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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 24, 1914
Publication Date: 1913-1918
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
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t UME TWO ORLANDO, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER: 24, 1914. NUMBER 270. .' i




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DISPATCH SAYS FROM ADVANCEON CONSTANTINOPLE -I PLOTTODRIVEOUTi NOTED PHYSICIAN TO TELL SUPREME COURT SCHWAB CANCELS A $$25,000,000 j


EGYPT BEGUN i I I ABOUT WAR


IN FLANDERS All IS QUiEt CARRANZA DR. MASON W. PRESSLEYTO OPINION ORDER FOR SUBMARINE PARTS !


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Armies Wearing Themselves VILLA AND HIS GENERALS OPATH'SIEETING DAVIS & GILES WIN CASE PRESIDENT OF BETHLEHEM '
POSTOFFICE BUSINESS HAS
Out-Desire Much Needed I l PLOTTING TO DRIVE OUT AND CO. SUPT. MUST STEEL CO. RETURNS _

Rest-All Quiet Says CARRANZA Was Formerly at Paris, but SIGN WARRANTS I FROM EUROPE .;
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Berlin II I When War Was DeclaredHe DOUBLED 1

,+ SCOTT MAKING LITTLE PROGRESS Came to Bartow, to OPINION IS TODAY : SAYS EUROPE BENEFITS U. S. ;
Berlin, Dec. Constantinople Spend Winter JMCTED ; P. O. IS DOING TWICE THE ,
reports that Turkish troops have I I BUSINESS THIS YEAR <

passed the Egyptian frontier in I Report Says Travel Has Been When Dr. J. C. Howell, presidentof Opinion Will Define Superin-i THAT IT DID LAST Three Hundred Millions From ,
force<< according<< to official announce- the Florida Osteopathic Association << .
made I Suspendedllaytorena'sI tendent's Duties as Ministerial ; Europe to American Manu- 1
here
ment today.
heard that Mason W. Pressley,
ThreateningAgua Not DiscretionaryGreat Postmaster McLean Still Wears facturers for GoodsImmediately
Ph. D., D. D., D. O., was spending the
Heavy Fogs Give Rest Smile and Maintains His
I Prieta winter with his brother at Bartow, he Victory I j
Paris, Dec. 23.-Action between the .. Cheery Disposition .
at once got into communication with ---
armies to have been trans-
seems I Washington, Dec. 23.-Annonuce- him, and asked him to attend the The contention held by J. F. :Mc- ; Despite Toil New York, Dec. .-Chas. Schwab, ;
.. ferred to the end of the line away j i ment was made by Secretary Bryan state convention, as the guest of the ', Kinnon, county superintendent of J president of the Bethlehem Steel Cor- ,
from Flanders. In the latter locality
'that Villa and his staff in Mexico State Association. Dr. Pressley' has : schools, that his duties were discre- Christmas business at the Orlando poration, who returned from Europe ;
is indication that both
there every from heavy fogs I City led those to believe who have accepted, and will appear at the tionary and not ministerial, and that postoffice has more than doubled that today, was said to have been abroad i

and troops other are unfavorable profiting meteorological i jthe situation in hand, to express the Grand theatre for a twenty minutes he was justified in not signing the of last year, and would indicate that to cancel orders for the constructionof j
'opinion that he was there to stay and talk at nine o'clock in the evening teachers' pay warrants, was declaredto several submarines for different
conditions to obtain much needed rest the financial well the altruisticand
; 1 in a short time would reconcile all after the state convention is over at be wrong according to a brief as as European nations, which he placedsome J
after fighting themselves almost intoa I conflicts between himself and all gen- the San Juan. statement from the supreme court present-giving spirit was on the weeks ago worth $25,000,000. '

Between state of exhaustion.the Meuse and the Ar- erals other than Carranza. Dr. Pressley was_ formerly a Pres- yesterday, stating that the judgmentin increase-a good omen and a sign of Schwab said that when he returne.l ,
| An important development' is to be byterian minister, before taking up the case of Jennie Baas vs. McKinnon better timesPostmaster from European countries several
gonne forest, however, the French expected now, they assert, as a com- the study of osteopathy. He is an eloquent be reversed and that the cause McLean is still main- weeks ago with several submarine 5
have had almost universal success, mon cause is to be made against Car- and forceful speaker.. He be remanded with directions to issuea taining his cheery, pleasant and affa- orders Secretary Bryan had told him i
in their
meeting with only one check district where ranza to drive him out of Mexico, and I practiced his profession in Philadelphia peremptory writ. ble disposition, but how he does it in that the shipment of boats of war j
The
onward progress. to have checkedthe Villa is to remain as the supreme i but looking for a larger field, he The case is well known to Orange I the face of all the business and irri- j either whole or in part to any belligerent J
the Germans
appear head with co-operation between him, tation and labor is a puzzling and nations breach of i
moved to Paris, where he has practiced county and Orlando citizens. It is ;; was a neu-
French is the vicinity of Boureu-
Gutierrez, Zapata, and Blanco.A I for some time. Owing to the j the first one of its character in Flor- j: mystifying question. j trality and he therefore had decided 'I
illes,French where attacked Monday and and gained yesterdaythe foot- practical suggestion has been | war Dr. Pressley was forced to leave 1 ida. The complete opinion of the ]: Last night A. C. L. train No. 85 j to cancel the contracts lie said, ]

laid before the state department j' Paris for the winter, and thus Orlando -j supreme court is expected to arrive I brought into Orlando sixty sacks of i however, that his concern has very 1
hold in the first line of the German II
from Mexico, but the source was not will be enabled to hear a brilliant today I and in it it is thought that the "I mail and three pouches of letters. large contracts for a supply of am- ;

trenches. revealed, that the president issue an I account of a physician's experiencesin I full definition of the xact duties of' Later train No. 83 came along and munition for several European gov- !
that
the office admits
Today war order closing the port of Naco. The the war zone. the county superintendent of schools brought that many more. In the short ,! ernments and that they are shipping '
have rallied here and
the the outcome Germans seems to be "fairly se- effect of this would be that Maytorena -j At eleven o'clock the following Sun- ': will be given. That the county super- I space of a few hours the local office i I as fast as possible. Mr. Schwab said

rious." In the fighting around the and Hill would get no further sup- j i day, December 27th, Dr. Pressley will i, intendent's duties are ministerial and j was deluged, and the clerks, the post- 'jhe knew for a certainty that Europe ;
French plies. j preach at the Unitarian Chapel on not discretionary is expected to form I II : master and his force.were busy sorting :, has placed with American manufacturers i
woods of Forgeu the by a se- (
ries of dashing charges, succeeded in Gen. Bliss in his report today indi- I the subject, "The Temple of the |I a large portion of the opinion. I I the letters, the parcels, the pack- orders for three hundred mil-
]cates that little progress has been I ages, and trying to get things in worth of for delivery
penetrating the barbed wire entangle- : Soul, to which the public is cordially I In June Judge Perkins held that ; lions goods i
of the Germans at at Salient, made by Gen. Scott. The report says :, invited. The osteopathic physicians | the duties of the county : shape to open this morning at 8 within the year and that the only difficulty ,

: east ments of Cuisy, and tonight are rest- that travel has been suspended on account -i j will probably attend in a body. j ent were discretionary superintend-I o'clock. in delivering would be providing j
ing on their arms before these de- of the floods and that it is impossible -r j Dr. Pressley was a classmate of I i the peremptory I And all the time the sleepless post- i I facilities for the transportation i l

: to get the conference togeth- !, 1)r. R. P. Buckmaster at the Kirks- 'i Mr. McKinnon to sign warrants. I, master was at his station, working, of the merchandise. j jI jI

fenses.The greatest has been I er until the water recedes. ville, Mo., College of Osteopathy sev- I Following this the case was appealed '' toiling and struggling to get matters I I I 1

made by the French progress in the vicinity of The Maytorena force is threaten- eral years ago. He has since made a 1 to the supreme court, Attorney Le- II'I' organized, and appease the tempestuous -, DEATH OF ESTEEMED MAN i
ing Agua Prieta from the south, according I throng sure to invade the office
Perthesles Hurlua, on the western reputation for himself and the pro- | Roy B. Giles, of Davis & Giles, appearing 1-1
edge of the Argonne forest, where vi- to another report from Gen. fession, and his address promises to I before the supreme court I this morning for a letter or parcel : Wm. H. Caswell, 67 years old, who ,

i'olent fighting enabled them to gain Bliss. be high class and out of the ordi- "! eral weeks ago. He won his case sev-I I from Santa Claus. ji j+ lived with his brother-in-law and; 1 1J

800 yards. I I nary. Every one is requested to hear j the decision of the supreme court j f sister, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Clarke, 714

; dicates, and is being congratulated. I!I J West Church street, died suddenly 1
All Quiet Says Berlin "BRAIN FAG"-NOWONDER I him.Dr.. Buckmaster states that Dr. From the first Mr. Giles has opposed !' ARE PRISONERS OF TURKS with an acute attack of heart ailment 3

Berlin, via wireless to Sayville, L. I Pressley discontinued the ministerial I and fought the issue in a clean- j on December 21, at 3 p. m. The body ;

I., Dec. .-So far as may be deter- profession and took up the study of I cut .nanner. Following Mr. McKin- I was shipped Tuesday at 1:40 p. m. <-P 1
Poor, Overworked Emplojes of F. H. Williams of Orlando Receives
mined from reports available, the situation osteopathy because his wife was a non's refusal to sign the teachers' his daughter, Mrs. F. W. Dana, of 1
I I has not altered materially on !I Uncle Sam Are "Just Dead" Ii chronic invalid. The treatment. of I pay warrants, Davis & Giles broughtsuit Letter Telling of Cap- Bradford, Pa. He has one son at ;

!I either front i in the last twenty-four i| -With Deluge of MailIs osteopathy finally restored Mrs.: to mandamus the county treasurer -I ture of Relatives at Bartlesville, Okla. While he was here !

hours, says an announcement made it a Wonder? I Pressley to health, and in consequence er to pay the warrants without the I SmyrnaF. last winter he bought a property on I

} today by the official press bureau. I Dr. Pressley forsook the ministry.Mr. I signature of Mr. McKinnon. This I II I Church street. His sunny, cheerful I i

t The official report from Vienna shows A young lady stepped up to the I was done and J. H. Tucker, county I II. Williams, of Orlando, yester- disposition made him many friends. j

that comparative quiet prevails in stamp window at the postoffice yesterday i I and Mrs. Willard Cloud, of BosI : treasurer, paid the warrants. Then day received a letter from his mother He was an active member of the M. j
middle and southern Poland. The and said: ton, Mass.: are in Orlando on a visitto j came the Marion county case; then E. church. He will be buried by the j
Russians have assumed the aggres- I "I would like to get ONE nickle's I friends. They are annual visitors 1 the mandamus suit to compel McKin- I Mrs. E. R. Williams, 85 years old, side of his wife, who died about eight i

sive in Galicia. and the Russians are worth of two cent stamps." I to this part of the country, and havea r non to sign the warrants; then the of England, stating that her daughter years ago, at Bradford, Pa. The fam- j

still battling in the region northwardand The pleasant clerk look confused a number of friends who are always petit 'on to Judge Perkins, and his 'and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Pasha ily appreciate the kindness shown by J

eastward of Unghvar in the Car- : and replied: "One nickel's worthof I' glad to see them. They will remain opini here until after the holidays. I ne court.
pathians. -- I suprt oners by the Turks at Smyrna. Mr. !
I The young lady, realizing her blun- Barfield for many years was in Orlando friends have kindly

1 London Stock Exchange to Open i|der, stammered: "I must have brain I! charge of the railroads on behalf of remembered us in their holiday trade. j
London, Dec. 23.-The London stock fag; I mean a nickel's worth of-I ; FIVE SPEEDERS ARRESTED TEAL ERS URGED TO GO the British government. By reason Give us two days more, and we will .J

_. exchange will open January 4, subject mean two two cent stamps and one --- of his high standing he and Mrs. Bar- wish you all a merry Christmas and ]

to certain restrictions. : one stamp-I surely have the brain I'!Net Drawn Over Violators by I' Lakela Will Hold Florida Ed- field were not thrown into prison and a happy New Year. Curtis & O'Neal, ;
i fag. are receiving fairly good treatment.If Orange avenue. 1
I I Ii Police Yesterday:>O to ucati nal Association Next 1i
', The bright clerk retaliated: "Come complications do not arise they i
BEATS ALUN EUROPE i on inside and join us. We are just I Treasury-Other Police I vVeek-:Many to will not suffer any discomfort, says

!dead. We all have the brain fag." I News Attend Mr. Williams. FORMER JUDGE IS DEAD ;

