The morning sentinel
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Title: The morning sentinel
Uniform Title: Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 6 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando Fla
Creation Date: December 19, 1914
Publication Date: 1913-1918
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075052
oclc - 34297093
notis - AKR3407
lccn - sn 96027193
System ID: UF00079945:00214
 Related Items
Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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Evacuated by KaiserIs HOTEL DEC. 26 Testify at Arcadia Mondayin OF WAR Any One of Four Ways Will JEWELERSWTFAKIRSJOjreADAY

Poor Base Case Involving Titleto Keep the Money in the

Paris Dec. .-The allies' advancein MANY NOTABLE ADDRESSESDr. DeSoto Land County I "TO THE GERMAN FATHERLAND" Family InterestingThe Very $

Belgium is fast gaining momen- _

tum. The Germans are being forced J. C. Howell, President, o{ Mr. Albert S .Osborn, the noted Toasts His Country-Says Aus- People's National Bank offersa :Matter Will Be Taken Under

back all along the Flanders front with handwriting of New York and unique way for the Christmas givers
\ Orlando Will Convention trians Advisement by Council-
great losses in killed wounded, pris- Open the author of "Questioned Documents and Hungarians Are to spend and at the same time keep

oners, and war material. -Other Splen- Excellent Fighters; their money in the family. This may Dec. 22 Last Day to Pay
arrived in Orlando last
Marked gains have been recordedat night be accomplished in four different I Licenses '.
did AddressesThe Also Russians City :
every forward movement attempted and is the guest of Judge J. M. Che- ways, each as attractive as the other. i rAt -

the allies and the counter at- Gold pieces in denominations of
by annual convention of the Flor- ney.Mr. I Vienna Nov. 25.(By mail to New the city council meeting yesterday -
tacks of the Germans that have been Osborn will testify in Arcadia $2.50 to $20 may be secured in plush
ida Osteopathic Association will be Orlando
York.-A correspondent of the Vi- a protest was filed by
made have been successfully met I lined boxes, of either plain white, red,
held at the San Juan hotel Orlando, next Monday in the alleged great
throughout.At I enna New Free Press has obtained gold or holly designs. jewelers against jewelry "fakirs"con-
December 26. The sessions will last
the extreme left of the allies1 through the entire day, and conclude forgery case McIntyre vs. Black, i i the first interview given by Field Federal reserve gold currency bills ducting business in the city duringthe

line where two days ago the French with a popular public address in the involving the title to several thousandacres ; Marshal von Hindenburg, the hero of are one of their Christmas features. holiday season, remainingfor

and Belgian troops broke from Nieu- of land in DeSoto county.Mr. I They are put up in neat frames with
evening by Dr. W. Banks Meacham Germany. A translation of the main only a short time and then "pulling;
and advanced far Lom- Osborn has number ofphotographs the of Lincoln but
port as as a large picture showing,
of Asheville N. C., whose subject will i portion of the article as published up stakes" and going to some other
r baertzyde the allies today reached the of the alleged forged the picture turns out to be a five dol-
be, "The Reign of the Artery Is Su II '
Lombaertzide road and by a brilliant preme." Dr. :Meacham is one of the signatures and typewriting involved here follows: lar bill when the frame is opened. town. "ij

offensive action took all of the Ger- : which will be presented. Some very i General von Hindenburg cordially Another manner of presenting the The text of the protest was as follows -
most distinguished osteopathic spe- I
man trenches east of Steenstraate, cialists in America, and has become I startling exposures are expected to I greeted me, led the way to the din- currency is a Santa Claus folder. As :

capturing 100 prisoners, three quick be made. the folder Santa extends his "We, the following jewelers of Or-
t and take
the best known authority in the osteopathic ing room requested me to a
firing guns and gaining nearly 382 "Questioned Documents," Mr. Os- arm with the bill in his hand. lando, respectfully call your attentionto
profession on pulmonary seat by his side. Supper was simple,
: yards.To berculosis. He is an eloquent tu-I born's book, is not only an authorityin I I Christmas checks in Christmas colors the following:
consisting and
the northwest of Lombaertzyde,, the United States but is translated soup one course. are growing each year in holidayuse. "1.Ve are residents, paying
and has done much
er, important research Whatever delicacies the table held
between the town and the bathing: work. into foreign languages.FUNERAL / They are attractive to use as high rents all the year; taxes
the the sand were love offerings from Germany and also that our homes are here
beach fighting among I well as to receive.
The convention will i
at ten
open which the liberator of east Prussia is
dunes has developed with advantageto : Little banks for the children, show- and we and our families help sup-
o'clock in the with address
morning an I in And
daily it
the allies who have made considerable OF MRS. EMPIE plenty. so ing just how much money is in the port the town and have done so
by the mayor of Orlando, and a ; is that champagne was served, and
with the aid of Brit- for
progress bank, and a little booklet entitled many years.
the of the
by president state
response even Hungarian wine of old vintage, "
ish which directed a severe fire 2. That snide jewelers come
ships "Saving Its Effect Upon Character,
association, Dr. J. C. Howell, of Or I which in this ;
city according to
on the flank of the Germans, silenc- lando.Dr.. I Was Held Yesterday Afternoon : cient is an- are artistically put up in holly boxes. here during the holidays, pay no
tradition the
ing their artillery wherever it entered Julia Larmoyeux, of JaCkSOn- -Large Attendance; Dr. : acme For the adults the banks are hand- taxes, do not support the town
i of delicacies table.,
on an epicurean
: the engagement.In some imitation books bound in leather and only rent a room for a
ville will give a demonstration of the Poulson of the Baptist Gen. von Hindenburg filled
the fighting along the Ypres- a glass month that these parties sell
with ;
gold edges but built to hold the
method of examination of public
proper Church OfficiatedThe with this
precious and raising
road the allies repulsed two goods that defraud the public and
; Benin school children showing the neces- I it toasted "To the dollars and the bills that may find I
desperate attacks by the Germans to their into it.Mr. greatly injure our holiday trade.
sity of thorough examination of the funeral services of the late I Fatherland." The General took a live- way
break the solid front. In one placeof "Therefore, we ask honor-
a Dow, cashier of the bank your
spine, which is not sufficiently accomplished Mrs. J. L. Empie were conducted yesterday ly interest in the conversation around may
this section the allies gained over able body to ordinance
well be congratulated his pass an
by the ordinary routine afternoon at 2:30 o'clock from the dinner table and spiced it with upon
100 yards besides capturing a numberof thoughtful and artistic taste in the making such fakirs pay $25 per

medical methods. This work will be the residence on Boone street, the : occasional blunt remarks of military
ammunition cases. South of Ypres day to the city for the privilegeof
discussed by Dr. Sarah Davis of Pa- preparation of Christmas ideas.
I Rev. Dr. E. T. Poulson, pastor of the i humor.In .
r the British today made notable ad- Late last the work of dress- doing business in Orlando
latka, Dr. Addison O'Neill of Daytona -j i Baptist church, officiating. A large to relative
answer a question to
: vance in front of Armentierres. the windows finished and during such time as they may
: ing was ,
and Dr. Alice of
Lynch Jackson- attendance
came to pay their respects : what experiences he has had since the
ville. j I : also a part of the fixtures had been consider right.
to the memory of this beloved woman. co-loperation of the German and Aus-
Dec. 18.-Great Britain lecorated. The teller's window has "Signed: Allen & Co., T. II.
Dr. Paul R. Davis, of Jacksonville, !; An elaborate floral offering was in : tro-Hungarian armies, Gen. von Hin
took formal possession of Egypt as will speak upon "Organic Extracts in : evidence.Dr. : denburg answered: been decorated to resemble brick. InTact Evans",Charles Vater W. O,Sher

one of the protected provinces of the Treatment of Disease." This subject j I Poulson delivered a most comforting : "The Austrians and Hungarians are the interior of the bank is a man.
empire today and accompanied this will be discussed i bower of Christmas suggestions. The city council took the matter
I by Dr. F. C. Wert, address, and a choir sang a excellent soldiers. Men as well as of- I
t action by deposing the khedive, Abbas under advisem?nt. It is doubtful if
of San Antonio Dr. Elizabeth Ingra- number of beautiful selections. The ficers are brave and courageous. We NO POLICE COURT YESTERDAY
Ililmi who had out openly on anything can be done this :ear to
ham of Jacksonville and Dr. Lauren
pall bearers were J. W. Barlow A. : have been fighting shoulder to shoul-
the side of the Germans. I I Something out of the ordinary happened protect the home merchants and keep
Jones of
Daytona. J. Mosteller, J. W. Tucker, J. W. der and have implicit confidence in
Prince Ilussine an uncle of the deposed in Orlando yesterday when po- the wandering peddlers from comingto
At the afternoon session Dr.
George I Woods, E. II. Gore, and S. A. Newell. the ultimate success of our mutual
khedive, and who was a favor- I i Ice court failed ..o ;row a tingle offender Orlando, but the lesson has been
will "Internal Sei I
speak on A number of friends from out of the fighting. We esteem the Austrians
ite son of the late Ismal Pasha, has cretations," and discussions will follow i, on the doc!,=er. It may.e that brought home and action for next
I city were present. A son, Joseph and Hungarians excellent
been appointed the khedive in IIilmis' as comrades. all of the wouid he offenders arewat- year will undoubtedly be taken.
by Dr. Geo. M. Baumgras and Dr. Empie, of Santiago, Cuba was unableto The relations between the two 'I
stead. Prince Ilussine was educatedin I i ng for the holi-iiy se"l .fn to celebrate The city council passed several tax
E. C. Kemp, both of St. Petersburg,
i arrive for the funeral, but is ex- armies, is cordial. At '
in and very present we and fin<>.i : ; the refunding bills, and listened to plea
England and appearance and Dr. R.1.. Buckmaster, of Or- pected to come today. I. get ; thin helping; a
maintaining connectionswith
are lively
sympathies is more Englishman than lando. city treasury and lowering theirhat- from a Jacksonville Times-Union rep ,
i Gen. Dakl the leader of the firs I.
resentative for
Turk. acter. an advertising
The most spectacular feature of COUNTY COMMISSIONERS MET f Austrian with which we
army corps
scheme for this :
fi publication city.
i -
the convention will be a demonstration i have established lines of communica !I I
Searching for German Spies December 22 is the last day for
of the new osteopathic cure for The Board of Commissioners '
I I II County I tion. Chas. A. Granniss, who has J
of all licenses for 1914.
paying city
The authorities along the east coast deafness by means of finger j; !
I surgery a special meeting yesterdayat The conversation changed from
been several weeks in Orlando
I'II spending If these licenses are not paid on or :1
today began vigorous, search for i in the throat without the use of': the court house all members be- friends to enemies. In answer to a looking after the shipping of
December 22 the
i iI before delinquents
German spies, who every one is convinced I drugs or instruments. A number of ing present. The meeting was held question about the Russians Gen. 1
his fruit left yesterday after-
crop will be summoned before the mayor'scourt.
facilitated the German naval I Orlando patients will be operated j: for the of discussing and hastening -
purpose said
I Hindenburg : noon Waterbury, Conn., where he
The minimum fine for violators
raids upon Scarborough Hartlepool upon by this method by Dr. Howell, the $525,000 hard roads bond "The !
Russians too, good sol-
are will remain until the middle of Jan- fee.Youngest .
: is double the license
and Whitby. If spies are found : the of the Dr. J. i
any society. issue for Orange county. As a resultof diers. They have discipline, and discipline When he returns south he will t
they will be summarily dealt with. i R. Moseley, of St. Augustine, and Dr. ]i the meeting the work on the Or- i will eventually decide this be uary. Mrs. Granniss.
accompanied by
At several places all Germans and I Grace Miller, of Clearwater, will discuss -!! ange county rpads will likely! be start- war. But Russian discipline is en-
f Austrians have been retained as a I the technique. t ed sooner than contemplated. I tirely different from German and "ARISTOCRACY" AT THE GRAND 1

precautionary measure. Notice has "Sex Hygiene in the Public Schools" II I Austro-Hungarian discipline. In our "Aristocracy" was the title of the I

been posted at the bathing resort in I will be the subject of a paper by Dr. BUSINESS BOOM TO RESULT I i armies discipline is the result of spirit Paramount feature picture at the Ordained Preacher in

Withernsea giving a warning to the E. S. Wheeler of Lakeland. Dr. Ella and morale while in the Russian Grand last night. The play was vividly -

public. The coast patrols have been I X. Quinn, of St. Augustine, and Dr. Chicago, Dec. 18.-Leading wholesale army it is a combination of silent, portrayed and dealt with an international World Will Address Epworth

ordered to fire on persons seen Lucas of Lakeland will discussit. League at M. E. Church
any Mary merchants and shippers of Chi- inane obedience. The Russian soldier marriage problem. Dan-

signalling with flags or lights. Research work will be discussedby cago wer elated today at the decisionof stands still because he was told I iel Frohman presented the play, in Sunday .

