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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 22, 1914
Publication Date: 1913-1918
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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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 Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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V.TME TWO ORLANDO, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 22 1914. NUMBER 268.,-

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STATE PROGRESSBY I BOARD I OF TRADE HELD BRUTAL MEAATTACK RETREATING SAYS FUNERAL SERVICES OFLYESTERDAY L.IP. ''SPEEDERS' GIVE.




ALLIES MEETING LAST NIGHT I PETRO GRAD P. DEAN- I I: $$50 TO CITY


ORLANDO BOOKLETS ARE MANAGER OF ORLAND HO- :!

t IN HANDS OF PRINTER; II TEL AND CAFE DIED

PARIS DISPATCH SAYS ALLIES SOON COMPLETED BELATED DISPATCH TELLS REPORT FROM: RUSSIAN SUNDAY MORNINGi I I FIVE SPEEDERSRRESTED

MAKING APPRE- r OF ATTACK ON AMERICAN : CAPITAL SAYS GERMANSARE I I I i ; AND FINED $10 EACH IN
Resolution Passed That Railroad : Held in High Esteem-His
CIABLE PROGRESS I WOMAN ON THE RUN I POLICE COURT
Commission Order Union i Death Came as a Shock ,


FIGHTING IS FURIOUS AT ARRAS Depot for to City Be Built I I WAS THE WIFE E OF BRAZIL MAN FIGHTING ON TURK TERRITORYRussian to Community the Entire DRUNKS BEFORE "HIS HONOR"


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Allies by Brilliant Work Gain The. Board of Trade met in the I Silliman Has Demanded From Troops Have Best of The funeral services of L. P. Dean, Many Arrested for Drunkenness

Tourist Headquarters last night with the popular manager of the Orland

Foothold on Approachesof Seth Woodruff, president, in the chair. Gutierrez a Full and Imme- Turkish Forces-\lessage: hotel and cafe, who died at 6 o'clockSunday and Disorderly Conduct

First Line of Ene- Reports were made as follows: diate Investigation of From Constan- morning, were held yesterday Many: Minor:

J. II. Reese, for the advertising afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the Cases
my's Works I subscription committee, reported the Attack tinople residence of Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Top-

collected and balance of liff, his wife's parents, on Jackson
$1,095 a over The and
police got busy Saturday
Paris, Dec. Appreciable prog- Mexico City, Dec. 15.-By( courier Petrograd, Dec. 21.-The German i
: $400 to be collected turned over to street, the services being conductedby Sunday with such effectiveness thatfi'"e
the French forces in north Poland, seventyfivemiles
ress was reported by war to El Paso, Dec. 21.-Acting on em-
the Order of Moose, of
Loyal
collect.
the secretary to automobile
office tonight in summing up today's I phatic orders from Washington, Silli northwest Warsaw, are re- speeders were arrested -
operations along the battle line in i I C. E. Howard, for the publicity 1 man has demanded from Gutierrez a treating over the border into Ger- which the deceased was an ardent taken to police court and assessed
committee, reported the Orlando member, and the Rev. Dr. J. E. Wray,, fines of each with viola.ting -
$10 charged
Belgium and France where heavy; full and immediate investigation of many, according to an official an-
booklets to be in the hands of the I pastor of the Methodist church, and the speed limit, and in case
. nouncement made by the headquarters every
fighting took place at several place the murderous attack by the Mexican -
when the Germans made desperate printer and a proof is expected in the officers last Sunday night on a prom- I' of the Russian general staff here the Rev. Dr. Jno. Stagg, pastor of paid their fines, the city thus receiving
near future. lie reported that the the Presbyterian church. i and fear into motor
$50 throwing
h efforts to regain their lost positionsMost : inent American woman, Mrs. Robert tonight. The communique follows I
and of the The funeral service was largely attended -
of the furious encounters occurred -newspapers secretary I' Ollinger, wife of the traffic managerof "In the direction of Mlawa tr- .-1 I circles.
board are collecting additional names and a large floral offering These arrests the result of
came as
is toward 1
district retreating .ten-
in the from a point the Aguila Oil company, and her emy
for free subscriptions ordered by the .I in evidence, a fitting contribution to action taken last week by the
.. special
and On left
burg Neidenburg.
just north of Arras, south to the region brother, Charles Seifert. e
county commissioners, and that the the memory of the departed, who was
council
to
of Noyon. Northwest of Puisa- The Americans were on their way bank of the Vistula there is no city prohibit speeding.
members were requested to assist.A held in esteem and regard by his
liere and south of Noyan the allies, to a dance at the American Club change. In Galicia the advance of Several stop watches arrived on Sat-
communication was read from Austrian has been many friends in Orlando and by the urday and were put to good use by
by sapping and mining, reached the< when they were accosted by two offi- the army finally
approaches of the first line of trenches Clarence Leland, Westborough, cers, one of whom tried to embracethe stopped by the Russians whose fur- hundreds with whom he came in con- the police to nab the offenders.
Mass., that he desired to erect an tact from all parts of the country.At Those who fined Arthur
were were
and by a brilliant attack gained a woman but was knocked down by ther activities are proceeding satisfactorily -
amusement building in some Orlando the funeral several selectionswere Peel
Officer
arrested
Meadows, by ;
foothold on the defensive works of Seifert. Both officers fired at Seifert
the enemy.In park. but missed and the woman leaped in The Russian troops have made such rendered by Mrs. Jas. L. Giles Mr. Steinspring, arrested by Officer

Saint 'Mardwood the French also The secretary was ordered to request front of her brother when the Mexicans headway against the Turks that the and Miss Eliza Wright, one selection Hilpert; J. O. Miller, Frank McMillanand
the to and look I being "Asleep in Jesus." Followingthis
made notable gains. The British gentleman come fired again, one bullet going fighting in the region of the Caucasusis John Anderson, arrested by Offi-
I around and make a definite proposi- the Loyal Order of Moose held Mc-
violators :
troops today retook most of the< through her hat, the other grazingthe i now taking place entirely upon cer Smith. Of these
trenches they had lost in the fighting tion.A. head of Seifert.In Turkish territory. The Turks are its regular funeral service, followed Millan rode a motorcycle. .. J. -, !!
later interment, at which time the
communication by
before Lihons, southwest of Peronne. was presentedfrom the confusion the couple darted suffering very heavy losses in the vil- The full quota of drunks came before .-
the railroad commission Moose again participated in the
state services -
Four successive attacks of the Germans I into a church. The Mexicans fired ayet of Van. Many Arabs, whose His Honor. There were five of
their action in permitting at the
in an attempt to recapture the defending I against the church door, but by this feet and hands are frozen, and are grave. these. Some paid and some didn't.
mixed and trainon He of the most
freight was one popular
trenches previously taken by the allies a pasenger time a load of army officers from a otherwise suffering severely from the They were Olon Warther, arrested by
the Seaboard from Wildwood to hotel men in Florida and enjoyed a
in this region were repulsed. nearby hotel arrived and whisked the cold, have been captured. Officer Denton; Frank West and a
Orlando because of a lack of suffi- large acquaintance. He was a ster-
; Arras is again under bombardment two officers away. Mr. Anderson, arrested by Officer
cient business. I I I ling business man and had a delightful -
by the German guns but the reply o:f Consuls at Constantinople Carter; Frank Williams, arrested by
Also letter from the commission
personality.
1 the French batteries late today per- a "PEG 0' MY HEART" Amsterdam, Dec. 21.-A messag- Officer Collins; Joe Kirkland, arrest-
relative to the Lakeland-Sanford accommodation He is survived widow and I
by a
; ceptibly weakened the attack. from Constantinople states that the ed by Officer Carter for being drunk
train on the A. C. L.. three children. He leaves two sisters
"Peg o' My Heart, Oliver Moros- ,
Several German guns have been si- Russian consuls from Beirut, Tripoliin and using profane language; and Otis
giving reasons why it was discontinued. Miss Flora Dean and Mrs James
co's most talked of success, which returns -
lenced. After a series of furious Syria; F.rzerum, and Messine have Byrd, arrested by Officer Carter for
Both letters were ordered filed. and brothers O. W. Dean I
to the Orlando Opera House on King, two ,
drives by the French against the Ger- been brought to Constantinople with being drunk, using profane languageand
On motion by Col. J. N. Brad- i F. M. Dean all of Kansas
a and City.
Wednesday next, is one of the rare
mans, the former are now within five their secretaries and servants. : disturbing the peace.
shaw, a resolution was passed requesting comedies with I lie member of the Methodist
a reason to offer for I was a
the of Lens the
miles of town on Other offenses were a Mr. Straley,
the state railroad commis- church and of the Order of
its existence Loyal
in
a comedy which ;
west and two miles on the northwest. TilE YOWELL-DUCKWORTH COMPANY i arrested by Officer Broom and fined
sion to order the Atlantic Coast Line humor and whims blend Moose.
The French occupied the forest near delightfully CHALLENGE YEE $1 for running his automobile with-
1
and Seaboard Air Line railroads to
the road between Noulettes and Sour with pathos. Some one has added 110 KIANG out a light; II. J. Lester, arrested by
build a union depot in Orlando, based tears to smiles, and thus defined hu MRS. riGGETT DIED YESTERDAYMrs.
chez and all of the first line
captured Officer Peel, and fined $1 for turninghis
upon the fact that there are not suf- Be that definition correct
mor. "Peg
of German trenches between this: I i I The Yowell-Duckworth company, team on Church street and Or-
highway and Notre Dame de Loretta, ficient facilities for traffic. a' My Heart" and humor are synony- after hearing Mr. Yee Ho Kiang's E. J. Figgett, 73 years old, ange avenue; Mr. Sloan, arrested by
The secretary was ordered to send resident died her
winter
southwest of Loos, which is north- mous. announcement at the Lucerne theatre a yesterday, Officer Broom for turning his auto-
the resolution to the state commission i The story is one of singular appeal, remains being shipped to Finecastle,
west of Lens. last night, that he could escape from I mobile at the corner of Church street
and copies to the railroads.The it Va. last the A. C. L. A
dealing as does with a young girl night over
wooden box made and
any nailed on and Orange avenue; Ed Levy, arrested -
names of Messrs. Tenny and whose father has with the I accompanied the body to Vir-
eloped nephew
DROPS BRYAN'S BROTHER the stage of the Lucerne theatre by by Officer Broom for riding his
Townsend were presented for mem- youngest daughter of an aristocratic ginia. The remains were prepared
t anyone man or set of men, have decided bicycle on .the sidewalk; II. J. Dick-
President Will Not Appoint Him to bership. and wealthy English family. They to challenge this Chinese magi- for burial by Undertaker Hand. son, arrested by Officer Peel for run-

Interstate Trade Commission reach America, where Peg is born. cian, and agree to furnish the box ning his automobile without lights;

f Soon after her birth her mother dies. and two carpenters, as follows: I and Arthur Pope, arrested by Officer

Washington, Dec. 21- President THAW MAY BE RETURNED Peg is brought up by her father, who "Mr. Yee Ho Kiang, Chinese Magician LOSES LIFE IN AERO WRECKLieut. Carter for riding his bicycle on the ;

