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Title: The morning sentinel
Uniform Title: Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 6 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando Fla
Creation Date: December 11, 1914
Publication Date: 1913-1918
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
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 Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
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. THE MORNING SENTINELVOLUME







TWO ORLANDO, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1914. NUMBER 260.BRITISH .

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,, DESTRUCTION CRUISER OF WHICH THREE ESCAPED SISTER SHIPS TUESDAY WAS AFTER RUNDOWN MANY HERE FROM OHIO SHOULD USE ALLSTEELCARS DEAN RE-ELECTED CHIEF : FUll RECORD OF


AND DESTROYED BY BRITISH SQUADRON
I Two Families Arrive From Fire Department Held Session I

WITH ALL MEN ON BOARD OF ILL-FATED OrlandoAll Last Night and Elected Of-
Niles, Ohio, to Be in BOARDCOIIISSIOXERS

. VESSEL-TOTAL LOSS OF LIFE NOW Winter-Large ficers for 1913-Other

'.. 2,400 FOR GERMANS Buckeye ColonyMr. Business Discussed

. I. C. COMMISSION: : MAKES I IN RECENT
and Mrs. L. A. Dukes and The "fire laddies" of the Orlando i

Three Submarines Are Sunk Off Dover. daughter have joined the ranks of ANNUAL REPORT AT fire department met last night at MEETING TRANSACTED

headquarters, enjoyed a "spread," MUCH BUSINESS
the winter visitors in Orlando from WASHINGTON i
Coast British Fleet ,
By elected officers for 1915, reviewed ina
j the Buckeye State. They arrived

. Destructiveness of Land Batteries Proved-Dresden Is Only I yesterday afternoon on the Tampa A LAW SHOULD REQUIRE THEM past general year,manner and talked the work of improve-of the NO CALABOOSE E f FOR APOPKA}(

Special from Niles, Ohio, and will remain ments in the department for next

Vessel of Von Spee's Squadron Yet Unaccounted for I in the City Beautiful all season. I Commission Investigated Many year. That the city will soon have a Proposed Road From Pine Cas-

.. and British Are After Her With All Speed; i Mr. and Mrs. Burtz, of Niles, Ohio, motor fire truck was the opinion of tle to Conway Was Granted
Accidents-Detailed Report the department. They are making
Great Joy in England's Capital are here on a pleasure trip and may I
I I Follows of Great every effort to procure one and assistin -Other Important
remain indefinitely. They arrived in any way possible.The .
r" London, Dec. 10.-The German cruiser Nurnberg, which with the light I Interest BusinessThe
Orlando yesterday afternoon on the following officers for 1915
cruiser Dresden escaped after the Scharnhorst, Gneisenau and of
Leipzig
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I Atlantic Coast Line train from Jack- were elected: Wm. Dean, chief; H.
Admiral Von Spee's squadron was sunk Tuesday morning by the British I Washington, Dec. 10.-Steel cars in Sentinel presents to its read-
sonville. Mr. Burtz is a retired business P. Leu, assistant chief; Jas. H. Bar-
squadron off the Falkland Islands, was sunk after a stern chase the after- I passenger train service should be required ers the complete record of all busi-
man and with his estimable wife ton, foreman; Ray Chapman, secre
noon of the same day, according to an official announcement from the ad- by law, the Interstate Com- ness transacted at the recent meet
: has come south in search of a balmy tary; DeWitt Miller, appointed as-
, miralty tonight. merce Commission in its anual ing of the Board of County Commis-
climate to spend six months of every says sistant secretary; Jas. II. Barton,,
The Dresden has not been accounted for officially, but the British ships I report made public here today. It sioners. Much important business of
year and the prospects are very treasurer. H. P. Leu, Chas. Hilpert,,
were declared to be in hot pursuit and there is an unofficial report in circu- I also declares that the use in passen- I interest to the entire county was
bright for Orlando to claim them asI : and DeWitt Miller, appointed room
lation in London that this last unit of the fleet that defeated Admiral Crad- I ger trains of wooden cars between or transacted.The .
winter residents. committee.
permanent
dock's fleet off the coast of Chile has also been sunk, the report being accepted -I in front of steel cars should be pro- I record is as follows:

with reserve, and further announcement that the victory has been'I hibited. Tuesday, December 8, 1914.
RETURNED FROM: NEW YORK | SPENCER TO JACKSONVILLE
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j'" made complete is being confidently awaited. !I The commission is desirous of making -, Board met pursuant to adjourn-
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The Nurnberg: carried a crew of 322 men and as far as is known none the railroad hours of service act ment.
Mr. and Mrs. Hull Back for Fourth Company He Represents Expected to
'. of the crew escaped. This will bring the total loss of life among the Germans more stringent and proposes that the Present, M. O. Overstreet, chair-
I Winter in City Beautiful-Get I Take Large Part of Brick
to between 2,000 and 2,400 men. I penalty for violations of this act be man; Commissioners Dillard, Sweet,
Hearty WelcomeMr. Road Bonds Issuei
, --- --- -- : changed to a fixed and definite sum, I I i Brown, and Starbird.

London, Dec. 10.-A dispatch from i that minimum penalty of $100 be I Minutes of previous meeting read
or a II ,
and Mrs. H. M. Hull have returned I I J. Spencer, representing the
Dover states that three German sub- NEW STUTL"DUDO" established instead of the penalty of : approved and signed.
their home 208 Pal- Hoeffler
I to pretty Cummings & Prudden Co.,
marines which took part in an at- I : metto street, from Ritchfield Springs,, "not to exceed $500" as now pro- I of Toledo, departed yesterday for i Upon request of Judge Warlow and '

tempted submarine raid upon the ad- ''N. vided. Attorney John Jones, the Board ;
Y. This is their fourth winter in Jacksonville.. Spencer was pres- ordered -
miralty in the harbor, have been sunk i Lester Beeman's New Light i 1 The hints that the railroadsare I
report
two of the in the of
the City Beautiful: and as Mr. Hull ent at the meeting of the Board of I rooms rear
after a heavy fusillade the land Blue Car Has Arrived in covering instances of
by excess ser-
I expressed it in The Sentinel office County Commissioners this week. His I the court room furnished and fitted J
batteries. The to raid the vice the of "broken draw-
attempt
by excuses
City From Indianapolis yesterday afternoon, he will never be company is expected to take $525,000 up as a judge's room. Details re-
harbor was made under the cover of bars," "leaky flues," and "hot boxes." ferred to Messrs. M. O. Overstreet ;
Factory satisfied until it is his twentyfourth.We worth of the $600,000 brick roads
darkness at 6:30 this morning. all join in the hope. :! "Sixty-three train accidents were bond issue. and B. M. Robinson with power to j

,b Six submarines took part. The Lester Beeman's new Stutz Bulldog i i investigated by the commission dur- i act. t
first alarm on the shore was given' ing th yeear ended June 30, 1914,"
has arrived from the Stutz Motor Carcompany's Mr. Harry Moore appeared before
by the firing of naval Soon all I the "Forty of these accidents '
guns. I report.
r I factory at Indianapolis and :VaSEARSJSOPTIMISICongressmanelect/ says VACATIONPublic DAYS COMING the Board requesting a change in the j
the land batteries were in action. The i i I is were collisions and 23 were 1,
b now on display at the San Juan Orlando-Gotha road near Gotha. No
fusillade lasted some time. At least I I j I derailments. They caused the deathof J
Garage company, agents and distrib- action was taken. !I
200 shots were fired. The message I I.uters for the car. The "bulldog" is Thinks Flor- 169 and the injury of 2,134 per- Schools Will Be Closed Mr. D. W. Clark, as representativefrom
states that the submarines did not sons. The collisions investigated were ,
surely a sturdy car and is a ida in -Next 15 Years Will I From December 18 to January the city council of Apopka, petitioned j
succeed in charac-I
doing any damage. responsible for 108 deaths and 1,162
I teristic Stutz in every detail. Have Wonderful .I Other School for a calaboose for Apopkato
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and the derailments caused
I injuries I
painted a light blue and is four
a pas- care for prisoners. Petition was 1
London, Dec. 10.-The admiraltyhas Growth 61 deaths and 972 injuries. Thirteenof I Notes i
senger car. It arrived Tuesday. i not granted.
received no confirmation of the these collisions, causing 39 deaths :I _
Complaint was entered by Mr. John 1
reported sinking of three German Congressman-elect W. J. Sears, of I and 442 injuries, occurred where the The public schools will be closed
BAPTIST OFFICERS NAMED Miller concerning the infringementof i
submarines, but the official press bu- Kissimmee, was among the notables I block system was in use, and 24 col- ,' December 18 to January 4 on account fences on the Orlando-Gotha road. 1

read has passed the messages for .Mr.Sears lisions, involving 64 deaths and 713 'I of the Christmas and New Year holidays I
Annual Convention Opens in Pensa- visiting Orlando yesterday. I No action was taken. 1 1i
publication. injuries, occurred under. the train or- I The State Teachers' Associa-I
cola With Many Dele- is a good roads enthusiast and an ad- i Mr. W. D. Sphaler, as a committee
der system. Three collisions, causing tion will be held at Lakeland December -
Kaiser Greatly Improved gates Present mirer of Orlando. In conversationwith 5 deaths and 7 injuries, occurred in 29 to 31. All teachers who will I representing the town of Taft, peti- Ii

Berlin, by wireless to London Dec. Sentinel tioned for a change of route of the
a representative yesterday yard movements where the system of attend this meeting will be given one-
10.-It is officially announced here Pensacola, Fla., Dec. 10.-Follow- : Mr. Sears said I county road within the town limitsof
;t : "It would train operation was not a factor. half of their rajlroad fare by the
.. tonight that the condition of Emperor ing the opening of the nineteenth an- ;I i not surprise me in the least to see it I "Collisions caused by improper I, school board. A spelling contest is to Taft. Also to change the place of 1

William is greatly improved. His nual convention here yesterday, offi- ,'. build up almost solid between this I flagging continue to be a prominent i I be held during the subtropical mid- entrance of the county road into the I 9

temperature is declared to be normal. cers to serve the association during' city and Kissimmee within the next I feature of these investigations Eight winter exposition, and prizes will be town of Taft. Both matters were referred -
the coming year: were elected as follows I to Messrs. Sweet and
Chapmanwith
fifteen years, that is, if the brick I of the 40 collisions investigated were awarded. Details of the contest will
: N. A. Blitch, of the Florida i J
No Change Along Front roads between the two places which I due to this cause. In these 8 col- Ibe announced later. instructions to report next meet-

Paris, Dec. 10.-The midnight bul- I! railroad commission, president; E. D. I II has been in contemplation, are laid lisions 45 persons were killed and ".?.> ing.
Beggs, of Pensacola, and Dr. A. J. i Petition of J. C. Palmer for improvement
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letin from the war office says the within the next twelve months. injured. Attention has been called to
HERE FROM: PHILADELPHIACol.
Holt, of Kissimmee
general situation along the battle vice-presidents; the indefiniteness of the flagging rule of Orlando-Gotha road
Rev. C. L. Collins, of Jacksonville, around Lake Downs received and
front is unchanged. Yesterday'sstatement in force on roads and the
PAINT FIVE FIRE PLUGS many prac-
Alleman and Family to Arrivein
secretary; Rev. J.V.. Senterfitt, of
I granted.
says the French aviators tice of employing inexperienced men
Jacksonville, assistant secretary; A. Orlando Today to Spend Communication from lion. W. V.
made assault A noticeable effort has
an upon Fribourg in as flagmen.
Fire Chief Dean Is Painter
B. One Day, the Winter
Brisgau, and launched with success Canady, of Jacksonville, conventionreporter. ;I Then CarpenterThenFireman been made on a number of roads to Knott, comptroller, concerning the

sixteen bombs on the railroad station I improve the situation- this respect, publishing report of Orange county, .j

and the aviation hangars, and in spite Delegates from every section of the but there is still abundant opportu- Col. S. H. Alleman, Mrs. Allemanand referred to the Clerk with power to ,

of the lively cannonading returned state are in attendance on the gath- I' nity for betterment. In one collision, their son, Horace, will arrive in act in accordance with the law.

without accident. ering and from every indication it More work was started and finished due to improper flagging, which Orlando today from Philadelphia, Pa., Communications from Stiener Bros.,
will be of the most successfulever yesterday on Lucerne Circle. Fire where have been
one they since last
caused 14 deaths and 294 injuries, the bankers, and Chas. II. Baker, agricul-
DANIELS PLIED WITH QUESTIONS attempted by the asosciation. I' Chief Dean and his assistant, Hilpert, flagman at fault had been employed spring, and will spend the winter in tural adviser, were received and read.

