The morning sentinel
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Title: The morning sentinel
Uniform Title: Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 6 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando Fla
Creation Date: December 25, 1914
Publication Date: 1913-1918
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075052
oclc - 34297093
notis - AKR3407
lccn - sn 96027193
System ID: UF00079945:00219
 Related Items
Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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Morning Sentinel extends to its subscribers adver-

tisers and patrons the wish for a bountiful day of Christmas t

cheer peace, happiness and contentment. The best of the '
holiday season is the desire of the publishers for the busi-
I ness and professional men of Orlando who have given to
FIGHTING TODAY The Sentinel their absolute support co-operation and ser- I SINKS



.. TO STATE DEPT I this beautiful city of Florida. The city and county has pros- ATTACK

Teutons Shell With Great Vio- pered under the guiding influence of a united body of earn- Resulted in Retreat of Germans:

SPANISH GOn ALSO PROTESTS lence the Allies' Trenches est citizens striving to advance and promote the welfare of From Marne to AisneOneof FRENCH FLEET WAS ATTACKED

Orlando and Orange county. During the year now fading War's Greatest
I -Arras Enveloped by
has been made in department of municipal
progress every On December 21 Austrian Sub-
Mission Mexico
Gen. Scott's to Heavy Fog ExploitsParis
business and social life. That Orange county and its fair Battle-
marine Torpedoed

May Be Successuful-Car- I Paris, Dec. 24.The roar of can- capital is deserving and entitled to the merriest of all Merry Dec. 24.-It is not generally ships in Otranto

ranza Is InspectingHis non, the rattle of machine guns and Christmases is acknowledged as a matter of course. known that the battle of the Marnewas ,'

Army the sharp spat of rifle bails, with the In wishing its friends the most gracious and kindly won by automobiles. General Channel
Gallieni had 400 taxicabs and other
I, Washington, -Dec. 24.-Strong pro- rumbling of exploding shells, the de- greetings of the Yuletide, The Sentinel expresses its desireto light motor cars at his disposal. It Vienna, via Amsterdam, Dec. 24. 1

tests to the state department today tonating blast of mines and the shriekof aid in any manner possible to the future developmentand will be remembered that Von Kluck, The following official statement was ;

, by the Spanish ambassador, Don Juan deadly shrapnel echoed from the advancement of Orange county and its charming pea with the right of the German army, given out today:

Riano, against the confiscation by the battlefield as Christmas eve ap- ple. In expressing the customary "Merry Christmas" greet- got as far as Champiley. Genera "The French submarine 'Curie has

Zapatistas of Spanish property rightsnear proached, just as they had for months ing the hope is given that a higher and loftier plane of ideal- Gallieni, as military governor of Par-
been fired and the
sunk Austrian
Puebla and by Consul Canadaat past.The ism in all things pertaining to the life of the city and county is,, had a large force, probably half] upon :
Vera Cruz, that the Carranzistasare word has gone along the battle a million men at his disposal and he coast batteries, the submarine
will be attained and that all future days be ":\
that the Germans will observe may IerryChristmas"
confiscating American owned front was responsible for the defense of being unable to deliver an attack. 1

plantations in that vicinity, signalizethe the day by an attack unprecedentedin days. Paris. The crew was imprisoned." y

Christmas eve news today from the present war. Today the Ger- Gen. Gallieni figured that he had
The Austrian submarine U-lv!, on
Mexico.On mans shelled with great violence the more men than he really needed and
these reports and protests the allies' trenches bordering the road MOOSE HAVE XMAS/ TREEL. LOCATE YOURSELF TODAY that 70,000 of his men could be spared December 21, attacked the French !

secretary of state has ordered the from Ypres to Comines and along for work at the front. fleet composed of sixteen ships in the

customary instructions, "investigateand the road from Ypres to Langemarck, I Acting entirely upon his own responsibility Otranto channel. It twice successfully -

report." where the allies succeeded in gaining O. O. M. Have Big Tree in' If You Are Inside Fire District he ordered his men to ] torpedoed the battleships of the j

. I Preliminary reports to Secretary advanced positions. Lodge Hall, 125; Childrenand I Today You Will Be Liableto crowd into the automobiles He mad
Coubert but the result is
type un
Garrison today from Gen. Scott, endeavoring I At the extreme left of the allies'line 50 Adults Being I Arrest if You Fire each taxicab carry nine soldiers. It''

to bring about an armistice northeast of Nieuport, there was PresentThe I Crackers was a curious sight. There were two known. j

, at Naco, indicated to the secretary no such violent fusillade face, al- in each seat two on the hood, one 1,

that Gen. Scott's mission might be htough the fighting was desperate on Loyal Order of Moose showed Before with the driver and oen on each run- LATE SHOPPERS i
both sides. Here the FrancoBelgianforces firing off fire crackers or:
successful. Gen. Scott is to conclude are gradually threading their the right spirit last night by givinga blank cartridges today or using anything ning board.
: his conferences with Hill and Within six hours he A tempestuous rushing, dashing
Mayto- way through the sand dunes toward Christmas tree party and it was of an explosive nature look threw the
I rena as soon as possible and make a I Westende.On so largely attended that their lodge I around and if whole 70,000 against the flank of merry crush of shoppers filled the J(
I see you are or are not
; complete report to the secretary of I the right bank of the Yser, I rooms on Pine street the Germans at Meaux about 35 I business district last night making
south of Dixmude, the Belgian forces were congested I in the fire district. If you are in the
r- Dispatches to the constitutionalist 'I I miles from Paris. Von Kluk evidently I final purchases for forgotten-till-the- 9
war. have assumed the offensive and drove I with people. About 125 children and i I fire district and violate the ordinance -
headquarters today from Car- : forward under a heavy cannonade. ,,50 adults made merry around the you are subject to arrest and had not reckoned with such a last-minute friends and relatives. The
i a
ranza say that he is at Apizaco "in- ; Along the battle front, south from tree and their hearts gladdenedby pen- sortie. He was forced to stop and stores were pammed with people and
were alty. The fire district extends from
Ypres, along the Lys, and southward "
all of the merchants declared that
specting his army. 'I sacks of candy, toys and other Gertrude give battle. The French retiring on
along the Oise, the fighting has been I avenue east on Washington 1
I business excellent.The .
j particularly furious. articles. Today baskets will be distributed street, thence south to Oak street, his front, reformed and gave battle. was
f r. Demands Certain Conditions I In the region northeast of Albert, to worthy people all over the east to Main street south Mail The result was the retreat of the Germans number of packages parcels ,
particularly at Boisselle, the French I on and boxes toted by the jubilant shop- :
from Marne to the Aisne
_ Mexico City Dec. 24.Gutierrez city. The order is to be commendedupon street to Jackson street west to Gertrude -
: today received through the Brazilian slight- I its work and those who assisted I avenue and north to Washingto the sanguinary battle named from pers testified that there was little 1

: 'minister official communication from 'conflicts are being waged without and aided them in the cause are to be I I street, completing the boundaries. the first river. cause for worry in the financial i

r the Washington government, inform- ; definite results. j; congratulated.I II I world. In fact, indications were that i
I Arras was enveloped by a heavy II where the spirit rules the cash is
ing him that the recognition of the : fog which rendered operations im- I Several recitations were given, and I TilE WEATHER AT THE GRAND TODAY .

. new government would be forthcoming possible. Great strength is developing j Baby Lewis danced the cake walk, to I Florida: Partly cloudy Friday; forthcoming. i
I only when assurances were given on the French right where the i 1 the amusement of all. Santa Claus probably local rains in north and cen- "The Country Mouse," to be shownat Orange avenue from one end to the

1 that the former Huerta followers !, important German frontier German and stronghold particularly of Meta the I was represented by Mr. John Raehn. I t tral portions; colder in northwest por- the Grand theatre today, was writ- other and the intersecting streets.

I would receive amnesty and that Cath- i is the allies' objective. ] Mr. O. A. McIntosh dictator, was in tion. Saturday fair and colder, with ten and produced by Hobart Bos- Pine and Church and Central avenue
with late
I olic church properties and representatives : The operations in Argonne about : charge of the celebration. i cold wave in north portion. worth whose feature films have been were thronged shop- 1
would be protected and there i Verdun, the heights of the Meuse in I creating such a sensation. This pro- pers all eager to buy some remem-
: the Woerve district, and the Vosjres I brance for the going-going-almost .

would These be same no confiscation conditions were of property.laid be- I art most all violent related encounters to this campaign.of the past The : DIG BIG DITCH FOR TAFTI iAND mm SPEED duction is the first is of comedy special to interest be released since by it gone-but not forgotten. 1

t fore Carranza last July. Gutierrezhas two days have been that of the Ban- Bosworth, and marks the debut in
desapt district, north of St. Die. I _
not replied to the communicationand moving pictures of the well known DRUG STORES TO CLOSE

it is believed no action will be !I I Will Be of Great Benefitto Police Court Held Two Speeders actress Adele Farrington. Miss Far- j

I taken until after the election of a MARRIED AT ZEllWOODIIrs. Entire County-Work to I Who Were Fined $10.YesterdayFighting rington's brilliant gifts as a comedi- It was announced late last night

I president. next month. Be Started in Near enne are too well known to need com- that the following drug stores would
I Caseon be closed from 12 o'clock until 3
Future ment, and her support, which includesMr.
Sensational Charges Against Silliman ) Griffith Joined Wedlock DocketJ. Bosworth himself, Myrtle Sted- o'clock, and after G o'clock in the

Mexico City, Dec. 24.-Sensational man, Rhea Haines, and Marshall evening, for the remainder of the day.
charges against American Consul Sil I| to Newton J. Smith, ofI I On petition of land owners in the A. Collyer, Jr., arrested by Offi- Stedman, is, as the names alone will The drug stores closing are DeLaney !

liman and Special Agent Canova, rep- I Waco, Texas Will vicinity of Taft, a drainage canal will cer Peel for exceeding the speed limit indicate, one of unusual popularityand & Abernethy, M. J. Merck, V. W.
1 be dug in the near future under the I and Arthur Jones, also arrested
resenting the state department, were Tour FloridaMrs. I strength. Miss Farrington: possesses Estes, and Herbert A. Smith.
Minister of i i supervision of drainage commissioners by Peel for exceeding the speed limit -
Agriculture -
: made today by that rare faculty of showingthe
Palafox in connection with the Martha Alice Griffith, of Zell- I;I as provided by state law. This were fined $10 in police court yes- sympathetic and appealing side ARRIVALS AT OAK LODGEMr.

