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 27, 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
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oclc - 34297093
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Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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SEC. DANIlS[ ORDERS TWOCRUISERS Imposing Open For Presbyterian Services Today Church ''COMMISSIONfRS' -- APPROVE[

TO TAKE ACTION .. 0-. -., -. s } TRUSTttS' $$60,000 BONDS

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AMERICAN: LIVES Texas Governor Severely Re- ; K J- i Three REMOVED
1 kl4" JL Days' Handicap at C. C.

bukes Administration and Won by S. Y. Way, Who '

: NANCY [DAMAGED BY BORDMEN Says It Has Failed in 1.. i je ? Was "Dark Hor e"- FULFILLS REQUEST OF ATTORNEYSFrom

Many Respects !I Coach PleasedThe

Property Loss When German Now on No Technicalities
Houston, Tex., Dec. .-Governor Country Club golf handicap

Aircraft Invade Nancy- O. B. Colquitt, of Texas, in a state- : was featured by the burst of form County Treasurer's Bond

Other Activities ment here tonight, criticized the Wilson
administration as the greatest shown by S. Y. Way who developed Also Approved at Yes-

Reported failure in the history of the presi- I into a real "black horse" at the last terday's Session ,

dency. The governor said the administration's : moment and won the handicap han-
Washington, Dec. 26.-Secretary Determined to remove the last obstacle -
tariff law pledged to lower dily by turning in the fine score of
Daniels today ordered the cruisers
to the successful exploitationof
the cost of living has had a contray : 71. J. R. Yearby, C. B. Robinson and
Tennessee and North Carolina to take the
$600,000 Orange high-
effect, and that by putting raw mate- A. D. Mallory came second with 76, county
care of American lives and property bond issue before 1 the
way January
rials on the free list and keeping ,
pro- I all tying for honors in the second di-
threatened at Tripoli in Syria. Forty board of county commissioners met
tective tariff on manufactured goods, vision. J. L. Guernsey, Sr., and Louis
miles north of Beirut is where the ;
yesterday afternoon in
it condemned the American farmersby an adjournedmeeting
Dolive tied for third place with a
cruisers located.
two are Secretary I at the court house and
approved -
I the hundreds of thousands to of 77.
Daniels said today he had nothing except score
The Presbyterian church will be |lof the choir. the three trustees' bonds of
press reports on which to act, peonage and enabled the manufacturer S. Y. Way, by virtue of his victory,
but he has asked the commanders of in getting the raw material cheaper thrown open for worship today although -I The pastor, the Rev. Dr. John W. secures the Country Club golf I $20,000 respectively.The .

these Morgenthau vessels to co-operate at Constantinople.with Minister and to charge higher prices for it is not fully completed in Stagg, one of the most gifted and beloved and if he wins the next two handicapsthe cup I trustees whose bonds were approved -

several respects. The building is one pastors who ever came to Or- are: J. B. Steinmetz, ofVin-
which have done.
"Under naval regulations, he said, goods they cup will remain in his permanent '
"they are to use much discretion, but The administration's foreign policy I of the handsomest church edifices in lando, will deliver the address this possession. Director and Coach Da- ter Garden; W. II. Reynolds, of Orlando -

they have been instructed nevertheless has been imbecile, he said, and it has. this section of Florida. It is of the morning, the subject of his sermon vidson expressed himself last night and J. II. Sadler, of Oak-

to exercise the utmost care in allowed England to dictate conditionsas Spanish! mission style and true to the being "Citizenship in the City of land. The $20,000 bonds furnished to
well with the three
their actions, but always with a view as being pleased
to protection of Americans and Amer- to cotton shipments to European type.Work God." days handicap. The scores are as follows each individual, aggregating $60,000,
ican interests." countries and enabled the English on the beautiful' structurewas was given by the Fidelity and Deposit -

Daniels has asked Captain Oman of spinners to rob the American cotton commenced in August and under Program for Opening of Presbyterian : company; and those bonding the
Church Gross II'cap NetS.
the North Carolina and Decker Today.
of the Tennessee to report Captain the exact -- growers of half the value of their the hand of Frank Hyers, super- Morning service: Y. Way ___________ 89 18 71 depositories to the trustees were fur-
facts. crop. intendent of construction, has pro- J. R. Yearby __uuu 81 8 76 nished by the National Surety com-

gressed rapidly. The interior is plaii Christmas prelude (Reginald Bar- C. B. Robinson _u____ 90 14 76 pany and the Royal Indemnity com-
lie said after
English spinners secured ret), Miss Roberta Branch at the or- A. D. Mallory u_____ 86 10 76 .
Birdmen Wreck Property their usual supply of cotton at but impressive and very imposing.The J. L. Guernsey, Sr____ 91 14 77 pany.

Paris over, Dec.the 26.-A French German town of dirigibleflew Nancy I I six and a half cents and stored it in choir loft is noted for its beau- gan.Doxology.. Louis Dolixe _________ 83 6 77 AH members of the board were,

this morning and dropped fourteen Texas and other Southern ware- tiful acoustic properties, declared to Invocation. Dr. J. W. Stagg _u___ 86 8 78 present, including the trustees and
bombs. The bombs killed two be perfect. It will comfortably seat Scripture reading. Frank D. Guernsey __. 83; 8 81 those interested. In approving tFJF
per- houses, England consented to declare Solo Sancta Maria (J. Faure), Irs. J. Barnes ___________ 99 18 81
sons and wounded several others and 800 persons. Its cost was about $17- Forrest Dabney Carr. trustees' bonds the last and final request
caused cotton a contraband, and our govern- Carl Dann _uu______ 90 8 82
,, great property damage. ment weakly submitted to England's 000.The Prayer. Judge T. P. Warlow _. 95 12 8'J: of Dillon, Thompson & Clay, of

dictaion, playing into the hands of seats are of red gum finishedin Offertory, (a) Bach Aria for the W. II. Stead _uuu__ 97 14 83 New York, attorneys for the Hoehler,
German Raid by Aero G String (Wilhelmi), Miss Susan
A. C. Hart ___________114 :30: 84
London, Dec. 26.-German aerial English spinners and betraying Amer- walnut, and the eight beautiful Dyer; (b) 0, Saviour of the World! Col. B. Drew ________ 103 18 85 Cummings & Prudden company, of
raids causing death to ten civilians ican growers as completely as if this windows are the product of the (Harold Moore), Mrs. Carr, Mr. S. K. Guernsey _uu- 96 16 80 Toledo, 0., the bond purchasers, was

and wounding three score more were country were England's vassal state. Jacoby Art Glass company, of St. Scales and Choir. C. Lawton ___________100 18 82 fulfilled. All the technicalities and
carried out today in widely separated Sermon, Good Will Towards Men
Louis. A L. II. Gedge __ __ _
The figure of the Good Shep- Uh- h legal steps required are settled and
In Wilson-Bryan of Dr.
sections of the war area. Russian management I Stapg.
Paul C. _
McNeil ___ __ __
Poland the German air fleet dropped the Mexican affair has been an egregious herd embellishes the central north Benediction. u u the receipt of the bonds alone_____ remainsto _n______

