of man Nature in almost has done every her 'j

part. Man has neglected his, and


C Colollial l Hills FLORIDA INDEXIF carelessness either mere the chances and negligence indifference for even or have criminal normally destroyed -- GRAND ,;


I good condiions. I
SUCH A ROUTE WOULD CLEAN AND SANITARY I
The same is true about the milk
SHORTEN SAILING CLASS OF RESIDENTS supply of any community. People TOI> ELxT'! ;1

DISTANCES EASILY KNOWN don't have to use poor milk or waterif ?

they don't want to. They can have I 1
. a l h-class "development in the Of 275; Miles Necessary to Be :Make Good Appearance for the the pure article if they will demand ':

prettiest section of the city. Is Dug 150 :Miles Have Sake of Large Numberof it and make effort to get it. There I JESSE L. LASKY
should be civic pride in sanitation as
north east. Been Completed on Visitors to I '
only nine blocks well as in good looks and firs outside Proffers the Favorite American Actor

Sidewalks all the way. Has CanalsThe FloridaThe impressions, but such pride is not
general in Florida cities. Civic prideis I :
several new houses under con- possibility of a water route front yard is a pretty good an unknown quantity in a majorityof Dustin FarnumIn
through Florida from the Atlantic to index of the kind of people that live
the places where railroad trains
struction. Has water, gas and the Gulf of Mexico and what it would in the house. It's a fairly accurate .
make regular stops in this state, andit
mean to travel is discussed in an article prophecy of the conditions you are a Magnificent Picturization of the Popular '
electricity. Is in the highest is time for these towns to wake up
printed in the Popular Magazine going to find in the yard behind the and Novel) and Famous Play I
get busy. Let them make a real
point in the city, being 28 feet of November 23. The article is as house, and a clean back yard usually .. I
start and see what it will lead to.
follows: means good sanitary conditions "
than the business sec- "THE VIRGINIAN
.. higher A water route across Florida that through the entire establishment.Good ,
tion. would shorten the sailing distance looks count. First impres- Dr. F. F. Thompson;{

between Europe, the Atlantic sea-I sions are hard to get away from.

board, and the ports of the gulf has I Florida, in proportion to its popula- DENTISTWill F: : S >Yt 4 S q.

been a dream for ages. Now it is I tion, probably has more visitors the ,
open an office at .I
near realization. year through than any other state in

In the draining of the Everglades,I the Union. A good many of these 115 S. Orange ..he., over Curtis &

C Colollial l Hill that region of swamp and mystery, visitors every year are making their O\Veal's Store. ..;

work upon which was begun eight : first trip to this part of the South- 11-6-tf 1

years ago, so much progress has been land, and how many of them are not 1
made that the end is in sight. Of the disappointed by their first glimpses? BEST SELECT OYSTERS, 50c. Quart /
.1
275 miles of canal necessary to be A very large share of the railroad
TheVValdeckerFishCo 1
dug, 150 have been completed and 105; stations in Florida, in the big cities

is on the market. Prices ranging are well on the way to completion. and the little ones alike, are about FOR FISH AND OYSTERS 4J
While these canals will drain the Ev- the most uninviting spots in town.
Phone No. 5. 206 Boone StreetP. 1
v from $350.00 to $600.00 per erglades, still other work is necesasryto Broken boxes and barrels, pieces of "

lot. Costs nothing to see it. For free the region from danger of inundation lumber, bits of orange peel or sugar M. and W. O. COX II
when Lake Okeechobee over- cane, and a thousand other varietiesof 1023tfMIMMillilllMlii ,
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further information see flows its banks. To overcome the more or less disgusting refuse, are - -- I J
Okeechobee menace a big canal is tobe scattered about, and the place looks . C; .7., .:
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dug from the lake to the Atlantic.I I like a-well, it is not what it should 1
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When this canal is finished it will I be. These railroad stations are the

form, with Lake Okeechobee and the : front, yards to our cities and they McCULlOCU'SDepartment FIVE GREAT PARTS. tOO BEAUTIFUL SCENES !

Caloosahatchee canal and river, a I. should be made attractive. They reflect -
navigable waterway across the state.I I credit or blame on the people A PARAMOUNT:\ PRODUCTION .

CARl DANN The Florida canals were designedto I who live there.

reclaim about five million acres of Of course, the railroad companiesare { Store !

land. Lititle was thought of the pos- responsible for these,conditions,
t sibility of their use by the carriers of but it's a long way from some little HEAR

the commerce of the sea, yet today its station to the general manager's of-

.e considered possible they will serve fice somewhere far away, and he isn't "THAT ORCHESTRA )
more in that way if they are deep- very much concerned how the station China and ,

ened and broadened than in the opening and yard at Podunk are kept. The J

Good Things of the swamp lands to agricultural station agent is supposed to keep Glassware
c developments. things neat and clean. This agent's
----- ideas of what is clean and neat may :Mr. Fritz Hauer, Orlando's Favorite Violinist, ,

.I To Eat OKLAHOMA FEDERAL COURT not be very highly developed and they Cooking will play "Mediation" (Thais), "Cavatina" (Rail). :
DISMISSED INJUNCTION
may need stimulating by the peopleof 1
t the town who have some glimmering UtensilsWatch In playing these numbers, Mr. Hauer is responding -

I -:- Washington, Dec. 3.-A majorityof remainder of local pride and some to two requests. Have you any favorites? 1
the court in
supreme today joined conception of the value of first impressions -
Jam an opinion that the Oklahoma "jim window for Mon- 1
Strawberry to say nothing of low
crow" law proviso permitting rail- 1
day specials.
health and death rates.
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Blackberry Jam roads to furnish sleeping, dining and i
Some cities in Florida, a few of
Raspberry and Currant Jam chair acocmmodations only to the them, have energetic women, who 128 S. Orange Avenue 7
white unconstitutional, but a
race was
have extended their efforts for neat- THE OLD RELIABLE
White Cherries they did not so decree because of imperfections .wlilMMMIIMMMIIIIMMSANDBO
ness beyond their own homes into
Red CherriesRed in the petitions on which public places. It's a pity more Flor- I
the; case reached the courts. I DANN'S TRANSFERDr.
ida towns haven't organizations of j
The in which five
Raspberries case was one negroes -
energetic women with these inclina-
.. claiming the entire 'law
""caches uncon- tions. Some of these cities have an B. D. WIENENGA, Prop.
stitutional, sought an injunction restraining annual spasm, which they call "cleanup Two Compression Starter
five railroads in Oklahoma
?ears day." They line up the school j jI
from using it. The Oklahoma federal
children and show them what to do, Livery Draying and Hauling
Comb Honey \ court dismissed the petition. The ma- and the town is hardly recognizablefor MADE ESPECIALLY FOR FORDS ,
4 jority of the court today affirmed the .
1
Clear Honey in Bottles three or four days or a week.
dismissal because the negroes had not 't' llStart Any Cur Tint
But it has a quick relapse and does
... Halibut and Cod Fish shown they had applied to the rail- not recover until another spasm Can be Cranked I WE GUARANTEE GOOD SERVICE
roads for acocmmodation under the
strikes some later and the
one a year
law or that the railroads had notified attack spreads. One sharp pull from the

