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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 13, 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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Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
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THE MORNING SENTINEL






. 1 LU ME TWO ORLANDO, FLORIDA, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1911. NUMBER 262.

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$ 150,000 RUSSIANS TAKE SAYS BERLINLODZ I



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HAS BEEN SECRETLY I I MR. AND MRS. TEMPLE ATTORNEY GILES !

EVACUATED BY RUS- ;: GERMAN GUNSINFERIOR ; PRZANYSZ ALLTo i I! U. S. FLEET TOMANEUVER


SIANS WITH LOSS ; TO ENTERTAIN STATE


TRENCHES WITH DEAD TEUTONS "
FILLED WILL GIVE RECEPTION ON WILL ARGUE '

I I NEW YEAR'S EVE AT CASE BEFORE !

Russians Lose Heavily-Cruiser IN ARTILLERY DUELS THE NEW SEMINOLE THIS IN ITSELF IS UNIMPORTANT COURT ('. DANIELS TO ASSEMBLE :

Dresden Runs Aground Off FRENCH PROVE SUPE- I BUT OPENS : ATLANTIC FLEET
"
I Coast of South RIOR TO GERMANS Reception forIr.. and Mrs. WAY FOR ACTION Case of Supt. of i ABOUTJANUARY;:

America I \lason-Elaborate: ProgramHas School Board to i


Berlin via wireless-to London Dec. I I JOFFRE SENDS FRESH TROOPS I Been PlannedBigSocial Event IS NOW Y IN LINE WITH WARSAW Supt.Pay Should Warrants Not !: SEE WHAT THE NAVY CAN DO


12.-The following announcementwas i I

given the press tonight by the : Reinforcements Are So Strongas I Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Temple of I :May Have Bearing on Future Attorney LeRoy B. Battleships Will Participatein

imperial press bureau: Winter Park will give a receptionNew yesterday afternoon for I

"The, Russian evacuation at Lodz I to Force Germans to i Year's eve at the New Seminole I Operations-Petrograd Says where on Tuesday, he will i the Program-A Real

occurred secretly and during the night' Retire at Several I hotel at Winter Park for Mr. and Germans Have Hope- Test for Navy Will
fore the Florida supreme
time. Consequently it was accomplished I Mrs. A. W. Mason Mrs. Mason for- Result
PointsI lessly Failed case County ;;
without fighting. Evacuation i merly being Miss Dorothy Temple
School
I lic Instruction vs.
was the outcome of previous three whose marriage was solemnized in Dec. of
2.-Secretary
I Paris Dec. 12.-So numerous; have Berlin, by wireless via Sayville L. show why the county Washington
days battle when the Russian loss November.The .
been the reinforcements that Gen. I II I., Dec. 12.-The official press bureau of public instruction Mr. Navy Daniels announced today
was enormous. Their abandoned reception promises to be one New York about
I Joffre has thrown behind the line at I has just given out the following: should not have signed he would leave
trenches are filled with dead. It is of the select social events of the win- 15 for Guantanimo to assem-
Ypres to support the thinned British I "The most important factor from rants for teachers of
estimated the Russian losses in Poland ter and of the most i
ranks and behind the chain of the allies' season one gra- the latest report from the eastern i The case is one in the Atlantic fleet for maneuvers.
including eighty thousand pris- II cious ever tendered by Mr. and Mrs. -nine battleships are to par-
positions along the Ypres canal theatre of war is that of the takingof zens are deeply )
oners taken by us amount to at least I whose fame host and the
Temple
as I They will first complete
1 I northward to the sea, that during the Przanysz. Although this in itselfis outcome of it will be
one hundred and fifty thousand." I hostess have throughout this I for the
spread held by the fleet
past two days even with the German unimportant it shows that the considerable interest.
Prisoners are now being taken to I section. There will be music and .
: attacks most violent of any since I Germans north of the Vistula have will appear for the two years.Secretary
Germany. and the old will be ordered the
: those early days of the battle in Flanders -I dancing year I begun an active offensive. C. Jones for Mr. Daniels has

I the allies have been able to clear "watched out" and the new year ush- "The town mentioned lies in a direct will return to Orlando Tacoma to Vera Cruz to re-

Cruiser Dresden Aground I the west bank of the Yser of invaders. -I, ered in, in the most auspicious man- I line of communication between see on Wednesday. the battleship Minnesota from
Buenos Aires, Dec. 12.-Bulletin.- ner. I The Minnesota is to come north
I II I Willenberg and Warsaw, showing
A dispatch from Rice Gallegos reports Professional dancers have been
to
o I An official statement issued from 1 se- that the advance has been directed VILLA TAKES an overhaulingpreparatory
that the Dresden which escaped -I cured for the and I .
program a special in the maneuvers.Curtis
part
Paris today declares that from the I I against the fortified Narew line. I
destruction off the Falkland orchestra will render music. Elab-
point opposite the ferryman's house i i "If this line should be broken the Will Assume Command
Islands Tuesday has run aground at orate refreshments will be served
in
between Dixmude and Ypres for pos- : i Germans would be in the rear of Warsaw the North Is Latest & O'Neal are up to date
that port today. and a general good time will be enjoyed selection of beautiful novelties
session of which there was such desperate i I and unable to exercise: a deciding From Mexico
Gallegos off the coast of Argentine has been left undone
Nothing
the holidays. The latest is a
I struggle to farthest north of I i influence on the Polish campaign.
is three hundred miles directly the esteemed Mr. and Mrs.
by Templein of Indian and sweet bas-
I the allies' lines the nervy has been I II ; The statement says that while the Mexico City, Dec. 12. grass
west of the Falkland Islands where I planning for the success of the : You will find what you need at
forced to completely evacuate the Germans and Austrians are meeting definitely retired from
the battle occurred. I event.
I west bank of the canal the allies advancing i a severe resistance in south Poland commander in chief of the store. -.4.
No invitations have been
i I their trenches to the waters' issued I and Galicia the Servia situation is of government forces to

edge where they now command a but the public is invited to attend the j favorable to them. al command of the army
ERRRING MOTORIST
FINED only invitation being extended
I SELLS HOUSE
sweep of the east bank. Villa will lead his
through the :
Nine distinct artillery duels were newspapers.A German; Plan Fails against Guadalajara

Three Violators Feel Power of II fought at widely separated points I i Mrs. very large number of Mr. and Paris Dec. .-The Petrograd correspondent pico and other points
admirers will be
Temple's
along the battle front in all of which pres- I of the Matin wires his pa- are still held by the Home Recently Sold

Heavy Hand of Law and I the French guns proved victorious. I ent at the reception. per that the German plan in Poland pata having been Through S. Y. Way Agency

Seven Others to Have I In four engagements the German battaxies I Mr. and Mrs. Temple who have recently I I
has completely failed. mand the operations in the I -Fine Piece of
t. : sold their estate are now liv-
Same FateIn I opposing the French were destroyed j ing at the New Seminole hotel. I "The German plan, which consisted ticularly against Puebla, PropertyThe

completely or silenced. of the Russian : about attack. :
1 I IjU. I turning right wing at to
police court yesterday three motorists -1 i I II I
Lowicz and at the same time com- I Crawford home property on
TO NAME SEARS SUCCESSOR
felt the heavy hand of the I I o pleting a similar maneuver on the ex- street has recently been
law when they were arrested for following S. TO MAKE INQUIRY I I pur-
NI NIC.
the Orlando fire department jU. i Primary Will Be Held at Kissimmeeto treme left on the river Donajec has I METHODlS by :Miss Annie T. MacGachen
The Germans
failed.
completely are
: Name Successor to i Canada. Upon this property ex
which made a'run
apparatus Friday

reduced to making bloody and useless ,
I improvements have been made
to fire East Anderson Will Push of i W. J. Sears f'U.i I
morning a on Bryan Inquiry I i attacks on our front. I E. Howard it is now one of the choicest res-

street Charge That U. S. Is Ship- I Attend
to
Edwin Kissimmee Fla., Dec. 12.-A pri- I terday inthe city. The sale was ne-
Beeman arrested by Officer :
ping Mushroom Bulletsto mary will be held in Osceola county I i Efforts for Truce FailI at Arcadia I by the S. Y. Way real es-
Broom Chess
Magruder arrested
; by
Officer Broom and W. E. Long arrested -\ Canada Saturday December 19, to endorse a i I I Rome, Dec. 12.-The Vatican authorities Addresses I firm the transaction resulting

Officer Carter I candidate to succeed lion. W. J. today made public a docu I an advertisement placed in The
by
were as-
p I Washington Dec. 12.-Secretary ment setting forth the efforts made Florida's greatest inland
sessed fines of $5 and costs and paid. Sears as county school superintendent I C. E. Howard went to I I I

.' It is stated that seven other arrests I Bryan today announced that the department the governor having requestedan by the pope to obtain a truce in the I jterday afternoon where e

were made for the same offense. I of state had ordered an inquiry expression of the voters in this European war during the Christmasseason. the annual conference of .;

on German charges of mush- way before he made an appointment. dist church. The report I HIGH SCHOOL NOTES

Mr. Sears goes out of office after the The efforts of the pontiff, unfortu- day session, as given by -
MOURN LOSS OF PAYNE room bullets are being made in Amer- (By Arthur Ivey Class 191;))
the Vati-
failed according to
nately,
1
January meeting of the county board. Daily News follows: I
ica and shipped to Canada for use by : There are four aspirants for the po- can announcement "owing to the opposition -I The third day of the The committee for the in charge of the pro-

House. Held Public Funeral Yesterdayfor the allies -in the European war. I sition. of a certain power." ference was marked by a Christmas entertain-
I has been hard at work all week
First Time in Thirty This Mr. eloquent speeches giving
I inquiry, Bryan said mightbe i I for this affair. Fine
prog-
Years followed by an inquiry as to facts : ROLLINS BEATS PAIATKA{ I est to the occasion. 'i I has been made and the members
I CONGRESS TAKES ACTION The report made by :
I connected with the alleged manufacture to make this occasion one long
Washington Dec. 12.-The houseof trustees of Southern ;
and exportation of these bullets. I! forth animated be remembered by pupils and
representatives met Saturday to I I' some
mourn the death of Sereno Payne I The German complaint, submitted Before Christmas Adjournment Score Was 21 to 12-Second Defeat report was read by Rev. !I of the school. An announce-
of the time which
for thirty years a congressman from : recently, alleged that the use of Congress Will Consider in Two Days, Cathe- secretary. Rev. J. B. I' is take at the enter-
to will
New York. It was the first time in "mushroom" bullets being forbidden Two dral Winning Friday Tampa president of the place appear
ImportantBills this later in the week.
fifteen years that the house has helda by The Hague convention it is the an address bringing paper

public funeral to pay final tributeto I duty of the United States as a signatory i NightThe ference all the facts Miss Eunice Deal, a former mem-
I of the class of '15, rejoined her
if the work of the I
to their
a dead member. prevent use, neces-
i sary by prohibiting their manufacture Washington, Dec. 12.The rules Rollins girls' basket ball team Southern College, the il this week. The senior class, al-

committee of the house today decidedto last night defeated the Palatka high learning owned by the one of the largest in the his-
I and exportation. .
JUST A 3UKMENT, PLEASE t I permit a consideration by the house school girls team at the Rollins Col- situated at Sutherland on of the school is always glad to
Mr. Mitchell showed
before adjournment for the Christ- recruits to its ranks.
an new
i
VISIT S. KENDRICK GUERNSEYMr. lege gymnasium by the score of 21 tees had been
Board of Trade Contemplates Discussing :- mas holidays of both the Hobson con- Eugene Carpenter of Jacksonville,
I { to 12. The first half was wildly exciting fairs of the school in the I
Important Qu..stion I stitutional amendment for nationwide manner, and outlined the last Sunday in Orlando and
Don Barnett who recently marI the Palatka girls leading by
Soen I I prohibition and the Mondell resolution if heartily carried out, the day met many of his for-
I I ried Miss L'Engle of Jacksonville the score of 11 to 0. In the second tory for the college. lie
i providing for amendmentto classmates and friends of the
an
and who since their marriage have I II half Rollins forged ahead and won great improvement made
The question as to when active I the constitution extending the rightof lege under the present class.
I! been touring the state in Mr. Barnett's easily as Palatka weakened. The
work will begin on the new postofficeor suffrage to women. tion, and warmly The senior German club enjoyed a
witnessed from
automobile stopped off in Or- game was by many
government built ing will soon takeon conference upon having social hour Thursday even-
lando yesterday morning and visited Orlando a large crowd being present at the head of the school
new life. The Board of Trade is for a short time with S. Kendrick I THE WEATHER The jaunt of the Palatka teamto derman. .
it at of Morrison Miss Bertha Dawson, class of '14,
contemplating taking up one Bishop con
: Guernsey later departing for Day- Orlando was a sorry one, for they
their be held next month. speeches on the trustees' our classic halls
Friday.
meetings to
i tona. Following a duck hunt around Florida: Colder Sunday; probablyfair suffered a stinging defeatat the bishop referred to the

