The morning sentinel
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079945/00203
 Material Information
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 6, 1914
Publication Date: 1913-1918
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075052
oclc - 34297093
notis - AKR3407
lccn - sn 96027193
System ID: UF00079945:00203
 Related Items
Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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: Beeman, Schumann, and Many: I[ Paris Reports the Same Activityin x Kaiser's Troops Place Huge :I Newest Phase of the War Is

#"j. Other Noble Citizens to Aid Belgium as in the Past Guns Behind Concrete Heavj Fighting:: in Alsace

in Advancement Plans Few DaysBritishSuccess //\ r rEi3R'JAR' HOW HE'SORLTDO Defenses in -Lodz Battle Was a

for City Belgium Bloody One

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> Once upon a time (for so all sto- King George Arrives Home London Dec. 5.-The AustroGerman London Dec. 5.-Italy's attitude
I London, Dec. 5.-An official court ? union is being hammered both in the European war has pain be-
ries begin) a cow path threaded its I I CXi ;tITID J
.... i circular announced that King George from the east and from the west andon come a source of concern in riew of
way through the swamps and bogs its soil. While the Russiansare declaration
I had arrived at Buckingham palace own Premier Salandra's that
r',: lying tithe southeast of the then vil- I from France tonight. assailing east Prussia's border his country was in no way bound to

lage of Orlando over which and successfully penetrating the Aus- I fight with Germany and Austria, and

the daily milk supply of this passed'i Little Activity trian territory the French are carl1.-1 the intimation that if her loyalty by
i. Paris Dec. 5.-Tonight's official I II V ing the fighting with great treaty obligations' were questioned
city. Sportsmen following ; I II
I report issued at midnight, from the to the outer works of :Metz all the' further she would disclose the text
vine highway out into the forest wilds i I
.. i war office at Bordeaux says the same while menacing the country south of I of the triple alliance agreement. The
a few miles away, invariably were so !
tonight in Belgiumas Strassburg with cannon and aerial German of
activity prevails government's appointment
abundantly rewarded for their brav- I I I
'' last night. Only mention of activity bombardment. Prince Von Buelow, former chance
ery and effort that they would return
in is So advanced has become the fight- head of the embassy
home at eventide heavily laden with i tonight's report at a pointto for as temporary
wild game. the east of Posele on the right ing on the western front that the at Rome is interpreted by Rome
R I bank of the Yser half way between storm center of battle no longer restsin dispatclfbs as meaning that Berlin)
Like all fleeting things of this
sphere of dirt Time that relentlessold : Dixmude and Ypres, where the British # France. Crucial engagements are would exert strong pressure to prevent
director of progress has been i after a stubborn all day fight -- being waged to the extreme limits of I Italy from joining forces with
the such captured a strong position which the -- the line stretching from the Switzerland i the allies.A .
steadily upon job working Germans had held for a month. I i I II iI border to the Belgian coast. dispatch to the Exchange Telegraph
that the has been whol-
ly changed and all that remains of I It is in Alsace and Belgium that company from Lisbon says that
this primitive highway are the yarns CHARGED WITHIAXX ACT VIOLATION j I France is fighting her big fight with i all the members of the Portuguese

of the pioneers who enjoyed: the i INDICTEDMARION IS MYSTIFYINGLITTLE I.the aid of her allies, she making not cabinet resigned today in a body.
I ___ able progress at both fronts despite The newest phase of the
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sports of those days as they do now tp. sc
the rehearsal of those early day ex- j: Providence R. I. Dec. 5.-Col. j I I all the strength the Kaiser can muster far as was indicated by the d y's dispatches

periences.The Charles Alexander a milionaire retired COUNTY GRAND 3-YEAR-OLD STEPSON II without weakening his eastern is heavy fighting in Alsace
merchant here was arrested tonight battle line. where the French have
thrifty and enterprising set- JURY INDICTS LIEUT. OF A lIR.VELCII succeeded in
I by federal officers on a war- I While the French war office is silent -
tiers in the vicinity of Pine Castle GOVERNOR DIED YESTERDAYJury I maintaining a foothold on German
soon made that woodland trail the rant from Chicago charging violation '! on its operations around Metz, territory since the opening of hostili-
for of the Mann white slave act. lIe is j: Berlin admits officially that the Germans ties.
preliminary survey an improvised
Eleven Others Besides Lieutenant Was but
accused of having Miss Impanelled No I have been
transported. forced to defend
public thoroughfare leading to the i Comparatively little has been hear.'!
county seat and by a considerable detour -. Jessie Cope, of Los Angeles Cal., |I Governor and Secretary Decision Hcached-'iJ1 I their fortified position there against of the struggle there which is virtually -
around the bayhead south of from that city to Chicago in February !!! of State Were Meet: AgainTomorrow the French attacks which the German a separate campaign, but now

: Lake Lucerne, DeLaney street and 1913. Indicted I I army headquarters state were the Fren apparently have begun ;.1,
Gore avenue were reached, thence : When arraigned before a United : repulsed. vigorous offensive movement. Th .
around Lake Lucerne into "town. ; States commissioner Col. .Alexander I Indianapolis Ind., Dec. 5.-Very A little three year old boy, a son Berlin also has made official claim main battle is in progress near Alt-

Less than a dozen years ago these 'waived examination. Bait was fixedat large sums of money were unlawfully of a Mr. Welch, a stepfather living I! to advances in the territory south- I' kirch where the German war office

same citizens boldly asserted that $7,500, which was furnished, and j drawn out of the treasury of Indiana : north of Orlando dropped dead yesterday I! west of Altkirch where the Frenchwar says, the attacks of the French have
they had outgrown cow path engineering I the case was continued for a hearing!I II 'during the session of the 1913 legislature -! morning at about 9 o'clock I, office asserts its troops have been repulsed.
in the Chicago federal court, the first to the made and Martin informed I made progress. So terrific has been
., and that they were positive according report Judge upon being Dispatches are beginning to come in
that a highway could be built through Tuesday in January. : late last night by the Marion county of the sudden death, orderedSheriff I the cannonading in upper Alsace that from Petrograd which give a closer i
"the swamp." So persistent were The complaint gives February 25, : grand jury, which indicted Lieutenant Gordon to thoroughly investi- I!' the boom of guns has been heard at view of the war in the east. They
they in their effort that the county 1913 as the date of the alleged viola- I j Governor William P. O'Neill, HomerL. gate the case. II' Basel and other points along the indicate that the Germans who fought

commissioners finally yielded to their tion of the Mann law. Cook secretary of state and eleven A jury was impanelled and an au- I Swiss border. The battle and the their way out of the Russian trap

persuasive arguments and the "Pine Arrested in Chicago others connected with the legisla- topsy over the remains of the little I greatest proportions of this front isI I performed a most desperate and valorous -
,= Castle Road" was built direct into Chicago, Dec. 5.-Miss Jessie Elizabeth ture in 1913 for the alleged signingor boy was conducted. The case was of I!'I centering around Altkirch and feat. The force southeast of

Orlando. For years this half mile of Cope accuser of Colonel Chas presentation of false claims which : such a baffling and mystifying char-I I erkirch. Lodz which was hemmed in, is said
road lying immediately to the southof ; Alexander, of Providence R. I., under i were paid out of the legislature funds. : acter that the jury rendered no ,"er-I I A general engagement was precip- to have cut its way with bayonet-,

the city was considered one of the the Mann act, was arrested in Chicago I The report continues: !dict yesterday but adjourned to meet 1! itated when the strong German forces step by step, for fteen miles, in the
worst pieces of highway between today, charged with attempting to "The total amount due the 150 ; tomorrow and try to arrive at a ver- I I moving on Belfort were met and en- face of constant attacks until it way
Jacksonville and Tampa. bribe federal officials.. It was as- I members of the legislature for their'' I: gaged by the French troops and were able to rejoin the main body. This
serted t_ut she had i 3d local offi- diem and $60,903.60.1'dict.Those who j i sent to strengthen the which
Again the property owners all along per mileage was saw the body stated army battle is described as the bloodiest
the line got busy and as a result that < !' to aid her in extorting $50,000 I The total money drawn from the I that it was in a horrible conditiondue I began its attack on the Metz line. and most pitiless of the war.

cow path has blossomed out into a from Alexander by threats of prosecution i| treasury as expenses for the legislature -I to pellagra, with which the child The result was that the fighting
under the Mann act if he refused i< I was carried to the outskirts of Muel-
beautiful bricked avenue with park- was $160,000 plus making $100- : was said to be afflicted. It was
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ways on either side and is pronouncedby I to pay it. It is said that she 000 of expense outside the pay of averred by the stepfather that the !I hausen and on to Altkirch while the w.lm'fEUALS TO ATHLETES

all the prettiest stretch of streetin promised to divide $50,000 with the i members of both bodies for their ser- disease was the cause of the child's' German positions being at Damer-
the city. It is christened "Kuhl officials. Miss Cope was released { vices.f i death. I kirch and northward through Senn-

avenue" in honor of Mr. B. F. Kuhl, I upon her own recognizance on the "It is due to many members of the It is said that the boy was abused I heim and into heavy fighting reported Chicago Dec. 5.-The professors I
an old and highly respected residentof bribery charge but was held under general assembly and perhaps to a I by his parents. It is said that the near :Metz where the French are of the "Big Nine" organization of the

that neighborhood.This i bond of $5,000 as a witness against ) considerable majority of them, to boy's parents were seen to inflict se- I still engaging the outer ring of forti- Western universities, at the annual 1

transformation scene does not ; Alexander. state that they had no knowledge of : vere punishment upon the child. It fications. fall meeting here today voted to set f

end here however. The owners of the vast sums of money that were be- ; is further alleged that he was i In Belgium the Germans continueto aside the sum of two thousand dol- 1
BRUTAL ATTACK IN SACRAMENTO fortify lateral positions from lars, the annual interest from which
property abutting on this avenue arc i ing paid out to so-called employes."The I whipped. 1
at work on plans for beautifying and I I II evidence in this investigation I Those on the jury conducting the Mariakerke to Knocke where forty is to be used to purchase nine medals 1
transforming the sand hill and the i --- : also discloses a situation that calls autopsy are L. W. Tilden J. II. Barton more big guns have been mounted be- one for each conference institution.The I
Sacramento Cal. Dec. 5.The' I hind a concrete defense. At Yser medals are to be presented to
low marsh into things of beauty un- aloud for penal legislation upon the C. E. Lartigue William Bumby.
til they are made to "bud and blossom body of an unidentified girl about 10 subject of what is called 'lobbying I W. Spear and Mr. Sanborn. also the Germans are strengtheningtheir the senior at each institution who in
as the rose." I years old who had been assaulted about the legislature. It shows that i front opposite such points as the opinion of the faculty has com-

Mr. II. L. Beeman who posseses a i and murdered was found in the German men of great political' influence on I AUGUSTINE WANTS CONVENTION show evidence of activity by the Brit- bined the greatest proficiency in ath-
natural bent for landscape gardening I Lutheran church here tonight. account of their position in some instances I ish forces. letics and scholarship. The athletic

is- -laying. out several acres into the I and their relation to party I directors and coaches believe this
most beautiful floral beds in the organization do not hesitate to demand St. Fla. Dec. 5. award will provide much needed impetus -
state Augustine, -Efforts
: STORK SPECIAL ARRIVES S.i S.: I CITY RECEIVES for the improvement of 'schol-
$$10 CASHPolice
and already has a vegetable garden and receive large sums of I are to be made to secure the arship athletics.
that causes the passerby to turn and money, running into thousands of dol- 1915 convention of the Florida State among
look twice. lars, to influence control of the legis- i, Educational Association for St. Au-
Mechanics are at work constructinga Judge J. M. Cheney Is Grand lation of the state. Men of different gustine. The chamber of commerce Court Yesterday Indi- ALL ELKS TO MEET AT 2:15

cement wall four feet high on the father Now, Baby Being political parties under so-called employment will give County Superintendent of cated an Improvement in TODAYAll

fence line bordering the avenue clear I Named in His I from the same employer Public Instruction D. D. Corbett the Financial

up to "Schumann Heights." J. F. I HonorThe : demand and receive large sums of strong backing in an effort to land WorldAs Elks are requested to meet at
Schumann who has been the moving i money for their effort to control or the big meeting of state educatorsfor 2:15 this afternoon at the Elks' Home
spirit in the improving of this part Stork Special visited Sanford I influence legislation upon public bills. the Ancient City next year. A a result of police court for the "Lodge of Sorrows" services;
yesterday -
of the city is grading the large hill yesterday afternoon and left a bright I Such conduct is inimical to the very large delegation will attend the meeting the city of Orlando annexed $10 and from the Home they will marchin
down in front of his colonial hone baby boy at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J foundation of republican form of gov- at tLakeland this month. in real Mr. arrestedby a body to the Grand theatre where
and will erect a massive stone fence Douglas R. Ellerbe. Mrs Ellerbe was !! ernment and ought to be preventedby Officer money.Smith for allowing his the memorial services will be held.
and is making extensive improve- formerly Miss Glenn Cheney, daughter severe legislation so far as legis- EVERYBODY'S DOIN IT I to run at large within the city limits All visiting Elks in the city are requested -
ments on the lake front. of Judge and Mrs. J. M. Cheney I! lation can affect it." to come to the lodge hall
i +was fined $1 and costs. Will Ferguosn -
Others who have contributed liberally of Orlando. She was born and raised Chicago Dec. 5.-"Chief Albert j participate in the Lodge of Sorrow
I arrested by Officer Denton for
to the improvements of this in this city and has a host of friends I GEORGE I. EDGERTON, JR., BUYS Bender, the famous Indian pitcher, riding his bicycle on the sidewalks, services and then accompany the oth-
avenue are Messr. Beck & Payne who will extend happiest congratulations. -I TWO LOTS formerly with the Philadelphia Amer- I was fined $1 and costs. Fred Camp- ers to the Grand theatre. ).
Gross, Slauter Zankina and The infant has :
JJoylen' son happy ican League club signed a two :years I tell, arrested by Officer Broom for
Miss Kimbrou h. grandparents and two happy uncles. !I The Orlando Building and Land contract with the Federal League. It using profane language, was fined $3 HOTEL ASTOR TO HAVE HOUSEWARMING -
A massive stone archway spanningthe The little boy was promptly named ,, company sold two fine building lots is up to President Gilmore to assign I'and costs and "John Doe" arrested
avenue at the south city limits is John Cheney Ellerbe in honor of his yesterday. They are located on Hill- him to a club, the league head having by Officer Denton, charged with "lewd

one of the possibilities of the near grandfather.NEW crest avenue just east of the L II. signed him to a league contract. St. behavior" was fined $5 and costs. All The Hotel Astor will have a gen-

future and will be done by popular Gedge residence. Mr. Edgerton secured Louis will in all probability get Ben- I paid. This is the first day for a long uine "housewarming" Friday from 4 .. .
subscription by citizens of that lo- PRESIDENT SANTO a nice piece of property and is der's services. I while that all fines have been paid. to 9 o'clock, December 11. Many features -

cality. It is predicted by The Senti- DOMINGO to be congratulated. He will erect a This may be taken as a sign of improvement will make the housewarming a E
nel that this spirit of enterprise will winter home at a later date. CARLISLE INDIANS DEFEATED in the financial world. notable affair. A musical program
spread to other parts of the city and Washington Dec. 5.-General Jimi- and a reception has been planned by

there will be a pleasant rivalry in nez was today inaugurated presidentof THE WEATHER Atlanta Ga., Dec. 5.-The Auburn A. B. Vance, proprietor. Everybodyis
this work of beautifying. Santo Domingo in the Bring your pictures early for fram-
capittal city, 'I football team defeated the Carlisle cordially invited to attend the affair -
according to official dispatches to the ,: Florida: Generally fair Sunday Indians 7 to 0, in a hard fought ing to Curtis & O'NeaL New mould- and make the occasion a delight-
i Mighty convenient-Sentinel wants. state department. I I and Monday. grne here today. I ing and good work guaranteed. I l ane.


