The morning sentinel
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Title: The morning sentinel
Uniform Title: Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 6 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando Fla
Creation Date: December 8, 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: UF00079945:00204
 Related Items
Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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Mexican Problems, ST. JOHNSCOXFERECE TOURISTS 1 f i Before_Congress i OF

Washington, Dec. 7.Protectionfor Washington, Dec. Developments

Americans on the border from indiscriminate lof the opening day of the last sessionof
firing by Mexican sol- sixty-third congress

BILLS TO BE PASSED diers is now squarely up to President AT LAKE JES- TRAVEL WILL COME :[ without a doubt that the subject of GUNS, THROSHELLS

i national defense is to be the most im-
plain today that he did not intend to portant business of the congress this

ONE BILLION APPROPRIATION have tests the against state thes department outrages pass over pro-to GOVERNMENT JFICIAL PRESENTUpon I P. RAILROAD OFFICIAL SAYS SO i i winter.resentative President Gardner Wilson of Massachusetts and Rep-- 5,000 GERMANS ARE CUT OFF

the war department as before. I !, conferred on the latter's reso-

This claim came when Governor .i lution for a commission to in..estigateI
Action Will Likely Be Taken on Hunt reported the shooting of D. T. Officials' Report U. S. Will Statement Based on Careful Investigation j I adequate strength of the army and Reported to Have Been Annihi-

Merchant Marine-Presi Lane, an American citizen, at the Act-Judge Cheney of Or- by Road's Rep- navy. lated-Allies Press Offensive -

dent's Message Will postoffice at Naco, and Secretary lando Was Present at resntatives All Over The president later issued a state- All Along Line-
Bryan telegraphed the governor that ment that he would not support the

Be Read Today he would refer it to the war department Meeting Country Gardner resolution. Representati..eGardner Other War News

issued an interesting reply.

Washington, Dec. 7.-President I Secretary Bryan made public information Representatives from Seminole and Eighty-five per cent of the winter Senator Lodge introduced the Gard- Paris, Dec. 7.-Many German guns

Wilson calling into action the final !I that six Americans had been Volusia counties yesterday agreed travel for pleasure or health this sea- ner resolution in the senate. Mr. have been established at a point just
will be to Florida, according to south of Nieuport and today their
session of the :
sixty-third son
congress robbed 140 miles south of Vera Cruz. that a thirty foot bridge sixteen feet Lewis introduced the resolution for
the gavel fell in the senate and houseat I lie said the state department would the statement and belief of Samuel an investigation attempting to put servers directed a vigorous and terri-
above the water mark need-
high was ble cannonade Dunkirk two
against ,
noon today, and the legislatorstook I have to provide them safe passage to Moody, passenger traffic manager of the blame for existing conditions on
up the tasks they abandoned late I the United States. ed to span the St. Johns river at the the Pennsylvania lines, who was in the Republicans, and Senator Cham- and one half miles west of Nieuport.This .

in October. Crowded calendars con- Senator Robinson's resolution in south end of Lake Jessup three miles Jacksonville yesterday.Mr. berlain introduced a bill for a national is the first time that the en-

fronted both houses although it is Moody stated that he had instructed emy's guns have found a target so
!I' the senate investigating charges in from Geneva. When this bridge is council of defense.Representative .
that the short session, expiring 'I his division and state -I far west of the Yser, as this is the
apparent : the press that agents of Carranza placed in position by the United passenger Vare of Pennsylvania -

March 4 by constitutional ,I had paid two United States senators States government it will be the con- agents, his assistant general introduced bills for the strengthening northern extremity of the allies' line.

itation, must be devoted largely to $75,000 to effect a withdrawal of necting link in the state highwayacross passenger agents, and the traveling I of the army and navy by the Unofficial reports estimate the losses -

the annual appropriation bills. I' of troops from Vera Cruz was not the St. John's river to Geneva, passenger agents in all parts of the purchase of modern equipment. Representative of the enemy along the Veer line

Little time was lost in preliminaries taken seriously and went over their connecting with eastern and northern country, to make careful investigation -, Kahn of the military af- to have been severe.

in either house today. There I, heads. points. of the temper and trend of the fairs committee issued a statement At one point the Belgians operat-

not the excitement attendantupon traveling public and to report to him. ing with the British blew up a bridge
The Hon. Judge J. M. Cheney rep- that the state of national defenseswas
the convening of a new congress, BIG COAL COMPANY STRIKE resented the Orlando Board of Trade; The digest of all these reports, he terrifying to thoughtful citizens. and a body of 5,000 Germans was cut

when members are sworn in for their' said, showed that a little more than off and annihilated. All along the
Mr. M. M. Smith, of Winter Park, General Weaver, chief of the coast

terms. I Wilkesbarre, Pa., Dec. .-Because and Major LaDue, of the engineeringcorps 85 per cent. of the winter travel this artillery, has informed the house for- battle line to the Argonne region the

Crowded galleries were present in one of their number was discharged of the U. S. war department of year will be to Florida. tifications committee that guns on allies are pressing the offensive with

senate and house. II I 500 men and boys employed by the Washington, were present at the con- The war is the cause of it, he says, the latest battleships of other na- determination and vigor.
The vice-president, the speaker, and all other channels of travel being The French and British attack is
I Lehigh and Wilkesbarre Coal com- ference, which was a very importantone. tions outranged every seacoast de-
the leaders and the rank and file of closed Florida and Califor- proving greatly superior to that of
pany struck today. It will benefit Orlando and Or- except to fense gun in the United States.
the upper and lower bodies seemed I ange county in the respect that it will nia, this state is chosen as the best the Germans and advantages are be- J

refreshed after their six weeks re- i furnish readier and better communi- for the winter months. lIe looks to ing gained everywhere by the allies.

spite from work and there was a big M. E. CHURCH HAS MADE cation over the state highway. see lasting results in the way of hun- 60TH BAPTIST MEETING Recruits

attendance upon the floors.A About fifty business men repre- dreds of new settlers and thousandsof Prevent in Belgium

survey of the calendars shows i senting commercial clubs and boardsof additional investors in Florida be- London, Dec. According to the

almost a record breaking legislative PROGRESS trade from various cities attendedthe cause of new people coming for the AT PENSACOLADU. Reuter Telegram company the Am- ',

program, the features being as fol- conference. No objections to the first time to the state. What they sterdam Telegraaf received a dispatch :

lows bridge were received except a letter will see and feel will be sufficient to stating that strict orders had i

Fifteen appropriation bills must REPORT FOR FISCAL YEAR from an Orlando man. make them Florida lovers. Mr. Moodywas POULSON WILL BE UNABLE been issued by the German military '

be passed. This means that congress IS A VERY ENCOURAGING Judge Cheney, who returned last accompanied by Mrs. Moody and TO ATTEND authorities in Belgium to prevent any ,

must apportion more than one billion I ONE night, stated that Major LaDue would two daughters, and the trip was one CONVENTIONTo attempts of young men to join the

dollars between December 7 and make his report to the officials at of business and pleasure. Mrs. Moody colors of King Albert. ;

March 4. There will be approximately 'Collections for the Year Have Washington, following which action and daughters had never before visited Be Held at Pensacola for t

65 working days, making the av- would be taken. It is expected that Florida, and he said he had a Crown Prince Wounded
Been Good-Much: Has
erage appropriation per day about the bridge proposition will be favor- hard time getting them home, and Three Days Commencing London, Dec. 7.-A dispatch to the i

$17,000,000, estimating that the total Been Raised on New ably received. Major LaDue was on only succeeded by promising that Tomorrow-Many Notable Star from Rotterdam says it is per- 4

appropriations will' be at least $1,100- ChurchAt a government boat and started upon I they should come back this winter I Speakers sistently reported that the crown j

000,000, as compared with $1,116- his return following the conference. I for the season. prince of Bavaria has been seriously 1

000,000 for the long session just past. the close of the morning ser- wounded in both legs.
Following the session the
womenof The sixtieth annual meeting of the
A filibuster against any of the ap- vice Sunday at the First Methodist that community gave a big fish New York, Dec. 7.-Julian Hawthorne Florida State Baptist convention will !
propriation bills will result in the report church Dr. Wray read the report of Servia Wants Peace
author 69 old
fry to the visitors. It was a delicious years was be held this week in Pensacola, com-
of a special 'gag" rule in the the year's work. Ninety-three mem- I "fry" and everybody returned struck and injured by an automobile mencing tomorrow and ending Fri- London Dec. 7.-Amsterdam learns I

house. A cloture rule is impossiblein bers have been received, 42 of these well fed and happy over the pros- today and sustained several cuts and day. Dr. E. T. Poulson, pastor of I that the Rechspost Vienna declares

the senate. by profession of faith, and over $20- of the bruises. that Servia intends to conclude sep-
pects getting bridge. the Orlando Baptist church, stated
Despite the big task attaching to 000 have been raised for all purposes. arate peace with Austria now that
last night that it would be impossiblefor
the passage of the annual supply During Dr. Wray's two-year pastorate :I Belgrade has fallen. 1

bills, some time must be devoted to more than 200 members have 11 CASES NET CITY $$16 iTO TAMPA THURSDAY I gent him matters to attend concerning on account the of local ur-

important measures on the regular been received and more than $35,000 'church which forced him to remain Many Are Wounded

calendars. The conservative program, raised. This great c' rch is splen- I Petrograd, Dec. 7.-A telegramfrom
\ here. It is likely that some one from
the ship purchase bill, amendmentsto ciuly: organized and hard at work. Net Drawn Over Breakers of Orlando Golf: Team Will Jauntto the local Baptist church will be ableto Minsk states that for the past

the currency law, rural credits leg- Sunday night Rev. Dr. H. E. Davis This Week to two weeks trains laden with captiveshave
Automobile and Other City. attend a portion of the meeting.The .
islation and immigration legislationare pastor of the First Methodist church, been passing there. The town
Laws :Monday Wasa Bring Back the opening session will begin at 9
matters which members in both j Miami, preached a sermon of great was bombarded by the Germans aftera
o'clock Wednesday morning with Senator -
houses will attend to press. I power. Drs. Davis and Wray were Busy Day demand for surrender was refused.
C. A. Carson, of Kissimmee,
When the house adjourned late in neighbor pastors in New Orleans sev- I pre- Fifty houses were destroyed and thir-
shine. A siding. Dr. W. B. Parshley, of Live
Thursday, ran or good
October there were pending as unfin- eral years ago. Dr. Wray left yesterday Police court was interesting yesterday pa ty persons killed and more than 200
number have their Oak, will deliver the annual sermon,
ished business two bills, to amend the for the annual conference in for the large number of penal- already given wounded.
names in at the office of Mr. Jas. L. beginning at 10:45 a. m., Wednesday.At .
currency law, and the Henry cotton I Arcadia. Col. T. J. Watkins andC. ties assessed upon violators of the automobile -
Giles, the of the Orlando 2 p. m., Wednesday, the three
; president
relief amendment to these bills. E. Howard will also attend.At laws. Seven cases in which
Club. boards of the convention, consistingof
The passage of these bills was pre- the annual meeting of the offi- motorists figured came to the atten- Country COURT HOUSE E BUSY PlACE
who the trustees of the Florida State
I Every player expects to accept
vented by the Henry cotton loan I cers of the Methodist church here tion of "his honor, one of the cases
the Tampa golf club's invitation is Baptist Orphans' Home; trustees of
amendment directing the placing of the following statistics were given being speeding.
$250,000,000 in Southern banks to be I' for the past year and will be pre- Charles Morse, arrested by Officer urged to give in his name at once, so Columbia college, and members of the Circuit Court Opens Today-
the Florida state board of missions, will
team be forTnursday's
loaned on the cotton and tobacco I sented at this conference: Carter for exceeding the speed limit, play can arranged Also Regular Meeting' of
meet in joint session to prepare the
crops. Added to the church, 93 members. was fined $5. game.
The various reports for submission to the County CommissionersLight
Orlando club wants to taka
As soon as these bills are disposedof From the Sunday school, 22 mem- J. F. Henry, arrested by Officer
down food bunch of Those convention.The DocketThe
the District of Columbia appro- bers. Denton for running his automobile a players.
who attended the last contest in Tam- report of state missions will
priation bill, the first of the annual Collections for the year: Women's without lights, was fined $1.
will remember the handsome and be made by Dr. S. B. Rogers, of Jack- court house will be
pa a busy
budgets, will be ready for report from societies $2,480; Epworth Leagues, Edwin Beeman arrested by Officer
the appropriations committee. It will $310; Sunday school, $997.39; Sun- Denton for turning his automobile generous entertainment given the Or- sonville; the orphanage report by place today. The regular monthly
lando and will be desirous of Rev. J. D. Aycok of Tallahassee, and of the board of
players I| meeting county com-
be followed by the legislative, execu- day school for missions, $691.71; on around in front of the San Juan, was 1"
in the Columbia college report by J. A. missioners will there
taking part Thursday's contest. meet and the
tive and judicial appropriation bill. new church, $14,000. Total,all causes, fined $1.
The time not be Bryan, of Jacksonville. W. A. Burns, session of live-
may entirely convenient gives promise being a
If the house should have a breath- including ministry and conference col- W. H. Thompson arrested by Offi-
lections for every player, but for that of Quincy, will make a report of woman's ly one, as several matters of imor-
ing spell on appropriation bills! it has $17,982. cer Carter for disturbing the
-- peace I matter, no day could be hit upon that work; Wallace Wear, of Lake- tance are to come to the board's at-
on the calendar bills of major impor- and
disorderly conduct, was fined $5.
would suit all players, so the slogan : land, on home missions, and C. L. Col- tention. The circuit court of the sev-
tance which it can consider. They G. H. Sparrow, arrested Officer
SPARKMAN TO DAYTONA by is: "Go, whether it is convenient or.. lins, of Jacksonville, on foreign mis- enth judicial circuit will also open.
Denton for his
riding bicycle the
on sions. Dr. is also
areThe not. Rogers secretaryand Today will be "naturalization" day,
administration bill for a gov- sidewalk, was fined $1.M. .
Convert-Wkl; The local players will make treasurer of the state board of as several foreigners have filed
every pa-
The coast guard bill, to combine Will Daytona F. Thompson, arrested by Offi-
effort to return with the long end of missions. pers for citizenship. The docket in
f' the revenue cutter and the life sav- 'I Journal Into a Daily Pub- cer Peel for turning his automobileat
the score, thus evening up the con- the circuit court will not be a heavyone.
ing services. Pine street and Orange
bill combine tion-Left Yesterday avenue, test that was staged in Orlando in DIED FROM NATURAL CAUSESThe Judge J. W. Perkins, of De-
The coast guard to the was fined $1.
: for New Home November, resulting in a score of 25 Land, will preside. The first busi-
and the life
revenue cutter saving W.1.. Lege, arrested by Officer
to 22 in favor of Tampa. ness of the court will be its organ-
services. I Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Sparkman and !I Peel for runnig his automobile with- jury impanelled Saturday to
The Foster bill, to conserve the ra- I ization.
dium two sons left yesterday for Daytona, out a light, was fined $1. I investigate the death of a three year
supply, already made an order
under a special rule which was tem- Fla., where they will make their I'I Roy Williams, arrested by Officer I BOY SCOUTS HOLD MEETING j old step-son of a Mr. Welch came toa