them they had been refused certain Why no clean and clean? seat turns the engine over
accommodations.If up stay AUTO, AUTO BUS AND TRUCK
Nearly every town in Florida would two compressions.
CARUTHERS & GORE
any evidence is needed that the get used to it-the town philosopherswho
Mexicans are not competent to gov- ornament the grocery front Thai uQUEER SHAPED WHEEL" -Country Driving for Eight or Ten Solicited

New. Modern Grocer ern 'themselves, the conduct of civil wolud come to appreciate it and brag Does It.
y and military matters down there for about it-and the result would be a HORSES FOR SALE

p the past six months ought to be suffi- boost, an advertisement. It would be See the Sandbo

cient proof. A 'lot of educated American so unusual in Florida that the repu- 'Phone 257. Orlando, Florida
Phone 200 school boys could teach them tation would spread far and fast.

statesmanship. But civic pride should not be con- FORD GARAGE

6 and 8 East Pine St. fined to appearances. Without neg- ,
d (Notice-Letters upon questions of lecting! them, it should extepd to the
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every day life; upon the affairs of healthfulness of the town. Good san- -- -- I

I-. Orlando, the county and the state are itation is about the first step oward 1-
ORLANDO always acceptable. The editor I
reserv securing general healthfulness, and
the right to reject such letters. Let- in many places the local health authorities -
ters must be signed.The Publishers. are inactive. The lack of I
Do not about : .1.1I
worry your
PLUMBING CO1 ) an abundant supply of good water is ,

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Best Plumbing at Low- ; .I

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are not in latest the combine.SLAUTER'S inventions. usedon BUYERS TO SHARE IN PROFITS We will do it for you and you pay when you 11

LOWER PRICES ON FORD CARS
all first-class .. get ready .
Effective from August 1, 1914 to August .1

Plumbing ConstructionReal 1,1915 and guaranteed against any reduction .

during that time:



Estate Boughtand Touring Runabout Car- -- -- $555.00 505.00F. Call on F. JOSEPH RAEHN PLUMBING and HEATING CO. I


Sold.. O. B. Orlando. All rare fully equipped.

ttarthrr. we will be able to obtain the maximum efficiencyin
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City Building Lots week, $100; $1.00 Lot cash purchasing 300.004 our car factory and between ealn production the departments above and dates.And the if we minimum r ath an cost ntjnt in our ef Cor. Graves!;?and IrvinStreetsi 1 1I 1j

and $1.00 per buys a b ***
should we nick this production we agree to pay a
RENTS COLLECTED. the buyer's share from Sit to $60 per ear ton or about j
Auro 1.1M5) to errry retail buyer who purchase a new I '
Notary Work Promptly and Neatly For car between August I. I'IIt and August 1. ISIS. ORLANDO
Done. For further particular regarding 110_ low price.and pro6t- i I .1

harinplan, see

N.P.HATCHERORLANDO F. G. RUSH. 1

,FLORIDA I Phone 226 d & \v-i mO.-I I-IS

Office at Pinehurst ParkP. I I

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a South Florida AND WEEKLY SentinelMORNING {@rlau u' 'urtrty I Home Only rI I


&: W. M. GLENN .....................Editor tOUR
W. C. ESSINGTON' ......Bu.inw MannerEntered -Edited By Miss Eliza Wright I $6,000.This t
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at the poetotfice at Orlando Florida Office telephone No. 179. Residence telephone No. 254 ANNUAL
: as Second Class Mail Matter.
: SUBSCRIPTION RATES I
Daily. 1 Year ...................... $5.00 WEEKLY SOCIAL CALENDARDec. that time deer were occasionally seen is an ideal home and a great
Daily. 6 Months...................... 2.50 I galloping in small around the is non-resident,
Daily. 3 Months ...................... 1.25 groups bargain. Owner a
Daily. 1 Month ....................... 69 4th-3th.: northeast corner of the lake. Francis and must sell. Corner lot 75x150 CHRISTMAS SALE5
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Weekly, i-Year ........i....eo eo...... $1.00 Friday I Epps, a grandson of Thomas Jefferson feet. Beautiful new eight room
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN 3 P.:\ .-Nullos Club; Mrs. DeWitt I lived for some years in a pretty house, elegantly finished and modern.
ADVANCETO }Miller hostess. home on the west bank of the lake,

ADVERTISERS- : hostess.Sewing Clubliss; McQuarters, I and it was he who gave the lake its New California Bunga-