1. flight of former Governor Eduardo II wood, was united in marriage yesterday drainage will effect lands to within a I terday. Walker Reed and "Red" of a comedy role, which; makes of j

j Iturbide from the capital yesterday. afternoon at the residence of Arthur I few miles of Orlando and will make :I Caulfield, arrested by Officer Broom each character a genuine reation. A and Mrs. Lever, Altoona, Pa.;

) Palafox declared that the Ameri- I P. King, at Zellwood, to NewtonJ. tillable many hundred acres of fertile I for fighting, appeared in police court. Paramount picture. :Mr. and Mrs. Birch, Coldwater Ohio;
Smith of Waco Texas lands which under present conditions j Reed was discharged but Caulfield
that the American envoys enlisted the the marriage Mr. and Mrs. Bailey, son and two
in securing being solemnized by the Rev. Dr. are inundated during a great portionof was fined $3.FOOTBALL.
aid of their government I' TAFT CHIEF EXECUTIVE HERE daughters, Coldwater Ohio; Mr. Gal-
Iturbide a passport to the border. Jno. W. Stagg, pastor of the Presbyterian the year. I linger and sister, Syracuse N. Y.;
Hon. A. M. chief
t According to Palafox, Iturbide dis- church, Orlando. After a tour I The sturdy farmer, with the stubbornness I GAME TODAY Bristol executiveof :Mr. Ingersol, Syracuse N. Y.
the of Taft
tributed a half million pesos between of western Florida Mr. and Mrs. I of a German soldier, is prosperous town was

f Silliman, Canova and others who as- Smith will depart for their home in I pushing back the forests of Florida The Orlando Driving Park will among day. The the visitors Sentinel in acknowledges Orlando )"ester-a' DR. LAWRENCE IS DEAD

sisted him to secure his passport. Waco. each year farther and farther and closely resemble a European battle- .
I I pleasant
I Iturbide is wanted here to answer to i making garden spots of swamp lands. field when the huskies of the Young Mrs. S. Waters Howe received a

I several charges of crimes. Effortsare t. iI I I It takes courage to be a pioneer in Presbyters meet the Town team. Both sssssssssssssss telegram this morning announcing the

being made to apprehend him en t.I.I. SENTINEL: WILL NOT BE i any country, and it ,is always ture, elevens have spent weeks in prepara- S OLD NEW YORK TO death of her brother Dr. W. P. Lawrence -
\ route to the border. PUBLISHED TOMORROW that the men who stick to the job, tion for the final scrimmage of the .
I : : S BE WIDE OPEN of Tampa, who is well known
I overcoming one obstruction after another season and as each has been rein- ss in Orlando.

t TO WASHINGTON: FOR MONTHMr. I'I The Sentinel will not be published are the winners in the end. forced by the boys home from college New '
I York, Dec. 24.-For the .
I'' tomorrow, Saturday. : Grits, greens and grease are fleeing an interesting game is promisedto first time in many years New The latest arrivals in Orlando from I
atdIrs.. J. D. Webb left yesterday Subscribers and others will be before the salvation all who attend.COMMISSIONER.
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army pro- York is to be "wide open" on Sew York to spend the season are r
for Washington, D. C., where I. conferring a favor The Sentinel *
farmers who
upon gressive are taking s
possession New Year's eve. Major Mitchell Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Parsons who arrived -
they will spend the next thirty days. by writing I
or telephoning of the
state so rich in natural BROWN HERE announced today that he would yesterday from Saranac. They
Mr. Webb and his wife did not take I. the society editor Miss Eliza : .
resources. issue two hundred all-night licenses think the climate in this section much
their trip this summer, as has been Wright, personal news concerning I The few pioneers of Taft who have Commissioner and Mrs. E. L. *
to restaurants, safes ands preferable to the one in the Empire
their usual custom, so their visit to Christmas I
gatherings Yuletide stuck to the ship whence all had fled Brown of Fort Christmas were hotels for the night of December State.
: the nation's capital will be a most en- I. social events, dinner, etc., so but the faithful few, entitled
are to
a among the visitors to the county me- S 31. A wild night is to be s
: joyable one, as it is their old home that such mention will
: appear in I great deal of credit for their effort
tropolis :yeserday. They were here expected as a result of this an- January magazines and your daily
t and a family reunion will be the hap- i. the Sunday Sentinel I in redeeming this large area of fer- for the purpose of doing their Christ- 1 nouncement. paper.Ve will try to serve you. ;* '
py culmination of their visit. * * *
. 1 tile lands. mas shopping. 5 s SS * Curtis & O'XeaL

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la STESgSTESaSJESiiaSTESlaSTESiSli|| || | [ STESJIB STESf@STES|:: jrJ] r Newsy From Briefs OaklandOakland Fin I lee Crealli' The arketOF :

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ij A Merry ChristmasA Fla.,. Dec. 23.-Frank AND ICES OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
l Markwood, from Jacksonville, is here FRESH AND SALT MEATS
visiting his relatives this week.W. .
Happy New Year T. Hickman took a business tripto For Xmas DessertTelephone Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
Jacksonville the first of the week. Everything screened away from the flies and kept fresh
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Among those who were at Orlandoon and pure.
i In extending the greetings of the season, jta last Thursday were Mr. and Mrs. We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
: Hatfield, Mr. and Mrs. Teasley: Allie 664New I everything in the Meat Line.
we wish to express our gratitude for the lib Willis, Mr. Briley, Audrey Briley, Mr.
Pierson and Mr. MacDonald. H. ;&I. Self & Co.

LI: eral support accorded us during the past Miss Bessie Michael, from the Wo- I I PBOSENO. 80 PINE STREET
man's College, of Tallahassee, and York Ice Cream
fi) year. We have striven to please, and have rn-
Grey, from Columbia College at Lake
r3 My Specialy
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made your every wish our pleasure. In re-
their holidays. They both look as if WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
turn, you have given us a patronage that has hard study agreed with them. r
Mrs. Arthur Speer was very ill last Brick Creams in Stock
repaid our every effort, and in soliciting a week but is now improving, we are ; Hammond&Gore
glad to report.
continuance of promise for
your support we r The little girls' sewing clas smet I I

the future an, even better service, if possible, with Mrs. Maurice Saturday after- I FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.
noon to make scrapbooks to add to C. H Hoefler
than we have given in the past. their box which they worked for in REAL VALUES LOW PRICES
the summer for the Children's Home I
!!! Society in Jacksonville. They pieced I Residence 205 Liberty. COMPARE
blocks for a quilt which kind friends Corner Mariposa

put together it. They, and are they very were thankful delightedwith for FACTORY AROUND THE CORNER I OUR FURNITUREWe I

E P PHAMYV. Y'UJ' the donations of the friends who PRICES IU1ASOXABLEDr

T BSTBS helped:Miss: fill Verner their, of box.South Carolina, is I'' been accepted provide by the knowing quality furniture of furniture buyers that has as long the

standard of merit. If an article is here it is good.It .
visiting her niece, Mrs. Query, and
wouldn't be here were it otherwise. We can't make
family.Mr. BuckmasterOSTEOPATH this point too clear-it is one of the foundation stones
W. ESTES, Proprietor Siebert, of New York, son-in-
of this business, and that means much to any bujer.McNEQl .
:r1 I law of Mr. C. Peters, came over from I I .
Beulah Tuesday to put a motor boaton

PHONES S cn] the Lake music Apopka.of these boats.We like to hear Graduate of Kirksville & DAVIS BLOCK( ,

-1 bnr -I Mr. II. L. Moorman:: representative 132 S. Orane Avenue Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St., Orlando Fla.
Y 61 and 95 of the Southern Tire and Rubber L J
." \ company, of Augusta, Ga., was in ABOVE PEOPLES E BANK FHONE578 E I .I:. ,;o'-{:
tJ town Tuesday interviewing the
rious stockholders. va-I I

Pinecastle ItemsPine

Castle, Fla., Dec. .-Mr. Jos.
L. Sunday left Friday for Chatta- .
(] hoochee on a visit to his former home Xmas SuggestionsAre :
and to look after his business inter-
ests in that locality.Rev. .
J and Mrs. II. M. Inghan, of
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domiciled at Mrs. D. Sheldon's cot-

;l _PAINT tage.Castle Inghan some They is a eighteen were retired residents years minister ago.of of Pine Rev.the You a S. P. U. G ?

formrosteyergth1njEasy ( gospel.

