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 9, 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
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Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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NOT MENTION "ME"President's


Hearing-Board of County Mexico Causes a Stir in I
Commissioners Meet President Devotes Considerable Condition Will Be Watched CongressionalCircles ,

.' Again Tomorrow to National Defense With i -
Space Great AnxietySeveral Commissioners
At Meeting of
Fighting Very Spirited in the
Circuit court was opened yesterdaywith and Necessity of Merchant Days Away From Washington, Dec. 8. President I Yesterday Orange Co. Agri-

Argonne RegionOtherNews W. Perkins Marine Wilson's failure to mention Mexico in
Judge J. presiding.The the Front
From War ones his message to congress, coupled cultural Report by Ald-
following jury was impanelled: Alden'"
Williamis the charge of Senator William redge of Apopka ,
annual Dec.
of from the 8.-Emperor
Europe E. J. Yates, F. J. Anderson, GeorgeR. Excerpts messageto i from that the I
Smith, Michigan,
congress delivered yesterday by ill and his return to the battle
Wenderberg, J. S. Thornton, P. T. United States had withdrawn from What's all this talk about Florida
Paris, Dec. 8.-The Germans have Woodrow Wilson, president of the
front has been The Kai-
Slemons, J. W. F. Bray, W. R. Beecher postponed. Vera Cruz on the demand of Carranza needing more hens? *
resumed the offensive in Flanders, United States:
W. G. Brooks, J.1.. Dominick, ser is suffering from feverish bron- was the absorbing topic of conver- Why is everybody howling for more
but their efforts are being met by the
allies with great determination and J. B. Redditt, J. P. Cawood, J. W. Gentlemen of the Congress: chial catarrh, which he contracted sation in congressional circles hens in Orange county?

success. This announcement was White, G. W. Canada J. D. Olson, The session upon which you are while on the eastern frontier. The day. to-I Will you believe it when it ft

made officially by the French. war II. C. Moore. now entering will be the closing ses- I emperor had planned to revisit the It'is not improbable that congress j known that there were 42,705 head of
r office today. The docket before this term of sion of the sixty-third congress, a will investigate the charge by Sena- i common bred poultry in Orange coun

With the dawn of yesterday an aggressive court is light. Some of the more important congress, I venture to say, which will front again today and an announce- tor Smith, and Senator Borah, of : ty for the fiscal year ended June 30,

activity was shown by the cases are: R. W. Hammond long be remembered for the great ment was made officially in depart I Idaho, strongly indicated his belief i valued at $_3,190. Of the better
vs. W. II. Savage, et al., damages, the reason for his failure to Sec- *
invaders all along the Yser from body of thoughtful and constructivework that there should be an inquiry. breeds of poultry there were 1,13
$2,000 C. J. Erickson vs. A. C. L-, :' as previously announced. It is reported discuss I
; refused to
Calais and Corridor, at the south of which it has done, in loyal response retary Bryan head, valued at $982.
Nieuport, where the bombardment of I damages, $50,000; Peoples National to the thought and needs of officially that he will be un- Smith's charge. No one here knows This is not the most startling information

Dunkirk continues, almost to the river I, Bank vs. James B. Magruder, damages the country. I should like in this able to resume active direction of the the facts in Smith's possession, and I however. There wer

$3,000; J. W. Wilmott vs. Jas.L. address to review the notable record campaign for several days. as he has not returned Washington 221,630 dozen eggs laid in Orangt-

Lys.Action was particularly vigorous in I Giles, damages, $3,000; and other I and try to make adequate assessmentof i tonight the full extent of his information I county for the year ended June 30.

the vicinity of Ypres, indicating a I minor cases. Several foreigners were it; but no doubt we stand too near 1 IMPORTANT BASEBALL MEET- can not be ascertained. I 1914 and these eggs were valued at

general movement in this direction. I admitted to citizenship yesterday; the work that has been done and are 1'! INGI { $57,051.

Today this effort was crystallized in I and court then adjourned until today. ourselves too much part of it to play i PROHIBITION TO BE CONSIDERED +,I This information was disclosed yesterday -

a violent attack against Ste. Loi, a The regular monthly meeting of the part of historians toward it. I I New York, Dec. 8.-At a late hour IT IS SAID : afternoon for the first time at
the board of county commissioners tonight the National Commission of -
position of great strategic value to -0- commissioners
the south of Ypres. I was held yesterday with all members Moreover, our thoughts are now Organized Baseball held a secret ses- Washington, Dec. 8.-The Hobson

The attack was made with great present. Routine business was trans- more of the future than of the past. sion to devise ways and means of successfully resolution for nation wide prohibition of A. S. Aldredge, of Apopka, wis

force and with the enemy's prodigal acted and other business discussed.The I While we have worked at our tasks combating opposition by the is to be considered Saturday by submitted to the board. The report

disregard of its cost to men. This report of Aldredge, of Apopka, : of peace the circumstances of the Federal League. There is a possibility the house committee, and the indica- was approved and will be forwardeM

death toll was great, for the attackers was the feature of the session, a por- whole age have been altered by war. that on the adjournment of the tions today are that the committee I to the lIon. William A, McCrea. at

were hurled back time after time tion of the agricultural report for -o- commission it will announce some of will bring in a special rule to forcea Tallahassee, where the complete report -'
Orange county being published in this I its plans, but there is greater prob- 'I vote the prohibitnon issue which
by rapid fire guns, the fire from the issue. The commissioners will meet War has interrupted the means of a on will be published and distribute;.
allies' pits cutting them down like but also the ability that it will adhere to the pol- ; the house members dodged last ses- Mr. Aldredge has been working o.i
again today at 9:30 o'clock. trade not only processes
of icy of utter silence. j sion.
rows corn. : of production. In Europe it is destroying this agricultural report for four
Today in the Argonne forests andon and wholesale The same reticence in regard to the months and it has entailed a great
men resources -
the heights and in the ravines east sessions was taken this afternoon by amount of time and labor. Every
WORK ON KUHL AVENUE I and upon a scale unprecedented
of the wooded sections the fightingwas ; and appalling. I the board of directors and the club "DO YOUR PAYING EARLY"C. : section of the county has been scoured

very spirited. The operationsare 1 I -o- I owners of the National League. The by Mr. Aldredge and he has made

conducted both armies and I former body held perfunctory meet- j his re1-
by the ; Property Owners Along City's It is of equal consequence that the a every attempt to embody in
given rest ing which adopted the treasurer's report A. Boone, Tax Collector, Has
troops are no day or night. : Latest Boulevard Are Making I nations whom Europe has usually port a true and accurate finding. *
The forest of Grurie was the theatreof supplied with innumerable articles of and formally awarded the 1914 $63,000 on the Books Still The next thing of interest in the '

the most deadly combats of the I I Extensive 1mI :I manufacture and commerce of which pennant to Boston, then adjourned, \i Unpaid-Pay Up : agricultural report for Orange countyis

long battle. provementsKuhl I they are in constant need and without and the National League club owners Now the fact that there were 732 milk
then got into action. One important !
which their economic developmenthalts cows in Orange county valued 1h.
100,000 Reported Taken I avenue is fast becoming one new rule adopted by the National I These
I' | $37,166. cows produced 367r
I and stands still can now get I C. A. Boone, assesor and collector
London, Dec. 8.-A Central News of the prettiest boulevards in Orlando. League owners was to provide that'hereafter 075 gallons of milk valued at $146-
of what
small formerly
only a part they reported yesterday that 374 receiptsfor
dispatch from Amsterdam says that, With the pavement completedthe imported and eagerly look to no team should carry more I II I 074. From this milk butter was prej-

according to a message from Berlin, property owners are further add- I us to supply their all but empty mar- than 21 players as against 25 here- taxes out of a possible 2,000 had : duced at the rate of 34,557 pounds,

it is reported there that upwards of ing to the appearance of the avenue kets. tofore. been issued. If the remainder of I II valued at $13,624.A .

one hundred thousand prisoners were by constructing retaining walls and i I I I these taxes are not paid on or before I! part of Mr. Aldredge's' report is

taken by the Germans when they cap- : laying new sidewalks. The new side- 1-0-1 WILLIAMS BROS. RECEIVE BIG December 31 a penalty of three per as follows:
tured Lodz, Russian Poland. 'walks in front of the Francis Correll
HAND Oranges-659,985 ; ,
erred in the way in which we have j i I cent. goes on all unpaid taxes. The
News of the capture of Lodz, this and the Edward Gross property are 670027.
I stunted and hindered the develop- J74 tax receipts represent about
message 'says, aroused extraordinary now almost completed. vurther south ment of our merchant marine. And ,, Last night the patrons of the Lu- $6,000 out of a total of $69,0000 which' Grapefruit--52,862 crates; value, ,
enthusiasm at. Berlin. The houses .T-hF.. Schumann is making exten- J
theatre of this city treated $79,871.50.Sweet
cerne were .
now, when we need ships, we have must be paid.
there are decked with German and live improvements in front of his imposing Potatoes bushels
to an exceptional good W. much' 18,840 ;
not got them. We have year after program. Mr. Boone is deserving of as
Austrian flags. No official report home. The old concrete wall W. Williams and J. G. Delloney, value, $18,952. J Jllay1,11712 J
year debated, without end or conclusion sympathy as a business man and in
has yet been received concerning the will be lowered and new sidewalkslaid. styling themselves the Williams tons value, $22,230.
the best policy to pursue with as :.justice to him all citizens with the ;
number of prisoners and guns cap- Work has been started on this regard to the use of the ores and for- Brothers, gave an exhibition of sing- Christmas spirit beating in their Cucumbers--20,835; crates; value,
tured. and it will not be long until the en- and blackface that is far :
ing comedy 18676.
I ests and water powers of our national hearts should read this notice, hastento
tire street will be handsomely finisheda above the In fact, these Tomatoes-35,048 crates value,
domain in the rich states of the West, average. ; the city hall, pay their taxes and ;
Servian Victory tribute to the enterprising spiritof
I when we should have acted; and they two young Kentuckians made one of wear the proverbial smile that won't $46,144. 1
Nish, Servia, via London, Dec. 8.- the property owners along this I {I
are still locked up. The key is still the biggest; hits that has been in Orlando I come off. In other words, "do your Poultry-Common variety' 42,705 ;

The Servian victory December 5th on "one time old trail." turned upon them, the door shut fast for some time. We feel that : paying early." head; value, $23,190. Better grade, j

the northeastern front is further em- j jH. at which thousands of vigorous men, Manager Kent has been very fortu- : 1,138; value, $982.Eggs221,630 J

phasized in the Servian official state- full of initiative knock nate in securing these artists and he dozen; value, $57-
ment issued today, which concludesas H. R. H. SENDS THANKS :
follows 'for admittance. The water power of must feel the same as he has booked GRADING STARTS TODAY 051.Milk

: I our navigable streams outside the national them for the rest of the week. They ; Cows-732; value, $37,166. J

"The enemy was overwhelmed and : domain also, even in the east- will give an entire change of program Milk-367,075 gallons; value, $146-

had to retire in disorder. In pursuitwe Treasurer to His Royal High- ern states, where we have worked each night. Tonight they will both West\ Central Avenue Will Be 074.

took six officers and one thousand 1' ness, the Prince of Wales, and planned for generations, is still work straight and will render four Graded Then Paved-Work Butter-34,557 pounds; value, $13- I
eight hundred and ten men pris- Writes Letter Thanks and several dances. 1
used it be because songs
We not as might we Is Being Pushed 621.There
oners. captured two howitzers !
to W. P. GwynneThe are many other items of in-
i will and we won't; because the lawswe
and nine other guns and also ambu- 'i RapidlyThe
have made do not intelligently MEXICAN CONVENTION JAN. 1 terest in the agricultural report which
lances, many rifles and telegraphic { following letter has been received balance encouragement against re { will be published by The Sentinel ata i
material" I I new sanitary sewer on Hughey 1
by Wyndham P. Gwynne, of Or- straint. We withhold by regulation. El Paso, Tex., Dec. 8.-Martin Es- street is progressing rapidly and will later date.

lando, and will be of much interestto Fortunately, two great measures, pionos was selected as president of
soon be completed. The work of laying -
all citizens who have contributed conceived the unlock the permanent committee of 21 delegates -
finely one to :;
ORDER ME1MSEMALKS!DCity I the curbing for the pavement on
to the National Relief .
Fund."Buckingham with proper safeguards, the resourcesof ;! named by the Aguas Calientes West Central avenue is completed.
Palace, the national domain, the other to i convention to act as a congress for 1
I :The grading will be started today be- I J
I 21st November, 1914. the use of the navigable the government of Guiterrez, during '
Council Pays Paving Bills encourage '! ginning at the city limits, and it is L. Giles Placing New Sidewalk -
"Wyndham P. i
Esq., waters outside that domain for the the pre-constitutional period in Mexico -
and Orders Constructionof I expected that before the week drawsto
Orlando, Florida. generation of power, have already at a meeting Saturday of twenty- -White Concrete Posts ;
close the work of laying the
Five Blocks of I "Dear Sir:-I am desired by the passed the house of representativesand one delegates at Mexico City, accord- :brick a will be commenced. When this Bearing Street Names ; j

