The morning sentinel
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Title: The morning sentinel
Uniform Title: Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 6 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando Fla
Creation Date: December 15, 1914
Publication Date: 1913-1918
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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oclc - 34297093
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Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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City Rocked 1! i' -


gas which rocked the entire west end I I I i KM V I, -

of the city wrecked a two story brick Muelhausen: Also in Danger Impudent Note Comes to Secretary Nothing New to Report Con- Head of Bureau Says More At- If U. S. Should Pattern After

apartments and a business block west From French Who Take Bryan From Mexican I cerning Operations in Eastor tention Should Be Given to Her the Strongest Nationin
of Madison avenue early this evening, I
killing seven persons, injuring nine Violent Initiative in Chief-No Action Has West-Several Thou- Survey Work by the I World WouldResult

others, and three families were prac- : FlandersParis Yet Been Taken sand Russians Taken United States i
tically wiped out of existence by the I I _
explosion. There are several injured I Dec. .-In Belgium along Washington, Dec. 14.-Carranzaz Paris, Dec. 14.-A dispatch to the Washington, Dec. 14.-The need of iI] Switzerland has never been conquered -
victims who may die, and four per- : the Lorraine frontier in front of has warned the state department to Temps from Copenhagen says that al- more money with which to completethe i and it has never attempted to

sons are missing. : Metz, and in Alsace the French have consider the firing across the border though the Kaiser's condition is still American navy's chart equipmentis conquer any other nation. Its military -
by American troops at Naco to be an I urged in a statement before the system is for I'efent-e only and
again forced the Germans back, according serious he shows his
"act of hostility." The full text of I very customary house. naval committee today from military aggression is unthought of.
TERRIFIC SNOW STORMCountry to official announcementsmade the Carranza statement was not given -: spirit and determination and he will Capt. Thomas Washington in chargeof Many times recently public speake

today. to the press by Secretary Bryan. !. quit his bed and proceed to the west- the naval hydrographic office, in j and writers in the United States havI .
Owing to the constantly increasing Very high officials in'the war department ern battle field in a few days despite which emphasis is laid upon the fact "I praised the wise system in bemoaning -
Gripped by Fearsome pressure which is being exerted by I discussing the Carranza the tearful supplications of the anx- that the British government's chart- !i the unpreparedness of Americafor
Blizzard From Alabamato statement today, exupressed the opin- ious Kaiserin and the advice of his ing of the world is more complete., war. The Swiss system is admired -
Joffre's againstthe
right wing I
Maine-Cold army I ion that in view of the warning about doctors that he remain in bed. :than that of any nation. Speaking of I because it costs little and
here Germans in the Woerve region the firing across the border by Amer- I I the survey work of his bureau especially -i keeps the young men of the nation
where the invading forces are con ican troops it means that a "state of : All Quiet Along Fronts around Cuba, Capt. Washington I i from industry scarcely at all, yet

Washington, Dec. .-Whirling stantly being hurled back on the line j war exists between the United States Berlin Dec. 14.-An imperial press says he has "no doubt that had produces a trained body of men
forward at a tremendous speed win- between the Meuse fortresses and and Mexico." : bureau commenting on the situationat Admiral Cervera known of these I which the strongest military power
ter's decided attack today had left Metz. In the note Carranza is understoodto both fronts today says that there channels we found down there those I| in the world could only attack with
.snow or cold weather in its wake Developments in this region were I have pledged himself to do all he is no fresh operations to report. The ships of his might have gone into i!I the assurance of meeting a fearful
throughout the East, from Alabamato the most significant of the day. A i iI can to end the condition which the general advance of the allies in Flan other anchorages and we would have :t!! resistance and suffering enormous
Maine. Storm warnings were displayed -I violent cannonade was directed department complained of, but distinctly -,: ders which had been declared to be no knowledge of how to get in there J' losses. .
along the Atlantic seaboard against the German artillery posi- I and firmly reserves to the the beginning of a reconquest of Bel- between those reefs." I| It is interesting to note that the

from Hatteras to Eastport, while tions located on the heights along the :Mexican: government all the right and guim was denied by the bureau. "The same," continues Capt. Washington J I adoption of the Swiss system would
heavy snows delayed: business in Meuse riser but failed to provoke any authority to act upon these condi- i News from the Austrian theatre "is true of other coasts that ., change the United States from the
parts of New England Tennessee considerable response and the air I tions. says the Austrians are progressing we have surveyed. We keep such as weakest on land of the great nationsof
New York, Pennsylvania Ohio and scouts made reconnaissance which resulted The army officers say that the Car- '; favorably in the Carpathians and near we deem confidential; do not send the earth to the most formidable.
the mountain districts of the Middle in the discovery that the Ger- I ranza statement is a direct challenge Przemysl where several thousand them to other nations and, similarly, I I I I Here are the figures: To defend her
Atlantic States. Fifteen inches of man batteries had abandoned their I' to the United States an dtherefore i Russians have been made prisoners. I have no doubt that the British and neutrality Switzerland has now mobilized ,

snow fell at Oswego, N. Y. positions, the fury of the French fire i they regard the situation as one of I other nations have many more confidential -I 300,000 men. Her population I Ij
Decided drops in temperature were evidently having forced them to with- I increasing tense interest. BERLIN REPORT ERRONEOUS charts than we have. Whenwe j I is ;3,800,000. In the same 'ratio of
almost general throughout the East draw north.Strassburg. I When asked what the next step have charts that the mercant sail- i army to population the United States
and Middle West. As far south as and Muelhausen are still I would be Secretary Bryan said nothing -, London, Dec. .-The report issuedin ors use, we send them to other nations -I would have 7,800,000 soldiers in time
the west gulf coast the mercury fell threatened by the French advance.In I new had been determined. Secretary Berlin Saturday regarding Russian complimentary." ;: of great need. Even Germany had
I to below the freezing point and to be- Alsace gains have been made daily Garrison said no new orders had losses in Poland did not emanate from The navy department has advised only 5,000,000 trained men when this
.. low zero in'the upper Mississippi val- against German resistance in this ter- I been issued by General Bliss. The ,., headquarters and must be regardedas the committee that the charts for !great war started, while Russia prob-
ley and the north plains states. ritroy despite superiority of the Ger- secretary said that the general was unofficial says Reuter's Amster- which merchant ships are clamoringare ably had about the same number on
Continuance of wintry weather was man defensive positions. The Ger- I to "await orders." i dam correspondent. most in demand for the English : whom she could depend without fur-
predicted today by the weather bureau mans attempted to return to the of- I channel, North sea. Straits of Dover : ther instructions.
which gave warning of freezing i the north of Ireland and Scotland the' It is this of the
fensive northwest of Cernay during sense enormous reserve -
temperatures for the Gulf and South 'the day, but the attack was repulsed. MANY A ARE PARDONED RAIN CAUSES TROUBLESunday west French coast and Denmark, Norway of men, "cannon fodder" in the
I .,
Atlantic States south Florida
except Following a lull of about twelve' and Sweden. The navy's great- the 100,000,000 population of the
and ordered up the cold wave flag in i hours in the fighting in Flanders the est chart emergency was for the vicinity ; United States which gives superficial '
New England! New York Delaware I French resumed the offensive with ,I State Board of Pardons Has a Rain Put Electric Wires of the eastern Mediterraneanand persons a sense of security. Men ..
Maryland and the District of Colum- great vigor utilizing considerable' Busy Session at State Cap- I i Out of Commission and Turkey which the department plus guns equals soldiers they rea

bia and West Virginia. i iI I numbers whcih recently arrived in re- itol-Number Appeal i Hampered Work on started in to reproduce and has most- son. But as a matter of fact the ,

inforcements. By attacks which were for Clemency I PavementThe ly finished, "knowing that if a shut- trained man is the only one who j
For drizzling miserable weather all I directed against the Germans on the down of British charts occurred thatis counts in the first six months of a 3

records in Orlando All were shattered It banks of the Yser they drove the invaders Tallahassee, Dec. 14.-At the regular heavy rain that fell Sundaywas the part where the navy would feel great war. 1 i
yesterday. day a drizzling rain from their first line trenchesand for the first blow." How many trained men has the
meeting of the state board of responsible some trouble to
fell and General stalked
Depression occupied the pits which they immediately drains electric wires It is pointed out also that the Brit- i United States today? That is a hard j
I sewerage light ,
consumed all of
around and made feel
everybody un- strengthened for their own pardons and I ish admiralty has wo or three agents question to answer, for our militia, 1
t., happy. It was the result of the heavy Wednesday, Thursday and Friday of hampered progress on street pav- in this
rain which fell and I occupancy. The Germans retaliated I ing. An old tree standing on North country, at New York, Phila- or national guard is an uncertain 1
Sunday night with a series of violent counter attacks this week, the board heard, consideredand Orange avenue was blown over upon delphia and elsewhere from whom body of varying efficiency. But giv- ,
early yesterday morning. against the French trenches passed Upon ninety-seven appli- the electric light wires putting out of American ships get charts and sailing ing the national guard all the benefitsof
west of Holebeke but their attacks commission the directions and that it has detailed the doubts, both as to numbers and 1
cations for pardon. Fifty-five of the street lights and caus-
were met successfully and the massed charts of approaches to American and training, the regular army of the
ing inconveniences
NEW GUN FOR AIRCRAFT applications were denied; twenty-five some to residences
divisions of the Germans were hurled were passed for further investigationand on the north side. The Orlando Wa-I :Mexican ports and for the Panama United States and the guard together

back. consideration by the board; conditional ter and Light company put a approaches. only number 175,000 men.

Navy's New Gun Is Competentto I pardons were granted to fourteen workmen on the broken wires and re-I I !. This is a little more than half the

Deal Sass With Chief Aircraft of I I ANOTHER FEATURE FAIR whom applicants had alreday practically served the all larger of the stored street service lights to the were residences not repaired, DR. \\VRA Y MOTTO RETURNPastorate I forces one-forty-fourth of Switzerland the army and the less United than

States would have if the Swiss
system -
; part of the sentences imposed upon until early yesterday morning. The
Ordnance I them and whose applications were rain caused an overflow in t"storm i: were adopted. If a major power
President II. II. Dickson States of Orlando
: Methodist attacked little
I us, our present
Lake Lucerne
strongly endorsed and presented commending : sewer on nalso
Washington, Dec. 14\-The navy's That York Ga., Stock Raisers I features; three sentences : caused some trouble on Lake Ivan- Church to Be Filled by could only die bravely-and uselessly.
anti-aircraft gun has been shown by i Will Have Big I were commuted or reduced .in cases hoe. The work of paving West Cen- the Rev. Lee of I Partly due to the small size of the

tests to be amply competent to deal Exhibit I where strong showings wer emade. tral avenue has been postponed for a LakelandA country mobilization in Switzerland .
with aircraft according to a reportto i I IIn addition to the foregoing, a considerable .few days and it is not likely that the I Lis the quickest in the world. It took
the house naval committee by Rear II. II. Dickson president of the I number of appeals for clemency contractors will be able to make any telegram was received yesterday just forty-eight hours for the entire
Admiral Strauss, chief of the bureauof I fifth annual in army of 300,000 to be at their postsin
Subtropical Midwinter were brought to the board's at- progress grading or the laying of i afternoon from the Methodist church
ordnance. I Exposition, announced yesterday that I tention, but were not passed upon for brick until the last of the week. I conference at Arcadia stating that the early part of August last whenit
"We have tried it against a kite at I Cobb & Derby, of York Ga., would the reason that the requirements of .the Rev. Dr. J. E. Wray for two was feared that the French and
3,000 feet altitude, a sufficient heightto I bring to the fair one or two car loads law with respect to making applica- THE WEATHER years pastor of the Orlando Metho- German might violate the neutralityof
determine that it is valuable for :of Shorthorn and Angus bulls. These tions for pardon had not been com- Florida: Fair Tuesday; colder in dist church, would not return next the little state. German military
the purpose" says the report. "Of gentlemen are well known breedersof plied with. peninsula. Wednesday fair. year, the pulpit here to be filled by experts expressed their admiration of
course that is not the final altitude at I high grade stock. They will exhibit the Rev. Dr. J. D. Lee, for several this feat.
which an aircraft would operate but i their stock at the fair with the : British Turkish: years pastor of the Methodist church The Swiss forces are a citizen
we are enabled to judge from the suc- view of selling them. The fair committee Submarine Sinks at Lakeland. The other appointmentsfor army. Every citizen is liable to serve
cesses that we had at that range that has promised them all the stall II various cities in Florida are to be with the colors at any time from his