The convention was opened with the I painted the five water plugs on the only 24 days, and was entirely with- this city at 102 Lake street. The Voucher was ordered drawn for

usual addresses of welcome by local 1 Circle a fine, fresh coat of white I out previous railroad experience. Allemans have been coming to the $700 in payment of subscription to

city officials and churchmen and ; paint. The chief announces that the City Beautiful for number
Naval Committee Wants to Obtain re- 1-"The inherent weakness of the train a of years the Orange County Fair Association.
sponses by visiting officials of the work will be continued until more are order system continues to manifest and have many friends in this sec-
Reasons
for His Adherence to Upon motion it was ordered that all
association. of the same color. itself as a prominent feature of the tion who will be pleased to see them.
2 Battleship Program accident record. In 13 of the 40 collisions the newspapers be paid for three

investigated it appeared that months subscription of the six months

Washington, Dec. 10.-For upwards AWNING WILL BE LIGHTENED 7 were caused by trains encroachingupon subscription submitted to them at the
TWO DRUNKS ARE FINEDPolice j the time of superior class trains STRONG FIGHT EXPECTEDBasket
t. of five hours today the house naval and 5 were caused by the failure of rate of 75 cents per annum.
committee plied Secretary Daniels Guernsey Awning Will Be Lightened trainmen orders.
I to obey In these Contract awarded Will Robinsonfor
with questions intended to obtain rea- in "eight-Xo More Crashes 13 collisions 26 persons were killed clearing road leading from Duntiaway's -
sons for his adherence to the two Will Be Heard Court Featured by Two and 179 injured. Danger of collisions Ball Game at Armory
under the train order is corner, east one mile to in-
Cases of Drunkenness- system often
Tonight Between Palatka
battleship program and to developthe I increased by the failure of railroad tersection with Gotha road and Win-
navy's weakness, if, as it has The new awning in front of the II Unhitched Team DriverIs operating officers to employ safe- and Cathedral Will Be ter Garden and Windermere road.

been alleged, it is weak in some of Guernsey building will be made lighter Fined guards provided for by the rules. On Strong One Rate of contract, $35 per acre.
its in weight. The heavy beams have i i most roads where the train order sys-
component parts. Admitting he
The following bonds for carryingfire
II tem is used the rules require that an
would favor four battleships if the I been replaced with lighter ones and Police court yesterday featured r The
was I order establishing a meeting point for picked girls' basket ball team arms were presented and approved -
revenues of the government permit, they will be covered with corrugatedsheet I' by two cases of drunkenness. Will': opposing trains shall be sent simul- of the Palatka high school and the ; :

the secretary insisted upon a contin- iron instead of wood as planned. Whitney, arrested by Officer Carter I taneously to all the trains involved, undefeated team from the local Ca- Charles P. Mahoney, pistol; sure-

uance of the usual yearly program in I For being drunk, was fined $5 and : and operator also, whenever at the designated practicable, to the thedral school will play a game of ties. J. C. Miller, W. Y. Fuller.

keeping the United States in a THE WEATHER I costs and paid. A "John Doe," arrested -I point, thus providing a check meeting againstthe basket ball tonight at the Armory at \ '. R. Kilpatrick, pistol; sureties,
J. P. Cowart, A. D. Wells.
"strong position" among naval pow- Florida: Fair Friday and Satur by Officer Denton, charged I possibility of trainmen forgettingor 8 o'clock. It is predicted that the Geo. D. Denning, pistol; sureties,

day. with being drunk, was fined $5 and misunderstanding the order. This game will be the best of the season. J. W. Johnson, J. Huntington.J. .
ers.The check, provided by the so-called "mid-
administration's naval program costs. Allen Arnette was arrested by i dle order," is an important element The Cathedral school is trained rightup M. Smith, pistol; sureties, J. R.

to which the committee has Officer Broom for leaving his team : of safety in the movement of trains to the minute and has gone Patrick R. L. Mercer.
Harold Bourne, pistol sureties J.H .
been asked to give its approval includes JOIN TilE ARMYTWELVE I unhitched on the streets, was fined $1 : on single track lines, but on some through the season with a string of Bradshaw. W. P. Gwynne.; ,

two dreadnaughts, six destroyers and paid.A j be roads used the is not rule observed.which requires it to rictories., The game played with Pa- Enoch D. Keen, pistol; sureties, J.J. f

eight submarines, one of the sea- latka at that city some days ago re- T. Lee, J. it!. Partin.

going type, one gunboat, and one col- More days left for Christmas suggestion: Toilet set, shavingset REPRESENTATIVE FROM NEW sulted in the close score of 31 to 29 Thornton Claim for, of pension Maitland of, was Mrs.approved Scobern f

lier. Throughout the hearing Secre- collar box, shopping bag, picture, YORK DEAD in favor of the Cathedral. Since that and forwarded to the comptroller.

tary Daniels laid stress on the fact Shopping. Bargains readynow. : fountain pen, work basket, pillow top, time the Palatka team has been given Claim for pension of J. H. Norman,

that this year every dollar that was Shop early. Read the i cut glass music bag, lap tablet, Bible. Washington, Dec. 10.Representative aditional coaching and will be in condition of Apopka, was approved and for- I

appropriated should be devoted to the Sentinel Advertisements. Lots of nice things at Curtis & : Sereno E. Payne of New York to put up a strong fight to- warded motion to the the comptroller.On proposed .road from

fighting ships alone. I 5'Neal's, Orange avenue. j died suddenly tonight. j I night. (Continued on page 4)) 'f I

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CUT OF FIFTEEN MILLION
FINE ICE CREAMS AND ICES I

I Candies--- Subject of Decrease in the Rivers -'
+ and Harbors Appro- 6"4 I
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t : and PARK & TILFORD : Washington Dec. 9.The reduction and we will deliver your p .I
from $35,000,000 to $20,000,000 of the

rivers and harbors appropriation by :CE CEE..A.
last summer's session of congresswas
t a vital topic of interest when \
Our big line ofXmas oJ.
+ : delegates from every state in the For Sunday Dinner t

Union gathered here today to attend

i 'b Packages ..r.I the National eleventh Rivers annual and convention Harbors of Con-the New York Ice Cream my Specialty. .

will be in gress. Philadelphia and Fancy Ice Creams to Order
soon I
r While many people upbraid the rivers

J. I I a pork and barrel harbors measure appropriation the members bill as ......Wholesale and Retail, Bricks or Cans..... 1

!I I of the Rivers and Harbors Congress Neapolitan Creams Always in Stock
look that about the
upon measure as I
;i 1'1. Give us your orders, we wIll.+' most important one on which con- .
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t F '1' deliver them Xmas Day. appropriation Attacks on congress were madefy tor cutting: Senator the =o :E:. :SOEFLEE 1 ':

i Ransdell of Louisiana leader of the
waterways movement and one of the Residence 205 Liberty St., Corner Mariposa I
principal organizers of the Rivers
i I and Harbors Congress. Factory Around the Corner. Prices Reasonable.
::1 i The convention is to continue today
f :: and tomorrow. The notable ___ -
ESTES PHRMgYr Y | the more Col. .4 --- --- tBi --
speakers on program are ------- ---- --- --- ---
George W. Goethals, builder of the ,
Panuma canal, Senators Saulsbury of ,
Delaware, Sheppard of Texas, Smithof
Michigan and Weeks of Massachusetts TENS REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD

and Representatives Moore of ,
PHONES Pennsylvania, Roker of California, "
t and Ten Eyck; of New York, and Gov- COOK WITH GAS
Nereemis+A k ernor Deneen of Illinois.
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The Cape Cod Chesapeake and Delaware -
61 and 95HBHfflSDHS
Trinity river, and many other I
.r. oJ:. canal projects will be discussed ex-
haustively.

1. Convenience 6. Speed

{+ tl't REAL ORANGE CO. FARM ; 2. Comfort 7. Efficiency .


B. Beacham Has Cleared 80- 3. Cleanliness 8. Safety .
Acre Tract at Big Expense
Near Taft-Put in Cropin 9. Perfect Regulation .
4. Simplicity '
SpringMr.
of Heat

HOUSEHOLD B. Beacham one of Orange 5. Accessibility 10. Economy
county's largest and most successful
orange growers, is branching out in
.PAINT other lines. He has cleared at large I
expense an eighty acre tract of farmland
formosteyecyfhing near Taft which will be put into
8. SAFETYCould
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crop this spring. This will be the

--'fmJ' Easy to use. largest private tract of farm land in any fuel be safer than GAS? Hardly.
culture in the county and will be the
Easy to buy. nearest approach to a real farm There are no sparks to pop out and set fire to the kitchen floor; there is

where general farming is done. no chance of explosion; there is nothing to leak on the floor and flame up when
Mr. Beacham is a man possessed of
"I" someone carelessly drops a lighted match there flues to burn out and
Small cans. wealth, brains and grit, the real elements ; are no set
Iij of success and that he will the house afire; there are no wood piles or coal bins with their constant dangers
"- 16 Colors and
bring success out of his effort goes I to your house.

ALL GOOD. without The proper saying.development of Florida GAS the safest of all fuel to use and this fact can easily be proved by re.

the same as of any other coun- I ference to the records of fire departments and insurance companies.The .
Wears well. try requires patience and perseverance I use of GAS spells SAFETY.
and it is a good sign when the
Looks well.
rich men begin to look after the farm
proposition. The poor man has an
What up hill job of it unaided.
more ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO.

can you ask? JAP THINKS WAR WILL LAST .
LOXG TIME .
GAS DEPARTMENT
Tokio, Dec. 9.-Baron Kato, the I
SOLD BY foreign minister, addressed the diet' J
regarding the progress of the war
Jos. Bumby Hardware Co. and the problems growing out of it
as the result, of Japan's participation.
He said that he regretted to an-
OI-tLAN"JJO.: : nounce that the war in Europe was


MiliMilMliiitliliMMIIIIMIIIIiiiaiMMIIIMfrREAL ,.still peace.Speaking:yet far there from of a were the termination no relations prospects and of thatas the of Tll Fl rUa R al E tat & Inv I till nt Co.


Japanese empire and the allies, Baron ,
Kato said that a most frank exchangeof
ESTATE views had taken place and that the Capital $50,000. Fully Paid Up.
relations had been cemented closer .
than ever. Incorporated In Florida; Therefore Under State Control,
"The relations with the neutral
powers are also excellent," the for-

We buy d sell all classes and kinds of Real Estate.If eign minister said.
Speaking of the taking of Kiau

you want to buy or sell the earth it will pay you to call Chau by the Japanese, Baron Kato extend invitation Investors and
declared that various questions in 1J/E! a cordially to
and talk wishes with connection therewith ha darisen with
your over us.
ft to call at office to learn
Property-Holders
China, but thanks to the conciliatory our ,
The manager of this firm has had years of exper- spirit the negotiations had resulted .
the most progressive and conservative methods. ..
: as a whole, satisfactorily. The Japanese -
ience dealing in Florida investments, having sold over a
he said had undertaken the To protect your interests this Company aside of their ,
administration of the railroads of
million Real
dollars worth of Florida Estate in the last
Kiau Chau and Tsinan and he also financial strength, give Bank Gaurantee whenever our
two years. told of the miliary occupation of the
principal islands of the Marshall Car- clients demand it. Enquiries by mail promptly an-
We are well posted on the value of all classes and oline, Marienne and Pelew groups
where special guards have been established swered.
kinds of Florida property. We want listed with us all

bargains in Real Estate, and we want customers for Real Baron Kato thanked America for HENRY BENEDICT PresidentOffice
its kind offices in securing the release ,
Estate Bargains. of Japanese in Germany. He said he
believed others were still detainedand
that he would rely on further assistance -I over Peoples National Bank. Phone 570
from America in their be-

WARING REAL ESTATE COMPANYR. half.
Russians Freeze Hands
Petrograd, Dec. 7. The condition

WARING, Manager ,: of region German of Lodz prisoners is said captured to resemble in the

.. Rooms 4 and 6 Watkins Block Phone No. 63111.15tf that:them of the retreat have French frozen from troops hands Moscow.during and Manyof feet.};apoleon's entinel Want Ads A $ Get Results


They wer wrapped in blankets and
c 'II'I"I"I""I'I" =" I'D"'IIII"'lt'I" shawls taken from the peasants.

