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 20, 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: UF00079945:00215
 Related Items
Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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Fifteen Seriously Injured in R Many Pupils by Their Efforts
Crash Near Carters>"ille, R Np1 KEEP TH ESE FR { Deserve Honorable Mention

EGYPT HAS AJEAL SULTAN Ga.,South When Bound 93 Was I I4I I ''! NEW PRESEN1Many Vl iR-.. 7 Cc CcrtlNr i.i.EGE IeEFO1K t3 HcMt cY5 Because Grades of High CITY MAY HAVE TO REFUND

Vienna Report Says Enemy Has Cartersville, Ga., Dec. 19.Two DRCPPIN6 IN cF rCGS After three months of strenuous labor Petition Objects to Payment furPa"ing

trainmen were killed and 55 others NEW Pu6NCGWE the pupils of St. Joseph's Academy -
Intersection of the
Been RoutedHungariansTook injured 15 seriously today when ME BUILDINGS
GEEI DON'T CARE left yesterday rejoicing jn the
26,000 Prisoners; train No. 93 on the Nashville, Chat- TtiE RESTT tTE "'1 Streets-Other Coun- .
knowledge of two weeks' freedom
tanooga & St. Louis railway (South
Pursue Russians cil News
flip'9i ELSE !
Atlantic Limited) south bound, was from books nothing to do but enjoy

wrecked here.TROOPS Christmas .
Rome Dec. 19.-King Victor today i holidays.The What promises to be a serious
0gLRNDO v aqylt, indeed have worked
issued a decree authorizing a national pupils question and which may result in the
TO WEAR TROUSERS ic CpUHTYr since the of the
loan of 1,000,000,000 francs (approximately os refunding of money to property owners -

$200,000,000)), and the term, as is asserted by the teachers, came to the attention of the city
France Places Big Order for Trousers and their
as own monthly reports
promulgation of this decree marks PAVINElrOtr council in its meeting yesterday morn-
With Firm confirm. the week those
the culmination of a fight for funds I During past ing when J. F. Schuman presented"petition a
students who had not marksin
to carry out the program of military perfect objecting to the assessmentsfor
I Chicago Dec. 19.-Forty-eight thou- their different studies had to
undergo -
preparation for which the "warparty" paving of the intersection of the
sand pairs of trousers, costing $72- a written review. The follow-
in Italy been striving. | atT1aC siTCHRISTMAS \i4 street.
With the floating of this loan Italy j 000, were ordered here today by buy- / ing pupils deserve honorable mention: The petition which Mr. Schuman
for the French The Tenth GradelissIabel Lund-
ers government.
will be confronted by no financial obI! I presented was signed by several
j contract is arush order. The trousersare gren, average 99 per cent.; :Miss Ma-
stacle if it elects to enter the war. property owners and asked that tie
of the ordinary workingman'stype rie Barksdale, average 95; ; :Miss: Feme council take the objection of property

i for use of the sappers and min- Gross 94 :Miss: Isabel Roo-
HAS average ;
Sultan of Egypt | oR4RN0o s/::: oYA b owners paying for the street intersections -
ers of the French army. gNx AIDED-witt{ RpCR ney, average 87.
Cairo Dec. 19.-Prince Hussein k paving under serious consider*
l .surFfl\
The British government is prepar- OOSt 61 + Ninth Grade :Master: Edwin Mc-
Kemal was formally installed as sul- { tion. The motion was referred to

tan of Egypt today with elaborate i ing estimates for 6,500 motor trucks -- Dowell, average 94 1-2 per cent. Councilman Johnson with the powerto

ceremonies. according to information received by Eighth Grade-:Miss: Clara Bloss,
< counsel will be sought
act. Legal
!I Chicago manufacturers. This order POPULAR SCHOOL CLOSES !SAN JUAN CHANGES PLAN i average 98 1-2 per cent.; Miss Margaret immediately by Mr. Johnson. .

Galicia Clear of Enemy it was estimated, would amount to i j I Cavanaugh average 98; Miss Mr. Genung a property owner on
$10,000,000 as the trucks probably f Henrietta Rock 96 1-2 :Miss
average ;
Berlin via wireless to London, Dec. 1----1 I Colonial Drive appeared before tre
will average about $1,500 each. Ethel Fisher 92 Master
19.-Vienna state that the average ;
reports on Cathedral Students De- council relative to water and lignt
battle field of Limanowa the I Fred Frey, average 98; :Master: Dewey
enemy service, and asked the cooperationof
for Their TuesdayHas
YEE IK KIANG MYSTIFIES LUCERNE parted Yesterday pean S-stem-Opens Hand, 93 1-2.
was completely routed. Western Ga- i the council as the Orlando Water
PATRONS Homes to Spend Been Thor- In the seventh grade Misses Antoinette
licia is now clear of hostile forces. ': I and Light company is said to have informed -
I I Vacation oughly Remodeled o Mayer and Mary Hand. In
him that they could not gi'iethe
Petrograd Optimistic Yee Ho Kiang, China's greatest the sixth grade Misses Mamie Net-
service he paid for the
except extension -
Petrograd Dec. 19.-The following magician, will present a complete I Among those leaving the Cathedral The San Juan hotel will be opened tles, Rose Kanner and Master Roland
of the company's lines. Tie
official statement was issued tonight: change of program on Monday nightat school for the holidays yesterdaywere Tuesday on the European plan. Club Bloss. In the fifth grade Agnes :Murphy : matter referred
I was to
"There is no change on the left the Lucerne theatre featuring his : Misse Frances Bosanquet, breakfast will be served from 7 to Laura Robinson, Stanley Goes- Robertson. Councilman

bank of the Vistula. The enemy'sattempts own creation, the spectacular illusion 10:30 o'clock; luncheon from 11 to wine, Carlton Slade and Stella Brad-
Fruitland Park; :Marian: Roper, Little I Councilman Johnson urged that the
to cross the right bank of entittled "Noah's Ark with a large i 2:30 o'clock and a table d'hote dinner ley. In the fourth grade Uadeek
collection of real live animals.Mr. I River; Evelyn Spencer, :Miami: ; Ruby I speeding of automobiles and automp-
the Vistula at Dobrzhyn were repelled from 5:30 to 8 o'clock. A quick lunch Rizk Fred Rizk, Aaron Kanner and

by our artillery fire. The Russians Kiang presented a very clever and Ethel Shiver and Dorothy Dan-i room has been provided which will be Louise :McDowell.: In the third grade bile trucks the be stopped laid as it was dal i-

have repelled several German attacks performance at the Lucerne last iels, Cocoa; Gretchen Hodgson," Eau I open from 6 a. m. to midnight. Dur- Eugene Slade, Walker Smith and aging newly brick. Lucerne

in other regions. night, and his work was greatly appreciated Gallie; lone Neal, New Smyrna; Louise ing the past summer the hotel has i Bessie White. In the second grade The paving assesments on
"There is fighting in western Gali- by the large audience. His Curtis, Titusville; Jewel Dinkle, : been thoroughly overhauled and ren- Dorris Dean, Lawrence Bisbee, Belva Circle were certified. The asses

cia on the left bank of the river illusion "Etheria," in which a young I Longwood; Katherine Reaves and I ovated. It is now one of the best j Spafford and Marjorie Soderland. In ments amount to about $5,000.A i

Dunsjic. On the night of December lady vanishes, was highly applauded. Jane Green, Tampa and Julia Yates, equipped hotels in the Southland j the first grade A, Winona George representative from the Jackson-
ville Times-Union
18 the Russians took 1,000 prisoners.|I I I Sarasota. There is little doubt that Beginning January after theatre i Frederick Lewter, Vironico Berke appeared beforethe

Many of the Przemysl garrison attempted NOTICE BOARD OF TRADE I the young ladies will have a delightful supper will be inaugurated and the I Virginia Dean and Margaret Bisbee.In council with a proposition to ad-
vertise Orlando which unanimously
to escape in the direction of MEMBERSThis visit at their homes and that they dining room will be open until 11:30 the first grade B, Clarence :Martin : was

Birch where the Russians are fight-' I will return ready for work. p.m. I Adail Rizk and William Cava- rejected.

is a busy season but the '
ing under favorable conditions. naugh. UP'
Board of Trade will meet :Monday: I The little tots of the SUPPLY TRAIN BLOWN j

Many Prisoners Captured meeting.night, December All members 21, in requested mid-month to FRANK WIOOTAppeal HANG i TO DELIVER AN ADDRESS! too numerous' to be mentioned, Amsterdam, via London, Dec. 19. :

Austrop Dec. 19.-The Hungarianstook they are always good. 1
twenty-six thousand prisonersand attend. Time, 7:30. I I --- I According to the Budapest newspa- _J

Seth Woodruff to Court Will : per Pesti Naplo, an armored train a large quantity of war material president.C. Supreme W. W. Yothers Left Yesterdayfor COUNTY COMMISSIONERS WILL
route from Lemberg to the Carpa
and are continuing to pursue the enemy E. Howard secretray. Stay Sentence Set for Jan. Washington, Where He MEET WEDNESDAYThe j
4 thians with ammunition and food has
with viciousness. --- 22 Denies i
-Judge Will Address Entomo-
:: been blown up.
boad of commissionerswill
Petition logical SocietyW. county -
Germans Need Space meet Wednesday morning at 10
The route mentioned by the 4- !
Paris, Dec. .-The German attacksall Montgomery, Dec. 19.Three o'clock and will hold another sessionin
fires Atlanta, Ga., Dec. 19.-Judge Newman W. Yothers will leave tonight patch "Lemberg to the Carpathians. j
happening practically at the
along the battle front in Belgium regard to the hard surfaced high-
same time caused a loss approximating in the federal court today denieda Washington, D. C., to consult with makes it appear that the supply train
today in an effort to regain the lost way bonds, soon to be issued. Every
$200,000 in Montgomery this af petition for Frank, convicted the chief of the bureau of entomology I blown up was sent by the Russians .
ground taken from them by the alliesin possible act is being taken by the
ternoon. derer of Mary Phagan, for a mur-I who have held Lemberg for some i
the past few days was successfullymet regarding the work on citrus insects. commisioners to hasten the work.
habeas corpus. Judge Newman I time. The reports, if true, would indicate 1
and the Germans repulsed, according He will also go to Philadelphia to attend -
the attorneys the right to appeal to that a line of Russian communication -

the French to a war midnight office.In statement at WILL SELL WAR STAMPS the supreme court of the United I the American Association of I FROM I with their forces operatingin

States on the denial of the petition.By '' Economic Entomologists, and will CONNECTICUT the Carpathians had been successfully -
the region of Steenstraete, South o I'
this means Frank will not hangon attacked. j
Lombarty, near Nieuport the Ger- read a paper before this scientific so-

mans attacked the allies in an effort Postmaster :McLean, for Convenience January 22, as planned, for the ciety on "A Spraying Scheme for the Mr. and Mrs. Bradley Motor to .
appeal to the supreme court auto- I Swiss Feel Safe I !
to secure elbow room where they of Public, Will Control of Insect Pests on Citrus Orlando Without Mishap
matically acts as a stay fo the sen- I j Trees in Florida." A copy of this interesting Geneva, Switzerland via London, j
might escape from the British naval Handle War Tax
tence. -Apartments on Dec. 19.-With the winter snows in
I and instructive treatise
guns but they were forced to fall may
RidgewoodMr. full possesion of the border distric,
back. The allies' positions at this I be secured in January following its
WALTER JOHNSON SIGNS publication. Switzerland begins to feel her frontiers '
point are now secure. local postoffice will handle the ( and Mrs. H. E. Bradley arrivedin are safe from violation until 1 1
Further to the north and along the Kansas City, Dec. .-Walter
war tax stamps, according to infor-
sea coast of Belgium scouting par- Johnson, star pitcher of the American THE WEATHER Orlando Thursday in their large spring.
mation II
given out yesterday. Post-
Orders have been issued
ties have penetrated to within five League, today signed a three years touring car, making the trip all the already ,
master :McLean: stated that he had for the demobilization of three
miles of Ostend without encounteringthe contract with the Washington Amer- Florida: Local rains Sunday and way from Bridgeport, Conn. They ;
not qualified for .
as agent the inter- of the frontier guard and J
enemy. Around Korieken Inn, ican League club. Monday, except fair in south portion. diV1'Sions
nal report having a delightful time
department, but would com- eral more divisions will be jo j
I south of Dixmude and mile of
a east --- --
purchase on his own account and dispose ing to Florida, with no mishap en their homes before the new year,

been the canal claimed, noticeable by the war progress office. Here has the Orlando of the stamps to.the patrons of Gold Watch and Steel Shears route. They will remain here all win- leaving only a small guard on picket J

postoffice.The t
ter and have pleasant apartments at duty along the boundary.
serious fighting has been in progress'for
two days, the in instances handling of the stamps entails Found Under 211 Ridgewood avenue.
troops many considerable more work and is done Steps By WicoffYesterday
forced to fight in water waist' without
any compensation for the Crowds i
Big at Curtis & O'Neal's.They
the inundation
to of
deep owing the local officials
who are doing it mere always have just what is need Appearance of Ship Ten Days Past
country. j ly for the convenience of the general afternoon while engaged ]}[men of the tramp type, but fairly
ed for that
Christmas present. Watchour Due Relieves Anxiety
South of Ypres the British are still public. in making repairs on the W. O. well' dressed, made a rendezvous of t

advancing making good their gains I the spreading oaks about three hun- windows you will see it. J JI

of the past week. British troops have Swearingen house on Columbia street, dred yards to the west near the rail- I Philadelphia, Dec. 19.-The Dutch ;

lost some of the trenches captured NO WARSHIP TO PANAMA'Secretary Mr. P. B. Wicoff reached under the road tracks, and nightly gathered steamer Helena ten days overdue 1

yesterday near Neuve Chappelle, but front steps to remove some old brick around the camp fire where they CHARMED WITH ORLANDO from Rotterdam passed in the Delaware 1 I

this gain for the Germans was offset'by and in so doing got hold of a small cooked their meals and the heavy cape early today. The Helena

successful action of the Indian j 0 Daniels Announced I tightly wrapped package. On un- foliage of the closely standing oaks left Rotterdam November 19, and I
Party of Six From Michigan some anxiety was felt as to her safe-
which assailed the German i wrapping it found j
corps poi He Had Given was to contain a made a canopy under which they slept
sitnons at Richebourg and Lavoue I Up Plan of large pair of steel shears; a second quite protected from the night air. Motor to Orlando-Will ty. The captain made no report in

forcing the enemy back several hun-I Sending Vessel to Col. reach found the second package tightly Here they lived quite contented un- Return After Southern passing the maritime signal stationat

dred metres and Goethals I and the capes, and it is believed the
carefully in
capturing prisoners wrapped tissue til the police force began gatheringin Tour

and occupying several lines of the j paper. On unwrapping about a doz- the vagrants when of a sudden the ship was delayed by heavy weather i

German trenches. Washington, Dec. 19.-The follow- en of these tissue papers he found a camp was deserted. Hence the sup- Mr. Henry Knox, of Jackson :Mich.: j
I ing assurances were received from gold watch the inside. CARD OF THANKS 1
I on position is that these young men and a party of six gentlemen from .J

SOCIETY SHOCKEDNew I'Ambassador Sir Cecil SpringRicethat How these packages got there is were carrying on a general business that city are seeing Florida by auto. ---- J

the British government desires I not quite clear. The house has been in the line of pilfering and stealing They were charmed with Orlando. We desire to express our sincerest j

York Dec. 19.-Mrs. Elsie !; to conform to the Wilson neutrality I vacant for about six weeks, and the hiding their goods until they could The brick streets and pretty shade thanks to the many friends who as-
Wheelan, divorced wife of Robert : proclamation in Panama.
i only explanation seems to be that the make a safe get away with their plun- trees, elegant' homes lakes, etc., espe- sisted us during the sickness ant
Goelet who gave society a decided I! Secretary of the Navy Daniels today j I articles were stolen and placed there cially struck their fancy and they are sympathized with us in our bereave- I

shock last spring, was married today j'!: announced he had abandoned the I until such time as it was safe to bring der.Mr.. Wicoff has the articles and coming back this wa." after a visit to meet over the death of our beloved i

to Henry Ciews, Jr., artist son of' :plan of sending a warship to those J them forth. wife and mother. !
J I says that the owners can have the points of interest in the southern

::01 j I1Eouy Ciews. the banker. waters as requested by Cot. Goethals. Late in the fall a quartet of young I same by proving property. J:part of the state. J. L EMPIE and family. I

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CZAR A CHANGED MAN Up t, date pauting, papering, etc.,! NOTICE I II I