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THE ENRAPTURED SOCIETY I plaited taffetas; platoons of the brave i FIGHTING CONTINUES ET !
EDITOR and the gallan, the handsome and the POLAND F
FAULTLESS I gay of Peoria's golden youth, and !
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TORPEDO BOATS Processionals of lovely matrons, substantial business men, in the cor- Vienna, Dec. Tonight's official !
trailing draperies of brilliantly hued rectest of evening garb, lent to the
velvets, brocades and satins, drifts of Jefferson hotel a stunningly pictorial I report says: "In the Carpathim, im i\
DANIELS DECLARES NAVYIS adorable girls, their exquisite slim- effect last night when the first aSsem- !West Galicia, and in South Poland i

REG O S PAT OFF' AMPLY PROVIDED ness enveloped in misty clouds of bly ball of the season took place at :quiet prevailed generally. Fi&*gin 1
tulle or clinging lengths of accordion I that popular hostelry.-Peoria Star. ; North Poland continues."

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With CruisersCriticismsUnjustified Battle ships and FINE ICE CREAMS AND ICES 'I

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Washington, Dec. 4.-What officials Telephone 664

I believe is poular exaggerationof
admitted defects in the American

7. navy's torpedo equipment was the and we will deliver your I
', ... subject of a statement issued tonightby
40 40 Secretary; Daniels embodying; a report ]:0:1- ; CD 1
riN r I bj Rear Admiral Strauss, chief =. _
of the bureau of ordnance. Specifically -
b prove the misleading statement a \vas declaration prepared that to For Sunday Dinner :

"of long range torpedoes there are 6
only fifty-eight; in the navy," quoted New York Ice Cream my Specialty. t
from a speech by RepresentativeGardner
of Massachusetts, who is Philadelphia and Fancy Ice Creams to Order w
urging the administration to supporthis }

resolution for an investigation of ......Wholesale and Retail, Bricks or Cans.....
naval and military preparedness.While .
the recent discussion of the "!
Neapolitan Creams Always in Stock
) conditions has dealt only with the sit- 1 'f
No40 uation on battleships and cruisers, .
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& &' Rear Admiral Strauss took occasionto II'
point out that long range torpe-
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FOR COLD FEET _'FOR EARACHE does are neither required nor desiredfor .
submarines. He recalled that the
British armored cruisers Aboukir, Residence 205 Liberty St., Corner Mariposa ,

ESTES? P PH ARMA AUY Y rine Cressy at destroyed a and range Hogue by of 500 a were German yards torpedoedand subma- _Factory 7"1'Around the Corner.-" '-"'- -- Prices Reasonable.>---..-..-.-i M


I'lioncsfGl and 95 Drug Store on the Corner I I William J. Harris, director of the
tzr.:: census, department of commerce, an- TEN REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD
------------------- --- -- nounces the preliminary report of cot-
ton ginned by counties in Florida for
the crops of 1914 and 1913. The report -
was made public for the state at

HAlfRTS NS1IOIJSEHOL1J 10 a. m., on Saturday November 21.
The amounts for the different coun-
ties for the crops of 1914 and 1913
are furnished for publication in the
: local' papers. Quantities are in run-
ning bales, counting round as half 1. Convenience Speed
l : bales. Linters are not included:
.PAINt -Crop- 2. Comfort 7. Efficiency
County- 1914 1913!
formostjveryfhingEasy: Alachua ___________ 6,335 5,261 8. Safety
Baker _____________ 535 562 3. Cleanliness
f Bradford __________ 2,722 2,227
p to use. Columbia __________ 2,926 2,282 9. Perfect Regulation
Hamilton __________ 3,545 2,660 4. Simplicity
JI to Holmes ____________ 3,930 3,321 of Heat
1 Easy buy. Jackson ___________ 19,104 16.226 h
Jefferson __________ 5,387 3,547 5. Accessibilityl
Lafayette _________ 516 493 10. Economy
Small cans. Leon ______________ 3,631 2,750 I
Madison ___________ 6,496 3,508
r 16 Colors and Suwannee _________ 4,497 3,467
Washington _______ 1,939 1,455
I ALL GOOD. All other __________ 4,340 5,458
7. EFFICIENCYEfficient
Total ________n__ 65,903 53,217
Wears well.
WIVES OF SOLDIERS IN NEED because the fire need not be lighted until all the food is
l Looks well. OF MONEY
ready to be cooked. Because the moment the cooking is done
i Germany and Austria Criticised for
I -4.91:: What more Not Caring Better for Their the fire is turned off and all expense ceases. Because there is no

\"om 'n
! can you ask? waste as the fire is concentrated on the place where it is needed

_ r- 4 J London, Dec. 3-The Chronicle
says: and none of the heat escapes up the chimney. Because when

SOLD I3Y "Voerwarets publishes a scathing cook with Gas utilize cent's worth of fire
protest against the lack of financial you you every you buy.
support extended by the governmentto
Jos. Hardware Co.
Bumby soldiers' wives in Germany and
Austria. In the latter country divorced -
OItiz AND 0. women living on alimony are
not entitled to support during the ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO.

"Sometimes it takes weeks before
" " "I""I"'I'FI 'I"'F'II.r.. assistance is given to soldiers' wives GAS DEP
I in Germany. There is increasing discontent ARTIVIENT'J

among the poorer classes,and
I REAL ESTATEWe corresponding misery. The Socialist
paper challenges the government at
Berlin and Vienna to put an end to
i this: inhuman proceeding."

buy d sell all classes-and kinds of Real Estate.If TURKEY IN PARIS APPALLING HEARS STATE, Th Fl ri a Bnnl nudl mildly I t t & i Jllve8tMent CO.

you want to buy or sell the earth it will pay you to call
Brigands Preying Upon Subjects of
and talk your wishes over with us. Allied Nations, Correspondent -
Says Capital 50000. Fully Paid Up.
The manager of this firm has had years of exper-

London, Dec. 5.The Paris corre- Incorporated In Florida; Therefore Under State Control,
ience dealing in Florida investments, having sold over a
spondent of the Standard wires:

rill: ion dollars: worth of Florida Real Estate in the last "War has brought an appallingstate
of affairs in the Qttoman Em-
two years. pire. The Turks everywhere appearto

We are well posted on the value of all classes and at have the expense become of thieves subjects and of brigands the allied extend a cordially invitation to Investors and

kinds of Florida property. We want listed with us all I. "The nations.Temps gives a melancholy WE! Property-Holders to call at our office, to learn

bargains in Real Estate, and we want customers for Real the picture steamers of conditions and boats in to Syria.Beirut have All the most progressive and conservative methods.To .

Estate Bargains. been sunk to prevent the allies event- of
ually using them." protect your interests this Company aside their

financial strength, give Bank Gaurantee whenever our
Need Cash to Run a Print Shop
We learn that the Eau Gallic Rec- clients demand it. mail
Enquiries by promptly an-
WARING' REAL ESTATE COMPANYR. ord has again suspended. In this
day and time it has come to pass that swered.
the printer has got to have some real

D. WARING, Manager money to successfully conduct a pa- HENRY BENEDICT PresidentOffice
per even in a small town. The man ,
who tries it will also find there is
Rooms and 6 Watkins Block Phone No. 6311115tf
I some other work to it besides writ-
; ing up a few notes and taking in the over Peoples National Bank. Phone 570
t money by the double handfuls.I .-
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Y FEWEST NOTES OF" SCIENCE In a'South African mine 160( horsepower latter does not touch the ground.For righted exclude insects and dust. I I II manufacturers. In preparation for action as well as you do, Skowitz," !

is developed from the fall of riding on water there has been In a costly watch that has been I his trip he visited virtually eVery replied' the great little general, "ahd {'I

Dry" flour applied with a' piece of water piped rote the workings for invented a tricycle with hollow, water made for exhibition purposes thereis large American manufacturing plant if it were not absolutely imperative 'I
wheel that makes revolutionbut and estimated the machine tool man- to wait you know we should alreadybe
newspaper will cleanse tin. various purposes tight wheels, the rear pair being provided I a a I
Pneumatic boxing gloves have been A system has been developed with blades for propulsion.A once in four years, operating a ufacturing companies alone have many miles from here. I must I

invented by a' Philadelphia sporting whereby wireless messages may be A ice that enables a man to dial that shows the years, months I from $10,000,000 to $15,000,000 in wait, Skowitz. Come what may, I ,

aaan. received in safety at all times, even climb a steel cable to which it is attached and days.A I I new orders from European countries.One can't give the order to march now." 1

Spain contains more than eleven during thunder storms. I by turning bicycle pedals has German electrical society offersa big plant he said has enough "Then we are doomed!" cried the

and a half million acres of unpro- An Indiana inventor's life preserver been patented by a California in- I gold medal annually for the best I work to keep it in full operation 24 I II field marshal."I J

acti' land.A consists of two spherical bags, to be ventor. I| device o rprocess produced in the I hours a day for the next two vears. I II can't help it," returned Napo- !

motor driven machine has been inflated and fastened to a person witha Efforts are being made in China I world for safeguarding life or limbor Several concerns already are prepar-I leon doggedly. "The Franko Movie I

invented that polishes a cuspidor in belt. to improve the native tobacco by !i promoting health in the lectrical I ing to increase their facilities. Corporation has offered me two mil- I

half a minute.A A hydraulic brake for automobilesthat planting seed from the United States i j industry.For I The first country among the belligerents lion francs for a preliminary rehearsal t

woman is the patentee of a clip has been invented in England and teaching better methods of cul 1 use in darkened theatres and in I to- seek the American machine of the battle, and their man is an
cconnetion with advertisements there i tool supply was Russia, which hour overdue. But he must arrive
to fasten a rubber stamp to any pen- operates on all four wheels of a car tivation.
has bee 1 has ordered lathes and machines of soon. I'll wait fifteen more minutes.
cil or penholder.A at the same time. : Flanged jaws of a new anchor for I npatented a l. I
French inventor's collapsible boat By turning the shade on a new guy wires are spread after it is carrying a clock face and mech- all kinds. Russia's demand has been i iI It proved fifteen minutes too long,

can be folded and carried within an electric light fixture four degrees of planted in the ground by turning the anism for projecting the time on a growing steadily, presumably because i 1 as any student of history and the bat-
wall. the had excluded that country tle of Waterloo knows. Not only did
between screen or war
shank to draw wedge -
so as
ordinary suit case. illumination can be obtained or it can up I
Although the eggs of various spe- I be extinguished.To I I them.A A clockwork attachment for cam- I from her usual source of supply in I I Napoleon lose the deciding battle of
and France the war, but the world was deprived
England now
the oras, small enough to be carried in Germany.
cies of birds differ shape yolks new attachment for typewritersis
keep the base lines balk I ; have joined in seeking American tools of the most sensational moving picture -
always are spherical. a circular eraser which can be the pocket, to give a photographer
rains I
grounds dry when it a i and it is indicated ever planned.
present supply can
he is
time to in picture
live the moved wherever needed and to which enough get a
Pines believed to long- ,
sylvanian has patented a canvas cover I r
the demand. Problems of
I not meet
before the shutter,
of al Itrees having attainedmore can be appl ed with a fric- taking it snaps
est some rolled for removal. i pressure
easily i
still have to be met but the :
has been invented. delivery ; ,
tion device. FROM RICHMOND, VA. 'I
than 700 years. Explorations' within recent years 'I While "a steel tube is stronger and i business is of the most valuable! type''':
. Norway has 144 tree planting so- have indicated that China has coal ) For use on shallow streams a new
rigid than bar of the same since orders are as a rule accompanied -: Doctor M.:: F. Rainshaw and wife I
. cieties which since 1900 have set out fields containing more fuel than alll French boat that is driven by an more material of equal a weight, a French i by cash. and Prof. C. J. Cope and wife who '
more than 26,000,000 trees. the rest of the world combined. aerial propeller can carry 25 persons
I all the from Richmond
scientist has demonstrated that a tubeis > In reaching his calculation on the 1 came way ,
'." It is estimated that if the oceans A recently patented stairway for I and two tons of freight on a draft of more flexible than a bar of the estimated grand total, Mr. Pratt took I i Va., to Orlando ,via the "Ford route,"
evaporated they would yield about reaching seldom used portions of I but ten inches.A .
same exterior dimensions. : into consideration the enormous increase :: after spending a day and a night in
+. 4,500,000 cubic miles of salt. buildings folds into a ceiling and is carrier for fire wood has been in European bound food sup- the city, continued their journey
. A griddle hinged in the center has hidden by a panel when not in use. invented that consists of two loops I plies noted in September and Octo- : southward to the gulf, but like most

. been invented that may be turned Unbreakable telephone mouthpiecesand i of wire, hinged together and so ONE YEAR OF EUROPEAN WAR ber. Details of the November foreign 'people who do this same trick they

'I" over to bake a cake on both sides. receivers are being made of steel, :formed that their free ends come to- WILL ADD $300,000,000; TO i commerce were not available beyond : have returned to Orlando and say

Under normal conditions the industries around which the rubber insulationis gether to form a handle.A FOREIGN COMMERCE OF :i the estimate that a trade balance in I "this is good enough for us."

of Germany consume.about one forced under high pressure. machine has been perfected UNITED STATES I favor of the United States was approximately -! The doctor and the professor have

billion pounds of cotton a year. I In a British arsenal there has been which will copy to the smallest detail 70000000. Department purchased forty acres of land near

irons there installed a scale that will weigh guns in of stone fastened un- Washington, Dec. 5-That one year
For heating soldering a piece I I officials are aware however, the increase Winter Home and will have an orange
has been patented a bracket to hold I up to 100 tons with a possible error I der its cuttings tools a statue car- 'of the war in Europe will add $500- I. in food shipments has contin- grove set out and will maintain a

them in the flame of a gasoline torch. of less than seven pounds. ried under guilding fingers. 000,000 to the foreign commerce of ued and that manufactured articlesare winter residence in Orlando.

Tests have shown that properly filtered I A novel electrical window ventilator I Much more- efficient than metal the United States is the estimate of beginning to move across the At- Last evening in their "gopher," as

oil may be used indefinitely i can be used to either heart or I II mirrors and almost as durable is anew Edward E. Pratt, chief of the bureauof lantic in considerable volume. i they are pleased to designate their

without losing its lubricating quali I I cool the air of a room by inserting a 1:j English one for military pur- foreign and domestic commerce.Mr. I vehicle, they started for a tour of the
heating element or a block of ice. I poses which is made of glass in whichI Pratt has just completed a studyof East Coast and will return to Or-
Swiss surgeons have inventedan I A new safety razor shaving cutfit, i I wire netting is imbedded. the reports of American consuls I lando in time for Christmas dinner.W. .

easily used drug which stops the I including soap and brush, is contained J. Not only trackless and trolleyless i and commercial representatives

flow of blood from wounds almost in- I in a case less than half an but also stepless are new double abroad, of agents of his bureau in Before the Battle
K. Curry, Orlando's big cigar
stantly. I inch thick for carrying in the pocket.. decked motor omnibuses designed for this country and of the new orders With his arms crossed in his favor-
manufacturer, who was at one time <
Much of the exterior of a new gas Many of the largest Japanese warships use in an eastern city along lines of for American manufactures and pro- ite attitude, Napoleon stood moodilyon
I of the Punta Gorda cigar
range is enameled in white so that it I have been equipped with wireless those used in Paris. ducts reported in commercial period- the battlefield.
factory, spent Thanksgiving week
can be kept in a more sanitary con- telephones which operate suc- Two curved bands of metal, held icals. Field Marshal Skowitz approached
with his parents at Harbor View.
dition. cessfully for distances up to 100 together by spring s and providedwith If the ratio of increase recorded respectfully but with subdued excite-
Many friends here greeted him gladly
Aided by the home government, miles.A spurs to prevent them slipping, since August, when the war began, is I ment. (See Scarborough Snegg's
I and were rejoiced to know that he
satisfactory progress is being madein woman is the inventor of a stiff form a new device to be placed maintained until next August, he estimates "Great Military Geniuses' Methodsof J
in Orlando and
has done splendidly is
the cultivation of cotton in Ger- I sprint for use as a curtain rod, with around a broom when it becomes soft. new orders placed on the Approach.") :
highly appreciated by the people
man East Africa.A the advantage that it adjusts itself to French army officers have solved books of American firms will total 1 "Nap," he said, "ain't you goin' to
that city.-Punta Gorda Herald.
new saucer for iced drink tum- a window frame of any width. the problem of traveling over desert half a billion dollars. I march on? Now's the golden oppor-

blers is fitted with ridges to hold' a Made of a non-absorbent material sands with a silght sledge, driven by As specific data upon which to base I tunity. Every minute lost is a min- j

tumbler out of the liquid which accumulates which does not cling to the body a an aerial propeller, which makes fair his estimates, Mr. Pratt has the re- '! ute lost. March on, that's the dope. Thieves are reported to be very

in it. new bathing suit is equipped with an I speed and climbs grades easily. port of J. Massel, special commercial': For the love of Maginnis, what are active in many West Florida towns. ;

A lunch pail with a lamp in the air pocket to increase its buoyancy.The I The opening in the top of a newt agent now en route to South America :! you waiting for?" (See Anatole

bottom by which the contents can be tread of a new English automobile i sugar bowl opens automatically as to study the machine tool market Skimp's "Language of Encamp- The Florida Federation of Labor

heated has been patented by a Penn- tire is made of small pieces of Ithe bowl is tilted to permit sugar to there and prepare a review of South ments.") will hold its annual convention at

sylvania inventor. J steel, so set into the rubber that the !I flow out and closes as the device is American needs for use of American "I realize the importance of quick Sanford beginning January 12th.

