The morning sentinel
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Title: The morning sentinel
Uniform Title: Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 6 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando Fla
Creation Date: December 23, 1914
Publication Date: 1913-1918
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075052
oclc - 34297093
notis - AKR3407
lccn - sn 96027193
System ID: UF00079945:00217
 Related Items
Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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When Ships Are Sev- ; When He Gets to Washington PAVING Fight on Canker Will Be Greatly UNTIMELY DEATH OCCURS SAYS CRYPTIC WIRELESS -

He Will Push Proposition Advanced by Appropriation I
eral Days at Sea i jNew I -
:Methods to Be '
I Orlando Entitled to a PETITION FOR NEW SIDEWALKS/ Thirty Year Old Woman Died
Orleans, La., Dec. :!.The New Building TestedAn
police have arrested ten Germans From Overdose of Chloro- ALLIES ARE STILL MAKING G GAINS

charged with placing infernal machines \ Con ressm n-e'ect W. J. Sears was Citizens Along Palmer Street in appropriation of $35,000 for investigation form at Apartments

aboard horse and mule ships in Orlando yesterday from Kissimmee of the citrus fruit canker YesterdayMrs.

_destined for England and France. i and while he did not find time to Smith's Subdivision Want by the department of agriculture was Vigorous Artillery Fire Sup-

One German has confessed and the pay The Sentinel a very lengthy vis- New Sidewalks PutDown included in the urgent deficiency bill Lulu Powers, thirty years old, ported by Infantry Action

police claim they have conclusive evidence it, he hobnobbed with a representativeat reported Monday to the house at who lived with her husband, Harry
others. The scheme : Atlantic Coast Line be- Washington.The Makes Big Gains for
r against the depot Powers, at the Astor hotel, died early
was for bombs, operated by clock fore taking his departure for the appropriation of $35,000 with .Allies in France
The city council in regular session yesterday morning at her apartmentsfrom
when the for him to which to fight the citrus cankc-,
work, to explode ships were south long enough get a
yesterday received an opinion from '
several days at sea. I line on his thoughts and know that which it now seems certain will p. an overdose of chloroform Berlin, wireless via Sayville, L. I.,

Hans Halle, alias Frank Helm, who he was in love with the City Beautiful City Solicitor Louis C. Massey rela- congress is of great importan to taken, it is said, as a remedy for gallstones Dec. 22.-It was officially announcedthat
tive to the petition of property own- with which she had been afflicted -
confessed to the plot, has masqueraded -' and its people. the growers of Florida, as i' gives Lieutenant Prondzynski, a dar-
ers objecting to the paying of
and the pave- them $70,000 in all with whicl. to con- for some time. naval aviator has flown
in woman's attitre police I "Do you know, said the genial gen- intersections! ing German ,
ment for street
are in possession of photographs I i tleman from the borders of Lake To- duct the fight against this dread disease The report current on the streets over the coast city of Dover Eng-
"I am of the opinion, reads :\Ir.fassey's .
showing him in woman's, garb. i i hopekaliga, "that Orlando looks good $35,000' having already been secured that she had committed suicide provedto land, and dropped several damaging
:\ communication, "that they
One incident which he told was the enough and is large enough to have a through public subscription.The be unfounded. It is said the deceased bombs. He reconnoitered the positionof
(the property owners) are liable for
making of an infernal machine, 75' union depot, and some day, in the not fight against the canker has been had been cautioned frequently the English fleet and then re-
one-half of the costs of these inter-
of the
per cent. dynamite, timed to explode I distant future, will get that which sections. In my opinion there can be prosecuted by the Florida Growers'and against taking an turned. __ _
in six and one-half days, which heI she is rightfully entitled to. Shippers' League, with the assistance medicine. ,- "; .....- .
doubt that the owners
no property ,
I .
was to express to New York tonight "The public building is bound to of the Florida Citrus Ex The remains were taken to her Lull on Battle Front '
the receive ad-
along street a special
for shipment on the French liner come. When I am in Washington in change. The government appropriation home in Michigan for burial last Paris, Dec. 22.-By a vigorous artillery -
from the of the intersections
vantage paving -
"Chicago," to sail Saturday. : April, and this matter is brought to and advised is to be used as the secretary of night. She had many friends in Or- fire, supporting valorous infan-
you are hereby -
The bomb was recovered from his my attention, it will be a special favor agriculture may see fit, and it is probable lando and they mourn her untimely try action in which the bayonet was
that you are not required to ,
room in a hotel. Halle says he puta for me to take it up with my col- I that some of it will be spent in death. used to deadly effect in a number of.
them that
make rebate to
any on account -
six and one half day bomb on the leag es in congress. You good peo- asked in their I! ascertaining whether there is any The remains were prepared for man to man encounters, the allies today -

steamer Rochambeau which sailed ple do rot keep this matter stirred up I. In making as his opinion petition.Mr. Massey method of cure. At present the only shipment by Hammond & Gore, un- made appreciable gains in several

from New York two days ago. like you should, for, believe me, if which i known way of dealing with infected dertakers. localities of great strategic impor-*
cited from an act of 1907 states
there ever a place that was enti- trees is to burn them.
t was that council tance wherever they were on the of-
a city may assess upon
SCOTT CONFERS WITH HILL tled to a government .bring it is the same a proportional share of the The following letter from Chase & I 1 fensive, and in those positions where
Orlando." I Company, Jacksonville, has been received consin.HONORS.
I expenses of said improvement, but in I i their troops called upon to resist the

Washington, Dec. .-Gen. Sctot no case shall such assessment exceed I and explains itself: German counter attacks, the Teuton

telegraphed the war department today I December 21, 1914. hordes rolled back and the allies' line
one-half the of such
amount I
had PARKWAY TO BE PAVED expense. To All Florida Agents. I EGYPT RULERSultan
that he a preliminary The petition protesting against the CITRUS CANKER was maintained intact.

conference with Gen. Hill, but that unjust proportion of the total cost of Gentlemen:-We have following The lull induced by exhaustion has

.his conference with Maytorena has the intersection paving was signed by telegram"today from Senator Fletcher come upon the battle field in Flandersand
Hussein Shakes Handsof
not been held. Scott's conferencewith New Pavement Will Be Laid Be- in regard to the appropriationwhich in the extreme northeasterly cor-
John F. Schumann, A. Spermerzatty
has been asked for to help in
Hill was held yesterday but details -i tween City Hall and the 6,000-Crescent Moon ners of France, where the
S. E. Ives, B. T. Kuhl, Jas. L. Giles, fighting this disease: nergy
have been withheld. j i Fire Department and W. A. Slauter.On "Subcommittee house committee appropriation Regarded as Happy spent by the combatants during the

From Gen. Bliss came the report ; Building a motion by Councilman S. A. I has approved citrus canker Augury past week was prodigal and not high
today that Maytorena is delaying the i item, thirty-five thousand dollars although the allies ad-
I Johnson, which was carried, the city in urgent deficiency bill and measure ly profitable
withdrawal of his troops until he is I Slowly but surely the city is being I engineer was instructed to make the ;oes in bill on report of bill to house London, Dec. 22.-The Chronicle's vanced their lines at several pointsto

satisfied that Hill also will retire to improved. Three years ago the parkway assessments as heretofore. today." correspondent at Cairo says that the positions better suited to offensive

the interior.It between the city hall and the A petition signed by C. Goesswein, Kindly advise as many interested era of new Egypt was ushered in operations on the French right.
that this item has
as can
was announced today that with- fire department building was ordered I I E. G. Duckworth, William Beekholt i been growers favorably you reported to the house, with a day of brilliant ceremony, dur- However important gains were

in two months there will be no need paved by the city council. Yesterdaybrick and S. S. Jones was presented to the which of course means that it has ing which ministers, officials, nota- made against forces formerly com-

of longer keeping large ships in Mex- [ was carted to the parkway and I council, expressing the desire for side- more than an equal chance of passing bles of the country and the entire manded by the German crown prince.
ican waters. The Delaware has been and being in the urgent defi- population of the capital paid hom- The invaders driven back from
piled against the fire department I I walks to be laid in blocks C and D, in ciency bill, the funds will be readily were
i ordered to Mexico, but she will relieve building. In a short time, but not Dr. Smith's subdivision, on the south available should the bill go through. age to the new ruler, Sultan Hussein. the right bank of the Meuse in the

the Rhode Island now there. three years, the work of laying the side of Palmer street. A resolution We believe the local papers at your The sultan received 6,000 persons, first important attack made by the

t Secretary Daniels said today it was brick will be commenced. In front of I to this effect was ordered drawn. In I I respective stations will be glad to I besides delivering addresses to many French forces on that side of the
,, publish this item as a matter of news. i
his intention to bring home the big the fire building will be a sidewalk. the petition C. Goesswein further Yours truly] I deputations.In river.
ships from both coasts, keeping only Later Oak street will le paved and stated that he would urge everybody I I CHASE & COMPANY.: I the evening the city was illuminated -

light draft vessels in these waters. I then the new motor fire truck can along this road to plant shade trees, I and lavishly decked with flags.It REBEL BOER LEADER SHOT

I swing gracefully from its quarters thus procuring a grade to go by. I,I MURDERER OF ALEXANDER IS I' was regarded as a happy augury

CASHIER WAS EXHAUSTED and race to the conflagration in record : CAUGHT that against the deep red of the sun- His Brother's Death Sentence Is Commuted -

i speed under the guidance of Fire KAISER RETURNS TO nO='TB:7l".t I I set glow a crescent moon with a to Five Years'

The Christmas rush proved too : Chief Dean.INVADE I Lrs An plp;?, r ec. 22.-Two K: speCta i iI bright star near it gleamed in the ImprisonmentLondon

much for G. C. Fields, cashier of the I iuenoiied ov V,*. Alexander; : Ibur i I sky.
I H-.t Baiters Says Err?-""
Southern Express company, who early 7 0- cs ..-i.rs who early! this morn- | Dec. 22.-A Pretoria dis-

yesterday morning suffered a AUSTRIA AGAINKingdom Has Ccirpitte'j{ Regained ;:-.*? entered the A'exa-ider! residence:: !: patch reports the first military execu- 1
His Health!
breakdown from exhaustion. He had s'>c<: and killed: W. M. Ale ader, Si-, POLICE ARREST SPEEDERSCity tion of a rebel leader in the uprisingin

I'-X been at his post of duty for many I r :Hicnire.7e' :"" arrested ti'i. e\ei- British South Africa, which followed -

., hours and the strain was too much Invaded From South Tx .'kr, Fec. 12.-'Ihe Ger ir. c">i- I hr >,? r&'ice.rhe to men gave t.e: j 1 1I the outbreak of the European

for him. He is improved and able to Servia Montenegrin: p-.vr has completely recovered and I names of Ethelbert Charles Oxm>.n : Officials Determined to
be around, but it is probable that he Armies Marching onSarajeo return_> : LJ i.o frca:, ;?.., .i\r
|i will never play Santa Claus with such announcement from the Berlin and, according to the police, they se- Protect the Lives of convicted of treason. He died brave-. a

intense vim and energy again. I main headquarters transmitted byway sucer a complete confession from I : ly. I
: !st ans a
of Amsterdam to Reuter's Tele- Witt, who declares that Oxman shot : & His brother, Lieut. Fourie was condemned -
London, Dec. 22.The Servian and
STATE NEWS gram company. Alexander. to death, but the sentence was "
:Montenegrin armies again have joined The police continued to enforce the '
for five 1I j
-- commuted to imprisonment
hands after the defeat of the Aus- traffic laws and punish violators by 'I I
Keewatin of Prairiedu I because the captain admitted 4
The Academy years
Chien, Wis., is to erect an 82x69 I: trians now making who invaded their second Servia advance, and are toward Development County DistrictsIs arres;;"-' i* -1-_* ::Fca !cwho were I I that he induced his brother to join J]

foot building at St. Augustine, for a'' assessed f:"C3 :n rcL3: court yester,I the rebellion. i
Sarajevo, capital of Bosnia. -
., winter school, at a cost of $7,000. I I The two armies, the supplies of Keeping Pace With OrlandoA day. Walter Mayers, arrested by Officer Both men had been officers of the -J
I : South African defense force and, be- ;
-0- which have been replenished by cap- I Peel for e"' ''eeding the speed limit -
Sarasota and Sarasota Bay district j 6 ing Boers, were tried by a courtmartial -
tures from the Austrians, have
was fi.icd vi.j .ia costs; and Leonard -
fin to vote trip across Orange in and line is the of Boers.
: Manatee county are on a formed county any dairy poultry net re composed
a junction near Vishegrad,
$165,000 bond issue for roads and I I which the Montenegrins have occu- direction from Orlando will convinceany sult.The I Bumby, also arrested by Officer

'bridges. I most encouraging feature" of Peel for the same offense, drew the Our Orlando friends have kindly
pied. They expect to be before Sara- observant person that the devel-
I all is that successful business men I same sentence.Dr. remembered us in their holiday trade.
i jevo within three or four days. opment of the country districts is
to see that is busi- G. H. Edwards, arrested by Of-
THE WEATHER I begin farming a i Give us two days more, and we will
I I WINDERMERE ITEMS 1 keeping pace with the towns. Landsare ness and are turning their attention' ficer Broom for exceeding the speed wish you all a merry Christmas anda
i I
i Florida: Generall fair Wednesday i i ___ I: being cleared and set to grove or to the soil. Northern farmers who limit in turning a corner at Orange happy New Year. Curtis & O'Neal,
and : Windermere, Fla., Dec. 22.-Mrs. put in condition for farming and 'eminently successful in the pursuit avenue and Church street, was also Orange avenue.

t Thursday. : Chas. Jennings, of Oak Shade, Ohio, trucking with amazing rapidity. I of agricuuture as followed in that before His Honor yesterday. How-

{ who is spending the winter with his More well directed effort is being country begin to see the possibilityof ever, the case against Dr. Edwards

SYMPATHIZERS? ARRESTEO family at Sanford, called Monday on made at general farming than ever farming in Florida in winter when was dismissed and the fine for con- NO REDUCTION IN WAGESu.

Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Springer, of this before. Farmers are going at the their country is ice bound, and thus I tempt of court was remitted.Mr. .

: place. work with a greater vim and with converting an otherwise dreary win- Weineger, arrested by Officer
Military Authorities Have Is- Mr. Arthur Haggery, Mr. S. Robinson 'I more intelligence than of former ter into a profitable vacation in the I Carter for running his automobile S. Steel Corporation Will Not

: Dr. A. II. Stafford, and Mr. L. N. years. This may be due to several land of sunshine without interferingwith I without lights, was fined $1; and Cut of '
Wages Emplo es-
sued Proclamations at Sev- ,
t Chamberlin spent Wednesday in Or- causes. First, the steady rise in the their summer work on the northern Leander Williams, arrested by Officer
eral Cities Giving lando. value of farm products makes farm- farm. Broom for soliciting over the line on Gary Sees Bright

_. Warning '! Miss Lizzie Palmer's car of furniture ing a business in these latter days I The world must be fed and this the A. C. L. platform, was fined $2. Future

arrived Saturday from Toledo, rather than a means of eking out an I means that every acre of productive There were no drunk cases on the f

,Berne, Switzerland, Dec. 22.-AtMuelhausen Ohio. existence. I soil must bring forth fruitage. Flor- docket yesterday. New York Dec. 22.There will be

Colmar and Sundgau, A party of young people made a Then, too, the government experts ida has thousands of acres of pro- no general reduction in the steel

and in Alsace, whosesale arrests of canoe trip, Sunday, through the chain have found Florida a most inviting ductive lands that will respond quickly PROHIBITION VOTE CLOSE workers' wages, it was decided at a

[citizens suspected of being in sympathy of lakes out of Lake Butler.A. field for experimentation along agri- and profitably to intelligent effort. meeting of the finance committee of

with the French have been ef- C. Swane, of Attica :Mich. is cultural lines and their efforts have The signs of the times are right for Washington, Dec. 22.Vote on the the United States Steel Corporationthis

,.fected. :Military authorities have issued visiting I -. Stafford and family. been so amply rewarded that farm- the right development of Florida Hobson country-wide prohibition afternoon. President E. H. Gary, '

a proclamation warning the public I Mrs G. irtord, Mrs. H. T. Brig- ing in this state has received a decided lands. Wild cat days of the non-resi- amendment was 197 ayes, 189 noes. who m .de the announcement, said

that punishment will be 'visited ham, Miss L. Palmer and Mr. and stimulus.A dent land speculator are over and we The necessary two-thirds vote not .here tre al: et.d.evidences; ; of a

-upon those discovered communicating Mrs J. C. Palmer formed an auto greater variety of crops, better are getting down to hard pan for having been obtained, the amendment :hange for 'f* Ketter: in the steel

'itJ r=::. oa 1.0 tha Fie..w .cvcr; .... arty to Oakland Sunday. .live stock and better products in the fc'aying qualities. 1 was declared. defeated.. aaiiet.. .


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Up t date pauting, papering etc., I NOTICE!
JfGflEJ is the kind want. Where I All automobile and .
you to get ..
aSTES@fSTES@SrE5iiaSTESlgSTESi| || [ !! !@STESJB STE STESj it? That's easy, phone 636. W. T. ; cense October taxes 1st. have This been is to I IoeCreaM

6UPBOARD Entrican. 1-20-tf linquents to pay said license KJX on.
or before December 25th; that those
El XMAS PRESENTS Ii' remaining delinquent at that time
WAYS OF PUTTING UP PEACHES. Don't wait for every one In town to will be informed against in the criminal AND ICES
marmalade may be made have Entrican the painter, before I court of record.
PEACH small fruit but only large you try. Am too trasy to look you I J. F. GORDON
handsome fruit should be chosenfor up. Phone 636, and I will be on the Sheriff of Orange County. For Xmas DesseTelephone : ,
job. 1-20-tl 12-15 to 12-25c
canning or preferring. J
Pullman Aprons]} Fruit Must Be Stoned. I
Peach Marmalade.-Peel and stone Now is the time to order GRIF- Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand's
Tourist Traveling Cases. some peaches. The smaller kinds will FING'S ROSES. W. H. Brokaw, Coal Yard phone 566. 9-31-tf 664
do for this. Weigh the pared and pit- salesman. 12-16-tf
r ted fruit. allowing; to every pound of ,
Travelers riting Sets. It three-quarters of a pound of sugar. Get the news ii> the Sentinel first. :
Cook the fruit by itself for three- ;
Parisian Ivory Sets. quarters of an hour "stirring" it con PHONE 646 SOMETHING NICE! New York Ice Cream j!
stantly. At the end of this time turn I ;
My Specialy
in the sugar and cook for ten minutes AUTO FOR HIRE
ffl Ice Hot Vacuum Bottles. taking off the scum. You may FIRST CLASS REPAIRING !, Two Beautiful Built ing Lois WHOLESALE AND RETAIL !
F- either put It at this
up stage or yon
add to It the chopped kernels ofa BARXARD & SOX ; On South Orange A\enuc.
i Parker Fountain Pens, may
_I I Brick Creams in Stock i
dozen or so of peach stones and the 17 Hughey Street Orlando Fla. near Lake Lucerne spltn.

Playing Cards: in Cases. Juice pounds of of a fruit.lemon for every three 12-10-1m did view of the lake only .1

n There should be a good deal of extra 2 1-2 blocks from business

Perfumes and Toilet Waters. Juice. and If this Is dipped: out aft- Dr BuckmasterOSTEOPATH center, nice big shade trees C. H Hoefler ,
Lg iiii r tA er the addition of the sugar and of shrubbery, &c., adjourning
flavoring and sealed in bottles it
Xmas in Xmas Boxes. any lot to of the best
Cigars [ J makes a fine sauce for baked or boiled I one residences
13rJ puddings. in city.-For sale by Residence tog Liberty St.

tA) Natural Looking Fruit. Graduate of Kirksvillez WALTER W. ROSE i Corner Jfariposa
Canning Peaches.-Thls recipe saves
E 1;) many hours' standing over a hot stove I3Z S. Orane Avenue REAL ESTATE FACTORY AROUND TilE CORNER
Try to have as many'jars ready a- Rooms I A 3 Watkins Block I
will be needed before beginning with ABOVE PEOPLES BANK PHONE 578 Phone 555 : PRICES RR.1S0.Y.l11LE
the peaches. Peel and cut In halves
E ESTES? PHARMA Y I and drop in jars as fast as you peel
: them so they will retain their original r. ';\
m color. Let the outside of the peach
come next to the Jar and they will .
look like whole peaches. Now have
ready a hot sirup inad__witb two cupfuls -
of sugar to otii*If of water
PHONES EZ Use only one cupful of water If you
tA like them quite sweet. Have covers
+uerAraee.a I .I.I"sY I
heated. and after pouring hot sirup
J over the fruit and filling them to the XmasSuggestionsAre
61 and 95
brim adjust covers and rubbers and
fi. I screw as tight as possible. Now placeIn

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enough to handle then screw lids
STF..s, ,STE511@5.TF..sllf QSTFS STESIISTF..sUSTF..sti[I5TESI I Ii down tight. When the Jars are cold II

t tighten Left again.Over Juice Makes Jelly. You a S. P. U. G ? .
Preserved Peaches.-Fill a dishpan
I half full of peaches then cover them ...

: HgRRBDR[] ?: the three with water or boiling four and water.minutes the peaches let then them will drain stand peel off I Did you ever think of going to the

very easily. When you have a kettleful -
HOUSEHOLD peeled make a sirup of one cupful GAS OFFICE to look for Xmas pres-
of sugar and two cupfuls of wa-
ter for every quart jar. When it boils
; put in your peaches and cook until a ents?
; PAINT straw will run through them easily.
then can as usual. If the peaches are *
very large cut them in halves after I
fDr mDst_everYJhinJI they are peeled leaving the stone inI I Perhaps you never have but we
one half. If they are small ones put

t Easy to use. the them stones up whole.in, as it In helps either to case give leave thema want you to see what we have this year. i

E nice flavor.1K T
Easy to buy.

,z Small cans. .aJ ./ We:carry only the latest and best

t f 16 Colors and -, Gas Appliances in the market.


t. "I.I Wears well. I _J0UPBOARD Present which will be appreciated.

t .'. Looks well. WHAT TO HAVE FOR SUPPER.


Ii J What more ask Creamed Parker Orange Cauliflower House Charlotte.Iced Rolls.With. Ham. ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO.

Ir 'I' -can you Tea. ,

are capricious a
WIlE.appetites like this will\
SOLD BY tempt even the fastidious.

Jos. Bumby Hardware Co. Parker House Delicious Rolls.Rolls.-Take three
quarts of flour one quart of milk one
tablespoonful each of butter and sugar
I-.L ANDO one teaspoonful of salt and one-

all the cupful half It together butter yeast while of water and cake hot.with one;dissolved Let a scald cupful knife.it cool the of in;Let milk then the'one-half it flourto mix add rise Mi Ml E 1 t & Illv i tm. nt C Co. .

MIMIilMliMHHIMMililHliMlilUMMMMMlM three hours cut it down let it rise one .
hour; then make rolls. Let rise half
hour In pans and bake in hot oven. Capital $50,000. Fully Paid Up.
REAL ESTATE. Creamed Cauliflower With lIam.-
head cauliflower, three well
Take one
beaten eggs. two cupfuls white sauce. Incorporated In Florida; Therefore Under Stale Control
three-fourths cupful finely chopped
cooked ham. Trim the cauliflower and
boil in boiling salted water until it
is tender; then drain and rub it
We buy d sell all classes and kinds of Real Estate.If through a sieve. Add the eggs and

you want to buy or sell the earth it will pay you to call one cauliflower cupful and of the pour white the sauce mixture to Intoa the extend a cordially invitation to investors and

and talk your wishes over with us. Turn buttered out on mold.a hot.Bake flat dish until cover firm. WE! Property-Holders to call at our office, to learn .
with sauce and sprinkle with ham.
The manager of this firm has had years of exper- A Dainty Dessert. the most progressive and conservative methods. .

ience dealing in Florida investments, having sold over a box Orange of gelatin Charlotte.one-third-Take of a one cupful third of To protect your interests this Company aside ot -i hei

cold water one-third of a cupful of
million dollars worth of Florida Real Estate in the last boiling water. one cupful of sugar financial strength, give Bank Guarantee whenever our
juice of one lemon one cupful of or-
two years. ange Juice and pulp whites of three mail
eggs. Line a bowl with lady fingers clients demand it. Enquiries by promptly an
We are well posted on the value of all classes and or sections of orange as preferred.Soak -
the gelatin in cold water until swered.
kinds of Florida property. We want listed with us all soft. Pour on the boiling water. add
the sugar and the lemon juice. Strain -
bargains in Real Estate, and we want customers for Real the orange juice and pulp and add ,
with a little of the grated rind. Set
Estate Bargains. in a pan of extremely cold water.
When it begins to harden beat it until Phone 570
i Office Peoples National Bank. ,
light. Add the beaten whites and over
beat together until the mixture is stiff
enough to drop. Pour Into the mold.
Iced Tea.-One of the most refreshing -
WARING REAL ESTATE COMPANYR. beverages is iced tea. Prepare a
tea as usual. When cool place in
clean bottle**-milk bottles are good
for that purpose cover and place on
D. WARIXG, Manager : tee until very cold. Serve in tall glasses
partly filled with crushed ice.

