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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 18, 1914
Publication Date: 1913-1918
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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. Y(1UME TWO ORLANDO FLORIDA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1914. NUMBER 265.;






CZAR'S. TROOPS IN FLIGHT SAYS BERLIN ; !







KAISER CALLS OUT HIS 1915 RESERVE';\







RUSSIANS IN RETREAT-KAISER IN-POLAND ARE KILLS 17 WITH 9 NOT ABLE TO WORSHIP .TURKISH TROOPSSHELLED BELOVED V OMAN PASSES i "IHEECHO'W:!



-I' CALLS RESERVES NEW CHURCH TO BEYOND

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GERMAN RAIDERS HAVE SUFFEREDShips CARTRIDGES PRESBYTERIANS NOT ABLE MRS. J. L. EMPIE, 30 YEARS : t

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TO GET IN NEW CHURCH ORLANDO RESIDENT, I

That Shelled British Coast FRENCH BOY WINS THIS SUNDAY BRITISH SQUADRON BOMBARDS DIED YESTERDAY 1 CHRISTMAS NUMBER: OF

Were Engaged and Sustained RY MEDAL FOR I TURKISH TROOPSIN i O. II. S. PUBLICATION 4

l\IILITA.j Date Has Been Postponed to I Funeral Will Be Held This Afternoon OUT TODAY .
Some Damage, Says IAnKS I SAROS j
December 25: -Bad WeatherHas From Late Home


London KIllED SEVENTEEN GERMANS G E R S Delayed EdificeThe All Workon i;HARTLEPOOL CASUALTY LOST on Poulson Boone OfficiatingMrs. Street, Re\:; WAS;; PRINTED BY THE SENTINEL.

Bulletin I I II

Berlin, by wireless via London, Dec. J. L. Empie, for nearly thirty
Brilliant Story Tells of Notable inclement weather in the Western 55; Killed and 115 Woundedat ; I Twenty Page Book Published by

17. It is officially announced that the and Eastern States has so upset years a resident of Orlando, died yesterday -
t at Battle Front I British Coast Towns High School Seniors Reflects -
Russian armies in Poland are in full Shooting I the conditions in Florida that workon I afternoon at 12:30 o'clock at I

retreat, pursued by the German and Wonder of French the Presbyterian church has been -Many Russians her late home, 407 Boone street,death Literary Talent

I generally interfered with. The cement I and Capabilities
Austrian armies along the whole Army Captured resulting from an attack of bronchi- I
work and work on the windows,

frontier. Paris, Dec. 17.-Among the latest I I and the organ, at the church, has all Athens, via London Dec. 17. A I tis. Mrs. Empie had been ill for sev- I The 1914 Christmas n mber of

been delayed, consequently it will be eral weeks and her death was not ex "
Germany Needs Men recipients of the military medal-the British squadron has bombarded "The Echo, a twenty page volume
Christmas Sunday before the congre- concentrated pected. It came as a great shock to
Turkish who had
troops, the senior class of the
Switzerland Dec. 17.-Ger- honor which the French published by
Berne, highest authorities -I will be able in the
gation to worship
of in Orlando and to
Sunday on the coast of the gulf her many friends <
is out her land- Orlando high school, was completed
mayn now calling bestow for prowess on the new church. Everything will certainly -
Saros, the arm of the Aegean sea, her family. Her husband is a well
strum men born in 1875 and earlier. battlefields-is a noncommissionedofficer be in readiness by a week from I north of the Dardanelles. This infor- yesterday by The Sentinel book pub-

Four days ago the 1915 class reserve I for the of the known boat builder. and will be
named Benoist, of the 16th Sunday opening new mation was received here today in a lishing department today
was called out. born in northern New
edifice. She was
regiment of the line, who has won I dispatch from Mytilene. Details are distributed. This issue of the Echo

I The Sunday school and prayer lacking. York state and many years ago came is volume four, number one, five hundred -
German Raiders Cause Damage the coveted reward by a remarkablefeat will be held usual in the
meeting as
to this city. She is survived by four copies being printed. -
London Dec. 17.-The casualty list of marksmanship. According to !:cture room of the church, while both i
,
the official report, Benoist, "with 55; Killed at HartlepoolLondon children, M. G. Empie and John Em- I The book is filled with interesting
as a result of the German naval raidon preaching services on Sunday will be bits of poetry, short stories of an intensely -
:nineteen cartridges, placed seventeen I' Dec. 17.-The casualties at pie, of Orlando, Mrs. A. L. Gilmore,
the east coast of England early in the Grand hteatre.Ir. Forrest attractive nature, and stories

yesterday morning, in which lour Germans hors de combat at 100 me- Dabney Carr, the choir director, is Hartlepool as a result of the German of Jacksonville, and Joseph Empie, of I and information of all kinds: characteristic -
official
I naval raid, according to
towns were shelled, many lives lost, tres. arranging a special program of music I an Santiago, Cuba. To her children anther of the bubbling life of the-
bureau statement 55
retired non-comf""lissioned today, were
Benoist per-
and many inhabitants severely wounded a for the services on next Sunday. I husband the sympathy of the I
officer, had engaged for the duration I ; sons killed and 115 wounded. I Orlando high school. The book !is
is growing with startling rapidity. i. community is expressed through The<
I
handsomely bound and the outside
I on
of the war, and he was, as we lean I Sentinel.
show that 143 i
Figures tonight persons THE WEATHER
without surprise, an old marksman of I' 31,000 Russians Captured cover bears the words, "The Echo,
She member of the
have been killed, of whom only a I was a Baptist .
small percentage were combatants, international celebrity. His latest Berlin, by wireless to Sayville, L. I., church and for many years was an Christmas Number, 1914" in old gold.
him the Florida: Cloudy Friday and Satur- I The staff responsible for this splen-
feat which finally brought to .
and 537 reported wounded. Dec. -A statement given out today active worker of the Ladies' Aid and
notice of his took day probably local rains. did issue consists of: Sidney P. New-
,
military superiors ; official bu-
Simultaneously with the receipt of I by the German press the Missionary societies of that
this form. His fame as a marksman ell, editor-in-chief; Beatrice Pavi-
the report of the casualty list from reau says: church.
West Hartlepool where the official was universally recognized in his: regiment -I I I "The Austrian general staff reports The funeral services will be held assistant editor; Stuart M. Gould,
and he GARRISON DENIES REPORT! junior editor; Kimble F. Hughes, bus-
naturally enough
1 list of Hartlepool and West Hartle was that 31,000 Russians have been taken this afternoon at 2:30 o'clock from

pool has reached the figure of 79 set apart as a sharpshooter. I I prisoners in west Galicia." the residence, the Rev. Dr. f;. T. Poul- iness manager; Willis N. Rogers, as-
Late afternoon while advantageously sistant business manager.
killed and 320 wounded, there came one : son, pastor of the Baptist church of-
posted in a barn, Benoist ob- I Says That Story of Statement, Recruiting Stimulated Articles and poetry are as follows:
the first definite news that the Ger- ficiating. Interment will be in the "
served from the through Bliss Is "Sammy's Christmas Dinner, a story
loop-hole by to Maytorena
: i
man ships had been engaged by the London Dec. 17.-The German raid Orlando cemetery.
"
which he to take aim by Elizabeth Yowetl; "To a Cloud,
,
was prepared
British coast patrol ships while car- False in Every o'n the east coast has stimulated recruiting -
a mark that deeply interested him. I poem by Arthur Ivey; "Twins,Twins,
rying on the bombardment.The Particular in the British Isles. Other
There, in front of the German trenches I II Who Has the Twins?" a story by
BRING THEM ALL HERE
admiralty announced throughthe results are preparations at coast
1 I I Theresa Warner "A La-
little than 100 ; Reporter's
more yards ,
official press bureau, that the away Washington, Dec. 17.-Secretary points for protection of the civilian
"
haversack. The I I I ment, poem by Helen Hurlburt
fascinated ;
lay a sight ;i
light cruiser patrol and torpedo de- I Garrison today denied the statement population in case of further attacks t

stroyer Doon was among the British him as a marksman, because !: that General Bliss had sent an ulti- and the organization in London of a 1 Senator Gorsline of Utica, N. Y., "Books Reviewed, Corinne Barker;
he discovered that behind I and many other items.
presently
warships that attacked the German : matum to General Maytorena, at national guard for local defense. Has Invited All the County '
The Echo is filled with liberal advertising
the haversack German -
lay a a I
raiders. They were heavily enngagedand Naco, in which he threatens "to open ------ Visit
to
like himself who i I Supervisors from the Orlando merchants -
came off with some casualties. sharpshooter was : fire at a moment's notice upon another turn to General Maytorena was false I ,
effective the Orlando who have made the book
taking at pos-
Unofficial reports are that the German potshots casualty occurring on the Amer- :. in every particular. The state depart- I *
French lines. sible.
ships did not escape without suf- I ican side. The secretary gave out a ment does not know where Villa is, .
The German's Senator W. D. Gorsline, who has The first paragraph of the opening-
cover was perfect,
fering severe damage. Several were telegram from General Bliss, who said but it is understood that he has goneto
and Benoist's fingers itched on his been spending his winters in this sec- editorial explains the mission of the j
reported to have teen struck, thoughnot that the story published by a Bisbee, Chihuahua and that either he or a
trigger. If only that haversack were tion since the memory of man re- publication: ;
vital. Arizona, newspaper this morning special representative of himself and
out of the way! One of Benoist's membereth not, is mentioned in the "Although the Echo was started by
i that the commander of the American General Scott will take up the affairsat I
comrades, a corporal, instantly volunteered Utica Daily Press (NT. Y.) December the class of 1912, it is really making j
Menace Russian Hear troops at Xaco had issued an ultima- Naco.
May to remove the haversack, or, -- 112, as follows: its first appearance in this issue. In j

Berlin, Dec. .-The war office at all events, to try. With that object -I I "Upon motion of Supervisor Bliss 1911, it was read as part of the :

commenting upon the situation in the he crept round by the gardensof ;: Military and Naval Experts I of was Columbia extended the to privilege Hon. W. of D. the Gorsdme floor Christmas entertainment, and the following j j

west says that reports point to a possibility the village across which the Ger- : of Columbia. year, numbers were writtenfor

of a renewal of the activityon mans and Frenchmen were watchingeach "Mr. Gorsline was extended the Christmas and "class night" ex '

a considerable scale, and also in other, and actually succeeded in : Discuss Recent German Coup I privilege of the floor by Chairman ercises. All this time only manuscript ,

the theatre of war in the east, where grasping the haversack, and pullingit I I Pullman, who invited him to take a form was used. A year ago the staff J
I seat near the chairman. Mr. Gorsline
the operations in northern Polandwer sharply towards him. extended his thanks for the made efforts to have the Echo printed -

favorable to the Germans. !I That was Benoist's moment. Absorbed -! Official and diplomatic Washington I attack screened a gathering of sub- I said that he thought/ that privilegeand the supervisors but after some investigation they

The reports from Vienna say that in his own marksmanship as was thrilled Wednesday as it seldom marines to attack the British ships had done their duty to the decided that the expense would be too J
: which would be sent to head satisfaction of their constituents and
the Russians are near all points in an expert rifleman usually is, the Ger- has been since the opening of the Eu- naturally great and the idea was abandoned.
that they deserved the reward of
J off the German vessels but this
south Poland and west Galicia and if even
man was puzzled to know how his ropean war, when news was received good and faithful servants. Mr. Gors- This brief survey brings us to

the Austrian advance continues they haversack had been removed, and got of the bombardment the German has not developed.It line stated he was going to Orlando the present issue. The senior class, i

will shortly menace the rear of the up to discover what was amiss. As by was recalled also that the north- Fla., for the winter and has invitedall the largest in the history of O. H. S.,
cruisers of British coast towns. This coast of in the immediate the supervisors to him a J
Russian forces which are investing east England, pay that
i he did so, Benoist fired from his felt it could undertake the pub- j
visit.
attack, fulfilling, even in a small vicinity of the German attack
Przemysl. The defenders of Prze- : way I j
lication much scale.
larger
perch, and hit the German full in the I on a Earlyin
mysl said to be making successful the long talked of possibility of the had been the historic point of Eng- J
are i forehead. The Germans in the trenches I the school year the staff was organized -
sallies from the fort. German descent upon the English land's invasion in the past, the North-
I immediately behind were. no less W. U. T. OFFICIALS HERE and vigorous efforts were
I I coast, developed various opinions men having entered through the
surprised than their comrade at what made to produce a greater Echo. The
I among naval experts and tacticians. Humber and advanced toward York,
England Establishes Protectorate I, had happened, and they, too, raised staffs have always followed a policy
The concensus naval peoplewas I where the famous battle of Stamford
themselves I among Maxwell and Burts the of the safe and sound variety. We
London, Dec. 17.-England today one by one to have a peep. Inspect
that the raid was for moral effect Bridge was fought. All historic Danish a
established a protectorate over Egypt, Benoist was busy all the time, and i Local Office-Are Highly did not undertake the greater Echo j
and did
not invasionof Teutonic have
screen a general and movements also '
Turkey's suzerainty, and are adopting ; shot seven more of them in quick I Pleased With Condi- movement until we felt sure of sueI I
Zeppelins and submarines, although been across the North sea againstthe
defensive military measures for the succession before the episode closed. cess. The school and the town gave
i England's open coast makes II cities of the north coast of England tions in OrlandoL. I
protection of its inhabitants and their Now, it so happened that only us generous support, and as a result -
I such an invasion possible. although Napoleon's projected
; three days before Benoist had shot : i we are now running on a firm
property. They believe that a sustained attack invasion was to have been from Bou- J. :Maxwell of Jacksonville, "
no fewer than nine of the in financial basis.
enemy I on the English coast would need logne and Calais against Folkstoneand district superintendent for the West- I

a very similar way. And that explains many more ships than appeared today points along the southern coast. ern Union Telegraph company, andS. !
TO MEET T JANUARYMedical how he is one of the most I
J pop- and as no effort was made to landan Against such movements Britishsea I L. Burts, of Atlanta, district REMODELING PAYNE BLUG
ular men in his regiment, and how he !
expeditionary: force, the opinion power has ben counted on as the I traveling supervisor, were in Orlando 11
has
been christened Carbine.
"Long : seems to be borne out. The English ; chief defense.In I yesterday making an inspection of