Mrs. N. Petersen and family left
to use. Friday for Dunedin to join her hus-
-- Jl band, who has been employed there Did you ever think of going to the
Easy to buy. fbr some time. We were sorry to lose
t f these residents who moved here from GAS OFFICE to look for Xmas presents .
Small cans. Chicago several months ago, and it is
f ? is hoped ,they will return here to
t 16 Colors and make their home.
Miss Essie Harris enjoyed a visit
: ALL GOD. with relatives in Kissimmee from Fri-

day until Monday.Mr. Perhaps you never have, but we
and Mrs. J. C. Falford and
: Wears well.
Messrs. Bruce Barman and Alonzo
k Looks well.J Fulford, of Lockhart, were guests want you to see what we have this year.
r Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hansel.
Mr. A. Q. Lancaster, of Winder-
J J What more mere, was a visitor here Sunday.B. We carry only the latest and best
t J. Mills and wife, of Orlando,
;, can you ask? visited Sunday with his sister, Mrs.J. .
_1/0./ ,,, G. Tyner. Gas Appliances in the market. .

The Christmas cantata of "Come ..
Down the Chimney, Santa Claus,"
SOLD BY which has been rehearsed for the Present which will be appreciated.
past two weeks, will be given Thurs-
Jos. Bumby Hardware Co., day evening in the school auditorium.The .
children have been trained by
Mrs. C. H. Hoffner, Mrs. F. M. Pres-
ton and Mrs. Wm. Roberts. A short
musical and literary program will ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO.
precede the cantata, which will take
up most of the evening, and then

.. .. ... .. .....'.. .. .. ..... ... Santa Claus will get in his work. The GAS DEPARTMENT
program will begin promptly at 7:30. .
: As there is always a large crowd at-
: tending the Christmas festivities it is .... I .
L REAL ESTATE suggested that people get their loca- .
tions early, and an effort will be made
this year\0 have no repetition of last

We buy d sell all classes-and kinds of Real Estate.If year's speaking be the noise.order, singing of Perfect the, and evening.quiet playing during is the to Th F1oria a R al B tat & Iny tm nt C .

you want to buy or sell the earth it will pay you to call CHRISTMAS IN THE CATHOLIC
and talk your wishes over with us. Capital $50,000. Fully Paid Up.

Christmas day:
The manager of this firm has had years of exper- Friday .
:Mass at 5, 7:30 and 10 a. m. Incorporated In Florida; Therefore Under State Control,
ience dealing in Florida investments, having sold over a Rosary and Benediction, 5 p. m. .
The obligation of abstinence is dispensed -
million dollars worth of Florida Real Estate in the last with by the Church when
Christmas falls on Friday.
two years. Special music has been preparedand
the church is being elaborately
We are well posted on the value of all classes and lIE extend invitation to and
decorated as part of the homage intended a cordially investors
kinds of Florida property. We want listed with us all to be offered to the Saviour on
the day commemorative of His birth. yf Property-Holders to call at our office, to learn

bargains in Real Estate, and we want customers for Real The horrors of war now unhappily
and conservative methods.To
raging in other countries make it peculiarly the most progressive .
Estate Bargains. tS. mlYJtrIllj : appropriate for Christians in
interests this Company aside ot hei \
II the United States to celebrate Christ- protect your

mas with more religious appreciationthan financial strength give Bank Guarantee whenever
I in other years. It should be our ,

: made the occasion of declaring loy- clients demand it. Enquiries by mail promptly an
WARING REAL L ESTATE COMPANY alty to the sovereignty of Christ, of t
expressing Christian charity in a swered. i
practical manner- by helping the
and of supplicating the Most
BENEDICT PresidentOffice
R. D. WARING, Manager High for a speedy restoration of ,

Rooms 4 and 6 Watkins Block Phone No. 6311115tf peace.

over Peoples National Bank. Phone 570fr
Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand's ;
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Personal Items Just received a big shipment of Eiffel Hose for men and women
fireworks of all kinds at Rock5s Bak- can be had in gift boxes if desired
ery. 24-2t at Boardman's. 12-2-3tc
Name From Taft, Fla.Taft .
; Don't wait for one In town tohave
all cleared fine land home GRANDTODAY
; ; good Entrican the painter before
Fla., Dec. And the site. $2,000. II. C. McDaniel. Phone
now 708. you try. Am too busy to look you
stork is busy helping to fill up Taft. 'ID. Phone 636, and I will be on the

.. Saturday, the 12th, he or she left a NOTICEAll hobs 1-20-tt:!
girl for Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Crosby automobile and occupation license -
taxes have been overdue since
and on Monday "it" left another girl Fat what you want.
October 1st. This is to notify all delinquents ?!
at all want.
for Mr. and Mrs. H. S.. Cooper. All. to pay said license tax on you
Take a postscript and forget it.
doing well. or before December 25th; that those
CARL DANN For sale by all druggists.
Mrs. A. J. Richardson, Mrs. D. B. remaining: delinquent at that time: 1.7d&w.lvrEOREJON's
will be informed against in the crim-
Sphaler, Miss Hester Hobson Alden inal court of record.J. BOSWORRTH Inc.
Sphaler, C. H. Nelson, and J. O. Col- F. GORDON, '
lins were among our people who journeyed Sheriff of Orange County. ; CARRIAGEAND
12-15 to 12-25c
to Orlando Friday. PRESENTS

Mrs. John Hill, Mrs. Ida Irvine, and -
Geo. K. Thomas were looking for San- Eat all you wan:.

ta Claus and spending their moneyin Eat Take what a postscript you!' want.and forget it. Adele FarringtonSupported

MeansREflL Orlando Saturday. For sale by all druggists. BAGGAGE TRANSfER

Parties were in town last Thursday 17d&w.lYJSOMETHING

looking over the prospects for start- L. T. HARRELL Prop. by
& ing another general store here. They
seemed to look favorable on the sit- Piano and Furniture

\ uation.more.There is room and businessfor tHCEjTwo )I Moving a Specialty Hobart Bosworth

We understand that J. S. Barklow, 8 E. Church St. PHONE 487e
who was taken to the hospital for an Beautiful Bull: ing Lots And an All-Star Cast in

operation which was successful is On South Orange Avenue
ESTATENEIL II'improving nicely. near Lake Lucerne splen -.v- : ';; "

Work on the streets is progressing of 'II, .
did view the lake only 'II; ;: "TtlE4COUNTRY MOUSE[
lively. Several streets are grubbedand
2 1-2 blocks from business
stumps removed ready for the
grader, which is at work making the center nice big shade trees .t ,
streets look like streets. About three shrubbery, &c., adjourning DR. L. H. RAMSDELu

McDUFFEE miles of streets are being worked and tot to one ol the best res OPTOMETRIST A Sparkling Comedy in Four Parts A PAR|

perhaps more. We are the people, ,I fences in city.-For sale by (Successor to Dr. O. f. LJkiw.> MOUNT PRODUCTION. .
Contractor and Builder and Taft is "It." FLORIDAWE
R. K. Harriman had the misfortuneto WALTER W. ROSE
Bungalows a Specialty get "touched" for the contents of REAL ESTATE

Arcade Building. Orlando his pocketbook about $19 which was Rooms I & 3 Watkins Block AND DO ALL KINDS OF
-..* Wallie Van and Hughie MackIn
taken from his room Monday morn- Phone 555 I OPTICAL REPAIRING
ing while he was out for a few minutes -
BEST SELECT OYSTERS, 50c. QuartTheWaldeckerFishCo .- ------ ------------ -
errand to the postoffice.The .
on an the Great Vita raph Comedy:
guilty parties are suspected and

we hope will be caught soon. Am Leaving FloridaAnd

FOR FISH AND OYSTERS R. K. Harriman Mrs. A. Franklin "
and A. J. Richardson were in Orlando *\\Specially Price my two Properties in Winter ParkA
Phone No. 5. 206 Boone Street "TtlE BAND lEADER. i
Monday on business.
'. P. 41. and W. O. COX Misses Frances Nelson, Freda Nee- good 6-room house 7 acres of land and a fine Grove of 800
10-23-tf housemyer: Josie Collins and Mr. Ly- full bearing Orange Grapefruit and Tangerine Trees. Within two I i
blocks of Public School, close to Depot and Post Office. In addi-
.. man Bowman were looking for a tion to making a home this property will make a yearly return on
place to spend their money for Christmas I. the investment of from 10 to 23 per cent, according to crop and A 0 j
presents and other business in. market conditions price $8,500.00; also
Christmas Orlando yesterday. My Residence Property in Winter Park 12-room New Modern Mr. Fritz Hauer Orlando's Favorite
dwelling with every city convenience. Lake front, 20 acres of
Pierrot's I
land highly improved 1500 Orange and Grapefruit trees irrigated Violinist, will play Serenade. i
garden. Property is close in, -.veil located, close to the new
Almost Here ApopkaNewsNotes Country Club House and Golf Links, a property good enough for
the most exacting. Special price to make an immediate sale, $16- r-
500, and will give possession in 30: days.
Apopka Fla., Dec. 23.-Mr. and See owner only. Write or phone me for a date and I will send I
Mrs. Wm. Clark, of Detroit Mich., my car to any place in Orange County to show you these properties. I IJ
. Give us your order for are among the new arrivals in town 10c 20c
PLUM and Mr. Clark is figuring upon open- I