SidewalksThe Prince of Wales to acknowledge the are ready for immediate consid- ing to delayed official messages received Installed 1
improvement is completed it will :
I receipt of your letter of the 29th ult., eration and action by the senate. to day from the capital. lie i -
mark another "milestone" in the
council af progressiveness -
city met yesterday
enclosing a cheque for 50 pounds con- With the deepest earnestness I urge succeeds Col. Rogue Gonzales Garza. A new concrete sidewalk is being 1
of Orlando. The
The council ordered the gravel
ternoon. !
tributed from Orange county, Florida, their prompt passage. January 1, 1915, has been decided taken from Central will be laid in front of the beautiful n f w
construction of sidewalks both I avenue
new on
to the National Relief Fund. His upon by the committee as the time 1
home of James L. Giles
sides of the East carted to side streets. These will be Lucerne
street, on Washington I I
Royal: Highness is most grateful for And there is another great piece I for reconvening the convention. Circle. Other improvements on the
street from East street to Thorn- this welcome addition to the Fund, of legislation which awaits and should graded and improved. Circle were made yesterday when

ton street, a distance of nearly five and asks me to be so good to make I i I I J
receive the sanction of the senate: I HONOR ROLL I I new white concrete posts were placed
blocks.In Beautiful water color Florida pictures -
knoto all the subscribers,his .
warm mean the bill which gives a larger I in position at various corners abjt-
addition to ordering this improvement of for that Christmas present, at
appreciation their kindness
and measure of self government to the The following pupils of the Win- I ting on the Circle. Eighteen posts 1
the following paving items Curtis & O'Neal's, Orange avenue.
generosity."I people of the Philippines. dermere school have not been absent l I bearing street names were recied

were ordered paid: am, yours faithfully, I during the month ending December yesterday and the work will continue 1J
Copeland-Inglis, $5,780.19.:
Hamilton "WALTER PENROD, How are we to carry our goods to 4th; have made an _average of ninety until the city has nothing but now

Alabama Paving Johnson Co., $1,007.89., $3,318.97. "Treasurer to His Royal Highness." the empty markets of which I have per cent. in their studies, with, not I I JOIN THE AmlYFOURTEEN poss inall sections. This will greatly I

Total, $10,107.05.K. : spoken if we have not the ships? less than eighty-five per cent. in any beautify the appearance of the i

POLICE COURT LIGHT How are we to build up a great tradeif subject, and not less than ninetyfivein streets. I ;!

T. ELECTION OFFICERSThe we have not the certain and con- deportment:
More days left for Christmas
The only offense in police court stant means of transportation upon I Second Grade-Arthur Henry Staf- THE WEATHER i

annual election of officers of yesterday was the case of L. Long, which all profitable and useful com- I Shopping. Bargains readynow. -

the Knights Templar, Olivet Com- who was arrested by Officer Dentonfor merce depends? And how are we to ford.Fifth Grade-Ruth Jones, William Shop early. Read the Florida: Partly cloudy Wednesday i

mandery No. 4, will be held Thursda being drunk. He was fined $5 get the ships if we wait for the trade I Pansing. Sentinel Advertisements. ; cooler in peninsula. Thursday I :

night. I and costs. -(Continued from page 2)) Sixth Grade-Raymond. fair.; colder. .

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(Continued from page 1) FINE ICE CREAMS AND ICES I
to develop without them? I
-- + I another of
+ propose way providing -
the means of transportation, 664
NORRIS which must precede, not tardily follow Telephone

........ the development of our trade :. ,
Jt: with our neighbor states of America.It !
I may seem a reversal of the natural and we will deliver your
II I order of things, but it is true, that
j the routes of trade must be actually
I opened-by many ships and regular ICE CEE..A. i '.
Ik sailings and moderate chargesbefore i

Our big line ofXmas + freely streams and profitably of merchandise through will them.flow For Sunday Dinner I

Hence the pending shipping bill,
Packages .J. discussed at the last session but as New York Ice Cream my Specialty.
'J. yet pased by neither house. In my
judgment such legislation is imperatively f Philadelphia and Fancy Ice Creams to Order
[will be in soon needed and can not wisely be 4

+, i postponed. ......Wholesale and Retail, Bricks or Cans.....

; : .1..1.1..1t The great subject-()--of rural credits I Neapolitan Creams Always in Stock 1",
still remains to be dealt with, and its
i orders will -_ -.--_----- --
Give us your we a matter of deep regret that the -- -- --
difficulties of the subject have seemed

deliver them Xmas Day. > to render for passage it impossible at this to session.complete Butt abill I I ::Ja::: :SOEFLEE

can not be perfected jet, and therefore -
f there are no other constructive Residence 205 Liberty St., Corner Mariposa I.
.... measures the necessity for which I
will at this time call your attentionto Factory Around the Corner. Prices Reasonable.

very; but manifest I would duty be were negligent I not to of call a '>&.w-. -- ,..._-

I ESTES P ARMA Y the attention of the senate to the fact

: : that at the sea proposed awaits convention confirmation for safety and- r.

that the limit fixed in the convention
itself for its acceptance is the last TEN ,
day of the present month. The conference -
PHONES in which this convention originated -
+ + was called by the United COOK WITH GAS
NpT,4l IJA k
States; the representatives of the
United States played a very influential -
61 and 95
part indeed in framing the provisions -
Jt: of the proposed convention;
and those provisions are in them-
selves for the most part admirable.It 1. Convenience 6. Speed
would hardly be consistent with
i+ c <* & & >? cj "!'f
the part we have played in the whole Comfort 7. Efficiency
matter to let it drop and go by the 2.
board as if forgotten and neglected. 8. Safety
I t was ratified in May last by the 3. Cleanliness
German government and in Augustby 9. Perfect
:WOttSttBHDUSEHOtD[ 4. Regulation
the parliament of Great Britain.It Simplicity
marks a most hopeful and decided of Heat
advance in international civilization.
'Ve should show our earnest good 5. Accessibilityl 10. Economy \
faith in a great matter by adding our
own acceptance of it.
PAINt -.0-

There is another matter of whichI
formosftjffltyffiinj! : must make special mention, if I 7. EFFICIENCYEfficient
am to discharge my conscience, lestit
: --I//I) Easy to use. should escape your attention. It
may seem a very small thing. It is because the fire need not be lighted until all the food is
Easy to buy. the matter of making adequate provision -
for the survey and charting of ready to be cooked. Because the moment the cooking is done

,r Small cans. our coasts.and exigent It is in immediately connection pressing with- the fire is turned off and all expense ceases. Because there is no

-W- 16 Colors and the immense coast line of Alaska, a
coast line greater than that of the waste as the fire is concentrated on the place where it is needed

ALL GOOD. United also States very important themselves indeed, though with its and none of the heat escapes up the chimney. Because when!

'' Wears well. regard to the older coasts of the con- you cook with Gas you utilize every cent's worth of fire you buy.
tinent. The work is incomplete at almost -
Looks well. every point. We have not pro-
vided adequate vessels or adequate
4 machinery for the survey and chart-
What more ing. This is a matter which, as I .
have said, seems small, but is in real- .
can you ask? ity Its has
rb,,, very great. importance
I only to be looked into be
r."" to appre-

SOLD BY The duty of economy is not debat- '.1Th
able. It is manifest and imperative.In .
Jos. Bumby Hardware Co.
the appropriations we pass we are
spending the money of the great peo-
OI-tLANDO. ple whose servants we are-not our

.. ,- only own.sible thing stewards We debatable are in trustees the and spending.and upon respon-whichwe The Fl rina R l E tat & IllV tID nt Co.

M 8 i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1.I M" 9 M I .. . ,Mllll thought should and be purpose careful clear to is make the kind our .

of economy demanded of us. I assert

REAL ESTATEWe with people the of greatest the United confidence States that are the not Capital $50,000. Fully Paid Up.

jealous of the amount their govern- Incorporated In Florida; :Therefore Under State Control,
:, ment costs if they are sure that they
-- get what they need and desire for
the outlay, that the money is being
buy d sell all classes and kinds of Real Estate.If spent for objects of which they approve -
and that it is being applied
you want to buy or sell the earth it will pay you to call with good business sense and man- extend invitation Investors and
agement. II/E! a cordially to

and talk your wishes over with us. -oIt -- fy, Property-Holders to call at our office, to learn
The manager of this firm has had years of exper- is said in some quarters that we
:, are not prepared for war. What is the most progressive and conservative methods.
ience dealing in Florida investments, having sold over a meant by being prepared? Is it '
: meant that we are not ready upon To protect your interests this Company aside of their
million dollars worth of Florida Real Estate in the last : brief notice to put a nation in the
two '"" I: field, a nation of men trained to financial strength, give Bank Gaurantee whenever our
years. "TT; H
j arms? Of course we are not ready
: to do that; and we shall never be in clients demand it. Enquiries by mail promptly an
We are well posted on the value of all classes and
: time of peace so long as we retain '
kinds of Florida property. We want listed with us all : our present political principles and in- swered. .
stitutions. And what is it that it is
bargains in Real Estate, and we want customers for Real : suggested we should be prepared to HENRY BENEDICT President
: do? To defend ourselves against attack ,
Estate Bargains. : ? We have always found meansto ,
do that, and shall find them whenever Phone 570r
:I it is necessary without calling Office over Peoples National Bank
: our people away from their necessary
: tasks to render compulsory military
WARING' REAL ESTATE COMPANYR. service in times of peace.
: I have tried to know what America
: is, what her people think, what they]
D. WIRING, Manager : are, what they most cherish and hold
dear. I hope that some of their finer
Rooms and Watkins Block Phone No. 631 passions are in my own heartsomeof Sentinel Want Ads Bet t Results

.,i- T't', 11-15-tf : which the gave great birth conceptions to this and government desires:

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PRESIDENT WILSOVS' MESSAGETO for ten years together, if the relative | they have substituted their native Argentine -
CONGRESS I efficiency of craft of different kinds tango, which my workmen
(Continued from page 2)). and uses continues to change as we will not dance."
and which have made the voice of I have seen it change under our very "Pfui!" exclaimed the queen im

C l l Hill this people a voice of peace and hope eyes in these last few months? patiently. But the order to the mu- GRANDTODAY
gUlouial and liberty among the peoples of the We shall easily and sensibly agree sicans; was dispatched, and again the
world, and that, speaking my own upon a policy of defense. The question trowels rang merrily against the rising -
thoughts, I shall, at least in part, has not changed its aspects because sides of the needle.
speak theirs also, however faintly and the times are not normal.
inadequately, upon this vital matter. Let there be no misconception. The DONT MARRY THEMA
the We are at peace with all the world. country has been misinformed. We
a. high-class development in
J Dread of the power of any other nation have not been negligent of national woman ran her husband's papera
prettiest section of the city. Is we are incapable of.Ve are not defense. We are not unmindful of week while he was away, and said:
Arthur JohnsonIn
jealous of rivalry in the fields of com- tle great responsibility resting uponus. We also feel the troubles and woesa
nine blocks north east.
nly merce or of any other peaceful I We shall learn and profit by the woman undergoes when she marriesa

Sidewalks all the way. Has achievement. We mean to live our I lessen of every experience and every country editor. They are as pooras I the Sin ol the "BELOVED ADVENTURER" Series
own lives as we will; but we mean new circumstance; and what is need- snakes and wear more patched
several new houses under con- also to let live.Ve are, indeed, a ed will be adequately done. clothes than a railroad hand. Their Antonio Moreno, Norma Talmadge and
water and true friend to all the nations of the --0I darning is enough to keep two women -
struction. Has
world, because we threaten none, close, as I began, ,by remindingyou busy, while to share their living Julia Swayne Gordon inLETTERS
electricity. Is in the highest covet the possessions of none, desire of the great tasks and duties of you must exist on soup, and' burn '
the overthrow of none. Our friendship peace which challenge our best pow- knotty wood that comes in on sub- "
point in the city, being 28 feet
can be accepted and is accepted ers and invite us to build what will scription. Take my advice, girls, and 'THE HIDDEN L ;
higher than the business sec without reservation, because it is offered last, the tasks to which we can ad- don't marry a country" editor." 1
in a spirit and for a purpose dress ourselves now and at all times I
tion. which no one need ever question or with free hearted zest and with all The old fashioned man who used to A Vitagraph special feature complete in two parts.