: Society to Hold Annual ; fleet probably could reach the scene'of the best posted naval circles I the local office, which they found to Contractor Is Converting Factory I I

Banquet in January-Place an attempted landing of an expedi- here the bombardment is regarded as be in the best possible condition. J
I
TAFT DRAINAGE DISTRICT Into Apartment Fuites
1 Has Not Been : tionary force and do much damage.It a strategic maneuver which may have Both men are boosters for Orlando l'i 4

Decided was said only four German cruis- far reaching consequences. The first and were highly pleased with local i -Work Soon to Be t

Judge Perkins Rules That Taft I i ers were sighted and they bombarded purpose as explained by one of hte I \\'. U. T. conditions. "Orlando," said Finished E,
,
Dr. Tuleston, of Sanford, president; three towns on the east coast withina foremost naval strategists, is to cre- :Mr. Maxwell, "is the best inland telegraph t

Dr. G. II. Edwards, of Orlando, vice- ; Drainage District Be Incorporated I range of about fifty miles. Since ate a "score" which will lead to hur- i j city in Florida. We derive a : D. J. Dykes, contractor, has a force i

president; and Dr. Cassius Boone, of -40,000 I no one of these towns contain what is ried concentration and change of I great amount of business from this of mechanics at work remodeling the !'

Orlando secretary, the executive : Acres in Tract I called anything of military value t
board of the Orange County :Medical: I I their country, it is called a raid for : fleet, and expose those ships to attack Orlando is growing steadily and it formerly occupied by Messr. Curry & :.

Society, embracing Seminole and Or- A recent decision by Judge Perkins moral effect by the experts here. I from unexpected quarters. An I will not be many years until it blos- Smith, the cigar manufacturers. The '

ange counties, will be in charge of provides for the formation and incor- I' No military value can be attached 'I examination of the latest naval data soms into a large city." building will be fitted and made up

arrangements to be made for the an- I poration of the Taft drainage district. ''I t othe bombardment, so far as is ', shows, this expert says, that the bom- I II into apartment suites. A balcony\ 'I

nual banquet of the society to be held The district is located in the southern known on this side. The ships could barded ports are. without dock yards I Big Crowds at Curtis & O'Neal's. will be built on the north end, over '

the third Wednesday in January. I part of the county and will be 40,000 not be used for invasion purposes unless -for defenses, and are therefore of no They always have just what is needed looking Church street, and as a room-

The society held a meeting in Dr. acres in extent. The legal details there were troops aboard to be military value for purposes of capture I for that Christmas present. Watch ing house it will no doubt prove very

Boone's office Thursday night. were handled by Davis & Giles. ,landed. It might possibly be that the ,I or occupation. lour; windows you will see it. popular.



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Apopka News Notes SHAMPOOING recently arrived AND in MANICURINGI Orlando and I I i the Good Citizens NOTICETo of Orlando: Fin I Crea

STF.S STES STES SIFS I STF.S D STF.S ST D STFS solicit your orders for shampooing Loyal Order of Moose 766, of Or- m
Apopka, Fla., Dec. 16.-The many and manicuring work. Drop a cardto lando, Florida, wish to do their sharein
Mrs. Woodward, No. 5 West Rob- making Christmas what the word
friends her of Rev. George D. Reevesire inson, and I will call at your home. really means. If any one knows of
XMAS PRESENTSPullman delighted to know that he has My terms are reasonable and work needy families, widows, or children AND ICESTelephone
guaranteed. 12-16-6t* j who he can help to say truly this is
been returned as the pastor here for Christmas, please send names and ..
addresses, not later than December h
another year. He has done a splen- NOTICEAll
20. Adress either O. A. McIntosh, H.
did work during the two years he has automobile and occupation license Gauthier, 1J.. Raehn, or L. O. O. M., 664New
preached here, and his congregationwas ,
since Orlando Fla. 11-13-6tc
Aprons, taxes have been overdue
v7 very anxious for his return. October 1st. This is to notify all delinquents -
The board of trade held a very interesting to pay said license tax on Get the news in the Sentinel first. I
Tourisb Traveling Cases. meeting Monday night and or before December 25th; that those York Ice Cream
discussed various subjects of inter- remaining delinquent at that time,
Travelers Sets. will be informed against in the crim- I My Specialy
riting est to our people. This body has inal court of record.J. .
been a power for good in Apopka F. GORDON, SOMETHING NICE! Philadelphia and Fancy Creams
Parisian Sets. Sheriff of Orange County.
Ivory since it was organized, and it num-
12-15 to 12-25c (10 OrderWHOLESALE
bers the leading citizens and businessmen
It Hot Vacuum Bottles. of the town among its members.A Two Beautiful Built ing Lots AND RETAIL
Get GRIFFING'S NEW 1915 Cat-
called meeting of the council was On South Orange Avenue,
alogue. Phone No. 267, or call at
Parker Fountain Pens, I! held Monday night to tabulate the returns No. 116 South Orange avenue.. near Lake Lucerne, splendid Neopolilanin Stock
.S of the city election held last 12-16-3t of the lake
I 1m view only
week, which resulted in F. H. Davis ..
] Cards in Cases. ,
Playing blocks from business
2 1-2
being elected as mayor, W. P. Newell, The want ad.'s the thing, for you
: C. R. Converse and W. II. Berry, as and for th; other fellow also. center, nice big shade trees C. H Hoefler
Perfumes and Toilet Waters._ ( &c., I
(I) tA councilmen. F. S. Witherby was reelected shrubbery, adjourning
t as city clerk and assesor, and PHONE 646 lot to one ol the best residences I
;) i I ,
Xmas Cigars in Xmas Boxes. J G. Harod as marshal and collector. AUTO FOR HIRE in city.-For sale by Residence 205 Liberty St.
B The new city hall is now under i Corner Mariposa
FIRST CLASS REPAIRING WALTER W. ROSE
1mESTES roof and the plastering and other interior -
41 work is being pushed as rap- BARNARD & SON REAL ESTATE FACTORY AROUND THE CORNER

idly as possible. 17 Hughe- Street Orlando. Fla. Rooms I & 3 Watkins Block/ IPRICES REASONABLE
H. II. Witherington shipped a car 12-10-1m Phone 555
; load of 'oranges to New York this
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week for the holiday trade. He is t:
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ment.expecting a good price for this ship-

[r' Vi Henry Andrews, a colored boy .
about 16 years old, had the misfor-
1 tune to lose one of his hands while
PHONES
feeding a cut-off saw at the plant of
hte Consumers' Lumber and Veneer
company here Saturday evening. He XmasSuggestionsAre
61 and 95 is rapidly improving at last report.Mr. .

Mayberry has opened a photo
iii t ) gallery on Central avenue, where __ u _-
CflISTES every one can have their picture made

fI STEslm!, STF !LSTESllB! STESJJB!! STESfB If STF|;@STF S I now without delay.'
Lee Lovell has completed his new You
residence on Third street and will a S. Pw U. G ?

move in at once.
D. W.. Clark is having his three

BSOB5DH5HOUSEHOLD acre plowed lot and adjoining will plant his it in residence citrus Did you ever think of going to the

fruit this winter.

Hunting been good in the this vicinity season and of Apopkahas quite a GAS OFFICE to look for Xmas presents -

lot of game has been killed, and yet -
there is plenty left. ?
:> PAINT When we read of the bleak wintry
days that have now closed down upon

for most rythin, the northern and eastern states, and Perhaps you never have but we
heavy snows cover the earth, while ,

r Easy to use. the zero thermometer mark, it makes lingers us feel around that the we want you to see what we have this year.

" Easy to buy. have a great deal to be thankful for
when we realize how different it is i t

here with us. Rarely ever colder than We carry only the latest and best
" Small cans. 48 above and the sun shining almost

16 Colors and every what day. others How much have more toendure.pleasantthan If Gas Appliances in the market

r ALL G OD you want to enjoy fine weather all
the year round, come to Florida, the

f: Wears well. .. greatest state in the Union. Present which will be appreciated.


Looks well. Pinecastle ItemsPine
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What more Castle, Fla.. Dec. 16.-Mrs. L.
ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO
"' ask C. Newell, of Ashtabula, Ohio, arrived ;
can you ? here Friday and joined Mr. .
Newell for the winter at their homeon '
Lake Conway.J. [ GAS DEPARTMENT
Grady Matchett of the U. S. S. .
. SOLD BY Louisiana, is at home again. lie was ,
one of the landing force of U. S. ma-
! Jos. Bumby Hardware Co., rines at Vera Cruz in that quick and !.
decisive engagement with the Mexi

()I-LA.NDO. cans.E..
l L. and E. Blume made I
Sphaler a


f!ft t t I..I..I.I..I.I.I. trip place.after The to Mr.Christian Haines Sphaler's City Workers this grove week of at to Union look that I Th Florida Real l E Estate t t & IllVetffiellt .


Chapel held their Christmas bazaar .
i
I Saturday evening. It was very well Capital $50,000. Fully Paid Up.
REAL ESTATEWe patronized and a substantial sum was

w cleared. Incorporated !. Florida; Therefore Under State Coitrol
F Rev. E. A. Multon, Baptist minis-
ter of Kissimmee, conducted servicesat
! Union Chapel' Sunday.
The W. C. T. U. will hold a meet-
buy d sell all classes and kinds of Real Estate. ing at the Chapter House Thursday ,

: If you want to buy or sell the earth it will pay you to call afternoon.are invited All ladies to attend.of the community extend a cordially invitation to Investors and

; and talk your wishes over with us. Regular prayer meeting at Union WE Property-Holders to call at our office, to learn
Chapel Wednesday evening. S. FrankPhillips

The manager of this firm has had years of exper- leader. Subject, Hope. the most progressive and conservative methods.
Rehearsals are going on for the
ience dealing in Florida investments, having sold over a Christmas entertainment which will To protect your interests this Company aside ot i hei t
be given Christmas eve. The pro-
million dollars worth of Florida Real Estate in the last gram will be very good this year and financial strength, give Bank_ Guarantee whenever our

much careful training is being given
two years. the children in the cantata. clients demand it. Enquiries by mail promptly an

We are well posted on the value of all classes and School will close Friday, December
18, for the holiday vacation. Misses swered.
kinds of Florida property. We want listed with us all Frances and Billee May will, spend

Christmas with their sister, Mrs.V. HENRY BENEDICT PresidentOffice
bargains in Real Estate, and we want customers for Real F. Perry, of Nocatee, and will leave ,
here at the closing of the schooL
Estate Bargains.
The Baptist Ladies' Aid Societywere Phone
570r I
entertained at the home of Mrs over Peoples National Bank

E. L. Sphaler Tuesday afternoon.It .
is almost an assured fact that
the road through the peninsula, past
WARING REAL L ESTATE COMPANYR.
; Hoffner's Island, connecting with the
public road of Conway to Orlando,
will be granted by the county com-
D. WARING, Manager missioners. The decision will be
awaited with interest by all property
Rooms 4 and Watkins Block Phone 1115tfIMIIIMIHMilMIMIIIMHIIHtMIM No. 631 holders concerned- Sentinel Want Ads Set Results


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I have about two dozen BOYS
Newsy Briefs Personal Items SUITS of the better quality that I
want to close out and win make the ,
The Name From Oakland From Taft, Fla. prices extremely low. F. N. Board- I
man. 12-16&18 '
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Oakland Fia., Dec. 1C.-Mr. Gros- Taft, Fla., Dec. .-Mayor A. M. Eat all you want. '
Eat what want.
you
sarth state organizer of Sunday Bristol, W. A. Levis, and D. B. Spha- Take a postscript and forget it. I

schools of the Presbyterian church, er, our committee on the drainage -For sale by all druggists.
l-T-d&w.lyr
spent several days in this vicinity and canals were in Orlando last Tuesday TODAYDANIEL

gave our union Sunday school a short pushing the project along, and report I TEN ACRES overlooking Orlando;
talk about the state Sunday school progress. all cleared; fine land; good home
CARL site. $2,000. H. McDaniel.. Phone
R DANNY N N convention held at Tampa. A meeting L. Bradford, Al. Ellison, and Geo.K. 708. FROHMANPRESENTS

was appointed to be held for the Thomas visited hte county seat on ,

young people on Sunday evening but Wednesday. For Pecan Trees see or phone W. H.
the heavy rain prevented. 1r-. G. Joles and wife of Formosa Brokaw. 12-16-3t