RAISINS. ing a five cent theatre here. Theyare BOX 33; WINTER PARK, FLORIDA J

. DATES delighted with what they have Orange County's College City and one of Florida's Prettiest places. _
FIGS seen of our town. -- ------------------- -- u ---- I

PECANS Mr. Dowden father-in-law of .
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ALMONDS Thomas Dearing, is visiting his

ENGLISH WALNUTS daughter here and enjoying our delightful THE OLD RELIABLEDANN'S

The entire town has taken on the
GINGERWe Christmas spirit and Santa Claus is TRANSFERDr.
carry a full line of Xmas eat- PACKING HOUSE A ORLANDOIs
very much in evidence here.
. ables. I
: XMAS: PRESENT The Methodist Sunday school will modern, fully equipped with the best up-to- B. D. WIENENGA, Prop.
! celebrate with a Christmas tree on I date machinery, and gives the citrus grower the
Send a Box of Fruit to your friends.
Friday night.
Only $1.35 express prepaid east of Dr. Converse is having a new awn- PROPER PAtKi.xu. Livery Draying and HaulingWE
Rocky Mountains. FIRST Ail J ,
ing erected in front of his drug store
Give order HIGHEST PUIfl.5:
us your now.
and some interior work done which
will improve the appearance very which, however would not accomplish the end desired
much.D. hy the grower, if he did not also have available the ser- GUARANTEE GOOD SERVICE
W. Clark has planted out the vices
CARUTHERS & GORE finest lot of grapefruit and orange ofTHE

trees on his town lot that has been CHASE & CO AUTO AUTO BUS AND TRUCK
seen here in a long time.
New Modern
The new "Biltmore Inn" will servea

Christmas dinner Friday for 50 which, with selling forces thoroughly organized, -ixpe- Country Driving for Eight or Ten Solicited

cents, and fully twenty of our citizens rienced, competent and reliable.

Phone 200 have already engaged seats for din- GIVES THE GROWER HORSES FOR SALE


6 and 8 East Pine St. Billie Witherington came home 'Phone 257. Orlando, Florida
this week from Birmingham Ala., CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED
where he has been attending school. GROWERS' MARKETING AGENTS

He was delighted to get back home
for Christmas. CHASE & COMPANYMain -
ORLANDO -----------
Roy Starbird is home from Atlantato
Office, Jacksonville, Florida
spend Christmas with the home
folks. 9-30-d&w A. R. BOGUE, Agent, Orlando, Fla. Merry Xmas From the Delicatessen

PLUMBING CO John Thomas, of Sanford, an elec-

trician, came in Wednesday looking ManIn

for electrical wiring. The new elec-
the ruth of Holiday Shopping don't worry about Lunch. 1 have always on
26 WEST PINE STREET tric light plant is a drawing card it
seems. hand a stock of a1' kinds of Cooked foods.

PHONE 122 Orange packing will open up againas JELLIED VEAL PEPPER HASH

soon as the holiday season is over. CHEESE OF ALL KINDS BAKED BEANS POTATO SALADJ.
We are enjoying most delightful
Best Plumbing at Low- weather and every one who comes R. IRISHI1R ASP. J. E. MCKClSOiVS

here is impressed with our splendid 2hW/ i Phone 26 Bakery
est Prices
climate which is ideal-just cool
We are not in the combine. I enough to be comfortable.SANDBO. 1l l

SLAUTER'S latest inventions usedon BUYERS TO SHARE IN PROFITS

all first-class FORD CARS
Don't Buy Gimcracks for
Plumbing ConstrucionReal Effective from August 1, 1914 to August
Iiyi5 and guaranteed against any reduction
Two Compression Starter during that time: Christmas PresentsVarious

Estate Boughtand MADE ESPECIALLY FOR FORDS Touring Car $555.00 Janpy articles made of plush celluloid: leather

Sold. Runabout 505.00F. brass or even silver, and known to the trade as "Holiday
Will Start Aty That Goods' made for show and have E
O. B. Orlando. Alt can fully so.tyr.d: are simply no practical
---- Can be Cranked value In these of and '
,. or utility. days war straightened ,
1. the mar-Ct. ffW$
farther.' we will 1M- able to obtain "
City Building Lots, $100; $1.00 cash One in ...r factory production and the minimum cost h.oy,2.inc ..rr finance you ought to spend your Chaistmas money wisely.A .
and $1.00 per week buys a Lot sharp pull from the -- and .01*. departments if we reach an output .f
seat turns the engine over JaVwiO can ttt"t.B the abort dates great book, a nice picture a musical instrument or talk-
RENTS COLLECTED. \nd should we reach thi production we acre !. pay IU ing machine, a box of fine stationery, a hundred copper '
two compressions <' (on .r akoatAar
the buyer' share from $U to $ per ear
Notary Work Promptly and Neatly ...t'l.lMS) t. eTry retail buyer who purchase a Dew plate engraved calling cards, fountain pens supplies for
That "QUEFR SHAPED W EEL" For F-rd further ear between particulars Aueo't regarding 1. 114 these and low August prices 1.and 1115-profit.baring .. the writing desk at the office or in the home, these and

N. P. HATCHERORLANDO Does II. 1 .." See many other articles in our stock make Christmas gifts that'

F. G. RUSH. prove useful and bring joy and comfort the whole year

,FLORIDA See the Sandbo through. Do your Christmas buying early and buy:[wisely.
II Phone 22f -- ; i,
; Office at Pinehurst Park II
J P. O. Box 281 FORD GARAGE :;.
PHONE 403 !0-S-lm J The Arcade Book and Music Store..L..r ;s''


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This is For ii
Christmas cheer has undoubtedly
South Florida Sentinel radiated farther from Florida than Christmas Table d'Hote Dinner i

..MORNING AND WEEKLYW. from other within the
M.' GLENN .....................Editor any point com- Oyster Cocktail Ii
W.,C. ESSI.VGTO.V ......Buunn Manager SOUP SPECUlATORSFour i
Potage de Poulet a la plaza
-- two months Florida holly, mis- I
Entered at the poetoffice at Orlando. Florida Consomme de Volaille!
as Second Class Mail Matter. tletoe and palms have been going for- RELISHES I
SUBSCRIPTION RATES ward by the car load. Thousands Tomatoes
Daily. 1 Year ........................ $5.00 upon Celery Lettuce Olives .. I
Daily, 6 Months ...................... 2.50 thousands of boxes of choice fruits FISH f fWe
Daily :3 Months ...................... 1.25 have gone to all parts of Uncle Sam's Filet de Poisson Duchess Potatoes fI
Daily 1 Month ....................... .60Weekly. SALADSalade lots on Colo- fi I
: 1 Year ........_....,.......... Jl.OO domain to gladden the hearts of de Poulet
friends where activities are stilled by ENTREESChoice nial Drive within 300 fI
ALL SUBSCRIPTION'S PAYABLE IX the chill of winter. :
ADVANCETO Especially has Orlando been lavishin Fricasse of Chicken, a la King I
ADVERTISERS: Duck Erase a la Chassheur feet of! Colonial Hills
the extending of holiday cheer. Spring Chicken Saute a la Florentine
Copy for display and all other hand-set
advertising roust be handea in at the business Every fraternal organization and Roast Vermont Turkey where lots are priced
office of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m. church society has been liberal in ex- Chestnut Dressing

to invariable the chances day. before for publication.contract advertising This rule;applies it is tending aid to the needy and in mak- Roast Lamb Mint Cranberry Sauce Sauce from 350 to 600 dollars -
and will be strictly adhered to.
ing donations to the homes for the VEGETABLESMashed
Subscribers should notify desiring the The office Sentinel in writing discontinued on- fatherless of the state. I Potatoes Asparagus Tips i per lot. II taken
the date of expiration otherwise it will be Even despoiled and saddened Belgium Cauliflower a la Cream
continued at the regular subscription rates DESSERTS I
until notice to stop received. will have a ray of sunshine because within ten days the
Telephone Numb r .is..................... 24 of the hearted of Strawberry Shortcake or Ice Cream
large people FRUITS
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 23: 1914. Florida.A BEVERAGESCoffee Grapes price is only S800, for \ Thank You
suitable motto for the adornmentof
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Orlando needs a motor fire truck our homes at this season will be Chocolate Tea Milkor the four lots.Cooper .