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FOR CHRISTMAS linings. Unfortunately, however, the HOMER McKEE'S PRAYER League is doing good work for 'this A large majority of the people of The Atlantic. Coast Line railroad
PRESENTS I"delightful odor loses strength and one state. Lloyd Tenny and C. S. Hos-:South Florida have come to the conclusion during the fiscal year ending June 34 f!
would probably have to rip rows of Teach me that sixty minutes make kins are a good team where trans- I that the Inland Waterways last, report for which has just been i
Flowered ribbons can be fashionedinto I shirring, etc., in the pretty liningsin one hour, sixtene ounces one pound, portation matters are involved. They I through this state should use the made, put into service in Florida I
the prettiest imaginable little order to renew the supply.A and one hundred cents one dollar. have secured more attractive rates I St. Johns river instead of the East much new tracking and double i
bags for crocheting or fancy work of I very practical sachet box recently Help me to live so that I can lie and rail connections to points in Can- Coast canal, and so thoroughly have tracked its lines for many miles. The ;
any kind. They can be made into seen at a bazaar entirely overcame down at night with a clear conscience, ada and also have secured a better I they become imbued with this idea report covers the activity of the road i
bags of all sizes and kinds and may this difficulty. The shirred silk lining without a gun under my pillow, and understanding and working basis be- I that they will meet in Palatka board Ii for the year and is a comprehensivedigest
be used for keeping dust cloths hid- contained narrow but deep pockets unhaunted -by the faces of those to tween the railroads and the shippers.This i of trade room at 2 p. m. of the work of improvement
den and yet accesible. Handkerchiefbags about the edge, one on each of the whom I have brought pain. work is not yet completed by any December 21, to discuss\Ionday'l of the s"stem.-Sanford HerW.'. t
are always acceptable. : four sides, into which the sachets of Grant, I beseech Thee, that I may means. They have other matters in i means for furthering the !
I white ;muslin were slipped. They earn my meal ticket on the square, hand, all of which are intended to j river route. The meeting will be well And let's also be thankful that the
Nothing will give a little maiden I could readily be removed at will and and in doing thereof that I may not better the condition of Florida grow- attended by the members of the com- I cheer-uppers have the croakers on
more pleasure than her own special ;as the little bags were of such ordinary stick the gaff where it does not be- ers and shippers of Florida products. mercial bodies from Jacksonville the run.
sewing implements A silver thim- I, materials one would feel no regret long. -Tampa Times. south and especialy by the cities
ble, with its beautiful initials; a tiny : in throwing them away, as some- Deafen me to the jingle of tainted along the St. Johns river and terri- I There's only one sure recipe for
work basket carefuly equipped; a ,'times occurs with their more elaborate money and the rustle of unholy Lumber Business Out of Tampa Is tory contiguous.-Sanford Herald. I II success-keep on plugging away.
corner of the sewing room for her i, satin and embroidered sisters. skirts. IncreasingOver I
own use-added to the consciousnessof To insure even a more lasting per- Blind me to the faults of the other 37,000,000 feet of pine lumber !
"helping mother"-are the things I fume to the box the one in question fellow, but reveal to me mine own. has been shipped from this port for
that a willing child needs to make her was made from one of those delightful Guide me so that each night whenI the first eleven! months of 1914. Thisis I
turn eagerly to an otherwise detested .I sweet grass baskets. look across the dinner table at my an increase of 3,000,000 feet over I % !!!
task. wife, who has been a blessing to me, last year's record and is better than I : _
-0A LETTERS TO TilE SENTINEL I will have nothing to conceal. the record for the entire twelve .

hairpin: case of linen made in en- P. O. Box 681, Keep me young enough to laugh months of 1913. Cypress exports I
velope or pocket shape is a little trav- Orlando, Fla., Dec. -1, 1914. with my children and to lose myselfin show a slight decline. I II
eling accesosry that can be quickly The Editor of The Sentinel: their play. I The demand for lumber is not I .
made and will be found very conven- Dear Sir:-There appeared in this And when comes the smell of flow- !I slackenening and with the orders .
ient and an appropriate gift.A morning's issue of The Sentinel an ers, and the tread of soft steps, and which are being booked for December I .ts"{
small piece of either blue' or pink article endorsing the division of Flor- the crushing of the hearse's wheelsin I delivery the prospects are for a tremendous -I
linen shold be sed. uFold up end ofa ida into two states. the gravel out in front of my place j year in the lumber trade.
strip of linen about five inches and This is nonsense. Should we inflict make the ceremony short and the epi- Three schooners are booked to make I
buttonhole the two thickneses of the upon an already overburdened peoplethe taph simple: "Here Lies a Man. this port to take lumber this month, ; I
linen together. Fold the other pieceof necessity of being taxed to sup- and the Sawyer Brothers is taking a
linen over the pocket as a flap and port another government, in additionto I STATE NEWS load now.-Tampa Tribune. I
buttonhole the edge. war taxes and other taxes? -
Divide the envelope into sections No, no; this suggestion cones from I -0Scandinavians QUARANTINE WILL UK RAISED :; 44aa
by rows of feather stitching. This the insatiable avarice of the old in Miami are organ- IN THE WEST c
little linen hairpin envelope can be school of politicians, who think onlyof izing a society for their mutual benefit '
readily laundered when soiled. offices and care little as to what io I Encouraging News for Farmers Issued
The initials of the owner should be burdens they lay upon the people. ]I by Government-Chicago 'i iA ,
embroidered on the flap of the envel- Thank God there are but few of such The estate left by the late Captain I Ready for Large Receipts I'I
ope with white mercerized cotton, left.Florida I Thomas B. Wells totalled nearly one 1
which should also be used for the is not sufficiently rich in million dollars, according to his willas I Chicago, Dec. Quarantine be-I!

scalloping.A minerals to permit of its being bur- filed for probate in Pensacola. I cause of cattle foot and mouth dis-i
scrap of linen left from a dress dened with the necessity of support- -0-- eases will be raised from much of the 44trir
could be utilized in this way. ing another government and such a I
A company of the National Guardof territory in the Middle West soon, itI
-0A -- nonsensical suggestion has no placein
said f \
Florida has been organized in Lake- was tonight.Dr.
toast doily is a very nice addi- the economics of this government. .
S. E. Bennett,
land with \Vm. Steitz captain, and it chief of federal
tion to the tea table. It is a 11-inch Rather let us centralize the ""V-
I inspectors at the stock
will soon be mustered in. yards here, ;,
square, with scalloped edges and em- I ernment of the state by placing the --0-- said an important increase in livestock
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broidered corners. The four corners capital in the central part of Florida. receipts here will follow I
The Baptist state convention will an order
are folded so that they come together I There could be no better place than Washington
assemble Pensacola on Wednesday,
End the toast is Orlando.
placed inside this
December 9th, and will continue for quarantine a portion of the Chi- j
rover, where it will 'I.! Yours
keep warm. respectfully, three or four days. cago yards, so that increased ship- .
This doily can be used for rolls, I H. W. FILLMAN.No -- ments may be received. |II
eggs, potatoes, etc. A toast doily I
Clayton, the little five-year-old son I
with a dozen tea napkins embroideredto I matter how hot the brightening of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard T. Knott, of Fattening the order books means j
match would make a very lovely business shine, it will
may carry no Elgin, IlL, was drowned at San Car- more names on the pay roll, and we
gift for a bride.Handkerchief. I sunstrokes. los, on Santa Rosa sound, when he can stand a lot of both without kick-j j I -i
-0- fell overboard from a small wharf.0 ing. I / \
boxes are lovely when I Don't see how either side can starve I

they have a liberal amount of your i the other ot as long as we have uso Doing Good Work for Florida Universal preference for a Christ Marcuent. Snow u ZuJor. in TKuLonMr. C ...... PkotopU/;
favorite sachet padded into their silk 1 much grub to for cash. '
swap The Florida Growers' and Shippers' mas gift-peace on earth. AT TIlE LUCERNE MONDAY

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Motors that go, etc. able $2 and up, Pianos 25c to $10 Teddy Bears that growl $1.50 I

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Negro Dolls 60c to $2.25est Dogs that bark 25c tCelluloid
toy on earth 50c to $10 .

BabiesBaby lOc to $1.00

Blossom $1.00 _.


Campbell Kids 50c to $1.00
., Doll Carts, 35c to $35

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Irish Mail I Velocipedes 1 Shoo Flys
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Dressed Dolls lOc to $15.00 and Hobby Horses.
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Florida Has No Committee Yet )Ir. Campbell and Family Come Supreme Court Opinion Sustains the i GRANDTOMORROW
C Colonial l Hill
-Other States Get Their Long Distance by Auto- Judgment of Lower Court-

; Lists-Plan Soon to mobile-May Locate Twenty Thousand Dollars I
Here Now Due
Be in Operation

Mr. Wm. E. Campbell toured all Tallahassee Fla., Dec. -.-The su-
Washington, Dec. 4.-The last important -
the way from Detroit Michigan, to preme court filed opinions Tuesday in '
in the step preliminary to the actual -
a iigh-class development cot- Orlando, with the view of locating in the several cases brought for the
opening of the $135,000,000
of the city. Isaly state by the attorney general against ,
r prettiest ton loan fund was taken today by the a southern climate. '
several insurance companies doing :
blocks north east. I cotton loan committee when it com- "Of all the cities that I passed
nine business in the state affirming the
pleted the state commitees in eleven through," said Mr. Campbell, "I am : '
Sidewalks all the way. Has of the Southern States. These com- more impressed with the prospects of judgment of the lower court. I "When youth-Meets Youth/
These suits were brought to en-
mittees will select local committees at a bright future for Orlando than any
several'! new houses under con- force collection of the 2 per cent I ,
once in the cotton producing commu- other that I have seen.
gross receipts tax imposed upon insurance I
struction. Has water, gas and nities. Mr. Campbell is accompanied by
companies doing business in A Kleine feature in
George special complete
The cotton loan committee an- his wife and little daughter and they I
electricity. Is in the highest nounced tonight that a meeting of the are stopping at the Empire hotel Florida,, two parts.
The result of these decisions will
28 feet chairmen of the state committees while Mr. Campbell looks over Orlando -
oint in the city, being be that the state will collect' the I
wolud be held here December 15 to from a business standpoint. He is
amount of tax now due by these companies j
igher than the business sec discuss details of the cotton loan in the plumbing business in Detroit
amounting to approximately ,
plan. and may possibly locate in Orlando.
tion. $20,000, and 2 per cent. or the gross ,
The committee for Florida was not
receipts from policy holders in the I
in statement, and it "SAVE-A-BABY" CLUB
given tonight's i
was said a committee may later be state each year hereafter. "'

named for Missouri since the south- The editor is calling attention to These cases, with the case againstthe "The Fire Chief i Reward/
Pullman recently de-
eastern part of that state produces the letter published in today's Sentinel company ,
cided by the court of the
C Colollial l Hill ottcon. received by John T. Dale from supreme I
United States finally establish the
Although the plans for putting the Marcus C. Fagg state superintendentof principle that a tax of this character A Kalem comedy. Another splendid picturewill
fund into the hands of cotton pro- the Children's Home Society of
ducers have gone steadily forward it Florida with headquarters at Jack- may be collected from corporationsof complete the bill.
this kind.
was indicated tonight that possiblya sonville. The letter is one which
The state's interest in the cases
large part of the $100,000,000 con- should have its appeal to every cit-
was looked after by Attorney GeneralT.
tributed by Northern banks might izen. The advisability of organizinga
is the market. Prices rang- .
on F. West, and the defendant com-
never be used. Save-a-Baby Club in Orlando has
panies were represented by lion. J.
ing from $350.00 to $600.00 per been advocated through the columnsof
W. Dodge of Jacksonvil1e.
TALES OF SUFFERING IN THE The Sentinel before. Mr. Dale's reply HEAR

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further information see received. The attention of all womenin .III..CIIIII.IO.

Deserters Declare Germans Are Dy- the community, as well as the men, % "THAT ORCHESTRA

ing Like Flies of Cold, Dis- is 1wted to Mr. Dale's letter. ;
ease and Famine McCULLOCH'SDepartment

J o0ji T. ,.ale has received the following The Best of its Size in the South.

London Dec. 5.-A correspondentof letter from Jacksonville from ,

the Chronicle, writing from the the headquarters of the Children's I

CARL DANN Belgian frontier gives an account of Home Society of Florida: Store I

the want suffering and disease in the November 23, 1914.

country as told by fugitives and de- Mr. John T. Dale, Orlando, Fla.

serters from the German army. He Dear :Mr. Dale-This is not an ap-
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"The German army on the Belgiansea desire to ask a favor of you, which China and ;

---- coast is feeling very; acutely the if you grant it, will mean a whole lot

Good ThingsTo effects of the winter weather disease to our society. Glassware I
and the shortage of food. Practically You may have heard of our plan to t

no winter quarters have been provided organize a "Save a Baby Club" in

Eat for the troops who are now exposed every city, town and hamlet in Flor- Cooking i FOR PARAMOUNT NEWS SEE SPECIAL
to the rigors of a Flanders ida. Each club will make an effort to

winter. secure the equivalent of ten cents per Utensils

"They say that the flooding of I white population of each town (a i ADVERTISEMENT. I

Flanders by the Belgians, while it I town having 300 white people would
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Strawberry Jam checked the German advance, also raise $30 for us, etc.), and each club

had disastrous effect on the health of I I would get up a box or barrel of chil specials. -
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Raspberry and Currant Jam matism and typhus fever have at- I shoes staple provisions preserves 128 S. Orange AvenueSANDBOTwo I III

tacked the wounded soldiers of the etc. A silver 'loving cup donated to
White Cherries Kaiser's army and the death roll in :I us by Greenleaf & Crosby Co., of I I I I I I 1 I I I I I III 1 I I I ..t THE OLD RELIA LEDANN'S

Red Cherries Flanders has been very heavy. Jacksonville, will be presented to the

"But the German soldiers' worst town securing the largest amount of TRANSFERDr.

Red Raspberries and most feared enemy they say, is money in proportion to its population.Now .

famine. Supplies of all kinds haverun ,-what we want YOU to do for
Peaches I short and it has been found impossible B. D. WIENENGA, Prop.
us, is to organize a "Save a Baby Compression Starter ..
Pears adequately to feed the armiesnow Club" in your city during the first

holding the line in front of the three weeks in December or else if
Comb ; MADE FSPECIALLY FOR FORD$ Livery Draying and HaulingWE
Honey allies. Belgium itself has been it is impossible for you to do it for i ,

Clear Honey in Bottles skinned bare and the wretched inhabitants us, to get some one, or some club or ,
have been relieved of everything lodge or church, to do it. It may takea Will Start Any

Halibut and Cod Fish in the nature of foodstuffs. little of your time to get one started Can be Cranked GUARANTEE GOOD SERVICE

"Ostend is absolutely empty of food but just think of how many little
supplies of all kinds and were it not homeless children may be cared for One sharp pull from the

for the efforts of the .' uerican relief by your kindness.I seat turns the engine ovei '

remittee whose forwarding centeris am sending some sample' literature two compressions. AUTO, AUTO BUS AND TRUCK

CARUTHERS & GORE at Rotterdam, Ostend citizens telling how to start a club, etc.,

would have been starved long ago. and will supply you or your club with l "QUEER SHAPED WHEEL' -Country Driving for Eight or Ten Solicited
"Bruges, which is filled with the
all need.
you may Does It.
New Modern Grocery German wounded and diseased is ian Now, please do not lay this aside,
equally desperate plight. A Belgian -
for the in
you are only person your See the Sandbo
who escaped across the frontier that have
city we asked to do this,
Phone 200 into Holland a few days ago told me I and if you tail us there will be no 'Phone 257. Orlando, Florida

that the Germans were like a cloud of club in your city, and our society will l FORD GARAGE I

6 and 8 East Pine St. locusts having eaten up everythinin I lose a great deal' in every way. :
Belgium. The railways have up 1 to I Please let me know as soon as pos -
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now been used chiefly for the trans- sible what you will do for us. Hoping :.__i"I --
fer of fresh troops and ammunition I to have '
your co-operation in this
ORLANDO for the heavy artillery with which ]' plan for the saving of Florida's little \ I

the Germans were attempting to batter ones I am,

their way through to the Straitsof Very sincerely yours, Do 'not about 'I

PLUMBING CO Dover. MARCUS C. F FAGG worry your ,
Counted on Plenty State Superintendent.In .
"Once over the frontier into the this letter .
reply to Mr. Dale
rich lad of France the Germans had wrote the letter
following :
16 WEST PINE STREET reckoned on coming into a countryof December 3, 1914.