I Speeders continued to fall under --
Every ogressive teacher in this
Orlando Best City in America p j
the ban of the lay yesterday. Charles county owe it to herself and to her
2 HARNESS HORSES rot:
T. Wilson
OPEN
and Europe, Says Mrs. Reese TO TRAFFIC TODAYThree Joseph SeventyeightYears
I Lord, arrested by Officer Peel; John students to attend the annual meet- -
Old of Massachusetts
Woods of ,
to Editor
t i ing of the I lorida Educational Asso-
Reeves, arrested Officer
by Smith;
: Died in Orlando
I Eustis ciation to b. held in the beautiful ;
j T. F. Hamlin, of Poughkeepsie,
Blocks of Pavement
d Dr. J. S. McEwan, arrested by Officer on
city of Lakel md December 29-30-31, Tuesday
N. Y. Has Arrived With
1 Clarence E. Woods, editor of the Peel; B. C. Kyle, arrested by Officer! 1914. A most inspiring and suggestive West Central Avenue Open J

Weekly Lake Region, published at Horses to Be Used in Peel; and John Hunt, arrested by program has been gotten up. Today at Four Joseph T. Wilson, seventy-eight '
!
t. Eustis, was an accredited delegate Racing at Fair Officer Peel, all charged with exceed- When such mei as Dr. Redway, the O'clockIt years old, died in Orlando December :
from Lake county to the Rivers and ing the limit great geograpi er, Dr. Withers of 22. He was born at Kittery, Maine,
t. speed were fined $10.
Harbors Congress held recently. Mr. David Lockhart, one of the directors I Teacher's College, St. Louis, and Dr. was announced yesterday that but most of his life was spent at

1 t Woods, at Washington City last week, and the superintendent of the This brings the number of automobile Harvey Cox, 01' the University of West Central avenue, recently paved, Hohant, Mass., where he was a judge

t met Mrs Thos. M. Reese and Mrs D. racing committee of the Subtropical violators up to fourteen for the week. Florida, appear 'on the program it would be thrown open to the public for many years. He had been in Or- ,

; Porter Corwin, to whom he was introduced Midwinter Fair to be held in Orlandoin Other cases in police court were means that all who attend will beery i this afternoon at 4 o'clock, between lando for only a few weeks when his '
i by Senator Ransdell of Louis- minor ones. Ed. Holloway, arrestedby \ much helped. Only those who death occurred. He was a beloved
February, announced I
iana, president of the Rivers and Har- | yesterday Officer Broom for being drunk, stay away will be disappointed. By Kentucky avenue and Reel street, a I man and many friends mourn his de-
bon In the of the i that T. F. Hamlin, of Poughkeepsie, distance of about three blocks. This His widow and three chil-
; Congress. course i I (I was fined $5; Joe Cordell and John all means attend. A complete pro- parture.

conversation Mrs Reese said to lr.1 I IN. Y., had arrived with two harness /i I Cuthbert, arrested by Officers Carter gram may be had at the office of the will enable visitors to Orlando from dren, all of Massachusetts, survive ;

; Woods: "Orlando is the finest place I !I 1, horses which would occupy the training i and Broom, charged with fighting/ county superintendent of public instruction Winter Garden and other points to him. j

eTeri;!teJ of all the cities I have stables at the fair grounds and be were fined $5 each: C. R. Turk, arrested -i J. McKinnon.: ,
enter the city over freshly paved
been to, including Europe and Amer- I I in readiness to participate in the fea- by Officer Carter for leaving j '

'*1. ica." i ture racing program at the fair. + his team unhitched on the street, was Mr.: W. E. Bryan, better known by streets. There is no doubt but this WHAT MADE MILWAUKEE :

George Sprague, of Jacksonville, will fined $1. Joe Wright, arrested by I many as "Ed.," stopped over between stretch of paving will be utili/ed by

I. ALFRED HENRY LEWIS DEAD I arrive later with a string of horses Officer Collins for using profane language trains yesterday and met several of motorists during the holiday season. FAMOUS 1

i I for the same purpose, and others are and disturbing the peace, was I his old friends who were loitering in

iI :New York, Dec. .-Alfred Henry I to follow. discharged.Dade I the shadows of the Atlantic Coast Washington, Dec. .-Senator

f4 Lewis, newspaper man and writer of I Line depot. Mr. Bryan was raised in Fletcher, who will spend Christmas Doc. Jim DeLaney has been up in
i books, died today at the home of his CHRISTMAS SERVICES AT ST. county is trying hard to get' Orlando and old timers will remem- here, is devoting his time to boosting the air because his Christmas ship- i

fi i brother here of an intestinal disorder. LUKE'S CATHEDRAL up a county fair again this year and ber him as the son of Judge and Mrs. the.program for the merchant marine ment of what made Milwaukee fam- :

i. He had been ill' only a few days. proposes to add to its fruit, vegetable Letcher Bryan. He is now makinghis legislation. He had conferences to- ous has been delayed. Yesterday it 1

L. The first Christmas service at St. and flower list live stock and POUl- home in Houston, Texas, and was day with the secretaries of war, com- arrived and today he has on display '
THE WEATHER Luke's Cathedral will begin at 11:45 try. en route Wauchula to visit his merce and the treasury.Representatives the much sought after shipment of

tonight, when the Litany will be said, mother and sisters. He will pay Or- I' Sparkman and Johnston's candy. Any size box you
For Florida: Partly I I
cloudy Thurs-
followed by a celebration of the Holy Limona has let the contract for anew lando a visit before returning to the Clark left for Florida together this want from one to five pounds-and
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Friday.
day
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Communion, Dean Remsen officiating. city hall. I"Lone Star State." afternoon. take it from Jim, it's good.
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i l P''' TOO MUCH HONOR.It Up t. date pauumj, papering etc., | NOTICEAll
is the kind you want. Where to get automobile and occupation license -
g 11 TESiiaSJESiiB E STESJla STESJ;[@STESJB E STESJ'.BSTES'; ] Came With Such a Rush It Forceda it? That's easy, phone 636. W. T. i October taxes 1st. have This been is to overdue notify all since de- Fine I Ice CreaM

L tai. Sudden Resignation. Entrican. 1-20-tf linquents to pay said license tax on
William Collier the actor has a or before December 25th; that those :
XMAS PRESENTSPullman twelve-year-old son and a country remaining delinquent at that time
u'er, home at St. James on Long Island Don't wait for every one in town to will be informed against in the criminal AND ICES j
JF One day in the spring the youngstercame have Entrican. the painter before j court of record.J. .
to him and said that he had just you try. Am too busy to look you > F. GORDON
h been elected captain-manager of his up. Phone 626, and I will be on the Sheriff of Orange County.: For Xmas DessesfcTelephone ;
job. 1.0-tf 12-15 to 12-25C
ball club and in view of the honor
Aprons,|| conferred upon him he desired to show .'
his appreciation in a substantial manner Now is the time to order GRIF- Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand's I II
Tourist Traveling Cases. lie thought it would be rather a FING'S ROSES. W. H. Brokaw Coal Yard phone 566. 9-31-tf I I
graceful thing if he presented his team salesman. 12-16-tf 664 !
mates with a tent under which tbey i I
f [fttf Travelers Writing Sets. might hold their business sessions and Get the news iz> the Sentinel first.I I I
G: map out campaigns against the rival !
f Parisian I Ivory Sets. nines of the neighborhood.So PHONE 646 SOMETHING NICE! New York Ice Cream I
Collier senior donated the tent j
I !My\ I
SpecialyWHOLESALE
and a table and a dozen camp chairs AUTO FOR HIRE j
) Ice Hot Vacuum !
Bottles.
t for furnishings and provided a site for FIRST CLASS REPAIRIGi i Two Beautiful Bull ing lots AND RETAIL !<
It on his lawn. After the canvas had 1
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Parker Fountain Pens been pitched and the boys had assembled BARNARD & SON On South Oranf e Avenue,
3? therein the donor slipped downto Brick Creams in Stock I
t 17 Hughey Street Orlando. Fla. near Lake Lucerne, splendid II
the back of the tent and hid there. I
Cards in Cases. rwi 12-10-lm view of the lake only
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Playing
r with his eye at a crack in order to I .1
hear and see how the boys conducted 2 1-2 blocks from business
Perfumes and Toilet Waters. their meeting. lie arrived just in timeto Dr BuckmasterOSTEOPATH center, nice big shade trees
; GJ1 hear his son say: shrubbery &c., adjourning C. H Hoefler J
i- My father gave us this tent. so I
Xmas Cigars in Xmas Boxes. 1;) move. we elect him an honorary memo I lots to one of the best residences I

ber. in city.-For sale by Residence 205 Liberty St.

Lei: This amid motion applause.The was. carried unanimously Graduate of Kirksville WALTER W. ROSE Corner Mariposa

00 1 ) first baseman stood up. FACTORY AROUND
& 132 S. OrnneAvenue REAL ESTATE THE CORNER
"Mr. Manager he said.we need
some uniforms-regular uniforms. How ABOVE PEOPLES BANK FHONE Rooms I & 3 Watkins Block PRICKS R1.1 SO'.1 It I.EXmasSuggestions
Phone
578.
are we going to get them?" 555
ESTES$ PHARMA Y **I move," said the chairman that

I the buy honorary the uniforms.member" be permitted to ( I

By acclamation this motion also was

00 adopted. .
"We need some new bats and a dozen
balls and a catcher's mask and chest
PHONES protector and a lot of gloves too."
j jtJ stated another voice.
"1 move" said Master Collier -that: I
the honorary member be allowed to
61 and 95 furnish those things."
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among those present.
"1 think we ought to hire a big coachto ___ -u u __ __h" u_..
v7Q take us to the game" came a sug-
t STESltli( STESIISTF..sHSTESiSTF I !Ii STF 1I5TEsl:,STES1JiRF1ISDIS' gestion from the shortstop.

"That's move that"-right too." said the manager."I AreiYou a S. P. U. G ?

It was at this juncture that the hon- .'
orary member stepped around to the
front and tendered his resignation.-

Saturday Evening Post. Did you ever think of going to the -,

Time.
: Know the true value of time. Snatch. GAS OFFICE to look for Xmas
: BOUSEH.fl1fl.SAINT seize and enjoy every moment of it- presents -
no Idleness no laziness no procrasti-
nation. Never put oft till tomorrow ?
what you can do today.-Earl of Ches-
terfield.

formost.everythingEasy= Wanted More Letter Perhaps you never have but we
Annoyed by the Injury done to one ,
i1 of his trees by the driver of the local
to use. bus Mr. Kipling wrote a vigorous let- want you to see what we have this year.
of to the bus
ter complaint owner
$ Easy to buy. who is also landlord of an inn. The ,
landlord sold the letter for 10 shillings
Small in cash. A second and stronger letter We carry only the latest and best '
cans. followed and this also found a purchaser 1
this time at !1. as befitted its
16 Colors and increased violence. Boniface again said Gas Appliances in the market.
nothing. To him next day entered Mr.
ALL GOD.
Kipling, briskly wrathful. "Why didn'tI
answer your letters sir? Why. I was
hoping you'd send me a fresh one. Present which will be appreciated.
Wears well. They pay a deal better than bus driving.
."
Looks well. --

Spoiled the Scene.
Sam Sothern says the worst moment
What more of his stage career was passed in a ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO.
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state of mental paralysis owing to a .
can you ask? trick played: on him by another actor. I
1111. q" This actor. who had a passion for I
practical Joking and Mr.Sothern were j GAS DEPARTMENT
appearing in the same play. It was ,
a sentimental comedy in which Mr.
SOLD BY .
Sothern had to make a long and effective ,
speech with the stage all to him-
Jos. Bumby Hardware Co., self. The practical joker got an alarm


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kinds of Florida property.. We want listed with us all ____ fT'\. .

HENRY BENEDICT President
bargains in Real Estate, and we want customers for Real ,
THAT IXFEBXAL BELL RUG AXD BA. G.-

Estate Bargains. = i1WARING clock timed the alarm very carefully

I and stage.set it upon a sideboard upon the Office over Peoples National Bank. Phone 570r .