: that city Mr. and Mrs. Barnett will in south portion. :Monday clear- I hands of the Cathedral school on Fri- of the college, and

: return to their home in Jacksonville. ing and colder. day night. opinion that the

BASKETS WILL BE READYLoyal ; They have been visiting for ten daysat -- ter its history.condition There now than is a at CAUSE TROUBLE

I, Mr. Barnett's uncle's estate near' fidence abroad in the
Zellwood. To Frame Legislative ProgramTo spirit of unity in the work I I
Order of Moose Hustling great success for I j [ S. Minister Informs State

to Get The report, which That Turkish
Christmas Baskets KENTUCKY SHERIFF Department
SHOT Avoid Extra Session
i CongressWashington the raising!: of a thousand
Ready Is Authorities Are
-Help i each presiding elder in I a

WantedThe I While Leading Posse Hardin County -- was adopted.The Menace i

Sheriff Was Fatally Shot i iI Dec. 12.-The legislative that he desires the completion of the board on lay
; its report. The conference
Loyal Order of :Moose 766 of I I By Desperado : program for this session of congress ; work of congress by March 4, and the i is Hon A. W. McLaren, I Washington, Dec. 12.-In a cable- I I

th. > city are hustling to pet their leaders are determined to avert if lie advocates the !; received late today from Am- 1
for discussion at
I 1---1 was up a cau-
Christmas baskets ready and the I;I I possible another extra session. tion of the laymen of the Morgenthau at Constantino- i

members are contributing nicely to I John McCurtie, of Hardin county, cus of senate Democrats late today. i Measures which the caucus was to all Mr.lay McLaren activities was the ; the state department was in- :i

the fund for securing of same. Members -I! was probably fatally shot this after- I I The conference was called at the instance include in the legislative program on ference lay leader. with of further trouble experienced i

are also working to have everything ;: noon while leading a posse against a of the senate Democratic steer- I the recommendation of the steering ing:; district leaders: an American institution at the i

in readiness to assist in the : house in which a desperado who yesterday ing committee with the object of 11 committee were the government ship Jacksonville Tallahassee district district,,J.E. of the Turkish authorities. ,

distribution of the same on Christ- i killed a deputy sheriff and a' framing the program, so as to avoid purchase bill, conservation bills and Gainesville district, F. ambassador told' also of the .

mas day. If you would like to add : wounded companion were at bay. The the necessity for an extra session' the Philippine bill. Tamna district K. II. deportation of French and i

your mite to this worthy cause you i sheriff was hurried to a hospital in a after March 4. I I Another recommendation was that Ocala district, J. II. from Beirut and that he had
Miami district J. B. :\
,
can call up the order and some member dying condition while the posse con- President Wilson has made it clear : appropriation measures be given Bartow district, C. H. :\ in getting a promise that

ol the order will call on you. tinued to lay siege to the house. ,I to administration leaders in congress rght: of way and speedily passed. |I P-latk' i ,,1:..< -: '.. .\. P would cease.r .



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H* *i* & *r* it it + tjf: EIGHTEEN AND A HALF ACRESof I WE HAVE NOW READY FOR DE- i
land on Lake Gatlin; sixteen in LIVERY Irish Potatoes warrantedfree
fire year old oranges and grapefruit; from scab or other diseases. Fine I Joe CreaM :
LUCILLE card 70S and let
overlooks four lakes; in perfect con- Drop me a or phone
Candies--- dition. Price $12.000. Nothing bet- us talk over your requirements. I
? tjf: ter in Florida, unless' it is the prop- will make it to our mutual advan-
erty below described. tage. H. C. McDamel.
NORRISand LOVE TEN ACRES overlooking Orlando; AND ICESTelephone i
TWENTY ACRES, in good neighbor all cleared; fine land; good home .
lt hood; fire land; 10 acres in bearing I site. $2,000. II. C. McDamel. Phone I
PARK & TILFORD The Girl of trees; good lake protection; good 708. t
Mystery .
crop on trees Price $10,000 with
fruit; or owner will keep fruit, deducting SEVEN ROOM, new stucco cottage, 664 .
+ $2,000 for same. Offered only one block from Eola park; com-
Ihe"MASTER for reasons beyond owners control. mands fine view of city. Price $5,500.H. .
"By
See II. C. :JIcDaniel for particulars.Phone C. McDamel, phone 70S.SEKETHIIG .
';08. New York Ice Cream
PEN"elrifbt
*h Our big line ofXmas My\ Specialy

: 19U. All moving picture
rights referred by the Universal Film BRILLIANTS NICE! Philadelphia and Fancy Creams
Packages ,. ZUuufactiriif CompUT.blcb issow l I
to
exhibiting this productioa I IIe.dlnf in OrderWHOLESALE
tbeaters. Absence diminishes little passionsand
Infrintements will
.% [will be in soon be vljorouily prosecuted. increases great ones, as the wind I Two Beautiful Euil jug Lots AND RETAIL

tjf blows out a candle, but fans a fire.- On South Oranf e Avenue,
: I Neopolitanin StockC.H.Hoefler
Rochefoucauld.
SYNOPSISValuable near Lake Lucerne, splendid .

governmental papers are utoler. -0-- I view of the lake, only .
To abstain that we may the more
by Thompson follower of Loubeque. in-
Give orders will *FE'F f ternational spy from General Love whom enjoy, is the epicureanism of reason. 2 1-2 blocks from business
us your we Loubeque hates'in Manila. Lo\e's daughter -Rousseau. center, nice big shade trees .
Lucille flies to a steamer to recover
the papers In order to clear the name of -oAt I shrubbery, &c., adjourning I
deliver them Xmas Day. + Lieutenant Gibson. whom she loves. first lay down as fundamental, lot to one of the best Residence 205 Liberty St.

Loubeque the steamer tampering is hurt.with Lucille the wirelesson nurses that nothing, with God, can be acci- dences in city.-For resi.j Corner Mariposa
him In an attempt to recover the papers. dental.-Longfellow.
I WALTER IV. ROSE 1 1I ACTOR Y AROUND THE CORNER
Lucille gets the papers, but the ship is -0-- I
wrecked. She is cast ashore on a Pacific All the beautiful sentiments of the REAL ESTATE I PRICES RIASONA1II H
island and taken
is by
a native chief to
his hut to nurse his sick child. world weigh 'less than a single lovely Rooms I & 3 Watkins Block

: : The native child is restored to health action.-Low ell. Phone 555 Get the news in The Sentinel l first.
and the grateful natives idolize Lucille:
E ETE PHAMAYPHONES Y
Loubeque. also cast ashore tries various
plans to recover the papers. but in vain.

: She turned to the patient still sleepIng -
Yes no one could fall to see; that .
the crisis was reached and passed.
REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD
"She is going to get well." said Lucille TENS
and the chief smiled' at her tone
From outside c-amt- !sudden' clash of
crern4L sound a rippling, drumming; sound
COOK WITH GAS
+v 1"a 1 that diminished to almost an echo onlyto .
$ rise slowly. prudnally Into a perfect
6.1 and 95 thunderous e_ There was something

oJ.. -1HARRrSn1iS' < mtisii-aliy triumphant about it
which seemed to tier to jibe with the .
majestic tones of a huge or "n.

Slowly the chiefs right hand reached 1. Convenience 6. Speed
out. his head slowly bending in obeisance. -
I c + 'F Lucille wonderingly placed her
fingers upon the forearm of the man 2. Comfort' 7. Efficiency ,
and emerged into the open her eyes
rounded in wonderment at the sight 8. Safety
:
that greeted her 3. Cleanliness
Gorgeously caparisoned in scarlet L
9. Perfect
Regulationof
and gold a wonderful throne of the 4. .
Simplicity
same colors upon his back a bronzed
Heat
native astride his bead knelt a milt
; HOUSEHOLD her feet Be- 5. !
white elephant almost at Accessibility
fore the huts stood the natives, their 1 O. Economy
wide shields held across! the forearmsof
f PAINT their right hands. whUe they
drummed out the chorus she had observed -

i formost.evergthing before by slapping their spears
i against the tightly drawn surfaw 8. SAFETYCould
l r The old chief stood motionless beside

Easy to use. the elephant and she realized slowly fuel be safer .
that he meant her to take the seat. any than GAS? Hardly.

I Easy to buy. She shook her head in negation. She There are no sparks to pop out and set fire to the kitchen floor; there is
r was too utterly tired and worn out to
do anything.:. Before she had time to no chance of explosion; there is nothing to leak on the floor and flame up when

f Small cans. regret her decision. the old man stepped someone carelessly drops a lighted match; there are no flues to burn out and set
toward her unwinding a curiously
16 Colors and shaped amulet from about bis neck. the house afire; there are no wood piles: or coal bins with their constant dangerto

Came a crowding forward of the natives your house.

; ALL GOOD. from every direction the men In
j.. the forefront the woman and children GAS the safest of all fuel to use and this fact can easily be proved by re-

I "_ In the rear. Something la the silence ference tothe records of fire departments and insurance companies.The .
Wears well. that succeeded the drumming noise, in
the sober faces of the orderly throng use of GAS spells SAFETY.

f Looks well. surrounding her made her turn toward
[ the thief rather expectantly
,
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f f% Gravely as any king bestowing an
t I What more order upon a loyal subject the old '
man lifted the amulet by its two ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO.

I can you ask? golden threads and dropped it about ..
her neck an amulet of a curious milky
1t
r 1S'7' stone carved into the semblance of an
GAS DEPARTMENT
elephant and glittering with tiny precious
stones so set as to spell out cer-
t SOLD I3Y tain native words. .1Tlie
Lucille looked about smiling at
Jos. Bumby Hardware Co., what she knew to be a sign of these -----


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a. REAL ESTATEWe 1dL G e Capital $50,000. Fully Paid Up.


Incorporated In Florida; Therefore Under State Control

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buy d sell all classes and kinds of Real Estate.If .
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you want to buyor sell the earth it will pay you to call
extend a cordially invitation to Investors and

and talk your wishes over with us. WE
Property-Holders to call at our office, to learn
The manager of this firm has had years of exper-
the most progressive and conservative methods.To .
ience dealing in Florida investments, having sold over a Lucille's Elephant.

people's belief in her. And then the protect interests this Company aside oi .c hei
million dollars worth of Florida Real Estate in the last smile died upon her lips faded from your

two years. her fear.eyes and was succeeded by one of financial strength, give Bank Gaurantee whenever our


We are well posted on the value of all classes and his For saturnine behind the face throng impassive arms cold folded.de- clients demand it. Enquiries by mail promptly an

termined stood Hugo Loubeque, his
kinds of Florida property. We want listed with us all eyes fastened undeviatingly upon her. swered.

What followed the ceremonial attendant
bargains in Real Estate, and we want customers for Real upon the presentation of the HENRY BENEDICT President
white elephant to Lucille was all a ,
Estate Bargains. blur to her. She remembered being
taken to some temple the triumphant
return in the chair upon the back of Office over Peoples National Bank. Phone 570
I the sacred beast but always before her
eyes loomed the figure of Hugo Lou-
.
beque. This afternoon when she had
WARING REAL ESTATE COMPANY come back to the hut which the chief
assigned to her. she felt certain reliefat -- -
knowing the man was about.

R. D. ''''ARINGIanagcr:: Vaguely she had dreaded his coming
before but always had she thought it

! Rooms and 6 Watkins Block: : Phone No. 6311115tf her.inevitable She knew that him he too would well come to imagine' upon Sentinel W nt Atls Gat Results

I he could have survived his chip's fire
and still lose track of the papers for r
which he had fought so hard. And the I '
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.t scheme of revenge; the picture .>t | Eat all you want.
true woman he loved which he h.-td keptso Eat what you want.
Take a and it.
postscript forget
Xo. she hd ntw.iy; *
felt many that the years-man was far from defeated For sale by all druggists.

even though the belt had l been 1-7-d&w-lyr GRANDTOMORROW
C l ] Hill ,
thrown away long since and!! theou i
tents transferred to a bag the: carriedneit
,
her heart
Dr BuckmasterOSTEOPATH
Times there were when she would
have fled from the place iu a sudden 4r 4.t 4.

1 fit of hysteria In:ucvd by thinking! + {

of the urgency for the Information in tEi tlil
a igh-class development in the her possession being XIani'a. Cooler Graduate of Kirksville
thought always made her grapple with
prettiest section of the city. Is the impulse for hate and place herself 132 S. Orane venue The 19th Episode and Second Last Episode of the
in the bands of this superior power
only nine blocks north east.