STFS SIFS QSTFS,STF ;STFS STF f STFSw Since the Opening of the War Czarof is it?the That's kind you easy want., phone Where 636. to W.get T. !!i i cense October All taxes automobile 1st. have This been and is to occupation overdue notify all since delinquents Iii -- I I' Fin I Ice Crea r m

All the Russias Has Become Entrican. 1-20-tf to pay said license tax on
Very Democratic or before December 25th; that those
XMAS PRESENTSPullman Don't wait for every one In town to, remaining delinquent at that time I
: will be informed in the criminal AND ICESTelephone
Petrograd, Dec. 19.-The war has have Entrican the painter before I against -I .
you try. Am too busy to look you I court of record.
made the Czar a changed man. In- ,
Li' L up. Phone 636, and I will be on the -
stead of the invisible aristocrat, con- job. 1-20-tf Sheriff of Orange County.
cealed from his people behind great 12-15 to 12-25c
Aprons.JJ palace walls, enormous parks, and I have about two dozen BOYS
files of imperial guards, protectedwith SUITS of the better quality, that I Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand's
: infinite from the assassin, want to close out, and will make the
Tourist Traveling Cases. care Coal Yard, phone 566. 9-31-tf
prices extremely low. F. N. Board-
he has become almost a democraticruler.
man. 12-16&18 York Ice Cream
Sets. ,
L: L: Everywhere he appears among his TEX ACRES overlooking Orlando; My SpecialyPhiladelphia
people and among his soldiers, returning all cleared; fine land; good home SOMETHING NICE!
Parisian Ivory Sets. their greetings, blessing them site. $2,000. H. McDaniel.. Phone i and Fancy Creams

and encouraging them. Discretion is 708. to OrderWHOLESALE
4 Ice Hot Vacuum Bottles. thrown to the winds. Several times Appointments for residence workin Two Beautiful Boiling LoIs AND RETAIL

; he has penetrated himself to the manicuring, shampooing, facial On South Orange Avenue,
i Parker Fountain Pens, battle fields of Poland and would have and scalp massage, chiropody. made Neopolitan in Stock
by 'phoning Orland. Only professional near Lake Lucerne, splendid -
himself to the of
H exposed shrapnel services rendered. 12-18-4t* I view of the lake, only
IcJI Playing Cards in Cases. the Prussians had not his entourage
rendered this impossible.His I 2 1-2 blocks from business
skillfully The want ad.'s the 'thing, for ,
Perfumes and Toilet Waters. dress is simple and he is often you center, nice big shade trees
and for th? other fellow also. C. H Hoefler
L.. L.I : seen in peasant garb-that is, a suit I I shrubbery, &c., adjourning
Xmas Cigars in Xmas Boxes. !i) of some fine material cut in peasant PHONE 616 i I lots to one of the best residences
blouse style, a manly looking costume I Residence
I!] AUTO FOR HIRE in city.-For sale by I 205 Liberty St.
of which the true Russian is I
w lLJI very proud. FIRST CLASS REPAIRING WALTER W. ROSE Corner IFariposa

(, nEE More: remarkable still, the queen, BARNARD & SON REAL ESTATE FACTORY AROUND TilE CORNER
always before the most exclusive ofroyalty 17 Hughey Street Orlando, Fla. Rooms I A 3 Watkins Block
has gone among her people, 12-10-1m Phone 555 PRICES RE.tlS0S.:1BLE
visiting the sick and wounded. The
? P PHAflMAY Y -
Russians scarcely knew her before. r
There is in all this ostensible activity -
a little more than the desireto j
arouse and encourage the fighting
nation. There is more, for instance,
than inspired the visit of King Georgeto
('L "A his troops in Flanders. This extra
element is anxiety, al ively fear, and
dl r ''
not of German howitzers. The victories XmasSuggestionsAre
61 and 95 : have their
,sz of Russian arms
sweetness mixed with bitterness for

OOLL the Czar and his family. --. ___.m._ m. ... .
Why? The reason is none other

it 5TEslu: STESII[ 5.TESJISTF..s1!STESliSTF..sU STF..sI:[STIS14WRiSDTfiE than the majestic figure of the Grand

Duke Nicholas Nicholaievitch, the You S. P. U. G ?
commander in chief of the Muscovite a
forces. The Czar has long sufferedby
physical comparison with his sol
dier cousin-now he suffers in a more
serious way. Did you ever think of going to the
If ever there were a king in looksit

is Nicholas Nicholaievitch. He is GAS OFFICE to look for Xmas
ful Isix feet six inches in his stockings presents -

lean but graceful, with a head
in which the keenest intelligence is ?
combined with vast dignity and force.
When hei s with the Czar the lat
formosteyerythinjEasy ter.by comparison is weak and insignificant -
Perhaps never have but
you we
looking, a coddled mon- ,
arch. In secret the Czar's subjectsare
F ._ use. ont slow to speak of this and want you to see what we have this year. "
Easy to buy. many avow history of the past twen-
ty-five; ;years would have been far II

M Small cans. his different cousin's if this place tall, that Mars: the had humilia-been in We carry only the latest and best

16 Colors and tion of the defeat by Japan would Gas Appliances in the market.
have been spared the proud Russians. :

Wears well. GERMANY'S GOLD INCREASED Present which will be appreciated.

Peasants, Urged by Clergy, Exchange
Looks well. Hoards of Precious Metal
for Notes

What more Berne, via Paris, Dec. 18.-The increase -
... '" in the Imperial Bank of Germany's ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO. .
can ask?
d you gold stock from $313,250,000since
r "". Ii the beginning of the war to
$437,750,000, shown in the last reportof GAS DEPARTMENT
the bank, is explained in German
newspapers as being due to repres-
sive measures of the government J
Jos. Bumby Hardware Co., against trading in gold as a commid-

ity at a premium, and by the contin-

ORL-AJSTDO. uous urging, especially among the
peasants, to induce them in the national -

hoards In this interest in exchange the clergy to give for, German up notes.their news-gold Tll Florida a Real E mt & Inv tm nt Co.

1" " ' papers say, have been especially help
ful. German officers and privatesalso

; REAL ESTATE gold are pocket said money to have with given which up they the Capital $50,000. Fully Paid Up.

started for the front.
Incorporated In Florida; Therefore Under State Control


He Can Prove Intendedto
We buy d sell all classes and kinds of Real Estate.If Says Germany
Annex SwitzerlandParis

you want to buy or sell the earth it will pay you to call lifE extend a cordially invitation to Investors and
Dec. 18.-As proof that Ger- ,.
and talk your wishes over with us. many made plans to annex Switzer- call office learn
land, the Matin prints photographsof y|fy T Property-Holders to at our to

The manager of this firm has had years of exper- German ten and twenty pfennig the most progressive and conservative methods.To .
which printed in
across are
ience dealing in Florida investments, having sold over a stamps
black letters "Schweiz, ten centimes"and protect your interests this Company aside otfhei

million dollars worth of Florida Real Estate in the last "Schweiz, twenty-five centimes."
The editor claims he has stamps of financial strength, give Bank Guarantee whenever our
two this kind in his possesion.
clients demand it. Enquiries by mail promptly an
We are well posted on the value of all classes and KAISER IMPROVING
kinds of Florida property. We want listed with us all
Expects to Return to Battle Line in

bargains in Real Estate, and we want customers for Real West in Few Days-Had HENRY BENEDICT, President
the Grippe
Estate Bargains. I.
Berlin, Dec. .-The Kaiser's Phone 570
Office over Peoples National Bank.
health is not causing any alarm in
Berlin. He caught the grippe in Poland -
but it is learned from a confi-
WARING REAL ESTATE COMPANY dential source that he has sufficiently
: improved and expects to return to the
I west front in two or three days.

R. D. WARING, Manager Champ Clark, than whom there is

Rooms and 6 Watkins Block Phone No. 6311115ti : no stancher peace advocate, handed a SentinelVant\ Ads A Bet ResultsSTFS
i I
., : tip remarked to presumptuous that the fighting nations when qualitiesof he

the American people never fails
J MtaM ii i nim in when needed.


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There is no city in the South that is SAID TO HAVE BEEN TAKEN NO STATE DIVISION I
proving as Orlando is to day. Thereis AT THE CHURCHES TODAYRead I
no city in the South where real es- The ::1M1arket E
British Said !
Warships to Have
ate changes hands at a profit as fastas Cap- Editor Howard of the Orange 1
it changes hands in Orlando. tured Remaining Part of the County Citizen does not favor the : t
the Following Announcements OF CLEANLINESS OF
We closing 1914 season Crew of Eraden talk QUALITY
are now our of dividing the state of Florida, ]
and print below a list of names of the -All Have a Message as suggested by a contributor to the OPPOSITE POST OFFIGE t

purchasers who have bought property Tokio, Dec. 18.-Certain British for Orlando I
through our firm during the past sea- Reporter-Star called "Sigma" last i i FRESH AND SALT MEATS t
son. The list embraces three hundred warships have captured those members ChurchgoersCatholic week. We are sorry to hear that i Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
and sixty-eight pieces of property, including of the crew of the German crui- Brother Howard does not favor this I It
screened from the
Everything !flies and
away kept fresh
city lots, homes, orange Emden which
ser escaped at Cocos Church idea for we were just preparing to
Mjjoves, farms and acreage. Island[ when the cruiser was destroyed Fourth Sunday in Advent. support Orlando for the capital of I and pure. I
WWe feel thankful to our customersfor Mass, 7 a. m. We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. h
November 10 teh Australian v.
by i
East Florida South Florida
their or ,
this business and from Mass: and sermon, 10 a. m. or f
actions we know they also feel thank- cruiser Sydney. The German Rosary, instruction and Benedic- whatever the new state would be i everything in the Meat Line.

ful, and we hope to make as many sailors went to sea in a Cocos Island tion, 7:30 p. m. called, but now he has utterly refused H.PHOrtENO. : I
I. Self
thankful at this & Co.
more people feel schooner named Aysha. Christmas day: by the following sensible I I
We think do very argu-
time next year. we a Mass, 5 a. m.
big business, and we feel that our suc- Mass, 7:30 a. m. ment: I so PINE STREET
cess is gained by the following FUN IN THE PRESS High Mass and sermon, 10 a. m. "Our friend Sigma, of Washington, ,

methods: We never expect the buyer Rosary and Benediction, 5 p. m. D. C., is dreaming in his proposition
to be a bigger fool than we are, All welcome to all services.
The Frenchman faces ball and shot
to divide -
and therefore never try to sell them In pants as red as flame; -- Florida. I I II
something that we would not buy. The Scot he wears no pants at all, German Evangelic Lutheran Church "Such talk from a resident of Ir
We never list property unless we be- But gets there just the same. Services every first and third Sun- Washington may do no particular
lieve it well worth the money. Whenwe -Chicago Tribune. day in the month at 2 p. m., in Sev- harm, but why not dream about dividing I r
sell a person we add him to our enth Day Adventists' building, West
big family of satisfied friends, and Central avenue. Also on Christmasat the District of Columbia or the AM LEAVINGFlorida
"To succeed must in close I
friends is what we are after. one 2p.m. state of Virginia, because northern
Jno. F. Schumann, Orlando, Fla, 2 touch with the public." "That is cer- G. W. Ruehle, pastor. Virginia and southern Virginia are I

Pieces. tainly essential for a pickpocket.- -- --
Wm. II. Eaton, Old Orchard, Me., 8 Boston Transcript. Christian and Missionary Alliance very much unlike. I and Will Specially Price
pieces. Sunday school at 2:30 and preach- "Why not separate Sigma's head ,
II. H. Yothers, Orlando, Fla., 2 pieces. ing at 3:30 p. m. every Lord's Day. and his linguistic tongue from his
Miss M. F. Harding, Orlando, Fla., 2 "Why is it considered so particu- Come and bring the children.We toes, since he can only wriggle them? My Two Properties in
pieces. larly unlucky to kill a cat?" "I sup- expect our Lord's message
fact that the
state of Floridais
Chas. W. Davis, 3 pieces then you'd be haunted by the through a minister of the gospel who Winter ParkA
Miss Ada Reed, Spring Lake, N. J., pose has been away several years. an empire in itself, capable of
of nine lives.Louisville
3 pieces. ghosts growing every variety of farm and
J. E. Nicholson, Orlando, Fla. 4 pieces Courier-Journal. First Baptist ChurchAt orchard products is only
W. II. Smith, Orlando, Fla., 1 piece. -0- ( the Lucerne) an argu- ]
M. S. Little, Knoxville, Tenn., 4 Rev. Edward T. Poulson, D. D., ment for remaining as it is and nota
Professor-"Y have wonderful
a six house 7 of land and fine
pieces. pastor. reason for division. good room acres a

Mrs Dwight G. Phelps, Hartford, talent for painting!" l\luriel-"Dear This church extends its hospitalityto "Besides, whenever a stir is being Grove of 800 full bearing Orange, Grapefruit and Tang-
Conn., 6 pieces. me, professor, how interesting; how the public. We cordially invite made about
Mrs. Lena B. Garvin, Hartford, Conn., can you tell?" Professor-"I see it you to worship with us. All seats making a capital of Or- erine Trees, within two blocks of Public School, close to

6 pieces.J. in face-Judge.! free. If you have no church home lando or any other city it simply Depot and Postoffice. In addition to making a home, this
B. Long, Orlando, Fla., 3 pieces. your here, come and be at home with us. means a bitter fight, with the prob-
__ Mrs L. J. Bogert, Maple Springs N. -oDe The pastor will be glad to serve you able loss of the proposition, and that, property will make a yearly return on the investment of

Y. 6 piecesMrs. Lake, Grouch looked at the Christmas as friend and minister. friend Sigma, would put a stigma on from 10 to 25 per cent., according to crop and market con-
Sarah R. Manahan, Spring school \
list his timid wife handed him. Sunday at 9:30 a. m.; Mr.
N. J. 3 pieces.T. Samuel A. Newell, superintendent.Dr. our own people.-Sanford Herald. ditions.
Orlando Fla.,2 "Charge it to the war, if :you like, "
II. Evans. pieces. Tupper at Evening Service
J. L. Allen Spring Lake, N.. ,3 pieces he growled. "It's a cue of trench Public worship at 11 a. m. and 7:30 WAS BELOW ZERO AND THEN ALSOMy
J. R. Yearby, Orlando, Fla., 1 piece. over there and retrench here." And p. m. The pastor, Dr. Poulson, will SOME
E. C. More, Orlando, Fla., 3 pieces. preach at the morning service, and
I with fell he censored
Uurbert Cox. Orlando, Fla., 1 piece.A. one swoop seven Rev. Dr. Kerr Boyce Tupper, who is The government thermometer on Residence Property in \Vinter Park, 12 room, new

B. Johnson Orlando, Fla., 3 pieces.A. of his wife's relations.ClevelandPlain well known and loved in Orlando, will Tuesday morning registered ten degrees modern Dwelling with City conveniences, lake front; 20
B. Johnson, Orlando, Fla., 1 piece.C. Dealer. be with the pastor at the evening ser- below the coldest weather
Hastings, Orlando, Fla., 3 pieces. vice, and will deliver a special Christma acres of land highly improved ;; 1500 Orange and Grape-