Copy for display and all other hand-. t Poinsettia Club; Mrs Peter Palen, present name of Pine Loch and the
advertising must be handed in at the business I' lows Five Rooms OF
office of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m. hostess. old names should certainly be pre- ,
This rule appliesto W. C. T. U., Methodise; church. served. Yours
the day before publication. ,
changes for contract advertising: it is Yong :Matrons Card ChbIrs.: ; Phil and Bath Only !
"A LOVER OF THE LAKE"Dec.
invariable and mil be strictly adhered to.SuVcribeT Slemons hostess.
; desiring The Sentinel discontinued 6 P.M.-Buffet dinner; Miss Ella 3.Subscribe. S2000 Silks and
should notify the office in writing on Taylor Slemons, hostess.
the date of expiration. otherwise it will be Saturday f
at the regular subscription rates. These undoubtedly the greatest
contented for The Daily Sentinel are
-. received 3 P.:\I.-D. A. R. monthly meeting;
Telephone until notice Nemb to atop .is..................... *& Mrs O'Neal, hostess. bargains in the city. Located near
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6 P.M.-Buffet dinner; Miss Ella Lake Eola and only ten minutes walk
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1914. Taylor Slemons, hostess. : from the Court House. These little Ribbons I.
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We'll soon have a war tax on air. Rosalind Club room was open Poland China HogsA modern in every respect. Can be

o Thursday afternoon for an informal bought on reasonable terms.
Building good houses builds a good I reception. Mrs. Harriet :Miller Mrs. I I

town. DeWitt Miller, Mrs. L. II. Gedge, andMiss fine bunch of fifteen at a Cooper Atha
0 Mary IIolt received the guests bargain. If interested see NOW ON
Save a little money and save a lot who spent the afternoon as they me at once. Otherwise the
114 South Ave. Ground FloorPhone
of worry. chose, some playing cards others butcher gets them.J. Orange i
0 ewing, and still others merely spent B. LAWTON, No. 311
Good evening have you paid your the time getitng acquainted. Miss Orlando, Fla. AND

war tax? Veda Miller gave several Victrola I They run almost anything and ev-

o numbers which were very much en- erything on wheels these days. Continuing Until Monday Next
Fooled again-the! postoffice has joyed. Fruit salad, sandwiches, olives -

;, moved! i and coffee were served. You Ought to See Our CalendarsThe .

0 Mrs Sperry Hostess in SilksEverything
Orlando is fast becoming a "reel" i The Woman's Relief Corps met at beautiful, much advertised "Volland" line. Bound in book Everything
form and with handsome and decorations.
city. the home of Mrs. Sperry yesterday covers in Ribbons
o Longfellow Calendars
afternoon. A very interesting talk
front has preventedmany Stevenson Calendars
A nice porch
Gordon"A
was given by Rev. Eleanor -
an old maid. Child's Recollection of the War." I Kipling Calendars POSITIVELYREDUCED
Household CalendarsBed
o There was also a short business meet-
When some one plans to help the Time Stories Calendars !
ing.
town, plan to help the plan. M. E. Bazaar Attracts Calendar of Dinners '
Calendar of Salads
a The Methodist bazaar in the old
The best plans a man can have for Calendar of Luncheons
postoffice building is very attractiveand HERE'S A SPECIAL !
the future are house plans.A was quite a success on the first Calendar of Golden Thoughts, etc, etc.

o day. It continues today and Satur- Only 50c. each, and nothing can be more appropriate for a 35 Inch Colored Silk Messalines, our t
good way to make the world bet- Christmas Gift at a moderate price than these book calendars.

ter is to begin with the home town.A dar.: Conewago Club You get the cream of the lot if you make your selections now. $1.00 quality
'
o The Conewago Club was enter for 69 centsHERE'S
good town will do more to keep W. S. BRANCH
tamed last evening by Miss Lea Mayer ,
at home than good advice.
the
boys at her home on North Orange ave The Arcade Book and Music Stored A SPECIAL! !
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nue. :Music and an informal good
A town is like a girl; it's a wonder :
time all. Puncand
what a little fixing up will do for it. cake were were enjoyed served.by I 40 inch All Pure Silk Crepe de Chine

a Black and Colors. Our regular $1.50
"Job and his boils" modernized THE CHASE & CO I
LETTERS TO EDITOR OF quality:
would be "Orlando and her tramps.
o SENTINEL EPACKING HOUSE AT ORLANDO I for $1.15

If you really love your home town
don't flirt with the mail order houses. "Editor Sentinel:-It certainly look:I Is modern fully equipped with the best up-to- r

0 curious tral avenue to see made a nice narrower.street like I hav Cen,- date machinery, and gives the citrus grower thee HERE'S A SPECIAL !

If you think a cow can't laugh for PROPER PACKING .
known of streets widened bu t !
joy let the lumber dealer sell you a many FIRST AID TOn 40'inch All Pore Silk Charmeuse, Clack
this never before. As "A. B. said i il i
silo. The Sentinel, it may be too late buI t HIGHEST PRICES and Colors. Our regular $2.00 quality
o which, however, would not accomplish the end desired
Fathers
.. hope not. City you will regret I
Reinforcemnts have been dispatched this once only, but it will be a s'; by the grower, if he did not also have available the services for $1.49RIBBONS
to King Booze for a good long as memory lasts. i 1 of I
centuries. I
many
o "R. O. B." THE CHASE &
CO
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There are a few who hear' the (! II f
knock of opportunity but there are "Gentlemen saw a few days ag o i SALES AND DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMs
in one of the city that ther I
who knock opportunity. papers
more o were quite a number of new settler s i which with selling forces thoroughly organized, experienced I Lot 1 I

"Vee-yah" has entered Mexico City. in the neighborhood of a pretty lak e i! competent and reliable. I

Sh-h lock the doors pull down the about two miles south of Orland<), '' GIVES THE GROWER 100 bolts worth 30c., 35c. yd

shades and crawl under the bed! who are making arrangements to se!t HIGHEST AVERAGE NET RESULTS e

o out quite a large acreage of orang e I Sale 17 cents

Speaking of colleges, the Real groves. They call it Idlewild; b act CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED .

"prize-fight" of the year is due- from the description of what they ar..e I GROWERS' MARKETING AGENTS I.

"Father's pocket book vs.: Son's ex- planning, and doing I should think i it[ ; CHASE & COMPANY Lot 2
is a very busy center.

penses. o "The official name of the lake, o n : Main: Office, Jacksonville, Florida 100 bolts worth 40c., 45c. yd

With Chief Croker and his Indian the county map is Pine Loch. Wheit n : 9-30-d&w A. R. BOGUE, Agent, Orlando, Fla. .
Sale 23
was named it was surrounded by a' cents
bride over on the East Coast James I
belt of handsome pine trees, and atGifts,
Whitcomb Riley should dash off a few I
lines la Hiawatha. ---- n -- -- -- -- -
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Many of the young o girls who go to I 100 bolts worth up to $1.00 I

the Orlando postoffice "Pine" for a ,

letter from the young college boy That EndureThe Sale 59 cents
|f who will return around Christmas
time.

o Any $5.00 Men's Shoe in ItheStore
A woman in a local restaurant helda

cup in her hands. "Why is this cup this week for $3.98
like Orlando?" Everybody "gave up." very air is now becoming charged with the

"Because," said she "it is supportedby of for Christmas will be here. I
'two-wrists." Very clev-ah butWe spirit giving, soon I
-t Our Grocery Departmentduring

i o The choice and preferred gift is the one which endures, this sale offers the following
little which is
t not hard append to comprehend a poem or remember. because it suggests the continuity of love and friendship, special prices on ,

Read it out aloud. We hope it expresses -
l
t does ours.your business attitude as it Such a gift is a watch or piece 'of iewelry. Snowdrift Corn dozen $1.25 .