Edward llolmer, of :Miami who motored to town Wednesday and
Now is the time to order GRIFFIXG'S TYRONE POWERIn
visitors with Mr. and -
has been in the employ of the Florida were pleasant
ROSES. W. H. Brokaw
East Coast railroad is in town visit- II Mrs. C. A. Tompkins on Third street. salesman. 12-16-tf the Famous Society Drama"ARISTOCRACY.
ing old friends. This railway took off Lyman Bowman, N. McKain W. II.

several trains during the summer Riley, Leland Nelson and C. A. Shoes for the whole family and at "
Means which will resume their work January Tompkins were among our represent- the lowest prices that can be made
for GOOD Boardman's. .
SHOES at
1, and he will return to his old posi- atives in Orlando Saturday.J. 12-16&18
tion. For some weeks Mr. Holme'1 S. Barklow was taken seriouslyill

has been engaged: in the orange pack- last Friday night and was removedto 1 L's
". ing at Orlando until an illness of the hospital at Orlando on Satur- e
.
Dr BuckmasterOSTEOPATH
pleurisy kept him in the hospital for day for an operation. .He is reportedas

two weeks from which he has just improving.Mrs. r sr F
recovered.Mrs. C. H. Nelson and Mrs. J. II. w'i

J. Michael and Mrs. Chas. Estes took a pleasure drive Saturday

IREAL [ESTATE Maurice\ went over to Clermont by looking up orange groves with a viewto Graduate of Kirksville

automobile to spend the day on Tues- purchasing. 132 S. Orane Avenue v ,
day of last week with Miss Stella Francis Nelson was on the sick list

Thompson. They were quite pleasedwith last week but is nearly well again. ABOVE PEOPLES BANK FOE E
the imnrovements of the olace. Taft is booming at a lively pace. 5781

They also called at the club house of :I New people coming every day, many
NEIL McDUFFEE the Lake Highland company. This is purchasing sites for homes, and all
ACREAGE FOR SALE
an attractive building situated on a pleased with the hustling prospectsof I

beautiful location, on Lake Minne- the city. Several gangs of men
Contractor and Builder haha. are clearing stumps etc., from new -ONORIAMDOSANFORD- t V
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Ihwgalows a Specialty December 13 was set apart for the streets, preparing them for the grader .
national W. C. T. U. to ask all min- which is expected to commence BRICK ROAD
OrlandoBEST
Arcade Building. isters of all churches to talk on pro- work the last of this week when we

hibition, particularly national consti- will have several new streets graded. -
AT A i
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tutional prohibition in 1920, as set Work will soon commence on the
SELECT OYSTERS 50c. Quart
forth in the Hobson! resolution. Our new "lock-up" (or hobos' retreat).

The \Valdecker Fish CO union asked Rev. Query to conduct Our drainage canals will soon be L
this service which he did in a very commenced and when the county gets Sixty-five acres of best rolling cine +
FOR FISII AND OYSTERS able manner saying that every state busy putting the brick road through land suitable for citru trees andall

should set up a high ideal; that evan- here a stranger will think he is in' field crops; within sight of railroad SPLENDID PARAMOUNT PRODUCTION
Phone No. 5. 206 Boone StreetP. A
gelization' of the home and commu- New York city, or some other big station, schools.churches. MUST BE
M. and W. O. COX nity is the first and all important stepto enterprising city. Taft is bound to SACRIFICED. A fine location: for a
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10-23-tf take in every work of reform. grow and there is no use trying:; to nursery.

Mr. Faulk of Pittsburg Pa., was in I. stop it, and we are not trying to puton Price, Terms $25 per Acre Hughie Mack and Lillian Walker
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tokn last week looking up real estate. the brakes. Let 'er boom. Cash
Spot $20 per acre
Christmas He has been at Lakeland and Winter The many nice gardens in Taft area I Will also appear in the Vitagraph Comedy

Home and likes Orange county best. source of surprise and admirationto I I II
Mr. W. B. Johnson an orange buyer the new comers from the frozen
The Biggest Groie Value : "THE LOST CHORD"yLlOC
Almost Here from Orlando, was at the Oakland North. C. II. Nelson, C. A. Tompkins -
hotel with a party of friends, Satur- R. K. Harriman Mrs. D. B Four miles from town good road '!

day. Sphaler A. J. Richardson John Hill, choicecitrus: location. We have a fine

Among our visitors to Orlando Sat- and many others have exception.*.!; 10 acre piece: with five acres in fine
urday were Mr. Joe Petris and fam- fine ones; but a visit to the premises bearing grove. The other five is ..II'' I I
Ghe us your order for ily and Miss Olive :MichaeLChuluota of S. S. Bowman in East Taft well I cleared and the whole piece is I HEAR "THAT ORCHESTRA. 20cTHE
PLUM PUDDING
repays anyone. Tomatoes, cabbage, fenced.: There is an old house on J
RAISINS turnips beets Irish potatoes, etc., I the place. Price $35oo. .
DATES Items
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growing as fresh and green as in the
FIGS PECANS T5r spring up North. Mr. Barklow has ORLANDO r }REAL ESTATE CO., -

Chuluota Fla., Dec. 16.-Mr. Ben already commencer picking his strawberries -
: ALMONDS Watkins
PHONE
ENGLISH WALNUTS Gore, of Lake Pickett and Miss Mat- and the outlook is good for 504 j OLD RELIABLEDANN'S

BRAZIL NUTS tie Thornburg of Currieville were an immense crop all over town. The
MINCE MEATCRYSTALIZED united in marriage Sunday December two recent frosts did but little dam-

GINGERWe 13, at 3* 0'c'lock' p. m., at the Lock- age.W. SANDBOTwo TRANSFERDr.

carry a full line of Xmas eat- wood Baptist church, Rev. J. A. Grau II. Riley was all ready for a

ables. officiating. The marriage was quitea trip to Chester Pa., last week but B. D. WIENENGA, Prop.
XMAS PRESENT surprise to the people at Lockwood he got a paper from the North which Compression Starter

as they knew nothing of it until they Hold of blizzards, snow, ice and zero
Only Send$1.35 a Box express of Fruit prepaid to your east friends.of got to church Sunday morning whenit weather, and he said "Nay, nay, MADE [SPECIALLY Y FOR FORDS Livery, Draying and HaulingWE

Rocky Mountains. was announced. The bride is the Pauline, not for Joe," and concludedto ,

Give us your order now. eldest daughter of :Mr. and Mrs. J. stay in Taft. Will Start Any That .
\V. Thornburg, and is a much loved Recent guests at the Nelson House: Can be Cranked I
and winsome lady. The groom is the J. D. Anderson, Kissimmee; C. F. GUARANTEE GOOD SERVICE
youngest son of :Mr. and :Mrs. Samuel Theiman, Aberdeen S. D.; Karl Lem- One sharp pull from the

CARUIHERS & GORE Gore, of Lake Pickett and is a young erux New York; _Miss Freda Nu- seat turns the engine over
man of excellent qualities. Their housemyer, Geneva 0.; C. T. Roberts
two compressions.That AUTO, AUTO BUS AND TRUCK
many friends extend their best wishes Racine Wis.; R. A. Weissart Cleve-

New eGroceiu for a long and happy voyage throughlife land, 0.; W. D. Ashmore, St. Joseph "QUEER SHAPED WBEEL"LDoes

together. Mo.; Homer Leach Jr., Paterson, N. Country Driving for Eight or Ten Solicited
Billie Jacobs spent Monday in Ti- J.; J. J. Wattles Chicago; H. R. Rug- ; [II.

tusville attending business. gles Portsmouth, N.'H. HORSES FOR SALE
Phone 200 Ernest Jacobs and Matthew Best Miss Frances Nelson journeyed to I See the Sandbo

left Saturday morning to drive Orlando Sunday to meet her friend i 'Phone 257. Orlando, Florida
6 and 8 East Pine St. through to City Point where they :Miss Freda Nuhousemyer from Geneva : FORD
will engage in hauling for this sea- 0., who is now stopping with GARAGE .I

son. friends at the Nelson House. We are ....
Sammy Long left last week for informed that the trip was made
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ORLANDO City Point where he has a positionfor without accident. Miss Nuhousemyer I &po-- r

the season. as well as all others from the North .
David Self left last week for the is delighted with the lovely Florida

East Coast, where he has employment climate contrasted with the snow and
PLUMBING CO for this winter.W. icicles that they left in the North.JLITL.XD Do not worry about your .
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F. Grave of Kissimmee, spent
Saturday and Sunday here among MENTION
26 WEST PINE STREET home

PHONE 122 What folks.a fine rain for Sunday. It :Maitland Fla., Dec. 16.-Maitland\

was Badly needed but we don't need is being congratulated on its pro- and
any freezes.G. gressiveness. The electric lights Plumbing Sewering

Best Plumbing at Lowest .in M.Sanford.and J.:T. Jacobs spent Monday which its main have thoroughfares been recently are installed much ap on I

PricesWe Mrs. I. L. Hodges Mrs. J. A. Pre- preciated.Mrs. .

vatt and Miss Bertha Jacobs spent Lee and Miss Kitty Vander-
are not in the combine.
Thursday in Orlando on a shopping pool spent Monday\ in Orlando making -
SL.A UTER'S latest inventions used expedition.Mrs. We will do for and when
I many purchases for the children's you you pay you
on all first.dassPlumbing H. A. Rollins of Orlando is entertainment which will be

visiting relatives and friends in Chu- held,at the town hall Christmas eve. get ready
ConstructionReal luota this week. Mr. and Mrs. D. II.Vebster are

C. F. Smith spent several days in down for the season, occupying the i
Kissimmee visiting his brothers' last Hall cottage.Dr. .

Estate Boughtand I week. and Mrs. Stuart are busy pre-
Mr. and Mrs. James Osteen, of paring for the opening of Maitlpnd
Sold. Kenansville, were the pleasant guests '' Inn. This charming little home-like Call on F. JOSEPH RAEHN PLUMBING and HEATING CO. I I

of the latter's parents Mr. and Mrs.F. hotel will soon be filled adding great- ,
:M.: Story, last week.J. ly to the social life of Maitland. | i
[ pity Building; Lots $100; $1.00 cash F. Story spent Saturday and Two new permanent residents have iI I
and $1.00 per week buys a Lot Sunday in Orlando visiting friends. been added '
Maitland the past week : Cor. Graves and Irvin Streets f fORLANDO
Mrs. J. Tilden Jacobe, Edwin Jacobs ft
RENTS COLLECTED. Mr. W. D. Lemons and family, who I t
Notary Work Promptly and Neatly Wm. Tanner, George Parrish purchased the Shelton property and j I
Done. attended church at Lockwood Sun- Mr. G. R. Champion and family, who I j

day. purchased the Moremen property.Mr. I

| N. P. HATCHERORLANDO T. G. Clare one of the old residents i If
Let pennies help f
I your rescue some pasesd away Tuesday morningat
,FLORIDA one who is suffering. The Christmas his home on Maitland avenue. I
i tide is near, bearing its message of I d \v-i mo.-11-15 !
Office at Pinehurst ParkP. .
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k i"good will" towards all. Open your "Eggs is eggs" these days and the i
O. Box 281
1 heart and remember those who look poultry man whose birds are doing I

|PHONE: 4 03 20-8-lni i ;or aid to this great movement. their duty is happy. J JI



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THE DAILY NSANITY 1 I| LETTERS TO THE SENTINEL Here's Some Hot -
The United States census bureau To the Editor of The Sentinel: \
South Florida SentinelMORNING
has made a report concerning insan- The discussion of a public questionis Bargains Right Off
AND WEEKLYW. ity. The number of insane reportedin I
sometimes
M. GLENN .....................Editor increased from imperative in order to I
W. C. ESSINCTON .... .oB.au.Ka Manager institutions 150,151in get it before the people. But when The GriddleTwo
--- --- 1904 to 187,791 in 1910-an increase I Mr. Gore impugns the public spirit of
Entered at the poetotfice at Orlando. Florida -
.. Second Class Mail Matter. of 25 per cent in six years. I a section of Florida in saying that
SUBSCRIPTION RATES The total population during the same A MANUFACTURERS
interested in
1 Year .......__............... 15.00 they are not the general
Daily.Daily 6 Months ...................... 2.50 period increased only 12 per cent., I welfare of Florida, it is simply a subterfuge acres on a beautiful lake.
Months ...................... 1.25 thus that the insane in insti-
S showing
Daily. to bolster weak
Daily. 1 Month ..0.................... .60 I up a cause. Four room house. A number of
Vlft"-9'"' I Year ...................... $1-OQ tutions increased twice as fast as the j He shows by his arguments the marvelous budded trees in bearing.
population.The growth of South Florida and orange SACRIFICE
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS ADVANCETO PAYABLE IN question of insanity rightfully I thus proves'by: his own statements Only two and one-half miles
> ADVERTISERS: belongs in the field of sociology ands that a separate government is unnec-
from the Court House. If sold
allied with
closely psychology a essary additional expense. In fact,
for and all other handsetadvertising
display
Copy moat be handro in at the badness fundamental element of course. The we have our local county and munici- by December 20th, price will be
I. office the day of before the Sentinel publication not later This than rule 2 applies p. ... work which the colleges are doing is pal governments, which should be improved only $500.00Four
to chance for contract advertising; it i. bound to eventually bring about a in order that they may handle
Invariable and will be strictly adhered to.
reformation. Students of sociologyand all such questions as local self gov-
S scr revs Seiirmie The Sentinel discontinue I "THE
. d! should notify the office in writing on psychology are studying this ernment. XMAS
eontioonl the dote of at expiration the regular, otherwise subscription it will rates.be question; upon graduation they are I A systematized improved county large front lots on Cen-