I "At the very moment I opened my
mouth to declaim Mr. Sothern says.
I **it went off 1 stood before the footlights -
REAL L ESTATE COMPANYR.
I literally gaping while that Infernal -
I bell rang and rang; and thrummed -
and clattered through an eternity. -
D. WARING, Manager It was a nightmare! I wanted to
run and could not. I wanted to speak i.i. Sentinel
: and could not. Suddenly from the ; Ads Get Results
Rooms and 6 Watkins Block Phone No. 631 gallery W nt
: a piercing voice cried out:
; < i' : f ll-15-tf 'Say.% boss. I guess your line's '

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Report of County Finances. FESTIVAL OF TilE YOUNG


The Name Opportunity of Christmas of Bringing

Happiness to Children Should

The following. Report of the Receipt and Disbursements of the several funds, for the Not Be Passed By GRANDTODAY

six months ending June 30. 1911. with, the Balances and the Amount of Warrants Outstand-

ing and a Statement of the Assets and Liabilities and the Value of the Property of Orange Christmas, the celebration of the
County on the 30th day of June 1914. as reported by the County Commissioners and Clerk
birthday of the Divine Child, is peculiarly -
of the Circuit Court of said Orange County is hereby published under the provision of
Chapter 6428. Laws of 1913. the children's festival. And

W. V. NOTT. Comptroller. chile it can not, too, but be a time of


. CIRLDANN R L 0 4 N N GENERAL FUND we special; realize rejoicing after; all among, that grown-ups it has no,

Treasurer's" Balance Dtt31.. 1913 .. ..... .... .. .............. .. 12340.43 other charm to compare with the
Warrants Outstanding Dec 31. 1913 ... ........................... 195.30 pleasure we take in some kiddy's delight "THE EX-CONVICT

Net Balance. Dtt31.. 1913 ..... .. .. ........................ ... 12.33.13 over the doll or drum or pic- ,
1 to June 30. 1914 :
Receipts .. .. .. .... ..... ... = ture book that special Santa A Kalem feature
.. our special in
From Tax Taxes; ..:. .. :......:........:::::::..'........::......:::::::::::::::::::: SIiH:: Claus has brought him. complete two pans.

Telegraph and Express Co. Licenses .................... 866.81Making This of
U. R. opportunity
making
R. R. and Telegraph Taxes ................................ .. 3.:51.80 some
.. 330.00 child's Christmas one of surpassingjoy
Hire Sale Interest of State Fruit on Convicts Deposits Co. Home. .. :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: 840.12 145.38 20.592.20 of which he will carry a graciousand DOROTHY KELLY

ennobling into after life, ,
Means .. .. .. .. .... ....... .... ........_.......:............. 3.82..33 memory
it be after direct influence
years, may our -
Disbursements Jan. 1 to June 30. 1914 for good or evil will have James Morrison and George CooperIN
Clerk of the Circuit Court as Count y Auditor and Clerk to
Salary County of Commissioners ........ .................................... 450.00 ceased forever-this opportunity of
Per Diem and Mileage of Commissioners: ........ .................... 420.25
Pay of Sheriff for attendance on County Commissioners ............ ... 12.50 giving pleasure is one of the best that -
of Other Officers and Employes: life has to
Salaries .................. offer us. And perhaps the
Judge of Criminal Court of Record .... .... 500.00
County Solicitor .. . .. .. ... . .... ...................... 331.00 greatest opportunity is his who in "
Attorney for County Commissioners ..... .................... 650.00 "The Love of Pierre La tee
\ Supervisor of Registration .... . .. .. ..................... 454.70 place of home ties, has the wide, gray e
Repaint to County Buildings : worl dof homeless, loveless, unhappy
Court House .. . . .. .. . .... ...................... 40.28 ,
Jail . . . .. . .. . .... .. .. .. .................... .. 31.35 childhood from which to choose the
REAL [ESTATE
Furniture and Fixtures for:
Court House . .. ... . . ... ............................ 252.72 most needy recipient of his Christmas.
Jail .. .. n' .. .. .. .... .. ... ............. ............. 51.50Expenses I giving. The chances of giving happiness i

Janitors of County and Other Buildings Attendants: .... ........................ 23-1.0( in this way are so many, the A VITAGRAPH I DRAMA

Incidentals Light Fuel and... .Water. ... ......:':::..'. :::::::..:'...::::::-.::::::::::: 291.97 272.80 means so simple, that no one of us
Care of County Poor: should let the season pass unim- "
Expenses Operation of Poor Houses and Farms ............. .. .. 1.447.35 "Rastus Knew it Wasn't.
NEIL McDUFFEE Allowance made to Paupers Outside of Poor Houses .......... 83.30( proved.
Coroner's Inquests: Fees of Officers. Jurors and Witnesses .......... 130.78
Insanity Inquiries: Fees of Officers and Committees ........... ... 189.85
County Agricultural Advisor ..... ...... .......................... 99.17 THE GIFT
Abstract and Indexing ... 113.00 CIGARSBy
Contractor and Builder Donation to Fair Association :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: 800.00: HEAR

Buena Vista Manfg. Co. . .. . .,... ... ................... ... 500.00
Bungalows a Specialty County DivisionStationery .. ... . . .. ... ...... .. .............. ... .. 70.00 Wilbur D. Nesbit
and Printing!
Arcade Orlando General Stationer, Blanks, etcRecord ..... .......................... 237.06 Don't laugh! But she gave me cigars "
- Building. Books ........... .. .. ..... ...... ................. .. 355.82 Selected the things by their color- :. "THAT ORCHESTRA
Advertising Required by Law and Paid for by County ......... 109.58 They came out in one of those jarsI ,
Commissions Paid to Officers: I
think they were called the "Maud
BEST SELECT OYSTERS, 50c. QuartThcWaldcckerFishCo :Tax Tax: Collector Assessor .. .. .. :: ::-.:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::>:: 1197.72 755.00: r Muller." The best four piece combination in the State

County Treasurer ... ....... ... ............... ................. S67.26 I've read all these gift-cigar jokes,
Clerk CL Ct. Recording and General Court Work .............. 32.58 I know I must read them hereafter
Expenses of Primary Election ........ ........................ 293.18 ;
Expenses Criminal Prosecution: r Please wait for the place for the I

FOR FISH AND OYSTERS Sheriff. Cost in Criminal Cases ....... .... ..... 936.66 laughter.
Constables Costs in Criminal Cases .............. .. 42.9(
Phone No. 5. 206 Boone StreetP. Clerk Criminal Court. Costs in Criminal Cases.... .. 278.46 Don't smile! But she bought them 5c lOc
County Judge Costs in Criminal Cases. ... ..... 240.02
Justice of Peace. Costs in Criminal Cases .. .... .. 20.65 herself.I .
M. and W. O. COX County Solicitor. Conviction Fees . ... .. .... 475.0( know how she talked to the
10-23-tf i Raliffs at Criminal Courts .. .. .. ... ..... ... 42.7$ dealer-
. I Court Stenographer, Insolvency Cases .. .... ... 131.16 I
looked each box the shelf
I Sheriff! Commissioners! on Fines Collected .. ........ 182.23Feeding She at on
I'risoners. '.. ... ..' '. .. .... 1.301.42 i And spoke of the wrapper as Tomorrow
Transportation: and Discharge Money: .t''; Convicts ::: K>6.70 "peeler."

r Evidence Violation Game Laws ... .. .. .. .. ...... 30.00 0 beautiful looking
Christmas Capture Escaped Coivicts .. .. ...... ...-.......... 100.00 were theyI -
Other Expenses Criminal Prosecutions .... .. ...... 4.30 3,901.14 think they were called the "Maud "
Road Expense : Muller."

Noises for runty Teams etc. ... .... ............... 232.01 Of course think now of hay "T"E
you
Almost Here Convict GuardsTotal .,. . . ... ... ............... 826.01: 1.09402 Unless, as I was, you are duller.! COUNTRY MOUSE

Disbursements .. .. .. ....... .....................=::=. 16.87.7?
Don't grin! They wore gilt and red ,
Net Balanre. June 30. 1914 ..... ...... ........................ 16.539.61 bands,
Warrants Outstanding. June 30, 1914 .... .......................... 118.40FINE And really looked quite artistic. A Paremount Product ion In Four Paris Featuring

Treasurers Balance. June 30. 1914 ... .....,.. ..... ..... ............ 16.658.01 She says that she now understands
Give us your order for Why smoking has charms that are
PLUM PUDDING mystic. Hobart Bosworth and Adele Farrington
RAISINS AND FORFEITURE FUND I She says that it's cheering to see

Treasurer's" Balance December 31, 1913 .... ... ...................... 11910.69 How much as I smoke I enjoy them.I .
DATES Warrants Outstanding, December 31. 1913 .. ......... .... ....... ... 96.4011.844.2P know you are choking with glee
FIGS Net Balance. December 31, 1913 ...... ...... ........................ And think that I wished to destroy

PECANS Receipts. January 1 to June 30, 1914 : them.
t ALMONDS From Fines its etc.. Collected .. . .. ..............:.:.......... 2.790.25 J
State Convict; Hire .. ...... .... ........ ...................... 330.00 Now, waitVell! I sat down and
ENGLISH WALNUTS Interest on Deposits ... ..... .. ............... .... ......... 138.98 3.259.23 I smoked; I

BRAZIL NUTS Making .. ...... .. .. ... . ........L.....................- -15.103.52 She placed the ash tray on the THE OLD RELIABLEDANN'S
MINCE MEAT table;
Disbursements January 1 to June 30. 1914: I chuckled and subtly I joked-
CRYSTALIZED GINGERWe Sheriff, Cost Bills in Criminal Cases .. ........................ 346.80 .
carry a full line of Xmas eat Constables Cost Bills in Criminal Cases ...................... 17.40 "Maud label.Muller, you know, was the TRANSFER
Clerk of the Criminal Court of Record Cost Bills in Criminal
ables. Cases .. .. ........ .............. .. ................ 99.12 I Well, talk of your jokes on cigars!
XMAS PRESENT County Judge, Cost Bills in Criminal CasesJustice .... .. .............. 99.22 I said might laugh when I'd Dr. B. D. WIENENGA
of the Peace, Cost Bills in Criminal Cases .. ... ......... 10.0X: I you Prop.
Send a Box of Fruit to friends. County Solicitor Conviction Fees .... ..... ....... ............ 145.00 ended.
your Bailiffs Pay for Attendance on Criminal Court............ .... 8.75 These came out in one of those jars-
Only $1.35 express prepaid east of Witness Fees . ... .. . .. ..... ............. ...... 672.60( And, honestly, now, they were
Mountains. Court Stenographer in Insolvency Cases ..... .............. ... 39.50 Livery Draying and HaulingWE
Rocky Sheriff's Commission on Fines etc.. collected ... ........... .... 19.31 splendid. ,
Give us your order now. Feeding PrisonersTransportation ... ...... .... .. ... ................ 111.60
Paid for and Discharge Money raid to County
Convicts Worked on Roads ............. ............:.... 17.00 $trychulrt.ltryehnite : --
Transferred to Road Fund.... ..... ........................... J.286.00Net f I" out of the 7rtf'st pollee
ful vejretiibl. I..i.mo' known but !: Lfj -- GUARANTEE GOOD SERVICE
Total Disbursements .... ...... ....................u........... 3.872.33 .
very odd Ife! ts. Cp to about oi .

CARUTHERS & GORE Balance June 30. 1914 .... ..... ... ........................ 11.231.19 Fhirty-at'id? of a grain; it is oftei ise Warrants Outstanding. June 30. 1914 ........,....................... 132.90: In n odi j< iii. :1'; a :iry little

Treasurer's Balance. June 30, 1914 .. ....:. ...................,...... 11,64.09 more ;< rt-piirt l to bring. oa that pruliar #- AUTO, AUTO BUS AND TRUCK ..I
I t.t:.tt* kaown as "tt'I ous." ij,
New Modern Groceru
!, which! tb' inu* 'lt lock: themselves up 1

ROAD FUND: Int' such hard masses that they art at I
for Ten
Country Driving Eight or Solicited
Treasurer's Balance. December 31, 1913 ............ ............... 9924.37 rigid a* InmtAD overdose, however,
Phone 200 Warrants Outstanding. December 31. 1914 ................... ...... 275.50Net 2-js tMH
Balance December 31. 1913 ........ .. ........................ 8648.87! stance to fire itself.Exchange.Haw : HORSES FOR SALE .i I.i
Receipt, January 1 to June 30. 1914 : .ii
From Taxes . .. . .. ... ...... .... .. ........................ 21.331.72 i
6 and 8 East Pine St. Auto Licenses .. .. ...... ............................ .... 930.00 H. Felt. 'Phone 257. Orlando, Florida
Tax Redemptions ... . .... ................................ 422.21 "Y-ta Art :bi though;; you thou :b:

Interest R. R. and on Telegraph Deposits Co. .Taxes.. ..:::::::::.::::::::::::::::::::..::: 6.0O2.21 154.99 .rrur<5pf| -. ii|'erior tw the ;;:ROTernment.Y ."