Sidewalks all the way. Has such which startling had looked happenings.If after.her through ABOVE PEOPLES BANK PHCNE 578 "PERILS OF PAULINE "

the international spy was at work I4 I-- ,

several new houses under con- -and at work she knew he assuredly You the install-
must
simply see two remaining
did
was. now he had located her-why
struction. Has water, gas and he not strike? That was the hardest ACREAGE FOR SALE ments of this great serial,

part of her stay in the \"Ulathe
electricity. Is in the highest constant strain of waiting for the In- -ONORLANDOSANFORD-

evitable.It .
point in the city, being 28 feet was the fourth day that her attention '
"THE
higher1 than the business sec- was irresistibly drawn to a native BRiCK ROAD MASTER FORCE
who e facial traits differed so materially -

. tion. she had from seen about those the of any village of the that men she AT A SONGSixty.five A George Kleine special feature complete in

studied him more closely. two parts will also be shown.
Y N .C .
The man was seated. cross legged

t upon a log just a little distance be-
yond the village. Ills eyes were nar- '- < ,'. acres of best rolling pine
that emitted sharp slants of land suitable for citru trees andall
silts
row HEAR
C Colollial l Hill evil light when they fell upon her, a girl. Lucille. who bad thwarted him so field crops; within sight of railroad

light that frightened her and made her many times. He was only Just begin station, schoolschurches. MUST BE "
turn hurriedly back toward her but fling to realize that destiny was work SACRIFICED. A fine location for a "THAT ORCHESTRA

She had not made over twenty steps ing In her oebalf. protecting her from nursery. ,
before an unseen menace cast Its him. ber the
urging on to desperate:
shadow upon her heart. Though she chances she bad already taken giving Price, Terms $Z5 per Acre Play Real Music for Real Pictures.3c .

could hear nothing she knew unconsciously her courage and confidence to go even Spot Cash $20 per acre
is on the market. Prices rang- that the man was following further than she bad already.

her at such a pace he was obviously Was It possible that be could fall
ing from to $600.00 i
$350.00
per doing so for a purpose. could be beaten by this pretty slip of a
The Grope Value
lot. Costs nothing to see it. For Slowly relentlessly the pat pat of girl no more: than out of ber teens; be. Biggest tOe

the native's feet came to her. She who. Judging nations to be no strange Four ,miles from town, good road,
further information see halted and whirled upon him. The than the weakest individual bad
choice citrus location. We have a fine a
slits of eyes met her own.and she read brought about the wreck ot nations;
10 acre piece with five acres in fine
there the light of an unconquerablepurpose. be. who had worked: through the civilized I
Her lips opened but no and uncivilized world to prepare bearing grove. The other five is all i

words would come. himself for his great act of vengeanceand cleared and the whole piece is

Cautiously, stealthily he advanced always worked: successfully: ,should fenced. There is an old house on TUESDA Y--- ]

upon her. There was a deathlike coldness finally deal the culminating blow the place. Price $35oo.
about him that reminded her of against his enemy only to find this

CARl DANNChristmas the one she knew to be his master. fragile Lucille more than counteractinghis ORLANDO REAL ESTATE CO. DANIEL -FROHMAN j
She could feel the glitter of his eyes. sturdiest efforts ,

could read the meaning In the terrible "I shall regain tbe papers from her," Watkins Block PHONE 504
hands which were' outstretched toward be told bimselt "But bow?" At PRESENTS .
her. times In pondering tbe question be
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There seemed nothing to do, no way would grow so enraged that be thought -

out of his clntches. She tried to of taking them from ber by sheer NEIL McDUFFEE GLADYS HANSONIn
shriek but felt the sounds strangHn force. But always there was ber face
in her throat. Her fingers encountered tbe tare of her mother whom be bad
the slender golden threads that loved still loVed Iu memory to rise up Contractor and Builder
wound the amulet about her neck and deter him. .No. she must be trick the celebrated story by Clyde Fitch

She ripped at them as though they ed Into disclosure of the precious docu Bungalows Specialty I

Almost HereGive ba.d1I t>d her fright And then everything meets berseit. Arcade Building. Orlando "
became more distinct more' Tbat she carried them upon her per "The Straight Road
astonishing. son be knew The scheme be bad ,

For. with a little gasp of fright the worked out through tbe evil eyed na BEST SELECT OYSTERS, 50c. Quart
menacing figure dropped flat upon the I tics be bad picked up In the jungle/ A PARAMOUNT PRODUCTION
us your order for ground dropped before her. For a I and frightened Into superstitious awe ThcWaldeckerFishCo I
PLUM PUDDING dea.1. and Implicit obedience had shown him
second she thought the man was
RAISINS then her eyes widened with astonishment that much The big snake working/; FOR FISH AND OYSTERS
nis sinister through tbe tbatcb -
length --- -- ------
DATES as slowly with face turned always l- I
ed root of her but bad frightened her Phone No. 5. 206 Boone StreetP.
FIGS down the man crawled In a
rnifix-iently long!: time for biro i
PECANS wri? lln5 motion suggestive of a away M. and W. O. COX
to make such a search a8 permitted ot
snake back. back. back until his body
IO23tlSANDBOI
ALMONDS
THE OLD
no hiding place for them. RELIABLEDANN'S
was lost In the tangle of shrubbery
ENGLISH WALNUTS His native bad brought; him word of
there she had come across him flrwt
BRAZIL NUTS the wv Lucille bad saved the chief's
wily a swaying of the leaves there an '
MINCE MEAT daughter from death and In consequence TRANSFER
CRYSTALIZED GINGERWe occasional crackling of twigs betrayIng been presented with the sacred
the fact that such a one bad ever amulet of the country. He realized
carry a full line of Xmas eat- I Dr. B. D. WIENENGA, Prop.
ables. existed. that the ignorant savages regarded her Two Compression Starter
Lucille stared straight ahead of her an something in tbe nature of a deity
XMAS PRESENT
The terror that had fallen upon tier They would permit no barm to befall
Send a Box of Fruit to your friends. was too great for immediate reliet I her so long:, as she remained with them MADE ESPECIALLY Y FOR: FORDS Livery, Draying and Hauling j

Only $1.35 express prepaid east of Again her fingers sought Her throat Night::: bad lout since fallen when bestirred AWE
i
Rocky Mountains.Give falling upon the amulet which the from his motionless position: Will Start Any That 1
grateful chief bad presented to her and before, the tuber II
us your order now. s light; was burned Can be Cranked\ I
Immediately she realized what gad from his eyes by tbe kindling flame of GUARANTEE GOOD SERVICE
saved her from the man action. While no visible symbol betrayed a 0
One sharp pull from the
t I'ertrips It was the shock from her exultation; there was a stealth ]
encounter with the stuuge native that sureness to his stride that showed be seat turns the engine over .;

CARUTHERS & GORE made her slumber light for the sound was about to work tbat tbe time for two compressions. AUTO, AUTO BUS AND TRUCK :
was very faint that wakened Lucille reflection was past.
'
from the doze into which she finally Get npl! he told his savage follower Thai "QUEER SHAPED WHEEL'Does

New Modern GioceiuPhone bad fallen. Like the rippling of a The native IUti) rose and waited Country Driving for Eight or Ten Solicited
breeze through the leaves it was, and his commands Fear still lay heavily ;:11.
yet something ominous about it brought' upon him because of his two failures .
her bolt upright in bed her every fac and he was t\ilIiDg to dare anything See the Sandbo HORSES FOR SALE

200 nlty alert bow. risk; even the profanation of the
Gradually she made out that It came sacred amulet rather than face agaiii 'Phone 257. Orlando, Florida
from Immediately over her bead. The the flame of this wan's wrath thi- '
6 and 8 East Pine St. noise: ceased abruptly. Startled at the mUD he bad stumbled across upon| the FORD GARAGE
suddenness of it, she looked at the spot beach and who. though; helpless, bad -
from which the last noise had come; spat Ht him farther than his low pipe I
then with a shriek of horror her eyes! could carry and shivered the pear usbe i
ORLANDO followed the stealthy graceful reptile held it uplifted in his h.md. advamlng
that seemed to grow from out the very with murderous design UIMMI
I roof of the thatched but its body wavering I the man A small glittering: thing ot
longer and longer before her horror I metal was the weapon| of this man iI
stricken eyes, its flat head movingin yet be bud seen a giant lion drop deal I
PLUMBING CO1 all directions two little threads continually when his: master raised It and threw = Dp not worry about your-

flickering from out its hideous Its barking vviot of orange; flame
montb. through ItSwiftly

26 WEST PINE STREET With a wild scream of terror she Loubeqne strsle through;; the I I
darted through the hut opening heavIng Inky blackness of the Jungle; that hemmed
PHONE 122 a sigh: of relief >:t feeling the warm. them In until be came to a scarcely !
clean air of the out of doors upon her penetrable wall of creepers swung and !
cheek after the feud atmosphere which I like giant hammocks between the trees I Plumbing Sewering

Best at Lowest the snake intruder bad seemed to bring twisting and writhing. about! themselves .
Plumbing with him. : in hopeless| confusion, all deriving ,
There at the outskirts of the village sustenance from the stunted
PricesWe she fought: against her terror. trunks to winch they clung More likt'rt'.it

Fighting against herself, against everything ropes of corded hemp they were
are not in the combine. feminine In her nature, she I
than anything t"lse. their thick surface
SLAUTER'S latest inventions used forced herself back: to the hut. And covered with fuzzy hairs. It was the We w ill do for you and you pay when you

on all first-class then a great feeling of relief engulfed creeper Lout>e her, for the snake was gone. But the using! : when he wished to start the ready
Plumbing ConstructionReal but was in wild disorder. Everything Ill brs tire twisting about a bard, get

sharp pointed stick against the unyielding -
Lou'beque aid Hi* Savage Aid Introduce .
Snkes Into Lucille's Hut. surface of tbe creeper till the
friction started tt Estate Boughtand Inside It had been torn apart Not an to the wall of creepers, indicating I
inch of its surface but had been covered how much he wished.

:Sold. snake carefmly bad wrought in the about disruptionNo this contusion But half an hour sufficed to satisfythe Call on F. JOSEPH RAEHN PLUMBING and HEATING CO.
spy and. without more than a nod. .,
--- j I be turned and moved swiftly back to
Lucille smiled to herself Hugo Lou-
tbe but. There
be superintended the
City Building Lots, $100; $1.00 cash be*]ne was the man who bad frightened -
and $1.00 per week buys a Lot her so artfully. But she still had splicing of tbe sections of creepers and
Cor.
Graves and
the papers. binding together in such fashion they I Irvin Streets I k
RENTS COLLECTED. should make a rope fully Ktt feet long
The last fragment of the material
Notary Work Promptly and Neatly' CHAPTER VI. was I
used, and be stared at tbe giant coil
Done.
Loubeque Watches a Tiny Flam
speculatlvely. At a curt word of command ORLANDO-
LOPBEQUE sat In tbe I "Gor!* the native glided noiselessly .
N.P.HATCHERORLANDO HDGO whicn bid native bad from the hut. one end of the
up for him his eyes rope in his band.Continued .
,FLORIDA with a somber light. ,
( in Sundays Sentinel
Itow and then they would shift toward 1)I d w-i mo.-i
1-15
Office at Pinehurst ParkP. the squatting evil faced native in the I

O. Box 281 I corner The want ad's the thing, for you 'i

t'UONEtoi: 0-8-lm Loubeque8 thoughts were upon the and for the other fellow also.
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South Florida SentinelMORNING i: i""ON' M TOR"ROW" Here's Some Hot 1

BIRD DOG, three years old, for sale
AND WEEKLY I'I'i cheap. Butt's Kandy Kitchen. I Bargains Right Off
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BYSPARK
W. SI. CLEW ...Editor 12-13-tf
W. C. S1NUTOX nosiness rlanaa. PLUGIIIMMIMOmUMMMMt I i The GriddleTwo
Entered! at the l"t"II".? at Orlando, 1.or- J W WANTED Second hand or 6 IL P. j i
ida as Second Cla. Ma: .' :\htt..r.SUBSCRJM"IO 'I stationary gasoline or kerosene en- !
cine. Address 18 East Church St. i
KA'lUbDaily. : I
1 Year *&,0' B. Beacham is driving a new Na- 12131taFOR '
Daily 6 Months .. J!.(" tional roadster which arrived Friday I acres on a beautiful lake. I'
Daily. 3 Months l.L .
Daily. 1 Month from the Indianapolis factory at the RENT-Furnished, two extra Four room house. A number of
tote. ;_ y';'. .... .. ...-:-$, ... rfan Juan Garage company. The National j large rooms facing Lake Eola. 215 .St 1c K
East Robinson. 12-13-Ct* budded orange trees in bearing. I
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN speaks for itself. The designsof I __ I .