Jno. T. Dale, Orlando, Fla., 1 piece. THIRTY THOUSAND POUNDS ssermon. The public is cordially recorded here in December for many fruit trees, irrigated garden. Property is close in, well
W, II. Taylor, Orlando, Fla., 1 piece. invited to hear Dr. Tupper in this years, and nine degrees below that
J. M. Pope, Orlando, Fla., 1 piece.S. special message. registered in the winter of 1913. The located, close to the new Country Club House and Golf
Eastham N.Y., 1 piece. Toes of Rice Exported to Belgian B. Y. P. U. meeting at 6:30
Spencer p. m.;
ice men and coal men are happy, and Links; a property good enough for the most exacting.
Orlando, Fla., 1 Sufferers Mr. Reid
Mrs S. Kanner, piece. Eugene president! This
E. S. Keys, Orlando, Fla., 2 pieces. society will make its annual visit to the consumers, especially of coal, are Special price to make an immediate sale, $16,500, and

r W. II. Brokaw, Orlando, Fla., 4 pieces. New Orleans Dec. 18. the County Home Sunday afternoonat I unhappy over the sudden change in will give possession in 30 days.
Mrs. M. Whitman, Orlando. 4 pieces. 3 o'clock. They will take out temperature. The weather, however,
Mrs S. Cowley, Winter Garden, Fla., thousand pounds of rice will be Christmas packages and hold special I moderate within the next few See owner only. Write or phone me for a date andI
1 shipped from here for destitute services for those in the Home. may
piece. per-
will send my car to any place in Orange County to show
Fla. 1 days.-Greenville (0.) Advocate.
Earle Vick, Orlando, piece. sons in Belgium, according to an- Special Music
Miss J. Murphy, Phila., Pa. 1 piece. The music for the church servicesis you these properties.
Mrs W. H. Reed, Spring Lake, N. J., nouncement by a local rice concern as follows: INTERNATIONAL ANARCHY THE t
3 piecesBManahan today. The shipment will be forwarded Morning: Solo, Mr. B. F. Battersby -
Spring Lake, NJ.2 piecesJ. on the British steamship Wabana, of Philadelphia; anthem, "There CAUSE EUROPEAN STRIFE, ED. F. KEEZELBOX
Orlando Fla.,2 Were R. S. SAYS DR. J. METZ
M. Platt, Jr., pieces. January 12. The names of the Shepherds" ( Ambrose)
Mrs. H. Newberry, Spring Lake, N. J., purchasers Evening: Anthem "Sing, 0 Heav- Chicago, Dec. International
1 piece. were not given. ens" (C. Simper); .-olo, Miss Martha\ anarchy is the cause of the Europeanwar 35
:Mrs. S. Buckelew, Manasquan, N. J., Weeks.
according to Dr. John Metz of
11 pieces.C. Sam Gompers isn't a one-termer- WINTER PARK, FLA., Orange County's College city
S. Allen, Spring LakeNJ. pieces he's willing to keep on being president St. Luke's Cathedral the University of Munich\ presidentof
J. Cranmer, Spring LakeNJ. pieces of the A. F. of L. The Very Rev. Henry R. Remsen, the International Society of Students and one of Florida's prettiest places.
Mrs. E. Allen, Spring Lake, N. J., 1 dean. who made an address here to-
piece. Fourth Sunday in Advent.
J. L. Allen, Spring Lake, N.J., 2 pieces The Holy Communion, 7:30 a. m. I{day. "
T. W. Matthews, Orlando, 3 pieces.E. Sunday school, 9:45. -- ---------
A. Young, Orlando, Fla., 2 pieces. Morning prayer and sermon, 11:00. ,
K. Davidson, Orlando, Fla., 2 pieces. Evening prayer, 4:30. 4 L- I
Mrs. L. G. Phelps, Hartford, Conn., Illustrated talk for children, on
pieces. YOUNG MANif missions, 5 p. m. .
:Mrs. L. B. Critsor, Canton,0.,1 piece. Illustrated mission lecture, 7:30
Mrs.: A. D. Sober, Phila., Pa., 1 piece. p. m.
Mrs. F. E. Colvin, St. Clond, Fla., 1 -oMethodist-

piece. Church
Dr.A.J.Taylor,CaribouIe..,42 pieces want toM Sunday school, 9:50 a. m.; C. E.
G. T. Barr.Greenwille.S.C. pieces. you Howard, superintendent. ANNOUNCEMENTFT I
R. O. Compton,Orlando, Fla., 1 piece. Morning services, 11 o'clock, will bea
P. L. CollinsworthClarkston, 2 pieces. sacred concert, postponed from last
A. B. Meade, Brooklyn, N.Y.,21 pieces Sunday night. Program:
J.A.Morris, Clarkston, Ga., 4 pieces. Hymn and prayer.
Henry Brand, Atlanta, Ga., 4 pieces.A. Orchestra overture. i
S. Evans, Concord, N. H., 3 pieces. Chorus, "Be Glad, O Ye Righteous." .
M.\ B. Ives, Orlando, Fla., 2 pieces. Male quartet, "Lovely Night. I
H.M. Dickson, Orlando, Fla., 2 pieces. A Chorus by Baby Lewis, "Wave"
F. T. Scruggs, Orlando, Fla., 2 pieces.J. (Gounod).
F. Root, Adair, Miss, 1 piece. Offertory, organ solo, by HermanF.
Mrs. A.A. Wylly, Sanford, Fla., 1 piece Siewert: 1st Movement of Guil-
\Vk S. Branch, Jr., Orlando, 1 piece.J. K mant's Sonata No. 1, Introduction in
R. Beardall, Orlando, Fla.. 1 piece.R. Allegro.
D. Waring, Kissimmee, Fla., 1 piece Solo, "Abide With Me," Mrs. J. B. HE SAN JUAN HOTEL will be opened on the European -

Mrs Merriman, Orlando. Fla., 1 piece.A. Magruder, Jr.
R. Bryan, Orlando, Fla., 1 piece. Male quartet, "Day s Dying in the plan Tuesday morning, Dec. 22. Club break-
Gray Rush, Orlando, Fla., 1 piece. E West."
"'. A. Kingsley, Columbus, 0.,2 piecesMr. Duet, "Hark, Hark, My Soul" fast from 30c. to $1.00 will be served from 7:00: to 10:30a. :
Oldfield, Phila., Pa., 1 piece. (Nevin); Mr. Curry, Mrs. Magruder.
S. V. Straley, Orlando, Fla.,25 pieces. Chorus, "I Will Lift Up Mine m. 60c. Luncheon from 11:00: to 2:30.: $1.00 Table
'\". K. Curry, Orlando, Fla., 2 pieres. i N\ Eyes.
T. II. Evans, Orlando, Fla., 3 pieces. Organ solo, Mr. C. E. Wade. d'Hote 5:30: to 8:00: ; after-theatre supper from 8 to 11
Wm. Beardall, Orlando, Fla.,2 pieces.Mr. Benediction.
H. L. Palmer, Orlando, 1 piece. Organ postlude. o'clock la carte from 7 to 8 from
E. M. Pope, Orlando, Fla., 1 piece. a Mr. A. P. Curry, director; Mr. C. E. ; a p.m., except
Arthur Cole, Orlando, Fla., 1 piece.J. Wade, organist; Mr. A. A. Patch, orchestra -
which hours the main
H. Hepler, Pittsburg, Pa., 1 piece. director. 2:30: to 5 during dining room
Pt. Pa.,2 piecesJ. Night service, 7:30, annual Sunday
W.Blackburn, Kenedy
E. Douglass, Cheery Tree, 4 pieces. school Christmas exercise cantata, will be closed. A Quick Lunch Room has been pro-
Mrs. M. G. Stovin, Orlando, 6 pieces. IN "War and the Prince of Peace," by
F. M. Turner, Orlando, Fla., 1 piece. the school, a beautiful musical ser- vided which will be open from 6:00: a. m. to midnight.
W. T. Barger, Cleveland, 0.,2 pieces.Dr. vice in costume. Orchestra and church
J. McEwan, Orlando, 1 piece. choir music. Prices will be consistent with quality.
W. C. Harper, Orlando, Fla., 2 pieces. Epworth League at usual hour in I
Mrs R. A. Simmons, Orlando, 2 pieces the evening.The .
the the hotel has been
Lawrence Lawton, Orlando, 1 piece.E. FrY newly appointed pastor will During past summer thoroughly -

G. Duckworth, Orlando, 2 pieces. arrive for Sunday, December 27.
Hot and cold and
M. K. VanDuzor, Orlando, 1 piece.S. -0- overhauled. water, telephones
E. Ives, Jr., Orlando, Fla., 2 pieces. Baptist Missionary Society
.' Whitney Wright, Orlando, 1 piece The Baptist Visionary Society will installed in every room, many new baths added. All
Chas. Arnold Orlando. Fla., 1 piece. meet Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock,
Miss\ Julia Chapman, Orlando,2 pieces Go at Mrs J. W. Topliff's residence. The rooms and halls redecorated.Tables .
.. C. T. Mallard, Orlando, Fla., 3 pieces to theCountry quarterly barrel opening for China
G. F. Lashbrook, Orlando, 1 piece. will be taken.
Prof W. S. Coleman, Orlando, 2 pieces -- -- may be reserved in advance for any number of persons .
Samuel Spell, Fitzgerald, Ga., 1 pieceJ. Christian Science
I M. Cheney, Orlando, Fla., 3 pieces. Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. for the evening dinner. Special attention will be given this branch

Mrs, Lautenslager, Orlando, 1 piece. Services at 11 a. m.; subject, "Is
H.C.Buckhout, Elmsford, N.Y., 1 piece the Universe, Including Man, Evolved ol service. From January 1st, the Grand Orchestra will play from
Jacob Etzler, VanWert, 0., 1 piece. by Automatic Force?"
Adolph Etzler, 2 pieces.J. and buy Wednesday evening meeting, 7:45. 6 to 7 p. m., and from 9:30 to 11.30 p. m. week days and from 6:00:
W. Brooks, Chicago, 111., 1 piece.J. myLAND Third floor, corner S. Orange ave-
,,. Dann, Clarcona, Fla., 2 pieces. nue and Church street. Entrance on to 8:00 p. m. Sundays.
11. C. Nye, Keene, X. Y., 1 piece.A. Church street.
E. Becker, Convoy, 0., 1 piece. --0-
Brossier & Reese, Orlando 2 pieces. First Presbyterian Church NOTE Tilljanuary 1St. :Main Dinning Room will close at 8:30p :
E. Brewster, L, Placid N.Y.. 2 pieces. Services will be held at the Grand
J. A. Knox, Orlando, Fla., 1 piece. theatre at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. m. After that date, After, Theatre Supper will be inauguratedand
C. B. arnbson, 1 piece.F. Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.; W. R.
t M. Kinney, Clarkston Ga., 1 pieceA. 8,000 Acres (10 choose from (VXeal, superintendent. The school Dinning Room will be open until II :30 p. m.
Nathan, Clifton, N. J., 7 pieces.T. will assemble as usual in the lecture
P. '''arlow, Orlando, Fla., 5 piecesC. room of the church.
B. Robinson, Orlando, 19 pieces. Morning sermon, "Contrast in
Miss D. Hovermale, Orlando, 1 piece. Greatness.:
Evening sermon, "Dark Lines."
We have the the following Colonial SubdivisionLots S.S.GRIFFINReferences Prayer meeting, Wednesday evening SAN JUAN HOTEL
on market. Park at 7:30, in the lecture room.
Highland Grove Colonial Hills. Alta- Men's Bible class at 9:45 aI
loma, and the last of the famous Forrest Carr a. m. '
Concord Dabney choir director -
: ; Miss Roberta Branch,
We iltyteloth: : bryer am! Mers : CARL DANNor Special organist.
of music
program at both
to call at our oPice. 116 Orange .\e., any bank in Orlando morning and evening services.
floor pi.one 67.

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The Floridian's Creed and Covenant [

A Box of REAL Good Cigars is What Every Man Wants. By WILLIAM FREEMONT BLACKMAN I. I Ii
President of Rollins College Winter ParkI
We Have Packed in Attractive Christmas i I
Boxes Our Famous Brands. I II ,

BELIEVE IN FLORIDA, land of the open and fathomless sky, of lambent stars,
i of mountainous opalescent clouds, of soft benignant airs of incessant summer, of un-
--JT.rOER: :: : CJECLE: ;;" stinted and vivifying sunshine, of responsive and fecund soil.I .
I BELIEVE IN FLORIDA, laved on every hand-cooled and warmed and cleansed
and fed and decorated). the azure and teeming waters of tropic seas, and by count
AND less and sparkling lakes and streams.I .

: BELIEVE IN FLORIDA, land of wide-stretching and open woods of limitless
::E-vv:: SO-UTS:: i green prairies and glades, of dense and vine-hung hammocks, of mysterious bays aRid
swamps, all in their various forms lovely and fruitful; the land of fragrant pine and
mourning cypress, of moss-draped oak, of waxen magnolia, of comely palm, of regal
No Experiment When You Buy These Brands; Which are poinciana, of flaming vine, and of shy and brilliant orchid.I .
BELIEVE IN FLORIDA, land of the orange and pomelo and spicy kumquat, of
On Sale at Your Dealers at The Regular Retail peach and pear and persimmon and loquat, of pine-apple and guava and mango and .
avocado; of corn and cotton and cane and cattle, and of whatever else is anywhere
Prices-No Advance For the Christmas borne of trees or grown by the soil of the earth.

I BELIEVE IN FLORIDA, the home of creatures strange, curious and beautifulthe -
Packages. Ask the Man Who Smokes.
saurian monster, the gliding reptile, the darting dainty lizard, the aquatic manatee,
the egret in snowy nuptial array, the roseate spoonbill, the exuberant mocking-bird
CURRY & SMITH CIGAR COMPANYManufacturers the flame-like, flute-like cardinal, the wood-pecker with ivory bill and the humming
bird with ruby throat, the painted butterfly sipping nectar in winter days.
of "THE SMOKE OF SATISFACTION"LETTERS I BELIEVE IN FLORIDA, land of romantic legend and adventurous history, of
towns the most ancient and the newest, of swiftly-growing cities, of farms and
orchards, and of wide and inviting solitudes still awaiting man's coming.I .
-- - BELIEVE IN FLORIDA, magnet and meeting-place for men and women of the
TO THE SENTINEL little city-I say "our." It seems to I the trolley system and water transportation North and the South, the East and the West, and countries over-sea, Americans all,
me they are as deeply interested is doing for the business of one blended and indissoluble and free people. I believe in her eager boys and winsome
Orlando I girls, in her schools and colleges, in her churches of divers faiths, in her institutions _
Dec. 17, 1914. if it were their own private a.l the country is it any wonder that we of -
My Dear Sentinel: philanthrophy and mercy, and in her press, the voice and the instructor
and I have reason to believe it's see in the New York papers when the of her common mind and will.
I am happy to return to your pretty -
little city, and though the clouds healthy and happy a place as there is j stock exchanges reopened last Satur IN FINE, I BELIEVE IN FLORIDA, the commonwealth old :yet young, unformed
obscure the sun today, and thoughthe in our land today, and needs no dOC- 'day that while money was reasonableand as yet, but palpitant with energy and faring forth into the future with high hope
north winds may depress some of I toring. I normal steam railroad stocks i and swift step; and believing thus I COVENANT with all her citizens of like mind to
you dear people I assure you I am I am glad to see the roads are rap- were being neglected by investors give myself to her service, mind and heart and hand and purse, to explore and develop
glad to get back, for it's no joke, old idly being improved. This is essential and I firmly believe the "Bill Tweed" I II f her hidden resources to celebrate her praises truthfully, to win worthy citizens for her
Winter has marshalled his forces and to the best interests of any community /arrogance of the steam roads will ultimately void spaces, to till her fields, to keep pure her politics, to make more efficient her
swooped down on New Jersey, both and I can see but one serious I crush themselves, as has schools, to strengthen and unify her churches, to cleanse and sweeten her social life,
early' and vigorous. Then I am glad, hindrance to the future growth of been the cast with some of the ex and thus to make her in full fact what she is by human right and Divine dower,
too, because the good hearts of your most of your Southern cities, and press companies.I THE QUEEN OF COMMONWEALTHS
people are ever open to all who come surely business "men-farmers, fruit I hope I may not be charged with
here and behave themselves.I growers and shippers of Orlando and meddling with what does not concern I
am quite pleased to note the I vicinity-are being unjustly hampered I me, but it does seem to me there i isI I I '
many_improvements in so many ways and burdened by two soulless relief in sight for Orlando and all
;since I went away last April. I presume corporations who, judging from every the business centers between Sanford I
they are more apparent to me honorable view point ought to and Tampa by building a first class way and pledge themselves to their some good man could easily interestthe I From their tax: it seems possib.ethe ;
than to most of you; still it's what we take a just pride in helping up, which trolley system-freight and passengers very utmost to the end that the little Clyde company and Northern cap- two colonels
all expected, for your honored offi- soon would be of much greater benefit -to connect with the Clyde: Line grading required be done, that it will ital to this end. may yet cooperatein
cials promised it last spring.I even to themselves. I am told, and it there. At least it might easily be a whirlwind national "dry" cam-
judge myself quite well acquainted has been proven to me, that it costs done between Sanford and Kissimmee. be a very easy matter to float bonds Very truly yours, paign. .
with city life and business once and a half as much again to ship I believe the right of way will at a low interest to track and equip "U. S."
throughout our country, and city governments goods from Jacksonville to Orlando cost little or nothing, as also the I the road. I may be mistaken, but it I II A turkey has been called the "big-
,t and for myself am free to (about 90 miles by rail) as it does grading, and I do believe if the busi- I does seem to me here is an Subject for winter debating club: gest fool bird on earth," and Turkey
say I think your officials are very I from New York ((1,000 miles by boat) ness and the men in general would I nity to make money and to opportu-I What's the average life of a political I might be called the same sort of a
F jealous of the best interests of our to Jacksonville. When we know what just arise and secure the right of save all this goodly section. party's idolatry of one man? i!I nation.

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: !; ; we still have a good assortment of Toys and Dolls for Santa. They will be very scarce

ij! next year, so let the children enjoy this one to the fullest extent.