we would have at higher altitudes. : room needed to show their exhibits : Battleship Under Water 9 Hours announced today, following this morn- twentieth to his forty-eighth year.
The range of the gun in the air is ; off to the best advantage. Other ; ,i I ing's session.
about 7,000 feet. It is not quite as features for the fair are in an embryonic I -- I I I The following account of the conference I Curtis & O'Neal are up to date in

large as the gun they use in Englr1 state, but as soon as arrangements i London, Dec. 14.-A communication "When last seen the :Mussudieh: was :I is taken from a Saturday Ar- ., their selection of beautiful novelties
but it.vs quite similar. j are fully completed due announcement !' issued by the official bureau today sinking by the stern"Was I cadia newspaper: for the holidays. The latest is a !
"\V-e also have a three-inch gun firing will be made to the pub- I announced the Turkish battleship an Old Boat At the morning session of the Flor- I stock of Indian and sweet grass baskets -
asame lirteen-pound projectile for the i lie. Messudieh had been torpedoed by a The Mesudieh was a very old boat ida conference today the following You will find what you need at
urpose but that will be used in II II transfers from other conferences were this store. {
-- ---- British submarine.The having been built at Blackwall, Eng- announced: I _
a diff rent way. They are for vertical -j. ing of three Swedish steamers by official bureau's statement is land, in 1874 and reconstructed at1 I W. F. Dunkle, J. B. Evans, A. T. to the committee for the superannuated !
l re from aboard small craft. mines in the gulf of Bothnia said: as follows: I Genoa in 1903. She was 332 feet i. Galloway, J. C. Gault E. II. Lantz, relation:
!j "The Germans declare the mines "Yesterday submarine B-ll in : long, 59 feet beam and of about 10- I B. F. Sheffer J. W. Bridges. I Thomas R. Armistead, T. C. Brad- ,
Thomas Baronne was announced as ford. J. T. Coleman J. S. Collier, R.
GERX MIXERS RESPONSIBLE i I were Russian, as no German mine charge of Lieut. Commander Norman |I 000 tons burden. She had a speed of coming from another church. He is J. Wells, J. P. Durrance H. B. Fra-
laying had been done up to the time I B. Holbrook of the royal navy, en- 171-2 knots and her main battery in the mission work at Tampa.W. zee, E. F. Gates J. T. Waters W. F.
Swed. Lays Blame for Loss of of the disaster. Official investigations tered the Dardanelles and in spite of I consisted of two 9.2 inch guns in tur- I G. Strickland was elected to Shoemaker R. L. Sumner D. Lee
learners to Floating Ger- J' by Finland disclose that several I the difficult current dived under five i rets and twelve 6 inch guns in bat- elder orders and A. C. McCall was Switzer' J. R. Taylor I. A. Vernon
i admitted on trial. S. Gray J. L. Yeats, B. F. Mason -
man Mines groups of anchored mines were German rows of mine fields. Although pur- tery. In the war with Greece in 1912 The following young preachers remain II. S. Miller, A. L. Woodward
1 and not Russian and that they sued by gunfire and torpedo boats, the Messudiehwas reported badly I i on trial: C. M. Pullen R. A. S. Scott, F. Pasca and John Burs.
Sto kholm via London,*Dec. 14. j i had been laid during the war in the the B-ll returned safely after being damaged in a naval battle in the Guy, I. M. Belt, J. H. Daniel C. F. I. A. Vernon and W. A. Weir were '
The < wedish foreign of Bothnia. No I York, J. Adkins Hendry, D. U. Blood- referred. the committee on memoirs -
minister in a gulf floating mines submerged, on one occasion, for nine danelles. Dar-I worth K.
Hollister S. F. Stephens. they having died during the
; ,states ent today regarding the sink- it was stated, had been found. I hours. She carried a crew of 6)0 men. I The fdlotdnT! names we. ;: '_*C, -ed car.


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r LIFE iJiTHE\ BATTLE ANSWERS A0. FROM KY. fered Can't with see the that fighting the fog had that anythingon inter-

STF.S 'sTESltIf.srF..5I11sTF..51: [ !,STF..5fi8! l! STF..sUSTF..sI ;iSTFS the censorship fog that's been on Fin Ice Cream
the job from the start.
: FRONT C. F. Bouton Through Sentinel o

XMAS PRESENTS Advertisement Gets Busi- TEN ACRES overlooking Orlando; AND ICESTelephone 1
London Dec. 12.-The following ness-Power of Want all cleared; fine land; good home
Ads. Proved site. $2,000. II. McDamel.:: Phone ;
cheerful account of the war was writ- 708. .
L. -
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ten by Lieut. II. O. A. Anne of the. If f
E All the way from Kentucky comesan
f M Royal Field artillery to a relative SEVEN ROOM: new stucco cottage I
[ ) Pullman Aprons here: answer to a Sentinel advertisement one block from Eola park; com- 664New
resulting of course in good mands fine view of city. Price $5,500.
One of our officers after the South
1H fortune to C. F. Bouton, the adver II. McDaniel, phone 70S.
Tourist Traveling Cases. African war described war as a pe-
tiser. The letter follows:
riod of intense discomfort punctuatedby York Ice Cream
[ "Clinton Ky., Dec. 8, 1914.
W Travelers riting Sets. moments of abject terror. This "Dear Sir-In the Sentinel of Dec. My Specialy
LI: .just about hits the thing off as far as '
F 2nd I notice an ad. for a five room .SOMETHING NICE!
I was concerned last night.
Philadelphia and Fancy Creams
Parisian Ivory Sets. house one mile from court house at
E I'd been in the Guards' trenchesall
$650. If this house is not already (10 OrderWHOLESALE
the day and snipers as usual blow-
Icy Hot Vacuum Bottles. sold kindly let me know at once stat- Two Beautiful Built ing Lots
ing off in front and at night having
ing full particulars such as size of On South Orange Avenue AND RETAIL
IF) eaten nothing all day since a lump of
4 Parker Fountain Pens plum pudding at 5 a. m., had to come lot, condition of house fruit trees if near Lake Lucerne splen- Neopolitanin Stock

back and take a field gun up to a any what kind of neighborhood, and did view of the: lake, only .
if title is I .
good. intend to be in
I Playing Cards in Cases. point 150 yards from the German your 2 1-2 blocks from business
F city early in January and shall buyor
t trenches.We build. center, nice big shade trees
Perfumes and Toilet Waters. unlimbered 200 yards from the C. H. HoeflerResidence
( &c.
i r Guards' trench and manhandled downto "Thanking you for an early reply shrubbery, adjourning
I am, lot to one of the best residences -
r LCP!LCo Xmas Cigars in Xmas Boxes. wheels the corner muffled chosen in straw for the still gun.made The an "Very truly in city.-For sale by 205 Liberty St.
I "(Miss ENA HESTER." \
v7 awful noise so when twenty-five ) I I WALTER W. ROSE Corner Mariposa
t lL yards from the chosen place I had to
ask the Guards to district the Ger-
i even if they're not Rooms I & 3 Watkins Block
turning out
mans with four rounds rapid fire, any I PRICES Rl lSOYlllI,
Y'lID complete work just now. Phone 555
while I ran the gun into position.On

ETEPHARMY$ the flag going up the Guards

opened up".a fearful, uproar. ,'.and. we 1\\
ran down the slope into position andlet
the shield down just in time as .

the Germans ((150 yards away only) TEN REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD
opened on us, thinking the Guards
/ I" PHONES g were going to attack.

We crouched behind the gun with COOK WITH GAS
missiles fairly flying round and in
Jfi.P half a minute the whole Guards' line
; 61 and 95
and Germans were fairly pluggingeach
i- other for no reason whatever;
V1 which I suppose thought the others

lii, t ISTES_: ,fil5.TF..sIlI( STF..s1!STF..5! !STF..sUSTF..sItSTEsl CnSTFS were attacking.This lasted fifteen. minutes and then 1. Convenience 6. Speed

all was absolutely quiet again and I
lay down and slept 150 yards from 2. Comfort Efficiency .

the Germans with not a blade of
grass between them and me, as the [ 3. Cleanliness 8. Safety .
.: :; H R r5D1fS'
gun detachment had all the availablecover 9. Perfect Regulation

.: r from the gun ready to open 4. SimplicityS.
fire so I made an excellent imitationof
of Heat
HDUSEHOtD a stone on the ground in ten inchesof
very wet mud till 5 a. m., when .. Accessibilityf' 10. Economy
the same performance was gone
;: PAINT through getting out of action.

Last Thursday I was getting the

'\\I D-r"Dst..every,! : tHln lines out for the battery and I had to 1

go to the position pointed out as suitable 8. SAFETYCould
about 300 yards away over tur-
Easy to use.
nips. I was slipping along when I any fuel be safer than GAS? Hardly.
to buy. heard a whizz of hard objects flying
Easy uncomfortably near-front, back There are no sparks to pop out and set fire to the kitchen floor; there is

over into the ground etc.I no chance of explosion; there is nothing to leak on the floor and flame up when

Small cans. did the remaining 200 yards in someone carelessly drops a lighted match; there are no flues to burn out and set
record time I believe though no one
: 16 Colors and timed me, and got under cover of a the house afire; there are no wood piles or coal bins with their constant dangerto

ALL G ODe house where I found some Irish your house.

Guards who were advancing east. TwoN. GAS the safest of all fuel
to use and this fact can easily be proved by re-
: C. O.'s went out and put up three
: ference to the records of fire
Wears well. civilians armed with Mausers who departments and insurance companies.The .

had made me do the "running man use of GAS spells SAFETY.

Looks well. act" at about 200 yards. They ran

away over the far ridge chased by
two Irishmen and no one saw them

What more. again. I suppose they were Germans ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO.
can you ask? masquerading as farmers to get a
trr.? good line on our men. .
We found out afterwards that they
wounded two Grenadiers in the hedge GAS DEPARTMENT

SOLD BY about twenty yards behind where I
ran. Our battery and another came 1

Jos. Bumby Hardware Co. into action just after, and we got a ,.
good time on the Germans who were
at their usual counter attacks. They
OI-fL AND O. did the part of "running man" to us

ies about then of dusk men and killed our came cavalry by upon our over.shell that 300 fire night bod-(in Th FIHi! a R al E mt & InV 1lll nt ICL

,...,.. ... . . ,. .. ,. ilMMIIIIMREAL .tl about twenty minutes) They put
I five wounded to one killed nowadays I
so we reckon on having outed about .

ESTATE -that very day.nearly-2,000 of the Germans Capital $50,000. Fully Paid Up.

I'm writing this during a stand- Incorporated In Florida; Therefore Under State Control l,
easy with the guns at the edge of a
wood hidden from aeroplanes. But
"Jack Johnsons" are getting unpleasantly -

We buy d sell all classes and kinds of Real Estate.If near just now; though still 200
yards off they cause a lot of vibration

you want to buy or sell the earth it will pay you to call when they go off. 1I/E! extend a cordially invitation to Investors and
Great tales of the Indian troops

and talk your wishes over with us. here. When the Johnsons passed over yy Property-Holders to call at our office, to learn
them or our lyddite was going backin
The manager of this firm has had years of exper-
answer they stood up and wavedto the most progressive and conservative methods.To .

ience dealing in Florida investments, having sold over a them like children to a passing
train and seemed thoroughly de protect your interests this Company aside ot t hei
million dollars worth of Florida Real Estate in the last lighted.

Well I've just had a jolly good financial strength, give Bank Gaurantee whenever our
two years. dinner of rabbit stew. As I said we
are holding a village and we sent a clients demand it. Enquiries by mail promptly an
We are well posted on the value of all classes and
couple of men up from the trenchesto

kinds of Florida property. We want listed .with us all the houses that are left standingto swered.
cook our grub. There are plentyof

bargains in Real Estate, and we want customers for Real rabbits starving in hutches also HENRY BENEDICT PresidentOffice
potatoes left behind. So we easily ,
Estate Bargains. make a stew. The man we sent up
this morning had a good look around Phone 570Sentinel
and found bread butter raising and over Peoples National Bank.

flour-in fact, he made us a jolly fine

WARING( REAL ESTATE COMPANY dinner.Europe is overstocked with old

:> swords and the Bryan recipe for

R. WARING, Manager turning them into ploughshares isn't

Rooms and Watkins Block Phone 11-15-tf No. 631 copyrighted.A welcomed grandparents society by. for would the be abolition hilariously of W Vant Ads A Bet esult

Illtf""'. .. .*. . fttlMMIIiiiiiiiiiiiii some young pinheads
: posing as Solomons.

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deal of German capital is invested in Eat all you want.

SECRET AGENTS WERE I1on[ kong enterprises and this order Take Eat what a postscript you want.and forget it.

will practically confiscate all of their For sale by all druggists.