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I Iail. CONCORD PARK NOTESMr. CHULUOTA INN ARRIVALS :

__, SENATOR FLETCHER MADE
: and Mrs. John H. Hunter, Miss The Chuluota Inn has had the following -

Hunter and Mrs. Mary B. guests the past week:
Margaret
GREAT SPEECHFLORIDA A. A. Baird, Okuchee; J. %1. Bradbury GRAND
l l Hills: York
Falls New ,
I Gifford, of Valley Geo. Parrison, Orlando; F.1.. :

will spend the winter in their new Burm, DeLand; D. C. Warren and ,
. SENATORIAIiES: wife Orlando; S. Thomas Green, ,
home on Lake Dot. Iowa Geo. Johnson, St. Augustine
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DEMAND: FOR" BROADER
Miss Regina Brown, of Plymouth, Dr. Carter Bibb, Chuluota; Mrs. C. R. i TODAY
POLICY Bibb, Birmingham, Ala.; J. T. Car- : .
I V. H., is spending the winter at 615 starphen, :Macon Ga.; P.. B. Norris, (: I

a high-class development in the Wants More Action in Regardto Lexington street. Orlando; A. R. Bryan, Jacksonville; '
L Larsen Chicago R. B. Perky Los i
; ;
the Is Inland Water Ways in TheVoman's Improvement Leaguemet Angeles, Cal.; Chas. L. Gaines, Jacksonville '
prettiest section of city. JESSE L. LASKY
Florida-Demands Tuesday 'afternoon at the RestRoom ; W. A. Zerbe, Canton, Ore.; I'

only nine blocks north east. Appropriation and plans were made for winter Sidney Harrison, J. E. Ingraham, 1'

work. A box social will be held DeLaney, St. Augustine; Thos. T.j PRESENTS |

Sidewalks all the way. Has I Washington, Dec. 9.-A right lusty soon. Beckwith, Jacksonville. I

several new houses under con- blow for a broader and more comprehensive Sunday school will be held at the CHARLES R1CHMAN -

policy on the part of the fed- Rest Room every Sunday afternoonat ACREAGORLANDOSANFORD FOR SALEON

struction. Has water, gas and eral government toward the inland three o'clock.

waterways of the United States was Mr. William Davis is spending the In America's favorite play
electricity. Is in the highest
-
struck by Senator Duncan U. Fletcher week at Apopka.

point in the city, being 28 feet of Florida today before the National '
"TliE
Rivers and Harbors Congress LETTERS TO TIlE SENTNEL BRICK ROAD II I MAN FROM HOME.

higher than the business sectionS now in sesison in this city. I j :

Politics having been injected into "Editor Sentinel: AT/A SONG
the question of waterway improve- "A number of letters have been received _
from along: the lines of differ-
ments during the campaign just
ent railways in Florida complainingto
closed, Senator Fletcher reviewed the : the commissioners of reduced pas-
service. We therefore Sixty.five acres of best rolling pine
of the two great train
pronouncements political senger
deem it advisable to make a state- land suitable for citru trees andall
parties on the subject of river
ment of existing conditions. field within sight of railroad
C l lli l Hill and harbor improvements for the past "According to the records before the station crops, schoolschurches.; MUST! BE -' o i

fifty years, and showed by reading commissioners there has been a constant -
train SACRIFICED. A fine location for a
from the Republican and Democratic i decrease in passenger
all of the important rail- nursery. V
platforms that both had stood for lib- earnings
ways of Florida, excepting one (the
eral appropriations for the navigable Florida East Coast! railway) since the Price, Terms $25 per Acre

waterways of the country. outbreak of the European war. Spot Cash $20 per acre

Smarting with the attacks made on "The losses in revenue from freightand
is the market. Prices
on rang- business it must be
the last river and harbor bill while pasenger
admitted, is due to present conditions
ing from 350.00 to $600.00 per the measure was pending in the senate which must have affected a great The Biggest Grove ValueFour

with particular reference to the many of the people of this and other
lot. Costs nothing to see it. For Kissimmee and Ocklawaha rivers in states, which condition has preventedtheir : miles from town, good road,

Fletcher said that supplying the usual amount of ehoicecitrus location. We have a fine
further information see Florida, Senator it tonnage in freight, and has caused a
had been charged and published decrease: in the number of people who 10 acre piece with five acres in fine

throughout the whole country that travel: and it is certainly not just and bearing grove. The other five is all
reasonable for the public to ask or demand cleared and the whole piece is
the Kissimmee river was "dry eight
that a maximum amount of ser- fenced. There is an old house on
months in the year" and ought to he. for minimum
vice he performed a the place. Price $35oo.REAL An exceptional PARAMOUNT PRODUCTION -
insured against fire." amount of business to be cared for,

The senator said the people of Flor- which is exactly the condition of affairs in five great parts. A picture that appealsto
confronted with today, ORLANDO ESTATE CO.
we are :
ida ,
were asking for an appropriation
CARL DANN in not only Florida, but in practicallyevery true American citizen.
every
of $17,000 to give the Kissimmee a state in the United States. Watkins Block PHONE 504
depth of three feet the year round "The commissioners have been constantly -
urging the railways of the __ h __ ___ __ ____
for navigation purposes which, if
state to give the greatet amount of
done, would increase the commerce on service, and as is a well known fact, NEIL McDUFFEE
the river a thousand fold. the rates have constantly been "THAT ORCHESTRA"Vill .
shrunken and facilities largely in-
creased, but today the commissionersare Contractor and Builder
Christmas confronted with one of two \ play "Bohemian Girl," (by request.)
AUSTRIANS EAT MUTTONSounds
things: Ituiigalon's Specialty
"1st. In order to maintain the max-
Almost HereGive imum amount of service which has Arcade Building. OrlandoBEST
Good But Is Really a heretofore been rendered under nor-
of WarIs mal conditions to authorize higher
Hardship-Odidty
rates. SELECT OYSTERS. 30c. Quart lOc 20c
Campaign AgainstAll
"2nd. To preserve a reasonable
Cats amount of service and reasonablerates TheWaldeckerFishCo
us your order for by allowing a curtailment in

PLUM: PUDDING Rotterdam, Dec. .The war is service which will help the railroad FOR FISH AND OYSTERS
RAISINS comnaiiie1 recoup some of the losses T _
driving the Austrians to eat mutton. Phone No. 5. 206 Boone ._
which StreetP. -- --
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This does not sound like a great hard- "Several communities wich aril'
FIGS M. and W. O. COX
complaining of slight decrease in
ship, but the Austrians have an aver- a
PECANS sion to the meat of the sheep, thoughit oassenjrer service still have more 1023tfSANDRO
ALMONDS: trains left today to serve them, than THE OLD RELIABLE
is a common beast in their country. had several when
ENGLISH WALNUTS hey years ago con-
A mutton propaganda has just be- ditions were average and normal.

BRAZIL NUTS gun in Vienna. Exportation of sheepis Florida is no exception in the pres- !! DANN'S TRANSFER
:MINCE :MEAT ent state of affairs. We were among::
prohibited and the patriots have
CRYSTALIZED GINGER the last of all the Southern States to

We carry a full line of Xmas eat. figured out that if mutton is fashion- authorize any reduction in service I Dr. B. D. WIENENGA, Prop.
able there will be a saving in chicken, and miles of railroad and population Two Compression Starter
ables. beef, pork and other meats. A com- considered we have not yet author-
XMAS: PRESENT ized the same curtailment in -

Send a Box of Fruit to your friends. mittee has been formed to arrange a service as has been authorized passenger in MADE FSPECIAILY FOR FORDS i ; Livery, Draying and Hauling;
mutton feast, at which the meat will other states of the South. We might
Only $1.35 express prepaid east oj f t be prepared so appetizingly that all add, also, that this condition is not I

Rocky Mountains. who attend will lose their dislike peculiar to the South alone but there Will Start A uy That
Give us your order now. has been a cutting down of train ser-
Literature is also being distributed. \ir'e all over the United States, because Can be Cranked ; WE GUARANTEE GOOD SERVICE

Another oddity of war times is a of conditions apparently due to
'" campaign against cats. The major the existence of the war in Europe, One sharp pull from the

which has upset normal business con- seat turns the engine
and corporation of Bransberg, a township over
CARUTHERS & GORE ditions and prevented the movementand I AUTO AUTO BUS AND TRUCK
in east Prussia, have issued a interchange of commerce. two compressions. ,

curious appeal to their people. "We believe that the public will 1

The district, it seems, is oversupplied Tgrree that they have no right to demand That uQUR SHAPED WBEEL"
New Modern Grocen// a service of the railways which Country Driving for Eight or Teh Solicited
with cats. The authorities think
hey are not supporting, and neither Does It. i
they can thin out the surplus popula- 'his nor any other commission can I HORSES FOR SALE '
tion of cats and at the same time doa 'il'coesfully maintain that a service ,
Phone 200 patriotic act for the army in the must be rendered which results in See the Sandbo ,, .
'''rn-e losses.! If we were to take the 'Phone 257. Orlando, Florida
field. call all citi-
They upon loyal -'tl'er rjosition. then the public would
6 and 8 East Pine St. zens to shoot the cats and send the *i v f> to ray fo' it by an increase ir. FORD GARAGE I

skins as speedily as possible to the -ntes+ because the railway companies.

town hall, where the mayor is to su- ""nrV1tie laws of this country, have
'\ right to a re"."nable return uponthe .
oerintendc tIe: dre3sing of the skins ,.
nror-ertv devoted to public use.:;
ORLANDO ind their conversion into mittens and "It is with regret we find it neecnry *- ;

coats. <* to make this statement. We fee'
Florida is in better shape generally
The fantastic
mayor adds a note to
than any other Southern state, and
his appeal by saying that as the cats' "*e m"ke this explanation in the hope
PLUMBING CO *::kins afford protection against rheu- that it will appeal to the fairminded- Do not worry about your=

,. matism they will prove of great com- ness of the people of this state, believing -
they are fair, when once they f
fort and value to the soldiers.A .
know the facts.
26 WEST PINE STREET young Englishwoman who arrived "In conclusion, we wish to add that

at Metz; on a holiday on the eve WP have an understanding with the

PHONED 122 of the outbreak of war, has given an officers of all the railways whom we and
I iav<- allowed to reduce their train
interesting picture of life in this great Plumbing Sewering
service, that the same will be resumed -
Best at Low- fortress city. Although not permitted : just as soon as the traffic will i iJ
Plumbing
to leave until a short time ago warrant it, and without contest."R. .

PricesWe she was allowed to serve with the Hudson Burr, Newton: A. Blitch,
est Royal C. Dunn, Railroad Commis- J
German Red Cross and go about free- sioners."
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are not in the combine. ly in the city to do her work. .

SLAUTER'S latest inventions usedon Five different times she saw the Mighty convenient Sentinel wants. We will do for you and you pay when you

all first-class Kaiser at the garrison church. He is .

much greyer than when the war be- get ready
Pushing Eastward
Plumbing ConstructionReal gan and appears worn with care.
London, Dec. 9.The center of the

German line in Russian Poland having -
NEW CLUB ORGANIZEDThe
occupied Lodz, is pushing eastward .
Estate Boughtand after the 1 1I 1J
retiring Russians, according -

Sold.City between Tri-M the ages Club of, composed 15 and 18 of years boys, Berlin.to official Nevertheless announcement, the strainon madein I F. JOSEPH RAEHN PLUMBING and HEATING CO.

met last night and held a businessand ;
both sides has been terrific and
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social meeting, following which 1
the losses heavy, so that a lull soon J
Building Lots, $100; $1.00 cash they went to the Armory and organ-
probably will set in on this of
and $1.00 per week Lot ized a basket ball team with Mr part
buys a
the eastern battle front, while the Cor. Graves and Irvin Streets
Files! Thresher as captain, Mr. Howard -
RENTS COLLECTED. troops recuperate.
Cook manager, and Mr. Richard:
Notary Work Promptly and Neatly Tucker .
Done. secretarytreasurer.The Take a slant at the wsnt ads.
club will meet every Thursday I I ORLANDO
1 1d
N. P. HATCHERORLANDO night at 7 o'clock in the Armory and Phone-161

have gymnastic exercises, play bas-

,FLORIDAOffice ket ball, volley ball, indoor baseball, AUTO FOR HIRE

at Pinehurst etc. They are also planning for sev- FIRST CLASS REPAIRING I w-i mo.-i 1-15

ParkP. eral midwinter "hikes," etc. BARNARD & SON I
O. Box
281 All boys: between 15 and 18 are
'* PHONE 10 3 17 Hughey Street Orlando, Fla.
!O81mSo. welcome to join the club. 12-10-1m I ._ L __ _._ _

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THE DAILY OBSERVATIONWe ORLANDO

South Florida SentinelMORNING learn much by observation. If For SaleBeautiful !

you would see what Orlando is doing Orlando is an attractive spot,

AND WEEKLYW. keep your eyes open. New streetsare The climate is neither cold nor hot, zI
K. GLENN ......................EditorW. laid The spreading trees meet from each 4 I
C. ESSINGTON ......B..in_ Manager being property owners are side, t
---------- improving their premises, the city is Lake Front Lot
Making a driveway, shady and wide. ,
Entered at the pontoflice at Orlando. Florida .1
a. Second Clan Mail Matter. adding to the beauty of Orlando in 66x200. Owner needs the mon-
SUBSCRIPTION RATES many ways. Progress, thrift, enter- The beautiful lawns are all well kept WHAT SHALL I GIVE?