City Account. Clay Road ... ... .............................. 251.16 replied the Denial egotist, **5
Sale of Pipe . . .. . ........... ..................... 155.40 ?.. fe..l slisbtly sur>erior. As a tai -
ORLANDO Sale of Fertilizer . .. ............ .................... 12.50: .
Smith Donation . . . _... .. .... ..... ........ .. .__ 10.00 5>:ty<-r when low. the ;government; any-
Transfer from Fine and Forl..itre Fund........ .. ..... ..... .. 2.iftOO! S1.S5S.9 tin, I piy. Clan the governmear

Making . . . . . . ... .. .. ... .... ...............- -40.205.81 .wes n!t" ncythiiiK; it does as it likuathe Xmas From the Delicatessen f
Disbursements January 1 to June 30. 1914: twnt mlU..r.-\Vshiuton:; Star. Merry -
PlUMBING CO1 Salaries of Road Superintendents and Overseers ........... .... 1.278J
Paid to ounty Commissioners for Road Inspection ........ .... 157.75
Cost of Material . .. . . ... ... ... ..... ............... 172.98 Plenty of Hopeless Ones. ManIn
Tools and Machinery, Cost and Repairs ..................... 1.284.36 At the sure of tweiit.T-tive a man cur
Live Stock. Cost and Care and Feeding .4,315.98 be /irrriri> for thinking he knows rush of don't about Lunch. I have
ii It4I the Holiday Shopping always
26 WEST PINE STREET Paid for Free Labor other than Guards ........ ............. 7.074.24 worry on
Pay of Convict Guards . .. .. .... .. .... ........... .... 347.50 but if tf Imsn't changed; fcls uiln hand a stock of all kinds of Cooked foods.
Feeding and Care of Convicts on Roads .. .... ........ .... 717.19 at forty tlvre I is no hope for him.-T tselo
PHONE 122 Payments on Account of Roads Built by Contract. ............. 6735.35: 1414100. COLD ROAST TURKEY LAMB TONGUE CHICKENJELLIED
Payments on Account of Bridges Built by Contract .......... .. 519.25: VEAL PEPPER HASH
Surveying . . . . . .. ....... .. ........... .. ... 385.51 -- --- CHEESE OF ALL KINDS BAKED BEANS POTATO SALAD
Real Estate for Road Purposes . .. ... ..................... 600.00 Faint Heart..fift"t' .
Publication in re Condemnation . .. . .... .. ........ .... 16.I: .
Best Plumbing at Low- Inspecting Licenses . .. . .. . ... ... ................... 1OO.OOExpenses you sH Good Roads Convention .. ... ..... ....... ........ 267-80 "Cei'aluty.: i -iId 'Uood evenin( Phone 26 1

est Prices Total Disbursements . .. . .. .. . ... .. .... ................. 23.9':1.01I when I |'a<...ed him in the hall."-IVnpajUaoiu f
Punch Itowl.Cirrnmaiaareg .
We are not in the combine.SLAUTER'S Net Balance. June 30. 1914 ... . 16232.82
a I Warrants Outstanding: June 30. 1914 ':: :: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::: 329.7: I .- = f
latest inventions usedon are beyond the contra !

all first-class Treasurers" Balance June 30. 1914 .. .. ... ... .. ..... .......?.... .. 16.562.55 9f man. l It fT Ill:. f
DO1rer.Itoats ant. Don't Gimcracks for
Buy l
Plumbing Construcion SPECIAL ROAD DISTRICT. NO. I

Treasurers Balance. December 31, 1913 and June 30, 1914. No Receiptsor IF YOU ARE LOOKING for well
Disbursements .. ... ...... ............. .................. 407.40 rooted orange and grapefruit buds, Christmas PresentsVarious
see II. McDaniel.. Phone 708.
SCHOOL FUNDTreasurer's i

Real Estate Boughtand Balance. December 31, 1913. Overdraft .. ....... ........ .782.86
Warrants Outstanding. December 31. 1913 ... .. ..,... ......,...__ ..., 569.00 Big crowd, big crowd goes by poor fancy articles made of plush. celluloid, leather, 1

Sold.City Deficit. December 31. 1913Receipts ... . ... .... ...... ...... .. .... .... 4.2-6 Mrs. Brigham's, for she is so busy brass or even silver, and known to the trade as "Holiday :
January 1 to June SO. 1914 : taking care of the Belgians that she '
From Taxes .. .. has no time to sell her Goods are made simply for show and have no practical

a Tax Pull Taxes Redemptions: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: 1S.665.26 I.78.OO 36947 cards and gifts. Please pretty do Christmas come- value or utility. In these days of war and straightened ;
in
Building Lots, $100; $1.00 cash R. R. and Telvitraph Co. Taxes ................................ 5,2b2:.62 22 West Church street.. 12-19-tf finance Chaistmas 11
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and $1.00 week Lot Intern and Common Stood Fund .......................... 88740 you ought spend your money wisely.A .
t per buys a 1 Mill State Tax ,, , ,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,, 1,4i9UNr book nice musical instrument talk-
Examination .... Eclipse Dress Shirts for Men, make great a picture, a or .
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RENTS Fees, :: :: :.:........... 710
COLLECTED Tution Fees . . . ... .............. .... ."...".."..". 51.SO 27.SS4.25 very acceptable Christmas presents.Get ing machine, a box of fine stationery a hundred copperplate 1
them at Boardman's.
Notary Work Promptly Done. and Neatly Making .. .. 'i' .. . ..."... .............. .. ...... ....- --23,611.39-- 12-22-3tc engraved calling cards, fountain pens, supplies for 1
Disbursements January to Jane 31. 1914
Salaries of Teachers . : ... -i ar" N TEN ACRES overlooking Orlando; the writing desk at the office or in the home, these and :

N. P. HATCHER Transportation Apparatus of Pnptfo. ; 1.3473 16786 site.all $2,000.cleared; II.fine McDaniel.land; good. Phone home I many other articles in our stock make Christmas gifts that : I
Incidentals roc Ghouls ili. ELw.nj.mm;; ; \\ 708.
Salary of SuperintendentTraveling : 94010 prove useful and bring joy and comfort the whole year J.
ORLANDO FLORIDA Expenyeji of 111.40 and
I>r Diem and Mileage of Members of Board .... ...... ... .. 281.00 Eiffel Hose for men and women, through. Do your Christmas buying early buy:wisely.
Office at Pinehurst ParkP. Commissions of Treasurer . . .. . .. . .. .. . . 39.22 can be had in gift boxes if desired
Incidentals; for Board and Superintendent .. . . . . 57.24: Boardman's. ,
O. Box 281 Printing Financial StatementExpenses at 12-2-3tc W. S. BRANCH
of Examinations : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : 27.60 8.50! ---- ,

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THE DAILY SPEED AND $140- CHRISTMASThere
This is For
So far this week fourteen motorists -
South Florida SentinelMORNING
have been arrested for speeding, was silence o'er the world- 1I I
AND WEEKLY and a fine of $10 has been levied upon Rang for Him no silver bell,
w. M. GLENN ......................Editor At His birth no flag unfurled, I
W. C. ESS1NGTON _..__Bauncm Manager each offender. 14x$10 equals $140.It Only peace on hill and dell, SPECUlATORSFour Ii i
-- ------ would that motorist
appear every While the angels from above
Entered at the poetcffice at Orlando Flor
ida. a. Second Class Mail Matter. who has money to pay for J. D.'s Sang their wondrous song of love.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES product also has the cash to pay his ORLANDO'S
Daily 1 Year ........................ $5.00 fine. But if the continuesit On the Mother's breast He lay.
Daily 6 Months ...................... 2.50 police vigil Smiling Babe with eyes of blue
Daily. 3 Months ...................... 1.25 is a safe bet that no one motoristwill Round them wise men knelt to ,
DaMy. 1 Month...................... .60W For the Prince pray lots on Colo- FAVORITE
of
again feel the hand of the law Peace they knew,
;.," r. 1 Year ...................... Jl.OO And the Bethlehem star shone fair i
for the offense.
same
nial Drive within 300
Over the
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN shepherds waiting there.
ADVANCETO 0 SHOPPING
ADVERTISERS: Cheer up if you get a box of Christmas chimes ring full and clear feet of Colonial Hills
Christmas cigars and anecktie-just Telling of the Christ-Child's birth,
Copy for display and all other hand-set And though clouds hover
war near,
advertiainr must be handeo in at the badness remember you can smoke the cigars Love is passing o'er the earth where lots are priced PLACEDo
office of the Sentinel later than 2
not p. m. and if they don't kill
you you can While hear the
we sweet refrain,
the day before publication. This rule applies
to changes for contract advertising: it is hang yourself with the necktie.- Peace on Earth, Good will to men. from 350 to 600 dollars -
invariable and will be strictly adhered to. TimesUnion.TOO -Ruth Raymond.
Subscribtra;; dtxiring The Sentinel diScontinued I lot. If taken
should notify the office in writing on o WOOD FOR SALEI per
the date of expiration otherwise it will be
continued at the regular subscription rates LATE TO CLASSIFY have bought the lumber and slabs I Ion 1
the
ten
until notice to stop is received. the W. P. Smith mill yard, within days
Telephone Numb r ...................... 21 the county home. This is good wood near You Need Our
Large mince, pumpkin, apple and
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1914. cherry pies for your Christmas dinner and some lumber in it. All goes for price is only S800, for :
at Rock's Bakery. 24-2t 50 cents per 2 horse load, 4 loads $1. 1 ;
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Make all payments to L. Meadows, the four lots.Cooper Help ?
Orlando needs a motor fire truck I near the :yard.Seasoned .
because Chief Dean is handicapped SITUATION WANTED-If you need pine and oak on the farmat I
J reliable man in office, hotel, store, and
$1 $1.25 per strand, near Con-
with battle
poor equipment to raging I grove, or any business where an all way. A. S. HODGES.
fires. round man is required, write me; experience 12246twkly3tcMr.
and references..B.Crosby,
Tomorrow is the big day. Orlando, Fla. 12-24-3t Geo. T. Gaines, the chicken fan- Atha ;

o cier, of the Pine Castle section, was Ur5 j
Just received jI
a big shipment of
Slogan for Orlando today"smilewith reworks of all kinds at Rock5s Bak- among the business visitors to Or- 114 South Orange Ave. Ground Floor ,

us." ery. 24-2t lando yesterday. He reports the Phone No. 311 I
o chicken business as being on the mend I

This is the last day to do your late Buy something good to eat for your I and if things continue as they are ------- ---- -- -
Christmas dinner. Fruit, pound,chocolate -!
shopping.Do now looking up, he will double his
and cocoanut layer cakes at SentineL R r
Subscribe for The Daily
o German Bakery. Chas. Rock. 24-2t I I poultry farm.

it today and let others talk 1- i
about it tomorrow.All FOR SALE-12: pairs full blooded :
Berkshire pigs, just the right size
o to roast, at Chas. Rock's farm. 24tf i
of the merchants, expect to doa iI

big business today. FOR SALE-Pure s.c. White Leghorn i I
o pullets and year-olds. "Bredto ii
An Orlando Social Lion is one who lay" strain. Only a few. J. W. i
Gaines, R. R. No. 1. 12-24-3t i
does a great deal of lyin'. j I

o I HAVE FOR RENT five nice, large,
A philosopher is a married man comfortable rooms; nicely furnished LAKE EOLA !
who doesn't wish he wasn't. ; in flat over Model Cafe. Special -
o rates by the week or month. See Only
I. T. Stringer, 116 North Orange ave- '
The charge of the light brigade is nue. 12-24-31 :
about over-only today remains.

o WANTED ROOMS-Suite of fur- ; !
The curse of wealth is the awful nished rooms wanted for light Here is an unusual offering, one that I can unhesi-

effort most of us have to forth housekeeping. Must be centrally lo- I
put cated. Address, giving particulars, tatingly recommend as a GREAT BARGAIN. The lot is !
.to get it. D. L. B.., General Delivery, City.
o 2-24-3t 90x200 and the house contains seven rooms and bath. c
i
Abe Martin "You kin iI
says: gener- --- --- --- I
; ally tell how guilty a feller is by the XMAS DINNER 'Servants room on premises. Orange and grapefruit and I I

; sort of lawyer he hires."
peach trees, shruberry and flowers and ornamental t

i 'Twas the night 0 before Christmas, 50c. SPECIAL SOc I
:
plants. Owner will sell furnished or unfurnished. The II II
and all through the town, I

l Not a creature was "fretting, nor EMPIRE HOTELCream location is No. 215 E. Robinson avenue, on north shore of i i
I
wearing a frown.
0f I Lake Eola, and overlooking Eola Park. Listed exclusively i
At last reports Postmaster :McLean of Tomato, Valencienne More
was alive and kicking. The inundation Celery Lettuce Pickles with me. The price will astonish you, it too low, j

t had all' but covered his good spir- Broiled White Fish, I
its. Hollandaise Sauce but owneris determined to sell. Cash or terms. I


o Roast Young Turkey, I II
When your wife points out your I
Dressing
imperfections it is the part of wisdomto Oyster ShoppingDay
Cranberry Sauce Giblet Gravy
count a million before you an-
Roast Leg of Lamb, Mint Sauce
swer. o Prime Ribs of Beef, Pan Gravy I S.Y.VVAYInsurance

Praise properly bestowed is one of Fruit Sherbet
your best investments. But some

people are so egotistical they wantto :Mashed Potatoes Candied Yams and Real Estate Agent
"hog" it all. New String Beans Green Peas

o
Watch the candles tomorrow even- Waldorf Salad PHONE 172

ing. It would be a good idea to havea
lot Mince Pie' Pumpkin Pie
pail of water or a fire extinguishernear
every gaily lighted Christmastree. English Plum Pudding

Until
0 American Cheese and Crackers

What has happened to Roosevelt? Tea Coffee I

He hasn't gone to Europe, has he? j
If he has about the only river he Tables may be reserved by phone. I

could discover over there would be 12-24-2tc -I
the Styx.In II I
OJ I Christmas I

these days of high taxes, war

stamps and revenue, with eggs out of

sight and hungry wolves at the doors La Vallieres and Bracelet Watches
and windows, a feller would just as
lief be poor.