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! .I Special This Week, Full Size Irish Mail-Only $$4.39 I

Hobby Horses __________$1.50 to $10.00 Campbell Kids _____________25c to $1.00 Toy Tea Sets ---------_____25c. to $3.25 Toy Pianos ------------____25c. to $6.00
Velocipedes ______________$3.00 to $6.00 Negro Dolls ______________60c. to $2.25 Toy Table and Chair --------______$1.25 Dump Carts -------_______25c and 50c.
Doll Carts ________________23c. to $5.00 Tango Kid Dolls _________________$1.00 Childs Table and Chair ___$3.50 to $6.00 Teddy Bears, Hogs, Horses, Drums, Guns,
WickerRocking Chair __$1.35 to $2 Jointed and Kid Dolls _______25c to $3.50 Doll Beds -----------______lOc. to $2.00 Tops and all Kinds of Toys priced
Uudressed Baby Dolls ______lOc. to $7.00 Dressed Dolls ___________lOc. to $15.00 Childs Kitchen Cabinet____50c. to $2.00 from _______________ lOc. to, $10.00



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

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 S3.00 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 .

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Christmas Holiday Fire Dangers AVIATORS ARE

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Some Preventative SuggestionsSafety : GRANDTOMORROW


to life and property from tions; see that decorative materialsare

the fire dangers of the Christmas holiday not arranged in continuous festoons -

.. season again demands the atten- from post to post; see that WILL FURNISH GLORIOUSCHAPTER .
tion of the American people. there are breaks or gaps between series -
The Florida Fire Prevention Society of decorations to prevent spreadof
ARlOANN have prepared and are sending to the I (c) See that all decorative effectsare
fire chiefs and boards of trade clear of gas drop lights and chan-

throughout the state a few simple deliers. i--i 1 The
suggestions which, if rigidly adheredto ( ) Require wiring
I be strictly in accordance with the National I
will prevent loss of life and prop- Electrical Code. Observe the

erty: manner in which all wiring is arranged German and French Birdmen LAST EPISODE OFPERILS
Holiday and Other Displays and I in connection with illuminat- Engage in a Deadly Air
ing signs, booths demonstrations of
SafeguardsThe domestic appliances, etc. Pin eand Battle-A RealThriller
use of Christmas greens, har-I tacks driven through lamp cords will

Means vest specimens autumn leaves, dried i cause short circuits. and result in serious -

grasses, etc., either natural or artifi-I danger.e
( ) Examine all motors shafting, Paris, Dec. 18.When the historyof
cial and other highly inflammable I wiring, etc., concealed under tables, this war comes to be written, it
and combustible material, such as benches temporarily used in connec-
will probably be found that the deedsof
scenery, draperies of chese cloth, cot- tion with so-called industrial exhibi-
tions; such machinery is frequentlyinstalled the aviators will furnish forth one
con buntin cotton to represent snow, ,
: without regard to safety of of its most glorious chapters.An OFPAULINE
artificial flowers, tissue paper fes- operation and without proper care in
'I action had been in progress
toons and bells, are decidedly objectionable -I reference to lubrication, dispositionof
from in the eastern theatreof
from a fire prevention stand-i wiping rags, etc.f .
( ) Moving picture exhibits in war. The French artillery had
point; particularly so when these ma- fairs or bazaars and the wiring of been playing havoc in the German
terials are used in conjunction with portable outfits are subject to moreor lines, yet constantly, as the enemy
iluminated signs and other lighting' less abrasion of insulation through ,
staggered under the effects of the
effects in churches, schools, exhibi- j frequent handling splices are often
loosely made and not properly taped. French shell fire as persistently did
tion halls stores and oth- !
( ) Demonstrations of cooking,
I g they receive reinforcements and ad-
er mercantile establishments. j pop corn and candy making, glassblowing vance again to the attack. And so it This is positively the last and
It is impossible to make displays gas and gasoline engines,
and came about that in the face of one of
NEIL McDUFFEE lighting systems or
of this character absolutely safe. : any every
exhibit requiring the use of matchesor these fresh assaults more violently only opportunity to witness the
even with the decorative materials
fire should receive careful inspec- pushed home than its predecessors,
Contractor and Builder "fireproofed;" but artificial flowers, tion, particularly so with reference
tissue paper ornaments etc., extensively -'1 to the supply and use of oils and fuels the French troops were ordered to retire closing of this great serial.
lliuigaiows Specialty and the location and arrangement of slightly. Presently, to their hor-
a used for such purposes and impregnated -
exhaust pipes. ror, they observed one of their own
. Arcade Building. OrlandoBEST with various chemical sub- '!1: (h) Arrange all gas heated apparatus aeroplanes soaring calmly, in the
stances can be purchased at slight :, so as to be well removed fromI
additional cost above that of ordinary I I walls or combustible or inflammable windless afternoon at a dangerouslylow
material. Such devices should be altitude, over the nemy's lines.
SELECT OYSTERS 50c. QuartThcWaldcckcrFishCo materials, and the decorations so !t mounted on all metal stand or base, "
"These fellows must be mad, said Two other splendid productionsof
treated will not inflame, but will' and be directly connected up with gas
the French soldiers to another,
one as
merely char when brought into con- pipe. Rubber or other flexible tube
tact with open lights candle flame, should be absolutely prohibited. they set themselves to watch the fate the Biograph and Edison companies -
FOR FISH AND OYSTERS (i) Discourage the use of light of the aeroplane carrying the tri-
gas arcs or incandescent lamp bulbs, screens draperies and crtauins on all color. will also be shown.
Phone No. 5. 206 Boone StreetP. etc. j small platforms or stages lighted by
They had not long to wait. Highin
Before attempting hasty or I oil lamps or open gas foot, border or
any illI I
M. and W. O. COX
bunch lights.j the air rapidly rose three German
advised decoration which
10-23-tf may cause ( ) See that all aisles, stairways, aeroplanes, ready to encompass the
p fire, examine your insurance policy i passageways, exits etc., are free of I
doom of the audacious aviators, who
and see if it contains anything like' obstructions such as chairs, movable
seemed to court disaster so lightly, "
counters, tables etc.k .
i this: "This entire policy unless otherwise -: "THAT ORCHESTRA
( ) Beware of the cigar or cigar- while at the same time the Kaiser
Christmas provided by agreement in- ette smoker! Do not permit them to ,
drawn the feigned
troops, on by retirement -
dorsed hereon or attached hereto smoke or light their deadly weeds inside I
of The of of the French line, advanced PLEASING MORE PEOPLE EVERY
shall be void if the hazard be buildings. secretary DAY
Almost Here increased by any means within the the Florida Fire Prevention Society, boldly. The day was theirs and they
Jacksonville, Fla., will furnish you seemed to know it. Then all of a
control or knowledge of the assured. free of charge with the
necessary sudden, the German aeroplanes beganto
(a) Absolutely prohibit the use of "No Smoking" signs. Write him.
candles for the illumination of Christ- ((1)I) Require liberal provision of maneuver swiftly above the French

mas trees.b water pails, chemical extinguishers, machine the occupants of which 5c I
Give us your order for ( Special attention should be fire hose etc., and co-operate with the seemed to be quite unconscious of lOc
PLUM PUDDING paid to the general scheme of decora- public fire department.
RAISINS their danger. Each of the three craftin
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the upper air dropped a bomb in

FIGS TORPEDO HE MADE i the French machine was sealed. In

PECANS I Shot and Captured, He Fled From a series of loud explosions down came t -

ALMONDS Letter Dated 1813 Telling of "Infant i Hospital and Got Away the French aeroplane like a log.

ENGLISH WALNUTS Art" Brings $92.50 at the I as Belgian its descent
Joline SaleA thing hapuened. The car of the ma-
London, Dec. 18.The Earl of Lev-
t chine seemed to fall bodily out, and
GINGER letter from Robert Fulton to en and Melville has, according to the of fire spittingout TRANSFERDr.
tongues were
ables.We carry a full line of Xmas eat Gen. William Duane, March 1, 1813, ; Central News, arrived in London af- in all directions carrying dismay ;

XMAS PRESENT telling of torpedoes invented by him !,ter having escaped from German ter- into the German ranks below. 1 B. D. WIENENGA, Prop.

capable of destroying any British invaders ritory. Only then was the mystery of the
Send a Box of Fruit to your friends. of New York harbor was sold The Earl went to the front in the foolhardy airmen explained. The car

Only $1.35 express prepaid east of for $92.50 yesterday in the Anderson .early stages of the war with his regi- was full of explosive bombs, and the Livery, Draying and HaulingWE

Rocky Mountains. auction rooms from the library of ment, the Royal Scots Greys in which ; airmen were "dummies." Taking

Give us your order now. the late Adrian II. Joline."I : he is alieutenant, being wounded on advantage of the confusion in the en- --

am happy to find you continuethe August 22. He was left behind when emy's ranks, the French pushed for- i

firm friend of torpedoes," Fulton his regiment retreated. He was taken ward their attack and that is how on GUARANTEE GOOD SERVICE 1 1j

wrote. "An infant art which requires by the Germans to a hospital suffer- the morrow, the official communique 1t

CARUTHERS & GORE jnly support and practice to producea ing from a bullet wound in the thigh.On contained the phrase "on our right j

change in maritime affairs of immense Wednesday last, disguised as a "
flank some AUTO BUS
progress. AUTO TRUCK j
importance to this country. Belgian refugee he traveled across jj

New Modern Grocen// Expecting the enemy here I have not 'II Belgium, broke through the German j
Now is the time to order GRIF-
been idle. I have prepared nine torpedoes lines and crossed the Dutch frontier Country Driving for Eight or Ten Solicited 1
FING'S ROSES. W. II. Brokaw, !
with locks that strike fire by without a passport.The salesman. 12-lG-tf \ i

Phone 200 concussion, and four with clockwork I Earl is still very lame but HORSES FOR SALE J !

locks." George D. Smith was the hopes soon to be in the fighting line

6 and 8 East Pine St. buyer.G.. Weis. paid $275 for an autograph i I again. Dr BuckmasterOSTEOPATH I 'Phone 257. Orlando, FloridaDOING I

edition of the works of Bret Harte in FLIGHT FROM COASTIn I

nineteen volumes, and $110 for the I j jI

ORLANDO author's autograph edition of Irving's Case of Another German Raid, I Graduate of Kirksville

works in forty volumes, with one I Residents Will Be Taken

page of "Alhambra" manuscript.J. Inland 132 S. Orane Avenue

F. Drake paid $81 for the 12mo. I E--THING

PLUMBING CO edition of "The Vicar of Wakefield," London Dec. 18.-Under the super- ABOVE PEOPLES BANK FKOSE5J8 r -AT-

,. owned by Hawthorne when a studentat
vision of military and civil authori-
Bowdoin, with his autograph ties arrangements are being made in J. E. Nicholson's O. K. Bakery

26 WEST PINE STREET spelled "Hathorne" and marginal southeast coast towns, as a matterof ACREAGE FOR SALE DELICATESSENCOLD

notes, and $100 for William Winter's precaution for the removal of

PHONE 122 "The Jeffersons" extra illustrated civilians in case of bombardment or ROAST
with eighty portraits and views and -oxORLANDOSANFORD- BEEF PORK LAMB
sixty-five autograph letters and signatures raid.The inhabitants of Deal and other Sandwiches of all kinds. Lunches put up for automobile par
Best Plumbing at Low- of noted actors and actresse. open towns are to be taken some BRICK ROAD ties. Come look the good things over.

.' est PricesWe One of the inserted letters from miles inland in such case, whilst all J. K. TRESHER PHONE 26Don't 1

:Mrs. E. Barry, a particular star on civilians are to be removed from the AT A SONG

are not in the combine. the English stage, replying to Robert fortress of Dover. ,

SLA UTER'S latest inventions usedon Elliston who wished her to appear in The details of how these removals -- -

all first-class London under his management in would be carried out, so that civilians
1820, read: "I have had for the 'last would not impede the movements of Sixty-five acres of best rolling pine Buy Gimcracks for
land suitable for citru trees andall
Plumbing Con rucion two years three guineas per week as the the I
miliary by traveling on same field within sight of railroad
a leading actress. I will accept the" roads have been worked out and the station crops schoolschurches. MUST BE Christmas PresentsVarious
same terms from you for the season.
civil authorities
are now being instructed SACRIFICED. A fine location for a

Real Estate Boughtand by the military as to the nursery. fancy articles made of plush, celluloid leather
steps they are to take.
Sold. Price, Terms $25 per Acre brass or even silver and known to the trade as "Holiday

The shipment of oranges from this TO STOP SHIPMENTS Spot Cash $20 per acre Goods," are made simply for show and have no practical r rI

--- district is going ahead very briskly, I value or utility. In these days of war and straightened

City Building Lots $100; $1.00 cash about 14 cars a day being shipped Denmark Takes Steps to Prevent Exports finance you ought to spend your Chaistmas money wisely.A II

and $1.00 per week buys a Lot from Oroville, Thermalito, Palermoand of Food to Germany The Biggest Grove ValueFour great book, a nice picture, a musical instrument or talk- ,

RENTS COLLECTED. Hearst, says the Oroville Register. miles from town, good road ing machine, a box of fine stationery, a hundred copperplate I
The Stewart Fruit company is London Dec. 18.-According to a .
Notary Work Promptly and Neatly choicr citrus location. We have a fine engraved calling cards, fountain pens. supplies for f I
averaging about ten car loads a day. Copenhagen dispatch to the Central
Done. II 10 acre piece with five acres in fine the writing desk at the office or in the home, these and !I
Returns from cars thus far sold have News the government there has ordered
bearing grove. The other five is all make !
been very satisfactory. It is stated : all Danish importers of foodstuffs many other articles in our stock Christmas gilt that
the whole is
and piece
N. HATCHER that the cars have averaged $2 a boxf. I from America to deposit with fenced.cleared There is an old house on prove useful and bring joy and comfort the whole year E!

ORLANDO,FLORIDA .o.b. The Porterville district is reported -'the! government bills of lading and the place. Price $3500. through. Do your Christmas buying early and buy wisely. I

to be making heavy shipmentsnow. orders showing the disposal of these

Office at Pinehurst ParkP. At Fairbanks the shipment of cargoes with a view of preventing ORLANDO. REAL ESTATE CO. %v. S. BRANGH, j!

O. Box 281 fruit is only well started.RiversideCal. i absolutely any export of food to Ger- 'p!

PHONE 413 lI- -lmr ( .) Press. ;many. Watkins Block PHONE 504 The Arcade Book and Music Store :;


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a THE DAILY SI'IELERS- Here's Some Hot Ii I
South Florida Sentinel As long as the world spins the pop- NOTABLE CONCERT TALENT i

ulace will be impelled towards that
dazzling, hypnotizing, rasping, mag-
M. GLENN .....................Editor Mendelssohn Club Concert Has
netic and subtle voice of the unnamed, II
W. C. ESSINGTO.BusinesaManager
=- unlettered and unclassified "spieler," Secured Services of Local The GriddleTwo
Entered at the pontoflice at Orlando. Florida -
a. Second Claa Mail Matter. or "barker," who sticks up his standon and New York Soloistsfor

l r SUBSCRIPTION RATES a busy street and displays everything ORLANDO'SFAVORITE
Daily 1 Year .... $5.00 ConcertThe I
Daily: : 6 Months ..:.::::::::::::::::::: 2.50 from cuff links to soap. He acres on a beautiful lake. .
Daily. 3 Months ...................... 1.25 raves, gesticulates, shouts, perspires,
Daily. 1 Month ....................... .50VCeggTy. first Mendelssohn Club concert Four room house. A number of I '
tears his hair, rolls his wringshis
I Year ............. ........ $1.00 eyes will be held on Tuesday, January 5,
hands, beats the air, stamps his at the opera house. Mr. and Mrs. budded orange trees in bearing.
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN feet, throws aside his collar and cuffs,
ADVANCETO Forrest Dabney Carr and :Mr.: EdwardA. I .
Only two and one-half miles SHOPPING
moans, shrieks, cries, wails, and sobs.
: New York, will be the
He makes you believe you are gettinga soloists for the from the.Court House. If sold
concert the
Copy for display and all other handset cho-
advertising matt be hand_ in at the buiincuoffice gold mine for a 10 cent piece; that rus of seventy-five voices will take by December 20th, price will be PLACEDo
of the Sentinel later than 2 .
f. not p. m black is green, and that a fortune is '
the day before publication. This rule appliesto a prominent part. "Hiawatha's Wedding -
changes for contract advertising: it islatariable slipping through your fingers if you Feast" will be the only $500.00Four
major part of
and will be strictly adhered to.
walk away without buying. But the
I the program, the entire program be- .
sUL"nilWni wiring The Sentinel discon-
point is, he eventually interests
tinued should notify the office in writing on you; ing announced later.
the date of expiration, otherwise it will be enlists your sympathy; unlooses the large front lots on Cen-
continue at the regular subscription rates
until notice to stop i a received.. purse strings, and before you can stop
Telephone Numb r ...................... 21 the spell you have your pockets filled UNITARIAN CHURCH SERVICES tral avenue, close in, that must You Need Our

SUNDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1914. with freckle eradicator, corn pads, 18 (Corner Central Ae. and 'West St.) be sold by December 25th. Only I
karat watches, shirt studs Rev. Eleanor E. Gordon, minister. I
glass razors -
$500 each for inside lots and ?
Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.; sub- Help
Orlando needs a motor fire truck and soap. After all is said the
ject of lesson, "Why We Keep Christ- for .
$550 corners.Cooper
because a conflagration may sweep spieler, fakir or barker has a per- mas"
the city and without immediate trans- sonality, and the people who "fall" I
Church service at 11 a. m.; subjectof
portation and quickness a large partof for the goods have the money. Or-
"The Christs
the city might be destroyed. lando had such a character last week. Life.sermon" in Modern

,. We suppose he will be with us again Atha
The Round Table at 7:30 !
p. m.
this week.
Life is smiling. I I ,
Unity Circle on Wednesday after-
r o- o 114 South Orange Are, Ground Floor '1 1I 1f
noon; "How Not to Keep Christmas."
Merry Christmas, Congress! TOO LATE TO CLASSIFYSEE I
Phone No.
Discussion led by :Mrs: Van Dusen 311 I
a t
and :Mrs: .
r Have you a Santa Claus in your HERE!-New Christmas line of Sage.Christmas
t home? Kodaks received. Some beauts. The I festival on Thursday af- ]:
best gifts. Howard's Studio. 17-4t ternoon, from 4 until 6. Subscribe for The Daily SentineL
t o

t In again, out again, gone again- LAST CIIANCE-Christmas! photos ,
t the Sun! must be placed at once. Still time, l 4f
r I'r at but be quick. Howard's Studio. f I

t Uncle Sam is Belgium's Santa 12-17-4t f .
o WANTED-Colored laundress, expe-> I
rienced. Apply the Osceola, Magnolia
"Hush, baby, the German cruisers street and Robinson avenue. -
will get you!" 12-20-lt

How many times o have you seen Old WANTED-Night-watchman for ,I LAKE EOLAHere I

Sol the past week? country hotel; good position for le- r
liable man desiring light work for Only
o the winter; small pay with board and
The only man we ever heard of who room. Address, giving age and references I
could go the clip and stand the strainis as to character, "Hotel," care .
the barber.
is an unusual offering, one that I can unhesi-

0 FOR RENT-Fine furnished rooms
Everybody in Orange county tried for housekeeping; also bed rooms; i tatingly recommend as a GREAT BARGAIN. The lot is
to buy a postage stamp at the same bath, hot and cold water; all modern;
time yesterday. new house; private family; large 90x200 and the house contains seven rooms and bath.
sunny porch. 211 Ridgewood avenue. I
,0 12-20-St:;
"Mama, is Santa Claus coming to Servants room on premises. Orange and grapefruit and I

our house Christmas night?" "No, FOR SALE-At a bargain now, six
flowers and ornamental
house and bath. peach trees, shruberry and l
darling, I'm afraid not. He's pur- room No. 19 West i
Robinson avenue, close in near Or
chased six quarts of rye through a ange. Ready to occupy. R. Bruce plants. Owner will sell furnished or unfurnished. The
neatly decorated Christmas ad." Perry. 12-20-6t

o location is No. 215 E. Robinson avenue, on north shore of

Orlando is to have a subtropical FOR SALE-Six room house, bath f
exposition in February. Orlando has and hall; house just completed and Lake Eola, and overlooking Eola Park. Listed exclu-
ready to move into; large lot; within More
the right idea-entertain your visitors -
; ten minutes walk of postoffice. Price sively with me. The price will astonish you, it too low,
j. Every city in Florida ought to 1675. Address "New House," care ,
make preparations for something of Sentinel. 12-20-Gt ,
but owneris determined to sell. Cash or terms.
the sort. The people who visit Flor- I I
ida are looking for entertainment.- Big crowd, big crowd goes by poor
Mrs Brigham's, for she is so busy
Jacksonville Metropolis. taking care of the Belgians that she ,
o has no time to sell her pretty Christ- Shopping
MONKEYS mas cards and gifts. Please do come I
in, 22 West Church street. 12-19-tf |
According to Darwin our ancestors i

have been on Orlando's streets this S.Y.WAYInsurance
week hopping around and collecting sudden and severe attack of
pennies. Funny how people will look rheumatism makes it necessary thatI I
at monkeys and at each other and sell at once my choice milk and but
and Real Estate
ter cow, due to freshen now. Also Agent I Days
exclaim, "How odd!
our family horse, young and gentle, Ii i
o with or without harness and buggy.
AN ALIAS- Also house with two lots, and some PHONE 172
vacant lots. If you want a bargain,
. "John Doe," arrested by Officer call at once at 201 Concord avenue
Carter for drunkenness, was fined $5 west. Wm. L. Coryell. 12-20-6tc e

and costs in police court yesterday.By .
giving the name "John Doe" one CLEARY IS ACQUITTEDNew

may escape publicity, but the fact i
that one man was drunk helps to givea York, Dec. 19.-Wm. V. Cleary

bad name to Orlando. In all prob- was acquitted tonight of the murder \

ability there will be a heavy docketin of his son-in-law, Eugene Newman.

police court tomorrow morning as -I

last :Monday's: docket showed nine 1- -- ----- --- !
Christmas !
cases, two of which were "drunk"cases. I

Most of them got drunk on
Sunday. It is certainly a fine idea y

and worthy of a "John Doe" to get id I yaiiiGiGS/ and Bracelet Watches

soused on a Sabbath, and at a time .

when all the world joins in praise to

the Master. It is a fine idea of givingan I II

alias when arrested for drunkenness -

for it hides the name and shameof I -dainty enough for a fairy I WE CHECK AND DESPATCH ALL
the offender. All drunks, unless I

absolutely debased, are disgusted with I What girl can resist the charm of a dainty La Valliere, a veritable I PARCELS FREE OF CHARGE
themselves after"they sober up. But

the point is, why get o drunk at all? lacework of gold or platinum, set with precious or semi-precious !

KEEP MONEY HOME stones! The designs this year are so unusually lovely, so delicate ;

A representative Times-Union, morning of the Jacksonville newspa-- and fine, we are sure they must have been inspired by the fairiesEspecially I We prepay all Express .

per, appeared before the city council I

yesterday and begged the city to expend charming, too, are our Bracelet Watches. A more pleasing gilt I I Charges 'on out-of-town .

money for a page advertisement could not be chosen, or one that combines much with practicability
so beauty i purchases Groceries i
in that estimable journal, i iI exeept ;

whereby the name of Orlando wouldbe I I I

printed some 30,000 times and Come in and look them over-whetheryou intend to purchase a .
greater publicity would follow for the I I IDICKSON.
city. Councilman Jphnson said to the or not. We know it will be a treat to you to see

solicitor: "When we have any moneyto these exquisite pieces of Jewelry, I
spend we will keep it here in Or-

lando;" and the record of the meet-
ing transcribed to the big volume of OPEN EVENINGS

council proceedings by Carl Jansen's

hand, bore these words,: "Represent- : t

atives from Times-Union appeared I ires CO.

before council with proposition for

advertising the city. Unanimously T. H. EVANSJEWELER I II
: rejected." Very naturally the city

officials could not say otherwise, for I

they would be subjected to a stormof I .DEPARTMENT STORE.

criticism, but nevertheless they are ..
to be commended for their
"Keeping money in Orlando" is a wise' Orlando Orange Avenue Florida I ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACEr

slogan. "Keeping money at home" is ,

what makes cities prosperous and

s.able: : ; permanent and enduting. I
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Well Known Hostelry at Winter

LUCERNE MONDAY H Park Under Management of j

R. P. Foley Opens

A DOLLAR SHOW FOR A DIME The New Seminole Dec. 22 hotel, Winter I I I Gin ?

Park, under the able management of :

:Mr.: R. P. Foley, will open for the sea- i 9
Second appearance of Third Episode of l i: son Tuesday, December 22. The I U This is a question often asked and some IiU ;

bookings of the hotel are far aheadof times hard to answer, you will be greatly' U
YEE HO KIANG aU f any previous sason and an exceptionally -
ii, Ii @RA busy season is looked for- helped by coming into our store and ..

ward to by the proprietor.
The Great Chinese Magician. In an looking at our big stock of Christmas !

entire change of act. DUTCH CHEESE-MAKER." t'' THAT GOOD I J presents. !

And three reels of "MUTUAL MOVIES." GULf GASOLINE I Ii i n .

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

Automobile Contest.


Goods bought now laid away until

Drums for shipping and storage wanted.
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To DaytonaMr. Lubricating Oil and Greases to suit Ii !

I and Mrs David Van Court, Mr. i all cars. Give make of car when you ,

' {@rhuwn ,and Mrs. Gordon Wright, and :Miss: order. -
nrtrtJ I i Augusta Wright motored to Daytona -- --- U ..A.llSr:1.: & Oo., fi :

this morning to spend the day.
. -Edited By Miss Eliza Wright '
I I To the City Officials GULF REFINING CO
Office telephone No. 179. Residence telephone No. 254 Letter to the society editor: ,, JEWELERS a ai

I "I wonder where the traffic squadwas P. G. WALTON, Agent

WEEKLY SOCIAL CALENDAR time: yesterday afternoon between the Office Phone 4:>0. :i ENGRAVING REPAIRING
Nov. 21st, 1914. hours of five and six. I stood on the
Dec. 20th-26th. Dear Santa Claus: Residence Phone 269. '" "" *1"** !i!
corner of Orange avenue and Church :"nry 0==- siy !
Would you please help Father and I
street for about twenty minutes and
Mother get me a typewriter and the The Sentinel "want" columns are a
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11 A.Presbyterian services, at 24th, 1914, P. M. much the guarantee of income to many. .
Grand theatre. as as theycan ing speed limit. both around and W. S.Coleman W. R. Rhan '
Baptist services, Lucerne theatre. conveniently spare. Please leave across the corners. Also there were 1
Methodist choir concert, Methodist it at -, Orlando,Yours Fla. truly. I I about the same number of vehicles THERE'S A REASON FOR
church. I
which cut the corners, instead of VENEER CORES
Usual evening services. The beautiful dolls in all the win- : go- : PA.TNT
i Monday dows must have prompted this let ing around as they should. Why? SUN [ROOF "
4 P.Mendelssohn Club ladies' Because there was no one there to $1.25Per -- -------- -- I
rehearsal, Mr. Carr's studio. ter: enforce our city ordinances. City Sold at gaining? in popularity every day.
8 P.Mendelssohn Club men's Dec. 18th, 1914.! Strand
rehearsal, Mr. Carr's studio.Wednesday Dear Santa Clause: Fathers, don't you think it would be
I am a little girl in the fourth I better to take your precautions FIRE-PLACE CHUNKS AND : QUALITY-THAT'S IT :
3 P.:M.: -Unity Circle; "How Not to grade at the new school house. So i'against speeding and reckless driving OAK WOOD We also handle a full line of Painters' & Rape
Keep Christmas." as I understand that you are kind where the traffic is heaviest and not Hangers Supplies. 200ORoll Wall Rape a
Friday enough to little folks to give them Orlando Wood YardB. .
out Ivanhoe ." to at cost price. ;
away on go s
A Merry Christmas to All! presents on Xmas, will you please
8:30 P.M.-Dance at the Armory.In give me two dolls, one a foot tall, the Miss Branham Has Guest W. Kingsley, Proprietor '
other one foot and a half. Miss Elizabeth Branham will haveas PINE STREET AND R. R. ORLANDO PAINT AND ILL PAPER CO.: ii
Honor of Miss Dickerson Sincerely.This Telephone 344
her house guest over the holidays 9-30 TheSignoftheSun Phone 261 205 So.Orange Ave ;
Invitations are out to a luncheonand is to Mr. Santa Clause r 1
one :lissnaUey: :from Alabama, her .
bridge party to be given Tues- Toyland, from a real genuine boy: I room mate at Sullins College. ....... .MM .IIII..II.IIII..SI.'CCIIIOf.llln..f.* '
day, December 29th, by Mrs. Paul Dear Santa Clause: -
McNeil, in honor of Miss Ellen Dick- I want a horn, and I want a gun, Back From College I- 9
erson. and I want a saw too. Goodby. The boys are back from college;
and so are the girls. For two weeks
Here for Vacation Here's hoping that when they wakeup there will be and FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL
Allison Palmer arrives today to Christmas morn, old St. Nick has playingand '1
spend the Christmas vacation with left them everything they want. cutting up with the goddess So- 1

his mother, Mrs. Forrest Dabney Seminole Inn PartyMrs ciety in a manner almost shocking. Established 1886 1
Carr Miss Society will have a score of ardent -
on Orange avenue.
Lilla R. Dutton will
give a suitors. Each will whisper a
Merry Christmas! I
dinner to a few friends Christmas
different of love into
message eager -
Every one being so very busy just evening at the Seminole Inn at Winter
There will be hundred
before Christmas, the social calendar 'I ear. a ;
o Park, in honor of her son and his "stories" told-may be several fra-
is somewhat short. The coming week
bride, Mr. and Mrs. Adelbert W. Mason. ternity pins will be mysteriously lost
will be crowded with many social .
be troth will be And
may a plighted.
events. Of course Friday is the all
Guest of Mrs.: Cornish all the while new steps will be taught INSURANCE'LOANS i
important day and Santa Claus will ij
arrive early. There will be many Mrs. L.V.. Dean, of Gadsden, is -dancing steps-and the girls will 3 j
family reunions and dinner parties, the guest of Mrs Cornish, the affable tell of midnight concoctions stewed ;
and a merry, merry Christmas for all i hostess of the Tea and Rest Room. behind closed doors in the college REAL ESTATE RENTALS

in Orlando, Orange county, Florida,I Special Rehearsal dorm. Two weeks of revelrydancing -
and the rest of the world-except : Members of the Mendelssohn Club dinner parties, auto rides beneaththe
Europe. please take notice, there will be a spe- peeping moon; and a score of i!
Letters to Santa cial rehearsal for the ladies :Monday: other joyous festivities. It is a joy- j

'Orlando's Santa Claus has becomeso afternoon at Mr. Carr's studio, at ful season and let every one radiate 1
well known that although he was I four o'clock. At eight in the eveningthe joy. FOR Bimgalo 5 Rooms Furnished, South Main'
not intending to have a public Christ- men will practice at the same
Get the news in the Sentinel first.OSTEOPATHY. Street. 1 1I
tree this usual since place.
mas year as he Tuesday evening at eight
has been so busy looking after the o'clock the usual rehearsal will be i
interests of the children in war stricken held at the Presbyterian lecture room. '
Seven Room House South Orlando. ;
Europe, still he has received sev- Thes extra rehearsals are importantfor ,
eral letters which will be published the giving of"Hiawatha" the first

below. There may be other children week in January.For DR. J. C .HOWELL Two New Five Room Houses, South West Orlando. j
who would like to write him, so if Needy Men Hours, 10-12,3-5, and by appointmentNo
there are any grown ups who would The ladies of the W. C. T. U. will extra charge for house treatment )
like to help him in this work, please serve Christmas dinner Friday to Except Night Calls.Telephone :.
address Postoffice Box 432. poor and unfortunate men at the old connections -

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We have the genuine PREST-O-LITE tanksin

all sizes, and carry a stock of 50 to 75 tanksall 5 Passenger Touring, fully equippedwith

the time. shock absorbers and extra tire set,

Will take in your Searchlight tank and give $450.00.

you a PREST-O-LITE in exchange at no ad- 4 Passenger in perfect condition with I

vance in price. shock absorber, extra tire set, $450.00.

Get exchange at either shop 4 Passenger in good condition, $300.00.

Runabout, overhauled, in good condi-

tion $425.00.

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i FOR RENT-Large, attractive room.
Inquire No. 8 West Washington St. bomber: La-t11s acid S11iI1gles
SENTINELThe 11-8-tfc

FOR RENT-Small flat, modern con-
veniences, unfurnished. Jas. A.
S Knox. 11-3-tf

WANTED-Lady stenographer with
Morning Sentinel Want of
some knowledge bookkeeping.
Directory is the Greatest Want Telephone 56. 12-19-3tc ORLANDO
Ad Medium in Orlando. .