Van Camp's Peas, dozen $1.25
f Go on, go on, go on,
Go on, go on, go on. You will find"at our store everything that would! distin- I 10 Ibs. Snowdrift Lard 90c

t Go on, go on, go on, go on. guish a first-class jewelry store-gifts of rare value for the lavish "
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I Go .
on go on go on. 5 Ibs.
; 0 spender, and an almost unlimited choice of less expensivebut

HARMONY AGAIN- charming gifts to suit the limited income. .. Ibs. 40c

"From harmony from heavenly;

harmony, this universal frame be-
gan." We are sure our selections will please you.

The old verse was shattered by;
iconoclasts at the Atlantic Coast Line

for a good long while, but once again ,
DICKSO N NI YES CO.
all is stillness of soul and quietness

of spirit around the station platform.
The old harmonious verse has sup- T. H. EVANSJEWELER

planted the untuneful howlings of a
shrieking boisterous crowd of raving
.DEPARTMENT STORE.
"solicitors. Bedlam in all its glory;
was never arrayed like one of these, .. ..

but now-ah, the old station is as
Orlando Orange Avenue Florida ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACErr
quiet as a last year's bird nest. Am
why? Because "His Honor" assessed

fines upon some of them yesterday i n

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Four Big Reels Watches
Gold Seal. "Lucile Love, the Girl ,
" of lester,." Featuring Grace Cu-
nard and Francis Ford, the world's Jewelry Cut Glass
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greatest actors. This story is compete -
: in fifteen episodes. Be sure
and see the first episode today. Silver Novelties,
A Four-Act Drama of Patience, Kindness, 1 er.Gune-s Lt teard: Forgh'eness."ENVIRO11 Sterling. "Bill's Riot." A riproar- 11
ing juvenile comedy, featuring little

E T," Majestic. Billy Vitagraph.Jacobs. "Mrs. Lirriper's Leg French Ivory,
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"THE TOl.jCI I OF A LITTLE HAND," Princess acy.Xo advance.in price. Aligator Goods, Etc.

"STOUT HEARTS nUT WEAK KNEES," Keystone.
THAT GOOD I

Seven Reels and everyone so good we could not omit any. 11 Don't buy .before you visit our

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. Coupons given with every admission, good for the Lucerne Theatre Great

Automobile Contest. I r I i I gift problem.



I Same: Little Prices I. AUTO OILARE J I U Any article reserved.

THE BEST FOR YOUR CAR

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up parts
LOCAL AND PERSONAL Mr. David S. Neil and sister, of!I Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Gunning and city and county. Drums for shippingand U U

Westfield, Chautauqua, N. Y., arrivedin Mrs. Ruth A. Anable and son, Ed- storage tanks kept on hand.
Orlando yesterday and are pleas-I ward, arrived in Orlando yesterday
Miss Jean Person is visiting friends antly located for the season at 714 afternoon from Waverly, N. Y., and
I \ Lubricating Oil and Greases to suit 11 & CO. ,
.A..llerl.
i.! Apopka.W. West Church street. are pleasantly located at the home of all cars. Give make of car when .. : .,
R. Wooten left Orlando yester- Mr. E. C. Fosmer, of Glens Falls,I Mr. and Mrs. Carl Jansen, on Lake order. you

day, going to Palatka. N. Y., who spending. the winter in I Cherokee, for the winter. JEWELERSENGRAVING

Mr. and Mrs. R .P. Foley, of Win- Orlando, left yesterday afternoon to :Mr.: J. D. Mitchill, the well known

te. Park, were in the city yesterday.R. visit points of interest in. the southern -I accountant, left Orlando last Monday GULF ntrlmiib! COil REPAIRING

D. Waring has purchased an part of the state. for Atlanta, Ga., on business. From

Overland; also S. S. Griffin, and W. Mrs. James S. Crawford and fam- there he will go to'New York, where P. G. WALTON: L
Agent = = =: o4 = Aim
D. Powell, of Winter Park. ily, of Pittsburg, arrived last night 'he will remain until the end of the
and will Mr. O'Neal's resi- month, returning to this city about Office Phone 4:>0.
Bishop Mann departed yesterday occupy I ".H ,)ot+Htilll Ilia I Cr afternoon for Key West where he will dence at 100 Liberty street duringthe the first of the New Year to audit: Residence Phone 269.
deliver a sermon Sunday. winter season. I the accounts of the city officials. t i W. Coleman W. R. Rhan
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llr. and ::Mrs. J. P. Martin, of Columbia Mr. T. L Davidson arrived last Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Wells and TIIERE'S A REASON FOR'

Tenn., are among the late night from Detroit Mich., to visit I daughter Miss\ Leona, were among VENEER CORES
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arrivals at the San Juan. his father, Rev. T. Davidson, and sister .- the welcome winter residents arriv- i HtJl't : PI t )gfl-1 iJNT i

Curbing has been laid on West Cen- Mrs. J. E. Ensign, at their pretty ing in Orlando yesterday afternoonfor $1.25
home, "Interlachen," on Lake Under the season, from St. Paul, Minn. ; .'
tral avenue preparatory to the workof Sold at gaining in popularity every day. J
hill. Mrs. Wells is the daughter of Sena Per Strand UpFIRE.PLACE
laying the brick.
tor J. E. Buxton, and the family will I QUALITY-THAT'S IT
:\:erle II. Rolfe has decided that he .
Mrs. T. A. Yancey left yesterdayfor CII'NKS AND
Nashville, Tenn., where she will likes Orlando as a place of business- make their home at the pretty.resi OAK WOOD ;12 We also handle a full line of Painters' & PaperHangers' ',
where he secured and for dence of the senator on Lucerne Cir Rolls Wall
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2000 Paper
position
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remain on a visit for several days. cle. I' Orlando Wood Yard :t
which point Mrs. Rolfe left Mondayto to go at
Before having pictures see "life join her husband. Both will be Miss Sarah Slemons has arrived B. W. Kingsley, Proprietor T"'AV
Main.motion pictures" at Evans', 100 North missed here.-Palm Beach Post. from Tennessee, where she has been PINE STREET AND R. K. mm[ PAPER co. |