Wilson will not appoint SecretaryBryan's does not correct her, arguing that Lucerne Theatre, City: sidewalks. ;

brother Charles to the inter- "It is the original sin that is breaking "We the Yowell-Duckworth company Ada Fisher was arrested by Officer

state trade commission, the World Jerome Thinks lie Will Be out in you, and indeed you are hereby challenge you to escape Goertner Was Drowned Carter for using profane language a;

was told tonight. Most of the men : Taken Back to Matteawan not responsible for it; it's me." This, from a wooden box to be furnishedby Near Oceanside, Cal., and and disturbing the peace, and fined :

under consideration have been elimi- -Thaw Refuses to Be according to Peg, is a grand way in us, made of one inch plank, all Pilot Muller Saved $10. The witnesses in the case were 1

nated, and Mr. Wilson hopes shortlyto : InterviewedNew which to bring up a child. Rea Mar- nails used to be at least three inches After StruggleLos Ada Baker, Rosalia Anderson, Bertha i

send to the senate several names I tin's interpretation of the characterof long, the box to be roped with heavy Jones and Belle Mayfield.Jim .

which will be calculated to give the York, Dec. 21.-State author- "Peg" leaves nothing to be desired, rope after being nailed together. The Angeles, Dec. 21.-Lieutenant Jackson was arrested by Officer ..
nailing of the box to be done by two
for not in a day have Orlando
country great confidence in the new ities had not made their many Collins for fighting and was fined J
tonight
up theatre been carpenters in our employ in full view F. J. Goertner, an observer on army
commission. goers so delightfully of the audience, at the time of your $2.50. _
minds what action would i
as to they
Some of Secretary Bryan's friends amused as they were last season by act on Wednesday evening of this aeroplane number 29, was drownedoff Otis Ripley, arrested by Officer ;

have wondered for many months why take in the case of Thaw when the her artistry. She is well qualified in week without, you to escape from the box Oceanside, and Captain Hollis G. Collins, was fined $10 for disturbingthe

he has not picked out a nice positionfor prisoner was returned to this city. every way to follow her predecessor, traces breaking whatsoever.the box or leavingany Muller, pilot, was saved from the peace and using profane lan- 1

his brother Charles, his adviserfor I Jerome said he expected nothing less Laurette Taylor, who played Peg for "Yowell-Duckworth Co. wreck today, according to a telegram guage. The witnesses were Lulu and
604 consecutive performances at the "E. G.
and the active Duckworth"SEVENTH '
many years now now than an ultimate return to Mat received here from the United States Tom Galloway.
head of the Commoner.The Cort hteatre New York. Miss Martin -
teawan, but he believed Thaw wouldbe GRADE "LIT" PROGRAM headquarters at San Diego.
trade commission position will is surrounded with an excellent army
tried for the offense of That Orlando is real distributing
conspiracyfor cast, whose work has been favorably According to the telegram :Muller: a
pay $10,000 a year. which he has been extradited, and commented on. and Goertner, upon finding engine point for Santa Claus was shown yesterday -

'if he were convicted he would be The Seventh Grade Lit," organizedfor trouble; attempted to land at Ocean- ; when Postmaster McLean
RAMSEY UNINJURED BUT AUTO forced to serve his term. Upon the stated that the local office had dispatched -
J. B. MAGRUDER, JR., SUSTAINS work, but willing to play, held its side. They lost control and the machine -
SUFFERED I expiration of the sentence for con- INJURY second regular meeting Friday after- : fell into the ocean before rescuers 11 pouches of letters and
: spiracy he will be taken in custodyand registered mail yesterday and 150
noon. The program, opened by little reached the scene. Lieut. Goert-
.' City Engineer Ramsey, while turn- placed at 1Iatteawan.I J. Magruder, Jr., yesterday suffered :Miss Janie Culver, who gave a com- ner lost his hold and drowned. Capt. sacks of parcel post packages, 85 per

ing his machine near the fertilizer a severe cut over his temple ical Christmas recitation, was good. Muller became exhausted but was cent. of the parcel post packages being -

works yesterday, struck a wagon I Manchester, N. H., Dec. 21.-Thaw when the axe from an employe's hand The tragic part of the program was saved. insured. This will help to show

f drawn by a pair of mules. Forty dollars when informed of the decision of the slipped and struck him. The cut was furnished by Sarah Cox, whose reci- the immense amount of labor expended -

worth of injuries were sustainedby court today refused to be interviewed of such a nature as to require five tation, "The Mistletoe Bough," was BRITISH SANK GERMANS in meeting the demands of the
the machine, but Mr. Ramsey escaped and denied himself to all callers. stitches Christmas shoppers.
i! i Dr. Person being the attending very good. "Christmas Echoes, by

injury. i! physician. The injury is not considered seven members of the "Lit," was very Buenos Ayres, Dec. 21.-The commandant -

U. S. BARS EXPORT I serious and it will be a matter interesting. The most entertainingpart _of the Argentine cruiser San
TO[0 PLAY FOR CLUB CUPGolf
: ABLE TO TELL TIME NOW of a few days until he is around of this meeting came, however, Martin relates that in the Golfe Nuevo -

Britain Does Not Agree and spring-I again. when "The Day After Christmas" he met the British cruiser Carnar-

Rice Confers With was produced. The misery of a small von and exchanged visits with her
of Orlando Coun-
Ten New W. U. T. Electrical on Subject I Hon. O. P. Newton, of Providence, boy, the anxiety of his elder sister, commanding officer. Players
R. I., whose regular visit to Orlandofor try Club Will Have Three
Clocks Were Installed and the gravity and wisdom of the The engagement of December 8,
London, Dec. .-The decision of the winter has been delayed by medical profession were all shown which resulted disastrously to the Days This Week to

Yesterday in Washington government against II i reason of his son's serious illness, of true to live by Alex Robinson, Kate German squadron, was discussed. The Play for Cup .

I. OrlandoNew I the shipment of submarines in parts typhoid fever, writes that "after 21 Johns and Albert Holbrook, respect- commandant of the St. Martin was

: is the subject of conferences in :i days of anxious waiting I am thankful ively. The program ended by the informed that the German cruisers Golf players who are members of

Western Union Telegraph Washington between Ambassador to say my son has passed the critical presentation of Christmas gifts to opened fire at a distance of 13,000 the Orlando Country Club will have :,

electric clocks were installed yester- i I Spring-Rice and Secretary Br'an.1 i stage and we hope to see him Hiss Wilkins, a beautiful fountainpen yards The British vessels held their the opportunity of playing eighteen

day in ten business houses in Orlando. -:I The British government does not''I able to be around the house by New being presented by the boys of fire until they were within 8,000 yardsof holes on any one of three days this .

The clocks were placed at the agree with the American interpretation j' Year.s' That is the doctor's predic- the class. the enemy. week-Thursday, Friday or Saturday. J.I

that the exportation of subma- tion. If he is able to travel at that The British squadron had four men Before starting out to play each player -

following: People's National Bank, ,; rines in parts is a violation of neu- | date, we shall take him along to Orlando DR. WRAY TO LAKELAND killed: and fifty-six wounded. Noneof must declare his intention of playing -

San Juan Garage company's ga.rage, trality. It is not understood, how- where I think he would gain the wounded has been landed; they to Mr. Davidson, the professional

Grand theatre, Orlando Auto and ever, that any formal protest has ( very rapidly. Dr. J. E. Wray, for the past two are all being cared for on board. coach and director of the club, who

Supply company, Orlando Water and been ma-:e. On the contrary, the years pastor of the Methodist church, will also give the players their handi-

Light company, J. A. Cox, Estes I repress ita Jons are said to have been t Big Crowds at Curtis & O'Xears.1 j leaves for Lakeland, his new charge, THE WEATHER cap. The lowest score established

Pharmacy, Reporter-Star, DeLaney's of a most informal character. They always have just what is needed I today, where he will reside. The during the three days' play wins the

Pharmacy, and the Orlando Phar- I There is no indication here whether for that Christmas present. Watch 'jour Methodist church pulpit here will be Florida: Fair and somewhat colder club cup. AH scores will be fully

JL:. J. I-;:-_::':_:eon wil alter its decision. windows, you will see it. filled by Dr. Ley, of Lakeland. I Tcesday. Wednesday fair. tested so there will be no question.


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FIVE FLAGS HAVE FLOATED Up U. date panting, papering, etc., NOTICE
OVER FLORIDA All a ile and occupation license -
is the kind you want. Where to get
c STF.S STES { STFS 1STF.SiSTFS j STF.S STE. (Continued from Page Seven.) it? That's easy, phone 636. W. T. October to his ve been is to overdue notify all since delinquents Fin I Ice CreaM

Vt Vl Entrican. 1-20-tl ly said license tax on
fitting a gentleman and a warrior.
j or befor mber 25th; that those
He, too, was disappointed and in the
XMAS PRESENTS remainin nquent at that time
i om end found death instead of that for Don't wait for every one In town to I will be i i. rmed against in the crim- AND ICES
which he searched.The have Entrican the painter before inal court of record.
171u Am too to look ; J. F. GORDON,
you try. busy you '
:
French HuguenotsA up. Phone 636, and I will be on the Sheriff of Orange County. For Xmas Dess.Telephone .
small band of exiled French job. 1-20-tl 12-15 to 12-25c
I 1 Pullman Aprons,| Huguenots came in 1561 and made a I
settlement on the banks of the St. t
{2So Those European editors who speakof Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand's
Johns. They remained there until
Tourist Traveling Cases. the sacrifice of blood and treasure Coal Yard phone 566. 9-31-tf 664New
1565, when the Spaniards under Men-
being cheerfully made not
1 may mean
endez proceeded against them from
?> Travelers riting Sets. to lie, but that "cheerfully" seems out
the then fortified
town of St.
Augustine -
ga) Parisian Ivory Sets. 41 massacreing all. of place. ; SOMETHING NICE! York Ice Cream
i ; Two years later the French sent
out an expedition t'o recapture and Appointments for residence workin My Specialy

[[I Ice Hot Vacuum Bottles. rebuild Fort Caroline, on the St. manicuring, shampooing, facial Two Beautiful Boilrlng Lois WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Johns, the Huguenot settlement. This and scalp massage, chiropody made
tn by 'phoning Orland. Only professional On South Avenue
Parker Fountain Pens Orange ,
they did and the banner of France services rendered. 12-18-4t. I: Brick Creams in Stock
Lake Lucerne
( sailed over Florida.In near splendid
(77o Playing Cards in Cases. 1586 England came into the picture I view of the lake, only
(77g! Now is the time to order GRIF-
and a fleet under Sir Francis : 2 1-2 blocks from business
FING'S ROSES. W. H. Brokaw.
Perfumes and ToiletVaters.. Drake landed at St. Augustine, engaged salesman. 12-16-tf I center, nice big shade trees
, O u): lil( ) the Spaniards, captured and __ I shrubbery, &c., adjourning C. H Hoefler

ftm Xmas Cigars in Xmas Boxes. 1i) burned the town. The English flag PHONE 646 I )lot's to one of the best residences '
was then raised over Florida.
i_ in For sale Residence 205 Liberty St.
The Spaniards again got possessionof AUTO FOR HIRE city.- by I I

5TU Florida but by the treaty of Paris, FIRST CLASS REPAIRING- WALTER W. ROSE I 1 I I Corner Mariposa

1763. Florida was exchanged by the BARNARD & SON REAL ESTATE FACTORY AROUND THE CORNER
Soi Spaniards for Cuba, then an English I
I 11 Hughey Street Orlando, Fla. Rooms I & 3 Watkins Block !
tolo possession. English rule of Florida Phone PRICES REASONABLE
u passed in 1783, when by another 12-10-1m j I 555
ETEPAMATI Y
treaty the Spaniards again came into
possession.The. r.
Ii] Flag of the U. S. A.
I 1 1I The hand of the United States was .
first felt in Florida in 1803, when .
the Louisiana territory was ceded tothe
(0lo u PHONES young nation by France, who had .
) -f previously acquired it of Spain, being
claimed as part of the Louisiana pur- Xmas Suggestions
1S3 I. :
I 61 and 95 chase. Spain denied that France had.the
1 right to cede the country to the
io) United States, and when the flag of
B the infant power was raised over

|fla,5TE5*, ['!lSTESIIIJ5.TF..slt' STF..s1lj,I( p T EJ cJiffiB}| 5TEoi|!(13 c pr..ctffH:>{; ,j'i hoHDOSEHQQ1 Florida opposition was registered bythe

the when Spaniards.friction the United continued This was States in until 1811 bought 1819 and, Are You a S. P. U. G ? .