%a bomb upon the already ruined town failure, he said in fact, the window, while the corresponding win- Postlude, Fugue to 3rd Sonata I complete the preliminaries. The
of .,Soc acoew and killed eight per- (Mendelssohn), Miss Roberta Branch.
sending of an expeditionary force to : dow to the south bears a picture of bonds are expected the latter part of
sons. More than fifty were wounded. Evening service:
Most of the casualties occurred amonga Vera Cruz to force a salute from Jesus in keeping with the verse, "I Organ, Hail Bright Abode "Tann- \Voofter, dean of the school I January. The money received from

crowd which had flocked into the Huerta and not getting it had set the am the true vine." hauser" (Richard Wagner), Miss Roberta of education at the University of the bond sale will be deposited in various -
main street to witness the passing Mexicans aflame against the Ameri The church is heated by a hot air Branch. county banks.
Several fired. Georgia, and who was granted leave
flyers. buildings were a
cans not only in Mexico but north of furnace; the aisles are wide and spa Prayer, Dr. Stagg. of absence for one for research The $65,000 bond of J. II. Tucker
Scripture reading. i year
the Rio Grande where cious; the doors are fitted with minia- I county treasurer, furnished by the
Was Fight in German Bay ten Mexicansto Remarks by Dr. Stagg. work in Europe, is stopping at the
Berlin, via Sayville L. I.. Dec. 26.- one American live. ture windows and the lighting is ex Lord Who Dwelleth on High (Hanj Windermere. When the American Surety company of New

The admiralty reports today that on Wilson and Bryan 'charges,have cellent.M. j I del) Mrs. Magruder and Choir. I war broke York was also approved by the bo:
December 25th there was a fight; with S. King, who has a notable Ave Maria (Ch. Gounod), Mrs. For- : out in distressed Europe he returnedto of commissioners. td
British ships which made a dash intoa stood by encouraging one gang of rep- rest Dabney Carr; violin obligato, Mr.Fritz America and came directly to county Following
utation as a designer, is the architect.The this action the board
German bay. Hydro-aeroplanes bandits after another while the peo- Hauer.I Florida the most peaceful and con- adjourned. ,
conveyed by them advanced againstthe ple are being butchered all over Mexico Yowell-Duckworth building the Will Magnify Thee, 0 God, My tented state in the
mouths of German rivers and and vast American interests in Grand theatre, and other well known King (C. II. Llodlrs.) Magruder, country. Professor POLICE COURT YESTERDAY
dropped bombs on anchored ships and Mrs. Demming. Mr. Cheney, Mr. Woofter is a close personal friendof
structures have come from his able
the gas works near Cuxhaven with- that country are being confiscated, Blackman and Choir. George E. Nolan, cashier of the -
out hitting anything or doing any and today Mexico is in a chaos worse and gifted pen. Offertory Andante (Ch. de Beriot), Orlando Bank and Trust Fine record, isn't it?
damage. The hydroplanes when fired : than any time since Madero was as- The building committee consists of Mr. Fritz Hauer. company, as Drunk-Ben Redding, arrested by
at withdrew in an easterly direction. There Were Shepherds (Bruce they were classmates at the Univer-
I sassinated. \V. R. O'Neal, chairman; Alfred Bum- I Officer Broom; fined $5.
Miss sity of Nashville.
King), llcQuatersIr.. Cheney
French in Geman Territory by, Phillip Slemons, J. D. Barnes, andS. and Choir. I Drunk and fighting-Mack Gilvary,

Paris, Dec. 26.-French forces have E. Ives, Jr. The furnishings suchas O Divine Redeemer (Ch. Gounod), arrested by Officer Denton; fined $1 lf.

pressed forward into German territory HERE FROM WASHINGTON carpet pulpit effects and other }Ir. Forrest Dabney Carr. 38 I Drunk-Joe Wright, arrested by ,
within eight miles Muelhausen decorations, are being given by thLadies' e Saviour of the World (Harold AT DINNER Officer Broom; fined $5.
in their drive against the Moore), Mrs. Carr Mr. Scales and
Rhine fortifications. upper Aid Society of which, Mrs. S. Choir. j 1 i _____ Drunk and fighting-James Demj ,

Unofficial statements report the I.. S. Perkins Visiting Brotherat E. lies, Jr., is the chairman. Miss O Loving Father (Terasa del Rie- John key Was Visited Rela- I arrested by Officer Broom; fined $10.

French gunners have battered a pathup Pine Castle-Will Address Roberta Branch is the organist, and go), Miss Ilhlburn. by Drunk-G. B. Addison, arrested by
to the outer works of the Metz Mr. Forrest Dabney Carr the director Intermission. tives at His Home on Winter -
forts to the northwest of Poit-a- Board Trade Jan. -I Ion "The Shepherd's Vision." Officer Carter; fined $5.

Mousson, which worts they now are Discussed QuestionMr. SERVICES AT OTHEI CHL'RCHES TODAY Garden RoadChristmas Drunk-II. C. Hall, arrested by Officer -

reported to be shelling.CONVENTION Christian and )Iis iotariliance every member be present. Bogarth; fined $5.

Meets at 22 West Pine street Public worship Drunk-E. E. Stevens, arrested by
E. D. M. Perkins, the merchant every at 11 a. m. and 7:30
OF OSTEOPATHS Sunday. p. m. :Morning subject, "A Good Mr. John Ivey, for sixty years a Officer Broom; fined $5.
CLOSES prince of Pine Castle, was in the city Sunday school at 20 and preach- Rr.ce-How to Make It." of
Subject resident of
county and for Drunk-H. Stewart, arrested by Of-
at 3:30
yesterday accompanied by his brother p. m. evening sermon, "Retrospective and
The convention of the Florida Oste- Mr. L. S. Perkins, who will be You are cordially invited to bring: Prospective." eighty years a citizen of the state, ficer Broom; fined $5.;

opathic Association, held at the San pleasantly remembered by old timersas your children to these services. B. Y. P. U. meeting at C:30 p. m.; celebrated Christmas by having all Drunk and disturbing the peace-
Juan hotel yesterday, closed its session Ladies' prayer meeting at 3 p. m. Mr. Eugene Reid president.! the living members of his family :Mon Thomason, arrested by Officer
last night. Dr. N. S. Berry, of one of the leading quill drivers on each Wednesday, and general prayer: Prayer and fellowship meeting on
gather at the old home
the Win Peel fined
Tampa, president; Dr. Grace Miller, The Sentinel twenty-odd years ago. and praise meeting each Thursday Wednesday, 7:30 p. m., in the Chris- on ; $5.
of Clearwater. secretary and treasurer Mr. Perkins is now living in Washington evening.Rev. ., tian Alliance hall. ter Garden road, for a family reunion. Drunk-Frank West, arrested by
and Dr. DeWitt Lightsy, of Bar- and ,. D. E. Bedinger will supply as If you have no church home here, The forenoon was spent in "visiting" Officer Carter; fined $5.
tow vice-president were the officers does not have to hustle astor for the present. Come and come and be at home with us. Attentive with each other, some of the Fighting-Mary Boozer, arrestedby
elected for next 'ear. Palatka will half as hard as in the days of long hear him. ushers! and all seats free.
the 1915 convention. A he What Christian and Missionary Al- children not having been home for Officer Gollins; fined $5.
probably get ago, as gets his pay from "Uncle i Methodist Church I
resolution was passed yesterday Sam," being in the pension depart- iance means: I''! Rev. J. B. Ley, pastor. years. A bountiful picnic dinner was Using profane language and disturbing

which was unanimously endorsed by ment. the 1st. We make Christian character: Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.; C. E. spread at noon to the family, consist- the peace-Charles Swick, arrested -
test of .
the assocaition favoring the teachingof fellowship.2nd.
Howard superintendent. ing of five sons, five daughters and Officer Broom
by fined
On We undenominational ;
sex hygiene by a trained teacherin January, Mr. L. S. Perkins, are not
Preaching 11
'but: interdenominational.3rd. at a. m. and 7:30 p. their families. Twenty-one grand- Other cases: I. C. Stringer
the public schools. Dr. Meacham, who has been writing letters to The m.. by the pastor. arrested -
"of N. C. made address We believe in addition children visited Mr. this Christmas
Asheville an Sentinel not Epworth Ivey by Commisisoner S. A. John-
under the League at 6:30 J.
i 1 pen name of"Sigma" subtraction. p. m.;
last night at the San Juan on "The I \. Burden president. and in all thirty-eight membersof son for riding bicycle on the side-
.Rule of the Artery Is Supreme," and concerning a division of 4th. We are working for the betterment I ,
at the Grand theatre Dr. Mason Florida, will address the Board of of society.5th. day Prayer evening.meeting at 7:30, Wednes-I the family were at the gathering.In walks, fined $1; Mr. Routhier, arrested -