Dr. A. E. Berry, of Tampa, and the Interstate Commerce Commis- i to stand still. And he stands as if which Tyrone Power was the head-

Not Suitable for Base Dr. Paul R. Davis and Dr. C. E. Mc- sion granting the railroads' application nailed to the spot. What Napoleon I. liner. The Rev. Charles R. Turner the

London Dec. 18.The Central Kinnon, of Jacksonville, and Dr. for an increase in freight rates. said of the Russians holds good even boy preacher, seven years old the

News correspondent at Petrograd reports -I W. Crum, of Bartow. J'I The concensus of opinion among the today: 'It is not sufficient to shoot FUGITIVES ROTTERDAM youngest ordained preacher in the

that according to high authority merchants was that the decision the Russian dead. It is also neces- world, will address the Epworth

Lodz has been evacuated by the i' would cause a great "boom" in busi- sary to throw him down.* League at Methodist church Sun-

Germans who are convinced that tho BRIGADIER GENERAL DEAD'John ness. "The Russians have learned much i Escape Over Dutch Frontier- day evening at 6:30 pfl. m.

town can not serve as a base for mil- since the war with Japan. Their He preached in all the larger

itary operations. .MRS. HARRIS TO BRADENTOWN strength consists in the estab'lishI I Four Additional Guns Have churches in the South last summer,

Vincent Furey U. S. A.. I ment of fortified positions in the field. Been Placed on Canal to two hundred thousand people. lie

WILL NOT SHARE IN STEEL : Died Yesterday at His Home I Mrs. J. H. Harris, who has been I They understand thoroughly how to Banks made, a tour of the South. lIe has

STOCK I in Brooklyn at the spending the past month in Orlando dig themselves into the soil. No soon- I now fifty different requests tj preach

j Age of 75I ; with Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Brown, er have they occupied a position than Rotterdam, Dec. 18.-A number of but he is going to school now, but

New York, Dec. 18.-Chairman I on North Orange avenue, departed they disappear ten minutes later in to fugitives arrived here today from has appointments on Sundays. f

Gary of the United States Steel Cor- I yesterday afternoon for a visit with the earth like moles. But our sol- Eleyst after having escaped over the I Every one in Orlando should hear I

poration, today confirmed the an- !I New York Dec. IS.-Brigadier her son, Mr. J. F. Harris and familyat diers have learned that, too, now; Dutch frontier. They say the Germans the gifted little preacher. They will f

nouncement! "Owing to unsettled con- :( General John Vincent Furey U. S. Bradentown. Mrs. Harris lives :at they didn't like to do it: but they had are continuing their activitiesin remember that he preached in Orlando -

ditions it has been decided not to of- !1 1 A., a retired veteran of the civil war Noblesville nd., and is well known to to do it in self defense." fortifying Zeebrugge. Four addi- last winter several times. I

fer United States Steel Corporationstock and the Indian campaign in the West, many residents of this city who re- tional heavy guns have been put in I

to employes for subscription in died at his home in Brooklyn. today, gret her deputure.Irs.. Brown is WATER PLUGS PAINTEDThe position along the banks of the canal. ATTRACTIVE PLAY HOUSE I Ii

1915." This is the first time in more aged 75 years. a granddaughter. The Germans are also exhibiting It i

than ten years that employes of the Orlando Water and Light com- great activity in other respects. Theyare The Favorite theatre, on Church _i i

corporation will not receive their an- Big Crowds at Curtis & O'Neal's. TilE WEATHER pany have been giving the water reported to be collecting large street,continues to attract the crowds .. t

nual Christmas present of being per- They always have just what is need- plugs a fresh coat of red and silver bodies of troops, probably for the both afternoon and evening. The film i

mitted to subscribe to the corpora ed for that Christmas present. Watchour Florida: Cloudy with probable paint. The tops of the fire plugs are purpose of defense against the possible features are high class and the theatre ;

tion's shares. windows, you will see it. I rains Saturday and Sunday. .i in silver and look very attractive. landing of the allies on he -:o:. ably managed.


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recently arrived in Orlando and I To the Good Citizens of Orlando: Fin Ice I Grea
aSTESJtBSTESJ@STESi[ !, !,@STES'iB!!!; STESjjg STESJtg! : STF..St}:H STESJ Tampa Special on Time 93.03 Per solicit your orders for shampooingand i Loyal Order of :Moose 766, of Or- m
Cent. of Time During Six manicuring work. Drop a cardto lando, Florida, wish to do their sharein
L L Months Period Mrs. Woodward Xo. 5 West Robinson making Christmas what the word
and I will call at your home. really means. If any one knows of
XMAS PRESENTS My terms are reasonable and work needy families widows, or children AND ICESTelephone
B1 The Seaboard Air Line fast train, guaranteed. 12-16-6t who he can help to say truly this is .
known as the "Tampa Limited," operated Christmas, please send names and -
addresses, later than December P
between Tampa and Jacksonville NOTICE 1 t
H H license 20. Adress either O. McIntosh:: II.
All automobile and occupation I
has made a remarkable record taxes have been overdue since'\! Gauthier F. J. Raehn or L. O. O. M., 664
t!! Pullman Aprons, (!!] for arriving at the two points on October 1st. This is to notify all Orlando, Fla. ll-13-6tc
schedule time. From June 15, of this linquents to pay said license tax
Cases. year, to December 15, six months, the or before December 25th; that de-I Get the news in the Sentinel first. '
Tourist Traveling "Tampa Special" made an average of remaining delinquent at that New York Ice Cream
in the 'I
!! will be informed against -
98.08 on her schedule. During June, I
Sets. inal court of record.J. My Specialy
Travelers Writing July, August and October the special F. GORDON, I i
L arrived at Tampa and Jacksonville Sheriff of Orange County. SOMETHING NICE! Philadelphia and Fancy Creams
Parisian Sets. 12-15 to 1225cAppointments I
very day on exact time, making whatis (10 OrderWHOLESALE
considered by Seaboard officialsone
w for residence workin Two Beautiful Builficg Lots
Hot Vacuum Bottles. records that has
) c of the best ever manicuring, shampooing, facial AND RETAIL
been made by any train operated in and scalp massage, chiropody made On South Orange Avenue,
fL'' Parker Fountain Pens lorida. by 'phoning Orland. Only professional near Lake Lucerne, splen- Neopolitan in Stock
@ Since the train was first placed in services rendered. 12-18-4t : did view of the lake only ,
Cards in Cases. service April 27, 1913, to December blocks from business
Playing 2 1-2
15, of this year, it has made a grand The want ad.'s the thing, for you
and for the other fellow also. center nice big shade trees
of 98 for arriving betweenthe C. H Hoefler 1
average I
Perfumes and Toilet Waters. I &c. I
Ii shrubbery, adjourning
((15 two cities. It is 212 miles from I i
tL Tampa to Jacksonville, and the "Tampa PHONE 646 lot to one of the best resi I
Xmas Cigars in Xmas Boxes. Special" makes the trip in six AUTO FOR HIRE i dences in city.-For sale by Residence 205 Liberty St.
hours and half. I Corner Mariposa
a i
ILi: Robert L. James, traveling passenger -

business is improving, and prospectsare 17 Hughey Street Orlando,*Fla. Rooms I & 3 Watkins Block i :PRICES REASONABLE
now that South Florida will havean 12-10-lm Phone 555
41 excellent tourist season. The
same opinion is voiced by James D. t.
Ingraham, acting general agent for
the Seaboard, who took charge of the ,I
local office a few days ago.


i GOH"rnorIay Be Called Upon to
Interfere-Board of Commis.
I : 61 and 95 ,;- sioners Adjourns

i N + UrSTF.SrpSTES Fla. The board of __ .
cI) Clearwater -- ---- ---- ----U''ud-- -
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5.TF..sIIJ QSTFSU: !! STF.S-STES! i STE ;iSTESIWIRTSBIfs brief meeting Friday, the sole business -

a motion transacted to adjourn being until the passage December of You a S. F. U. G ? '

17. While, the meeting was short,
however, it was productive of a large
crop of rumors, all centering on "The
Trio," consisting of CommissionersLowe Did you ever think of going to the

Vinson and Coachman, who

": HOUSEHOLD have been trying to secure house the and erection GAS OFFICE to look for Xmas presents -
of a county court jail
before their term of office expires,
and against whom the people of St. ?
.PAINT Petersburg have been directing a
fight with the hope of ohlding the
formosteyerijthiniEasy_ ( whole thing off until after the first Perhaps you never have, but we
of January, it being understood that
i!!? the new commissioners have pledged
to use. want to what have this
themselves to call a county seat elec- you see we year. .

Easy to buy. tion. St. Petersburg now claims to I .
have a majority of the votes of the

Small county, and as there are numerous We carry only the latest and best
cans. interests there which want the county -

16 Colors and seat located in that city they are Gas Appliances in the market
making vigorous fight to secure a
ALL GOD. chance at it in an election.

Present which will be appreciated.
-. Wears well. BIRMINGHAM: :\ TO PLAY LOUIS-

Looks well. LAKELAND

@ President O. II. Wathen, of the
What more Louisville ball club, writes the editorof ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO.
.. the Telegram as follows, regarding -
ask? .
can you
games scheduled for this city:
r' "I am pleased to advise that we
have today closed with the Birmingham -
baseball club for the dates at
SOLD BY Lakeland of March 22 and 23, and in L J

order to save your dub the expenseof
Jos. Bumby Hardware Co., railroad fare returning from Or-
lando to Lakeland, I have closed with
OI-'LANDO. the Birmingham club for the dates

completing for the dates return of :March:home. 29!By) and arrangingthe 30 we Tll Floriaa a R al E Estate & Inv PltlBPlIt Ffl C .