Spain's claim. The country, or the I I

claim[ of Spain, however, was not
nNi turned over to the United States un- Did think of
'MRRIS tHy 1820. you ever going to the

Spain was paid $5,000,000 for her
claim to Florida. This was the first GAS OFFICE to look for Xmas presents -

big deal known of the peninsula, but
since then there have been some big- ?

PAINT ger. This opened up the country to
,
emigration and the rapid settlementof
the wilderness began. This was
forjpstewjtfiingEasy the first serious attempt which had Perhaps you never have, but we
I been made to colonize Florida, and

to use. under the Stars and Stripes the settlers want you to see what we have this year.
-- established their homes in moreor
to buy. .
Easy less safety--often less, as the Seminoles -

were a constant source of an-
Small cans. noyance. We carry only the latest and best

The settlement of the
country was
16 Colors and resisted by the Seminoles and the Gas Appliances in the market.
war continued for twenty years, more
ALL GOD. .or less. Osceola, the greatest chiefof
I.
the Seminoles, led his people
.
Present which will be
Wears well. I against the whites time after time appreciated.ORLANDO .

with success, burning homes, massa-
Looks well. creing settlements and laying waste
fields. It was not until after his capture -

: that great headway was made

) What more against the aborigines.Five Flags in. All WATER & LIGHT CO.

can ask?
you Five flags in all have floated over
,
the: different forts occupied by soldiers -
GAS DEPARTMENT
sent to hold an imaginary or
real claim to the land. The nationsof
SOLD BY
the world met in Florida to settle J
their grievances and no section of
Jos. Bumby Hardware Co., the earth has changed owners more .
than Florida.
I-LAN"DO. As a land of romance Florida has


no quests and ignis equal died fatuus have,in for,search been from men led have coast of in that come to search which coast, fought of con-was an Th Florida a Real E ESTate & lilvesiMeilt C Co.


yiUMIIIIIIIMIIIIMMIMIIMIiillliMMi not, even as De Leon lost his life
seeking for the fountain which was to

turn back the flgiht of time so that Capital $50,000. Fully Paid Up.
REAL ESTATE he couldt claim his young sweetheartin

Spain. Incorporated In Florida; Therefore Under Slate Control,
From De Leon's quest of the foun-
tain to Henry M. Flagler's conquestof
the keys into the history of Flor-
ida has been written romance. De
We buy d sell all classes and kinds of Real Estate.If Leon's search had as its objective the

you want to buy or sell the earth it will pay you to call uniting of two young lives, whileFlagler's extend a cordially invitation to investors and
project was to unite two

and talk your wishes over with us. lands, Florida and Cuba. With the WE Property-Holders to call at our office, to learn
launching a short time ago of one of '
The manager of this firm has had years of exper- the giant ferry boats in Philadelphia, the most progressive and conservative methods.
which are to be a connecting link be- "
ience dealing in Florida investments, having sold over a tween the far end of the railroad To protect your interests this Company aside ott( hei

over the keys and the city of Ha-
million dollars worth of Florida Real Estate in the last
Bank Guarantee whenever
vana, the latest page has been writ- financial strength, give our
I in the vivid of the state,
two ten history
years. which was once the continent. clients demand it. Enquiries by mail promptly an

We are well posted on the value of all classes and Other conquests are to be made,
and it is a safe surmise that they ; swered.
kinds of Florida property. We want listed with us all will have as much of the thrill in

them as ever an expedition led by a HENRY BENEDICT PresidentOffice
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bargains in Real Estate, and we want customers for Real Spanish cavalier. ,

Estate Bargains. .
100 LIVES LOST Phone
570A
over Peoples National Bank. .

German Officers Are Known to Have

'WARING REAL L ESTATE COMPANY Been Lost on Turkish Ship ..

Athens, via London, Dec. 19.-Semi-
official announcement is made here i


IL D. SCARING Manager ish that battleship German 100 lives officers Messudieh were, when lost, ,which the includingsome Turk-was W nt Ads Bet

; Rooms and 'atkins.Block Phone No. 631 Sentinel

1115tfnil torpedoed sank in the by Dardanelles.Get a British. submarine, Results


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TEN ACRES overlooking Orlando; Four or five times they got within 40 ,
all cleared; fine land; good home : HOOSIER PUTS UP IN '
yards, but often had to'
: ci as they
. site. $2,000. II. C. :McDaniel. Phone :, I Florida
708. .I retie with a loss of six or seven The Nair j I Am Leaving I

Handsome Sign Above Tourist j I j men. And will Specially Price my two Properties in Winter ParkA
BEST SELECT OYSTERS, 50c. Quart Sergeant Maginot and his men in
I j!( Headquarters Work of J. II. (j![this way held out until dark, ivherthey 6
TheWaldeckerFishCo1\ I :\Iorgan-Other 'YorkContributed were able to crawl towards the I' < good 6-room house, 7 acres,, of land and a fine Grove of 800
I full tearing Orange, Grapefruit and Tangerine Trees. Within two
FOR FISH AND OYSTERS French lines. Two men attempted to blocks of Public School close to Depot and Post OflT.ce. In addition -
I carry the wound sergeant by using j' to making a home this property will make a early return on
Phone No. 5. 206 Boone StreetP. investment of from 10 to 25 cent, according to and ,
That big handsome sign above the I their rifles as a" stretcher but his gigantic -f i the per crop
M. and W. O. COX entrance to the Tourist Headquarters build was too much for them, market conditions; also 1
is the work of J. II. and at last they had to drag him t My Residence Property in Winter Park, 12-room, New Modern :
Morgan, of the I i MARL C 4 0 DAN N '
. 10-23-tf N1 dwelling with every city convenience. Lake front, 20 acres of
Morgan Sign company. Mr. Morgannot along by hands. In spite of the agony land highly improved, 1500 Orange and Grapefruit trees, irrigated 1
only knows how to make 57 varieties he was enduring M. :Maginot did garden. Property is close in, well located, close to the new ';
I of alphabets for sign work but not lose consciousness, and when help! I Country Club House and Golf Links, a property good enough for '
the most exacting. Special price to make an immediate sale, $16- ,
Christmas he arrived and the Germans
can paint a picture of any object, were once 500, and will give possession in 30 days. 1
animate or inanimate, that is to be more pursuing, he continued to give See owner only. Write or phone me for a date and I will send a i
found in the water, on the earth, or I his orders. my car to any place in Orange County to show you these properties.
Almost HereGive up among the aviators. lie formerly i Cf the little party of 18 five were 1
ED. l \ I ] EZEL
lived in Evansville, Indiana. Asso- killed and seven wounded. The Germans I
ciated with him in the business hereis 1 I did not make a single prisoner.The Means I BOX 33: WINTER PARK FLORIDA I j

C. E. Sims. The work on the sign I above story is told by another II Orange County's College City and one of Florida's Prettiest pI..... 1 1
us your order for was contributed by Mr. Morgan to sergeant who was of the party. I
PLUM PUDDING help along the Tourist Headquarters.Messrs. I'I I IJ J

RAISINS Routh & Caldwell, the skill- SOMETHING WRONG ---- -
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DATES ful Church street tinners, very kindly -j1
FIGS furnished the material and placed the If you've lost your zest for Christmas,
SALMONDS sign in its place. Lost jour love for all its cheerIf -
scoff at gifts and givingAs
, you the Christmas time draws near, THE OLD RELIABLEDANN'S

BRAZIL ENGLISH NUTS WALNUTS INCIDENTS OF V/f\R/ \ 1 If When you frown Old Santa at all trims the clatter his tree, REAL[ [STAT L [ TRANSFERDr.

MINCE 11EATCUYSTALIZED\ Tell me, please, what is the matter?
GINGERWe Something's wrong, it seems to me!

carry a full line of Xmas eat- Paris Dec. 19.-An aviator who If the stocking by the hearthstone I B. D. WIENENGA, Prop.
ables. has just returned from a part of the Wakes no memory in your breastIf -
XMAS PRESENT front where the French are, or were, the coming of old Santa
opposed by Bavarian troops, tells of After all have gone to rest NEIL McDUFFEE Livery Draying and HaulingWE
Send a Box of Fruit to your friends. Does not rouse jour heart to action- ,
Only $1.35 express prepaid east of an extraordinary sort of entente overa Make it beat and throb and kick-
Rocky Mountains. spring between the lines.It Answer for my satisfaction, Contractor and Builder 1
Give us your order now. is the only spring of fresh waterin Are you sure you are not sick?
the neighborhood. At first by tacit I GUARANTEE GOOD SERVICE
llungalows n Specialty
If you can't feel joy at Christmas,
consent French and Bavarians drew Joy of life and love and song- I
Arcade Building. Orlando
water at different hours without mo- If you can't rejoice in giving, I
lesting one another. Gradually they Whether it be right or wrong-
AUTO AUTO BUS AND TRUCK
CARUTHERS & GORE If the Yuletide's invitationTo Credit"Ain't ,
became more friendly, chose the same
your heart no cheer can give, "
hours, exchanged the time of day and Le me ask how in creationIs ft the truth? Some people :
offered one another tobacco. They it worth jour while to live? will pay the butcher for their Thanksgiving I Country Driving for Eight or Ten Solicited
New Modern Groceru even took coffee together some times. -New York Times. turkey by favoring him with I
All the while the Germans regularly an order for another one for Christ- I HORSES FOR SALE
destroyed a defense work which the mas to be charged on the same ac

Phone 200 French regularly reconstructed day BUILDING A BUNGALOWGlens count. 'I I I 'Phone 257. Orlando, FloridaDOI1STG

by day,'and the French destroyed a .
6 and 8 East Pine St. redoubt which the Germans as often Dr BuckmasterOSTEOPATH I
rebuilt. Falls N. Y., Resident Isa