11-25-tf Mr. E. T. Entrican and Mrs. E. T. spending the summer and fall, and is 9-30 Telephone 314 Th.Sign ofth.Sun Phone 261 205 So. Orange Avc.: .
Mrs. Charles L. Smith of Winter
Entrican, brother and mother of our the guest of her sister, :Mrs.: R. P. '
Park, was in Orlando yesterday shop- well known fellow citizen, Mr. W. T. j I Marks, at her home on Duval street, .. .. .II..I'li..3e..iII11.11. I'.1.811.1..I.III. .i
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friends. afternoon on the Tampa Special to her home in Orlando. :Miss

I Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Johnson and from Chicago, Ill., to spend the win- Slemons has frequently visited in
little daughter, of Leesburg, are ter. Jacksonville and has many friends FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL
spending today in Orlando, guests at here who will extend her a cordial -
The Methodist ladies' bazaar in the .
the San Juan. welcome.Times-Union. '
old postoffice room on Orange avenue
Mr. Wayland Goodnow, wife and was thronged with people yesterday, I Mr. II. C. Joyce, who resided in Orlando Established 1886

niece, from Jeffre, N. II., wery among and a prosperous day was reported.The several years ago, but who removed -
the arrivals at the popular Lake View booths and the pretty :young ladies to Tampa to cast his fortune,
last night. behind them were the features of was in Orlando yesterday en route to
CURTIS & O'NEAL
Mrs. W. B. Freas will return to Orlando the display. West Orange to visit his parents, Mr.

tomorrow, occupying her pretty Mrs. A. S. Richeson, of Greenville, and Mrs. T. L. Joyce. Harvey, as his
home at 303 East Jackson street. Her Ohio, who has been spending her winters many friends call him, spent several
. t home is in Wilkesbarre, Pa. 1 j( in Orlando for the past twenty hours visiting, the scenes of his boy- INSURANCE LOANS .

Mr. J. R. Thornton, the clever rep- years, is expected here today from I hood days. He was very much con-
resentative of the S. P. Richards cerned about the growth of Orlando
. Pa- the North for another season. She
since the time he left, and LA.L ESTATE RENTALS
said "I
per company, Atlanta, Ga., spent yesterday <': always makes her home at the Childs :
calling on the trade. I i I House, on West Church street. have never seen a town grow faster,
particularly in the last few
Mr. A. II. Bristol, mayor of the'|I years.
Miss Kate
Sterling, attractive
an You truly have a fine city here."
thriving town of Taft, was among the I I I
young lady from Battle Creek, Mich.,
business transactors in Orlando yes-, was among the arrivals in Orlando.
terday.Mr. I Don't put it off any longer-do it
I yesterday. She is a friend of Mr. and
J. C. Otey, one of the valued Mrs. E. II. Gore and Mrs. S. A. Robinson I I I get today-use what you Sentinel want.OSTEOPATHY. want ads. and FOR RENT---Bungalo 5 Rooms Furnished, South Main

attaches of the Orlando Auto and i 'and will divide the season between Street.
Supply company, left yesterday for: them. --- ---------
Atlanta on business.
I j Mr. and Mrs.\ Aug. Wilkin and
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Herrich and I i daughter, Miss Dora, arrived in Or- Seven Room House, South Orlando.

daughter, :Miss: Jeannette, arrived in I| lando yesterday afternoon and au- I
Orlando yesterday afternoon from { toed out to their winter home in DR. J. C HOWELL
New Five Room Houses South West Orlando.
Two
Orange, N. J., and are again making j I Gotha. These estimable people have i Hours, 10.12, 3.5, and by appointment ,
their home at the Lake View. They I been coming to Orange county for I No extra charge tor hOuse treatment

made a wide circle of friends during several years and always receive a Except Night Calls.Telephone .
their sojourn here last winter who I warm welcome upon their return from connections: -
are glad at their return. the North.
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use in the war. It means that there is

1125.00 real value/in a machine when a discriminating -

f.o.b. buyer like England places such an orderas


ORLANDOEvery this.


Advanced Feature. Come in and see the new models.


But No Advance in. Price.


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FOR RENT-Nicely furnished sleep-
ing rooms; all conveniences; spe- lumber: Laths mcl Shiiigie3 ;
SENTINELWANTS cial rates for season. No. 205 Magnolia I

h[I avenue. 1221wk'FOR !

RENT-Suite of rooms now occupied ;
by Dr. Christ. Long term I!
tenants only desired. Jno. :M.: Cheney. II II I

11-13-tfc I
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FOR RENT-Large, attractive room. t
The Morning Sentinel Want Inquire No. 8 West Washington St. 1

Ad Directory Medium is in the Orlando.Greatest Want 11-8-tfc OIT..IAND: ( ) I

FOR RENT-Beautiful dwelling with
Terms Cash in Advance. ,
elegantly furnished a
garage; ; on
I I r Lake Lucerne. Jas. A. Knox.
RATES 3-27-tf

I For One Day ______________23t Cement Plaster and Perfection Lime7ITE
Royal Agatite
For Three Days ___dOC ,
For Six ___--- =____ FOR RENT Seven room house; water -
I Days 7oc .
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gas, electric lights, bath, etc.; ------
A CORNER LOT
For One Month _______ ___$2.50
barn, stable, chicken house; lot 100 by
This rate applies on all ads of
I 200 feet. Apply at 735 North Orange
23 words or less. If the ad con-
is 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 each additional word, for each in- FOR RENT-Small flat, modern con-
veniences unfurnished. Jas. A. : -
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and they are generally sold sertion.If Knox. 11-3-tf
you can't bring your ad to
early the office telephone No. 24. Ac-
counts opened by telephone will be FOR RENT-Furnished bungalow;
We have a house on a good payable the following day. five rooms and bath; all modern t
conveniences; lake front location; at-
corner lot all modern and Every Home-E>ery Business- tractive price. Address Box 33, Win- Important friendships result from the right introduction, and
Park Fla. ll-27-6t
Every Man has use for a ter