PHONE 122 plenty and calculated on being ableto Mr. Marcus C. Fagg, Jacksonville and
feed their famished armies on the Fla. Plumbing Sewering

-- food of the inhabitants and the
cap- Dear Mr.
My Fagg:-Your favor of ,
tured supplies of their defeated en November 23rd
Best Plumbing at Lowest was duly received and
emy. I have purposely refrained from writ- 1
Prices 'A number of fugitives who con-
ing you on this very important question -

W"e not in the combine.SLAUTElt.S trived to evade the military cordon I "Save the Baby Club" in the We will do it for and when j
are say that every available train is be- hope that I might have something you you pay you
latest inventions usedon ing utilized to of foodto I
hurry supplies definite to state to the subject but
all first.classPlumbing the front. Fresh readyCall
troops are com- I can not refrain from acknowledging get
ing up to replace the killed wounded j
ConstructionReal receipt of your letter any longer, notwithstanding -
and diseased.
the fact that I have not
"One Belgian assured me that the I
as yet been able to accomplish any-
Germans were dying like flies as they thing definite.

Estate Bought had practicalyl no shelter from thebiting' I really have not the time to giveto
weather in addition to being I this matter that attention and con- on F. JOSEPH RAE1 PLUMBING and HfATING CO.

and Sold.City compelled to fight without rations." sideration which it justly deserves

Albert Weckler who has charge of and I am of the opinion that this is

$100 $1.00 cash installing the clock in the new court an enterprise peculiarly adapted to
Building Lots ;
Cor. Graves and Irvin Streets
and $1.00 per week buys a Lot house building began work last- our good ladies so I am putting a ;
Thursday. He tells us that he hopesto notice in The Sentinel in the hope of

RENTS COLLECTED.Notary have the clock in shape and running being able to get the good ladies of

Work Promptly and Neatly by the last of the week, Workon this community interested in this very ORLANDO
Done. i i1 id
the court house walks is progress- question but whether we are
able to form a club or not, I shall be
ing rapidly and it will be only a short
N.P.HATCHERORLANDO time before everything will be com- sure to contribute what I can to the i

,FLORIDA pleted.Madison Enterprise-Record- organization and will endeavor to pet & w- mo.ni5C ,
as to do
ere many more so as possible. .
Office at Pinehurst ParkP. Very sincerely yours, in the inter- I

O. Box 281 Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand's est of all humanity, ,

PIlOn 40i 10-S-lm : Coal Yard phone 566. 9-31-tf JOHN T. DALE. I j '., -



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a l South MORNING Florida THE AND DAILY WEEKLY Sentinel I I I (@rlau n nrirty I For SaleBeautiful I\ 1

W. M. GLENN ...................__.Editor i I
W. C. ESSIM.TOV .....Buuneu Manager -Edited By Miss Eliza Wright I
Lake Front Lot,
f Entered&:;. ;t the postolhce;; -at Orlando.;: Florid Office telephone No. 179. Residence telephone No. 254 J
: *. aa Second Clasa Mail Matter._ 66x200. Owner needs the mon- OUR ANNUAL

E SUBSCRIPTION RATES and will sacrifice for only
r Daily. 1 Year 5.00 WEEKLY SOCIAL CALENDAR !a. paper on "Queen Elizabeth." And ey t
r Daily. 6 Month* .. 2-50 I Mrs. A. B. Whitman talked on the $1200. I
,l Daily.Daily. 1 3 Month Months..80 Dec. 6th-12th. I.""Life of Daniel Boone. About twen-

t. "erklj. Year :::::-..eo no..eo. ia.00ALL Sunday !j :ty-five members were in attendance CHRISTMAS S [

I SUBSCRIPTIONS: PAYABLE IN Usual services in all the churches. | :several being visiting Daughters from Fine large Lot just off Lake !
ADVANCETO 3 P. \ .-Elks' memorial services I'Northern states Lucerne Circle size 75x155.
ADVERTI.SERS: Grand theatre.
6:15 P. \!.-Triangle Society meeting, Meeting TuesdayThe Fine view of the lake. Owner
Copy for cnspla-d all other handactadtertuintf ladies of the Concord Park
must be handeo. in at the busint Methodist church. non-resident and will sacrificeat
r office .f the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m. Monday I IIrs. Improvement Club will hold a meet- OF
the UT before publication. ThU role applies :\ J. M. Cheney and Mrs. Joe Cheney -i ing at the Rest House Tuesday, December only $1600.A .
to chance: for contract advertising:: it U home."
Invariable: and will be atriclly adhered to.S "at I 8th, at 2:30 p. m. Special
r class, St.
3 P.M.-Mission Study
i DKren (tfcsirmK The Sentinel discontinued Luke's Cathedral. business all members are requestedto
thould notify the otherwise office in writing it will on be Tuesday attend. Mrs. Elsie Worthley sec- Fine Little Home with an and
r the date of e: T>'ration.
.r eoatiaued &t the regular subscription rates 3 P. M.Sorosis Club; current events. retary. income. Six acres. Three

,t Telcphc until n ice! Numb to stop r .is...received................... M Junior Louis Dolive Matrons hostess.Card Club; Mrs. "National Bazaar"The acres of it in bearing fruit. Five
Club Mrs. Geo. "National Bazaar" held by the
"No Name" Card ;
DECEMBER 6, 1914. room bungalow. On proposed
{i SUNDAY_ McCullough, hostess. Methodist ladies at the old postotlice
8F.il.-Centa :Medio Dancing Club; I building closed last night after a most brick highway, near city. Price RbbomTOMDRRDVJ
F A MENACE Mr. Lester Beeman host.
r $3850.
Presbyterian successful three days sale. The room now
Club rehearsal -
T, "A hungry tramp should be fed."- Mendelssohn I
t lecture r'f'lm.Wt'dnt'sday. had been so decorated and beautified -
Mayor Sperry. that no one could recognize the place.As I i
t A is derelict. lie is a par- League,
tramp 10 A.1\I.-Equal Suffrage
entered the
lobby the Christ-
asite on society. The majority of Unity Chapel. you Cooper Atha
mas booth was on the right. The
Circle recer.t biogra-
hoboes, "'VearyVillies, 3 P. M.-Unity ;
tramps phy. Star of the East formed the roof, and
t "Knights of the Road," and bums area Pollyana Club; Mrs. Harry L. Bee- it reminded us of a "sure, 'nough" 114 South Orange Ave. Ground Floor T

menace. They are looking for an man. Christmas, snow covered tinsel and Phone No. 311
life. They are lazy, loafers and ThursdayU.
r easy not work D. C. meeting. toys galore. Mrs. S. S. Griffin chair-I
time killers. They can ;
l 8P.M.-Rosalind Club; "gentleman's man.
f. they can not be depended upon; they evening." (Continued on page 12)) Subscribe for The Daily Sentinel.
t steal; they beg; they are unworthy. Friday
Once they had an opportunity to 3 P. .-Nullos Club; Mrs. Sylvan
f McElroy, hostess.St. I IS THE LAST nAY I
violated the rights -
make they
good; Cecelia's Guild, Episcopal Chap-
thrust upon them; they became souredon ter House. II I
society government and the prin- Notice
t ciples for which men fought and died. Mendelssohn Club Choral members II

It is true that some tramps are not please meet promptly at 2:30 at I

as bad as others. But the class is of the Presbyterian lecture room to prepare I Everything in SilksEverything
such an odious nature that a discrim- for the Elk's memorial service, I

ination can not be drawn betweenthe this afternoon. 1 in Ribbons

good and the bad, the deservingand Grandson I

the undeserving. Judge and Mrs. John M. Cheney I Modern Dwelling POSITIVELYREDUCED

Florida is having her share of this received word yesterday afternoon of I

J class. The economic conditions of the arrival of a grandson, John Cheney : !
the United States at the present time Ellerbe at the home of Mr. and I!
have been responsible for the great Mrs. Douglas R. Ellerbe, of Sanford. j i
number of unemployed men. Thou- Mendelssohn Club I I I HERE'S A SPECIAL .

sands have bene thrown out of work. Probably few residents of Orlando j Located at No. 6 E. Jackson street near High School
36 Inch Colored Silk F.Iessnlines\
Naturally they would drift with thou- ; our
realize that we have as an integral
sands of others to a warm climate part of our local 'social life one of.I I j building. The lot is 43x75, and the house, which is new Sl.CO quality
"where heavy clothing is not needed. if not the foremost high class mu- I for 69

Consequently Florida is overrun with sical organizations in the South the and modern contains large living room, dining room, cents
tramps and hoboes from one end to Mendelssohn Club. Few clubs in any ,

the other. city have the temerity to undertakeand kitchen four bed rooms, bath, and front and rear vera HERE'S A SPECIAL! !
Orlando is getting more than her
produce so creditably a II
share. Being in a highly prosperous work as the "Mikado" given by the das. The location is in pleasant neighborhood and you 40 inch AH Pure Silk Crepe de Chine

condition as compared with other club last season, or S. Coleridge Tay- Black and Colors. Our $1.50 r
Florida cities, these tramps have invaded 'lor's "Death of Minnehaha. This are only ONE BLOCK from business center. This prop-
this city. There has been much season the first concert will be another -I quality

petty stealing going on; things have part of this same composition erty is listed with me exclusively and the price is mod- for $1.15
been missed from back porches; "
"Hiawatha's Wedding Feast, which
housewives are frightened to death for magnificence surpasses the former I erate. Cash or terms. I I.I

with ugly looking characters at the work the peculiarly melodious com- HERE'S A SPECIAL !
back door. binations of tones forming a melody j:
The Sentinel came out with a state- that is both wierd and beautiful. The .I I) inch All! Pure Silk Cliarmeuse Clack I
ment several days ago that all tramps :Mendelssohn Club makes a pre-season I
should be penalized sufficiently to appearance this afternoon, with itsI I I and Colors. Our regular $2.00 quality I,

cause them to stay clear of Orlando full strength of seventy voices at the S.Y.WAYInsurance for $1.49RIBBONS
and make a detour. Elks' memorial service at the Grand i
The Sentinel does not agree with singing ""Watchman What of the I
Mayor Sperry when he states that a Night?" and "The Death of Minne I
hungry tramp should be fed. haha.. and Real Estate Agent i t

D. A. R.'s With Mrs. O'Neal

n COMMITTEE FOR FLORIDACotton Revolution The Daughters met in a of most the interesting American ,, PHONE 172 Lot 1

session with lIrs.Vm.. O'Neal on 100 bolts worth 30c., 35c. yd
Saturday afternoon. The meeting
Loan Committee Has
opened with the members repeatingthe
Announced Personnel of Sale 17 cents
Lord's Prayer in concert, then.
the Florida State singing "America" and ""Columbia

CommitteeWashington the Gem of the Ocean." Mrs. O'Neal Lot 2

and Miss O'Neal gave a delightful

Dec. 5. The cotton piano duet. Mrs. S. A. Robinson read ..... -J: 100 bolts worth 40c., 45c. yd
loan committee announced that the II I
conference here with chairmen of .
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state committees will be held Decem- I

ber 14, instead of December 15, as i

previously. P. G. announced.W. Harding, chairman. of the Gifts That EndureThe i Lot 3 '

committee, announced tonight that i
100 bolts worth
I iI up to $1.00
telegrams from chairmen of state

committees indicate general interestin
Sale 59
the loan fund and large numbersof I cents

applications for loans.It .
was believed in some quarters very air is now becoming charged with the l
here tonight that applications for of for Christmas will be here.
loans would total possibly $20,000,000' spirit giving, soon SATURDAY AND MONDAY
by January 1. It became known tonight 'I

that many applications have The choice and preferred gift is the one which endures, I 10 lb. Snowdrift Lard --------___ 90c
been made which hitherto were unre-
ported to Washington. It was said because it suggests the continuity of love and friendship, 24 lbs. Pillsbury Flour -_________ 90 C
Oklahoma alone has asked for about
Maine Potatoes, peck ______ 25c .
$1,000,000 and there are indicationsthat ----
Texas want several mil- Such a gift is a watch or piece ofgiewelry.:
lions. Extra Fine Cranberries, quart __. 10c

The Florida state committee was You will find'at our store everything that would];; distin- Snowdrift Corn, doz. cans ______ 1.25Van

named today as follows: guish a first-class jewelry store-gifts of rare value for the lavish
Giles W. Wilson chairman, Jack- Camp's Peas dozen cans ___1.25
sonville; J. T. Dismukes, St. Augus- spender, and an almost unlimited choice of less expensive, but

tine; J. C. Reese, Pensacola; R. W. charming gifts to suit the limited income. All Hams, per lb. ______________. 20 C

Goodhart Pensacola; G.V.. Saxon i
Tallahassee; H. Milton Marianna. .
I We are sure our selections will please you. r



Glasgow Dec. 5.-Fourteen per-
sons drowned by the foundering of
the Norwegian steamer Waterloo off T. H EVANS !

the Lizard before daylight this morning -
only three of the crew being i

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The Sentinel's subscription list is Orlando Orange Avenue Florida ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACEIr"
steadily climbing all the time. Are

you on the list If not, why not?

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1 t Sioiethmj: for Mjthini; Two Features for the Price of One! X'I I! MONDAY'S n son. "Cast.l'i Adrift OGRAMICI in the i;, Diamonds, Watches,

r 'South Seas," a thrilling: spectac.e, j
THE LAST EPISODE OF 'with Wm. Clifford and Marie Wai- n Cut Glass
camp, in two parts. | Jewelry, ,

i "THE MILLION DOLLAR MYSTERY," Reception.Joker Comedy." "Capt. Dili's Warm Xew II j! Silver Novelties,
Keystone .Comedy. "The U
I (Excepting the Solution.) I Baby.Follow the crowd they will! show French Ivory,
; you where the Favorite is.
: : The First- / Thanhouser's Great- II Aligator Goods, Etc. n
,: i! 'j! > ? THAT GOOD
;I Episode of Ui! I,ts: @IIA, 1 est Photoplay. !!' U Ugift

'GULF GASOLH Don't buy before you visit our
j :* "SHOT IX; THE EXCITEMENT Keystone comedy. Ii ,
will help to solve the
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f :":; Coupons given with every admission, cod for the Lucerne Theatre Great I+ problem.

Automobile Contest. SUPREME11110/ OIL;

; ,. ARE THE BEST FOR YOUR CAR U article [reserved. U
iAttie Prices I IJ j
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I' Drums tanks for shipping kept on and hand.storage I n A visit to our store will be apn n

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LOCAL AND PERSONAL? I Mr. Joseph Middleton arrived inj I Mrs. A. P. Thayer arrived in the all cars. Give make of car when you
Orlando yesterday afternoon on the city yesterday from Minneapolis, order.
1--- Tampa Special from Brunswick, N. I' Minn., and has pleasant apartmentsat
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C. S. Brewer went to Arcadia yes- J., and will spend the winter with Mr. ;i the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. n -llen: &z Co.,
terday on business. and Mrs. G. W. Padgett, 206 Liberty Davis, on the corner of Church and GULF REFINING
street. I West streets. COil,,
\V. S. Higgins has returned from I U U UItU
Chuluota for a few days' stay in Or- Mr. Frank Sharp, of Gage, Okla., TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
lando. is back in Orlando after an absence':' Office Phone 430.: ENGRAVING REPAIRING

I of one year spent in the West. Mr. LOST-A gold! fob watch chain, with I Residence Phone 259.:; #
Mrs. J. W. White and daughter, Sharp owns considerable property in Lockport golf medal attached. Finder :=
Mrs. Mark White, left yesterday afternoon please phone 1024-4 rings and receive -
and around the city and is here for ---- -- -
for Tampa to visit relatives. I the purpose of looking after it. reward. 12-6-3tr-:: i VENEER C sl!' -H+; -J-II L ItOIMCMi- -- ------* H--J I II I.-t- J+;"""J' II..