---- ADVANCE: : -- this car are produced by skilled 'FOR RENT-Cottage, 6 rooms, unfurnished Only two and one-half miles

TO AUVKrtri r.US: engineers. II ; just remodelled; all mod- from the Court House. If sold I
.... .. conveniences 10 minutes walk
Copy for dupla an. all other < Some months ago the National ern ;
dterliMtnr oust at a ne. in at the bwiitr produced a Pullman touringcar I from postoffice; near Lake Lucerne. by December 20th, price will be j
later Ifaw 2 ts company
office of the Sentinel not p.. (1108 America street Address K., care
the day before publication. Tim nri aw with four movable seats on roll-
,. Sentinel, or phone 573. 12-13-Gt* only $300.00Four
to chances for rnntract a* ert>*atr: ilinTariable !
and .ill b- strictly a.h.r.-.' t. ers. The occupant was able to turn i I

Su1.6rn""b rs ; siruuc The -Sentmv tinued should notify the office in wiitiui views from any position. The housekeeping, suite of large sunny.
the date of expiration otherwiwil" front lots
I large on Cen-
continued at the rejru.ar ru/rrriptva talluntil car shown for the first time in Indian- rooms; all modern conveniences. Also
notice to stop j is 'owed, is be shown in New York two nice bed rooms; private family; tral avenue, close in that must
Telephone Numb r ., ... ., 2' apolis to close in. 312 North Main St. ,
,. rd Chicago at the automobile shows. 12-13-1 wk* be sold by December 25th.
Only
SUNDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1911. -oF. Shop Early
$500 each for inside lots and
Orlando needs a motor fire track G. Rush unloaded another car FOR RENT-6 room house with all "
will the efficiencyof load of Fords this week direct from modern improvements; furnished; $550 for corners.Cooper .
because it promote
which $150; season 3 months. One cottage
the factory, are already spokenfor
the fire department. for light housekeeping, $30 a month. 1
by Ford admirers. Room and board for couple of tour- ,

SUNDAY I'KAYER -0- ists, $12 per week. Inquire Cooper Time flies and each day brings :
& Atha.
The Orlando Auto and Supply com- 12-13-6t Atha
Our Father, as we inhale the j
fragrant air of the morning and pany will open another garage tomorrow ;i us more rapidly to that "Dayof
on Pine street which will be GENERAL CONTRACTING are
rise to assume the cares of the furnish 114 South Orange Ave., Ground Floor i! "
to
day, keep our minds as pure as in managed by George Dolive, directorof I kinds prepared of general contract and bids building on all i i Phone No. 311 i Days. -Let us help you in
the hours of sleep. sales and service. The repair department work. Can furnish plans and
give
selections 'twill be
To our hearts bring the sweetening will be under the super- best of references; remodelling worka your a helpto

,. strengthening pleasures of a vision of C. 11. Wilson, of Glens Falls, specialty. Address "M.: N. S.," care and to
wholesome communion with Life's N. Y. Sentinel. 12-13-Gt* Subscribe for The Daily Sentinel i yourself a pleasure us.

f better things.
Guide our footsteps, unfalteringly I. Our Ready-to-Wear
Lester Beeman's new Stutz "bull-
l along the path of duty; direct -I .
, our energies with ever the dog" is attracting considerable atten- ,I I
spirit of fair play and equality.In tion by automobile critics since its arrival II Sale is proving itself a sensation

! commerce grant that honesty at the San Juan Garage this II I
I just predicted it would.
shall characterize the methods em- week from the Indianapolis factory. I as we
ployed; kill trickery and deceitfulness. -
4
The arrival of the new Dodge car
Incline our ears, charitably, to ', is being awaited with interest. Note these remarkable prices!
the cry of the impotent; help us'tosee
the virtues of our fellows. Maywe I'I LAKE EOLA I
And then let show the
elevate society by noble acts The automobile industry has I Ii us you

and great examples.Let I I boomed particularly in the exporta- If Garments.

us so live the day that we tion of trucks since the opening of f
shall be comforted, as we lie under the
war. i
Night's robe, by the positive know !
edge that we have hearkened to' Here is an unusual offering, one that I can unhesitatingly "
Thy words, and that the World ha11- MY AUTO, 'TIS OF THEE

been enriched by our presence. ire -K.i u. 'tis of thee, short cut to recommend as a GREAT BARGAIN. The lot is00x200 All Wool Coat Suits
f I chant. I blew
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CHRISTMAS .t'oafjn-' '.,,"' on-quite you refuse two years to go ago, or and the house contains seven rooms and bath.

The gladsome Christmas season ; i Through townand I
approaching, when the spirit o" .u were my joy and Servants room on premises. Orange and grapefruit and with guaranteed Silk Lin-
,., I
loved
>>j day. thy gaudy I
"Peace earth, good will amongmen"
on
nice white tires so new, but peach trees, shruberry and flowers and ornamental ings---all sizes---from Jun-
With that
is at its highest. ., r're down and 1 out for true
season comes the cry of distress-nc, i every way. To thee, old rattle- I
plants. Owner will sell furnished or unfurnished. The
iors Ladies 42
regular
only from across the waters, but \. came bumps and knocks; for thee to
!.!neve. Badly thy top is torn
from much nearer our town fireside tved are thy seats and worn; the location is No. 215 E. Robinson avenue, on north shore of I values from $15 to
-perhaps next door or in the next Looping cough affects thy horn, I
block. Orlando is not a large cityas o : e.';eve. Thy perfume swells the Lake Eola, and overlooking Eola Park. Listed exclusively :
cities are estimated these days- 'o while good folks choke and I I $22.50

yet there are in Orlando many, many cxc as we'twould pass by.buy I paid mansion for with me. The price will astonish you, it too low,
nt-e a price a
little tots who will. not know what ,," "ice!"
now everybody's :yelling I ; I Price $9.98
: Christmas means unless some "goodfellows" i wonder why? Thy motor has theo but owneris determined to sell. Cash or terms.

thy spark plug has a pip and.p
few nickels or dimes
spare a is thine. I have suffered chills,
from their own purses to supply thema -I 1 kidney ills, endeavoring to
few-just a few--of the emblemsof my bills since you were mine.
this glorious, joyous season. viv- bank roll. No more i All Wool SKirtsIn
fhoKe the cow, as once before.
As you stand in front of your own
had the mon, so help me John
tree this Christmas; as you drink in ." I'd buy a car again-and S. Y. WAY
I
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the gloriousness of the day; as yo.. :" more.-Exchange. Ii
i I the latestmaterialsRegular
read and hear the happy greetingsfrom !

many friends don't you think rMt'IREIIOTELSUNDAY. DINNER
and Real Estate
you will be far far happier if you Cream Fifty of Cents Tomatoes Insurance Agent : prices from

have helped some little tot to enjo: ...an Relish Celery .
the day? Don't you think you will Broiled White Fish PHONE 172 I $6.00 to $11.50Price

come nearer to the human ideal-the ,1 Prime Ribs of Beef Brown Sauce
Roast Chicken, Sage Dressing-
ideal set by Him who died that you I j
Giblet Sauce $3.98
might live?
i Baked Macaroni au Gratin
0 i Apple Charlotte Nutmeg Sauce
'Mashed Potatoes Spiced Yams
THAW
String Beans Creamed Onions
An again Orlando and the entire Mince and Custard Pie i Childrens andJuniors

count y ;11. st listen to the testimonyin irar>t>ru. 1 J'e Cream
t.ic ...4yj of Harry Kendall Thaw. Tea Coffee
Turn him loose, oh, Supreme Court! 1213ltcr CoatsAll
and let not his name prey upon us
The is ..
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longer country thoroughly -- -
tired of the Thaw case. They have Sizes From 6 to 17 Years
:I."d it for years and years, and >eat
-it seems ever since we were a child

has papers.;i the been cradle Thaw fed to that Thaw us through the Thaw name;the oh,news Thaw what : la I Vallieres/ and raceeVaches!' \ Regular $ 5.00 $2.50

r a monosyllable to stomach!
t 0 I $10.00 $5.00

General Opinion stalks around OrLando : I
J with his corps of lieutenant
l and picked privates. The General is dainty enough fora fairy $15.00 $7.50
r sure busy these days discussing tr.t !
l trend of the war and local conditions. -

l What girl can resist the charm of a dainty La Valliere, a veritable :
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f' We heard one of those remarkable! lacework of gold .or platinum, set with precious or semi-precious ; GROCERY DEPARTMENTFOR
blowhards
_ momory recently who was
t !boasting that he knew all of the Mexican -I stones! The designs this year are so unu! <;iaHy lovely. so delicate MONDAY ONLY

V candidates for president and 17 Ibs. Cane Sugar for ____________$1.00

f could recite their names.a and fine, we are sure they must have been inspired by tne nt esf. 24 Ibs. Pillsbury Flour for _-________90c

.
Start now to get your share of the Fancy Baldwin Apples, peck ________40c

[ Christmas, the best trade advertising through medium The Sentinel in-I Especially charming too, are our Bracelet \Vatches. A more pleasing "gilt i Fancy Florida Pecans, Ib ___________25c

Orange county. Fancy Asparagus 1 lb. 2 for____33c;
o could not be chosen, or one that combines so much beauty with practicability cans,
"Snow Mellow" is cheaper than
: Give yourself and the girl at the

counter a surprise party by purchas- j eggs _______________,--25c. and 50c
ing your gifts early. Come in and look them o\-cr-wlctllcr;ou intend to purchase :

J o- or not. We know it will he a treat to you to see NOTE
A after
morning
may forget the One 50c. can is equal to, and takes the place of
blisses of the night previous, but itcan't these exquisite pieces of jewelry, I 5 dozen eggs.
J quite forgive them.
f' esr i I
Some people make friends with the
idea ,that their friends will make OPEN EVENINGS

r them. 0 I I
DICKSON YES CO.
f d There are many warm slips 't\vixt I
the coin as it slips-especially in war

"s time. T. H. EVANS
h D i
The sooner you buy the larger the

[, assortment to choose 0 from. JEWELER .DEPARTMENT 1 STORE...

Only a few days left in 1914. Not

f much time left to reform. i" ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE
f ---o---- I Orlando .
Just: twel\e days from today i- Orange Avenue Florida ...
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MMHMIIMiHIM MHiliiillllHMtlMHM IIMIMM III > '-M-I-*
PROGRESS UNDER LEAD. | I II

ERSIIIP OF MR. CARR j I I Commisisoner of Internal Revenue FAVORTE THEATRE ; ; '

Orlando is indeed favored in hav-t!I Has Published :Mis Annual .

ing as one of its permanent institu- j i Report I 1 Open 2 p. m. and 6:30 p. m. I

LUCERNE MONDAY tions such an organization as the Admission 5 cents

1 Mendelssohn Club, under the leader- The
II. Washington Dec. 12. first i
ship of a real master hand like Mr. ,
i i complete compilation of returns un- .....1111111111111 0 II e 1111 t t,
Forrest Dabney Carr. i|! der the income tax law was made
.. SECOND EPISODE; OF THANHOUSER'S GREATEST PIIOTO1M{ ;; Not many cities many times the :' MONDAY'S PROGRAM
public today in the annual report of Four-Reel*--Four j
size of Orlando are able to support a the commissioner of internal revenue.It Eclair. "Wife." A powerful society -

chorus of a hundred trained voices; showed returns for the collection drama, with Belle Adair and
and given the material, it Alec B. Francis. In two parts.
necessary
i year of 1913 by 357,598 individuals 1'0\\us. "The Man of Her Choice."
would be impossible to hold them together paying these taxes aggregating ?2S- I with Grace Cunarti and Francis. Kml.

for the required number of .253,535. Bison. "The Red Man Dove."
rehearsals without the influence
magnetic -
Returns were made by 276,835 married
of their skillful and artistic I
i persons, 55,212; single men and
GOOD
iI I leader. '' 23,552 single women. The normaltax i
it During the five years that the club
of one per cent on all taxable
> has been organized, not a little of its GULYA
; In-
incomes produced $12,728,038. : GASOLINE
success has been due to the enthu-

"THE 'IY. TERY; oirm L SLEEPING: : HOUSE." ... I' siastic support of the public, and the and comes subject of more to sur-tax than $20,000 produced aear$15-

r club looks confidently ahead to that
Each episode coirpletc in itstlt Southern all! !I I same enthusiastic sympathy and sup- 525497. -- AND'SUPREME I

--- -- 4 I port from every citizen of Orlando NEW \OKK COOK RETURNS TO
and vicinity who enjoys the best EMPIRE HOTEL AUTO OILARE
with admission for the Lucerne Theatre Great'
Coupons given every good "I there is in music-not only for indi-
The lovers of good things to eat
Automobile. Contest. I vidual pleasure and profit, but for the will find their hearts' desire at the TIlE BEST FOR YOUR CAR
I II generaly uplift and cultivating influ- New Empire hotel, since ;Mrs Mary
ence it has upon the community at Griffiths, of New York, has taken -

I Same: :: Little Prices I 1I i large. exclusive partment.charge of the culinary de Drums for shipping and storage

Mr. Carr has selected for this sea- Excellent menus, coupled with
son's concerts oratorios and cantatasby steam heat, electric elevator service, tanks kept on hand.
the great masters. I at reasonable rates, should make the
t'IIII ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! !.!.!..!.!.! I JJ The club is Empire the leading hostelry in Or-
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Lubricating Oil and Greases to suit

"Hiawatha" concert will be given the composed by S. Coleridge Taylor. NOTICETo ; all cars. Give make of car when you
first week in January. All members This is one of three "Scenes from the order.
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the Good Citizens of Orlando:
@rlau n nrtrty please attend and be on time. Song of Hiawatha" by this masterful Loyal Order of :Moose, 7'56. of Or-
:Mrs.: :Mason: "At Home" composer that have been sung lando, Florida, wish to do their sharein I

