The morning sentinel
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 Material Information
Title: The morning sentinel
Uniform Title: Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 6 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando Fla
Creation Date: December 10, 1914
Publication Date: 1913-1918
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075052
oclc - 34297093
notis - AKR3407
lccn - sn 96027193
System ID: UF00079945:00206
 Related Items
Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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'. His Flagship, The Scharnhorst Spencer of Toledo Was Presentat Pope Wants Three Weeks Truce SE
{: lteetinglanY Bills for Christmas and Germany -

:'. The Light Cruisers Nurnberg and Dresden Escape but Are Being Paid and BoardAdjourned Not Opposedto CIViLIANS

}rf Pursued By the British Boats-Very Few Survivors From EFFECT OF THE EUROPEAN WAR I Plan TRAINIIr'O OF MORE .S SHe

. German Vessels-Von Spee Was Admiral Respon- -
It is that before January Paris, Dec. 9.-Today's official reports -
expected Secretary Declares That Conflict !- I Urges That They Become
'' sible for Loss of British Vessels Good Hope ''Ithe brick road bonds for Orange showed that the Germans had Officers War of
Report \
Makes Estimates of been routed from their trenches in -
and Monmouth county will be disposed of, and from
If." Future Financial Posi- the Aisne district, in Argonne and all Great Interest: Delivered -
then on rapid progress will be madein along the Meuse, while several of I ,
t. LONDON, DEC. 9.-THE BRITISH NAVY HAS SQUARED ITS AC- tion Hazardous Yesterday '
the construction of the various their attacks have been successfully
t ENGAGEMENT IN POINT OF GUNS AND TONNAGE YET FOUGHT roads. This was the result of a stren- Secretary McAdoo's Estimates for repulsed.The Washington, Dec. Secretary of

... WHEN VICE-ADMIRAL STURDEE'S CRUISER AND SQUADRON EN- uous session by the board of county Fiscal Years 1915 and 1916 allies are making good their War Lindley II. Garrison, in his an-
commissioners afternoon. I positions to which they advanced in
GAGED THE GERMAN SQUADRON OF ADMIRAL VON SPEE, AND yesterday Year ending June 30, 1915:
Nothing definite was given out fol- the north and are now preparing for earnestly
r. Ordinary receipts $728,000,000
lowing the meeting yesterday after- Ordinary disbursements 710,000,000 new attacks and further gains. Northof '
!' noon. Chairman Overstreet of the Estimated surplus uu__ 18,000,000 Roye, the former battle front of
I Gen. Von Kluk, the French today immediate
f' ARE BEING PURSUED BY THE BRITISH. board said that everything pertainingto Panama' canal will turn this into a -
t: TWO COLLIERS WHICH WERE ATTACHED TO THE GERMAN the road bonds looked extremely I deficit of 10000000.) I II pressed forward before the town of ther recommends the formation of 'a

1 FLEET WERE CAPTURED IN THE BATTLE WHICH OCCURRED YES- optimistic. "You may state to the I|I Year ending June 30. 1916: i Parvillers, and gained considerable reserve force, composed of men who
f Ordinary receipts $735,000,000\> .
t.TERDAY MORNING OFF THE FALKLAND ISLANDS IN THE SOUTH ,, public, said Mr. Overstreet, "that j Ordinary disbursements 713,765,105: ground.The have served at least a year in the

ATLANTIC, 300 MILES EAST OF THE ATLANTIC ENTRANCE TO THE I we are working on arrangements Surplus ___________-___ 214234,835 renewal of the German attemptto regular' army and who shall be discharged -
r STRAIGHTS OF MAGELLAN.AN whereby it is expected that the bonds j (After paying $19,000,000 for the force the allies back in the angleof before their terms of enlis|-
will be disposed of in a short time"The Panama canal, there will still be a the Aisne and the Oise, indicated'
OFFICIAL STATEMENT OF but who shall afl-
ADMIRALTY ISSUED TO- surplus of about rnent have expired,
bonds to be of will I $2,200,000.) the furious attacks by the invaders -
NIGHT SAYS THAT SOME SURVIVORS OF THE GNEISENAU AND disposed by ways be subject to recall when their

THE LEIPZIG WERE RESCUED, BUT NO MENTION WAS MADE OF i amount to $525,000. The remaining Washington, Dec. 9. Many persons against Tracy Le .Val, which were country has need of them. ,

r ANY SURVIVORS OF THE SCHARNHORST, AND IT IS BELIEVED I $75,000 worth of bonds constituting I j are dodging the federal income tax stopped and turned into retreat by The secretary recommends a simi i

;z. THAT ADMIRAL VON SPEE WENT DOWN WITH HIS SHIP. | the issue will be disposed of separate- I and the law should be amended so as the vigor of the French defense artillery lar reserve body for the National:

; THE TOTAL GERMAN LOSS IS PLACED AT MORE THAN 1,800 I ly and will be taken by other parties, I to catch them, William G. McAdoo continues to wage a terrific Guard and insists that some method
$<: HEN it is said. A. J. Spencer, representing I battle along the line of the Yser from
AND THE BRITISH CASUALTIES ARE OFFICIALLY REPORTED I |I secretary of the treasury, says in his be adopted for the training of more
TO HAVE BEEN THREE KILLED AND WOUNDED.IT the Hoehler Cummings & Prud- i t I'annual report made public here today. Nieuport to Lys, and in the region of civilians to become officers in case of

WAS VON SPEE'S FLEET WHICH SUNK THE BRITISH CRUISERS den Co., of Toledo, was present at the I' After giving a table showing the Arras the French and British troops necessity.

GOOD HOPE AND MONMOUTH AND SEVERELY DAMAGED TWO commissioners' meeting. number of incomes taxed by groups, I are busily engaged in strengthening: These recommendations Mr. Carr-

p. OTHER BRITISH CRUISERS OFF THE COAST OF CHILE IN NOVEM- Following preliminary technicalities he comments: the advanced positions gained on the son makes as the result of lessons already -

BER. in which problems confrontingthe "T,",is obvious, upon the face of the I railroad from Bethune to Lens following learned from the Europeanwar.

--_.-_- -, commissioners, the above men- returns, that there were more than the taking of V emelh: s. lie
I says:
BOOKLET BEING DISTRIBUTED tioned company and the brick con 79,426 persons out of a total popula- I "It would be premature to attempt
tractors will be settled everythingwill tion of approximately a hundred million Pope Wants Truce
KAISER IS now to draw an ultimate lesson frog
STill be clear and the disposal of the The Hague, Dec. 9.-Berliner Tage-
"The law of checks" is the title ofa in this country who had net in-i I "the war in Europe. It is an imperative
: bonds is sure to result.A comes of from $2,500 to $3,333 for 10 i I blatt states: "The pope has appealed
forty-eight page booklet being distributed duty, however, to heed so muchof
large number of bills were or- i to all belligerent with the object -
months-the taxable period for the powers
by the State Bank
of Orlan- what it brings home to us as w
dered paid by the board and other calendar !r of arranging three weeks truce
1913. It be said
VERYSICK do. The author is Fred W. Weitzel, year may incontrovertible and not to be changed
routine business transacted. The with truth that there for Christmas. Germany is unop-
equal were
and the book is filled with informa- by any event, leaving for later anymore
tion board adjourned at 5:30. more than 114,484 people out of our posed to this in principle."
indispensable to a customer. The I 1I i detailed and comprehensive cont?
booklet is being presented to 1 entire population who had a net income -
HEAD OF GERMAN EMPIRE body by the bank with its compli-every- I of from $3,333 to $5,000 and developments

UNABLE TO LEAVE HIS ments. WORK NEARLY FINISHEDForce more than 101,718 people out of our I K. P. DBF. CONVENTION cate. |

entire population who had a net income -
ROOM IS REPORT I The regular army on June 30th last
j JAS. A. KNOTO BUILD of from $5,000 to $10,000 for
BUNGALOW consisted of 4,701 officers and 87,78\\
i of Workmen Busy Last the same period. It is clear that Many Members From Orlando
of whom 758 officers and
men; 17,901men
i Night Laying New Floorin there thousands of who Went to New Smyrna Last
BERLIN WILD OVER LODZ BATTLEMuch i iI I were persons belong to the coast artillery

;j A force of mechanics under Contractor the Presbyterian failed altogether to make a return as Night to Join in theFestivities 1,008 officers and 18,434 men belong(

:. Peppercorn commenced work ChurchA required by law. to the staff, technical and noncombatant *
Enthusiasm Shown in yesterday the Reviewing at great length the
on erection of a two I branches of the army.

Results of Victories in i i i story bungalow for Mr. Jas. A. Knox, force of twelve workmen was emergencies produced by the Euro- I I The district convention of the The mobile army is composed ot.

Eastern War Zone by ton his lot on West street. When completed j busy under the glow of electric lights pean wars and the measures taken to I Knights of Pythias was held last only 2,935 officers and 51,446 men.

i| it will be an ornament to that I j last night laying the floor in the new meet them, the secretary declares the New and at- I The troops were disposed as fol-t
night at Smyrna was
Germans conflict makes estimates of the
I section of the city. Prysbyterian church. The exterior is any lows, on June 30th last: ;
I nearly finished but there remains con- future financial position of the United tended by a number from Orlando In the Philippines, 9,573 officer

Berlin, by wireless via London, Dec. I DOWN WENT THE AWNING siderable work to be done on the win- States extra hazardous. lIe continues who participated in the program. Of and men; Hawaiian Islands, 8,195;

!9.-The Kaiser was unable to leave dows, the entrances and the finish- : those who went from here were W. Canal zone, 2,179; Alaska, 862; Vera

his sick room today. It is thought I Yesterday morning four sections of ings. It is the belief of everyone "The ordinary receipts for the fiscal -, H. Brokaw, N. P. Yowell, J. T. Dale, Cruz, 4,090; Porto Rico, 707; United

,i that his catarrhal trouble coupled the new awning in front of the Guernsey -: that the work will be finished sutfi- year 1915 are estimated at $728- J. T. Horner and M. S. King. :Mr.: States, 64,579; others, 1419.

with fever is worse than the public !I building dropped to the ground, 1 ciently to allow the members of the 000,000 including $220,000,000 from I I Yowell is grand master of arms of Scarcely any unit of the army even

realizes. and; luckily no one was standing un- ,, church to hold services in the new edifice customs. It is impossible to estimate the state and took a leading part in has its proper complement of officers*

der it. A defective chain caused the on or before Christmas day. with accuracy, however, the receipts the initiation work.METHODIST the secretary says, and the need for
I from customs for the fiscal 1915
trouble. No hurt year
one was but the
of officers is ano?
increase urgent
Berlin, via wireless to Sayville, Dec. crash attracted as the effects of the European war an

9.-While the public is awaiting with s tators. a great many spec- ; NOT SUBJECT TO TAXState upon imports can not be foretold with CONFERENCE imperative. I*
the keenest interest detailed reports, any degree of certainty."But In Continental United States we

of the Lodz victory, the general staff TO INSTALL PIPE for the European war, which had in the mobile army June 30th last
I and The,
laconic announcement, "a thorough has largely restricted imports, the 2,689 men. '
County and Municipal Of- Several Members M.\ E. Churchat militia totals 8,323 officers and 119-
success, raises the expectations of under the tariff law of Octo-
II.V.. Pilcher revenue I
of Louisville, ficers Are Exempted From
Arcadia-No Preaching 087 men. The secretary comments: J
larger subsequent results. 3 1913 in for the full
Ky., is registered at the Empire. He ber operation
Owing to the nearness of railway is here for the purpose of superin- Tax, Says Latest year of 1915 together with the other Services Sunday-S. S. "If all of the National Guard could=

connection of Czenstochowa with tending the installation of the new Ruling sources of receipts would have pro- at Usual Hour be summoned in the event of war and':

'; Warsaw, it is expected that General vided sufficient funds to meet the ordinary should all respond (an inconceivable
pipe in the
organ Presbyterianchurch.
Von Hindenberg is speedily advanc- County Clerk B. M. Robinson yes- expenses of the government.To The board of stewards of the Methodist result), and if they were all found,

ing on Seizero* thereby compellingthe terday received the following tele- meet the extraordinary conditionsnow church appointed Col. T. J. Wat- fairly efficient in the first line-that:

Russians operating eastward of RED CROSS SEALS ON SALE gram from W. V. Knott comptrollerof law prevailing of October, the 22 emergency, 1914, was revenue en-- kins, C. E. Howard, J. L. Guernsey, is, the troops who would be expected