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

for light housekeeping. Also pleas- nections. Association is the of all business We
A NEW{ HOUSEThe FOR SALE ant sunshine front bed room on first keynote success.
floor. Private family and modern
conveniences. 315 West Central. invite you to open an account with us where a personal inter-
price is very low for FOR SALE-35; acres, one mile northof 11-24-tfc.
station Sorrento, on pine straw est is taken in every depositor.ORLANDO .
this grade of property. Call road; no waste; easily cleared; roll-
ing, clay subsoil. $400, half cash; FOR RENT-Apartment of four nice-
. in and let us take you out dealers protected. For two days ad- ly furnished rooms; gas, separate
: dress C. R. Poole, Orland hotel. bath, new house; adults only. 604
and show it to you today. 12-3-3t Magnolia: avenue. 11-10-tf-: BANK & TRUST CO.


FOR SALE-Furniture, dishes and WANTED
; ORLANDO BUILDING LAND CO two fireless cookers, etc., used by ,
t Civic League. Apply to Mr. Hugh WANTED TO RENT a horse, by the
II North Orange Avenue Allen at the fair grounds. 12-2-lwc month; will take care of horse and J
feed. Address X, care Sentinel.

FOR SALE OR TRADE-One No. 5 ll-28-6t + II I 11I11 III1IIIII1I1 111I1I1II = I1II II . II II I I1I11 III I 1111 I I II III I I I
PHONE 608
Oliver typewriter, with splendid
' leather case. Machine in excellentcondition USE TEDDER'S DEAD SHOT-It
OPPOSITE SAN JUAN HOTEL used but very little. Call will cure your chickens of sore-
between 12 o'clock noon and 2 p. m. head and prevent them from havingthe
for terms. Inquire at Sentinel office. dreaded disease. One or two applications SUB-TROPICAL EXPOSITIONMIDWINTER
FRED B. DALEC. 11-28-tf is sufficient. For sale at
H. BRYANT my residence, 309 America street, Or-
lando. Price 50c. and bottle.
: DAVIS A GILES Counsel'r FOR SALE-The attractive 8 room $1 per
r A. PEPPERCORN Contractor dwelling, 202 Hillcrest avenue; 11-28-Gt
t modern and complete in every re
t spect. If interested call up phone TOURISTS wanted at private boarding -
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565. 11-24-tf house, near Lake Standish;
plenty of fishing; real country life;
[ I Business Directory Northern cooking; reasonable rates.
FOR SALE-Ten acres fine orange OEL :OO. FL
land; about 3 acres cleared; 3-4 of Address Mrs. L. Smoot, Plymouth, ,
Fla.
ll-29-6t
ForBUSY a mile south of Gill's store and 1-2
mile east of Lake Conway, on terminal -
MEN.\ of proposed brick road. Ad- FOR SALE-Typewriters visible, FEB. 9-13 1915
dress Anna II. Piatt, R. R. No. 1, Box new and used ones, at ten dollars
43, Orlando. 11-24-lm. and up. Cash talks. Get a good ma- ,
chine cheap. Almost new Oliver No. i
SHOE HOSPITAL 5, twenty-five dollars. C. S. i.IcE\ven.v,
FOR SALE-Nice, comfortable home
Bouton Brothers, corner Church 12-3-3t EDUCATIONAL = =
and Orange avenue. Shoes repaired for small family; grapefruit, guava
while and orange trees; six squares of post-
wait. Best rubber heels
you office. Apply loV.. D. West, 510 EXPERT STENOGRAPHER and sec-
40 cents. Best English tan leather. Horticulture Floriculture Domestic
Phone 487. Marion avenue or Hotel Astor. retary wishes whole or part time Embracing-Agriculture, ,

.-, 11151mo'Up 11-18-lmo eral work.years New in York commercial experience, educational of sev-, Arts and Crafts, with exhibits of Stock, Hogs and Poultry,

to date painting, papering, etc., i and literary lines. Rapid dictationto
FOR SALE-Five room house, one and the products of South Florida. Racing Polo Sports
is the kind you want. Where to get mile from court house, $650. One machine. Address B., care Senti ,

it? That's easy, phone 636. W. T. Liberty Brush automobile, $75. In- nel. 12-3-6t Areoplans Lectures and Entertainments of all kindsFor
Entrican. l-20-tf quire Shoe Hospital, 8 East Church
street. 11-17-lmo THE M. E. "NATIONAL" BAZAARwill .
I be held in the old postofficeroom
Who is your painter and decorator? I Thursday, Friday and Satur-
If you are satisfied keep the one you FOR SALE-One seven passenger, day, beginning at 3 p. m. Thursday, Information or premium list, address
have; if not, phone W. T. Entrican six cylinder automobile, 1 year old, December 3rd. Buy your Christmas

Ne. 636. l-20-tf care unless first of class interested.Sentinel.condition.Address Don't Bargain 11-14-tf answer, will presents be served at the each bazaar.noon and Luncheon supper VVM. R. O'flEAl, Sec'y H. H. DICKSON, Pres'tI (