Yesterday afternoon was the first with great success in Europe as wellas making Christmas what the word
-Edited By Miss Eliza Wright II If knows of
really means. any one
"at home" for Winter Park's latest in America. families, widows, children GULF REFINING COil
I needy or !
Office No. ( Residence telephone No.
telephone 179. 254
bride, Mrs. Adelbert W. Mason. Her This will form the major part of who he can help to say truly this 1= ,,

mother, Mrs.\ W. C. Temple, assisted the program of the club's first con- Christmas, please send names and. : P. G. WALTON, Agent
WEEKLY SOCIAL CALENDAR I and girls who will come home from her in receiving, and many friends cert, to be given as soon as possible addresses, not later than December \
'> Adress either O. A. McIntosh, II
the different schools for their vaca, called during the afternoon. Mrs. after the opening of the New Year, 0. Office Phone 450.;
Dec. 13lh-19th. \ i luthier; F. J. Raehn, or L. O. O. M.,
I tion. Miss Dorothy Slemons, Miss :Mason: will be at home every Friday I": and those who had the privilege of Orlando, Fla. 11-1-5-Gtc:; : I Residence Phone 269.
Sunday I Minna Harris, and Miss Elberta Mul- from three to six.Charming i hearing "The Death Minehaha"::

Horning sermon in all churches, except holland, who are attending the State I Bridge Party I last season will look forward to this II-. frM e III I t C III ; I1I11111I 0 I II I I I Ii I I C II II ..

the Methodist. Normal School, will arrive home Saturday Miss Guilda Happersett, who is visiting I real music feast.VENEER. W. R. Rhan >
Methodist -
7:30 P. -Religious concert, I I t W. S. Coleman
church services inl i December 19, on a special train I Miss Sarah of ,
; regular Hargreaves, Or- j ....... I
other churches. being put on by the Atlantic Coast \ange City, was the charming honoreeat THERE'S{ A REASON FOR
Monday : Line for the accommodation of the
3: I'.M.Equal Suffrage League tea; a bridge party given last Tues- CORES I' j
Mrs. W. II. O'Neal, hostess. I students between. Tallahassee and day by her hostess. Miss Hargrea'ves i SUN PROOF PATN'I'I
"Thankoffering social," Methodist' Tampa. i i is well known among the society set $1.25 I --.-
church. I' An attractive visitor over the holidays -I of Orlando, i', "
having visited here + in .
several at gaining popularity every ay.QUALlTVTHAT'S
3:30 P.M.-Rosalind Club business ''
meeting. will be Miss Francis Cherry, times, and Miss Happersett is I Per Strand Up
niece of Mr. G. H. McDaniels college IT
4 P.M.-Cathedral School alumnae I a one of our most poular :young ladies, FIRE-PLACE CHUNKS AND
meeting. girl from Spartanburg, S. C., : whose friends will welcome her re- OAK WOOD We also handle. full line of Painters' &. PaperHangers'
8:30 P.M.-Dance at the Armory. who will be his guest at the new homeon turn to town.Continual 200O.Roll Wall PaperORliVAini
Supplies.
Tuesday North I Orlando Wood Yard .
-- Magnolia avenue. i
3P.M.-Tuesday Bridge Club; Mrs.S. Round of Pleasure HuringHolida.s
DeLaney Way, Joe Ferris, and:
G. Dolive, hostess.
I B. W. Kingsley, Proprietor
Junior Matrons Card Club; Mrs. Richard Way come in the last of the i Although December has been un- PINE STREET AND H. U.I ) Ml/ PAPER CO.
James Magruder, hostess. week from Georgia Military Academy I Telephone 311
Sorosis Club meeting; "Present-day I usually quiet and perhaps fewer I !0-30 t TheSignoftheSun Phone 261 205 So. Orange Ave.
j i brides led to the altar than in
Leaders in Education. years I .
7:30 P.M.-O. II. S. Classical Club Mr. Lee Newell will arrive Christmas : past, which has eliminated a great i i- -- .... . .f. : 5..f- .. .

meeting. morning from University of Vir- deal of entertaining, and the larger -- -
5 P.M. "New Lucerne" reception; ginia, and Mr. George Patterson at ,
things socially have been for
Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Rowland. charity,
Mendelssohn Club Choral rehearsal, the same time from University of one will find with the approaching I

Presbyterian lecture room. Pennsylvania. II j I holidays the returning the college FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL
Centa Medio Dancing Club. :Miss Helen Usner comes home
I boys and girls, wih the many contem-
Wednesday from'the Stetson University, and the'I II ':
3 P.Wednesday Card Club; Mrs.. plated house parties.
hostess. Rollins crowd will be home about the A dance Established 1886
Temple, I I Christmas eve and anotherone
t Twentieth Century Club; Mrs.Chas.P. 19th.With later, which will include the .
Dow, hostess. : these jolly young people add- : ,.
members
; younger of society. There -
Poinsettia Club Mrs. W. P. Watson I
; "
hostess. ed to the "younger set, the good ;I will be one continual round of pleasure -

Unity Circle; "Be Fair to the Cath- times during Christmas week seem from the twenty-fourth to the I CURTIS & O'NEAL
olic Mrs. llowell. I assured.
; [ second of January. :Many: of theoo.s
7:30 P.M.-Recital at the Cathedral Equal Suffrage League
School. and girls will no doubt bring
Men's Forum, Episcopal Chapter The Equal Suffrage League will : home friends as in former years, and INSURANCE
House. I have a social tea at the home of Mrs. I it is LOANS
safe to predict one of the gayest -
Methodist Baraca banquet. "-. R. O'Neal, on Lake Cherokee, on
of the times for
I gay society.
Thursday Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock, at
3 P.M.Rosalind Club afternoon REAL ESTATE RENTALS
.. which time he delegates to the state
b party. FOR SALE-All kinds of tangerines,
8 P.M.Annual Cathedral School convention just closed at Pensacolawill I
senior dance; Mr. and Mrs. R. P. give their reports. Light refreshments kumquats, orange and grapefruit
Cobb. trees, in any quantities. Will trans-
j will be served, for which I I
Friday plant and guarantee them to live if
small sum will be charged to raise '
: # 3P.M.-W. C. T. U. meeting, Methodist \ a I'i desired. Write Alex Oliver, city.
; church. i I money to further the cause. All women 12-13-1wkc '

I i St. Cecelia's Chapter Guild House.meeting, Episcopal -,; of the city are invited to attend. I I FOR RENT-..Bungalo .5 Rooms Furnished, South.Main.

8:30 P. P.l\I.-Societ vaudeville and Delightful Dinner : Want ads. are business pullers.OSTEOPATHY.

dance review, opera house. i Mr. and :Mrs.: Jas. D. Webb, of 612 1 _____ -- -- -- Street.

Washington street, entertained yesterday -

"The Christmas spirit is a humane j with a delightful dinner, hone Seven Room House, South Orlando. .
spirit. It is a forgiving and generous [ oring :Mr.: and Mrs. Joseph Egleston,

feeling which should become habitual. t of Columbia Heights, Washington,

And it will be when all men accept !' D. C., who are touring the state on DR. J. C HOWELL Two New Five Room Houses, South West Orlando.

the teachings of the Prince of Peace." j their wedding trip.Mendelssohn. i Hours, 10-12. 3-5, and by appointment I

-Exchange. > Club : No extra charge: tor nouse treatment I

Many to Come Home for HolidaysThe The rehearsal of the Mendelssohn Except Night Ca1l3.Tdep.hone I

Christmas holidays will soon Club on Tuesday night is very impor- I connections i. -

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The Pine Street shop will be ready for business

Monday, with George Dolive> in charge of the passenger car in per-


sales department. fect condition, electric lights and

Mr. C. Wilson from Glens Falls, N. Y. will have *

charge of the repair department. Mr. Wilson <:4 starter, fully equipped with extra


comes to us highly recommended, and our guarantee :

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If { { & GOOD RIOD TIRES.[ j car is a real bargain at $500.00. !



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FOR RENT-Furnished rooms for 1Illber't, Laths grid: S11iJ.1glesOILANDC :
SENTINEL light housekeeping; also rooms for
lodging with or without board. This
property also for sale cheap. 623 W.
Church street., 12-11-61
WANTSThe

FOR RENT-To desirable people,
well furnished suite, bed room and
sitting room with private lavatory.Also .
single rooms, and a garage
Morning Sentinel Want Splendid location. No. 9 E. Washington -
i Directory is the Greatest Want St. 11-29-lmc : ) 4
Ad Medium in Orlando.
i
FOR RENT-Suite of rooms now occupied -
r. Terms Cash in Advance.RATES by Dr. Christ. Long term ,
I tenants 11-13-tfc only desired. Jno. M. Cheney.

I For One Day ______________25t Cement Plaster and Perfection Lime
For Three Days ____________oOc FOR RENT-Large, attractive room. Royal Agatite
For Six Days _______________75c Inquire No. 8 WesUWashington St.
THE BEST INVESTMENTYou For One Month ____________$2.50 11-8-tfc -
I This rate applies on all ads of I r.
25 words or less. If the ad con- FOR RENT-Small flat, modtrn con-
can make is in Property tains more than 25 words the rate veniences, unfurnished. Jas. A. HOUSEHOLD ECONOMYOn
near the business center. It will be one cent per word for Knox. 11-3-tf
class public each additional word, for each in-
has all the highest -
t
sertion.If FOR RENT-Large convenient rooms
s improvements.It you can't bring your ad to for light housekeeping. Also pleas- the ledgers of the Orlando Bank & Trust Company are the records ot

is Sure to Increase counts the office opened telephone! by telephone No. 24.will Ac-bepa.ab1e ant floor.sunshine Private front family bed room and on modern first many dollars saved by women of Orlando: and the vicinity who have learned how

i' the following day. conveniences. 315 West Central. much more economical it is to manage the homel.cld firanet s on the "pay-by-
In Value 11-24-tfc. "
" Every Home-Every Business- check" plan.
F Every Man has use for a
and while waiting will pay Sentinel Want Ad. FOR RENT-Apartment of four nice-
Economy in household management is daily becoming a more pressing .
(f a good percentage for your ly furnished rooms; gas, separate
i time. bath, new house; adults only. 604 necessity. Follow the example of those householders who have found the prac-

f. Better pay a fair price for FOR SALE Magnolia avenue. 11-10-tf-. tical solution of the problem of how to make the family inccme go farthest.An .
well located than tot WAXTED
t buy property for a song far out. FOR SALE-Two beautiful lots in appreciation of further interest on your part will be appreciated.
Colonial Park, $300 each; also cot- WANTED-Return portion of ticketto We Time Certificates
show the 4 on savings account on Deposit.
percent
Let us you comparison tage in Concord Park; modern im- New York Philadelphia or Bos- pay
; in location and prices jrovements. Rent pays 8 per cent.on ton via New York. Ladies' ticket
and we believe you will agree whole investment. Owner Box only. P. O. Box 207. 12-9-12t ORLANDO BANK & TRUST CO.

> with us.OSIANDO. 694, Orlando. 12-ll-6t
WANTED-Ladders for house paint-
FOR SALE-Good horse and buggy; ing. Address P. O. Bo' 351.

k BUILDING & LAND CO 12-8-Gt cheap. 208 East Robinson avenue. 12-10-3t ..-- Orlando, Florida

r .
ROOMS FOR RENT .JIIIIIIGIIIIIIIIOII.
II North Orange Avenue FOR SALE OR TRADE-One; No. 5
Oliver typewriter with splendid
t PHONE 608 leather case. Machine in excellent NICE, LARGE FURNISHED ROOM, .
condition used but very little. Call to adults only. 409 Delaney street.
OPPOSITE SAN JUAN HOTEL between 12 o'clock noon and 2 p. m. : 10-25-tf
t for terms. Inquire at Sentinel office. I
11-28-tf FURNISHED SLEEPING ROOMS
and light housekeeping rooms; TROPICAL EXPOSITION
FRED B. DALEC. close in; all conveniences. 305 North
I H. BRYANT FOR SALE-Ten acres fine orange Main street. 12.106tcMISCELLANEOUS
DAVIS A GILES. CounselF. land; about 3 acres cleared; 3-4 ofa
A. PEPPERCORN, Contractor mile south of Gill's store and 1-2 MID-WINTER
mile east of Lake Conway, on terminal -
E of proposed brick road. Ad
r -- dress Anna H. Piatt, R. R. No. 1, Box LOOK-City! lot and 10 Buick: ;' $235;
43, Orlando. 11-24-lm. each. W. R. Higgins, Orlando and

I Business Directortl l FOR SALE-Nice, comfortable home Chuluota. 12612tcIF OEL A. T DO., FL..A. '.