C C1Ollia1 l Hill IN CALIFORNIA issued property.in Singapore.INTERESTING A similar. order has been l-7-d&w-lyr I GRANDTODAY

Tokio Dec. 14.-The Japanese foreign -
office is evidently expecting a DIARY OF A AI I Dr Buckmasterj

great deal of anti-Japanese legislation I j
at the next session of the California I OSTEOPATH
Secret of '
legislature. agents
a high/class development in the Graduate of Kirksville
the foreign office have followed the

prettiest section of the city. Is recent elections very closely, with the Northern France, Dec. 14. The 132 S. Orane Avenue DANIEL FROHMANPRESENTS
result that it has issued a confidential -
only nine blocks north east. report to the Japanese newspapers diary regiment of a of German reserve officer infantry of the, who 22d II ABOVE PEOPLES E P BANK PHONE 518'

Sidewalks all the way. Has giving what appears to be an I GLADYS HANSONIN
accurate analysis of the legislative was killed on October 27th, at Stuy-

several new houses under con- situation in California in so far as it erkerque, is eloquent in its testi-

struction. Has water, gas and affects possible anti-Japanese legisla- mony of the desperate attempts made ACREAGE FOR SALE -

tion. by the enemy to cross the Yser. An "
electricity. Is in the highest Public utterances of all the candidates ONORIANDOSANFORD THE STRAIGHT ROAD
entry dated Oct. 24 is as follows:
on the question of antiJapanese -
point in the city, being 28 feet legislation have been checked up "The battle continues; it began ,
higher than the business sec- and, according to the forecast of the again at about 5:45 a. m. I crossed I

. Japanese foreign office, those whore the Yser on a bridge of boats. Directly -
. tion. in favor of such legislation are we got to the left bank of the AT A SONG ; }
in both houses of the 1
in the majority river we advanced at the double, S S.S
California legislature.It scrambling through ditches under the I
is believed here that Japan has
most infernal fire from the enemy. A Sixty-five acres of best rolling pine
held off further protests about the bullet grazed my neck, making me land suitable citru trees andall D

C Culiluial l Hill anti-Japanese legislation in Califor- giddy, but fortunately did not break field crops; within sight of railroad n
California election. Now '
nia until the .
the skin. We took up a position near station, schoolschurches. MUST BE
that she sees no hope of a change of the farm of Vandewoude, where we SACRIFICED. A fine location for a .
sentiment there, she will doubtless /
entrenched ourselves against the terrible nursery.
the matter further. With the
artillery fire of the allies.
Price Terms Acre
Anglo-Japanese alliance strenghened $25 per
"It awful situation. In
was an open
through Japan's aid in the war Spot Cash $20 per acre
order we reached the fifth trench. We
is on the market. Prices rang- against Germany,'there is little doubt
have not the slightest idea of the
here but that this time Japan's diplomatic -
ing from $350.00 to $600.00 per general situation. I have no knowl-
representations will be much The Biggest Grove ValueFour
of where the ,
i edge enemy are nor
lot. Costs nothing to see it. For tiunger than they have been hereto-
what forces we have against us, and miles from town good road, li!
further information see there is no means of obtaining infor- choice citrus location. We have a fines I 4
Now that Tsingtau has been taken mation. At every line through which 10 acre piece with five acres in fine

by the Japanese forces, the local I passed I have discovered that our bearing grove. The other five is all rzClyde I

newspapers almost without exception losses have been colossal and in no cleared and the whole piece is r

argue that Japan is in no way case proportionate to the advantage fenced. There is an old house on

pledged to give the colony back to gained. The artillery of the enemyis the place. Price ;$35oo.

China. They argue that Japan's ultimatum wonderfully well handled, and is

CARL DANN surrender to of the Germany in which demandedin the altogether too strong, and as ours ORLANDO REAL ESTATE CO., Fitch's great human drama ol a sub
place was have not been able to put any of i
order to give it back to China does their guns out of action, being not Watkins Block PHONE 504 merged soul's conflict and triumph. Four great

not now hold good. Tsingtau was tobe reels.
too well served the progress of our I
given back if surrendered peace- infantry has no effect, and only imposes A splendid comedy will close the bill.
ably by Germany, but now that Japan upon it heavy and useless NEIL McDUFFEE
r has had to fight for possessionof losses. A PARAMOUNT PRODUCTION,

the place, she is under no obligations -
"The care of the wounded also
Christmas to give it back to China. leaves much to be desired. At Dix- Contractor and Builder

The Hochi which is credited with mude I saw over forty of our wounded I
being a semi-official organ is one of Bungalows a Specialty lOc HEAR "THAT ORCHESTRA. 20c
Almost HereGive lying on the ground having received -
the most outspoken on the subject.It no attention. Our ambulance' Arcade Building. Orlando

says the phrase promising the return train is being kept uselessly waitingon
of the China in the ultimatum
place to the other side of the Yser. It is BEST SELECT OYSTERS 50c. Quart
to Germany does not hold Yes! THE GRAND will be as comfortableas I
also impossible to receive our rations
us your order for good because the surrender of the
ThcVValdcckerFishCo .
regularly. For days now we have your own tonight.THE
place was not peacefully made, as
had nothing warm to eat or drink.
RAISINS contemplated by the ultimatum. FOR FISII AND OYSTERS
The quantity of bread served out to
DATES Those who that has r
say Japan us is altogether insufficient. All our Phone No. 5. 206 Boone StreetP.
FIGS pledged her word to give the place
rations exhausted. The
PECANS back It continues "If reserve are M. and W. O. COX
are wrong. :
water is filthy quite green, but we
ALMONDS Japan ever returns Kiau Chau to China 1023tfSANDBO
WALNUTS are obliged to drink it. The men are OLD RELIABLEDANN'S
ENGLISH she will do it because she finds it
BRAZIL NUTS reduced to the state of beasts. Per-
ccnvenient to do so, not because she
MINCE MEATCRYSTALIZED sonally, I have nothing left to eat,
GINGER feels bound by any obligations. and I am in a terrible condition. TRANSFERDr.
This is the view held
We carry a full line of Xmas eat- by practicallyall "October 25th we had a comparatively -

ables. of the Tokio papers and is be- ; quiet night. Our command of Two Compression Starter B. WIENENGA, Prop.
lieved to be the official view. The
XMAS PRESENT the bridge over the Yser is practically -

Send a Box of Fruit to your friends. few papers which insist that Japan I assured. The battle raged all day
Only $1.35 express prepaid east of has pledged her word to give the colony '-I long. We have received no orders as MADE ESPECIALLY Y FOR FORDS Livery, Draying and HaulingWE
back insist that the promise be
Rocky Mountains. yet. The struggle between the ene-
kept, but outline of restoration Will Start That
Give us your order now. plans my's artillery and our infantry con- Any I I
which would give China the title to tinues without any result except more Can be Cranked}

the place while Japan would remain. enormous losses on our side. GUARANTEE GOOD SERVICE

in a dominant position. They insiston "October 26. The night was horri- One sharp pull from the

CARUTHERS & GORE the appointment of a Japanese: ble. It poured with rain incessantly. seat turns the engine over

advisory committee which will rule I[ was frozen cold, and was obliged to two compressions.That AUTO AUTO BUS AND TRUCK
the place in the name of the Chinese stand up all night. We were knee ,

authorities, and also that Japanesebe deep in water. In front of us and "QUEER SHAPEDWBEEL";
j New Modern Grocer (
given special rights of residenceand aimed directly at us a murderous fire Does [II. Country Driving for Eight or Ten Solicited
trade in Shantung, rights whichare from the enemy decimated our ranks.

to be enjoyed by no other nationality i We are going, so I'm told, to build a HORSES FOR SALE
Phone 200 and which were not granted to i big bridge over the Yser, as the oth- See the Sandbo

the Germans.As ers further up have all been destroyedby 'Phone 257. Orlando, Florida

6 and 8 East Pine St. to the German mines and rail- the enemy's artillery. FORD GARAGE

ways in Shantung province, there is "It was impossible for our infantryto

no question, according to the Japanese make any impression until our artillery -
papers, about their disposition. managed to silence the ene- -

ORLANDO They are now in Japanese hands and my's guns. Our losses must by now

i will remain so. The fact that these be quite enormous all along our front.

properties were in private German My battalion has suffered dreadfully.Our .

ownership is not considered. colonel and several officers are
Do not about
News from of worry your
.comes Hongkong. wounded and many others killed.
very stringent measures which have 'We haven't yet had an opportu- '

been taken in that British colony to nity of taking off our boots or of .
prevent; possible German espionageand having a wash. The sixth division is

PHONE 122 also to destroy the vestige of: ready, but its aid is quite insufficient.The .
German trade which is left in the Far
situation is by no means im and
East. At the beginning of the war proved. We get to know nothing Plumbing Sewerin

Best Plumbing at Low- all the local Germans were placed un- whatever. We have just been or-

der strict surveillance and this has dered again to occupy flooded trenches. -

est PricesWe now been followed by an order of Our regiment is mixed up with

deportation. All must within a short units from others in a hopelessly
are not in the combine. time, while those of military age are muddled condition. -There is not a
SLAUTER'S latest inventions usedon to remain in the We will do for and when
colony as prisoners. single whole battalion anywhere, nor you you pay you .
all first-class ,
An order amounting practically to one which has an idea where the rest

ConstructionReal confiscation has been issued against of its unit may be. Everything is g ready
Plumbing all Germa nbusiness concerns. All disorganized under this terrible en-

have by government order been filade from the enemy.. To be firedat

placed in liquidation. Their owners incessantly and not know from ..,
Estate Boughtand are given a short time in which to what direction is most unnerving. ]I

dispose of their property either to feel in a hopeless state of depression.
Sold. British subjects or to neutrals, and if Again we had to spend the night on Call on F. JOSEPH RAEHN PLUMBlNGi and HEATING CO.

this is not done, the government will damp straw huddling up close to each :
----- wind up the business. The purchase other for warmth. It is dreadfullycold

(. City Building Lots, $100; $1.00 ash money is not to be given to the own- and wet. All of a sudden a more I 1

and $1.00.per week buys a Lot er of the business but to be retainedby violent attack than ever is begun by; II Cor. Graves and Irvin Streets

RENTS COLLECTED. the government until the end of the enemy. We get up and make our j ,

Notary Work Promptly and Neatly the war. As Hongkong business is preparations for the conflict our I i
Done. very much depressed at present, this I teeth chattering benumbed with
order measn that the German owners I cold I I __ ORLANDO ;

N. P. HATCHERORLANDO will be compelled to part with their On October 27th his last entry is J
business at a fraction of its real made: "The situation remains unchanged 1

,FLORIDA value. and confused. One musn't I
The order applies equally to busi- think of advancing." d W-I mo.ui5v
Office at Pinehurst ParkP.
ness firms with a German partner, I
O. Box 231
and several American concerns will The want ad.'s the thing, for you I
PRONE 403 10-8-lm be affected in this way. A great and for the other fellow also. i
Il -