, anfil fKftlce to stop is received: being assigned to various institutions and municipal government should and tral avenue, close in, that must
[ Telephone Numb r ..24 where their learning may be put to a will take care of all such questionsthat be sold by December 25th. Only E

l t'HlD.\Y. DECEMBER 18, 1914. practical end. may arise in the natural growthof STORE SUPREME"SALE EI I
each for inside lots and
. -- In our prisons reform schools and Florida. I reiterate, Florida is not $500 j
E t Orlando needs a motor fire truck penitentiaries efficient men are analyzing sufficiently rich in minerals to per- $550 for corners.Cooper .
f because a destructive fire may eat the the causes of crime; and howit mit of its being burdened with the
E heart out of the city. may be remedied. The criminal necessity of supporting another government -,
r insane form a large portion of the and such a nonsensical suggestion -j I OF SILKS I
Money gets tight the same as brokers present tremendous question. Crime has no place in the economics j Atha
and bankers about Christmas results from disease, insanitation ignorance of this government. Rather let us ,

E times. liquor, and stupid marital centralize the government of the I 114 South Orange Are, Ground Floor I
t 0 knowledge. With an improvement in state by placing the capital in the
The public schools of Orlando will prison conditions good will result.In central part of Florida. There could 1 Phone No. 311 A CASH PURCHASE
take a vacation on Friday December the cities insanity may be tracedto be no better place than Orlando.
18, to January 4, 1915 and the chil- lack of healthful environment; to Yours respectfully, 1 I Tb L--1 OF 2,000
yds.
dren are happy. the: crushing blight of commercialismthe II. W. FILLMAN. Subscribe for The Daily
o virtual imprisonment of chil-
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Cheer up Orlandoite you will not dren in factories, and the sordid con- ,
have to pay Christmas bills until af- dition of living. |- I
ter the first of January, but do not Knowledge withheld from the child
abuse our credit. during the adolescent period resultsin I II 36 inch f

o abnormality and a diseased mind. i
Only eight days till Christmas andit With a studied correction of the t

will be twenty-three for you unless causes producing crime; with the ad- I PURE SILK MESSALINEk!1
you do your shopping early, be- vanced strides made in cities to pro-

fore the rush a is on. mote livable conditions; with health LAKE EOLAHere l
o bureaus distributing their invaluable

j- When a girl wants to marry she assistance to all classes; with igno- A quality identical<< with I
goes after a man who lives in a rance and liquor on the decline; with

boarding house. Such a man will ap- knowledge imparted to the growing our Regular $1.00 quality. !
l preciate home cooking. child and with bettered labor conditions -
o- I insanity will steadily decrease. is an unusual offering one that I can unhesi- I In a magnificent range of I
The clear-visioned merchant is go- -0------ '
ing to "strike while the iron is hot" DRUNKS i tatingly recommend as a GREAT BARGAIN. The lot is the newest Colorings for !

this world crisis-and For the period from November 17
in emerge a
90x200 and the house contains seven rooms and bath. I
winner beyond his rational dreams! to December 17, twenty-seven cases Street. Evening and Reception -

o of drunkenness came before the attention Servants room on premises. Orange and grapefruit and I
The old gentleman who used to I of "His Honor" in police court. wear. Including

have to take a "nightcap" before he That is an average of one drunk per peach trees, shruberry and flowers and ornamental
could sleep now tangoes until an ear- day excluding Sundays. :Most of the White, Cream and Black. I
ly hour of the morning and sleeps the drunks who were fined $5 and costs, plants. Owner will sell furnished or unfurnished. The '

sleep of the just. paid. Whiskey costs money; so doesa I' I
o fine. It would seem that the major- location is No. 215 E. Robinson avenue on north shore of SALE PRICE 69c

; The men and women of Orlando ity of drunks have the money to pay Lake Eola and overlooking Eola Park. Listed exclusively I
who have not done their Christmas for their "nights off." If there were

shopping by this time ought to be twenty-seven drunks in one month with me. The price will astonish you, it too low,
ashamed of themselves. The only there must have been that many near-
atonement is to do it now.o drunks; and about fifty times that but owneris determined to sell. Cash or terms. 36 inch {I
number who had the whiskey bottle
No such opportuntiy as the pres- convenient for a little swig.

ent has ever been offered to the peo- o I I SILK POPLIN
ple of this section to make the Or- This is the season of the year when
ange County Fair something to be everybody in Orlando is looking for
talked about and remembered. something new in stockings. S.Y.WAYInsurance

o I i Our well known $1.00 quality
When you use Red Cross Christmas Co' C. E. Howard, editor of the
seals on your letters or packages, Citizen, of Orlando has been a prominent in handsome tones of Pink,

place them on the back not on the visitor in our city for the past and Real Estate Agent Sky, Nile green, Car din aI 1 ,
side which bears the address. The couple of days attending the meetingof
U. S. postoffice regulations require the Florida conference-DeSoto Green, Gray, Wine, Navy, Tan,

this. 0 County News. I PHONE 172 Copen, Brown, etc. and also in

Although the winter season is not Merle II. Rolfe has decided that he Cream and Black.

scheduled to begin until December 22, likes Orlando as a place of business
according to the almanac it tried -where he secured a position, and
hard to slip up on us yesterday. It for which point Mrs. Rolfe left on SALE PRICE 79c

was cloudy and cold-but it never Monday to join her husband. Both
snowed.At will be missed here.-Palm Beach
D Post. -i
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the rate the Germans are killing -
the Russians and the Russians ;- -. 40inch
killing the Germans in Poland, per f
. contra reports, there won't be enoughleft

e different of either tales.Patronize .to tell o the tale-or the La I yaiiiEfGs/ till Bracelet aces All SILK CREPE do e CHINE I I


Orlando merchants when .
you do your buying. They pay rent- '
als and taxes that maintain the Or- One of the best:qualities !
dainty enough for a fairy:
lando and Orange county intitutionsthat
you enjoy. None of the mail in the market to day. In !

order houses will spend any of your What girl can resist the charm of a dainty La Valliere veritable unbroken I
money in Orlando. an range of the j
o lacework of gold or platinum, set with precious or semipreciousstones I
newest colorings in de- i
MR. SNAI'Iloliday
The designs this are so unusually lovely so delicate I
Snap has reached town.If year ,
mand to day. For either
you have a doubt take a stroll and fine, we are sure they must have been inspired by the fairies. j
down Orange Pine Church
avenue or Street
I Evening or Recep- I
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street during shopping hours or in
the early afternoon. Mingle with the Especially charming: too, are our Bracelet Watches. A more pleasing gift tion wear. Our $1.50 I II.

crowds and mix with the thoughts of could not be chosen, or one that combines so much beauty with practicabilityCome
l the multitude. Note the crispness of 1 qua I.Ity. I
the air-how extra keen is every i I

sound on the streets. Catch the drift in and look them over whether you intend to pur-
l and flash of holiday colors. Take a I $1.15
r f- squint at the red cheeks of the pass- chase or not. We know it will be a treat to you to see SALE PRICE I

ers-by and see how unusually bright these exquisite pieces of jewelry,
their eyes are. Listen a moment to II I
l what the children are saying. Observe i I
how fathers and mothers ares OPEN EVENINGS
s t carrying mysterious bundles from
i- the store. Watch the lobby of the i DICKSON YES CO. I
, postoffice and the express office. I I I ,1{
i Take a saunter and you'll find on J
i every side of you the hustle and bustle T H. EVANS l
the interest and anticipation the i
i .DP[ ARTMENT STORE. i
hurry and scurry that comes but oncea i
year. Old Santa is the magicianwho JEWELER I .. .. {,
puts this holiday spirit into the
hearts and eyes and minds of the peo OnLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE !
Orlando
Orange Avenue FloridaF
l ple. Meanwhile, Jack Frost, hesitat- I
ing to come in person, sends his lit-
tle brother Snap to help the merry
old bounder with his tricks.
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LUCERNE TODAY I I Open Admission 2p.m.and6:30p.m.5 cents I" ] I 1 1i i


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"THE AVAILING PRAYER Four-Keels PROGRAM-Four: I Wnat SnaIl I give 1 i
Nestor. "Sophie of the Films."
Story No. 2 of the great serial comedy n I
A Reliance Banking Drama. with Victoria Forde and Eddie
..yons. I ] often asked and sometimes
Joker. Comedy. "Mr. Noad's Ad- This is a question
"LEFT IN THE TRAIN less Day." I U I
will be
"Lucille Love; the Girl Mystery.: "." hard to answer, you greatly
Third episode, in two reels with
Thanhm.ser Drama with "The Twins." Francis Forde and Grace Cunard. 1 helped by coming into our store and
Don't miss any of this great serial
story. looking at our big stock of Christmas
"HIS MUSICAL CAREER, The same little price5c. to all. : I

A Keystone with CHARLIE and a PIANO. GOOD I presents.


Tomorrow---"YEE HO KIANG." ''GuCfAG UNESUPREMCDAUTO \' ,I



Coupons given with every admission, good for the Lucerne Theatre Great

Automobile Contest.

OIL

Same Little Prices I
I ARE THE BEST- ._FOR- YOUR CAR I I ti Goods bought now laid away until

Drums for shipping and storage i wanted.
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II I all cars. Give make of car when you

@rlttu Saturday, three to nine p. m., at order.
n nrtrty I : Cc'
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the old postoffice room, in charge ofa ..A..llen .,
circle of Ladies' Aid Society, Bap-
-Edited By Miss Eliza Wright tist church. Now is the time to buy GULF REfINING COlli JEWELERS
Office telephone No. 179. Residence telephone No. 254 your Christmas candy and cake. ,,

12-18-2tc P. G. WALTON, Agent I
WEEKLY SOCIAL CALENDAR Meek, has a great many in Orlando, i' ENGRAVING REPAIRING
I it affords The Sentinel pleasure to reproduce -, TOO LATE TO CLASSIFYI iffice Phone 450.;

Dec. 18th-19th. the following from the Chat-i Residence Phone 269. ,,..... ...T .. Qz=I iii
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tanooga Lookout: have an extra supply of warm -
3 P. .-W. C. Friday T. U. meeting, Methodist "The recital given by the Chatta- '! Flannelette Night Gowns, for ladies, t''' There coin as are it many slips-warm especially slips in'twixthe war II I11111 III lee III ; I1111 II tsattttit ccttc I 1I11111 .
misses and children. The values
church. Music Club Monday evening' are t'ime. W. R. Rhan '
nooga extra good. Call and_ see them at f W. S. Coleman
Bridge party; Mrs. Campbell-Mrs. presented Mrs. John L. Meek for the Boardman's. 12-16&18
Dunn. and first time to a Chattanooga audience, I t THERE'S A'REASON FOR
vaudeville
8:i0 P.M.-Society
and she was received most enthusias- FOR SALE-Fine shell VENEER CORES
dance review, opera house. I paper pecan
. Christmas party, high school students -I tically. Mrs. Meek is young, charmj j nuts, grown by Fogg & Osteen on t Si'Jis iP'ROOF1 PATNT
high school building. I their Oak Knoll fruit and pecan $1.25FIR I
I ing, vivacious, and with a perfect i I groves at Altamonte Springs, Fla.
ROSALIND CLUB stage presence that wins her audience | Fogg & Osteen. 12-18-8t Strand Sold at gaining1 in popularity every day
even before she begins to sing. She j I UpFIREPLACE
The final Thursday afternoon party gave a difficult program, singing in j Appointments for residence workin CHUNKS AND I QUALITY-THAT'S IT
for 1914 was given at the Rosalind German, Latin, Italian, as well as j I manicuring, shampooing, facial OAK WOOD We also handle a full line of Painters' &. Rape
Club yesterday. There were about and scalp massage, chiropody, made 20OO;Rolls Wall Pape
English, with ease and perfection and Hangers' Supplies.
... Some played cards and by 'phoning Orland. Only professional Orlando Wood YardB. .
fifty guests.
she delighted her hearers. The num- services rendered. 12-18-4t* to go at cost price.
others sat in a cozy corner arrangedfor bers were carefully arranged, each W. Kingsley, Proprietor
them and sewed and chatted.I PINE STREET AND ORLANDO PAINT AND WAll PAPER CO !
last Agnus Dei, when she was accom- Ladies', Misses' and Children's Winter R. R. |
There were three prizes for those in and Coats, at almost your own price, Telephone 344 I
the
leading to next beauty Ave
playing cards, :Mrs. Neil winningfirst while they last. They must be closed 9-30 The Sign of the Sun Phone 261 205 So. Orange
and the culmination was the
power out this month. At Boardman's.
Miss Grace Holt, second and ,
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panied by the organ under the capa- | 12-16&18 :
Mr. Harvey the consolation. Escal- ble hands of Prof. Ludebul, the violin I 4 ----- -- --