ForBUSY : for small family; grapefruit, guava
and orange trees; six squares of post- MONEY IS ANY OBJECT to
MEN.\ office. Apply to W. D. West 510 you, come to II. Kanner's New York FEB. 1915EDUCATIONAL
Marion avenue. or Hotel Astor. Bargain Store. \Ve will sell new 9-139
11-18-lmo goods for the holidays at sacrifive !
prices. 12-5-23t
SHOE HOSPITAL
Bouton Brothers corner Church FOR SALE-Five room house, one
and Orange avenue. Shoes repaired mile flan court house, $650. One THE WILLOLA HOTEL, 406 South
while you wait. Best rubber heels Liberty Brush automobile, $75. In- Orange avenue is now open. Beautiful -
40 cents. Best English tan leather. quire Shoe Hospital, 8 East Church location near Lake Lucerne. Horticulture Floriculture Domestic
Phone; 487. ll-15-lmo. street. 11-17-lmo" Home cooking. Spacious veranda. Embracing-Agriculture, ,

BUYERS AND SELLERSI Mrs. W. T. Walker. 11-19-lmoc Arts and Crafts, with exhibits of Stock, Hogs and Poultry,
FOR SALE-One seven
six cylinder automobile, 1 passenger.year old, BLASTING Subsoiling and Dynamiting and the products of South Florida. Racing, Polo, Sports I
of all kinds done short
buy sell rent, and exchange real first class condition. Don't answer on no-
estate. Have resided in Orlando Fla., unless interested. Address Bargain tice. A full stock of dynamite in AreoplansLectures and Entertainments all kinds
magazine at all times. See L. N.
30 Have handled
over years. over care of Sentinel. 11-14-tf
$20,000,000. Call and see me. Lewis, 406 S. East street Orlando.
10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER.Get 11-13-lmo
FOR SALE-Cabbage Plants,Charleston -
Wakefield $1.00 per thousand. LOST AND FOUND -For information or premium list, address
the news in the Sentinel first. Frank Phillips, Pine Castle. .

10-28-tf LOST-A pair of tortoise shell glasses i VVM. R. O'NEAL, Sec'y H. H. DICKSON, Pres"I'I'II"'IGtlll"1111111111111111.1011.

with large case. Reward will .
Christmas and New FOR SALE-Fine cypress fence posts.
be for
Fred B.
paid return to Dale.
Inquire of Frank Phillips Pine Cas .
Phone 376.
tle. 9-18-tf 12 Mfc 0 i I i i fr; ++fr .>1 1 1 1 m 1 .-Hlfcfe
Year Holiday I
LOST-White violet pin, set with
t FOR SALE-Forty acres of fine
hammock land; eight in grove; the pearls. Reward if returned to
Cheap Excursion FaresVia Hammond & Bunch's store. 12-2-tf
present crop of oranges will be from
tl 750 to 1,000 boxes; 500 trees all told,
the ready for st-tting-l0 acres in lake Get the news in the Sentinel first. I
one and quarter miles from Apopka. y1cntftfr1t
Price, 5000. Address W. IU Box IF YOU ARE LOOKING for well I
[ Atlantic Coast Line 178, Orlando Fla. 9-23-tf rooted orange and grapefruit buds
see H. C. McDaniel. Phone 708. .
For Sale
Standard Railroad of the South -- --
J' 30 Acres citrus and vegetable land
20 fenced 10 cleared, crop on it now, NOTICE-I have accepted agency for
ready for planting trees this winter Wilson & Toomer's fertilizers in SPECIALSpecial
and crop next spring; near school and Orange county and will appreciatethe
Tickets will be on sale by the Atlantic -
of their old
patronage customers,
church; half mile of railroad station; I
Coast Line to all
I points
ind hope to make new friends for this
four miles from
good neighborhood
I South of the Ohio and Potomac and ; firm. Their Ideal brands too well
are
East of the Mississipip Rivers, including court house. Special price if taken in
Washington Cincinnati,, Ev- next 10-25-tf 30 days. Box 4, Orlando. known My experience for any comment as a grower at my of hands.both Xmas Sale of Brass Beds at KINCAID

ansville, and Cairo, for all trains fruit and vegetables warrants we in
I December 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, saying: as their agent, I can be of '
25, and 31, and January 1, limited re- FOR SALE real service to those who have grove & SNOWDEN-
.
t turning January 6th; and to many Nursery. stOCk, one, two, three anc trouble. I am prepared to give to
I # points in the Northwest and South- four year old buds; Foster Kari: } my patrons not only my own experience -
west on December 19th to 24th, inclusive Pineapple Java Homosassa, Washington but that of the firm which cov-
r and 29th to 31st, limited re- Navel. Address Mrs. M. Kahle.. ers every detail of the citrus and veg- SALE PRICE $9.98Finished
f turning January 18. Also to Key Apopka. Fla. Phone 2222. 3-13-ti citrus industry. H. C. McDaniel. $20.00 BED
West and Havana, Dec. 17, 20, 24 Phone 708.
and 27, with limit January 3, 1915. Wood $1.50 a strand up. Hand'sCoal
For further particulars schedules,
i f reservations, etc., apply to Ticket Yard, phone 566. 9-31-tf in either polished brass or satine finish.
Agents Atlantic Coast Line, or address Phone 464
[ FOR RENTFOR
AUTO FOR HIRE

f J. G. KIRKLAND, D. P. A., RENT-New furnished house; FIRST CLASS REPAIRING with all cash sales.Kincaid
1 Tampa, Florida. all improvements; ground floor. BARNARD & SON We give coupons .
Also 2 light housekeeping rooms. 211
Jackson street. 12-8-6t 17 Hughey Street Orlando, Fla.
Take a slant at the want ads.
12-10-lm
FOR RENT-Beautiful dwelling with
garage; elegantly furnished; on
Lake Lucerne. Jas. A. Knox.


.Pin Street.JEWELER t. 8-27-tf FOR RENT-Large pleasant fur- IDEALCHRISTMAS & SnowdenLow

nished rooms, with private family; GIFTSare
close in. 302 North Orange avenue.
12-6-lwk Priced Furniture House.

FOR RENT-All or part of furnished, fancy wood bottom I

EXPERT WATCH MAKERI ioned comfortable, 5 room, cottage.homelike Phone old fash-care Cor. Main and Pine Sts. Orlando, FloridaiiifflIoNS

67 ll-6-6t, 712 South Division street. Serving Trays

make a specialtof Fine I -
Watch, Clock and Repairing
Jewelery -
FOR RENT-Rooms, with or without May be seen at -
; Diamond Setting,Ring I
and Spectacle Repairing. board; also rooms for light house- Dr. F. F.
keeping; several apartments from 1 210 N. Ave. ThompsonDENTIST
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Bring me repairs others have to 4 rooms each at very reasonable Orange iCARRIAGE "," :- ,
failed to do, and I will repair prices. Inquire of F. L. Anderson, ,je : .
them satisfactorily or no charge. 112 West Church street. Phone 459.
My prices are reasonable. 12-6-tf orPhone -AND- / 115 S. Orange Ave., over Curtis &

FOR RENT-12 room boarding house, 656and DR. L. H. RAMSDELi. O'Neal's Store
almost new; 9 good bed rooms, elec- BAGGAGE TRANSFER Hours 8.30 a.m. to 5.30 p.m.
CHAS. VATER OPTOMETRIST
tric lights and bath; $35 per month.F. Wednesday and
L. Anderson, office 112 W. Church a sample will) be takento Successor to Dr. G. F. '"' i Saturdays till 8 p.m
street. Phone 459. l. T. HARRELL Prop. ;
JEWELEREast 12-6-tf for 11-6-tf
ycu your inspectionand ORLANDO. FLORIDAWE

Pine Street, at Young's FOR RENT even room.house water order. Piano and Furniture FIT GLASSES. GRIND LENSES Eat what you want. ----
Repair Shop gas electric lights, bath:etc.; Specialty Eat all you want.
11-4-d&w-lm barn, stable chicken house; lot 100 by MADE IN ORLANDO Moving a AND DO ALL KINDS OF Take a postscript and forget it.
'Of: ft.. Apply at 735 North 0.-nn.v,.. I For sale by all druggists.
avenue. 10-31-tf 8 E. Church St. PHONE 487 OTTCAL REPAIRING I 1.7-d&w lir


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rrw SECRETARY STATEMENT"With GARRISON MAKES AT THE CHURCHE& TODAY When in Doubt About a



MY OBJECT the army thus increased, we Read the Following Announcements Christmas Present Buy a Book

would then be able to undertake the
-All Have a Mes-
TICKLE THE PUBLICSPALATE next necessity, which is absolutely for Orlando Everybody likes books and our line is
imperative, and that is, the prepara- sage
so large and varied that whatever the lit-
"
tion of a reserve, says Mr. Garrison. Churchgoers

The present legislation with respect erary tastes of your friends may te we can

to a reserve has proven utterly Methodist Church furnish book
a they will We will
Sunday school 9:45 a. m.; C. E. enjoy.
useless for the purpose it having pro-
WATCH THIS SPACE duced in 24 months only 16 men, and Howard No service superintendent.in the morning. wrap them ready for mailing and enclose a

there is little or no hope that it will Epworth League, 6:45 p. m.; J. N. greeting card if desired.

I ever properly accomplish its purpose. I Burden, president.

to |I The reasons why it wol not do it is the Sacred following concert program 7:30 p.will m., at be which ren- \v. S. BRANCH

? not profitable to discuss."I dered: ,
am firmly convinced that if we Hymn and prayer. The Arcade Book and Music SloreThe

1 can use the standing army as a school Orchestra overture.
Chorus, "Be Glad, 0 Ye Richteous.
through which to pass men who come Male quartet, "Lovely Night."
into it, with the knowledge that if Chorus by Baby LewisVave".

they are proficient they can be dis- (Gounod). M arl et
charged at any time after a year or Offertory, organ solo by Herman
F. Siewert: 1st Movement of
i I eighteen months we will begin at Guilmant's Sonata No.1, Intro- OF CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY
once to build up the necessary reserve duction in Allegro.
and will for the first time in Solo, "Abide With :Me" Mrs. J. B. OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
A ::Magruder Jr. FRESH
AND SALT MEATS
the military history of this country
Male "Day Is Dying in the
quartet
;i have something approximating a balanced West." Kept under the best sanitary conditions.

.; BUYERS TO SHARE IN PROFITS organization." Duet "Hark Hark My Soul" Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
CARS 1! The secretary gives a table show- (Nevin). Mr. Curry, Mrs. Magruder. and
LOWER PRICES ON FORD pure.
,i ing the war resources of other nations Chorus "I Will Lift Up Mine We invite inspection and guarantee Ratisfaetion. We have
Effective from August 1, 1914 to August in proportion to our own and Eyes." everything in the Meat Line.
1,1915 and guaranteed against any reduction comments: Organ solo Mr. C. E. Wade.

during that time: "Whatever else may properly be Organ Benediction.postlude.Mr. I H. HVX. Self & Co.

drawn from the facts as disclosed it A. P. director Mr. C. E.
Curry ; PHONE NO. SO
Touring Car $555.00Runabout can not be disputed that it is imper- Wade, organist; Mr. A. A. Patch, or- I PINE STREET

505.00 i I ative that we have in this country a chestra director.
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Christian Science
very much larger percentage of men
F. O. B. Orlando. AU ear fully equipped. Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. '
j who have had military training -
proper Services at 11 a. m.; subject "God
I farther we will be able to obtain the mai'mum effirlent7in ; and who are in a position to instantly the Preserver of Man." .
cur factory production and the minimum coat in e.rpurrheeing :t of the Wednesday evening meeting 7:45. .
the call
and .ale departments If wo reach an out.rat .f respond to na
100.000 tara between the ab.... datea. tion." Third floor, corner South Orange I

And should we reach this prodaetlon. w. agree to pay a. lie then takes up this recommendation avenue Church and street.Church street. Entranceon LET ME BEAUTIFY YOUR GROLNDS t
ear (on or abet I
buyer's aharo from $10 to ftO per
the Annul 1.1MS to C'l'erp retail buyer who purchases a new i of bringing the present army Christian and Missionary Aliance WHETHER A COUNTRY ESTATEOR
Ford ear between August 1. lilt and A c_t 1. HIS- up to full strength by the addition of Every Sunday at 22 West Pine.
further particulars regarding these low price and pro t- Sunday school at 2:30 and preaching -
For : 25,000 men the mobile in continental -
; army at 3:30 p. m. A SMALL CITY LOT
see
sharing plan. i>, United States to consist after Come, and bring the children.