Czenstochowa to retreat in the direc- the treasury at Tallahassee acted, under which approximately and Jas. L. Giles as delegates to at- to immediately take the field-we
tion of Ivangorod. This might lead I $98,000,000 is expected to be realized, tend the Florida conference in could summon a force in this country,
Cross now
seals "Tallahassee Fla.
were placed on sale Dec. 9, 1914.- *
$54,000,000 thereof in the current fis- National Guard
to irreparable disaster to the Rus- of regulars and
{"yesterday by Brigham & Hill's and B. M. Robinson, Clerk of the Circuit ca clear, $44,000,000 in the fiscal session at Arcadia. They will look officers and 164-
sian army. (I Branch's book stores. The proceedsi Court, Orlando, Fla-The following year 1916. The anticipated' loss in after the interests of the church and amounting to 11,012
An Austrian bulletin today also. customs receipts during the conflict have voice in 887 men.
i derived from the sale of these stamps telegram was received last night: a the selection of a new
tends to show the precarious situationof I will go towards the fund for the suf- 'Department of internal revenue has abroad should therefore the additional be partially minister to fill the pulpit for the next The secretary then calls attention,
compensated by receipts -
the Russians. Reports of Austrianand i ferers from tuberculosis. just issued ruling that official bondsof under the new law. Even after four years. I Ito the present importance of flying

German troops operating south I __ __ state county and municipal officers the cessation of hostilities it may bea There will be no preaching service corps and motor transportation in ;

and west of Piotrkow indicate that had remained before empty Russian are not subject to tax.-Lewis, long time before our imports from I next Sunday at Methodist:: church war and suggests that a volunteer
they have the attacks of the belligerent countries are restoredto I be .
repulsed reserve or-
motor transportation
trenches fearing strategem. All the Collector. Please give this publicity. a normal basis.TURNED as the pastor will be away attendingthe
the Russians who are trying to forcea German official reports of heavy Rus- -W. V. Knott, Comptroller." annual Florida conference. The ganized from the motor vehicles

way northward from Norwora- sian losses at Lodz are false." CARPENTERSFire I Sunday school will be held at the us- adaptable to military use now in the

domsk. A bulletin further reports a WILL NOT GO TO TAMPA: I ual hour and a sacred concert will be r hands of private citizens.

considerable battle in progress in Berlin Denies Retreat Chief Dean and Chief of Police given by the choir in the evening.The .

western Galicia. Fighting in the Car- Berlin, by wireless via London, Dec. The Orlando Country Club golf Smith were working lustily in the program will be made up of I

pathians continues. 9.-The main headquarters reports team will not go to Tampa today as rear of the city hall yesterday after- choir, orchestra organ and male quar- JOIN THE ARMYTEELItTEEN .1

that the French attacks in the districtof planned to play a return game of golfwith noon with hammer, saw and the other tet music. The male quartet is the t

False Says Petrograd Souain and on the villages of Va- the Tampa Automobile and Golf utensils of carepntry. They tried to I best combination of voices that has ; ::1
London, Dec. 9.-A
dispatch from rennes and Vouquers, in the eastern club. The date has been postponedand enlist the services of every visitor i yet bene organized.THE .
Petrograd to the Exchange More days left for Christmas
Telegram part of the Argonne forest, have been will be announced later. who came to watch them work. Little -
company says: "The Russians abandoned -I repulsed with heavy losses to the en- I success was gained by this WEATHER Shopping. Bargains ready i

Lodz at midnight Sunday. Next emy. The report that the Germansare Christmas boxes, tags stickers, oJ. The laconic answer to t:1eth-j now. Shop early. Read the i
day the city was occupied
mans: who during the by the Ger-j retreating from the Yser is offi- cards, papers, and twine for that I questions was, "Building new Le: Florida: Partly cloudy Thursdayand Sentinel Advertisements.r" .
.v intervening time 101 Bison. I ntwo parts, "Olana of ''Christmas bundle. Curtis & O'Xeal. tee:! jail. (1I Friday; colder.

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and PARK & TILFORD and we will deliver your :

"Oh. papa:" said Georgie Trevor. .
"What do you think?" \

.1 "What do I think? Why. I think IOE CEE..A. I
i my little boy looks very happy about I

Our big line ofXmas something." For DinnerNew
"1 saw mamma In the park:"' Sunday J

i 1 A pained expression came over the
father's face. His wife. the mother I t
Packages York Ice Cream Specialty.
.1< of the boy had been dead a year. my

I IIt The child was at the time too youngto Philadelphia and Fancy Ice Creams to Order
i will be in soon understand the nature of death acid
had been told that his mother had,

; gone away and would not come back .Wholesale and Retail, Bricks cr Cans..... I'I'5l
----- to him. When the father J't><'o'"f'rt'tlfrom

o .1 he said the: hock his son had given him I I Neapolitan Creams Always in Stock

:t 1jive orders we will 4.1.1"t "You were mistaken.:: Georgie. Youcouldn't
us your '. .. I :
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have seen mamma for she i*
I .
in heaven."
deliver them Xmas Day. }::- "Yes. I did. While Nanny and I I EC. :aOEFLEE
were walking in the park I saw mum
ma sitting on a bench by the fountain.I ;
ran up to her and said. 'Oh.mamma Residence 205 Liberty St., Corner Mariposa I
where have you been so long. and
L .4. why don't you came home?" Factory Around the Corner. Prices Reasonable.
"And what did mamma say?

: "Why. she kissed me and said. '1can't rv -..... --- ------ ._JD. -=---
ESTES PHARMA Y > come to you, !but you can come
and see me at my home occasionally.:
Then I asked her where that was. (
and she said. 'I'll tell your nurse, and

,..'... she The can father bring took you.his" boy In his arms. TEN REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD

kissed him and. putting him down.
sent for the nurse and questioned her.
-, PHONES She told him that the lady Georgie
t had referred to was the Image of his COOK WITH GAS
lost wife; that she had humored the:
boy and had given her address at the
61 and 95
same time telling her that she might A
"1 bring him to see her If she found he
was longing for her. I 4
The next day Georgie asked to betaken
** '' 6. Speed '
to see his "mamma and the 1. Convenience

!+ 9E+ w ..!.! nurse having referred the matter to I
his father and received his assent, took 7. Efficiency'
the child to see the lady. Miss Marian 2. Comfort I
Hill, who petted him and gave him *
candy and sent him home loaded with 3. Cleanliness 8. Safety .
favors. Many times during his visit
HARRrS-nNS' she was about to explain to him that I 9. Perfect Regulation
she was not his mother that he had 4. Simplicity
:::I .
made a mistake but that he might; consider 1 of Heat
: her as such and she would lon
HOUSEHOLD him the same as If she mere 80, but 5. Accessibility! 10.
the child seemed so sure; about her Economy
Identity and It was evident that she
; .PAINT would only pain him by setting him
right so she could not bring herselfto i
correct his error. When he parted I
formosteygrything: from her be said: 8. SAFETYCould
"Why don't you come home mamma.
l and ? He looks so be-
see papa
Easy to use. cause you went away:" .. any fuel be safer than GAS? Hardly.

JI Miss Hill found It more difficult to There to and fire the kitchen floor there
Easy to buy. are no sparks pop out set to ; is
parry this part of the error than any
of the others. However she was no no chance of explosion; there is nothing to leak on the floor and flame up when

; Small cans. prude the and case.yielded Her heart to the was necessitiesof touched someone carelessly drops a lighted match; there are no flues to burn out and set

r by the motherless boy. and she placedhis the house afire; there are no wood piles or coal bins with their constant danged
t 1- 16 Colors and comfort above all else.
to house.
"You can bring papa to see me If yon your
ALL GOOD. like." she said. GAS the safest of all fuel to use and this fact can easily b'e proved by re
t t "And then will you come home withus '
l I I ?" ference'to the records of fire departments and insurance companies.

Wears well. The lady kissed him and said that The use of GAS spells SAFETY.
she couldn't do that, and she couldn't
Looks well. explain to him why. but doubtless his
F father would understand.So .
when Georgie's father came home

) What more that mamma evening couldn't the come boy told home him to that see ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO. .

t -7 can you ask? him. but he could go to see her.
dlr ? 1r One afternoon Mr. Trevor made a ('
lit'"' ". call on Miss Hill. He was struck with
her likeness to his lost wife and was, .
not surprised that Georgie had mistaken
SOLD I3Y her for his mother. J
"I would have brought Georgie with
me" he said. "but thought that we
Jos. Bumby Hardware Co.
had better first arrange what we should
tell him to satisfy him. that our stories
may not disagree."
"1 fear that I shall have to rely on

...>lffif' MTHiiM 1*111111111111111 U 111111111 It' I do you"I.so.to will 1"tell fear think him I the have that matter I not am not the over.his heart ThereIs mother. to- Th Fl rina R al E t t & Inv tm nt C 1

no need for baste. I am not sure
that we could make him understandhis
mistake even If we tried to do so.
Capital $50,000. Fully Paid
REAL ESTATEWe For the present we may permit him to
remain In Ignorance."
Miss Hill made no reply to this. She Incorporated In Florida; Therefore Under Stale Control.WE ,
knew that It would be embarrassingfor
-- the child to continue In supposingthat
she was his mamma. living; in an-
buy d sell all classes and kinds of Real Estate.If other home than theirs. Mr. Trevor
also realized this but he had thought

you want to buy or sell the earth it will pay you to call of a remedy. The moment he saw and
extend invitation Investors
Miss Hill he was seized with a desire a cordially to
that she should fill the gap left by the
and talk wishes with
over us.
your wife he had lost. Indeed from the Property-Holders to call at our office, to learn
time he thought of this possibility he
The of this firm has had
manager years of -
became a different man. Being a widower the most progressive and conservative methods. t
he knew how to lay siege to a
i dealing in Florida investments, having sold over a
woman's heart and realized that his To interests this Company aside of their
protect your
motherless child had opened a way for
million dollars worth of Florida Real Estate in the last
him. When he arose to leave after his I
financial strength give Bank Gaurantee whenever our
two years. *' ""'7T -' first call he had formed a definite pur ,
; : pose that would bring him: a companion
and his boy a mother. clients demand it. Enquiries by mail promptly an-
We are well posted on the value of all classes and He
began by sending trilling gifts
by Georgie when he went with his swered.
I kinds of Florida property. We want listed with us all nurse to see his mamma. principally

flowers and books following these
; bargains in Real Estate, and we want customers for Real by invitations which at first were up such HENRY BENEDICT, PresidentOffice

as might Include Georgie. From this I
; Estate Bargains. he stepped to Invitations and gifts of
such frequency that his ultimate Intentions I
Phone 570Sentinel
w vt re ot>\looa. over Peoples National Bank.
One day he made his boy dance for
Joy by telling:: him that "mamma" was

COMPANY "I knew she' would come some timer
cried the chi'd.! clappipg:: bis bands.
"When Is she coming! :: ?"
R. D. WARING, Manager "Papa is c"ing:: to take her for a short '
Journey and when w* come back she

"- Rooms and Watkins Block Phone No. 63111.15tf will Georgie be here never all the knew time.but that be had W nt Aks Bet Results

. I found his mother reason bad who gone for some away unaccountable but

had come back to him.