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I Here's Some Hot
South Florida Sentinel II
r (By W. S. Branch) Inaugurating a weekly dance at
i MORNING AND WEEKLYW. i The Times-Union paragrapher remarks the Armory last night, Mr. C. Bargains Right Off
M. GLENN .....................Editor
that "The Germans are again \V. McMullen, promotor and I
W. C. ESSINGTON ..... .Bnsineu Manager manager The
--- -- trying to take Warsaw but Warsawis will endeavor to assist in the enter- GriddleTwo
Entered at the poetoffice at Orlando. Florida
aa Second Class Mail Matter. a very elusive city." In other tainment of the winter visitors as
i f SUBSCRIPTION RATES words they were wise, and before the well as giving the home people who
Daily.: 1 Year ......................... $5.00 .1
Daily: < Month ...................... 2.60 Warsaw that preparedness was the enjoy tripping the light fantastic toe acres on a beautiful lake. .
f Daily: 3 Month ...................... 1.25 proper thing. an opportunity of participating in
Daily.: 1 Month ....................... .60Weekty. Four room house. A number of
their favorite
--0- pastime.
.' 1 Year .......,_.............. 11.00
Thaws While these dances can not be budded orange trees in bearing.
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN Ordinarily the people of the northern called a society event, owing to the
ADVANCETO Only two and one-half miles
ADVERTISERS: sections of the country enjoy a fact that no invitations will be issued,
thaw after such a cold wave as they on the other hand, any one who cares from the Court House. If sold
advertising Copy: for mast display be: Sandra and all in at other the hand business-.et experienced last week. But to be to attend them can be assured that by December 20th, price will be
office. of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m. compelled to endure a column or'two there will be nothing tolerated that
the day: before publication. This rule applies
to changes' for contract' advertising; it is of the "Harry" variety just in the would be considered the least objec- only $500.00Four
invariable and. will be strictly: adhered to. midst of the glad holiday season must tionable at any ball.
Subacnbero 'da'iring The Sentinel discontinued I
induce ennui. Mr. McMullen has
eheuld notify: the office in writing on successfully con
the date of expiration otherwise it will be ducted these dances in St. Peters- I large front lots on Cen-
continued at the regular subscription rates.
unlit notice to stop is received. Option burg for the past three winters, the tral close
; Telephone' Numb r ...................... 24 is avenue, in, that must
Hillsborough furnishingthe
county following being a clipping from the
TUESDAY, DECEMBER: 13; 1914. world an example of a calm, dig- St. Petersburg Independent: be sold by December 25th. Only ..
nified and peaceable local option cam- DANCE IN MASQUE !! $500 each for inside lots and
Orlando needs a motor fire truck paign.-Tampa Tribune. The regular Monday night dance
held in the Auditorium took $550 for corners.Cooper .
because too many houses, business Which is convincing proof that, on a new .
t feature last evening, the guests attending ':
blocks and edifices are in jeopardy. whatever the facts may be, the wet in masque instead of the us- !I i i _____
fellows believe their cause is safe.Sweaters ual pretty evening gowns and conven- I i
RAILROADSThe tional garb. A large crowd was in brings
attendance and all & Atha
spent a merry
of the
are one
evening. Prof.lc1lulIen\ conducts ; that
r corporations that come in for a good Those brilliant emerald-like sweaters the Monday night dances at the Audi-i I "Day
share of abuse. Some of it is deserved are growing so numerous since torium and has made a decided success I,. 114 South Orange Are, Ground Floor in
and some of it is most as- the colder weather appeared that they of them besides providing a Phone No. 311 you
place of amusement for the
suredly not deserved. The railroadsare are literally "annihilating all that's people. young be a help
entitled to as much considerationas made to a green thought in a green
any other form of business. They shade." Don't forget the Sentinel want ads. Subscribe for The Daily Sentinel to us.
f serve the people and the people I

should, to a certain extent, serve Guns I,- I '
t them. This is not always done by Some one suggests that the fellows j
[ the people, however, even when it is who are sure the gun isn't loaded ,
t realized that had it not been for the when they point it at you ought to.: sensation

t bands of steel encircling the United adopt a rule something; like this: "Be 'i it would.
r States that prosperity and commer- sure you are right, then find out if.
( cial supremacy would not have been you are," before you point the gun. |
r possible. -o- I prices!
i Some weeks ago the city council Art !
notified the Seaboard Air Line and It is reported that many of the you the
the Atlantic Coast Line, demandingthat valuable works of art in Antwerpwere
immediate steps be taken to repair encased in water proof boxes I
the Orlando street crossings, or and sunk in the river to save them
drastic legal action would result. In from the German invasion. That
consequence of this notification the would seem to be safer than to have Here is an unusual offering, one that I can unhesi-

two railroads immediately dispatched taken them to the breweries and Suits
f timbers to Orlando, set a gang of sunk them in the bottom of the vats tatingly recommend as a GREAT BARGAIN. The loti'S90x200
men to work and the result is that of lager. 1;;
and the house contains seven rooms and bath.
the railroad crossings in Orlando are Slogans !'

being rapidly put in fine condition. Servants room on premises. Orange and grapefruit and Silk Lin-
Heavy planks are being laid and the The slogan, "Made in America," is
public interests are being safe said to be more than one hundred peach trees, shruberry and flowers and ornamental Jun-
guarded. years old, dating back to Washington's -
Some time ago the A. C. L. discon- time. All right. The slogan plants. Owner will sell furnished or unfurnished. The regular
tinued two local trains running "Made in Orlando" is no centenarian
location is No. 215 E. Robinson north shore of
avenue, on
but it is
of much
through Orlando. A great cry went more importance to I to
up all along the line: "Put the trains those of us who live here.Who 1'r
I Lake Eola, and overlooking Eola Park. Listed exclu-
k back!," yelled the press; "give us decent --0- I $22.50
service!" howled the people. But ? I sively with me. The-price will astonish you, it too low,
they did not stop to realize that the We do not know whom the pictureon
railroad had the right to retrench as Mr. Curry's new "Lucerne Circle"I( but owneris determined to sell. Cash or terms.
well as other business concerns if show card is intended to represent, ''
the revenue dropped. This is what but it will be all right to call it Jim

happened to the A. C. L. The reve- DeLaney, Earl Gore or Joe Guernsey.Not I
nue fell down, passenger and freight that these gentlemen look very a S Skirts
traffic dropped; and the two trains I much alike, but that the picture looks

were taken being off the run schedule.at a loss. They were somewhat like all three of them. S. Y. WAY

The railroads with to serve the ASKED TO LIBERATE BRITISH ]
traveling public; they are desirous of CONSUL
giving to Orlando good service, for in Rome, Dec. 14.-Baron Sonnino, I Insurance and Real Estate Agent

return they derive comfortable in- the Italian foreign minister, has
come. Now that the planks have,arrived asked the Turkish government to liberate -
for the crossings and the rail- G. A. Richardson, the British PHONE 172

roads are showing their desire to consul at Modeida, Arabia, who recently e
help in the improvement of this city was forcibly removed by the
the public and city should be lenient Turks from the Italian consulae
towards them. It is likely that be- where he had taken refuge. The Ital-
fore long, with the improvement in ian foreign miniser also has requested -
conditions: the local trains discontinued that the Ottoman government give
by the A. C. L. will be placed public satisfaction to Italy for the

back on the schedule. violation of the Italian consulate. I- -1 Coats

t 17 tears
In pronouncing Przanzsz sneeze I!

three times, gargle violently, cough
E several times, and repeat every three $2.50
La Vallieres and Bracelet Watches
hours until relieved. Say, aren't you .
happy that you live in Florida and
have such easy names to pronounceas $5.00
Okaloacoochee, Okeechobee, Thon-
otosassa, Chokoloskee, and Orlando?
Indian names are a cinch comparedto dainty enough for a fairyWhatgirl $7.50

the vocabulary busters and twist-
ers of the Czar's exclusive and copy- can resist the charm of a dainty La Valliere, a veritable
righted language.
o lacework of gold or platinum, set with precious or semipreciousstones
GOOD BOOSTINGThe The designs this year are so unusually lovely, so delicate I
paragraphs of the Orlando Sen- _______$1.00

tinel are to the point. They are 4. and fine, we are sure they must have been inspired by the fairies. _________90c
boosters for the town, well calculatedto
insure ________40c
loyalty and a spirit of
friendliness and helpfulness among Especially charming too, are our BraceletVatches.. A more pleasing gift _________25c
the readers of the Sentinel.-Tampa 2 for____35c
Times. could not be chosen, or one that combines so much beauty with practicabilityCome I

o 25c. 'and 50c
Lord Kitchener may not believe in and look them over-whether yon intend to pur-
throwing a scare to be more effective :
chase or not. We know it will be treat to to
than a jolly, but he has no jolly to a you see the place of

throw. o these exquisite pieces of jewelry; ,

One difference between a sunken
ship and a stranded presidential boomis OPEN EVENINGS
that the ship can sometimes be re-
i '
floated. o iI I CO.

The winter season has certainly
arrived. Two monkeys and their T. H. EVANSJEWELER !

masters were on the streets yester-
day. STORE

-p ..
Monkey, monkey, bottle of beer;
how many monkeys are they here? i PLACEr"
Two. Orlando Orange Avenue Florida

f'. 0 i1
Merely the expected-Japan's talk

of keeping Kiau Chau permanently. __ -1 1I -

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MMMMMMIMMMMMMi MMMMMIMIiMIIIIIHIHM ni : tion that all rural carriers be put on 1 I I TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY I lUfflllllllttJ
: : : ;
:::::::MMMMMMMMMMMMMM'': : : ->* individual i
an contract basis, the com I
mittee adopted a provision authorizing LOST-A gray leather purse contain- fFAVORTE THEATRE i i!

as an experiment, the putting of ing money. Finder return to Sen-
rural carriers of one county in each tinel office and receive reward. I I* Open 2 p. m. and 6:30 p. ra.

II LUCERNE TODAY I state on a contract basis. Increasedpay 12-15-lt Admission 5 cents i

for the rural carriers also is pro- FOR SALE-15 acres young grapefruit -
vided and railway clerks and letter grove, part in bearing; ideal .
location; lake frontage. Will sell ata .., ,
carriers have their increased by
bargain. Address the owner Box TODAY'S PROGRAM
$100 annually. until the maximum salary 341, Orlando. 12-15-6tc I
is attained. -HINDU NEMESIS"
'THE DESPERADO FOR SALE]-All kinds of tangerines, Sensational 4-Reel Drama Featuringthe

"HIDUEIESIS" AT FA"ORITETODY kumquats, orange and grapefruittrees Mephisto Dance
in any quantities. Will trans- I
plant and guarantee them to live if Also Today:
Broncho. A thrilling tworeelVestern full of thrills. Played by an all-star 111 desired. Write Alex Oliver, city. -HIS LAST CHANCE"
There are many different kinds of 12-13-1wkc Drama That Mystifies and
I Imp.
; ;; ; cast. pictures, but the one to be shown ThrillsA
Tuesday at the Favorite is somewhat
different from feature picture yetshown NOTICEAll I
any Great Big Feature Show
in Orlando. Telling the storyof AdmisMon! ;5 and 10 Cents
"THE TIGHTWAD early happenings in the life of a automobile and occupation license
nnker and how he puts one man behind taxes have been overdue since :
the bars for a crime he did not I October 1st. This is to notify all delinquents THAT GOOD
commit, and later getting his own to pay said license tax on
Beauty. A Light Comedy Full of Human Interest. just deserts, by the same man stealing or before December 25th; that those
his own son while a boy and getting remaining delinquent at that time I 1 1I
his revenge in that way, makesa will be informed against in the crim- 'i GULF SOLINt
Iii most thrilling story. Later in life I inal court of record.J. .
the son meets and falls in love with F. GORDON,
Coupons given with every admission, good f for the Lucerne Theatre Great his own sister, but death puts an end Sheriff of Orange County.
to their lives before the marriake I 12-15 to 12-25C AND
Automobile Contest. takes place.
The story is well told and the scenic -
effects are grand. The great Ori- NOTICETo SUPREME AUTO OILARE

I Same Little Prices J J.011111111.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIDIDIIIIIIIIIIIIII1111 ental and the scenes exterior are gorgeous scenes are and fine rich, the Good Citizens of Orlando:
l showing a camera well strapped to a Loyal Order of Moose, 766, of Or- TilE BEST FOR YOUR CAR
fast moving auto and some wonderful lando, Florida, wish to do their sharein
pictures are made in this way. The making Christmas what the word Drums for shipping and storage
11111111111111111111. lighting effects are splendid and taking really means. If any one knows of
,111111111111,111,111,1111111.' D D M I eMMMMMM eM II III ++CttO I*003tiMMM it all in all it is one of the best needy families, widows, or children tanks__kept_on hand.
who he can help to say truly this is U
Oriental features ever seen, and at
I any rate it is something different Christmas, please send names and Lubricating Oil and Greases to suit
from anything shown here in sometime addresses, not later than December all Give make of when
cars.: car you
INVESTIGATE BURLSON'S IRECOMMENDATIONS and should please all. It is in 20. Adress either O. Mclntosh, II.
II Gauthier, F. J. Raehn, or L. O. O. M., order.
@rluu : complete reels, shown at the
I nrirty Favorite today. Orlando, Fla. _11-13-6tc

Also today, an Imp. drama "His
-Edited By Miss Eliza Wright Last Chance," in two reels. This is Editors would neeo > urging to GULf REFINING[ CO1f
one of those mystifying thrillers .,. :
Office telephone No. {179. Residence telephone No. 254 which makes the Imp. company fam- print less war stuff if ; e doggoned .I Ii
$325,000,000: : EMBODIED: IN ous. It features Leah Baird and Al- thing didn't keep on a-fighting for P. G. WALTON, Agent

WEEKLY SOCIAL CALENDARDec. I The Nullos Club will not meet until GOVERNMENT: OWNERSHIP exander Garden two famous stars space. ,
who have never failed to make good. Office Phone 450.
I the first part of the New Year. BILL I
15th-19th.; Sentinel first. Residence: Phone 269.11111111.1.llletIIIDII.111811IJiIIOOII11e.1101111IC. .
I Get the news in the
However, bridge still continues to 1 -
Seems that the Kaiser's dinner
Mrs. James Washington, Dec. 14. Further investigation
Tuesday beery popular. Magruder -
party in Paris has to join that .
3 P.M.-Tuesday Bridge Club; :Mrs.S. : is hostess for the Junior Matrons [ of Postmaster General gone
of the Czar in Berlin.VENEER .
G. Dolive, hostess. W. R. Rhan
Club this afternoon. Wednesday af- Burleson's recommendations for government W. S.Coleman
Junior Matrons Card Club; Mrs.
ternoon Mrs. Ralph Yearby will I ownership of the telegraph
James hostess.
Sorosis Club meeting; "Present-day tertain at bridge in honor of her en-I I and telephone systems is proposed in

Leaders in Education." ter-in-law, Mrs. Mooneyham. I the postoffice appropriation bill, CORES -
7:30 P.M.-O. II. S. Classical Club SUN PIlOOF pA rN7'Sold
Wednesday After.oon Club will meet which practically has been completedby
meeting. $1.25 -- --
8 P.M.-"New Lucerne" reception; with Mrs. John Schnarr. The Rosa- a house committee. It is said to --

Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Rowland. lind Club will be open on Thursday carry approximately $325,000,000. Per Strand UpFIREPLACE at -gaining, in popularity every day.