0.8MMIOiHII0 HIMIM MCMIilMMMIM 1 probably will be saving your club
railroad fare to the extent of about

$100. Capital $50,000. Fully Paid Up.
REAL ESTATE "Am expecting to hear any day;
from St. Petersburg on the dates for
Incorporated In Florida; Therefore Under State Control,
the ones I have suggested which was
directed to the president of the Na-
tional baseball club. They were sat-
isfactory to him and he so wrote to
We buy d sell all classes and kinds of Real Estate. Mr. Lang of St. Petersburg to the

effect that the dates were satisfac- Investors and
l If you want to buy or sell the earth it will pay you to call tory.-Lakeland Telegram. lifE extend a cordially invitation to

and talk your wishes over with us. NEWSPAPER ARTICLES LIKE !I Property-Holders to call at our office, to learn

The manager of this firm has had years of exper- HOTEL BILL OF FARE the most progressive and conservative methods. .

ience dealing in Florida investments, having sold over a What Suits One Customer Will No To protect your interests this Company aside ot.t hei
Suit Another and Vice Versa
million dollars worth of Florida Real Estate in the last financial strength, give Bank Guarantee whenever our

two years. running Running a hotel a newspaper, only different.is just Whena like I clients demand it. Enquiries by mail promptly an

We are well posted on the value of all classes and man goes into a hotel'! and finds
something on the table which does swered.
kinds of Florida property. We want listed with us all not siut him, he does not try to raise .
Hades with the landlord and tell him HENRY BENEDICT President ,
bargains in Real Estate, and we want customers for Real to stop his hotel. Well, hardly. He ,
sets that dish to one side and wades
Estate Bargains. into the many that do suit him. It Phone 570Sentinel
Office Peoples National Bank.
is different with some newspaper over
I readers. They find an article occa-
sionally that does not suit, without
I stopping to'think that it may please
hundreds of other readers, make a
grandstand play and tell the editor
how the paper should be run and
D. 'VARINGIanager what should be put into it. But such
people are becoming fewer every; ''Nant Aas Bet Results
l' Rooms and 6 Watkins Block Phone 11-15-tf No. 631 year.Exchange.Wood \

$1.50 a strand up. Hand's

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I I have about two dozen BOYS ]I
DIES'ALL QUIET ALONG ARRAS SUITS of the better quality, that I 'I
want to close out, and will make the '!
prices extremely low. F. N. Board- ,
mast. 12-16&18':
Up Banks in French Capital Shy on Live War I GRAND1'ODA

$13,000 Died Xe\vs-"Nothing Doing"Is Eat all you want. ;'
Pith of I'arisStatement Eat what you want. |
-Has I Take a postscript and forget it.
for sale by all druggists. j I

Paris Dec. 17.-() .)-Tonight's l-7-d&w-lyr j!

17.-Frank Kohl official statement says: TEN ACRES overlooking Orlando j i
: ;
Philadelphia a ban .I "In Belgium our troops have gained all cleared; fine land; good home i I
R l N robbed two Cin- ground to the north of the road from site." $2,000. II. McDaniel.. Phone |'
Yrpess to :Menin.: We have debouchedto 708. "
of over thirteen "As We Forgive Those
the northeast of Arras and have
and shot and seri- For Pecan Trees see or phone W. II. ,
I reached the first houses of St. Laurent Brokaw. 12-16-3t
bank cashier and I and Blangy. Appreciable progress A Lubin special feature complete in two parts.

who shot and mor- has been made at Ovillers La Now is the time to order GRIF-
in the battle Boiselle, :Mamets: and :Maricourt in FING'S ROSES. W. II. Brokaw,
salesman. 12-16-tf
the streets a short the From region Somme of Bapaume to the Vosges and Perronne.there is "You Never Can Tell "
died at the Shoes for the whole family, and at
ht. The money nothing to announce. the lowest prices that can be made ,
been located and for GOOD SHOES at Boardman's. A Selig Comedy.
turned it over to a STATEEWS
he left the bank. I
Fellsmere is to have a syrup mill. I
are looking for a
have acocmpanied- -0- Dr BuckmasterOSTEOPATH "The Peddler's "
The Fellsmere Methodists have or- Bag
f ,
A og raph Drama.

[ A RECONSIDER The Bushnell board of trade has or- Graduate of Kirksville

ganized. I
Unwilling to
S. OraneAvenueABOVE
"attf'r on-\leth- I

Dr. Wray miles Manatee of.its will streets.curb and pave three PEOPLES tANK PHONE 578 "THAT ORCHESTRA
Dec. 17Rev. W. -0-
much liked pastor St. Petersburg now has its city There with the goods as usual.
church hall lighted with gas. ACREAGE FOR SALE

his resignation -0-
has been urgent- Starke is figuring on street paving -ONORLAPJDOSANFORD-

l being his of action.accepted the mem-His, a and sewerage.county-0Bre.ard -is to hold a fair BRICK ROAD I I Monday Monday Monnay yIII! !

was held yesterday March 16, 17, 18, 19. I I
-0- AT A SONGSixtyfive
was taken to as-
which re- January 15 DeLand is to vote on The ;
an overwhelming $24,500 bonds for sewers and street --- --

retention as pastor. paving. acres of best rolling pine
out of the city land suitable for citru trees andall LAST EPISODE OF
what his decision The Daytona board of trade has en- field crops; within sight of railroad
hoped and believed dorsed the commission form of gov- station schools churches. MUST BE a

so urgently re- ernment. SACRIFICED. A fine location for a I
I Peals of Pauline
he will do so. He nursery. ,
The Florida State Federation of
and esteemed by
Price, Terms $25 per Acre i
city, an able preach- Labor will meet in Sanford January
among the 12-13 1915. Spot Cash $20 per acre You Simply Can't Afford to .

him to know them. ---- --

New Pastor raised Fire at insurance Cocoa on rates account have of inad-been The Biggest Grove ValueFour Miss This. I I i
pastors, made by the equate fire protection. miles from town, good road 1
brings to Lake- --0-- choice citrus location. We have a fine
who is said to Citrus men of the state are ex- 10 acre piece with five acres in fine
ministers in the pected to meet in Miami, Thursday bearing grove. The other five is all
just closed a two to talk over the citrus situation. cleared and the whole piece is 5c 1 Oc

Orlando previous fenced. There is an old house on J II IITHE
charge of the Mul JUST A JOKELET the place. Price $35oo.REAL .

church in Ma-
brilliant speaker, a When the season was almost overa ORLANDO ESTATE CO.
1If'p brililant speaker a storekeeper in a small southern I
always ready and town put a lot of dollar shirtwaistsin Watkins Block PHONE 504 OLD RELIABLE
good cause for the window at 75 cents.
public. The people "Say what kind of bizness you call
cordially welcome dis?" asked an old colored woman. SANDBOT"o DANN'S TRANSFERDr.
his excellent family "Is dat de way you try to make a liar
I social circles of the out of yo' customers? After I been
telling all de cullud folks in de neigh- Compression Starter

Rev. J. B. Ley borhood dat I paid a dollar for this

: here., faithfully He is ear-and reputation shirtwaist for you veracity.come an'Las'spoil time my I MADE ESPECIALLY Y FOR FORDS Livery, Draying and HaulingWE

and full of good ever gwine to do bizness here. Will Start Any That
of his work will
Can be Cranked

in Lakeland to One sharp pull from the
he will leave td REASIO.'YfR9R0. '
seat turns the engine over
+ 'N RS
Rev. Ley and his
highly commend two compressions.That AUTO, AUTO BUS AND TRUCK

people of Orlando,
\ make their future j Country Driving for Eight or Ten Solicited
Does [It.

news to many to HORSES FOR SALE
Edgar Wilson, who See the Sandbo

so satisfactorily Plant New Foster 'Phone 257. Orlando, Florida
Christian Advo-
this city, has been Grapefruit-Only FORD GARAGE :

position and will
his home here. Rev. Pink-Fleshed Kind
... ...
writer and is mak-
With all the good qualities that ftotora' .. popular in its field. upachii e citrus fn..t.the Fo tcrprapcf ,. t
would hold n as asiluabic: kind aMje
from its color. But to all points that are
WERE GRANTED commendable must be added a peculiar
attractiveness that belong to the luster
alone-it*rose-pink tinted B 5h. Do not worry about your=
were granted, Grapefruit with pink flesh has been searched
for by horticulturist for many, an. Fester
came true has it. Royal Palm j
planted stocked with this new a rlC.rdY"f :
planting this season. Trees {foster costa I
little more than the ordinary varieties,
sunny, but are well worth the price.

sweet joys were to in wise prize.honey, Royal striking feature Palm of Royal ServiceA Palm Nurseriesis Plumbing and Sewering

the service department. By means of
tomorrow this agency the buyer can feel that he ..i:1:
like today, receive absolutely impartial and as nearly
accurate information on planting as it IS
of sorrow, possible for us to give,at any and all times,
our play whether on fruit growing, economic crops.
FardemnK.ornamental home planting aid
misgivings, landscaping or any similar phase of horticulture .
and no fears, touJung our experience. I We will do for you and you pay when you
all living- I
joy our of tears. New Royal I Palm Catalog
A study of the table of contents of the get ready
Royal Palm Nurseries catalog reveals the
sorrow fact that its many pages nstitute a most I .
feel the rain, reliable and up-to-date bcolt of knowledge
I yearn to borrow on plant life, valuable beyond measure
I t tF.
Tells how to plant trees on arrival from
of pain; Curserjthe proper d.:.taaces for plant."g, .
all the pleasure and is a text b x>k that growers, farmers
and home builders'! can cot anjrd to be I
quickly fled without \\rue for fret cf :o ,

we we have treasure shed.E.. A. .G. i REASONER BROTHERS Call on F. JOSEPH RAEHN PLUMBING ann HEATING CO.

I 198 Benedict .he. ON ECO, FLU !

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all about cats Cor. Graves and Irvin Streets I

unfair to call wo
to the cats." She : i

are the most faith- ii

and that they bite ORLANDO'd i
of extreme fright I
pets known r I
at all spiteful while w-i mo.-i 1-15 :

spiteful" and wrong

: I } are not at all i i

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South Florida SentinelMORNING Here's Some Hot !

( W. S. Branch) "Guardians of the Peace in the LimeUght"
AND WEEKLYW. Hirsute Bargains Right Off
M. GLENS .....................Editor I
W. C. EhSI.NGTO.N .... ..Buin_ Manager John Rowland has such a growth of (By John F. Schumann) II I
--- beard that he is compelled to patronize The GriddleTwo
Entered at the poetoffice at Orlando. Florida The police force of New York, Chi- !
as Second Class Mail Hatter. the tonsorial artist day in
and San Francisco, and for
cago now Last
SUBSCRIPTION RATES the week. He has such a lack of Shopping Saturday
Daily, 1 Year ........................ $5.00 several years past, have furnished an
Daily. 6 Month .. covering on the top of his head that '
Daily. 3 Months :.:...::::..:.::.:::.: 2.50 1.25> the flies slip and dislocate their abundant text for magazine writers acres on a beautiful lake. Before Christmas '
Da;!). 1 Month ...............,....... .60Weekly. an- and newspaper editorial makers. In
1; Year ...................... $1.00 kles trying to walk across it. John fact, no officials the world over are Four room house. A number of .

ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN says he has consulted Dr. McEwan so constantly watched and criticisedas budded orange trees in bearing. I
about taking the skin from his cheek
ADVANCETO the police force; and, like our dear Only two and one-half
ADVERTISERS: and grafting it on to the top of his mother-in-law miles Sale No. 36All
are made the subjectof
head, but the Doctor is afraid that from the Court House. If sold
c.py for display and all other hand-set more jokes than any man dead or
advertising must be handea in at the business such a cooling of Rowland's brain
office of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m. cells might cause a brain storm. alive. by December 20th, price will be
the day before publication. This rule applies The
question arises, are these crit-
to changes for contract advertising; it is -0Clubs- only $500.00Four
invariable and will be strictly adhered toes icisms and jokes always just?