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. DEVELOPMENTS INDICATE I'AMERICAN FOOD SUPPLIES cut A 86,000 Pacific shingles coast workman in 10 hours recently, the I

former record been
having 74,000


, C Colonial l l Hill San Antonio,- Texas- carpentershave

. New York, Dec. Developments Rotterdam, Dec. 7.For the past been successful in their de-
during the week indicated steady fortnight American food has saved us mands for a union shop and a mini- I'

,. progress toward the resumption of from starvation," was the statement mum wage scale of $3.60 a day. TODAY
normal conditions in security mar- today; of a Belgian committeeman dis-

a high-class development in the kets. The date for the final removalof tributing relief shipments in Liege Often when a girl has a pretty an-
all barriers to free trading remained province. kle her shoes has a way of becoming

I prettiest section of the city. Is more or less obscure, how- "All our grain was exhausted," he untied at the psychological moment. Our Usual Two Reel Feature

nine blocks north east. ever. Rumors that stock exchange said, "because it was requisitioned by
authorities intended soon to quote the; Germany army. Except for a Many automobiles cost more char- (Name unknown at this time )

Sidewalks all the way. Has prices met with prompt deniaL It small supply of meat a meager quan- acter than they do money. I

was said open trading was likely until tity of field crops we had nothing.
several houses under con-
new the situation in London assumeda "1 'The Americans have saved us

struction. Has water, gas and more favorable aspect. from starvation,' is the cry on every ACREAGE FOR SALE .. "Never Too Old "
The trading of the week demon- lip. Every American seen in Liegewas ,

electricity. Is in the highest strated that a substantial demand exists hailed as a benefactor. Whenever -ONORlANDOSANFORD'- A Lubin Comedy."Politics .

point in the city, being 28 feet here, at prices above the mnii- an automobile carrying an American -
mum fixed for the protection of collateral flag passes in the streets the BRICK ROAD
higher than the business sec and bank loans. people take off their hats. ,

The new price level tended to diminish "Seventeen' thousand tons of wheat i and "
tion. Press
fears that unfavorable consequences have been received in Liege and 35- AT A SONG ,

might arise from the actual 000 people are being supplied with
reopening of the exchange to regulated nearly a half pound each daily. Rich
dealings in listed stocks. The and receive the same amount.
poor Sixty-five acres of best rolling pine
successful resumption of business in Our supply of bread is running out land suitable for citru trees andall

C Colnulal I n Hill securities not largely held by foreign already. We are mixing potato flour field crops; within sight "f railroadst AND
interests by interior stock exchangesalso with the wheat and by this means we -""", schools,churchei.. WUr' BE

enhanced the general feeling of can last another three or four days., S;'_3IFIC D. A fine location for a 1 VAN DYKE BROOKE

confidence.The by which time we are praying more nursery.

course of the money market, American wheat will arrive.
Price, Terms $25 per Acre
with call loans down to 3 1-2, addedto "Distribution is difficult becausethe
the cheerful outlook in the mone- Germans commandeered our Spot Cash $20 per acre HEAR
is on the market. Prices rang-
tary situation. England's war loan, means of transport. In offering our

ing from $350.00 to $600.00 per issued on a four per cent. basis, went heartfelt thanks to the American "THAT ORCHESTRA
to a premium over the issue price. people we pray them to allow their The Biggest Grove ValueFour ,
lot. Costs nothing to see it. For At home the interesting features generosity to continue, for without
miles from town, good road,
further information see included the reduced discounts made them we should have starved, and I
choice citrus location. We have a fine
by several federal reserve banks, without them we must starve."
10 acre piece with five acres in fine'
floating of a Swedish loan for $5,000000 ,- '
bearing grove. The other five is all
and the ready sale of $12,700,000 5c ------ tOe
IN TilE WORLD OF LABOR cleared and the whole piece is
worth of Canadian Pacific railway ,
fenced. There is an old house on
trust certificates. Demand for pig There are 547 labor unions in Chile.0 the place. Price $3500.ORLANDO .
iron improved, copper advanced, and -

CARl DANN additional large orders for war sup- Membership in Denmark trades REAL ESTATE CO.
plies were reported. unions totals 150,000.0 TOMORROW

Watkins Block PHONE: 504
PINE CASTLE RANDOM NOTES Colored elevator operators and
I starters in New York city are organ- NEIL McDUFFEEContractor
Pine Castle, Fla., Dec. 8,-Mr. and[ izing. PRESENTS

Mrs. Wm. T. Livengood, of Charleston --0-

Christmas W. Va., arrived Friday eveningto Union steamfitters Washington, ad: BuilderBttnffIOWS Chas. Richman in

spend their third winter at their D. C., are paid $4.60 a day.0 .
cottage here.
Almost HereGive Mrs. Jos. Ahik and little son, Leslie Railroads in India pension aged : Building. Orlando "

of DeLeon' Springs, were guestsof emplo)es. 'lUE MAN fROM nOME.
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Sphaler Mon
--0- BEST SELECT OYSTERS, 50c. Quarts
One hundred thousand shop girlare
us your order for Lawrence Griffin, of Kissimmee employed in Greater New York Waldceker\ Fish Co A Five Reel Paramount Production.
and Mr. Frank Fuller, of Stet city.
son University, DeLand, were visit- --0- FOR FISH AND OYSTERS
DATES ors in this community Sunday.Mr. Printers in Johannesburg, South Phone No. 5. 206 Boone StreetP. --
and Mrs. Lionel Homan, of At-
$27 week. '
earn a
FIGS M. and W. O. COX
PECANS lantic City, N. J., spent Monday call- --0- I'

ALMONDS ing upon former acquaintances here. Sweden has 5,600 co-operativs so 10-23-tf THE OLD RELIABLEDANN'S

ENGLISH WALNUTS Mr. J. C. Fulford, of Lockhart, vis cieties. -
ited Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hansel Satur- '
MINCE MEATCRYSTALIZED day.Mr. There are 16,000 women unionists SANDBOTwo | TRANSFERDr.
GINGERWe and Mrs. Jos. L. Sundy and in Denmark.

carry a full line of Xmas eat Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Sweet and their B. WIENENGA, Prop.

I ablea. sons, Cecil and Clifford, motored to Tennessee limits the work of wo Compression Starter

XMAS PRESENT Conway Sunday and attended servicesat men to 54 hours weekly.0 .

Send a Box of Fruit to your friends. Mrs.the S.Methodist Frank Phillips church attended there. the MADE [SPECIALLY FOR FORDSWill Livery, Draying and HaulingWE

Only $1.35 express prepaid east of Electric railways in the United
Rocky Mountains.Give regular meeting of Orlando ChapterD. States employ 282,461 persons. Start Any That
A. R. Saturday afternoon. The I
us your order now. Can he Cranked
chapter this occasion
on was royally
Union bakers at Passaic, N. J.,
entertained at the palatial home of have started a co-operative bakery.0 One sharp pull from the
Mrs. Wm. R. O'Neal.

CARUTIURS & GORE Mrs. S. W. Reed has as her guestner Philadelphia's-cloak-, suit and skinf two seat turns the engine overt AUTO, AUTO BUS AND TRUCK

sister, Mrs. Lottie C. Oldes, o trade is now 100 per cent. organized. compressions.
The Christian Workers of Union Thai "QUEFR SHAPED .WHEEL"h Country Driving for Eight or Ten Solicited
New Modern in the mines of South
Grocenr Chapel will hold their annual sale of Africa are paid $6 a day and aor Does It.
I useful and fancy articles in their 50 hours a week. HORSES FOR SALE

Phone 200 work room in the rear of the churchon --0- See the Sandbo

Saturday afternoon and evening of In'Los Angeles, Cal., 64 per cent 'Phone 257. Orlando, Florida
December 12th. Supper will be served of the women laundry workers earn
6 and 8 East Pine St. from five until seven o'clock. less than $9 a week. FORD GARAGE I .

Saturday evening the Baptist La ... -
-0I -
-- dies' Aid Society gave a box supper Budapest trade unions $139.
spent ----- --
nd social in the interest of their new I
ORLANDO church. 461 for unemployment benefits last -------- ----

I year.
Mrs. Mary F. IIuxtable, of Conway, ,
-0A ;
spoke at Union Chapel morning and union label exhibit will be one of J

PLUMBING CO organized evening Sunday. In the evening she the striking features of the great A. Do not worry about your=
a young people's branch of F. of L. convention.
the W. C. T. U. and told of her tripas
a delegate to the
26 WEST PINS STREET state and na Girls employed in Providence, R. L,
tional conventions of the W. C. T. U.
department stores demand abolition
PHONE 122 just recently held. The officers of of Saturday night work.
the young people's society organized and
--0In Plumbing Sewering i
Sunday evening
are as follows: President Germany as well as in Austria
Best Plumbing at Low- Miss Alma Sullivan; corre there is an unduly high tuberculosis
sponding secretary, Miss Stella Harris rate among youthful wage earners.
est PricesWe recording secretray, Miss Vera -- -
Jones; treasurer Mrs. Belle
Louisville iron molders'
union had
are not in the combine.SLAUTER'S Mr. and Mrs. Huxtable were entertained on exhibition at the Kentucky states We will do for and when
latest inventions usedon
at the home of Mr. and Mr fair you you pay you
all first-class a splendid display of their own
J. F. Harris during their stay here handiwork.
Sunday. get ready
I -0-
Plumbing Construction Word has been received of the recent California labor unions favor the

death of Mrs. Ada L. Stone at proposed constitutional amendment
her home in Orange, Mass.
providing for the establishment of a
Real Estate Boughtand Mrs. Stone formerly resided in Pine minimum wage for women and mi-

Castle on their property just south oPine f nors. Call' J..F.oa JOSEPH RAEHN PLUMBING HfATING CO.
Sold. Livengood Castle proper, now known as the --0-- i I t an ,
grove, and will be pleas
-- The cost of living is higher in Brazil 00J U
antly remembered by all the older
City Building Lots, cash residents of this than in any other country in the
$100; $1.00 place, especially scan
and $1.00 per week buys a Lot it be said of Mrs. Stone, who wasa world, being about three times as Cor. Graves and Irvin Streets
high as in the United States.
Preparations are now in --0-- I
Notary Work progressfor
Promptly Done. and Neatly the Christmas entertainment to Fall River, Mass., newspapers have !

be given in Union Chapel on Christmas signed an agreement with their web ORLANDO
eve. pressmen which provides for substantial -
Wednesday evening will be held the improvements.Low

,FLORIDA regular prayer: meeting in Union --0- I .

Office at Pinehurst ParkP. Chapel. The leader this week is Mrs. wages and frequent unemployment i II'..1 1hi. d w-I mo.-i 1-15
I J. F. Harris and the subject "Faith." is the reason assigned why
O. Box 281I'UO"E
j+I only 5 per cent. of the Pacific coast 1
403 !0-S-lia u
Mighty convenient-Sentinel wants. seamen are married. = _


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South Florida SentinelMORNING For SaleBeautiful 1I
(By W. S. Branch) WANTED-Ladders for house paint- I
AND WEEKLYW. Have you ever seen the original' of ing. Address P. O. Bo' 351.
M. GLENN .EditorW. 12-10-3t ,
Home? A twentieth
"Nobody cen-
.. .
C. ESSINGTON Bo ineM Manager t
-- tury girl with an expression on her ANTED-Four or five unfurnishedrooms Lake Front Lot,
Entered at the poetoffice at Orlando Florida -
M Second CUan Mail Matter._ face that indicates an entire absenceof cottage, no bungalow, with Owner needs the
66x200. mon-
all improvements; man and wife WHAT SHALL I GIVE?
SUBSCRIPTION RATES brains in her head. Hence the title ; very
Daily. 1 Year $5.00 of the picture. The newspapermen lowest price. Address ""Wanted" ey and will sacrifice for only _
Daily. C Months 2.60 Sentinel office. 12-10-3t I
Daily. 3 Months 1.25 are making great use of the $1200.
Daily. 1 Month .. phrase. A New York paper says, II. REYNOLDS, the French light-

Weekly. 1 Year .. $1.00 "Nobody home but the hat rack and weight wrestler, challenges anyone
for a match, at their own style. Ad- Lot off Lake Is certainly becoming an important
ALL ADVANCETO that is on the way out. The Tampa dress, The Morning Sentinel Office.
Tribune says, "Nobody home but the 12-10-ltc Lucerne Circle, size 75x155. tion-a question that is agitating

ADVERTISERS: bath tub, and that is full." Just by Fine view of the lake. Owner a mind at the present moment. A ques,1,1
Copy far display and all other hand-set LOST-Small purse, containing $21
of add home
paradox we Nobody
advertising mast be hand Q in at the business way in bills and some small change. Re- non-resident and will sacrificeat that is selected without a thought
office of the Sentinel. not later than t p. ra. but the fire and that's gone out.Shakespeare turn to John F. King, 11 W. Concord
the day before publication. This rule applies only $1600.A suitability, or usefulness, is often accepted \
and receive
for contract advertising: it Is
to changes
invariable and will be strictly adhered to. 12-10-3t in the same spirit in which it is given. (