F. G. RUSH, this addition of 49,602 men, after con- Catholic Church

templated addition are made to the Third Sunday in Advent. BLUE i PRINTS AND DETAILED PLANTIHG INSTRUCTIONS -
Phone 226 Sunday school, 9 a. m.
forces in the Philippines Hawaii, the
High Mass and sermon 10 a. m. ) AT REASONABLE FKICIS\
canal zone and Porto Rico. Rosary instruction and Benedic-
: tion, 7:30 p. m.
All welcome.St. .
I Want ads. are business pullers. Luke's CathedralThe

Very Rev. II. R. Remsen dean. Werner F. NehrlingLANDSCAPE
Third Sunday in Advent.
The Holy Communion 7:30 a. m.
"GET IT AT Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. ARCHITECTAND
Morning prayer and sermon 11:00.
Evening prayer 4:30. --
ALLENS"I Illustrated talk for children on
CONSULTING HORTICULTURISTIf
missions 5 p. m.
Illustrated lecture on missions,
I 7:30 p. m.First. you contemplate planting a citrus groveit

Presbyterian Church will payroll; to get my advice.
"'i t. y4gr 1 (Worshiping at the Grand Theatre)
l. I Rev. Jno. W. Stagg, pastor. Local Agent for BUCKEYE NURSERIES
Sunday school at 9:45 a. in.; W. R. Fla
Tampa
O'Neal superintendent. The Sunday
: school will meet in the Sunday school
\ room as usual. OHice Above PEOPLES NATIONAL PARK?
Men's Bible! class at 9:45
a. m.
M f 'I., t1 t J + .a$ e Services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. PHONE 570 u-io-ti
Morning sermon "Some Amen?:in
Problems." Evening sermon, "Sinewsof

w- > Prayer Strength.meeting" Wednesday at 7:30 J

o. m. .
Forrest Dabney Carr choir director ---- --

p ; Miss Roberta Branch, organist.
Both morning and evening services
will be held in the Grand theatre. A THE CHASE & CO
'ordial invitnt'on' is extended the pub-

lic to all First services.Baptist ChurchAt \ PACKING HOUSE AT ORLANDOIs

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( the Lucerne)
Suggestions Rev. Edward T. Poulson D. D., modern fully equipped with the best up-to-

pastor.Mr. date machinery, and gives the citrus grower the
Samuel A. Newell superintendent -
of the Sunday school; Mr. Geo. PROPER PAll;i\G
from W. Phillips director of the choir; FIRST AID riJ
Mr. William S. Branch, Jr., organist. HIGHEST I'1Il'ESwhich
This church extends its cordial hospitality -
Our Catalog to all who come within its however, would not accomplish the end desiredby
doors. If you have no church home the grower, if he did not also have available the services -
here come and be at home with us.
Sunday school at 9:30 a. m. Classesfor
.
O Size Col.1 Filled all ages and teachers with well ofTHE
$14.75O prepared lessons. CHASE & CO
Guaranteed 20 Wan Size Gold Filled Public worship at 11 a. m. and 7:30p.
F..e1y Jew'id: ClemMowneit: or 't "' '; Cpen Face Case m., with the pastor in the pulpit. SALES AND DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM
7.iam -'a-a--; Guaranteed 23 Years Morning subject, "Visions That Call.

No 306 __ I Finely VaUham, Jeweled MoiementNo. FJg-n or Us On. which, with selling forces thoroughly organized, experienced -
Subject of e"eningsermon, "The
303 competent and reliable.
Mcgr.etic Christ.John, 12:32.
II. Y. P. U. at 6:30 p. m.; Mr. Eugene GIVES THE GROWER

Reid, president. HIGHEST AVERAGE NET RESULTS
Good music. Attentive ushers. All
seats free. Welcome!
Antioch Primitive BaptistR. CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED

A. McCuoud pastor. GROWERS' MARKETING AGENTS
The public is cordially invited to
attend services at the Antioch Primi- CHASE & COMPANYMain
!. Cdd irc4 } A, SIIOO: Sold God: No 8070( tive Baptist church Sunday Decem-
.' English Finish
Gold J.u I Hand Engraved:
Rua.. Paw; ., ,a Genuine Pink Cameo ber 13. Office, Jacksonville Florida
Covenant meeting at 3 o'clock m.
; Pendant p.
\ Pncn.Attachment Safety Catch and Communion and feet washing at 8 9-30-d&w A. R. BOGUE, Agent, Orlando,
\ o'clock p. m. Sermon subject, "The
$1 SO No h53 Militant Church.'
&arf,Pin and Link Set $17CO 12 Size 14 K Co'd'! Filed No. 308 Unitarian Church
Used lIed. 1nf..1I1-'m'llI;; Open face Case Guarantee 25 Year (Corner Central Ave. and West St.) Fla.1
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Finely Jeweled Elgin c: Rev. Eleanor E. Gordon minister. -i--. .
Waiiam! Movement Sunday school at 10 a. m.; subjectof r
i lesson The Book of Daniel.
l t>-.>->vp;;; .:pnp f Church service at 11 a. m.; subjectof
.
S3 50 No $384 sermon "The Promised Land" Hammond Gore
!S 75 No 807Z Solid Gold. EnI-sh Finish First meeting of the Round Table
i Solad Fane Gold.Amethyst Englash Finish Fine Kvman Pearl.* Sunday evening at 7:30 o'clock; sub-

t-]' Patent Safety Doublet Catch \ ject:Mothers: for discussion Receive Pensions, "Should From Widowed the I 'FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. I

State?"
; Miss Gordon is at home to all who
S.oo No 7933 +, $1200 (lk REAL VALUES LOW PRICES
Sohd GoUEngluh r-" Genuine; Fine White wish to see her on Monday afternoonsat
!!: Finish Diamond Unity Chapel.
Genuine Pink Coral .Cameo $950 Noo In 14 K Tiffany Mounting Unity Circle on Wednesday after- COMPARE
Solid Gold 79J& N... 31 noon. Paper by Mrs. J. C. Howell;
38 oJ subject "Be Fair to the Catholic."
English Finish
$:oooGenuine Reconstructed Ruby !2SOO Story hour and folk dancing for the I OUR FURNITUREWe I
Fine White And Rose Diamond Ccnuine Fine \\1.ite children on Friday afternoon at 2:15.
\ Diamond Diamond Mrs. Stanley and Miss Hainer lead- provide the quality of furniture that has I long
In 14 K Tiffany .VounbnsNo. In 14 K Tiffany Mounting ers.
33 N9 41 been accepted knowing furniture buyers as the t
standard of merit. If article is here it is
55000 IT IS FSEZ an good
MAIL ORDERS '
a
Genuine Fine White TO MY MOTHER It wouldn't here were it otherwise. We can't make
: Send for our illus- $75t'
new Any article pictured here ) I
tTl4 Kmoif tratcd Catalog.: It contains or in our Catalog for- Genuine Fine: White Most of all the other beautiful this point too clear-it is one of the foundation stones

-- M,, -4.. ounllDJ the latest productions in warded express prepaid 'La 14 K Diamond things in life come by twos and I of this business, and that means much to any buyer.
EWELRY. We will have on receipt of the price. NOD"u! **" -' threes, by dozens and hundreds! I I Io
pleasure in sending it. Delivery guaranteed. Plenty! of roses, stars sunsets rain-

I bows; brothers and sisters aunts and McNEttL & DAVIS BLOCK, I IU

cousins but only one mother in all Cor. Orange Ave. and Church SI.. Orlando Fla. .1
ALLEN & COMPANYORLANDO the gin.wide world.-Kate Douglass Wig- J

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Prosperity is the blessing of the

JEWELERS FLA. Old Testament; adversity is the blessing -
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new house at the corner of New Eng- CATHEDRAL DEFEATS PALATKAIn guards; Birdie'Reed and Thelma Hy- LOSS ABOUT 590,000

WINTER PARK NEWS land and Interlachen avenues. u. S. N. EQUAL TO ANY ers, forwards. t

Mrs. W. F. Blackman entertainedtHe Good Game Last Night Locals Mabel Stanton and Elizabeth Daugh- Paris Dec. 11.-While the Frenchwar

young matrons of the town last Down Palatka by Scoreof try substitutes. Miss Marjorie Bar- office does not issue lists of
Many Interesting Items From Tuesday afternoon.Mr. Fletcher Says Navy Need Fear 26 to 4 i stow chaperon. Mr. Geo. Everson losses in the war, a correspondent

City North of Orlando- and :Mrs. Robins who have None Except Great Britain refereed the game. by inquiry in various quarters esti-
Many Personal -Little Cause for The Cathedral school basket I that the French
been in the Bradshaw cottage several ball Palatka plays Rollins at Winter mates had lost in

Notes weeks go to Orange City Saturdayto Worry team easily defeated Palatka high !Park tonight and expects to give the dead up to November 19 a little un-

be near some old friends from school Friday night the score being 26 ,:college girls a much harder fight than der 100,000 men. The number of
Winter Park Dec. 10.-The new their former home. Washington Dec. 10.-The abilityof to 4. Cathedral led from the start I! wounded and sick soldiers in French

golf course is certainly at its best the American navy to meet the and the result was not long in doubt i'I they at put least up break last night even on as they their wantto trip. hospitals on November 19 appears to .
just now and many devotees of the i fleet of country except that for the fast Cathedral '
war and
BILLS BEFORE CONGRESS any centers Rollins the last have been about 400000. The Swgovernment's
college girls at
game are initiating the course. of Great Britain was the declarationof guards easily outclassed their opponents -:'I said that believed game bureau for the ex-*
The Ladies' Aid Society of the Con- the house and Rear Admiral Fletcher today be- and the Palatka forwards had night they they
Other bills passed by I would win but were not over confi- change of prisoners of war has the .
gregational church held a bazaar at awaiting senate action include ,fore the house naval affairs commit- few chances to show what they coulddo. names of 90,000 French prisoners in
dent. A crowd of Orlando
Hocker Memorial Tuesday afternoon, The Jones bill granting qualified tee. Possibility of conflict with Great The whole Palatka team showeda I large people I I I Germany. Taking these figures together
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independence to Filipinos.The i I I is expected to be at the game to-
and though it was advertised only Britain was so remote, said Admiral lack of the their '
Alexander seaman's bill. coaching opponents night and judging from past performances : the total losses of the French
two days and rain came yet it netted Bills limiting the hours of serviceof Fletcher that he did not believe in a I have had, but they have good of both teams it should be a I j army would be about 590,000 men.
the ladies a neat sum. railway employes to create a bu- naval policy to control the oceans .material and should bring out a I
Miss Maud Enlow entertained the reau of labor safety to regulate the I' close game. The Rollins line-up will
that
against country. team before the
ladies sewing circle Wednes- interstate shipment of immature strong end of the be: Helen Warlow and Phil Edwards I Many Ocala people will be inter-
young Admiral Fletcher was under -
question
; calves to increase the amount of de- I season. I forwards; Misses Galolway and Stone 1 ested to learn of the announcement of
day afternoon.Mr. posits allowed in postal savings all day at the first public hearing !
II The Cathedral line-up was: Marian centers; Misses Nienenga and Freeman the engagement of Miss Fanny S.
and Mrs. Raymond Ward and banks to pension widows and chil- on the naval appropriation bill !I
Rev. and Mrs. Enlow went to Sanford dren of veterans of the Spanish war held in lie plied Smith and Jane Green forwards; guards. j Robinson to Mr. Donald A. Cheney Ii
was
and insurrection and to many years. Ruby Shiver and Marian Jones,
Philippine centers made
Tuesday in Orlando at
Tuesday evening to hear Karl Lehman with about i i a pretty I
national field worker of the make more law.stringent the campaignpublicity as compared many questions with those in the our inter-navy and; Ella Taylor Slemons( captain. ) I'I'I Don't wait for every one in town to. luncheon given by Miss Mary Robinson I
I Dorothy Daniels, guards.Palatka's have the before Miss Robinson's sister.-Ocala
Young People's Society of Christian Two bills are pending in conferenceone national war. lie replied that ours Entrican painter
providing for enlarged home- line-up was: Katherine Am too to look Star. ,
try.
Endeavor. I' you Tmsy you
steads and another to restrict the was overmatched only by that of Zart and Grace Uri centers; Jonita Phone 636 and I will be the 1
Prof. E. S. Palmer gave a very traffic in opium. England but if the United States I O'Haver ', up. on I
and
thoughtful address at the meeting of I I As a result of the November elections continued her present policy of two Pauline Jacobson.. iI I i job. 1-20-tf::! I Get the news in the Sentinel first. ..

the Fortnightly Club Monday night !, today also marked the beginning battleships a year and Germany con- -- --- -
!l of the end of the legislative ca-
ucation. :Misses Clark and Collins I I I reers of scores of members of the tinued her present plans she soon -
on Defects of Modern American Ed- I present congress. would be far in the lead.
I 1 Leader Underwood will 1 1
were the hostesses. Light refresh- Majority
hold the house leadership but three' WHY
ments were served. RUSSIA HAS MANY PRISONERS EXPERIMENT?
!I months longer. lie goes to the senate -; I
The Orlando high school team came j j in March. Hardwick of Georgia I ,
up and played our school a game of ||I a house member"for many years will Official Statement Says Czar Has :,
.= baseball Tuesday afternoon result- be sworn in immediately as a new 750,000 Austrians and GermansI'

ing in a score of 3 to 0 in favor of senator-elect the term of the from late Georgia Senator filling Bacon.out in His Empire A Box of REAL Good Cigars is What Every Man Wants.