SI1Ii. ""'; "Orlando has such lot of ladies'
abcuiki notify the office in writing on a
the it will beC011t.mu..jI clubs
at the regular subscription rates, meet every week to play class of public officials so poorly paid large front lots on Cen- Day Saturday Specials .
until l notice to stop is received. whist, study Shakespeare, delve in
Telephone Nomb-r .,.,.................. 24 bridge, experiment in crochet, etc., and so exposed to bodily harm as the tral avenue, close in, that must TABLE
man who wears the star and LINEN
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 19, 191!. why don't they organize a "Bake a patrolsour be sold by December 25th. Only;
Loaf of American streets night and day. Pure Irish Linen Satin Damask
Bread" club? said a touristto finish full 72 in.
Policemen and sheriffs the $500 each for inside lots and
Orlando needs a motor fire truck an old resident as they were dis- I are wide in a magmficient range of design. ..
guardians of peace and the men on for napkins to match.
because too much valuable property cussing current topics'on Orange ave- $550 corners.ICooper
is without adequate fire protection. nue. "They attempted it last sum- ,whom the courts depend for the en- I Actually sold elsewhere at $1.50, OUR SPECIAL

--- --- mer," replied the o.r., "but they could !j forcement of their decrees. The PRICE is $1.15.
crooks, and murderers all r
Good morning, Merry Sunshine, not find enough competent charter thugs un- On Saturday we cut the price to 9Sc.

why don't you wash your face and ,I members to initiate the new candi- !derstand this these perfectly criminal and minded as a con Atha One dozen 20 inch Napkins to match any patern
make smiles?" dates." sequence
I harbor hatred and swear vengeance All day Saturday for $3.3S
o -o-- I 114 South Orange Are, Ground Floor
against this whole army of law-en
So columns of
CARTOONS many good newspa- forcement men. Phone No. 311

Watch for the cartoon in tomor- per space have been used in giving The risk these men take in order I, COMBINATION: LINEN SETS
row's Sentinel. The advice as to what to buy for Christ-
is one that our property and our lives One Table Cloth, size 2 yards One
may by 2'4; doz.
that few
of the few in the mas presents, a "Don'ts" i
carrying an newspapers artist. From time state to will not be out of place. (Continued on page 5)) Subscribe for The Daily SentineL .1.1i NAPKINS to match, size 20 inches.
Don't This has been our season's leader at $6.00 the setOn
time cartoons and sketches will be buy father a box of cigars i

published for the benefit of The Sen- made in Tampa, Key West, or New _- Saturday the Set for $1.98 I

tinel family..NOTABLE York city. Buy one of the well known' .
"Made in Orlando" brands. II I
MIXTURE Don't buy mother a silk dress pattern (

Henry Watetrson is over on the from some Chicago mail order j i II I Every piece of Fancy Linen in stock has been reduced -

East Coast for a few days' sojourn. house. Buy of one of the Orlando | in price to such an extent that those

So is Jim Riley and Carl Fisher and merchants who helps you pay the city | I contemplating making gifts of these very acceptable -

"Boss" Croker. It is surely a galaxyof taxes. | decorations for the table ought, in
Don't buy sister a French silk I justice to themselves,
"Printers' Ink," "When the FrostIs LAKE EOLAHere compare our prices,
the hosiery outfit. Buy her twice as that is all we ask.
on Pumpkin, "The Indianapolis -
Speedway" and "Heap Big Chief." many pairs made out of mercerized ,' .- i On Saturday, 13c. to $13.00
Florida long staple cotton.
Don't buy brother a "Made in Eng- I
land" safety razor. Buy him a well TilE FAMOUS: CORDON SILK HOSE
Christmas is coming and with its known American manufacture. is an unusual offering, one that I can unhesi- Our ,
advent there will be regular $1.25; quality, neatly put up in fancy
hundreds of brilliantly Don't buy the kids a lot of "Made Xmas boxes.
lighted Christmas trees in tatingly recommend as a GREAT BARGAIN. The lot is
in Germany" jumping jacks, dolls and
home to AH day Saturday $1.00
every gladden the hearts of
toys. Buy only the "Made in Amer-
the 90x200 and the house contains seven rooms and bath.
youngsters and bring joy and ica" brands.

pleasure to the hearts of mothers and Don't buy grandfather a big type Servants room on premises. Orange and grapefruit and I EXTRA SPECIALAny

fathers. The trees will be aglow with Bbble, "Printed in England." Buy I $1.00 SILK HOSE in stock, Saturday
candles. Every precaution should be those bearing the well known New peach trees, shruberry and flowers and ornamental
only ------------________________ 89 centsAny.$1.50
taken to
safeguard the home fromthe York and Philadelphia publishers'names.
danger of fire originating in the plants. Owner will sell furnished or unfurnished. The SILK HOSE in stock, Saturday

trees from overturned only ____
or burned low Don't ---------------------------- $1.39
candles. buy grandmother a pair of location is No. 215 E. Robinson avenue, on north shore of
comfy slippers from a New York cat-

o alogue. Buy them from the local Lake Eola, and overlooking Eola Park. Listed exclu- OUTING FLANNELS

MEGAPHONES shoe man who is paying liberally towards i Another 25 pieces of this splendid lOc quality on

A man came into The Sentinel last the new brick pavements. sively with me. The price will astonish you, it too low, sale Saturday, in checks and plain colors.
night and asked for a sheet of redcard Don't send Uncle Ebenezer a redo .

board, stating that he wished t plush collar and cuff box that he does but owneris determined to sell. Cash or terms. Saturday, 10 yards for 83c: .

make a megaphone. "There is not a not need and that bears a label

megaphone in Orlando," said the business "Made in Bavaria." Send him a box I SALE OF HANDKERCHIEFS

man. This is alarming news. of Orange county oranges and
grape- I 500 Splendid quality Cambric Handkerchiefs, just
For a city the size of Orlando, mak fruit.
I the very thing for the youngsters.
ing the noise it does all over the Don't subscribe for "The Militant
United States, and WITHOUT a sin Suffragette" for Aunt Susan. Send S.Y.WAYInsurance r they Worth last regularly lOc. and 15c.. Saturday while

gle MEGAPHONE. Say, readers, her The Weekly Sentinel, one year, rI
cents each 6 for
25: cents
what could we do if we had a thou subscription paid in advance. I
sand megaphones?


f REBELLION Every pair of hose of this make goes on sale

; Over in Europe the soldiers in the : Barlow Gift Shop, around the Saturday. Black, white, tan, for children,
corner, announces they are engaged PHONE 172 misses and
i snow filled trenches are dreaming of in selling gifts for all occasions. cluded. women, all sizes, outsizes in

' Christmas trees, bright-eyed: babies Novelties appropriate for the season.
and the joy of home life. Brushing Come in and "snook around." You 3 and 4 pairs to a boxSaturday ..

t tears from their burning eyes; trying s are reet.welcome. No. 9 West 12-18-2t Church per box, 77c.

to still l the' bursting heart; prayingsilentl

i ). for the loved ones miles LAST CHANCE!-Christmas photos Grocery DepartmentALL
away; thinking of "Peace Earth
on must be placed at once. Still time,
k goodU towards men;" nursing but be quick. Howard's Studio.
fearful wounds; and striving to kill -I
lonesomeness, despair and gloom- -_u-_____ __ SPECIALS
-- -- ----- -- -- ---
these soldiers are attempting to display f Kinghans Sliced Bacon per box __35c
i ila ----
loyalty to the monarchs. But Snow Drift Lard 10 lb.
pail for ___90c
r-o rebellion of soul, of mind and spirit All Hams per lb. __ -_-_-____
must creep over them as Christmas / I ---------- 20c
" approaches. Vallieres and Bracelet Watches New Seeded Raisins, 2-lb. pkgs for__23c '
0 New Mixed Nuts, per Ib. ----------__25c .

' HENS Fancy Cluster Raisins, per Ib.-_______23c:
J The Florida :Metropolis continues to Don't forget "SNOW MELLOW is cheap-
( urge the planting of I
more hens. dainty enough for a fairy er than eggs. A 50c box for _40c
Sometimes ---
we wonder if the
Metropolis -
A 23c; box for ______
I I 20c
paragrapher ever cackles ------------
w his wings, or if his brain is or flaps egg- What girl can resist the charm of a dainty La Valliere, a veritable !

' shaped very likely, or if has he a has one feathers."hen-power"He lacework of gold or platinum, set with precious or semipreciousstones Ii READYTOWEARANY :

typewriter and is "cooped" up in a The designs this year are so unusually lovely, so delicate COAT OR COAT SUIT SUIIT IN
dingy office with "chicken feed" in I STOCK

his pockets. A little more of a va- and fine, we are sure they must have been inspired by the fairies. I

- riety would be advisable. Instead of Half Price

"Where"Plant More is the Hens"golden why egg?not" "Why say, Especially charming, too, are our Bracelet Watches. A more pleasing gilt I
does a chicken cross the road?" "Who could not be chosen, or one that combines so much beauty with practicability I

stole the lock to the hen house door?" I ANY JUNIORS OR MISSES COAT IN

"Chicken, chicken, who has the chicken STOCK
?" "Why is the price of eggs?" Come in and look them over whether you intend to purchase -

"Has a hen a little Henry?" "Hello. or not. We know it will be a treat to you to see Half Price
Hen-ry, where's your Bill?" "Why
is a hen?" etc. these exquisite pieces ofjewelrytOPEN


Editor Sentinel-Is it not about ,.

time that some kind of a sign was EVENINGS

placed on the window or door of the

postoffice to enable strangers to locate fflC1SOYES( CO..IIDEP r
it, and tell whether they were I

entering the Peoples National Bankor H. EVANS i I .
the postoffice. Two parties walked -L.

right by the postoffice this morningand ,

at the corner asked the writer to ARTMENT STORE

tell them where the postoffice was. I C JEWELER I .

told them the Peoples National Bank

and the postoffice was being run on a Orlando Orange Avenue Florida'' ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACEt

partnership plan, from the sign on
the window.


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I"I"-- LUCERNETODAY- II I'I'F .I I: :!I I\I: [[F'GET 'IT AT' ALLEN'S clCj: ] !

YEE HO KIANGThe I \\Vliat Shall I give ? i

Great Chinese Magician and Illusionist, and his own company of four '; !

people in feats of baffling and mystifying deception. Engagement lasting until I I This is a question often asked and sometimes I
Wednesday night with an entire change of program each and every night. ;
hard to answer, you will be greatly i

"THE TEAR THAT BURNED I helped by coming into our store and t

ill I looking at our big stock of Christmas J I
Two-Part Majestic. I
presents. 1 I


Risks Her Life.

f Coupons given with every admission, good for the Lucerne Theatre Great !i
Automobile Contest.