Lost-L dy's pocket book, pfa..I! W. R. Rhan >
Before having pictures see "life Much work is in progress at the | leather between Laubach's ana 'i.2: $1.25 f W. S. Coleman
motion pictures" at Evans', 100 North I present time on the railroad tracks j grammary school. Contains !.il's I i I THERE'S REASON FOR}
) gold watch bills and silver. Return:
Main. 11-25-tf of the local railroads. There is a j Per Strand
I to Col. T. J. Watkins' office. :Mis.: Up Q
j great deal of work being done all i W. R. Yates. 12-6-IiL FIRE-PLACE ell' }iS AM:
The end of the is coming '
year very along the line and the roads are being \ It --- -
soon and a silent request that your placed in the very best condi- f NOTICE will not be respo-! ,i'.le! OAK WOOD f X populariu, day.
subscription to The Sentinel be paid I' tion possible. II l for any debts contracted by my Orlando Wood YardB. ; Sold at ill every
I wife, Marian Aker,
frpm this date,
sufficient. i IT
should be t
Dec. 5, 1911. C. AsL'i. ". Kingsley, Proprietor
I Mrs. S. V. Straley returned to Or- 12-o-Gt, PINE STREET AND R. U. ( & We also handle a full line of Painters' 4 Paper
Mrs. L. II. Todd, mother of Mrs.J. lando yesterday afternoon from West Telephone 344 ;i : Hangers' Supplies. 2000 Rolls Wall Paper J
A. Abberger, returned last even- Virginia, where she had spent the FOR SALE-Or will trade for a lot, 9-30 t to go at cost price. |
ing from Clermont, N. J., where she summer. :Mr. Straley will arrive here a two-cylinder Maxwell in good .... dIIi.Jlliggest j
spent the summer. some time during the present month condition.12-G-lt* Apply to P. O. Box 122. I ORLANDO r PAINT AND by Ail PAPER CO

and they will spend the winter at per cent of profit ever is Avc.
.OSSo.Oranga :E
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Palmer and their home on North Orange avenue. LOOK-City! lot and 10 Buick; $233; derived from the use of the Sentinel's ,., TheSignoftheSun Phone 261
daughter, Mrs. II. C. Luff, of Wni- each. W. R. Higgins, Orlando and want ad. columns. + .. e"'I'Q. 11"1tlr.IEI.e'I"I 'II'III'lllt.

dermere, were in Orlando yesterday W. P. Beeber, of Williamsport, Pa., I Chuluota. 12-G-12tc ,..- .....--- .,..,., -- ------ _..... h
shopping and greeting friends. president of the First National bankof FOR RENT-One room in small fam-
that city, and president of the Or- ily; modern conveniences; privilege
We are calling your attention to 1 lando Water and Light company, will of light housekeeping. Inquire Room 1 WILLIAM R. O'NEAL
6, H 'er-Davis CURTIS
the article which over Evans
appears arrive the first of the week for a visit -- -
in another section of this morn- of a few days in this city. While he jewelry store. 12-G-3t I I

ing's Sentinel.Mr. is in the city he will be the guest of Established 1886
FOR RENT Nicely furnished rooms.
I Judge J. M. Cheney and family. 305; East Pine street.
and Mrs. C. A. Dudley, of For- 12-G-Ctc. it

mosa, were pleasant callers in the I Mrs. T. R. Williams and maid, of
city and at The Sentinel office yes Punxatawney, Pa., were among the FOR RENT-Large pleasant fur- CUTS & '09NEAL
terday. i i arrivals Friday evening from the nished rooms, with private family;
close in. 302 North Orange avenue.
1 State. have visited
Keystone They 'I 12-C-lwk i
:Miss L. Palmer arrived in Orlandoyesterday here each winter for a number of <
afternoon from Toledo, INSURANCE LOANS -
and have home
years a pretty on FOR RENT 12 room boarding house,
Ohio, and went out to Windermere in South Wpst street. Dr. Williams, almost new; 9 good bed rooms, electric -
this county, where she will make her who was detained on account of business lights and bath; $35 per month. ESTATE RENTALSFOR
home. F. L. Anderson, office 112 W. Church LA.L
| will be down a little later in the
street. Phone 459.: 12-6-t:
Business was brisk in all lines yesterday -
I FOR RENT-Rooms, with without
all merchants being gratified ;I Lawrence Odlin, well known to local -I board; also rooms for light housekeeping -
with their sales. The streets were people because of his former res- ; several apartments from :1
filled with people all day yesterdayand idence in Orlando, now a paymaster I to1 rooms, each at very reasonable
last night. prices. Inquire of F. L. Anderson, Furnished South Main "
of the United States navy, will spend 112 West Church street. Phone 459. RENT---Bungalo 5 Rooms 1
today, tomorrow and Tuesday in the I 126tfOSTEOPATHY
Mrs. Mattie B .Davis and daughter, I city visiting with old friends and renewing -\ Street.
Miss Gayle, will leave Orlando tonight i acquaintances.. Odlin has J

Washington, D. C., where I been in Mexican waters for some I i Seven Room House, South Orlando.
they will remain for a week or ten months but is now back following the I
days on a visit with friends. j withdrawal of U. S. troops from thati !
i stormy country. I Two New Five Room Houses, South West Orlando.
Among the prominent Floridians I I Hours, 10.12, 3.5, and by appointnen
spending yesterday in Orlando were : FOR RENT-All or part of furnished, i No extra charge tor nouse treatment

Mr. T. M. Shackleford, referee in ] comfortable, homelike, old fashi I Except Night Calla.Telephone :. ... .. a rI
i ioned 5 Phone
bankruptcy, and Mr. G. E. Mabry, room cottage. care connections -r---- -r-
67, 712 South Division street.
a prominent attorney, both of Tampa. ll-G-6t Office cor. Orange: and Central Ave&. 0 '"'

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The largest order ever placed was for
.1 t
: fifteen million dollars worth of Studebaker 1

I j six cylinder automobiles I i i1
rolling stock mostly
I[ ,
Overland Model 80
} for use in the war. It means that there is I

$1,125.00 4ii i i real value in a machine when a discriminating .j.jI

f.o.b. I buyer! like England places such an order ;

ORLANDOEvery ".,..L as this. 1 1I

.io:: Come in and see the new models. 1
Advanced Feature. I;

But No Advance in Price. !I II 3

I fill San Juan Garage Co.DISTRIBUTORS 1 1f

iOrlando Auto & Supply Co. :f i I

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I FOR RENT-Nicely furnished sleep- IJumber and S11ingles
ing rooms; all conveniences; spe- ,
I SENTINEL cial rates avenue.for season. No. 12-2-lwk 205 Magnolia -

r FOR RENT-Suite of rooms now occupied -
I WANTS by Dr. Christ. Long term I S
! I tenants only desired. Jno. M. Cheney.

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tS.ot I II i FOR RENT-Large, attractive room. 1 .
The Morning Sentinel Want Inquire No. 8 West Washington St. .
Directory is the Greatest Want 11-8-tfc ORLA NDc ) ... .
Ad Medium in Orlando.
FOR RENT-Beautiful dwelling with
Terms Cash in Advance. garage; elegantly furnished; on
Lake Lucerne. Jas. A. Knox.
RATES 3-27-tf .
For One Day ______________23t; Cement Plaster and Perfection Lime \
For Three Days ____________;30c 1 FOR RENT Small flat, Royal Agatite
For Six Days _______________75c I veniences,-unfurnished.moutrn Jas.con A. i...
I DON'T PASS ISWHAT BUY For One Month ____________$2.50 Knox. 11-3-tf I Ir iI f
This rate applies on all ads of j

25 words or less. If the ad contains FOR RENT-Large convenient rooms I
more than 25 words the rate Also
: light housekeeping. pleas-
? will be one cent per word for
ant sunshine front room on first _
each additional. word, for each in- floor. Private family and modern EU-Sr: ESS
I sertion.If conveniences. 315 West Central.
Well to be brief we have you can't bring your ad to 11-24-tfc.
the office telephone No. 24. Ac-
counts opened by telephone will be
payable the following day. FOR RE Apartment of four nice- i
ly furnished rooms; gas, separate
Every Home-Every Business- bath, new house; adults only. 604 Important friendships result from the right introduction j
Every Man has use for a Magnolia! avenue. 11-10-tf-
that we offer at popular Sentinel Want Ad. WANTEDWANTEDA the most important ones come through the right banking cpn'j

prices that should interestall nections. Association is the keynote of all business success. We \

who have buying thoughtin FOR SALE position as housekeeper -
for elderly gentleman, by experienced invite you to open an account with us where a personal inter- \
their head at this time.
FOR SALE-A good work horse. Can I lady; or would like the care
Call in. We will gladly fur- be used anywhere. 15 hands high :' of a small !poultry farm. Address est is taken in every depositor.ORLANDO .
is and perfectly gentle. Call on S. S. Housekeeper, care Sentinel. 12-6-lt*

nish detailed information.Ask Jones, near Lake Lancaster, on Con-
way road. 12-4-6t 'i' WANTED-At once, an experienced
to da ". waitress at the Wyoming hotel. '
us ) GROCERY FOR SALE Apply in person. 12-4-31 & TRUST CO.

ORLANDO BUILDING & LAND COII at Good invoice cash price.grocery Only business parties for with sale EXPERT wishes STENOGRAPHER whole or part and time secretary .
need answer this ad. Good
money "' work. New York experience of several 1
reason for selling. Address "Grocer, .
North Orange Avenue care Sentinel office. 12-4-3tc' years in commercial, educational,
and literary lines. Rapid dictationto -
+Q..III.I..IIII.I.tlll.ltieQ'.t 44++'4+t'+4i4afi4i Irh34 'r } } J4 t4 +
PHONE 608 machine. Address B., care Senti-
FOR SALE-Furniture, dishes and nel. 12-3-Gt .
OPPOSITE SAN JUAN HOTEL two fireless cookers, etc., used by -
Civic to Mr. Hugh
League. Apply
Allen at the fair grounds. 12-2-lwc I ROOMS FOR RENT
.. DAVIS & GILES. CounselF. Oliver typewriter, with splendid to adults only. 409 Delaney street.
A. PEPPERCORN, Contractor leather case. Machine in excellent 10-25-tf MIDWINTER
condition, used but very little. Call
between 12 o'clock noon and 2 p. m. MISCELLANEOUS
for terms. Inquire at Sentinel office.

I Business Directory] FOR 11-28-tf SALE-Ten acres fine orange off BARGAINS on at shoes II. Kanner's for bargains Saturday New! 25 York and per Monday cent.Bar-- j OBL ..6.. DO., FL.A.. i

land cleared 3-4 ofa .
For ; about 3 acres ; gain Store. 1252tIF
mile south of Gill's store and 1-2

BUSY MEN.\ mile east of Lake Con way, on terminal MONEY IS ANY OBJECT to FEB. 9-13 1915EDUCATIONAL
of proposed brick road. Ad-
you, come to H. Kanner's New York i
dress Anna H. Fiatt R. I{. No. 1, Box Bargain Store. Vfe will sell new
SHOE HOSPITAL 43, Orlando. 1124lm. goods for the holidays at sacrifive

Bouton Brothers, corner Church prices. 12-5-23t
and Orange avenue. Shoes repaired FOR SALE-Nice, comfortable home i iEmbracingJ.
while you wait. Best rubber heels, for small family; grapefruit, guava I MAKE A SPECIALTY of planting
40 cents. Best English tan leather. and orange trees; six squares of post- orange and grapefruit trees; all riculture Horticulture Floriculture Domestic
Phone 487. 11-15-lmo office. Apply to W. D. West, 510 trees guaranteed to live. References

Marion avenue or Hotel Astor. furnished. Charges, $6.00 per acre. Arts and Crafts, with exhibits of Stock, Hogs and Poultry;
Up to date painting, papering, etc., I 118Imo'FOR Address, Box 222: Ocoee, Fla. *
is the kind you want. Where to get 11-10-lmo and the products of South Florida. Racing, Polo, Sports
SALE-Five room house, one i
it? That's easy, phone 636. W. T. mile fi"m court house, 650.: One Areoplans Lectures and Entertainments of all kindsFor
Entrican. 1-20-U Liberty Brush automobile, $75. In- X
quire Shoe Hospital, 8 East Church Orange avenue, is now open. Beau-
street. 11-17-Imo' tiful location near Lake Lucerne. t
Eat all you want. Home cooking. Spacious veranda.

Eat what you want. Mrs. W. T. Walker. 11-19-1moc information or premium list, address ,
Take a postscript and forget it. FOR SALE-One] seven passenger,

For sale by all druggists. six cylinder automobile, 1 :year old, I BARGAINS, bargains! in clothing,
H. H.
l-7-d&w-lyr first class condition. Don't answer dry goods, ladies and children's coats VVM. R. O'NEAL, See'y D1CKSON Pres't I IIIIII

unless interested. Address Bargain, and sweaters, at a big reduction for :
care of Sentinel. 11-14-tf : : :
Saturday and Monday, at II. Kanner's
Atlantic Coast Line New York Bargain Store. 5-2t +q4 444444+G94'.44449 f44.4-44+f ; I I 1 I 'II'
FOR SALE-Cabbage Plants,Charleston -
Wakefield, $1.00 per thousand. BLASTING, Subsoiling and Dynamiting -
5-TOURIST TRAINS Frank Phillips, Pine Castle. of all kinds done on short no- .. -- '"' --- --- --

10-28-tf tice. A full stock of dynamite in
from magazine at all times. See L. N.
FOR SALE-Fine cypress fence posts. Lewis, 406 S. East street, Orlando.
inquire of Frank Phillips, Pine Cas- ll-13-lmo* I i r aA'et

tle. 9-18-tf 1 ___ __- -___ I jf.
"Dixie Flyer" FOR SALE-Forty acres of fine

"Dixie Limited" hammock land; eight in grove; the I LOST-Red horse; right hind knee
present crop of oranges will be from j swollen; 2 small white spots back of We have received a car of Foster Bros' famousPor1anIyke
"Semin,;a Limited" 750 to 1,000 boxes; 500\ trees all told, i left shoulder. Reward to finder. Address -
ready for setting-10 acres in lake, I I Bill Oliverio, Box 753, city.
"Montgomery Route" one and quarter miles from Apopka. 12-5-3t
Price, $5,000. Address W. H., Box i
"South Atlantic Limited"Pullman 178, Orlando, Fla. 9-23-tf FOUND-Pocket book. Owner can : Iron beds

cars from Chicago, St. Louis, For Sale I have same by describing property.Call .
at 707 East Central avenue. Mrs. \
Indianapolis, Cincinnati, Louisvilleand 30 Acres, citrus and vegetable land, W. L. Lewis.

intermediate points to Jacksonville 20 fenced, 10 cleared, crop on it now, I I There is nothir that will compare with the finish
ready for planting trees this winter LOST-White violet pin, set with 5
Fla. and crop next spring; near school and I pearls. Reward if returned to Fobcer Beds and OUR PRICES for these
church; half mile of railroad station; Hammond & Bunch's store. 12-2-tf I that are en ,

Dining Carsvia court good house.neighborhood Special; four price miles if taken from in I BUYERS AND SELLERS I beds are tea' less than others charge for the same .

next 30 days. Box 4, Orlando.
10-25-tf I bed that has nothing near the finish. We would
I I buy, sell rent, and exchange real i style

A lantic Coast Line. FOR SALE over estate.30 Have years.resided Have in Orlando handled, Fla.over, I like you to call and see this Jine; nothing like it in

Nursery! stock, one, two, three and 20000000. Call and see me.
four year old buds; Foster Early, 10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER. I the city. jWe
Standard Railroad of the SouthJ. Pineapple, Java Hemosassa. Washington -

G. KIRKLAND, D. P. A., Navel. Address Mrs. M.Kahle., They run almost anything and ev'o
Apopka. Fla. Phone 2222. 3-13-tf '
Hillsboro Hotel, Tampa, Fla. erything on wheels these days.Don't give coupons with all cash sales.