porarily withdrawn.The I home. Mr. Sparkman is one of the Carter for being drunk and disturb- Troops 3 and 4, Boy Scouts, held a verdict yesterday when it was an- NOONDAY MEETINGThe
Barnhart printing bill, to check best the nounced that the boy died from natural -
newspaper men in Florida, and ing peace was fined $5. session last night at the Methodist
waste in the of-
government printing Christian and
fice and save about $1,000,000 a year. I was private secretary to Congressman 'I Sam Griffin, arrested by Officer church. Another cross country hike causes, pellagra being the fatal Missionary Alli-
have decided to their mis-
This is in order only on Wednesdays.One L'Engle until last spring, when Peel for running his automobile with- has been arranged for this coming I malady. ance keep

of the principal bills sent over j I he resigned to accept the editorship : out a light, was fined $1. Saturday, with Scoutmasters Wood- sion room at 22 West Pine street
to the senate by the lowed is the each week from 12 1:30p.
body I open day to
of The Sentinel, which paper changed Tony Taylor, arrested by Officer nich and in
urnett Lindsey charge.
immigration bill which
for the next few months
I m.
tains the literacy test that brought ownership recently, and at which time Gallins, for being drunk and using JOIN THE ARMY so
about a veto by President Taft nearlytwo he retired from it. profane language was fined $5. I working men and tourists may finda

years ago. This bill will bring He has been looking over the field I With the exceptions of Taylor and CATHOLIC CHURCH FIFTEENIore place to rest, read and write, and

en a protracted senate debate. in the state with a view to Williams the rest of the violators especially wait on the Lord for spirit-
buying or
The Adamson Today, being the Feast of the Immaculate
general dam bill; theFerris -
) left for Christmas ual refreshing. Free to alL Come!
their .
bill to develop water power on establishing a newspaper and has acquired paid Conception of the Blessed

the public domain, and administration the Daytona Journal, which is Virgin Mary, is kept as a holiday of Shopping. Bargains readynow.
bill for the
coal, gas,leasing oil, sodium and developmentof phosphateand issued weekly, but Mr. Sparkman ex- water color Florida pictures obligation in the Catholic church. Shop early. Read the THE WEATHER l !!
I I10f
other mineral lands of the United pects to shortly begin the publication I for that Christmas present, at Mass at 6 and 8 a. m., and Rosaryand Sentinel Advertisements. Florida: Generally fair rising i:
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S a morning daily. Curtis & O'Neal's, Orange avenue. Benediction at 3 p. m. \ temperature.


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t Stphnon'. Fiat Locomotive.

FAULTLESS The pat first into locomotive operation was In completedand 1814 by FINE ICE CREAMS AND ICES

George Stephenson wbo was born In
t.. Wylam. England. June 9. 1781. lie I
i was engineer at a colliery when be
Invented a traveling engine to draw Telephone 664and
l lE wagons along a tramway. tepbeD-
E ton's first locomotive attained a speed
of six miles an hour. Improvementafter
improvement was made not only I we will deliver your
!i RUBBER GOODSr In the locomotive, but In the rails and
in 1S22 Stephenson oj*>ned the first I
f railway, which was eight:: miles iu Ckik.kCE1JE:
t length in lSJ: his locomotive the
Rocket reached a speed of thirty-flve I
r 3rn milan hour winning the prize of For Sunday Dinner
I 2.TiOO) offered by the Liverpool and .
Manchester railway company The
) entire system: of railway locomotion. New York Ice Cream Specialty.
i, with stationcinals i tender and ; my

t carriages was completed with the In Philadelphia and Fancy Ice Creams to O rder
our lIratiou of the LJvenM: ( l and :Man
cheater line in 1tvJO StrpbenM wa- I ;
f '. i largely:: Instrumental!" In evtnblishing 1 Wholesale and Retail Bricks Cans.
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N all the Kuff'i-h: '! and foreign:: aims dur I 1
r Y :9 I lug the first period of railroading. He
FOR FOR BACKACHE died in 1S4S i Neapolitan Creams Always in Stock .
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Saved by Ready Wit I '
The late Emperor Alexander of Russia \
tried hard to put a top to alto i c EOEFLEE:
E holism In his army esp -eially among -
his Otlkt'N.'bplJt>Ter a case of inebriety ; '
came to nU notice he ordered j Residence 205 Liberty St., Corner Mariposa I
summary punishment of the offender I
J One evening an officer of the guards ':
Around the Corner. Prices Reasonable.
i I decidedly the worse for liquor was i( Factory

driving home in an open dro:hky, Slid- i I' __ .. __ :J R=.""" ---I\, A ...... 90.,
denly. to his utter terror he saw the
czar in his open carriage coming from
r 1 !N4Osver the opposite direction. Motioning the (.
officer's driver to stop and stopping his ,
own carriage the emperor exclaimed
"Major X. what are you doing
E here?" I

Palling by: the himself!czar's together presence partly the offl sobered COOK WITH GAS

1 cer stood np. saluted and replied with
i ESTES P PH MAY Y shaky voice: '

drunken"Toor officer majesty.to the I am guardhouse.Just taking" a

This'pre1en'e of mind and ready wit
pleased the emperor so much that be
Phones 61 and 95 Drug Sic re on the CornerHAIR1SOM London pardoned Strand.the officer there and then. 1. Convenience 6. Speed

Moods of Musicians. 2. Comfort 7. Efficiency .
I Before the moods of genius the I
world must ever bow in awe. for is it : Cleanliness 8. Safety
not to the wayward wanderings from 3.
the normal that inspiration itself is! 9. Perfect Regulation
due? says a writer in the London Lady. 4. Simplicity
The gloomy moods of Beethoven are I of Heat
traditional but every time they en-
HOUSEHOLDPAINT wrapped his spirit there flowed from I 5. Accessibilityl! 10.
his pen the most noble of scores.
Turning to Schubert, we find that It
was in the gay moods of the GermanInn
that his genius: worked. Under I
their sway the "Serenade" and many I
'formosteyetything other Immortal themes were pennedon 7. EFFICIENCYEfficient
a tavern table tiny scraps of paper
being: used that came to band. Pa-
m1J! ) Easy to use. ganini was so wholly the victim of
moods that It was no unusual thing: because the fire need not be lighted until all the food is
Easy to buy. for an audience to wait in vain for his
m contribution to a concert program. ready to be cooked. Because the moment the cooking is done
..u When due to appear some fantasy of
Small cans. the moment would impel him to remain -I the fire is turned off and all expense ceases. Because there is no
In his poverty stricken room
1_ 16 Colors and grimly toying with the inst.ument, waste as the fire is concentrated on the place where it is needed
which should have been moving his

ALL GOOD. hearers to tears. and none of the heat escapes up the chimney. Because when

Wears well. When the Heat distant Lightning.horizon is brilliantly you cook with Gas you utilize every cent's worth of fire you buy.

illuminated with flashes of light: on
Looks well. warm summer evenings old residents
will explain that it is caused by "beat
What more Heat lightning is really the re dec. '
thin of ordinary lightning. Afar off

can you ask? there is a thunderstorm. Light travelsat ,
something more than 186,000 milesa '
a>second while thunder travels slowly GAS DEPARTMENT
through the air and soon becomes in
audible to our ears. It is this light reflected
SOLD 13Y upon the clouds or mist near J
the horizon which we see and call
Jos. Bumby Hardware Co. beat lightning. Sometimes vivid displays -
of northern lights or the aurora
borealis. are erroneously called heal ,
OI-.L ANJO. lightning.

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Where Pepya Was Buried.
The church of St. Olave's. In Hart
REAL ESTATEWe street. London. Is one of the eight that Capital $50,000. Fully Paid Up.
escaped the great fire of 10GG, as wellas
one of the most ancient of LondonIt Incorporated In Florida; Therefore Under Stale Control
small with tower that
is a building a
: is surmounted by a vane In the form
of a crown which is said to
I orate Queen Elizabeth's commem-I; i
We buy d sell all classes and kinds of Real Estate. to give thanks for her release
In the Tower of London
f If you want to buy or sell the earth it will pay you to call and make a present of silken ropes for I II I lifE extend a cordially invitation to Investors and
: the bells. One of the most interesting
f. and talk your wishes over with us. .: associations is the fact of its being the W, Property-Holders to call at our office, to learn
burial place of the great diarist Sam-
t The of this firm has had of
manager years exper- uel
: Pepys. the most progressive and conservative methods.To .

ience dealing in Florida investments, having sold
over a
: Up to the Author."I .
am thoroughly ashamed of this protect your interests this Company aside of their
million dollars worth of Florida Real Estate in the last "
said the teacher
two :I sternly composition"and Charles I shall certainly send for financial strength, give Bank Gaurantee whenever our
years. mother and show her bow badly
you are doing." clients demand it. Enquiries by mail promptly an-
We are well posted on the value of all classes and "All right" said Charles cheerfully. ,

"Send for her. Me mudder wrote It.- swered.
kinds of Florida property. We want listed with us all Exchange.

bargains in Real Estate, and we want customers for Real Age of Discretion. HENRY BENEDICT, PresidentOffice
Willie Paw. what is the age of discretion
Estate Bargains. ? Paw-That's when a man pets
old enough to keep his face closed Phone 570r
when be has nothing to say my SODI .- over Peoples National Bank.
Cincinnati Enquirer.

Examiner>w.children what la thedifference
: between "pro" and "con T'
Bright Boy-Please, sir. Uieyre spelt
D. WAKING, Manager :" lifl'erent.-Luvdon Punch.