SiifwcfiUrr 3esTrW The Sentinel discontinued To paraphrase Shakespeare "Someare 1-- -
office in writing GUARDIAN'S NOTICE
should notify the on J
the date of expiration otherwise it will be born mean, some achieve mean- Fine Little Home with an LET US HELP YOUin
eonjtiaued at the regular subscription rates In Court of County Judge. State of Florida.
ness, and some have meanness thrust Orange County-In re Estate of Ashton. income. Six acres. Three
until notice to stop is received. selections We believe
Telephone Numb ...................... 24 upon them." We believe a great Lorenzo and Albert Lovell. Minors. I I your we are
Notice is hereby given to all whom it mayconcern acres of it in bearing fruit. Five qualified. Just glance through this abre-
many of the soldiers in the Europeanwar that R. L. Lovell. as guardian of
THURSDAY DECEMBER 10. 1914. Ashton. Lorenzo and Albert Lov..l. bungalow. On proposed
minors. room
viated list 'twill assist
-- ----- belong to the latter class. Under will, on the 11th day of January. A. D. 1915. you
orders from their captains, who are apply to the Honorable Wm. Martin. County brick highway, near city. Price and we will help you with the finishing
is tax!
Why war
a Judge in and for said County, at his officein
o under orders of the generals, who in Orlando in said county, at 10 o'clock a. m. now $3850.Cooper. touches.
or as soon thereafter as the matter he.
turn under orders and influence .
Christmas is coming. are heard, for authority to sell, at public or private \j -
of kings and emperors, the soldiersare sale, the interest of said minors in the I r
o following described real estate in said county I
Have you bought a Red Cross seal compelled to go out and murder, to-wit: |I,, SHOP EARLY
plunder pillage, abuse and commit Beginning at the southwest corner of north- Atha
yet? east quarter of southwest quarter of section ,
many atrocities that they would never 10. township 21 south, range 28 east, run
-oTa thence east 386 feet, north 225.7 feet, west i I i I
ta, tight skirt; your end is degrade themselves by doing if left 386 feet, south 225.7 feet containing 2 acres 114 South Orange Ave. Ground Floor MOTHERA
to their own choice in the matter.Deserting more or less. i FOR
near. Which application will be based upon the I Phone No. 311
-- petition for such sale
now on file in said
court. Dress Pattern of Gray, Wistaria,
Tramp, tramp, tramp, the trampsare Dated Dec. 9, A. D. 19U. ---- --- -- --
Whatever other distinction Governor R. L. Taupe, or Black Crepe, de Chine, Crepe
LOVELL Guardian. Sentinel
marching.Have ? ? .. I Subscribe for The Daily
Blease has achieved, he will go I :Meteor: Pussy Willow Taffeta, Peau de
o I __
nn ---- Sole Taffeta. .
down in history as the executive that I
for the -
you bought anything : I
destitute children? wi.s called by more mean n.mes than A PAIR OF GLOVESA

any American in his generation. "And PAIR OF BED ROOM: SLIPPERSA
The good old times! And how much well deserves the praise.
the times!
better are good new

What you don't o know sometimes film famine, which caused a fear I II A BOX OF HANDKERCHIEFSART

do good-because don't of closing all the movies because of NEEDLE WORKA
might you you I I
know! the war in Europe, has been avertedby II I BATH ROBE

an ingenious Yankee who has discovered -

Making mountains o out of molehills a method of making films Modern Dwelling SHOP EARLY

is the principal business of some peo- from skim milk. Another reason why I II

ple. Florida farmers should plant more .

o cows. I a For Father and Son
A time comes in every man's life !

when the less mail he gets the less Appropriations.Congress
: Always appreciate and enjoy the use of
work he has to do. has appropriated $53,000000 ,- Located at No. 6 E. Jackson street, near High School
o for waterways in the United HOUSE SLIPPERSDANCING

*'Heavy, heavy hangs over your States but not a cent for the Orlando building. The lot is 43x75, and the house, which is new PUMPS
postoffice building.
head"-have paid your taxes
yet? -0Mr. and modern, contains large living room, dining room, ,

There are seventeen ways of goingto takes nearly half a column of kitchen, four bed rooms, bath, and front and rear veran- CASES i
how people the Times-Union to record the arriv- TRAVELLING SETS
Heaven, yet many
there are who try to duck them all.o 'als in Jacksonville on the Clyde Line das. The location is in pleasant neighborhood and you BEI..TS'ITH INITIALS
boats each day. Old Mr. Clyde and JEWELERY, Tie Clasps, Cuff Buttons,

his family ought to be pretty good to Collar Buttons, Stick Pins.
Suggestion for Royal Christmas are only ONE BLOCK from business center. This prop-
dinner in Europe:
Alphabet soup-P-E-A-C-E. -- erty is listed with me exclusively and the price is mod- FANCY VESTS

steak Peace) .
Harmony beef with If the Times-Union really wishesto erate. Cash or terms.
Salad, white flag trimmings. have Tampa go dry so the cigar SMOKING JACKETS
Dessert, angel wing tips. factories will move to Jacksonville, it I
Nuts, cheese, Orlando cigars. ought not to print such articles as PAJAMA: SUITS
appeared on one of the local pages
Tuesday Senator Fletcher of
Florida introduced a bill authorizingthe --0- S. Y. WAY SHOP EARLY

appropriation of $50,000 by the AwningThe
proposition for an awning on
government to fight the citrus
The bill should be passed. the south side of Pine street has now Insurance and Real Estate FOR DAUGHTERBOUDOIR
o grown to the idea of having a uni- j I

form style and height of cover from
the State bank to the Doctor Porter
One of the troubles with New York i PHONE 172 GLOVES
I block on the corner of Court street.J. .
is that it is filled up with a great COLLAR AND CUFF SETS
A. Knox is ready to put one over
class of people who know nothing of HAIR ORNAMENTS:
his building. The Sorosis Club will
America. Labor problems in that FANCY GIRDLES
surely not stand in the way of such a
city would be solved to a large extent SLIPPERS, SHOES
fine improvement and Dr. Porter can
if the "unemployed" would seek KIMONAS: BATH ROBES
readily see the advantage it wouldbe
to his building and business.Get .

PASS IT- the news in The Sentinel first. -I II SCARVES
The members of the next legisla- I SILK WAIST LENGTH

ture will receive a loud "amen" from I BOX OF SILK HOSE
------- -- I
-- II
every decent citizen if the state passes I FANCY NECKLACES
a law making it a misdemeanorfor i

a thirst fiend to trade a list of HANDKERCHIEFS

names for a quart of whiskey. A Gifts That EndureThe DRESSING JACKET

beautifully decorated envelope containing -

,. a whiskey ad. stuck in hun- SHOP EARLY
dreds of boxes is a sacrilege upon the

; day and an insult to the recipient.

i EUROPE SHOPPING 0 very air is now becoming charged with the For the ChildrenMotion

" In Europe the Christmas shopping spirit of giving, for Christmas will soon be here. perpetual)

r is at its height. But the spirit is HAIR RIBBONS

t kind wrong.of gifts Instead der Kaiser of buying, King the George right, The choice and preferred gift is the one which endures, f BOX OF HANDKERCHIEFS

r Nicholas, Poincaire, Francis Joseph, because it suggests the continuity of love and friendship, WINDSOR HOSIERY THAT TIES WILL WEAR

and the rest of the early shoppers are
f buying contact mines, aeroplane Such is watch of HOSE SUPPORTERS
bombs, cannon howitzers ammunition a gift a or piece jewelry. TOILET SETS

I guns, high explosives, mortors, COIN PURSES /

\ and shells for each other. The dealerin You will findrat our store everything that would: distin- : SACQPESIITTENS:
is rushing busi-
ness explosives and along doing with a the nefarious guish a first-class jewelry store-gifts of rare value for the lavish : KNITTED CAPS

business stalks Death and weeping spender, and *an almost unlimited choice of less expensive, but : LEATHER BATH ROBES BELTS

Peace. charming gifts to suit the limited income. j I


In the current issue of "Life' 'is a We are sure our selections will please you.

horrible caricature of the Kaiser. He

is portrayed as a monkey. His right OPEN EVENINGS

hand partially covers a skull; his left

hand is raised and is supporting a i DICKSON .IVES CO.

lamp bearing the words, "German

Kultur." The drawing is by Evans

and the caption is "The Missing T. H EVANS
Link." Several weeks ago Life car-

ried a drawing entitled "My Heart .DEP ARTMENT STORE.

Bleeds for Lorraine"-this time the JEWELER .. ..
Kaiser was represented by a monster

boar, with long tusks dripping with ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE
Orlando Florida''
blood and seemingly having a good Orange Avenue -

. time gouging up villages, etc. This I
form of caricature is debasing, un- I I i

ji"t,, unworthy and revolting. -- t. I IITHE
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LUCERNE TO DAY I Open Admission 2 p. m. and 5 cents 6:30 m.EI i! I I

M 31 De 1111 ..?.- I

Four-Reels-Four .
101 Bison. In two parts, "Olana of I
the South Seas," with Wm. Clifford,
,; Those Entertaining Boys Marie Walcamp.Nestor. Jewelry, Cut Glass, n !
"Sophie of the Films." !
In an Entire Change of Songs, Jokes and Dances. :First chapter of a great serial comedy -
played by Victor Forde, Eddie Silver Novelties,
Lyons and Lee Moran. LI U
Imp. Comedy. 'Oh, You Flirt."
"A Madonna of the Poor," o An Five irresistible cents to Imp.all. comedy. French Ivory, i

I IGULYAG Goods Etc.
Two Part Thanhouser Drama. GOOD ,


GASOLINE I Don't buy before you visit our I

.: KO I1G. Fl store, we will help you to solve the !
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: Coupons given with every admission, jjtod for the Lucerne Theatre Great ; AND gift problem. I

Automobile Contest. SUPREME E OIL 1
TytR {

I Same Little Prices l ARE THE BEST- CAR LI Any article [reserved. U I

Drums for shipping and storage apn n

A visit to store will be
\\ \-f>\> \ \\ \ \ MMM: i"" *: : t\:\:,:" Ml I >M" ""III::::::lll ::::::: tanks kept on hand. our

preciated.X U
Among the popular transportationmen Lubricating Oil and Greases to suit I
in Orlando all ears Give make of car when you
I yesterday were
@rlau n nrtrty Messrs. John W. White, G. S. & F., order.
Jacksonville; W. II. Chase, Delaware -- \ T T e T"L_ & c Jrnir
& Hudson railway, Philadelphia' ; Geo. M/Miy
-Edited By Miss Eliza Wright I
Wilcox, G. S. & F., Macon; Carl Lan- GULF REFINING COI
Office telephone No. l9. Residence telephone No. 254 i dis, Soo Line, Cincinnati; Claude R. ,, JEWELERS

Prince, C. & A., Birmingham.R. P. G. WALTON, Agent
WEEKLY SOCIAL CALENDARDec. will perfect these plans and work will I REPAIRING SOE3
begin at an early date. The lakes ; D. Thompson, of Philadelphia, Office Phone 450. ,
10th-12th. of our city add greatly toward gain- en route to that city from Fort My Residence Phone 269. I II i
I i-=1== d*
ing for us the name of "City Beautiful ers, stopped off long enough between
3 P.M.-U. D. C. meeting; Miss Mary I ," and with the improvementsaround trains yesterday to purchase twelve I Biggest per cent of profit ever is II 1111111111111-- e I11I- D-1111111111111111--- III-- )+- Robinson, hostess. Lake Lucerne and Eola so boxes of parcel post fruit of the :derived from the use of the Sentinel
7:30 P.M. Epworth League social, near completion it is well to start to Wright Seed company, and shake I :. W. S. Coleman w. R. RhanTIiERE'S '
Methodist church. .!work on the lakes in other parts of I I hands with his friends here d'
many FORDUI'
8 P.M. Rosalind Club "gentleman'sevening. A REASON
; j
: ." I the town. Maybe some of our citizens lie spent the winter in Orlando last VENEER CORES
do not know that have
i we thir-
Friday year. OOP 1 P A TNT
3P.M.-Nullos Club; Mrs. Sylvan teen lakes within the city limits. $1.25 j pj _
McElroy, hostess.St. I When all these -
are surrounded with The merchants who wish
Cecelia's Guild, Episcopal Chapter parks of palms and flowers get sold at gaining in popularity every day. :
House. I we can their full share of the Christmas Per Strand Up
Equal Suffrage Meeting lay claim to the name of "City Most trade should use the columns' of The ITI
Sentinel to tell the about their
The people
Equal Suffrage meeting held
OAK 'hhJDOrIandoVood We also handle a full line of Painters ft Paper ,
at Unity Chapel yesterday morningwas Mrs Bumby at Maitland goods. It is only a short time be-
2OOOlRoll' Wall Paper |
well attended and very interest- Mrs. Joseph Bumby, Sr., spent the fore Christmas and the holiday buy- YardB. Hangers' Supplies.
to at cost price.
ing. Mrs. Fred Stanley, the presi- day with her friend, Mrs. Simmons, ing is now on in earnest. Thousandsof go
dent, presided. In answer to the roll of Maitland, yesterday, motoring merchants can be kept at home by PINE W.STREET Kingsley,AND Proprietor R. I;. I ORLANDO PAINT AND ILL PAPER CO. |
call each member responded with a home with Mr. and Mrs. McNair. the right effort on the part of the Telephone 344 I
short talk on a current event on the Mrs. McNair was formerly Miss Mag- merchants.Mr. 9-30 < TheSignof theSun Phone 261 205 So. Orange Ave. !

suffrage subject. In the absence of gie Simmons. 1..I.DI.I.IIIIII.&I.II._. ._._aaM-.. I..IIIIIII.<
Miss Safford, who is and Mrs. J. S. Stuart have :E= ---
attending the Camping at Ranch returned -------- --
state convention at Pensacola, Miss Mr. J. II. McCulloch and his daughter from New York, where they tr--