One day two German officers unarmed Builder-Illinois Man
left the trenches and held ----- ----
up Building on Pine
ORLANDO I their hands. They were met by two
Castle RoadMr.
,. Graduate of Kirksville
French officers, to whom they proposed -
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that each side should leave the I W. McAuley is now puttingthe 132 S. Orane Avenue E--Tk1IN"G
other in the of his works,
enjoyment i 5781 -AT-
PLUMBING CO1 finishing touches to the new bun-
for it was absurd to go on indefinitely ABOVE PEOPLES E P BANK (HONE )
destroying the same construction. galow on Anderson street, the secondone J. E. Nicholson's O. K. BakeryDELICA
he has erected since he arrived I
"Done," said the Frenchmen.
from Glens Falls, N. Y. TESSENCOLD
26 WEST PINE STREET
ACREAGE FOR SALE
Before separating, the officers exchanged Another BungalowMr. 4

PHONE 122 newspapers, and one of the J. A. Hallenback and family, BEEF PORK ROAST LAMB
Bavarians said "Our time is
: up. -oxIORlANOoSANFORD- POTATO SALAD
of Rockport, Ill., who reached this
We do not know what troops will take Sandwiches of all kinds. Lunches put up for automobile par-
Thursday already have the mate-
city ; ,
our place, but if they are PrussiansI ties. Come look the good things over.
Best at Low
Plumbing rial assembled for a neat bungalowon BRICK ROAD
advise you not to trust them." "By J. K. TRESHER PHONE 26
the Pine Castle road just outsideof
. est PricesWe the by," he added, "if they are Prus- the city limits.BEQUEATHS I
sians we will let you know by stick- I AT A SONG ,
are net in the combine.: ing bits of white paper on the barbed I --- ---,.. I
f BIG SUM TO VARIOUS -
SLAUTER'S latest inventions usedon wire defending our trenches." I I IDon't

all 6rstelusPlumbing Sergeant Maginot, who is an ex- BAPTIST INSTITUTIONS Sixty.five acres of best rolling pine Buy Gimcracks for I
under IN NORTH CAROLINA !
secretary of state, deputy for land suitable for citru trees andall
Construcion Bar-le-Due and one of the tallest men field crops; within sight of railroad
Scotland Neck, N. C., Dec. 19.- Christmas Presents !
in France-he stands over 6 feet 6 I I station schoolschurches. MUST BE
inches-was recently awarded the The sum of $135,000 was bequeathedto SACRIFICED. A fine location for a I

Real Estate Boughtand military medal for conspicuous bravery various Baptist institutions in I nursery. Various fancy articles made of plush, celluloid, leather, I i
and is now lying in hospital at North Carolina by the will of Noah
silver and known the trade
Acre brass or even to as "Holiday
Price Terms $25 !
1 per
Sold.City Verdun, gradually recovering from Biggs, who died there Monday. The
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his very severe wounds.M. will, which was probated yesterday, Spot Cash $20 per acre Goods, are made simply for show and have no practical :

I Maginot, who knows every inch disposes of an estate valued at $250-: value or utility In these days of war and straightened E!

Building Lots, $100; $1.00 cast of Lorraine, commanded a section of 000.The finance you ought to spend your Chaistmas money wisely I
and $1.00 per week buys a LotRENTS volunteer scouts. On November 9, church organizations are to use I The Biggest Grove Value I A great book, a nice picture, a musical instrument or talking -

COLLECTED. while reconnoitering a wood with a the funds in aiding church work and I Four miles from town good road I machine, a box of fine stationery, a hundred copperplate j
party of less than a score of he education, according to the will. The
men cards fountain
Notary Work Promptly and Neatlj I choice citrus location. We have fine( engraved calling pens, supplies for R
Done. was ambushed by an outpost of Ger- bequests follow: f'1,0, acre piece with five acres in fine|the writing desk at the office or in the home, these and
who Thomasville Baptist Orphanage,
man infantrymen opened fire i other five is all
The
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killing four of the scouts. Sergeant $!)JCOOIeredith College, Raleigh, many our gifts that
is
whole
N. P. HATCHET Maginot, who is a fine shot, sought to $20,000; Wake Forest College, Wake : fenced.cleared There and is the an old house piece on prove useful and bring joy and comfort the whole year .

ORLANDO,FLORIDA I cover tr etreat of his men. Forest, N. CL, $5,000, and Baptist I the place. Price $3500. !through. Do your Christmas buying early and buy \\iselv. :
Ita: to._:i eight o'clock in the State Convention, $15,000.
Office at Pinehurst ParkP. :morni. -, a...! for the whole of that ORLANDO REAL ESTATE CO. II W. S. BRANCH, ;i
O. Box I ,
281 the Germans I
|day vainly strove to The Sentinel "want" columns are a
I The Arcade nook and Music Store
. PHONE 40- ?0R1rL i'lTornd the handful of Frenchmen. I guarantee of income to many. I Watkins Block PHONE 504 .; :




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South Florida THE DAILY Sentinel FROM The Miami MAMI-Metropolis, in an edito- bloody RecollectionThe European war at this Here's Some Hot ,' 1I 1ORLANDO'S 1

rial Sunday, "The Record of a Year particular season recalls' Bryant's 1I I
I
MORNING AND WEEKLYW. Without Saloons," calls attention to words Bargains Right Off
M. GLENN .....................Editor : I
W. C. ESSINGTON .....Badness Manager the fact that business has increased, "No trumpet blast profanedThe I
that morals have improved and in hour in which the Prince of The GriddleTwo
Entered at the poctoffie at Orlando Flop I
ida. M Second Claw Mail Matter. general the great city on the East Peace was born;
No bloody streamlet stainedEarth's
SUBSCRIPTION RATES Coast has made notable progress I
Daily. 1 Year ........................ '5.00 silver rivers on that sacred
Daily. C Months ...................... 2.60 throughout the year. Here is a paragraph beautiful lake.
morn"0 acres
Daily Months ...................... 1.25 from the editorial. After read on a
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Daily. 1 Month ....................... .60
ing it clip it out and send it down Four room house. A number of FAVORITE
repro. T Year ...................... 1.00 I "Cromwell"It '
to deluded Tampa-to the Times, to is a very quiet day in Jacksonville I budded orange trees in bearing. \
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN the Tribune to the bars .
ADVANCETO ; and also to now when they do not have a
the Jacksonville journals: Only two and one-half miles SHOPPING
ADVERTISERS new name proposed for mayor.
The total increase of deposits Cromwell Gibbons is the latest man from the Court House. If sold
for
Copy display and all thcr hand-act have been $315,663 in the five
e advertising ffice ut the malt Sentinel be handca not later IB at than tile business I p. .. banks of Miami, in the year that who is willing to assume the respon- by December 20th, price will be PLACE
tie day before publication. This rule applies Miami has had no saloons, and sibilities. We recall that one "Crom-
.. cJaan.lor contract advertising: it la in addition to the five banks referred well"' refused the crown. only $500.00Four
lavariabi. and will be strictly adhered to. to another financial insti-
SuSenben decirmr The Sentinel discontinued tution has been founded which -
should notify the office in writing on has taken its share of the deposits -
the date of expiration otherwise it will be LongestThe
continued at the regular subscription rate*. not included in the figures we Tampa Tribune paragrapherasks large front lots on Cen-
until notice to atop is received
Telephone N.mb-r ...................... 24 use.And a curious commentary on what we are going to do with tral avenue, close in, that must Do You Need Our
I the gloomy arguments of the liquor that longest word in the English lan-
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1914. interests is the fact that the guage, antidisestablishmentarianism, be sold by December 25th. Only

---- banks-the savings accounts little in the of Miami now that we have found it. We had $500 each for inside lots and Help ?
Orlando needs a motor fire truck savings wage
because he city is too large for horse earners and of families who are thought of lending it to the Tribuneman $550 for corners.Cooper .
thrifty and prosperous-show an to make over into one of those
drawn trucks to make progress and increase of $
8o,443 over the
funny paragraphs, "Things to Worry
cover territory. amount in the savings banks "
when the saloons were open for About.
Watch the candles. business! --0- & Atha
Miami is more prosperous than
o any town in Floridapossiblymore CropsIf
""Something today?" prosperous than any town we can send citrus fruit to Eu- 114 South Oruge Are Greud Floor
o in the country, and that in spiteof rope as gifts to the hospitals why li'
"Charge it, please!" the fact that she does not receive can't we ship a little for sale! there Phone No. 311
any revenue from a part- .
when '
the endsTimesUnion.We
war
o nership with the liquor interests!
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday-! In fact, it is singularly notice- can, but it will be the 1915-16
o able.. .that. from. the cities where crop. Subscribe for The Daily SentineLI
tne liquor interests are strongest -
I
How do like to be late
you a shop- come reports of the most dif-
perJSubscribedon't ficult times-Jacksonville has I
o more than fifteen hundred va- .
read cant houses; travelers report that !
your neigh- business there is practically R .
bors! dead the full I
; papers are of ac-
o counts of penniless people and ofa
The school children are out for the most frightful moral condition
-with the saloons running full
holidays. blast.

o o
"Have you a little Santa in your AGAIN- I LAKE EOLA
home?" The !'i
current issue of Life, the so-

; o ciety magazine for the people, the OnlyShopping
War and Christmas seem almost magazine that has made the caption, !j J I ;- .I.. a -

impossible. "While there is life there is hope," :!I;
-- famous, comes out with another hor- ,
Here is an unusual offering, one that I can unhesitatingly -
"I'd like to have this package rible caricature of the Kaiser. This

i weighed!" time he is represented as a gorilla. recommend as a GREAT BARGAIN. The lot is :
r o His left hand holds a torch with I'

I Five drunk cases in police court which he is burning villages, and his 90x200 and the house contains seven rooms and bath.
I yesterday. Five too many. right arm supports the emaciated
o figure of Peace. The Kaiser is march- Servants room on premises. Orange and grapefruit and 3
i't
How would you like to be Postmaster ing through Belgium. The caption of
t McLean for a few minutes? the sketch, which is by Wm. H. Walker peach trees, shruberry and flowers and ornamental

0 is, "The Gorilla That Walks Likea
plants. Owner will sell furnished or unfurnished. The
What's all this advice about doing Man." Such vulgar illustrations

j your Christmas shopping early? should be stopped and forbidden by location is No. 215 E. Robinson avenue, on north shore of
6 o rigid censorship.
t Another necktie-Gee! "somebodyis o i{i Lake Eola, and overlooking Eola Park. Listed exclusively -
E always taking the joy out of life!" Only 18 cases in police court yes- More
Li 0t terday. I with me. The price will astonish you, it too low,
t Mayor Sperry earned ms yearly o I I
but owneris determined to sell. Cash or terms. .
salary yesterday. So did Carl Jansen The Orlando Sentinel was slow in .
t city clerk.Yesterday re-establishing an editorial career, I .