I Same: Little Prices I i ii

Goods bought now laid away until

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patrols the cold wet street all

!)rlattuin should The power fall the of victim example to is well I

nrtrty : derstood. From babyhood we S .A.llen & CO..,
creatures of imitation. This is IG
-Edited By Miss Eliza Wright !
chief source of education. This
Office telephone No. (179. Residence telephone No. 254 .:true, the crimes of the men ,, I JEWELERS
I up" become the more hateful.To .
WEEKLY SOCIAL CALENDAR following girls, respectively: Beulah '!I come closer home, it is a ENGRAVING REPAIRINGW.
McClure, Lois Ilallie ,
King King assertion that the police force of
Dec. 19th.Saturday. Roxana Irvine, Fannie Tucker, Nina I
lando come nearer doing their
Swearingen, Myrtle Duncan Ruth duty, and doing it honestly, than
3 P.M.-Rapt' .t ladies' bazaar, old McCullough, Fannie Taylor, Jane officer in the city or county-and
postoffice b ilding. Gardner, Ruby Wells Bessie Quigg, is not said with any disrespect Coleman W. R. Rhan
Edith Hoeffler. It was a most clever
I any officer. And yet, compare
, The bridge party given by Mrs. ']production. The school is now closed salary with other officers. a t THERE'S A REASON FOR
Charles Cam bell and Mrs Irwin for a two weeks holiday.W. .
Dunn on Frid ly afternoon was quitea C. T. U. MeetingThe i There are' criticisms of this SUN IPROOF1: a' A [ risTT;
arm of the law constantly. There
social affai r, one hundred guests members of the W. C. T. U.
being entertai ned. There were sixteen 'held an enthusiastic meeting at the a reason for this. Their daily in popularity; day.
are an open book. The public Sold at gaining every
tables ( f bridge, Miss Sarah parlors of the Methodist church yes-
Slemons makir the highest score and terday afternoon. Plans were fully all and does not agree with all. I QUALITY-THAT'S IT
if the books of all officers
winning first pi\ze, and Mrs. Gordon completed for the giving of basketsto I were We also handle a full line of Painters' & Pape
spread before the public they
Wright receivir g the consolation. needy families on Christmas, and Hangers' Supplies. 2000Rolls Wall Pape
afford a topic of much interest 1 .
After the the dinner to be served to unfortu- so >
j ames the other guests I to go at
I we would entirely forget about
came they ringing their sewing,and nate men on Christmas afternoon.The .
were givyf the difficult task of hem- program arranged by Mrs J. B. blue coats.I ORLANDO TP'o PAPER CO !
ming a square piece of cloth with the Magruder, Sr., was most delightful.Miss believe that I travel annually Are:
I much as man in the city, and The Sign of the Sun Phone 261
need! in their left hands, Miss Guilda Sue Magruder gave a charmingsolo any
II:> persett being the most dexterous.The accompanied by 1lisslillie am boastful enough to assert that e4'e" II..c.g.'etl :tltt" "I"'AI"I'I" .
hotel parlors were artistically Smith; 1\liss'Donna Voorhis gave two I study civic questions as closely as H'I
decorated in Christmas colors the refreshments readings in a most unusually enter- average man, and I boldly assert
carrying out the idea, be- taining style; Miss Beulah Rooney I no city, great or small can boast
ing served in tiny red baskets and played several piano selections which as orderly condition of affairs as WILLIAM R. O'NEAL
on lettuce leaves. The young ladies were very much enjoyed; Mrs. Story city of Orlando. To the police .
who assisted the hostesses in servingwere read a paper on "Christian Citizenship and the sheriff we owe largely
Misses Alma DeLaney, Sue Ma- ." Many Northern people visiting 'condition of affairs. If it were Established 1886
gruder, Mayme Thornton, Guilda W. C. T. U. members were pres- 'for the inherited and acquired
Happersctt, and Mrs. James Burden. ent. 'I'ties of the sons of Ham and the i
fenders who wander into our city,
Christmas Concert
would have no use for a police
The juniors and seniors of the Or- LETTERS TO TilE SENTINEL & Q9NEAL
lando high school gave a Christmas (Continued from page 4) With all due respect for other
concert at the school house last night, be secure while we sleep, entitles cials, it is now generally
quite a crowd being in attendance.The them to a better compensation than that a city engineer and a police LOANS
orchestra rendered the opening the police force of America receives.Of are the makers and keepers of a
number. This organization is a credit course some of them are crooks ern city. Shall we then be proud
to the school, and was directed" by and grafters. But in most cases them or treat them as a joke? REAL ESTATE RENTALS
Mr. Stuart Gould. Miss Theresa where this has been proven true, men value of our property and the
Warner gave a reading, this being higher up were responsible for their of our bodies depend largely on
followed by a solo by Miss Helen fall.It we answer this question.Mr. .
Hurlburt. I will be remembered that in New
Next was a recitation by the school York city, the city chamberlain the Wm. A. House, who has
poetess, Miss Elizabeth Yowell. The highest salaried man in the city, was visiting his sister Mrs. W. C. \
entire school gave a song in concert. the chiefest among grafters. In Chi- Lean returned yesterday 5 Rooms Furnished, South Main
Another selection by the orchestra, cago, the greatest political leader to his home in Atlanta. .
and then a monologue, "Reveries ofa and U. S. senator was a grafter anda
Bachelor," Sidney Newell takingthe bank wrecker. In San Francisco,
part of the bachelor, which was the mayor, who for years had been House, South Orlando.
. exceedingly well done. His sweet- the champion of labor, and who had
hearts were the school girl, the college grown fat from the contributions of
t. girl, the debutante, the summer the man who labors with his hands DR. J. C .HOWELL Five Room Houses, South West Orlando.
girl, the boating girl the bathing instead of his mouth in office becamethe Hours, 10.12, 3.5, and by
girl the suffragette, the society girl, boldest grafter the world has No extra charge lor nouse
the Western girl, the actress, the old ever known. Except Night CaIl3.Telep.hone -
fashioned girl the widow, and the Under such circumstances is it connections '
bride, the parts being taken by the strange that the poorly paid man who Office cor. Orange and Central 1111111111 Q II > M. ff9MCMIBII9MttM

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

' I 26 East Pine St. 210 South Orange Ave I
Touring fully equipped
The Pine Street shop will be ready for business ,
absorbers and extra tire set
with Dolive ,
Monday, George in charge of the

f ales department.

Mr. C. H. Wilson from Glens Falls, N. Y. will have :I in perfect condition with

charge of the repair department. Mr. Wilson extra tire set, $450.00.

comes to us highly recommended, and our guar-
. antee goes with all his work. in good condition, $300.00.

|: K {ELL Y S PR I N G f If{ L L& GOODRICH II RES.[ ., overhauled, in good condi- ",..


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SENTINEL mands fine view
II. C. McDaniel,

ANTS Inquire No. 8
I 11-8-tfc

i veniences,
The Morning Sentinel Want Knox.
Directory is the Greatest Want
Ad Medium in Orlando. W.\ C) "

Terms Cash in Advance.
r to New York,

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For Three Days ____________50c only. P. O. Box Royal Cement, Agatite Plaster and Perfection Lime

I For Six Iays _______________75c; -
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For One :Month ____$2.30; / ROOMS --
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and we know the propertywill 25 words or less. If the ad con- NICE, LARGE
bear out the tains more than 25 words the rate adults
name. to only.
will be one cent per word for 10-25-tf HOUSEHOLD ECONOMYOn
each additional word, for each in-

;you can't bring your ad to the ledgers of the Orlando Bank & Trust the records ol
b Orlando home, modern in the office telephone! No. 24. Ac- Company are

f every detail. Large lot, or- counts opened by telephone will bepayable LOOK-City! lot ; many dollars saved by women of Orlando and the vicinity who have learned how

range, grapefruit, guava, the following day. each. W. R. much more economical it is to manage the household finances on the "paybycheck" -
t lemon and banana trees in Business- Chuluota.
Every Home-Ever
full bearing. Handsome cam- EeryIan: has use for a plan.
phor and Magnolia trees. Sentinel Want Ad. IF MONEY IS in household
: Economy is
, ;you, come to II. management daily becoming a more pressing

ROSES IN PROFUSIONIf Bargain Store. necessity. Follow the example of those householders who have found the prac-
fer the
FOB SALE prices. tical solution of the problem of how to make the family income go farthest.An .

you are looking for something FOR SALE-All kinds of tangerines, appreciation further interest on your part will be appreciated.Ve .
t extra choice let us show kumquats, orange and grapefruittrees ; THE WILLOLA
" you this proposition. Readyfor in any quantities. Will trans- Orange avenue, \ pay 4 percent on savings account on Time Certificates Deposit.
plant and guarantee them to live if tiful location
occupancy. 7 minutes desired. Write Alex Oliver, city. Home cooking.
walk to business center. We 1213lwkcFOR Mrs. W. T. ORLANDO BANK & TRUST CO.
t call it one of the show places
r of Orlando and believe LOST
you SALE-15] acres young grape-
will agree with us when you fruit grove, part in bearing; ideal Orlando Florida
f see it. Moderate in price. location; lake frontage. Will sell ata LOST-A tan ,
bargain. Address the owner, Box swers to name J .
341, Orlando. 12-15-6tc please return to

FOR SALE-Ten acres fine orange . . . I..ICI..I..e l.e.. ,4 I telt IIIII.I .II.&I.I' .
II North Orange Avenue land; about 3 acres cleared; 3-4 of LOST-White
PHONE 608 :a mile south of Gill's store and 1-2 pearls.
mile east of Lake Conway, on terminal Hammond &
OPPOSITE SAN JUAN HOTEL of proposed brick road. Ad-
H. BRYANT 43, Orlando. 11-24-1m. rooted orange ;
I DAVIS A GILES. Counsel see II. C. :\

F. A. PEPPERCORN Contractor FOR SALE]-Nice, comfortable home MID-WINTER
for small family; grapefruit, guava ,
and orange trees; six squares of post- NOTICE-I have f
t office. Apply to W. D. West, 510 Wilson & fI
Marion avenue. or Hotel Astor. Orange county I .

I Business Directoryj! 11-18-lmo and the patronage hope to make of OEL T DO. FL

firm.* Their Ideal atm. s.i- _
FOR SALE-Fine shell
paper pecan
known for I
nuts grown by Fogg; & Osteen on any
BUSY MEN.\ their Oak Knoll fruit and pecangroves fruit My experience and as /
at Altamonte Springs Fla. 9-13
saying as their
Fogg & Osteen. 12-18-8t real service to 9

SHOE HOSPITAL trouble. I am
Bouton Brothers, Church FOR SALE One seven passenger, my patrons not ,
and Orange avenue. corner Shoes repaired six cylinder automobile, 1 ;year old, ence, but that of EDUCATIONALEmbracingAgriculture '
first class condition. Don't
while ;you wait. Best rubber heels, answer ers every detail of \
unless interested. Address
40 cents. Best English tan leather. Bargain citrus industry.;
Phone 487. 11-15-lmo care ot Sentinel. 11-14-tf Phone 708.EIGHTEEN. Horticulture, Floriculture, Domesft

Arts and Crafts with exhibits of Stock and
BUYERS AND SELLERSI FOR SALE-Cabbage Plants,Charleston AND ORLNDO'T' Hogs Poultry,
Wakefield, $1.00 per thousand. of land on Lake
and the of South Florida. Polo
products Sports
five old ,
buy, sell rent, and exchange real Frank Phillips, Pine Castle. ;year
estate. Have resided in Orlando Fla., 10-28-tf overlooks dition. Price four$ AreoplansLectures and Entertainments all kinds
over 30 ;years. Have handled over ter in Florida
$20,000,000. Call and see me.
FOR SALE-Fine] cypress fence posts. erty below
10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER. Inquire of Frank Phillips Pine Cas-

f Get the news in the Sentinel first. tle. 9-18-tf TWENTY ACRES, ; ; -For information or premium list, address
hoov.; fine land;
FOR SALE-Forty acres of fine ing trees; good
hammock land in the VVM. R. O'NEAL Sec'y H. H. DICKSON Pres.
; eight grove; crop on trees ,
Christmas and New present crop of oranges will be from fruit; or owner I
750 to 1,000 boxes; 500 trees all told, ducting $2,000 for

Year Holiday one ready and for quarter setting miles-10 acres from Apopka.in lake See for reasons H. C. ) ) : .. .. . . . . . . ; .III' .