suspect. Therein lies our greatness.We the finest gifts of constructive wis- paddle his own canoe now has a son
, are the champions of peace and dom we posses. To develop our life who owns a motor boat named "Ish-
of concord. And we should be very and our resources; to supply our own kabibble."
'jealous of this distinction which we people, and the people of the worldas "THE KID'S NAP
Hill have sought to earn. Just now we their need arises from the abund- Mighty convenient-Sentinel wants. ,
C Colollial l
: should be particularly jealous of it, ant plenty of our fields and our marts A Lubin Comedy.
I because it is our dearest present hope of trade; to enrich the commerce of BEST SELECT OYSTERS, 50c. Quart
that this character and reputationmay our own states and of the world with
presently, in God's providence, the products of our mines, our farms, TheWaldeckerFishCo
bring us an opportunity such as has and our factories, with the creationsof
seldom been vouchsafed any nation, our thought and the fruits of our "JIM I
is on the market. Prices rang- the opportunity to counsel and obtain character-this is what will hold our Phone No. 5. 206 Boone StreetP. ,

from to 600.00 peace> in the world and reconciliation attention and our enthusiasm steadily -
t ing $350.00 per M. and W. O. COX A Selig Drama.
ind a healing settlement of many a now and in the years to come, as 1023tfMcCULLOCftS
lot. Costs nothing to see it. For matter that has cooled and interrupted we strive to show in our life as a
the friendship of nations. Thisis nation what liberty and the inspirations -
further information see the time above all others when we of an emancipated spirit may HEAR
should wish and resolve to keep our do for men and for societies, for individuals -
strength by self-possession, our influ- for states, and for man- L' sl "THAT ORCHESTRA "

ciples ence by of preserving action. our ancient prin- kind. ,

From the first we have had a clear BETTER THAN EVER
and settled policy with regard to military ORLANDO IS BUSY CITYTHESE
CARL DANNChristmas establishments. never have Department Store !

had, and while we retain our present
principles and ideals we never shall DAYSALL
have, a large standing army. If 5c lOc
asked, Are you ready to defend yourselves -
? we reply, Most assuredly, to STORES ARE ENJOYING China and
the utmost; and yet we shall not turn BRISK TRADE AS YULE-
America into a military camp. We TIDE DRAWS NEAR Glassware
will not ask our young men to spend TOMORROW

Almost Here the best years of their lives making With Fifteen Days Afar Busi- I
soldiers of themselves. There is an- Cooking
ness Is Brisk in Orlando'sStoresWindows "
other sort of energy in us. It will "THE MOONSHINERS
know how to declare itself and make Displays Utensils i.A i.
itself effective should occasion arise. Handsome
Cite us your order for And especially when half the worldis Kalem special feature in two parts.
Watch window for Mon-
PLUM PUDDING on fire we shall be careful to make The streets of Orlando representeda
RAISINS our moral insurance against the busier scene yesterday afternoon day specials. -
DATES spread of the conflagration very defi- than they have done in the last sev- --------
FIGS nite and certain and adequate in- eral months. Practically every storein 128 Orange Avenue y
PECANS deed. the city enjoyed a brisk trade and
ALMONDS Let us remind ourselves, therefore, crowds of shoppers thronged the va- I dlllMMMIIMIIMMMIMSANDBO THE OLD RELIABLE
ENGLISH WALNUTS of the only thing we can do or will rious establishments from early

BRAZIL NUTS do. We must depend in every. time of morning on.Several DANN'S TRANSFER
MINCE MEATCRYSTALIZED I national peril, in the future as in the of the stores have assumed
GINGERWe not standing their holiday decorations and present
past, upon a army nor
carry a full line of Xmas eat- I Dr. B. D. WIENENGA, Prop.
but a most inviting and artistic appear-
yet upon a reserve army upon a
ables. Compression Starter
citizenry trained and accustomed to ance. They are catering to the early
arms. It will be right enough, right Christmas shopping trade and bar- and
Send a Box of Fruit to your friends. American policy, based upon our accustomed gains in holiday goods are displayed MADE ESPECIALLY Y lFOR FORDS Livery, Draying HaulingWE

Only $1.35 express prepaid east of: principles and practices, to at every hand. It appears as if the I
Rocky Mountains. provide a system by which every citizen people are going to follow the "shop Will Start Any That II
Give us your order now. who will volunteer for the train- early" advice of The Sentinel and do Can be Cranked I GUARANTEE GOOD SERVICE
ing may be made familiar with the their purchasing as early as they pos-
use of riodern arms, tv/'' rudiments of sibly can. One sharp pull from the ,

rl:m and maneuver, ai.J the maintence Dry goods, jewelry, variety, men's seat turns the engine over
CARUTillRS & GORE and sanitation of camps. We furnishing stores, and all others are two compressions.: I I AUTO, AUTO BUS AND TRUCK

should encourage such training and being especialy well patronized. The i[

make it a means of discipline: whichour general opinion, as expressed by sev- Thai "QUEER SHAPEDVIIEEL" i
New Modern Country Driving for Eight or Ten Solicited
Grocerv young men will learn to value.It eral of the merchants, seems to be Does It. I
is right that we should provide it that this year's local Christmas tradeis i
not only, but that we should;! make it going to be far in excess of any
See the Sandbo
Phone 200 as attractive as possible; and so induce in past years.
our young men to undergo: it The display windows are exquisitely 'Phone 257. Orlando, Florida

6 and 8 East Pine St. at such times as they can command a decorated and appeal to the artistic FORD GARAGE
little freedom and can seek the phys- nature by the shoppers.Yindow after -
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ical development they need, for mere window is garbed in beauty and --

health's sake, if for nothing more. everything possible has been done to
ORLANDO Every means by which such thingscan lend attractiveness to the decorations. -----
be stimulated is legitimate, and The quality of the window dressing is
such a method smacks of true American equal to any city in the country and I
ideas. It is right: too, that the certainly speaks well for the local
PLUMBING CO National Guard of the states shouldbe business men. i Do not worry about your-
developed and strengthened by ev-
ery means which is not inconsistentwith THE DAILY NOVELETTE
26 WEST PINE STREET our obligations to our own peo-

ple or with the established policy of The First Strike
PHONE 122 our government. And this, also, not Cleopatra was overseeing the con- and
because the time or occasion spe- struction of her famous needle. Plumbing Sewering

Best PlumSing at Low- cially calls for such measures, but be- Already shining and slim, it rose
cause it should be our constant policy thirty feet into the mystic eastern
est Prices to make these provisions for our national air.
peace and safety. But suddenly Cleopatra, on the
W. are not in the combine. --0- grassy slope where she directed the
SLAUTER'S latest inventions usedon This is assuredly the opportunity work, started. For though it was yet We will do for you and you pay when you
all first-class for which a people and a govern- four skankos from the noon hour (see
ment like ours were raised up, the Whatho Plinth's "Time as Reckonedby get ready
Plumbing Construction opportunity not only to speak but the Ptolomies") the workmen had

actually to embody and exemplifythe thrown down their tools and were j
counsels of peace ana amity and conversing in little excited groups.
Real Estate Boughtand the ]testing concord which is based on And now Cleopatra saw that Ali }
justice and fair and generous deal Bey, the famous Turkish contractor
Sold. ing. whom she had imported for the great Call! on F. JOSEPH RAEHN PLUMBING and HURTING CO.
--0.A job had stridden to her side. Accompanying ; I
powerful navy we have always him were ChesapeakeBey

City Building Lots $100; $1.00 cash regarded/ as our proper and natural his designer, and Hudson Bey, .
and $1.00 per week buys a Lot means of defense; and it has always chief foreman. j Cor. Graves and Irvin Streets
RENTS COLLECTED. been of defense that we have thought, "What's up now?" inquired the
never of aggression or of conquest.But beauteous queen impatiently."The .
Notary Work Promptly Done. and Neatly who shall tell us now what sort workmen have struck again," 11

of navy to build? We shall take leaveto { explained Ali Bey apologetically."You ORLANDO't t

N. P. HATCHERORLANDO be strong upon the seas, in the see, your highness, they are almost t
future as in the past; and there will all Turks that I brought withme tI tt I

,FLORIDA be no thought of offense or of provo- and very patriotic. I fear I can t

Office at Pinehurst ParkP. cation in that. Our ships are our nat- not induce them to return to work d w-i mO.-II-15 ;
ural bulwarks. When
will the
experts unless bid
you your gypsy musiciansto ,
O. Box 281
tell just what kind should
us we con- again play the Turkey trot duringthe
PIIONTS 40:; 10- -lm struct-and when will
they be right dancing lunch hoar, for which

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THE DAILY PRESIDENTS MESSAGEThe have watched him make "shoestring" f. !

president's .message to con- catches, "hook" second base without For SaleBeautiful i!
Florida Sentinel
South gress yesterday was another notable winking, and "steal" home. The Geor- Ii I
MORNING AND WEEKLY public' document. It shows his states- gia Peach would make some editor i
W. M. GLENN .....................Editor his and I
his to batting of
W. C. ESSINGTON .... BuuneM ManagerEntered manship; intensity serve ring up a average '
people;'his desire to act with wisdom; 1000 when it came to "pi-ing" type Lake Front Lot,
at the poetoffice at Orlando. Florida E
as Second Class Mail Matter. his superb judgment in meeting great and spilling the "forms." Bring him 66x200. Owner needs the mon- WHAT SHALL I GIVE?
SUBSCRIPTION RATES problems; and his supreme faith in around to The Sentinel, Mr. Beemanhe i
Daily. 1 Year ....................... 15.00 and of this might contribute article ey and will sacrifice for only
Daily. /I Months ...................... 2.50 the capabilities resources an on
Daily. 8 Months ...................... 1.25 greatest of all nations. Were we to "The Possibilities of Orlando as a $1200. .
Daily. 1 Month ....................... .50 "
choose from the great mass of fine State Capitol, or write us a "story"on
Lee7 T: Year ............._........ $....* I
language; the noble sentiments; the "Why Is the Federal League?
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN incomparable phraseology of }.ester- o Fine large Lot just off Lake Is certainly becoming an important que&-

ADVANCETO day's masterpiece, that which best 11'IIY- Lucerne Circle, size 75x155. tion-a question that is agitating manya

ADVERTISERS: expresses the innermost thought of People have asked The Sentinel Fine view of the lake. Owner mind at the present moment. A present

advertising Copy for matt duplay be handed and all in at other the hand-Mt business President Wilson's deep soul and the why it is carrying a full and com- non-resident and will sacrificeat that is selected without a thought of its

+&r* .f the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m. feelings of his democratic and God- plete record of the daily police court. suitability usefulness is often accepted -
the day before publication. This role applies only $1600.A or ,
to changes for contract advertising: it is fearing heart we would select this First, because it is news; and sec-
in the same spirit in which it is given.
Invariable and will be strictly adhered to.siWiCi1Lt because
passage: ondly, publicity will help the
=11I 3es7rnK! The Sentinel discontinued "I have tried to know what Amer- officials in preserving order and cut-
should notify the office in writing on
the date of expiration otherwise it will be ica is, what her people think, what ting down crime. All drunkenness is Fine Little Home with an LET US HELP YOUin
eqnt med at the regular subscription rates they are, what they most cherish and
until notice to top is received. hold dear. I that of their a curse to the community and if publicity income. Six acres. Three selections We believe we are
Telephone Numb r .... ..................24 hope some will help to this evil then your
---- finer passions are in my own heart- stop acres of it in bearing fruit. Five qualified. Just glance through this abre-
some of the great conceptions and de- The Sentinel will continue to print
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1914. On proposed
room bungalow. 'twill assist
sires which gave birth to this gov- the news and the names of the offenders. viated list, you somecomein
-- ernment and which have made the brick highway near city. Price
and we will help you with the finishing
AGAIN- voice of this people a voice of peace .
The Sentinel reprints the following and hope and liberty among the peo- 0I now $3850.Cooper. touches. .
of the world. *
editorial from the Tampa Tribune of ples I The Christmas shopping days are -
"We are at peace with all the world, I
yesterday without any comments: Dread of the power of any other na- I drawing to a close. Next week is EARLY
"An Increasing Evil tion we are incapable of. We are not I going to be a very busy one and you'd ; Atha SHOP
The people of Tampa ought to jealous of rivalry in the fields of commerce 1 I better shop early if you want to have
have thorough police protection or of other peaceful
any I I
the benefit of the best selections.
against the hordes of able-bodied beg- achievement. We mean to live our ,
gars who are now infesting the city. own lives as we will; but we mean |I 0 114 South Orange Ave. Ground Floor FOR MOTHERA
"An alert plain clothes man could also to let live. We are. indeed, a I|: Lots of men make application of Phone No. 311 I
pick up from six to a dozen of these true friend to all the nations of the I' I I
fellows in a few blocks on Franklin world, because we threaten none I[I their religion in nearly everything ---- --- --- Dress Pattern of Gray Wistaria,
street. covet the possessions of none, desire '''that does not involve an opportunity J -- --- Taupe, or Black Crepe, de Chine, Crepe
"Saturday night there were no less the overthrow of none. Our friend- I i to head a dollar their way. Subscribe for The Daily SentineL I Meteor, Pussy Willow Taffeta, Peau de
than a dozen of them 'working the ship can be accepted and is accepted i t
principal thoroughfares."Not without reservation, because it is of- I'1-- I Sole, Taffeta.A t
one of them is in any sense fered in a spirit and for a purpose PAIR OF GLOVES
physically incapacitated for honest which no one need ever question or A PAIR OF BED ROOM: SLIPPERSA
labor. They boldly accost citizens suspect. Therein lies our greatness." I II
and, in frequent instances, make insulting -oWE --- -- BOX OF SILK HOSEA
remarks, even in the presenceof I SET OF TABLE LINENA
ladies, when they are refused as- DISAGREE IETROI'OLIS"I|I I NICE HAND BAGA
sistance. The Jacksonville Metropolis came BOX OF HANDKERCHIEFS
"They represent an increasing class out Monday with an editorial, "Con- I
of idlers who II ART NEEDLE WORKA
come to section every "
gress Again in Session, and made
winter .
seeking an easy living.If BATH ROBE
they do not thrive sufficiently by the lame statements that the tariff I