loped oysters, sandwiches, olives, cel- by Prof. Cadek in an exquisite solo ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCEDThe r

ery, and coffee were served by Mrs. part, and the piano, which was playedby
: Phil Slemons, Mrs. Florence Hudson, Mr. Frank Nelson, of Knoxville, corner,Barlow announces Gift they Shop,are around engagedin the FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL
:Miss Hattie
Mrs. B. C. Abernethy one of the gifted musicians of the selling gifts for all occasions.
Hudson, and Miss Mary Holt, the South. Agnus Dei is a prayer for Novelties appropriate for the season.
committee responsible for the delightful Come in and "snook around." You Established 1886
peace and its beauty of composition -I
affair. The holiday dance will be I are welcome. No. 9 West Church!
and rendition was heightened by : street. 12-18-2t*
the last entertainment of the year at the sentiment at this time. The pea I
the club. This is an annual event and ple heard it almost spellbound and at ATTORNEY LOCATES HERE
looked forward with great an- \ CURTIS Q9NEAL
one Orlando to its close held a breathless silence fora &.
ticipation by society.
few moments and then broke into I Paul V. Hutchins, formerly an attorney -
Cathedral School Dance I rapturous applause. Mr. Nelson, Mr. at law in the city of Chicago,
The juniors and seniors, teachersand Cadek and Prof. Ludebul shared the announces that he has commenced the INSURANCE LOANS
boy friends of the young ladies, praise which was showered upon the I practice of'law in Orlando, with an
were ntertained with a dance last popular soloist." I office in room No. 8, McNeill & Davis
night at the Rosalind Club by Mr.and
building. REAL ESTATE RENTALS
Mrs. Randolph Cobb, who are in GRAND THEATRE NOTICE
charge of the Cathedral school. The
ONE DRUNK IN POLICE COURT
was artistically decorated
room very
with green vines and poinsettias, thegreen Mac Tallman, Manager, Makes State- Steve Dupres, arrested by Officer
and red holiday colors. There ment of Interest to the Smith, was-fined $5 and costs in police -

were about thirty of the young people Orlando Public court yesterday. lie paid.

who enjoyed the delightful dance. I FOR RENT---Bungalo 5 Rooms Furnished, South Main
Dr. Sylvan McElroy, Jr., who has
Punch was served all during the even- For the benefit of those desiring to
been ill, is much better.OSTEOPATHY. Street.
ing and ice cream and cake for re- witness the society vaudeville at the

: freshments.Here. opera house tonight, the Grand thea- I .
From MemphisMrs. tre management wishes to announce Seven Room House, South Orlando.
i Kate Wright, of Lake Cherokee that the first performance of the
i has as her guests over the holi- Grand will end at 8:20 o'clock tonight,
\ days Mr. and Mrs. David Van Court, :thus giving the public an opportu- DR. J. C .HOWELL Two New Five Room Houses, South West Orlando.

t. of Memphis, Tenn. nity of witnessing both performances. Hours, 10-12, 3-5, and by appointment
Mrs. Meek Delights AudienceIt o No extra charge tor house treatment

does one good to read about the Imagination is responsible for half Except Night Calls.Telephone -
success of old friends, and as Miss of our troubles-and our fool actionsfor connections
Mary Fleming, now Mrs. John Lamar the other half. Office cor. Oranee and Central Are liiniOMIiMMIiMMMttiilllMIIIMiMMttllHtHMttllMMMIMMIiitMIIIM r
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SEVEN ROOM, new stucco cottage
s I one block from Eola park; com- J-"L1.rnber9: Laths gild S11ingles _
SENTINEL mands fine view of city. Price $5,500.
H. C. McDaniel, phone 708.

N FOR RENT-To desirable
people, x
ANTS well furnished suite, bed room and
sitting room with private lavatory.Also .
single rooms and a garage
Splendid location. No. 9 E. Washington
I St. 11-29-lmc
The Morning Sentinel Want

I Directory is the Greatest Want FOR RENT-12 room boarding house, ORLANDO '
Ad Medium in Orlando. almost new; 9 good bed rooms, electric -
I lights and bath; $35 per month.F. .
Terms Cash in Advance. L. Anderson, office 112 W. Church
I street. Phone 459. 12-6-tf
RATES

For One Day ______________2Zi; FOR RENT-Large, attractive Cement
For Three Days ____________50c Inquire No.8 West Washington room.St. Royal Agatite Plaster and Perfection Lime

t M BEST INVESTMENT' For Six Days _______________73c; 11-8-tfc ---- --- ------- ---
For One Month ____________$2.50 --
This rate applies on all ads of FOR RENT--Small flat, modern conveniences .
You can make is in Property 25 words or less. If the ad contains I unfurnished. Jas. A.
,t near the business center. It more than 25 words the rate Knox. 11-3-tf
has all the highest class public will be one cent per word for HOUSEHOLD ECONOMY
each additional word, for each in- WANTED
f improvements. sertion.If -

[ you can't bring your ad to WANTED-Return portion of ticketto On the ledgers of the Orlando Bank & Trust Company are the records oi
F It is Sure to Increase the office telephone No. 24. Ac- New York Philadelphia or Bos-
counts opened by telephone will bepayable ton via New York. Ladies' ticket many dollars saved by \\ )men of Orlando and the vicinity who have learned how
the only. P. O. Box 207. 12-9-12t
following day.
In Valueand
-- much more economical it is to manage the household finances on the "pay-by-

while waiting will pay Every Home-Every Business- ROOMS FOR RENT check"plan..
Every Man has use for a
t a good percentage for your Sentinel Want Ad.
Economy in household is
r time. I NICE LARGE FURNISHED ROOM, management daily becoming a more pressing

Better pay a fair price for I 10-25-tf to adults only. 409 Delaney street. necessity. Follow the example of those householders \\hoha\efoundtheprac-

property well located than to FOR SALE tical solution of the problem of how to make the family income go farthest.An .

,, buy Let for us a show song far you out.the com- FOR SALE-All kinds of tangerines, MISCELLANEOUS appreciation of further interest on jour part will be appreciated.

parison in location and prices kumquats, in any, orange quantities.and Will grapefruittrees trans- We pay 4 percent on savings account on Time Certificates Deposit.
SECOND HAND STUFF, CIlEAP-
and believe will and them to live if
we you agree plant guarantee
Bedsteads, tables, chairs, heater,
with us.mm. desired.12-13-1 wkc Write Alex Oliver, city. city.hanging lamps, incubator. Box 12-7-447: *, ORLANDO BANK & TRUST CO.



BUILDING LAND CO FOR SALE-15 acres young grape- SEE HERE!-New Christmas line of
fruit grove, part in bearing; ideal Kodaks received. Some beauts. The Orlando FloridaSUBTROPICAL
location lake frontage. Will sell ata ,
; best gifts. Howard's Studio. 17-4t
.
II North Orange Avenue bargain. Address the owner, Box = .
341, Orlando. 12-15-6tc
PHONE 608 LAST CHANCE!-Christmas photos

FOR SALE-Ten fine I must be placed at once. Still time, I t*' "
OPPOSITE SAN JUAN HOTEL land; about 3 acres acres cleared;orange 3-4 ofa but be quick. Howard's Studio.

mile south of Gill's store and 1-2 12-17-4t
mile east of Lake Conway, on terminal rlll : : 1
HAVE YOUR SEWER CONNEC-
FRED B. DALE of proposed brick road. Ad- L
C. H. BRYANT dress Anna II. Piatt, R. R. No. 1, Box TIONS run in. Price, under brickor EXPOSITIONMIDWINTER
DAVIS & GILES CounselF. 43, Orlando. 11-24-lm. where cut exceeds 6 feet, 20 cents
per foot; cut less than 6 feet 15 cents
.
A. Contractor
PEPPERCORN per foot. Card to P. O. Box No. 16
FOR SALE-Nice, comfortable home will bring our man to see you. F. D. : :
for small family; grapefruit, guava Harvey & Co. 12-lG-3tc
-- - ----- ---- and orange trees; six squares of post-
office. Apply to \V. D. West, 510
LOOK-City! lot and 10 Buick; $235
I Business Directory-1 1For Marion ll-18-lmo-avenue.* or Hotel Astor. each. W. R. Higgins, Orlando and :

Chuluota. 12612tcIF OEL T lU C ., FL-A. .
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FOR SALE-Five room house, one
MONEY IS ANY OBJECT
mile fiaRi court house, $(050. One to *
BUSY MEN.
to II. Kanner's' New York
you come
Liberty Brush automobile $75. In- j.
Bargain Store.'e will sell new FEE30 9-13 1915EDUCATIONAL
quire Shoe Hospital, 8 East Church
street. 11-17-lmo goods fwr the holidays at sacrifive .
SHOE HOSPITAL prices. 12-3-23t .
Bouton Brothers, corner Church .
and Orange avenue. Shoes repaired FOR SALE. One seven passenger, THE WILLOLA HOTEL, 406 South
while you wait. Best rubber heels, six cylinder automobile, 1 year old, Orange avenue, is now open. Beau- :
40 cents. Best English tan leather. first class condition. Don't answer tiful location near Lake Lucerne.

Phone 487. 11-15-1 moBUYERS unless interested. Address Bargain Home cooking. Spacious veranda. Embracing-Agriculture, Horticulture, Floriculture, Domestic
care ot Sentinel. 11-14-tf
Mrs. W. T. Walker. 11-19-lmoc
AND SELLERSI Arts and Crafts, with exhibits of Stock, Hogs and Poultry,
FOR Plants Charleston I
buy, sell rent and exchange real SALE-Cabbage Wakefield $1.00 per thousand., LOST AND FOUND and the products of South Florida. Racing, Polo, Sports
estate. Have resided in Orlando Fla. Frank
Phillips, Pine Castle.
over 30 years. Have handled over 10-28-tf LO T-A tan Scotch collie dog; answers AreoplansLectures and Entertainments of all kinds
$20,000,000. Call and see me. to name cf Prince; finder .
10-6-3m F. A.. LEWTER.Get FOR SALE-Fine fence please return to R. D. Waring Fair : .
cypress posts. Oaks, and receive reward. 17-3tc .
Inquire of Frank Phillips Pine Castle .

the news in the Sentinel first. p is-tr T.)5"1'White: violet pin, set with ;:I -For information or premium list, address :


--- -- --- hammock ion SALE-Forty land; eight in acres grove of; fine the 'lammond peal"s. &Reward Bunch's if store.returned 12-2-tf to :: ; WM.' R. O'NEAL, See'y I II. H. DJCKSON[ Pres. :.