Pressley delivered a short talk on his Trade: A letter from him in We invite you to come withus I the afternoon various games con- by Officer Peel for running auto
experiences in the European war this issue of The appears I' and we will do you good. j I Christian Science tributed to the pleasure of the occa- without light, fined $1; W. K. Schultz,
zones. Dr. Pressley was in Europebut Sentinel on page 2. 6th. We are especially interested Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. Services -
was forced to return to America The address which he will deliver be- :In home and foreign missions. This at 11 a. m.; subject, "Christian sion.Mr. arrested by Officer Peel for exceeding -

when war was declared. fore the Board of Trade will deal iranch has supported one missionary : Science." Wednesday evening meet- Ivey, who is in his eightiethyear the speed limit, fined $10, and

with a division of Florida. ;n China for the past eight years, and ins, 7:43.; Third floor, corner South is a native Floridian, and talks John Doe, arrested by Officer Peel fort
would like to make it two for the next Orange avenue and Church street. most interestingly of the time < the
when exceeding speed limit fined
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hildebrant returned ight. We Entrance on Church street. $10. ;
now trying to for
yesterday from a few days George D. Pollock, of Atlanta mr meeting place at 22-26 West pay: Pine Unitarian Church sixty years ago, he and his father,

\isit to St. Cloud where they attendedthe brother-in-law of a <;street this city, and if you have any (Corner Central Ave. and West St.) with their families, made the wagon THE WEATHER

nineteenth wedding anniversary George E. Xolan, of the Lord's money that you would Rev. Eleanor E. Gordon, minister. trip from Hamilton county to this vicinity Florida: Cloudy with probably local
spent Christmas day with hun and like to give towards this debt send ito Dr. Pressley will speak Sunday -(
where he has lived
of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Squires.Ir.. Mrs. Nolan. lie will return to Atlanta Mrs. Emily G. Anderson our treasurer morning at 11 o'clock from the subject ever rains today and Monday.
Squires is cashier First National and will "The of the At that time there were only two
of the this evening. While in Orlandohe you get credit on her Temple Soul.
bank of St. Cloud. Mr. and The Sentinel book and in Heaven. "Whatsoever a New Year's reception at Unity or three families living in the neighborhood Miss Nannie Sias, of Rochester, N.
paid visit.
.. Mrs. Hildebrant were very much sur- a man-Gal.soweth 6:7. that shall he also reap." 31.Chapel Thursday evening, December of Orlando, the mails were Y. an aunt of Mrs. W. K. Curry's, is

prised at the rapid upbuilding of St. Mrs. Clark and daughter Miss Romaine First Uaptist Church: I, Catholic Church carried through the country on horse- visiting here, and Prof. A. B. Sias,

Cloud, yet their hearts are with Or- Clark and Miss Ethel Dixon, (At the Lucerne) I Mass at 7 and 10 a. m. back, once each week, and all com- also of Rochester, is visiting a brother -
lando. Rev. Edward T. Poulson, D. D., No evening service.St. munication with the outside world at Ocoee. ;
of Pittsburg, are stopping at the
San pastor.A I Luke's CathedralThe was by way of Sanford (then called
Juan. Their many friends in Orlandoare most hearty invitation is ex-I Very Rev. H. I:. Mellenville the
Remsen, dean. ), trip to that place be- II. II. Williams and
family of Wau
TilE ROUND TABLE tended ,
TONIGHT delighted to see them. the public to worship with us. j First Sunday after Christmas: St.John's .
The pastor will be glad to sen.eou day. ing usually made by ox team, requir- seon, Ohio, are here for the winter

as friend and minister please make ': The ing two or three days for the round and Lake
The Round Table will meet ; Holy Communion, 7:30 a. m. are living on Butler.
Sunday Yes, today's Sunday, yesterday was yourself known to him. trip.
Morning and
evening at Unity Chapel; subject for prayer Sunday school,
the evening: "The Need of a Juvenile Saturday, the day before was Christ- Sunday school at 9:30 a. m.; Mr. i I:45 a. m. Souvenir folder of Orlando
Court in Orlando." Judge Warlow mas, and tomorrow Monday.. Were Samuel A. Newell superintendent. The Holy Communion and sermon, 24
will the discussion. Santa Claus will be present with his 11 a. m. Mrs. J. W. Vestal is ill at her homeon views for 15 cents; two for 25 cents.
t open iyou confused?
annual "treat" for the school. Let' Evening prayer, 7:30 p. m. Hughey street. :Ju.tia & G':; aJ, Orange avenue.

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LETTERS TO THE SENTINEL Eat what you want. 1 r-
l@STESfaSTESli@5JESlitaSTES!!@STESJiB; STESfa STESJ!@STESj Eat all you want. !
Washington, D. C., Dec. 21, 1914. Take For sale a postscript by all druggist and forget it. I The 1aJt
Editor of The Orlando Sentinel: l-7-d&w.ljT
Merry ChristmasA It was to be foreseen that my sug- i I OF CLEANLINESS! OF QUALITY

gestion as to a division of Florida Don't wait for every one in town to OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
Happy New YearIn C/3 into two states, published a few have Entrican the painter before FRESH AND SALT MEATS |
weeks ago, would stir up all sorts of you try. Am too tmsy! to look you
up. Phone 636, and I will be on the Kept under the best sanitary conditions r .
discussion, and bring forth many
H opinions, for and against. There are job. 1-20-ti Everything screened aW8)from the flies and kept fresh
wI extending the greetings of the season, vi arguments against, as well as for, Eat all you wan.. and pure.
this proposition, but I believe the Eat what you want. We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We hs *;t
I we wish to express our gratitude for the lib- Take a postscript and forget it.
"ayes have, it" by a large majority. For sale by all druggists.- rythintr in the Meat Line
eral support accorded us during the past South Florida, as laid off on the l-7-d&w-lyr H.: j\dC. Self & Co.
G: L lines suggested near twenty-ninth
year. We have striven to please, and have parallel, would be as large as South Just received a big shipment of | rilONENO. 80 PINE STREET
fireworks of all kinds at Rock5s Bak-
m Carolina, two and a half times the
made your every wish our pleasure. In return size Maryland:: more than three ery. 24-2t

times the size of New ,j
you have given us a patronage that has Hampshire TEN ACRES overlooking Orlando;
more than four times as large as New all cleared; fine land; good home
repaid our every effort, and in soliciting a Jersey, and about as large as West site. $2,000. H. McDaniel.. Phone rl
Virginia, Conecticut and Delaware 708.
continuance of your support, we promise for rolled into one. In other words, a Hammond Gore
state of very respectable size.
the future an even better service, if possible, m No one familiar with conditions' SANDBO
there doubts that the main growth of FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMIRS. I
than we have given in the past. % Florida is now south of the twenty-
Two Compression Starter
m ninth parallel, and those who know REAL VALUES LOW PRICES
=toIB ;= its past history and its present opportunities -
4' L4ET and resources may well MADE ESPECIALLY FOR FORDS COMPARE

decade advance will the prophecy see more that growth the next of Will Start Any That .