A. W. FRITOT, D. P. A.,
'wait for every one in town to
38 West Bal St. Jacksonville, Fla.
.. have Entrican, the painter, before
'I' FOR RENT-Two rooms, facing the you try. Am too busy to look you
street and furnished for light; up. Phone 636, and 1 will be on the
1 housekeeping, with conveniences; five job. 1-20-tf
minutes walk from postoffice; reasonable :
''I' rent. Inquire 207 Palmetto Kincaid & SnowdenLow
street. 1253t'FOR Eat what you want.
IPill S St.t. Eat all you want.

I P.ENT-For the season, new five Take a postscript and forget it. I
For sale all
by druggists.
room bungalow; electric lights,,
'I bath, attractively furnished, beautiful 1-7-d&wlyr Priced Furniture House. I
JEWELER : shade, growing garden; 3 minutes 1
from center; reasonable rent. Hayes Who is your painter and decorator?
EXPERT WATCH MAKERI Robbins, Winter Park. 1252ti If you are satisfied: keep the one you I Main and Pine Sts. Orlando Florida
have; if not, phone W. T. Entrican. I II Cor. I
i FOR RENT-Up to date furnished I NT:f- 636. 1-20-tf ,

make a specials of Fine ;( house; all conveniences; 211 Jackson I' _.
Watch, Clock and Jewelery Re- i street. Also two light house- NEIL McDUFFEE
pairing; Diamond Setting,Ring I keeping rooms. ll-29-8t

and Spectacle Repairing. ; FOR RENT-Pleasant, sunny rooms,I Contractor and Builder I IGORUON'S' CARRIAGE I Dr. F. F. ThompsonDENTIST
Bring me repairs others have I completely furnished. Breakfast if I Il.r I .
failed do, I
them satisfactorily to and or will no charge.repair desired.11-29-lw t>05; North Orange avenue. I Bungalows a Specialty D-- I

:My prices are reasonable. i Arcsde Building. Orlando -
Will open an office at
FOR RENT-To desirable people,
well furnished suite bed room and ;' BEST BAGGAGE TRANSfERL. CRt L H.: RAMSDELLOPTOMETRIST: 113: S. Orange Are. over Curtis &
SELECT OYSTERS, ;5oc. Quart 'I
CHAS. VATER sitting room with private lavatory. I O'Neal's Store.
Also' single rooms, and a garage I
Splendid location. No. 9 E. Washington TheWaldeckerFishCo T. HARRELL, Prop. (Successor to Dr. O. c. Li mi air 11-6-tf
: St. 11-29-lmc FLORIDAWE
FOR FISH AND OYSTERS ORLANDO. The Sentinel's subscriptiom list is
Pine Street, at Young's FOR RENT Seven house Piano and Furniture FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES
room ; wa- Phone No. 5. 206 Boone StreetP. steadily climbing all the tiB.. Are
Repair Shop ter, gas, electric lights, bath,
: etc.; |I Moving a Specialty I AND DO ALL KINDS OF you on the list? If not, why net?
barn '
chicken house lot 100
ll-4-d&w-lm I ; by :M. and W. O. COX I,

D 0 C"I'con,,"" ... or.' I'i.'I; 200. -c_feet....i::. Apply at 735 North 10-ol-lf Orange ''II 10-23-tf 8 E. Church SI. PHONE 487,I! OTICAL REPAIRING II I Get the news in The SenMne1 r>-*.


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,r,ararMra .f Royal Palm_Nurseries will supply 1 AT IDAMRCHES S (By SIDELIGHTS W. S. Branch) & THE CHASE & CO

: all Your Planting Needs Services .at Orlando Churches Wait Buy until early the and closing you get days the and cream.you PACKING HOUSE AT ORLANDOIs

It requires years to establish a reputation for a nursery. The operator-must Today Have Appeal to All have to take skim milk. Better join i
l be mea cf integrity and reliability. There mutt be soil as well as climatic condition modern, fully equipped with the best up-to-
*favorable to the growth of healthy and tardy stock. It is alto very essential that the Classes-Orlando Is a the S. P. U. G. also.
date and citrus the
machinery guesthe
builders of a nursery are men of painstaking care.with seasoned agricultural and horticultural grower
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knowledge and infinite patience For thirty-one years Reasoner Brothers have labored with Religious City PROPER PACKING
the ultimate object of building up nurseries the stock of which can be relied upon as being had the honor of eating the :

thcgsy' best as well as most complete in assortment and variety to be found. First Methodist!'; Church first dish of ice cream served at the ; FIRST AID TO

P Or..t'ge.grapefruit and other citrus trees perhaps more than those of any other fruits must be rev. J. E. Wray, D. I)., pastor roof garden last Thursday evening atl I HIGHEST PRICES
,true to name it takes several by the fruits thereof what the label
as years to prove original
en the tree states as to kind. The citrus section of Reasoner Brothers'Royal Palm Nurseries Sunday school, i>:45 a. m.; C. E. the opening. Hoeffler made the cream I which however, would not accomplish the end desiredby

embraces almost countless varieties of the best there is in oranges, grapefruit tangerines, Howard, superintendent. "Sunny Jim" Barnes was manager of the grower, if he did not also have available the ser-
limes and other members of the citrus family. This division has been developed to its present Preachin? by the pastor at 11 a. m.,
state of efficiency through untiring and conscientious effort on the part of the owners. ::ni reports of the year's work. the function, X. P. Yowell entertainedus vices

Epworth League, union, 3 p. m.; with his winning smile, and consid- j ofTHE
Trees Plants Shrubs Vines Bulbs without number
Miss Eliza Wright president. ering the location, we think it was avery CHASE & CO
In ornamentals.Royal Palm Nurseries offer a great variety from which election can be made. Triangle Society, 6:30 p. m. In- Ji J
Hundreds of sorts of plants, shrubs, bulbs, vines and trees have been given space in them. s .,i irational:: rally of the young people high toned affair. i SALES AND DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM 'i
Until one has studied the interesting Royal Palm Catalog no idea can be formed of just what ( the Baptist Presbyterian and -0--
this nursery has in store for the man or woman concerned in beautifying the home and grounds. : "hodi't churches.
( The Curry & Smith Cigar companyis I which, with selling forces thoroughly organized ixpe- ;

A Book that Offers Inexhaustible Store of InformationThe pastor Preaching: First by Methodist rev. Dr. II.church G. Davis of, one establishment that does not rienced competent and relh.hle l

catalog of the Royal Palm Nurseries gives in condensed form the fruits :Miami, at 7:30. Dr. Davis is one of propose to have the retailer pay the GIVES THE GROWER
of many year of nursery experience and a large amount of patience and he strongest men of Southern Jleth- war tax stamp. They are putting up HIGHEST AVERAGE NET RESULTS
toil on the part of its compilers. The book shows that the Royal PalmG. 'm and his message will Le worth their own funds for the stamps and 'I t
Nurseries offer an inexhaustible stock of op-toniate material and contains V.oGfJ !
valuable< and reliable data that should be read by every farmer and grower v tHe.urerb will not advance the prices of any of CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED(
in the Gulf coast country. Yours for the asking! Write today tot it I ; music by great chorus choir
'JJi and male quartette. Everybody most their goods. This ought to make the GRO'VERS'IARKETIXG: AGENTS l
REASONER BROS., 193 Benedict,.e.,One co,Fla. 1I :-;'/ cordially invited to attend. Lucerne Circle and other brands more

' Other services of the week rs usual. popular than ever. CHASE & COMPANYMain
German American Evangelical Lutheran -
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Office Jacksonville Florida
Services every first and third Sun- "Honor to whom honor is due." In I ,

day in the month, at Seventh Day Ad- the eleven years that we have been 9-30-d&w A. R. ROGUE, Agent, Orlando, Fla.
ventist building, West Central ave-
i nue.i receiving express matter in Orlandowe I

i Rev. G. W. Ruehle minister. have never been served by a more ------ -- ------

I I Catholic Church gentlemanly and accurate deliveryman
j I Second Sunday in Advent. than John Harley the coloredman
Sunday school, 9 a. m.
I I Mass and sermon, 10 a. m. now holding the position. Are your hens laying ? If not, why not ?
j Rosary sermon and Benediction -

:I 7:30 p. m.Subject. "The With prominent business men all Try Aunt Patsy's Poultry Food. Guaranteed
sermon at Mass
over country talking optimism in
Immaculate Conception of the Blessed
Virgin, Mary, and Its Lessons." regard to the present and future busi- Everything in the Chicken line.

t Sermon at night "Duties of Young ness outlook and with all the big gen

Women." erals in the European war talking op-
All welcome to thes eservices. Wright Seed CompanyPhone
Christian Science timistically about their prospects for
| Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. gaining the final victories, the opt.
i Services at 11 a. m.; subject, "God, crop for 1914 ought to be the largestever I 179 206 So. Orange Ave.
I I[ the Only Cause and Creator." grown in the world. -
: Wednesday evening service, 7:45.
i Third floor corner South Orange -0-- L,
1'1 I1III avenue and Church street. Entranceon .I "Names is names," with apologies I y
Church street. to the Tampa Tribune paragrapher. Y

First Baptist ChurchAt Messrs. Clay and Waters run a large LET MK BEAUTIFY "\ Uk GKOL\\i i )S
( the Lucerne)
; Rev. Edward T. Poulson, D. I)., brick kiln i in central Tennessee, and I WHETHER .\ COUNTRY EMAIL 1 j.i
pastor.Mr. their foreman is a Scotchman named

Samuel A. Newell!, superintend- Burns Wood. I i OR A SMALL: CITY LOi ri
I end of the Sunday school; Mr. Geo. ,
BUYERS TO SHAKE IN PROS.1''; W. Phiiiios, director of the choir! ; Mr. -()-
1 ,i Wlllia'-i: S. Branch, Jr., organist. We shall be glad to welcome lIon. i
1I; Sunrl.iv school at 9:30 a. m. The Tyrus Cobb, the great baseball player I BLUE PRIMS; AD DETAILED PL/MING i I IXSTKUCTIOIVS -
!I! I Barac ,.1.' ,< wll! in the Christian l
inject.e:: from August 1. 1914 to August; : ? meet when he comes to Orlando next I AT REASONABLE I F.ICLS
it Ai:i".ince Hall! on West Pine
1,1915 and! guaranteed against an educ street All men are! invited to attend month, but inasmuch as lIon. Walter I

lIOn during thr.t time I!J i the class. Johnson has just signed! a contract '
I i'aLlicorthip at 11 a. m. and with the Chicago Feds by which he !
Touring Car $555.00Runabout 7:30 p. m., with the pastor in charge. will receive a larger salary than I 'I Werner F. Nehrlin
I Morning subject, "The Sheltering
505.00F. Rock." Cobb can not City Commissioner S.I I

I Subject of evening sermon, "The A. Johnson, or some of his other I LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT 'j
O. IX Orlando. All ran fully equipped. "
Man Who Plans for Big Things. Johnson cousins, get Walter to pay

fWther. we will be able to obtain the maxinam: efficiencyin I The Triangle Society will meet at us a visit also? AND: --
our fartorv production and the minimum cost in earpirch.ini i the Methodist church at 6:15 p. m.
and sales! department if we rack an uuOot .f I A splendid program has been arranged -()- CONSULTING HORTICULTURIST
!:1(111.0110! cars between the above dates I ; subject "Solving the Amusement Joseph Smith's six sons are at his If
ted .it uU we reach this production we agree t. pay as Question." Geo. W. Phillips, bedside at Independence City Mo., I you ontemplate planting a citrus grove
share from lit t. $60 per ear (on or about ;! president. I, it will to advice.
the buyer's
I II pay you get my
s Aart-a 1.1915) to every retail buyer who purchase a.new I Ii Prayer and fellowship meeting awaiting his death, which now seems ,
I For ear between August 1. 1914 and August I, 115.Jor Wednesday night. probable. If all the wives and chil- Local Agent for BUCKEYE NURSERIES j

further particulars regarding: these tuwprices andpro6tabarinct I A cordial invitation is extended dren of some of those Normans I Fla.

p!&n. nee 1,1 I i the public to worship with us. Good should wish to be present at the bed- Tampa, ]
I' i music. AW seats free.Triangle .
R G. RUSt. I I Society I side of the dying one, it would be I I Oiiicc Above PEOPLES NATIONAL BANK j i

I 'I The Triangle Society wishes to call necessary to move the bed into an ,
Phone 226 JII special attention to its meeting Sunday opera house or auditorium. I PHONE 570 I iIotlllammond&Gore 10>
Il I afternoon at the Methodist j

1 church promptly at 61:>. : I' I i
I I The subject to be discussed is Five fraudulent Florida land dealers -

"Solving the Amusement Question," I have been indicted at Kansas City, ,. ;
1 1r
and we invite and urge all :young people Mo. All Florida needs is to have the

When in Doubt About a I of the St.city Luke's to be Cathedra present truth known and those who tell' un-i, a=>-""' .., mo =s :;er.-J

The Very Rev. H. R. Remsen, dean. truths or more than the truth should I| :a

Christmas Present Buy Book Second Sunday in Advent. be severely dealt with. i i,
The Holy Communion 730 a. m.
:Morning Prayer and Sunday school
94:>. From Milton in Santa Rosa county,
likes books arid m
Everybody cur: line is I 1 1
The Holy Communion and sermon, a carload of pecans has just been

so large and varied that whatever the literary 1100. shipped. The prices paid at the station i FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EUBALMERS.REAL .
Evening 430.
tastes of your friends may be we can I Illustrated address to children ata by the purchaser ranged from I -
p. m. eight to twenty-five cents a pound.It REAL VALUES LOW PRICES
furnish a book they will enjoy. We will i iI
Illustrated lectre on Miussions at is claimed there is more money to I

wrap them ready for mailing and enclose a 730 p. m. be realized from a pecan tree than COMPARE j
First Presbyterian Church
greeting card if desired. Rev. Jno. W. Stagg, D. D., pastor. from any other kind. I s

Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.; W. R. ;I
W. O'Neal, superintendent. Idleness is going to be treated I I
Services and
at 11 a. m. 7:30 p. m. from a new angle by the city of New II
Morning sermon "Visible and Invisible provide the quality of furniture that has long
The Arcade Book and Music Store Ways o Power." York. The city chamberlain is going been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the '
Evening sermon, "Highways of to talk it over with the mayor
II i standard of merit. If an article is here it is good. J
Power. and other department heads, much asphysicians :
It wouldn't here were it otherwise. "ecan'tmake
Prayer meeting, Wednesday, 7:30p. '
m. and surgeons consult on i this point too clear-it is one of the foundation stones j
When( Everybody Eats Florida Citrus Fruits j Men's Bible class, 0:45 a. m. what they have diagnosed as a disease of this business, and that means much to any buyer.
Special music. Forrest Dabney requiring something other than I I j
the Demand will Exceed the Supply Jj Carr, choir director. Miss Roberta what has been tried and found want- j 1 1McNFJLL 1

.. Branch organist. I & DAVIS BLOCK ;
Citrus fruits are becoming necessities instead of luxuries. The Strangers and visitors cordially ing. I II ,

people of the United States are learning their many merits welcomed to all services. Cor. Orange A'nd Church St. Orlando '
Unitarian Church Its feet are what enables
many a
ant uses. Where formerly they were regarded solely as \ j (Corner Central Ave. and West St.) I gas bill to run up so rapidly. \c ::: J
breakfast fruits,now they are eaten at other meals and used ; Rev. Eleanor E. Gordon, minister. I 0
Subject of Sunday school lesson at
freely in cookery and confections. All this '
means great "
10 a. m., "The Book of Daniel. I
deal for Floridawhich grows the finest citrus fruits of the =- Church service at 11 a. m.; subjectof BUYJT FQrPAY I J
world. The production of her superior: oranges and grape- sermon "The Poetry of Common' In lending a hand to the needy always -t Sparking is one thing, marrying

fruit can'.hardly keep pac with the inevitable increase Life." PtCTs2 be sure there is something in it. another. Many a model sweetheartfails
Un""y Circle on Wednesday after-
to make a model wife hus-
or .i
demand. ,due to.the above causes. r-Tn. Miss Gordon will review Mary
Artiu's ">"*-imised Land." This fine weather is proving a puz- band. 1

C Buckeye Nurseries Catalog- :tory h )ur for the children Fri- %t'f_ zler to the wood man, but the woodman 1j i j t