Qt but it has apparently begun the task
and today are said by in earnest, and has adopted an editorial -
f those who keep account, to have been style that is both unique and

the shortest days in the year. comprehensive-Arcadia Daily News.SIDELIGIITS :'
|t o o i S.Y.WAYInsurance
Time to sharpen your pencil to
r draft those New Year resolutions

that you know you won't keep. (By W. S. Branch)
I o The Birmingham Ledger says: and Real Estate Agent Days

Exceeding the speed limit is a "One Alabama paper advertised more *
"fine" pastime-especially when the than seventy brands of whiskey and
Orlando police court imposes a $10 one whiskey cure last Sunday." PHONE 172
fine. There are more than seventy times I

o seventy ways for a man to get soused J
The postoffice yesterday looked and make a blooming idiot of himself, I I Until ..
like the polo grounds at New York but only one way to get over it, and

following a championship baseball' that way invariably includes a headache |

game. a heartache and a keen regret
o for himself and plenty of heartaches j
The fact that turkey for Christmas for his friends. -

dinner will cost high does not worry

many the people bill. as long as it is chargedon Christmas !


"I wish you would o show me some-
La Vallieres and Bracelet Watchesdainty
thing that would be appropriate fora

nine-year-old boy-something that
he can't break or wear!" .'

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They have received another car
load of dynamite at the state farm enough for a fairy \VE CHECK AND DESPATCH ALL

and the bombardment of General
Stumps has been resumed. What girl can resist the charm of a dainty La Valliere veritable PARCELS FREE OF CHARGE


"Will there be a Q Santa Claus at our lace work of gold or platinum, set with precious or semipreciousstones

house, Friday, mother?" "No, dar-
The
this
delicate
designs year are so unusually lovely, so
ling, he's fighting for the King in

the snow filled trenches Q in Flanders." and fine, we are sure they must have been inspired by the fairies \Ve prepay all Express

The Kissimmee editor claims that I .
the Sentinel is inconsistent, but we Especially charming, too are our I Bracelet \Vatches. A more pleasing gilt Charges on out-of-town ,

notice he didn't reprint the "invita- could not be chosen, or one that combines so much beauty with practicabilityCome
tion" he would like to extend to the purchases exeept Groceries \

tramps and hoboes.

o in and look them over-whether yon intend to pur- .

The local police are wearing mag- chase or not. We know it will be a treat to you to see
nifying glasses-only five "exceedingthe
speed limit" offenders were jerked these exquisite pieces of jewelry,

before "His Honor" yesterday. Fifty
dollars added to the treasury!
o OPEN EVENINGST.

It is to be hoped that our brother

editors have not been so busy writ- DICKSON .IYfS CO.
ing articles about buying Christmas

presents early, that they had to wait H. EVANSJEWELER '
until the last few days before ship- .
ping their own gifts.

0- .DEr ARTMENT STORE.

Two Sundays this weekFridayand .. ..
Sunday, and then Blue Monday.If .
there were 18 cases before "His Orlando Orange Avenue Florida ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACEs

Honor" yesterday in police court,
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Presents an entire change of baffling and mystifying illusions. It you tail This is a question often asked and sometimes

to see him, we both lose. Get busy! :
: U hard to answer, you will be greatly)

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Broncho. helped by coming into our store and
: "DESTINY'S NIGHT, Two-part :

.. ': looking at our big stock of Christmas

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"WHEN VICE SHUDDERED," Princess. : LI presents.

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

,. Automobile Contest. :I : I

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::: I L Same: Little Prices f :;; ANDSUPREME .

: E AUTO OILARE I. 11 Goods bought now laid away until

. . wanted.
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Drums for shipping and storage ii
describes it the same old way,
And I fear if the account of a funeralshe tanks kept on hand.
were called on to write
{@rbuwn nrirty some day, Lubricating Oil and Greases to suit 11 .A.llen & Oo.
She would speak of the house decora-
,
all cars. Give make of car when you
tions, since from one path she
: -Edited By Miss Eliza Wright never has swerved, order. I

Office telephone No. 179. Residence telephone No. 254 But I tremble to think of her endingit i JEWELERS
. with "And delightful refreshments -

WEEKLY SOCIAL CALENDARDec. watha," which will be given within I I were served." GULF REFINING COil ENGRAVING REPAIRING

ten days. "Not that I think you will be this ,,

21st26th. To Spend Holiday sort." P. G. WALTON, Agent
:Miss Marion Cary-Elwes and Mr. J. M. E.
I Office Phone 450.
Monday Walter Cary-Elwes motored to Mel- ***
4 P.:Mendelssohn Club ladies' bourne yesterday to'spend the Christ Big attraction at the Fair Grounds Residence Phone 269. W. R. Rhan <
rehearsal, Mr. Carr's studio. W. S.Coleman
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mas holidays with their brother and Christmas afternoon. It
8 P.Mendelssohn Club men's
rehearsal, Mr. Carr's studio.Wednesday his wife, the Rev. and Mrs. Herbert THERE'S A REASON FOR
Cary-Elwes. Before returning to Or- I Theodore Roberts, the leading VENEER CORES

. 3 P.M.-Unity"Circle; "How Not to lando they will attend the annual his American first moving character picture actor, production starring in, sUN: PROOF; ; PATNT. .
Keep Christmas.Friday convocation of the Episcopal churchat "The Circus Man," picturized by the $1.25 -- -

I A Merry Christmas to All! Miami. Jesse L. Lasky Feature Play com- ; ; Sold at gaining, in popularity every day.QUALITYTHAT'S .
from Barr McCutcheon's Per Strand
8:30 P.M.-Dance at the Armory. Miss Fulton Returns pany George "- Up
novel, "The Rose in the Ring, IT
The many friends of Miss Ruth is announced for presentation at the FIRE-PLACE CHUNKS- AND
Impressive Christmas Cantata Fulton will be glad to know that she Grand tonight. 22-lt OAK WOOD We also handle a full line of Painters' A Pape

The children's Christmas cantata has returned to Orlando following a Hangers' Supplies. 2000lRolls Wall Pape ;
Sunday evening at the Methodist six months stay in Asheville, N. C., George Barr McCutcheon's novels Orlando Wood YardB. to go at cost price.
church was a most original entertain- where she has recuperated from her became no popular as motion picture W.
ment, the children's school productions that the Jesse L. Lasky Kingsley, Proprietor ORLANDO PAINT AND WALL PAPER CO 1
Sunday severe illness. feature Play company, after producing PINE STREET AND R. R. .
teacher, Miss Florida Howard, being Continue "Brewster's Millions" and "What's Telephone 344
Study
20SSo.0rangeA.e
Phone 261 .
the composer of the cantata. The Several girls who have been read- His[ Name?" will now release McSutcheon's 9-30 TheSignofthcSun
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famous book, "The Rosein ttllT'FRANK
theme was a most appropriate one for
ing together for some weeks met with the Ring." under the title of "The
Christmas. The little Belgian, French, :Miss Ada Bumby yesterday afterI I.Circus Man," with Theodore Rob- .
English and German children marchedin noon and continued reading Muhl- erts, the brilliant dramatic character
actor, in the leading role. Theodore
singing for peace. The little Dutch
bach's "Frederick the Great and His
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Roberts, in "The Circus Man,
boys and girls asked their mother i comes A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL
Family. They are taking a course to the Grand tonight. 22-lt
' why Santa Claus would not come this in the standard novels, having read

year. She told them she had heard some of Tolstoi's works and others of How would you like to be a French,
that the little American children Muhlbach's. Austrian, Russian, German, Servian, Established 1886
across the sea were sending a ship of
Holiday Guest or English soldier on Christmas day,
toys and that Santa Claus would The Misses Lewter have as their standing waist deep in icy water,

come as usual. The American chil- guest over the holidays Miss Susie gripping a cold gun, hearing the
dren then took the stage, and the little Chandler, .of Harriman, Tenn., who "ping" of bullets whistling around CURTIS & O'NEALINSURANCE
girls decided which dolly they has visited Orlando before and made your ears and trying to smile?
would send. The Christmas bells, the many friends here.
decorated Christmas trees, the ber- TOO LATE TO CLASSIFYSEE
"And Were Served"An LOANSRE
ries bright, the candles, all went to
( ode written to The Sentinel
make a merry Christmas for the little HERE-New! Christmas line of
society editor by her cousin, Mrs. Kodaks received. Some beauts. The
foreigners. The grand finale was a
Jessie Moore Eberle, of Los Angeles, best gifts. Howard's Studio. 17-4t \L ESTATE RENTALSFOR
, united chorus, "The trumpets shall
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sound, and peace shall come." LAST CHANCE!-Christmas photos
I Miss Howard deserves great praisefor THE SOCIETY EDITOR must be placed at once. Still time,
the melodious music and the Here's to the Society Editor, bless her but be quick. Howard's Studio.
sweet young heart, 12-17-4t
unique thought of the work, and her At all the parties, balls and things,
training of the children, assisted by she's sure to play a part ,
Big crowd big crowd by
Mrs. Cohoon, Mrs. James Burden, and With pad tle in hand curved and pencil, and lit- Mrs. Brigham's, for she goes is so busy poor RENT---Bungalo 5 Rooms Furnished, South Main
Mr. and Mrs. Howard. Miss Jessie finger taking care of the Belgians that she
She writes it and ends it with,
up Street.
Pedrick was the gifted accompanist.The "And delightful refreshmentswere has no time to sell her pretty Christ-
mas cards and gifts. Please do come
choir and orchestra served.
gave splendid in, 22 West Church street. 1219tfOSTEOPATHY
selections, and Mrs. James Magru-
Seven Room House South Orlando.
We learn that all the ladies wore ,
der a lovely solo. Fully one thousand
most beautiful Parisian gowns,
people attended and it was a very The house was just a bower, in its
beautiful and impressive service. __ autumn reds and browns; Two New Five Room Houses, South West Orlando.
had-
A time
Mendelssohn Rehearsal most enjoyable was DR. J. C LOWELL
(for the same old end we're
The Mendelssohn Club regular re- nerved), Hour 10-12. 3-5, and by appointment
hearsal will be held tonight at the We turn the page-yes, there it is- No extra charge lor house treatment
Presbyterian lecture room. A full "And delightful" refreshmentswere Except Night Calls. -
served.
chorus is very important, as this is Telephone connections
one of the last practices for "Hia And no matter what the occasion, she Offi_ nr. Oranee and Central AYeS. tililMMtlMIIIMIIIIIIMMIIIittHMIMItlMtlMMIIIMIItHIIIIMII ,.