because progressive cities are entitledto "What is Christmas without a Flor-
ida Everybody invited.I .
proper equipment. or"o wish you all Merry Christmasand
a Happy New Year.D. .
Merry Christmas! In his annual report next week to S. CATECIIIS & CO. Atha I For
the city council W. M. Dean chief of 12-25-ltc
Who invented neckties? the Orlando Fire Department, will I
a state that 17 alarms of fire were Buy something good to eat for your 114 South Orange Are Ground Floor II II I
Christmas dinner. Fruit, pound,chocolate -
Watch the candles tonight. sounded in 1914. None was serious. and cocoanut layer cakes at Phone No. 311 I
o Orlando is the most fortunate city of German Bakery. Chas. Rock. 24-2t I
This is also the of the --- -'- ---' --
"crack- -
day its size in the world.
o Ladies' and Gentlemen's neckwearat j Past
l era"o Boardman's. See them. 12-2-3tc Subscribe for The Daily SentineL '
Yesterday was a Christmas day.
r Have you bought anything for the .
The streets were crowded with men, .
. children who destitute
are ? -
women and children. Shopping was
0r at its height and the thoroughfares I II
r Good morning what did you find I
I presented an appearance that is only II
i in your stocking this 0 morning? seen when Santa is due to arrive. I

; Yesterday was the shortest day in o I .
F the year-for the late shoppers. VeAppreciIo (
, .
e eI
0 have bought the lumber and slabson !
i Everybody you met yesterday had the W. P. Smith mill yard, near LAKE EOLAHere I
his hands full-mostly good cheer. the county home. This is good wood
. and some lumber in it. All goes for i
' 0 50 cents per 2 horse load, 4 loads $1. I I .
1 Smiles and the world smiles with Make all payments to L. L. Meadows, I T
f you-be glum and it sticks to you. near the yard.Seasoned I
pine and oak on the farmat .
- Another necktie-also 0 a handkerchief 1 I way.$1 rand $1.25; per A.strand S. HODGES.near Con- I I ,is an unusual offering, one that I can unhesiI I A Present Ones :

1 a pair of cuff links and a pair 12-24-6t-wkly-3tc I tatingly recommend as a GREAT BARGAIN. The lot is I
jof hose! I

-0--- Get the .news ir. the Sentinel first. i 90x200 and the house contains seven rooms and bath. Ii II t
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Have you congratulated Supt. Mc-

Kinnon decision?on the recent supreme court XMAS DINNER : Servants room on premises. Orange and grapefruit and i I II

peach trees, shruberry and flowers and ornamental

.cause How their many packages are broken from hearted home failedto be- 50c. SPECIAL 50c plants. Owner will sell furnished or unfurnished. The I We Will in the Future

arrive.Be EMPIRE HOTELCream location is No. 215 E. Robinson avenue, on north shore of
o I
sure you're outside the fire district Lake Eola, and overlooking Eola Park. Listed exclu- I.
then go ahead and shoot your of Tomato, Valencienne i
fire cracker! Celery Lettuce Pickles sively with me. Theprice| will astonish you, it too low, .
Broiled White Fish, '
Hollandaise Sauce but owneris determined to sell. Cash or terms. I Endeavor
some men fail to make a hit,

they try to fix the responsibility on Roast Young Turkey I
the hammer.
Oyster Dressing
o Cranberry Sauce Giblet Gravy
Speaking of soft snaps-what's the Roast Leg of Lamb Mint Sauce
matter with the wood man at this Prime Ribs of Beef, Pan Gravy
time of year? S. Y. WAY
o Fruit Sherbet To Justify the Continuance

Congress is expected to get through
its legislative on schedule Mashed Potatoes Candied Yams
and Real Estate
time and then adjourn.o New String Beans Green Peas Agent I

Waldorf Salad
and by we'll be hustling and
PHONE 172 .
talking for the fair-it's the next big
Hot Mince Pie Pumpkin Pie
event on our calendar. .f
English Plum Pudding

"At last-a chance o to breathe.- American Cheese and CrackersTea And wish
Postmaster McLean and Express I now you

Agent Jamieson in unison. Coffee !

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Blessed is the man who expects Tables may be reserved by phone. I

nothing but advice :from his relatives 12-24-2tc -

for that is about what he'll get. I -- ____, u_

o All
No wonder some men have such big
feet. They stand around on the floorsso

shiny much sleeves.at night. They alSo have La Vallieres and Bracelet Watches C

o .
Old Santa Claus is here today even

if-spirits of turpentine is low-the A
orange market is supposed to be off- -dainty enough fora fairyWhatgirl
and the war talk is prevalent.

Tell your wife she's a superhuman can resist the charm of a dainty La Valliere, a veritable

judge of excellent cigars and make lacework of gold or platinum, set with precious or semipreciousstones
some one happy today. Still if she

bought she couldn't you "Made-in-Oriando"go wrong. cigars The designs this year are so unusually lovely, so delicate

o and fine, we are sure they must have been inspired by the fairies.E I

There is considerable complaint i
about their people leaving cars set in frontof p cially charming, too, are ourj Bracelet Watches. A more pleasing gift .
premises practically all day
where could not be chosen that combines much with
the paved streets are very or one so beauty practicabilityCome /
narrow. The policeman! get you if
you don't watch out.
0! in and look them over-whether you intend to purchase -

If it had not been for the A. C. L. or not. We know it will be a treat to you to see
trains a good deal of joy would have
these of ,
exquisite pieces jewelry i
been taken from your Christmas, and iI
yet a few weeks ago you said some I

"hard" words against that corpora- OPEN EVENINGS I
tion because the officials believed they
were justified in annulling two trains
operated at a loss.

The grind organ o man and the mon- T H. EVANS'JEWELER I CO.

key are of doubtful value to a com-
munity. Their entertainment is sure-
ly not edifying and their presence .DEPARTMENT STORE.
adds nothing to the healthfulness of ..
the community. The few dollars that
the city may get out of these wander- Orlando Orange Avenue Floridar' I ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE

ing nuisances can hardly compensatefor
the disease germs disseminatedby I

the pair. -
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II LUCERNE Open Admission 2 p. m. and 5 cents 6:30 p. m. II'

MtiMUMMIMillltlMTODAY'S Merry Xmas

THE WILSONS"NOVELTY Christmas I'rogram-Fh-e Big Reels ,
"Lucile Lore. Fourth episode of
"The Girl of Mystery" in two parts. '
Don't fail to see this great serial picture -i j
AERIAL ARTISTS"A every Friday. I|
Also a big three reel drama introducing
an international love romance I:
Refined Graceful Thrilling Exhibition of Skill and Strength! between a Creole girl and a wealthy I We extend to all our
plantation owner. The story is set
in two continents and contains many I
"THE FLOATING CALL"A sensational incidents-duel, escapes,'! and friends
jealous rivals, wheel of fortune and a ': n customers n
Two-Part Reliance Newspaper Story With an Unusual Plot"HOW climax of love's reward. j
Five cents to all.THAT ,

HEROES ARE MADE"A GOOD .1 U the compliments of U Un

Screaming Keystone Comedy the season .


Coupons given with every admission good for the Lucerne Theatre Great

Automobile Contest. U Ulb.

Prices U Our Store will be open until noon
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> _. Drums for shipping and storage I

I Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Jackson, from tanks kept on hand. I I
Bushnell Ill., are in Orlando for another -
(@rlau nrt j winter, having arrived I
i n ty yesterday Lubricating Oil and Greases to suit i
afternoon over the Atlantic Coast
j I all cars. Give make of car when you
I -Edited By Miss Eliza Wright I Line. They have a pretty home on order. I 1ALLEN&CO. j
East Church street and are now at
Office telephone No. 179. Residence telephone No. 254 home to their many friends.

WEEKLY SOCIAL CALENDAR Lord, Who Dwelleth on High (Han- Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Miller arrived GULF REFINING COil I
del), Mrs. Magruder and Choir. ,
Ave Maria (Ch. Gounod), Mrs. For- yesterday from Storm Lake Iowa to i n
Dec. 23th-26th.;)
rest Dabney Carr; violin obligato Mr. spend the winter. They were here P. G. WALTON Agent 10Jl' JJr
Fritz llauer. last and like .
every one who \.
Good :Morning! I Will Magnify Thee, 0 God, My has Office Phone 450.
Merry merry Christmas to each King (C. H. Lloyd: ), Mrs. Magruder, this lattitude for a while, Residence Phone 269. : IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIDIIIGIIIII'IIIIIIIIIQIIIII.tl..1111I
Mrs. Demming, Mr. Cheney Mr. wander back. They have many friends
and every reader of The Sentinel. W.S. Coleman W. R. RhilnTIIERE'S
Blackman and Choir. who -- -------- -
are glad to see them again. J
. Spirit of Christmas Offertory, Andante (Ch. de Beriot),
Mr. Fritz Hauer. A
Christmas eve was a very happyone There Were Shepherds (Bruce I Messrs. Henry Wiseman, John Car- VENEER CORES