Daily. 1 Year ........................ $5.00 and All leaves and refuse from them are ey and will sacrifice for only P
Daily. 6 Months ...................... 2.60 prise, industry are seen on every swept '.
Daily. Month ...................... 125 side. Is it any wonder that Orlandois Just like velvet is the $1200.
Daily 1 Month .._.................... SO grass so green
the best inland city in the state? The whole landscape is like a dream.
WVkly. I Year ...................... $1.00
The citizens have reason to talk
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN strongly for Orlando. They have en- Roads gracefully wind around the Fine large Lot just off Lake Is certainly becoming an important ques-

ADVANCETO lakes, Circle size 75x155. tion-a question that is agitating many
riched the citizenship of the commu- They are kept in order with rollers Lucerne ,
ADVERTISERS: nity; valuation of real.estate has been and rakes; Fine view of the lake. Owner a mind at the present moment. A present
Copy for display and all other hand-*et Pretty homes are there on side.
adrerUftine must be hands in at the business increased; business has become en- Which are their owners'every joy and non-resident and will sacrificeat that is selected without a thought of its

office the:day.( Before the Sentinel publication.not later This than rule 2 applies p. m. during and permanent; and throughout pride. only $1600. suitability, or usefulness, is often accepted -

to chance for contract adTcrtimnc: it I* the country only the best of good in the same spirit in which it is given.
Invariable and will be strictly: adhered: to.Subfcer&en things are said about Orlando. Why? Tropical trees and plants here you
; 3 siring" The Sentinel discontinued I can find,
Because a united effort to push ahead
should notify the office: in writing on Laden with fruits and flowers of ,
the date of expiration otherwise it will be and remain in the forefront has been kind : A Fine Little Home with an LET US HELP YOU
every ;
continued until notice at to the stop regular is received.subscription rates. made by all citizens. Rows of palmetto trees on lane and income. Six acres. Three in your selections 'Ve believe we are .

Telephone Numb r ...................... 24 o street, of it in bearing fruit. Five
A panorama your eyes do greet. acres qualified. Just glance through this abre- ,
I FULL RECORD OF BOARD
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1914. Douglas Wier. room bungalow. On proposed viated list, 'twiII assist you some--come .
Baltimore, Md. .
(Continued from page 1) brick highway, near city. Price in, and we will help you with the finishing
A flat
pocketbook at least hold
can
Pine Castle IIoffners'
to Conway, across now $3850.
hairpins. Island EVERS HAS PENUMONIAI touches.
,
was granted providingthe I I
o property owners pay the cost of I -

Have you an empty stocking in fencing, if any. Captain of Pennant Winning Braves
Petition of D. B. House, et al., here- SHOP EARLY
your home? tofore laid over, was taken up and Has Pneumonia at Xew Cooper Atha
o granted and upon motion as per plat York Hotel :
Have you done your Christmas submitted and surveyed by the county

worrying yet? surveyor. 114 South Orange Ave., Ground Floor
of A. S. New York Dec. FOR MOTHER
Report Eldredge, compilerof 10.Johnny Evers, I
o agricultural statistics of the coun- I Phone No. 311
captain of the
Our idea of real work is to be a ty, was received and approved. pennant winning Bos- A Dress Pattern of Gray, 'Vistaria,
county commisisoner.To Adjourned to Wednesday, Decem- ton Braves, is dangerously ill at a
ber 9, 1914. Taupe, or Black Crepe, de Chine, Crepe
o Board met pursuant to adjourn- hotel here, suffering from pneumonia. Subscribe for The Daily Sentinel Meteor, Pussy Willow Taffeta, Peau de "

have even LIVED half a century .m..nt...--.-_ Soie, Taffeta.A .
'. is some victory. Present, M. O. Overstreet, chair- -
man Commissioners Dillard, PAIR OF GLOVES
, 0 ;
Brown, and Starbird.A I A PAIR OF BED ROOM SLIPPERS
. Francis Joseph will live- to cele- sweet'l
delegation from the Elks
I A BOX OF SILK HOSE
brate another Christmas.A and the Board of Trade
A SET OF TABLE LINEN
fore the Board in
o regard to an exchange -
of property. The matter was A NICE HAND BAG
smattering is the foam on the
referred to the following committee: A BOX OF HANDKERCHIEFS
breakers of education.
f Messrs. Overstreet Dillard and Sweet. ART NEEDLE WORK
r o The bonds of Commissioners. O.
f What good will it do us if we do I It Overstreet, Dillard, Sweet, Brown, A BATH ROBE
find I Starbird, Sheriff J. F. Gordon, As-
t out that Mars is inhabited? '
sesor of Taxes Arthur Butt, Tax Collector Modern DwellingLocated
, o W. E. Martin, and Member of SHOP EARLY
: TLe only way to "get there" nowadays Board of Public Instruction William j ,

i is to keep humping along. Edwards, being in lawful form, were :

(I approved.Petition to appoint M. J. Alder- ;, For Father and Son .
f Falling in love is like
having a fever man inspector of marks and brandsof

r -there are so many hot flashes. district No. 15, received. No ac .
f Always appreciate and enjoy the use of
Q tion.On at No. 6 E. Jackson street, near High School
motion the delinquent licenseswere HOUSE SLIPPERS
[ Whichever way you look there's referred to the sheriff with or- DANCING PUMPS
bound to be some good thing to greet der to collect same. building. The lot is 43x75, and the house, which is new FULL DRESS SHOES
f the On motion the chairman was authorized -
1 eye. TIE SOX AND HANDIiERCIIEF SET
to purchase a convict van ,
t 0 and modern, contains large living room, dining room,
under the usual restrictions of the COLLAR BOXES
When congress gets through with
ILINDKEIICIIIEF CASES
the big shovel the United States law.The following reports of county of- kitchen, four bed rooms, bath, and front and rear veran- TRAVELLING SETS

I treasury will look like a raided hen ficers received:
Superintendent roads and bridges, das. The location is in pleasant neighborhood and BELTS, WITH INITIALS
coop. I county physician, superintendent of you JE\\'ELERY, Tie Clasps, Cuff Buttons,
0 county home, sheriff to state, clerkof Collar Buttons Stick Pins
" One thing Orlando may be thankfulfor criminal court, fines, forfeituresand are only ONE BLOCK from business center. This prop- AUTO GLOVES ,

and that is there has been no auto costs, sheriff to county, certifi-

thieves to reckon with here, as in cates roll for of state banks witnesses, polls, licenses, treasurer'sreport pay erty is listed with me exclusively and the price is mod- FANCY VESTS
SILK HOSE, SILK TIES, SILK HAND-
Tampa. to state auditor, and auditor's
.IiERCIIIEFS
erate. Cash terms.
o statement which is as follows: or
General Revenue-On hand, $11- BATH ROBES, SLIPPERS TO MATCH
People really live in Orlando; in
006.52; received, $7,000.01; paid out, SMOKING JACKETS
New York and Chicago they exist
; $1,815.31; balance, $16,191.22. PAJAMA SUITS
and in Europe they enlist. Come to Fines and Forfeitures-On hand,
SWEATER COATS
Orlando. $8,052.71; received $655.18; paid out,
$835.8::;; balance, $7,872.04.
o Roads and Bridges-$2,663.62; received -
Since August 1 the war argumentsand $7,939.71; paid out, $6,521.66; S. Y. WAY SHOP EARLY
discussions would fill all the bal- balance, $4.081.67.Special .
R. and B.-Received, $10-
loons, dirigibles and gas bags on the
489.15; balance, $10,483.15.
globe and fan all the windmills ever General School-On hand, $903.91; FOR DAUGHTER
Insurance and Real
erected. received, $12,212.86; paid out, $4,502.09 .- Estate Agent .
o ; balance, $8,614.71.SubSchoolsOn .
The English censor has opened two hand, $11,275.84; BOUDOIR SLIPPERS
received, $6,557.44; paid out, $4,876.95 .- PHONE 172 GLOVES t
letters of the Prince of Wales. It balance, $12,956.33.
; SETS
COLLAR AND CUFF
would be a good idea to have him Total, All Funds-On hand $33-

come to Florida and open a few of 902.63; received, 44854.36; paid out, HAIR ORNAMENTS
$18,551.86 balance, FANCY GIRDLES
; $60,205.13.Adjournment.
the liquor ads. mailed in a beautifully 1
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SLIPPERS SHOES
decorated Christmas envelope.Poor ,
KIMONAS, BATH ROBES
o FOR RENT-Furnished rooms for
children get some consolation light housekeeping; also rooms for EMBROIDERED OR GUEST TOWELS
lodging, with or without board. This VANITY BAGSFASCINATOR
around Christmas time by looking in
property also for sale cheap. 623 W. SCARVES
store windows and wishin' they had a Church street. 12-11.6t. -
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SILK LENGTH
WAIST
doll or a stuffed dog or a hobby horseor
BOX OF SILK HOSE
air others to .
an gun; manage pass I
the Yuletide by complaining that FANCY NECKLACES r

"they 'et' too blamed much." INITIALED AND EMBROIDERED

FIRE- o Gifts That Endure DRESSING HANDKERCHIEFS JACKET .

There is not a word in the English,

or any other language, that causes I SHOP EARLY

the heart to beat more rapidly and I

painfully than the single word,"Fire."

Awaken one with the word and terror The very air is now becoming charged with the For the Children
grips the soul; the mind is staggeredby

its appalling fearful meaning; the spirit of giving, for Christmas will soon be here. I (Motion perpetual)

benumbed with fear.
senses are
i HAIR RIBBONS
Some day when you have a few min- The choice and is the BOX OF HANDKERCHIEFS
utes drop around and take a look at preferred gift one which endures, .'

Orlando's fire department and the because it suggests the continuity of love and friendship, WINDSOR HOSIERY THAT TIES WILL WEAR :

word will hold an added meaning to I
RIBBON HOLDERS

you. o Such a gift is a watch or piece of jewelry. HOSE SUPPORTERS

BRAVERY- TOILET SETS .
COIN PURSES
Thomas A. Edison's great plantat You will find'at our store everything that would] distin- SACQUES, MITTENS
West Orange, N. J., was swept bya
vigorous fire Wednesday night, virtually guish a first-class jewelry store-gifts of rare value for the lavish i KNITTED CAPS

destroying the entire main spender, and an almost unlimited choice of less expensiveibut I LEATHER BATH ROBES BELTS

plant valued at $7,000,000. Here is charming gifts to suit the limited income. i
a man who has given to the world I

more than any other; his gifts, inven- I SHOP EARLY

-- tions, and discoveries have enlight- We are sure our selections will please you.

ened the human race. He has bet-

tered conditions, he has elevated civ-
ilization, he has raised the social OPEN EVENINGS

standard of the earth.
DICKSONIYES CO.
With the fire raging and eatingthe I

heart out of a half century of i
EV I
work, the white haired inventor stood T. H ANS

E. watching the flames, and these words .

were spoken: .DEr ARTMENT STORE.