Eat all you want. Friday evening, at 25 cents. Chicken
Eat what you want. supper Thursday and turkey supper
Take a postscript and forget it. FOR SALE-Cabbage Plants,Charleston Saturday, at 50 cents. 12-3-3tc I II III C I I I II I I II III .. .t I .. ,. **-v III I111111 Ie. I 11111I111111111111111. ii fTtlt
For sale by all druggists. Wakefield, $1.00 per thousand. '.- -.- -- ... ---- '
Frank Phillips, Pine Castle.
1-7-d&w-lyr ROOMS FOR RENT .
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FOR SALE-Fine] cypress fence posts. NICE, LARGE FURNISHED ROOM, r
Atlantic Coast Line Inquire of Frank Phillips Pine Cas- to adults only. 409 Delaney street. < 10-25-tf ;
tle. 9-18-tf J ,, hn.A. u.-z,
5-TOURIST TRAINS ; I <
from FOR SALE-Forty acres of fine THREE ROOMS AND BATH, fur- i
NORTH AND WEST hammock land; eight in grove; the nished or unfurnished, for light
present crop of oranges will be from housekeeping; electric lights; new
"Dixie Fl>er" 750 to 1,000 boxes; 500 trees all told, house. Phone Johnson, 67. 28-Gt received of Foster Bros' famous
-Dixie Limited" ready for stting-l0 acres in lake, We have a car
"Seminole Limited" one and quarter miles from Apopka.
"Montgomery Route" Price, $5,000. Address W. II., Box MISCELLANEOUSThe
"South Atlantic Limited" 178, Orlando, Fla. 9-23-tf
Pullman cars from Chicago, St. Louis, ----For-- Sale New Pocket Billiard Parlor, Porslanlyke Iron Beds
Indianapolis, Cincinnati, Louisvilleand No. 8 West Pine street, is now open
intermediate points to Jacksonville 30 Acres, citrus and vegetable land, for business. ll-28-7t
Fla. 20 fenced, 10 cleared, crop on it now,
Dining Cars ready for planting trees this winter MAKE:: A SPECIALTY of planting with the finish
that will
and next school and is
via crop spring; near orange and grapefruit trees; all There nothirg: : compare
ATLANTIC COAST LINE church; half mile of railroad station; trees guaranteed to live. References
Standard Railroad of the SouthJ. good neighborhood; four miles from furnished. Charges, $600 per acre. that are en Footer Beds, and OUR PRICES for these
G. KIRKLAND, D. P. A., court house. Special price if taken in
Address, Box 222, Ocoee, Fla.
Hillsboro Hotel, Tampa, Fla. next 30 days. Box 4, Orlando. 11-10-lmo beds are far less than others charge for the same
A. W. FK1TOT, D. P. A., 10-25-tf
38 West Baj St., Jacksonville Fla. the finish. We would
FOR SALE THE WILLOLA HOTEL, 406 South : style bed that has nothing near !

Narsery stock, one, two, three and Orange location avenue near, is now Lake open.Lucerne.Beautiful like to call and see this line; nothing like it In
four year old buds; Foster Early, Home cooking. Spacious veranda. you ,

!i I Pineapple Navel., Java Address, Homosassa:Mrs. M., Kahle Washington -, Mrs. W. T. Walker. 11-19-1moc the city.

.Pill Street.t. Apopka. Fla. Phone 2222. 3-13-tf 4
BLASTING, Subsoiling and Dynamiting -
I of all kinds done short
on
WANTED, ROOMERS-Rooms and no- with all cash sal s.
t board in delightful country residence magazine tice. A full at. all stock times.of dynamite See L. N.in We give coupons

JEWELEREXPERT I, three-fourths mile from Orlando Lewis, 406 S. East street, Orlando.
in orange grove. Plenty fresh 11-13-lmo A
air, fruits, and congenial surround-
WATCH MAKERI
ings. Address A. B. C., Sentinel. -LOST-- -AND-FOUND- --


, make a specialty of Fine 11-29-lwk FOR RENT LOST White violet pin set with & SnowdenLow

Watch, Clock and Jewelery Repairing pearls. Reward if returned to Kineaid
I ; Diamond Setting,Ring Hammond & Bunch's store. 12-2-tf
and Spectacle Repairing. I FOR RENT-Up to date furnished
house; all conveniences; 211 Jack- NOTICE
Bring me repairs others have II son street. Also two light housekeeping -
failed to do, and I will repair rooms. ll-29-8t THE LADIES OF ST. CECILIA'SGuild Priced Furniture House.
them satisfactorily or no charge. i will hold a bazaar, afternoonand I
My prices reasonable. ] evening, at the Chapter House,
; are j i AT YOUR OWN GARAGE-Let a Florida
, first class mechanic put your car on Wednesday, December 2nd. Sup- Cor. Main and Pine Sts. Orlando,
j in running order. Watch him work. per will be serve'' from six until

CHAS. VATER I Leave call 407 West street. Phone seven. 1126.6tc -
i J 1563. ll-29-6t
I Don't wait for every one in town to
JEWELER Ii i FOR RENT-Pleasant, sunny rooms, have Entrican. the painter, before
(i, completely furnished. Breakfast if you try. Am too busy to look you '
i East Pine Street, at Young's 1 desired. C05;: North Orange avenue. up. Phone 636, and I will he on the IGORDON'S CARRIAGE .

t t Repair Shop 11-4-d&w-lm II J 11-29-lw job. l-20-tf .'< I ANNOUNCEMENT

.t FOR RENT-To desirable people, BUYERS AND SELLERSI -AnDBAGGAGE -
Ii well furnished suite, bed room and MR. FRITZ HAUER has opened a
r sitting room with private lavatory. buy, sell, rent, and exch mjre real DR. L. H. RAMSDEU
I Also single rooms -and a garage estate. Have resided in Orlanao,Fla, TRANSFER
( NEIL McDUFFEE Splendid location. No. 9 E. Washington over 30 years. Have handled over OPTOMETRIST Violin Studio
St. 11-29-1mc $20,000,000. Call and see me.
II Successor to Dr. G. f. LUin/
L. T. HARRELL Prop.
t 10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER.Eat ROOM 8 ROCK BLDG.
Contractor and Builder ORLANDO. FLORIDA
FOR RENT-Two or three unfurnished Furniture
and
Piano
L rooms, either upstairs or what you want. WE FIT GLASSES GRIND LENSES
Bungalows a Specialty I downstairs. All modern conveniences. Sat: all you want. Moving Specialty For particulars call at the address.
Close to two good lakes. Inquire at Take a postscript and forget it. a AND DO ALL KINDS OF
Arcade nul:ding. Orlando cnsi vmelia street. W. H. Bovtp For sale by all druggist j Hours, 9:00 to 12:00 a.m.r' .
11-29-61 ,_,..l.a t-T-d&w-lyr 8 E. Church St. PHONE 487 0"*nCAI REPAIRING .