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t in you can't bring your ad to 1-'. L. Anderson, office 112 W. Church On the ledgers of the Orlando Bank & Trust Company are the records ot I i
Orlando home, modern the office telephone No. 24. Ac- street. Phone 459.
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f every detail. Large lot, or- counts opened by telephone will be 12-6-t many dollars saved by women of Orlando: and the vicinity who have learned how I I
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range, grapefruit, guava, payable the following day. ; FOR RENT-Large, attractive room. much more economical it is to manage the household finances on the "pay-by- I
lemon and banana trees in I Ii Inquire No. 8 West Washington St. ,
l Home Business-
Every -Erery 11-8-tfc .
check"plan.
i full bearing. Handsome cam Every Man has use for a

phor and Magnolia trees. Sentinel Want Ad. FOR RENT-Small flat, modern con- Economy in household management is daily beecming a more pressing} I;
veniences, unfurnished. Jas. A.
; ROSES IN PROFUSIONIf Knox. 11-3-tf necessity. Follow the example of those householders have found the prac-

FOR SALE WANTED tical solution of the problem of how to make the family income go farthest. f

you are looking for somelhL.2 An appreciation of further interest on your part will be appreciated.
FOR SALE-At bargain six
a now WANTED-Night watchman for
i choice let show
: extra us room house and bath. No. 19 West country hotel; good position for reliable \Y c pay 4 percent on savings account on Time Certificates Deposit.
you this proposition. Ready 1 Robinson avenue close in near Or- man desiring light work for
p for occupancy. 7 minutes ange. Ready to occupy. R. Bruce the winter; small pay with board and
b r walk to business center.Ve Perry. 12-20-6t* room. Address, giving age and ref- ORLANDO BANK & TRUST CO.
erences as to character, "Hotel," care
call it one of the show placesof
FOR SALE-Six room house, bath Sentinel. 12-20-tfc
Orlando and believe you and hall; house just completed and .
will agree with us when you ready to move into; large lot; within WANTED-Lady stenographer with Orlando Florida .
f see it. Moderate in price. ten minutes walk of postoffice. Price some knowledge of bookkeeping. ,
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$1,673. Address "Xew House," care Telephone 56. 12-19-3tc =. .J ,

f ORLANDO BUILDING LAND COII I Sentinel. 12-20-Ct* .
WANTED-Return portion of ticketto
FOR SALE-COW AND HORSEA New .((3.11111111111111 e II C III 0 III '"'01 t 441-tH S7i, trrr.vJ4!'? Vgrr:4-i+44 Ft4wri>Mi--.c ?
I York. Philadelphia or Bos-
I North Orange Avenue sudden and severe attack of ton via New York. Ladies' ticket t.
PHONE 608 rheumatism makes it necessary thatI only.: P. O. Box 207. 12-9-12t
sell at once my choice milk: and but-
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L OPPOSITE SAN JUAN HOTEL ter cow, due to freshen now. Also
t, FRED B. DALEC. our family horse, young and gentle, ROOMS: FOR RENT SUB.TROPICAL EXPOSITION
H. BRYANT with or without harness 'and buggy. 11
DAVIS & GILES Counsel Also house with two lots, and some, NICE, LARGE FURNISHED ROOM,
F. A. PEPPERCORN: Ccntractcrli vacant lots. If you want a bargain,, to adults only. 409 Delaney street.
I call at once at 201 Concord avenue,,.1 10-25-tf MID-WINTER

;t west. Wm. L. Coryell. 12-20-6tc I
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--- -.--- FOR SALE-Frying chickens; live, MISCELLANEOUSIF .
t 20c. per lb.; dressed, 23c. per lb.

John Saults, 601 Amelia avenue. Also MONEY IS ANY OBJECT to OEL .. ... : T :JD C FL-A. .
house- ,
two furnished rooms for light you, come to H. Kanner's New York
sw.t. keeping. 12-19-3t* Bargain Store. We will sell new
goods for the holidays at sacrifive
i SEVENTY-FVE DOLLARS will buy prices. 12-,-23t F-F. 9-13 1915
ik either of my bird dogs; none bet- ,
k JEWELEREXPERT ter; need only one. II. McDaniel..
12-19-3tc LOST AND FOUND

WATCH MAKER EDUCATIONAL
HORSE AND BUGGY FOR SALE Take a slant at the want ads.
t r cheap, at 208 East Robinson ave-

r Expert Watch, Clock and Jew- nue. 12-19-8t* LOST-White violet pin, set with Embracing-Agriculture, Horticulture, Floriculture, Domestic

elery Repairing a specialty. I FDR SALE-Nice fat Georgia: raised Hammond pearls. &Reward Bunch's if store.returned 122tfIF to Arts and Crafts, with exhibits of Stock, flogs and Poultry,
turkeys, chickens, eggs new Geor-
carry a fine assortment of bolij gia can syrup, and country produce; and the products of South Florida. Racing, Polo, Sports
YOU ARE LOOKING for well
have a large lot of turkeys on hand
1 goJ anJ gold filled Jewelery, for Christmas orders. W. E. Parnell, rooted orange and grapefruit buds, AreoplansLectures and Entertainmentsof all kindsFor .
Sterling and Community Silver. 217 Boone street. 12-19-3t* I see H.McDaniel.. Phone 708. .

}',ices very reasonable. ,
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FOR SALE-15 acres :young grapefruit -
grove, part in bearing; ideal NOTICE-I have accepted agency for 6
I location; lake frontage. Will sell at Wilson & Toomer's fertilizers in information or premium list, address
a bargain. Address the owner, Box Orange county and will appreciate
CHAS. VATER 341, Orlando. 12-15-Ctc; :I.c 1 patronage of their old cus-tumers, | WM. R. O'NEAL, See'y H. II. DiCHSON, Pres. i iCIIIJIIIII16
t :and hope to make new friends lor this
FOR SALE-Ten acres fine orange firm. Their Ideal brands are too well
JEWELERPINE land; about 3 acres cleared; 3-4 of known for any: comment at my h.uJ.
i mile south of Gill's store and 1-2 My experience as a grower of both +t44+"Jall'OI"II't 4J f E# = IOI't"i'i"'I'11IIIIIC.lllllt.NiiN
ST. Opposite PostoISce mile east of Lake Conway, on ter- fruit and vegetables warrants we in --
E minal of proposed brick road. Ad- saying, as their agent, I can be of
dress Anna H. Piatt, R. R. No. 1, Box real service to those who have grove
43, Orlando. 11-24-1m. trouble. I am prepared to give to
my patrons not only my own experi-
FOR SALE-Fine paper shell pecan ence, but that of the firm, which cov-
I Business Directory! nuts, grown by Fogg & Osteen on ers every detail of the citrus and veg- $r
their Oak Knoll fruit and pecan citrus industry. II. C. :McDaniel.: I 1Pnr
For--- groves at Altamonte Springs, Fla. Phone 708.EIGHTEEN. ,, ;.
Fogg & Osteen. 12-18-8t*
BUSY MEN.\ AND A HALF ACRESof
FOR SALE-One seven passenger land on Lake Gatlin; sixteen in
Who is your painter and decorator? six cylinder automobile, 1 year old, five year old oranges and grapefruit;
If you are satisfied keep the one you first class condition. Don't answer overlooks four lakes; in perfect con- SPECIALSpecial
have; if not, phone W. T. Entrican unless interested. Address Bargain, dition. Price $12,000. Nothing bet-
No. 636. 1-20-tf care of Sentinel. 11-14-tf ter in Florida, unless it is the prop-
erty below described.

BUYERS AND SELLERSI
FOR SALE-Cabbage Plants,Charleston TWENTY ACRES, in good neighborhood Xmas Sale of Brass Beds at KINCAID
Wakefield, $1.00 per thousand. ; fine land; 10 acres in bear
buy, sell rent, and exchange real Frank Phillips, Pine Castle. ing trees; good lake protection; good
estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla., 10-28-tf
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crop on trees Price $10,000, with
30 Have handled & SNOWDEN
over years. over
fruit; or owner will keep fruit deducting -
$20,000,000. Call and see me. FOR SALE-Forty acres of fine $2,000 for same. Offered only
10-6-3m F. .
A. LEWTER.WE
hammock land; eight in grove; the for reasons beyond owners controLSee
present crop of oranges will be from II. C. McDaniel for particulars..
HAVE Irish NOW Potatoes READY FOR DELIVERY 750 to 1,000 boxes; 500 trees all told Phone 708.SHAMPOOING. $20.00 BED SALE PRICE $9.98 "
warrantedfree ready for sEtting-10 acres in lake,
from scab
or other diseases.
one and quarter miles from Apopka.
Drop me a card or phone 708 and let
Price, $5,000. Address W. H., Box AND MANICURINGI .
u talk over requirements. I
your
178, Orlando, Fla. 9-23-tf
viM make it to, our mutual advan- Finished in either polished brass or satine finish.
t-ge. H. C. McDaniel.Christmas recently arrived in Orlando and
FOR SALE-Fine cypress fence posts. solicit your orders for shampooingand .
Inquire of Frank Phillips, Pine Cas- manicuring work. Drop a cardto
: and New tle. 9-18-tf Mrs. Woodward, No. 5 West Rob-
inson, and I will call at your home. We give coupons with all cash sales.
FOR RENT My terms are reasonable and work
Year Holiday guaranteed. 12-16-6t*
FOR RENT-New unfurnished four
room cottage on pretty lake in Eat all you want. -
Cheap Excursion FaresVia east Orlando. Write S. Kendrick Eat what you want.
Guernsey, city. 12-19-1wkc Take a postscript and forget it.
the For sale by all druggists. :
Kineaid & Snowden
FOR RE3 room apartment, nice- l7d&wlyrSANDBO
ly furnished, with all conveniencesfor
Atlantic Coast Line I light housekeeping, including port-
II able lamps and kitchen cabinet; by
I month or season. 301 East living-
Standard Railroad of the South ston. 12-19-6t* Low Priced Furniture House.

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FOR RENT-Beautiful dwelling with Two Compression Starter
garage; elegantly furnished; on Cor. Main and Pine Sts. Orlando, FloridaCORDON'S
Tickets wil be sale
on by the At- Lake Lucerne. Jas. A. Knox.
lantic Coast Line to all points 8-27-tf MADE ESPECIAllY[ FOR FORDS
South of the Ohio and Potomac and .
East of the Mississipip Rivers, including SEVEN ROOM, new stucco cottage, .
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Washington, Cincinnati Evansville one block from Eola park; com- Will Start Any That -
and Cairo, for all trains mands fine view of city. Price $5,500. Can be Cranked Dr. F. F.
December 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, H. C. McDaniel, phone 708. CARRIAGEAND Thompson
25, and 31, and January 1, limited returning 1
January 6th; and to many FOR RENT-6 room house, with all One sharp pull from the DENTIST
points in the Northwest and Southwest modern improvements; furnished; seat turns the engine over -
on December 19th to 24th, inclusive $150 season 3 months. One cottage, 115 S. Orange Ave, over Curtis &
and 29th to 31st, limited for two compressions.Thai .
returning light housekeeping, $30 a month. I j O'Neal's
January IS. Also to Key Room and board for couple of tour- OR. U H. RAMSDELu Store
West and Havana, Dec. 17, 20, 24 ists, $12 per week. Inquire Cooper "QUEER SHAPED WHEEL"! I BAGGAGE TRANSfER I Hours 8.30 a.m. to 5.30 p.m.
and 27, with limit Jrnuary 3, 1915. & Atha. 12-13-lm OPTOMETRIST
For further particulars, schedules, Does [II. Wednesday and Saturdays till 8 p.m
reservations, etc., apply to Ticket FOR RENT-Rooms, with without I :L. HARRELL, Prop. (Succwwor to Dr. G. F. UkiuORLANDO. */ 11-6-tf
Agents, Atlantic Coast Line, or ad- board; also rooms for light housekeeping See FLORIDAWE
the
dressJ. several Sandbo i Piano and Furniture
< ; apartments from 1 FIT GLASSES. GRIND LENSES Eat what you want.
tn.I rooms, each at very reasonable! I II I
Sat all
G. KIRKLAND, D. P. A., prices., Inquire of F. L. Anderson, I' Moving a Specialty AND no ALL KINDS OF Take a you want.
; Tampa, .Florida. '" "'est Church street. Phone 459.1 FORD GARAGE I For sale postscript by all and forget it.
druggists.
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quest was the wherewithal to provide I|I It's not
OVER FLORIDA from whose an easy task to convince a I POSTMASTER GENERAL PROMISES !
Spain, and -
conquests effect. The explorer's old bones
con- an estate where he could spend the married
that
woman is the
man
noblest
PROMPTNESS
whose triumphs were sung by min- tinued to creak and his back ached balance of his days in be- I FOR
a manner work
of
the
Creator.
Few Portions of the Earth Have strels and made the subject of long from the toil of the march-instead I 1 I CHRISTMAS PARCELS f