the panhandling method, they are needed some more reforming; that Modern i I
ready and willing to resort to crime. different schedules must be reme- DwellingLocated SHOP EARLY
"They should not be permitted to II
died; and that congress was extrava-
linger in this city overnight. Fully I
able to work, if they refuse to do so, gant. The truth of the matter is that
tl.ey ought to be given employment I the Metropolis missed fire in its ed- For Father and Son '
on the chain gang.A .
The country is not so much
little vigilance in this direction
-would prove a great relief to the general interested in tariff as it is in a mer- Always appreciate and enjoy the use of
public.- chant marine; not so deeply interested at No. G E. Jackson street, near High School HOUSE SLIPPERS
That tramps and vagrants are a in schedules as it is in rural cred- DANCING PUMPS

menace is further proved by the information its; not so interested in charges of building. The lot is 43x75, and the house, which is new FULL DRESS SHOES

given to The Sentinel yesterday extravagance as in questions and TIE SOX AND HANDKERCHIEF SET
by R. O. Compton, who resides problems of national defense. "Dem- and modern, contains large living room, dining room, COLLAR BOXESHANDKERCHIEF
south of Orlando. Compton'shome ocracy still has the power and oppor- CASES

was entered some time Satur- tunity to render its country a great kitchen, four bed rooms, bath, and front and rear veran I TRAVELLING SETS

day night by a pilferer who broke a service and intrench itself for long BELTS WITH INITIALS

window glass forced the latch, I I tenure of office. "Democrats should' das. The location is in pleasant neighborhood and ;you I JEWELERY, Tie Clasps, Cuff Buttons,

smashed the screen and walked away have the courage to rise to the op- Collar Buttons, Stick Pins.
with a felt hat. That he did not get portunity"-thus the editorial closes. are only ONE BLOCK from business center. This prop- AUTO GLOVES

anything else is attributed to the fact The Democrats do not need so much FANCY VESTS

that approaching parties evidently admonition. Their fitness in the last erty is listed with me exclusively and the price is mod- SILK HOSE SILK TIES, SILK HAND-
scared the marauder Who two under the
away. years sterling guidanceof KERCHIEFS
would steal a hat if it were not a President Wilson has demonstratedtheir erate. Cash or terms. MATCH
tramp? Surely a yeggman of the worth. What we need now is SMOKING JACKETS

professional variety would not wilfully coolness, sober judgment and the har- I PAJAMA SUITSS'VEATER

enter a residence to steal a hat. monious blending of all parties regardless COATS

It is this petty stealing that is goingon of partisanship, to promotea
that The Sentinel is objecting to. merchant marine to market our fin-

Shoo the tramps and hoboes away ished products, and to determine exactly S.Y.WAYInsurance SHOP EARLY
and there will be less stealing, less what constitutes national de- :

things missed and less worry for all fense and how we are to remedy the

concerned.The faults of our military and naval
Sentinel publishes the follow- tems. sjs- I and Real Estate Agent I FOR DAUGHTER

ing letter: o
Dec. 8, 1914.
Editor of The Sentinel. SLANG PHONE 172Gifts GLOVES
Dear Sir-I have read with inter- Ty Cobb is coming to Florida. But COLLAR AND CUFF SETS
est the question as to whether or the best news is that the champion HAIR ORNAMENTS:
no "Shall the tramps be given a "swatter" of the American League isgoing FANCY GIRDLES
Christmas dinner?
to "bat" around Orlando, "pil- SLIPPERS SHOES
I am certainly in favor. The ma- ,
jority of tramps on the road, at the fer" a few meals, "steal" a few hand- KIMONAS: BATH ROBES
present time, are willing to work, anda shakes "slide" around with Giles EMBROIDERED OR GUEST TOWELS
good many are tramps, at present, "rag" with Beeman, and then "strikeout" I
from lack of it and through no fault
for other parts. We have never SCARVES
of their own. The housebreakers,
hold-up men, :yeggmen, etc., are very slipped the "mitt' to Tyrus, but we -I II SILK WAIST LENGTH
seldom seen tramping. On the con- I
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trary they are as a rule dressed good -
and have all the earmarks of respect- FANCY NECKLACES
able business men. These are the INITIALED AND EMBROIDERED:
people the police should give the most HANDKERCHIEFS
Ci-roful attention.:
Christmas, once a year, brings hap- That EndureThe DRESSING JACKET
piness to the great majority.: Let us
then share a portion with our more
unfortunate brothers. They will be SHOP EARLY
appreciative, no doubt. And then
again, charity covers a multitude of

sins. JOHN J. KAXE.o For the Children

very air is now becoming charged with the 'I Motion perpetual)

TO Letters\CT-have been received from the spirit of giving, for Christmas will soon be here. HAIR RIBBONS

officials' of the Seaboard Air Line and BOX OF HANDKERCHIEFS

the Atlantic Coast Line railroad com- The choice and preferred gift is the one which endures, HOSIERY THAT WILL WEAR
panies that they will start the con- WINDSOR TIES
because it the continuity of love and friendship
struction of new crossings on all the suggests RIBBON HOLDERS

streets in Orlando at an early date. HOSE SUPPORTERS

This news is based on the demand Such a gift is a watch or piece!of:iewelrye TOILET SETS
made a short time ago by the city COIN PURSES

officials that the railroad companies SACQeESI1TIENS:
improve their crossings. If the com- You will find'.at our store everything that would: distin- KNITTED CAPS

munications from the railroads provesto guish a first-class jewelry store-gifts of rare value for the lavish LEATHER BELTS

taken be by faithless the city.drastic It most action assuredly will be spender, and *an almost unlimited choice of less: expensive, but BATH ROBES

should be taken. The railroad cross- charming gifts to suit the limited income. SHOP EARLY
ings in Orlando are in terrible condi-

tion and a menace to safety of mo
torists. An automobile' engine is We are sure our selections will please you.

likely to go "dead" in crossing the

abominable "ties" and a tragedy will

be the result. o DICKSONIYES CO.

ON A QUI few weeks VIVE ago, when the Orlando T. H. EVANS

Sentinel changed hands, the Star
was afraid that bright and newsy .OP[ ARTMNT[ STORt.

paper would deteriorate from the JEWELER .. .
high standard which had been set for
it by its former proprietors and ed ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACEs

itor. But we are glad to see that Orlando Orange Avenue Florida

the Sentinel is as watchful as ever

. and as happy in reporting the result

r.p of its observations.-Ocala Star. .

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THEATRE ii iij fr"GET"

I j I Open 2 p. m. and 6:30 p. m. '

LUCERNE TO DAY I IJ Admission 5 cents ;! ''

ttttC 'IIIe..r""e" "
Four-Reels-Four Diamonds Watches
"PATHE DAILY NEWS Rex. "The Fox." A drama of the ,
Canadian Northwest. In two parts,
with Bob Leonard and Hazel Buck- : Jewelry Cut Glass
Current Events at Home and Abroad. ham. ,
Sterling. Ford Sterling in "Neigh
bors.. Silver Novelties,

"Down By the Sea," "Cut of the Deputy's Hands," Im.For a"A good Woman hour's Dove.rest" and A drama.enjoyment 11 French
I visit the Favorite. Ivory,
A American. Reliance.A .

THAT GOOD I Aligator Goods, Etc.Don't .

U buy before you visit our
Keystone. In fact, "Nen c" tS his middle nanw! ,

ANDSUPREME I fl store, we will help you to solve the

: Coupons given with every admission gGod for the Lucerne Theatre Great AUTO OILARE gift problem.

Automobile Contest. ,

I Same Little Prices I -- U Any article [reserved.
Drums for shipping and storage

apn n
tanks kept on hand. n A visit to our store will be

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n Lubricating Oil and Greases to suit preciated.
present and Mrs. S. G. Dolive sub- all cars. Give make of car when you
I stituting for the hostess. A delicious order.
r {QDrlanto salad course was served. Mrs. James
nrttty Magruder will entertain the club next .Allen & 00.-
-Edited By Miss Eliza Wright I llrs.lcCuloch Hostess COil,,
Office telephone No. 179. Residence telephone No. 254 JEWELERS
Mrs. George McCulloch was hostessfor P. G. WALTON, Agent
the "No Name Card Club" yes-
WEEKLY SOCIAL CALENDARDec. I the latter being the recipient of many terday afternoon. Mrs. Hamilton Office Phone 450. ENGRAVING REPAIRINGMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMfr
warm congratulations.Both Johnson was the fortunate one, win- Residence Phone 269.
9th12th. ) Miss Robinson and Mr. Che-
ning the prize. Coffee and cake were 0
Wednesday ney are well known in Orlando. The served after the games. The Sentinel's subscription list is
10 A.M. honoree is a daughter of Mr. B.1.. -- -- -- -
-Equal Suffrage Lelg'Je.Unity Miss Miller ImprovingThe steadily climbing all the time. Ar 0++H g .11. .
Chapel. Robinson, one of Orange county'searliest many friends of Miss Vida you on the list? If not, why not?
3 P.M.-Unity Circle; recent biography W. R. Rhan
I settlers, and the present :Miller: will regret to learn that she l W. S. Coleman :
. Pollyana Club; Mrs. Harry L. Bee- fable and popular county clerk. af-I underwent an operation for appendicitis -.- THERE'S A REASON FOR
man. I Miss Robinson attended I at the Christ sanitarium on Sun- VENEER )
Thursday College and also the high school in I
but from latest is
3 P.M.-U. D. C. meeting; Miss Mary j, day reports get- j -"PI4jTc
Orlando. Having lived in this :
Robinson, hostess. i city !ting along nicely. $1.25 .
7:30 P.M.-Epworth League social all of her life she has made many From Georgia ..
Methodist church. close friends because of her charming Misses Ethel and Ruth Worsham, Per Strand i sold at -gaining: in popularity every day.
8 P.M.-Rosalind Club; "gentleman's Up
evening." personality and many accomplishments. of Covington Ga., will arrive todayto QUALITY-THAT'S IT
Friday : visit their uncle Mr. R. L. Hyer AND
3 P.M.Nullos Club; Mrs. Sylvan Mr. Cheney, son of Judge and Mrs.J. 'and other relatives in the city. OAK WOOD We also handle a full line of Painters' 4 Paper
McElroy, hostess.St. M. Cheney is a graduate of Dart- I Texan Guests Orlando Wood YardB. I: .Jl Hangers' Supplies. 2000Rolls Wall Paper
Cecelia's Guild Episcopal Chapter to go at cost price.
mouth College class of 1911, and is
House. I Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Lewis, of East .
Pleasing Announcement Party a member of the Chi Phi fraternity. 'street, have as their guests for the PINE W.STREET Kingsley,AND Proprietor R. 1C I: ORLANDO PAINT AND ILL PAPER CO. :
YesterdayMiss He is one of Orlando's sterling young winter Mrs. Marion Jenkins and little Telephone 344
Mary Robinson was hostess business men, being associated with I Miss Alma Lewis of Alcampo Texas. 9-30 i.: TheSignoflheSun Phone 261 205 So. Orange Ave. :.