"Although I am sixty-seven years
JEWELER ..
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old, I will start all over again tomor-

row. I am pretty well burned out tonight ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SnOPPING PLACE

but tomorrow there will be a Orlando Orange Avenue Florida.o

mobilization here and work will be

begun on clearing out the debris if ..
they are cool enough, and I will go '
.. right to work rebuilding the plan"
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::::::::::::::::::::::1111111111111111111 president was made by Rosa Lj brand, I Ia five Friday, Christmas day. .II.II .IIIII.IIIIII. I
\ \\\ :::::::::::::::::::: huge bouquet of yellow roses, tied We have found the people more

with yellow tulle, being the beautiful than willing to give. I FAVORTE THEATREOpen
bouquet so graciously given.A Te followinhg have already offered !
man's viewpoint of suffrage Tor supplies and their help: Mrs. T. W. I
r women as well as men was heard Mathews, Mr. G. T. Hull Mrs. W. K. I 2 p. nu and 6:30 p. m. I i
LUCERNE TO DAY I Ii next. Hon. W. R O'Xeal bringing Hale Miss Telford, Mrs. Belch.
greetings from the Orlando Men's j These with others have shown much Admission 5 cents !!
Equal Suffrage League. lie said that interest. Only three needy families
the women of Florida had buildcd I have as ;yet been reported.
better than they knew and that the The W. C. T. U. will issue ticketsto .e = al.lc..XH>! lrf.tlnll.11 I"I"I

"WILLIAMS BROTHERS presence of representative men on the read "W. C. T. U. dinner for one." TODAY'S PROGRAM
program was not only doing much for I These will be given out to every I Four-Keels-Four
their own cause but that the advocacy lonely or unfortunate man or boy, Gold SeaL "Lucille Love. The I
In Entire Change of Act! ; of these; men represented a spirit and one for any friend they may second series of "Lucille Love, the
an that would be far reaching not onlyto have. This dinner is for any man or Girl of Mystery." In two parts with
suffrage but to the upbuilding of boy away from home and in need of Grace Cunard and Francis Ford.
the state. friends. I Crystal "It's a Bear." A roaring
There are a number of distin- The business meeting Friday after- comedy.
"THE FINAL IMPULSE, "THE SHERIfF'S MASTER, guished visitors attending the conventions noon was well attended and much I Joker. "The Fatal Letter," with
in addition to thoselio have business attended to. The reports Max Asher Louise Fazenda and Bob
American Reliance. already been mentioned. were very interesting and proved Vernon.
There is Mrs. O'Neal of Orlando that our "white ribboners" are hardat I Do not miss the great serial pic-
the convention bride; Mrs. Pavey, work. Of particular interest was ture.
; whose musical:; education in New t ti the report of Mrs. G. Middlekauf, ,
"CURSED BY HIS BEAUTY i York, London and Paris has made superintendent of prison reform work. THAT GOOD
her singing a source of perpetual delight She spoke of the co-operation of the
.\I at the meetings; Miss ErnestineNoa sheriff and other officers in the work.
KEYSTONE. A GENUINE LAUGH PRODUCER. of Chattanooga, and several oth- We were glad to welcome some of I I
ers. Those nearer home include Mrs. our workers who have been out of the !I GULf GASOLINE
r Thompson president of the Milton city for some time Mrs. Bailey, Miss
? Equal Suffrage League, and Miss Gregory, and many others. Glad to
Carrie Dey secretary of the Milton notice renewed interest in the home
with admission od for the Lucerne Theatre
Coupons given every gt Great association. folks. AND

Automobile Contest. Mrs. J. B. Magruder has charge of
the next meeting. Her topic will be :
W. C. T. U. NOTES "Christian Citizenship." Committeeon UAUTO OILARE

refreshments, Mrs. Tucker, Mrs.

Same Zittle Prices (By Mrs. J. M. Pedrick) Vick, and Mrs. Gore; place parlor of THE BEST FOR YOUR CAR
the Methodist church; time Friday,
December 18th. Everybody welcome.We .

Friday afternoon at a business had expected to have our state Drums for shipping and storage

I. \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\ " " : : : : : ''i : ''i 'l l l '. l. _)_)J_ meeting; were of appointed the W. C. to T. arrange U., committees fora ing president at the with Methodist us on church Sunday, but morn-received tanks kept on hand.
- - T card it wouldbe
free Christmas dinner for lonelymen a Tuesday saying
and boys. The place decided. impossible.All .
ministers have been asked to Oil and Greases to suit
Lubricating
upon was the old postoffice room,
O'NEAL MAKES SPEECH Col. Watkins kindly offering this preach on prohibition December 13th. all cars. Give make of car when you
!)rIauIw room. Drs. Poulson and Stagg have prom-
nrtrtJ! I The committees are as follows: Soliciting ised to do so. Let all our women at- order.

i Well Known Orlando Man Ad- committee, Mrs. A. M. Rattle, tend these-two churches.-
Mrs.\ J. M. Pedrick, Mrs. J. H. Tucker,
-Edited By Miss Eliza Wright -
I dresses First Suffrage Convention and Mrs. J. H. Vick; to locate needy FOR SALE-Two beautiful lots in
Office telephone No. 179. Residence telephone No. 254 at PensacolaSo families, Mrs. Topliff. Mrs. Middle- Colonial' Park, $300 each; also cot- GULF REFINING COI'It .
modern im ,
I kauf, Mrs. Story, Mrs. Mosteller, tage in Concord Park;
WEEKLY SOCIAL CALENDARDec. card attached. Hot chocolate and Does Dr. Safford Mrs. Gore and Mrs. Buckmaster; arrangements provements. Rent pays Owner 8 per, cent.Box P. G. WALTON, Agent
whole investment.
for dinner and to receive on
doughnuts were served by the chair- 634 j Orlando. 12-11-Gt It
Ilth-12th. Pensacola, Fla., Dec. 10.A tremen- donations at building, Mesdames Office Phone 450.
man, Mrs. Geo. Benschbach and her Gould Topliff, A. B. Johnson and Pe Residence Phone 269.
committee. dous amount of interest was manifested drick. Get the news in The Sentinel first.

Thursday At the San Juan in the opening session of the The baskets for families will be

3P.M.-Nullos Friday Club; Mrs. Sylvan Miss Romaine Clark and her mother I first convention of the Florida Equal sent out Christmas eve, Thursday. IIII11 C I I Ii ; III D 111111111111. I t J I "
Dinner for and three to
men boys, R. Rhan >
Suffrage League, which held .
McElroy, hostess.St. was
are again domiciled at the San W. S.
Cecelia's Guild, Episcopal Chapter I Monday\ afternoon, beginning at two-
Juan and
are being welcomed by their _.'"
House.U. thirty o'clock in the auditorium of SUN"W.
D. C. Met YesterdayThe many friends in the city. VENEER
the San Carlos hotel. CORES
Annie Coleman Chapter of the Splendid Address by Mr. O'Neal }'
I Mrs. McDavid said that as Mr. :
U. D. C. met yesterday afternoon News has been received from the $1.25 -
Dobson had mentioned the three flags -- -
with the president. Miss Mary Robinson. Suffrage convention at Pensacola.
day
which had floated
over Pensacola in popularity every
Plans were discussed for the Miss Safford writes that they have Per Strand Up Sold at -gaining
she wanted to mention another which
annual Confederate ball to be givenin been cordially welcomed. There are IT
had waved and then been furled the FIRE-PLACE CHUNKS AND tfiIf4rQUALITY-THAT'S
January which is always one of many prominent people in attendance, '
A Paper
flag of the beloved Confederacy, and OAK WOOD We also handle a full line of
the most brilliant social events of the and the "cause" is growing in popu- Wall Paper ;
the one that now waved over a great +e ,_ Hangers' Supplies. 20OO.Rolls
winter season. The committees were larity. Several men are on the pro- Orlando Wood YardB.
nation, the Stars and Stripes. But to go at cost price. J
appointed and after the holiday fes- gram, among.them being Hon. W. P.
added to these was a sixth that stood W. Kingsley, Proprietor
tivities are over the date for the ball O'Neal, who delivered a splendid ad- for political equality hearing upon it PINE STREET AND R. R. ORLANDO! PAINT AND Mil PAPER CO. i i2O5
will be announced. dress. Miss Safford's address as state Telephone 344
the legend, "votes for women," and I So. Orange Avc.
i president was highly complimentedby 9-30 TheSignoftheSun Phone 261
Rosalind Club Dance that this would never be furled. I I Hfr*
The Rosalind Club dance last even- the Pensacola Journal, as being Dr. Safford's response was that of :--

ing was an unusually delightful affair that of a true Southern gentlewomanof .the Southern gentlewoman who has ;. --- -- --- r

the dancers now being more familiar the highest culture who has inter- I interested herself in the great topicsof 1
ested herself in the cause of woman
with the new steps and could
the present day and one could not
indulge in them with keen enjoyment.Mrs. and all humankind. Orlando shouldbe but be impressed by her quiet dig- FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL
I proud to have had two such _
Harriet Miller was assisted in very nity, her logical talk, her beautifully

serving by Mrs. Gedge Mrs. Fuller, distinguished speakers on the pro- modulated voice which carried con-

Mrs. DeWitt Miller and Miss Mollie gram. viction in every note, the patrician Established 1886

Ray. The cheery log fire added to the Here From WilmingtonMrs. features and the soft white hair

attractiveness of the ball room on Floyd Rogers, of Wilmington, which framed a face glowing with

such a chilly evening. Roses and N. C., who was formerly Miss Irma kindness and compassion for all the

fr jesamine adorned the mantel, and Lewter, of this city, is visiting her world. CURTIS & O'NEAL

were twined around the punch table. parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Lewter, Miss Safford said that Mr. Dobson

Sandwiches, cakes and coffee were on North Orange avenue. I and Mrs. :McDavid had spoken of the

served. six flags which had floated over the INSURANCE
Senior German Class Rosalind Club Notice ancient city of Pensacola that the LOANS

The senior German class of the The monthly business meeting of last, the banner of suffrage, was the

high school had a "dutch" supper last the Rosalind Club will be held on greatest because it represented the hAL ESTATE RENTALSFOR

evening in the school building, with Monday afternoon, December 14th, at colors of a movement that not only
their teacher Miss Harris hostess stand for the betterment of womanhood -
as threethirty.Eloise .
but for humankind. She spokeof
after which she read them some Ger- Robinson, secretary. 11-3te the cordial welcome which she had
man stories. received and said that it was almost
impossible to believe there
Epworth League DEATH OF R. J. BEATTY were any
anti-suffragists in Pensacola, so unan-
The Epworth Leaguers of the Methodist -
imously did they seem to voice their
church enjoyed a social eveningon Well Known Former Winter Resident approval of the convention and so RENT---Bungalo 5 Rooms Furnished, South Main

Thursday, the early part of the Died Last Tuesday at Cordial were they personally.:
The presentation of flowers to the Street.
evening being spent in guessing contest Columbus Ohio
---
which was one which asked the

motto, the emblem, the flower, when The sad rtws: has been received in OSTEOPATHYDR. Seven Room House, South Orlando.

o and where organized, and other ques- Orlando of the death in Columbus, '-

tions about the league which was Ohio Tuesday morning of :Mr.: Rob-

very instructive as well as entertain- ert J. Beatty, brother of Mrs. J. C. J. C .IIOWELL Two New Five Room Houses, South West Orlando.

ing. Several other contests were given Patterson, of this city. :Mr. Beattyis Hours, 10-12 3-5 and by appointment

after which a Christmas box was well known in Orlando, having No extra charge tor house treatment

packed for the orphans at Enterprise.Each spent several winters with Mr. and Except Night Calls.Telephone -
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child will receive an individual Mrs. J. C. Patterson at their homeon connections ------

gift with his or her name on a pretty Lucerne Circle. Office cor. Orange and Central] Are. II II D 1I11II1 D III I1111II III II II II I I ; e III J D 1II1III111I Q It II J II :II I II III .

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Moacl 80 rolling stock, mostly six cylinder automobiles

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FOR RENT-To desirable people,
I well furnished suite, bed room and uIllber9, Lai:11s and S11il1.g.lesORLA
SENTINELWANT sitting room with private lavatory.Also .
single rooms, and a garage.
Splendid location. No. 9 E. Washington -
St. 11-29-lmc:
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FOR RENT-Suite of rooms now occupied -
by Dr. Christ. Long term
tenants only desired. Jno. M. Cheney.
11-13-tfc
The Morning Sentinel Want
Directory is the Greatest Want FOR RENT-Large, attractive room. SI DO
Ad Medium in Orlando. Inquire No. West Washington St. ti
11-8-tfc
Terms Cash in Advance.
FOR RENT-Beautiful dwelling with
RATES garage; elegantly furnished; on
For One Day ______________tat; Lake Lucerne. Jas. A. Knox. Cement Plaster and Perfection Lime
For Three Days ____________50c 8-27-tf Royal Agatite
For Six Days _______________73c; -------
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DON'T PASS THIS BUY For One Month $2.50 I FOR RENT-Small flat, modern con-
This rate applies on all ads of veniences, unfurnished. Jas. A.
25 words or less. If the ad con- Knox. 11-3-tf
tains more than 25 words the rate CONDENSED REPORT OF THE
WHAT? will be one cent per word for FOR REXT-Large convenient rooms i
each additional word, for each in- for light housekeeping. Also pleas- !

Well to be brief we have sertion.If you. can't bring your ad to ant floor.sunshine Private front family bed room and on modern first ORLANDO BANK & TRUST CO.
No. Ac-
the office telephone 24. conveniences. 315 West Central. .
counts opened by telephone will be 11-24-tfc.