T-iy afternoon at 2:15; Mrs. Stanley is happy. 1
/t Citrus BsEd&Oi! _

.rf' I It I of the oldest to wide SECRET VISIT TO I
a One ways get
All the problems that arise i ia the culture of oranges One of the most destructive fires -
tae bind lot of to
publicity is to a people
and fully covered in this book. It tells l
grapefruit arc rqt ever to visit Quincy occurred Sunday' D .
0 how to select a location for the grove tad describes:: 1 night, destroying the large Fuller's O t secrecy about it. !

the operations necessary to bring tr.,:':21: iaio profitable Montreal Can., Dec. 5.-Charles M. :
earth plant, half a mile from the city
bearing. Everything is based on practical GP Old General Depression is being Schwab, president of the Bethlehem l 1
limits and besides the building whichis
cpcricnce-there are no theories in the advice licked to a frazzle, and nobody is Steel corporation, who recently returned :
a total loss, there was buried in _
;I' jlrl given. No matter what citrus fruits you are the ruins R sorry. from London, where he ..conferred l
over $150,000 worh of valuable id"
growing or intend to plant, this book will be of J with representatives of the
service to you. It has been written to help alike = be machinery.most of which can MECHANICSMAGAZINE December came in warm, and if .L'rit'kh government came here on a 1

= the man with the grove and the man who expects not duplicated.The prophets are to be relied on it will go recretisit yesterday. This became

to have one. Every person interested in out the same rote. known tooay and caused a rumor that i
the citrus industry of Florida is welcome to a Reddick Peanut Produce company Mr Schwab 1
of this book is rapidly getting its plant For Father and Son contemplated construc-
copy printed at great expense.
If you want a good home m the tion in Canada of submarines for
Write today for one-edition is limited. ready for business. The machineryhas AND ALL
best town in the best county in the Great Britain. 1
nearly all arrived and is being
_- BUCKEYE NURSERIES -- placed in position. A six now horsep Two absorbing and a interest.half million Everything readers find in it it of is best state come to Orlando and select Rumor also had it that the Amer.3 3 J

__ 1036 CITIZENS BANK BUILDING y :ewer Fairbanks-Morse engine was Written So You Can Understand Si it.Waldo. ican government had refused to per- 1

TAMPA, FLORIDA sent to Reddick this morning by We sell 400.000 copies every month without mit submarines for belligerents to be 1,

Messrs. Knight and Lang for use in giving newsdealer premiums will show and have you a co copy solicitors.;or write Any the ,I has enacted and placed in constructed within the United States, i

the factory.-Ocala Star. publisher for free sample a postal will do. effect a curfew law prohibiting boys and taht steel for the vessels wouldbe

Bucke I $1.50 A YEAR ISc A COPY under eighteen years of age from be- shipped to Canada. Who Mr.
eTreesBear I I
Every time a pessimist laughs we '! Popular Mechanics Magazine ing on the streets after 8 o'clock at Schwab conferred with while here

wonder who the joke is on. 'I e No.Michigan Av*.. CHICAGO night. ,could not be ascertained.



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s trifles. nevt>thinking of the precious Jongle there4eemed: when the ,

94y. papers she bad rescued at so great .could'notrdrkg herself,along; when, 'th3 :

/' i effort,* from the International spy. forgetting tired muscles kinked and refused t. I

even the ones at Manila on work. s
-, whose behalf she had taken such risks Then quite unexpectedly through a'

: + to gl't.them; back. Came a long interval wall of vegetation: the party emerged'into I

.' of restftilness! where everythinggrew a great; clearing upon which the ;

dim and iudistiix-t. and time water few old
sun beat fiercely A men squatted i

CbLOVEe9mE in which she was tieing tossed !before the openings to the hundredor (

about seemed like a f..sfi,>nn,r mother more huts that filled the oi>en njiace

e} Jti upon which. In perfect nfidence.. she set down here In the midst of.- 1ung'e -

could rest her weary head and bleep : Many children pCaved alx" Tdress-!

Little needles! continually prickingat ed only In the garments ..r their. birth.

GIRL of MYSTERY her flesh l brought:: her from slumberso From a but many tiins i the !six.' of

,frf 'vaw. abruptly she straightened holt upright any other and set at rime ..';r..ii.t. t I..>ad

; I staring' : about her Incredulously of the clearuis: facto il"wn the dot:idle I

Every nerve and sinew of her body row as would an .aier M-JUI ns! : tilt's

BY THE"MASTER i >l'x I ached terribly, cramping her so she of men came a droning nind. t..'.. lowpitched

., could barely look about the long expanse walling of many n omens!

PEN"C"pyritht. of beach that seemed to stretch voices, never varyins iu its dr.-.u'y

2 w I Interminably in every direction. Behind monotone. A terrible sound it wis-

1914. .All modinj picture rijht, Er her she finally managed to clear !sorrowful dir (>likt". Insthictlveiv! Lnollle

mewed hI" the Vnioeral 1'1Monof.. lifted her t + three .'f tin-
tUP'lnj Company. Which i.s now exhibiting .. her eyes enough to make out n Insurions eyes <

this production in I.odlrl theater In/rirt- ., vegetation::: obviously tropicaL .chief her finger tips brushing againsthis

+..n'. Will be "Iou,1 prO,..cut.d.T "J ''. )t Safety meant little to her. Her brain bare forearm sympatheticallyA

: .. ,. ,<,. .I., was In such a state that the providential swift gleam crossed his stem fa': 'eAt

a few sharp words the party disbanded
t escape seemed natural. That she
... -
in the huts
was alone an island in the Pacific
SYNOPSISValuable I I yet the general must bare bold the papers fact that he bad papers for which she & 4s seemed upon simple enough Nothing "Come with me." said the chief. And.

stolen lie could !see no other explana was looking. The coincidence of her although: she did not understand, the
governmental are
papers mattered. Again she closed her eyes
by Thompson follower of Loubeque. International tion. But what was this tale of landing tending: him was too strange to be un words,, she. followed bis swift stride '
and herself over to slumber
spy. from General Love whom aboard the Empress in an aero premeditated."You gave toward the great but from which the

Loubeque bates in Manila. Love's daughter plane? The orderly again entered, silently are very kind. be said. "Therewas which lasted until nightfall; sound came
Lucille flies to a steamer to recover Securely bidden by the thick vegetation
the papers In order to clear the name of passing a Marconigrain across an explosion in the wireless room. firm The interior of the hut was crowded
she settled down taking a
Lieutenant Gibson whom she loves. the desk. was there not?" with women the atmosphere PC clone!
herself and to reassemble -
crip on trying
Loubeque. tampering with the wirelesson Gibson stared wonderingly at his "You must not talk till the surgeon as to fairly drive her back toward the
the things that had happened to
the steamer. is hurt. Lucille nurses chief, wondering at the purpling of his ("ome!l." she smiled. "I must obey orders tiny door through which she had en

him in an attempt to recover the papers. already florid face. Suddenly with a you know because I am only a her In such fashion that she might tered. And to the ears of the !girl!,
know what was' l best to be done. And
choking laugh the old man tossed: the volunteer." dominating: the dlrpelike wall came a
always primarily did her thoughts revert
wireless to his aid, the last blow ot "A volunteer! You volunteered to simple note-the cryinz c.f a child
CHAPTER III. to the concealed in the
Hugo Loubeque: Not the aid. General help a stranger!" papers Impulsively she brushed tbrouzh::: the
Second Accusation. bosom of her dress the and theman
Love sold me papers." "But yon are not a stranger." She papers women sti.>ping over the pallet of

LOVE sat at his The lieutenant felt a warm throb of smiled curiously. "Yon knew my who sought them. rushes where the patient lay. Even

vainly to figure and that mnde feel The papers. Undonbtedly there was with the emaciation which her Illness
GENERAL pity for the old man. The general name me really acquainted -
motive there could something In them which would afford ,
straightened slowly rising from his when you were hurt." There had caused despite the blaze of delirium

for his trusted chair. was something penetrating in the eyes She Discovered the Diary. the clew. She stared at the oiled belt in the widened eves the black

eld's taking the desperate chance ol Somewhere, somehow there is an fastened upon his own. something "Fire" he whispered. then as thoughtfully, fighting down the instinct splotches u.' fever iu the iheeUs. Lucille 1

which he had accused him. explanation. be muttered. "And Lu- tmileful about the suggestive expression though ashamed for the fear which which repelled her touching the secrets would have known the girl: for

But no matter in which direction he cille is all that stands between us and of her tones that put him Instantly .had robbed him of his ,'olce.It'li tire of another the da.:_Lie r ..f f. -.t J man

turned the general was unable to see disgrace. You will come with me, lieu on guard. -to the boats"- The bulky envelope from Washington By signs! she Ui. tie! U > le.ir to the old

how the young officer could be honest. tenant. Day followed day with ever his faculties Lucille turned away u sickening; to her father which the butler bad I man that the lint iiut-K If cleared before

Where had be received the money so "Yes. sir. You have some Idea"- fastened on the necessity for feeling clutching at her heart tire! stolen from the safe was still unbro aii.vtbii roiid! lie done) to assist

unexpectedly that led him to believe "To the provisional governor," curtly caution. A curious sort of friendship Fire out here on the broad ocean and ken. She placed the packet to one bis daughter tinutualiyIt d.iwued

be might be married before his promotion answered the old soldier, "until this sprang up between them a friendship never a sight of land since Manila: side, knowing that if the spy did not ulan her that the ,-r<'vvdiuv of lie hut

was confirmed? And yet-al- charge can be sifted. Meanwhile we partaking more of an armed neutrality What could she do? She s/iddenly was care to investigate the contents there was a custom of tits |Cople.\ w im-li required -

ways there was that "yet" tw contend will wait until there is word from Lucille without the formality of a flag of conscious of Hugo Loubeque's swift could be nothing in them which would vast faith to go. against, She

with. He knew the boy, knew him so in answer to the message I sent." truce than anything ei.v he could motions. The spy darted across the assist her. The diary she investigated watched him eagerly her very heart

well he had been willing to intrust "A message? You did not mention Imagine. room and drew from the top drawerof next. crying out for the sick (child whose

his daughter's life to him. and be that" With the alleviation of Hugo Lou- his desk a package of papers which Thoughtfully Lucille sat there the I last chance for recovery was being

could not believe that Gibson was "Certainly I sent a message immedi- beqne's sufferings: the old animosityand he hurriedly replaced as she turned. diary in her lap. the picture of her stolen by this crowd <>f women usingup

guilty of the charge.He mother in her bands. She knew the all the oxygen In t' t' room when It
ately Harley told his story. We can purpose flourished with redoubled There was something: on his counte-

was routed frouj the reverie into drop in there on the way to the gov vigor This!' girl had undoubtedly nance which told her the truth tool life of Hugo Loubeque now knew the was the most necessary thing for her
hatred of his the love
which he bad fallen by the entranceof ernor's mansion. sought the opportunity of nursing him Ler that he had revealed the secret of dominating life recovery.

his orderly who told him of Lu- Gibson nodded shortly. He was in that she might defeat his purpose| She the stolen paperHP slapped the of his life the gigantic: efforts of the The chief made his decision:; quickly.

cille's flight to the Empress. Alarmed a haze still. feeling; that his suspicionsof was the daughter of the man be had drawer shut reassuming his aspect orIndlfreren.e man. involving nations and humanity He overruled! the women's protests and
the thousand tentacles of the man. drove them from the leaving the
the general sent for Ilarley. the old officer bad been unfounded, spent .I.Is life In working out a complete H" .lie nislu-j her away pout.

Briefly Harley told bf his trip to the knowing that some evil brain was con- degradation for He must fight from the door. stretching to every quarter of the opening; wide.

Empress with Lucille the earnestnessof niving at their destruction. down the weakness which assailed Quick as the sprint of a cat she secured globe. Ludl.e: opened her mouth laving her
I But she looked at the faded picture
as throat with the intoxicating air that
her pleadings the final words that Gibson did not notice the general's him when her resemblance to the Lucille the papers while he stepped to
the spy had cherished through all drove out the odors tb* congestion had
bad won his consent. orderly hurrying toward them until the I of forty years!' ago siirced ..tw "" the deck apparently to study the situ-
the tears of filmed her
years pity eyes left behind. Then she turned her at
.. "For the honor of the man I love." man halted in salute there on the pa- within himlie ation. When ln returned she was move *
must fight againsther pity for the man who could allow love tentlon to the child.
Over and over again he repeated the rade grounds, the moon casting an eerie as be would tight against anyone ing carelessly alHtnt! the room. wiringso to associate itself inseparably with Day and night Lucille administeredto

words trying to make something of I shadow across his olive khaki II innocent an expression I1' he
else, as he bad fought against the very hatred. She realized now that destiny the girl, now encouraged at a diminution -
them. Of course she meant Gibson "Sir." he reported, "the operator has world. studied her Mispmoiislj :, second.
in her behalf that
I was fighting ; of the fever, now downcast at
but what could she find out on the tried to reach the Empress but thereis Their eyes met. and he spi.itg:' to the
And Lucille felt the intellect be
felt it
I change, giant though was. Hugo discouraging symptoms. AH she bad
Empress relating to the robbery of the no response. Her wireless must be desk slapping nisei| the draw r so violently
than herself
had to
: and redoubled her effort to get the Loubeque more to work with were the natural weapons
safe in this office? Puzzled he orderedhis disabI ." : its contentfell ui">."!hp floor.
I secret of the stolen papers.| The spirit contend with because of the unnatural which nature leaves tP the hands of
aid brought before him. There was General Love stared at his aid. Fear As he whirled HJHHI her she s.tw m Ms baseness of his motives.
; the game was* in her and she yielded the sensible nurse. Where the patienthad
certain air of gleamed iu the of both men, a face that the truce at an nd.! .
a suspicion, an contempt eyes grudging:: admiration for the cunning -I was t I HI.( it was a fight would be a fight been fed meat l.uctlmade\ a
the of Gibson that told mutual fear for a mutual object. Who I he Knew of his loss and would .'
in figure i that
very of the man who even in his most |I to tlu : ;trr end. She must find out broth; where witch doctors bad stimulated -
was this unseen enemy who struck at nothing to regain his !secret' I .
k acute suffering, managed to conceal stop i where :It' was. what nature of place a weakened heart and system! ,

such fierce blows from out of the dark? everything from her. Even: in delirium Swlftl> she sprang through the ')!im'll j I this lIIi-':'1 i Ire. what chance for rescue she >d.nd so much depended

[ And Lucille, sweetheart and daughter; door, losing herself in the mass of! passengers there'sShe back 5Iani'a.
r his itowrrfnl, train resisted her sugjrestions. ; must ;get to upon the little brown tart if she re
rf Lucille the pampered dainty fragile huddled! against" the mil Below rill the papers were no better
f her lIilltlId in one of I cov erect then Lucille knew she would
Lucille was undoubtedly near this one them sounded that horrible! i-sin.I: .; than rairs IK .e. She must start imme-
tier days: of ministration; to him shediscovered have made no mean friend in the grim
who even commanded the lightnings todo !sound the sound of unbridled! fire 11fatel lI l\,'
I the diary iu which he had chief who called dalll to watch his
his wilLCuriously ,' Lucille felt au overmastering impulse I A l-iii- s .;; 'TW suddenly reached out
entered his strung worldwide actions daughter: for a few moments t1lt? >n.
e e e e e
l e e i 1 The International spy was able! to : within her to remain with! this i Iffotv h... Motionless she stood and without a word woull1c1i ppt'ar.n.1

Hugo Loubeque watched terror anything save the great threatening .tire.l at .r. From another direction
lt walk about his his
room now :: eyes:: I friends meant so much to her now It
the operator as be settled: back in his that looked so nioustrous j dine the 'ackling report of a broken
t !showing the satisfaction be felt at ocean I was such a task she bid laid out for