Rooms and Watkins Block Phone No. 6311115tf Johnny-Papa, wbat H a "philoso Sentinel 'want Ads Get Results
: p err Pa-A man with a good liver

f r o: heart Chicago: stomach News. and bank account

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Doeant Forget His Glasses Now. will participate, and the program
The London Lancet publishes the following UNITED STATES ARMY IS shows that there will be plenty to

i it\ "I Holborn happened in: the to go evening into a for restaurantIn a meal IN FINE STATE OF amuse visit Orlando and interest during the the thousands fair. Run-who

ni ial l Hill and sat at table about threequartersof ning and harness races are announced

an hour eating dinner and afterwards for each day, and there wil Ibe num-

smoking while thinking out a PREPAREDNESSWashington erous entries for each event. Prizesare
little problem. during which my eyes offered for all manner of farm
probably became, unknown to we.
products, machinery, articles -
fixed in more or less of u stare. That
evening I did not happen to wear my Dec. 7.-The United poultry, live stock, and other things.A .
a high-class development in the spectacles and -ould not distinguish States army has a six months reserve special feature will be the school :

details of anything :i few feet UWII). supply of clothing, shoes, camp equip- exhibits and it is plain that there will :

t" prettiest section of the city. Is Just before I ruse to go out of the restaurant ment and supplies, and in this respectis I be t many happy children after the JESSE L. LASKY
u man crossed the floor and in a better state of preparedness : i'
fair for the clever ones win
nine blocks north east. may
shy. boxed my ears much to my astonishment
than: ever before, according to a state- PRESENTS
acd said. Take th.it. you impudent numerous prizes, if they go in to
Sidewalks all the way. Has young bounder for glaring at me ment today before the house military win. The book of the midwinter fair I

like that' I was too astonished to say affairs committee by ilaj. Gen. Ale- comprises eighty-six: pages, and is.!I EDWARD ABELESIn
several new houses under con- anything for a moment. thinking the shire, quartermaster general of the thoroughly comprehensive and very j

man had taken leave of his senses but army. With Gen. Aleshire as a wit-
struction. Has water, and interesting.Times-Union. James
gas Montgomery's Highly interesting Play
before I could jump up to expostulate:: ness and Assistant Secretary of War
electricity. Is in the highest he had run out. so the irate diner never Breckiriridge present to volunteer
knew the truth that I had not seen him Of course the risk from bomb- "READY "
suggestions, the committee began MONEY
point in the city, being 28 feet at all. I have always been careful sinceto throwing spies was figured in the ,
wear my spectacles in like circum- hearings in the framing of its army: price in all of Charlie Schwab's war .
higher than the business sec- stances for fear of innocently giving appropriation bilL contracts. !
i i i"Sti'kat.it"
offense. Gen. Aleshire said that with cloth- i iI iI

tion. ing in the army .depots the United
must be Cleveland's
Taking Time by the Forelock.A
peculiar phenomenon watt observedin States could outfit 175,000 men with motto. It's still demanding taxes on I I

east end society circles recently. A clothes, in addition to the regular cur $311,000,000 from John D. Rockefeller.

certain college youth barely twenty rent supply at army posts and that .

years of age has been making; himself within twenty days the war depart-

C Colollial l n l Hill crowd the very age agreeable of when:little boys girls.and usually popular Now twenty shun with the Is a ment similar 15,000 could pairs arrange of shoes for the and deliveryof of for a :Mighty- convenient-Sentinel- wants.- 4b .

extraordinary supply underwear -
society of children and spruce themselves BEST SELECT OYSTERS, 50c. Quart f $e4;
and other articles. lie said
up for "fussing" with their own

contemporaries. But this youth flirts there was a reserve supply of 2,616 The Waldeckcr Fish Co
cot. neither does be dance. The debutantes tents which would accommodate eight

sigh after him. but in vain. lie men to a tent. FOR FISH AND OYSTERS s'Ar.
is on the market. Prices rang- buys candy for maidens nine and ten ..
"With the start that we have, he
Phone :No. 5. 206 Boone StreetP.
years old. but none for their elder and
from to added, "we could keep pace with the
ing $350.00 $600.00 per presumably more attractive sisters. M. and W. O. COX
"You like little girls, don't you. recruiting of men, in time of need,

lot. Costs nothing to see it. For Paul?" asked 8omebod.kltJdlng him. with their clothing. Our factory at 10-23-tf +RU Aa 4 r

"Oh, not articularly.i .** he sighed.; Philadelphia could manufacture 1,000 '
further information
see "You see." he went on seriously "it garments a day-coats or pants. We I in w4'I
will be at least ten years before I hal! :
could take care of 300,000 or 350,000men
season's be able to marry. By will that be time this of the army and militia within irM LL "
year-olds twenty sl
and Just rightDon't; you think it i* thirty days and could provide for cC U L LO C II S Five Great Reels of Dramatic Action. A Paramount

well for a man to begin early to make 750,000 within a reasonable time." Production.

acquaintances in his own set?"-Cleveland Gen. Aleshire's statement broughtout

CARl DANNGood Plain Dealer. Breckinridge the fact that is working Assistant on Secretary a list of I : Department Store i

Moslems of the World.It "
I private automobiles that could be : "THAT ORCHESTRA
is a striking;; fact that there are
5.000,000 more Moslems than Chris taken over by the government in time ,

tians in the British empire. One-sev of need. Mr. Breckinridge himself One Real Musical Organization.

entb of the whole human race is Mos explained that In the European war "I

lem. The really significant fact is that the experience had been that automo- China and :
the proportion i* not at a standstill; It
bile trucks could keep up with any
Is in.-raisins There C0.
early. are -
ThingsTo movements.Gen. Glassware
OOO.OOii Mohammedans in India. and lOc20c
the number is steadily growing. During Aleshire said the cost of rations -

;; the last decade the Moslem popu- had increased in America and I
lation of India increased by 9 per cent decreased in the Philippines.. [Cooking
while the total population of India in
SOUVENIR DAY-Every person attending today'fc
creased by only 2 per cent. Many
more natives are becoming Mohani UtensilsWatch performance will be given a complete little magazine on

medans every year than are turning to MAIL YOUR PARCELS EARLY the story of Paramount, containing photographs and

Strawberry Jam Christianity There IM.OOO.OOO Mohammed window for Monday history of Prominent Actors and Actresses.
jus in Java. Mohammedanism
Blackberry Jam Is absolutely dominant in Persia. To- Washington, Dec. 5.-Postmaster specials. I
day nearly all the sacred places namedin I .
General Burleson joined the "shop ------ --- ---- ---- --- -
Raspberry and Currant Jam the Bible are under Mohammedanrule. early" campaign today when he issued 1:= 128 S. Orange Avenue
These are but a few instancescut 1.1tI'
White Cherries of many showing the onsweep of Christmas suggestions with the It..
Islam.-Cbristian Herald. injunction: 111111111111111111111111ISANDBO THE OLD RELIABLEDANN'S
Red Cherries "Mail your parcels early."

A Hard Language. Official sanction for the use on par-
Leesten !- said the perplexed cels of the caution: "Do not open un- TRANSFER

Peaches Fremhm:1U."Ohen you give a bing til Christmas" also was announced. ,

... you cannot keep Vem: So?" Names and addresses of senders Dr. B. WIENENGA., Prop.
Pears "So. said the English instructor. Two Compression Starter 1
should be written on each packageand .
"But when a hones man gives 'ees

Comb Honey word.."So.See said keep the.t instructor.t'tD. So?" suggestions also included say. in Postoffices the package annually the- MM\ [SPECIALLY Y JOR FORDS Livery, Draying and HaulingI

Clear Honey in Bottles "But when *ee give 'ees word. 'ow are confronted with the problemof

can 'ee keep Seem: ? Does 'ee take 'eemback disposing of thousands of parcels Will Start Any That
Halibut and Cod Fish .
Y'"No" that have lost their tags or outer cov- Can be Cranked I :
I said the instructor. ering and bear nothing to identifythe GUARANTEE GOOD SERVICE
But If "ee keeps 'ees word 'ee does One
sender or addressee.The sharp pull from the
not give 'eem!
suggestions point out that seat turns the
engine over
Oh. yes! If he does not keep: his
CARUTIURS & GORE word he is not an honest man." books may be sent by parcel post, two compressions. AUTO, AUTO BUS AND TRUCK .
".\b. 1 l>eegeen to see! 'Aving given packages weighing eight ounces or ,

'ees word and not taken 'eem back. 'ee less taking a rate of one cent for eacr; That "QUEER SHAPED JVflEEL"
keep *eem: all ze while?" two ounces or fraction thereof. Reg- ; Country Driving for Eight or Ten Solicited
New Modern Grocer Does
"That's it! ular zone rates apply above that
"Oh. la. la. la: What a language ees #. II
ze Englishe. See the Sandbo
Additional rules applying specifically
Phone 200
Phyfciognomy. to Christmas packages are: "Yo. I 'Phone 257. Orlando, Florida \

Lavater was not the first to write may insert in the parcel mail written i FORD GARAGE

6 and 8 East Pine St. upon the science of physiognomy or printed inscriptions such as 'Merr; .

Great and lasting as were Lavater's Christmas,' 'Happy New Year,* o

contributions to the "science.:* be was 'with best wishes.' On leaves o. --
by no means the first in the field. The .
books write dedicn .
you may simple .
first systematic treatise on physiognomy : -
Is that attributed to the wonderful tory inscriptions, not of a person' :

old Creek Aristotle. Aristotle seemedto nature. i I

ORLANDOCO have thought of pretty nearly every- "If :you desire a written communication -I : :

thing and among the rest of things bethought to accompany your parcel enclose Do not worry about your=
: of was physiognomy the art
it in
an envelope, affixing first.
of reading the character from the face. .
class postage, and tie securely to out-
Ills six chapters on the subject are I
K WEST PINE STREET still very interesting reading.New side of parcel. Place the stamps to
York American. cover the postage of the parcel upon

PHONE 122 its wrapper and those to pay postageof
The Trouble. the communication on the envel- Plumbing Seweringi
Anxious 'other-llow is it that you I ope."

Best Plumbing at Low- have so much trouble with your house
keeping? You told me your wife.could
est Prices Adult Son-She can. ,

"Then what's the matter?" Among the attractions of Florida J
We ]I
are not in the combine.
,SLA UTER'S latest inventions used "She won't."-London Telegraph.Well :; this winter should be noted that Or- : We will do for you and you pay when you 1

It all 'rst.classPlumbing lando roadway around Lake Lucerne, .
Grounded Fear which constitutes "a
boulevard encir- get readyCall
Mother am afraid Laura will never -
ConstructionReal cling this gem which has crowned it
become a ;great planl.'atber-
What makes you so discouraged* with modern, progressive and enlight-

Mother-This morning; !'blwt'd beside ening ideals of elevating civic ad-

Estate herself with joy when' I told her vancement." One should be willingto

Boughtand she must omit her music lesson to go; travel far for a sight of a road

Sold. to the dentist..--ud\-.". -. I I an that advancement.is a crown and If ideal the description as well as on F. JOSEPH RAEHN PLUMBING af! HEATING CO. :

His Long Suit."Iso.t
I apply to all Florida roads, let us become -
Deeds, the lawyer a rather extravagant -
lity Building Lots, $100; $1.00 cash : man?"* kings and advance immediately.

an4 $1.00 per week buys a Lot "By no means I've known him to I-TimesUnion.The Cor. Graves and Irvin Streets
make one suit last for several years.:*-
COLLECTED Boston Traus -ript. fifth annual subtropical mid-

notary Work Promptly and Neatly -._ winter fair will be held in Orlando
Done. Help One Another.
February 9 to 13, inclusive. The directors ORLANDO
Ba'belor'Yh should 1 get nook
N. P. HATCHERORLANDO book? I hate no wife Acent-But 1 have sent out the premiumlist
have, and 1 need your commission and it shows that splendid and

,FLORIDA nave heart-St.! Paul Dispatch.The varied exhibits are expected. The

I premium list includes the rules and tl & \v- i mo.-i
Office at Pinehurst ParkP. noblest thin I Is often spoiled by regulations and many points of interest I 1-15
love of exaggeration -1f..:lere. "
O. Box 281 a :
I I regarding the big afir. Orange, I !

PHONE 40:; 0-8-lm Osceola, Lake and Semir -'.e counties _I

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LETTERS- : I east on Pine street to the end of his
In another column a letter appears 1 block. Then with an awning over the For SaleBeautiful

,z&entinel from the pen of H. II. Topliff in regard ):front of the Arcade building, the hun-
WEEKLY to the feeding of tramps. In i'dreds of patrons of the postofficecan
............ ,
.... Editor speaking of a. free Thanksgiving dinner get their mail without going
.... Buoin oa Manager I'
/---.:. Mr. Tojlifl states that several J i through the daily summer rains or Lake Front Lot,
_...-fi Claw ie pottoffice Mail Matter.at Orlando. Flora young men had been invited to partake i, the intense heat that characterizesthat 66x200. Owner needs the mon- OUR ANNUAL
dinner but section. The employesof
.X SUUSCRIPTION RATES of a Thanksgiving particular for
.tri Year ..................... $5.00ty. had ( the bank would certainly ey and will sacrifice only
could not come because they appre-
< Monthi'...................... 2.60JDany (i $1200.
3 Months ...... .......... 125 started to work. The Sentinel does ciate such an improvement as it would
DaD,. 1 Month ........nn................. .*U not take the view that Thanksgivings I make several degrees difference in

"..eUi.l ,I Year ...................... 'Luo dinners to poor and needy tramps and the summer temperature of the room."Apple CHRISTMAS SAl[ "
Fine large Lot just off' Lake
ALL, SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN hoboes should be done away with. At -0--
ADVANCETO least one day in the year tramps Sass"There Lucerne Circle, size 75x155.