3 CITY HOMES[ payable the following day. At close of Business Dec. 4, 1911, in conpliance"ilh Chapter 6427 "

Every Home-Every Business- FOR RENT-Apartment of four nice- Laws of Florida.
Every Man has use for a ly furnished: rooms; gas, separate "
that we offer at popular Sentinel Want Ad. bath, new house; adults only. 604
:Magnolia avenue. 11-10-tf- RESOURCES LIABIIITIES
prices that should interestall

who have a buying thoughtin FOR SALE WANTED Loans and Discounts ______$406,273.11 Capital Stock ______________$100,000.00

their head at this time. WANTED-Return portion of ticketto Overdrafts ---------------- 1,008.51 Surplus ___________________ 30,000.00
FOR SALE-Good horse and buggy; New York, Philadelphia or Bos- and Stocks
Call in. We will gladly fur- cheap. 208 East Robinson avenue. ton via New York. Ladies' ticket Bonds -------- 26,066.53 Undivided Net Earnings____ 4,631.63Deposits
12-8-Gt only. P. O. Box 207. 12-9-12t Real Estate, Furniture and
nish detailed information.Ask 447,850.20
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Fixtures_ ____________ to,61 t.41
FOR SALE OR TRADE-One No. 5 WANTED-Ladders for house Bills
paint- Payable 70,500.00
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Cash and due from banks ___
us to day. Oliver typewriter, with splendid ing. Address P. O. Box %1. 179,019.27
leather case. Machine in excellent 72-10-3t:
condition, used but very little. Call $652,981.83 $652,981.83GEO. ,
O ORLANDO BUILDINGS LAND D CO between 12 o'clock noon and 2 p. m.
,, for terms. Inquire at Sentinel office. \'ANTED-Four or five unfurnishedrooms E. NOWLAX, Cashier.
I 11-28-tI cottage, no bungalow, with
i II North Orange AvenuePHONE all improvements; man and wife;very J
lowest price. Address "Wanted,"
f FOR SALE-Ten acres fine orange Sentinel office. 12-10-31*
608 land; about 3 acres cleared; 3-4 of 111011111111 Q I' lilt.
I :i mile south of Gill's store and 1-2 I
: OPPOSITE SAN JUAN HOTEL ROOMS FOR RENT .
mile east of Lake Conway, on terminal -I
r of proposed brick road. Ad-

c dress Anna II. Piatt, R. R. No. 1, Box NICE, LARGE FURNISHED ROOM,
r FRED B. DALEC. 43, Orlando. 11-2 tlm.FOR to adults only. 409 Delaney street. II SUB.TROPICAL EXPOSITIONMID
H. BRYANT 10-25-tf
t, DAVIS GILES. Counsel'
SALE-Nice, comfortable home
! F. A. PEPPERCORN Contractor for small family; grapefruit, guava FURNISHED SLEEPING ROOMS WINTER
r and light housekeeping rooms -
and orange trees; six squares of post- ;
office. Apply to W. D. West 510 close in; all conveniences. 305: North .
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[ I Business Directory.;i. FOR 11-18-1mo.SALE-Five room house, one LOOK-City! lot and 10 Buick; $233: OEL.. T :D ., FL..8.. .. I

For mile fiom court house, $wO. One
each. W. R. Higgins, Orlando and
Liberty Brush automobile, $75. Inquire
-
t BUSY MEN.\ street.Shoe Hospital, 8 East 11-17-1mo.Church Chuluota. 12-6-12tc FEB. 9-13 1915

NOTICE-I will not be responsiblefor ,
i any debts contracted by my
SHOE HOSPITAL FOR SALE-One seven passenger, wife, Marian Aker, from this date,
Bouton Brothers corner Church six cylinder automobile, 1 year old, Dec. 5, 1914. C. AKER.
and Orange avenue. Shoes repaired first class condition. Don't answer 12-6-6t EDUCATIONALEmbracingAgriculture
I" while you wait. Best rubber heels, unless interested. Address Bargain,
40 cents. Best English tan leather. care of Sentinel. 11-14-tf IF MONEY IS ANY OBJECT to
J Phone 487. 11-15-lmo you, come to II. Kanner's New York Horticulture, Floriculture, Domestic

, FOR SALE-Cabbage Plants,Charleston Bargain Store. We will sell new Arts and Crafts with exhibits of Stock and
Hogs Poultry
Up to date painting, papering, etc., Wakefield, $1.00 thousand. goods for the holidays at sacrifive ,

t is the kind you want. Where to get Frank Phillips, Pine Castle.per prices. 12-5-23t and the products of South Florida. Racing, Polo, Sports
'. it? That's easy, phone 636. W. T. lO-28-tf
Entrican. 1-20-tf THE WILLOLA HOTEL, 406 South AreoplansLectures and Entertainments of all kindsFor
t Orange avenue, is now open. Beau-
FOR SALE-Fine cypress fence posts. tiful location near Lake Lucerne.
Inquire of Frank Phillips, Pine Cas-
Home cooking. Spacious veranda.
f Eat all you want. tle.
f Eat what you want. 9-18-tf Mrs. W. T. Walker. 11-19-lmoc
t Take a postscript and forget it. information or premium list, address
1 For sale by all druggists. FOR SALE-Forty acres of fine BLASTING, Subsoiling and Dynamiting -
f 17d&iwlyrChristmas hammock land; eight in grove; the of all kinds done on short no- \V''M. R. O'NEAL Sec'y H. H. DICKSON Pres't"IIIIIIIIIIIIII'I.
present crop of oranges will be from I tice. A full stock of dynamite; in ,
--- -- --- ---- 750 to 1.000 boxes; 500 trees all told, I magazine at all times. See L. N.
ready for sEtting-10 acres in lake, Lewis, 406 S. East street, Orlando.
r and New one and quarter miles from Apopka. 11-13-lmo tllllllllllll"ICI'lllllle.tI5'1111111' IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'
Price, Address
$5,000. W. IL, Box -----
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LOST AND FOUND
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Year Holiday i For Sale ..

I 30 Acres, citrus and vegetable land, LOST-A pair of tortoise shell glasses -
Cheap Excursion FaresVia 20 fenced, 10 cleared, crop on it now, with large case. Reward will
ready for planting trees this winter be paid for return to Fred B. Dale. tne J'
and crop next spring; near school and Phone 376. 12-10-tfc ?ur :
the church; half mile of railroad station; I
t, good neighborhood; four miles from Lost-Lady's pocket book, plain
Atlantic Coast Line court house. Special price if taken in leather, between Laubach's and the
next CO days. Box 4, Orlando. grammary school. Contains lady's
10-25-tf gold watch, bills and silver. Returnto We have received a car of Foster Bros' famous
Col. T. J. Watkins' office. Mrs. .
Standard Railroad of the South \\. R. Yates. 12-6-6t
FOR SALE *
Narsery stocK, one, two, three and

Tickets will be on sale by the At- four Pineapple year, Java old ,buds Homosassa; Foster, Washington Early-, LOST-Small in bills and some purse small, containing change. Return $21:: yke Iron I Beds

lantic Coast Line to all points Navel. Address Mrs. M.Kahle, to John F. King, 11 W. Concord
South of the Ohio and Potomac and Apopka Fla. Phone 2222. 3-lS-tf avenue, and receive reward.
East of the Mississipip Rivers, including i 12-10-3t
Washington, Cincinnati, Evansville i ---- that will with the finish
and Cairo, for all trains' Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand's I LOST-White violet pin, set with There is nothing compare ,

December 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 21, 24, Coal Yard, phone 506. 9-31-tf pearls. Reward if returned to that Foster Beds and OUR PRICES for these
25, and :31, and January 1, limited returning FOR RENT Hammond & Bunch's store. 12-2-tf are on .

points in January the Northwest 6th; and and to South-many BUYERS AND SELLERS i I' beds are far less than others charge for the same-

west on December 19th to 24th, inclusive FOR RENT-At 103 Liberty street,
and 29th to 31st, limited returning 6 room cottage; close in. Inquireat I buy, sell rent, and exchange real style bed that has nothing near the finish. We would.
January 18. Also to Key Lord & Bradshaw's real estate estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla.
West and Havana, Dec. 17, 20, 24 office. 12-9-6tc over 30 years. Have handled over, like you to call and see this line; nothing like it in
and 27, with limit January 3, 1915. $20,000,000. Call and see me.
For further particulars, schedules! FOR REr--r-Two pleasant furnishedrooms 10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER. the
reservations, etc., apply to Ticket with board; private family.
Agents, Atlantic Coast Line, or ad- 205 East Robinson avenue. 19-9-3t Don't wait for every one In town to city.We
dressJ. have Entrican, the painter, before
FOR RENT-New furnished house; you try. Am too busy to look you give with all cash sales. I
G. KIRKLAND, D. P. A., all improvements; ground floor. up. Phone 636, and I will be on the coupons
Tampa, Florida.JEWELER. Also 2 light housekeeping rooms. 211 Jb- 1-20-tf .. ,,
Jackson street. 12-8-6t


FOR RENT-Large pleasant fur-
nished rooms, with private family; IDEALCHRISTMAS

.Pill snl t. ,I' close 12-C-lwk in. 302 North Orange avenue. GIFTSare i II Kincaid SnowdenI


If FOR RENT-All or part of furnished,
comfortable, homelike, old fashioned I
I 5 room cottage. Phone care
I 67, 71? South Division street. Low Priced Furniture House.
ll-6-6t fancy wood bottom I

EXPERT WATCH MAKERI FOR RENT Rooms, with or without Serving Trays Cor. Main and Pine Sts. Orlando, Florida

board; also rooms for light housekeeping -
make a specialty of Fine ; several apartments from 1 ,
Watch, Clock and Jewelery Repairing to4 rooms, each at very reasonable |May;: be seen at :
; Diamond Setting,Ring prices. Inquire of F. L. Anderson, I

and Spectacle Repairing. 12-6-tf 112 West Church street. Phone 459. 1210 I N. Orange Ave. Dr. F. F. Thompson
>
Bring me repairs others have GORDON'S; !CARRIAGE E _, :
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failed to do, and I will repair FOR RENT-12 room boarding house, DENTIST
them satisfactorily or no charge. almost new; 9 good bed rooms, elec- I orPhone "" -,.;;..
reasonable. "
Hy prices are -ANDi '
tric lights and bath; $35 month.
per 115 S. Orange Ave., over Curtis &
F. L. Anderson, office 112 W. Church
street. Phone 459. 656 O'Neal's Store

CHAS. VATER 12-6-tf I BAGGAGE TRANSFER. OR. L. H. RAMSDELL Hours 8.30 a.m. to 5.30 p.m.
FOR RENT i
-seven: room house; wa- and a sample will be takento OPTOMETRIST
ter, gas, electric lights, bath, etc.; Wednesday and Saturdays till 8 p.m
JEWELEREast barn, stable chicken house; lot 100 by ycu for your inspection j L. T. HARRELL, Prop. (Successor to Dr. G. F. Laklu./ n-6-tf hEat ;
:00 feet. Apply at 735 North Orange I and order. ORLANDO, FLORIDAWE I
Tine Street, at Young's avenue. 10-31-tf Piano and Furniture what "
FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES you want.
--
Repair Shop FOR RENT MADE IN II Sat all you want. I
11-4-d&w-lm ?1)5 East Pine-Nicely street.furnished rooms.I ORLANDO Moving a Specialty AND DO ALL KINDS OF Take a postscript and forget it.
i, For sale by all druggists. ..' I
1266tc. SE. Church St. PHONE 487 OTICAL REPAIRING i
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IN THE WORLD OF LABOR '
ten in Doubt: About a,,
ALLENS" ,
"GET IT AT
1. Half of the industrial capital in ?

.i. i lumbering British Columbia and woodworking is invested business in the; Christmas_ :Present. Buy a. Book_

hall the pay roll of the province is Everybody likes books ard cvr ] ire iso
derived from the forests.
large and varied that, whatever the literary -
Ik -
tie : There are about 17,000 men now tastes of your friends may te .; we can

,t i engaged in construction work on the furnish a book they will enjoy. We will
1! dual system subway and elevated .
. 1, railroad contracts in New York city. wrap them ready fcr tailing ar.d enclose a

-- greeting card if cesirtd.W. .
Unoin barbers in St. Paul are rejoicing -
v
[ over the vigorous enforcementof S. BRANCH
the law for their ,
I Sunday closing
I ) craft which the police authorities The Arcade nook and Music Store

e 1 1t have inaugurated.

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There are now minimum wage lawsin

I nine states, California, Colorado, The arl at
Massachusetts, Minnesota, Nebraska,

Oregon, Utah, Washington and Wis OF CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY

: consin. OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
--0-
Suggestionsfrom
The number of persons engaged in FRESH AND SALT MEATS to

the manufacture of earthenware, china Kept under the best sanitary conditions.Everything .

and porcelain in England and i screened away from the (lion, and kept fret

Wales in 1911 was 69,863.0 and pure.