L Price 5000. Address W. II., Box Phone 708.
178, Orlando. Fla. 9-23-tf
f Cheap Excursion FaresVia FOR RENT I

the FOR RE Beautiful dwelling with Whereas the holders
of the .. .11e jtSPECIAL
garage; ; elegantly furnished; on terest capital n
Atlantic Coast Line 8-27-tf Lake Lucerne. Jas. A. Knox. the Company Circuit Orlando Court for .1fPffr
for an Order di.<-
Now, therefore
RENT Furnished, two the Hon. James W.
FOR extra
Standard Railroad of the South Court, made and .
large rooms, facing Lake Eola. 215 1914; all parties at
East Robinson. 12-13-6t to appear before the
day of December, 1914
Tickets will be on sale by the At- FOR RENT-Cottage, 6 rooms unfurnished they granted can why said
lantic Coast Line to all points ; just remodelled; all mod- Witness the
South of the Ohio and Potomac and ern conveniences; 10 minutes walk Judge of said Court
East of the Mississipip Rivers, including from postoffice; near Lake Lucerne. Seal.Clerk) Circuit
I ; Washington, Cincinnati, Evansville 108 America street. Address K., care ll-28-4t-aats Xmas Sale of Brass Beds at KINCAID
and Cairo, for all trains Sentinel or phone 573. 12-13-6t Special
December 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22: 23.2-1. Who is your '
2;;, and 31, and January; 1, limited returning FOR RENT-Furnished for light If you are satisfied & SNOWDEN
January 6th; and to many housekeeping; suite of large sunny have; if not,
f. points in the Northwest and Southwest rooms; all modern conveniences. Also \+). 36..
r on December 19th to 24th inclusive two nice bed rooms; private family; ;
i and 29th to 31st, limited returning close in. 312 North Main St. A ;year's
January 18. Also to Key 12-13-1 wk. tinel will be a $20.00 BED SALE PRICE $9.98 .
t West and Havana, Dec. 17, 20, 24
and 27, with limit January 3, 1915. FOR RENT-G room house, with all ent to send your
For further particulars' schedules, modern improvements; furnished; other states.
l reservations, etc., apply to Ticket $150 season 3 months. One cottage; ,
Agents Atlantic Coast Line or address for light housekeeping $30 a month. WE HAVE NOW Finished in either polished brass or satine finish.
r Room and board for couple of tour LIVERY Irish
ists $12 per week. Inquire Cooper free from scab
f J. G. KIRKLAND, D. P. A., & Atha. 12-13-6t*
Drop me a card or
Tampa Florida. We with all cash sales.
s GENERAL CONTRACTING are us will talk make over it to;your give coupons

prepared to furnish bids on all tage. H. C. \
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

.Pill Str t.JEWELER t. FOR Sentinel.RENT-Rooms, with or 12-13-6t without i! Kincaid Snowden t

keeping board;; also several rooms apartments for light; from house-1 C"RIST

to 4 rooms each at very reasonable
prices. Inquire of F. L. Anderson' Low Priced Furniture House.
112 West Church street. Phone 459.
12-6-tf Blare[ fancy

EXPERT W.TCnI.KER: I II Cor. Main and Pine Sts. Orlando, Florida
FOR RENT-even room house; Water -
gas electric lights bath etc.; Serving
make a special of Fine barn, stable: chicken house; lot 100 by
Watch, Clock and Jewelery Repairing I :200 feet. Apply at 735 North Orange May be b
; ; Diamond Setting,Ring avenue. 10-31-tf
and Spectacle Repairing. J I Dr. F. F.
FOR RENT-Suite of two rooms for 210 N. CARRIAGE ThompsonDENTIST
failed Bring to me do,repairs and I others will repair have I light housekeeping; price reasona- GORDON'S :, 'V ff'-7.,
ble. '
Apply; at 502 Osceola street. ,
them satisfactorily or no charge. I 12-17-1 wkc AND- "". _: /A?
My\ prices are reasonable. : 113; S. Orange Ave, over Curtis & I IO'Neal's
FOR RENT-To desirable people i vi
well furnished suite bed room and Phone i DR. L. H. RAMSDELL Store
CHAS. VATER sitting room with private lavatory.Also ; BAGGAGE TRANSFER.: OPTOMETRIST Hours 8.30 a.m. to 5.30 p.m.
single rooms, and a garage: : Wednesday and

JEWELEREast Splendid St. location. Xo.9 E. 11-29-lmc Washington to and you a sample for }' : L. T. HARRELL, Prop. I'I'I ''II'ORLANDO(Successor to- Dr.- G.- F.FLORIDAWE LIku./ Saturdays till 8 11-6-tf p.m

Tine Street at Young's FOR RENT-12 room boarding house. and order. I and Furniture FIT GLASSES GRIND LENSES Eat what you wanL
Repair Shop almost new; 9 good bed rooms, electric j I Sat all you want.
ll-4-d&w-lm lights and bath; $-5 per month MADE IX: | Moving a Specialty AND DO ALL KINDS OFREPAIRING Take a postscript and forget it.
F L. Anderson office 112 W. Church Is' i For sale by all druggistsr'
tt.-eet.: Phone 439.; 1"-G-U E. Church SI. PHONE 48? PrTrr\L i-.f1rR' .. r

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I{he has hit-if he has a good telescope.A [The best we can do is to try not to ture in the open. He learns, too, to
AUSTRIANS AIM TO CRUSH single army surgeon in Valejevohas 'make the same mistake again. In care for himself and for his com- Don't Buy Gimcracks for :

117 men frightfully wounded by I I this way our work will become more rades under any conditions. The

UlTftSERVIA these* range finders. dying on his and more accurate and we will become first aid to the injured treatment is Christmas PresentsVarious I
hands. I more and more reliable. one of the Boy Scout's first accom-

Today I send you extracts from a I Don't get discouraged because people plishments. He soon knows how to
little circular or folder distributed to laugh at :you and ridicule you make fire by friction, how to cook on fancy articles made of plush, celluloid, leather
CARRYING WAR AGAINST the Austro-IIungary troops by their I when you are trying to do right. heated stones, how to find his way in brass or even silver and known to the trade as "Holiday

SERVIANS WITH GREAT officers. The original document is I Every successful man has had the the forest without a compass by the Goods," are made simply for show and have no practical

., SEVERITY before me. I translate from it textu- : same experience; in fact, it seems to moss on the trees. value or utility. In thee days of war and straightened
The folder has of be of the prices we have to While
ally. seven pages one pay there is nothing military finance you ought to spend jour Chaistmas wisely.
They Desire to Exterminate the printed text, and the following head- for success. about the Boy Scout organization, A book nice
great a picture, a musical instrument or talk-
People and Obliterate Little ing: "K. u K. 9 Korpkommando. Instructions Don't get discouraged about anything the youngsters are taught a whole- t
ing machine box of fine
of Conduct Toward the I when you are striving to do some discipline, a tenderness for the a stationery, a hundred copper
Kingdom From the Population of Servia." I your best. weak and a respect for the rights of plate engraved calling cards, fountain pens, supplies for

Earth ;i: They begin thus: I Everything will come out all right others. the writing desk at the office or in the home, these and

Lausanne, Switzerland- Dec. 17.-I "The war leads us into a hostile |1; and you will laugh tomorrow over i Judge Porterfield's experience is many other articles in our stock make Christmas: gilts tl at
inhabited | the cares and worries of today. being duplicated in city in the useful and
The Austrians are carrying on their country, by a population i every prove bring joy comfort the whole year
animated with a fanatic hatred toward I nation, and it is not at all unlikely Do
through. Christmas
warfare against the Servians with a your buying early and buy wiseh.W. .
us; a land where assassinationis THE BOY SCOUTS .\\)) THE that the Boy Scout may solve the
matched in
severity probably not any
considered was proved by the GANGS gangster and gunman problems of
of the other theatres of war, accord- .
the big city.B.1RT01V ,
catastrophe Varajevo-a permissa-
letter received here
ing to a by a
ble act, even by the superior classes, j The Arcade Book and Music Store
woman whose husband is in Serviaas j Judge Edward Porterfield, of the
be celebrated kind of heroism. TO HAVE NEW POST-
as a 1
an observer. From Valjevo he Kansas City juvenile court, urges every -
". writes: "With respect to such a populationall parent in that city to induce his OFFICE

1 Austro-IIunerarv. is waging against humanity and pity of heart are boys to join the Boy Scouts. SO
completely out of place; they are even I Government Asks Data of Growth ETIIINDOING
little Servia a war of exterminationof I "If every boy in the city would
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harmful, because such considerations, $50,000

a people. Everything I see provesit join, he says, "the gangs would dis-
; orders to kill civilians, the burn- sometimes possible in time of war, I i appear, the juvenile court soon wouldbe Building-Fine Record J. E. Nicholson's O. K. Baker

ing of villages, explosive bullets,bom- would here work danger to our own a stranger to the youth and we
troops."I I Bartow, Fla., Dec. 17.-Request has BELICA TESSEX
bardment of open towns, bombard- would rear a generation of men that
ment with grapeshot. I have had order, consequently, that duringthe would not require much police pro- has been made by the assistant post- : COLD POAST k

proofs of all this on the spot by my entire military operation the i tection. I have never had a Boy master general division of salaries BEEF POTATO PORK-SALAD LAMB..J"30

eyes and by documents.I greatest severity, the greatest hard- 1 Scout in my court, and there are and allowances, for data in regard to Sandwiches of all kinds. Lunches put up for autorr.obile par-
have'already described the explo- ness and suspicion be applied to the 1,200 of them in Kansas City." the growth of the Bartow postoffice ties. Come look the Rood things over.

sive bullets, whose cartridge shells entire population. This splendid tribute to an organ- J. K. TRESHER PHONE
bear the double eagle and stamp of 1 "To begin, I will not suffer that any I ization scarcely four years old is a j made within the past ten years, and

the government munitions factory at person whatsoever in possesion of an well merited one. Boys are small what growth may reasonably be expected -

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called "Einschusspatronen," and they found in groups or isolated, shall be enthusiasm must have a vent. the data furnished plans will be made
were unknown before the war. The made prisoner; all such should be executed If there be no other outlet, the gangis for the new government building, to

bullets contain a charge of powder, at once." the result. I cost $50,000vhich: will occupy the THE CHASE & CO

capsule of fulminate, and a pointer The Boy Scout movement is spread- I lot bounded by Summerlin street,
detonator-exactly as for elephant IT WILL COME OUT ALL RIGHT ing rapidly throughout the nation, I! Central and Wilson avenues. The remainder PACKING HOUSE A \ ORLANDOIs

shooting! They are supposed to be and it deserves the encouragement of I of the block, extending from
used to rectify the range; because Don't get discouraged because you every godo man and woman. lI I Summerlin street to Parker street, modern, fully equipped with the best up-to- '
the bullet when striking an object have made a mistake. The Boy Scout is not only provided j has been purchased by the city for its date machinery, and gives the citrus grower the

explodes and makes smoke, which There has never been a human be- with an outlet for his exuberant spir- j II new city hall, contract for which it is PROPER PACKLNG;

permits the shooter to see the point ing who did not make some mistakes. its, but he is taught the love of na I expected will be let early in January. FIRST All IO

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: I We provide the quality of furniture that has I long
been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the
standard of merit. If an article is here it is good.
It wouldn't be here were it otherwise. We can't make
\v. this point too clear-it is one of the foundation stonesof i

al this business, and that means much to any bujer.