Gordon gave an instructive talk on I Miss Mary, left yesterday for spent the summer, and are now at

ways of organizing clubs. Mrs. their ranch in the southeastern part Maitland getting the "Inn" ready for FlANIf_ A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL
Schnarr also being in attendance at of the county with a jolly party as the many pilgrims who annually' come
the convention, Mrs. Stanley substi- guests, consisting of their neighbors, south to escape the cold and enjoy
tuted for her, and talked on statute the Grant and Jones families. On the balmy breezes and the aroma Established 1886
laws relative to women in Florida. Friday the Lewis family will motor from the stately pines'as it is wafted
Several local matters came up for down with Miss Ruth McCulloch and only in the "Land of Flowers." They
I discusison, one for bettering the con- Miss Hilburn for a ten days' camp. were in Orlando yesterday greeting
ditions of the inmates of the county their numerous friends. CURTIS & O'NEAL
jail. All ladies are invited to attend LOCAL OVERFLOWMr.
these meetings and become informedon The Sentinel's subscription list is
the suffrage question. steadily climbing all' the time. Are
O. N. Goodwell, of Pine Castle, INSURANCE
Rosalind Club Dance was among the representative citi- you on the list? If not, why not? LOANS

Mrs. Miller, chairman of the hos- zens from that thrifty burg trans-
pitality committee, announces that acting business in Orlando yesterday.Mr. LOST-A pair of tortoise shell glasses hAL ESTATE RENTALS
with Reward
.. large case. win
there will be a dance at the Rosalind
be paid for return to Fred B. Dale.
Club this evening, beginning at 8:30. Nicholas Wagner was among Phone 376. 12-10-tfc
It is the "gentlemen's evening" for
the winter residents
returning to Or-
the month of December. FURNISHED SLEEPING ROOMS
lando yesterday afternoon after hav- and light housekeeping rooms; .
:New Lucerne ing spent the summer at his old homein close in; all conveniences. 305 North
The New Ohio. Main street. 12-10-6tc
Lucerne will open formally -
with a reception on the eveningof FOR RENT---Bungalo 5 Rooms Furnished, South Main
Get the news in the Sentinel first.OSTEOPATHY.
December 15th, from 8:30 to 10:30. Mr. F. B. Terrell, a former well' Street.
Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Rowland have issued known citizen of Orlando, but who is
invitations to their many friends. now numbered the
among successful
This delightful hotel has been enlarged business men of Lakeland, visited this Seven Room House, South Orlando.
and will, as usual, be the scene city yesterday.
of much social life this season. I DR. J. C .HOWELL
Two New Five Room Houses, South West Orlando.
To Beautify Lakes Mrs A. F. Odlin, who has been the j Hours, 10-12, 3-5, and by appointment
The park commissioners held a guest of Mrs Geo. R. Newell at her No extra charge lor house treatment ,
meeting yesterday morning and discussed hospitable home on Lake Cherokee, I' Except Night Calla.Telephone .
plans for beautifying Lakes II left yesterday for her home in Arca- connections -
Cherokee and Dot. The city engineer dia.
Office cor. Orange and Central Avec.M .
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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

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

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FOR RENT-Seven room house; Water J ""l1.:1TIber9 La1:11: acid ,
: Sl1i11g'"lcs
I gas, electric lights bath etc.;
SENTINEL barn, stable, chicken house; lot 100 by
200 feet. Apply at 735 North Orange
avenue. 10-31-tf

WAN S FOR RENT-Nicely furnished rooms.
305 East Pine street.

FOR RENT-To desirable people,
The Morning Sentinel Want well furnished suite, bed room and : .
Directory is the Greatest Want sitting room with private lavatory.Also ORLANDO: I
Ad Medium in Orlando. single rooms and a garage .
Splendid location. No. 9 E. Washington -
Terms Cash in Advance. St. 11-29-lmc
I For One Day ______________23t; 'I cupied by-Dr. Christ.rooms Long now term oc- Royal Cement Agatite Piaster and Perfection Lime
For Three Days ____________50c I tenants only desired. Jno. M. Cheney. ,
For Six Iays _______________75c 11-13-tfc A
PASS THIS BUY For One Month ____________$2.50 ,
This rate applies on all ads of FOR RENT-Large, attractive room.
25 words or less. If the ad con- Inquire No. 8 West Washington St. I
tains more than 25 words the rate 11-8-tfc :
WHAT? will be one cent per word for "

sertion.If each additional. word for each in- FOR garage RENT; Beautiful elegantly furnished dwelling;with on "CTSIILTIE2SS: : :::

Well to be brief \ve have you can't bring your ad to Lake Lucerne. Jas. A. Knox. tr
the office telephone No. 21. Ac- 8-27-tf tt
counts opened by telephone will be 1

3 CITY HOMESthat [ payable the following day. FOR RENT-Small flat, modern conveniences -

Every Home-Every Business Knox. unfurnished. Jas.11-3-tf A. Important friendships result from the right introduction, and .

Every Man has use for a
we offer at popular Sentinel Want Ad. FOR RENT-Large convenient rooms the most important ones come through the right banking conk: :

for light housekeeping. Also pleas- nections. Association is the of all business We
prices that should interestall ant sunshine front bed room on first keynote success.
FOR SALE floor. Private and modern "
who have a buying thoughtin family
conveniences. 315 West CentraL invite you to open an account with us where a personal inter-
their head at this time.
FOR SALE-Good horse and buggy; 11-24-tfc.
Call in. We will gladly fur- cheap. 208 East Robinson avenue. est is taken in every depositor.ORLANDO :

12-8-6t' FOR of four nice-
nish detailed information.Ask .
ly furnished rooms; gas, separate
FOR SALE-A] good work horse. Can
us to day.ORUNDOBlWgUNDCO. be used anywhere. 15 hands high bath Magnolia new avenue.house; adults only.11-10-tf-604 BANK & TRUST CO. .
and perfectly gentle. Call on S. S.
Jones, near Lake Lancaster, on Con- WANTEl) Ai
way road. 12-4-61 .
WANTED-Return portion of ticketto
FOR SALE OR TRADE-One No. 5 New York, Philadelphia or Bos- J
II North Orange Avenue Oliver typewriter, with splendid ton via New York. Ladies' ticket .
in excellent only. P. O. Box 207. 12-9-12t -
PHONE 608 condition leather case., used Machine but very little. Call -- ---. -- . . . . I' I . I II II a I a c a I' a &-++ II i II I) OJ C t a.-x I i I :>+; IlL Q rt

between 12 o'clock noon and 2 p. m. ROOMS: FOR RENT t
OPPOSITE SAN JUAN HOTEL for terms. Inquire at Sentinel office.

to adults only. 409 Delaney street. SUB-TROPICAL EXPOSITION '
FRED B. DALEC. FOR SALE-Ten acres fine orange 10-25-tf
H. BRYANT land; about 3 acres cleared; 3-4 ofa
DAVIS & GILES. Counsel mile south of Gill's store and 1-2
F. A. PEPPERCORN. ContractorBusiness mile east of Lake Conway, on terminal MISCELLANEOUS -MID-WINTER-
of proposed brick road. Ad-
dress Anna II. Piatt R. R. No. 1, Box
LOOK-City! lot and 10 Buick $235;
n_ __ ___ _ i 43, Orlando. 11-24-lm. ;
each. W. R. Higgins, Orlando and

FOR SALE-Nice, comfortable home Chuluota. 12-6-12tc O-1A. T :t'r 0 PL
I F Directory! for small family; grapefruit, guava NOTICE-I will not be responsiblefor V ., i ssiV : .ir ., .d..lw '
and orange trees; six squares of post- any debts contracted by my i
For office. Apply to W. D. West, 510 wife, Marian Aker from this date,
Marion avenue or Hotel Astor. Dec. 5, 1914. C. AKER.
BUSY MEN.j \ 11-18-lmo 12-6-6t t FEH.9131915EDUCATIONAL :

FOR SALE-Five room house, one IF MONEY IS ANY OBJECT to :
SHOE HOSPITAL mile fiom court house, $650. One you, come to II. Kanner's New York
Bouton Brothers corner Church Liberty Brush automobile $75. In- Bargain Store. We will sell new (
and Orange avenue. Shoes repaired quire Shoe Hospital, 8 East Church goods for the holidays at sacrifive :. .
while you wait. Best rubber heels, street. ll-17-lmo prices. 12523tI
40 cents. Best English tan leather. : Embracing-Agriculture, Horticulture, Floriculture, Domestic :
Phone 487. l1-15-1mo. MAKE A SPECIALTY of
FOR SALE-One seven passenger. orange and grapefruit trees; all :: Arts and Crafts, with exhibits of Stock, Hogs and Poultry, :
Up to date painting, papering, etc., six cylinder automobile, 1 year old, trees guaranteed to live. References
first class condition. Don't answer furnished. : and the products of South Florida. Racing Polo Sports :
is the kind you want. Where to get unless interested. Address Bargain, Charges, $6.00 per acre. o

it Entrican.? That's easy, phone 636. 1-20-tf W. T. care of Sentinel. 11-14-tf Address 11-10-1mo.Box 222 Ocoee, Fla. : Areoplans Lectures and Entertainments of all kinds

FOR SALE-Cabbage! Plants,Charleston THE WILLOLA HOTEL, 406 South : M .
Eat all you want. Wakefield. $1.00 per thousand. Orange avenue, is now open. Beau- .
Eat what you want. Frank Phillips Pine Castle. tiful location near Lake Lucerne. address
information or premium list
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Take a postscript; and forget it. 10-28-tf Home cooking. Spacious veranda.
For sale by all druggists. --- Mrs. W. T. Walker. 11-19-lmoc I IFor
1.7d&w.lyrChristmas FOR SALE-Fine cypress fence posts. :j WM. R. O'NEAL, Sec'y H. H. DICKSON, Pres't

Inquire of Frank Phillips Pine Cas- BLASTING, Subsoiling and Dynamiting .
tle. 9-18-tf of all kinds done on short no- .
tice. A full stock of dynamic in
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and New magazine at all times. See; I. X. i.I.llltIIIIIIIICI..I.t. "I""lltaJIII'I.
:FOR SALE-Forty acres of fine
Lewis, 406 S. East street Orlando. 1
hammock land; eight in grove; the 11-13-lmo
Year Holiday present crop of oranges will be from '
750 to 1.000 boxes; 500 trees all told -
ready for stting-10 acres in lake, LOST AND FOUND
Excnrs FaresVia one and quarter miles from Apopka.
Cheap Price, $:>,000. Address W. II., Box Lost-Lady's pocket book plain $iwflfiJI
178, Orlando, Fla. 9-23-tf leather between Laubach's and the I' ff9or
the grammary school. Contains lady's
For Sale Cold watch, bills and silver. Returnto
Line 30 Acres, citrus and vegetable land, Col. T. J. Watkins' office. Mrs.V. .
Atlantic Coast 20 fenced, 10 cleared, crop on it now, \ R. Yates. 12-6-6t received of Foster Bros' famous
ready for planting trees this winter I We have a car
and crop next spring; near school and LOST-White violet pin, set with
Standard Railroad of the South church; half mile of railroad station; pearls. Reward if returned to
good neighborhood: four miles from Hammond & Bunch's store. 12-2-tf
court house. Special price if taken in Iron Beds
.' Tickets will be on sale by the At- next 30 days. Box 4, Orlando. BUYERS AND SELLERSI Porslanlyke
lantic Coast Line to all points 10-25-tf
South of the Ohio and Potomac and buy, sell rent, and exchange real
East of the Mississipip Rivers, in- FOR SALE estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla., that will with the finish
cluding Washington, Cincinnati Ev- Narsery stocK, one, two three and over 30 years. Have handled over There is nothing compare
ansville, and Cairo, for all trains four year old buds; Foster Early $20,000,000. Call and see me. PRICES for these
December 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, Pineapple Java Homosassa. 'V ash 10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER. that are on Foster Beds, and OUR
25, and 31, and January 1, limited returning ington Navel. Address Mrs. M KihKApopk
January 6th; and to many *>_ Fla. Phone 2222 1-M f Don't wait for every one in town to beds are far less than others charge for the same
points in the Northwest and South- have Entrlcan, the painter before
west on December 19th to 24th, inclusive FOR RENT vou try. Am too busy to look you style bed that has nothing near the finish. We would
and 29th to 31st, limited returning up. Phone 636, and I will be on the

*" .t and January Havana 18., Dec.Also 17,to 20,Key 24 FOR 6 room RENT-At cottage;103 close Liberty in. Inquireat street J
11 I 27, with limit January 3, 1915. Lord & Bradshaw's real estate Who is your painter and decorator the
A-or further particulars schedules, office. 12-9-6tc If yon are satisfied keep the one you
reservations, etc., apply to Ticket have; if not, phone W. T. Entrican,
Agents Atlantic Coast Line, or ad- FOR RENT-Two pleasant furnishedrooms No. 636. 1-20-tf! city.We
dress with board; private family. give with all cash sales.
205 East Robinson avenue. 19-9-3t Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand's I coupons
.' J. G. KIRKLAND, D. P. A., I
Yard phone 566. 9-31-tf i
Tampa, Florida.JEWELER. FOR RENT-New furnished house;
all improvements; ground floor.
Also 2 light housekeeping rooms. 211

a 'I I Jackson FOR RENT-4 street. room cottage 12-8-6t in Con- IDEALCHRISTMAS 1 Kincaid & SnowdenLow :"

i A NlleK sn m. i nished.12-8-3t cord Park Apply; 400 furnished Concord or avenue.unfur- GIFTSare .