yesterday afternoon at a delightful his father in the management of the I j Mr. Beeman Host . .. . . . .'.
party and course luncheon at her Orlando Water and Light company. Mr. Lester Beeman was host last ------
home corner of Lake and Jackson Congratulations are bestowed upon evening for the "Centa Medio Club" ..
streets at which time the pleasing this well known couple whose wed- at his delightful suburban home on
announcement of the approaching ding will occur in the spring. Lake Sue. A jolly party motored out
marriage of her sister Miss FannieS. Sorosis ClubA and danced until a late hour. Mr.
Robinson to Mr. Donald A. Cheney very interesting meeting of the Beeman is an ideal host and the
was disclosed. The announce- Sorosis Club was held yesterday af- I guests were most royally entertained. Established 1886
ternoon "current topics" being the
ment came as a complete surprise.The I !
subject of given by three of
manner in which the announce- papers LETTERS TO TIlE SENTINEL
ment was made was very unique. 'the members. Mrs. Beardall discussed -

During the last course of the luncheon 'I the temperance question in the Dear Sirs-Your reporter was in CURTIS & O'NEAL t
warring nations especially Russia
dainty favors in the shape of error when he said in yesterday's issue .
satin hearts each bearing a wedding who has forbidden liquor in her arm- that "the total for all purposes
ring in gold surmounted small ies. Miss Hainer spoke on prison I
a from the First Methodist church, Orlando -
carrier pigeon carrying about its necka reform and Mrs. Dudley on the women -I I for this year would be $17- INSURANCE LOANS ,
card with the initials "F. S. R." and teachers who have recently gone I 982.00." The books of the treasurers
... "D. A. C.," were placed before each to South America. These meetings I of the various organizations of the
are most instructive and enjoyable to hAL ESTATE RENTALS
guest. Then came the exclamationsof church show that the noble peopleof
surprise and the chorus of all the members.
hearty this great church have raised for
congratulations.The Novel EntertainmentMiss all purposes during this conference
favor of the bride-to-be bore Mamie Dawson, president of year $22,954.61. "-
her engagement ring. the Friday Morning Musicale well Respectfully
The party was a pretty social affair, known in Orlando is assisting in a I J. E. WRAY, Pastor.
the spirit of the approaching Christmas very novel entertainment trainingthe I Methodist Parsonage FOR RENT---Bungalo 5 Rooms Furnished South Main :
season being portrayed in the children of the public school to Dec. 8, 1914.
table decorations.The sing merry Christmas songs on the I Street. .
guests in addition to the court house square Christmas eve. It
charming honoree and the hostess, would be a fine idea if Orlando hasa [ OSTEOPATHY
Seven Room House, South Orlando. i
were Mrs. J. Merle McElroy Mrs. Le- "community tree" to also have our
Roy B. Giles Mrs. F. G. Rush, Mrs. children learn some appropriate songs
Leonard Blankner Miss Florida Howard for the occasion. I DR. J. C .HOWELL

Two New Five Room Houses, South West Orlando.
Miss Ada Bumby and Miss Eda Junior Matrons Card Club Hours, 10-12, 3-5, and by appointment
May Brewer. Later in the afternoon The Junior Matrons Card Club hada No extra charge for nouse treatment 1
Miss Julia Chapman and Miss May most delightful afternoon with Mrs. I Except Night Calla.Telephone .
Sloan joined the gathering and also Louis Dolive on Tuesday. It was the connections -
Mr. LeRoy B. Giles and Mr. Cheney usual weekly meeting, all members Office cor. Orange and Central Avea.IMMMMMMMIMMOMMMMMM --
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largest order ever placed was for

fifteen million dollars worth of Studebaker

Overland Model 80 J rolling stock, mostly six cylinder automobilesfor

use in the war. It means that there is

1125.00 : real value in a machine when a discriminating -

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

H- ORLANDOEvery i i as this.

Advanced Feature. Come in and see the new models.

But No Advance in Price. I

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I FOR RENT-To desirable people -.J'1-.Inber. Laths acid
well furnished suite, bed room and : S11i11glesORLA
SENTINELI sitting room with private lavatory.Also .
single rooms, and a garage
Splendid location. No. 9 E. Washington -

WANTS I St. 11-29-lmc

FOR RENT-Suite of rooms now occupied -
--1 by Dr. Christ. Long term
r -- tenants only desired. Jno. M. Cheney.
The Morning Sentinel Want
Directory is the Greatest Want FOR RENT-Large, attractive room. TD: ()
Ad Medium in Orlando. Inquire No. 8 West Washington St.
11-8-tfc 0
Terms Cash in Advance.RATES .
FOR RENT Beautiful dwelling with

For One Day ______________23t; I Take garage Lucerne.; elegantly Jas. A.furnished Knox. ; on Royal Cement Agatite Plaster and Perfection Lime
For Three Days ____________50c 8-27-tf ,
For Six Days _______________75c -- ------ --- -- -
PASS THIS BUY For One Month $%.50 FOR RENT-Small flat, modern con- ,
This rate applies on all ads of veniences, unfurnished. Jas. A. 4
25 words or less. If the ad con- Knox. 11-3-tf I
tains more than 25 words the rate
WHAT? will be one cent per word for FOR P.ENT-Lar convenient rooms -
each additional. word for each in- for light housekeeping. Also pleas- IJES
sertion.If _
ant sunshine front bed room on first
Well to be brief we have you can't bring your ad to floor. Private family and modern
the office telephone No. 24. Accounts conveniences. 315 West Central.
opened by telephone will be
3 CITY HOMES{ payable' the following day. 11-24-tfc.

Every Home-Every Business- FOR RENT-Apartment of four nice- Important friendships result from the right introduction and :

Every Man has use for a ly furnished rooms; gas, separate
that we offer at popular Sentinel Want Ad. bath, new house; adults only. 604 the most important ones come through the right banking con-
:Magnolia 11-10-tf-
prices that should interestall avenue. nections. Association is the keynote of all business success. We

who have a buying thoughtin FOR SALE WANTED invite you to open an account with us where a personal interest
their head at this time. .
FOR SALE-A good work horse. Can EXPERT STENOGRAPHER and secretary -
Call in. We will gladly fur- be used anywhere. 15 hands high wishes whole or part time is taken in every depositor.ORLANDO J!
and perfectly gentle. Call on S. S. work. New York experience of sev- I
nish detailed information.Ask Jones, near Lake Lancaster, on Con- eral years in commercial educational, ,
road. 12-4-6t and literary lines. Rapid dictationto

us to day. way FOR SALE OR TRADE-One No. 5 nel.machine. Address B., care 12-3-61 Senti- BANK & TRUST CO. i

Oliver typewriter, with splendid f
ORLANDO BUILDING LAND CO leather case. Machine in excellent ROOMS FOR RENT '
condition, used but very little.' Call II
between 12 o'clock noon and 2 p. m. J
II North Orange Avenue for terms. Inquire at Sentinel office. NICE, LARGE FURNISHED ROOM,
11-28-tf to adults only. 409 Delaney street. -

FOR SALE-Ten acres fine orange I 1
OPPOSITE SAN JUAN HOTEL land; about 3 acres cleared; 3-4 ofa I MISCELLANEOUSLost
mile' south of Gill's store and 1-2
mile east of Lake Conway, on terminal -Lady's pocket book, plain I SUB-TROPICAL EXPOSITION: i
FRED B. DALEC. I of proposed brick road. Ad- leather between Laubach's and the
H. BRYANT dress Anna II. Piatt R. R. No. 1, Box grammary school. Contains lady's
DAVIS & GILES CounselF. 43, Orlando. 11-24-lm. I gold watch, bills and silver. Returnto
A. PEPPERCORN Contractor Col. T. J. Watkins' office. Mrs. MID-\VINTER t tOEL
FOR SALE-Nice, comfortable home W. R. Yates. 12-6-6t
for small family; grapefruit, guava
and orange trees; six squares of post- NOTICE-I will not be responsiblefor
office. Apply toV.. D. West, 510 any debts contracted by my '
Directory'For Marion\ avenue or Hotel Astor. wife, Marian Aker, from this date, .A. EJ FL..8. .
I 1l-18-1mo. Dec.12-6-Gt 5, 1914. C. AKER. ., .. .

FOR SALE-Five room house one
BUSY MEN.\ mile fit.m court house, 650.' One IF MONEY IS ANY OBJECT to FE130 9-13 1915EDUCATIONAL
Liberty Brush automobile, $75. Inquire :you, come to H. Kanner's New York
Bargain Store. We will sell ,
Shoe Hospital, 8 East Church new
street. 11-17-lmo goods for the holidays at sacrifive .
SHOE HOSPITAL prices. 12523tI
Bouton Brothers corner Church
and Orange avenue. Shoes repaired FOR SALE-One seven passenger MAKE: A SPECIALTY of planting
while you wait. Best rubber heels six cylinder automobile, 1 year old, orange and grapefruit trees; all
40 cents. Best English tan leather. first class condition. Don't answer trees guaranteed to live. References -Agriculture, Horticulture, Floriculture, Domestic
unless interested. Address ,
11-15-lmo Bargain
Phone 487. furnished. ,
care of Sentinel. 11-14-tf Address, Box Charges 222, Ocoee$6.00, Fla.per acre. Arts and Crafts, with exhibits of Stock, Hogs and Poultry,
Up to date etc., 11-10-lmo i
painting papering
is the kind you want. Where to get FOR SALE-Cabbage Plants,Charleston and the products of South Florida. Racing, Polo, Sports

it? That's easy, phone 636. W. T. Wakefield, $1.00 per thousand. THE WILLOLA HOTEL, 406 South Areoplans Lectures and Entertainments of all kinds
Frank Phillips, Pine Castle. Orange avenue is now open. Beautiful -
llntrican.: 1-20-tf 10-28-tf location near Lake Lucerne.
Home cooking. Spacious veranda.
Eat all you want. FOR SALE-Fine cypress fence posts. Mrs. W. T. Walker. 11-19-lmoc
Eat what you want. Inquire of Frank Phillips, Pine Cas- ; -For information or premium list, address
Take a postscript and forget:: it. tle. 9-18-tf BLASTING, Subsoiling and Dynamiting ; :

For sale by all druggists.l7d&wlyrChristmas -FOR-SALE-Forty-, acres of fine tice. of A all full kinds stock done of on dynamite short no-in ; \\'TM. R. O'NEAL, Sec'y H. H. D1CKSON({ Pres't I'

magazine at all times. See L. N.
hammock land in the
; eight grove;
I Lewis, 406 S. East street Orlando.
present crop of oranges will be from
and New 750 to 1.000 boxes; 500 trees all told, 11131mo'LOST ...IIIICOIIIIIIJBIII .111111. .-. -'CIIII.lllllrJIIIII..II.I..11.1111111 1'
ready for setting-10 acres in lake,
, one and quarter miles from Apopka. AND FOUND
Price, $5,000. Address W. H., Box -
Year Holiday 178, Orlando Fla. 9-23-tf LOST-A gold fob watch chain, with
Lockport golf medal' attached. Finder ;
Cheap Excursion FaresVia For Sale please phone 1024-4 rings and receive acn :
30 Acres, citrus and vegetable land, reward. 12-6-3tc eeftfr/
:20 fenced 10 cleared, crop on it now, 1-
the ready for planting trees this winter LOST-White violet pin, set with t
and crop next spring; near school and pearls. Reward if returned to
Atlantic Coast Line church; half mile of railroad station; Hammond & Bunch's store. 12-2-tf 1 1I
good neighborhood; four miles from received of Foster Bros' famous
We have
a car
court house. Special price if taken in BUYERS AND SELLERS
next 30 days. Box 4, Orlando.
Standard Railroad of the South I
I buy, sell rent, and exchange real
estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla.,
FOR SALE over 30 years. Have handled over Porslanlyke Iron Beds
Tickets will be on sale by the At- Nursery! stock, one, two, three and $20,000,000. Call and see me. :
lantic Coast Line to all points four year old buds; Foster Early. 10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER.
South of the Ohio and Potomac and Pineapple, Java. Itomosassa. Washington .
East of the Mississipip Rivers, including Navel. Address Mrs. M Kahle. Don't wait for every one in town to will with the
that finish
Washington, Cincinnati, Evansville Apopka. Fla. Phone 2222. -l*-tf I have Entrican the painter, before There is nothing compare
and Cairo, for all trains you try. Am too busy to look you
December 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23: 24, FOR RENT in. Phone 636, and I will be on the that are on Foster Beds, and OUR PRICES for these .
25, and 31, and January 1, limited returning I job- 1-20-tf
January 6th; and to many LOOK-City! lot and 10 Buick; $2C; : j beds are far less than others charge for the same:
points in the Northwest and South- each. W. R. Higgins, Orlando and
west on December 19th to 24th, in- Chuluota. 12-6-12tc style bed that has nothing near the finish. We wouldi
clusive and 29th to 31st, limited returning IDEALCHRISTMAS

I .... and January Havana 18., Dec.Also 17,to 20,Key 24 FOR P.ENT-One room in small fam- like you to call and see this line; nothing like it in
ily modern conveniences
L' 17, with limit January 3, 1915. ; ; GIFTSare
light housekeeping. Inquire Room the
schedules I
i uC further particulars, 6, Hyer-Davis Block, over Evans'
reservations, etc., apply to Ticket jewelry store. 12-6-3t
" Agents, Atlantic Coast Line or ad- city.We

' dressJ. FOR RENT-Nicely furnished rooms. fancy wood bottom give coupons with all cash sales;
G. KIRKLAND, D. P. A., 305 East Pine street.