E TES P PH ARMA Y YV. wealth the northward and population of that degree there than of lati-to Can be Cranked< OUR FURNITURE I

tude. A thousand useful and tender One sharp pull from the I B been We accepted provide by the knowing quality i furniture furniture buyers that has as long tht.I

products that flourish in South Flor- seat turns the engine over standard of merit. If an article is here it is good.It .
W. ESTES, Proprietor ida in ordinary winters could not at two compressions. II wouldn't be here were it otherwise. We can't make
ten all be trusted to remain without shel- this point too clear-it i is one of the foundation stonesof
ter through the winter in northern Thai uQUEER SHAPED W3EEL" this business, and that means much to any buyer. ,
t PHONES Florida, which has a cool, bracing cli- Does It. I I I
mate like that of Alabama.The .
,aratr.w*' '7 southern central portion, run- See the Sandbo ,
ning through :Marion: Lake, Seminole,
61 and 95 Cor. Orange and Church SI., Orlando Fla.
&i Orange and Polk counties southward,

I Ri \ must winter ever homes remain and the gardens ideal locationfor owingto FORD GARAGE I .! :: t Jr

the healthful, equable climate in ,
1 ,sTF..slf|[@SrESliBSrESllaSTESlia, STESJIa, STESUB(( STESa|; STES both summer and winter, the lovely 4:
lakes and the good soil, and it will I
continue to produce, as in the past,
the best orange and grapefruit varieties -
known to the markets of the
THE CHASE & CO world. During ten summers' spent
there I never suffered with the -heatas COOK WITH GAS

I PACKING HOUSE Ai ORLANDOIs I have here, and never heard of a r
case of sunstroke in Florida during
modern, fully equipped with the best up-to- that time. In August in this climate
date machinery, and gives the citrus grower the many people die of heat, and now
PROPER PACKING they are breaking their bones by fall
FIRST AID 1O ing on slippery pavements here, and 1. Convenience 6. Speed
'", HIGHEST PRICES dying of pneumonia and bronchitis by

which, however, would not accomplish the end desiredby the dozens.me 2. Comfort 7. Efficiency

the grower, if he did not also have available the services very name, South Florida, 8.
of :; ....0: would "gild refined gold and paint the 3. Cleanliness Safety
lily," for it would intensify the long
THE CHASE & CO ing of the ice bound denizens of the 4. Simplicity 9. Perfect Regulation
North for a winter home in that sun-
. SALES AND DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM ny land, and would add value to every of Heat

which, with selling forces thoroughly organized, 'ixpe- acre in that section. 5. Accessibility 10. Economy
Some people, of course, are afraid
and reliable.
rienced, competent
that it will add to their taxes. So
GIVES THE GROWER it would, but it would also add to
HIGHEST AVERAGE NET RESULTS their taxable basis, and give a big
profit in the transaction. What 9. PERFECT REGULATION OF HEAT
states, once divided, have tried to
GROVERS'IARKETING AGENTS unite again? What person, interested With a Gas Range the heat can be regulated to desired
in the power and glory of the any
CHASE & COMPANYMain South, would not be proud to have degree by simply turning the valve on or off. This is time bothin

Office, Jacksonville, Florida two more representatives in the the oven or with the "top burners"and means not only thata
9-30-d&w A. R. BOGUE, Agent, Orlando, Fla. United States senate from that sec-
tion? The creation of new congres- vast amount of labor and annoyance is saved but also that

would sional also districts give rising for the young new lawyersa state your cooking is always sure to be "just right" and better than if s

.HH..n 1111..1..1" M i IM M .-MHMMi. lilltl chance to go to congress.An cooked on an uncertain wood or oil stove.
attempt to make Orlando the
capital of Florida in its present shape Just try it out and see what a difference it makes.
REAL ESTATEWe would array against Orlando nearlyall
of the northern portion of the
state. This idea, suggested by Mr.
H. W. Fillman, in a recent issue of
-- your paper, might be called "non-
sensicall" did not common courtesy ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO.
buy d sell all classes and kinds of Real Estate.If forbid the use of such an epithet in a

discussion.Mr. .
you want to buy or sell the earth it will pay you to call friendly
Fillman criticises the senti-
and talk your wishes over with us. ments of :Mr.: Mahlon Gore. Whoever GAS DEPARTMENT
that gentleman may be, and what-
The manager of this firm has had years of exper- ever may be his present age and his 1
past history or ability as a worker
ience dealing in Florida investments, having sold over a for the best interests of' Florida, he

can not live long enough to accom-
million dollars worth of Florida Real Estate in the last
plish what Mr. Gore has done for the

two years. upbuilding For forty years of that:Mr.state Gore and has section.given Tile Florida a Real E Estate & JllvestMellt C Co.

We are well posted on the value of all classes and the was best good that as the was best in him anywhere(and )that to

kinds of Florida property. We want listed with us all the advancement of the cause, and
the ineffaceable signs of his good
bargains in Real Estate, and we want customers for Real I work is to be seen today all over Capital 850,000. Fully Paid Up.

Estate Bargains. Orange county, and indeed all through
South Florida. If half of the peoplehe Incorporated In Florida; Therefore Under Slate Control,
has brought to Florida through his
efforts of tongue and pen were allowed
to vote they would speedily settle the
question of a South Florida in favorof
'WARING REAL ESTATE COMPANYR. Orlando as the capital, a town

which he, more than any other man, invitation
has made what it is today. extend a cordially to investors and

D. WAKING, Manager near An equitable satisfying division all factions would, comt and WE Property-Holders to call at our office, to learn

Rooms 4 and Watkins Block Phone No. 6311115tf hasten the recognition of Orlando as the most progressive and conservative methods.To .
pre-eminently the site for a Florida

capital. There is no healthier spot protect your interests this Company aside ot hei
anywhere social conditions are almost -
... ....,. .11. . ._. . . . . . . .. ; ideal; let's all pull together and financial strength, give Bank Guarantee whenever our
make Orlando the capital of South
NOTICE----- Dr BuckmasterOSTEOPATH Florida! clients demand it. Enquiries by mail promptly an
All automobile and occupation license SIGMA.
taxes have been overdue since swered.
October 1st. This is to notify all delinquents -
to pay said license tax on The railroads are making system-
or before December 25th; that those atic efforts to advertise Florida. The HENRY BENEDICT, PresidentOffice
remaining delinquent at that time Graduate of Kirksville railroads are wise and Florida will be
will be informed against in the crim-
wise if her business men cooperatewith
inal court of record.J.
F. GORDON, 132 S. Orane Avenue the railroads more heartily in over Peoples National Bank. Phone 570A
Sheriff of Orange County. the development of this state.Tarpon -
12-15 to 12-25C I ABOVE PEOPLES BANK PHONE 578 Progressive.