Christmas and New present crop of oranges will be from .
IF YOU ARE LOOKING for well !
750 to 1,000 boxes; 500 trees all told
for in lake rooted orange and grapefruit buds,
Year Holiday one ready and quarter s'tting-l0 miles acres from Apopka.: see II. C. McDaniel. Phone 708. 1111111111111 g 11111 f 4 8ii Af084 C 1111..111 ellllIlllll..11 llllIllIlllIlU 1111

i Price, $5,000. Address W. 11., Box
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Fla. 9-23-tf
178. Orlando. .
Cheap Excursion FaresVia NOTICE have accepted agency fdr 0-
FOR RENT Wilson & Toomer's fertilizers in

Orange county and will appreciatethe
the FOR RENT-Beautiful dwelling with patronage of their old customers, I $ )1J
garage; elegantly furnished; on and hope to make new friends for this jyeuronSPECIAL
Atlantic Ccast Line 8-27-tf Lake Lucerne. Jas. A. Knox. firm. Their Ideal brands are too well I

known for any comment at my hands.
My experience as a grower of both
Standard Railroad of the South FOR RENT Furnished, two extra fruit and vegetables warrants we in
large rooms facing Lake Eola. 215 saying, as their agent. I can be of
East Robinson. 12-13-Gt real service to those who have grove
trouble. I am prepared to give to .
Tickets will be on sale by the At- FOR RENT Cottage, 6 rooms, unfurnished my patrons not only my own experience -
lantic Coast Line to all points ; just remodelled; all mod- but that of the firm, which cov-
South of the Ohio and Potomac and ern conveniences; 10 minutes walk ers every detail of the citrus and veg-
East of the Mrssissipip Rivers, including from postoffice; near Lake Lucerne. citrus industry. II. C. McDaniel.
Washington, Cincinnati, Evansville 108 America street. Address K., care Phone 708.EIGIiTEEN. Special Xmas Sale of Brass Beds at KINCAID
and Cairo, for all trains Sentinel or phone 573. 12-13-Gt-
December' 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, AND A HALF ACRES
25, and :31, and January: 1, limited returning FOR RENT-Furnished for light of land on Lake Gatlin; sixteen in & SNOWDEN
January Cth; and to housekeeping suite of large
many sunny five :year old oranges and grapefruit;
points in the Northwest and South- rooms; all modern conveniences. Also overlooks four lakes; in perfect con-
west on December 19th to 24th, in- two nice bed rooms; private family; dition. Price $12,000. Nothing bet-
clusive, and 29th to :31st limited returning close in. 312 North Main St. ter in Florida unless it is the prop-
January IS. Also to Key 12-13-l\k erty below described. $20.00 BED SALE PRICE $9.98Finished
West and Havana Dec. 17, 20. 24
and 27,with limit January 3, 1915. FOR RENT-6 room house with all TWENTY ACRES, in good neighborhood -
"or further particulars, schedules, modern improvements; furnished; ; fine land; 10 acres in bear-
r" 'rvations, etc., apply to Ticket $150 season 3 months. One cottage, ing trees; good lake protection; good brass satine finish.
Agents!', Atlantic Coast Line, or ad- for light housekeeping, $30 a month. crop on trees Price $10,000, with in either polished or
dressJ. Room and board for couple of tourists fruit; or owner will keep fruit, deducting -
$12 per week. Inquire Cooper $2,000 for same. Offered only
G. KIRKLAND, D. P. A., & Atha. 12-13-6t for
reasons beyond owners control.
Tampa, Florida. See II. C. McDaniel for particulars. We give coupons with all cash sales.Snowden.
GENERAL CONTRACTING-We are Phone 708.
prepared to furnish bids on all
Take a slant at the want ads. kinds of general contract and building

work. Can furnish plans and give
best of references; remodelling worka
specialty. Address ")1. N. S.," care


illeJEWELER Street t. Sentinel.FOR RENT-Rooms, with or 12-13-6t without IDEALCHRISTMAS Kincaid .

board; also rooms for light housekeeping GIFTSare
1 ; several apartments from 1
to 4 rooms, each at very reasonable
prices. Inquire of F. L. Anderson,, Low Priced Furniture House.
112 West Church street. Phone 459.. I I
fancy wcod bottom"Serving
EXPERT WATCH MAKER 12-6-tf ; Cor. Main and Pine Sts. Orlando, Florida

FOR RENT-even room house; water .. TraysI I
gas. electric lights, bath, etc.,
I make a specialtof Fine barn stable chicken house; lot 100 by
Watch Clock and Jewelery He- 200 feet. "
Apply at 735 North Orange be
May seen at ;
pairing; Diamond Setting,Ring avenue. 10-31-tf j
and Spectacle Repairing. I Dr. F. F.
FOR RENT-Furnished -- .. ThompsonDENTIST
rooms for 210 N. Orange Ave. GOBOON1SCARRIAGE; /----
Bring me repairs others have v" s
light also .
housekeeping '
; rooms for I '" ,
failed do I
to and will repair -
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them lodging, with or without board. This "11- ..
satisfactorily charge. I
or no
property also for sale /r
623 W.
cheap. orPhone -ANDBAGGAGE -
:My prices are reasonable. Church street. 12-11-6t- 113 S. Orange Ave, over Curtis & .

FOR RENT-Suite of two rooms for 656 DR. L. H. RAMSDELLOPTOMETRIST O'Neal's StoreH
light housekeeping TRANSfERL. urs 8.30 a.m. to i o.CO
CHAS. VATER ; price reasona- I II p.m.
ble. Apply at 502 Osceola
street. and a sample will; ) be taken I Wednesday and Saturdays till 8 p.m
12-17-lwkc _
Prop. Successor to Dr. G. F. LiiiORLANDO. -/
HARRELL
JEWELEREast to ycu for your inspectionand 11-6-tf
FOR RENT-Fine furnished FLORIDAWE
Tine Street at Young's for housekeeping; also bed rooms rooms; I order. Piano and Furniture FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES Eat what you want
Repair Shop bath, hot and cold water; all modern; Specialty Sat all you want.
l-d&w-lm new house; private family; large MADE IN ORLANDO Moving a : AND UO ALL KINDS OFnryflCA1. Take a postscript and forget it.

I sunny porch. 211 Ridgewood avenue. For sale by all druggists.
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" 141; value of parsonages, $319,505; town. Here are found many beautiful -

DROPS ARE{ WORTH;: indebtedness, $26,216; number of dis- homes and groves. Among those 1 T kfrEN Buy Gimcracks for

[ trictc parsonages, 7; local preachers, having winter homes are Mrs. S. -

.. $$500,000,000 133; members of the church, 35,747; Banks, Memphis, Tenn.; Mr. E. Hall, CUPBOARD Christmas Presents

i infants baptized, 875; adults baptized, Evanston, 111.; Mr. W. IL Johnston, I

-- I I! 1,618; number of Epworth leagues, and Mrs. S. N. Bronson, Ishpeming, I
Various articles made of celluloid leather
YIELD FOR 1911 SHOWS .A' 160; members, 5,402; number of Sun- Mich.: ; Mr. McCulloch: Minneapolis, I A HINT FROM ITALY. fancy plush, f

i day schools, 363; officers and teachers Minn., and the Misses Kingsley and I brass or even silver and known to the trade as "Holiday

GREAT PRODUCTION i 3,211; scholars, 31,939. Mr. A. D. Richmond, of Elizabeth, DINNER MENU Goods," are made simpl for show and have no practical f

Contributed for N. J.In. I Cream of Celery S Corn Leads With a Value of $1- missions-Foreign, Potato Puff or days war straightered:

702,599OOO-Cotton Value $4,466; special, $891; home missions, the center of the town is Lilly Mutton String with Dean Macaroni.Salad finance you ought to spend sour Chaistmas money \\itel} ,
$10,800; ; special, $3,030; church ex- lake, around which passes the national 'I '
Low, Product Large Compote of Apples. A great book a nice picture a musical instrument or talk-
: tension, $4,163; education, $14,775 highway from Jacksonville to Tam-
;
I ItI I machine box of fine t
ing a stationery, a hundred !
copperplate
American Bible To the is the set
west
society, $462. property
pa.
Principal farm crops produced i in i UE Italians cool; macaroni with engraved calling cards fountain for ,
I This session of the conference has aside for a park, and just north of r\1 pcrs. supplies
1914 are worth $4,945,852,000, the department meat an innovation to the average -
of agriculture announced been the greatest in the history of Lilly lake is the public library, post- American housewife. One the writing desk at the office or in the home, these and : I

Wednesday.The i: the church in Florida, and Arcadia office, stores and depot. Farther on way of thus* using it is suggested here. many other articles in our stock make Christmas gilts il st :

value of each crop follows: !; did herself proud in her entertainment we find the fruit packing houses, one Potato PulI.-Tilke boiled potatoesand prove useful and bring joy and comfort the whole year .

Corn, $1,702,599,000.Winter 1 of the conference. > The unbounded of which is the largest in the state. press through a masher. To each through. Do your Christmas buying early and buy wisehW. '.
wheat I i hospitality of her people, East of the depot we pass down a cupful of the potatoes take a tablespoonful -
$675,623,000. I I manifested on every hand, won theo beautiful avenue of oaks and come to of butter one-fourth of a cupful S. BRANCH j
Spring wheat, $203,057,000. I of milk and the beaten yolk of one .
hearts of the whole conference. The the homes of Mr.: I. Vanderpool, Mr.: ,
All wheat, $878,680,000.Oats egjr. Reason with alt and pepper. mix
following resolution of thanks was o \V. B. Willets, and the Dommerichs, The Arcade Book and Music Store
$499,431,000.Barley veil and fold in the beaten white of
$105,903,000. I i unanimously adopted by the conference the latter one of the finest estates in I the egg. Bake in individual dishes. -

Rye, $37,078,000.Buckwheat | by a rising vote: the state and owned by the Dommerich Served With French Dressing. I

I I "Resolved, that the bishop and sons, of New York city. This String Bean Salad.-Take; a quarterof
$12,892,000.. i members of this annual conference road leads to Winter Park, two miles a peck of string beans, wash and SOME: -'-rrIITN ( ; IX---ING
Flaxseed, $19,940,000.Rice I
extend to the people our most hearty distant. string them. split the long way and -AT-
$21,849,000. appreciation of the and I Southwest of lake is the put on in boiling water and boil until
generous unstinted Lilly I'I'I
, Potatoes, $198,609,000.Sweet tender. Drain and blanch with cold J. E. Nicholson's O. K. Baker
popularity extended to us. Maitland: Inn, a charming home-like
potatoes, 41294000. I water and put in cold place. :Marinatea
"Also resolved we greatly appreciate -. hotel, nestled amongst tall pine and DKLICATISSSEX
Hay, $779,068,000.Tobacco cupful of finely cut onion with two
$101,411,000. the kindness of the pastor and orange trees and located on a hill between talo""j! i <>iifiil! of olive oil. If the ram COLD ROAST .

Cotton, $519,612,000.; I members of the Baptist church in f! three beautiful lakes. Looking ily likes raw oiiioii. mix with the beans: 1 BEEF FORK LAMB 5
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extending to us the use of their o across one of them, Lake Eulalia, but if not spread over one-half or FOTATO SALAD 1__
Sugar beets, $27,950,000. Sandwiches of all kinds. Lunches for automobile
put
j beautiful and commodious church in to the west, is "Glencoe" grove, the three-fourths of the beans Line the up par-
Other details of the crops: ties. Come look the good: things over.
1 which to hold our conference ses- home of Mr. James H. Hirsch, of Chi- salad bowl with lettuce, place on tbe-
Corn: Production 2,672,804,000 beans with K. TRESHER PHONE
nnd sprinkle a teaspoonfulof J. 26
sions. We also appreciate the courtesies cago, with its 2,000 bearing fruit
bushels; acre yield 25.8 bushels; De- : salt and a little pepper; then spreadon
extended to the railroads trees. This beautiful of forty --- ---- ---- -
us by grove
cember first farm price 63.7 cents. the onion over one-half or three-
Winter wheat: Production 684- I and especially the Atlantic Coast 1 acres is situated on Lakes Eulalia, fourths; cover with 1'rtmh dressing.
Line railroad for a special train from Catherine and Sybelia. Crossing the
990,000; yield 19.0; pricce 98.6. With Cold Mutton.
Arcadia to Lakeland. little bridge that connects Lakes Eu- Mutton With lal'lruni.-ClIt some
Spring wheat: Production 206,027000 ,- t
; yield 11.8; price 98.6. I (Signed) "W. J. Carpenter. lalia and Catherine is "Chadburne slices of cold mutton ilMiiit half an THE CHASE & CO

All wheat: Production 891,017- "J. L. Kilgore." Hall," the home of the Boyntons, of ln'h thick wrap them each in a pieceof
1! Boston. East of the Maitland Inn is white |l'lI|>er well butteied and ;grill
yield 16.6; price 98.6. 'I them the PACKING HOUSE AI! 1 ORLANDOIs
clear Then
COST OF RATIONS: FOR ARMY the home of the late Bishop Whipple, over .1 remove
Oats: Production 1,141,000,000; I the ,paper' :i,. ijiiirUI.t: as posibltand
yield 29.7;price 43.8. AND: NAVY IS SOARING: of Minnesota, and just across the place the in -it in tin- ..ntr <.f a hot modern, fully equipped with the best up-to-

Barley: Production 194,953,000; I o I SKYWARD street the memorial church and rec di>h. a rrltui: 11.: all ionn
yield 25.8; price 54.3. I 'tory. On Maitland avenue near Lilly roui (prep.sml as follow: PROPER PACKING

Rye: Production 42,779,000; yield Washington, Dec. 16.-The cost of lake is a very pretty grove belonging Chop up finely half an onion and fryIt FIRST AID 10

16.8; price 86.5.Buckwheat t the American army ration has increased to Mr. E. D. Brigham, of the Chicago a golden tolor! m an ounce of butter HIGHEST PRICES
Production to such an extent on accountof & Northwestern railroad, and not far ; then add half a teacuptul of stock
yield 21.3 : 76.4. 16,881,000; I the European war that it will re- from there, fronting on Lake Mait- and double that quantity of tomato which, however, would not accomplish the end desiredby
; pricec I pulp or conserve with pepper and the grower, if he did not also have available the services -
Flaxseed Production quire $130,000 more to feed the soldiers land, is Mr. August Ziesing's grove.
: 15,559,000; salt to ta'ltt'!' Bring: to boiling point
during the coming than Mr. Ziesing is president of the Amer- ",',' -
8.3 year
yield ; price $1.26. I and add half a pound of small pipe
Rice: Production 23,669,000; yield during the present year. Even the ican Bridge company. Both of these macaroni which tins! just been cookedin ofTHE
34.1; price 92.4. i 1 o price of horse feed has so increasedthat gentlemen, with their families, are fast boiling salted water and well CHASE & CO