'I Furniture House.
FOR RENT Large pleasant fur- I Priced
nished rooms with private family; fancy wood bottom i

L EXPERT WATCH MAKER II!I close l2-6-1wk in.* 302 North Orange avenue. Cor. Main and Pine Sts. Orlando, Florida I

| Serving Trays i

f i FOR RENT All or part of furnished
- I make a specialt" of Fine comfortable homelike old fash- be ... sfGOI
May seen at I
t Watch, Clock and Jewelery Repairing ioned. 5 room cottage. Phone care
, ; Diamond Setting,Ring I 67, 712 South Division street. '
l, and Spectacle Repairing. 1 ll-6-6t 210 N. Orange Ave., ". :.:' ") Dr. F. F. ThompsonDENTIST
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Bring me repairs others havet :;r.;" :-
t failed to do, and I will repair I FOR RENT-Rooms, with or without i"I; ..,
board also for light housekeeping orPhone .
them satisfactorily or no charge. ; rooms .. ..
l IIy prices are reasonable. ; several apartments from 1 -ANDBAGGAGE :, lId S. Orange Are., over Curtis &
I'to 4 rooms, each at very reasonable I
| prices. Inquire of F. L. Anderson, 656 O'Neal's Store
1112 West Church street. Phone 459. TRANSFER i Hours 8.30 a.m. to 5.30 p.m.

, CHAS. VATER i 12-6-tf and a sample will be taken I I .I I Wednesday and Saturdays till t p.m

JEWELER FOR RENT-12 room boarding house, to you for your inspectionand I L. T. HARRELL. Prop. : (Successor to Dr. C. r. i.. wai 11-6-tf
almost new; 9 good bed rooms, elec- order. (I I ORLANDO. FLORIDA
tric lights and bath $:C5 month Piano and Furniture
6 East Pine Street at Young'sRepair ; per W. KIT .;L\SSF.S, GRIND LENSES Eat what
you want.
F. L. Anderson, office
112 W. Church ,:
t Shop MADE IX: ORLANDO Moving a Specialty Sat all you want.
street. Phone 459. 12-6-tf AND I'O( ALL KINDS OF
: ll-4-d&w-lm -- -------II i Take a postscript and forget it.
, ...- ,.' Want ads. are business pullers. 8 E. Church SI. PHONE 487 OTICAL REPAIRING I For sale by all druggists.t7dtVWr



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I A ChangeOf A Fortunate A TRAIN !

There are in our cities and towns Christmas Present Buy a. Book

many housewives who would be gladto GarmentsBy
make arrangements for receivinga Meeting Everybody likes books and cur lire is

supply of fresh eggs direct from so large and varied that whatever the literary \ -
the far mthroughout the year. Just
By of
tastes friends te we can
at this time, when eggs are scarce your may ,

and the demand far exceeds the sup- furnish a book they will enjoy. We will |

ply of newly laid eggs, there is a good morning Uta Glnedoli. an ItalIan "There's a new boy coming! When I was a boy I lived beside a ,
them for and enclose .
oaortunity for the farmer, event girl aged eighteen. was placed tii Half a dozen youngsters; ran to the railroad. There was a bridge across wrap ready mailing *

ugh he has but few eggs to mar- a railway train at Naples by her fa porte-co'hereof Mr. Stanford's boarding: the river near where I lived and I greeting card if desirE J JW.

ket, to make contract with some cityor ther and mother, who bade her good- school to see the new pupil. He jumped spent a great deal of my time on this 5
with l>y with many kisses. She was goingto out of the carriage, and when he bridge holding a fishpole over the wa S. ;
to supplythem BRANCH
town family
Rome to visit an aunt. The com- had done toO stood stock still staringat .
the ter. I perched myself on an
eggs. The farmer's supply at partment she entered was occupied by one of the boys who had come to
where I would not be Interfered with The Arcade Book and Music Store
'0 present time will not be great enough, one person only-a man. lie was small look him over all the others staring at
by trains, and when any of the engi-
possibly, to satisfy the demand of and clean shaven and the.traIn had him. would -
neers I knew came along I :
the city family, but if the matter is not gone far into the country when he "" y. he's Bob Archer' was the ex wave my band to him. getting a nod ;
make began to notice Lita. as if taking note clamation of several of the self constituted
explained it will be easy to arrangements in reply.: I
of her and weight. Presentlyhe reception committee. '
to market eggs by parcel : There was a time, when I was about The arket
asked the
said: "Are you Bob Archer?
post now and continue to do so sixteen years old. that a train went
"Siguorina will you please take off newcomer of the boy who was gapingat
throughout the year. In other words, your hat and give It to me?" him. over the bridge carrying an expresscar. OF CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY
Josh McCur-
it will be much easier to make arrangements Lita looked at him as If she did not "Yes." The engineer was OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
dYe the best friend I had among; the
to now, when The "Then you're twin brother.
ship eggs comprehend his meaning.; man my
brotherhood. When I was a little kid FRESH AND SALT MEATS
everybody wants them, than to do so Jerked her hat off her head and put "Reckon you're right"Mr.
Edward Archer eight playing: about among; the switches under the best sanitary conditions.
and Mrs. Kept
in the spring, when they are in abund- his own on hers. By this time she where the men were making up trainshe
was thoroughly frightened and mad years before this meeting had separated screened from the dies and fresh
Everything kept
, ant supply and when the housewife hid jumped from his cab and away
resistance. The man forced her to having made an arrangementthat ; I
fresh in the no yanked me out tf the W.lot a car and
good :
can secure eggs exchange her outer garments with the father should hara one of pure.

market anywhere at a nominal price. him. and when this was done he pulled their twin boys aged four and the that As I was I IKMH-.T older: backed I .1.lrt'.I.1 rishi !on what to me.he We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. have

A satisfied winter customer can be a veil down over his face. mother should have the other. Thomas b"o' limn grew lor uuf and k> \ '.,:"i ac- I everything in the Meat Line.

made a profitable all-year customer if When we make a stop" he said. "I had gone with his father. Robert -1liecau.f
C' 1 he lo\ed me tae < <> "
proper price adjustments are made will get out-that is. unless I see dan- with his mother. From the time of ..,- I. 1 Moue it. JBL jVt. Self & Co.

when eggs again become plentiful. ger. If you betray me I will kill you. I the separation these two divisions of In July! suiil August; I was usually PHONE NO. SO PINE
I bandit. I have been making a the family had never met Their par il
(Farmers' Bulletin 594, "Shipping am a fishing on the bridge; nearly all day.
rich haul In Naples. The police got eats unknown to each other had sent One morning when Josh McCurdy'strain
Parcel Post, can be ob-
Eggs by
on to my being: there! and I am surprised them to the same school. was I' using I heard a shot and
tained from the Division of Publica- The affection twins have for each I
that they have permitted me saw his train slowing up. But it
tion, U. S. Department of Agriculture to get out of the city. Indeed I sus other is accounted for physiologicallyTom didn't come to a full stop till the engine I('.

Washington, D. C.) pect some game on their part and I and Bob Archer from the time i and forward cars had got on to the I

Once having secured a parcel post should not wonder if they were on the they met at the Sanford school were I bridge.; I saw the heads of passengers

market for eggs, it will be very easy lookout for me." inseparable. thrust out of the windows of the coaches I I ET ME BEAUTIFY YOUR GROUNDS
to market many other things by the Lita was: thoroughly cowed. Indeed "Bob.' said Tom one ds/: "do you and other evidences of excitement

a it was all she could ilo to keep from remember father which convinced me that something WHETHER A COUNTRY ESTATE
methods such butter poul-
same as fainting.I Hut she kept up till the train "No. Do you remember motherT'"Just serious had happened.The .

try, fresh .and cured meats, sausage, reached! the first stop hoping then to a little." shot I had heard together; with !

fruits, vegetables, honey, and so on. be relieved of him. When the train "What do you suppose was the mat the fact that I knew the train always OR A SMALL CITY LOT

pulled up at the station tlj*' man looked ter between them?" carried an express car, suggested; to
out. but drew back: imimHliately. "Don't know. I don't think fathers me that the train bad been held up
PIG CLUB CONTEST AT LOUISIANA and Lila saw that she would not be and mothers have a right to quarrel. by robbers. Boylike, I was curious to I BLUE PRINTS AND DETAilED fIAl\lll\G INSTRUCTIONS .
rid of him. The conductor came to the do you? It's mighty hard on the kids." see what was going on, besides l being
door of the compartment' and put a "No. I don't When vacation comesI solicitous about my friend the en
The contest of members of pig woman Into it. Uta noticed that she suppose we've pot to separate again." ;gineer. So. instead of keeping cut of

clubs at the Louisiana state fair just tipped him for finding her a seat. The "I move we don't" the way. I went as fast as I could go

closed at Shreveport, it is reported, newcomer was a comfort to the poor "What can we do?" over ties and stringers; toward the

was the most successful of these con- girl, though; she wished she had beena "I'll write father that I'm going; to train. I was not likely to be noticed I Werner F. Nehrling
man. She noticed however that spend my vacation with you somewhere coming:; from the bridge; but, feelingsure
which have been held each
year the woman was big; and strong while and you write mother you're that my inference that robbers
since the work was inaugurated. Al- the Irindit was small though wiry. going; to spend yours with me." were at work was (correct as I neared LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT

though the fair authorities had-limited The train had scarcely pulled out of I. "It would knock mother out not to the hissing! engine; I dropped down on

the number of pigs to 150, boys the station when the new passenger; have me with her." to some supports[ below and made my -AND I

. o from all over the state shipped 185 began to look scrutinizingly at Lita. "Humph! I don't think It would trou- way along; them. CONSULTING HORTICULTURIST
entries. As for the! man. he leaned back in a I ble father so much to part with me. I was now over the bank which

Clarence Martin 16 old from corner with the veil over his face amino but It might Fathers don't show what sloped from the abutment to the river.I If you contemplate' planting a citrus groveit
years one would have had reason to sus I they feel so much as mothers." couldn't see; what was going; on in or gill pays) ou to get my acv ce.I .
Crowley, La., showed a pure bred about the train but I
pect that be was not a woman."Where "Where can we go for our vacation? one thing saw
Tamworth sow pig, 10 months old, are you going signor?" asked I "I et's go to a farm." that set me to thinking. The locomotive Local Agent for BUCKEYE NURSERIES

weighing 450 pounds. In open com- the woman of Lita In a coarse I The upshot of this conspiracy was and one car-either the baggage Tampa Fla

petition against all breeders his pig voice. i that the boys wrote to their respective or express-were on the bridge and I I
To home signora." I that they would not be separated could look up from under them. In
won first in class, junior champion, homes
OIliee AbC\'f PEOrUS l\AlICl\-AL: BANK
The woman looked Intently at the I and were going to spend their summer those days the old fashioned coupling
i and reserve grand champion. Young o girl, evidently being; somewhat mystified I vacation together; on a farm. This had not completely passed out of use, I
Martin raised this pig on forage crops at her appearance and especially !struck each parent with consternation. ind the cars of this train were linked I II-Io-tf

I and fattened her in a rice field after at her voice: which was thoroughly: I Mrs Archer wrote her husband to together with a pin.A i

harvest, therefore he had practicallyno feminine. know if he had any objection to her man was hammering with his fist

expense for fattening. "When the train left Naples" con- I spending July and August with the at the rear door of the car above me.