Winter Park. "Pork barrel" fights and Republican -
The faculty recital of Rollins Col- filibusters against "Democratic London Dec. 11- An attache of We Have Packed in Attractive Christmas
will be held at Knowles Hall Fri- extravagance" will enliven the session .
lege
the Russian government now in London
-
according to indications today. Boxes Our Famous Brands.
day evening of this week. The pub- The rivers and harbors committee intends who left Petrograd last week,
lic is invited. Admission free. to. report out a big rivers and states that he was informed by an of- I
Rev. Mr. Simonds of Philadelphia harbors budget and the public buildings ficial of the department of the interior -

is here for his winter vacation.Mr committee thinks it should bringin which has charge of the mainte- "Tt7C "
a bill. A third "pork barrel" is the FCI..CT,1: :
and :Mrs. C. H. :Morse are back
$25,000,000 appropriation for good nance of the prisoners that there are ,
for the season. roads which the house sent over to now in Russia, exclusive of Germans
the senate last session and which is ANnE
We wish every parent would read awaiting action in the upper cham- reported as captured in the opera- I
the letter recently published in The ber. tions now under way in north Poland I -
Sentinel calling attention to the very 750,000 Austrian and German prisoners ::7 SOU-TS::

dangerous practice of parents buyingtoy FROM ILLINOIS TO FLOKIDA of war. Of this number only 200-
!
guns and air rifles for their chil- II. S. Beard and Wife Have Joined are Germans. The remainder are

dren and allowing them to "shoot" at the Ranks of the Winter Residents Austrians, and most of them were i No Experiment When
11 You Buy These Brands Which
people. Here in Winter Park we have in OrlandoMr. captured during the campaign in Ga- ; arc _

seen small boys four and five years and Mrs. II. S. Beard of Mc- licia. On Sale at Your Dealers at The Regular Retail 1
old and even older boys paradingthe Leansboro Ill., have returned to join .
street pointing air guns and bro- the ranks of the winter visitors to Up to date painting papering, etc.,I Prices-No Advance For the Christmas
is the kind Where
ken revolvers at people as they pass the City Beautiful. Both of these estimable you want. to get
along the street. Parents who allow I people were delighted to it? That's easy phone 636. W. T. Packages. Ask the Man Who Smokes.

such things are criminally negligent reach Orlando yesterday afternoon on Entrican. 1-20-tf I

for the habit all too frequently re- I the Tampa Special after having been Who is your painter and decorator? CURRY & SMITH CIGAR COMPANY
sults in the death of some innocent in the north all summer. Mr. and If you are satisfied keep the one you

person. Let the agitation continue I Mrs. Beard are visiting their daugh- have: if not phone W. T. Ertriran. iManafacturers of
"THE SMOKE OF SATISFACTION"
until the habit is stopped.Mr. I I ter Mrs. W. M. Davis, on the corner Ne. 636. 1-20-tf

: G. W. Leonard is building a if Church and West streets. Mighty convenient-Sentinel wants. II I


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Autos;, Trains,' All-Wood Dolls--positively: unbreakable Paints, and numerous others. J II'Racmg



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


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


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

t 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
The Nature Dolls look
new Tango Babies $1.00

like real 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.
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F GIFT IDEAS I GIFT IDEAS I 1y

Manicure Sets, $1.25 to $1.00 MONDAY NIGHT
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Pajamas, $1.00 to ----------- 55.00
burrows, $2.00 to ____________ $3.50 --
Picture Frames, 35c. to _______ C7:|%Q First Show 7 P. M. Shirts, 75c. to -------------- $4.00Clocks

$1.50 to _____________ $5.00. Ties, 25c. to ----------------- $1.50
REX DRAMA, TWO REELS ____ _____
Jewel Boxes, 35c. to Half Hose, lOc. to u $1.00
--------- S6.00

Combs, 25c. to_______________ $3,00 "HIS UNCLE'S WILL"STERLING Bath Robes, $4.50 to----------$10.00

Brushes, $1.00 to QQ to -
Qg Jackets
------------ Smoking $4.50 -----$12.00

Madiera Sets and Doilies,UOc.to $< 1.ETA COMEDY: Gloves, 50c. to_____ _________ $3.00 0

;. Center Pieces, $1.00 to ------- C1..CA "DOT'S ELOPMENT" Hats $1.50 to _______________ $5.DO ; -
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Scarfs, $1.00 to u ___ X7.50Cluney '
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$6.00Handkerchiefs
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A Dresden Reed Baskets, $1.00 to. $2.50, Caps, 50c. to ---------------- $2.00

Dolls, 75c., $1.00 and_________ $1 50 T.f Pay aisit to our Soda Fountain and Lucheonette.Admission Suits, $15.00 to .__ ".----- ---$25.00
Free until 6.30 p.m.Admission .
Pullman Slippers------------- $1.50 and Raincoats,
Overcoats $5. to$25.00 R
Nights, Children, 5c., Adults, lOc
Toilet Sets, $3.00 ----------$25.00 Jr.


RICH CUT GLASS GIFT UMBRELLAS GIFT SUGGESTIONS

IN LEVTHER GOODS
You will find on the Third Floor a particularly Never was such a MAGNIFICIENT SELEC-
brilliant display of ALL THE NEWEST TION SEEN IN ORLANDO, from the practical, A BEAUTIFUL LINE OF HANDBAGS, in
STYLES AND CUTTINGS OF THE FINEST everyday umbrella to the handsome novelty filter all leathers and silks, $1.00 to $10.00
,CUT GLASS IN AMERICA.: and gold mounted affairs. PARTY CASES, square and oblong shapes,
Many of the designs are exclusive. PRICES Special Values beautifully fitted in nickle and gilt
$1 00 to $1 0
ARE VERY LOW. I. $2.00 to 30.00
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Silk Hosiery in Fancy Boxes Special Invitation to All Hand Painted NipponChina][ =,

Handkerchiefs, Perfumery in Fancy Boxes

L Wonderful Selection Vantines I P1

Marabou Scarfs Dear:Madam:
One of the expert Corsetieres from Geisha Flowers
Sterling Silver BagsLadies' the makers of the famous La Victoire
Corsets willisit us and give practical Oriental Violet
Suits Coats Dresses demonstrations of the most up-to-date ,
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'1 models of these famous garments show-
'= Rugs and Furniture ing how they improve the figure and the. TurkishJSlossomCorylopsis
4 perfect ease with which they are worn.
Beautiful Pictures We hope you will be able to visit us dur- _\>Japan
C ing this interesting exhibition. '
Slippers For AlllDainty Yours truly, Sandalwood.Extract j
THE YOWELL-DUCKWORTH CO.
Neckwear The Corset Department Toilet Water
Dec. 14th to Dec. 26th, inclusive. I
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nihilated so frequently.Mrs. <
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I has just come to continue her
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. PERSONAL SERVICE practice in massotherapy.. i


Mr. and Mrs. D. I*. Biasof! Ocoee, i .
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FUL GIFTS. I ; '
The party who picked up three one -.1
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The most useful, encouraging, help- I dollar bills in front of the Pure Food .
Store will please return same to that
ful gift for Christmas is a State Bank : '
store without further request. Its ; i
BURGLARS .
Sating Account. Opened before the 23th t. : : ,

and presented on Christmas morning, it Mrs. Florence Shine and sister
I and Sneak Thieves Hold Scare
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Miss Mary Howard, went up to San-i } -
cannot but be appreciated to the fullest. "
ford last evening to visit friends
for those who I keep their valiiaMcs -
A Four per Cent Account leads to almost over Sunday. !,

limitless opportunities in the life of in our vault.]
I. Mrs. Ed. Grossman and daughter, :

I any young person.INTEREST Miss Neil, arrived in Orlando yester- !' Safe Deposit Itoxcs
!/fi>.. .GII \\.. day from Chippewa Falls, Wis., and
will spend the winter with Mrs. G. E. ::- $1 per year and up.

Hauselt, at the Summerlin. : .-. .. ..
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church are planning to have their an- j| ,.- -.. '
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December 16th, at the Plaza restaur- | .
ant in the Arcade building. i; :....... ... ..' .'. :L. .;-'

LOCAL AND PERSONALJ. i ..- -_.
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Mrs. B. M. Robinson returned home

B. Steinmetz, of Wekiwa Springs, yesterday afternoon on the Tampa I'

FOR SALE' was in the city yesterday.Mr. Special from Detroit, Mich., where I ." .
'
I Iz she has been visiting relatives and -

Ii i Frank Bumby left yesterdayfor friends for several weeks. '
I Sanford where he will remain for i
several days on business. Mrs. B. Drew, who has been absent I <1 J11ftl l illX } 1 l 0
I from Orlando all l summer, dividing I
2300 acres of unimproved -
George T. Smith and Z. \V. Tilden, her time between points of interest i i ..
pine land fine of Winter Garden, were business call- in Kentucky, returned home last .
.
truck and fruit land, big I ers in Orlando yesterday. night. i 1 . :;." ).,. .: ::'- .!::< :.
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portion of it has clay _. .
I K. R. Tomlin, of Plant City, shook Mr. and Mrs. W. V.'. Pierce and son, --
and marl sub'soil.. S *
u- hands with his many friends here Master William, came up yesterday 4
uate on County road I l yesterday. I afternoon from Tampa to visit Mrs.
Pierce's parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. M.
within seven miles of I
Mr. A| I:. Wrenn, a well known Newman, on Anderson street.
Orlando. I citizen of Orlando, is spending today
Mr. C. W. Tomkies, The Sentinel's
in Jacksonville.
f 54.40 will XMAS LINE
an acre buy _
Taft
I I valued correspondent at was
r. this tract and the propo- Before having pictures see "life numbered among the representative

sition is a 'cinch" as ar \ motion pictures" at Evans', 100 North citizens visiting the county metropolis -
I terrn.arl.'s Ideal
r small investment. This I Main. 11 25-tf yesterday.Mr. a : :

price is for quick sale. \ Mrs. Carey Hand, who has been C. E. Howard went down to Ar-
relatives and friends in Jacksonville cadia last evening to be present today -
If want this land visiting
you 'I Fountain PensAPPRECIATED
for several days, returned when the Florida conference
f call on home yesterday afternoon.Mrs. which is in session at that place
? I makes the ministerial appointments.Mr. .

:t I :Mary: O. Beeman and Mrs.
S. T. Nelson, representing : Win. GIFTSMcIroy's
Geo. B. Green, who have been spend-
I It
Weinert & Company, Philadelphia,
; ing several days in Tampa, returnedto
{ S. G. Dolive & Son Orlando yesterday? commission Orlando and merchants will make, has this arrived city his in

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headquarters for some time. He is -
t REAL ESTATENo. Mr. Joseph Gentile was a southbound
making his home at the San Juan.
I passenger yesterday afternoonover
3 WEST PINE STREET the Atlantic Coast Line, going
Mr. C. L. Shepherd, representingthe
I to Frostproof, in Polk county, where Pharmacy
Second Floor Bay City Packing company, of
j j he has large grove interests. He will Apalachicola, Fla., spent yesterday in .

.1 I return Thursday. Orlando booking orders for his fresh I
cove oysters. Mr. Shepherd was for- '

I merly stationed in the city as agent 'II Agents Phone 20
I for the express company. i iI
Are your hens laying? If not, why not ? I I I

I llrs.Iontcalm Broward who has j I j
Try Aunt Patsy's Poultry Food. Guaranteed
been visiting her daughter, Mrs. LeRoy -j I.. _... ..AI
B. Giles, at her home on Lucerne |
Everything in the Chicken line.
I Circle, returned yesterday afternoonto 1I : ; CIIII'IIIIIIIIDIIIIIIIIIII.IIII'II"I"II''II"I'* "II

{ Wright Seed Company Giles her, who home accompanied in Fort George.her Mrs.I 1\': I

I home, will return to Orlando Wednes :
Phone 179 206 So. Orange A\e. day. I
I Ir '

Mrs. B. Beacham and daughter,
,
Miss Norma, who have been absent
I from Orlando for some weeks, during
Big Sacrifice of Millinery! I I i which they visited points of interestin
New York and North Carolina,

Special forSaturday- I returned home yesterday on the Atlantic -
i Coast Line train from Jacksonville -
.. Monday TuesdayAll arriving here at 1:14 p. m.

trimmed Hats $3.50 & $4.89 I Orange Blossom lodge. No. 80, F. : i

& A.1.., was honored last Monday
Untrimmed Hats $1.00 to $2.49 evening by a visitation from District .

Deputy Grand Master L. L. Payne, of -
$5.00 Plumes, $2.98 Orlando. A large number of visiting

brethren from nearby lodges, as well i -== -::::-""- ---.'.;.;.
as from a distance, were and
present 1915 HARLEY-DAVIDSON-II Horsepower 3-Speed Sliding Gear Transmission Automatic ; ;
Mrs. Frank
Soper, 24 Church St. the occasion proved a most pleasantand
profitable one for the fraternity.After Mechanical Oil Pump. Step-Starter and 66 Refinements $275.00.

the meeting an oyster supper

I was enjoyed at the Broadway cafe, W. WHITNEY WRIGHT 1290rlando: 1.nuc:
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Advertise in The Sentinel !I fifty-seven Masons being present.- ,

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