WANTED-Return portion of ticketto
Terms Cash in Advance.RATES New York, Philadelphia or Bos-
ton via New York. Ladies' ticket
P. O. Box 207.
I only. 12-9-12t
For One Day ______________23t;) Royal Cement Agatite Plaster and Perfection Lime
For Three Days ____________SOc ,
For Six Days _______________73c ROOMS FOR RENT .
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For One Month ____________$2.30 -
y This rate applies on all ads of NICE, LARGE FURNISHED ROOM,
and we know the propertywill 25 words or less. If the ad con- to adults only. 409 Delaney street.
the tains more than 25 words the rate 10-25-tf
bear out name. HOUSEHOLD ECONOMYOn
will be one cent per word for
each additional word, for each in-
you can't bring your ad to the ledgers of the Orlando Bank & Trust Company are the records ol
home, modern in the office telephone No. 24. Ac-
every detail. Large lot, or- counts opened by telephone will be MONEY IS ANY OBJECT to many dollars saved by women of Orlando: and the vicinity who have learned how
II. Kanner's New York
you, come to
range, grapefruit, guava, payable the following day. Bargain Store. We will sell new much more economical it is to manage the household finances on the "paybycheck" -

lemon and banana trees in Every Home-Every Business- goods fer the holidays at sacrifive plan.
full bearing. Handsome cam- Every Man has use for a prices. 12-5-23t

phor and Magnolia trees. Sentinel Want Ad. Economy in household management is daily beecming a more pressing

LOST AND FOUND necessity. Follow the example !>those householders who have found the prac-
FOR SALE LOST-A tan Scotch collie dog; an- tical solution of the problem of how to make the family income go farthest.An .
swers to name of Prince; finder
If you are looking for some- FOR SALE-Frying chickens; live, please return to R. D. Waring, Fair appreciation of further interest on your part will be appreciated.

thing extra choice let us show 20c. per lb.; 'dressed, 23c. per lb. Oaks, and receive reward. 17-3tc We pay 4 percent on savings account on Time Certificates Deposit.
you this proposition. Readyfor John Saults, 601 Amelia avenue. Also
occupancy. 7 minutes two furnished rooms for light house- LOST-White violet pin, set with

walk to business center. We keeping. 12193t'SEVENTYFVE Hammond pearls. &Reward Bunch's if store.returned 122tfIF to ORLANDO BANK & TRUST CO.

call it one of the show placesof DOLLARS will buy
Orlando and believe either of my bird dogs; none better -
you YOU ARE LOOKING for well
need only H. C. McDaniel.
; one.
will agree with us when you 12-19-3tc rooted orange and grapefruit buds, .
see it. Moderate in price. see II. C. McDaniel. Phone 708.

ORLANDO. BUMS & LAND COII cheap, at 208 East Robinson ave- -- .
nue. 12-19-6t NOTICE-I have accepted agency for
Wilson & Toomer's fertilizers in
North Orange Avenue FOR SALE-Nice fat Georgia raised Orange county and will appreciatethe

PHONE 608 turkeys, chickens, eggs, new Geor- patronage of their old customers,
OPPOSITE SAN JUAN HOTEL gia can syrup, and country produce; I and hope to make new friends for this
have a large lot of turkeys on hand I firm. Their Ideal brands are too well SUB-TROPICAL EXPOSITION
FRED B. DALEC. for Christmas orders. W. E. Parnell'l known for any comment at my hands. I
H. BRYANT 217 Boone street. 12-19-3t My experience as a grower of both
DAVIS GILES Course! fruit and vegetables warrants we in
F. A. PEPPERCORN, Contractor FOR SALE-15 acres young grape-' saying, as their agent, I can be of MID-WINTER
fruit grove, part in bearing; ideal real service to those who have grove
location; lake frontage. Will sell ata trouble. I am prepared to give to
bargain. Address the Box not only own experience -
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341, Orlando. 12-15-6tc but that of the firm, which cov- .
ers every detail of the citrus and veg- .A
I Business Directory:1 FOR SALE-Ten acres fine orange citrus industry. II. C. McDaniel. OEL DO. 'TFEE. .. ,
land; about 3 acres cleared; 3-4 of Phone 708.EIGHTEEN. -
:a mile south of Gill's: store and 1-2
mile east of Lake Conway, on terminal AND: A HALF ACRESof
BUSY MEN.\ of proposed brick road. Ad- land on Lake Gatlin; sixteen in 9-13 1915
dress Anna II. Piatt, R. R. No. 1, Box five year old oranges and grapefruit; ,
Who is your painter and decorator? 43, Orlando. 11-24-1m. overlooks four lakes; in perfect con-
If you are satisfied keep the one you dition. Price $12,000. Nothing bet-
have; if not, phone W. T. Entrican, FOR SALE-Fine paper shell pecan ter in Florida, unless it is the prop-
No. 636. 1-20-tf nuts, grown by Fogg & Osteen on erty below described. EDUCATIONALEmbracingAgriculture
their Oak Knoll fruit and pecan
BUYERS AND SELLERSI groves at Altamonte Springs, Fla. TWENTY ACRES, in good neighborhood Horticulture Floriculture Domestic
Fogg & Osteen. 12-18-81 ; fine land; 10 acres in bear- ; ,

buy, sell rent, and exchange real ing trees;trees good .lake Price protection$10,000,; good with Arts and Crafts, with exhibits of Stock, Hogs and Poultry,
estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla, FOR SALE-One seven passenger, crop on
over 30 years.Call Have and handled over first six class cylinder condition.automobile Don't, 1 year answer old, fruit; or$2,000 owner for will same.keep Offered fruit,only deducting and the products of South Florida. Racing, Polo, Sports

$20,000,000.10-6-3m F. A.see LEWTER.WE me. unless interested. Address Bargain, for reasons beyond owners control.. AreoplansLectures and Entertainments of all kinds .
care of Sentinel. 11-14-tf See II. C. McDaniel for particulars.Phone .
LIVERY Irish Potatoes, warrantedfree FOR SALE-Cabbage Plants,Charleston -
from scab or other diseases. Wakefield, $1.00 thousand.:
Drop me a card or phone 708 and let Frank Phillips, Pine Castle.per ': :\ AND MANICURINGI ; ; -For Information or premium list, address

will us talk make over it to your our requirements.mutual advan-I 10-23-tf recently arrived in Orlando and I \VM. R. O'NEAL Sec'y H. H. DICKSON{ Pres.
tage. II. C. McDaniel.Christmas solicit your orders for shampooing.rd
FOR SALE-Forty acres of fine
manicuring work. Drop a cardo
hammock land; eight in grove; the Mrs. Woodward, No. 5 West Rob-
and New present crop of oranges will be from inson, and I will call at your home. IIIIOIIII'IIIIIIIIIJ."IIIIIIIOII"'IIIIIJII'IIIIII111111111 011111111111. .
750 to 1.000 boxes; 500 trees all told, :My terms are reasonable and work
ready for sttting-10 acres in lake, guaranteed. 12-16-61 --- --.
Year one and quarter miles from Apopka. -
Holiday. Price, $5,000. Address W. H., Box Eat all you want.
178, Orlando, Fla. 9-23-tf Eat what want.
you I
Cheap Excursion FaresVia Take a postscript and forget it. I
FOR SALE-Fine cypress fence posts. For sale by all druggists. $ju
Inquire of Frank Phillips, Pine Cas- 17d&wlyrSAINIThO I I
the rte. 9-18-tf i


! Atlantic Coast Line FOR RENT

FOR RENT-:New unfurnished four
Standard Railroad of the South room cottage on pretty lake in SPECIALSpecial
I east Orlando. Write S. Kendrick Two Compression Starter
Guernsey, city. 12-19-1wkc

Tickets will be on sale by the At- FOR RENT-3 room apartment, nice- MADE ESPECIALLY FOR FORDS
f" lantic Coast Line to all points ly furnished, with all conveniences Xmas Sale of Brass Beds at KINCAID
[ South of the Ohio and Potomac and :for light housekeeping, including portable -
f East of the Mississipip Rivers, including lamps and kitchen cabinet; by Will Start Any That
t Washington, Cincinnati, Ev- I i month or season. 301 East Living- Can be Cranked SNOWDEN
ansville, and Cairo, for all trains ston. 12-19-6t* &
December 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, One sharp pull from the
t 25, and 31, and January 1, limited returning FOR RENT-Beautiful dwelling with
January 6th; and to many seat turns the engine over
elegantly furnished; on
f points in the Northwest and South- Lake Lucerne. Jas. A. Knox. two compressions. $20.00 BED SALE PRICE $9.98Finished t
west on December 19th to 24th, inclusive 8-27-tf
and 29th to 31st, limited returning -
January 18. Also to Key SEVEN ROOM, new stucco cottage, Thai 'QUEER SIIAPED WHEEL"
t West and Havana, Dec. 17, 20, 24 one block from Eola park; com-
1 and 27, with limit January 3, 1915. mands fine view of city. Price $5,500. Does [It. in either polished brass or satine finish.
f For further particulars, schedules II. C. McDaniel, phone 708.
; reservations, etc., apply to Ticket See the Sandbo
i Agents, Atlantic Coast Line, or ad- FOR RENT-6 room house with all
dress modern improvements; furnished; We give coupons with all cash sales.

t J. G. KIRKLAND, D. P. A., for$150 light season housekeeping 3 months., $30 One a cottage month., FORD GARAGE

f Tampa, Florida. Room and board for couple of tour-
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ists, $12 per week. Inquire Cooper;
t & Atha. 12-13-1m

c FOR RENT-Rooms, with or without IDEAL :.
l board; also rooms for light housekeeping Kineaid & Snowden
\ .Pin Street.JEWELERS t. ; several apartments from 1
i to 4 rooms, each at very reasonable CHRISTMAS GIFTS
prices. Inquire of F. L. Anderson,
112 West Church street. Phone 459.
12-6-tf Low Priced Furniture House.

i FOR RENT s>even room house; wa- 2 rare fancy wood bottom I
EXPERT WATCH MAKER ter, gas, electric lights, bath, etc.; Cor. Main and Pine Sts. Orlando, FloridaCORDON'S
l barn, stable, chicken house; lot 100 by
200 feet. .Apply at 735 North Orange Serving TraysMay

t I make a specialty of Fine avenue. 10-31-tJ ,. ..
; Watch, Clock and Jewelery Re- be seen at
pairing; Diamond Setting,Ring FOR RENT-Suite of two rooms for
and Spectacle Repairing. light housekeeping; price reasona- Dr. F. F. ThompsonDENTIST
ble. Apply at 502 Osceola street. 210 N. Orange Ave. CARRIAGEAND ;
Bring me repairs others have 12-17-lwkc 1
failed to do, and I will repair W .
them satisfactorily or no charge. FOR RENT-To desirable people, orPhone -
My prices are reasonable. well furnished suite, bed room and 113; S. Orange .Ave, over Curtis &
sitting room with private lavatory. O'Neal's
1 Also single rooms and a garage 656and i DR. L. H. RAMSDELu
CHAS. VATER Splendid location. No. 9 E. Washing- BAGGAGE TRANSFERL OPTOMETRIST Hours 8.30 a.m. to 5.30 p.m.

ton St. 11-29-lmc will be takento Wednesday and Saturdays till 8 p.m
I a sample HARRELL, Prop. I (Sneeesflor to Dr. C. F. LIli7
room boardinghouse 11-6-tf
JEWELEREast ycu for your inspectionand FLORIDAWE
almost ORLANDO -
new; 9 good bed rooms, elec-
Pine Street, at Young's tric lights and bath; $35; per Month. order. Piano and Furniture FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES Eat what you want. "
Repair Shop F. L. Anderson, office 112V.. Church Specialty i Sat all you want.
ll-i-d&w-lm street. Phone 453. 12-G-tf I !MADE\ IN ORLANDO Moving a AND DO ALL KINDS OF For Take sale a postscript and forget it.
by all
k Take a slant at the want ads. 8 E. Church SI.

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DOTS ON DEVELOPMENT Milton has shipped a solid car load The Floridian company will rebuild 1 I

of pecans, bringing growers $2,000. fuller's earth plant at Quincy, recent- One of the Many Great Exhibit Palaces
Madison has a town clock. Goethe Bros. are building a store ly destroyed by fire, to cost $50,000.

Dade City broom factory organ- and theatre building at Leesburg.Lee Florida East Coast railway will Now Completed For the Panama-Pacific

ized.Frank County Investment company is build next year between Maytownand I
Quigg will build store at building a 500-foot pier at Fort My New Smyrna, about seventeen International Exposition, San Francisco,1915

Miami. ers. miles, extending Kissimmee Valley I
a Zephyrhills will have an electric Clearwater has accepted plans for division. II I

light plant. improving Cleveland street dock. Camphor plantation, at Satsuma, r1ii;
1Mt Palm Beach will build a municipal Palm Beach county commissionersare has begun distillation. This is only 7 !
;! stable.Bradentown. receiving bids for court house. camphor farm in United States and

is to have a Sherzer Government will build stone jettyat makes 10,000 pounds crude gum a

lift bridge. entrance to St. Petersburg harbor. season, from 2,000 trees.
Tallahassee is letting contracts for Big tract of land on Peace river is

street paving. being surveyed for ap hosphate com- AS CODRINGTON SEES IT
Pensacola will put down extensive pany. : I
The state supreme court has reversed -
storm sewers. Live Oak will install pumping
Judge Perkins' decision in the
waterworks.Seabreeze is having plans made for build equipment reservoir., drill enlarged well and Sanford brick road controversyandthe I : I II

case now stands practically where I
II. Grundy will erect a business Ortega will have temporary build- I
it wa stwo years ago. Brick are lying -I. ,,.,.;
building at Clearwater. ing to replace school building recent-
alongside the road while the taxpayers
Sarasota is doing extensive pavingand ly burned.
are plowing through sand up I
sidewalk building. Wahnish Sons & Co. have incor- I
to the hubs of their wagons and au-i
Tarpon Springs is considering a porated to manufacture cigars at Tal-
tos. The brick has been paid for out ,
street lighting franchise. lahassee. ,
of bond funds-in other words, the.
Live Oak shipped car load of hogs, reinforced
Jacksonville will build i
people have paid for the hard surfac- iI
netting seven cents a pound. concrete bridge over Hogan's creek, ing materail and ride in sand. All I

New Pinellas Park school building, on Union street.L. the trouble has ben caused by a few I
erected. and others have Copyright. 1914. by Panama-Pacific International Exposition Co.
costing $6,000, being J. knot-headed cusses who insist in having -
New docks and warehouses of Clyde opened bids for a store and hotel their own property enhanced in NORTH FACADE OF THE PALACE OF MINES AND METALLURGY DIMENSIONS, 451 BY 579 FEET-;

Line at Palatka completed. .. building at DeLand.Hundredroom value at; the expense of the whole COST, $359,445. PANAMA-PACIFIC INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION, SAN FRANCISCO, 1915.
Kathleen has been incorporated hotel to be built at county. There are such people in

with W. A. Casebier as mayor. St. Augustine, to be managed by Geo. every community. We have them in
Contract has been let for Dunedin
B. Nicholson.
DeLand toda-people who will fight Newspaper readers would like to
school building, to cost $7,500. Noel A. Mitchell has let contractfor our proposed bond issue for no valid editors in
Crystal Springs is to have a bee- electric light plant at Mitchell's see competition for a prize
reason whatever. One or two of the
hive factory; Rochford & Lord. Beach, John's Pass. opponents here are opponents just to for the most boiled down alleged war THE CHASE & CO
will build office Prairie du
Sponge Exchange Keewatin Academy, news.
oppose; one or two are opposed to
building at Tarpon Springs. Chein, Wis., is contemplating build- any public improvement; and one or PACKING HOUSE A r ORLANDOIs

John E. Bancom will rebuild burned ing at college at St. Augustine. two are fighting the proposition just When Paris gets back on the fash-

store and hotel at Fort Myers. Jacksonville port commissionersare simply because they are not behindit ion job shell have to go some to beat modern fully equipped with the best up-to-
Fort Ogden Mercantile company asking for bids on compress in and will not control the expenditure these freakish styles "made in U. date machinery, and gives the citrus grower the
will build business building at that connection with municipal docks. of the fund. These last fellows S. A." PROPER PACKING

place. Company which is to build railroad won't trust anybody but themselves FIRST AID 1O

Espiritu Santo Springs company from Ocala to Eustis, forty miles, reports -they think they are the only really HIGHEST PRICES
has let contract for 2,500 feet seawell. nearly all capital subscribed. Bankers get money from the fed-
in DeLand the
trustworthy people or which, however, would not accomplish the end desiredby
of the Farmers' Bank and eral reserve banks, but most of us
James A. Hendry will rebuild Building only ones wiht sense enough to spenda the grower, if he did not also have available the services -
burned store at Fort Myers, costing I I Trust company, of West Palm Beach few thousand dollars. DeLand will be satisfied to continue getting I of
$3,000. is to be remodeled, at a cost of $5,000.1 News. it in the pay envelope.


which, with selling forces thoroughly organized, experienced -

competent and reliable.