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A Beautiful

Karl Khul to Make Aeroplane Flights i| There are still large areas in Pan- The Star was much gratified yes- ,
at the Seminole County Fair : .ama that are unexplored and un- terday evening to receive a visit from :'
PLACE CHEAP' One of the great attractions of the known. Mr. C. :M.: Rogers of Daytona. Mr. i i GRANDTOMORROW
Seminole county fair will be the aero- j All over the world 67 people die Rogers is well)) remembered by many I
plane flights that will take place each j every minute, or 96,480 every day. people of this city, of which he was a''j!
day over the city and lake and will be The ants in South America have resident with his parents, :Mr.: and I
1-4 of mile outside absolutely free to everybody. Another been known -construct a tunnel Mrs. D. D. Rogers, twenty years ago. I
pleasing feature is the fact that three miles in length. After leaving Ocala, :Mr.: Rogers fin-
city limits. 11 acres the young aviator who will make Warships taking refuge in a neu- ished the study of his profession
.thee; flights will be an Orlando boy tral port are liable to be 'disarmed civil engineering and put in a num-
of all goodbearingbeautiful !who has taken up aviation and madea after twenty-four hours. ber of years' work in its practice inNew "
grove, remarkable success. Any one who China's new mines are exporting York and other northern states.
has lived in Orlando during the past about five tons of tungsten each: Ten years ago he returned to Flor-
ten or twelve years will remember month to Japan at abotu $-100 a ton. ida, to help build the great Florida I
lake frontage. Five Karl Kuhl who since flying machines A gum has been discovered in large East Coast extension, and that work George Ivleine special feature complete in
have come into vogue has talked of quantities in the Malay peninsula that finished settled down in his boyhood two parts.
room cottage, hard- nothing else and his parents could yields from 10 to 20 per cent pure: I home in Daytona, where he finds more I
never get him to do anything else be- rubber. than enough to keep him busy. His
wood. sides making aeroplanes and flying Tests by an eastern railroad have father one of the East Coast's vet-
machines and in despair they finally shown that its green switch targetsare eran surveyors: and engineers, is stir )
allowed him to take a course in avia- more easily seen if painted with hale and hearty, a resident of Daytona 'BRONCHO BILLY TRAPPED;
$6,500 tion under some of the best at Hemp- a white border.A I. but Mrs. Rogers, a noble ann
stead and other schools and now he new fireproof building material lovely lady, well)) remembered by
has invaded the field and bids fairto from Switzerland is made by com- I. many of our people, has passed t. An Essanay Drama featuring )Ir. G. M. An-
Colonial Hills AttractivenessIs become one of the best in the busi- pressing Portland cement and asbes- her reward. The elder daughter, :Miss derson.
Attracting Attention ness. He has been.flying at all the tos fiber into blocks. Josie :Rogers, is a practicing physi-
big meets in the North and also the i According to some language stu- cian in New Jersey, and the younger,
fairs throughout the South this sea- i dents Irish brogue is the ancient way :Miss: Mabel, for several years a stu-
son, and recently made some fine of pronouncing English, preserved in dent in our high school, is now prin- LOVE
CARL DANNNEIL flights at Live Oak and Ocala and its purity by residents of the Emerald cipal of the Daytona school. The POUND"
other points in Florida.-Sanford younger brother Walter, a successful
I Isle.The '
Herald. clerk of the recorder's court in young business man in Orlando. Mr. An Edison comedy.
:Mill: Valley, Cal., recently filed the Rogers was here on business for Day-
WINDERMERE NEWS following case: "George Washingtonvs. tona people who have interests in this
McDUFFEE He finds Ocala improved
The date of the formal opening of Christopher Columbuslandlord'saction county. greatly -
to recover rent." in twenty years and praises it HEAR
Rossmore Inn will be Tuesday, December -
29th. William Lockhart, of New Vine- highly. lie found a number of old
Contractor and Builder
II. T. Brigham met with a painful yard, :Me.: has a birch bark basket friends, all of whom were very gladto "THAT ORCHESTRA"5c
Bungalows a Specialty accident Saturday while out trolling supposed to have been made by Hanna see him. He left for home byway
Arcade Building. Orlando in his launch. His line caught in the Susup, the wife of the Indian Pier- of Orlando this afternoon.-Ocala
shaft and ended by embedding the pole who lived in the Farmington Star, 24th.P.HCEL .
hook in his finger to such an extent section when the white men first set- lOc
BEST SELECT OYSTERS. 50c. QuartTheWaldeckerFishCo that Dr. Christ had to use X-ray in tled there.H. POST PACKAGES TO
finding the barb which had lodged in M. Hancock, of Waco, Tex., 81 FRANCE
the bone. years old, has a third set of teeth. -.---
FOR FISH AND OYSTERS Rossmore Inn purchased a seven lie went to a dentist to have three Postmaster McLean yesterday received Tuesday
passenger Studebaker this week upper front teeth removed because the following notice:
Phone No. 5. 206 Boone StreetP.
which will be used from Orlando to they were causing him pain. The "Parcel post packages are now
M. and W. O. COX Windermere.The dentist found that they were being mailable to any place in France except DANIEL FROHMAN
.j 10-23-tf Misses Peters and Beasly Mr. replaced by three sound, well)) formednew those in the department of the _
Henry Miner and Mr. Dave New motored teeth. Aisne, Ardennes Aube, Haute-Marne:: I PRESENTS
". --------- -- --- over Sunday from Ocoee. Haute-Saonne-Marne, Meuel, Meurtheet
On Christmas eve the Windermere In all parts of Florida it is cane Moselle)) Meuse, Nord, Oise, Pas-
Christmas Sunday school will celebrate with exercises grinding time--a season which bringsso de-Calais, Seine et Marne Somne, May Irwin
and a big tree. Every.one is much pleasure to the young people and Vosges.: For the present parcel
cordially invited to attend. i along with profit to the farmer. The post packages addressed for deliveryin
Almost Hereof i best syrup in the world is that made the departments named should not The great comedienne in her greatest success
Plant City is backed by hundredsof in the sugar cane growing states of be accepted for mailing.
prosperous farmers who are not I the South, and more of it should be (Signed) "Joseph Stewart, "Mrs. Black is Back."
J. only making a good living, but improving produced in Florida Tarpon Leader. "2nd Asst. Postmaster General.

Give us your order for their properties and savingsome I A Paramount Production in Four Parts.
PLUM PUDDING money. There is nothing that I! The commissioners of state institutions Arcadia now wants a new city hail.o .
RAISINS makes a city so permanent as a pro- i are to erect a hospital at Chat- -
I DATES gressive farming population.PlantCity i tahoochee for insane tubercular pa, There is a new square meshed veil-
. FIGSSons. Courier. tients. ing that is very much liked.
,i>t I

carry a full line of Xmas eat-

ables. B. D. WIENENGA, Prop.

Send a Box of Fruit to your friends.
Only $1.35 express prepaid east of Livery, Draying and HaulingWE
Rocky Mountains.
Giva us your order now.



and Mrs. Wm. Chase Temple request the honor of
flew Modem Grocem

the presence of all their friends, acquaintances and well- Country Driving for Eight or Ten Solicited

Phone 200 wishers at a reception and dance, to be given in honor of HORSES FOR SALE

MR. and MRS. ADELBERT WILLIAM MASON, at the 'Phone 257. Orlando, Florida
6 and 8 East Pine St.

New Seminole Hotel], Winter Park, Fla., on New Year's Eve-

ORLANDO i Reception from 8 to 9 o'clock. Dancing from 9 till 11.

Refreshments 11 to 12. At the will be
midnight new year
Merry Xmas From the Delicatessen -

PLUMBING CO welcomed by resuming dancing, which will continue so longas ManIn

,. any dancers remain.
the ru.h of Holiday Shopping don't sorry about Lunch. I have always on
26 WEST PINE STREET hand a stock of all kinds of Cooked"' foods.
,"That Grand Orchestra"will furnish the music. Mr.
PHONE 122 Lillard and Mis Washington will present an entirely new VEAL PEPPER HASH

dance as one of the numbers on the program; Miss List of R. TRI SHHR MR. J. E. MCHGLSOVS
. Best Plumbing at Low-
Winter Park, a pupil of "The Castles," will also present a Phone 26 Bakery
est PricesWe
number of the very latest dance creations of the famous
are not in the combine.
SLAUTER'S latest inventions usedon "Castle House".