. especialyl for the children. In King), Miss McQuaters, Mr. Cheneyand roll, Henry P. Smith and Isaac SUN [PROOF I'ATNZ'Sold
the afternoon the W. c. T. U. distributed Choir. Straub of Atlanta Ga., are in the $1.25'Per t .- .
O Divine Redeemer (Ch. Gounod), -
baskets of Christmas dinnerto "
Mr. Forrest Carr. city for a few days looking over Or- ,
Dabney Strand' at -6"aining in popularity every day
about twenty-five needy families. Saviour of the World (Harold lando offerings in the way of real estate Up
'This afternoon the same ladies will Moore), Mrs. Carr Mr. Scales and with a view to establishing- FIRE-PLACE CHUNKS AND QUALITY-THAT'S IT
serve dinner at the old postoffice Choir. +
ter homes. '
OAK WOODOrlandoWood- We also handle full line of Painters' A Rape.
building to all unfortunate men who O Loving Father (Terasa del Rie- I a
go), Miss Hillburn. I.I Hangers' Supplies. 2000'Rolls Wall Papeto
are in the city and without homes. Intermission."The YardB.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFYFOR go at cost price.
Generous donations have been given Shepherd's Vision."
W. ]
Kingsley Proprietor
the true spirit of Christmas is abroad SALE-A young, gentle Jerseycow PINE STREET AND R. R. ORLANDO PAINT AND WAll PAPER CO f
in the City Beautiful. Caruthers & Gore are distributingneat that will come fresh in February Telephone 344 .
Unitarian Party 1915 calendars with a rural I ; and a Jersey heifer 18 months 9-30 I i i TheSignoftheSun Phone 261 205 So.Orange Ave.
sheep scene entitled "Boyhood Days. old; cheap. Phone 387, or call 29
Yesterday afternoon the children of I
Bryant street. 12-23-3tc.
the Unitarian church were given a '
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Christmas party at the chapel. Christ- Miss Julia Chapman is spendingthe 1I I WANTED-Wanted to buy for cash,
mas carols were sung and the.Christmas Christmas holiday season with old horses or cows. Apply to Capt.
tree dismantled. Such a jolly friends at Winter Garden. I Curly Wilson, animal department FRANK A. CURTIS
Johnny J. Jones Shows Fair Grounds WILLIAM R. O'NEAL
time was had by young and old who Orlando, Fla. 12-25-6tc

were so fortunate as to be invited. Mr. and Mrs. Roy McCracken are

Country Club Dance home for the holidays. Their many I A COLUMBIA Delivery Bicycle with Established 1886
The younger society set are havinga friends are delighted to see them basket was taken from in front of
Caruthers & Gore's store Friday.
dance. at the Country Club tonight. again. I Please notify store or chief of po- .
Many attractive visiting girls are in lice. 12-25-ltc

town and with all our pretty home That Orlando is well filled with I CURTIS & 09NEAL
girls it promises to be a most enjoy I visitors and winter residents is attested I The Sentinel "want" columns are a
guarantee of income to .
able party. many.CHIROI'RACTOR
I by the fact that every real estate -
Program for Opening of Presbyterian man in the city is on the hunt I INSURANCE LOANS
Church Sunday !for houses for rent and rooms for I

. Morning service: light housekeeping, as the demand is DR. S. S.
I JONES chiropractor
. ret Christmas), Miss Roberta prelude Branch(Reginald at the Bar-or- [greater than the supply. graduate Davenport College, 17 sand REAL ESTATE RENTALS
18 Yowell-Duckworth building; phone
gan.Doxology. 209. Intelligent people everywhereare
I Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Green Mr. restored
Invocation. being to health by chiro- I
Scripture reading. S. J. Sligh, and Mr. T. C. Abernethy practic adjustments the new scienceof
left yesterday afternoon in their removing the cause of disease. Ex-
Solo Sancta Maria (J. Faure),Mrs. amination free.
Forrest Dabney Carr. I large touring Buick car for Tampa. 12-24-lmo
Prayer. They intend to spend several days in
Offertory, (a) Bach Aria for the the metropolis of South Florida before Up t, date painting papering etc., FOR REN r---Bunalo 5 Rooms Furnished, South Main
G String (Wilhelmi), Miss Susan I II' is the kind you want. Where to get
Dyer; (b) 0, Saviour of the World! returning to the capital of Or Street.
(Harold :Moore), Mrs. Carr, : !ange county. it? That's easy phone 636. W. T.
Scales and Choir. \lr'l I I Entrican. 120tfIOSTEOPATHY'
Sermon Good Will Towards \ Seven Room House South Orlando.
Dr. Stagg. Prof. Forrest Dabney Carr the ,

. Benediction. I'I man with an artistic voice was
Postlude, Fugue to 3rd Sonata
(Mendelssohn), Miss Roberta Branch. I i among The Sentinel's welcome call Two New Five Room Houses, South West Orlando.
Evening service: ers yesterday. A friend had sent hima DR. J. .HOWELL

Organ, Hail Bright Abode, "Tann- I, post card from Greenwood, Miss.: Hours, 1012. 3.5. and by appointmentNo
hauser" (Richard Wagner), Miss Ro- j and he simply made a "pop call" to extra charge tor house treatment
berta Branch. ,'tell us that the sender of the epistlewas Except Night Calla.Telephone -
Prayer Dr. Stagg.
a reader of the old reliable- connections
Scripture reading.
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We have the genuine PREST-O-LITEtanks

in all sizes, and carry a stock of 50 to 75 tanks 5 Passenger Touring, fully equippedwith
all the time. shock absorbers and extra tire set,

Will take in your Searchlight tank and give $450.00.

4 Passenger in perfect condition with
you a exchange at no advance I. .

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

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

-- -- I I Runabout, overhauled, in good condi-

PHILLIPS GARAGES : tion, $425.00.

i I. W. Phillips & Sons Orlando Auto Supply Co. I J

26 East Pine St. 210 South Orange Ave : San Juan Garage Co.

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FOR RENT-seven room house; wa- Jjiimber
ter, gas, electric lights, bath, etc.; 'I : Lai:11 and: S11i11gles
SENTINELWANT barn, stable, chicken house; lot 100 by ,
200 feet. Apply at 735 North Orange '
avenue. 10-31-tf.

S FOR RENT-Suite of two rooms for
light housekeeping; price reasona-
I ble. Apply at 502 Osceola street. .
12-17-1wkc .

The Morning Sentinel Want FOR RENT-To desirable people,
Directory is the Greatest Want well furnished suite, bed room and ORLANDO
Ad Medium in Orlando. sitting room with private lavatory.Also .

single rooms, and a garage,
Terms Cash in Advance. Splendid location. No. 9 E. Washington -
St. 11-29-lmc
RATES FOR RENT-12 room boarding house,
For One Day ______________25t: almost new; 9 good bed rooms, elec- Royal Cement Agatite Plaster and Perfection Lime
For Three Days ____________30c tric lights and bath $35 month.F. ,
I For Six Days _______________75c L. Anderson, office; 112 per W. Church
PERFECT GEM{ For One Month ____________$2.50 street. Phone 459. 12-6-tf .. .11..1111111111111111111111111111.111111..1111111111.11..1 '
This rate applies on all ads of
and we know the propertywill 25 words or less. If the ad con- FOR RENT-Small flat, modern con-
bear out the name. tains more than 25 words the rate veniences, unfurnished. Jas. A.
will be one cent per word for Knox. 11-3-tf
each additional word, for each in- 1
you can't bring your ad to
Orlando home, modern in the office telephone No. 24. Ac- I:N.\Rlt D.\VIOSON : II l:
every detail. Large lot, or- counts opened by telephone will be NICE, LARGE FURNISHED ROOM,
range, grapefruit, guava, payable the following day. to adults only. 409 Delaney street.
and banana trees in
Every Home Every Business
full bearing. Handsome cam- Every Man has use for a MISCELLANEOUSLOST
phor and :Magnolia: trees. Sentinel Want Ad.

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you are looking for some-
FOR SALE-12 pairs full blooded LOST-White violet pin, set with ,j
thing extra choice let us show Berkshire pigs, just the right size pearls. Reward if returned to
you this proposition. Readyfor to roast at Chas. Rock's farm. 24tf Hammond & Bunch's store122tf

occupancy. ,7 minutes

walk to business center. We FOR SALE-Pure s.c. White Leg- WANTED
call it one of the show placesof horn pullets and year-olds. "Bredto SITUATION, WANTED-If you need
Orlando and believe lay" strain. Only a few. J. W. reliable man in office, hotel, store,
you Gaines, R. R. No. 1. 12-24-3t grove, or any business where an all | 1915 HARLEY-DAVIDSON Horsepower 3-Speed Sliding Gear Transmission Automatic
will agree with us when you round man is required, write me; experience -
see it. Moderate in price. FOR SALE-Good violin and Edison and references..B.Crosby, < > Mechanical Oil Pump Step-Starter and 66 Refinements, $275.00.
phonograph. Apply to 723 Center Orlando, Fla. 12-24-3t

ORLANDO. BUILDING LAND CO street, Orlando, Fla. 12-23-6t WANTED ROOMS-Suite of fur- W. WHITNEY WRIGHT I290S3S I Apire:

FOR SALE-At a bargain now, six nished rooms wanted for light ,
II North Orange Avenue room house and bath. No. 10 West housekeeping. Must be centrally lo- illliMMIMillMMMMMIMMIIIIIIIIIIillMIIOIIIIMIMIMtttllllinilM MfOMMIMMMMIMMMMMIIMMIMMMMtMtllMOIMMItiMMIMMMMMM
PHONE 608 Robinson avenue, close in near Or- cated. Address, giving particulars,
OPPOSITE SAN JUAN HOTEL ange. Ready to occupy. R. Bruce D. L. B., General Delivery, City. I .
Perry. 12-24-31