..chair almost immediately receiving the thwarting her. They played chess:: together now waitin' the tiny craft that: <-r.'aed twi:. in .'very direction, as though herself the way was so stormy and

flash that a message was on the wayto :: dined together with always down .... davits... Then powerful I the -*>und lad been a signal shadows beset with thorns. But she could not

r him from I some unseen unknown the armed tlefereuce between them. a arms were nl.nut l her Slip felt flitted.; The sounds were louder now. lose. She must get back to Manila and

l source. I. state of mind so obvious as to have herself being lifted! and 'II'I'. I..J forward j lOre frequent! Then with a rush clear her sweetheart of the charge
Came a long sliver of light that seem- i i Lucille the shadows resolve themselves
huddling down in the! 'rowdodtboat him.
t { J been ludicrous had they not both been:. against
v ed to nudge the switchboard violently! conscious of it. Many times sue that was I"'!II:; lower, J to th I Into figures: of men. It was on the eighth day she w .*
.. from its fastenings a shaft that reached 1..0 She had but time to make out their
: waves.A I awakened from of the she
TLI ;: the strain was more than she one naps
out and pierced him through and brown color fear blinding her. She
: ( .! bear when she doubted the wisdom hand rfiH-cd out :11111 l r< -tt'Ur'11 t had accustomed herself to ttklnby/
through blinding! him with its burning I closed her eyes f.-arfully. knowing she-
of this trip.\ And always would her should.For: a "'t>C'UIi.i she w.iunconsciot the girl's turning; on her pallet and regarding -
light va pur. Then Luubeque felt was snrrouuded. A hand touched her
come morbid pictures of her sweetheart :- > it. then! somethiii ; her ont of eyes that held the
himself falling: falling: into a pit that i forearm the
timidly. Something; In
I to sustain her in her determination steadying i ," seemed to have no bottom.It i touch was reassuring. She looked ,
to clear him of the charge under of finger i :s made her nn.. HurLoubeqne < had seemed so Impossible to combatSlow
was !hours before he could piece about solid of clad
upon a ring scantily
I which he rested. I' .j.1 i: into her es.. snMKs ly, very slowly under the abrupt
together; what had happened, how he I n"fi"es. who stared at her in bewildered \-
with ti! :. :.' ;mg; "'xn"'sj", >i of an I: relaxation of the strain under which
chanced to be in bed what the cause CHAPTER IV. amazement Again the band
vinciK! < e Mho grieves for the weak
of the terrible throbbing pains upon I touched her arm. r
"To the boats! '
ling e. : 'i Ihs: hit .
his arms and torso was. Then the The native stood beside her evidently I
''i was on the eighth day out that I Her v.- ":.r..iswil! t-ivvard the boj ; ',.
wonder of Lucille's being with him.; much bolder than his fellows. Lucille '
the spy suddenly sprang to his I a mats: of \. .Iii'h .!au,,,- now throuj. :
ministering to him drove every pain I IT could scarcely repress a smile as she e.
feet. trtinc: swiftly to the doorof I which !el"! "'"< !I',1.! re'Csh! flame
away and he watched her from undercover caught the incredulity on the man'sface '
ti.e> ti1h'rC "t1. She stared at i ; toward .
Now a: :! f'1P11 a l i.;" ire won irt
of his heavy lashes as she movedabout as he looked at his hand. evidently
him iu astonishment amazed at the I the rail :end lance o\rinn/ard the r:
the stateroom quiet cool, sym expecting the white of her flesh ,
change which bad come over him. I bodies striking: the water in great circles : : .. "" .
pathetic.He to rub off. had beforeseen : '
They never 1
His life must have made him more / -
that lost themselves in one another : '" :
straightened in bed so abruptlyas a white woman. And the girl :;
The Orderly Told Him of Lucille' than unusually sensitive to impressions And for a second the thought '. .
to bring a moan of anguish;; from was thinking how she miht15'e this t '-. ) ... ,
Flight.tL for a full quarter hour elapsed came to her that even that inferno ofa r"" --. jt'j: c ,.
induced ;
his In the lassitude
lips. byLeubeque
thing which must a miracle to ,
appear it. .
after he had his beforea
,iperior he was himself under an- resumed seat I ship was preferable to this man beside s 5

otber's barely perceptible thudding sound her."Well them. t ... ,l { '
suspicion. It was more thanpuzzllng'
Lucille stayed close to the chief the ;\ '
from beneath the deck. : .
came Miss Love. the < '
played spy r /
more than baffling that accusatory II t l
who had touched her arm.
pair of frank gray eyes. Perhaps it may have been the premonition murmured silkily. "But I fear you one ., k
old from the
An man he was heavy
of the silent
man perhaps must return the"- ,
"Lieutenant be "I
began slowly, wrinkles that crisscrossed' his face.
foreboding of disaster on her own A plercinsj! : shriek made him turn
have tried to think of solutionto
this affair that will not some involve you. part that took her to the deck. The swiftly a shriek that lost itself in the I I I but his torso was magnificently muscular r 'tL it 1St. f.1

had the bridge and stood his carriage that of a man to > '
captain quit of wooden .
You must realize how greatly I desire heavy crunching oars ,>:.N ..
at the door of the engine his I horrid whom obedience always comes.!' There '';
this. nut 1 have thought for hours : room against wood. Came a bumpingthat
face the he tried to was something very splendid about \ :
und there other betraying anxiety seemed more like; the crunching of ;
seems no explanationof
the disappearance of the I conceal from his passengers.; Louder a wild beast upon bones than anythingshe bis steady black eyes-narrowed a bit {F1lJ'Sr...

turned papers louder grew the thudding sound followed had ever heard. Heat intense as though: to bint Mongolian; origin C"YJ t Pt' ,.
over to you. Can you suggest about the thin trilled the full -
uo .
now by a retching like the ripping nose < ;:
cheeks. She
some other person that might possibly steaming: feat upon her ,. I
of rotten cloth.. lips. r, .>- ( t ;
have an interest in their disappearance ..t...- a looked up and only the dark hulk 5a
... "A boiler iu the engine room." Lou- above ,
?" the Empress loomed her. only a i ,
tteque said quietly when she returnedto I lurid flame illumined the heavens- CHAPTER V.AChier. -> 'oJ"t'j: -
: iJ.z :
"I can. sir' steadily answered the ,
"'.;\ bis suit She was conscious of her heavy Daughter.AL .. /..... I
aid his eyes holding those of the older t
S---n r.c She stared at the spy incredulously clothing. sodden now with water: was through the night the march '",. .,., ;.iJiT"!
min "I am nut. however, insubordinate ": : I !
CamE another thought with that of conscious of the lack of support. Something Lucille shuddered .r'
nor insolent to superior utlfcer. -: ,
." my .. ">'1 helplessness a thought of which she long and wooden tilted against from the black fastues&es '' ': t :

The smoldering; flame in
came to the worst this man would attempt clutched the oar which had fitted out them in. the glow of yellow eyes _

eyes leaped high; as he graspedthe I ,, to save, to take with him bismost I to her from their liout. which hid been j gleamtd.
semiaccnsation. effort be '
By an S .. priceless possession. If only she tossed and crushed against the burning Fire balls they might have been
mastered himself! forcing hi* voice to I
steadiness. could find out where the stolen papers liners side 1 .\.;.:aui. slitk"ik.d i up i so steady and silent wi '>e animals In the Village of the Savages.she .

were concealed she would get:: them.It And within her oul flickered the spark who watched the proee--- but the
"Ilarley. the aviator. has just report- :;: was not wrong: to take advantage of : had bet.n. Laicill. ku.-es '- .
t ; ; of combat which ynth will not allowto pat of stealthy feett! ranch of
.-d that Lncilieame to him this even- ; a), ," the weakness a physlcrl invalid who dieI -. broken twigs an 01.:1..1.. :growl or from under her and beside the bed c"

lag and persuaded him to take her tit 1- ., $< ',r' possess;c
"," .... < '" Con" lor. ness l.'s'-.l sillily and I cry told her what ttlt'It .\ > -
the Eropre I well into the when their
was .j.i
was fi oe. | hy a !'fltt-.f dull apathy. j
possessed Information that would I the tears refused
clear to tow.!
sound rntri !ong hiss. The f\\> wa jut by native! coming
Felt Himself Falling.his >met... -t held Llldarm! ul..n ; party a
;yon of this curie and that the "Impress sprang to his feet again and i I How IGI.Jtiv kitIthe, dM not
opeueilthe the oar that had floated to her when I from the opposite direction. Lucille
was carrying the guilty party burns and the shork of the wires door Passensrers were nishins I know was never to know But merciful
the llfrbmt! sn-'shof| Itself! asninst. the I II was attracted by the rapid conversation -
l... room explosion be had concentrated slnmtier came to her and she was
Can you tell me anything of such wildly about the decks', their faces betraying side of buruinu be held with the chief noticingthe
the that into I the 1:1U1'| c9.s. awakened by the tender touch ef calloused .
knowledge forty years were past the abject terror they felt At a
Mountains of sifted her perturbation which showed so
waves I
Gibson stared incredulously at his the llrinz presence of the daughter; of the rail stool the captain and second band upon her shoulder. Startled
i I path. bearing her g. itly to :heir rests strongly on the old man's face when
the WU lan he bad loved at that time she apraug to her feet. then laughed at
-rior. C..uld it lot ossible that this mate supervising" the of
tiUI : i : lowering: the tie be turned nr-j r and redoubled his"
and her tL.uc'i: troughof
And she was his p.iaaiii her alai-ui. she lo"kee at the chief
old man Has to make bis enemy.Ile lifrb '* white us
willing; >: s. A faced fit(>V.-U rlibant'd It wi 'veil igb impossible for
tfi Fm pace.
sea to it WB < m I. I
must not show resentment of her I and saw from the his
expression upon
f daughter a .7II..t| for his crime1'lI against the door thrusting his I the blazing in her to keep up now. Worn out by exposure
watching; myriad stars
;\ i ,s 'n u-vable. Ami kindly Interest must not betray the head IrI..jc1-i face that he knew his child was out of
the heaven'he .*-.-:tm.IntpresH..I In i and this tramp through the dancer '
f j i I
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gentle reminders to buy candy for Briefly Recounted-\Iany -
sweetheart. Mrs. Fred Gore, I Feed to County ":
your Interesting Notes of 1IfliHIIIIMIiMIIMMH

chairman.Next was the Colonial booth, an ex- InterestBy I is peculia'PrisonersIt but the good deedsherfcrmed : "D i J J. illY W9 1W" [

quisite oil painting of Priscilla, prop- ( Arthur hey, Class 191;)) the that .
ere always ones
of Miss: A. Echols, greeting
erty you "That orchestra, 'to use a much
are the slowest to receive publicity.
as you entered the doorway. The ladies advertised phrase, continues to im- .
I Yesterday for the first time, it became .> r.,
in charge were in Colonial cos- -- -
its latest concert, given Friday
prove -
I krown that the big hearted Dr. ..
Mrs. W. G. Hamomnd, chair- -
evening, showing marked superiorityover
: P. Phillips' made fifty hearts happy I Ion ; _
man. former efforts. The I
program when ,
Thanksgiving! day he fed
Across from this was the Indian consisting of three selections was 'I !I
that many prisoners at the road camp.
tepee, built of pine boughs and pal- quite pleasing throughout.A .
I The "feed" consisted of ten gallons of j jI :
mettos, Minnehaha and the Indian called meeting of the senior class i
i I ice cream, pies, cakes, turkey, and
maidens within. Mrs.: I. W. Phillips, was held Friday afternoon for the : everything else, including a liberal I': r-..,
chairman.A of discussing the advisabilityof I '01,
purpose supply of cigars. The prisoners will i :

very capable committee under giving a Christmas entertainment.The remember Dr. Phillips' good act for : ', Inaatr- %

Mrs.\ J. W. Simmons served chicken class is so busy at present and a long time.SEKEDJO. J

supper on Thursday evening, turkey time so limited that it was decided to

supper on Saturday, and lunches at place this entertainment entirely in d \ ,11\Qw J1

other times. Large American flags I the hands of committees, thus doing 2 YEARS

and jessamine vines were festooned I, away with the necessity for calling :
from the ceiling. Large pumpkins any further class meetings to man- i
<- were on the entrance posts. Everywhere I age the affair. Committees appointed : Young Man'ho Entered the

one was reminded of Christmas were: Program, Misses Bessie Yearby Home Friday Gets
and "goodness," and it was a ;I Quigg, Annie Crux and Roxana Ir- (
i 2 Years From Judge
splendid opportunity to "buy candy." I vine, and Mr. Carl Henderson. Dec- S\ I
Warlow ,
Miss Anna Echols' hand painted orations, Misses Ruth McCulIough: j I

china made a beautiful display. i and Annie Henderson, Messrs. Arthur i I '
I The man who attempted to I'
Equal Suffrage League i Newell, Willis Rogers, Arthur Ivey, young I'' I
enter the house of Ralph Yearby, on
The Orlando Equal Suffrage League Kimble Hughes and Sidney Newell. '
North Orange avenue, Friday night
will hold its regular meeting Wednesday j On the second school day of the 1 about 10 o'clock, yesterday gave hisi '? 1915 HARLEY-DAVIDSON Horsepower 3-Speed Sliding Gear Transmission Automatic
at 10 in week the board of trustees of the i
a. m. Unity Chapel
cor- | 1
1name as Robert Campbell, stating j Mechanical Oil Pump. Step-Starter nd 66 Refinements, $275.CO.
ner Central avenue and West street. i Orlando sub-school district inspectedthe
that his parents lived in Indianapolis, I ,
All members and others interestedare schools under Prof. Coleman's dio
Ind. In court yesterday he pleaded I i Orange Avenue
urged to attend. Roll call will be rection. W. WHITNEY WRIGHT 129o !
guilty. Judge Warlow sentencing him |I'' nfltUlilM .
responded to by a suffrage current I The
recently organized Classical' to two years imprisonment. Campbell j
event. There ill be a short business o club held its first regular session i has all the appearance of coming I MHMtlllCMHHM IIIIIIIOIUMII >OMMII

meeting and a parliamentary drill Tuesday, December 1. An entertain- from a good family. : ___ ____ _ ______ ___n __

preceding the program, which will be ing program, consisting of historical !i,_ 8 I

in charge of Mrs.: Stanley in the ab- I readings, made this initial meeting MYSELF AM) ME! ;

sence of Mrs. Schnarr, who will be in both interesting and instructive. Following I Ill
attendance at the state ( C.: if. Krjant) :
suffrage con- the program, a short business )
l I'm the best pal I ever had, : Pharmacy
vention. The will be "Flor-
subject | session was held at which a most important McElroy's
I I like to be with me,
ida Laws of Interest to Women About :, matter was discussed namely I like to sit and tell myself

Crime." If you believe in the political -; I; whether or not the society should 1 j Things confidentially. I
t equality of women come and give 't I j I often ask me if I would or should, i iI
adopt a constitution. Not wishing a Orlando Fla. Established 34 Years
And I find that my advice to me
f us your support. matter of such importance to be de- I Is always very good.I I ,

t "Smiles and Miles of Smiles"A cided hastily the president appointedMiss walk with me, I talk with me, --- -- ------

number of the young men wore : Theresa Warner and Mr. Willis I tell me right and wrong;

I smiles that would not come off this Rogers as a committee of two to investigate I I never knew how well myself I t
And me could get along.
morning, and when questioned as to and report at the next reg- I I've been out with the crowds,
c the reasons they: showed little cards ular meeting as to the advantagesand And compared me with the lot,
; with the inscription: disadvantages of having a con- And I've come to the conclusionI'm I

t "Rev. and Mrs.: R. P. Cobb invite stitution.A the best friend that I've got. I H

l: you" to the annual senior-junior dance former member of the senior And Just trust get yourself together with with you yourself, i I :K: a :0 mA :B:

<' T: Yourself will like you if you do.
i December
l Thursday, seventeenth was in evidence upon the school cam-
; nineteen hundred fourteen, at A
pus Thursday in the person of Robert FOOTBALL GAME
t eight o'clock."

, These annual affairs of the Cathedral !I Lewter. FOR XMAS SURE
t Finis-not! yet, but soon-will be :| Friday afternoon the Sanford high
school are always productive ofa I ,
II written to the task of publishing the school came down and met the
good time and it is predicted that
I first edition of "The High School I lando high school in a game of or-I
this one will eclipse all former functions. and examine line. Prices
Echo." All material has been collected Call our $1.00 to $20.00 .
r ball.The
I typed, arranged in order, and the Orlando team defeated the I
t- There was a reason for the smile.
copy handed over to the printers Sanford team by a score of 14 to 0. I

I (The Sentinel) at noon Friday. As O. L. Bean and "Yellow" made the I J
Don't put it off any longer-do it soon as the proof is prepared and ac- touchdowns for the home team. :

today-use Sentinel want ads. and cepted the work of printing the 500 This was the first game that Orlando 0 fcO Pharmacy Agents

t get what you want. copies will go merrily forward. The has played with an outside I
editors expect to have the papers team, and they certainly did good

!. They run almost anything and everything ready for distribution by December j work. Next season they expect to i I II -

r on wheels these days. 118. ( have a stronger and better team. 6

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