Plumbing all first-class ConstrucionReal In order to avoid the bare possibility of omitting froman Don't Buy Gimcracks for

invitation list a single one of their friends and well- Christmas PresentsVarious

wishers, Mr. and Mrs. Temple have taken this method of
Estate. Bought fancy articles made of plush, celluloid, leather,
inviting through the press instead of by card, and sincerely brass or even silver, and known to the trade as "Holiday
and Sold. that I Goods." are made simply for show and have no practical
hope everyone desiring to do honor to the young mar-
. value In these of and ed
------- or utility. days war straighter
City Building Lots, $100; $1.00-cash-- ried daughter of the house of Temple will come and aid themin finance you ought to spend your Chaistmas money siseiy.

and $1.00 per week buys a Lot starting a very Ha)py New Year together. A great book, a nice picture. a musical instrument or talk-
RENTS COLLECTED ing machine. a box of fine stationery, a hundred copper

Notary Work Promptly and Neatly plate engraved calling cards, fountain pens, supplies for
Done. the writing desk at the office or in the home, these and
-- I many other articles in our stock make Christmas gifts that

N. P. HATCHER : prove useful and bring joy and comfort the whole year

ORLANDO FLORIDA i i ii through. Do your Christmas buying early and buy;wiselv.

i b Office at Pinehurst Park W. S. BRANCH,
P. O. Box 281
k PHONE= 405 10-8-lm The Arcade Book and Music Store

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THE DAILY ORLANDO SOCIETY I in the Grand show later. They then I .
This is For i..
(Continued from page 5)) returned for tea and enjoyed. cardsin
South Florida SentinelMORNING the evening ice cream and cake be- I
Irvin Dunn and Mr. Wooten distrib-
ing served the guests before the closeof
AND WEEKLY uted dolls play houses, blocks, toy i
W. M. GLENN ... ......... ....Editor 'urniture, horns sticks of peppermint a most perfect day.
W. C. ES8INGTON .. .Cu.int. Muiaccr candy, etc., all causing much merri- Civic League SPECULATORSFour[
-- The Woman's Civic
ment. This delightful hotel will givean League of Or-
Entered at the toffice at Orlando. Florida lando will hold its regular I
as Second Claw Mail Matter. informal dance Wednesday monthly
evening and during the winter season meeting Monday, December 28, at 4 .

Daily. 1 Year SUBSCRIPTION.............RATES........... $5.00 will have the orchestra twice a week o'clock at the Episcopal Chapter I p
Daily. 6 Month ...................... 2.60 for these dances for the entertain- House. All members of the board
Daily. 3 Months ...................... 1.25 ment of the guests.At I please meet at 3 o'clock. :
Daily. 1 Month ....................... .50tfeekly. < the WyomingThe Rehearsal Tuesday lots on Colo

1 Year ...........n.....:..:.. $LOO Wyoming guests also enjoyeda I I The Mendelssohn Choral will hold
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN Christmas tree, having theirs on its regular rehearsal on Tuesday nial Drive within 300
ADVANCETO Christmas eve. Mr. Jim Calder took I night at the Presbyterian lecture 1 I
ADVERTISERS: the part of Santa Claus, and caused room. All members are urged to be feet of Colonial Hills
much laughter by his funny presentation present, as these last rehearsals be- NEVIYEAR[ GifTS
Copy for display and all other hand-met :ore the giving of "Hiawatha" are
advertising must be handefl in at the buineujSier speeches.At Kome Inn" very important.Mr. I where lots are priced
ef the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m. ,
Another hotel tree enjoyed and Mrs. Mahlon Gore EntertainA
was on I
the day before publication. applies
t invariable and will be strictly adhered to. on East Church street, the attractive evening by Mr. and :Mrs. Mahlon\ I i
Subscriber 7ebiring< The Sentinel discontinued little daughter of the hostess repre-i, Gore at "Sioux Villa," their attractive j lot. If taken
should notify the office in writing on senting St. Nick and giving out the I home on Lucerne Circle twelve being per
the date of expiration otherwise it will be to each present. After leaving the '
presents one. diningroom
continued until notice at to the stop regular is received.subscription rates Johnson's Open House I the guests were shown to the : within ten days the :

Telephone Numb-r ...................... 24 Commissioner S. A. Johnson and library where a beautiful tree held I I
Mrs. Johnson kept open house on gifts for each of the party.;! Those is $800 for
price only
SUNDAY.__, _DECEMBER_ __ u ___27_,_1914._ Christmas and received friends allay present besides Mr. and Mrs. Mahlon i
who wished them merry, merry Gore were Mr. and Mrs. E. II. Gore
Orlando needs a motor fire truck Christmas and many more of them in Miss Kate Sterling of Battle Creek, the four lots.Cooper i
because its life is at stake in case a Orlando the city he is helping to Vr!". Ibs, Mrs. Burgtholdt, and Master l
furious fire originates on East Anderson make more beautiful. Georc Burgtholdt, of Sioux City
DannPrichardThe Miss\ Ella Cargill, :Miss: Emma Hainer I
street at the same time one does only Christmas wedding in and Miss Elsie and blaster: Arthur While our phenomenal Christmas -

cn Xorth Orange avenue. town: was that of Miss Cora Dann, Gore.
of Mrs. P. J. Dann Atha I business has depleted
----- -- daughter to Mr. our
Stock will be in order. James W. Prichard, on Christmas eve.
taking soon Early yesterday morning hunt- stocks somewhat still havean
The ceremony was performed at the a we
----0------ 114 South Orange Ave.. Ground Floor
Baptist parsonage by Dr. Poulson in ing party composed of Allan Cohoon,
Many a smile illumes an empty the of afew relatives and assortment that can
: presence A. L. Beck L. L. Payne and Harry Phone No. 311 ;: many
friends. Miss Dann has been the
Forbes, left with the necessary phar- make an excellent selection
chief operator at the telephone exchange ,
o and will be greatly missed by aphernalia for a very successful ---- --
Yesterday seemed like Sunday the; patrons. Mr. Prichard is from I hunting trip in the wilds of South and at much lower prices than

didn't it? Winter Haven, the couple leaving immediately -j II Florida. Subscribe for The Daily SentineL before.
o to make that their future ,
Don't shed any tears over the fate Dancing Academy i j i We ennumerate a few on which
of the world when you leave it. The The dancing academy managed by I 1

old ball may never miss you. :Mr. Fox gave a dance on Christmas j considerable Price Reductions
night, and from a beautiful large tree
each guest received a remembrance. I| :1 have been made-
How of ate too little?
many you The
holly, mistletoe and Christmas >
Everybody we saw complained of dyspepsia bells decorated, the hall and the guests : .

indigestion, aches and pains- spent a most delightful evening. '
but the old fowl was worth it. Strangers in the city can meet con- I
eenial company at the academy
o dances, as Mr. Fox manages it well.
Never worry about the things you Punch, cake, nuts and cady were LAKE EOLAHere i

can't do. Do the things you can do served to the guests.
With Mr. and Mrs. Slemons ,
to the best of ability and in
your Mr. and Mrs. W. :M.: Slemons haveas
time you will be able to do the others a house guest over the holidays, I

without worrying. their daughter Mrs. Richard Marks, i
of: Jacksonville. Mr. Marks took !
0------ is an unusual offering one that I can unhesi-
Christmas dinner with them, but had
The best feeling that ever pre to return immediately to his business. Toilet and Manicure Sets
vailed after Christmas is one of Dinner at K. K. K. tatingly recommend as a GREAT BARGAIN. The lot is I

"peace and good will," and the uni- Mrs. Rossiter and Miss Rossiter en-
versal tertained with a dinner at hooter 90x200 and the house contains seven rooms and bath. I
desire to add something to the Ii i
Kove Kottage on Rock lake on Christ-
happiness of others as you make the mas fifteen being present. The arti- Servants room on premises. Orange and grapefruit and I Fancy Linens
journey through life. ficial icicles hanging from the pine

o boughs helped the guests to imagine trees and flowers and ornamental i
peach shruberry
what a Christmas in New York is
Christmas has passed, the happiesttime like in contrast to the temperature of Children's Bath Robes
of the year. It was a season of 78 degrees in Florida on that day. plants. Owner will sell furnished or unfurnished. The I

feasting and rejoicing. There were Boating was enjoyed on the lake in
no hard times in Orlando. The the afternoon. location is No. 215 E. Robinson avenue on north shore of
At Wescott Home I Men's Bath RobesMen's
ple were busy preparing to be happy
Other Rock lake
parties were an Lake Eola, and overlooking Eola Park. Listed exclu- I
now they are thinking about the com- cut door Christmas tree for the neigh- .