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(} ; UPEO.M D :' Drennen Fla., Dec. 21.-C. Char-

ron, of Vineland N. J., is erecting a GRAND
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cottage on Gatlin. Mr. Char-
THE DINNER ECONOMICAL ( ron is a well known writer of boys


DINNER MENU.Cream fLN.lt Spinach I'urte.Cucuml 111=:XU.. Mrs. J. Brewer and Mr. and ::\irs.Limegroves TODAYArthur

of Carrot Sftupi er Salad.: spent Friday at Orlando.J. .

Pot Roast Creamed with Crown Carrots.Potatoes. Scallup"., Tonl4itoelLal \V. Pace left Monday to spend
\ Coulash.Apple :
Combination Salad. Custard. Christmas at his former home at Alton -
!tA ARLDANN R N N Apple Frithrs.Drop CoffeeAM. '
Ca :.,s.POT I; Va. Upon his return he will be
:accompanied by Mrs. Pace and their

..:TA l.\L Jet lUfM-elisi"' !: daughter Winifred.Mr. JohnsonIn
irOAST may lie made with one lUUl'r i.. outlined auoie :.,mesuggraiuus .: and Mrs. Butler of Detroit
the cheaper cuts of meat and I
allows the housewife to ecouoniize ; tor prt-unui| it are i Mich., arrived here last week and are
given liert.
uow that meat I is so high. I I occupying the property which they the lOlh ol the "Beloved Adventurer" Series
Cream of Carrot Sony.Take two A Novel Soup. I own on the clay road.

cupfuls:. cut carrots, three cupfuls uii.k.; t l>iiuu-li I'uree.Wa and boJ until\ t I William Lemon who came here a

Means one table&i>oouful butter, one tablespoonful tender Idaiu. me chop PUIIIK:line! and of fre.b MUimer-[lin.ldl,1 in a i few months ago from Toronto Can., "
tiuely cut oniou. oUt tablespoonful [
flour one-half tea pooufu! b iui-fi>.in in which one tul ie::-|>ooiiful is building a bungalow on the Orlando "Gi-'aiii.I n O Opera in Ruhieville

salt one-fourth teaspoonful white pepper of 1 butter has been melted. TaUe Hunt I road.

and one tablespoonful I chopped htote. add oue-Luif tea:,.ixxjiiful of salt. Mahlon Gore who owns consider- ,

parsley. Nash scrape and cut the a dash of iiuluo; and one tablespoonful I able real estate here has had a forceof

carrots cover with boiling water add of { r..ttl'ht- .e. Heat one cupful men at work improving the orange
j one-half teaspoonful bait and boil thirty ..adl"f milk tend W.lter11,11 boiling! j I he has Lake A screaming comedy A special feature com-

t. 1 or forty minutes or until tender. acid the "*,>piiii<-li and two beaten eirgj; j j![[ grove purchased on plete in two parts.

Drain and mask. Put two cupfuls Mii.uier fur! four tuiuutes. Uieu piece. Iuucuvrrs.on I I Mary.
the top shelf of a vert :Mr.: and :Mrs. Amasa Finch and
milk and one cupful stock (in which
the carrots were cooked) on in top of but "\emi for live minutes. Sereitb daughter Miss Mary Finch of Wav- NOTE-Hear "THAT ORCHESTRA"

REAL [ESTATE double boiler. As soon as it boils add --TOUtOU erly, N. Y., are Maryland Villa for this picture.

the carrots. Put the butter and onion Scalloped' '1'0111 a tOl'8.-Season about a the winter.

iu frying pan cook one minute then (pint of sliced tomatoes with :1 trufepuouful The four pretty bungalows erectedon
add the flour and oue cupiul milk slow of salt, a scant teaspoonful of
Lake Jewel last
Jennie spring by
ly. :Stir until smooth and creamy then pepper ami onion juice. Add a cupfulof
add to tbe milk. Add the salt and pepper finely minced celery. Butter a lacking Miss Lillian Earnum are all occupied. '

McDUFFEE' ;strain and add tbe chopped parsley dish. First put in half of the tmatoe.s. The latest arrivals are Mr. and Mrs. "He Nearly Won Out/

NEIL Made With Chuck. then a layer of crackersSprinkle W. E. Tew and daughter Miss Margaret I

Pot Roast Beef With Brown Pota : ) with two lienpiiiK tabie' |"M>n of Waverly N. Y., who are at
fuls of cheese then add to A Lubin .
grated ; the Comedy."ONLY
Contractor and Builder toes.-Take n out and one-half pound Tioga Lodge. Mr. Tew and family
matoes. sprinkle the top wit | *-i u-key
chuck roast and wipewith wet cloth occupied this cottage after it v -
; crumbs and bits of butter :iu baketwenty
Bungalows a Specialty put Into iron boiler or Dutch oven uud i minutes.A completed last spring and wt .?
both sides. I if do uot have
sear ou you
pleased with the location they .
.. Arcade Building. Orlando an Iron U/ior: : or Dutch oven sear I iu French Method. -
Veal Goulash.-Take about one and returned.C. "
frying pan When stared: put into A
boiler ami add one ote'on. cut small; one-half pounds of lean tillet or leg of MacMahon, a weh known
BEST SELECT OYSTERS 50c. Quart one tablespoon I salt one-fourth tea veal. Remove skin and sinews and newspaper man, from Atlanta Ga., ,

siKKUiful{ white pepper and two cupfuls cut into fairly thick slices or cubes ef came Friday and is at the Japanese
TheWaldeckerFishCoFOR even size. feel and slice thinly a fair- A Vitagraph Production.
boilum water Uoil one and one Cottage. He will be joined later by
half hours; then add one quart |x,ta ly large onion and fry iu A pail with an
FISH AND OYSTERS llrs.lacllahon, who is visiting at
toes. which have been washed uud ounce of lard to a pale color. Now
In the meat season with salt Scarsdale, N. Y.Arrangements.
Phone No. 5. 206 Boone Street : pared. I Soil tweuty minutes or until put pepper
the potatoes are done adding water: as and paprika and allow to cook. I are being made to
P. M. and W. O. COX it is needed. You must have two cupfuls :Next dredge the meat with about a ta- start a Sunday school here after the HEAR

10-23-tf of gravy by the time It is done blespoonful of flour, mix well and holidays. Much interest is being
Mix: one tablespoonful: flour with cold moisten with one-half a pint of good
shown and it is expected there will be
. water and add to the gravy; then add stock and a small glass of claret cover I "THAT "
allow cook for thirty pupils at the first meet- ORCHESTRA
one tablespoonful caramel. the pan and to slowly lover
about an hour. Have ready two or I ing. The organization will be a unionone ,
" Apples Are Cheap.
Christmas three potatoes. washed peeled Iud cut and every one will be welcome.
Apple| Fritters. Take one cupful into cubes; add these when the meatis I Burlesque the great comedy "Grand Opera in
flour, one te.isHHjuful| baking |iowder.a J
little sail and jolts: of two .-gsrxbeaten half done. Almut ten minutes before I I Big crowd big crowd goes by poor Rubeville.: It's worth twice the price of admission. I
Almost HereGive iitiht.: witb cupful of milk serving; mix a ilttle sour cream Mrs.; Brigham's, for she is so busy
with the Mew Serve hot king care of the Belgians that she
Orate in tinve medium sized ripplebeat -,
Apple Custard.Take u half dozen has no time to sell her pretty Christ-
well and fold in stilly beaten I
apples pre and gi"ate the.se with the I mas cards and gifts. Please do come
whites of two eggs. Drop by spoonfuls | in, 22 West Church street. 12-19-tf
rind of one lemon. Add the yolks of
Into hot fat and fry until nicely
us your order for browned. Drain brown aud three ejrjrs.; sweeten! to taste and bake 1 5c lOc I
on paper 1a
PLUM PUDDING ten to fifteen minutes In a quick oven i Eclipse Dress Shirts for Men, make
serve with maple sirup.
RAISINS When done spread over the top n ,very acceptable Christmas presents.
Cakes. Take beat the them Boardman's. 12-22-3tc
Drop one egg. Get at
meringue made by l>e: tiij the n cite*
DATES white separately, add one cupful of I
of three eggs: to a stiff froth with utal
FIGS oue-balf of butter lard 'TEN -- --- -
sugar. cupful or mid ACRES overlooking Orlando;
>Ie pooiifiil of |powdf'rro sugar; a
PECANS two cupfuls of flour and two teaspoonfuls teaspoonful of lemon extract Put the all cleared; fine land; good home or

._> ALMONDS of baking powder. Beat tbe butter riMjird in the.uveu to brown. site. $2,000. II. McDaniel.. Phone
ENGLISH WALNUTS and sugar to a cream. Bake in 708.

Y Eiffel Hose for men and women
MINCE MEATCRYSTALIZED .u.N can be had in gift boxes if desired,
GINGERWe kaJY at Boardman's. 12-2-3tc DANN'S TRANSFERDr.
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carry a full line of Xmas eat'
ables. 'I The Sentinel "want" columns are a Ladies' and Gentlemen's neckwearat

XMAS PRESENT .' guarantee of income to many. Boardman's. See them. 12-2-3tc B. D. WIENENGA, Prop.

Send a Box of Fruit to your friends.: -

i Rocky Only Give$1.35 Mountains.us your express order prepaid now. east of 1 f? _-CUPBOARD KITCHEN I I I'J OPERA '-7V ED.lJo I II Livery, Draying and Hauling I

l'Y' omelets are no more diffl I I

\ CARUT1URS & GORE F.\cult to make than plain ones I RETURN OF THE SUPREME DELImiT '
Almost fruits
any or vegetablesuiay
I be used in varying them. Some I
i excellent recipes for the omelets are OLIVER,MOROSCO ,

flew r Modern Groceni the following: offers i .

Omelet Served With With Tomato Tomatoes.:5mce.-Takt. Brilliant Production of ; Country: Driving for Eight or Ten Solicited

Phone four eggs aud beat until light and
foamy. Then add two-thirds of a cup
ful of milk into which has been mixeu r S

6 and 8 East Pine St. a teaspoonful of flour a third of a tea, t 'Phone 257. Orlando, Florida
spoonful of baking powder and a pinch

of salt. Heat all together well and By J. Hartley Manners
cook in a l>ntter.Hl frying pan in a hot 4

ORLANDO oven. i Tho Greatest Comedy,of Youth In the English Language, -_
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: Tomato Omelet.-Take six eggs two .- ,,
With The Same Cast 'andREA
ripe tomatoes. three ounces of butter. Distinguished

a piece of shallot aud seasoning of I MARTIN as "PEG" I l.-C-jy Xmas From the Delicatessen j
PLUMBING salt and pepper. Skin the tomatoes
: CO Mail orders with remittance
and cut Into small pieces. Add the accepted proper Man
,. shallot, chopped fine. Separate the I Seats on sale Tuesday, 9 a. m. at Eutts j
eggs and beat both yolks and white I PRICES: 5Oc 75c 1.00 $1.50 i.. tIe: rush ci i; li LC1'ling: Otia'l worry about Lunch. I have always on :
26 WEST PINE STREET up tight Mix tbe tomato shallot salt t 1._..,: a ..Lv.... cl -.I Le,..-J ..* I: and pepper with the yolks. Put the

PHONE 122 butter Into the frying pan and make -- -- -- -- -------- CoLD LO..wT: IflvlCI LAMS TONGUE CHICKEN
quite hot; then stir the whipped whites
carefully into the yolks and turn tbe THE OSCEOLAOPENED

Best Plumbing at Low- mixture the time.into the pan and cook stirringall J. 2. Tl..... LHRi MR. J. E. MCHOLSOIS'S a