Seen as Many "Masters" as Has and thrilling narratives, made his of he continued to and Occasionally there is a man who '
younger
age
POINTED born
This Sunny Peninsula Jutting Out first surrender to a little senorita, rapidly. PARAGRAPHSIs was lucky-that is, with a good- Washington, Dec. 19.-Postmaster
ly supply of .1 f
Into the Southern Waters of the and that he might claim her hand for plain common sense. General Burleson, in
a statement last
The Indians in Florida did not taketo
Western Hemisphere his own he undertook that which was love an asset or a liability? It may be as difficult for some rich I night promised "successful dispatchand
the Spanish invasion and each j'
step
his undoing-the quest of the Foun- The girl who steals a man's heartis I.men to enter the kingdom of heaven delivery" of Christmas parcels ,
of the explorer's advance
tain of Youth said be was con- liable to life as it is for them to keep out of jail.
to
somewhere get a sentence at hard
I. (By Arnold Heidi) tested. In Florida soid De Leon lit- i The first I and letters. The vast bulk of mails, J'; I
\ "north of labor. woman handed the first
Porto
Rico.
No portion of the earth of which erally planted the most of his followers i he said, has already begun to move (
Such a spring, the Porto Ricans Affinities may be all right in their man an apple but her daughters have j and
!story speaks has changed ownersor and returned to Porto Rico to I i was being handled promptly.The r
flags half as often as Florida, not told De Leon, was to be found in equip another expedition. His discov- place but they seldom make good in been handing him lemons ever since. "mail-your-parcels-early" sug- j f
"the great land to the north," and to the kitchen. Aches and pains would not be so 1
even Alsace and Lorraine, of whichwe brought him honors and when he gestion recently made by the depart-
now hear so much. Florida has bathe in its waters was to wash the ery returned to Florida it was with a lIe is truly a wise man who refrains bad if they didn't get busy at the ment had good effect. Traffic began :I

years away; to turn back the flight from discussing religion, politics wrong time and in the wrong place.' in .
been the duelling ground of nations commission from his king as large volume much earlier than it
and scintillating romance has con- of time and to cheat death. gover- or self' with his friends.If last week.

De Leon old the maid of his choiceof I a mean man is wise he will
nected her with annals of fact stran- nor.His move The want ad.'s the thing, for ]11
far than fiction. the spring and of its marvelous second expedition was larger out of the neighborhood instead of you
by and for the
ger
i than his first and his quest of the other fellow also. Get the news m the Sentinel first.
She trying
Almost 300 the history ]I powers. was enthusiastic for her to live it down. ,
years ago
of Florida began, it might be said, f warrior to find it, for it meant their fabled fountain continued. lie was Unless a woman is built right she ;,t t
happiness above all else and he start- feeling the cal lof romance and at the has business -
for in 1528 De Leon's first expedition no wearing her shoul- !
landed on the shores of the peninsula. ed for Porto Rico, where he fitted out same time was feeling the fingers of ders outside her ball gown.It The : :
age tighten on him with a stronger arket
Since that time events have taken an expedition.In is far better for a woman to
the year 1514-forty years before hold every day. His second expedi- laugh than cry-unless she has
place here in such succession as to I occasion OF CLEANLINESS OF
place Florida ahead of all the rest of !!I Gosno1d Baron and Capt. John tion was met by a reception committee to work her husband for a new I QUALITY
Smith Jamestown from the Seminoles, whose one OPPOSITE POST OFFIGE
the world as a land of conquest. settled at Va., and hat.
I nearly forty-five before the theme seemed to be compulsory vaccination -j And I FRESH AND SALT MEATS
Five flags have waved over what is ; years many a girl who thought she
now Florida and bloody conquests I Mayflower landed the Pilgrims ,at from long distance. In an j was marrying for a home has Kept under the best sanitary conditions.

have been connected with the hoist- I Plymouth Rock-De Leon sighted engagement an arrow, the point of i' covered later that she is tied diS-j Everything screened away from the flies and kept fresh
which had not been sterilized, found
ing of each separate banner. Five land and came ashore near where the man who can't even pay the rent. and

nations-.six counting the Seminoles 'city of St. Augustine was later built. De Leon, and pierced his hip joint. i The average husband is a silent I We invite pure.
He died from the wound, having not inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
His sthe first expedition the
-have claimed property rights here |i wa on partner.
everything in the
found the fountain. Meat Line.
and through the years and many 1! American continent and it was One way to unsettle a question is 1

campaigns of arms much good: red I founded on as pretty a romance as DeSoto Comes I to argue about it. H. :?sr. Self & Co.

blood has been shed on and for Flor- any fiction writer could imagine. t\ The expedition of DeSoto was almost -I Never form your opinion of an egg PHONE

ida soil. j I\ De Leon's Wandering as romantic as that of De Leon. until the lid is off. t 80 PINE STREET

Romance was back of the coming I I| De Leon, in the name of Spain,"DeSoto sailed into Tampa bay, May I) It's only the brilliant sayings of

of Ponce de Leon, who 1 first visited claimed the entire North American 25, 1539 but not searching for a the first baby that count. --

Florida in 1528 in search of the sto- I continent-claimed it as Florida. Vis- I fountain of youth. His quest was I Sometimes a girl begins to fli; -- -

ried Fountain of Youth. Back in itors coming to Florida feel at home ;, yellow gold, which he had heard was fore she is out of the cradle. 1'

"I' sunny Spain he had wooed and won a :' naturally, being all once Floridians]I to be found in Florida in abundance. I Even a fast man may not' THE CHASE
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maiden, as fair as any in the 'land. far back on the family tree regard- DeSoto had led an active life. His rapid recovery when he's V .s..1 CO

Their years made a wide gap in their I less where they may call home now. campaigns had been many and had ;| It is difficult to pose as JT..<<
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lives and to bridge this chasm the I Then the search for the mythical brought: him honor, old age and little ful fisherman unless you possess a I HOUSE AT ORLANDOIs
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intrepid old warrior came to Florida spring started, De Leon forcing his of the world's goods. He came toI vivid imagination.Wise modern
fully equipped with the best
searching for the fountain which he way far into the interior. He found Florida in the hope of finding that | is the man who appoints him- date machinery and up-to-
I gives the citrus
had heard the natives of Porto Rico springs in abundance, and in each with which to make his declining self chairman of the advisory boardof grower the

tell of. one that looked promising he bathed. years comfortable.' The object of his his own business. PROPER PACKING
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LaVILLERES ;;.J. VANITIES 1 this business and that means much to any buyer.

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CHAINS '\ TOILET SETSNOVELTIES McNEHL & DAVIS BLOCK,

BROACHES .' Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St., Orlando, Ha.
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41.. .. ..... 23.00 57.. .. .....160.00 Effective from August 1, 1914 to August

Our Diamonds are fine White Stones. 1,1915 and guaranteed against any reduc-
carcfuJy: selected.: Yea a.e doubly tion during that time:
protected when baying: of us, -by our

Gifts bought now laid away experience and otr responsibility. EVENINGSuntil Touring Car $555.00Runabout


wanted .; 505.00F.
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O. R. Orlando. All can tally equipped.farther .

we will be able to obtain tbe.maxinom ef Heirs t7
in ear factory production and the minima n cost br oarp.nh.ainc
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and .Sdeparte.b if we rub an oat,>at of
$ 301,081 can between the above dates..

And should we reach this production, we agree to pay aa
the buyer'a share from aCt to ill per car (on or abase
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as Ford car between Aun..t 1. lilt and August 1. ISIS.
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i HE SAN JUAN HOTEL will be opened on the European -

I. 2ST i iA"" / SO"'UTa:: : T plan Tuesday morning, Dec. 22. Club break-

t fast from 30c. to $1.00 will be served from 7:00 to 10:30a. :

E No Experiment When You Buy These Brands; Which are m. 60c. Luncheon from 11:00: to 2:30.: $1.00 Table

On Sale at Your Dealers at The Regular Retail d'Hote 5:30 to 8:00: ; after theatre supper from 8 to 11

l Prices-No Advance For the Christmas o'clock; ala carte from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m., except from _

r Packages. Ask the Man Who Smokes. 2:30: to 5 during which hours the main dining room

will be closed. A Quick Lunch Room has been pro-
i CURRY & SMITH CIGAR COMPANYManufacturers
vided which will be open from 6:00: a.m. to,midnight.

f of "THE SMOKE OF SATISFACTION" Prices will be consistent with quality.

t During the past summer the hotel has been thoroughly -

ACTIVITIES OF WOMEN ing taught how to knit by the women overhauled. Hot and cold water, and telephones
of that country. Mrs. Harry Payne Whitney has
installed in room, baths added. All
every many new
California has a woman forest fire -0-- opened a hospital in France for
lookout. The New York Federation of Wo- wounded: soldiers of the allies. rooms and halls redecorated. ,
men's Clubs has resolution
passed a -o-
Mrs. Charles Dana Gibson, wife of compelling each member to purchasea Women do 75 per cent of the workof Tables be reserved in advance for number of
may
the well known artist, is an active cotton dress. manufacturing rifle ammunitionfor any personsfor .
worker for the Big Sisters, an organ- the United States army and navy. the evening dinner. Special attention will be gixen this branch
that for the welfare and j I
ization cares Women in Norway are now repre- --0--
I ol service. From January 1St, the Grand Orchestra will from
protection of young women. sented in every profession except the Miss Leslie Wentzel, of Bellwood, play
-oA priesthood and army. Pa., has gone to Cairo, Egypt, where 6 to 7 p. m., and from 9:30 to 11:30 p. m. week days and from 6:00 .
hotel for business women of she will act as an instructor in do-i
small means will soon be built in At- Female clerks in New York city mestic science. I II, to 8:00: p. m. Sundays.
lanta. number nearly 10,000. I!
I' Both men and women clerks in a'!I NOTE Tilljanuary 1st. Main Dinning Room will close at 8:30p
Miss Ellen Hume has served in one Over 800 chorus girls are in the New Haven department store have'i
Philadelphia family for 64 years. cast of "Wars of the World," a New been forbidden to come into the store''' m. After that date, After Theatre Supper will be inauguratedand
-0No York Hippodrome spectacle. wiht he odor of onions or garlic on ; Dinning Room will be open until 11:30 p. m.
women except qualified nurses -0- their breaths. ,i iI .
will be allowed at the front in France. Red headed girls are said to make I ,
the best stenographers. THEY ..\APPOINTED: j I
Miss Anna Hamm has been pro- -
moted to of the Los Angeles Senate Confirms the Nominations of
sergeant New York city has 6,540 young women II SAN JUAN HOTEL
police force. telephone operators who answer Colson and Davis
over 2,000,000 calls daily. Washington, Dec. 19.-The senate I
The Ohio State University has 60 --0-- today confirmed the nominations of
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women seniors who are studying to French women have been offered Perry II. Colson as receiver of public
be housewives. the right of suffrage if they will allow moneys and Robert W. Davis as registrar -
their sixteen-year-old: sons togo of the land office at Gainesville -
Wounded soldiers in France are be- to war. Fla. -

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





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



Hobby Horses __________$1.50 to $10.00 Campbell Kids _____________25c to $1.00 Toy Tea Sets ------------__25c. to $3.25 Toy Pianos --------________25c. to $6.00
Velocipedes ______________$3.00 to $6.00 Negro Dolls ______________60c. to $2.25; Toy Table and Chair --------______$1.25 Dump Carts -------_______25c. and 50c. f\
f Doll J Carts _____________:__25c. to $5.00 Tango Kid Dolls ____--------_:----$1.00 Childs Table and Chair ___$3.50 to $6.00 Teddy Bears, Hogs, Horses, Drums, Guns, J:
Childs WickerRocking Chair _$1.35 to $2 Jointed and __-___-25c to $3.50 _-__ and all
Undressed Baby Dolls _____:lOc. to $7.00ISCHOEIUT Dressed _________lOc. to $15.00 ; b == ___-___ $10.00DOLLS priced I


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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 S1.50 per piece, A great
25 and 50c each. lot of Vases lOc: to $3.00 each.