H. BRYANT FOR SALE-Six room house, bath POSITION WANTED-By chef; all
DAVIS A GILES, CounselF. and hall; house just completed and round cook; Northern references;
A. PEPPERCORN. Contractor ready to move into; large lot; withinten 25 years experience. Apply 12 Bry- 1 SUB.TROPICAL EXPOSITION
minutes walk of postoffice. Price ant street. 12-23-3t
$1,675. Address "New House." care
Sentinel. 12-20-61 POSITION- good home for white
girl'that wants to do general house- MID-WINTER
FOR SALE-COW AND HORSEA work. Aptly 601 E. Central, or tele-
sudden and severe attack of phojae 591.! 12-23-6tc
rheumatism makes it thatI ,
necessary --- -- --
.Pin Str t. sell at once my choice milk and but- AN'TED-A,quiet place of abode-
ter cow, due to freshen now. Also room and board-middle aged man;
our family horse, young and gentle, nothing high priced; Southern cook- OEL ..8.. T DO. FL.A. .
with or without harness and buggy. : ing preferred. Address B. S., care ,
1JEWELER Also house with two lots, and some Sentinel. 12-23-6t
vacant lots. If you want a bargain,
call at once at 201 Concord avenue, NOTICE-I] have accepted agency for FEB. 9-13 1915
EXPERT WATCH MAKER west. Wm. L. Coryell. 12-20-6tc Wilson & Toomer's fertilizers in ,

Orange county and will appreciatethe
HORSE AND BUGGY FOR SALE patronage of their old customers,
cheap, at 208 East Robinson ave- and hope to make new friends for this EDUCATIONALEmbracingAgriculture
Expert Watch, Clock and Jew-
nue. firm. Their Ideal brands are too well
elery Repairing a specialty. I known for any comment at my hands.
FOR SALE-Ten acres fine orange My experience as a grower of both Horticulture Floriculture Domestic ,
carry a fine assortment of solid ,
land; about 3 acres cleared; 3-4 ofa fruit and vegetables warrants we in
gold and gold filled Jewelery, mile! south of Gill's; store and 1-2 saying, as their agent, I can be of Arts and Crafts, with exhibits of Stock, Hogs and Poultry,
mile east of Lake Conway, on terminal real service to those who have grove
Sterling and Community Silver. of proposed brick road. Ad- trouble. I am prepared to give to and the products of South Florida. Racing, Polo, Sports
Prices very reasonable. dress Anna H. Piatt, R. R. No. 1, Box' my patrons not only my own experience -
43, Orlando. 11-24-lm. I but that of the firm, which cov- AreoplansLectures and Entertainments of all kindsFor
ers every detail of the citrus and veg-
FOR SALE-Fine paper shell pecan citrus industry. II. C. McDaniel.
CHAS. nuts, grown by Fogg & Osteen on Phone 708.EIGHTEEN.
VATER their Oak Knoll fruit and pecan
groves at Altamonte Springs, Fla. AND A HALF ACRESof Information or premium list, address
Fogg & Osteen. 12-18-8t land on Lake Gatlin sixteen in
five year old oranges and grapefruit; WM. R. O'NEAL See'y H. H. DICKSON Pres.
PINE ST. Postoffice FOR SALE-One seven passenger, overlooks four lakes; in perfect con-
Opposite six cylinder automobile, 1 year old, dition. Price 12000. Nothing bet-
first class condition. Don't answer ter in Florida unless it is the -
I'unless interested. Address Bargain, I below described. property . .1.1..1. .n .. . . . . . . . . ,

care of Sentinel. 11-14-tf .
TWENTY ACRES, in good neighbor- -

J 1 Business Directory-1! FOR SALE-Cabbage Plants,Charleston hood; fine land; 10 acres in bear- -
1 I Wakefield, $1.00 per thousand. ing trees; good lake protection; good
For- Frank Phillips, Pine Castle. crop on trees Price $10,000, with
lD-2S-tf fruit; or owner will keep fruit, deducting ;
BUSY MEN.\ $2,000 for same. Offered only pn9 ej
for reasons beyond owners control. I yur
Who is your painter and decorator? FOR SALE-Forty] acres of fine See H. McDaniel for particulars. rJ.
If you are satisfied keep the one you hammock land; eight in grove; the Phone 708. ;
have; if not, phone W. T. Entrican. present crop of oranges will be from
No. 636. 1-20-tf 750 to 1,000 boxes; 500 trees all told, Big crowd, big crowd goes by poor .
ready for setting-10 acres in lake,
Mrs. Brigham's, for she is so busy
BUYERS one and quarter miles from Apopka. taking care of the Belgians that she
. Price, $5,000. Address W. II., Box has no time to sell her pretty Christmas -
178, Orlando: Fla. 9-23-tf cards
and Please
gifts. do
I buy, sell rent, and exchange real come
in, 22 West Church street. 12-19-tf
estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla., FOR SALE-Fine cypress fence posts.
over 30 years. Have handled over Inquire of Frank Phillips. Pine Cas- ------
Sale Brass
$20,000,000. Call and see me. tle. 9-18-tf Xmas
10-G-3m F. A. LEWTER.WE .


Irish Potatoes, warrantedfree HAVE FOR RENT five nice, large,
from scab
or other diseases.
comfortable rooms nicely fur-
Drop me a card or phone 708 and let
nished in flat Model Cafe.
; over Spe-
us talk over your requirements. I cial rates by the week or month. See $20.00 BEDSALE PRICE $9.98Finished
will make it to miles from Orlando
tage. H. C. McDaniel.Christmas our .mutual advan- I. T. Stringer, 116 North Orange ave one _
nue. 12-24-3t mile from Post Office, Schools

and Churches and
and New FOR room RENT cottage-New on unfurnished pretty lake four in House. On good road just Packing one in either polished brass or satine finish.

east Orlando. Write S. Kendrick mile from
Orlando Sandfordroad.
Year Holiday Guernsey, city. 12-19-lwkc

FOR RENT-3 room apartment, nicely Surrounded. by fine Groves; Virginia We give coupons with all cash sales.
Cheap Excursion FaresVia furnished, with all conveniencesfor
light: housekeeping:, including port- Pine Timber. Excellent
able lamps and kitchen cabinet; by Citrus Land with water protection -
the month or season. 301 East Living-
ston. 12-19-6t and beautiful lake frontage

Atlantic Coast Line FOR RENT Beautiful dwelling with

garage; elegantly furnished; on Sixty Acres at Kineaid & SnowdenLow
Lake Lucerne. Jas. A. Knox.
Standard Railroad of the South 8-27-tf
$20 Per Acre

SEVEN ROOM, new stucco cottage,
Tickets wil be on sale by the Atlantic one block from Eola park; com- Priced Furniture House.
Coast Line to all points mands fine view of city. Price $5,500. i I
South of the Ohio and Potomac ai.u H. McDaniel, phone 708.
East of the Mississipip Rivers, including Think of it and see Cor. Main and Pine Sts. Orlando, Florida
Washington, Cincinnati Ev- FOR RENT-6 room house, with all
ansville, and Cairo, for all trains modern improvements; furnished;
December 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, $150 season 3 months. One cottage, I a
25, and 31, and January 1, limited returning for light housekeeping, $30 a month. ,--
January 6th; and to many Room and board for couple of tour-
points in the Northwest and South- ists, $12 per week. Inquire Cooper
west on December 19th to 24th, inclusive & Atha. 12-13-1m Watkins Block PHONE 504 Dr. F. F. ThompsonDENTIST I THE OSCEOLASTEAM

and 29th to 31st, limited returning -
January 18. Also to Key FOR RENT-Rooms, with or without
West and Havana, Dec. 17, 20, 24 board; also rooms for light house- "
and 27, with limit January 3, 1915. : keeping; several apartments from 1 PHONE- 646 HEAT THROUGHOUT
For further particulars, schedules to 4 rooms, each at very reasonable
reservations, etc., apply to Ticket, prices. Inquire of F. L. Anderson, AUTO FOR HIRE 113; S. Orange Ave., over Curtis & Magnolia and Robinson Ave J. W. HURLEY Manager
Agents, Atlantic Coast Line, or ad- 112 West Church street. Phone 459. FIRST CLASS REPAIRING O'Neal's Store
dressJ. 12-6-tf -
BARNARD & SON Hours 8.30 a.m. to 5.30 p.m.
Dress Shirts for Men, make IF YOU ARE LOOKING
G. KIRKLAND, D. P. A., FOR Inainre RENT No.-Large 8 West, attractive room'J 17 Hughey Street Orlando, Fla.1210lm Wednesday and Saturdays till 8 p.m very Eclipse acceptable Christmas presents.Get .I rooted orange and grapefruit for buds well,

Tampa, Florida. 11-8-tfc 11-6-tf them at Boardman's. 12-22-3tc see H. McDanid.' Phone 711.A .