'hone 26 Bakery I IDon't
est PricesWe Use For Cold Vegetables. DEC. 20, 1914 "
Potato Omelet.-Take a cupful of 1

are not in the combine. mashed potatoes, three eggs, with Magnolia: and Fctirsf!; Ace, J. W. HURLEY, Manager __ ______ ]1

SLAUTER'S latest inventions used yolks and whites beaten separately a __ __ __ _____ ____ __ u ;,
on all firstclassPlumbing scant ap..It'lIful' of salt a dash of

I I white peeieerr{ half a cupful of sweet Gimcracks for JI

E: Construcion milk and a heaping: teaspoonful of Am Leaving; FloridaAnd I Buy
flour. Heat: and grease a large saucepan !-

I or frying pan and pour tbe mixture \\Specially Price my luo Properties in Winter ParkA Christmas Presents 1
into it. Keep: on top of stove at I i

;: Real Estate Bought moderate bent till set and brownedon 1
the under side. Then set on the good 6-room house 7 acres of land and a fine Grove of 800 Various fancy articles made of plush, celluloid, leather, j

rack in the oven to brown on top. full bearing' Orange, Grapefruit and Tangerine Trees. Within two silver and known to the trade
, and Sold. brass or even as "Holiday
blocks of Public School, close to Depot and Post Office. In addi-
Asparagus Omelet.-Break the yolks tion to making a home this property will make a yearly return on Goods," are made simply for show and have no practical 1
. and whites of four eggs into separate the investment of from 10 to 25 per cent, according to crop and these of
In and
dishes last the yolks till thick add market conditions price $8,500.00; also value or utijity. days war straightened 1
City Building Lots $100; $1.00 cash four tablespoonfuls of milk and salt finance ought to spend > our Chaistmas
and My Residence Property in Winter Park 12-room, New Modem you money wisely. 1
t $1.00 per week buys a Lot and lepllt'r Then fold in the stiffly' dwelling with every city convenience. Lake front 20 acres of A great book a nice picture, a musical instrument or talking -

RENTS COLLECTED. beaten whites Melt a little butter in land highly improved, 1500 Orange and Grapefruit trees irrigated of fine hundred !
i an omelet p-- n. and when it is hot turn garden. Property is close in, well located close to the new machine a stationery, a copperplate
:Votary Work Promptly and Neatly In the egsr*. Itrown well and then set' Country Club House and Golf Links, a property good enough for I engraved calling cards, fountain pens supplies for
Done. in the," the most exacting. Special price to make an immediate sale, $16- .
oven one Utl minute.and Have asparagus 500 and will give possession in :;0 days. the writing desk at the office or in the hr.me, these and
tips seasoned.' Spreadyn
See owner only. Write or phone me for a date and I will sendm other articles in our stock make Christmas gilts that
N. P. HATCHER th2 omelet fold the latter ant turn I many
; car to any place in Orange County to show you these properties. and comfort the I
on o bt>f pi-It-r and garnish with prove useful and bring joy whole year

ORLANDO FLORIDAOffice 1 KTX K KFCFZKJ1, through. Do yourChristmas: buying early and buy wiselv.W. I

at Pinehurst ParkP. par1Ps& BOX 33, WINTER PARK FLORIDA S. BRANCH II

O. Box 281 44-z Orange County's College City and one of Florida's Prettiest places. ,

riTxr n- 'O-S ID I, The Arcade Cook and Musk Store'PJLf I Ii

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South Florida THE DAILY SentinelMORNING I IS WATERMELON KING G:1 FULL flEET TO PRACTISEWhen This is For I .-.. .1 t


W. M. GLENN ....................Editor D. II. Sphaler Says Call Is ,
W. C. ESSIXCTO.V .. .Bus neu Manage Frostproof Given First Timein {! !

-Entered-at the poetoffice at Orlando. Flor- Spots in County Around Two Years All WarShips SPECULATORS Ij I
ida. M Second Class Mail Matter. Lakes Is Adaptable to Have Been j

Daily. 1 Year SUBSCRIPTION.............RATES........... $5.00 Tender Vegetables TogetherWashington ORLANDO'S I
Daily 6 Months ...................... 2.50 i
Daily 3 Months ...................... 1.23
Daily. 1 Month ..........._........... .60WWkly. Mr. D. B. Sphaler, the watermelon Dec. 22.-Secretary of Four lots on Colo- f

.Year ...................... 11.00 king of Orange county, boasts that the Navy Daniels has announced that FAVORITE
he can raise melons month in i
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN every the entire Atlantic fleet will be nial Drive within 300
ADVANCE the year at Winter Home, and in or- ,. #
TO ADVERTISERS: der to convince some of his doubting mobilized for battle practice off feet of Colonial Hills SHOPPING

Cop for display and aU other b.ndt friends a few days ago he treated Guantanamo.

.advertising.r the must Sentinel be handea not later in at th.n the busineu.Iflce 2 p. ... them to a nice big Florida Favorite When the fleet is assembled for where lots are priced PLACEDo
the day berne publkaUon. This rule applies fresh from the vines that was as fine practice it will be the i iI
first time in
to changes for contract advertising: it ia as any summer melon produced.If from 350 to 600
invariable and will be strictly adhered to. two years that four divisions consisting
Mr. Sphaler succeeds in I
S Di nrbea desiring The Sentinel discontinued produc-
should notify the office in writing on ing winter melons in large enough I of four battleships each have per lot. If
the date of expiration otherwise it will be worked
continued at the regular subscription rates. quantities for commercial purposes, it together. I
until notice to stop is received. Naval officers of rank insist that within ten the,
Telephone Numb r ..._.................. 24 will be another of those luxuries pe- the failure i days You Need
to hold the Our
culiar to Orange county that induces annual fleet

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1914 our Yankee cousins to come to us practice last winter and last spring price is only 5800, for I{
each winter. resulted in disorganizing the fleet as

Orlando needs a motor fire truckas The contention of Mr. Sphaler is a battle unit and thereby reduced its the four lots.Cooper Help ?

much as the city needs mules for that there are protected spots around I efficiency as a fighting machine. .

its street department.The these large lakes so nearly frost The excuse made by the navy department -

proof that by a little artificial protec- I for failure to mobilize the

eleventh hour shopper is cover- tion many of the most tender vegeta- entire fleet was that the vessels were
ing ground today. bles can be produced in winter. needed in Mexico and that it was

0 more important to keep a powerful

Villa is another man who is always EX-SENATOR FROM GEORGIA line of battleships off Vera Cruz than 114 South Orange Ave, Ground Floor .
taking the joy out of life. I it was to assemble them for practice.
DEAD Phone No. 311
ft i In reply to this excuse, naval officers I I

Don't put off till tomorrow what i have insisted that gunboats or destroyers --- .---- ----------1
Valdosta, Ga., Dec. 22.-William
you can do today--draft those New would have served as well
Year resolutions. Stanley West, former United States !as battleships in Mexican waters. Subscribe for The Daily Sentinel j
senator from Georgia, was found deadin
The court house dock struck at 3 bed at his home here early today. I I II II 1I i
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lIe had retired apparently in good I Ii
o'clock yesterday for the first time in i
health and died some time during the iI I .
two days. It has been on a strike! II
Physicians stated that death I
Harry Kendall Thaw would like to ,
ently due
was to
be in Europe. He could get as much
..lIr.Vest was appointed by Gover-
pleasure out of life there as at Mat- I
teawan. nor Slaton to the United! States sen-

ate March 2, 1914, to fill the vacancy
caused by the death of Senator A. O. I LAKE EOLAHere
The police continued their vigil by j
Bacon. His term expired last November !
nabbing three "exceeding the speedlimit" only
when Thomas W. Hardwick,
motorists, who appeared be- I -
then a congressman was elected to II
fore "His Honor" in police court yes- the senate. I I.
terday. I

0 is an unusual offering, one that I can unhesi-
Three years ago the city council '
recommend GREAT BARGAIN. The lot is
ordered the parkway between the fire .I as a
house and the hall be Washington, Dec. .-Discovery of j '"
city building to I
90x200 the house contains and bath.
and seven rooms
a new counterfeit $10 note on the Na-
paved. Yesterday was hauled
into the parkway and work will be f tional Park bank of New York city Servants room on premises. Orange and grapefruit and 2
was announced today by United
started in a short time. 'The excuse

-the only plausible one-is that the States secret service operatives. Ac- peach trees, shruberry and flowers and ornamental

city has been so busy caring for its cording to'the official description, the
citizens that it has neglected itself. counterfeit bears the check letter plants. Owner will sell furnished or unfurnished. The
o 1F;" the portrait of William McKinley -

; charter number 891; bank num- location is No. 215 E. Robinson avenue, on north shore of
ber, 257321; treasury number
If a three weeks truce could be established M644594, and should be readily deI' Lake Eola, and overlooking Eola Park. Listed exclu-
between the MoreShopping
warring na- tected.
tions in Europe during the Christmasand i sively with me. The price will astonish you, it too low,

New Year season;
PHYSICIANS NOT SPEEDERSThe but owneris determined to sell. Cash or terms. c
If all the Austrians,Russians,Turks, I

British, German and French soldiers
police court I
could lay aside the arms of war for Tuesday passed
21 days and seek their wives, sweet- upcn several cases of speeding by
prominent men of Orlando asessing
hearts and children; :
fines all but Dr.
If all the wardogs could be silenced on Edwards. The

and the Dove of Peace be fed kind mayor cautioned the policemen to I S.Y.WAYInsurance
hereafter be careful in ar-I
words and sweet thoughts for a like
period; rests, which they said they would .do,
and moreover he gave it out as a fu- I
If the comforts of home; the love
of wives, sweethearts and mothers, ture proceeding that physicians would and Real Estate Agent Days
not be held liable
and the adoration of bright faced chil- conviction of I
speeding if found to be
dren could be secured for three necessary.
If strained bodies and burning eyes NO STAND ON WAR EXPORTS I

could be relaxed; hunger appeased;
injuries dressed by loving hands; the Washington, k .-President I Until
Word of the Infinte imparted for less f Wilson had taken no stand on pend-

than one month- ing bills to prohibit export of war I

r Peace and not war would be the munitions to belligerents in Europe '
result. |and told callers he had not expressedany j

t ti,( 0 opinion to congressmen. -j

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If there is any one thing about the Christmas !

I coast defenses of the country which
i ought to be perfectly obvious to a
everybody .
r it is that the guns should at La yaiiiEiBS/ and Him ''atches

r least equal in range, calibre and rapidity -
J of fire the most powerful in

naval use. .

They do not. It now appears froma

report made last month by Gen. dainty enough for a fairy WE CHECK AND DESPATCH ALL
Wbtherspoon, then chief of staff, that

the big 14 inch guns on the coast defenses PARCELS FREE OF CHARGE
can not shoot as far by 2,000to girl can resist the charm of a dainty La Valliere veritable

3,000 yards as guns now being lacework of gold or platinum, set with precious or semipreciousstones
mounted the
on higher types of bat-

tleships. They have the advantageof The designs this year are so unusually lovely, so delicate
more stable platforms and more
accurate range finding than the naval and fine, we are sure they must have been inspired by the fairies. We prepay all Express

guns. But what does this amount to I

if a hostile fleet can come within ef- Especially Bracelet Charges on out-of-town I ..
fective striking distance of our charming, too: are our] Watches. A more pleasing gilt

strongest forts and still remain from could not be chosen, or one that combines so much beauty with practicability purchases exeept Gro-

one to two miles safely beyond the
extreme radius of our fire?
Presumably this is at the bottomof Come in and look them o\'er-wllether you intend to purchase cedes a a I

the hasty inquiry by a special or not. We know it will be a treat to you to see
coast defense board, whose
report has
these exquisite pieces of jewelry,
just been made and is held cinfiden-

tial. It evidently discovered some-

thing worth acting upon and was not
long in doing so.

This is again ilustrative of the biuIiciEs

present national need in relation to CO.' t
defense. It is knowledge of what use
has been made of the great sumes T. H. EVANSa .
hitherto expended rather than a blind

rush into larger appropriations to be

expended along the old lines. It i 15 JEWELER .DEPARTMENT STORr.

knowledge of how a more effectiveuse .. ..
can be made of the same amountof

money, and in the case of the coast Orlando Orange Avenue Florida ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE

forts it evidently is not taking a long

World.time to find out-says the New York I II

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J t Open 2 p. m. and 6:30 p. m. !