ADVERTISERS: should be given a good dinner. As may be something better to Fine view of the lake. Owner

Copy rtuunr for mast display be handra and all in at other the hand buuneurffic -ttta4T i far as that goes Christmas is ap- eat in the world than old fashioned non-resident and will sacrificeat
of the Sentinel not later than :2 p. m. proaching and it would be a noble pink "apple sass" made from genuine OF
the day before publication. This rule applies only $1600. I
to chances for contract advertising it U work for any one or several partiesin Virginia winesap apples. But
Invariable and will be strictly adhered to. Orlando to set before these dere- -
after a more or less checkered career J
Sl IIMri\K< =ro SesTrinir The Sentinel d scon- licts a dinner expressing the spiritof of travel around the United States
tiaued should notify the office in writing on Silks
the date of expiration: otherwise it will be the day and giving them cause for we have never happened to come in A Fine Little Home an and
...faM 4 at the regular subscription rates !
until notice to flop u received.Teleahenc thanksgiving. It is the habitual free i contact with that article. Of course income. Six acres. Three
....... ...........
Numb r .n. and easy, good-for-nothing class of there are some people who prefer to ,, acres of it in bearing fruit. Five

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1914. roamers that The Sentinel is object- have an indigestible pie crust above : room bungalow. On proposed
ing to. The tramp who roams from and below their cooked winesaps, but Price
brick highway, near city. RibbonsOMOllllO'
A good motto for those who are place to place who steals and ca- we will take ours clear if you please.

trying to beat time with their auto- rouses around most assuredly -o- now $3850. .
mobiles: "Life's race well won." should be punished. As the entire AdriceThe
class is to it is hard i
a menace society
o Times-Union editor claims that
Home pride is a mighty valuable to discriminate. However The Sen- he has several times told a waiting I Atha
and the citizen who has tinel is glad to receive letters from Cooper a
asset none world how future wars could forever
is carrying a heavy handicap on the the people expressing their views in be averted. But the kaisers and I T I
road to success. regard to public questions. emperors and kings go right ahead 114 South Orange ATC. Ground Floor W

--- without so much as asking the T.-U. I Phone No. 311
The gossips have already made up TAXES- I man for advice. ],
their minds as to where lightning is The good news comes from Washington 1--- --- ----- -- -- -- -

going to strike next in the matrimo- that there will not be a war I Get the news in the Sentinel first. Subscribe for The Daily SentineL
nial market. tax on marriage licenses. This brightbit I

o of news is dampened b/ "but a IS THE LAST nAY
bride who wants a certificate of marI
There is an old saying, "keep your I
riage will have to pay ten cents fora
shirt on." But judging from the appearance -
war tax
of some people on the stamp."o

streets of Orlando, they do not wear I.
them. BOMBS in SilksEverything
The bomb industry is one that Everything
should be obliterated. In New York !
Do you become chilly on cold bombs are being thrown on the in Ribbons I \
nights? Does the sun feel warm on
streets about as regularly as cigars
your back? Does it pain you to stepon stubs. Nineteen in three months and 1 Modern Dwelling POSITIVELYREDUCED \

a sharp stone? Does the sight of four arrests is a bad average. ,
food after fasting make you hungry o I I II Ii
? Do you breathe hard after run- I I
There is some talk of a "community :
ning twenty miles? If you have any
Christmas tree" in Orlando. Would HERE'S A SPECIAL !
or all of these, take warning!
not be a bad idea.

o u Located at No. 6 E. Jackson street, near High School 36 Inch Colored!! Silk Mcssalines\ our
Yes enlist today. There are hun- i building. The lot is 43x75 and the house, which is new qualify r
dreds of recruiting offices in the busi-
for 69
(Bj W. S. Branch) centHERE'S $
ness district. Prepare your list at "Ty Cobb is coming to Florida fora and modern, contains large living room, dining room,
home, then go down to the business I
vacation. Everybody will learn the :
district today and buy. Get it over right place after a time."-Tampa kitchen four bed rooms, bath, and front and rear veran- A SPECIAL !
with; then go to the postoffice and !

make all of Uncle Sam's officials hap- Tribune.Furthermore Tyrus is coming to das. The location is in pleasant neighborhood and you 40 inch All Pure Silk Crepe de Chin?

py by mailing jour parcels early. Orlando to spend his vacation, which Black and Colors. Our regular $1.50
Join the army and join the rest of the shows that everybody will find the are only ONE BLOCK from business center. This property quality .

shoppers today. Do it now. right place in Florida in time.Pronunciation .
o is listed with me exclusively and the price is mod- for $1.15 I IHERE'S

The French parliament will be abe erate. Cash or terms.
At any rate we are glad that everybody .
to have an extraordinary session at can pronounce Cracow.TampaTribune. A SPECIAL '.

Paris December 22, says an official I
dispatch from that country. Bor- Most any one can pronounce cow, 49 inch All Pure Silk Charmeuse, Bladjf

; deaux will no longer be the capital of but there are four distinct ways; to and Colors. Our regular $2.00 quality
France but Paris once more will hold sound the "a" in "Cra. Please tell

the government. This item of news us which is correct and also tell us S.Y.WAYInsurance I for $1.49RIBBONS
I will delight the millions of Frenchmen if this is the town where our big

for it carries with it reassuring Tampa dry goods man originated.
r news. The Christmas season will be -
! a happier one. Back of it all lies the Desired and Real Estate Agent

intelligence that the Teutons are not i There is just one thing that Pine
such a menace to that country as street and the postoffice needs to Lot 1
PHONE 172Gifts
they were three months ago. make the present arrangement a most

o satisfactory one, and we hope to have 100 bolts worth 30c., 35c. yd
CONGRESS that much desired improvement.Only I

Congress opened jesterday. Today Colonel Watkins can give it to Sale 17 cents
f President Wilson is scheduled to read us or deprive us of it, and knowingthe
; his message to congress. There are Colonel's enterprise and desire to i
c: many matters to come before this help the city and make his property I Lot 2

i session of congress that will make it better we think he will extend the
E i a notable one. It will not be a long awning from the State bank corner .1 100 bolts worth 40c., 45c. yd

session. Consequently into the short I __ u __ __ ____ ___ ____ __ ____ .
time must be crowded a huge amount .- Sale 23.centsLot
or labor and energy. I

F The appropriations will come first i I

anJ will be disposed of rapidly. Thisis Endurei 3 .
as it should be. All "pork" bills That

will be fought and this is as it shouldbe. I 100 bolts worth up to $1.00 '

Next'on the program will come the I Sale 59 cents
Alexander merchant marine bill. The
f president has set his heart this
z k t measure. If he succeeds in upon securing The very air is now becoming charged with the I SPECIALSFOR

t its passage another step forward and of for Christmas will be here.
f upward in the glorious advancement spirit giving, soon I SATURDAY AND MONDAY

L of American enterprise will be made;

if he fails it will be because capitalists The choice and preferred gift is the one which endures, !i 10 lb. Snowdrift Lard --_________ 90c

I. fully.and trusts have fought it success- because it suggests the continuity of love and friendship, I 24 Ibs. Pillsbury Flour ---------- 90 C

, If the forecast of what the president I Maine Potatoes, peck __________ 25c
a f is going to say today is correct Such a gift is a watch or piece of:iewelry. I I
the question of a merchant marine Extra Fine Cranberries, quart ___ lUC
will be the first subject in the mes-
, sage. It is well known that our mer- You will find'.at our store everything that would distin- i Snowdrift Corn doz. cans ______ 1.25Van

chant marine has been undeveloped in of value for the lavish I
the When the guish a first-class jewelry store-gifts rare Camp's Peas, dozen cans ___..1.25All
past. time is
ripe for
spender, and an almost unlimited choice of less expensivebut]
one we are handicapped by not hav- Hams, per lb. ______________. 20 C
ing one. There is no doubt but that charming gifts to suit the limited income.

the president will plead for a correc-
tion of past evils and earnestly implore -
the congress to upbuild the mer- We are sure our selections will {jplease you.

chant marine.

The merchant marine is at the base I

of our economic life. To lose foreign I I DICKSONIVES[ CO.
trade to hamper our resources, to allow -
money to go to other nations for i
transportation, to export the raw and T. H. EVANS iI
then import the finished product is
an evil of our industrial life. The I .DEPARTMENT STORE.

' president realizes it; the people are JEWELER I .. ..
beginning to see the folly of past

legislation. That a change in our ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE
Orlando Avenue
is Orange
system imminent, and that an appropriation -
for a merchant marine' I I
will result from this congress seems I1
to be an assured fact.
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1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 1I Mill CALL AGAIN-LATCH STRING = _- -I =

Judge J. W. Perkins and Col. Cary

D. Landis, of DeLand, arrived in Or-
LUCERNE lando this week.last night These, and two will distinguished be here all

Floridians were welcome callers at

The Sentinel last evening. Call again,

KLAW & ERLANGER present gentlemen, the "latch string" is always Diamonds, Watches,
on the outside.KISSIMMEE .

Es JJ Jewelry, Cut Glass,

I IA Silver Novelties,

:: C. F. Johnson editor of the

Kissimmee Journal, in Orlando
I Three Part Feature After The Phenomenal Stage Success yesterday on business was and favored French Ivory,

,The Sentinel with a visit. I
"THE GOLDEN GOOSE"A I Aligator Goods, Etc.

Broncho Feature In Two Parts Want ads. are business pullers.

"A RUDE AWAKENING BeautyA THAT GOOD V Don't buy before you visit our

Pleasing And Refined Society Comedy store, we will help you to solve the


: Coupons given with every admission good for the Lucerne Theatre Great gift problem.

r. Automobile: Contest. ANDSUPREME I

Same Little Prices Any article {reserved.

I .l" n apn n

ARE THE BEST FOR YOUR CAR A visit to our store will be

i M *MMIMiM MM ".. . ..,
Drums for shipping and storage U preciated. U Ullec.

tanks kept on hand.

(@rlau n nrtrty ''I Editor Sentinel:-Mayor Sperry is --

t quoted as saying that "a hungry Lubricating Oil and Greases to suit &; Oo
should all cars. Give make of when ,
tramp be fed; while The Sen- car you
-Edited By Miss Eliza Wright II
tinel editorially takes an opposite order.
Office telephone No. 179. Residence telephone No. 254 JEWELERS
:I view and would substitute punish- i-
ment for food. Change the word"tramp"
r WEEKLY SOCIAL CALENDAR president of the Orlando chapter; I to man, and Mayor Sperryis GULF REFINING COI 3 ENGRAVING REPAIRING
Mrs. W. R. O'Neal, Mrs. John
absolutely right; because !
r every
Dec. 7th.12th. Schnarr, Mrs. Mahlon Gore, and Mr. iUr
who is of P.
man out work out of money G. WALTON, Agent
\V R. O'Neal, representing the Men's I
and is
Tuesday hungry not a tramp in the
of this Office Phone 450.; '
3 P.M.-Sorosis Club; current events. Suffrage League city. I worst interpretation of the word, Residence .. it I I !: G II II ; C I e I ) . C II II t a j) I-;-catW. 11II .
Junior Matrons Card Club; Mrs. UegularIt'eting << Phone 269.
even though be going from
Louis Dolive, hostess. The Woman's Auxiliary held its place to may f.E S. Coleman W. R. Rhan I.
place and by force of circum-
"No Name" Card Club Mrs. Geo. I I
; I regular monthly meeting in the.Chapter :
McCullough, hostess. stances obliged to ask for assistance.The THERE'S A REASON FOR
} 8 P.M.-Centa Medio Dancing Club; House yesterday afternoon with writer thinks he has the best evidence VENEER CORES
Mrs. T. O. Brown and Mrs. Hurlburt 1.
Mr. Lester Beeman host. in the world that ninetenthsof :
Mendelssohn Club rehearsal, Pres- as hostesses. The Mission Study SUl'T Pl I4NTSold
byterian lecture the men who have asked for helpin $1.25Per -
room.1Vednesday class was led by Mrs. Seth Woodruff. Orlando -i.n

10 A.l\L-Equal Suffrage League, With Miss Robinson tramps, and desires were not to submit voluntarily it as Strand Up Ii; at gaining; popularity every day.