. Potatoes Production $100,000 more must be paid next annual visitors at the Maitland Inn. drained on a !sieve. Stir all gently together
: 405,921,000
;
yield 109.5; price 84.9. ,I year for army forage. Another fine property is the "Sand- over the fire. SALES AND DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM f

Sweet potatoes: Production 56,574- 1!! These are some of the results of spur" grove, with its ten thousand A Simple Sweet. which, with selling forces thoroughly organized, I\xpe-

000; yield 93.8; price 73.0. j the war affecting the army, made bearing fruit trees, belonging to Mr. Compote of .as'fill\PJtIt.' .-be Cut in halve as rienced, competent and reliable. : ...... *-

Hay: Production 70,071,000 tons public today. The navy also is af Walter Drennen, of Orlando, who is many apples required remove GIVES THE GROWER
; the cores and in the holes put a
yield 1.43 fected. The war freight rates have also the owner of the large packing "
; price $11.12. little mincemeat or preserve. Sprinkle HIGHEST AVERAGE NET RESULTS .f-
Tobacco: Production 1,034,679,000 I made it impossible for the navy to house.In a clean baking; pan with sugar lay the I

pounds; yield 845.7 pounds; price 9.8. ;I meet, out of its appropriations, the addition to its natural beauties, halves of apples in. sprinkle over avery CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED

Cotton: Production 15,966,000 o cost of sending coal to its various sta Maitland has modern conveniences, little powdered cinnamon and GROWERS MARKETING AGENTS

bales; yield 207.9 pounds; price 6.8 tions. Congress will be asked to au- consisting of telephone, telegraph, grated: lemon peel and some more sug
cents per pound. I thorize the use of money ordinarily electric lights, good school, and good '>r. Then let them stew until they CHASE & COMPANY
are sufficiently done and
Sugar beets: Production 5,147,000 spent in paying freight rates on coal roads. It is on the main line of the st'l""e"ery I I
hot. The sugar should be brown and
tons; yield 10.6 tons; price $5.43.; I j for the maintenance of naval colliers Atlantic Coast Line between Jackson- turned to caramel. Main Office, Jacksonville Florida

The year's principal crops are I'Ito I be used instead of commercial ves- ville and Tampa.The I 9-30-d&w 'A. R. ROGUE, Agent, Orlando, Fla.ammond&Gore .

worth $20,645,000 less than last year: sels for this purpose.BEAUTIFUL i 4aJ J ---
. when their value was $4,966,852,000.I' i strawberry season has openedat
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METHODISM'S PROPERTY LARGE j)! |i 0 of berries shipped last week, all :: -

j One of the most beautiful spots in of which netted the grower forty r:0.

Florida Conference Owns $1,239,337 0 Orange county is Maitland, seventeen cents per quart at the local express !m'8)f'KITGHEN? I I

in Church Edifices-Church I rules southwest of Sanford and five platform. The berry crop this yearis 1 tl

Membership 33,747; Sun- rules northeast of Orlando. There the heaviest ever known in Plant CUPBOARD jl

, day Schools :31,939 I'are thirteen lakes within the City. The berries are of an excep-
I corporate FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND BID AIMERS. 'IREAL 'I-
limits, and all are fed from tionally fine quality, are ripening rap- HOW TO MAKE KETCHUP. I

The following are intesrestingitems springs, gushing forth pure dear water idly, and daily shipments will be TTETCnrl'S are probably the most 0

taken from the reports read at most of them having sandy bottoms -I 0 made in about two weeks' time. popular of all table sauces. i VALUES LOW PRICES

the last session of the Florida annual i i and are suitable for bathing and They may l*' made with tom j

conference of the Methodists which oating, and abound in all kinds of WE HAVE NOW READY FOR DE- toes walnuts mushrooms and some | COMPARE
the LIVERY Irish Potatoes, warrantedfree fruits. Gituri ways of making ketchup i
was closing session.
fish. Maitland
is
noted for its beau-
!I from scab or other diseases. are sure ted here: i
Contributed through the year for tiful trees; tall oaks overlap each other Drop me a card or phone 708 and let Fruit j OUR FURNITURE
the support of the preachers throughout ': and form shaded arches that can us talk over your requirements. I Grape I'etdlUp.-;: Ketchup.Wash and stew five | I I
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. the state, $130,290 will make it to our mutual advan-
presiding elders rot fail
to
; prove attractive to the e'eand Pounds f the of furniture has
( tage. II. C. McDaniel.A i> ;grapes over a slow tire un I We provide quality that long
$17,609; number of societies, 453; cooling to the body on the hottest 0 til! soft. Strain through;: a sieve and been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as th6I

number of houses of worship, 389; summer day. These trees give to year's subscription to The Sen- add two :tn l a half imund* of wtis.ir standard of merit. If an article is here it is good.

value of houses of worship, $1,259- Maitland the prettiest avenues in the tinel will be a nice Christmas one tal.le l : |MM>nfnl of Hun.Hiion. nif ': : : It wouldn't'be here were it otbE>rwis(>. We can't make

337; indebtedness, $133,878; pastoral state. Lake Maitland, the largest ent to send friends who live pres-in tabh"'NllJful| of allspice one-half t:1 ', I this point too clear-it is one of the foundation stones
your bl.-si! "Mauful] uf clove!
charges, 170; number of par onowo, lake,. is situated southeast of the other states. I' I |of pepfHT. one-half I one tablevpoonfu tablespoonful I I of this business, and that means much to any bujer.UcKEQI I ;

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until a little thick and bottle ;
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i peeled seeded and' grated cucumbers
Cor. Orange Aie. and Church St., Orlando ha.i .
allow two green peppers seeded and I
Must Little ,
Homeless Children hopped Crated :horseradish one prated, two onion tablespoonfuls one gill- I j J

of salt. Put over the lire and I
simmer an hour Add one pint of
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Mixed Ketchup.-Take one-half peck j
of finely cut ripe tomatoes one teacupful 0
of minced onions, one teacunfnl -
WE DO NOT of chopped nasturtium seeds one'
BELIEVE that the good people of FIcnVa If Ali; to 11 : t teacupful of grated horseradish, two j '

there are right now in our State HUNDRED of LITTLE CHILDREN finely chopped red peppers three large j
REAL NEED-some stalks of chopped celery one teacupful '
absolutely HOMELESS-that just MOST l le cared Icr. of mustard seed, one-half teacupful: 1
of salt one large tablespoonful each I 0
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WE FEEL SURE that they do not know that there are hundreds of of black pepper cloves mace and cin i!

WORTHY MOTHERS in Florida who arejust STRUGGLING namon. one-half cupful of sugar, one BUYERS TO SHARE IN PROFITS
to their
keep I quart of vinegar. This requires no E
LOWER PRICES ON FORD CARS
little ones ALIVE, and at home cooking. .

Made With Tomatoes. J Effective from August 1, 1914 to August

WE JUST CANNOT BELIEVE, that with THESE FACTS TRUE--- Red Ketchup.-Take one peck ripe to-1' 1,11)15) and guaranteed against any reduction -
matoe cooked and strained; one pint'Tinejrar.
and every orphanage in Florida CRO\VDED to the doors--.that the people of one and one-half cupfuls sug- j during that time:

Florida will let our great work which has cared for 850 of these} little ar. Put in a cloth two tablespoonfuls Car $555.00Runabout
; ri cs 1 HIS J I of (cloves one-half tablespoonful all- | Touring -

YEAR alone--go down, for lack of funds to I keep it up. YOUR IMMEDIATE I spice' two tablespoonfuls salt four j 505.00 -

HELP is greatly needed, right now. Please send what tablespoonfuls cinnamon one--quarter AH folly equipped.i .
you can today, teaspoonful/ cayenne pepper. Cook to F. O. B. Orlando. tan

to R. V. COVINGTON, Treasurer olFLORIDA'S desired "Oosist..ney '
efficiency
ft will be able to obtain the murnalll;
Sweet K..tchup.-Takt> four pound" in ear factory production and the minimum toil in .mrpureh '.
tomatoes After they are peeled put .. in. and sales department if we. rack an at.tat .r
on and cook out some of the water 300."90 ear between the above. dat_
Add one jtonnd/ of sugar. one pint of j And should. we reach this production we agree to pay a.
Th Lllil ll' H S i share from ue to $,. per car (on or aboat
the bcyer'
1 .r ID 1 oieiy IJ nI l F1oa a vinegar tablespoon: out t'wb table-spoonful of cinnamon salt one and ], e Aan-tl.l lord car between 15> to t"rry Augost retail 1. 19H baler and who Aof-.t p.re,hues I. IMS.a new.

cloves. Put spaces in a bag and boil i For further particular. regarding theM low price and profit-
with the ketchup and a little red petsPr '' sharing plan. K*' .
GREATEST CHARITY Put in the vinegar: Just before hIs
l dune. F. G. RUSH

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battleships, a slow boat unable to MANY JEWS FLEE FOR REFUGE his home, Curry B. Witt, a prominent Up I* date painting, papering ett,

rN NEVI WARSHIPS pursue swift cruisers. She makes $$17,500,000 WAR LEVY FROM GALICIA I business man of Tampa, who has!i is the kind you want. Where to get

twenty-six knots, a speed greater been almost at the point of death it? That's easy phone 636. W. T.
than the fastest trans-Atlantic liner. New York Dec. 17- One hundred for several weeks at Saranac Lake, Cntric&n. 1-20-tf
Brussels Will Pay Huge Amountof have fled N. Y., aboard special ,
t) Her bow is narrow at the water line and seventy thousand Jews i was placed a
War Le.y-Special Galicia Vienna,'1 at the New York health resort
offer for refuge from to car
and widens in such a way as to
FOR BRITISH the least possible resistance to the Taxes Enormous t tI according to a letter received today last night and is on his way here, Don't wait for every one In town to
I have the ,
)Entrican. painter before
Burden ,.
I I from the Austrian Israelite alliance accompanied by his family. They
you try. Am too t>usy to look you
seas.Another important feature is her in Vienna by the American Jewish should arrive here Thursday morn- up. Phone 636, and I will be on the
NEW ENGLISH BATTLERS armor. It is said she will be practically Amsterdam, via London, Dec. 16.- relief committee. ;(! ing.-Tampa Times. job.j 1-20-tf

WILL MAKE KAISER'S able to defy ordinary torpedo A Berlin dispatch says that Brussels I "Galicia, as the field of military;>
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war lien of 45,000,000 marks ($11- -
means of a triple coating of armor the entire civil population, reads the
below the water line. An external 250,000)) imposed by Germany by letter. At the present time there Thr1:
SUPER SUPER DREADNOUGHTS explosion can damage her but not I means of special taxes payable up to are 170,000 Jewish fugitives from Ga ;::

sink her. June 15, 1915. licia here, of whom 70,000 are absolutely OF CLEANLINESS OF OUAL1TY
For the payment of the remaining
Furthermore, :25,000;
in Of course she is oil driven. Her penniless.
Being Constructed Davenport I 25,000,000 marks ($6,230,000); ) of the OPPOSITE POST OFFIGE
have been
Thereare destitute Jewish fugitives
Naval Yard and Are GiantsIn cost will be about $15,000,000.
first war contribution arrangementshave in barracks in Moravia and FivESH AND SALT MEATS
Service in Six I six such ships building which are placed
Months expected to shake out their colors been reached with a group of 70,000 in Bohemia, where barracks (Kept under the best sanitary conditions.

within six months. Construction is Belgian banks whereby this obliga- also are being built. These 165,000 Everything: screened away from the flies and kept fr .....d
tion will be met in ten instalments. "
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London, Dec. 16.-Great Britain is so perfectly organized that they can poor Jews are in pressing need. and pure.

about to amaze the world with several be built in eighteen months from the 11,434 HOUSES FOR THE ALLIED We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. l*a"'*
time they were started, it is esti- BRINGING: C. II. WITT HOME : \-ervthinz in the Meat Line.
warships of a new type, a super- FORCES HAVE PASSED
mated.I Ii
super-dreadnaught, as much above am unable to learn whether all or PITTSBURGSince Has Been Very 111 at Saranac Lake : H. jvjr. Self & Co.i .