Office, Jacksonville Florida

9-30-d&w A. R. BOGUE, Agent, Orlando, Fla.


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provide the quality i of furniture that has long

\ % been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the
standard of merit. If an article here it is good.
It wouldn't be here were it otherwise. We can't make
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1,1915 and guaranteed against any reduc-
Our Diamonds are fie V.*hit, ctoces,
carefully select d. You are toubir tion during that time:
protected \\he i buylrg of us >- our I
Gifts bought now laid away experience aacl .ur r spcns.b.;. y. i EVENINGS Touring Car $555.00

until wanted Runabout 505.00 ..

f. O. B. Orlando. All cart fully equipped.

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. Itarther, we will be able to obtain the maximum efficiency
in our factory production and the minimum. cod fa our
purchasing and sale departments if we r aeh a* outfit ef
360,00 can between the above date.
And riw uld we reach this production we agree t* pay aa
the ".y r'e share from SI* to SCO per er (on .r aboetAunwt
v 1,115) t. "enr retail buyer who purchase a new
(Q t Ford car between August 1. 1SU and Aufu 1, ISIS.
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l merely stunned. The sacred amulet Above her flickered a myriad of stars. spy stood a long time in silence beside

which would make her revered by any Like to theatercurtain the place where be had seen the waving -
peepholes some great ,
I savage she chanced to meet was still torch. And there was that In the
which the
t they were through
LUCiLLE bfL hers, while he. Hugo Loubeque. would eyes that looked down at the revolver
master player might watch what waa
+ 4 find every hand against Mm- Iin his hand which told that next time
his world. thrilled
., going on in They
He moved swiftly now, preparing for be would not hesitate to use It.
Lucille with their familiarity. So long a a S
his long Journey through the Jungle.
she had been here In this Jungle she
away from her zealous pursuit and toward For three days Lucille kept very near

possible relief for so long aa he seemed to have forgotten the existence that campfire light; furtive as any of

L LOVEc 6J remained here Lucille had every one of stars regarded them as" tad friends. the animals that prowled about. guard-

These same stars that looked down
for friend and assistant. while be had Ing herself against them by the same

only those be might g li through fear. upon her now were looking Gown upon fire that protected her enemy. At> yes

Manila, upon ber father upon her sweet only the watchfulness of LoulMfe.his .

heart. These same stars were candles catlike slumber prevented aerTar
THE GIRL of MYSTERY Lucille stirred opened her eyes in be-
of truth that would could
wilderment unable to piece together not Dot. on rying out her audacious plot to steal

ny connection between the black bole blushingly look upon such a disaster as the little bag in which he still carried

threatened ber being: consummated.And the .
In which she found herself and the papers.It
t' .
THE ss ;p."MASTER then her were baited stay- the of
BY v j' narrow trail through the Jungle along eyes: 'I' was night the fourth day

yCopyrilbi. which sbe bad urged her horse. Gradually ed in their review of the stars by that she decided to take a desperate

PEN" it all came back to ber. Her the sight of a Ions, thin spiral ol chance the same night that creeping

smoke rising and reacting; toward
bands sought her bosom and. with a

1914 fill moiling victor* rijktjbr little groan of utter misery, she gaVt"way the stars to wispy fragility. It came

r..n.d the \Jniffjal film Mana/a:_ tads $ from miles to tbe westward. But Lucille -
F fund Company, *.hicrt i, not exhibiting 'i' Rat' Y to uncontrollable sobs.
+ knew that smoke for fire and
thlj production Itodirj th alrj. Iftfrirjt- > r. The reaction did her good worked the

-n ntt tail bf c'Ao..u.llpro..cu'. .y s .; s" \,. : wonders with her. In tbat spell of fire to be that lighted by human bands.

F. .. 0.h k...G.. self pity father home sweetheart

I f Lhr V I everything was forgotten before the CHAPTER VIII.

Had she but known this was but another I horror of ber own predicament Kin Loubeque Fights Down a Strange ...

f SYNOPSIS I*; ground of thick shadow behind him. i servile tool of Hugo Loubeque's : Ished with it. she gathered every farul Emotion. .

But there was an omInousness of purpose what future dangers she might have ty. mental and physical and s.ciauib.cd!
Valuable stolen could Dot have explained -
governmental papers are about his very movement about to her feet. Above her as she lifted
been raved! Coming closer she knew
by Thompson follower of Loubeque hi- .. why bad be tried but tbe
ternatlonal spy. from General Love, whom the long gliding shadow of him. that that It wan a stranger. Moreover from her eyes she made out a streak of light; E'CBEQUE thought that Lucille still

Loubeque hates, in Manila. Love's daughter told her instinctively who it was. the crone's wrinkled! threaded between aisles o* 'lens.lead possessed -
i the light upon
Lucille flies to a steamer to recoverthe I Simultaneously with the knowledge ness-the sun piercing I Ii lUlu the the mystic amulet given
in order clear the of' countenance and tbe furious gesticulations her
papers to name by the savage chief for saving hisdaughter's
she became aware of the precious sack She moved forwaru.
Jungle. her baud
Lieutenant Gibson whom she lovesLoubeque she uj.ule toward her she felt that life
In her hand. She made as though to flee before her. groping. Something: soft and which bad servedIn
tampering with the wireless she was the object of controversy! Aud
; such stead
good against hIs machinations
but something horrible about the advancing and motionless and still it caused
on the steamer. is hurt Lucille nurses the daughter of the old chief teemed
him in an attempt to recover the papers.
i hesitate. She felt herself yielding woman with effect She drew back in swift alarm know- True his plot had succeeded the pit
Lucille gets the papers but the ship is
wrecked. She is cast ashore on a Pacific finally to the Inevitable. There could Lucille stood a little apart watching Ing it to be the body of the horse she his servant dug across the trail had

island and is taken by a native chief to be no possible thwarting of such a one the conference as it disbanded. She bad ridden a great feeling of gratefulness swallowed her up and the old native

his hut to nurse his sick child. crone had brought him the precious
as Hugo Loubeque. no chance for her. bad picked up enough of the languageto at her own escape from a similar

The native child is restored to health. a frail weak girL to thwart this man. make out an occasional word but fate warming her through and through. papers. But ho was worried. He felt f

and the grateful natives Idol 159 Lucille i'i With a little cry of despair she start- the gestures of the three bad been un Mastering the innate repulsion wIthinbel' himself at times'almost wishing to be
Loubeque also cast ashore, tries various
ed to flee. He almost her rid of the qualms which bad forbadehis
was upon she stepped the ber
upon corpse
plans to recover the papers but in vain. : mistakable. She waited quietly while .
I when a tall half naked figure dartedto the trio approached her feeling that bands reaching up and finding the serving her with a death sentence. ..

Loubeque baffled forges a message her side. She reached out instinctively smooth edge: of the hole that had been She had the mystic amulet still and.
In some tbe pjjlem that bad
way )
from a neighboring: chief to lure Lucille
and clutched the friendly bare always plotting In advance those
dug across the roadway to entrap her.
away from her friends. She alls into a been harassing her was to be answered
arm. And then she hugged the sack things he wished done. It bothered him
pitfall losing the documents.Loubeque's without further worry on her part. Her fingers found the roots of a tree
i with the and diary to her bosom not to know exactly how the
papers great
roots so stout they bore ber weight
native aid steals the papers j She smiled at the chiefs efforts to
from his master and Lucille takes them I| and her lips moved silently make her understand what he desiredof For a moment she waited gathering power of that amulet was.

from the native after he is killed Hugo Loubeque had disappeared with the of his
by a her smiled and shook her head as her falling streujrth: for the supreme Together uncertainty:
lion. She finds and follows an disappeared as silently as mysteriously with realization of the Intense
effort. Then she sprung up. gathering position.
ground passage in the Jungle. the withered old woman made an
unde"'l as ominously as he bad appeared. equally unsuccessful attempt. But the her knees under her relaxing slightly loneliness hIs Inability: to speak Loubequ Kept a Careful Watch.
Lucille falls Into the hands of But. thwarted the man only seemedto the of he
little girl took the situation in hand. before putting forward every ounce of language any people might
of ape men whose leader drops a
exercise more cunning more des- close upon the camp she saw some
her strength and drawing herself to chance to meet the international spy
lace of priceless rubies which she takes. Without much difficulty- Lucille made
She and Loubeque are rescued from the perate remedies. The proofs of her out from the child that the old woman the warm surface of tbe road. fought his way through the Jungle to thing about the actions of the native

island by a yacht commanded by Captain sweetheart's Innocence had been close from chief than her Lather About her on every side the Jungle more of a spirit of terror than be ever that made her keep very still. She
a greater -
WetherelL to being taken from her this time. She came before. when caught her breath with a little gaspas
I far distant breathed. loathsome fetid horrible. experienced Nights,
who lived In village not -
Foot by foot a con at a time the pile ': must not risk such a chance again. a would she saw the man creep noiselessly
build fires fend off wild
I'! that the wonder of her curative Like some giant monster it seemed to to
of before the international She must leave this place must trust ; toward his .
creeper spy master and purloin from
its tentacles In beasts that gathered to circle and
spread myriad every a
had reached his and be
unfolded Itself the while he prevented I I no longer to these people for protection ability ears, direction stared witb their blazing from about bis neck the precious bag which
the white be barring egress fasteningupon eyes
any knotting. The heap upon the must trust herself no longer to earnestly prayed woman carried the papers she had come so far
the who chanced to out the blackness be would find her ,
one stray
I loaned his wife for a that
'1 own nurse
the fate that seemed so to to
hut floor had almost disappeared before constantly rescue.
within it, sucking at one's vitals. face emerging from the flames.
she might be cured of an Illness which very
look after her. She must hide herself
the constant vibrations ceased and I i As he crept away from bin victim
; "Is It that I love her I
seemed certain to be fataL Tbe chatter of monkeys and the possible as
be knew the savage had finished his : away from the master eye of the spy. I Lucille slowly rested her feet her
shrieks of birds filled the air. loved ber mother? be asked himself.
Lucille from the glum
I i|: Where? It made no difference. She saw expression -
part of the work. He was still smiling. whole soul quivering with delight for
But he
odd fought
But no bow bleak the against thought.
the old chiefs face that even prospect
grimly now, when the native returned i I I I must hIde berself-away. That was on there would be no difficulty with this
his marches
Forcing In desireto
all. though it might bring him Into trouble bow forlorn tbe bope. one always feels mad
and he commanded him to fire the end j ; native compared to the coping of
"I I All through the remainder of the with his neighbor chief he was more courage renewed when one has Just weary his body so at night his brain wits and r'ul'f't'S with the
that was within the but Then Hugo powerful
and averted would succumb to the utter weariness
with her. She also glimpsed a greater danger
than loath
Lucille to
night part
clung to the child she brain and of
body .
Loubeque stepped swiftly out the openi i Loubeque.Lucilles
I had nursed through her illness And saw that the child with the remembrance it. Lucille bad known within tbe quarter that gripped him Hugo Loubeque triedto
tog and strode along the line of creeper I I trolling: of the native was
hour the horror of blindness, and fight away this change that was
now the situation between the pair was of ber own illness fresh upon
rope that wound like some unbe-i I reversed and she the competent white her. bad allowed her heart to go out her heart leaped high witb Joy at being struggling to take place within himself abruptly by a wild cry of
alarm followed l> a loud screech of
lievable monstrous serpent through the : woman became the child while the to the wife in such sympathy that she able to see these things.:: In this He noticed a growing sullenness on y
pain the thud of lilies heavily
lush grass and shrubbery until be came little brown savage sat beside her si- bad persuaded her father to permit the same Jungle witb her In quite as bada the part of his servant a sulky obedi- falling -
a horrid_ ripping sound.
within few of Ludlle's but I I Dimly
a yards
i j predicament was Hugo Loubeqne. ence which came only grudgingly after '
the'chance lently through; the night, her hand kuiums- she glimpMil; the sb i.iowy outlines of
He halted screening himself from ,, and with Hugo Lobeque were the papers rage bad tipped hIs master's tones
clasping the trembling one. throb of delight
Her heart gave; a great n maziiiil-ejjt; !H"ii. hed lifted
observation of some prowling she bad fought so hard to recover. with menacing decisiveness. He decided a.s
Sleep was out the question. There at this' unexpected answer to her though lie listriifd for some his
native byding In the shadow of a could be no sleep while the mighty She bad known there would She spoke aloud her voice trilling a to watch the fellow more carefully -
muhiiie .
prayer. paw : out ami letting
great tree that faced her abode. I I I spy dogged her steps knew where she with the note so foreign to this black abode though at tbe same time laughIng upon nshapeless.
t>e trouble getting away papers ;:1"lII.IIUJo1"I/ she knew for
From far away, back In the direction !'i was. Morning came and passed the Just as she bad determined that that even the animal life was silencedIn at himself for the nervousness the tlulevin-ervalit. Without n thought

from which be had Just come there ID sun striking obliquely down upon the amaze. "Fie shall not keep the papers which was growing upon him.
e M he uni"' t leave. There was no possible of ( m""I'I"'IC'C'Uh n..thing save the
the blackness of the Jungle rip a'I'I village before she dared even stir out- long!" were her words. It was late to the fourth night that
j' chance of regaining civilization |primal rr.-M IIf !W." ill- life she leaped
strange winking star seemed suddenly :. side the but the little daughter of the from here. There might be no chance The thought braced her as would a be finally saw to the fire his servant t'-
; n.iT'i to twinkle upon the ground fade for :|: chief at her side silent and shy. but al- I I I i III another place but there was hope douse of cold water. To right to left I bad prepared and stretched out. stoking her fr-isn! t'se --p.r's.imi'fire.. klck-

a moment then dance swiftly forward I,I ways comforting by her presence. 1 I' before her and behind was naught but / almost instantly Into profound
anti while it was meager sustenance. In, tilt"Hnlierht: lHllt.t, grasping;
toward him. At times the flame would :,, Lucille felt a great desolation upon ; of Jungle.; Which way should she turn slumber. He bad fought against heavy
'anything: was better than tbe strain the haruiii.t II' ell l knot fir jhem alln..1
appear to waver to be extinguished her a sense of fighting a useless bat- to come across the International spy I sleep for the actions of the native
I' ,
I i knowing; Impossibility. Anything appealed ; daMmt t-xssrd the Hon. waved
but always It would reappear again. :' tie that day. A mighty wave of nos- I|i to her so long as it embraced She felt the amulet about her neck I bad been unusually furtive and rest the ton-ti ffjirlf'v.! .

having made brave progress dUrIng!'i talgia seized her In its grip and she a change, for change spelled renewed with nervous plucking fingers. as less all day. The wakening was of The animal uttered a low pniwl.;

the time of Its apparent extinction. felt she could willingly give over everything though seeking to read the answer the most abrupt.
,I hope. Then. too. Hugo Loubeque stood, his<< ground for a moment before
Hugo Loubeque suddenly stirred to animation : to be back in Manila. But the I would be temporarily at least thrown there. Safety lay behind back along He started bolt upright looking In- this menace that darted :,t him then

i thought of Loubeque made her pause. tbe trail in the village of the chief stinctively toward the place where hisservant
I off tbe trail! tucked his tail between his legs and
: She would yet prove to him that un- who bad ber
so reluctantly permitted should have been. But the
Noiseless as any cat despite his bulk. | : In an hour sbe bad mounted thechiefs slunk back into the jungle; from which
der her fragility was a composition to answer the trumped up message man was and the fire .
gone was scat'tering
be moved toward the plrl's but. securing her soul
own horse very rejoicing be bad appeared t>o linespectedly. Lucille
which had needed but the ordeal of from his neighbor. But she did not wildly about as though
the end of the and tossing { the familiar feel of some bent
creeper love at an easy over the wounded man uttering
denied to turn it into
steel, a steel wish safety. She wanted the papers one had Intentionally disturbed It that 1
It the thatched root. Then once Beside her rode the old
upon against which canter. woman a low cry of sympathy as she
even such a one as Hugo and civilization. In which direction to the Jungle beasts
might lose their fear
more he took up his position in the Loubeque might hurl himself In vain." mumbling; continually to herself turned away in terror from the horri-
', go she mut leave to the power that of this man and pounce upon him.
shadow of the adjacent tree. He wait- "But I must from i! as though; she were keeping track of bly wounded torso. Gradually it
get here
: away bad guided her steps so far. but sbe He beard the crackling of twigs under
ed. flexed In every nerve and sinew she told herself. She determined | the devious turns in the wilderness of dawned upon her that the man was
knew sbe make choice.
must quick feet too swift be other
I to than thoseof
of his frame for the result of his strat : get away 'immediately. There was vegetation through which their way led. dead, quite dead. She could not real-
As though ber question was to be in
mall terror caught a glimpse ofa
agem. And always the flame crept i nothing to gain and everything to lose Once Lucille was conscious of a ize it instantly; then tbe voice of Lou
answered for her she noticed the chatter
wavering,: flashing flare of torchlight
closer coming more swiftly now. by remaining here. Primarily she wish vague feeling of mistrust as sbe looked beque's revolver spoke and she uttered
t the
suddenly changing
monkeys /: beard tbe piercing wall of a
One arm thrown carelessly over her ed to find some method of getting backto bark at tbe squat figure of the old observed a wild alarm In their voices man's voice.Grasping her warning cry.