ing Subtropical Midwinter Exposition borhood on the north side of the lake will astonish it too low
and fireworks and a good time for a sively with me. The price you, I
which takes place in February. Combination Sets
jolly bunch of young folks at the
o Wescott home. but owneris determined to sell. Cash or terms. I
RESOLUTIONSThe From Gainesville, Ga. (Tie Hdki. Socks)

New Year will soon be upon Dr. and Mrs. Roy Ramseur of I
Gainesville, Ga., are enjoying the
Orlando. There are, of course, many holidays with her parents, Mr. and
and varied and sundry resolutionsthat Mrs. E. A. Thomas, and sisters :Miss: Fancy Handkerchiefs

this city and her charming people Glodys and Miss Winnie at their
home, "Dixie," on Lucerne Circle.
should write upon the record with
Pleasant Family Gathering S.Y.WAYInsurance
indelible ink from the "good inten- A family Christmas tree and din- Parasols and Umbrellas
tions" ink bottle. ner were the celebration at the Ives

Looking over the long list of reso- and Scruggs home on Gore avenue on
the 25th. Mr. and Mrs.V.. P.
Scruggsand and Real Estate
lutions that would be highly appro- Agent
son, of Atlanta were home for
priate for Orlando to endorse The the holidays, the others in attendance Boxed Hosiery
Sentinel discovers one that stands being :Mr.: and Mrs. S. E. Ives, Mr. I t
out clearly and distinctly.It and Mrs. S. E. Ives, Jr. and children PHONE 172
Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Scruggs :Miss:
is this: "I will have more conventions Mary\ Embroidered Huck
Scruggs, and Mrs. FinchT. Fancy
for 1915 and 1916 than I Scru 'ers and son, Miss Mary Gil-
have had in the last five years com- christ Miss Eunice Ives a cousin,
bined. a8. Jesson and Mr. Marion B. Ives. Towels
Pretty Robertson Dinner
Orlando is the logical convention Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Robertson of
city of Florida for many reasons. Hillcrest avenue, entertained with

First, its situation is central; second twelve o'clock dinner on Christmas, Vacumn Bottles etc.
after which the guests spent the ,
its railroad communications
are excellent -
afternoon motoring taking II
; third its hotels are adequate,
spacious, comfortable and appealing; 4 I ILa r
fourth what city could hold more

charming people to act as hosts to

an invading company of visitors than I /
Vallieres Bracelet Watches .
Orlando? aim a

To get conventions for Orlando requires -

effort planning and alertness.

Every man or woman who goes to

a convention in a neighboring city
should not only invite the convention dainty enough for a fairy
to meet in Orlando but should make I

a fight to get the meeting at Orangecounty's What girl can resist the charm of a dainty La Valliere veritable Big Reductionsin

capital.In .
1915 there will be conventionsheld lacework of gold or platinum, set with precious or semipreciousstones I

will not in meet many again cities until; some 1916.of What them The designs this year are so unusually lovely, so delicate I the Ready-to-

should have been accomplished in and fine, we are sure they must have been inspired by the fairies. '
1914 is a year late, but if a score of Wear Departm'tDICKSON
conventions could be procured for

1916 the error would have been rem- Especially charming too, are our] Bracelet \Vatches.-tJA more pleasing gift

edied. could not be chosen or one that combines so much beauty with practicabilityCome
There can be no arguments againstthe

advantages of conventions and

meetings. They advertise the city; in and look them over-whether you intend to pur-
visitors learn of a city's resources,
not by a superficial knowledge but chase or not. We know it will be a treat to you to see

by actual contact; Orlando would be these exquisite pieces of jewelry,

on display and once here visiting delegates -

would return.It .

is not enough for Orlando to OPEN EVENINGS

gown herself in raiment to appeal to

tourists. She should exert a great r
[ CO.
influence: over her sister cities of IVES

Florida by having a constant stream

of conventions and meetings duringthe T. H. EVANSJEWELER

The Board of Trade should take a
leading part in this action for the .DEPARTMENT STORE.

new year. By boosting and advisingand .. ..

making to Orlando efforts much to bring good will conventions re-- Orlando Orange Avenue Florida ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE

sult. Now all together, dip the pen

in ink and in large letters write

"More conventions for Orlando.


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I-IF Open 2 p. m. and 6:30 p. m. '


of Thanhouser's MONDAY'S PROGRAM
Fourth Episode Masterpiece FourReelsFourUniversal

Boy in "A Country Adventure Xmas
," featuring Little Matty. Merry
Joker Comedy. "Her Twin Brother -
," with Bess Meredith and Ernest

Shields.Imp. "The Last Rose of Summer," Ii
by Mary Pickford and King Baggot.UniversaL _
"The Elixir of Youth."
Don't miss this program.

Five cents to all. n We extend to all our n

Electric portable lights at Curry's.

U and friends U Un
"FALSE PRIDE," Majestic THAT GOOD customers

S" "THE WIDOW'S CHILDREN," Reliance"FATTY'S GULF GASOLINE.n the compliments of n nu

JONAH DAY Keystone
the season. . .

I Same: Little Prices I SUPREME AUTO OILARE u .


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I I II I I II I I II I I I II I I I I I I I II I Iii' II II I I I I i g II I I 1 Ie. I I .... ..., e 1 II I 1 II 9 I r I I J I II
-_- - .u __ _____ Drums for shipping and storage

tertained their employes and friends, tanks kept on hand.
to the number of one hundred, Christ-

: (1)rluubn) nrt.rty I ties mas of night friends on th were eroof seated garden.at individ-Par- Lubricating Oil and Greases to suit

ual tables. Oyster cocktails, chicken all cars. Give make of car when you
<,-'HJ, celery, olives, saltines, and ALLEN&CO.11Jr
-Edited By Miss Eliza Wright ice cream and cake were served, following LI

Office telephone No. ((7?. Residence telephone No. 254 I which a special production of"Ivanhoe"
was shown on the picture
screen for the entertainment of the
WEEKLY SOCIAL CALENDARDec. casion in green and poinsettias with !j guests. "Sunny Jim" Barnes was in GULF REFINING COil
candles burning around the altar. chan and cave all a royal good ,,
27thJan. 2nd. time.: .d]
The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Catholic Church P. G. WALTON, Agent b., -JOcl':