Mendelssohn Club Choral rehearsal, I' afternoon for bridge players. Cards Efforts to extend the civil serviceto \1 .
Presbyterian lecture room. } J QUALITY-THAT'S IT
Centa Medio Dancing Club. have been received for a bridge partyto third class postmasters failed. The CHUNKS AND t ,
OAK WOOD Painters' 4 Paper
We also handle a full line of
be given on Friday by Mrs.Charles office of Assistant Postmaster wouldbe

3 P. \ .-Wednesday Wednesday Card Club; Mrs. Campbell and Mrs. Irwin Dunn at the abolished by the bill. In first class Orlando Wood YardB. Hangers' Supplies. 20OORolls Wall Paper

John Schnarr, hostess. New Lucerne. The next two weeks offices all activities would be regrouped .i to go at

Twentieth Century Club; Mrs.Ct.as. promise to be ones for Or- and supervisory authority W. Kingsley, Proprietor I
very gay PAPER CO
Bridge party; Mrs. Ralph Yearby. lando society.Will concentrated under a postmaster, superintendent Telephone 344
Unity Circle; "Be Fair to the Cath- Not Meet of finance and superin- 9-30 The Sign o"he Sun Phone 261 So. Orange Ave.

olic;" Mrs. Howell.' The Young Matrons Card Club will tendent of mails. ---....- ---
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7:30 P.M.-Recital at the Cathedral -- ---------- .II."II..illll..W. - -
Y School. not meet this Friday owing to the ill- No provision is made for the pro- ---- ---- ---- -- -------- -

Men's Forum, Episcopal Chapter ness of Mrs. Joseph Bum'.y, Jr. Her posed experimental aerial mail service ..

House. many friends wish for a speedy re- or for extension of automobile
Methodist Baraca banquet. service. The increase in
covery. proposed
3 P.M.-Rosalind Club afternoon Once a Month second class rates on publications,
party. The St. Cecelia's Guild of the Epis- other than newspapers, issued once a

8 P.M.-Annual Cathedral School copal church will meet only once a week, from one to two cents a pound,
senior dance Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Established 1886
Cobb. month for the remainder of the busy was voted on.Maximum .

___ Friday! u winter season. balances acceptable at
..5. :3 P.M.-W. C. T. U. meeting, Methodist Here From Atlanta postal banks from $500 to $2,000,

Bridge church.party; Mrs. CampbellMrs.Dunn. Judge W. H. Fish, chief justice of would be raised by the bill, the inter- CURTIS & O'NEALINSURANCE

the supreme court, of Atlanta, Ga., est to be payable only on deposits up

8:30 P.M.Society vaudeville and will arrive this afternoon to visit his to $1,000. Rearrangement of salariesof

dance review, opera house. brother, Mr. G. S. Fish, spendingmost superintendents, their assistants,

of the time on a hunting trip cashiers and others having supervisory LOANS
Mrs. O'Neal Entertains
and camp. authority is authorized, with provision -
Notwithstanding the inclement
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for an additional $1,000,000 ex
weather, Mrs. W. R. O'Neal enter-
penditure. The bill also includes as
tained twenty-five guests at the Equal REPAIRING CROSSINGS
rider the
a pending railway mail pay
Suffrage tea at her home on Lake
bill, to change the basis of pay from
Cherokee yesterday afternoon. Miss
Railroads tonnage to car space. That would
Busy La'ingNew
Safford, the state president, gave a the
give railroads
report from the recent state convention Planks on All Their
$1,000,000 additional compensation
at Perisacola. Mrs. Mahlon Gore Crossings in
annually because of the additional FOR 5 Rooms Furnished South Main
and Mrs. O'Neal also gave interesting OrlandoThe RENT---Bungalo ,
space required for the parcels post.
reports, as delegates from the Orlando -
While Street.
rejecting the recommendaOSTEOPATHY-
chapter. Tea was served and sev- Atlantic Coast Line and the
eral musical numbers given, the remainder Seaboard Air Line are repairing the -- -- -- -- -- -

of the afternoon being givenup street crossings, laying new plankingand Seven Room House, South Orlando.

to a social hour.Meetings making the crossings passable.The .

Postponed work is being hastened and it

r Owing to the busy days before will not be long until all crossings in DR. J. C .HOWELL Two New Five Room Houses, South West Orlando.

Christmas several of the card clubs the city are in the finest condition. Hours, 10.12,3.5. and by appointment

have postponed their meetings until This work is the outgrowth of actionon No extra charge For hOuse treatment

after the holidays. Mrs. W. P. Wat- the part of the city council which Except Night Calb.Telep.hone -
son will not entertain the PoinsettiaClub demanded that the railroads improve I connections

until the early part of January. their crossings. Office: cor.: Orange and Central Ave*. 111111111111111111111111'1111111111'1111111111111111181111 '1111111111111111111'-

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I. W. Phillips & Sons Orlando Auto Supply Co.

26 East Pine St. 210 South Orange Ave f

The Pine Street shop will be ready for business in

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

I sales department. fect condition, electric lights and

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

charge of the repair department.; Mr. Wilson starter, fully equipped with extra

t comes to us highly recommended and
our guarantee -
i goes with all his work. tire on demountable rim. This

L KILLY-SPRINGFIELD{ { & GOODRICH TIRES. car is a real bargain at $500.00.


i Orlando Auto & Supply Co. San Juan Garage Co.UMMMMMM6MMMMMMM '

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I FOR RENT-Suite by Dr. Christ.of rooms Long now term occupied uD1ber.: : ., Lat.hs and Shingles

SENTINELWANT I, tenants 11-13-tfc only desired. Jno. 3!. Cheney.

FOR RENT-Large, attractive room. s
G S Inquire No. 8 West Washington St.
Gf[ 11-8-tfc
FOR RENT-Small flat, modErn: con-
veniences unfurnished. Jas. A.
The Morning Sentinel Want Knox. 11-3-tf
. Directory is the Greatest Want ORLAN"DO:
l Ad Medium in Orlando. FOR RENT-Larg'e convenient rooms
for light housekeeping. Also pleas-
w Terms Cash in Advance. ant sunshine front bed room on first
floor. Private family and modern
RATES conveniences. 315 West Central.
For One Day ______________25t; 11-24-tfc. Royal Cement Agatite Plaster and Perfection Lime
For Three Days ____________50c ,
THE BEST 'INVESTMENT For Six Days _______________73c -- -- ----- -
For One Month ____________$2.50 FOR RENT-Apartment of four nice- -
This rate applies on all ads of ly furnished rooms; gas separate c
You can make is in Propertynear 25 words or less. If the ad con- bath, new house; adults only. 604
the business center. It tains more than 25 words the rate Magnolia avenue. 11-10-tf- HOUSEHOLD ECONOMYOn
has all the highest class pub will be one cent per word for WANTED
each additional word for each insertion -
lic improvements. .
If you can't bring your ad i to WANTED-Return New York portion of ticketto Bos- the ledgers of the Orlando Bank & Trust Company are the records ot
It is Sure to IncreaseIn the office telephone No. 24. Ac- Philadelphia or
counts opened by telephone will be ton via New York. Ladies' ticket many dollars saved by women of Orlando and the vicinity who have learned how
only. P. O. Box 207. 12-9-12t
Valueand payable the following day. much more economical it is to manage the household finances on the .'paybycheck" -

Home Business- ROOMS FOR RENT .
while waiting will paya Every -Every plan.
EeryIan has use for a
good percentage for your Sentinel Want Ad. NICE, LARGE FURNISHED ROOM: Economy in household management is daily beeoming a more pressing

time.Better pay a fair price for 10-25-tf to adults only. 409 Delaney street. necessity. Follow the example of those householders who have found the prac-

property well located than to FOR SALE tical solution of the problem of how to make the family income go farthest.An .
buy for a song far out. FOR SALE-Two beautiful lots in light housekeeping rooms; appreciation of'lurther interest on your part will be appreciated.
Let us show you the com- close in all conveniences. 305 North
Colonial Park $300 each also cot- ;
parison in location and prices tage in Concord Park; modern; im :Main: street. 12106tcMISCELLANEOUS We pay 4 percent on savings account on Time Certificates Deposit.

and we believe you will agree provements. Rent pays 8 per cent.

with us.ORUDO. G94 on ,whole Orlando.investment. Owner 12-ll-6t, Box ORLANDO BANK & TRUST CO.

BIRD DOG, three years old for sale
BUILDING LAND CO FOR SALE-Ten acres fine orange cheap. Butt's Kandy Kitchen.
land; about 3 acres cleared; 3-4 ofa 12-13-tf Orlando Florida
mile south of Gill's store and 1-2 LOOK-City! lot and 10 Buick; $235 .
II North Orange Avenue mile east of Lake Conway on terminal each. W. R. Higgins, Orlando and y
of proposed brick road. Ad- Chuluota. 12612tcIF
PHONE 608 dress Anna II. Piatt R. R. No. 1, Box
43, Orlando. 11-24-lm. OMMM.HMMMMMillltUmMIIIIIIIIIMMIiilMllimiHllillMIMilllOMM.
you come to II. Kanner's New York
FOR SALE-Nice, comfortable home Bargain Store. We will sell new
for small family; grapefruit guava goods for the holidays at sacrifive
FRED B. DALEC. and orange trees; six squares of post- prices. 12-5-23t
Marion avenue. or Hotel Astor.11.18lmo' .
A. PEPPERCORN Contractor Orange avenue is now open. Beau-
tiful location near Lake Lucerne. -WINTER
FOR SALE-Five room house one Home cooking. Spacious veranda.
--- mile from court house, $650. One Mrs. W. T. Walker; 11-19-lmoc
Liberty Brush automobile $75. Inquire -
Shoe Hospital 8 East Church .
I Business Directory'l street. 11-17-lmo LOST AND FOUND -