Alice McCoy, 14 years old, of Cad- tinned the wom:1n.'a- ;; there not a i boys. Mr. Archer replied that he had. but suddenly turned and ran down the -- --- ---
man in this compartment?" Then each boy was informed by the *tl'P"II1t1| disappeared from my view
do La. showed bred
parish, a
I pure Lita. whose eye was fixed on th* parent with whom he lived that he I was not slow in divining that he had
Berkshire sow pig weighing 460 bandit saw: his fingers: twitching. She I must come home: if be remained away gone for something with which to '

pounds at 10 months of age. Alice Interpreted it to mean that she must I no remittance would'be sent him. The break in the door an ax or a tie. There THE CHASE & CO

bought the pig on credit for $7.50 last reply in the negative. boys who had come to their resolution right over my head was the link that I

spring from a man who was interested "There was no one. signora; exceptwe I I to stay together some time before the held thear to the rest of the train I PACKING HOUSE AT [ORLANDO

s in pig club work. Her entry won who are now here." end of the term had saved up the mon- hanging; loose. A plan of action dashed I
There was a pocket In the woman's sent them from home for sending; throng! my brain. Catching; a
the sweepstakes in the club compe- : Is modern, fully equipped with the best up-to-
dress and Lita noticed that she kept and each had enough to pay $3 a week stringer. I pulled myself up to whereI
tition and won first in class againstall her right; hand in this pocket. When board for eight weeks So they wrote could reach the pin and pulled it out date machinery, and gives the citrus grower the

Berkshire breeders exhibiting. Ona she asked the question she looked at that they could get on without remittances Then lowering myself I made my I PROPER PACKING

strictly market basis of 7 cents a the figure leaning; back \n the corner way with a loy's agility:; to the cab of FIRST AID TO

pound, the pig is worth $32.20, but apparently: asleep. There was a farm a few miles from the locomotive and climbing:; the steps HIGHEST PRICES

Alice has an offer of $50 for the an- ."Sitriiora.: called the- ew: passenger. the school that they had often visited found myself in It, alone. Openingthe
tell the hour this trainreaches valve I let at which, however, would not accomplish the end desiredby
< :.01 you me and there they made arrangements! to on steam slowly
imal. It is said that this one pig I
Rome?" pay $:2 a week each for board and do first, but rapidly increasing the power the grower, if he did not also have available the ser-
worth than Alice's father's cotton
more The only reply was a snore. $2: work a week, which consisted principally till I was well under way.I vices of

1 crop under present unfavorable I Lita would have warned the woman I of milking.; On leaving school expected: to die for my act. for the f

conditions. that the person she addressed was a i they went to this farm and since the robbers could jump on to the rear plat I THE CHASE & CO
I man and a bandit and begged her to work was a novelty to them they quite form of the car, come forward. and I
\ let him alone fearing that he would 1 enjoyed it was deft'iite'Iexs. The reason they
I murder them troth but she dared not I Mrs Archer endured her son's absence didn't do this was that they had twin I

\ do so. The woman made no further as long as possible, then gave told fin for different purjioses. Two I which, with selling forces thoroughly organized, xpe- ..
Paris, Dec. 9.-The war populationof attempt to extract information from way to a desire to see both her children were :''oinl through; the cars robbingthe I rienced, competent and reliable.

Paris, estimated at 2,000,000 after I the sleeper; instead she began to look I together.:; So. filling her purse with lussenjriTs. one was guarding the

the exodus of the first days of General Lita over her attention being; rivetedon money and her suit case with good I t.nill..r. whu hid Ixt-u taken from his : GIVES THE GRO'ERHIGHEST

Von Kluk's approach to the city I the girl's' figure: that looked different things for them. she went to see them. cal and the fourth man was hunting; AVERAGE NET RESULTS .

has increased from a man's. Putting: an arm around each of them. for a tie with which tu batter down the
gradually to nearly the
I "You're not a man." she said; "you'rea she sat weeping that she could not door nf the express car He did not Ii' CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED '
normal 3,000,000, and business is affected -
woman." have both of them with her always. see that theIr was moving till it had GROWERS' MARKETING AGENTS
accordingly. Lita made no reply. The man In the She remained with them two days ;gone too far to lie reached walking as

Factories of most kinds are still corner snored on. The woman turned when fearing; that her husband might he would have bad to do on ties whichis I CHASE &

crippled-some from lack of funds her attention to the sleeper. I hear of her presence there she bade a slow process.I COMPANYt j

tied up by the moratorium, and oth- "Signora!r the toys good by. intending; to go home. I crossed the bridge with my engine I Main Office, Jacksonville, Florida j
The man stirred then asked what She was embracing; both at once tears and, one car and was well on the other
ers from lack of skilled help aken 9-30-d&w A. R. OGeE, Agent, Orlando, Fla. *
was wanted in a feigned voice. I streaming down her cheeks, when the side when hearing; a sound behind me. I
by the mobilization.
away "At what hour does this train reach door opened and there stood her bus- I turned and saw the express agent -
Simplicity of styles also has its in- I Rome?" band. coming; over the coal In the tender
fluence. Luxuries, which form a con- "I do not know." Now. Mrs. Archer in her troubles I He had taken in the fact that his car -- --- --- --- ------------ ---------.- !

siderable part of Parisian commerce I "What's the matter with your voice? I with her husband had yielded to irritation had been hauled away and when be 0f -

are in little demand. Something for : Have you got a cold?" and when he said disagreeable: Vaw me at the throttle informed me f
"Pardon I sleepy. I have I her bad burled them back in in I had
the comfort of sons, brothers and me. am things to .that some mysterious way '
been up very late every night: for a kind. She had never resorted to wo- saved the treasure for which he was
fathers at the front is mostly called week." I' man's trumpeard.tears Her husband responsible as well possibly as his Hammond&Gore

for, such as heavy underwear, jerseys I "Was there a man in this compartment seeing:; her embracing:; their boys weeping life. Without a word he threw his

sweaters, warm socks, gloves when the train left Naples?" ; began to weep himself. Tears arms about me and hugged and kissed
and scarfs. Apart from these articles "Yes; the young:; gentleman oppositeyou. like laughter; are contagious and. !seeIng me till I thought; he would smother me FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. I

the demand is almost exclusively ." I I their parents!' weeping! the boys Then be fired a few short questions :

for the I "She's not a man; she's a woman.** I followed suit. The father approached at me. to which I fired back as short
daily necessities.The
"Well. I have nothing to do with : his sons to embrace them shedding a replies, and the story was told. Ufc REAL VALUES LOW PRICES

commercial and industrial side I that, nor do I care what she Is." I few tears over Bob. whom he had not We had no fear of being followed I ,

of the war is seemingly to be waged I This was said angrily:; and the bandit seen for years and thus got mixed: up across; the bridge; so. pulling; up at a COMPARE

with the same determination as the : losing:; control of his voice, betrayed his I with Tom and the wife and mother. station not far beyond the river we

struggle of arms. This is the spirit I sex.! Suddenly the woman's hand I Their arms were around each other telegraphed; for information. The news

discerned in the decrees against com- I came out of her pocket and with it a I promiscuously."Belle. came that the robbers had mounted II OUR FURNITUREI

mercial relations with subjects of the I cocked revolver with which she covered ." said Mr. Archer "these boyshave horses and ;galloped away. It was I
the bandit I pot ahead of us. We can't continue !some time however before we received -s We provide the quality of furniture that has long
powers at war with France and the
the situation without its pertaining an order to back and.
I '"Throw no your hand. Andrea across been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as" the' ;:
newspapers of all shades of opinionare rThe : ; to them. In separating:; from each when we did. found that no lives had
standard of merit. If an article is here it i is good. !
prosecuting a vigorous. campaign.The I hands!! went up at once. The other we separate ourselves from them.If I been lost!': though;: the robbers had got I It wouldn't here were it otherwise. We can't make I I
sequestration of property of woman leaned forward and snatched I you'll come home and bring; them considerable!' plunder from the passen
with you'll lie welcome." I this point too clear it is one of the foundation stones
German and you gers.
Austrian the veil
panies and industries goes subjects on., com-Col- 1 away"You are very smart. Sisnor Carpi. I boys."Do It. mother." pleaded both the I Jack McCurdy set an example by : I of this business, and that means much to any buyer. I ; I

devoted but you (:n't fool us carabineers all I bagging: me. and pretty much everyone I
umns are daily by some pa- That was the end of the !separationIn ': present followed It. I was sent for I
the time. I thought that by changingsex
pers to the exposure of German interests I I could bag you and have succeeded. 'I the Archer family Both father and : by the president of the road and asked McNHLL & DAVIS BLOCK, J}

in firms whose origin is not I that have changed mother placed a guard over themselves what I wanted as a reward for my
see you
apparent. clothes with this young lady" I for they knew that as soon as feat. I said I wanted preferment for Cor. Orange Avc. and Church St.. Orlando Fla.

i they parted the boys would part from Jack McCurdy. The president smiled .
lie threw off his cloak and displayedthe !': s
I both of them. But time had changed at this and said, "I think I can take '<: i' ;\
Every: time a man loses dollar uniform of the national police. : ... c'f ."" ...
a in them and loneliness had taught them care of both of yon." -..-'.. "TI to. "" '" '1. rss
Lila breathed a breath of relief. She !
seeking experience, he's that much that scrapping is the result of nervousness .I And he did. Jack became a division
regained her clothes and the bandit
more apt to remember it. and. after all. doesn't mean much.however. ': superintendent, and a quarter of a century
returned with his captor by the next I'
train to Naples. scrapping was never resumed ,: later I became president of the f Advertise in The SentinelsT "jl"jlI

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be of better quality and less mixed "IZZY BU'ITlroHAS BEEN UP TO factories shut down and the doors I WINDERMERE ITEMS S. L. Lupfer Earle Lupfer, Mr.
BANKS'IN than table stock potatoes. The sup- NEW YORK STATEMr. locked. I read in the paper as how. Bryan of Kissimmee, and Mr. Pettei
ply of certified seed potatoes in Maine Mis Belmont and them other New Windermere, Fla., Dec 8.-Mr. ner, from Pennsylvania, were in town
FLORIDA i i|I is ample, and the price this year is Editor-I haint written you a York women had ameetin and lowedas Chapman, superintendent of roads, Friday.Mr. .
low, so that there is no excuse for letter this long time back, but I been they'd oughter be a takin care of was here Friday inspecting the new Frank Smith was in Orlando
. planting table stock potatoes. up to York State a visitin some of'' the poor people in New York that Windermere-Lake Down road. Saturday.
. COMPTROLLER CURRENCY I The department also states that my folks and since I got back I don't I I couldn't get no work and stop a send- Miss Lizzie Palmer, a real estate City Engineer Ramsey and wife,
HAS JUST COMPLETEDHIS : 1 II the rigid inspection and other pre- get no time for writing of letters. I I in all they was making and a collectinto dealer of Toledo, Ohio, arrived here Mr. Kerns and Mrs. Shine, of Orlando -
REPORT |cautions thrown around certified seed i jest wish you could a been up there the old country. It looks like Mis Saturday and has bought property were Sunday visitors at Ross-
districts make I Belmont she hit the nail the head more Inn.
stock from quarantined and seen all them crowds of folks a on which she will improve. She also hasa
Other Official News Items From such stock as safe as potatoes from tearing round New York city. I I j I that time. grove on Lake Down. The Windermere board of trade J
Washington Concerning non-infected areas, and often better says to my man I says there must be 1: Wishin you a Merry Christmas, Mr. II. T. Brigham was in Kissim- held their regular meeting Sunday ,

Matters of Interest in selected. some kind of a meetin here ever since I I I Yours truly, mee Thursday.Mr. night, at which matters of more than
Florida we come the way them streams of'1'j I IZZY BUTTIN.A and Mrs. J. C. Bronson are the usual interest were discussed. Ten
BASKET BALL FRIDAY human beins keep a walkin by. Seems proud parents of a nine pound boy. |I new members were present.