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This is the way it should be classified -

: dainty enough fora fairy WE CHECK AND DESPATCH ALL
black-M-ail

A-dventurers PARCELS FREE OF CHARGE
reve-N-ge What girl can resist the charm of a dainty La Valliere veritable

merce-N-ary motives lacework of gold or platinum, set with precious or semipreciousstones


spoli-A-tion The designs this year are so unusually lovely, so delicate
'- vile s-C-hemes

ex-T-ortion and fine, we are sure they must have been inspired by the fairies. We prepay all Express

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; ON The THE Hobson RUN-amendment before the Especially charming, too, are our) Bracelet Watches A more pleasing gift Charges on out-of-town

house of representatives on Tuesdaywas could not be chosen, or one that combines so much beauty with practicability purchases except Gro-
lost by sixty-one votes. For the
convenience of The Sentinel readers I I
this'table will show the result: Come in and look them over whether you intend to purchase ceries .

Party. For. Against. or not. We know it will be a treat to you to see
Democrats ___________ 114 lU:
Republicans _________ 68 46 these exquisite pieces of Jewelry
Progressives _________ 11 1
Prog. Republicans ____ 4 I 0
Independent _________ 0 1
OPEN EVENINGS

Total ______________ 197 189
The result was satisfactory but irritating -
DICKSON YES CO.c
to the sponsors of the amend-

ment as a two-thirds majority was
necessary for its passage. To have 4 T. H.EVANS

carried the measure 258 votes were -

needed. OlDEr ARTMENT STORt.
But even at that if we were brew- JEWELER

ers, whisky distributors, saloon keepers .

bartenders and liquor manufac- Orlando Avenue.Florida ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE
turers we would most certainly invoice Orange .
advertise, sell' out and go into
another business before another vote

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; TODAY'S Four Big PROGRAM Reels What Shall I give (

THE FRIEND "The UniversaL Danger of Universal a Great City Ike,"Jr., in

CrystaL "Getting Vivian Married." i
A farce comedy with Vivian Prescott
A two-part Domino feature. A Tragic Story of a Man's Idea and Charles D. Forrest. is a question often asked and sometimes
Green's Hus-
of Personal Loyalty. band.Vritten UniversaL "Mary and produced by III hard to answer, you will be greatly
Grace Cunard.
Rex. "When Death Unites." helped by coming into our store and

"CASEY'S VENDETTA," THAT GOOD looking at our big stock of Christmas

presents.

Iomic. An Irish-Italian Comedy, with an All-Star Cast.
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Coupons given with every admission,good for the Lucerne Theatre Great it

Automobile Contest. !; SUPREME AUTO OIL


I L Same Little Prices I ARE THE BEST FOR YOUR CAR U -

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I home, declaring that the second little Lubricating Oil and Greases to suit
OOrluiWu urirty i I social of the holidays was a large all cars. Give make of car when you
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j, RECENT:: ARRIVALS AT THE
Office telephone No. 179. Residence telephone No. 254 .1 WINDEMEREMr.


WEEKLY SOCIAL CALENDARDec. 'and a social hour enjoyed. On December -I and Mrs. Howard Bird, of Dun- GULf REFINING CO, ENGRAVING REPAIRING
--- thirtieth a New Year's recep- i I ellon, N. J. Mr. Bird has spent many ,
24th-26th. tion will be given. Miss Hainer.and I winters in Florida. Last winter he P. G. WALTON Agent
ST C SSSSI FT aiiiiaiiiiii nftC/jC SS iP Jt E
Mrs. Howes are the committee in i had a cottage at Daytona, but just Office Phone 450.
Letters to Santa charge. |before going north came over to Or- Residence Phone 269. 11111111111111 1111 Clillalllilit ,.. 11111 U 111I11 III It
Santa Claus is the busiest man in Rossmore Inn to Open lando and was so charmed with the
town at present every day more let- The Rossmore Inn city that he engaged his apartmentsat W. S.Coleman W. R. Rhan

ters arrive for him. If any grown- Florida twelve miles\Vindermere'l I that time for this winter. THERE'S A REASON FOR
ups feel like helping to give pleasure do, on Lake Butler, Prof. and Mrs. T. J. Wofter and VENEER CORES
to these little ones, write Box 432, public for its first season on December -I I son, T. Wofter, Jr., of Athens Ga. SUN PROOF PAINT

Orlando Florida. i 29, with a dance, invitations having Prof. Wofter is a member of the,faculty $1.25 ------ -- ---- -- -
r One dear little fellow writes to I been sent out to all friends who of the University of Georgia, and
Santa Claus, Joyland, North Pole: will be interested in this new hotel in was granted one year's leave of absence Per Strand Up Sold at -gaining in popularity every day.

Dear Santa Claus: Orange county. Mr. W S. Brown to carry on special work off the FIRE-PLACE CHUNKS AND QUALITY-THAT'S IT
Bring me a express wagon please and Dr. J. A. of Cleveland I lIe
Thompson campus. was in Berlin one day OAK WOOD
so,I can help mama. We also handle a full line of Painters' A Pape
Here's hoping he gets the wagon. Ohio, have erected this modern after war was declared, but only Hangers Supplies. 200O'Roll Wall Papeto
hotel and want it to be a favorite I stayed: there a short time. Later he Orlando Wood YardB. go at cost price.
Dear Santa Claus: place for automobile parties from Or- was in Paris at the time the Germans W. Kingsley, Proprietor
I am a little girl six years old and lando, who will be especially cateredto. were dropping bombs in that city.R. PINE STREET AND R. R. ORLANDO PAINT AND WAIL PAPER CO :
have heard you are good to little Fishing and hunting are fine in A. Johnson and wife of Chicago; Telephone 344 .
folks please bring me a girl's Indian I So. Ave
205 Orange
9-30 Phone 261
this and it is I I TheSignoftheSun
suit. locality a delightful Andrew Hertzel, P. J. Trushel, and T.
Yours truly. place for an outing. The Sentinel O. Riege of Warren, Pa.; Mr. and ..... ...I.IIII..III..I.II..I.. .II..IIIIII.
she wants be in the Men- I t ______ __ _______ _____u_
Maybe to wishes Rossmore Inn a prosperous Mrs. C. B. Johns, of Evansburg Pa.; ..
delssohn Club's "Hiawatha.' New Year. T. J. Ingerson, of Providence, R. I.;
,_ -- Engagement AnnouncedMr. Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Rifner of Indian-
This is one from the little. girl's : and Mrs. F. II. Rand of Long- apolis, Ind.; W. B. DeGarmo Indiana FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL
brother: i wood, announce the engagement of Pa.
Dear Santa Claus: their daughter Julia to Mr. Percy I
I am a little boy nine years old and Morton, of Orlando. The marriagewill Mrs. M. L. Robinson arrived yesterday Established 1886
am in the second grade at school.
I afternoon on the Tampa Special -
Will take place at high noon, Decem-
you please bring me a cowboy'ssuit.
ber 30th, at the Episcopal church at to spend the winter in Orlando.
This is her fourth visit and she
Yours truly. Longwood.-Sanford Herald. pre-
Annual Christmas Party fers the warmth and glow of the CURTIS & O'NEAL
This little one does not know that I Florida sunshine to the cold and bit-
I The Sumus Club,
"a great many" of Santa's presents Septem composed ing winds of Boston, Mass. She willas.
have gone to the Belgian children,iof j seven young ladies of the city .usual make her home at the St.
its annual Christmas and INSURANCE
and he is hard up this year: gave party James, on the corner of South and LOANS
I dinner at the home of Miss Cornelia
Dear Santa Claus: I West streets.
Minor yesterday afternoon. Two of
Will you please bring me a great
many present, and bring me a boat a the young ladies could not attend but Special interest attaches to the latest REAL ESTATE RENTALSFOR
doll jacket some candy knit slippers the other five made up in joyfulnesswhat II
Bosworth release the Para-
-. a doll a Christmas tree. Goodby dear on
lacked in numbers. The
Santa Claus. they mount program. It is a comedy written -
Your friend darling. I party was held in the afternoon and by Hobart Bosworth in which the
Unity Circle Meeting (later five young men came out and I leads are played by Miss Adele Far-
Yesterday afternoon the Unity Cir-I homed them before the delicious sup- I rington and himself, and marks the
served. All the
cle had a very interesting meeting per was reported former's debut in motion pictures. 5 Rooms Furnished South Main
best of times. The members of RENIV--Bungalo ,
good
about forty ladies being present. The I I The work of this well known actress .
.the club Misses Ruth ,
subject, "How Not to Keep Christ- are McCullough before the camera is being eagerly Street.
Edith Rambo, Ruth Isaacson, Ella
mas," was discussed by Mrs. Van Du- I awaited.OSTEOPATHY.
Johnson, Helen War-
Stagg Dorothy .
sen and Mrs. Sage, several others I
Cornelia : Seven Room House South Orlando.
giving their views and experiences of low and :Minor. ,
spending Christmas. While the discussions Marshmallow RoastA

,, were going on the ladies number of the young people en-
Two New Five Room Houses, South West Orlando.
DR. J. C .HOWELL
were busy with their needles making joyed a marshmallow roast last even-
candy bags for the children of the ing. They left the city early in the Hours, 10-12.3.5, and by appointmentNo
Unitarian Sunday school, who will evening and built their fire near 'extra charge tor noose treatment
have a Christmas tree party from Gotha. There the time was spent in Except Night Calls.Telephone ;. -
four to six at th chapel this after- roasting the ,marshmallows telling connections
noon. Coffee and cake were served stories and having a good time gen- Office cor. Orange and Central Ayes.iliiMMiHIIMillllMMMMMMIMI I M- IlilHailllMIIIIIHIIMIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIieiilMSPECIALS ill 11111 11111 11111.
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Will take in your Searchlight tank and give \ $450.00. i iJ

PREST-O-LITE 4 Passenger in perfect condition with -;
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vance in price. shock absorber, extra tire set, $450.00.

4 Passenger in good condition $300.00

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FOR RENT 12 room boarding house -.ITIber9 a11dORLANDO Shill
almost new; 9 good bed rooms, elec- La1:1 Les
SENTINEL tric lights and bath; $35 per month.F. .
L. Anderson, office 112 W. Church
street. Phone 459. 12-6-tf
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: WANTS I FOR RENT-Large, attractive room.
1 I 11-8-tfc Inquire No. 8 West Washington St.


FOR RENT-Small flat, modtrn: conveniences -
The Morning Sentinel Want unfurnished. Jas. A.
Directory is the Greatest Want Knox. 11-3-tf
Ad Medium in Orlando. I

ROOMS FOR RENT .
Terms Cash in Advance.