ForBUSY FOR SALE-One seven passenger, LOST-White violet pin, set with
MEN. six: cylinder automobile, 1 year old, pearls. Reward if returned to
first class condition. Don't answer Hammond & Bunch's store. 12-2-tf F EB. 9-131915
unless interested. Address Bargain,
care of Sentinel. 11-14-tf IF YOU ARE LOOKING for well
rooted orange and grapefruit buds,
Bouton Brothers corner Church H.
see McDanid. Phone 708.
and Orange avenue. Shoes repaired FOR SALE-Cabbage Plants Charleston EDUCATIONAL
while you wait. Best rubber heels Wakefield, $1.00 per thousand.
40 cents. Best English tan leather. Frank Phillips, Pine Castle. NOTICE-I have accepted agency for
Phone 487. 11-15-lmo 10-28-tf Wilson & Toomer's fertilizers in Embracing-Agriculture, Horticulture, Floriculture, Domestic
Orange county and will
BUYERS AND SELLERSI FOR SALE-Fine cypress fence posts. patronage of their old customers appreciatethe Arts and Crafts, with exhibits of Stock, Hogs and Poultry,
Inquire of Frank Phillips, Pine Cas- and hope to make new friends for this
buy sell rent and exchange real' tie 9.18-tf firm. Their Ideal brands are too well and the products of South Florida. Racing, Polo, Sports
estate. Have resided in Orlando Fla., known for any comment at my hands.
over 30 years. Have handled over FOR SALE-Forty acres of fine My experience as a grower of both AreoplansLectures and Entertainments all kinds
20000000. Call and see me. hammock land; eight in grove; the fruit and vegetables warrants we in
10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER.Get present crop of oranges will be from saying as their agent I can be of
750 to 1,000 boxes; 500 trees all told, real service to those who have grove
the news in the Sentinel first. ready for setting: -10 acres in lake, trouble. I am prepared to give to I -For information or premium list address
one and quarter miles from Apopka. my patrons not only my own experience -
Price, $5,000. Address W. H., Box but that of the firm which cov-
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178, Orlando, Fla. 9-23-tf ers every detail of the citrus and veg- I ; VVM.' R. O'NEAL, Sec'y II. H. DICKSON, Pres
Christmas and New citrus industry. H. C. McDaniel.
Phone 708.EIGHTEEN.
Wood $1.50 a strand up. Hand's
Year Holiday Coal Yard phone 566. 9-31-tf IMIIIIIMIi ..I.II.III.II..II.I..III.II..I..I" . . . .,

land on Lake Gatlin; sixteen in
Excursion FaresVia -
FOR RENT-Beautiful dwelling with five year old oranges and grapefruit;
garage; elegantly furnished; on overlooks four lakes; in perfect con-
the Lake Lucerne. Jas. A. Knox. dition. Price $12,000. Nothing bet-
8-27-tf ter in Florida unless it is the prop- PIM.
Atlantic Coast Line erty below described. I 3Wp.1Pur '
FOR RENT-Furnished, two extra
large rooms, facing Lake Eola. 215 TWENTY ACRES, in good neighbor- .
East Robinson. 12-13-6t hood; fine land; 10 acres in bear-
Standard Railroad of the South
ing trees; good lake protection; good
FOR RENT Cottage, 6 rooms, unfurnished crop on trees Price $10,000 with
; just remodelled; all mod- fruit; or owner will keep fruit, deducting SPECIALSpecial
Tickets will be on sale by the Atlantic ern conveniences; 10 minutes, walk $2,000 for same. Offered only .
Coast Line to all points from postoffice; near Lake Lucerne. for reasons beyond owners control.
South of the Ohio and Potomac and 108 America street. Address K., care See II. C. McDaniel for particulars.
East of the Mississipip Rivers, including Sentinel, or phone 573. 12-13-6t Phone 708.
Washington, Cincinnati, Ev- Xmas Sale of Brass Beds at KINCAID
ansville, and Cairo for all trains FOR RENT-Furnished for light :
December 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, housekeeping, suite of large sunny '
25, and 31, and January 1, limited returning rooms; all modern conveniences. Also I' WE HAVE Irish NOW Potatoes READY, warrantedfree FOR DELIVERY & SNOWDEN
January 6th; and to many two nice bed rooms; private family; from scab or other diseases.
points in the Northwest and South- close in. 312 North Main St. I
Drop me a card or phone 708 and let
west on December 19th to 24th, in- 12-13-luk
clusive and 29th to 31st limited I us talk over your requirements. I
returning -
will' make it to our mutual advan SALE PRICE $9.98
January 18. Also to Key BED .
West and Havana Dec. 17, 20, 24 FOR modern RENT-6 improvements room house furnished with all tage. H. C. McDaniel. $20.00
; ;
and 27 with
limit 3
January 1915.
$150 season 3 months. One cottage,
For further particulars, schedules, for light housekeeping $30 a month. Phone 464
reservations, etc., apply to Ticket Room and board for couple of tourists I brass satine finish.
in either polished
Finished or
Agents, Atlantic Coast Line or address $12 per week. Inquire Cooper I AUTO FOR HIRE

& Atha. 12-13-6t ,FIRST CLASS REPAIRING-

Tampa, Florida. GENERAL CONTRACTING are We give with all cash sales.
prepared to furnish bids on all 17 Hughey Street Orlando Fla. coupons
kinds of general contract and building 12-10-lm
Take a slant at the want ads. work. Can furnish plans and give .-r.
best of references; remodelling worka -
specialty. Address "M. N. S.," care

Sentinel.FOR RENT-Rooms, with or 12-13-6t without IDEALCHRISTMAS Kincaid & Snowden "

.Pin Street.JEWELER t. I board; also rooms for light house-
keeping; several apartments from 1 GIFTSare =
to 4 rooms each at very reasonable
prices. Inquire of F. L. Anderson,
i 12-6-tf 112 West Church street. Phone 459. Low Priced Furniture::,House.

fancy wood bottom I

EXPERT WATCH MAKER FOR RENT-12 room boarding house, Cor. Main andPine Sts. Orlando, FloridaGORfl'S
almost new; 9 good bed rooms, elec-
tric lights and bath; $35 per month. Serving Trays
I make a specialt" of Fine F. L. Anderson, office 112 W. Church I -
Watch Clock and Jewelery Repairing street. Phone 459. 12-6-tf be .
May seen at
; Diamond Setting Ring -

and Spectacle Repairing. FOR RENT Seven room house wa- Dr. F. F.
; '
Bring me repairs others have ter, gas electric lights, bath etc.; 210 N. Orange Ave.. CARRIAGE I Thompson
failed to do, and I will repair barn stable chicken house; lot 100 by -t 1
200 feet. DENTIST
them satisfactorily or no charge. Apply at 735 North Orange
avenue. 10-31-tf orPhone -ANDE -
My prices are 113: S. Orange A Ve'., over Curtis &

FOR light RENT-Furnished housekeeping; also rooms rooms for for 656 I DR. L. H. RAMSDEU O'Xeal's Store-

CHAS. VATER lodging, with or without board. This BAGGAGE E TRANSfER OPTOMETRIST Hours 8.30 ajn. to 5.30 p.m.
property also for sale cheap. 623 W. Wednesday and
and a sample will be takento p.m116ti
JEWELEREast street. 12-11-6t. L. T. HARRELL Prop. (Successor t. Dr. G. F. Lui./
you for your inspectionand .
Pine Street, at Young's well furnished suite, bed room people and, I' order. Piano and Furniture FIT GLASSES GRIND LENSES Eat what you want. -- ,
Repair Shop sitting room with private lavatory. Specialty Sat all you want.
4-d&w-lm Also single rooms and a garage MADE IN ORLANDO Moving a AND DO ALL KINDS OF Take a postscript and forget it.
t nlendid location. No. 9 E. Wa;hing- r For sale by all druggists. ,
ton St. 11-29-1mc 8 E. !! r.7-d&wlyr:

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ARRIVES When in Doubt About

MY OBJECT Houseboat Owned by Capt. A TREEBy Christmas Present Buy a Book

Laughlin of Orlando Arrived -
TICKLE THE PUBLIC'S Friday at M. QUAD Everybody likes books and our line is

JacksonvilleYesterday Copyright by Associated Literary and varied that
Press.I so large whatever the literary ..

PALATE morning the commodious tastes of your friends may be we can

1;houseboat Framlin arrived in this am something of a reformer not furnish a book they will enjoy. We will

4 port from Chesapeake bay on her way only in theory but In practice and wrap them ready for mailing and enclose a a

4 WATCH THIS SPACE I to Sanford. She is now moored at when I discovered the man up a treeI card if desired.
the S. B. Hubbard company's wharf. determined to try my hand at ele-

4 I The vessel is owned and commandedby vating his moral standard.

Capt. James Laughlin III. She I had extended: sympathy and moreor \Y. S. BRANCH,

has the distinction of being the only less financial aid to this man up a
tree. In a burst of confidence he had The Arcade Book and Music Store
vessel shown on the shipping register
confessed to me that he had been a
from Orlando.
swindler a gambler a confidence man
The Framlin is 62 feet over all
and a great deal more. lIe had come
and has a breadth of beam of 16 feet. to me as a man who had at least seen

She is modern in every particular. the error of his ways and sighed to -The 4JetOF .

i Capt. Laughlin will take his vessel take another track and be counted

'south to Sanford within the next few with the good and respectable. lie

9Ilr days, where he will spend the winter. had given me the name of U. Jones- CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY
i Jones. When he threw himself V
The Framalin may be used for cruis-
my mercy as it were-when he madea
ing in Florida waters during the win- ; clean FRESH AND SALT MEATS
breast of his wicked career
. I ter season. and added that if any one would aid Kept under the best sanitary conditions.

BUYERS TO SHARE IN PROFITS 1 Capt. Laughlin built the Framlin :i him he would turn into honest paths Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh

LOWER PRICES ON FORD CARS in Orlando. Since being launched the and travel on without a limp.-I agreedto
e ; vessel has covered many thousands of take him in hand I gave him mon- pure.
Effective from August '1, 1914 to August miles up and down the Atlantic coast. ey for a week's vacation from crime We Invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have

1,1915 and guaranteed against any reduc- -Times-Union, 12th. and when the vacation was over was everything in the Meat Line.Solf.
that time: I to see what further could be done. 1
tion during EC.I
took my week off at the same time M. & Go.

Touring Car $555.00 HALF MILLION DOLLAR FIRE and brought up amid the fresh butter-
milk and dew kissed goldenrod of the PINE STREET

505.00 .., .
Runabout country.On
Birmingham Suffers Loss of Five
F. O. B. Orlando. AU can fully equipped. Story Building and Moving the second night of my stay as
I sat by my open window at midnight
farther, we will be able to obtain the maximum efficiency Picture House to finish the last of my cigar and won-
and the minimum coat In eat
In oar factory production der if Jones-Jones had kept
and talea departments if w. reach an output (
JOO.OOO purchasing car between the above dates. I Birmingham, Ala., Dec. 12.-Fire straight during the last forty-eight

And mould we reach thU production we aree U pay. .." here today destroyed a five story hours. I suddenly caught sight of him
the bnyer-a chars fro. '4' to MO per car too .r fc t building occupied by the SteeleSmithDry on the ground below. It was a farm-
retail boyer who pareha a new I.ET l\lE BEAUTIFY YOUR GROUNDS
1.115)) to every
e August house hotel at which I was stopping.
Ford ear between August 1. IIU and Angiut 1. 1S15. Goods company, causing a loss
low prices and prolt- I had a corner room. and at that corner WHETHER A COUNTRY ESTATE
For further particulars regarding three estimated $400,000.. Falling walls .
of the bouse stood a large:; apple -
.harin* plan ... caused $20,000 damage to a moving .
tree. I had observed that u big limb
F. G. RUSH, picture theater and another dry goods branched out so close to my window OR A SMALL CI1LOT

store nearby. that I could have descended by it. -

Phone 226 What descend by can also
you can you
ascend by. I bad no sooner caught
Partisan spectacles enable the
sight of Jones-Jones at the foot of the
wearer to see only what he wants to
tree at an hour when everybody was
see. supposed to be in bed than I under-

stood that he intended to pay me a
secret visit. Mr. Jones-Jones bad no
sooner begun to climb that apple tree Werner F. Nehrling

"GET IT AT ALLENS"Suggestions than I made ready to receive him

with all due hospitality. There was
no club in the room. but the water LANDSCAPES

pitcher bad been filled for the night -A!' D-

i i i i and made a :good weapon.I .
waited with patience until be bad CONSULTING HORTICULTURiST

reached a particular position and then If you contemplate planting a citrus grove I I
brought the pitcher down upon his
f head. The idea was to administer an it will pay you to get my a \'ice.

trt anaesthetic and it was a success. lie -
,, + c
pitched forward into the room with a

: Hl.M long drawn sigh. Then I forced bran- Tampa, Fla
a dy between his teeth and bathed his
{t fl1i face with water. and In the course of a Onice Above PEOPLES NATIONAL BAM''
d. quarter of an hour my midnight visitor

c- (: '_ A4: ?' had so far recovered his senses that I PHONE 570 II.IOtfTHE
ventured to remark:
> "Well. Jones-Jones. why didn't you

tell me that you were coming. that I J
: i o n ; o might be on the lookout for you?"

"Sir. my name is Brown-Brown and
:_ I don't exactly understand the situa-
a il pQr ._ tion. Am I in your room or are you
in mine?'