Washington, Dec. 8.The office of like they was all a goin some placeas I I VISION ORLANDO I
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comptroller of the currency has just Basket ball has the center of the fast as they could navigate. Iain't ....
This week Palatka will fur- (By Louise White)
its the conditionof stage. I
completed report on kick about that
got no there big .
hibiscus the
The ,
lovely sago palms,
the national banks of Florida under nish Orlando fans a game worth see- city; but search me if I want to live i, The long, grey moss on the trees, I MY OBJECT
the last call, date of October 31. The ing. They have already met the Ca- where there's so many folks you can't I As it sweeps the ground near the
report makes the following showing: thedral school team this year and the pick out your own relations. Ill take : garden path,
first was so close that the return ] Moved by the southern breeze.
Loans and discounts, $36,019,135.91.Individual game Orlando for mine and nothin more TICKLE THE PUBLIC'SPALATE
which is to be in the
deposits, $33,379,369.69.Total played said. I been a cleaning up the house { The soft, pale hue of the plumbago'sblue
resources, $60,805,000.26. Armory Friday night is sure to be and makin a garden, and land sakes! ,
Percentage of legal reserve to deposits worth seeing. The first game wasplayed the jell I got made and a settin ];| Against a velvety, emerald lawn,
in Palatka several weeks I: And fragrant roses, still covered with
17.29. around in glasses; it would do your j! dew-
James L. McLeod has just been appointed and Cathedral won by the close score heart good to see it, I make some One glance! and your troubles are
a rural carrier on route No. of 31 to 27. Palatka has a good team every year to take to the neighbors I gone. WATCH THIS SPACEBUYERS
1 out of DeFuniak Springs.The this year and they are coming here for Christmas. Some folks "
they nev-
I' Up towards the sky, the tall pal- ,
farmers of Florida and other to "get even" for what happened in er wants Christmas to come cause mettoes j.
Southern States are warned by the Palatka. Cathedral isn't saying much they don't like to buy presents, butI j I Wave their spreading fans. I II
department of agriculture to see that but they are practicing hard. want to tell you that I like the good'j I It makes you think of the picturesque I
the seed potatoes they buy bear the Palatka is to play Rollins at Win- old holiday jest as much as kid palmsIn
any desert lands.In .
.. white label of the potato inspection ter Park Saturday and another good and get jest as much fun out of 'I Egypt's 111 111II F
service of the department. This labelis game is expected there. I get all riled up when I hear it.j the pale moonlight, on a starlit !!
placed on each container and certi- they wisht Christmas would nightTere IIII
say never \ the tide of life ne'er turns, l
fies that the potatoes have been examined To Increase Militia come. I am a plannin to bring jl I In this "Land of Flowers," aye, beau- lli li i
by federal inspectors and Tokio, Dec. 8.--Japan's budget for you some mistletoe to trim up your tiful flowers! 4x'
found free from powdery scab, that the coming year shows estimated expenditures house, a glass of jell and some fresh My heart with rapture burns. ;

they were grown on farms free from,. of $278,000,000 and a decrease eggs, 'Mr. Editor-that is, if them The lithe-necked swan, on sparkling II '
and have not in any way been exposed in the revenue of $40,500,000.The hens of mine don't stop layin, and I lakes.Surrounded, '
to this disease. war has caused- a decrease of $8500,000 ,- want you to stop them machines in with oleander- TO SHARE IN PROFITS ;;1 \ I
They are warned against the use J Picture all this in your mind, and see
in the customs. your office a hull day and have a good FORD CARS "
A vision of Orlando. LOWER PRICES ON
of table potatoes for planting pur- Curtailments of expenses to be time on Christmas. There is so many Orlando, Fla.VISITING. 0 I'
poses, as these, even though they do made in some departments of the things to think about in this last Effective from August 1, 1914 to August
not show the disease, may have been government will permit credits for month of 1914, all them poor Bel- ORLANDO 1,1915 and guaranteed against any reduction -
exposed to powdery scab. Table potatoes two additional army divisions, com- gians and Prussians with their houses during that time: !

are usually shipped from pletion of three dreadnaughts, con- burned down, and they a starvin to W. F. Buchanan, of McConnellsville -
Maine in bulk and the car carries a struction of eight torpedo boat destroyers death and so many sick and hurt sol- O., and T. A. Rodgers, of Lake- Touring Car $555.00Runabout
blue certification bag, while seed potatoes and two submarines, and the diers. We oughter be thankful justto land, field representative of the "flor- 505.00 '.

are in sacks or other containers addition of ten torpedo boat destroyers live in this lovely place with all ida Baptist Minister," published at F. <>. B. Orlando. All car folly equipped.farther .
of a capacity not to exceed 180 authorized last summer. we need to eat and good colthes to Arcadia, were in Orlando yesterday
pounds, and each container is sep- wear. I been a readin about what to calling at The Sentinel office. we will be able t. obtain the maximum efficiency..
factory production, and the minimum cost in r
arately certified. BIG OKDER BY ALLIES FOR do with these here tramps, and I ain't purchasing in our and nale departments if we reach an output .f
Some dealers have been buying table GEORGIA I made up my mind to do nothin but It is funny what a difference a few I 100.000 ear between the above datea. '

stock and selling it for seed. These Atlanta, Ga., Dec. 8.-Placing their hand em out a snack every time they years make. The girl who used to the And buyers should hre we reach from this|4t production to $(. per we car agree(...te or pay....aa..
men are not violating any law, but orders quietly and through scattered I comes to my door hungry. I says to let you chew her "wax" in school Avra(tlI9I5 to e ery retail buyer who pnrchaaea new .
they are exposing their customers to dealers representatives of the allies my man I says there ain't no nice while you took a whirl at her "all Ford ear between August 1. 1111 and. August 1. 1915.
the risk of the introduction of a dan- have completed the purchase in At- lookin man a goin to knock at my day sucker" now has a daughter who I .F.r farther particular retarding the e low price and profitharinr. -
plan aec
gerous disease and a quarantine lanta of 2,500 mules and 2,000 horses, I kitchen door and ask me for a bite to carries her individual drinking cup so
should the powdery scab be intro- representing an outlay in Georgia of :eat if he ain't hungry, and I ain't she won't get any germs in her F. G. RUSH,
duced. more than $400,000. Five hundred I a goin to send him away empty hand- mouth. Phone 226
The white seed certificate relates horses for Great Britain were shipped ed; no not if I know myself.' Plenty
only to freedom from powdery scab, today. Several millions will be spent :of men is down and out and leavin Most people can "blow" themselvesby
but potatoes so certified are likely to in Georgia, it is said. the cities to find work, with all them forming air castles.

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i. They are not scarce. Our stock is larger, better assorted and lower priced than ever-

ii J Make your selections now, and let us keep them until Xmas Eve.

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L hillalln M IIalll al T J li : DESKS, TABLES, CHAIRS,

25c to $10.00 1\11T nnLLS 'rlIT Y:1 SWINGS, TRUNKS.

Beds, Kitchen Cabinets, Tea Sets,

y All Kinds of Electrical Toys Games Puzzles Blocks Books
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Racing Autos, Trains, All-Wood Dolls--positively unbreakable Paints, and numerous others.

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

-,- Humpty Dumpty Circus---the greatMonkeys that climb 25c

Negro DollsCelluloid 60c to '
toy on earth 50c to $10 Dogs that bark 25c

BabiesBaby lOc to $1.00 .'

Blossom $1.00


t 4 Campbell Kids 50c to $1.00
Doll Carts, 35c to $35
The new Nature Dolls look Tango Babies $1.00 4

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

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

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:.r !,,:..1:1. Great Redilciloll Sale

1111 Ir"
, Most Wonderful ROOF F GARDEN TIIBATRB I Big Suit and Coat

Valuesever TONIGHTFirst SaleA
Show 7 P. M.
placed before the pur- most exceptional opportunity -
NESTOR DRAMA : of buying the new
chasing public. "
smart beautiful models at
An event that every Woman -
VICTOR C-DRAMA tremendous uction.
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in Orlando and vicinitywill The Shoemaker's!: Eleventh.FRONT Our wonderful prices will
herald with joy. -WESTERN speak for themselves. We
"The Moccassion Print," only ask an opportunity! to
All Trimmed and prove that our values can-
Sterling Comedy featuring Sterling Kids
Untrimmed Hats "A Rural Love Affair." not be compared. t

Pay a visit to our Soda Fountain and Lucheonette. Come Early,Avoid the Rush III
Admission Free until 6.30
III HALF PRICE Admission,Nights,Children p.m.,5c.,Adults,lOc and Get You Choice
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0: Big Sacrifice rIillinery !


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

:aalf Frice

This sale means every hat in the store, some beautiful French models, other handsome
models from our own work-room. If you need a Hat, now is the time to buy.If .

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

riiings i

. ;The Yowe1DuckworthCa!

Orlando's Largest Store, Quality Did It."

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Mr. and Mrs. Fergus, of the firm .
of Rogers & Fergus, spent yesterdayat
Wekiwa Springs. v v vr

f Father Bresnahan, of Sanford, was I J

,, terday.among the visitors_to Orlando yes- I

Mr. W. G. Brooks, of Bay Ridge, (

transacted business at the county capital j .
Direction and Management\ yesterday. i -:-.:..:.;:.-'-.:'-.. '.

Messrs. A. A. and Don Smith left
J The officers and Directors of this afternoon for where I ,
yesterday Tampa r .
Bank are well known for their experience they will spend some time. : -- ;! .

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and business standing. They i

give their personal attention to the Mr. F. E. Homer, of Jacksonville, ;i'
arrived in Orlando yesterday to look
affairs of the bank and personally passon
after business matters.
all loans and investments.The I,

business of this bank is confinedto Mr. S. Katers Howe left yesterday !i

strictly sound, legitimate enterprises.In afternoon for Tampa to spend several !'

safeguarding the best interests of days with relatives and friends. j! BURGLARSand .

the stockholders they are also givingthe
Before having pictures see "life ;
Sneak Thieves Mold Scare '
to each depositor. no
motion pictures" at Evans', 100 North .

STATE BANK Main. 11-25-tf i,, tor those who keep their valuables .

of Orlando Mr. H. M. Smith, one of Plymouth's' in our vault.
sterling citizens, was numbered with :
the welcome visitors to Orlando yes- Safe Deposit 80405
t terday.Mr. '
$1 per year and up. :

Frank Evans, special agent for' .. ...
the Caledonia Insurance company, I
I was a business caller at Curtis & -.
O'Neal's yesterday. I I.,'.. ..
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Mrs. E. L. Brown, wife of I i '
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rt Messrs. C. E. Cassady and E. B. Commisisoner Brown, with her daughter -I ""
t Morry represented Orange Center in Miss Annie, spent yesterday in i -..-: :- -.---:. .' :. '.'-. r'o :

Orlando yesterday. Orlando greeting friends. .. -.<' -.' :.. .. .. .' .. ,''.:
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Chicken "a la king" served at Mrs. '

i Cornish's dining room today. It* Mises Ruth and Ellen Worsham,
Every day people are realizingmore -
l nieces of Mr. R. L. Flyer, arrived in I
and that Sentinel want
I< Capt. Williams was called to Plant more Orlando yesterday afternoon from

City yesterday on business. ads. pay. Covington, Ga., on a visit. :
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, War tests a man's courage; matri- Mrs. D. C. Thompson left yesterday W. S. Duane, of Jacksonville, district ; r .
'. monye a woman's. afternoon for Plant City to look after clock inspector for the Western I

, business matters.J. Union, was in the city jesterday. He . .. .
t Mr. I .Calvin Smith, traveling pas- stopped at the San Juan. .:.
senger agent of the Nashville, Chattanooga W. Wilmott, a prominent Orlando .
t: & St. Louis railway and the citizen, was in the city yesterday Mr. J. A. Canford, president of -- -
Western & Atlantic railroad, with transacting business and greeting the Operators Naval Stores company, I..
headquarters in Jacksonville, spent friends. He was a guest at the De- Jacksonville, spent several hours in
yesterday in Orlando. Soto hotel.-Tampa Tribune. Orlando yesterday on business.Mr. .

h Andre Vander Mersch, of Kis- i McElroy's Pharmacy

simmee, a large citrus grower and

hens ? If ? realty owner, spent yesterday in Or-
Are your laying not, why not
lando on business.Mr. I Orlando, Fla. Established 34 Years
; Try Aunt Patsy's Poultry Food. Guaranteed
and Mrs. A. D. Mallory returned -
in the Chicken line.
. Everything to Orlando yesterday after- I
noon on the Tampa Special from I
Wright Seed CompanyPhone Patavia, IlL, where they have spent I. .
several months, and are again occupying -
Start Christmas Shopping
179 206 So. Orange Ave. their suburban home on Lake
Ivanhoe. I

List with a Box of

Hotel Astor

or Page and Shaw's Candies.



t/Q Pharmacy Agents "

Is open for inspection and we will cordially welcome you at a -

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Friday evening, December 11, from 4 to 9 o'clock. A musical program has been arranged, and
light refreshments will be served.



'- 1915 HARLEY-DAVIDSON-II Horsepower 3-Speed Sliding Gear Transmission Automatic ; ;

I,H' I Mechanical Oil Pump. Step-Starter. and 66 Refinements $275.00.

A. B. VANCE, H. H. HUNDLEY, W. WHITNEY WRIGHT, 129 Orlando.Orange, AHae.nue

Manager.: Assitant Manager:
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:Sip: :Rtig Sale ovvOn.: I

$55.00 Value 9x12 Wilton Rugs, Special Sale Price _____________________ $41.25 $25.00 Value 9x12 Axminster Rugs, Special Sale Price ..________.______ $19.85 I

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

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

Cscar Ha.nd & Son W, Pine Street I

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