Tampa, Florida.JEWELER. 12-6-6tc.
Serving TraysMay
" FOR RENT-Large pleasant fur- .
nished rooms, with private family;
close in. 302 North Orange avenue. be seen at

t t 12-6-1 wk. 210 N. Orange Ave. Kincaid Snowden

.Pill sn t. FOR RENT-All or part of furnished, .
comfortable, homelike, old fash- F
ioned, 5 room cottage. Phone care orPhone
67 ll-6-6t, 712 South Division street. Low Priced Furniture House.


EXPERT WATCH MAKER I' FOR board RENT; also Rooms rooms,for with light or without house- Cor. Main and Pine Sts. Orlando, Florida! '
a sample will be takento
keeping; several apartments from 1 IJ
of Fine \ to 4 rooms, each at very reasonable you for your inspection .
I make special -
Watch, Clock a and Jewelery Repairing I prices. Inquire of F. L. Anderson, and order. I -_- ,.
112 West Church street. Phone 459. I
Diamond Setting,Ring
; -

and Spectacle Repairing. 12-6-tf I MADE IN ORLANDO GORDON'S' CARRIAGE 9--.- ;;.. :,"' "?-.. Dr. F. F. ThompsonDENTIST
others have FOR RENT 12 I ; --- J
Bring me repairs room boarding house, I ...\.: '
and I will almost 9 bed electric "
failed to do, repair new; good rooms, ,::1
them satisfactorily or no charge. ,. lights and bath; $35 per month.1--- -- -ArDBAGGAGE L ; 1
My prices are reasonable. F. L. Anderson office 112 W. Church Lam? 115: S. Orange Ave, over 'artis ,JLO'Neal's ;
street. Phone 459.; 12-6-tf NEIL McDUFFEE 1,
i! Store *
FOR RENT seven room house; Water TRANSfERl. I Hours 8.30 a.m. to 5.30 p4.
CHAS. VATER gas, electric lights bath etc.; Contractor add Wednesday and
1 barn, stable chicken house; lot 100 by BuilderBuiigalows !,, Saturdays tit 8 p.mI
I! 200 feet. Apply at 735 North Orange HARRELL, Prop. (Succes+wr to Dr. C. r. 7.iVin / 11-6-tf
I a Specialty .
i avenue. 10-31-tf ORLANDO FLORIDAWE tEat

Pine Street, at Young's Arcade Building. Orlando I Piano and Furniture FIT LASSES GRIND LENSES I -- what you want. \

Repair Shop Who is your painter.and.decorator? Moving a Specialty :<;at all you want.
f 1m Are' tt..ff'd k "o *hf on.veu 1 AND DO ALL KINDS OF ''
I Tai.e
ll-4-d&w-lm han;:if not ph.ae W. T. Entric&n, Wood $UiO a strand up. Hand's a postscript and forgot it.
For sale!
No. 636. 1-2U-U Coal Yard phone 566. 9-31-tf 8 E. Church St. PHONE 487 0"riCAL REPAIRING by all druggist
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1 The Part Mary Garden Found to B. One Had a Menagerie With Mur Its Quaintly Shaped Rocks Formed by

th. V.ry Hardcit. derous Orang Outang.It Plunging Waters.At .

, lIar Garden the fatuous known that until
) opera is not generally Taylors Falls, the teniiiuu of the

singer' says that it bores her to sing the year 1834 there was a menagerie of Taylors Falls branch of the Northern

i before kinss.; Her highly personal comments wild beasts In the Tower of London.In Pacific railway the dnlles of the St

on some of the royalty of Eu- his book. "London Survivals," the Croix form a most InttTeMlug -atnre. :
rope reproduced below are taken froman Rev. P. IL Ditchfleld writes: The :St. Croix river here tumble overa

article in the American MagazineIn "A word or two may IK. said about bed of trap rock. The ibeory tlf its : tan

h she intimate and this collection of beasts. It commencedwith :
j| ? gives an extended production is that a great outburst of |
account of her experiences on the present of three leopards from lava was overwhelmed I.Ja glacier.

the stage: the Emperor i Frederick to Henry III.- weath- ;a
I This very hard rock has been ,
"Singing before royalty is perhaps an appropriate gift us, our sovereignbore
! and curious
ered into a great many quaint ;
, more of a professional than a social three: of these animals on his, shapes, and the vertical cliffs of

J distinction. I have done it many times, shield of arms, and then a white bear from one to three hundred feet in t

but it bores me to distraction. It is was added for which the sheriffs of where the
height form a little canyon
such a nuisance. I never sang for the London were ordered to provide a muz-
water is very deep.
czar. But I did sing: before the English zle and an iron chain to secure him Among the quaintly shaped rocks are \
when out of the water and a long stout
of Edward and
(court the old court rock in
the Devil's chair and Pulpit
Alexandra. The king slept through it cord to hold him when fishing in the
proximity to each other. These are on
Thames. We fear his successors at tile -
all. as heavy a sleep as I have ever the Minnesota side of the river and
seen. But the queen would always pat zoological gardens do not enjoy the like the trains beside them. On the! ,
I his band at the time to applaud and be diversion. Then came an elephant. Iti Wisconsin:: side of the river is a re- : i
I the time of Edward II. there was a
would wake
up. markable rock. It Is known as
lion for which the sheriffs, who must ;
brother of ,
"The of Greece a
king; "the Old Man of the Dalles" and has a \
Alexandra:: was a special friend of 'I have deemed these: creatures troublesome of GeorgeWashington. ,
resemblance to the profile
beasts had to provide daily a I I
raiue. lie used often to come to Minnesota and Wisconsin

where I was singing.: lIe told his quarter of mutton. land bordering ,
aside the
"Paul Ilentzner saw here in 1598> have set I
sister of his admiration for me and t
the river as an international park.
lion of size
three lionesses a
great I
Windsor to sing.
she had me come to / of
Edward VI. from his Among the interesting
called having
a I
While there I would sing and courtesy holes. ,
been born In that reign-a tiger, a lynx, I the place are the cistern-like
and walk off aln.
n a wolf, 'exceedingly old.' a porcupineand I known geologically as potholes. These I' :
: "I am afraid I'm an anarchist in my :
and one-half
an eagle. James I. often visited range from one '
heart. I don't love to courtesy. There the menagerie and used to enjoy baiting I in diameter and six: feet in depth to :
are some wbo are not kings such as : I
feet in diameter and ninety or a
the lion with dogs or seeing a fight
Marconi, who has done big things-to In- ;
between a bear and a lion. In 1754tl ; I hundred feet deep. These potholes :
whom I would RO down on my knees I
former rapids
dicate the of
pre were two 'man presence
because of their achievements: but I ot tangs-one of which high above the present surface of the ; .
Just bad to get my courage in my two tYlers-ordng-1
The its erod
tb owing cannon ball water. stream by great i
hands to courtesy to the king: of Eng ing power and carrying pebbles and I

land. It went against: me." in its circular movement slowly
stones i
excavated these potholes.-Exchange. I

ADDING MACHINES.They ous Method-by Which the Moisture !

Is Eliminated.In I ANCIENT FOOTWEAR.And .
Are Not New, as Pascal Invented I
the uiauiifacture of gases like
One In the Year 1642. !
f deelopment oxyj ?n. acetylene nr illuminating; ;gas the Old Ceremony of Baring
The adding machine is of modern -
to t used immediately in chemical Feet at Worship. !
but not a modern Invention Hindus and Mussulmans
The India
(proc sx-s. it i" often ue-es>jiry to tree I
a passable one having been inventedIn them from nil moisture. alike wear both sandals: and shoes(slip- I
1042 by Pascal lfi23-10G2>l. a celebrated -
Out of the e--oiiiinuiif n.rails; is to r-rs, and the latter boots also. The I
French geometrician, philosopher Sal << bubbl. the \\('t" ;gas through-; ,n-
and writer. Later, in 1C71. the the original covering for the
contra ed snlpliurit, aid or through a :tly
adding machine was modified to facilitate heap < f ;glass lwids covered with this u feet over all southern and eastern: Asia

multiplication by Gottfried Wil- while the shoe was probably introduced -
liquid. { -. rated sulphur-! aria uas
helm Leibnitz, a German mathematician )- into India by the Persians. Afghans I
a pow rful tendency to absorb moisture -
of great achievement: and his Invention -
fi mi other substances prop- and Mongols, together with the I

was followed by many im erty wl ich U aptly illustrated when a "tip tilted" (Hittite and Etruscan) boot.

provements.A splinter of wood is dipped into the Both are usually made in India of ,

notable experimenter in this line liquid. The acid extracts from the leather, but never of pigskin;; and. while

was Charles abbage: ((1792-1S71)). an cellulose iwhich I is, the principal constituent the shoes are always colored red or yel-

English mathematician, many years l low, the boots are generally brightly I
f wood all the hydrogen and
professor of mathematics at Cambridge; 0x3:grit, which cellulose (contains in particolored both among the upper I
university. In order to secure accu- classes being also richly embroideredin
Just the 'proper proportions to form ('
racy in tables of logarithms: he conceived gold and silver and variegated: silk I
water. The only oilier component of !
the Idea of doing the work by thread and with ,
bangles bugles and
cellulose \p carbon and this alone is
machinery and was commissioned by seed after the of I
pearls manner the an
left. lervfg| the wood charred as if
the British government to superintendthe
d cient Persian boots represented on
constru'-tion of a machine for the by fire. Greek : I
Another Tray to dry a is to
gas passit
purpose. He spent much: time and of : ;
through \\small chunks of calcium But however rare and costly elaboration
money In experimenting and attained the invariable rule is to remove I
chloride. Ipis extracts water or
some remarkable results but died before them after entering a private
from .
perfecting his machine. everything.The house just when stepping: on to the mat !
@ of all methods I is l>
All calculating machines contain cer- or carpet which the visitor takes his
that adopted\' by the bureau of standards i : II .
tain features devised by special refer- seat. They must be cast off, the right: I
\Va. inzton, where machineis
: at a
ence to the work to be done including: boot or shoe first, before the worshiperenters Burke y
used lowering tbe ,
by -
wbiciy\ temperature
circular metallic disks, wheels with a temple or mosque, and it is
of the : passed through it.
gas I i,
teeth, etc., Ingenious, but not more still regarded as an absolute profanation -
freezes out al tbe moisture and leaves iI
complicated and no more responsive to to attempt to enter either fully I II
the absolutely dry.-St.: Louis Post-
human intelligence than many other shod.-Westminster Gazette.Kid II

machines. The thinking is all done by Dispatch.: \ I I I Ii I

the operator.-Philadelphia Press. Wo Ving Butter. Gloves.