Unity Chapel. On Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock I "Exhibit A." Two or three weeks I : IT :
3 P.M.-Unity Circle; recent biogra- the U. D. C. will hold a meeting at FIRE PLACE CIILNKS AND QUALITY-THAT'S
phy. ago, before work had opened up in OAK WOOD of Painters' A PaperHangers :
We also handle a full line
the home of Miss Robinson, I
Pollyana Club; Mrs. Harry L. Bee- Mary orange picking, packing, etc., we had Supplies. 2000 Rolls Wall Paperto :
man. newly elected president of the chap- from ten to fifteen requests per day Orlando Wood YardB. y go at cost price.
ThursdayU. ter.
D. C. meeting. for food. Since work has become W. Kin sley, Proprietor ,
8 P.M.-Rosalind Club; "gentleman's more plentiful, these requests have PINE STREET AND R. R. ORLANDO PAINT AND WAll PAPER CO. i
evening." SEEIcCULLOCII.S WINDOW dwindled to one or two a day, and Telephone 314
Friday sometimes none. There are just as 9-30 $ The Sign ofthe Sun Phone 261 205 So. Orange Ave. <
3 P.M.Nullos Club Mrs.
; Sylvan -
There win- '! men here as'then, &:s& HMt I
McElroy, hostess.St. are numerous display many now but theyno -- -
Cecelia's Guild, Episcopal Chap- dows in Orlando that are particularly longer ask aid. They have found "-.. ------ --- -- --- ---
ter House. beautiful at this time. In this class work. Five young men who were
To Attend Peace MeetingMrs.
and above all else in the interestingclass sleeping in a camp just outside the
Mattie B. Davis and daughter,
is the window of McCulloch'sstore city limits and living as best they FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL
Miss Gayle, left last night for Washington -
I on Orange avenue. The dolls could were asked in to a free Thanks-
D. C., where Mrs. Davis will :
wonderful and almost human. giving dinner.
are It They sent word that
be of three of the United
one women
is one of the best decorated windowsever \ they could not come as they had Established 1886
States on the board of directors of
presented to an Orlando public.A. found work which would begin on
the American Peace Society, which that day.I .
meets in that city December 11th.
C. L. FREIGHT TRAFFIC HAS assume that Major Sperry believes -
Receive CongratulationsMrs. it is better to be "an easymark" CURTIS & O9NEAL
John Cheney and Mrs. Joe INCREASED
for half a dozen undeserving,
Cheney were very muchly at home I
than that
yesterday afternoon, receiving congratulations Freight traffic over the A. C. L. has one deserving poor man
upon being "grandma"and become so heavy that the companyhas should be turned away hungry. Fortunately INSURANCE LOANS
I he is not alone in this opin-
"auntie" to such a fine little fellow found it necessary to bring a ion.
as John Cheney Ellerbe. switch engine here to care for the
Dance Invitations large amount of local work. Respectfully, H A.L ESTATE RENTALSFOR
, C. H. TOPLIFF.The .
Several of the boys around town

have received the following invita- TOO LATE TO CLASSIFYFOR
Sentinel's subscription list is
tions from a very attractive young
lady of Jacksonville who visited her SALE-Good horse and buggy; i steadily climbing all the time. Are

cousin, :Mrs. A. R. Bogue, of this city, cheap. 208 East Robinson. avenue. you on the list? If not, why not?
12-8-6t I
a short time ago. RENT---Bungalo 5 Rooms Furnished, South Main
"Miss Annie Stansell, Miss Mary
FOR RENT-1 room cottage in Con-
Thornton, 717 Riverside avenue, Fri- Street.
cord Park; furnished or unfur-
day, January first, nineteen hundred nished. Apply 400 Concord avenue.
and fifteen, 8:30 o'clock. Dancing.R. 12-8-3t I
S. V. P." DR. J. C OWELLI Seven Room House, South Orlando.

To Pensacola FOR pletely RENT-5 furnished room; every cottage conven-, com- I Hours, 10-12 3.5, and by appointmentNo i

Quite a party of delegates left last ience. Mrs. Sarah Mann, 404 West extra charge: tor House treatment Two New Five Room Houses, South West Orlando.
night to be in attendance at the an- Central avenue. 12-8-3tc Except Night Calla.

nual meeting of the Florida Equal Telephone connections
Suffrage Association which opens at FOR RENT-New furnished house; Office cor. Orange and Central Ave
improvements ground floor.
Pensacola this morning. Those in the Also 2 -
light housekeeping rooms. 211
party were :Miss Mary E. Safford, Jackson street. 12-8-6t Take a slant at the want ads.



The largest order ever placed was for
: fifteen million dollars worth of Studebaker ,. i

1 Model 80 rolling stock, mostly six cylinder automobiles I

for use in the war. It means that there is ; --

%aii: 1125.00 real value in a machine when a discriminating -I

'f.o.b. buyer like England places such an order :

H ORLANDOEvery as this.

Advanced Feature. Come in and see the new models. .

But No Advance in Price.Orlando B

San Juan Garage Co. '

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I FOR RENT-Two rooms, facing the
., street and furnished for light lumber Lat.11s and Shingles
SENTINELWANTS housekeeping, with conveniences; five
minutes walk from postoffice; reason-
able rent. Inquire 207 Palmetto .s
FDON'T street. 12-5-3t

FOR RENT-To desirable people,
well furnished suite, bed room and
# sitting room with private lavatory.Also .

single rooms, and a garage,
The Morning Sentinel Want Splendid location. No. 9 E. Washington -
Directory is the Greatest Want St. 11-29-1mc OIl LANDO:
Ad Medium in Orlando. -.

FOR RENT-Up to date furnished
Terms Cash in Advance. house; all conveniences; 211 Jack-
son street. Also two light house-
RATES keeping rooms. ll-29-8t
For One Day ______________23t Cement Plaster and Perfection Lime
For Three Days ____________50c FOR RENT Nicely furnished sleep- Royal Agatile 1 1aUSI
For Six Days _______________73c ing rooms; all conveniences; ..
PASS THIS BUY For One Month: ____________$2.50 cial rates for season. No. 205 Magnolia spe-- -
This rate applies on all ads of avenue. 12-2-lwk I r
25 words or less. If the ad con-
tains than 25 words the rate
more FOR RENT-Suite of rooms now occupied -
WHAT? will be one cent per word for by Dr. Christ. Long term
each additional word, for each in- tenants only desired. Jno. M. Cheney. : ESS
sertion.If 11-13-tfc
Well to be brief we have you can't bring your ad to
the office telephone No. 24. Ac- FOR RENT Large, attractive room.
counts opened by telephone will be Inquire No. 8 West Washington St.
payable the following day. 11-8-tfc
result from the introduction and
I Every Home-Every Business- FOR RE Beautiful dwelling with Important friendships right .
Every Man: has use for a garage; elegantly furnished; on
we offer at popular Sentinel Want Ad. Lake Lucerne. Jas. A. Knox. the most important ones come through the right banking con- !

prices that should interestall 8-27-tf nections. Association is the keynote of all business success. We :

FOR SALE FOR RENT Small flat, modern
who have a buying thoughtin :
veniences, unfurnished. Jas. A. invite you to open an account with us where a personal interest -
their head at this time.
Knox. 11-3-tf
FOR SALE-A good work horse. Can
Call in.Ve will gladly fur- be used anywhere. 15 hands high is taken in every depositor.ORLANDO .
and perfectly pintle. Call on S. S. FOR RENT-Large convenient rooms
nish detailed information.Ask Jones, near Lake Lancaster, on Con- for light housekeeping. Also pleasant -
way road. 12-4-61 sunshine front bed room on first

us to day. conveniences.floor. Private 315 family West and Central.modern BANK & TRUST CO.
FOR SALE-Furniture, dishes and 11-24-tfc.
two fireless cookers, etc., used by
ORLANDO BUILDING & LAND CO Civic League. Apply to Mr. Hugh
Allen at the fair grounds. 12-2-lwc FOR RE Apartment of four nice-

ly furnished rooms; gas, separate J
II North Orange Avenue FOR SALE OR TRADE-One No. 5 bath, new house; adults only. 604 -
608 Oliver typewriter, with splendid !Magnolia avenue. 11-10-tf- 1I1I1I11I11I1I1IU .
leather case. Machine in excellent
condition, used but very little. Call WANTED
OPPOSITE SAN JUAN HOTEL between 12 o'clock noon and 2 p. m.

for terms. Inquire at Sentinel office. EXPERT STENOGRAPHER and sec-
11-28-tf retary wishes whole or part time SUB-TROPICAL EXPOSITIONMID
FRED B. DALEC. work. New York experience of several -

H. BRYANT FOR SALE-Ten acres fine orange years in commercial, educational,
DAYIS & GILES. Counsel : land; about 3 acres cleared; 3-4 ofa and literary lines. Rapid dictationto
F. A. PEPPERCORN Contractor mile south of Gill's store and 1-2 machine. Address B., care Senti- -Wlt.JTEROBI.
mile east of Lake Conway, on terminal nel. 12-3-6t*
of proposed brick road. Ad- -- -
dress Anna H. Piatt, R. R. No. 1, Box ROOMS FOR RENT .

43, Orlando. 11-24-lm. :OO. 'T .lA.F'EEe94 f

I Business Directory.'j FOR SALE-Nice, comfortable home NICE, LARGE FURNISHED ROOM, .., ... .. .
to adults only. 409 Delaney street.
for small
For- family; grapefruit, guava
and orange trees; six squares of post-
j BUSY MEN.\' office. Apply to W. D. West, 510 1915EDUCATIONAL

i : Marion 11-18-lmo avenue or Hotel Astor. MISCELLANEOUS ,

I Lady's pocket plain
Bouton Brothers corner Church FOR SALE-Five room house, one leather, between wub:ch's and the
Shoes mile fiom court house, $650. One
and Orange avenue. repaired I grammary school. Contains lady's
while you wait. Best rubber heels, I Liberty Brush automobile, $75. In- gold watch, bills and silver. Returnto
40 cents. Best English tan leather. quire Shoe Hospital, 8 East Church Col. T. Watkins' office. Mrs. Embracing Agriculture, Horticulture, Floriculture, Domestic
street. 11-17-lmo.
Phone 487. 11-15-lmo W. R. Yates. 12-6-6t*

Arts and Crafts, with exhibits of Stock, Hogs and Poultry,
Up to date painting, papering, etc., FOR SALE-One ,
seven passenger NOTICE-I will not be responsiblefor
is the kind you want. Where to get six cylinder automobile, 1 year old, any debts contracted by my and the products of South Florida. Racing, ,Polo, Sports

it? That's easy, phone 636. W. T. first class condition. Don't answer wife, Marian Aker, from this date,
Lectures and Entertainments of all kinds
Entrican. unless interested. Address Bargain, Dec. 5, 1914. C. AKER. Areoplans ;x:
ot Sentinel. 11-14-tf *
1-20-U'1 care 12-6-6t .. .

Eat all you want. I FOR SALE-Cabbage Plants,Charleston IF :MONEY: IS ANY OBJECT to
Eat what you want. I Wakefield, $1.00 per thousand. you, come to II. Kanner's New York ; ; -For information or premium list, address
Take a postscript and forget it. Frank Phillips, Pine Castle. Bargain Store. We will sell new
For sale by all druggists.l7d&wlyr. 10-28-tf I goods for the holidays at socrifive I !
f 'I prices. 12523tI VVM. R. O'NEAL H. H. DICKSON I Pres'tWe

FOR SALE-Fine cypress fence posts.I I. : : : : :
Inquire of Frank Phillips. Pine Cas- MAKE: A SPECIALTY of planting :
Atlantic Coast Line tle. 9-18-tf orange and grapefruit trees; all III I I I III.. ...... III I II
trees guaranteed to live. References

FOR SALE-Forty acres of fine furnished. Charges, $6.00 per acre.
TOURIST TRAINS hammock land; eight in grove; the Address, Box 222, Ocoee, Fla. -
present crop of oranges will be from 11-10-lmo
from 750 to 1,000 boxes; 500 trees all told,

NORTH AND WEST ready for setting-10 acres in lake, TilE WILLOLA HOTEL 406 South zwJJftrJ
one and quarter miles from Apopka. Orange avenue, is now open. Beautiful I 9r
Price, $5,000. Address W. II., Box location near Lake Lucerne. I 'y
178. Orlando, Fla. 9-21-tf I Home cooking. Spacious \eranda.
"Dixie Flyer""Dixie ---------
For Sale Mrs. W. T. Walker. 11-19-lmoc '

Limited" 30 Acres, citrus and vegetable land received of Foster Bros' famous
20 fenced, 10 cleared, crop on it now, I Subsoiling and Dynamiting a car
> Limited""Montgomery
e of all kinds
done on short no-
ready for planting trees this winter !I
I tice. A full stock of dynamite in
Route""South and crop next spring; near school and
church half mile of railroad station i j I magazine at all times. See L. N.
Atlantic Limited" ; ; Lewis, 406 S. East street, Orlando. Beds
good neighborhood; four miles from I 11-13-1mo* Porslanlyke Iron
court house. Special price if taken in I .
Pullman from St.
cars Chicago, next 30 days. Box 4, Orlando. : -
Indianapolis, Cincinnati, Louisvilleand 10-2;">-tf LOST AND FOUND

intermediate points to Jackson- I I I T There is nothing that will compare with the finish
FOR SALE LOST-A gold fob watch chain, with
ville, Fla. Nursery stocK, one two, three and I Lockport golf medal attached. Finder Foster Beds and OUR PRICES for these
four year old buds; Foster Ea'-i>' please phone 1024-4 rings and receive that are on ,
l'ineapr' .. .''av Hurr,o...sera, V .-Sington reward. 12-6-3tc
Dining Cars Navel. Address Mrs. M.Kahle, beds are far less than others charge for the

Apopka Fla. Phor.e 2222. 3-lS-tf LOST-Red horse right hind knee
via swollen; 2 small white spots back of style bed that has nothing near the finish. We: would!