LUCERNE TODAYThe I Admission 5 cents I

t.... .. . '
Last and Greatest Exhibition of this Great Artist '
TOn.\Four rs Big PROGRAM Keels i, F'Vliat\ Sliall ll I GlY (
HO KIANG Eclair. "The Blunderer's :Mark" by '
ifthe if Eugene Payne and ilanlove K. Stanley.Rhodes, with Edna ,.!' n' n

The Yowell-Duckworth has the issued from Sake." 'I
Company accepted challenge Nestor. "For Friendship's |
A Western drama, produced by Grace'' This is a question often asked and sometimes
stage Mondaynight, under the following\ conditions: Ii

o Kiang agrees to escape from a box built on the stage in plain view of the ; Cunard.Sterling. "When Snitz Joined the U hard to answer, you will be greatly U
t Force," with Ford Sterling.: :
audience by two carpenters of the Yowell-Duckworth Company, of one-inch
planks fastened with three-inch nails, and roped on all sides, without breaking :1= Imp. "When Dolly Died." : r helped by coming into our store and

the box or leaving any traces whatsoever. t; THAT GOOD looking at our big stock of Christmas


Thanhouser. Beauty. i GULf GASOLlN[


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

! Automobile Contest. UAUTO E OIL:,

I L Same Little Prices I j ARE THE BEST FOR YOUR CAR ;'
I I II 11 Goods bought now laid away until

; Drums for shipping and storage
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1.llltl.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.III..D'I'C_ _ ___ u ___ I. ..I..OI..111. .-.t"t' "I'IIII" I tanks kept on hand. t OPEN EVENINGS
mas Carol," by Kate Douglass Wiggins -

I which was given by Miss Donna Lubricating Oil and Greases to suit
(@rlau n nrtrty I Voorhees. Miss Donna is a young all cars. Give make of car when you

, reader of promise, and her Irish dia- order. h..llen & c.,
lect woaJ have fooled
Pat himself,
-Edited: By Miss Eliza WrightOffice I
as she impersonated Mrs. Ruggles instructing -
telephone No. 179. Residence telephone No. 254 I JEWELERS
.. her nine children as to how
they should show manners at the din-
given for the children of this city at ,,
The white ribbon salute was given
Dec. 22nd26th. their Lodge Room, No .10 East Pine I P. G. WALTON, Agent
Mrs. ro; :
Magruder as an expression of T-1T
street, on Thursday evening, Decem- -
appreciation to all taking part on the Office Phone 450.;
Wednesday ber the at : I'
3 P.M.-Unity Circle; "How Not to o'clock. twenty-fourth Loyal Order of Moose.seven-thirty" I program. Residence Phone 269. I. I III I I I it9 I! C I I I II I I I II I II 6 II I I II = I I lei I It

Keep Christmas." W. S.Coleman W. R. Rhan : < >
A :Merry Christmas to All! Miss Helen Drew entertained t THERE'S A REASON FOR
8:30 P.M.Dance at the Armory. 'about twenty-five of the younger so- I SALE-Good violin and Edison VENEER CORES
ciety set last evening with an informal 1'R.OF ATNT
Guests From Sanford I phonograph. Apply to 723 Center SUN
:Mr. and Mrs. Douglass Elerbe and I Victrola dance, at the home of her street, Orlando, Fla. 12-23-Gt $1.25 -- --

son, John Cheney, will arrive tomor- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin ", i Sold at -gaining in popularity every day.
I I POSITION WANTED By chef all Per Strand
row from Sanford to spend the holi-i Drew, on East Central avenue.Iany ; Up
I round cook
Northern references
days with Mr. and :Mrs. John M. Che- |of the boys and girls have just lately ; 23; years experience.; Apply 12 Bry-; FIRE-PLACE CHUNKS AND I QUALITY-THAT'S IT
ney at their beautiful home, "Glen- arrived home for the holidays and ant street. 12-23-3t OAK WOOD We also handle a full line of Painters & Rape
donjo," on North Orange avenue. were all more than glad to be together i I Hangers Supplies. 200O;Rolls Wall PapeORLANDO <
once more. This is the first of POSITION good home for white Orlando Wood YardB. to at
Golf Club go
HandicapOn I girl that wants to do general house- I
jolly affairs that will be '
given .
Thursday, Friday and Saturdaya I many work. Apply 601 E.:Central, or tele- W. Kingsley, Proprietor PAINT"AND
during the Christmas vacation. Miss I 591. I' PINE STREET AND R. R. M PAPER CO !
golf cup handicap will be played at phone 1?23-6tc .
Drew is a student of Stetson Univer-I i Telephone 341
the Country Club. All players will I 9-30 TheSignoftheSun Phone 261 205 So.Orange Ave
sity at DeLand. | FOUND-Last evening at Grand the- I I
have to eighteen holes, and must 1I b
go Mendelssohn Choral Rehearsal i atre, one locket. Owner may have 1- I.....f MM*e. t *> MiMMMitMMMMMMMMFRANK .
notify the golf instructor, Dave Davidson same by describing locket and paying 1I I
who will give each his handi- The rehearsal of the Mendelssohn 'l for this advertisement. Call at Grand -
choral last night was a splendid hotel before ''
cap. Friday being Christmas, many one. noon today. 23-lt
will play that day, and several par- Mrs. William R. O'Neal is the accom-
ties will spend the day at the club panist on the piano and Miss Roberta WANTED quiet place of abode- A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL
Branch will be the room and board-middle aged man; \
organist. Those
On night the
grounds. Saturday
| nothing high priced; Southern cooking -
scores will be announced. It is hoped who were so fortunate as to hear i preferred. Address B. S., care I
that all golf players will take part "The Death of Minnehaha" last season Sentinel. 12-23-6t* Established 1886

and make this a big event of the sea will remember what beautiful
son. music the combination of the piano NEWSPAPER MEN DEPART
and made, especially in this
organ I
Roof Garden
PartyA Indian composition, when the weird' C. J. Malone and J. L. Sims, of the CURTIS & Q9NEAL
roof garden party was given last I I I
night on the delightful roof gardenof tones can be expressed so well on the Times-Union, left on No. 92 Tuesdayfor
the Yowell-Duckworth departmentstore i|organ and the clear notes on the : Jacksonville, after completing a
piano. The "Hiawatha" concert will '! nice section of Orlando, which will INSURANCE
building by Miss Katherine LOANS
I be a rare musical treat for the music !. appear in some future issue of that
Barnes in honor of :Miss Jessie Gedge,
lovers of Orlando. Messrs. Malone and Sims
i iI paper. expressed -
who is to leave Orlando after Christ-
mas. A charming party was gracedby 1 W. C. T. U. Meeting I themselves to the effect that REAL ESTATE RENTALS
f a three course luncheon. Those ,! The meeting of the W. C. T. U. at : Orlando was the best city in Florida.
present were the :Misses Elizabeth I|the :Methodist church last Friday was Both gentlemen are prominent in the
well attended. Nearly fifty were newspaper field. Mr. Malone was
Yowell, Elizabeth Robinson, Dorothy i I
f Alfred, Margretta Hawkes, Guylynne '',present, and seemed well pleased with formerly associated with the Chicago
I i I number on the which Tribune, and Mr. Sims is known
Evans, Helen Hoskins, Jessie Pedrick, every program
Helen Smith, Eveline Vivian, Carmilla !:|:was in the hands of Mrs. J. B. Ma- throughout the South as "Sims of the
Berry. The table was decorated in gruder. I Constitution. FOR RENT---Bungalo 5 Rooms Furnished, South Main

true Christmas style with a tree inI I: Mrs. Story's paper on "True Pa- Street.
the center with twelve stockings filled i|I triotism" was an inspiration to all to i,I Get the news in the Sentinel first.OSTEOPATHY.
with candy as favors. It was a'''be better citizens. The subject for ;
unique social event and thoroughly'i the afternoon was "Christian Citizen- !! Seven Room House, South Orlando. ,
enjoyed. ship."
I II I ;

,I Christmas Tree Party Miss Sue Magruder sang a beauti- Two New Five Room Houses South West Orlando.
have I OR. J. C .HOWELL ,
Invitations been sent to many I ful solo which delighted all who heard
people by the Orlando Lodge No. 766 i her. Miss Beulah Roney pleased us Hours, 10-12, 3-5, and by appointmentNo
Loyal Order of Moose, signed by I all with "Humoreske," and by request extra charge tor Douse treatment

Chas. F. Riecken, as follows: I I played Berceusse, from Joce- Except Night Calls.Telephone :
"The Orlando Lodge No. 766 of the lyn. Too much can not be said about connections
Loyal Order of Moose requests your the reading from "The Birds' Christ Offir* 'tlr. Orange and Central Area l iMMMMMMMMMMI 1111..1111111111111111

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I; FOR almost RENT new-;12 9 good room bed boardinghouse rooms, electric -tun: her. I atliss and Shiihlesj I

f SENTINEL lights and bath; $35 per month.F. .
, L. Anderson, office 112 W. Church
street. Phone 459. 12-6-tf

T Vi WANTS i FOR RENT-Large, attractive room. W$
i Inquire No. 8 West Washington St.
ii W-I I 11-8-tfc .
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. I I FOR RENT-.Small flat, modern: con-
The MorningDirectory Sentinel Want veniences, unfurnished. Jas. A.
is the Greatest Want Knox. 11-3-tf ORLA3TDO
Ad Medium in Orlando. _
Terms Cash in Advance.
watchman for
RATES country hotel; good position for reliable -
For One Day ______________23t; man desiring light work for Cement Plaster and Perfection Lime
For Three Days ____________50c the winter; small pay with board and Royal Agatite
I For Six Iays _______________75c; room. Address giving ape and ref-
, A PERFECT[ [ GEM[ For One Month ____________$2.30:; erences as to character, "Hotel," care
This rate applies on all ads of Sentinel. 12-20-tfc ,.
; and we know the propertywill 25 words or less. If the ad con-
bear out the tains more than 25 words the rate
will be one cent per word for
each additional word for each in-
you can't bring your ad to to adults only. 409 Delaney street. the ledgers of the Orlando Bank & Trust Company are the records ot
home, modern in the office telephone No. 24. Ac- 10-25-tf .
; every detail. Large lot, or- counts opened by telephone will be many dollars saved by women of Orlando: and the vicinity who have learned how

range, grapefruit, guava, payable the following day. MISCELLANEOUSIF much more economical it is to manage the household fn ancts on the "paybycheck" -
lemon and banana trees in Business .
Every Home-Every plan.
full bearing. Handsome cam- Every Man has use for a MONEY IS ANY OBJECT to

phor and Magnolia trees. Sentinel Want Ad. you, come to H. Kanner's New York Economy in household management is daily beecming a more pressing

Bargain Store. We will sell new Follow the those householders have found the I
ROSES IN PROFUSIONIf goods fer the holidays at sacrifive necessity. example prac- .
FOR SALE prices. 12-5-23t tical solution of the problem of how to make the family income go farthest.

you are looking for somethIng FOR SALE-At a bargain now, six LOST AND FOUND An appreciation of further interest on your part will be appreciated.
extra choice let us show house and bath. No. 10 West
room \Ve pay 4 percent on savings account on Time Certificates Deposit.
you this proposition. Readyfor Robinson avenue, close in near Oranjre. -
Ready to occupy. R. Bruce Take a slant at the want ads.

walk occupancy.to business center.7 minutes We Perry. 12-20-Gt ORLANDO BANK & TRUST CO.