We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. W, have
Our Machinists have signed '
Catalog i onejearap'"emeit
: everything in the Meat Line.
with the Um..clet: : l

$16.25O Seal company: of Boston, which p,o H. jVJ. Self & Co.
Sipe Cold Filled \ ? vides for an eight hour day and a
I Iu.it:ng Case O Size$Gold Fuled minimum wage rate of $1.50.0 t PHONE NO. 80 PINE SJREET
Guarantee d20FdYwn a Face Case .
Open -
Foejr! Jew! !
--'- .. Guaranteed 20 Year New York
:a'h:m ovemcat Private dressmakers in
Finely Jeweled ElcmVaItham or
h' 3C
\ Movement city are working out the new demands -
No. 303 9 w'r to be submitted to the bosses. r.

The agreements are to be submittedto

the employers shortly.0 .
I ET ME BEAUTIFY YOUR GROUNDS

2' \ is three years and a half since WHETHER A COUNTRY ESTATEOR
the boilermakers of Jackson, Miss.,

went on strike against piecework,and A SMALL Cll Y LOT
sroo ; a2sl c'60% $11.00 that time not memberof
Cold Shell. 'so s ; Sold Gold No 8070 during a single
?% Q.: Enghsh Finish Hand Engraved the local union has become a back-
K Fmr ? Genuine Pink Cameo
\I'. I to. PRINTS DETAILED FLAMING INSTRUCTIONS
.. Pendant Attachment and slider. BLUE AND -
20
;\ ., ,. Patent Safety duh
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AT REASOIVABIL tP.ICIS;
the thirty-fourth annual conven-
11 SO No 05'3-J
Scarf Pin and Link Set $17 I .CO 12 Size 14 K Cold Filled No. W8 tion of the American Federation of
add Filled En2Uh Finish Open face Case Guaranteed 25 Yean Labor Samuel' Gompers will probablybe
Finely Jeweled Elgin orX continued in the estimation of F.
Wallhara Movement Werner Nehrlin
trades: union workers by another elec-

tion. .
$3 50 No *OS4 --0-- LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT
857s No 8072 Solid Cold. English Finish I II
Sohd Fine Gold. English Fma, Fine human Pearls Organized labor of New York is I -AND-..
/ Patent Amethyst Doublet vigorously protesting against cata-
Safety Catch CONSULTING HORTICULTURISTIf
logeuing employes by the means of
the Bertillon finger print system for contemplate: planting a citrus groveit
'
$8.00: No 7933 1 t $1200Genuine the use of industrial insurance com- I will pay;jou to get my aoMcc.
Solid Gold. ," Fine White
English Finish Diamond panies. Local for BUCKEYE NURSERIES
Ccnwne Pink Coral Cameo $9 SO No 7936 \ In 14 K Tiffany Mountm. -oIn Agent
Solid Gold No. 37 Paris, France, the unemployedare Tampa, Fla
38
English FimshReconstructed
assistance of 1 franc 50
Ruby receiving
\ $2000Genuine Fine WhiteDiamond And Rose.Diamonds $2500Cerraine Fine \Vtite centimes ((30 cents) daily, with '0 cen- Office Above PEOPLES NATIONAL RANK

\ Diamond times ((10 cents) extra for each child.
In 14 K Tiffany Mounting In 14 K Tiffany Mounting; PHONE 570 n-io-tl
No. 33 N?_41 This is costing the city 9,000,000
j ww wrw -
$50.00 IT IS FREE MAIL ORDERS + francs monthly. !r r0
Ceouine: Fine White Send for our nevr illus- AnT article pictured here $75.00 J
Jti.i kDiamond 14 K Tiffaitr Mntu-trated Catalog. It contains. or in our Catalog forwarded -. CeRUIn';Diamo..d Fine \V1;te National and state administrations ',
N"t. b e latest. prrr-Iuctions In express prepaid''" 14 K Till' 102 ounti. of labor in Australia not only prom- .. .
JEWELRY. We will have on r : o'J6 q
price. !
pleasure in sending it. Delivery guaranteed. ise but practicalyl apply their Socialistic !
program to pull the teeth of I j
THE CHASE & CO
profit-mongering interests and to ben-

ALLEN & COMPANYORLANDO efit the masses --0-of the people.It ;' PACKING HOUSE AT [ORLANDOIs

has been estimated that
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duringthe
modern, fully equipped with the best up-to-
present year 1,248,000 factory date machinery, and gives the citrus grower the
hands in Russia have already partic-
PROPER PACKINGFIRST !
JEWELERS FLA.ORLANDO'S ipated in strikes, in addition to 215-
,.All 'iJ
000 others who
in
are employed establishments -i
I HIGHEST PILICL'which :
not under the factoryact.
I| however, would not accomplish the end desiredby
i the grower, if he did not also have available the services -

More than 1,000 delegates from all
sections of the country, representingevery ,. ofTHE
) CHASE & CO
department of organized labor, i|
will assemble at Philadelphia No-;
on i
i SALES AND DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM
vember 9 to attend the thirty-fourth
conversion of the American Federa- which, with selling forces thoroughly organized, experienced -
Hotel Astor tion of Labor. competent and reliable.

GIVES THE GROWER

According to a law passed in 1908, i I HIGHEST AVERAGE NET RESULTS

German women and girls may not be ',
employed between 8 o'clock in the j CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED
NEWEST HOTEL. evening and 6 in the morning, while i GROWERS' MARKETING AGENTS

on Saturdays and days before legal
CHASE & COMPANYMain
t holidays they must be released at

5 p. m. Office, Jacksonville Florida

-oIn 9-30-d&w A. R. BOGUE, Agent, Orlando, Ra.
Switzerland there is division of

.. jurisdiction between the federal factory I
Is open for inspection and we will cordially welcome you at a inspectors and the cantonal inspectors -

while the enforcement of q---T---1 e .
the law is entirely in the hands of I r "
the local police and the cantonal au

thorities. Hammond &Qore

emPlo-f;: : t .
Certain Oakland, Cal.! ,
HOUSEWARMING who are opposing the proposed eight I. 'FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EUBALMERS.lk I

hour law threaten, in the event thatit

is carried, to work for the passageof < REAL VALUES LOW PRICES
a minimum wage law for men and

stipulate that the minimum wage COMPARE ,

Friday evening_ December 11, from to 9 o'clock. A musical program has been arranged, and should not exceed $2.50 per day.
OUR FURNITUREWe
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light refreshments will be served. The Commonwealth Club has invited 1 1

the San Francisco Labor Coun- provide the quality of furniture that has long I

cil to send three representatives eachto been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the
a conference on unemployment to standard of merit. If an article is here it is good.It .
be held for the purpose of devising 'oul D't'be here were it otherwise. We can't make
S ways and means for caring for the this point too clear-it is one of the foundation stones

COME AND BRING YOUR FRIENDS. unemployed coming winter.in San Francisco duringthe 1 of-this-business-- and that-means-- -much to any- buyer.. I '!


I McNEHl & DAVIS BLOCK, il ilji
The German branch of the White
Rat Actors' Union is waging a fight Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St., Orlando Fla. '

J against theatrical agencies who are 6" :

supplying managers with non-union ..,. -J
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A. B. VANCE H. H. HUNDLEY, labor at less than the minimum scale f at 'j i

which the organization has been
successful -
Manager. Assitant Manager
in establishing in places v;here Advertise in The Sentinelf ;

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BE PROGRESSIVE BE ALERT Personal Items all the way through. Did you ever house and asked for something to eat,
I I happen to think of that danger? Pe- giving the usual hard luck story. As

Don't sit idly wishing you had a From Taft Fla.Taft titions should be circulated and signedby the family had just finished supper 't
I tenant for that spare room which has everybody as soon as possible and
the man was placed at a table and his
been idle so long. How can you ex I sent to President Wilson or Secretary
pect it to be occupied if you do not Fla., Dec. 9.-Mrs. A. J. Rich- Bryan asking them to have New wants attended to. After eating

tr let the public know that you have it. ardson, Mrs. Herbert Trice, and C. A. Year's day put over until Saturday. enough for three ordinary men, in
I
Your furnished room sign might se- Tompkins were in Orlando Wednes- complete silence, the visitor heaved a

Delicious Fruit cure a desirable roomer for you, but day spending their last summer'swages. NOTHING TO COMPLAIN ABOUTA I mighty sigh, pushed back his chair
The Mango is Tropical '
a that in
more likely same sign your and exclaimed: "There I have noth-
Tb mango is one of the most popwartropk.t There are all wrta and varieties of man.fruitsialuanousand "" ., window will be the means of driving Mrs. A. E. Boyce and daughter ing to complain of."
It be but the beet and must popular are Dldgoba well known Orlando man tells a
appelutng. may Gordon,Lagtaor a desirable partymostfirst May, armed last week to enjoy the t.
,f diced like peuhes (or tdrealfa t or des.et. Iladen.Cumbndiana. Rajpury. sod away many story ilustrating the nonchalance of
the pulp be.euoped ailh a stwoa Iram Benaru.Tutalari. 1'a5erd. Bennett 1it business and winter with her husband in their
may class men new
Palm Kurer es catalog for young Who is and
: decorator
eatenha. Royal painter
the trater.leavioR the s a u one dots in some of the "unfortunates" who are your ?
fag gra!><"fluit. Mangos ale also used for pIC110"ready for distribution kinds.describes 110 leas women will not live in a place that cottage on Fourth street. {If you are satisfied keep the one you
,Chutney tad pickles. than twenty.lour ditfelent constantly drifting around this; city.
serves marmalades has the "boarding" sign hanging out. Major A. M. Bristol J. A. Simms, I have; if not phone W. T Entrican,
A Customer Says Reascaer Dro&ers' Flats jsd Packing; Deserve First Prize Rent your room in a strictly busi- S. S. Bowman and Lyman Bowmanwere One evening a tramp called at his Ne. 6S6. l-20-tf \

ACaiforniaclentwrites-nioa A particularly important feature small classified ad. transacting business at the
For npwanl of thirty jrrar ness manner-a -----
Ket "DCr Broths ba*|?n' building for packing and also forJj.nt h<.r\ioe I. p.'rtment. In in The Sentinel will do the trick. county seat Thursday.Mr.
their best Jurt in up prize Reason
labor
2 frowmsuehstrongaadheahhy thirty. : A. of Keene N.
ageueralnur-drybudu Wells Valley i
,.' lr tbers'' -la
t Snolherbuyer.inNew "r :egaratr
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I. and bracing template tropi.J ll fruit semi-tropical tr"S and v. 14 even morn""tbusiutilt, re. .f free and pi.ir.tluowMiee. Y., arrived in town last week to spend MY OBJECT
Ill.-ii i at the
n"S i : t iit thelast now MUST HAVE THE SENTINEL
all\ oO'ILof .r"r'
:, plant; __ al dh..r customerstbrojg' the winter in Florida. lie is the
t ;-lm tncLu.wh.naarta di-:>< v
b"'b'Sfern
tals as w-1\t-\. palms; ..,. the Sere i Departm. -
.vi.- ..I ulba 1 bested ( J. s -l a I 'I 'r""al:"
the* G.i: C','a-t country., 1 I'. Il...!'iur!'u. .'':el't". i 1- u-g! most The CCTTII Palm guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Estes, on
here ever ilm. ti"C'-nd:".<'n Pat.ajl"3 a;wh atbe b..;from Cat a'.og.. : c.ntta. .it seventeent and Robert Bellamy, of Sandoval III., Palm avenue. TICKLE THE PUBLICSWATCH
"f in ling au-
Is ideal h.- r.-uit cf t'j ifpaio&talunff y '':j amv.J. 1 as cares:1 1 pacechapd rs r< i
ar.dintsIligettrrginsured ILe good caadithenticrofnreatu.n.avaluabieyour writes The Sentinel: "We can't get Airs. C. A. Tompkins is on the sick
work rrfleai- 'i c a of the plant*; and:ion tot be kl 1 brary of every
all from i* cetutes! satisfied la et h o A of rowing; equally farmer and f r crower. tot along without The Sentinel. I missedit list again. Dr. Filbert is attending
customer all over tbe world. ....urcd their quaLty"* free copy of this tookwrite to last week and I must have it. her. At present writing she is slowly PALATE

REASONER BROS., 198 Benedict Ave., Oneco, Florida Check enclosed." Even in Illinois improving.Rev. ;

they miss Florida's best inland newspaper Dr. Carmine district superintendent -

and must have it. preached a \ery interesting i i THIS SPACE .

sermon at the M. E. chapel last Fri- iI i ii I .
day evening to a large and appreciative -I I!
i I Ir congregation.J. j l-i :

D. Miller took the train last j
I
Thursday for Kissimmee Tampa and ,
r WHY EXPERIMENT? other points on business.

At the regular election of officersof I

the G. A. R. Post No. 37, last

Thursday R. K. Harriman was elect

A Box of REAL Good Cig.ars is What Every Man Wants. ed commander for the ensuing year; 7 ;
also all other officers weree lected. ,

t We Have Packed in Attractive Christmas They will be installed on Thursday, .