Atlantic' Coast Line FOR KENT left dress shoulder.Bill Oliverio Reward, Box to 753 finder., city.Ad- like you to call and see thisjline' ; nothing like it&iii\

LOOK-City! lot and 10 Buick; $235 12-5-31
each. W. R. Higgins, Orlando and the city.5 *
Standard Railroad of the SouthJ. Chuluota. 12-6-12tc LOST-White violet pin, set with

G. KIRKLAND, D. P. A., pearls. Reward if returned to
FOR RENT-One room in small family Hammond & Bunch's store. 12-2-tf
Hillsboro Hotel, Tampa, Fla. ; modern conveniences; privilegeof We give coupons with all cash sales.

A. W. FRITOT, D. P. A., light housekeeping. Inquire Room BUYERS AND SELLERS
6, Hyer-Davis Block, over Evans
3S West Bat St.. Jacksonville, Fla. jewelry store. 12-6-3t
I I buy, sell rent, and exchange real
I II I estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla.,
FOR RENT-Nicely furnished rooms. over 30 years. Have handled over
305 East Pine street. $20,000,000. Call and see me.
12-6-6tc. 10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER. Kincaid & Snowden

P'flPtVPPt FOR RENT-Large pleasant furnished I
Don't wait for In
every one town to
rooms with private family; have Entrican the
painter, before
t close in. 302 North Orange avenue.
12-6-lwk you try. Am too busy to look you I
up. Phone' 636, and 1 will be on the f.z- Low Priced Furniture House.
JEWELER job. 1-20-tI
FOR RENT-All or part of furnished, I II
comfortable, homelike, old fashioned I Orlando Florida
EXPERT WATCH MAKERI 5 room cottage. Phone care Eat what you want. Cor. Main and Pine Sts. I
Sat! all .
67, 712 South Division street.
11-6-61 Take a postscript and forget it.
make a specialty of Fine For sale by all druggist I I7d&w.lyr I
Watch, Clock and Repairing \
Jewelery -
FOR RENT-Rooms, with or without I 1- r -
; Diamond Setting,Ring
and Spectacle Repairing. board; also rooms for light house- Who is your painter and decoratc.r! 1I Dr. F. F.
keeping; apartments from 1 GORDON'S ThompsonDENTIST
Bring me repairs others have to 4 rooms, each at very reasonable If you are satisfied keep the one, you I I I ; CARRIAGEAND ,
failed to do, and I will repair prices. Inquire of F. L. Anderson, have; if not, phone W. T. Entran.?
112 West Church ; Ne. 6X8. 1-20 tf
them satisfactorily or no charge. street. Phone 49. -
My prices are reasonable.: 12-6-tf
Will open an office at

FOR RENT-12 room boarding house, NEIL McDUFFEE DR. L. H. RAMSDEU 113: S. Oi.
TRANSFER .nge Are. over Curtis &
almost new; 9 good bed rooms, electric :- -- B BAGGAGE !
CHAS. VATER : lights and bath; $35 per month.F. Contractor OPTOMETRIST O'Neal's Store.
L. Anderson, office 112 W. Church and Builder (Succcoaor to Dr. v.r.w+-/ 11-6-tf
street. Phone 459. 12-6-tf

East Pine Street, at Young's FOR RENT even room house; Arcade Building. Orlando Piano and Furniture FIT GLASSES GRIND LENSES Another blessing of peace--we are
Repair Shop ter, gas, electric lights, bath, I I not
barn stable, chicken house; lot 100 wa-I Moving a Specialty AND DO ALL KINDS OF having to organize rifle clubs to
11-4-d&w-lm 200 feet. Apply at 735 North I Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand's I repel an expected and dreaded in-
avenue. 10-31-tf Coal Yard, phone 566. 9-31-tf 8 E. Church Sf. t vasion.


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Americana In Ireland. Malay Superstition *

PUSH OFHANO' UNTIMELY Dublin the, capital, U as distinctly A Malay child bas to be sturdy to I '

different from Belfast as Washington survive the perils of his birth and ;; | |

U from Pittsburgh. fur Dublin has few babyhood. Only an Iron constitution .

W. and J. Lost Greatest Honorin Industrial plant and U a hotbed of could bear the balls of rice that are l I Book

Football World "'henlIan"ard politics It tins many historic spots. stuffed Into his mouth or the cold bath
fine monuments wide streets a splen- which greets him immediately on his lir.c
Beat : is
did university a tine castle and a appearance in the world. But It i.s not

Them ---- I cathedral where the famous Dean that a Malay mother is indifferent to : e lt-

I Swift -cupied the pulpit for years. the physical welfare of her offspring. !

.ew York, Dec. 7.-A little dash of Cork. too. is a pleasant city with a When her child falls ill no one could weican!

temper, a little push of the hand, and style distinctly its own. and here the be more solicitous. The house and the
. the Washington and Jefferson team American feels at home. It seems that village are ransacked to find the causeof I j
, half the residents there bare friendsor I ] ea
was beaten out of the greatest honor the sickness. If it is suspected to '
relatives in the United States, and be in the interior of the house the ;
that could come to it-the undisputed one t Is continually bearing stories of services of a native doctor are obtained. 1a j

championship of the eastern football these friends The majority of the After concentrating; his thoughts

world. Irish who return to Ireland seem tool upon the pit' of his stomach; for a

It's a story that reads a bit like >t-n up a business in Cork for 1 counted time he will probably call for a "fe

fiction; a story that has its dramatic no less thuu a dozen shops on Patrick male cocoanut" Taking then a knifeof

side. And its pathetic side, too, for street with the word "American"attached a peculiar shape he mutters incan -
to their signs. There was an i A
the man whose act was responsiblefor tations in a forgotten tongue and proceeds "
American American -
haberdasher an to shave the If the
the loss of the championship by person
book American
store an photographicstudio
who has bewitched the child is living
Washington and Jefferson feels it as and an American lace ;rstore.
In the house he will awake the next ,
keenly as one can. One of the best places to see the native I
morning; with a skull as bald as the : I
of southern Ireland Is at "Paddy's '
Washington and Jefferson played cocoanut itself. .
Market." a sort of huge secondbaud
eleven games during the season just !
store set in the street in :
up open
. closed. It won ten. Yale was included The Long Arm of Coincidence. I
Cork.-Mrs. C. K. Miller In Leslie's. !
among its victims. So was the Lady Macdonell in her reminiscencestells .
of a curious incident which occurred : :
University of Pittsburg team
Music of the Chinese.
thirty-six hours after leaving
which previously had scored victoriesover Chinese music does not entirely lack Southampton. A large bird perched: hejb

Cornell, the Navy, and Carlisle.' admlrvrs among: occidentals. There itself on the summit of the mainmast. ,

Washington and Jefferson's only defeat are it appears trained musicians of a sailor went up and caught it and We hare

was at the hands of Harvard.It our own iud who seriously profess uncertainty brought it down and it proved to be a t

was a ten to nine defeat-and it whether the Chinese have: not brown owl!
really adva. cod beyond us in music. "I am superstitious;; about owls says I I : !
nine 0 at
should have been a to or, .
One autbu,'ty has |pointed out that Lady 11w: ?.oel1. "and was very depressed
the worst, a nine to three victory for the Chinese a Te the first In the his especially as I had 1 left my favorite STREET

Washington and Jefferson.But tory of music v_ develop a system of sister i1.! The sailors tiedi :

Britain Patterson, the giant octaves. a circle of fifths and various string round the poor. dazed creature'sleg !: -

tackle of the Washington and Jefferson other harmonica! technics and these in and were rather ill treating it. so I L--- ---

team, lost his temper, justifiableas the days when our ancestors had noteven offered them 2 shilling-: for the bird ,

the act seems to have been, the evolved the simplest forms of which they accepted, and I then let it .
mt>ludy. While no one has apparently out of my jiorthole. The captain told .
tide of battle immediately shifted, contended that we shall finally arriveat
me that they often caught:: even smaller -
and Harvard, not Washington and an understanding of and a liking for bird* on the mast. i' clall.v when NDS 't

Jefferson, was the victor in that bat- something that shall approach the Chinese the will<<1u" blowing off the land.

tle in Cambridge. And because of I "harmonious discords.: there are On arriving at Lisbon we received a } TErii..-r..,

that victory Harvard rules as king of not wanting those who claim to have! telegram: 'n sav that thirty-sis hours .

the eastern football world.STOKERGERMAN discovered among the musicians and after my l.'parture my sister i had (MISSed : ;
lovers of music! a steadily increasing away lid! "il-o truly .Macdonell./ the! .

sensitiveness!"! to harmonies the existence wife of General Sir .\. MacdoneU.! my

PRINCE of which was formerly unknown brother-in-law.: It was a I"trIIt"oin.: ; ; (;!- IN- i
Washington Star. ciden<'e.-

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Meaning of the Green Bough. Offered Him Shelter.

Odd Affair When Stoker Plays The custom of placing: n green bough "One of the characteristics of my old f

Joke on Fellow Stokers- on the roof of a newly built house is comrade Amos Stillman. was braveryin
A German of High not confined to Germany but was actual fighting :service." :said the old
| !
soldier. "Another characteristic
was a
adopted by the Canadians
Rank of humor which stood him in
who itronght it with them from Brit
good stead even in the face of dangerand
to 11.Tht". custom originated from
Copenhagen, Dec. 7.-When the contributed a little to the gayety .
the Kii| erHtition prevalent centuriesago
Danish ship Isrom steamed to the that every tree is inhabited by a of his comrades."At I l t I II
three of her .. the battle of Cold Harbor. just
quay at Copenhagen spirit; iisequently it wax believed
before making the charge and while
stokers were paid off. They received that e\ery time a tree was felled another '
under the Confederate tire our eorpo.gal I t
their money in their black palms and, spirit was dispossessed, and this grove
who was over six feet high and
looking at each other, smiled know- was supposed( to cause some bitterness scarcely bigger around than a gun barrel -
on his part against society. Rather .
ingly. 1. became excited! as the enemy's bullets -
than risk having these homeless and
"Come and have a drink," cried the disgruntled spirits vent their 111 feelIng plowed up the earth about him. I i!

rest of the stoking squad, who lined upon the houses under constructionor What kind'of a place i is this to
keep a man in? he dt'mandt"tJ.bso-
the bulwarks. "You.re.not. going off upon| the builders a branch was *
lutely without protection!
with your wages like that, surely?" planted on the highest: part of the ;
"lie bud no more than spoken when
Two of the three immediately took house for their occupancy.( They were Private Stillman stuck his> ramrod in -
then supposed to be mollified and if
up the invitation, but the third, whose the ground. I II
they remained so until the roof was IJ
hands were raw with the work of the "'Here. corporal.* said he-. 'get be-
put on any evil design contemplated "
hind this. -New York Glol>f'.
refused. He
voyage from England, would prove harmless, for the spell
---- --
was chatTed because of his meanness would be broken. ._
Thackeray as a Lecturer. : -- --
he told the crowd of I --
but in reply ---
did i
Thackeray\ not always enjoy giving .
stokers that he would be back in an Brazil Found by Accident. I lectures and there seems to Itt\"

hour's time and would like to see Amerigo:: Vespucci made the first map l been a curious difference in his manner -I

them then. They said they would of P.razil. although only of the coastline of delivering them. In one town :i I ;
Auld it was the publication of this member of the audience after admiring I
wait for him, but they never expectedhe
map that led to the fixing of the name Thackeray's clear and telling delivery -

would return.In of the new world Brazil Itself was declared that in expression, he was

an hour, however, he did return, revealed to Europeans in 1500 by an like nothing so much as "a monument j J !