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INVASION BY SANFORD J

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Plays Football This Afternoon 1

-Tonight a Basket Ball
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Sanford is invading Orlando in all

Starting BIG is Not lines of athletics today. In the after- t ,
noon the football teams of the rival I Ii
i high schools will engage in a game
Starting RightIf I
I i that promises to be a real battle, for -,3e, .
our wealthiest men had waited to j': both teams are going in with blood in
start their bank accounts with a BIG I their eyes and determination in their .
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amount,-they would still be waiting. hearts. As this is the first football
Little deposits grow to big sums. It's game that has been played; here this .
the little business that has the best chanceto year a large number of fans are planning -
become big. It is the young man who to be present.At .
can take care of the small sums who will I I 8 o'clock this evening the new
be able to handle a big business.We Sanford basket ball team and the
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encourage small deposits. We welcome Rifles will lock horns, and as Sanfordhas .D) V.11)" (J ( .:\rl t
new accounts of $1.00.Ve pay 4 several defeats to revenge an- t.anti
per cent. other good game is expected. The l Sneak Thieves dolt no dread\) Ii
new Sanford team is said to be much
STATE BANKof I stronger than the first one that rep- I 2or those v/ho Keep; their valuables j! '
resented that place and they are out 1
Orlando to settle old scores for the other team, in our vault. i
but the Rifles are confident that the
final whistle will find them with just Safe ,Deposit nOtC5
another defeat to mourn. The game : "
will be played in the Armory; and an it : $1 per year antI lID.F .
admission of 25 cents will be charged. s

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TO TAKE TRIP ON RIVER I. .-:

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Mr. Beeman Has Invited Ty

I Cobb and Jas. II. Giles to ,; ":'

Enjoy a River Trip


l i LET l\IE BEAUTIFY YOUR GROUNDS I With Him

i 7 f WHETHER A COUNTRY ESTATE i Tyrus As stated Raymond yesterday's. Cobb; the noted Sentinel baseball -, ;;

I player of the Detroit Tigers, will o F ( I. : \ ::9 j 1f D
OR A SMALL CITY LOT I arrive in Orlando Tuesday, December i1

r: 15, to be the guest of Harry L. Bee-
Mr. Beeman has invited Mr. _
BLUE PRINTS AND DETAILED PLANTING 'IN- I man. . ,
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Cobb and Mr. Jas. L. Giles to accompany : ,:', "
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STRUCTIONS AT REASONABLE PRICES I him for a ten days' trip on the ... ... .
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Werner F. Nehrling

L ; FLORIDA SHOULD BE DIVIDED

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tif ::'('. In all probability; any serious 4RlEY-DAVIDSON Ili
t CONSULTING HORTICULTURIST move made to divide the state and tc

\ If you contemplate planting a citrus groveR : }pace Ue capital of the southern half
at Or>indo will be met by the united
it will ad\'ice. +
R pay you to get my
effort of the citizens of that section
Local Agent for BUCKEYE NURSERIES fit I! > put up such an attractive offer of

Tampa, Fla. jriounds; and other accessories, free
'! to the public, that it can not be ignored -
Ollice Above PEOPLES NATIONAL BANK t
! i I "The writer, a former resident of J
PHONE 570 I I-IO Jfj
the wonderful South Apopka region
j r 1 lof Orange county, and of Orlando, is I
! J j still a heavy tax payer in the former ,. -.
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i i the beloved homeland of his boyhood \ 1915 HARLEY-DAVIDSON-II Horsepower 3-Speed Sliding Gear Transmission Automatic |
days. He therefore be
may pardoned Mechanical Oil Pump Step-Starter and 66 Refinements, $275.00.
Are your hens laying ? If not, why not ? I for thus entering the arena

Try Aunt Patsy's Poultry Food. Guaranteed I with onism suggestions in some quarters sure to ,raise but antag-which W. WHITNEY I WRIGHT, I290rlando. Avenue Fla. I ,

I are believed to be timely and neces- r
Everything in the Chicken line. sary. lllllllliniMIMIIIIIMMtlillMMIItlMMIItlMMMMMHinillltlMtllMM M
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Wright Seed CompanyPhone i "Washington, D. C., Dec. 1, 1914. .

TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY ,
179 206 So. Orange Ave. i
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WANTED-At once, an experienced I' PharmacyOrlando
-- ----- waitress at the Wyoming hotel. j I McElroy's
1 Apply in person. 12-4-31 I

FOR SALE-A good work horse. Can'
be used anywhere. 15 hands high I
A and perfectly gentle. Call on S. S. I' Fla. Established 34 Years '
Money MakerTwo Jones, near Lake Lancaster, on Con- i ,
way road. 124fit'FOR
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lots on Hillcrest avenue, corner of Broadway. SALE-Two. beautiful lots in
Colonial Park; $275 and S300; also j
Each lot 64x135. Sidewalk already down. Bearing orange cottage, close to town, good negh-! PRACTICAL GIFTS
borhood. Rent pays 8 per cent. on j II
trees. Southern exposure. Hillcrest avenue will be whole investment. Box 694, Orlando. i
paved with brick. I 12-4-lt i! FOR XMASFrench

These lots must be sold AT ONCE and the price insures WANTED-Middle aged Northern I 1
woman wants housework of any
a quick and certain profit. Let me show them to kind. Day work preferred. Call at I
Magnolia House, or phone 58, O. W.
you. Cash or terms. v 12-4-lt Ivory Mirrors Kodaks Ideal Fountain Pens

LOST-THURSDAY AFTER\()OX. French Ivory Combs Perfumes Thermos Bottles
I A GENTLEMAN'S SINGLE STONE
DIAMOND RING. LIBERAL RE- French Ivory Brushes Stationery Carafes
WARD. VALUED AS A GIFT. RETURN -
S. Y. WAY TO "KO IE INN," CHURCH Perfume Bottles Card Gases ; Safety Razor Outfits
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AND WEST STS. 12-4-2t ..

Insurance and Real Estate GROCERY FOR SALE Traveling Outfits for Ladies and Gentlemen.Mail .
Agent
Good cash grocery business for sale

PHONE 172 at money invoice need price.answer. Only this parties ad. Good with : Orders Promptly Filled. No Charge for Mailing.!
reason for selling. Address "Grocer,"
care Sentinel office. 12-4-3tc
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$55.00 Value 9x12 \Vilton Rugs, Special Sale Price _____________________ $41.25 $25.00 Value 9x12 Axminster Rugs, Special Sale Price -------------____ $19,85

$45.00 Value 9x12 'ilton 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
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Others at corresponding big discounts. Come in and select yours now.



saHrid &. Son, PineSireet

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