UROACIIES \ j Cor. Orange Ate. and Church St., Orlando Ha.

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Our DIamoadsarc fic ":."".'".2 Stones, 1,1915 and guaranteed against any reduction
carefully! scacted.!;; !. \ _y a i iouol/: I that time
dicing :
protected v.heti: bv: :-.:,- cr: :; ,-Ly' our
Gifts bought now laid experience 4 id o::: -c- -r/ty.::;
away = : I EVENINGSr Touring Car $555.00Runabout
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1z I.1 h the bj-era chare from fit t. $" per car (on or abent
I. AoaTnvt 1.1S15) to every retail buyer who purchase a new
{ For ear between August 1, Itlt and August I. IMS.
1 II For further pzrticalar retarding these low price and profit
:Barter plan. ae*

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ROLLINS COLLEGE NEWS and wealth of artistic interpretationthat close contest, as all the Orlando men JUMP IN FRESH EGGS presented to the court involves the Up I* data paLACiBg papering, etc.,

has made her work as head of were formerly varsity stars during constitutionality of the famous Ore- is the kind :you want. Where to get

The annual recital by the membersof the school of expression so successful their college days. The team which Advance of Four Cents Thursday in gon law. On the decision of the court it? That's easy phone 636. W. T.

the faculties of the schools of mu- during the past three years. will meet them will be composed of Prices in Chicago depends the status of laws of several Entrican. 1-20-tf
follows the following Forwards, other states where a similar law ex 1
took last The program rendered ,was as young men: 1I L
ll: sic and expression place on II
Gerald Froemke, Robert Hutchinson; ists. The Oregon law creates an industrial -
evening, and was one of the : Prices of fresh eggs advanced four
Friday The Pompadour's Fan ______CadmanTo center, C. D. Sherman; guards, D. II. welfare commission with the Don't wait for every one in town to
gratifying events ever given in cents a dozen in the Chicago markets the
most have Entrican painter, before
a Vanishing Race Cadman Fordham and George B. Roberts; sub- power to fix minimum wages for women -
the auditorium. Rollins people in the Etude in D Flat ______________Liszt Wednesday, one of the most sensa- you try. Am too busy ta look you
maximum hours of work, and
stitutes Bolton Sanford F.
Phone 636, and I will'be s
on the
past have always been proud of the Mrs. Blackman tional upturns in the market in recent up.
standards maintained by these de- When I Was in Love With You____ Doudney, W.: W. Giddings.On .* other conditions of service. job. I-2?

__________________ Susan II. Dyer Wednesday afternoon a tea and years.Scarcity ____
and of laid
newly was
of the college eggs
partments _____
With Rue My Heart Is Laden sale of sketches and craftsman I
the large audience which gathered __________________ Susan II. Dyer pro- I given as one of the causes for the
ducts held in the art studio. The
despite the cold weather, went away Mr. Pope was advance, and another was that east-1-
(Composer at the piano) articles placed on exhibition by Miss
these standards had made
satisfied that ern buyers unusually heavy The arket
Meditation from Thais_____Massenet Brebner, instructor in fine arts, and
been lived up to in this year's work. Capriccio in C Minor _________Bohm Miss Me iwether, instructor in crafts purchases. !
Each of the performers gave an ad- Zortzico (Spanish danceSarasate) Fresh gathered firsts were quotedat OF CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY
work, of artistic beauty and
were rare
mirable rendition of his or her spe- Miss Dyer 33 to 34 cents wholesale. Storage
The Day of Precious PenaltiesHillliss value, as has always been the case in I' OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
cial number, and the result was a eggs, however, did not follow the ad-
DeaderickDas their department. The work in these FRESH AND SALT MEATS
program of unusual brilliance and Wandern _____________Schubert I i I vance. Dealers expect fresh eggs to !
artistic merit. Wanderer's Nachtlied ______Schubert departments has always ben popular i i i: sell for 42 cents retail and possibly Kept under the best sanitary conditions.

Mrs. Berkeley Blackman opened the Total Eclipse (Samson) _____Handel among the students, and the stand- higher next week. I Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
Mr. Pope ards maintained by the instructors'
with three numbers for the I and pure.
program The basket ball' game between the have been of the high quality char- !j
piano. Her playing was perhaps the of''I BEFORE SUPREME COURT I We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We h.ve
Rollins girls and the Palatka girls acteristic of all the departments
best she has ever done in public dur- The 'I everything in the Meat LJna.U. .
was a most exciting contest. the institution. ,
ing the years in which she has been Washington, Dec. 17.-The fate of
first half closely contested I
was l\LL. Self & Co.
head of this department. Her numbers all laws providing for minimum
throughout, the Palatka team lead- COMMISSIONERS IN ARCADIA
chosen well to afford a variety for women hangs on the argu-
t were wages PHONE NO. 80 PINE
ing 11 to 6 at the period. After the j I STREET
of interpretation, and every ments made before the supreme court
r intermission the Rollins team took a I
shading and change of mood in the Qualify at Recent Meeting and File 'of the United States today. The case I
l brace, and forged steadily and
Their Bonds All New
r music was perfectly interpreted. The raPid-I
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difficulties of technical performance 1I
12 in favor of Rollins. A great im- I-
were mastered in a way which proves i II
, provement was noticeable in the play: I
Mrs. Blackman to have benefited to I Arcadia, Fla.-The DeSoto county ,
the full from her training and experience ing of the young ladies since their commissioners were in session at the I|
first game, and the indications are WHY EXPERIMENT?
; she showed herself thoroughly that further practice will develop the I court house in Arcadia this week. All !
I mistress of her instrument and her commissioners were present, as wellas
team into a strong combination.The I
art. The second number on the pre the commissioners-elect, who were
gram was the singing by Prof. Pope weekly meeting of the Y. ::u.1 before the board to submit their II
of two little songs which were of es- C. A. on Tuesday evening was addressed I bonds for the performance of their I A Box of REAL Good Cigars is What Every Man Wants.
Prof. E. S. Palmer, his
t. pecial interest to all because com- by I duties. All of the bonds were pre- We Have Packed in Attractive Christmas *
posed by Miss Susan II. Dyer, head subject being an account and compar- sented and were approved. Only one

of the department of violin instruc ison of the various Utopian writings |J! commissioner-elect submitted a per- t Boxes Our Famous Brands. .
from the Republic of Plato to The j t bond. The balance I
tion, and for many years past a resi- i sonal surety
dent of Winter Park and a loyal Modern Utopia of II. G. Wells. Prof. I'I were made by surety and guaranty I

friend of the college, to which she Palmer pointed out that the Utopian companies. The new board will be in II 99

has this year returned after completing writings of any age were indicativeof i I session for the first time on the first I -L U-CER v CIECLE;

t her courses in the music school of the best ideals of the age, and Monday in January, 1915. It will be

r Yale University with high honors.Mr. therefore that it was interesting to I composed of Messrs. W. G. Welles of AND

Pope's voice was in excelled compare them and notice how the Arcadia, D. L. Skipper of Zolfo, L.

shape, and he gave to the numbers all ideals had changed and improved. It 'I W. Whitehurst of Wauchula, WilliamM. I
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r his usual sweetness of tune and facility was an interesting and instructivetalk Whitten of Punta Gorda, John Ha- II I =
and was much appreciated by I
t and power of expression. The 'I gan of Pine Level. .
songs themselves were of great sweetness the young men. | All are new members with the exception -

t and beauty, and showed Miss In pursuance of the plan adoptedlast i of Major Welles, who was re- No Experiment When You Buy These Brands; Which are
Dyer to be a composed of great prom- spring of fostering home athletics :. elected from the Arcadia district.

ise; sbe further showed her musical I. the basket ball players are having | However, L. W. Whitehurst and John On Sale at Your Dealers at The Regular Retail

I ability by playing the accompaniments a series of home practice games Hagan have served on the board

on the piano. Miss Dyer then every day, under the coaching of j 3.ears previous and D. L. Skipper i I Prices-No Advance For the Christmas

rendered a triple number upon the i Prof. Blackman. From the squad a j I filled a partial term after Josephi
f Packages. Ask the !Man Who Smokes.
f violin, in which she showed another i I first team and an academy team will i i Crews resigned from the board to accept -i

l side of her musical ability; she com- : be picked, and games will perhaps be the position of county agricultu- I

E manded a sweet and sonorous tone I scheduled with outside teams nearby. j ral demonstrator. The old board is CURRY & SMITH CIGAR COMPANYManufacturers

from her instrument, and played with : The first match game to be played : composed of V. W. Surrency of Bowling -
splendid technique and much artistic will be with a team composed of for- Green, W. G. Welles of Arcadia, of "THE SMOKE OF SATISFACTION"

feeling. Miss Deaderick's number I' mer Rollins players now living in Or- ;.Joseph II. Crews of Zolfo, and J. W.

was characterized by the same polish lando, and is expected to furnish a ,Wingate. -

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"=: left a great supply of things to fill the Boys and Girls stockings---pay Him a visit this


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

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

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Special This Week, Ml Size Irish Mail-Only. $$4.39 II

i Hobby Horses __________$1.50: to $10.00 Campbell Kids _____________23c: to $1.00 Toy Tea Sets ______________25c.: to $3.25: Toy Pianos ---_____________25c.: to $6.00

Velocipedes ______________$3.00 to $6.00 Negro Dolls ______________60c. to $2.25: Toy Table and Chair ______________$1.23: Dump Carts ---___________25c.: and 50c.

Doll Carts ___ ___________25c.: to $;).00 Tango Kid Dolls _________________$1.00 Childs Table and Chair ___$3.50: to $6.00 Teddy Bears, Hogs, Horses, Drums, Guns, +;

Childs WickerRocking Chair $1.33 to $2 Jointed Kid Dolls _25c to $3.50 Doll Beds ____-__ lOc. Tops and ali Kinds of

Uudressed Baby Dolls _-___--1-0 to $7.00 _____ to $15.00 Childs Kitchen ==30c. from ____________-__ ;: .




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

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

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

25 and 50c each. lot of Vases lOc to 53.00 each.



<;;*; Don't miss our display of latest Toys of all kinds in our Toy Windows this A great display Dressed Dolls, Toy Furniture, etc., in our Doll Windows ,

ill week, On Display Today. On Display Today. .