RATES NICE, LARGE FURNISHED ROOM

For One Day ______________23t; to adults only. 409 Delaney street. Cement Plaster and Perfection Lime
For Three Days ____________50c 10-25-tf Royal Agatile
For Six Days _______________75c; --- --- -- -------
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This rate applies on all ads of 1 r
and we know the propertywill 25 words or less. If the ad con-
tains more than 25: words the rate MONEY IS ANY OBJECT to
bear out the name. will be one cent per word for you, come to II. Kanner's New York HOUSEHOLD ECONOMYOn
each additional word, for each in- Bargain Store. We will sell new
A BEAUTIFULLY FURNISHEDOrlando sertion.If goods for the holidays at sacrifive

you can't bring your ad to prices. 12-5-23t the ledgers of the Orlando Bank & Trust Company are the records ol
home, modern in the office telephone No. 24. Ac-
every detail. Large lot, or- counts opened by telephone will be LOST AND FOUND many dollars saved by women of Orlando: and the vicinity who have learned how

range, grapefruit, guava, payable the following day. much more economical it is to manage the household finances on the "pay-by- ,

lemon and banana trees in Every Home-Every Business- LOST-White violet pin, set with check"plan..
full bearing. Handsome cam- Every Man has use for a pearls. Reward if returned to

phor and Magnolia trees. Sentinel Want Ad. Hammond. & Bunch's store. 12-2-tf Economy in household management is daily beeoming a more pressing
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necessity. Follow the example: of those householders who have found the prac-
WANTED
ROSES IN PROFUSIONIf
FOR SALE tical solution of the problem of how to make the family income go farthest.An .
POSITION WANTED-By chef; all
you are looking for some- FOR SALE-Good] violin and Edison round cook; Northern references; appreciation of further interest on your part will be appreciated.

thing extra choice let us show phonograph. Apply to 723 Center 25 years experience. Apply 12 Bryant \Ve pay 4 percent on savings account on Time Certificates Deposit.
you this proposition. Readyfor street, Orlando, Fla. 12236t'FOR street. 12233t'POSITIONA

occupancy. 7 minutes SALE-At a bargain now, six good home for white
ORLANDO BANK & TRUST CO.
walk to business center. We room house and bath. No. 10 West I girl that wants to do general house-
call it one of the show placesof Robinson avenue, close in near Or- work. Apply 601 E. Central, or tele-
Orlando and believe you anee. Ready to occupy. R. Bruce phone 591. 12-23-6tc
Perry. 12206t'FOR -- --- Orlando FloridaflllllliiilMMiiMMMIIIMMIIIMIIIIMiMMUMIHIIMIMM
will with when
agree us you WANTED quiet place of abode- ,
see it. Moderate in price. SALE-Six room house bath room and board-middle aged man; .J
and hall; house just completed and nothing high priced; Southern cook-
ORLANDO BUILDING & LAND CO ready to move into; large lot; withinten ing preferred. Address B. S., care
minutes walk of postoffice. Price Sentinel. 12-23-6t* .' MillllMiI "
Address "New House,"
$1,675. care
II North Orange Avenue i
Sentinel. 12-20-6t ; NOTICE-I have accepted agency for
PHONE 608 I Wilson & Toomer's fertilizers in
OPPOSITE SAN JUAN HOTEL FOR SALE-COW AND HORSEA Orange county and will appreciatethe
sudden and severe attack of of their old SUBTROPICAL EXPOSITION
patronage customers I
FRED B. DALEC.
rheumatism makes it thatI
necessary
and hope to make new friends for this
H. BRYANT
sell at once choice milk and but-
my firm. Their Ideal brands are too well
DAVIS. GILES. CounselF. ter cow, due to freshen now. Also known for any comment at my hands.
A. PEPPERCORN Ccrtraelcr our family horse, young and gentle My experience as a grower of both MID-WINTER
I with or without harness and buggy. fruit and vegetables warrants we in
Also house with two lots, and some saying, as their agent, I can be of
vacant lots. If you want a bargain, real service to those who have grove
call at once at 201 Concord avenue,
-- trouble. I am prepared to give to
west. Wm. L. Coryell. 12-20-6tc my patrons not only my own experience OIE ICL .A. T DO. FL..A.
but that of the firm, which cov- .
HORSE AND BUGGY FOR SALE ers every detail of the citrus and veg-
.Pin Street.JEWELER t. cheap, at :208 East Robinson ave- citrus industry. II. C. McDaniel.
nue. 12-19-6t Phone 708.EIGHTEEN. FEB. 9-13 1915EDUCATIONAL

FOR SALE-Ten acres fine orange AND A HALF ACRESof
land; about 3 acres cleared; 3-4 ofa land on Lake Gatlin; sixteen in
mile south of Gill's store and 1-2 five year old oranges and grapefruit;
mile east of Lake Conway on terminal overlooks four lakes; in perfect con-
EXPERT WATCH MAKER of proposed brick road. Ad- dition. Price $12.000. Nothing bet-
dress Anna H. Piatt, R. R. No.': 1, Box ter in Florida, unless it is the prop-

43, Orlando. 11-24-lm. erty below described. Embracing-Agriculture, Horticulture, Floriculture, Domestic

Expert Watch, Clock and Jew- FOR SALE-Fine paper shell pecan TWENTY ACRES, in good neighborhood Arts and Crafts, with exhibits of Stock, Hogs and Poultry,
elery Repairing a specialty. I nuts, grown by Fogg & Osteen on ; fine land; 10 acres in bear-
carry a fine assortment of solid their Oak Knoll fruit and pecan ing trees; good lake protection; good and the products of South Florida. Racing, Polo Sports
groves at Altamonte Springs, Fla. crop on trees Price $10,000, with
gold and gold filled Jew elery, Fogg & Osteen. 12-18-8t* fruit; or owner will keep fruit, deducting AreoplansLectures and Entertainments all kinds r

Sterling and Community Silver. $2,000 for same. Offered only
FOR SALE-One seven passenger.six for reasons beyond owners control.
Prices very reasonable. cylinder automobile, 1 year old See II. C. McDaniel for particulars. .
first class condition. Don't answer Phone 708.LAKE.
unless interested. Address Bargain, ; ; -For Information or premium list, address

CHAS. VATER care of Sentinel. 11-U-tf \VM. R. O'NEAL, Sec'y H. H. DICKSON, Pres.

FOR SALE-Cabbage Plants,Charleston -
Wakefield, $1.00 per thousand. SITE
JEWELERPINE Frank Phillips, Pine Castle. 4 . MiiiM .. . . . I ..
10-28-tf
ST. Opposite Postoffice
FOR SALE-Forty acres of fine r-
hammock land; eight in grove; the I.
present crop of oranges will be from Four miles from Orlando, one ;;

750 to 1,000 boxes; 500 trees all told, mile from Post Office, Schools $}

I BUS nfSSDireciorll one ready and for quarter setting miles-10 acres from in lake, and Churches and Packing 3lN/iy8ffro71 u; ) .

Fort ---- Price, 55,000. Address W. ApoPka.1 House. On good road just one
178, Fla.
Orlando mile from Orlando Sandford
I t BUSY MEN.\ -
road.
FOR SALE-Fine cypress fence posts.
:- Who is your painter and decorator? Inquire of Frank Phillips, Pine Cas- Surrounded by fine Groves; Virginia
If you are satisfied keep the one you tle. 9-18-tf Pine Timber. Excellent SPECIALSpecial
:- have; if not phone W. T. Entrican.
Ne. 636. 1-20-U FOR RENT Citrus Land with water protection -

and beautiful lakefrontage
\ BUYERS AND SELLERS FOR RENT-New unfurnished four
Xmas Sale Brass Beds at KINCAID
I room cottage on pretty lake in
I I buy, sell rent, and exchange real east Orlando. Write S. Kendrick Sixty Acres at -
estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla., Guernsey, city. 12-19-l\vkc & SNOWDEN
over 30 years. Have handled over
$20,000,000.: Call and see me. FOR RENT-3 room apartment nice- $20 Per Acre
10-6-3m F. A. LEWTEK. ly furnished, with all conveniences
I for light housekeeping, including port-
WE HAVE NOW READY FOR DELIVERY able lamps and kitchen' cabinet; by $20.00 BED SALE PRICE $9.98
Irish Potatoes, warranted month or season. 301 East Living-
free from scab or other diseases. ston. 12-19-6t* Think of it and see
Drop me a card or phone 708 and let
us talk over your requirements. I FOR RENT Beautiful dwelling with
will make it to our mutual advan- garage; elegantly furnished; on ORLANDO REAL ESTATE CO. Finished in either polished brass or satine finish.
tage. II. C. McDaniel.Christmas Lake Lucerne. Jas. A. Knox. ,
8-27-tf
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and New ; Watkins Block PHONE SC4 We with all cash sales.
SEVEN ROOM, new stucco cottage, give coupons
one block from Eola park; com-
Year mands fine view of city. Price $5,500. I
Holiday H. C. McDaniel phone 708.

Eat all you wan:.
FOR RENT-6 room house with all Eat what want. -I
Excursion FaresVia you
Cheap modern improvements; furnished; Take a postscript and forget
$150 season 3 months. One cottage, For sale by all druggists. :
the for light housekeeping $30 a month. l-7-d&w.lyr Kincaid & Snowden
Room and board for couple of tour- I
ists, $12 per week. Inquire Cooper
Atlantic Coast Line & Atha. 12-13-1m
SANDBOTwo
FOR RENT Rooms, with or without ,+ Low Priced Furniture House.
Standard Railroad of the South board; also rooms for light house-
keeping several from 1 !
; apartments Compression Starter
to 4 rooms each at very reasonable Cor Main and Pine Sts. Orlando, FloridaGOflDON'S
Tickets wil be on sale by the At- prices. Inquire of F. L. Anderson,
lantic Coast Line to all points 112 12-6-tf West Church street. Phone 459. MADE ESPECIALLY Y FOR FORDS : i iI

South of the Ohio and Potomac and ,
East of the Mississipip Rivers, including -
I Will
FOR RENT Start Any That ,
house
Washington, Cincinnati Evansville even room ; wa- II
and Cairo for all trains- ter, gas, electric lights, bath, etc.; I I Can be Cranked) Dr. F. F. ThompsonDENTIST
barn stable, chicken house lot 100 '
December 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, ; by ;CARRIAGE
25, and 31, and January 6th and 1, limited re- 200 avenue.feet. Apply at 735 North': 10-31-tf Orange I One sharp pull from the'i I II i I :' I
turning January ; to many
points in the Northwest and South- seat turns the engine over ,, -AND-
west on December 19th to 24th, inclusive FOR RENT-Suite of two rooms for two compressions. ',I 113: S. Orange Ave., over Curtis &
and 29th to 31st, limited returning light housekeeping; price reasona- O'Neal's Store
18. Also ble.! Apply at 502 Osceola street. 1 DR. L H. RAMSDELi.
West and January Havana, Dec. 17,to 20,Key 24 12-17-1wkc That 'QUEER SHAPED ,WHEEL"!BAGGAGE TRANSfER I II I I OPTOMETRIST i Hours 8.30 a.m. to 5.30 p.m.

and 27, with limit January 3, 1915. I'I Wednesday and
Does Saturdays till 8
FOR RENT-To desirable ::11. j} p.m116tf
For further particulars, schedules well furnished suite, bed room people and I ;l. T.\HARREll, Prop. (Successor to Dr. C. F. LiHu'' I
reservations, etc., apply to Ticket .
Agents, Atlantic Coast Line or ad- sitting Also single room with private lavatory. !! See the Sandbo i Piano and Furniture ORLANDO. FLORIDAWE ------ ---
dressJ. rooms and a garage FIT GLASSES. GRIND LENSES I Eat what you want.
Splendid location. No. 9 E. Washington 2at all
G. KIRKLAND, D. P. A., St. 11-29-lmc ; I I Moving a Specialty AND DO ALL KINDS OF i Take a you postscript want. and forget it.

Tampa, Florida. j Get the news in The Sentinel first.>I FORD GARAGE 8 E. Church SI. PHONE 487!!I! OPTICAL REPAIRING I I For sale by all druggists.l-7-d&w.lyr


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S I bens of parliament, professional men, I Both: contingents will give excellent in England to be educated. That a I W. C. T. U. Notes pect to publish a full list of names
GO t shearers from the sheep stations accounts of themselves ere a great I play can be free from moral problemsand when all are in.