dressed in a fine suit and with well 'Ident-tht" drifting out of its course of grief." Yet one of his hearers at a j: .
manicured fingers. He vaulted over of a Portuguese; *,xlit>ditlon. The country subsequent lecture found him "a radiant I

the bulwarks. The others thought he Indirectly owes its modern advancement smiling; buoyant personality.'" j I

was a joker till he began to speak."I to Napoleon. To escape From Edinburgh he wrote to Mrs. Kansuawe -
have decided to present my from tin conqueror K' John of Por- : "The lectures have been a suercess !

wages to you all," he said, "for I trirtl 1 tied to his domin.\.us in America I was famously hissed for sflt'ak.Ing ;
don't need them now. You can go !iU.: believing Portugal lost to the roy disrespectfully of :Mary queen of desired

and drink to the health of Germanyin al family, set about putting Brazil upona Scots but it was ;good fun and made the ser

the war. At the same time I want civilized fouls by throwing open Its the evening more 3mu in;:. I am to repeat -
to thank you boys for the good time (torts to the whole world. the lecture here and so for reading -

1 have had with you. I'll never for- -- : out of a book for sixteen hours shall

get iL""What A Bit of Forestry. get {500."-London
is the truth about you"asked Mail t
"Do you know how to tell a !hardwood -- j
one. "I knew you were not a
tree from a soft wood tree?" Weather Forecasts. : I
You're eh
stoker. a swell
"I don't know," was the reply, "butI said a lort"f'tt'rI.U tell you how to The first attempt at scientific forecasting :; nxpel. :
don't mind confessing now that I do it. and the rule hold good not only of the weather was the resultof j '

never handled a shovel before. I here among: our familiar pine and a storm which during:: the Crimean '

wanted to get back to Germany where walnuts. lull in the antipodes among war. Nov. 1roil! :most! destroyedthe I | | '

they think I am in one of the English the strangest banyans baobabs and fleets of France and EndludSI | | { '

prison camps. I escaped. Here's; my whatnots. Sott wood trees* have nee storm bad raged several I days earlier in ; I

card and my stoker's wages. Now, dle leaves, slim narrow almost uniform France. Vaillant. the French minister .
since I have got a change of clothesat in breadth. If you don't believeme of war dire-tetl that investigations!" l lit' :: i

the embassy, I will be able' to get consult the pine, the spruce or the made to see if the two storms were the ; j

home soon and then I will soon be at fir Hard wood trees have broad same and If the progress of the disturbances : f

the front fighting,: the English"With leaves of various shape--the oak. the could have l been foretold. It I
that he went off, leaving the I
was demonstrated that the two were in
the j
stokers dumb with surprise. When ebony, walnut the mahogany and
so on." reality one :storm and that its path I i
they recovered they looked at the
could have been ascertained and the Fla.
card he had left. It bore the name ;
fleet forewarned In ample time to reach I
of one of the princely houses of Ger- She Doesn't Shut Up. safety. I

many. Mr. 'laUe-Uld you bear what be 4
called his wife?
Sheffield Silversmiths.
Statistics of 1910 show that males Mrs. Flaue-"o. Among the silver masters of Sheffield -I ; i
in Nevada in the ratio "A delicate little plant. '
predominate, England it is rather an established -
of two to one. That fact, howev practice to encourage the emj I+ I a

will not deter the Massachusetts delicate little plants generally j j n ployment of families. It is more the I !i

"antis" from holding the women'svote shut Statesman up during' a storm"-Yonkers Ing rule In than the otherwise silver trade tbat will a fattier apprentice work- !

responsible for every bit of bad his children to that trade-as they arriveat I ;: :r I

legislation in Nevada from now on. Tbeartlst's Art In wife the leaned Soup. over and working age.---Exchange.- -- I i

The only fact that can be definitely looked at her husband's soup after she Consolation. /

gathered from the war dispatches is had banded it to him "Pa." boohooed the chastised son. "if

that one side or the other is al\vays; "Oh." she cried "look at the scroll I I had let Willie Siuiinouds lick m the fat has made in your soup. Isn't of me licking him would you've
the offensive.
"resuming it artistic? Don't eat it. It is so beautiful I whipped me just the same?" !

!" I "Yes. but remember that in such a
It will be a hard winter for Germany's I case you would be getting two lickingsin I I !! I

diplomatic agents in countries London's Great Fire. place of one"Judge. i long

she's at war with the Kaiser having The great Ore of London In 1M' I -- -- the

fired them all.Explosions started in a house on Pudding 13 ne The New Woman. i
and ended at liecrust alley Thin..n. Mrs. Kuicker-Are you going to takea good

thousand two hundred houses were course in a business college? I make
come home to roost, burned, including eighty-nine churches Mrs. 'kt'rYt'so I want to find out

sometimes. The New York police saya bow to get more money out of Jack. I
bomb blown there I I
factory was up After the Squeeze of the Day. Judge.

the other night. ""'bf're is that pair of old ShOd or I IAn I
mine wife T" Income Tax. I

Texas has an artesian well a mile ""'by, John have yon forgotten; we 1 "Every time I come home late." said
Jones. "I have to give wife dol-! I
had a wedding in the block ia 1weelirl'onkt'rs uiy a Fla.
deep cost more than $40,000, lar." ,
: Statesman.One :; 1 II"J
but reached neither water nor hades. "I frmipose that is your In-come tax?" ,

m-; said his friend. I --, !
lie be thatched with an II I
Somehow --
our -
other or It will soon rain through. I
not the ones the Chautauqua Owen. I Security i* mortal's cbiefest enemy. >IMacbt'th. '
managers tempt away from home.
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ette? That gate must weigh abouta war" makes the early completion of FOREIGNERS TO BE NATURALIZED Henis Petermann lhas returned -

: MAY FIGHT RUSSIA, thousand tons." I IVAN I, THE JEW AT, ROME the new plant a matter of urgent im- from Orlando where ?he spent _

Samson shook his head. It was I portance.The the week as the guest of her on, Wil-
only a slight shake, but four birds company has closed a contractfor When circuit court opens today lard C. Petermann.-Palatkn Times-
Once Hated the Russians Now
If England Conquers GermanyShe fell out of neighboring trees dead. supplying a great quantity of three foreigners will make applica- Herald. *
May Have to Fight i "No old man," he explained "It's Likes Them and Says. rifles for army purposes. An unoffi- tion for naturalization papers. Theyare 4

Russia, Say the I this darn wind. This wall is only They Are Gentlemen cial statement from a reliable source Peter Lawson of England; Wal- Governments like individuals, are

Experts !. made of cardboard, and don't weigh says that the contract calls for 1,500 ter Sachse of Germany, and B. Bar- frequently compelled by circum-

-- more than twenty pounds. You see, guns a day. oszik, also of Germany.It stances beyond their control to reverse -
Rome, December 7. Ivan,
London Dec. 7.-If Great Britain me and Delilah are going to have our The plans for the new addition as themselves.A .
marched into Rome in
the Jew today
conquers Germany she will have to taken and she always wants originally drawn contemplated the
picture I company with a priest both of them is well enough, on the whole to
fight Russia, according to many to look as strong as possible in erection of the structure at Bridgeport :
me boom the modern methods of
hygienic Hamilton \
having travelled from Budapest. Be- county, Ohio,;man has
thoughtful observers."rar between I Conn., but sudden decision
because she always sends a was
our pictures fore the war Ivan hated the Russians housekeeping; but most of us old- been shot by a hunter in mistake for
Russia and Turkey started officially : 'em home to This card- reached making Ilion the location.
t our people. timers will still insist that '
i with a very hearty hatred. Now he : pumpkinpie a polecat and for some reason, he's
November 1. Only a few days after- board wall is just to save me a little i says they are gentlemen. The reason I The suggestion that shells from hostile "ain't what is used to be." J I I made about it.
ward it was learned through German "
I work. Ah now it is lighted. vessels in Long Island Sound
for the change in Ivan's opinion is
sources that the Ameer of Afghanistan demolish ---- --
might works
I And tossing down the match so arms in -----
Habibullah Khan, had started to E J forcibly that though used it struck that he still posseses his gold watch the event of this nation becoming involved -

march against India with an army of !again, he continued on his way to thephotographer's. and chain which he thought gone for- in war is said to have influ-
ever. The priest who accompaniedIvan MY
170,000. j .-Exchange.CORONER'S enced the change. OBJECT
told the
Official British sources were discreetly -i
silent on this new development j YEft-1 "When the Russians came down THE STORES ARE AT THEIR
leaving us to infer that the JURY FINDS upon Carpathia in hordes," he said, BEST TICKLE THE PUBLICSPALATE
In "we knew that the troops had been
Berlin report was true. high I
given the strictest orders to show
here it was said the Ameerwas
quarters This is the when merchants,
I Death Was Due to Unknown Causes;
consideration to the Hungarians and
going out to fight the Russians I
anticipating heavy December sales, .
Detectives Are Yet Workingon
the Slavs. Were not all brothers?
the north of his "buffer
to state as their best assorted and
carry largest
the Case
Surely. But then, it was war time,
well as the Tommies on the Indian stocks.
northwest frontier! and men forgot in war time. i| WATCH THIS SPACE
This is the when it is :
season most
Miami Fla., Dec. 7.After an almost "The Russians came to our town : .
This attack the tribes-
savage interesting to
continuous session since A. A. shop.
of Marmoros Syzget and their commander -i,
of :Mohammedan ,
This is the when the
season news-
Boggs and his daughter, Miss Marjorie -
the with
placarded place no ;
bother India a lot and hamper
were found dead in the burn- paper advertising of merchant and
her in her efforts to assist the allies tices that property would be respected ,
ing home of Mr. Boggs the following manufacturer bubbles over with good
I the doors of
in France; but more interesting still ; only we must keep .
verdict was brought in: "Death from news.
is the curious situation of Russo- our homes open day and night. That j
i If want to spend some really I
unknown causes. The verdict was you
British affairs in this far off corner'of was the only regulation. We went to ,
signed by F. C. Bush, foreman. Near bed excited but happy. The Cossacks : interesting moments run your eye
the earth.
ly a hundred witnesses have been over the advertising in The Morning
For a century the British from the :were our brothers, we said. Well, Sentinel.
south and the Russians from the examined hoping to throw some lighton Ivan here, who is a light sleeper wak-i
Every line of it is the of .
the double tragedy. It is said message
ened the sound of
at in his
a footstep
north have fought in Persia, Afghan- :
that it took a large number of ballots an optimist.
istan and Beluchistan, sometimes I room. He peeped over the rugs and I .
openly, sometimes with the covert before the verdict could be ren- ,then fell to trembling for standing I
dered. A few people cling to the BERRY SHIPMENTS BEGAN THIS
of and :next him was an enormous Cossack IN PROFITS
diplomacy intrigue I TO SHARE
weapons BUYERS
theory that their death was purely I II WEEK
his watch and
taking gold chain. It
but always conflicting. The rulers of
while the
accidental general publicis
Afghanistan have become used to tak- was all the jewelry Ivan had. He .

ing at British bribe with one hand of the opinion that it was cold- loved his watch and chain, but he First Refrigerators Went by Express Effective from August 1, 1914 to August

and a bag of Russian gold with the blooded murder. The officers and detectives loved his life better so he lay quite Tuesday-Thirty-five Cents a 1,1915 and guaranteed against any reduc-

other. are still working on the case still. Ivan did not sleep any more Quart Realized tion during that time:
and it is stated that they feel confi- that night.
dent that they will unearth clews On Tuesday of this week the first Touring Car $555.00Runabout
that will be of value in clearing up shipment of local strawberries was
the awful mystery. WAR ORDERS BUILD $1,000,000 expressed to northern markets. Robert 505.00

First Bluff i PLANT Daniels shipped one refrigerator F. O. B. Orlando. All ran fully equipped.lYir'her. .