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: Every woman in Orlando and vicinity is offered an opportunity never before equaled. To save i

r ONE HALF on the purchase of a new suit. And the real winter is yet to come. Think how

c deeply this offering concerns you. Every Garment is spich-span new; of the best materials, in

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

f 4 i prices are lower than you've ever been-. quoted. ;'y


Ladies Coat Suits I RO iii F: GARDEN j THEATRE A .Ladies One and Lot Cbildrens of I

Half Price I I Coats at Half Price I '

$10.00 COAT SUITS AT 5.00 $2.50: COATS AT $ 1.25 '
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$12.50 COAT SUIT AT $ 6.25 $3.00 COATS AT $ 1.50 ,
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$15.00 COAT SUITS AT $ 7.50 $1.00 COATS AT $ 2.00
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$18.00 COAT SUITS AT 9.00 $5.00 COATS AT $ 2.50
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$25.00 COAT SUITS AT------12.50 $12.50: COATS AT $ 6.25
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$30.00 COAT SUITS AT ______$15.00 $ld.OO COATS AT ----------.$ 7.50 a 9

______$17.50 Admission FREE
$33.00.COAT SUITS AT $20.00 COATS AT -------.--10.00

$10.00 COAT SUITS AT ---20.00 $25.00 COATS AT $12.50
\ Y''' $:>0.00 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

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} Wool Dress Goods, Clean Sweep Sale \ Wool Dress GoodsClean Sweep Sale

CHIFFON BROAD CLOTH, 54 in. wide LadiesP! Skirts I..AIBSVOOL: CLOAKING, 54 inches
i $1.75 and $2.00 quality -------------$ 1.10 wide, $3.00 quality at ________ ______$ 2.25 -
GABARDINE,48 in.wide in green, blue, A r ,
navy and black, $1.50 quality ________$ 1.00 BEAVER CLOAKING, rG inches wide, ,
CREAM: SERGE, 54 in. wide, $1.50 quaIiHALF PRICE $2.00 Quality ----------------.------ 1.39 _
ty at 98C
CREAM SERGE,56in.:: wide, $1 ::J quality -
'. at 89c $ 5.00 Skirts at $ 2.50 DINE, $1.00 and$1.25 quality-------- 85c

CREAM SERGE, 38 inches wide, 75c. $ 6.00 Skirts at $ 3.00 CAMELS HAIR PLAIDS, 54 inches wide,
quality at ------------------------- 48c. $2.00 quality ____ 5 1.39 '.
S WOOL TAFETA, 42 inches wide S5 cent $ 7.50 Skirts at $ 3.75 -------------------
"- quality -------------------- ------- 69c IMPORTED WOOL CHALLIES,beautiful
WOOL CREPES, 36 inches wide. 75 cent $ 8.00 Skirts at $ 4.00 line of designs to choose from, S 0c. and -
T quality ---------- ---------.----- 48c $ 9.00 Skirts at $ 4.50 60c. qualities at -----------------___ 39c -"-

. \ ci : EXTRA SPECIAL I $10.00 Skirts at $ 5.00 EXTRA SPECIAL

Tweedmouth th Plaids, beau$12.00 Skirts at $ 6.00 One?'lot wool dress! goods
I r tiful colorings, 30c quality I $ 15.00 Skirts at $ 7.50 worth $1.00 and $1.25 at
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Bishop :Mann departed last night
for Dade City and other points in ..

I western Florida. lie will not return

until the first of next week.

'be) BANK of I
1 r t 1 We've got the men, and the money,

too; but, by jingo, we prefer using 1 j
I both in other and more profitable I
II I ways than fighting.

Hiss ::\1)'rtIehIler, of Palm Beach,
is visiting her sister, Mrs. :Merle: I -

Rolfe, who has rooms at Mrs. J. H. (
Different From Many i iI Fullers 307 East Pine street.

: way to spend money yet koop it!
Allison Palmer, who has been at- <.

Presents tending college in Alexandria, Va.,
I '. .. : COLD P iiC .'S .
I will arrive tomororw to spend the I ':-. -. I : :, : .,
I holidays with his mother :Mrs.: F. D. $2.30 to $20 in an attractive

plush lined Lox.CURRRWCY .
Unlike most things for Christmas, a I I
Mr. and :Mrs.: G. X. Cherry and I : 1
Bank Account with the State Bank of daughter :Miss: Sallie, of Hillsdale, y/itli I ..
I engraved picture on same
Orlando increases in value instead of de- Kas., are among the new comers in '
Orlando. They expect to be here all neatly framed], or Santa Claus

creasing. winter. handing i it to the one opening the '

This is a wise gift for father, mother, FclJ,r.
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Strong, of :Memphis : 1.
daughter or son. Tenn., have arrived in Orlandoto CHECKS; :

Four Per Cent Paid on Savings Accounts. spend the winter and are guestsof In Xmas colors, in an any denomination -
:Mr.: and Mrs. G. P. Featherston, I
in Orlando Jacksonville
Lake den.
at their home, on Hoi
I or i 1. Y. Exchange. An excellent: .

:Mrs. F. L. Nimmicht and Edward
son ; to for ]
:; way open an account any
arrived in Orlando jesterdayafternoon
INTEREST PAD DEPOSITS from Washington Ind., to friend or member of the family. j 1 ;;

4 spend the winter with :Mr.: and Mrs.A. :SANK: 1 '

A. Gould, 206 Liberty street. '-: : .., in holly covered box, vltlBook- .
Any one with spare clothing or Raymond Fuller returned yesterdayfrom .' let on Savings. '
shoes for girls and boys can aid in DeLand where he has been at-I u ,. .
1t is ] t
i a pleasure to serve : : '
: .
I relieving several needy cases by leav- tending school to spend his :a.F ..
The earlier the purchase the larger ing same at Model Cafe. of three weeks with his parents Mr.1'

the assortment. and Mrs. J. 11. Fuller, 307 East Pine
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Cranberries, 10 cents a quart; celery street. ,-

, 25 lbs. sugar for $1.00. Dave lOc. a bunch; nuts, 25 cents a ,

: Caruthers' Cash Grocery, 7 East pound. Dave Caruthers' Cash Gro- TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY I

Church. 12-19-2t cery, 7 East Church. 12-19-2t WANTED-Lady stenographer with to.F I :! [, ,: t \ r.T

Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Brice, of Eus- The chicken supper which was to some knowledge of bookkeeping. i .
tis, are among the winter visitors to have been given at the Conway school I' Telephone 56. 12-1'J-Stc : ii : : .
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Orlando. I house this evening, has been post- I ( : : : ';:: ': k ..: : ...,
poned until after Christmas.Mr. SEE HERE!-Xew Christmas line of ... -
Kodaks received. Some beauts. The
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Before having "life
pictures see I
I Lest gifts. Howard's Studio. 174tBig
motion pictures" at Evans', 100 North :: and :Mrs. William Murphy, of I -

Main. 11-25-tf I Tuxedo, Ohio, are among the new crowd
I crowd big goes by poor
comers in Orlando from the Buckeye [I Mrs. Brigham's, for she is so busy I
Mr. and :Mrs.: B. L. Griffin, of state. They are much pleased with taking care of the Belgians that she Practical Xmas Suggestions
i has no time to sell her pretty ChristI -
Ocoee in Orlando
spent yesterday on this part of the world and may decideto
I mas cards and gifts. Please do comeI
a shopping expedition.Great invest in Orange county realty. I I in, 22 West Church street. 12-19-tf
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Deep cut in prices. Dave Caruthers' I either of my bird dogs; none bet-
L Cash Grocery, 7 East Church. 19-2t 1 I i ter; need only one. II. McDamel.:: Manicure Sets Toilet Sets

FOR SALE 12-19-3tc Combs BrushesMilitary
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Waters and j Mirrors Sets
son, of Philadelphia are among the : cheap, at 208 East Robinson ave- Stationery Safety Razors
visitors to Orlando. I II nue. 12-19-61 Perfume Eastman Kodaks
I Vanity Boxes Travelers CasesVaterman's

Miss Edna Goodrich, of Greenwich, I I FOR SALE-Frying chickens; live, \ Fountain Pens Cigars
Conn., is in Orlando for an indefinite 2300 acres of unimproved 20c. per lb.; dressed, 23c. per lb. Infant Sets PipesIIuylers

sojourn. land fine John Saults, 601 Amelia avenue. Also Page & Shaw Candies Card Cases
pine two furnished rooms for light house-
Face Bags Toilet Water
Miss Mary Newman, of Sycaway, truck and fruit land, big !l.eeping. 12-19-3t
J N. Y., has arrived in Orlando on a portion of it has clay FOR SALE-Nice fat Georgia raised No War Prices on ANY of Our GoodsMcUroy's
visit to friends. turkeys, chickens, eggs, new Georgia -
and marl sub'soil. Situ-
can syrup, and country produce; --- -. .
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have lot of hand --- -- -- --
road a large turkeys on
[ Fruit cake only 30 cents a pound uate on County for Christmas orders. W. E. Parnell,

i at Dave Caruthers' Cash Grocery 7 within seven miles of 217 Boone street. 12-19-3t
East Church. 19-2t
Orlando. FOR RENT-New unfurnished four

r Mr. Seymour Lockwood arrived in 54.40 an acre will buy east room Orlando.cottage Write on pretty 5- Kendrick lake in PharmacyAgents .

r Orlando yesterday from Pennsylvania this tract and the propo- Guernsey, city. 12-19-lwkc
i and expects to remain until ,
1 spring. sition is a 'cinch" ly furnished with all conveniences Phone 20
k, -. small investment. This ,
I for light housekeeping, including port-
[ Dr. J. A.
Thackston of
price is for quick sale. able lamps and kitchen cabinet; by
"state high school inspector," was : month or season. 301 East Living I --- -
; among the prominent Floridians visiting If you want this land ston. 12-19-6t ;

. Orlando yesterday. I

:Messrs.: Gilbert Lee and C. E. Maguire i I I

who have been attending the Saturday, three to nine p. m., at :

University of Florida at Gainesville, the old postoffice room, in charge ofa c j

returned home yesterday to spend the I circle of Ladies' Aid Society, Bap- =
S. G. Dolive & Son -
holidays. tist church. Now is the time to buy hAFtEYDS iDSD1V it / .\

-- jour Christmas candy and cake.

A recent issue of the Troy, N. y- ,,1 REAL ESTATENo. : 12-18-2tc
Times, says: :Mr.: and Mrs. Fred i

Landau have gone to Orlando, Fla., 3 WEST PINE STREET NOTICE

for the winter, where :Mr.: Landau I Of Application for Tax Deed Under Section 8
will play in the orchestra at one of Second Floor of Chapter 4t>8, Laws of Florida

toe hotels at that resort. Notice. is hereby given that J.V.. Jackson
of Orlando Kla. purchaser of tax certificateNo.
1304. dated the 3rd day of June A. D.
1901. has filed said certificate in my office.
and has made application for tax deed to
HAVE YOU SHIPPED THAT BOX OF FRUIT BACK issue in accordance with law. Said certificate
embraces the following described property .
situated in Orange county, Florida to-wit:
Let us do it for j ou. Begin at northeast corner of southeast quarter
of southeast quarter of northwest quarter
Miniature Orange box for $1.00 prepaid. section 35. township 22 south range 29 east
10 lb. run south 52 1-4 feet west,209 feet north
package for $1.35 prepaid; 20 lb. package for $2.00 52 1-4 feet east 209 feet. The said land being .
prepaid. assessed at the date of the issuance of suchcertificate '. 1915 HARLEY-DAVIDSON-II Horsepower.,3-peed Sliding Gear Transmission Automatic | ;
in name of Matilda Burhzh.
Unless said certificate shall be redeemed + Mechanical Oil Pump. Step-Starter and 66 Refinements, $275.00.
according to law, tax df'E'dill issue thereonon
Wright Seed CompanyPhone the 20th day of January, A. D. 1915.
Witness my official signature and seal this 129 Orange A.enue
the 19th day of December. A. D. 1914 W. WHITNEY WRIGHT
179 206 So. (Seal.) B. M. ROBINSON Orlando, Fla.
Orange Ae.
Clerk Circuit Court Orange County, Fla.
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Our floors are overflowing with most lasting and appropriate Christmas Gifts for mother, wife, sister or daughter, father,

husband, brother and son. "

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

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

now, we will deliver it Christmas Eve

Oscar Ha.nd & Son \A/ Pine Street


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