I which have made Australia famous, many months. discussions, or social vice, and The Christmas dinner for lonelymen Mayor Sperry shows his attitudeby
'horse breakers, clerks and what not. I still be one of the sensational hits of and boys promises to be well at- a contribution.All .

i The athletes include football players I "PEG 0' MY HEART" our local stage, has already been tended. Most of the tickets have of this shows the spirit of good
TOVAR swimmers and cyclists, in partic- i i proven by the wonderful been
I patronage given out, and every one will be will that prevails this Christmas time.
ular. The fame which Australians I "Peg o' My Heart," which comes to ,;accorded J. Hartley Manners' comedy welcome who needs a good warm din- Remember the place, old postoffice
and New Zealanders won in the Boer the Opera House Wednesday next, : here last season. Oliver Morosco ner and handshake. Any one is at building. Time for baskets, Thurs-

FORCES FROM AUSTRALIA was as cunning and desperate fighters I is made relishable because it differs 'wishes to assure Orlando theatre- liberty to send men and boys to this day afternoon, 2 o'clock. Dinner for
AND NEW ZEALAND GO who instinctively know the valueof from the usual dialogue and situations ':goers he is sending to this city complete dinner at the old postoffice building. hungry or lonely men and boys,
cover and can kill on foot or [ of the i! in detail the beautiful Dinner will be
'... TO WAR ZONES average plays that have every same served from three to Christmas day, from three to five.
.. mounted with equal facility is likelyto i! come our way. This play, dealing production and cast, headed by five.We
be enhanced if the two forces are I with youth, simplicity and love, is : Miss Rea Martin in the title named appreciate very much the liberality Governor Van Sant, of Minenapolis,

EXPEDITIONARY FORCE OF 'i31nOO O given a chance in Belgium, France or 4 I I filled with gusts of laughter. The !j part that gave local patrons such of our people. Every day Minn., is going to have a residence
Germany. action of the takes I i great enjoyment on its last contributions in
I i piece place in iI j engage- I are sent without so built for him at Valrico.
Among the troops are cadets from {' England, and has to do with the ad- ment. licitation.Mr. .
Ranks Filled \Vith Athletes and the Commonwealth Military Collegeat I'I ventures of a little Irish girl who has J. H. Tucker gave us five dol- The lowest bid> Pinellas received on

Rough Riders-Every Duntroon, which is modelled after I been raised by her father, an Irish j I A semi-weekly steamship service is lars in meats. Mr. William Dade its new court house proposition was
Stratum of Life Is West Point, and also the French aviator Socialist sent donation
living in New York, who I i now on between Jacksonville and a this morning. We ex $146,000.
Represented Guillaux, who had been giving exhibition sends her to her aristocratic relatives |t I Miami. _
flights in Australia, but is u .
Melbourne, Nov. 21.-By mail to now on his way to join the military

New York.-Australia's expeditionary aerial service of his country. I The J.\.4arket:
force has lately sailed to play its Just when the forces left Australian :

part in opposing the enemies of Great shores is not public stated. A ORERA VVED. OF CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY
Britain in Europe. With it also went censorship as well as to the trans- : I 30 I
New Zealand's expeditionary force. ports and the convoy still prevails;, HOUSE DEO'R OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
The Australians number 25,000 and but when the flagship of the fleet and FRESH AND SALT MEATS

the New Zealanders 6,000. They will other troop ships left here there were RETURN OF THE SUPREME DELIGHT Kept under the best sanitary conditions.

! probably be followed by additional scenes of great enthusiasm and a big : Everything sereened away from the files, and kept fresh

contingents.The crowd bade the packed steamers fare- ,. OLIVER MOROSCO and pure.
Australians are under command .
We invite
well.A offers inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
of Major General Godley. month there '!
or two ago were pa- everything in the Meat
Line.
Horse, foot and guns are in the forces rades of the Australian forces which 'I .A Brilliant Production of

and it is quite a source of pride to at that time divided among the several H. jVI. Self &s Co.
the commonwealth and the Dominion ;
states at concentration camps
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that the troops are virtually as well I and there were accompanying demonstrations t PINE STREET

equipped in every detail as they would I of patriotism in Melbourne, .!

have been had they been a part of Sidney, Adelaide and Brisbane. ', --- ---- --
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Sir John French's army when it left In New Zealand much the same By J. Hartley Manner ----- ----

England at the outset of the war. scenes were enacted and it is probable -; The Greatest Comedy of Youth In the English Language
As to the personnel and morale of that no finer body of mennoteven THE CHASE
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the antipodeans it could not be better.In at the height of the African war With The Same Distinguished Cast-and CO

the ranks are athletes by the score, -was ever gathered for military ends I REA MARTIN as "PEG" PACKING HOUSE
and "rough riders" from the Australian in any part of the modern British AT ORLANDOIs
back-blocks and New Zealand : Mail orders accepted with proper remittance
Empire, as is now on its way from
modern
farmers-a hardy lot who are used to that Dominion to the battlefields on Seats on sale Tuesday, 9 a. m. at Butts date machinery, fully and equipped with the best up-to-
gives the citrus
rough work and outdoor life. Every the Continent. Nor is this in any PRICES: 50c, 75c $1.OO $1.50 PROPER PACKING grower the
stratum of life is represented-mem- way disparaging the Australian force. I
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which, however, would not accomplish the end desired

by the grower, if he did not also have available the services :-


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which, with selling forces thoroughly organized
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GIVES THE GROWER

HIGHEST AVERAGE NET RESULTS



GET IT ATALLEN'SGift A Lover's. .. GET IT ATALLEN'S GROWERS'CORRESPONDENCE MARKETING SOLICITED AGENTS

\j i. CHASE & COMPANYMain

;r \ Office, Jacksonville Florida

j l Y2t I 9-30-d&w A. R. BOGUE, Agent, Orlando, Fla.Hammond .

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'. wouldn't'be here were it otherwise We
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LaVILLERES a9 ao'f 1)) ':\ V AxviiiES of this business, and that means much to any buyer.stones
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CHAINS .. 0 TOILET SETS MCNEIL & DAVIS BLOCK,

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39.- 15.00 55.. .. '.' 135.00 LOWER; PRICES ON FORD CARS
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41...eo.... 25.00 57.........loO.CO; Effective from August 1, 1914 to August
Ocr Diamonds are fine White Stones 1,1915 and guaranteed against any reduce
carefully selected. Yeu a-: doub/! tion during that time:
protected when buying: of tss-by our
Gifts bought now laid awayuntil experience and our responsibility. EVENINGS Touring Car $555.00Runabout

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II I I Ford' car between Ja..a" 1. 114 and August 1. 1l1a.
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THE FIGHT AGAINST TUBERCU- officers of the state this method of STATE ER S

LOSIS (,treatment does not, efficiently, pro- BIG EDUCATIONAL L FUND I THE OSCEOLASTEAM
tect the entire commonwealth, nor fa- Wausaw is promised a brick plant.
Measured by the present day vor the betterment of the patient, -o-
knowledge of medical science, the : even if it does not retard it. General Education Board Will Clearwater is going to construct a I HEAT THROUGHOUT i
sanitarium for the universal treat I The state of Ohio has erected a Issue on Jan. 1 the First public dock.Cleanvater. liaDnoila
ment of pulmonary consumptives is in :| great hospital for the institutional ComprehenshReport I -0-- and Robinson Ave, J. W. HURLEY, Manager i

a great measure a monument to folly. treatment of the disease at a cost of of 12 Years' Work is now after an automobile .. I
In this connection, the term "sani- three-quarters of a million dollars Its fire engine..
tarium" is taken to designate the capacity is 140 patients, and thereare New York Dec. 22.-The General -- i
substantial structure of brick, stoneor thirty thousand tuberculars in Education Board, founded by John D. St. Augustine is going to have an 1 I Am Leaving FloridaAnd I

wood, as contrasted with what is the state. At the same relative cost Rockefeller, to promote education election on bonds for sewers. \ :
Price two
known as the open air treatment, in per patient almost two hundred millions within the United States, "without --0- my Properties Winter ParkA .

which the patient is protected from would be needed to provide for distinction of race, sex or creed," and Polk county is about to build a new
storm and hot sunshine by tent walls : all in Ohio alone. now equipped with funds for that pur- $60,000 jail. good 6-room house, 7 acres of land and a fine Grove of 800
full bearing Orange Grapefruit and Tangerine Trees. Within two
and covering, through which the pure i Social conditions in Florida are pose amounting to nearly $34,000,000, blocks of Public School, close to Depot and Post Office. In addi-
air of nature has always the freest more complicated than in Ohio by will, on January 1st, issue the first Dade City has raised $20,000 to put tion to making a home this property will make a yearly return on
circulation. race relations. These conditions would comprehensive report covering its into municipal waterworks. the investment of from 10 to 25 per cent, according to crop and
There is in Florida a distinct move- require the erection.of separate insti- twelve years' activity.The market conditions, price 8500.00; also
My Residence Property in Winter Park 12-room:: New
Modern
ment to erect sanitarium for the first installment of that report,
a tutions for each race, and they wouldbe
Bartow is to open bids January 3 dwelling with every city convenience. Lake front, 20 acres o':
treatment of this disease, and it is now made public, sets forth the man-
This
further complicated by sex. for building 11-3 miles of sand-oil land highly improved, 1500 Orange and Grapefruit trees, irrigate i
fostered by a strong and influential state is favored more than any other ner in which the funds of the board garden. Property is close in, well located, close to the new
organization. But it does not take for the treatment of tuberculosis by have been used. roads. Country Club House and Golf Links, a property good enough for
The South Florida and Gulf rail- the most exacting. Special price to make immediate
an sale. $10.-
into account the experience of medical the methods approved of and provedby Up to June 30, 1914, the board has has let the contract to completeits 500, and will give possession in 30 days.
authority and it favors a proposition medical science-out of doors, appropriated directly $15,894,355.89.Out way See owner only. Write or phone me for a date and I will send
which has more against it than for where the sufferer may be near his of funds held by the board "to line from Kenansville to Bassenger my car to any place in Orange County to show you these propertie-
I distance of 35 miles.0 .
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it. home interests, where he may be safe- be applied to such specific objects a .
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Open air, pure and uncontaminated, ly isolated in comfort and have asso- within the corporate purpose of the -
is the acknowledged antidote against ciation, under proper and not burden board" as Mr. Rockefeller or Mr.JohnD. The Jacksonville postoffice has employed I BOX 35, WINTER PAHK, FLORIDA
tubercular germs. No drug or stim- some restrictions, with those who are Rockefeller, Jr., might direct, the 150 extra men to aid in han I Orange Countj's College City and one of Florida's Prettiest places. .
ulant known can do its work. In the dearest to him, and in surroundingswhere following gifts have been made: dling the Christmas mail.
i anitarium, the rooms and wards ven- the danger from infection is To the University of Chicago, $13- -
tilated by windows or by the most reduced to the minimum.If 554,343.99;. to the Rockefeller Insti- -
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approved methods for constant Florida is prepared or preparingto tute for Medical Research, $10,267-
change of air, restricts the'freest circulation cope with this disease, either from 022.10; to General Education Board,
of outdoor air. Only in the legislative appropriation or through $1,239,830.38. Total, $25,061,196.47.Thus WHY EXPERIMENT? !
open air itself can the patient gain private funds, why should not the experience the total benefactions already
the fullest benefit. of other sections, the wisdom distributed to ,outside institutions
The sanitarium does not permit the of the world's greatest specialists I through hte medium of the General
proper isolation of the patient, whichis and ordinary common sense be Education, Board have amounted to
A Box of REAL Good Cigars is What Every Man Wants.
a prime necessity both for the the guide in the _great work? 1$39,715,720. .

-moral------ effect upon himself_n.n., -and..- nn-.. account We Have Packed in Attractive Christmas
of the danger of infection to
nurses, attendants and visitors. The I Report of County Finances Boxes Our Famous Brands.
disease germs find lodgment in the
walls and furnishings, which only the
most frequent and thorough fumiga- I I (Continued From Page Three.) "
tion Tuition paid for by County Lin Pupils ,.,..".......,......"... 55.20j 3CERt'r' CJEO E"
can destroy.The I Books. Furniture, etc., not distributed .,.....,................., 5.60
initial cost of the sanitariumand
its maintenance waste of Total Disbursements ...........,,.,.......,,........................ 24.507.22 AND
are a
money, when compared with the re- i Deficit June 30. 1914 ............................'.................... 895.83 "'," ,......; ,-."" > -
i Warrants Outstanding June 30. 19H ..,...,..........,.....,......... 2.893.05
sults obtainable from an expenditureof :t'rE::7
the same money in the open air !i Treasurers Balance June 30. 1914 .................................. 1.997.22 SO-c.TTE3: :

treatment. If further argument were .'
i! ASSETS AND LIABILITIES. ORANGE COUNTY JUNE 30. 1914!
necessary to establish the relative !' ASSETS

metrits of the two methods of treat- Cash on Hand ... ....................................................... 89637.62 No Experiment When You Buy These Brands; Which are _
Uncollected Taxes ..................................................... 1.788.21
ment, it is sufficient to consider the
decisions of the most eminent medical j Total ........................................... --91.425.83I On Sale at Your Dealers at The Regular Retail
authorities in the North where cli-
I LIABILITIES
matic conditions for the employment Warrants Outstanding .................................................... J 3761.71 Prices-No Advance For the Christmas
i: Special Tax School District Bonds ......................................... 54000.00
of the open air treatment do not com-
pare with those of Florida. I Total ..............:........................... 57.761.71 Packages. Ask the Man Who Smokes.