the super-dreadnaughts, as these are will N.. Y., for Some Time
only one of the new battleships
above the dreadnaught, and as the I the belligerent nations of. i PHONE[ : riOt SO PINT STREET:
be able to fire all ten of its large i ji
dreadnaught was above the best war- guns from the bow. I am informed, Europe began buying war horses in Expressing a desire to be taken to i -
this country, 11,434 horses hare'passed
ships of the Spanish-American war
however, that besides these six bat- :
Whether the Germans have sew through Pittsburg on their .
era
tleships, the Davenport and Ports- ..
eral sea warfare cards up their i way to Atlantic coast points. They i ..
mouth yards alone are to '
navy pro-
intimated,Admiral occupied 519 cars, and traveled on
sleeve, as has been
cruisers
duce eight battle by next
Jellicote will be able to lay down aft fast freight schcedules. That the I
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spring or early summer.
hand on the playing table of the 1 I agents were not in a hurry, however, WHY EXPERIMENT?
At the Davenport station 9,000 men
;Xorlh sea next summer which theRaiser's was proved by the fact that while the .{ .. .
are employed, with about 5,000 sol-
will stare at in aston- law provided a rest of five hours in
navy diers and marines always on guard
ishment. I Pittsburg horses were often kept here
.
against hostile or friendly prowlers.You
These new ships are the Queen will remember that Winston several days. On such waits the an- Box of REAL Good Cigars is What Every Man Wants.
which is imals were branded with the mark of
Elizabeth class, not one of
Churchill, first lord of the admiralty,
yet in commission. Details of them recently stated in the house of com- the country to which they were con- We Have Packed in Attractive Christmas

are carefully guarded and publicationof mons that Great Britain could lose a signed. The first consignment was <
Famous
Boxes Our Brands.
facts concerning them in Great received here October 14 and there i i
super-dreadnaughtjevery month for iI
Britain would probably be followed are at present in the stockyards several j I
twelve. months without diminishingher
by severe punishment. From a friend I, hundred horses which will be ,j Si
who., recently visited the jealously eTative'supperiorityovertheGerna'vy : sent east this week. The horses are "
fl.* even though the Germans .L cET CIECLE"
barred Davenport yard, however, I' kept all their ships intact. From the finest that the French and English -
view of i, agents were able to buy. Appar- I
have obtained a layman's one
what I learn this was no idle boast. II
AND
of these gianVcrafts, which will be i ently there was no effort at concealment I

ready for acmrtfwittfin six monhts.} I :i concerning their destination as
The Warspite will carry ten 15.5 ATTRACTIVE INTERIOR :I they were in some instances con- : TE'JV I SO-crTa::: :

inc\r gun$. What this means can be The interior of the Yowell-Duck- signed to men with military titles. ;
-eahzed when it is remembered that worth department store is one of the
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the latest American battleships, most attractive in Orlando. A mas- ALL BIDS FOR STATE'S $1.500.000I
which are the most formidable now ter hand has had charge of the inte- DRAINAGE BONDS ARE i No Experiment When You Buy These Brands; Which are

afloat, carry only 14 inch guns. ..ri6r decorations, for a store could not THROWN OUT
i. On Sale at Your Dealers at The Regular Retail
Even more important is the won- look more beautiful and portray the Tallahassee, Fla., Dec. .-The : .

derful tuurret arrangement. The tur- Christmas spirit better. The display drainage board was in session a large I Price- -No Advance For the Christmas
rets rise above each other like boxesin windows are attracting considerable part of Saturday considering bids on

a grandstand, so that,it is possi- attention from passersby. The large purchase of a million and a half dollars Packages. Ask the:Nian.. Who Smokes.CURRST .
ble to fire all of her 15.5 gins bow on. window to the south has caused much worth of drainage bonds, pur- :

This is an achievement of.which naval comment. suant to their recent invitation for '." CIGAR
& SMITH COMPANY
constructors would have despaired bids. Adjournment was finally taken .
only yesterday.More Who is your painter and decorator? without accepting any of the bids, it SMOlCE
Manufacturers of THE OF SATISFACTION"j
(If satisfied keep the
you are one you
wonderful still, this monster
being considered that none of same
l have; if not, phone YT.. Entricau,
floating fort is not like the older N.). Pw:.fi. 1-20-tf were satisfactory- .. -..--_ -

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J Special This Week, Pull Size Irish lail---QJ2-1y $$4.39




: 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 $2.23 Toy Table and Chair ___________--_$1.25 Dump Carts ______________25c. and 50c.

Doll! Carts _____________- __25c. to $5.00Childs Tango Kid, Dolls ____________:____$1.00 Childs Table and Chair ___$3.50 to $6.00 Teddy Bears, Hogs, Horses, Drums, Guns,
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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
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i Ladies Neckwear. Scarfs, Hosiery. Handkerchiefs, Handbags, Wear Ever Aluminum Cooking Utensils, Make a Useful and

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

f 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 SOc each. lot of Vases lOc to S3.00 each.
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deeply this offering concerns you. Every Garment is spich-span new; of the best materials, in '

the latest midwinter styles. We've got a suit to suit every taste- to fit every figure and these

prices are lower than you've. ever been quoted. ='4

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$12.50 COAT SUIT AT $ 6.25 $3.00 COATS AT $ 1.50
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::2-: $35.00 COAT SUITS AT -----.$17.50 Admission FREE $20.00 COATS AT -------.--10.00 ,

$10.00 COAT SUITS AT ------$20.00 $25.00 COATS AT --------.---$12.50 '

N $50.00 COAT SUITS AT ------$25.00 Picture show discontinued $30.00 COATS AT --------15.00

$60.00 COAT SUITS AT ______$30.00 at nights until further notice. $35.00'COATS AT -----------$17.50 '


Wool Dress Goods, Clean Sweep Sale I' Wool Dress GoodsCJcan( Sweep Sale k

= CHIFFON BROAD CLOTH, 54 in. wide Ladies' Skirts LAMBS WOOL CLOAKING, 54 inches
$1.75 and $2.00 quality -------------$ 1.10 wide, $3.00 quality at --______ ______$ 2.25
4 GABARDINE,48 in.wide in green, blue, A r T
navy and black, $1.50 quality ________S 1.00 BEAVER CLOAKING; inches wide,
: s : CREAM SERGE, 54 in. wide, $1.50 $2.00 Quality 1.39
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SERGE, 38 inches wide, 75c. $ 6.00 Skirts at $ 3.00 CAMELS HAIR PLAIDS, 54 inches wide,
quality at "" 48c $2.00 quality ------____.-____________$ 1.39
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WOOL CREPES, 36 inche wide. 75 cent $ 8.00 Skirts at $ 4.00 line of designs to choose from, 50c. and
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THE G. U. G.'S ARE GIVERS OF USE I -Dec. 17.-The French I 1.1-l.a. GOLD PIECES: ::
in a note to the state de
I FUL GIFTS. today gave assurances that Hill U $2.50 to $20 in an attractive

The most useful, encouraging, help- I would not interfere in any plush lined box.CUIUUINOY .

ful gift for Christmas is a State Bank I s either with to American belligerent cotton or neutral ship- El II It I :

Saving Account. Opened before the 25th I Announcement was made I II II v/itii engraved picture on SAfl1L' ,

and presented on Christmas morning, it I France would adopt the same at- I II II It Ii neatly framed, or Santa Claus

cannot but be appreciated to the fullest.A toward. cotton as that of Great I handing it to the one opening the

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per I
limitless opportunities in the life of October that cotton was not and I II Ii II IL CHECKS:
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not contraband
In Xmas colors, in an any denomination -
any young person.INTEREST assurance was given that there
$x be no interference with ship- I in Orlando, Jacksonville,

I Since then the state depart :Tit 11 1 II or N. Y. Exchange. An excellent
( has been seeking like treatment
France. 411 II I II way to open an account for any ,

Gerard informed the friend or member of the family. .;
I[! PAID ON DEPOSITS department there was practical- SANK:
an unlimited market for cotton in
so that 2,000,000 bales prob- "- in holly covered box, with book- j' ';
'
Mr. and Mrs. Henry I could be disposed of in the em- :.t.-- .. ct on Savings."It ",". _.-;_..........:
LOCAL AND PERSONAL in 1915. It was reported from .
Wilmington Orlando for Ohio another, have season. 800,000 bales could find a mar- ., :..: is a pleasure to serve you." ":.:-:\.:.:-.{ ..:::;
in Austria-Hungary and Ambas
lion. L. C. Massey returned yesterday are numbered among the veteran
Page informed the state depart-
from Baltimore, where he has ter residents of the City 3
that Italy was in the market. ,> '.-
been for some weeks. and have many warm friends
Gerard said Germany prices ,
always glad to see them. They
Mr. M. II. Moore, one of Chuluota's domiciled at No. 9, East from thirteen toenghteen

t r sterling yesterday young on citizens business., was in Orlando avenue. for a. pound insurance after freight allowing and other two D : ', Tht } ID l ;,: : D


t llr.1.. II. Foster of Twelve vessels flying the American .
Before having pictures see "life

[ motion Main. pictures" at Evans', 100 11-25-tf North this Kas.,section who has prospecting spent'" several left and now bearing are loading about 80,000 or en route bales of to 1: tTiii :IITI::: "I :.:-:'!< "

day afternoon for Tampa, The ultimate destination of :< ,
owns some very valuable is Germany. i
I Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Stevens, who "e'r. cargoes -
He expects to return to Orlando Officials today felt there would be !'-
have been at the Wyoming for some
I in the season, and feels pretty speedy restoration of the cotton '
time, departed yesterday for Macon,
that when he returns to his \ to normal.
Ga. Practical Xmas
home he will be the owner of 1 I I Suggestions
r in the banner citrus
Mrs. J. W. White and daughter, ange grove The thermometer below zero here .
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ducing county in the state. ---
E! Mrs. Mark White who have been I 15 below on the mountain this
i visiting friends in Tampa returned ------------ makes one think of the
GIFTS THAT ARE APPRECIATED THE YEAR ROUND
i[ home yesterday afternoon.Mrs. South" with its warm sun- :
t i I roses blooming birds singing Manicure Sets Toilet Sets
W. S. Shannon of little squirrel scampering 'round Combs BrushesMilitary
E ter, N. II., is in Orlando for Manches-\\ FOR SALE! the boys and girls playing in the i Mirrors Sets
ter and has taken Here we are thawing water | Stationery Safety Razors
cleaning cutting ice, and
; Hall's, on Hughey street. I snow I Perfume Eastman Kodaks
I : wrapped in fur all the time. Vanity Boxes Travelers CasesVaterman's
The senior class of the Orlando 4 I I I we are and here they are con- \ Fountain Pens Cigars
high school will give a benefit Friday 2300 of .each one with; his lot.-Mineral; Infant Sets PipesHuylers
evening at 7:30 o'clock at'the high acres I ) News, Keyser, W. Va., Dec. 15. Page & Shaw Candies Card Cases .
1 school auditorium. Everybody is invited proved pine land Edi.r Barger of the News, spent Face Bags Toilet Water
to attend this event. truck and fruit land, winter in Orlando and is remem-l'
portion of it has I by many friends, who No War Prices on ANY of Our Goods
that he will
: Mr. W. F. Malcolm of Jacksonville I I hope come
representing the Remington I and marl sub'soil. I this season and bask in the .
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I j with the followers of he
Typewriter company, spent yesterdayin uate on County I .
Orlando. He left in the afternoon
intending to go to Miami in his Buick. within seven miles I
i i I Orlando. I Mr. Benjamin in the Baltimore Robbins,Dental who is Col-a McElroy's Pharmacy
Mr. Chas. A. Lanier a retired busi-
S4.40 an acre will arrived in Orlando yesterday .
ness man of Chicago, arrived in Or- ; I
( to spend the holidays with
lando yesterday aft 'noon on the this tract and the
and Mrs. B. Drew at their pretty I
Tampa Special, and will in aU prob- '! sition is "cinch" as
on Lake Eola. Mr. Robbins is I II Agents Phone 20
ability become a permanent winter
small investment. i nephew of Mr. Drew and his name- '
resident of the City Beautiful. I
price is for quick sale.If w'thout That he saying.Mr. will enjoy. his vacation I i' v-w- -

Messrs. DeLaney Way, Richard you want this I !
Yowell and Josiah Ferris, Jr., of this .11. 0 11111111' 1111111 H II 11111 U 51 11111ofo
call onS. and Mrs. W. P. Hunt of ,
city, who have been attending the '
stown. Ohio are now included I':
Georgia Military at
Academy College
the Buckeye contingency spending .
Park, Ga., will arrive today to spend i
season in Orlando, having arrived

ents.the holiday season with their par- S.S G.i.; Dolive & I t the Line North afternoon.train over from They the Jacksonville are Atlantic both I I rI I


Misses Dorothy Slemons, Elberta to be back in this part of the
Mulholland, and Minna Harris will
REAL ESTATE again and are among the pop-
arrive home today from Tallahassee, I guests at the "Kome Inn" for I
Fla., where they are students at the Mo.. 3 WEST' PINE season. The weather was bitter-
State College for Women and will Second Floor I cold in their section of the country
spend the Christmas holidays in Or- the past week.
lando with their parents. -

Numbered among the Pennsylva- ,
arriving in Orlando yesterday
Col. S. H. Alleman wife and I
Are your hens laying ? If not, why not ? Horace who have returned for I
season in the City Beautiful. !
,. Try Aunt Patsy's Poultry Food. Guaranteed estimable people are among the !.
known winter residents of Orlan- (
Everything in the Chicken line. and have many friends here to : 1915 HARLEY-DAVIDSON Horsepower 3-Speed Sliding Gear Transmission Automatic

their return. They are Mechanical Oil Pump. Step-Starter and 66 Refinements $275.00.
Wright Seed located at the corner of '

Pine and Lake street, and will W. WHITNEY WRIGHT |l290rlandoe 'il.nuec. :
Phone 179 206 So. Orange A return to their summer home in ,
I Philadelphia until spring. illllliMMIIMIItitttiMMIIMIillllMliMlliMIMIitltllllliOur


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floors are overflowing with most lasting and appropriate Christmas Gifts for mother, wife, sister or daughter, father, .1

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 EveOsoeir ,i



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