Lightly balancing an enormous I II and E. W. Wiggins the other. ,
of the will be able, t.. obtain the maximum efficiencyin
stone wall on his left shoulder, Sam- Ralph Jacobson one popular Remington Company Rushes Work to we
Thirty-five cents per quart was received factory production and the minimum coat In our
son rested one foot on Mount Skazoo students of Rollins College at Win- i Fill Contract for 1,500 Guns for the berries which foundan purchasing our and .ales department, if .w* r-ach an .tpat .f

and essayed to light a cigar with his ter Park spent the early part of the i I a Day I eager market awaiting them. 300.609 cars between the above dates.td
right hand. week in the city with his parents Mr. m.Jde reach this production we agree to pay .a
I I Three refrigerators will be shipped the buyer's, .hare from 140 to *6f per ear (OA or about
St. Harold passing that way on his and Mrs. Leo Jacobson. Ralph came Ilion N. Y., Dec. 7.Work of con- I j tomorrow and it is expected that the s August 1.1915) to every, retail buyer who purchases, a new
walk toward the sunset, stopped and home to celebrate his twenty-first structing an addition to the plant of shipments will now continue steadily. Ford car between, August 1. 1S14 and August

.'- for a while gazed curiously. birthday which occasion was royally the Remington Arms and Ammuni- I The outlook for the berry season is profit-baring

Finally, after Samson's fourth observed by his relatives and friends. tion company which, with machinery, very encouraging from every aspect

match had gone out, St. Harold remarked -Palatka Times-Herald. 'will cost more than $1,000,000 is being I and more berries will be shipped from 1". G. RUSH

"But Sam" (See Yeager rushed. I Plant this
City year perhaps than in Phone 226
'Wow's "Scriptural Familiarities" Somebody's always swatting the : The demand for firearms for use I any other one season in the history I

"but Sam, why don't you put that l\Iurph's-when it isn't the Tammanyboss in the European war or created "on of bery raising in this section.-Plant

.. gate down and then light the cigar- it's Chicago's Charlie. account of conditions incident to the I'City Courier. __

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t i L hillann Meollallical h l Toys J DESKS, TABLES, CHAIRS,

i J I I 25c to $10.00 ART n LLS ann T Y Beds, Kitchen SWINGS Cabinets, TRUNKS., Tea Sets, J .

I e All Kinds of Electrical Toys Games, Puzzles, Blocks, Books, f

1 I Racing Autos, Trains, All-Wood Dolls--positively unbreakable Paints, and numerous others. 1,

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

-- Humpty Dumpty Circus---the greatMonkeys that climb 25c I .

Negro DollsCelluloid 60c to
$2.25est Dogs that bark 25c
toy on earth .. 50c to $10 ,
I Babies lOc to $1.00

Baby Blossom $1.00 I


Campbell Kids 50c to $1.00
: J Doll Carts, 35c to $35

The new Nature Dolls look Tango Babies $1.00 alike

real I babies, 25c to $7.00 Undressed Kid and Jointed Irish Mail, Velocipedes I Shoo Flys, t

Dressed Dolls lOc to $15.00 Dolls. 25c and Hobby Horses.
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Most Wonderful RDF Q FGARllENTHEATRE Big Suit and Coat .


First Show 7 P. M.
ever placed before the purchasing A most exceptional opportunity -
IC.. Nestor Comedy of buying the newsmart
beautiful models: at
An event that$ Woman '
every "
. WERE SHANGHAIED.1 a tremendous r.eauclion.Our .
in Orlando and vicinitywill
wonderful prices will I
herald with JOY. DEFEAT OF FATHERS," speak for themselves. We

only ask an opportunity to
Victor Drama, 2 reels
All Trimmed prove that our values I can
not compared.
Untrimmed Hats I
Pay a\"sit to our Soda Fountain and Lucheonettc.
I II I Come Early I ,Avoid the Rush
_Admission Free until 6.30:! p.m.'
HALF P R I C E Admission,Nights,Children,3c.,Adults,lOc and Get You Choice

,. Big Sacrifice OfflillineryTTTiiii !

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Your Choice of any Hat in the Store -- Trimned and Untrimned, at just

;aalf Price'i i

This sale means every hat in the store, some beautiful French models, other handsome

models from our own work-room. If you need a Hat, now is the time to buy.If .

you have already bought, you can afford to have another at the prices we offer them

: All Hat Trimlnings! in this Sale at HALF PRICE

The YoWe1FDuckworthCaOrlando's

Largest Store, 'Quality Did It."


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Direction and Management I SERVICE EVER I .. :' '.

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The officers and Directors of this .i I IIJ

-: Bank are well known for their exper- I EXCELLENT PROGRAM RENDERED :.
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ience and business standing. They i : .. ... ,
give their personal attention to the ;- .
Program Was High Class- : IE Ir:
I .
affairs of the bank and personally pass
Were Forceful ;
on all loans and investments.The Speakers

business of this bank is confined and Eloquent-:Music i

to strictly sound, legitimate enterprises. Very Fine j.

In safeguarding the best interests of i IrU.1tGlJ'.t l San
The annual memorial services of
the stockholders they are also givingthe
Orlando Lodge No. 1079, B. P. O. E., I
Sneak Thieves liold d rcrd
same protection to each depositor. '
were held Sunday afternoon at the

< Grand theatre. On the same day in'> tor those v/lio keep their valuables .
STATE every city and town in the United ;

States similar services were conducted in our vault.
of Orlando
by the Elk lodges in memory of !;

the departed brothers. The services' Safe Deposit Boxes

Sunday were pronounced by many to :
have been the best ever held in Or- $1 per year and up.McIroy's "

lando. So great was the interest ,
manifested that the Grand theatre:' .. .
was unable to hold all of those who j t
came to attend the exercises. i,

The ., ..,
I program was especially elevating ,
I .
and delightful. The addresseswere ;: : t
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Mr. and Mrs. Leon S. Myers, of excellent and ennobling. The '
LOCAL AND PERSONAL the lion. Jos. H. Jones delivered beautiful '
New York were among tourists I I a : :
) : :.:: ::
reaching the city from the Forth yes- i and touching eulogy in praise ,. .
Mr. A. E. Clarke and wife of Tam terday. They are registered at the +I of the departed Elks. The invocation I II .

pa are among the late arrivals at the San Juan for an indefinite stay. I and benediction pronounced by the

San Juan. I I.I Rev. Dr. E. T. Poulson pastor of the

Mr. and Mrs. Geo. J. LeBar, Mr. Baptist church, were beautiful. The
Alfred Beck of Ocala was in Or- Carl Richell Misses Eunice Blanche Rev. Dr. Jno. W. Stagg pastor of the

lando Monday attending to business and Florence Diehl have returned I Presbyterian church, delivered an eloquent D i \\9 [J.

matters.Mr. from Emporium Pa., for the winter I oration praising the principles ;

and are at their pretty home 5 West of the order and paying a beautiful

: Frank Winston, of Schenectady Livingston avenue. I tribute to the memory of the de- ., ... '... .... .,. .. .
N. Y., arrived in Orlando yester- ceased brothers. : J .... : .... --.1: .
day afternoon for the winter. j I Mrs. S. G. G. Walker and daughter,]I The musical numbers were well re '1 ...

Miss Mary, have returned from Coal I ceived. The Grand orchestra gave a i
Mrs. J. E. Fields, who has been Center, Pa., where they have been so- I number of selections, and the Mendelssohn ,
visiting her Mr. G. C. Fields, has I
son journing since last spring and are Club also gave several renditions -
returned to her home in Jacksonville. '' again occupying their home on Lu- 1 of a pleasing and touching na- '

cerne Circle. i i ture"Ir.. Fritz Hauer, the well
Before having pictures see "life I known violinist, contributed to the excellence Pharmacy
motion pictures" at Evans', 100 North
Mrs. Minnie Hill and daughter, j of the program, accompanied ;,.
Main. 11-25-tf Miss Athena arrived in Orlando yes- I by Mr. Mac Tallman, manager of the

: terday afternoon on the Tampa Spe- I Grand, on the piano. ;j Orlando, Fla. Established 34 Years
Mrs. Mary O. Beeman and Mrs. 'II
In addition to the and
cial, from Atlanta Ga., and will spend
George B. Green are spending several -I the winter with Mr. and Mrs. F. X. I the above mentioned contributors to ;i
days at the Mason hotel in Jack- the Mr. and :Mrs. For
Schuller, at their home, 207 Ridge- program were
sonville.E. wood avenue. I rest Dabney Carr, Mrs. W. D. Ald- .8.-

I I redge and Miss Roberta Branch. -
M. Gross left yesterday after- The committee in charge of the
| Mr. II. A. Littlefield of the firm of
for Bonaventure where he will
noon !
to be
remain for several days attending to i I Littlefield & Company, one of the their program efforts are in giving congratulated to the public upon I

business matters. I largest fruit buyers and produce and shippers that visits of FlorIda this- such highly interesting talent. Those :I I L BOD.A.K: :

in charge of the arrangements were
: section during the shipping season, is
Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Smith ar- Mr. Jos. W. Guernsey, Mr. Harry P.
in Orlando and will
remain here for
rived in Orlando last night from Bal- Leu and Mr. Walter Drennen.Don't .
timore, Md., and will spend the win- some

ter at the New Lucerne.M. FOR XMAS SURECall
put it off any longer-do it
j Mr. J. II. Gregory, who has been
today-use Sentinel want ads. and
O. Overstreet returned Satur- j prospecting in Orange county for a.

day night from a business trip to ;' good location to cast his lot, has decided get what you want. and examine our line. Prices $1.00 to $20.00:

Jacksonville Atlanta and other | upon Winter Garden as the :
points. j ideal spot and has invested consider- II. L. Beeman never does anything .
i able in realty in and around that sec- except in the best possible way, so ,
t tion. I when that San Juan cafe is finally' J{
Among the commercial men making % \ J\ ,
finished you may expect that it will i
Orlando yesterday were W. M. t I Ii be about the classiest cafe in this Pharmacy Agents
Coble, of the M. D. & S., and J. N. j Mr. Arthur Butt the efficient tax i KHM
part of the country.Mr. I
Merrill of the C. B. & Q. j assessor of Orange county, left yesterday I I
{ afternoon for Jacksonville to I
I I J. T. Hendricks and daughter -
attend the state convention of
Mrs. E. Tutt, of Louisville, Ky., and tax as- I
Miss Violet Joyce of Frankfort, Ky., I sessors which convenes in that city j Miss Ruth, were passengers over the I.

are visiting their parents, Mr. and : tomorrow. lie was accompanied by Atlantic Coast Line yesterday after-
Mrs. T. E. Joyce near Gotha. : Mrs. Butt and son, Master Thomas. noon for points in the southern part
of the state. :Mr.: Hendricks went to
I 1I Fort business, while Miss
Myers on
Mrs. Montcalm Broward, of Fort I llr.V.. B. Johnson, representing
Ruth will visit relatives and freindsin
George, who has been spending several -| A. F. Young & Company New York,
Avon Park. ,
weeks in Orlando with her daughter i I shippers and buyers of Florida oranges -

Mrs. LeRoy B. Giles, will depart has taken up his residence in I Davlososc
today for her home. I Orlando for the season. This firm is Mrs. J. Murry Clark and daughter, r

II making a specialty of Florida products Miss Romaine, are expected in Orlando -

Recruits to the Pennsylvania ranksin I and for the past month have this week from Crofton, Pa., hav-

the City Beautiful include Dr. and I been handling large shipments of oranges ing engaged apartments at the San

.'. T. A. Steele, who arrived in Or- i j, grapefruit and tangerines. Juan where they have made their .
1.-...3; Sunday from McKeesport, Pa., Among the leading brands of fruit home for several years. These estimable -
and expect to remain here during the I they expect to handle this season are ladies have many friends in Or-

winter months. the Osceola, Eureka and Nevins. I lando welcome.who will give them a warm

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Late arrivals from the Buckeye :
Are your hens laying ? If not, why not ? State include Mrs. Theodore Arter '
and daughter,Miss Charlotte I*Arter,
Try Aunt Patsy's Poultry Food. Guaranteed who have been coming here for sev- '

Everything in the Chicken line. eral winters and have a host of 1915 HARLEY.DAVIDSON Horsepower 3-Speed Sliding Gear Transmission Automatic ;
friends in Orlando. Their home is in
Mechanical Oil Pump. Step-Starter and 66 Refinements $275.00.
Cleveland, Ohio, but that city is most
: Wright Seed CompanyPhone too cold for comfort at this time, so

they have come to the City Beautiful. W. WHITNEY WRIGHT, '1290S Apilltlllllllltt .

179 1 They are pleasantly located at the
206 So. Orange A"e.
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:Big R u..g Sale o 0:0.:

$55.00 Value 9x12 Wilton Rugs, Special Sale Price _____________________ $41.25 25.00: Value 9x12 Axminster Rugs, Special Sale Price ---------------- $19.85

$45.00 Value 9x12 Wilton Rugs, Special Sale Price _______________.;____ 33.75 $20.00 Value 9x12 Axminster Rugs, Special Sale Price ----------------- 17.90

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

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