"I believe it's my room." I replied.
"Now. then. Sir. Ashmere. as to the
business in band." said BrownBrownto

me. "If you think you can advanceme PACKING HOUSE AT ORLANDOIs
$500 I am sure I can make a go

p'\ of It." modern, fully equipped with the' best up-to-
front' It took me a little while to catch on.
: date machinery, and gives the citrus grower the
but by and by I discovered that Jones
Jones had been knocked out and PROPER PACK I Mi

Our Catalog .o ., Brown-Brown had taken his place. FIRST AID TO
Jones-Jones was a crook who wantedto HIGHEST PRICES

reform. Brown was a poor but hon- which however would not accomplish the end desiredby
3 ,
$1675ze 1 est man who wanted to go into the
Gold Pilled making of shirts.I the grower, if he did not also have available the services :-

Hunting Case Sli.ii had turned Jones-Jones the crookback
Guaranteed 20 1 ear O Size Cold FJIed
Finely Jewc-d! OKI.IY r 2' Open Face Case into Brown-Brown the honest ofTHE
ralnam! Movement i Guaranteed 20 Years man by a knock on the head. When CHASE & CO
Ko. 3P6 Finely Jelled EI0nYvVuham or my week was up we went back to
,' Movement town together and 1 gave Brown
Brown money enough to set up in shirt

making.My which, with selling forces thoroughly organized, experienced -

man prospered wonderfully well competent and reliable.
People said he was a little eccentric,
but he was honest and a hard worker. GIVES THE GROWER

In one year he had paid me back half HIGHEST AVERAGE NET RESULTS

my money and built up a good busi-

$100 .No 6231 ness. One day a detective entered the CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITEDGROWERS'
1 Cold ihelL y .e0'', $u.OO Sold GoM store to make a purchase. lie had
4 11' +U ; o" No goE"gl.sh '-D, :MARKETING AGENTS
Cold j-Hrt i FInish Hand Engraved known Jones-Jones as a crook. lie
Rows Fmrj \\ a 20 J-'Genuine ndant Attachment Pink Cameo knew that Jones-Jones had a crooked CHASE & COMPANY

S. .;t latent Safety Catch and finger on his right band and a moleon .
his left cheek. When he discovered
Main Office, Jacksonville, Florida
SI SO No 8S73 that Brown-Brown had these same 9-30-d&w A. R. BOGUE Orlando "!
Agent *.
Scarf Pin and Link Set identification
S17CO 12 Size 14 K Cold Filled No. 908'G.td marks he began to look
Filled. Enghsh tmii Open }ace Case Guarantee 2> Years at him more closely and by and by

Finely Jeweled Elgin o: he made up his mind that the old crook
\t'-ltham Movement stood before him. He was so sure of

; it that he set out to make an arrest.

Brown-Brown was an honest man. but .
S3 50 No 8084
*J 7* No 8072 Solid Cold. English Finish in his surprise he started to make a
II: Solid fine Cold. English Finish Fine Kurrun Pearls bolt of it As he ran out of his shop /
0 Patent Amethyst Safety Doublet Catch \ and down the street pursued by the detective

he encountered a policeman. Hammond & Gore
who tapped him on the head with his 1
club. Brown-Brown went down like
$300 No 7933 $1200
Solid Gold Cenuine Fine \VX eDiamond a log and was carted off to the station.I !IFUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.UbREAL .
English Finish \ was present when his senses returned -
Genuine; Pink Coral .Grate $9 SO No. 7336( In 14 K Tiffany Mounting and you can Imagine my feelings '

38 a. Solid ColdEnglish No. 37 when he sat up and said: [ VALUES LOW PRICES
FinishReconstructed "Well you've got me at last but I
52000Genuine And Rose Diamonds Ruby !500 gave you a run for it You fellers ain't COMPARE
White Cenuine Fine White'Diamond .
\ -> Diamond : half sharpr'You _
la 14 K Tiffany Mounting In 14 K Tiffany Mounting are Jones-Jones the crook."said
No. 33 1\11-4', the sergeant. OUR FURNITURE"We
$S5000 IT IS FREE MAIL ORDERS "Of course I am and the slickest I I j

Genuine<<: Fine White J Send for our new yj,,,- Any article pictured here $1.5.00 crook In the country. Is It that bank provide the quality of furniture that has long
"illK I' T\fi"T\ trated Catalog. It contains or in our Catalog for- Cenuine FiDe White business you want me for this time?" furniture the a
been knowing buyers aa
accepted by
N 7i.ounbnc the latest productions in warded, "Mr. Brown-Brown"- began as I
Ti'o'1: .
+ JEWELRY. We will have on receipt of theseprice'fa .4 K .( !ou...... stepped forward but the crook stoppedme standard of merit. If an article is here it is good.
in it. &- here it otherwise. We can't make J
pleasure sending Delivery guaranteed. with: It wouldn't'be were

"Who in blank is Brown-Brown?" this point too clear-it is one of the foundation stonesof I

Then I realized how it was I had this business, and that means much to any buyer. 1
smashed Jones-Jones the crook over I I
tha head with a water pitcher and j

changed: him into Brown-Brown the McNMI & DAVIS BLOCK,
honest shirt constructor. The policeman -

had smashed Brown-Brown with Cor. Orange AV'e. and Church s t., Orlando Fla. t
his club and changed him back Into

JEWELERS FLA. Jones-Jones the crook. '-- J



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K SOME STATE CLIPPINGS Citrus xchange_ Orders PackingHouses KIEL BARRACKS DESTROYED GERMANS: SEIZE BOATS HIGH ,SCHOOL NOTES would have. The interest shown at I
to Close this meeting was such that an imme- of
; Because of the demoralized condi- Mysterious Fire Causes Big Loss at Norwegian Boats Valued at $400,000 diate organization wag decided upon.
Hugh Sparkman is one of the characters Charles Limpus, class of '16, will be
Barracks, 25 Miles
tion of the northern markets and the Gottorp Were Confiscated by
He The senior classical club will meet I
of Florida journalism. condition of much of the fruit From Kiel the Kaiser th edirector. This fact alone goes far
! tries it awhile' in one place, makes poor for its final session this year on Tues- towards guaranteeing the band's success I

? it a success, or at least never makes being' shipped by independent packers day, December 15. The new program as every one acquainted with I
at this time, orders have been received Copenhagen, via London, Dec. 12.-1
i a failure, and at some unexpected to cease operations at the local News has been received here Christiana, Dec. 12.-The prize committee has everything arrangedand Charles' musical ability agrees. I

moment retires with a profit, pus his exchange packing house until better great Gottorp barracks near Kiel: court at the German port of Swine- promises a delightful hour to the Seventh Grade "Lit."
5 roll in his pocket, lights his cigar and, munde, on the Baltic, has rendered its members of the club on this occasion.
conditions prevail. The citrus fruit have been completely destroyed by The Seventh Grade Literary Socie-
f saunters out into the state hunting decision in the cases of five Norwe- Among the many new students enrolling I
market has been in poor condition almost fire, the origin of which is kept secret. ty will end it's year's work Friday, .
t for another nice little newspaper in- gian steamers seized by German war- in the High School this
since the season opened because The Gottorp barracks are 25 miles December 18, with a fine pro,. m.
vestmen. And he invariably finds it, ships, according to word which Mr. Carl Rushell, of Emporium,
of the efforts to rush immature and northwest of Kiel on an island be- The entire class is looking t ?erly
Pa., who has entered the senior class.
planks down the purchase money in reached Christiana today. Both the I
! damaged fruit to the north. The tween the Schlei and Burg See. The forward to this entertainment and .
cash, makes a success of the venture ships and their were declared 1 To all these new schoolmates we wish
Florida Citrus Exchange has made old ducal Schloss Gottorp is the main everybody expects to have a dandy
, and sells out again in due season to lawful prizes, and were confiscated.The I to say this one word, "Welcome.
strong efforts to induce the growersto building of the barracks. time.
repeat his experience. After leaving vessels were loaded with wooden -
F hold back their fruit for better
; the Orlando Sentinel recently we lost pit props, consigned to English There is music in the air: "'Tis
conditions and prices and little ship- LETTERS TO THE SENTINEL
t track of him, but we knew that he mine owners. The decision of the true, 'tis-(the rest of the quotation' A correspondent In Washington
has been done by the exchange,
ping Editor
t was on the trail of another paper and except on orders. The local packing The tramp seems: to hold the centerof prize court is consequent upon the recent does not apply). Friday evening at 7; "scooped" Secretary Redfield by telling -

would soon encircle it. He has. It is house closed down Tuesday night.- attraction these days, and anybody classification by the German government o'clock the "high school band" met him he was to be promoted from

i the Daytona Journal, and we wish that feels so disposed takes a of wood as contraband.The I for its first rehearsal. This is abso- $12,000 to $10,000, as one of the trade
New Smyrna Breeze.
. him his usual good luck in his venture rap at him. seized ships were valued at lutely the newest class, club or or- commission.
Let me state that it is not a tramp
. Sparkman is a living refuta- problem that confronts the American $400,000.Up ganization in the High School, and as

: tion of the adage that a rolling stone Rest Room Closed nation but an unemployed problem, its name implies, it has as its object D.n't wait fir every one in town to

: gathers no moss. He both rolls and The Star regrets to say that Com- and that this unemployed problem is the making of music. A preliminary have Entrican the painter, before
and the size of his roll is always has been not only national but international. to date painting, papering, etc., in the week
; gathers, fort Lodge, the rest room, Now let us see who this man whomwe is the kind want. Where to meeting was held early you try. Am too busy t. 1 look you
such as to astonish his profes- closed. It's pity this good institution you for the of finding what hopeof '
< a great term as a tramp and hobo is. The purpose up. Phone 636, and I will be on the
: sional brethren who lack his genius can't be kept open. A num- tramp was at one time born of respectable it? That's easy, phone 636. W. T. support such an organization job. 1-20-tf

for accumulating moss.-Lakeland it parents, the same as we Entrican. 1-20-tf
4 ber of people have supported nobly, .
F were, and before he became a tramphe
; Telegram. but the great majority viewed it with probably was an honest worker

; --0t indifference-.Ocala Star. and citizen.If I -
a man becomes an outcast of so-
t One Tramp Differeth From Another -0-- ciety it is largely due to the unjust
St. Augustine, Fla., Dec. 12.-Road system under which we live, and thoseof
i Over in Orlando they are vigorously plans for the brick highway south us who support this system are

i debating through the local press from St. Augustine to the Volusia as much responsible for the downfall -
of a man as is the victim himself.
the of whether not to feed
question or
line by way of Hastings and Bunnell The tramp is only a product of a bad
the tramps and hobies. Some want the J. B. Mc-
have been
r to put them on the streets and make Crary Engineering completed company by it was system.We have in the United States today -I A Box of REAL Good Cigars is What Every Man Wants.

them earn their keep, while the mayor about six million men out of,
T. L. Wolfe, the
announced today. work. Six million men begging for i I] We Have Packed in Attractive Christmas
wants to a room serve
open soup
i local representative,and two draughtsmen a chance to live. New York alone
them with free lunches. There can have returned from an automo- has five hundred thousand unem- Boxes Our Famous Brands.

1- be no hard and fast rule laid down. bile trip over the road, checking over ployed. What a travesty on civilization -
r There are tramps and tramps and one in the of- when six million men are face to
the specifications prepared
face with starvation in a country of
1 tramp differeth from another in merit fice with the actual conditions of the plenty. The only way to deal with i \ i i > ">
r or the want of it as one star differeth road. It is expected that the con- this unemployed evil is for the gov- T.TCER: :i "N"T" CrECLE":I I : i I

l from another in glory. The professional tractors, the Wilson Construction ernment to lend money to the states
is unmistakable, for he has the and municipalities without interest.
company, will soon begin work on the But our "pork barrel" congress will AND
index of his trade in tone and
fr every paving of the highway south. not appropriate a penny to relieve
F glance and pose and he should be The bad stretch through Twelve- the misery of the workers.
i made to work for his grub. The other :Mile Swamp on the Jacksonville road What we need is to abolish the zr'cxr: SOT.TTE3: :
present order of society, and estab-
1 f kind-and there are not many has been completed and the detours lish in its stead a system where every -

them-are shiftless and improvident, which now have to be made by auto- man shall do useful work and receive -
but not without self respect and are the full social product of his
mobile are inconsequential. No Experiment When You Buy These Brands;. Which are
t r willing' to work. A little pointed labor. As long as we permit a few
men to own the means of life on
questioning may easily differentiatethe which the of the On Sale at Your Dealers The. Retail.
two clases and the law should Schaller, Iowa, couldn't have got bulk people dependfor at Regular .
a living, just so long will there
hold the one and let the other go. on the map in a more creditableway be unemployment, misery, poverty, Prices-No Advance For the Christmas
The professional bum should meet | than by the largest per capita contribution degradation, crime and shame. The

with 'no charity and the community l I to the Red Cross fund. by incompetency the evils this of capitalism system produces.is proven Packages. Ask the Man Who Smokes.

should be cleansed of him as a houseof o Respectfully,

vermin, but abundant care shouldbe j Xon-advertising merchants have GEORGE LEWIS.
exercised to make no mistake and I only themselves to blame if more

not punish the unfortunate out of a wide-awake men get the cream of Who is your painter and decorator?
If satisfied the of "THE SMOKE OF SATISFACTION"
job and willing to take one.Lakeland -I'the trade, leaving them only the skim you are keep one you
if W. T.
have; not, phone Entrican,
Telegram. milk. No. 686. 1-20-tf -

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Has left a great supply of things to fill the Boys and Girls stockings-pay Him a visit this j

week at McCULLOCH'S and make your childrens' hearts glad--you can find Toys and


, Dolls of all kinds at a price that will suit your pocket book.