LOST-White violet pin, set with
call it one of the show places FOR SALE-Six] room house bath pearls. Reward if returned to
I of Orlando and believe you and hall; house just completed and Hammond & Bunch's store. 122tfIF
will with when ready to move into; large lot; withinten Orlando Florida
agree us you ; minutes walk of postoffice. Price ,
see it. Moderate in price. $1,675. Address "New House" care YOU ARE LOOKING for well
Sentinel. 12-20-6t rooted orange and grapefruit buds, -J
see H. C. McDaniel. Phone 708.
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; II North Orange Avenue sudden and severe attack of
NOTICE-I have for
rheumatism makes it necessary that accepted agency
PHONE 608 [ sell at once my choice milk and but- Wilson & Toomer's fertilizers in
f it OPPOSITE SAN JUAN HOTEL ter cow, due to freshen now. Also Orange county and will appreciatethe
our family horse young and gentle, patronage of their old customers, 1 SUBTROPICAL EXPOSITION
: FRED B. DALE with or without harness and buggy. and hope to make new friends for this
: C. H. BRYANT Also house with two lots, and some firm. Their Ideal brands are too well
k DAVIS A GILES. Counsel vacant lots. If you want a bargain, known for any comment at my hands.
I t F. A. PEPPERCORN. CcntractcrJEWELER call at once at 201 Concord avenue, My experience as a grower of both MID-WINTER
fruit and vegetables warrants in
west. Wm. L. Coryell. 12-20-6tc we
f saying, as their agent, I can be of
HORSE AND BUGGY FOR SALE real service to those who have grove i iOEL
trouble. I am prepared to give to
cheap at 208 East Robinson ave-
nue. 12-19-6t my patrons not of only the my own which experience A :'= FL. {
but that firm cov-
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detail of the citrus and
SALE-Ten fine ers every veg-
f. FOR acres orange .J
.PinStr citrus industry. II. C. McDaniel.
land; about 3 acres cleared; 3-4 of
i mile' south of Gill's store and 1-2 Phone 708.EIGIiTEEN: .
1 mile east of Lake Conway, on terminal FEE3. 9-13 1915
,- of proposed brick road. Address AND A HALF ACRESof ,
i Anna H. Piatt, R. R. No. 1, Box land on Lake Gatlin; sixteen in
43, Orlando. 11-24-lm. five year old oranges and grapefruit;
r overlooks four lakes; in perfect con-
. EXPERT WATCH MAKER FOR SALE-Fine paper shell dition. Price 12000. Nothing bet- EDUCATIONALEmbracingAgriculture
ter in Florida, unless' it is the
A nuts, grown by Fogg & Osteen on prop-
their Oak Knoll fruit and erty below described.
I pecan Horticulture, Floriculture, Domestic

a Expert Watch, Clock and Jew- Fogg groves& at Osteen.Altamonte Springs 12-18-St Fla. TWENTY ACRES, in good neighbor- Arts and Crafts with exhibits of Stock, Hogs and Poultry,
? fiery Repairing a specialty. I hood; fine land; 10 acres in bear-
ing trees; good lake protection; good and the of South Florida. Racing Polo Sports
i carry a fine assortment of solid FOR SALE-One seven passenger crop on trees Price $10,000 with products ,

i gold and gold filled Jew elery, first six class cylinder condition.automobile Don't 1 year answer old, fruit; or owner will keep fruit, deducting AreoplansLectures and Entertainments of all kinds
$2,000 for same. Offered only .
Sterling and Community Silver. \unless interested. Address Bargain for reasons beyond owners control.
Prices very reasonable. are of Sentinel. 11-14-tf See H. McDaniel:: for particulars.
Phone 70S.
I f FOR SALE-Cabbage Plants,Charleston 1 1 -For information or premium list, address
Wakefield $1.00 per thousand.
Frank Phillips, line Castle. O'NEAL H. II. DICKSON Pres.
CHAS. VATER 10-28-tf WM. R. Sec'y I
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FOR SALE-Forty acres of fine LAKE SITEFour
JEWELERPINE hammock land; eight: in grove; the I.e 11111111111111 1 .tI III 11" II II U++H-tH.11I H II >>..... .Ie till III I' I' III I'"i "'
r resent crop of oranges will be from
ST. Opposite PostoCSce 50 to 1,000 boxes; 500 trees all told, ..
E ready for setting-10 acres in lake, -- .
and miles from Apopka.
ne quarter
miles from Orlando
Price $5,000. Address W. II., Box one
178, Orlando:! Fla. 9-23-tf mile from Post Office, Schools

I Business Directorlj'l and Churches and Packing eIyiii1-oiFftet;
FOR SALE-Fine cypress fence posts. .
For- -- Inquire of Frank Phillips Pine Cas- House. On good roadjustonemile
tle. 9-18-tf from Orlando Sandford

BUSY MEN. road.
Who i is: your painter and decorator? Surrounded by fine Groves; Virginia -
If you arc satisfied keep the one you FOR RENT-New unfurnished four Pine Timber. Excellent SPECIALSpecial
have; if not, phone W. T. Entrican room cottage on pretty lake in
No. 636. 1-20-tf east Orlando. Write S. Kendrick Citrus Land with water protection -

Guernsey: city. 12-19-1 wkcOR and beautiful lake frontage

BUYERS AND SELLERSI ?: RENT-3 room apartment, nice- Xmas Sale of Brass Bedsat:! at KINCAID
ly furnished with all conveniences Acres
Sixty at
buy, sell rent, and exchange real
light housekeeping, including port-
estate. Have resided in Fla.
# Orlando ible lamps and kitchen cabinet; by & SNOWDEN
30 Have handled
over years. over
month or season. 301 East Living- $20 Per Acre
20000000. Call and see me. ston. 12-19-6t
10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER.WE .

FOR RENT-Beautiful dwelling with .
Irish Potatoes, warrantedfree garage; elegantly furnished; on $20.00 '
Lake Lucerne. Jas. A. Knox.
from scab or other diseases. 327tfSEVEN Think of it and see
Drop me a card or phone 708 and let

til utalk: make over it to your our requirements.mutual advan-I ROOM, new stucco cottage, Finished in either polished brass or satine finish.
t re. H. C. McDaniel.Christmas one block from Eola park; com- ORLANDO REAL ESTATE CO.
mands fine view of city. Price $5,500. ,
I II. C. McDaniel, phone 708.

and New I Watkins Block PHONE 504 We with all cash sales.
FOR RENT-6 room house, with all give coupons
modern improvements; furnished;
Year Holiday $150 season 3 months. One cottage,
for light housekeeping, $30 a month.
Room and board for couple of tour- Eat all you want.
Cheap Excursion FaresVia ists, $12 per week. Inquire Cooper Eat what you want.
& Atha. 12-13-1m Take a postscript and forget it. .
For sale by all druggists.
the I FOR RENT-Rooms, with or without 17d&wlyrSANDBOI Kineaid & Snovvden
board; also rooms for light house- .
Atlantic Coast Line keeping; several apartments from 1
to 4 rooms each at very reasonable
prices. Inquire of F. L. Anderson,
Standard Railroad of the South 112 West Church street. Phone 459. i Low Priced Furniture House.
12-6-tf i

FOR RENT-Fine furnished rooms Two Compression Starter Cor. Main and Pine Sts. Orlando, Florida

Tickets will be on sale by the Atlantic .for housekeeping; also bed rooms; ;
Coast Line to all points bath hot and cold water; all modern; MADE ESPECIALLY Y FOR FORDSWill i l
South of the Ohio and Potomac and new house; private family; large _
East of the Mississipip Rivers, including sunny porch. 211 Ridgewood avenue. -
Start -
That -
Any -
Washington, Cincinnati Evansville 12-20-3t tCORDON'S
and Cairo, for all trains Can lie Cranked] I I Dr. F. F. Thompson t
1-ecerab-r 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, FOR RENT Seven room house; water -I CARRIAGE I
25, and 31, and January 1, limited returning gas electric lights bath, etc.; One sharp pull from the I
January 6th; and to many barn stable, chicken house; lot 100 by y4 4 DENTIST
points in the Northwest cad South- i i' 200 feet. Apply at 735 North Orange seat turns the engine over -At D.BAGGAGE .- )
west on December 19th to 24th inclusive I avenue. 10-31-tf two compressions.That 115 S. Orange Ave., over Curtis &
and 29th to 31st limited returning I O'NeaFs Store
January 18. Also to Key I FOR RENT-Suite of two rooms for ; DR. L. H. RAMSDELu
West and Hswina. i'e17, 20. 2-1 I light housekeeping; price reasona- I "QUEER SHAPED \\'; EEL" O E TRANSFER I OPTOMETRIST Hours 8.30 a.m. to 5.30 p.m.

end 27, with limit January.3, 1915. t>!e. Apply at 502 Osceola street. Does It. Wednesday and Saturdays till 8 p.m114tf
For further partict.i ts, schedules 1217lwkcFOR I II : :l. T. HARRELL Prop. (",,cc'.snr to Dr. O. F. LHi.->
reservations etc., apply to Ticket I .
> Agents, Atlantic Coast Lir.,, or ad- RENT-To desirable people See the Sandbo and Furniture ORLAMM, FLORIDA
- dress well furnished suite bed room and'sittine 'i Piano WE FIT GLASSES GRIND LENSES Eat what you want.
room with private lavatory. I I Specialty :;;at all you want.
.T. G. KIRKLANI). D. P. .\.. Also. single, rooms and a garage 'I Moving a AND DO .\I.L KINDS OF Take a postscript and forget it.
i I
:"i"wijt| location. :\0.9 E. w-ebi' FORD GARAGE
ir- sale all
Tampa, Florida. I I by druejnstT
ton St. 11-29-1mc 8 E. Church SI. PHONE( 487 U"ICAI :r.P'r.I'r i 1-7-c:,.w


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COLLEGEThe great game, for they started with a was opened with a piano solo by Miss performances, makes it certain that I "In Dulci Jubilo"___15th Century Cattle Ranch for Osceola f
'rush, and played all around the Margaret Shaw, who played a charm- the concerts this winter will be in a Old English Carols --_______Quartet I Tampa Times: The Times has been I
bazaar held annually by the younger men, leading at the end of ing little piece entitled At the Brook- high degree artistic and admirable.Mr. "God Rest" You Merry, Gentle- preaching the opportunity for and

Y. W. C. A. was concluded this week, the first half by a score of 14 to 9. side. This was Miss Shaw's first pub- Ben Shaw gave a humorous negro "The men.First Nowell." profit to be derived from cattle raising -
and resulted in a very gratifying increase But the of sedentary lic and she showed her- dialect I
years occupa- appearance, poem in costume, and a little "What Child Is This" (melody I in Florida.' We have almost
of the fund which they coIled tion which have intervened since self a capable and artistic musician. scene entitled "Bridget,the Automatic known in Shakespeare's timeas I reached the point of fearing that our

each year for the support of a they left the sport told in the long Miss Shaw is one of the most talented Domestic," was put on' by Misses Mil- i' "When Greensleeves Christ Was).Born of Mary readers will think this subject is an
little Cuban girl in the mission in1V'est run, and during the second half they students of piano which the schoolof dred Pearce, Sara Muriel, and Gyadys Free" (words from Harleian obsession with us. But it is a pleasure -
Tampa. Despite the disagree- were overtaken and passed, the music has had in some years, and Tilden, who, in the character of the manuscript, A. D. 1310)). to note that the idea is taking
able weather, which practically re- varsity finally nosing out a victory by her many friends here feel certain I automatic servant, performed with "The- Babe"in Bethlehem's Man root and bearing fruit as well.
cted patrons to the college people, the close score of 28 to 22. It was that further study will develop her great success. ger Laid. I
"Stille Nacht, Heilage Nacht" (Ger- Over in Osceola county a company
.re than $100 was realized towards one of the cleanest and most exciting into a performer of rare equipmentand I On Sunday afternoon a Christmas man folk song) -____-____Quartet has been formed at Kissimmee to go
this laudable purpose. This result is games seen on the home floor for a ability. Miss Clella Avery and I vesper service was held in the audi- 'into stock
raising on a large scale.
exceedingly pleasing to the young long time, and was thoroughly enjoyed Mr. Leon Lewis put on the second I torium under the direction of Miss I. B. McIntyre dropped dead while The has
a capitalization of
L ladies, many of whom have worked by the spectators. The present number, a bit of tragedy which was j Susan H. Dyer, instructor in the vio- holding family worship in his homein $120,000. All of the stockholders'
'ery hard for some weeks preparingr varsity squad contains some very I very well performed, but which did !lin. The service was designed to afford St. Petersburg, last week. one are Florida men. They have save