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miss our display of latest Toys of all kinds in our Toy Windows this A great display of Dressed Dolls, Toy Furniture etc.: in our Doll Windows .
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; I CHIFFON BROAD CLOTH, 54 in. wide Ladies' Skirts LAMBS WOOL CLOAKING, 54 inches
f $1.75 and $2.00 quality -------------$ 1.10 wide, $3.00 quality at ________.______$ 2.25 j
GABARDINE,48 in.wide in green, blue, A r F l
navy and black, $1.50 quality -$ 1.00 BEAVER CLOAKING, 5G inches wide,
CREAM SERGE, 54 in. wide, $1.50 $2.00 Quality -- $ 1.39
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/. at 89c $ 5.00 Skirts at $ 2.50 DINE,$1.00 and$1.25 quality-------- 85c "

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WOOL TAFETA, 42 inches wide 85 centquality $ 7.50 Skirts at $ 3.75 -----------------------

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WOOL CREPES, 36 inches wide, 75 cent $8.00 Skirts at $4.00 line of designs to choose from, 50c. and
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LETTERS TO THE SENTINEL .


Editor Sentinel:-Every year fora

< number of years it has been my

habit to spend a week or so in Or-
'tDhe BA-NK.gf: !
lando. I have never in my life writ-

ten a "puff" for a town; but reallyI i
SERVICE
PERSONAL. must say I have been greatly impressed P

on my present visit with the
degree and quality of talent in Or-
f
lando. Last Sunday morning I wor-

shipped with the Presbyterians, Sun- -

day night with the Baptists. At both USEFUL GIFTSA

services the music was a luxury anda
Different From Many -
I feast; and the preaching a delight.I way to spend] money yet keep it!

happen to be a preacher myself,

PresentsUnlike and I sometimes grow very weary of :: GOLD PIECES: :. ,
the sound of my own voice. What a
relief to listen to a trained and disciplined $2.50 to $20; in an attractive j ; .

..'\ thinker like Dr. Stagg, who plush lined box.
I brings things both new and old out
most things for Christmas, a CUilRRNCY:
of the treasury of God's Word. As
Bank Account with the State Bank of for Dr. Tupper, I think I shall do with engraved picture on same

Orlando increases in value instead of de myself the honor of plagiarizing his neatly framed, or Santa Clans
discourse at the first opportunity.As .
creasing. handing it to the one opening tile :
I was not born triplets, I could not

This is a wise gift for father, mother, be in several places at once, so I did 1 oIJer.

not attend the Methodist services. CHECKS
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daughter or son. However, I listened to Dr. Wray a
In Xmas colors in an denomination
any -
Four Per Cent Paid on Savings Accounts. year ago and I envy the audience
who hears him preach. Dr. Wray in Orlando, Jacksonville] ,

enjoys a South-wide reputation as a or N.! Y. Exchange. An excellent .
1JI preacher, and I have seen his sermons .
printed in the great New York v/ay to open an account for any 1

homiletical magazines; and even in .:. friend or member of the family.BANK '

. 1L! INTEREST PAD ON DEPOSITS the London periodicals. ..- : -
A Nor is the talent of Orlando con-
: in holly covered box v/ith booklet ,
fined to the churches. Your distin- .'

guished fellow townsman, Mr. Victor on Savings. \ ,
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I LOCUAND 1 1J I Eiffel Hose for men and women Starbuck, is already known throughout .
PERSONAL be had in boxes if desired, "It is ': '-.
I can gift the nation for his exquisite verse, .I ._ ,:.: a pleasure to serve you. --:
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J at Boardman's.___ 12-2-3tc and his fame is bound to grow.I .

Beautiful line of Ladies' Handkerchiefs forbear to speak of the physical -
Mrs. Edwin W. Davis, of Orlando,
at Boardman's. ? 12-2-3tc
perfection of Orlando. No state in (
is few in the ,
spending a days city a
the Union that I am familiar with
Mrs. C. E. Graham left yesterdayfor guest of the Harrington Hall. Mrs.
equals Florida in the beauty of its '
St. Augustine where she will visit Davis will probably return to Orlando n
middle sized towns. As proof of this JI i }
for a few days. tomorrow.-Ocala Star. I ID
statement I instance Daytona, Palm i

Beach, DeLand, St. Petersburg, and I .
25 per cent. off Boys Suits atBoardman's. Dress Shirts for Men, make -
Eclipse
12-2-3tc might mention as many more. And t .

very acceptable Christmas presents. if these : .. . .
I easily equal, not superior to .
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Get them at Boardman's. 12223tcI .
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Frances Cherry, who is attending is Orlando the Beautiful. i i ... : : ""

< school at Spartanburg, S. C., will H. F. HARRIS. i
I J. M. left
Judge Cheney yesterdayfor '
visit H. C. McDaniel for two weeks. -0--
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Arcadia where he will remain for -U
1 I Editor Sentinel-I attended the j-
I a few days on urgent legal business
Before having pictures see "life I Unitarian church yesterday. I have
I connected with the alleged forgery
motion pictures" at Evans', 100 North been a more or less regular attend-
case of Mcintyre vs. Black, the case
:Main. 11-25-tf ant at church services for thirty-two
involving several thousand acres of '
! I I years--everything from Salvation CANDIES
land in DeSoto county. 'I
L. M. Emerson, H. V. Smith, and \ Army to Roman Cathedral-and I do _

f F. S. Whitney, of Fruitland, were I. believe that the sermon by Rev.

J Putnam county visitors in Orlando Eleanor Gordon yesterday, from the

[ yesterday. subject, "The Christ in Modern Life,"

g I was the best, the most inspiring, the Xt116S Candies

l t Men's at and Boardman's.Ladies'---Initial Handkerchiefs FOR SALK]! most beautiful I ever heard.A RESIDENT.. .

I
Abbott Jr. who has been :
George ,
I If you want to laugh go to the Fair ARE HERENo
r visiting his sister, Mrs. Dr. C. D. :
Grounds Christmas afternoon. It
I Christ, left yesterday for Philadel- j
- phia. : 2300 acres of unimproved -
, ___ II Miss Marian D. McCullough, 116 home is complete Christmas morning without
, I pine land, fine East Amelia street, departed yesterday -
; Ladies' Waists, in holiday
boxes, at Boardman's. special 12-22-3tc !'I truck and fruit land, big for Dade City, where she will a box of Huylers.McElroy's.
visit her friend, Miss Bessie :
portion of it has clay \Idla-l'
Capt. B. G. Smith, one of Oviedo's l han, for a few days.:
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and marl suJ soil. Situ- .
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substantial citizens ---
staunch ,
and was i i --- ---- ------- --
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: among the visitors to Orlando yester- 'I uate on County road See them climb the greasy pole at I

: day. I the Fair Grounds Christmas. It I
within seven miles of i

Ladies' and Gentlemen's neckwear I Orlando. Jesse L. Lasky presents Theodore !I Pharmacy
at Boardman's. See them. 12-2-3tc Roberts in a typical American playof
l --- S4.40 an acre will buy circus life, "The Circus Man," I

Mrs. N. B. Ponder left Sunday for this tract and the proposition made tion from into George a motion Barr picture McCutcheon'snovel produc- !

Ocala, to spend a month with her son. I'
is 'cinch" "The Rose in the Ring. "The
a as a
Mrs. Ponder will also visit Lake Weir Circus Man," with Theodore Roberts, ., Agents Phone 20
and Silver Springs. small investment. This comes to the Grand tonight. 22-lt I
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price is for quick sale.
: Catching the greasy pig is one of : -
Beautiful line of Table Linen at
Boardman's, just the thing for Christ- If you want this land i the big attractions at the Fair!iI

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Mr. W. H. Howard was a repre- 1.1 1---Mr. and Mrs. Sam R. Marks, of :j .

sentative citizen spending yesterdayin .1 Jacksonville, will arrive Sunday for I!I :
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Orlando. He formerly resided in several days visit with Mr. and ::

Orange county, but is now living near i I I Frank Guernsey. Mr. Marks \Irs.\\ "
S.G.D olive (5 Son i .
Oviedo. ___ ( I former resident of Orlando and his : (haNltYDavinson
i I many friends will be glad to see him I II

George L. Shinn, of New Egypt, ; REAL ESTATENo. here. After a two days hunt they

N. J., has written to friends in Or- I will return to Jacksonville.See .

lando advising them that he will re- ] 3 WEST PINE STREET

turn here for the winter on January ; the snappy races Christmas afternoon -

1. and will occupy his residence on i Second Floor at the Fair Grounds. It -et ,i // 1(

Fast Amelia street. i a ( r _

Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Porter, of Jacksonville I

were numbered among the i .A4- 1 -
HAVE YOU SHIPPED THAT BOX OF FRUIT BACK out of town visitors in Orlando yes \\

HOME ? terday. Mr. Porter is state agent "

Let us do it for you. for the Buick Automobile company,

Miniature Orange box for $1.00 prepaid. with headquarters in Jacksonville.

10 lb. package for $1.35 prepaid; 20 lb. package for $2.00 Yesterday he left for a short tour of t

prepaid. the southern part of the state with 1915 HARLEY-DAVIDSON-II Horsepower 3-Speed Sliding Gear Transmission Automatic ; ..

Mr.\ John M. Cook. Mechanical Oil Pump. Step-Starter and 66 Refinements, $275.00.
Wright Seed Company j

All kinds of trick riders and fancy W. WHITNEY WRIGHT 129 Orange Avenue

Phone 179 206 So. Orange A>e. ropers at the Fair Grounds Christmas Orlando. Fla. 'J
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