L ;i' It's a sale that is going to make History. It's the sensation 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 suit and skirt i'""
in the store is on the list to go, and go they will if reduced prices will move them. I1-
', k It's a regular feast of Beautiful merchandise being sold at one half their regular price. ; 4r
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Ladies Coat Suits ROOF GARDEN THEATRE I Ladies One and Lot Childrens of I

Half Pries WILL OPEN I Coatsat! Half Price I

$10.00 COAT SUITS AT______$ 5.00 $2.50 COATS AT $ 1.25 '
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. r. Nr $12.50 COAT SUIT AT ------$ 6.25 $3.00 COATS AT ------------$ 1.50

-:+ J $15.00 COAT SUITS AT $ 7.50 $-1.00 COATS AT $ 2.00
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with the big 4-reel feature
$18.00 COAT SUITS AT $ 9.00 $5.00 COATS AT $ 2.50
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$20.00 COAT SUITS AT------$10.00 $10.00 COATS AT $ 5.00
King Baggartand
$23.00: COAT SUITS AT $12.50
------ $12.50 COATS AT $ 6.25
Leah Baird
. $30.00 COAT SUITS AT $15.00 ..
------ $15.00 COATS AT $ 7.50
A Admission1... A Adults lOcI. Children Sic..
t' $35.00 COAT SUITS AT______$17.5010.00 $20.00 COATS AT $10.00 '
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$- COAT SUITS AT ------$20.00, The Store $25.00 COATS AT $12.50
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\ S50.00 COAT SUITS AT$25.00 $30.00 COATS AT 15.00
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$60.00 COAT SUITS AT______$30.00 A Christmas $35.00 COATS AT I $17.50
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Saturday y Night S Siieca1M i ] Ladies'AT SkirtsHALF S Satnrday J Night[ S Seoia1 i l

/ PRICE ,.
,fine soft finish, heavy-weight, lOc.and2V 69c soft finish, in all the wanted shades, 36 QQ/- ,
Vc. quality 10 yards for inches wide, $1.50 and $1.75 quality __ a/Ov*
$ 5.00 Skirts at $ 2.50

$ 6.00 Skirts at $ 3.00 MEN'S WORK SHIRTS, made of a good
LACES one big lot of Cluny,Torchon and quality of Cheviot, in blue, tan and
Shadow Laces,value up to 15c. _______ 5c $ 7.50 Skirts at $ 3.75 gray, 50c. quality 39c j

$8.00 Skirts at $4.00 LADIES FELT ROMEOS AND SLIP-
SHEETS Bleached, heavy-weight, free PERS, in fancy colors, $1.50 and
at from_dressing________,_size____81x90_____,__75c.____quality______, 59c $ 9.00 Skirts at $4.50 $2.00 quality _$119
$ 10.00 Skirts at $ 5.00 CREAM: PITCHERS plain and decorated
China, 15c. and 25c. values __________ 9c
': RIBBONS, a beautiful line Florial, Dolly $ 12.00 Skirts at $6.00

silk Vardens: ,2 Jc.and and 35c.Roman values Stripes for_,__all____pure___ 1 A OC Q/ $ 15.00 Skirts at $ 7.50 I PLATED of sixLowellDuckworth_TEA_____SPOONS________,_special_______for___a__set__ 25 C
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Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Spratt, of Cres- ,
cent City, motored to Orlando yesterday :
to do their Christmas shop-

.i ping.
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Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Stuart and sev- v v Q D
eral friends, from Maitland, were I
among the out of town shoppers in I :
Orlando yesterday. ,

I Anything electrical at Curry's.Mr. i r3Miy P
and Mrs. A. B. Gorman, of f
I II Jacksonville, arrived yesterday after- 'I -' .. .
I noon on a visit to Mr. and Mrs. John ,
rtneIs risimas I Bryan at their home east of the city. I I : .
I .
I Miss Grace Boyd, of Waynesville, I .: .. l{ rut
N. C., is the guest of Mrs. A. C.
the wish of
Cunningham, on the Lockhart road. I
She will spend the holidays in Orane- ," ,

THE STATE BANKof county. I t.(( I, \,'7'-.J\. .r;.(:'"1'Y" 1i..ii

I Mrs. S. Belch' left yesterday n.nrn-I : ,
ing over the Atlantic Coast Lino tc. !
and friends at Melbourne I nIbTtitu :
visit relatives -
on the East Coast. She will ( :; l : \ !11
( (
ORLANDOTo be absent about two weeks. : < t4igj1; If, ;

Electric radiators at Curry's.

its many customers Mr. J. C. Wallace will leave tonight I ,'JyMERRY J La 10 ''B '

for Jacksonville, where he will < ;. .
and friends meet Mrs. Wallace, who has been I '

spending Barnesville several, Ga.weeks with relativesin i { : :

a : ((0)ilim [jJj
Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Perry have arrived .: .. .
in Orlando, from Lyons, Mo., to '+
I Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Osborne, of spend the winter. They have been

LOCAL AND_PERSONAL .Zellwood, were numbered among the i coming to this section for the last ten ... '... .. -. '..; ... ...
Christmas shoppers in Orlando yes- years. : .. ...: ":;
Mrs. John Knox, of Umatilla, motored terday.Mr. .
to Orlando :yesterday and spent Mr. Ray Bellingham, of Terre
most of the day shopping.Now and Mrs. Claude Butcher, of Haute, Ind., was among the arrivals '
Bushnell, 111., have arrived in Orlandofor yesterday from the north, coming in '
is the time to order GRIF- another winter and will occupy over the Atlantic Coast Line from I'
FING'S ROSES. W. H. Brokaw, : D
salesman. 12-16-tf their home on South street. Jacksonville. I. 0 t ; ThY i; .

Mrs. R. L. Evans left yesterday for Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Underhill have Messrs. J. M. and C. J. Byrd are .
arrived from Cleveland, Ohio, and home to spend the holidays with their 4.I
with Savannah her ,mother.Go Ga., .to spend Christmas have taken rooms at the Hotel Astor parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Byrd. i I : ......./.. .... .:. .-'. : .' '. : : : .. Y'<:";.::=. :.,.: a
I for the season. The former has been in business in :
South Florida at Tiger Bay, and the
to Mrs. Cornish's Tea Room fora
good Christmas dinner today, Price Electric irons at Curry's.Mr. latter in Waycross, Ga. I 1- --------
75 cents. 25-ltc
M. J. McDonald, a prosperous I A special treat is offered the pa- 1I f!
Miss Francis Barnes is here from citizen of Gainesville, was among the trons of the Grand in the exhibitionof I
Spartanburg, S. C., to spend the citizens transacting business in Or- I the latest Bosworth release, "The XMAS
Christmas vacation with relatives. ,lando yesterday Country Mouse," a comedy in four
I reels. This delightful feature film
Until New Year's day 10 per cent. Dr. J. N. Sheen arrived in Orlando will be shown this evening.Mr. .
reduction on complete stock, includ- yesterday from Blackshear, Ga., and I REMEMBERED EVERYBODY ?
ing orders for house wiring, atCurry's. and Mrs. W. P. Scruggs and
will remain here for a couple of
25-tf weeks. child arrived in Orlando yesterday afternoon -
on a visit to relatives and
Judge H. C. Hammond, J. II. Harrington IF NOT PHONE 20
and Wm. Childs, of Taft,were Electric portable lights at Curry's.Mr. friends. They are both very popularin ,
this city, and have friends galore,
transacting business in Orlando yes who will be delighted to see them.
terday.Mr. and Mrs. John Couch are among Mr. Scruggs is the son of Mr. and They will deliver free any gift .
the recruits to the ranks of the Illinois Mrs. A .T. Scruggs, of this city who
and :Mrs. D. R. Ellerbe and the contingents having arrived on are numbered among the oldest and
baby arrived in Orlando yesterday Christmas eve from Bushnell, 111., and best citiiens. XMAS CIGARS MIRRORS
afternoon to spend Christmas with are again occupying their home on
Judge and Mrs.J. M. Cheney. the corner of South and Gunby. ---- "CANDIES BRUSHES

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I 2300 acres of unimproved I 1 i
pine land fine I{ McElroy'sI Pharmacy

truck and fruit land, big
A Brilliant Production of I
portion of it has clay I .
and marl sub'Soil. Siu- :

uate on County road

vrithin seven miles of .
By J.Hartley Manner Orlando.

The Createst Comedy of Youth in the English Language 54.40 an acre will buy I ,

With The Same Distinguished Cast,. and this tract and the propo- ORLANDO BANK & TRUST CO, .

REA MARTIN as "PEG" sition is a "cinch" as a

Mail orders accepted with proper remittance small investment. This
Seats on sale Tuesday, 9 a. m. at Butts price is for quick sale. J Extends it's kindly greetings and

PRICES: SOc, 75c $1.OO $1.50 If you want this land

I i call on genuine wish fcr a Merry Christmas

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Let HOME us do it for 3 ou. I and a Prosperous New Year 'to' it's
S.G.D olive & SonREAL
Miniature Orange box for $1.00 prepaid. <
10 lb. package for $1.35 prepaid; 20 Ib. package for 2.00

prepaid. ESTATENo. friends and patrons. .
Wright Seed CompanyPhone 3 WEST PINE STREET

Second Floor
179 206 So. Orange Ave. ,

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