Boxes Our Famous Brands. January 7th.
;i Mrs. Lessie Ahik and son, Leslie, BUYERS TO SHARE IN PROFITS '
of Sanford are guests of Mr. and LOWER PRICES ON FORD CARS
( Mrs. W. G. Sphaler on Pine street. '
"-UCER T CJE.CLET: ; Harry Wotring and Rolla Pifer arrived Effective from August 1, 1911 to August
in town last week from Michi- 1,1913; and guaranteed against any reduction

AND I gan. They are settled in the Corwin during that time:
(I cottage.
i Recent guests registering at the Touring Car $555.00Runabout

HiTIEA7]: SOT..TTE3: Nelson House were Rev. R. A. Carmine 505.00F.
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DeLand; II. J. Farrell and M. O. B. Orlando. All tart fully .ql1 pp....
I!J. Fink, New York city; R. A. Wood-
ruff, Ann Arbor Mich. J. J. Rod-I I Further we will be able to obtain the mai'aum ttfirirmtfin .
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No Experiment When You Buy These Brands; Which are our factory production and the minimum coat in .r .
man, Akron 0.; W. A. Mitchell and purchasing and ales departments if w. r-ach an .ut.gut .f

On Sale at Your Dealers at The Regular Retail wife, Racine Wis.; Albert Hutchins I I 300.000 Ind should cars we between reach., the this above production date we agree t. pay as .
Sacramento Cal.
John A.
Snyder
; the buyer's share from $4' to U' per car (on .r about
Prices-No Advance For the Christmas Toledo 0.; M. I:. Norton, Rochester AHK-att: 1.1915) to every retail buyer.,who purchaaea a now
N. Y., and R. T. Fowler, Auburn, Me. Ford car between August 1. lilt and August. 1. 1J1S.
Packages. Ask the Man Who Smokes. Arrangements are being made for For farther particulars regarding these low prices and profttharinc -,
p'aa. sea
Christmas exercises and a tree at
the chapel Christmas eve. F. G. RUSH,
CURRY & SMITH CIGAR COMPANY
We notice that the calendars! and Phone 226

Manufacturers of "THS SMOKE OF SATISFACTION" almanacs are all arranged to have the
:year 1915 commence on Friday which
probably will give us an unlucky year

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DOLLS AND TOYS






NOW ON DISPLAY =




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


.i, \1' Make your selections now, and let us keep them until l Xmas Eve. .


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SPHOPNHUTS AT iljil J Wnnn

ILH1Mallll I- I

L S IVEedilallic al Toys j DESKS, TABLES, CHAIRS,




25c to $10.00 ART! ll fltS 1llOY S Beds, Kitchen SWINGS Cabinets, TRUNKS., Tea Sets, '



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


.. l Racing Autos, Trains, All-Wood Dolls-- 'lyunbreak- Paints, and numerous others.



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


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

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

Celluloid Babies lOc to $1.00 ._


Baby Blossom $1.00 ,

WHEEL GOODS OF ALL KINDS

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

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


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




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Most Wonderful ROOFGARllENTHEATRE I E Big Suit and Coat I

Values TO-NIGHT -' Sale .j
First Show 7 P. M. ;
ever placed before the pur- A- I opporchasing -- :
public. UNIVERSAL tunity of buying the new .
that om"ANIMATED WEEKLY." smart beautiful models at
An event every
tremendous reduction.Our .
a
an in Orlando I and vicinitywill ;
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REX DRAMA TWO REELS wonderful prices will
herald with joy. The Chorus Girls Thanksgiving." speak for themselves. We
only ask an opportunity to
All Trimmed and STERLING COMEDY prove that our values can-
"A BEAR ESCAPE. not be compared. :.
Untrimmed H a. .

. II ;. Pay a visit to our Soda Fountain and Luchconctle. Come Early,Avoid the Rush
Admission Free until 6.30
p.m.
HALF PRICE Admission,Nights,Children,5c.,Adults,lOc and Get You Choice :



Big Sacrifice Of rIillinery ,:


ALL THIS \MEEK = -

Your Choice of any Hat in the Store -- Trimmed and Untrimmed, at just
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:Ealf: Frice .
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This sale means every hat in the store, some beautiful French models, other handsome

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

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


All 1 Hat Trimmings in this Sale at HALF PRICE




The owell-Duclworth Coo


Orlando's Largest Store, "Quality Did It." I


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"DEAD" NATIONAL LEAGUE ,
MEETING


Most Disappointing Magnate Meeting I
in Years-Not Much
Business Done I
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New York, Dec. 10.-The National i

J'r League dub owners adjourned their (
annual four day meeting here today. j .
The meeting was the deadest, most ',
Direction and Management .
generally disappointing that the mag-i I =
p nates have held in all the years they j .
E The officers and Directors of this ..
,.
have been meeting. The net result !II nir i
Bank are well known for their experience I of the four days may be summed up : (1 J
and business standing. They in one sentence. The clubs will be '! .
give their personal attention to the limited to 21 players apiece between | i
May 1 and September 1, and no club i i ,
affairs of the bank and personally passon :
may go to training quarters before f
all loans and investments.The March 1. :

business of this bank is confinedto The magnates at today's meetingdid

strictly sound, legitimate enterprises.In not pass the new waiver rule de- ':
safeguarding the best interests of manded by the weaker clubs. The : BURGLARS

the stockholders they are also giving I rule provides that once waivers have
been asked on a player, the requestcan
and Sneak Thieves Hold Scare
the same protection to each depositor. no
not be withdrawn and the player .
BANK shall be open to purchase at the waiver -,, for those who I keep their valuables .
STATE price by the first club to claim him. 'i

of Orlando The owners decided to pass the ques- j in our vault. :
tion along to the regular scheduled I| t

meeting in February. I Safe Deposit Boxes
The board of directors of the league -. : t
also met for an hour before the final ., $1 per year and up. ii i
session of the club owners. Financial -I' It

matters were discussed and reported .. .'
to the owners. : ': -

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ROWAN & COLEMAN HOSTS
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Mrs. B. M. Robinson is expectedto Proprietors of Orlando Paint and '

LOCAL AND PERSONAL arrive today from Detroit, where Wall Paper Company Have 't ',.'. _.'. '. .- ....-..... '.. '. .. ". ,
she has been. for some time visiting "Party" for "the Boys" ..' :: .' .I .
Indian Commissioner L. A. Spencer friends.
arrived in the city last night from Rowan & Coleman, proprietors of c j :- -1-
Miami on business. Mr. J. Hugh White, of Jacksonville, the Orlando Paint and Wall Paper
one of the state's popular and suc- company, were hosts last night to fif- '
Before having pictures see "life ,cessful commercial men, spent yesterday teen men at their office on Church .
motion Main. pictures" at Evans', 100 11-25-tf North I in Orlando. street.Patent Sunproof D. R. Hall Paint, representing company, was the 'D j F Prt. )\. JX9 J I I ;L 0 I

Western Orange was ably repre- present and gave a very interestingtalk. 4
Sheriff J. O. Gates, of Manatee sented in Orlando yesterday by Mr. Following his address and informal I . .. .
,
county, was in Orlando yesterday on G. W. Bray, of Winter Garden, and talks by other members present : : : 1 '. >
business connected with his office. Mr. John Witty, of Ocoee. I j I a delightful luncheon was spreadfor \ __ ...
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Anadvertisement in this morning's I Mrs. J. C. Patterson and daughter, I store. 1 -
issue of The Sentinel by S. G. Dolive Miss Jane, who have been spending .
& Son calls attention to the 2,300 several months in Asheville, N. C., POSTMASTER MAKES REQUESTGet I
acres of unimproved pine land they returned home yesterday afternoonon I
have for sale. Read the advertise- the Tampa Special. Parcel Post Tags and C. O. D. McElroy's PharmacyOrlando

ment. '4 Receipts at Present Time l'
Read the advertisement of the S. Rather Than Later
G. Dolive & Son real estate firm in I Fla. Established 34 rears
this issue of The Sentinel. They han- Postmaster W. C. McLean requestsThe I .
dle the highest class real estate. Give Sentinel to announce that now i -------- t

FOR SALE I them a call. would be a most opportune time foraiy ,

Christmas who are packages contemplating to secure sending their I j,
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Swasey and
daughter of Wells Depot Me., have parcel post tags and c.o.d. receipts, Start Christmas Shopping ;
because a little later there will be a your
arrived in Orlando, as has been their
rush and they will have to wait in I' .
usual custom for several years, to
2300 acres of unim line, and inconvenience
causing delay
spend the winter. They have a pret- !,
proved pine land fine both to clerks and senders. The sug- '
ty home in Concord Park. List with Box of \
gestion is timely and a word to the : a
truck and fruit land, big wise is sufficient. I
portion of it has clay Mr. Wm. A. House, who has lots 1
of friends and acquaintances in this
and marl sub'soil. Situ- section arrived in the city last night I COURT HOUSE PAINTEDA or Page and Shaw's Candies. ,

uate on County road from Atlanta, and contemplates remaining -
force of painters is busy at the
hereabouts for several dayson
within miles of ,
seven
business and pleasure.Dr. court house painting the wooden trim-
Orlando. mings. The old vines have been torn I
from around the windows and in
a
$4.40 an acre will buy T. Williams, who was de- APLac; !
general way the premises have been
tained north on account of business
this tract and the propo- greatly improved. The painting will I
when Mrs. Williams left for Orlando, '
be finished in a short time. ? Pharmacy Agents
sition is "cinch" J
a as a has arrived from Punxatawney, Pa. qv7c/r
small investment. This They are occupying their pretty :
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Brittain of
f price is for quick sale. home, 402 West street. Muncie, Ind., are among the new com -
in Orlando. 1u.mro: ; : 1
ers They intend to remain -
If you want this land George T. Wingfield, of Athens, all winter, having rented the !
call on Ga., is in Orlando, having arrived j house on the corner of Anderson and I . . . . . . .

t. Wednesday. He is looking about witha Osceola streets and gone to house- I i i ir
view to locating here, and it may be keeping. .
that he will soon become a perma-
nent citizen of Orlando. I I Mrs. G. W. Gage-arrived in Orlando t

[ S. G. Dolive & Son list evening over the Atlantic Coast ,
Mrs. Josephine Home of Old Orch- Line from Chester, S. C., and will I UaYIOSOK
ard Beach, Me., is among the guestsat I visit Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Graham at i .
r REAL ESTATE; the Astor House. Mrs. Home con- J their home on Lucerne Circle. Mrs.
templates remaining here for about Gage is the wife of the supreme court
No. 3 WEST PINE STREET
f two weeks when she will visit other judge of South Carolina.
Second Floor I points of interest in the southern part
of the state, returning to Orlando fora Mrs. F. B. Culp and brother, Mr.
longer visit before returning north. Sheckard, of Hanover, Pa., are among
[ -___'n __ __ __ the recent arrivals in Orlando, locatedat
the Windsor. Mrs. Culp has a
pretty home on Margaret street and
Are your hens laying ? If not, why not ? spent the winetr in this city a year

Try Aunt Patsy's Poultry Food. Guaranteed ago.

Mrs. L. C. Newell, of Ashtabula, i i ..
; Everything in the Chicken line. Ohio, spent a while in Orlando yes- 1915 HARLEY-DAVIDSON Horsepower 3-Speed Sliding Gear Transmission Automatic

terday with her son, Mr. J. J. Newell H Mechanical Oil Pump. Step-Starter and 66 Refinements. $275.00. .
Wright Seed CompanyPhone en route to Pine Castle, where she : t

i will spend the winter with Mr. Newell i W. WHITNEY WRIGHT |129 ?:a 5 d e 1:1.nuc:
179 206 So. Orange Ave. I who preceded her to their Florida O I
home some weeks ago.
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Our floors are overflowing with most lasting and appropriate Christmas Gifts fcr mother, wife, sister or daughter, father,

husband, brother and son.


Come in and let us show you the gift which will be appreciated 365 days each year. .

Our stock of Easy Rockers and Morris chairs Bookcases
and Library Table are unusually large this season, select yours

now, we will deliver it Christmas Eve.Osceir .
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