bead with slightly parted lips. Lucille : civilization. The papers meant noth- woman ambling along stolidly as some and. looking up. saw a host an arms The hot hrouzht everything back to
/ his
slept upon her bed of rushes. She ing to any one save Loubeque here heathen idol only her ratlike eyes of them huddled close together then revolver. Loubeque her. She was here not to sympathizeeven

dreamed of her lover. Lieutenant Gibson and Loubeque knew where she was emitting: Sashes" of fire from betweenthe slipping swiftly in wild disorder from I sprang to his feet. Instantly win with one wounded to death but
awake. For Just a second tie waited
and of the happy time when she and his unscrupulous brain would finda layers of wrinkled, brown. droop- tree to tree. Lucille felt a thrill ut there then drew a steady aim to save her sweetheart's honor. She

should clear him of the charge against method of gaining them. She must Ins:: lids something more than uneasiness coming the upon found the sack tul looked back to
leaping torch. The spoke followed
fatter gun
Faster sbe urged her horse as
him. away. where she, could
I see Loubeque ad
upon ber as she stared into the almost
instantly by the shrill
:' She was quite positive some difficulty she saw a clear stretch of trail open-
Some premonition of evil wakened blackness to make out tbe reason for voice of Lucille. vancing.For .
would present itself In making an ing before her her hand continually '
ber. caused her to start bolt upright their alarm. Swiftly she shrank back "Don't shoot! It's a lion" just a second she pau!=ed. Then
escape from the native friends who reaching up and feeling tbe precious
upon the rushes her every sense alert before the blazing balls of tire that Loubeque allowed the revolver to some Impulse governing her she thrust
had Idolized her from burden about her neck. Then she
fairly the moment
her ears fairly peaked with the tenseness were fastened upon ber from tbe drop to his side. Suddenly the wonderof the burning knot of wood between the
of the child's recovery. But they looked back for her escort when the
of her listening. Her first thoughtwas heavy wall of vines and creepers. her being at his camp site struck Interstices of a nearby latticework of
should be easily eluded. ground seemed to soft to slip '
for the little sack In which she ; grow Again tbat crackling of twigs. tbls him and simultaneously his hand vines and slunk stealthily to the right
from under her mount's hoofs and
carried the stolen papers and orders up time In greater volume, and where be- sought tbe sack about his neck. It knowing the spy would follow the

as well as the photograph of her mother send ber hurtling down-down-down fore but one pair of wild eyes had was gone. light instead of herself. Even as she
-she knew not where nor why-down
and the diary which Hugo Lou- I stared at her there were now many Even as he darted forward fighting: watched his movements glorying in
into blackness at which ber hands
beque bad secreted In the oiled belt. eyes. She recollected tbe fires her savage madly against the black: tangle of vegetation the success of her strategy. her hand
clutched vainly clutching nothing from
Hurriedly she clutched the bag. slipping friend had built of nights that the that barred bis way. be was pressed against something cold and
I the dark-down into blackness
a that
to the floor and listening; > Jungle beasts might not disturb them. withheld by some feeling within from damp. She looked swiftly down at
seemed stifling ber until It reached
This time a rustling, rushing sound and up But she,bad no means of lighting a firing the revolver at that torch. He tbe stone ruins beside her, along which
compassed ber
came from directly above her. A leer sciousness.mercifully con fire. Sbe was alone with nothing to could hear the low growls of a wild she bad been walking ruins covered

tog roof of yellowish flame gloweredat assist her save her own Ingenuity. She animal, caught a stray glimpse of Lucille with thick tropical vegetation. She t.

her from the place where tbe Hugo Loubeqne curtly dismissed the retreated slowly fear hanging upon standing over a dark shapeless passed her fingers over the stone she

thatched root had been. For the fraction withered crone who handed him the ber feet holding ber back even as low figure of a man beside the bank of a had first encountered rubbing away

of a second she could not stir before I I i sack containing the documents Lucille growls Indicated that her retreat was little stream, while before the waving the mud and creepers that covered It 1-

the awful menace. Then aa a s S had worn about her neck. In his eyes observed and would probably be taken torch she bad snatched from the camp bo completely.

long tongue of flame reached out : s Kw x i i glowed no light of triumph. First they for a sign of fear. fire of her enemy a great lion was Suddenly without the slightest warning

ward the wall and embraced It f e e had lighted with a strange relief but At the sound the trees were shaken silently retreating. she saw the ground moving mov-

Ing there a second before tD-1 ,' now they seemed fastened upon a violently by another rush of the little Loubeque caught a glimpse of this; inn restlessly as it would move had

flame Joined It and In seeming memory filled with vague regret as tree men. It gave her an Idea Instantly. then In bis efforts to reach ber side some monster mole been burrowing
reached at the same spot ber brain be visualized the girl, lying helpless at Even as tbe eyes grew mIracu- tie was shut from sight; completely. t..nt>:lth its<< surface It was moving,:

dominated the situation. I the bottom of tbe pit be bad caused lously into long graceful bodies Lucille Be tried to stumble back to her wben i moving directly under Loubeque. She

With a wild shriek for assistanceshe I k hIs native to dig across tbe trail. reached up and grasped the thick the ground seemed to kick up Its neela started back:, wide eyed at the spectacle -

darted toward the opening, feeling 4t Ii Suddenly he sprang to his feet once walls of creepers dangling from a giant and slide backward. Oe clutched vain of a great stone door suddenly

the hot breath of the flames nigh I s 'tt; .,, .. :'. II more the man of action Pity this girl, trunked tree. Came a rush so silent ly for support his hands encounteringthe springing wide and hurling the man
i and footed she could bear but the arm of a man. Cold water closed
shriveling her as sbe left It behind daughter or the woman be loved he sure who bad stood upon it to one side completely
I a t might but she faint pat. pat of tbe leopard's feet followed upon him and. still clutching the arm.
From every but poured tbe natives t I was not the sort to lie out of her sight. She advanced -

stopping to stare about them for a second supine while be made away with the by a heavy click of Jaws. In be allowed himself to Boat down the timidly staring about for sign of

<," I for whih she bad stinctively she drew ber feet up under stream for a way Then In a turn be t
before darting toward the bet papers gone through the spy. but was not to be seen.

which bad developed Into a conellK- :; I so much already Suddenly be tore her and. fear lending impetus to her be managed to secure footing and drag She peered<< down the black bole that

: movements, clambered swiftly tbe the body of hIs dead servant horribly
;; open the tilt:. dumping tbe contentsout up had opeted. wonderingly half inclined

burst ot flame roaring menacingly. < : j ii-' before him and running through vines until the welcome crotch of the mutilated by the claws of the lion to to believe herself In a trance. for a

furiously. them nerv ij--lv When be itN.ked np tree supported her shore. But. search though be would flight of stone steps reached up to her.

Lucille was nncoiiM.-ious of everything CHAPTER VII. the light ..r disappointment almost Higher and higher; she climbed until I the little baa that contained the papers I reached up from the blackness a
was not to rt9 found.Loubeque .
for a moment uve that she had fear was! iijion his face. I the terrifying sight; of the leopards blackness:: which her >!could not
A Chief Borrows From a Chief. I f'Yf
escaped the flames. Then something The amulet the sacred amulet which I encircling the tree was shut from her fought; his way back to tbe pierce, try though would.

caused her to return. From behind a going; into the little street hadv<< *>d tier so well would continue eyes by the heavy foliage beneath. I spot where be bad made his fire read- ; Continued they
( in
great tree she saw the figure of a man ON she noticed the chief In earnest to serve her ... well as Ions: as sbe con climbed until her muscles ached climbed IllY !"catinsj; the spot where Lucille bad Sandar' Sentinel)

moving swiftly toward her. lIe made conference with his tinned in tins land was still in HerM until even the crunching of twigs I driven away the lion from his prey Piratical Americans who
daughter and But Lucille had specializein
an old native disappeared, vanished
no sound as he approached: neither | ) t i could woman whom Lucille had no recollection : 1 as completely as though tbe earth bad financing revolutions in exchangefor
sbe see his face for the back croue to steal tbat also And the oldwoman Beneath ner swayed the Jocgle.
of seeing/ about the village before bad j I swallowed her up The International concessions have a new field-oilfields
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PERSONAL. SERVICEDifferent OrlandoMr.

t Richard Goehring, of New haven -

Conn., is among the new comersto .........
Orange county, but he will make .
I,his permanent residence in this sec- -I(Jiiil (111( cir1( '"st ,. .

From Many tion, having purchased a tract of land ",
I I from Messrs. Cooper & Atha, southeast A way to spend money yet hecj> itl!
i of town, and will begin at once .

PresentsUnlike to make improvements thereon. lie COLD PIECES: 3 .
also intends to engage in the fruit j
and poultry business.Mr. $2.50 to $20 in an attractive i

plush lined>ox.
most things for Christmas, a John B. Coarsey the popular .
traveling representative of Lee Roy : \
Bank Account with the State Bank of
Mjers, Savannah, Ga., is spending to- v/itli engraved picture on same : I. ;
Orlando increases in value instead of de day in Orlando, a guest at the San neatly framed, or Santa Clans '" I

creasing. Juan. Landing it to the one openin tucCHECKS .

This is a wise gift for father, mother, Miss Edna Brewer, of Cortland, N. ar'olt :r. !l I 1
Y., who is spending the winter at -I
daughter or son. :
Winter Park, will be the guest over
I Four Per Cent Paid on Savings Accounts. Christmas of Mr. and Mrs. Merle Mc- I. In -Xiuas colors, in an any denomination -

Elroy. I in Orlando, Jacksonville, :

: ; : or i N. Y. Exchange. An excellent .
Mrs. Minetta Hill and daughter, ]'I
to an account for -
way open any
Miss Athena, who have been visiting I
INTEREST PAD ON DEPOSITS'' Col. and Mrs. F. X. Schuller at their :, friend or member of the family t t ,

home, 207 Ridgewood avenue, left SANK
yesterday afternoon for their homein : .
Atlanta.Mr. _. -___ ; in holly covered box, with booklet I''j": .
Miss Evelyn Spencer, a student at : on Savings. 'n':' ."<,: .
LOCAL AND PERSONAL I W. M. Coble, the popular trav- .
I the Cathedral school, left yesterdayfor '
Miami, where she will spend the eling freight agent of the Macon, '. :?', 'it is a pleasure) to serve you. ... ".

Dr. Thompson has returned froma Christmas vacation with her parents.Mr. Dublin & Savannah railway, with

two days business trip to Ocala. headquarters in Jacksonville, was cir- ,.
culating among his friends in this -
Leroy Leslie, of Kissimmee,
25 lbs. sugar for $1.00. Dave short while' in Orlando city yesterday.Mr. .
spent a yester-
Caruthers' Cash Grocery, 7 East day en route home from Charleston, : .tl t a iT iTL
Church. 12-19-2t S. C., where he was a student at Por- Peter Vonder Heiyde, of New -, j L rJ
ter's Military College. York, who has been spending several\ :

Capt. C. H. Baker made a visit to days in this section, a guest at the .' .
Kissimmee yesterday on matters of Tremont, left yesterday for the :
Joseph E. Empie, of Santiago, .
nature. North. He intends to return to Orlando i .' '
agricultural 1-------
an J 1 >:
Cuba, whose mother, Mrs. J. L. Em- = : I ,
after the holidays. I "' ...
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pie, died Friday afternoon, arrived -
Mr. J. E. Turner left yesterday af- 1-----1
last night and will remain in Orland],
ternoon for Tampa and points in the I for a short time with his brothers and j', Mr. B. F. Leonard, a former well '_ 1'i
Manatee section. I known citizen of Orlando, but now I|
father. Mr. is of
I Empie manager a;L '
large sugar plantation near Santiago (district manager of the Southern
Before having pictures see "l emotion 'i Practical Xmas Suggestions
He has many friends here who are Weighing and Inspection Bureau, i
pictures" at Evans', 100 North pleased to see him.F Jacksonville, spent yesterday in Or-I
Main. 11-25-tf lando business.
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Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Lawton enter Mr. Roy Starbird, who has been i GIFTS THAT ARE[APPRECIATED THE YEAR ROUND
tained Mr. Lawton's father and mother
from Orlando the first part of attending the Georgia Military Acad- I Manicure Sets Toilet Sets
emy, at College Park Ga., was in Or-
this week.-New Smyrna Breeze. Combs BrushesMilitary
F FOR SALE I lando yesterday en route to his homein I Mirrors Sets .
Apopka to spend the holidays with
Mr. James Miler, one of the promi Stationery Safety Razors
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A.Y.. Star-
nent and influential citizens of Kis I Perfume Eastman Kodaks
simmee, spent yesterday in Orland I Vanity BoxesWaterman's Travelers Cases

on matters of business.Mr. Fountain Pens Cigars
2300 acres of unimproved Mrs. Mary Hall, of Warren, Ohio, i! Infant Sets PipesHuylers

and Mrs. Claude Butcher and pine land fine is among the popular guests at the Page & Shaw Candies Card Cases
Ill. Wyoming hotel, having arrived yes- Face Bags Toilet Water
daughter, of Macomb, are pleas
truck and fruit land, big terday over the Atlantic Coast Line
tntly located at the home of Mrs. J
E. Foster, 411 South Boone street. portion of it has clay train from Jacksonville. Mrs. Hall No War Prices on ANY of Our Goods
has spent several winters in Orlando
and marl sub'soil. Si
and friends
many are giving her a
Mrs. L. G. Smith arrived yesterdaj* ---- -- ----
uate on County road warm welcome.Mr. .
from New York City to spend th e
winter with her sister, Mrs. Juliu!s within seven miles of
King, No. 9 Concord avenue. Orlando. J. II. Grogg, of the firm of
Dudley & Grogg, Parkersburg. j McIroy'sPharmacyAgents

Mr. and Mrs. Sam Griffin drove I 54.40 an acre will buy Va., is very much interested in this ..
over from Orlando last Friday for a this tract and the propo- section and writes to friends here that
visit with Mr. Griffin's mother-New if he can get in touch with the true
Smyrna Breeze. sition is a "cinch" as a state of affairs in this part of Florida I
small investment. This may bring his family down and locate Phone 20

Mr. D. 11. Gilbert, a well known ; price is for quick sale. i I in this chosen section." :
seed man Monticello, spent yesterday I -
in Orlando looking after the If you want this land Mrs. W. S. Richardson of Green- : .

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season. : lando friends, being a guest of the i :
: Childs House for the season. This I G
The Misses Helen and Julia Stein is Mrs. Richardson's twentieth con- '
f metz, of Norristown, and their uncle secutive visit to the City Beautiful ...

[' J. B. Steinmetz, of Wekiwa Springs,, SlDohefSon I' and she has a large circle of friends c' ARtEY- .
were in Orlando yesterday. The who always welcome her return. I f D.1VID50f \ I

r Misses Steinmetz arrived the first off ; i --- I -

the week from Norristown, Pa., and I ; REAL ESTATE I Mr. and Mrs H. W. Ballantine, of
f will spend the winter with their father East Orange, N. J., are again greet- I
: at their uncle's delightful home a t No. 3 WEST PINE STREET ing Orlando friends, being guests at

t Wekiwa Springs. They have many Second Floor the Wyoming hotel for the season. I
friends in Orlando who welcome their Mr. and Mrs. Ballentine have spent

F t return. several seasons in the City Beautiful
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f. -. and have many friends who are
f.f pleased to have them down again.
f Miss Dorothy Siemens arrived last '.
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evening from Tallahassee, where she
6 Miniature Orange box for $1.00
is a student at the Florida State Col-
t 10 lb. package for $1.35 prepaid 20 lb. package for \
; $2.00
lege for Women, and is the guest of
prepaid. her brother-in-law and sister, Mr.and ; 1915 HARLEY-DAVIDSON-II Horsepower 3-Speed Sliding Gear Transmission Automatic

Mrs. Richard P. Marks, at their homeon Mechanical Oil Pump. Step-Starter and 66 Refinements, $275.00.

Wright Seed Company East Duval street, for a brief visit
before returning to her home in Or- Orange Avenue
r Phone 179 206 So. Orange Ave. lando for the Christmas holidays.-. i! Fla.I .

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