> the event. promising material, but most of the not seem to fit in very well with the I an opportunity for the study and purchased 14,000 acres of pasture
The Thursday Assembly was ad- players are inexperienced, and in the mood of the The third
program. appreciation of the old fashioned The want ad.'s the thing, for you land and will proceed to stock it with
*dressed by Prof. Hiram Powers, who game they showed lack of that clean number, and the concluding also,were Christmas carol, and was opened bya and for the other fellow also. cattle.
spoke on the Armaments of the War. cut team work which is characteristicof songs by the Glee Club. This was scholarly and able' paper by Miss
Prof. Powers has for many years seasoned players. The teams lined the first public appearance of the Dyer, tracing the history and devel- -
been a close student of arms and am- up as follows: club this year, and the audience were' opment of' the Christmas carol

munition of all kinds, and was well lIas-Beens-Porter, Peral, Pratt, eager to hear how they measured up I through the ages. Following this pa- The arket:
qualified to explain some of the more forwards; George Phillips, center; on their initial performance with the per, a quartet composed of Miss Irene
important features of the weapons Worthington Blackman, J. E. Wind- notable organizations that have rep- Thoren, Mrs. Martha Shepherd, Prof. OF CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY
with which death is dispensed in mod- ham, guards. resented the college in the past. All Pope and J. W. Shannon rendered a
ern warfare. The talk was scientific- Varsity-Gerald, Froemke, Hutch- .were entirely satisfied that the club series of these musical compositions, OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
ally accurate, yet at the same time inson, forwards; Sherman, center; i has, the promise of becoming the best I taken So as to illustrate the various FRESH AND SALT MEATS
interesting, and a greatly increased Fordham, Roberts, guards. !1 in many respects that the school has national styles, and the progressive Kept under tbe best sanitary conditions.
knowledge of and respect for modern Preston P. Pratt, who played almost -i' ever turned out. In regard to individual I development of the carol. The ser- Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
arms was acquired by many of those as brilliant a forward for the voices, perhaps, there is no one vice was attended by a large companyof and pure.
who heard him. The next and final Has-Beens as when he representedthe who can quite come up to some of the college and townspeople, and was We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
talk in this series will be given in institution several years ago, was soloists who have in the past delighted greatly enjoyed by all. Miss Dyer everything in the Meat Line.
early January, when Dean Enyart in Orlando and Winter Park on a visit music lovers throughout the state, was warmly felicitated on the success
will review Norman Angell's convinc- from Atlanta, where he has been but the general average of the voices which had crowned her efforts in organizing H. \I. Self & Co.

ing book on warfare in general, The connected with the Oakland Motor is distinctly higher, and the ensem- the affair. PHONENO. 80
Great Illusion. This will conclude a company since he left college. His ble work is much better balanced than The program of the service follows t PINE STREET
series of Assembly talks of more work and that of all his team mates lever before. Two different numberswere :

than usual value and interest, per- was cheered vociferously by the many given, "Swords Out for Char- Adeste Fideles ________Congregation =cc -= ::::-::._______
haps more so than any similar series former friends who had watched lie," by Bullard, and the "Miserere"scene Paper, "The Story of the Chnstm-
yet given here. them in the past in so many hard from the opera of II Trovatore. Carol" ________________Miss Dye
On Thursday evening, in Lyman fought contests. j In this latter the soprano solo was Old French Carols __________Qu. ;et THE CHASE
"O'er Her Child the & CO
.. Gymnasium, a basket ball game was I On Friday evening a concert was admirably rendered by Miss Irene Weeps" __________ Old 1,don
played between a team of former Rol given in the auditorium under the I Thoren, who will accompany the club "The Stars Are Bright"______
lins stars from Orlando, styling them direction of Miss Deaderick for the all its trips this winter, and the __________________ Old Breton PACKING HOUSE AT ORLANDOIs
selves the Has-Beens, and the first benefit of the Y. W. C. A. fund. Ow- "Twixt Ox and Ass" ________
I tenor solo was sung by Prof. Pope. __________________ 13th Century modern, fully equipped with the best up-to-
team of the college. The Has-Beens ing to the unfavorable' weather but a The work of the club in these two
I Old German Carols _________Quartet date machinery, and gives the citrus the
showed well that they had once been small audience gathered, but they numbers, and the showing made by "Lo, How a ___ f grower
more than commonly efficient in this were well entertained. The program I the quartet in a number of previous __________Rose"Praetonus, 1609 PROPER PACKING
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been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as tht.I
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LaVILLERES \ VANITIES I of this business, and that means much to any buyer. I



BROACHES Cor. Orange Avc. and Church St.
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39......... 1500 55..1. "... .13-.00 LOWER PRICES ON FORD CARS
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!I 41...... ... 2500 57.. .. .....100.00; Effective from August 1, 1914 to August
Our Diamonds are fine White Stones, 1,1915 and guaranteed against any reduc-

II protected carefully when selected buying You of are us-by doubly our tion during that time:

I Gifts bought now laid away experience and our re aorsibilit}: OPEN EVENINGS I Touring Car $555.00Runabout

until wanted -; ;' 505.00

{ 4 F O. B. Orlando. All ran fully equipped.

briber, we will be able to obtain the naxiiaua efficient
in mir factory production' and 1k..ini.aa coat ta our
pt parchmnnr and sales department it we rach an output of
# so,,", cart between the above date
And ahould we reach tbU production, we agree to pay aa
! the buyer: share from its .. *Ct per car (oa .r about.
6 e a Auruit I.1S15) .. every retail buyer who p.rebeae..ew
Ford car between Aoruat 1. 1S14 and A Brut 1. ISIS.
For further particular regarding tbeae low pncea and prout-
, .h.rinc plan see"

A11en F. G. RUSH, '

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left, rattled on his bayonet, and the in the heart of the tick-infested sec- Mr. and Mrs A. A. Morey are mov- Christmas entertainment'for the chil
'MILITARY HONOR I German turned towards him. At the TICKS MENACE TO MILK tion. Late in the season he dipped ing into their pretty new bungalowon dren. Mr. Wells is a faithful an/
I same moment Phillip was on him, his cattle and killed the ticks. One Colonial Drive, having rented their efficient worker for theConcord Park
running him through the body twice YIELDS week afterwards the 42 cows in his former home to G. W. Kierstead, of Sunday school and the school is very
I with his bayonet. His aim bad beenso herd gave 10 gallons of milk more a prosperous. Every one should be interested
FOR PHILIP true that the sentry dropped dead day than they did before the dipping.This .I Ohio.Mr.. C. Pratt, of Illinois, and Mr. and aid in the work.
|I without a cry. The men working vig- TICKS CAUSED LOSS VARY- was an increas eof 16.6 per cent. C. A. Hodkins, of Bar Harbor, Me.,
orously in the trench 20 or 30 yards He got 35 cents gallon for his milk, are building two very nice houses on Polk county is to make a test of
away had heard nothing. Quicker ING FROM 1.5 TO 3.4 so that the extra 10 gallons a day Colonial Drive near Lake Concord.Mr. sand-oil roads by putting onefourthof
than a quick change artist the cor- QUARTS A DAYU. were worth $3.50 to him. Bullis is just finishing a pretty I a mile in each commissioners' district
DIERS RECEIVES MEDAL I i I poral donned the dead man's helmet The results of this investigationare cottage on Amelia avenue. i to sand-oil. The roads are trV
FOR GALLANT ACTS I I and cloak, and seizing his rifle began S. Department of Agriculture set forth more fully in Farmers' Mr. Dennison has sold his houseto twelve feet wide, three inche.J *
i i pacing up and down in his stead. Makes Many InvestigationsMany Bulletin No. 639, which is about to be Mr. Church, of Glens Falls, N. Y., thickness where put down on sand, '
I Every now and then as he passed he Cows Die published by the U. S. department of and will move into "Rose Cottage." and two inches where the road bed t
I I rolled the body a little farther away. I From Disease agriculture, under the title "Eradication Frank H. Clum has gone to St. Pe- of clay.
I| At last the trench was ready, and I of the Cattle Tick Necessary for tersburg for a few days.
Corporal Philip With Handful of 1 the Germans retired to the main Washington, Dec. 22.-Even with Profitable Dairying." To quote the Mrs. Kimble has returned from Charging that they have t
Men Follows Officer's Or- I calling a friendly good-bye to bOdY'1 so-called immune cattle, ticks have final sentences of the bulletin: the hospital. I guilty of malfeasance in office, C
ders and Clears Trenchof : try, who, without a word, continued caused a loss varying from 1.5 to 3.4 "It costs more to feed the ticks Mrs. Van Ness has been spending a ernor Park Trammell!, in official ,
Enemy i on his beat. But they had no sooner I quarts of milk a day, according to experiments than it does to kill them." few days with Mrs. Carl Dann. ders issued late Thursday, anJ .
I!disappeared than helmet and cloak conducted by the U. S. department "Which do you prefer to do?" Mr. William Burch, of Flint, Michigan ceived here, suspended from count.,
Paris, Dec. 21.-Corporal Philip of were flung to the ground and the of agriculture. Hithertothe is the guest of Mr. D. S. Bardo. office County Commissioners F'''z: .
the 24th Colonial infantry is a braveof corporal was running towards the exact amount of the damage CONCORD PARK Mr. William Davis, accompanied by P. Williams, P. S. Bowen, and R.
braves. He has been awarded the wood. A few minutes later the 26 I which the ticks do to these so-called I Daniel F. Clum, will spend part of the Drysdale, yesterday.
military medal for repeated acts of French infantrymen were installed in immune cattle has been a matter of Several very attractive houses are week at Mr. Davis' camp at Lake 'I
gallantry in this war. When his lieu- the German trench. I, conjecture. The department's exper- being built in this section of Orlando.Mr. .I Apopka, fishing and hunting. Live Oak will install pumpir:.;
tenant fell wounded and the Germanswere At day break a Bavarian company I iments, however, have now made it Brown, of Manchester, N. II., Mr. W. W. Wells, superintendent of } equipment, drill enlarged well and
running up to capture him the marched up to occupy the trench. certain that even a light infestation has just finished a handsome residence the Sunday school, presented the primary build reservoir.Get .
corporal rushed in under their heavy The men, all unsuspecting, were chat- seriously reduces the revenue from on Livingston street and is pre- pupils with class pins Sunday. I
fire and rescued his officer under their ting and joking. A few yards from the dairy herd.Investigators. paring to entertain a house party. (Arrangements are being made for a the news in The Sentinel first
very noses. He is the kind of man the trench a murderous fire greeted took two lots of 20 I
who comes at once to the front when them. They attempted to rush it, but cows each and permitted one lot to
the situation is desperate.The 26 rifles kept mowing them down, and 'become infested with ticks while the -
other day the colonel sent for finally the survivors broke and fied- other lot was kept free by sprayingand
him and said to him: all except eighteen, who threw up dipping; otherwise conditionswere
"Phillip, I know you are a gallant their hands.A as identical as it was possibleto WHY EXPERIMENT?
fellow, and that is my reason for entrusting few days later the corporal was make them. After a period of approximately -
you with an extremely peril- shot in the right arm and shoulder, five months it was found
ous mission. At nightfall you will but refused to go to the ambulance. that those cows which wer elightly
take 25 men and go to the crest yon- He fought on for the next twenty- infested produced 18.6 per cent. less A Box of REAL Good Cigars is What Every Man Wants.
der, where German soldiers are seen four hours. In the thick of the fight- milk than the cows that were alto- .
yonder digging a trench. You are to ing he shot a German officer who fell. gether free, and that those heavily We Have Packed in Attractive Christmas
endeavor to remain there in conceal- The corporal ran forward to bring infested with ticks produced 42.4 percent
Boxes Our Famous Brands.
ment till the morning when you will him in, but the officer, wrawing his: less milk, or nearly half a gal-
return and report what you have revolver, fired the last shot, the bullet lon less a day. In addition it was
seen." I shattering the corporal's shoulder. found that cows which were supposedto
At nightfall away went the little The Frenchman had strength enoughto be immune suffered from tick fever -UOERt'r:: OIEOLE"
party. On reaching the crest the beat out his enemy's brains with and one actually died from the dis
corporal saw German engineers dig- the butt of his rifle, but then he col-
ging a trench, while a sentry kept ::: lapsed with pain and loss of blood. ease.Translated into money this means AND
guard. Hiding 24 of his'teen in a little j I that if a dairyman with a herd of 20
wood, he took the 25th man with :' Ocala Banner: Twelve hundred dol- cows which produced 8 quarts of milka :t'rEJ:: :: 7 S01TTE3: 4
him, saying: "When we get near the lars a year is the "living wage" for day allowed his cattle to become infested I
German sentry and he cries, 'Wer New York city. After years of discussion he would lose approximately ,
da!' :you must keep apart from me, to it is at last answered by the 1.5 quarts of milk from each cow. every -
No When You These Brands Which
the left, and make a noise with your bureau of standards of the board of day, or a total of 30 quarts for Experiment Buy ; arc -,
bayonet, so as to make him turn your estimate, which is the official salary I the entire herd. Assuming that the ,-
On Sale at Your Dealers at The Regular Retail
way. Then, no matter what he doesor fixer of the city. i I milk was worth 5 cents a quart, this
what I do, lie down and await my I would be a daily loss of $1.50 for the Prices-No Advance For the Christmas
orders." It is estimated that 80 per cent. of dairyman. If the tick infestation I II
Stealthily the two approached so cultivated lands of the Hastings district -j were heavy, the reduction of the milk I Packages. Ask the Man Who Smokes.
near the sentry that they could hear will be planted to potatoes this supply might easily become so great :
him softly humming a tune. Then season. I I that it would amount to adaily reduc- i CURRY & SMITH CIGAR COMPANYManufacturers
Phillip moved to the right, and inten- ,tion of $3.40 in the revenue from the
tionally made a slight noise. A Wahnish Sons & Co. have incorporated ;entire herd. I Ii of THE SMOKE OF
"Wer da!" challenged the sentry, to manufacture cigars at i These figures were corroborated by i I
instantly the soldier, keeping to the Tallahassee. I the experience of a certain dairyman SATISFACTION"r