Massachusetts the expenditure Court House ..............VALUE.........OF....COUNTY..........PROPERTY....................... J100.000 CURRY & SMITH CIGAR
:. of a large legislative appropriation I Jail ...................................................................... 15.000.00 COMPANYManufacturers
School Houses............... 75.000.00 ;
for the erection of sanitarium for ''''''''''''' '''' '' '' '' '
a Poor House ................ : :: : : : :: :::::::::: : 10.000.00 of "THE SMOKE OF SATISFACTION"MMMMMMMMMMiMMIIMMMMMM
tubercular patients, has been stopped Road Camp. Clay Pits, etc.. ::::::::::::: :::: :: :: : :: : : _8.000.00Total '

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And then Merry IDAYMORE XmasOur stock is badly broken from the rush of early buyers, but



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



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







Special This Week, Full Size Irish MaiL--OnlyHorses 1 $4.39




Hobby __________$1.50 to $10.00 Campbell Kids _____________25c to $1.00 Toy Tea Sets -----------___25c.; to $3.23; Toy Pianos ----____________25c. to $6.00

Velocipedes ______________$3.00 to $6.00 Negro Dolls ,______________60c. to $2.25 Toy Table and Chair -----_________$1.25; Dump Carts ----__________25c. and 50c.

x Doll 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 ----------_______lOc. to $2.00 Tops and all Kinds of Toys, priced

Uudressed Baby Dolls ______lOc. to $7.00 Dressed Dolls ___________lOc. to $15.00 Childs Kitchen Cabinet _____50c. to $2.00 from _______________ lOc. to $10.00SCHOENHUT



T ALL WOOD DOLLS AND TOYS ARt 8fST T,, ASK fOR THEM





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

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

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

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

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J 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.

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

way to sell this beautiful stock of all new, up to date Ready to Wear and every suitland skirtin
A 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' rice.<<
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AT $ 5.00 $2.50 COATS AT $ 1.25
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6.25 $3.00 COATS AT $ 1.50 ,
$12.50 COAT SUIT AT ------ ------------

J $ 7.50 $1.00 COATS AT $ 2.00 -
$15.00 COAT SUITS AT ------ ------------
SODA FOUNTAIN
$ 9.00 $;:.00 COATS AT $ 2.50
$18.00 COAT SUITS AT ------------
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\ (I__ iZ1 $20.00 COAT SUITS AT------$10.00 $10.00 COATS AT -----------$ 5.00 $
and LUNCHEONETTE
$25. O 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 ;1

$10.00 COAT SUITS AT $20.00 $25.00 COATS AT $12.50 'k\ \
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\ $:>0.00 COAT SUITS AT ------$25.00 Picture show discontinued $30.00 COATS AT -----------$15.00 tJ19i

$60.00 COAT SUITS AT ______$30.00 at nights until further notice. $3:>.00 COATS AT -----------$17.50


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;. Wool Dress Goods, Clean Sweep Sale Wool Dress GoodsClean Sweep Sale '

,i : CHIFFON BROAD CLOTH, 54 in. wide LadiesJ! :'!Skirts LAMBS WOOL CLOAKING, 54 inches .
c and $2.00 quality $ 1.10 wide, 2.25 '
$1.75 ------------- $3.00 quality at $
GABARDINE,48 in.wide in green, blue, A r _
navy and black, $1.50 quality ________$ J.QQ BEAVER CLOAKING, :,<3 inches wide,
i CREAM SERGE, 54 in. wide, $1.50 qualiHALF PRICE $2.00 Quality -$ 1.39 -,
at 98C
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WOOL CREPE AND SAN TOY GABAr. \
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CREAM SERGE, 56 in. wide, $1.25: quality "
at 89 00 Skirts at $ 2.50 DINE, $1.00 and$1.25 quality -------,85e
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CREAM SERGE,__38____inches_______wide_____,_ 75c.__. $ 6.00 Skirts at $ 3.00 CAMELS HAIR PLAIDS, 54 inches wide,
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quality at u 48c. $2.00 quality _______________________$ 1.39
WOOL TAFETA, 42 inches wide S.> cent__ $ 7.50 Skirts at $ 3.75
"i quality IMPORTED WOOL CHALLIES,
-------------------- ------ 6ge beautiful
/, $ 8.00 Skirts at $ 4.00
; WOOL CREPES, 36 inche3 wide. 75 cent line of designs to choose from, 50c. and
quality ----------- --------------- 48c 60c. qualities at .
T $ 9.00 Skirts at $ 4.50 39cI

EXTRA SPECIAL $ 10.00 Skirts at $ 5.00 .
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t \\t; Tweedmouth Plaids, beau$12.00 Skirts_at.--!....$_6.00 One lot wool dress' goods
.. tiful colorings, 30c quality I $115.00 'Skirts at ,$ 7.50. worth $1.00 and $1.25 at I
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Mrs. Miller and children, Mr. and
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Mrs. W. J. Hill, Mr. Billy Hill, Mr. I
and Mrs. R. A. Newman and little
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L daughter, Olive, all of Sanford, will i i
spend Christmas in Orlando, the I I

guests of Mrs. Bumby. |i

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Christmas turkey dinner at the : -..)
Orland 50 cents. 24-2tc


I Mr. William Niles, of Bedford ,

I Springs, Ohio, will come home today :
I I'to visit relatives on South Main i .t) ."' '!.ij"JI-J (_J.l.l( '" S

I street. I

,1 I II i4i :\ way to spend money yet !keep it! '
tali tli UUti '
I Mr. W. L. Gordon will leave this
'morning over the Seaboard Air Line COLD 1 '
PIECES: ,
R'for a visit of ten days to his old .;-
Is the wish of home in Ashtabula, Ohio. i I $2.50 to $20 in an attractive : .

plush lined>ox.
Fifty cents for Christmas turkey .
II.II I Ii CURRENCY
dinner at the Orland. 23-2tc i :
THE STATE BANKof
I II I It with
i iI : engraved picture on same .
I Mr. W. M. Coble left yesterday afternoon neatly framed, 4or Santa Claus
over the Atlantic Coast Line
handing it to the '
to spend the holidays with the home one opening the :.. :
folks at Waynesville, N. C. j U II I II Fohler.ti .

ORLANDOTo I' ti II II II CHECKS:
Mr. C. H. Hoeffler, of Longwood,
was among those who had business In Xmas colors, in an any denomination ._

its many customers matters to look after in Orlando ).es-I i: in Orlando, Jacksonville,

terday.Mr. -u ii ii ii or N. '(. Exchange. An excellent 'x, .

and friends :: Leigh Newell, a law student at way to open an account for any ,;' ; ,

the University of Virginia, will arrive :, friend or member of the family. ': :

home tomorrow to spend the holidayswith .
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his mother, Mrs. Geo. R. Newell, I
on Lake Cherokee. I i-i I IJI[ II : in dolly covered box, with Look- ," .
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Mr.- e- I ;..... let on Savings. :C".,:< _., .':;
LOCAL AND PERSONALLadies' Chas. Baker, of Zellwood's The Orland's Christmas turkey din- :

popular young citizens, was among ner at 50 cents. 24-2tc ', : "1t is a pleasure to serve you." ,-. ,
the visitors in Orlando yesterday -
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Waists, in special holiday business with : ; -
combining pleasure. Dr. W. E. Person, a"ery popular i
Boardman's. 12-22-3tc
boxes at
and successful surgeon in Atlanta, 'I

Mr. P. Wallon, of Winter Park, was Electric Christmas tree lights at Ga., is coming home today to spend
an Orlando shopper yesterday. Curry's.Mr. the holidays with his parents, Dr. and ,

F. W. Sherer, of Parish, La., Mrs. W. C. Person. :! :iii D if; D
Electric radiators at Curry's.Mr. : i
in Orlando and ;
arrived yesterday expects Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Dupont, of Hil- '

S. D. Fallon will leave this to spend some time with rela- lery, Ga., are expected in the city today '

morning by auto to visit relatives and tives. to spend the holidays. They will ,: ,-, .
friends in Wauchula. be the guests of friends on South : ..:::i"I; : :
I Mr. J. L. Doer and wife, of Joplin, street.
Beautiful line of Ladies' Handker- Missouri, arrived over the Atlantic -- -
chiefs at Boardman's. ? 1223tcMr. Coast Line from Jacksonville and will Mr. Jay Nye, who has been at Tij- .

I spend the next ten days in this sec tusville, on the East Coast, since October -
and Mrs. J. W. Jones, of Zell- I
tion. They are thinking about pur- : returned home yesterday to
wood, were doing their Christmas chasing a lot in the northern part of spend the holidays with relatives and ::. /d
shopping in Orlando yesterday. e44 ? CANDIES *%
I the thereon.city and will erect a bungalow I friends. d

Anything electrical at Curry's.Mr. .
Mr. Clarence Johnson, wino num-

H. F. Calloway, of Macon, Ga., :bers his friends by his acquaintances,
was in Orlando yesterday looking after is going to put in his time today whil- PAGE & SHAW CANDIES
line. ing it away on the banks of Kissim-
affairs in the insurance
I F FOR SALE I mee's famous lake, Tohopekaliga. A

Boardman's.25 per cent. off Boys' Suits 1223tcMr. at I I I-I XI118S Candies i z .

dren are home from Spring Hill to :
J. S. Mills, of Savannah, Ga., is spend the holidays with their parents, i' A

expected here today to visit relativesand Mr. and Mrs John M. Ivey, in the ARE HERENo
remain until the New Year. 2300 acres of unimproved western part of the city.

pine land fine
Electric irons at Curry's.Mr. Mr. 11.V.. Hammill, of Galaltm,
truck and fruit land, big Tenn., was among the arrivals in Or- home is complete Christmas morning withouta

John M. Lee, one of the pro- portion of it has clay lando yesterday, coming in over the boxof: Huylers.McElroy's. ..
gressive citizens of Kissimmee, spent
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and marl sub-soil. Situ- Atlantic Coast Line from Jackson-
yesterday in Orlando combining busi- ville.
ness with pleasure. uate on County road

vithin seven miles of Mr. and Mrs. John M. Blackburn I I
Men's and Ladies' Initial Handkerchiefs
at Boardman's. Orlando. will arrive today from Dayton, Ohio. j
They have visited Orlando upon several -
I 54.40 an acre will..buy occasions, but are thinking of PharmacyAgents
Mrs. O. W. Conner, Miss Dorothy,
and Master O. W. Conner, Jr., of Tangerine this tract and the proposition making this city their home. i'

\ were in Orlando yesterday I is a, "cinch" as:: a
Our Christmas display of beautiful :
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shopping greeting : small investment. This and useful gifts is the most complete !
I I ever carried and we invite you to I
Electric portable lighu: at Curry's.Mr. price is for quick sale. I II come in and look around. You'll find i i -
at Curry's just what you have been I r
I If you want this land looking for.Messrs. -
W. II. Russell, of the prosperous i! call Chas. E. Rmaldi and his MUM . I II II I 0 I I' . .1 I . 1 . I111I111 I 11111. I I II ..
town of Taft, was among the out on
brother, Will, are coming to Orlando '! :
of town visitors in Orlando yester ='
day. k today to spend the Yuletide with their I
f mother, Mrs. A. Rinaldi, on the cor- I '
ner of Lake and Anderson streets. I r
Beautiful line of Table Linen at .
Boardman's, just the thing for Christ- S. G. Dolive & SonREAL Mr. C. O. McLaughlin, one of San- : ; 4RlEYy I .
mas presents. I ford's best known citizens, who always I

I I, talks of Armour's fertilizer, and i
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Aide, of Kalamazoo ESTATENo. is a great booster for Central Florida, 1 I

I :Mich., have arrived in Or- was among Orlando's visitors jester-
lando on their annual visit. They 3 WEST PINE STREET day. I
will be in Orlando off and until
on "
Second Floor "The Country Mouse, written and I
after the subtropical exposition in
produced by Hobart Bosworth, is one
February. of the most charming comedies yet

released on the Paramount program. I
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r It will be seen at the Grand tomor-
HAVE YOU SHIPPED THAT BOX OF FRUIT BACK row. Mr. Bosworth and Miss Adele
, HOME: ? I Farrington play the leads.CHIROPRACTOR. 1..
! Let us do it for you. ..
Miniature Orange box for $1.00 prepaid. ;
10 lb. package for $1.35 prepaid; 20 lb. package for $2.00 '! .
prepaid. DR. S. S. JONES, chiropractor, 1915 HARLEY-DAVIDSON Horsepower 3-Speed Sliding Gear Transmission Automatic ; ;
graduate Davenport College, 17 and i
t 18 Yowell-Duckworth building; phone ,{ Mechanical Oil Pump. Step-Starter and 66 Refinements $275.00.

: Wright Seed Company 209. Intelligent people everywhere J!
t r are being restored to health by chiropractic I 129
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tI I adjustments, the new science : W.1 WHITNEY WRIGHT <&35:1.rueIIMIIIMMIMIMIItlllllMIIHOIIMIIIMIIM: :
Phone 179 ,
206 So. Orange Ave. I of removing the cause of disease. Ex-I
amination free. 12-24-lmo ; .

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