Butter is worked enough when the i The majority of the fine kid gloves i

The Australian Blacks.It salt !..* evenly distributed. Just when ''I used in this country are imported from ,

is believed by many persons that this point has been reached cannot France. The superiority of French kid I i"

the blacks Australia are dying out. always be told from the appearanceof : gloves over all others, according to an ,'

As a matter of fact says a correspondent the butter immediately after work I importer is due above all to the infection I

of the London Standard no such: ing. Hut butter that has not been i of the skins the kids being ,; j

thing is happening. The belief, however sufficiently worked will show white I reared in villages by poor peasants : I

is easily explained. As civilization streaks or mottles after five or six: I who own only a few goats and there $

advances, and it is yearly advancing hours. Whenever such streaks occur fore take great care of them.

the blacks recede<< farther and farther the butter must be reworked until all Another reason is that in France one I \

into the back blocks and unknown the streaks have been removed. To workman takes the prepared skin and !

country, save a few who have acquiredthe < avoid E ttled or stre-"y butter the manipulates it himself right: up to the I

craving for opium or drink. These only safe rule to follo.3 to work the finished glove. In Germany, on the r

latter succumb amid the advancingwave .ler twice. The first time it is contrary division of labor Is extensiveand : k

of civilization and seldom, leave worked lightly; just enough to fairly I great factories turn out in two or ; f r

4. any children. Those wbo have passed distribute the salt. It is then allowed three hours what requires two days' 1

inland, if they do not increase: have to stand six hours or longer when I labor on the part of the French work

certainly not decreased. In some few white streaks will be noticeable. The I man. J

cases whole tribes have died out when butter is then worked again: until tbe The best kid gloves still come from

civilization has reached them but these color is uniform.-Chicago Xews. France, but the factories of :Stuttgartare t

have usually been small tribes. -- a formidable rival.-New York ;

World. !
One Way to View It. 1 I -

Foundation of a Fortune. I QUt'en'kturil made a visit to the I ;
The late William Gibson wbo Woolwich Arsenal.
Trossacbs in 18."i9. On the road l>e-
Woolwich arsenal owed its establishment
fortune of half a million pounds, was \ tween Ca Hen tier and Kilmauog! the !I !
to an explosion which took placeat
when a little watchmaker in eItast.one Laird of Levy displayed a number of I | ;
in Moorfields. Until 1716
day exaiii'ns:; n watch which had : banners bearing: words of welcome. : a foundry ; i :
been sent to him for repair. It was the :government obtained! its ordnance
Cut on the return to Cullender tbe mottoes -
from but
manufacturers in
private :
during! tbe time of the Belfast riots. A I were IlIdt'"if1bt'rabletbrougb the \
that year the explosion decided it to
stone was thrown through the shop backs: of tbe banners Some one suggested ; -
build of its and001
a foundry own. -
window and hit Mr. Gibson in the that with a little 'stra expenditure -
wich already naval
as a station -
eye. Under the malicious damages act I ""'plt'Omc.'itturia.."* might ha'ebeen I
was chosen as the site. Woolwichwas
Mr. Gibson was awarded 6.000.. This inscribed on both sides. "There'snae I !
only a small' fishing village until!
was bis start in life.-London Sporting "
need o that. said old James I the sixteenth century, when Henry : ..
Buchan: of Kilmanog.The will
queen I VIII. laid the foundations of its prosperity -

First Thanksgiving Proclamation. just think that the! English letters I as by making it the royal dockyard. l.

seen through the bunting are Ga lic.- I London Chronicle. I )
Tbe Tbanksgi'inproclamation/ was London Express. I l
originated by Francis Bernard "cap-

tain general and governor in chief over I Bows In Warfare.

his majesty's province of the Massachusetts Welsh National Costumr. The bow is first seen depicted on
** When the French made half hearted Egyptian monuments about 2000 B. C.
!; bay It iv".3 i j'1edov.. 4, i
I attempt to invade Great Britain in Its form then did not differ
17G7. and the form was that which has' :greatly
been in substance adhered to ever 1797 a landing was made at Fisbguard.: I from that in use among boys at the ?
Wales but the soldiers of Napoleon
since. I present!; day. It was used in European

were frightened off by the sight; of a warfare as late as 1G4O and was deemed I

Formosa's Ancient Tree. I great number of Welsh :girls and women I quite as effective as the arquebus

whom they mistook at a distancefor then employed. :
In Formosa there is a tree between !
I soldier on account of their red
:.QUO; and 3.OOO)years old with a circum- dresses and tall black: hats. That Is I Crowned I j j'I
ference of sixty-fire feet and the lowest White Sparrows.
still the national costume of the Welsh
branches forty-five feet from the women. : Caterpillars beetles ants wasps I

ground. The tree is a species of cypress bugs and black olive scales make up :

the Japanese beniki. only a small amount of tbe food of the /

-Oh." said Poor he.Consolation.with affected indifference white crowned sparrow. Like most of 'I i !! !! I J

Jealousy. "there are just as good fish in I its family. It is a seed" eater by preference .

")fa's new hat is perfectly hid- the sea as ever were caught." and weed seeds comprise about

eous." "Better." the girl who had rejectedhim 73: per cent of its total foods. .

"It isn't a bit more hideous than replied pointedly "better from i I j ji

mine. You're always saying nice things their point of view because they may I So It May. i j jI

about May."-Philadelphia! Ledger. never be! t'"duJt.-Eu! : hange. I She was a beautiful woman-and his {I

j i wife. But one night;: getting borne
II j
Missed It. Knew Her Style. j late and having some excited conversation I I

with her in the hall, !
The prodigal eon wrote the old man Suitor But you haven't asked me be said to

as follows: "1 got the other I' himself:
religion yet whether or not I can make a lining !
day. Send me $10." But tbe old man : for your daughter. FatherNevermind. "A thins of beauty may be a Jaw ;: I

replied: "Religion: is free. You got Henry. If you marry tier she'll I forever." i

the wrong: kind. I see to that.:Chicago: News." I Ia

I ___ Dutiful. : :
The Old One You should always defer : ; arP
The Impure, the deceiving: and the
The men wbo succeed best in public I to your husband's wishes, my dear.
umblritahltpstrude themselves from life are those!' who take the risk of
The New Ool"ndone so ever since
eternal bliss by their nnfitness for en- convictions.
standing by their own '
Joying.-Burns. he told me that his one wish was to see 1i
1 me happy-luok. i

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despair of human nature;' and to suppression of organization. guards. He sent messages to this 'as "Vakai Hayrie. .
AUTHOR WRITES; AN: INDUSTRIAL UNREST body, declaring that the sacred flag "Since then a holy war has twice ,
NOTED) doubt the ruling of a just Proridence. Unemployment and the insecurityof
had been unfurled at the court of threatened but never really been declared. I
; And then, out of this blackness, this employment. Sultan Ahmed. The Janizaries The present emperor of Ger-
a! stifling miasma of wickedness and Unjust distribution of the products promptly answered the call. They en- many, after his second visit to Sultan f
Robert Hichens Tells of Intense sorrow unutterable, the great deeds, Causes for Unrest Advanced by of industry. Advanced by most labor tered the gate singly or in small Abdul Hamid, went to Palestine, vis- I

Suffering in War Distracted I the deeds of courage, of glory, the United States Commis- representatives and agreed to by most groups and were promptly and with- iting etomb first and of the with celebrated some ostentationth Sultan i I
I of
out mishap killed select
by a corps
Europe-Letter white nobilities of men and women, sion on Industrial employers. executioners stationed there by Mah Saladin the opponent of Richard the i
Follows j rising like streams of light, flow towards Relations I Misunderstanding and prejudice. moud Ali. Lion Hearted of England. The Kaiser -
Heaven. Pity pierces through Agreed to by employers and em- "But it is a point of Mohammedanlaw was roundly and scolded in the European f
press a holy war wAf alkedof.
i the shadows. The voice of Mercy is Causes of Industrial Unrest Agreed' ployes. that the sacred flag once unfurled ." Vs* J
Robert Hichens, author of the Garden -i can not be furled until 70,000
heard even above the roar of the Upon by Both Capitaland Agitation and agitators. Generally 1
of Allah, Bella Donna, and other Labor heads are forfeit. There were but
guns, and we take heart again. advanced by employers, but defended 49,000 Janizaries. To out the I The trouble with some people is
1. World-wide movement for bet- carry
novels, has written the following : "The noble effort your committee I II ter living conditions. by labor representatives and letter of the law the Sultan had 21- they don't think until after they act; .
ter to one of the members of the is in America will hearten others of edu- 000 headstones broken down fromIussulmans' '
I I making 2. Protest against low wages, long as a necessary means i with others, that they don't think at
Committee of Mercy, an international 'thousands. 'How far that little can- hours and improper working condi- cation. ) graves This famous : all.
organization, working for women and 'I dle throws its beams! So shines a i iI tions in many industries. The rapid rise in prices as com- incident in Turkish history is known I
3. Revolt against arbitrary treat-
children made destiutte by the war. '
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deed in wicked world. The with
good a ; ment of individual workers and a pared wages.
"London, Nov. 10, 1914. I I good deeds of your committee will : pression of organization. sup- The rapidly growing feeling that I
"I have just seen the little book issued ; 4. Unemployment and the inse-
: surely shine a most kindly light redress for injuries and oppressioncan I
by your committee, in New York, curity of employment. MYOBJECTTICKLE
through our European war blackness. not be secured through existing I
and venture to write a few words to 5. Unjust distribution of the pro-
of the institutions.
'Watchman, what night? ducts of industry.
tell you how very great the miseryover Many who are asking that question'I 6. Misunderstanding and preju- I THE PUBLICSPALATE
here in Europe is. Women and dice.
; with perhaps faltering voices, seeing
children have suffered, and are suf- Charity lifted high in the West, will 7. Agitation. NO HOLY V/AR/ TO BE
fering through this war more than ,.bless America, and Americans. pared 8. Rapid with wages.rise of prices as com-

they have suffered before in our I i "Yours very sincerely, 9. Growing feeling that existing
time. Too much can not be done for : "ROBERT HICHENS. institutions can not redress injuriesand PROCLAIMED .

them. It will be difficult, or impos-I oppression. .
sible, to do enough."Immediately I j WATCH THIS SPACE .
after the fall of Antwerp I A COMPLIMENT TO MASSACHUSETTS Washington, Dec. 7.Reasons for I SINCE CONQUEST IN 1452 !

I was at Folkstone. It was likea the present industrial unrest consti- SACRED FLAG RAISED I
foreign town. The streets were 'I tute the chief feature of the first annual i I BUT ONCEA
The Commonwealth of Massachusets -
thronged with wandering fugitives report of the United States I I I
whole families, old women with thin has received a unique compliment Commission on Industrial Relations, :
from the board of directors of IIol"ar, Has Twice Threatened -
shawls wrapped around them, little made public here today. The com-
girls with white faces, and wide eyes 'I the Panama-Pacific exposition. Un- mission states no conclusions, but I but Was Never Really I
the direction of the Massachusetts
that had seen things no children ,der simply summarizes the testimony of I DeclaredWorryCeases I
should see, tiny things just able to board of health, an imporant array of five hundred witnesses, whose opin- [

toddle, babies of a few months old, facts and photographs concerning occupational ions were taken at hearings in Wash- I I

and some just born. One woman with diseases has been secured; ington, New York, Paterson, Philadelphia -I f I London, Dec. 7.-I am informed, I II ;

whom I talked had a baby with her and the directors of the expositionhave boardof Boston, Chicago, Lead, S. D., !i I says Herbert Temple, by an intelligent ;' I _via ''i.lltt al3., w .
of four months old, who had made invited the Massachusetts Butte, Mont., Seattle, Portland, Ore., i. and well informed Turk now in tt
this tragic pilgrimage pursued by the health to make the only exhibit, on San Francisco, and Los Angeles. I I this city that no holy war has been BUYERS TO SHARE IN: PROFITS
diseases, to be shown at I
roar of German guns. The father? occupational The report first gives the causes of proclaimed to the Mussulman world, LOWER PRICES ON FORD CARS
The woman did not know where the San Francisco next year. The com- industrial unrest generally agreed. nor is one likely to be. "Holy war"
pliment comes as the result of a thor- !! Effective from August 1, 1911 to August
father was. The house that had been upon by the representatives of employers is a term much abused in Western
home? She thought it was burned: ough investigation, on the part of and the representatives of I parlance; and "holy wars" are much I 1,1915 and guaranteed against any reduction -

down. Now mother and baby were in those in charge at the exposition. employes; second, the causes ad- i rarer than one would think from read- during that time:

England, and mother was just won- They have secured the opinions of experts vanced by the employers; and, third, ing British and American newspa- Car $555.00
diseases, and, Touring -
dering what would happen to them. on occupational the causes advanced by the employes. pers.
She made no complaint. After tell- because the work superintended by Those causes generally agreed upon I ."The holy war can only be started Runabout 505.00F.