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Ic- I And then Merry XmasOur stock is badly broken from the rush of early buyers, but : : '

r \ \ we still have a good assortment of Toys and Dolls for Santa. They will be very scarce i i :

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


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

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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 .

t Velocipedes ______________$3.00 to $6.00 Negro Dolls ______________60c. to $2.25 Toy Table and Chair -_____________$1.25, Dump Carts ______________25c. and 50c.
r Doll 1 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,

Childs WickerRocking Chair .$1.35 to $2 Jointed and Kid Dolls __-____25c to $3.50 Doll Beds ____-__________ 10c. $2.00 Tops and all Kinds of

Uudressed Baby Dolls _-__-:lOc. to $7.00 Dressed Dolls ___________lOc. to $15.00DOLLS Childs Kitchen Cabinet _--==50c. $2.00 from ____________-__ ; ,


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

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

of Ribbons, 5c to 60c yd., Table Covers with Scarf to Match, well assorted, and priced lOc to S1.50 per piece, A great

25 and 50c each. lot of Vases lOc to $3.00 each.



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

week, On Display Today. On Display Today. r


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.i W It's a sale that is going to make History. It's the seniation in Dry Goods buying. It's the only J I

r way to sell this beautiful stock of all new, up .to date Ready to Wear and every suit and skirt ; a
in the store is on the list to go, and go they will if reduced prices will move them.

,... It's a regular feast of Beautiful merchandise being sold at one half their regular price. .yE'


E' Ladies Coat Suits I ROP D F GARllBNTHEATRE I Ladies One and Lot Childrens of -I II $1

j Half Price I I$10.00.COAT I Coats at Half Price_I. j

$ 5.00 $2.30 COATS AT $ 1.25
SUITS AT ------------
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$ 6.25 $3.00 COATS AT $ 1.50 ,
$12.50 COAT SUIT AT ------ ------------

A' $ 7.50 $1.00 COATS AT $ 2.00 '' i
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9.00 $;).00 COATS AT $ 2.50
: : $18.00 COAT SUITS AT ----$ ------------

$10.00 $10.00 COATS AT $ 5.00
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$25.00; ) COAT SUITS AT 12.50 $12.50 COATS AT $ 6.25
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$30.00 COAT SUITS AT ______$15.00 $15.00 COATS AT ----------..$ 7.50 ,

$35.00 COAT SUITS AT ______$17.50 Admission FREE $20.00 COATS AT ------;-.--10.00

COAT SUITS AT $20.00 $25.00; COATS AT -
$40.00 ------ --------12.50

-- N $50.00: COAT SUITS AT ______$25.00 Picture show discontinuedat $30.00 COATS AT -----------$15.00 -

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

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,{ Wool Dress Goods, Clean Sweep Sale \ Wool Dress GoodsClean( Sweep Sale
t $1.75 and $2.00 quality 1.10 wide, 2.25 ;
at $
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F GABARDINE,48 in.wide in green, blue, i
4 navy and black, $1.50 quality -$ 1.00 BEAVER CLOAKING, :<> inches wide,
54 in. wide, $2.00 Quality $ 1.39
SERGE $1.50 quality -
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-A- at 89c $ 5.00 Skirts at $ 2.50 DINE, $1.00 and$1.25 quality________ 85C
CREAM SERGE, 38 inches wide, 75c. CAMELS HAIR PLAIDS, ,
$ 6.00 Skirts at $ 3.00 54 inches wide
quality at ------------------------- 48c $2.00 quality -------________________$ 1.39
-' ,, WOOL TAFETA, 42 inches wide, S5 cent $ 7.50 Skirts at $ 3.75
quality -------------------- ------ 69c IMPORTED WOOL CHALLIES,beautifulline a
t f ': WOOL CREPES, 36 inches wide 75 cent $ 8.00 Skirts at $ 4.00 of designs to choose from, 50c. and
quality ----------- 4oC $ 9.00 Skirts at $ 4.50 60c. qualities at -------------_______ 39C

; a EXTRA SPECIAL $ 10.00 Skirts at $ 5.00 .
Tweedmouth Plaids, beau- $ 12.00 Skirts at $6.00 !'lot wool dressj I
tiful colorings, 30c quality I $15.00'Skirts at $ 7.50 worth $1.00 and $1.25 goods at
I at 19c 48c I
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t 1u- Orlando's Largest Store, "Quality Did It." _

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Different From Many IWfIi y r : .: 1 i ; A v/ay to spend money yet !roc}) it! ; ;

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Presents .
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:$2.30 to :$20:; ill an attractive '
I I plusli 1 lined J'II>ox.ellt1U .

Unlike most things for Christmas, a ., ;
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Bank Account with the State Bank of engraved picture on sfime .

Orlando increases in value instead of dei neatly framed, or Santa Claim J

i creasing. II II 1 I handing it to the one opening; tilt .

I This is a wise gift for father, mother, Bolder.CHECKS ;
i daughter or son. Y it II II II I : ; ,
In Xmas colors, in an any denomination -
Four Per Cent Paid on Savings Accounts. o
.I H II II I. in Orlando, Jacksonville,

:. II It II I or N. Y. Exchange. An excellent] 1; ,

ll'' : :' : way to open an account for any

THE REV. DR. J. B. LEY :: friend or member of the .
: family.
The Rev. Dr. J. B. Ley, the new : .
pastor for the Orlando Methodist in holly covered i Lox, 'wit1book- :: :
church appointed at the recent Methodist -I =- : let on Savings. t. .. :
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Mr. and Mrs. J. Frank Thomanleave conference at Arcadia, arrivedin
LOCAL AND PERSONALElectric I their "Bryn Mawr" grove today Orlando yesterday and was greeted .t ':. :". : "It is a pleasure to serve you." ',' .4,':>., '.:

to spend the holidays in New Jer- by his many friends here. This : ',.. .
radiators at Curry's. sey with Mr. Thoman's parents and evening he will conduct the prayer "
Mrs. Thoman's sister meeting at the church at the usual
John M. Lee and J. W. :Miller, of hour. On Sunday he will deliver his

simmee, were callers in Orlando yes Col. Johnson and the major had a initial sermon. On Saturday he will ,
terday. little tilt over the acquittal of Dr. be joined by his family. Rev. Ley ,
Edwards for speeding Tuesday morn- has been the minister at Ocala, Lakeland D Itll
Beautiful line of Ladies' Handkerchiefs ing. The matter was finally adjusted, Jacksonville, Tampa, Tallahassee : ( !:
at Boardman's. ? 12-2-3tc
however, and the principals retired and Palatka. Until recently he .
was pastor of the Lakeland church. ,
Mr. Samuel Belch had the gracefully. j .. :' .' : ., .'
He served seven years at Ocala and ; ; : :
tune to fall out the barn door :
days ago and fracture several miSfor-1 Electric portable lights at Curry's.A. Tallahassee. I

Anything electrical at Curry's. E. Sebring, of Bluefield, Mich., ORLANDO FILLED WITH SHOPPERS -
I IIr. has just arrived at Winter Park, and !
!\ and Mrs. Henry Hildebrandwent with his mother will make their win-
to St. Cloud yesterday where ter home here. Mrs. Sebring is above Orlando was packed and jammed *
they will spend the Christmas season. I 60 years of age, and one of the lead- yesterday with Christmas shoppersand c44' CANDIES &
with friends and relatives. I ing matrons of her Michigan home.SALEI business houses enjoyed a briskI
1I and profitable The
; I I'I I day's trading.
; 25 per cent. off Boys' Suits at 'I'' postoffice was again congested and a
Boardman's. 1223tcMr. I long line awaiting letters, trying to PAGE & SHAW CANDIESXmEL3

I mail parcels and packages, was in
Max Milligan, a capitalist from 'I j I evidence throughout the day.
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Kansas City, is in Orlando prospect- '
t ing. He has visited various points in I II I I JONES SHOWS ARRIVED Candies
y the state, but will invest in Orlando. It |
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I i The Johnny Jones Carnival com-
Electric: irons at Curry's.
i 1 pany arrived in Orlando last night ARE HERENo
2300 acres of unimproved I the A. C. L. from
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Frierson and jr j I over Tampa. They
Mr. L. Fossard motored down fromr pine land fine will: spend:: the winter here.

r Chattanooga, Tenn., and are visiting | truck and fruit land, big ,I home is complete Christmas morning withouta
Mrs. M. A. Clark, West Central WILL CLOSE FOR hOLIDAYS
on i J
f avenue. portion of it has clay i li I i box of Huylers.

and marl sub'soil. Si.u- The mill at Lockhart has nearly j:

i Men's and Ladies' Initial Handkerchiefs -! uate on County road I shut down for the holidays, and that ----, -- --- -- -... --- .-
at Boardman's. j I institution presents at present a deserted -I
f --:- within seven miles of I .
Miss Helen Drew entertained informally i Orlando. appearance.Last I
I r at a Victrola dance last : I '
night Officer Broom handcuffed McElroy's Pharmacy
evening at her home on Lake Eola. 54.40 an acre will buy j
and shackled Yee Ho Kiang, I
f About twenty-five young friends were
this and the
propo- Chinese magician, now at the Lucerne j
present. sition is a '"cinch" as: a theatre. It took only a few minutes ( I
for him to release himself. I Agents Phone 20
Our Christmas display of beautiful small investment. This -
and useful gifts is the most completeever I
carried and we invite you to price is for quick sale. Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Bogue will leave'Ii'i
.. come in and look around. You'll find If want this land early this morning for Jacksonville. 'I
at Curry's just what you have been you Later on they will make a tour of the j IIIMIIM
looking for. call on East Coast, where Mr. Bogue will i t
E look after Chase & Company's inter G -
Mr. J. W. Hayden and wife, of Fort
i ests, of which he is a valued mem- .
;.- Wayne, Ind., are in the city for a few ber.
d;,vs, stopping at the St. Charles ho-

tel. It was their purpose to spend S. G. Uolive & Son Beautiful line of Table Linen at .
the winter at various points in the Boardman's, just the thing for Christmas -
state, but they are so delighted with presenU..
Orlando that they contemplate buying REAL ESTATE 1 1No. 1i i ij
a place in the city for a regular I j' Mr. S. B. Close, a former well
winter home. 3 WEST PINE STREETI known winter resident of this city,
but who has been sojourning in

Ladies' Waists, in special holidayat Second Floor Brooklyn, X. Y., for a couple of years,
l'(1'1es' : Boardman's. 12-22-3tc arrived in the city yesterday and is
looking for a good place to make his
home for the season.
HOME ? Electric Christmas tree lights atCurry's. ;
Let us do it for 3 ou. !

Miniature Orange box for $1.00 prepaid. A letter from Mrs. H. C. Munroe, :
10 lb. package for $1.35 prepaid; 20 lb. package for $2.00 in Little Rock, Ark., says she expectsto I
prepaid. arrive in Orlando about January : ': '! 1915 HARLEY-DAVIDSON Horsepower 3-Speed Sliding Gear Transmission Automatic J.
5th. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. D. Leaver Mechanical Oil Pump. Step-Starter and 66 Refinements $275.00.

Wright Seed CompanyPhone will also arrive about the same time.It I

179 206 So. Orange Ave. is friends needless in Orlando to say that will their give hostsof thema W. WHITNEY WRIGHT, I29o? 3.i : :. I

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Furniture Bugs, China and Everything for the Home _


Special Prices WEST PINE STREET Figure with us

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