Special This Week, Full Size Irish x.11---n'

Hobby Horses __________$1.50 to $10.00 Campbell Kids _____________25c; to $1.00 Toy Tea Sets ______________25c.; to $3.25 Toy Pianos ------__________25c. to $6.00

Velocipedes ______________$3.00 to $6.00 Negro Dolls ______________60c. to $2.25 Toy Table and Chair ______________$1.25 Dump Carts -----_________25c. and 50c. '"

Doll Carts ________________25c. to $5.00 Tango Kid Dolls _________________$1.00 Childs Table and Chair ___$3.50 to $6.00 Teddy Bears, Hogs, Horses, Drums, Guns,

WickerRocking Chair __$1.35 to $2 Jointed and Kid Dolls _______25c to $3.50 Doll Beds _________________lOc. to $2.00 Tops and all Kinds of Toys, priced

Uudressed Baby Dolls ______lOc. to $7.00 Dressed Dolls ___________lOc. to $15.00 Childs Kitchen Cabinet _____50c. to $2.00 from _______________ lOc. to $10.00



Ladies Neckwear. Scarfs, Hosiery. Handkerchiefs, Handbags, Wear Ever Aluminum Cooking Utensils, Make a Useful andEverlasting

Boudoir Caps and Hair Ornament, just received a big lot Xmas Gift, Our Stock of Fancy Chinaware is

of Ribbons, 5c to 60c yd., Table Covers with Scarf to Match, well assorted, and priced lOc to 51.50 per piece, A great

25 and 50c each. lot of Vases lOc to S3.00 each.


miss our display of latest Toys of all kinds in our Toy Windows this A great display Dressed Dolls, Toy Furniture, etc., in our Doll Windows

week, On Display Today. On Display Today.


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Manicure Sets, $1.25 to ------- 1.00 TONIGHT
Pajamas, $1.00 to $5.00Shirts
Mirrows, $2.00 to $3.50
First Show 7 P. M.
,> 75c. to
-------------- $4.00Ties
Picture Frames, 35c. to
------- $7.50Clocks

25c. to $1.50Half
$1.50 to -----------------
------------- $5.00
Jewel Boxes, 35c. to Hose, lOc. to
----------- $1.00

Combs, 25c. to_______________ $3.00$6.00 "WHEN .' THEIR BRIDES Bath Robes, $4.50 to----------$10.00 -

Brushes, $1.00 to 5 QQ GOT SHANGHAIED"VICTOR ,
. ------------ Smoking Jackets $4.50 to$12.00

Madiera Sets and Doilies,20c. to Of CA
1. Gloves, 50c. to___ $3.00
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Center Pieces, $1.00 to
51.50 DRAMA Hats $1.50 to $5.00 -
4 Scarfs, $1.00 to ------u_____
$7.50 "FOR THE PEOPLE"AND Silk Hats 6.00
Cluney Sets $1.00 to
lie ---------- $7.50
Handkerchiefs, lOc. to
-------- $1.00Canes
Smoking Stands, $1.50 to $5.00 5 5
Statuary, $2.00 to____________ $4.00 and Umbrellas, $1.00 to $6.00 -:

Dresden Baskets, .. Caps, 50c. to $2.00
\ $1.00 to 2.50 ---------------- :
visit to our Soda Fountain and Lucheonette.
Dolls, 75c., $1.00 and_________ SI.50 h Pay a Suits, $15.00 to ---.------ 25.00
.. Admission Free until 6.30 p.m.
Pullman Slippers ------------- $1.50 ,
and Raincoats
Overcoats $5. to$25.00
Admission, Nights, Children, 5c., Adults, lOc
Toilet Sets, $3.00 ----------$25.00 .


You will find on the Third Floor a particu- was such a MAGNIFICIENT SELEC- LEATHER GOODSA E
larly brilliant display of ALL THE NEWEST TION SEEN IN ORLANDO, from the practical, BEAUTIFUL LINE OF HANDBAGS, in t.A,
STYLES AND CUTTINGS OF THE FINEST everyday umbrella to the handsome novelty silver all leathers and silks, $1.00 to $10.00PARTY
CUT GLASS AMERICA.. and gold mounted affairs. CASES, square and oblong shapes,
:Many of the designs are exclusive. PRICES Special Values beautifully fitted in nickle and gilt
$1.00 to $10
i ARE VERY LOW. $2.00 to $30.00

Silk Hosiery: in Fancy Boxes Special Invitation to All Hand Painted Nippon China { ,'

/; Handkerchiefs, Perfumery in Fancy Boxes 4 S

1 ? b Wonderful Selection Vantines

v Marabou Scarfs Dear Madam:
One of the expert Corsetieres from Geisha Flowers :,
Silver the makers of the famous La Yictoire
Sterling Bags
Corsets will visit us and give practical Oriental Violet
Ladies' Suits, Coats, Dresses demonstrations of the most up.to-date
models of these famous garments show-
Turkish BlossomCorylopsis
Rugs and Furniture ing how they improve the figure and the
perfect ease with which they are worn.
316i Beautiful Pictures 'Ve hope you will be able to visit us dur- of Japan .
ing this interesting exhibition.
Slippers For Alll Yours truly, Sandalwood Extract
Itj \ Dainty Neckwear The Corset Department Toilet Water
Dec. 14th to Dec. 26th, inclusive.
Jewelry and Hair Ornaments i Powders and Soaps in all oders


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Automobile Violators Were Also I

; Assessed Fines of $11- j
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Beck Pleaded "Not \ !
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THE G. U. G.'S ARE GIVERS OF USEFUL I There were varied and sundry Of-I
GIFTS. fenses before "His Honor" in
I court yesterday. As a general rule
The most useful, encouraging, help Monday's: docket is filled with a large

I ful gift for Christmas is a State Bank number of cases. i|
I A. L. Beck, who was arrested by i
Saving Account. Opened before the 23th: Officer Carter for following the Orlando | BURGLARS ..

I it fire apparatus on Friday morning -
and presented on Christmas morning, (
appeared before the court, plead-i and Sneak Thieves Hold no Scare
;: cannot but be appreciated to the fullest.A : .
ed "not guilty" and was discharged.
for those \yl o keep their valuables -
I Four per Cent Account leads to almost Ed. Elliott, arrested by Officer ]

limitless opportunities in the life of Broom for disturbing the peace and ;' in our vault.
drunkenness, was fined $5 and costs. :
any young person.INTEREST Mr. Monroe and Lewis Powers ar- I Safe Deposit Soxes
rested by Officer Peel charged with 'II

turning to the left on Pine street and .:, $1 per year and up. ;
I Orange avenue were fined $1 and ''
costs each, and paid. j .- :. .
PAID ON DEPOSITS Mrs.: Daetwyler arrested by Officer I : I
Peel for running her automobile with '

out lights was fined $1 and paid. ..' :.. "
Shade Sparrows, arrested by Offi- '; ': f
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:Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Tew and cer Broom for using profane lan-I} '

LOCAL AND PERSONAL I daughter, Margaret, expect to leave guage and disturbing the peace, was I > .' : :,::,',,'.'-f<' ,
December 12 for Orlando, Fla., where fined $5 and costs, and paid. '. : ',. :.
The Conway school will hold a : they will remain for the winter. Mack Morris arrested by Officer ,

chicken supper December 19. Every Mr. and Mrs. Amasa Finch and Gollins for being drunk, was fined $5 I -'. .. '. .
body is invited to attend.T. daughter, Miss Mary Finch expect to and paid.E. "
I leave next Saturday for Orlando, Fla., Dallas arrested by Officer Collins -
H. Evans, the well known and j I where they will spend the winter.- for fighting, was fined $5 and 'I ; f v 4
popular jeweler has given to the I Times-Record Sayre, Pa. costs and paid. 1.-1 Itt it ID > rl
Charles arrested Officer
Tourist Headquarters a new clock. Morse by I :
Carter for loud solicitation on the I .
Eph Brown and wife, of Fort John Grady Matchett U. S. N., has A. C. L. platform was fined $1 and ;;

Christmas were among the spirited I returned to Orange county and willI costs. .. .. .. :- ...;... .. :...: ....:., 1 ,
shoppers in Orlando yesterday. I make Orlando his future home. His .. ..
| parents live at Pine Castle. Mr.
Before having pictures see "l emotion :Matchett has been in the navy for\PASS QUESTION UP TO;-. II
pictures" at Evans', 100 North several years. lie has circled the -

.Main. 11-25-tf ; globe and participated in the Mexico I STATE DEPARTMENTAFTER
{ trouble. He has many friends in this ;
Despite the inclement weather Sun- 1! community who are glad to see him I I II
day the Presbyterian church services : back amid his old haunts. I LONG DEBATE GAR- I XMAS LINEFountain
held at the Grand theatre were well '

J. II. Sadler the well' known Oak- a termar .'s Ideal
land resident, was in Orlando yester- Will Not Act on Measure Asked ;'
day shaking hands with his many I by Goethals but Will j i

friends and transacting business. wait Diplomatic i t'I PensAPPRECIATED I
Mrs. J.V.. Gettier and daughter Action II I
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Miss Norma returned yesterday afternoon II I
from Tampa, where they had 2300 acres of unim' Washington, Dec. 14.-An urgent ;
been visiting relatives for a few days. I request by Gov. Goethals that tor- GIFTSMcElroy's
land fine
proved pine
i j pedo boat destroyers be sent to himto
Caruthers & Gore have placed a I truck and fruit land, big execute the neutrality laws of the
in their for the United States in his zone of jurisdiction -
new stove store comfort I portion of it has clay
and convenience of their many was passed up today to the state ---
and marl sub soi1. Situ- .
I department.This
patrons. It is surrounded by chilly
patrons these cold snappy days and uate on County road was decided after a conference
certainly feels good. within seven miles of between Secretaries Garrison and
Daniels, and Counsellor Lansing and Pharmacy

Tomorrow evening Lieut. Entrican Orlando. Admiral Fiske, chief aid for opera- .

will give an illustrated lecture before 54.40 an acre will buy tions of the navy department, who
the Men's Open Forum club. lie has decided for the present to postpone a
this tract and the propo- direct answer to Gov. Goethals and
been to the Arctic regions with noted Agents Phone 20HMMIMiMMfllMMMIIIIHOUM
t explorers and his address will be sition is a 'cinch" as a relegate the questions he raised to
worth and the bureau of diplomacy. The new ,
f hearing seeing. small investment. This I
status of the affair indicates that .
t Miss Sarah Slemons left yesterdayfor price is for quick sale. I I there will be a long investigation and i iII' --- -

her home in Orlando, after spending If you want this land the state department will eventually ,!
a couple of weeks in Jacksonville call II'I take the matter up directly with any '
the guest of her brother-in-law and j on nations interested in the charges
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sister, Mr. and Mrs. Richard P. j I I:I made by Gov. Goethals.
s Marks, at their home en East Duval i

l street.-Times-Union. I S. G. OoIive&Son IGET:; INSURANCE TAGS I Ii Ij C -- 4NlEY-

i Miss Ri Alston, of Oakland, who I II Davlosox I.
j spent a couple of days in Jackson- I j
Do Your Tagging Early Urgesi
ville with Miss Clyde Hunt, at her REAL ESTATE I i
I home on Duval street, has gone toE I i Postmaster McLean Who
E t Madison, Ga., where she will visit IS'o. 3 WEST PINE STREET I Wants to Breathe on

relatives, later planning to go to Au- Christmas Day I
Second Floor
gusta, Ga., for the remainder of the iI i
r w inter.-Times-Union. I
Postmaster McLean desires all persons i i
who intend to insure their i I
Christmas parcel post packages, to
call at the postoffice and secure as ': .
Are your hens laying ? If not why not ? many insurance tags from him as ; .

they wish. These tags may then be ,
Try Aunt Patsy's Poultry Food. Guaranteed taken home the necessary addresses I

placed thereon and when : ,
Everything in the Chicken line. calls at the office to dispatch the parcel I 1915 HARLEY-DAVIDSON Horsepower 3-Speed Sliding Gear Transmission Automatic ;i

and insure it, it will only be a' Mechanical Oil Pump Step-Starter and 66 Refinements, $275.00.
Wright Seed CompanyPhone matter of a few minutes to do the '

179 206 So. Orange Ave. trick. I W. WHITNEY WRIGHT, 'I290I r o: l I=nue t

Want ads. are business pullers.
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Our floors are overflowing with most lasting and appropriate .Christmas Gifts for mother, wife, sister or daughter, father,

husband, brother and son. .-

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

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

now, we will deliver it Christmas Eve

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