, ing me her story, she simply said, 'I the board isconsidered, the most thor- are found to be as follows: : by the raising of the sacred flag of O. B. Orlando. All can fully equipped.IWther. .
;' have come here. One hopes to be ough and complete in the country, the Largely a world-wide movement :Mohammed by the Sheik-ul-Islam, or
Governor Walsh : be able to obtain the maiinium efficienry
has will
safer here.: There are thousands of invitation come. arising from a laudable desire for chief of the Islamic faith," said my we production and the minimum. cost in our I
I in our factory .
of the fact
. such women as this, homeless, desti- evidently was ignorant better living conditions. Advancedby informant. "This has not been done i purrhaiiit and sales department if we reach an .utjat .f ,
tute, in ignorance of the fate of those that the outside world considered the representatives of labor, socialists, up to the present time, I can give 1 I 300,090 ears between the above date
I Massachusetts board the most efficient 'I Vnd should we reach this production we tree t. pay aa
; dearest to them. and employers, and generaly en- you positive assurance. I understand the baye"''. hare. from fill to SCO per ear (on or aboutuLuKt
t "Your little book tells me that in I in the United States. For it dorsed.A ;, the Sheik-up-Islam was urged by the \ 1.1915) to every retail buyer who purchase, IMS.a new
far distant America, too, Americans was his pet scheme to abolish that protest against low wages, long pro-Germans to raise the sacred flag, I Ford car between August regarding 1, 111 these and low August price l and profit-

t are putting their shoulders to the I board to make places Advertiser.for his political hours and improper working condi- but wisely refused to do so. This is .For haring farther plan particulars nee

i wheel. If ever an effort was worthwhile supporters.-Boston tions in many industries.A a political war.
I it is the effort they are mak- i desire on the part of the workersfor "Since before the conquest of Con- F. G. RUSH

[ ing. God will surely bless it. In this Most business may be a gamble, a voice in the determination of stantinople by the Turks in 1452 the Phone 226
sacred flag has never been :-a:- J but
war time, staggered by horrors of but the business man who thinks he conditions under which they labor, once. This was when the Sultan
i which I dare not write in this letter, I 1 knows it all takes the biggest and a revolt against arbitrary treat- Mahmoud Ali, grandfather of the I
some of us, perhaps, are tempted to chances. ment of individual workers and a present rarer, resolved to be rid of
his vicious Janizaries, c' household !
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t They are not scarce. Our stock is larger, better assorted and lower priced than ever. U

I Ji Make your selections now, and let us keep them until Xmas Eve. Ii '




LC11Mallll Medllailloal TOYS DESKS, TABLES, CHAIRS, i

H,, 25c to $10.00 ART n DOLLS all n TOYS Beds, Kitchen SWINGS Cabinets, TRUNKS., Tea Sets, _

:. All Kinds of Electrical Toys Games, Puzzles, Blocks, Books, .

ii Racing Autos, Trains, All-Wood. Dolls--positively unbreak- Paints, and numerous others. 1

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

Humpty Dumpty Circus---the greatest Monkeys that climb 25c

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

Babies lOc to $1.00

Baby Blossom ,. $1.00

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

The new Nature Dolls look Tango Babies $1.00
Irish Mail Velocipedes Shoo Flys
like real babies 25c to $7.00 Undressed Kid and Jointed ; ;

{ Dressed Dolls lOc to $15.00 Dolls 25c to $3.00 and Hobby Horses.

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Most Wonderful ROOF GARDEN THEATRE Big Suit and Coat :

Valuesever TONIGHTFirst Sale !
Show 7 P. M.
placed before the pur- A most exceptional opportunity j1
chasing public. Bison Drama,2 reels of buying the new
An event that every Woman "THE SILENT PERIL' smart beautiful models at .1
-- tremendous reduction. j
. in Orlando and vicinitywill a
L-KO Comedy
Our wonderful prices will
herald with 1 1I
speak for themselves.e
I only ask an opportunity to
Crystal Comedy FeaturingPearle
All Trimmed and
White prove that our values can-

Untrimmed Hats 'A Telephone Engagement'Pay not be compared.
I 1
- a visit to our Soda Fountain and Lucheonette. Come Early,Avoid the Rush I

l HALF PRICE Admission Admission Free,Nights until,Children 6.30 p.m.,5c.,Adults,lOc and Get You Choice j1

. Big Sacrifice Of rIillinery 1 'I

=TET: ALL THIS \l\lEEK '---- ---" j'j j

Your Choice. of any Hat in- the Store -- Trimned and Untrimned, at just j jE1alf

. : Price j
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 themTrill1llingsin
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Orlando's Largest Store, ''Quality Did It."

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\f : Harry L. Beeman Had 2 Octagonal -:

i| Lamp Posts Placed in !! r

f : ;' Front of Residence

1 i Yesterday I .

Harry L. Beeman has beautified his I!
'-'> :,:'?::
R Direction and ManagementThe 'I excellent and spacious property on Ii i

I Gore avenue by placing in front of .. E Ek t

: officers and Directors of this ,1! his residence two octagonal rein-i i
forced concrete posts surmounted by' v 1
Bank are well known for their exper- f I
glass globes sixteen inches in diam-

t ience and business standing. They : eter. In tbe globe, of course, will be I

give their personal attention to the 'j electric' lights. Such improvements,

I I affairs of the bank and personally pass if conducted uniformly by other civic '

f on all loans and investments. I I i minded citizens, will give to Orlando
'' an elegant Mr. Beeman
E The business of this bank is confined appearance.
:, is not stopping with electric light
1 to strictly sound, legitimate enterprises. 1 posts. Along the east of his property !!

In safeguarding the best interests of on Kuhl avenue he is having constructed : SURGLAftSand ,

t the stockholders they are also giving :i a retaining wall, six inches

E the same protection to each depositor. I thick and 200 feet in length. Sneak Thieves .

E 4E STATE BANK Among the popular transportation :;( tor those who )keep their valuables .

men registering at the San Juan yesterday .
of Orlandof were Messrs. W. M. Tupper ;, in our vault.

l and L. S. Scroble, of the Clyde Line; !J

t F Willis Calloway, of the N. & W.; D.I' Safe Deposit Soxes .

I A. Denmark, "Monon Route," and R. : .
rt r G. Park, New York Central. j i :, : $1 per year and up.


F Lawrence Odlin, paymaster in the ;

r.s. United States navy, who has been ini i

Orlando since Sunday, departed last i

t ; night over the Atlantic Coast Line j .,. ; :!i., .

1. : for New York. Mr. Odlin's parents j j ,' .. ....
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Mr. J. W. Harvey, of Wiiiston, is ""
f[ LOCAL AND PERSONAL formerly resided in Orlando and he ,, ,
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the well known Floridians I .
among ',
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has many close friends here who were : :;
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spending today in Orlando. He is' glad to see him. .
lion. J. M. Lee, of Kissimmee, wasa registered at the San Juan. '

prominent visitor to the city yes- I
The many friends of Mrs. J. L. "
terday.Mr. Mr. Frank W. Stanton, a well I j i Empie, 407 Boone street, will regretI

known fruit and produce buyer and I I hear of her serious illness result-
Wm. Pannill, of Tampa, spent shipper, registered at the San Juan
ing from a severe attack of bronchitis. -
yesterday in Orlando looking after 0"0 $ JID O'
business affairs. last night from Philadelphia, Pa. Yesterday she was reported to i } d '

be about the same, but the pleasingnews
A. B. Johnson, the'well' known Citrus of rapid improvement is being
J. W. Jackson returned last
Exchange left for
man yesterday awaited with much interest.
night from a business trip to Atlanta New York, where he will attend to I \ '- ::n
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and Jacksonville.Mr. .
urgent business matters for the next -
Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Morse arrived .
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few days. in Orlando yesterday from
J. M. Williamson, of Gabriella, l uY1Y .
I en route to their home in Winter
was among the shoppers in Orlando i
Wilkinson E.
Messrs.V. P. and II.
Park. Mr. Morse is the president of
yesterday.Mr. Maynard are among the New Yorkers |
the Morse-Fairbanks Scale company, j
sojourning in Orlando today. Theyare i and he and his estimable wife have
Walter Rose, one of Orlando's their at the McIroy'sOrlando Pharmacy
making headquarters
been spending their winters in Orange '
hustling real estate agents, made a San Juan. j' f
business trip to Tampa yesterday.W. county for a great many years. ,

Rev. J. E. Wray, pastor of the I R. J. Cleland, of the National Casket Fla. Established 34 Years
:M.: Davis left yesterday for Methodist church, left yesterday afternoon -
Pittsburg, is visitor ini
| company a
Florence, South Carolina, where he -- ---
for Arcadia attend the
to an- i the Sunshine
City, together with Mrs.
was called by the death of a cousin. nual session of the Florida conference
Cleland. They are touring the state,
which begins in that place today. .A.
and though he evidence of
Mr. J. E. :Merrill, one of the sub- sees activity -I ..
in almost line of busi-
stantial citizens of Plymouth, spent
Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Bogue arrivedin ness here, Mr. Cleland says his own i'
;yesterday in Orlando on business. I
Orlando last evening over the Sea- industry is remarkably dull. "Your I

board Air Line from Oxford, Fla., on state seems a very healthful one," I
fore having pictures see "life I
a visit to their son, Mr. A. R. Bogue, said he this morning.-St. Petersburg :KOD..A."KFOR
m.tion pictures" at Evans', 100 North
the popular representative of Chase Independent.
Main. 1125tfDr.
I & Company.We f I
The Young Ladies' Sodality of St.
F. F. Thompson, of New York
I bought some eggs from a man James' church wish to announce that
opened a dentist office this morningover XMAS SURE
I last week who felt so positive of their the "fancy sale" which they are having -
& O'Neal's store, 115 S.
freshness that he offered to give us for the benefit of the Sisters will
Orange avenue. It
a dozen for every bad one we foundin take place on next Saturday, December -
Call and examine line. Prices
$1.00 to $20.00
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Willsey and the bunch. So far we have found 12th, beginning at 10 a. m. and our

Mrs. M. Winters, of Lockhart, were none but good ones. | lasting until 10 p. m. Mr. Charles 1I j jI
I Rock has been kind in
very i
among the visitors to Orlando yester- |
day. Mrs. C. A. Carpenter and son, Mer-I I the use of his store for the occasion, | .eJf a *

rick S. Carpenter, of Jacksonville, and as everybody is acquainted with"Rock's I % I/Q Pharmacy Agents
in Orlando Bakery" the young ladies expect ,
Mr. F. P. Forster, cashier of the were ;yesterday, returningto '
First National Bank of Sanford, was their home last night. They for- a large attendance and perfect

among the out of town visitors in i merly lived here and have many success. 12-9-4tc

Orlando yesterday.Mr. friends and acquaintances.Mr. -
When you see an overdressed woman -

John Mueller, one of the well B. A. Inglis, secretary and escorting a man who looks likea
door mat, know who is boss in
known citizens of Gotha, mingled bus- treasurer of the Copeland-Inglis you
that house.
iness with pleasure in Orlando yes Shale Brick company, of Birmingham G

terday.Mr. Ala., arrived in Orlando yester-
day afternoon on business. He expects TOO LATE TO CLASSIFYFOR

A. M. Bristol, mayor of the to spend several days in this

prosperous town of Taft, was among section.Mr. SALE-Good horse and buggy; 5i .
cheap. 208 East Robinson avenue. Uw o oti f
the busines stransactors visiting the 12-8-6t

county metropolis yesterday. :: and :Mrs.: E. R. Loveland, of

Ashtabula, Ohio, are located in their A\i'TED-Return portion of ticketto

Hon. Thos. Emmett Wilson, of San- home for the wintgr at 98 Lake View. New York. Philadelphia or Bos-
ton via New York. Ladies' ticket
i\ '. is among the professional men This is their fifth season in this city: only. P. O. Box 207. 12-9-12t

in attendance upon the circuit court and they look forward to it with agreat

which began its session in this city deal of pleasure as being the FOR RENT--i room cottage in Con-
yesterday. best since coming south. cord Park; furnished or unfur-
nished. Apply 400 Concord avenue.
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FOR RENT-New furnished house;
.. Are your hens laying ? If not, why not ? all improvements; ground floor.
Also 2 light housekeeping rooms. 211
Jackson .'
Try Aunt Patsy's Poultry Food. Guaranteed street. 1286t'FOR

Everything in the Chicken line. RENT Two pleasant furnished '. 1915 HARLEY-DAVIDSON Horsepower 3-Speed Sliding Gear Transmission Automatic ,

205 rooms East, Robinson with board av;enue.private 19-9-St family.* Mechanical Oil Pump. Step-Starter and 66 Refinements $275.00.

Wright Seed CompanyPhone FOR RENT-At 103 Liberty street, W. WHITNEY WRIGHT 129 Orange
I 6 room cottage; close in. Inquireat .
179 206 So. Orange Ave. Lord & Bradshaw's real estate
___ I ; office. 12-9-6tc iiinii IIMIM''

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Big :Rl.1g Sale O t Oc.:

$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 \Vilton Rugs, Special Sale Price -------------------- 33.75 $20.00 Value 9x12 Axminster Rugs, Special Sale Price _____________:-___ 17.90

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

scar Hand & Son \A7. Pine Street

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