Sunday Mrs. John Mason. She is a very pop- The services at the Catholic church
Office Phone 450. l
First Sunday in new Presbyterianchurch ular and accomplished young lady and were beautiful on Christmas morn- . ai
Residence Phone 269. I1I11111111 II e Ii II G II11 II I Q'-44$4$4I I e c )+
; Dr. John W. Stagg. is one of Tennessee's most efficient ing. The stable with the crib of the
Usual Methodist church services; Christ-child was represented, also a W. S. Coleman R. Rhan
04 Kev. J. B. Ley. teachers. The bride and groom left statue of Joseph, Mary and the Child. i
Baptist services, Lucerne theatre; immediately for their home in Orlando I Artificial snow covered everything THERE'S A REASON FOR
Dr. Poulson. Florida, where Mr. Stevenson is a and holly wreaths and roses softenedthe VENEER CORES
. Monday valued employe of the Phillips Man- winter scene. Special music was
4 P. M.-Civic League, Episcopal given: by the choir. Father Fox said SUN PROOF PATN"TW.
Chapter House. ufacturing company. Many out of the five o'clock and seventhirtymasses. $1.25 ----- ---- -- --
8 P. M.-Philathea-Baraca party, town guests were present. A great About ninety communicantswere
Methodist church. number of beautiful gifts were re- out to the early mass and one Per Strand Up ; ; Sold at gaining* in popularity every day.
Tuesday hundred and fifty to the seventhirty.At .
ceived. Nashville Banner.
1 P. Luncheon-bridge, Mrs. ten o'clock Father Rhinehart said FIRE-PLACE CHUNKS AND 'iibf QUALITY-THAT'S IT
Paul C. McNeil. Happy Christmas Party mass to many more of the Catholic OAK WOOD -k We also handle a full line of Painters' Rape
8 P. M.-Mendelssohn Club rehearsal One of the happiest of Christmas congregation.St. .
Presbyterian lecture room. gatherings was at 700 Broadway Luke's Service Orlando Wood YardB. Hangers' Supplies. 20OOJROII: Wall Rape |
to at cost price. >
Wednesday The services at the St. Luke's Ca- go
3 P. M.-Unity Circle, New Year's Christmas evening atIr.. Geo. L. thedral on Christmas; eve and Christ- W. Kingsley Proprietor
reception.Mrs. Cary's residence. Mr. A. W. Cary mas morning were most appropriate.The PINE STREET AND 1C R. ORLANDO PAINT AND Ml PAPER CO.i i
Joe Cheney entertains in hon- and Mr.: O. G. Hall contributed largely I interior of the Cathedral was Telephone 344 .
or of Master John Cheney Elerbe. to the pleasure of the guests by most beautifully decorated in greens, 9-30 I X TheSignoftheSun Phone. 261 205 So. Orange Ave >
8:30 P. .-Informal dance, Lu- poinsettias and many candles. Bishop .
the immense quantities of holly which j, ;ann preached a splendid in .I..IIII.III.II.I..m..I..III..I.IU.I..IIIII.
cerne hotel. sermon - - - - - - -
Thursday they gathered and furnished for the I the morning, taking for his text, -
8:30 P. M.-Rosalind Club NewYear's decorations. Large bouquets of roses "Now the birth of Jesus was in this -
eve dance. wise," proving beyond a doubt the divinity -
also brightened and sweetened the
Temple reception, Seminole hotel, of Christ by the Scriptures.At .
Winter Park. room with their fragrance. Recitations Lucerne Hotel FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL
FridayA by Mrs.: Win. Edwards, instru- The guests of the Lucerne hotel en-
prosperous New Year to all. mental solos by Mrs. Pingrey and joyed: the wonders of a huge: Christ-
Saturday Mrs. Dr. Thompson, and vocal mas tree, each one receiving a gift
3 P. .-D. A. R. meeting; Mrs. I by Mr.\ Edward Cary and Mr. E. S.I I valued at ten cents. The tree stoodin Established 1886
S. A. Robinson, hostess.StevensonMason. I Scales made the evening pass all too I the large new sun parlor, the
quickly. Dainty refreshments were guests assembled around it and Mr.
served in abundance. The occasionwas I
also the wedding anniversary of (Continued on page 4))
A marriage of much interest to a Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Cary. I CURTIS & O'NEALINSURANCE

wide circle of friends in Franklin The gathering has become an an- Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand's
county and elsewhere was that of nual affair. The guests were as fol-
I Coal Yard phone 566. 9-31-tf
i' lows, all from Glens Falls, N. Y., except ]I
, Miss Myrtle Mason, Maxwell, and
Mr. and :Mrs.: Scales, who are I II .
Robert J. Stevenson, of Orlando,Florida ]I from New York city: Mr. and Mrs.\ | CHIROPRACTORDR. LOANS
f which was solemnized December :1 G. L. Cary and son, Lucius, Mr. and
-. 21 at 2:30 o'clock in the Maxwell Mrs. A. W. Cary, Mr. Edward Cary, I' S. S. JONES, chiropractor,
': Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Edwards, Mr. and graduate Davenport College, 17 and REAL ESTATE RENTALSFOR
Baptist church. Rev. C. H. Ladd, of
i Mrs. Frank T. Harrington, :Vr. Levi I 18 Yowell-Duckworth building; phone
Tullahoma, was the officiating minis-Wood, Mr. and Mrs. O. II. Hall and 209. Intelligent people everywhereare
ter. Preceding the ceremony Mrs."I son, Hibbard, Mr. and Mrs. Rutherford -, being restored to health by chiro-
I Pingrey, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy adjustments, the scienceof
Meadows, wife of Rev. Meadows, of I practic new
I Thompson, Mr. and :Mrs.: Dr. Thompson
I removing; the cause of disease. Examination -
Winchester, sang very sweetly, "Wilt
Mr. and Mrs. Merriett De free. 12-24-1mo
Thou Be Mine?" and "I Love You I Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Mead, Miss
Trul ." At the strains of :\Iendelssohn's Devine, Miss Vermette, and :Mr.: vOll'1 I
) wedding march the bridal party I Mrs. E. S. Scales and daughter, I Up to date pauitrng, papering, etc., RENT-Bimgalo 5 Rooms Furnished, South Main
thia. .I is the kind :you want. Where to get
entered, led ushers, Messrs. Mason Street.
Country Club Merry
it? That's easy, phone 636. W. T.
and Keith. The bride came in with I The Country Club was the scene of I I 120tfOSTEOPATHY
her maid of honor, her sister, Sue, : merriment all day. It was a most
j perfect day for a game of golf and Seven Room House, South Orlando.
and they were met at the altar by the many enjoyed the sport. In the even-
S groom and best man, Prof. II. A. ing about thirty-five couples of the
Templeton, of Huntland. The bride younger set danced till the early
wore a becoming blue suit with a hours of the morning after. The hes- DR. J. C .HOWELL Two New Five Room Houses, South West Orlando.
itation, fox trot, one step, and Paul ,
black picture hat and carried Rich- Jones were gaily danced by all. Hours, 10-12. 3.5, and by appointmentNo
mond roses. The maid of honor also Punch was served. Messrs. DeLaney extra charge tor nouse treatment
wore a blue suit and hat to match and ', Way and Joe Ferris were responsible I Except Night Calla.Telephone :. ---4
for the delightful affair.
carried red carnations. The churchwas connections
Roof Garden Party
effectively decorated for the oc The Yowell-Duckworth company en- Offlr rnr. Oran. and Central Ave. 1111111.11111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 'till 11111 11111 11111 I

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We have the genuine PRESTOLITEtanksin

all sizes, and carry a stock of 50 to 75 tanks 5 Passenger Touring, fully equipped

all the time. with 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 ad-

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

4 Passenger in good condition $300.00

i Get exchange at either shopPHILLIPS

Runabout, overhauled, in good condi-

tion, $425.00.


I ? i I. W. Phillips I & Sons Orlando Auto Supply Co. ti

D f 26 East Pine St. 210 South Orange Ave 11 San Juan Garage Co.

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I FOR RENT 12 room boarding house r

I almost new; 9 good bed rooms, electric --JuIllber, La-t118 acid S11iTlgles
I SENTINEL I lights and bath; $35 per month.
; F. L. Anderson office 112 W. Church
I Phone 459.
niiiii street. 12-6-tf
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to adults only. 409 Delaney street. "
I The Morning Sentinel 10-25-tf
Directory is the Greatest Want ORLANDO

I I I Ad Medium Terms Cash in Orlando.in Advance. LOST AND FOUND

i LOST-White violet pin set with
HATES I. pearls. Reward if returned to
For One Day ______________25t Hammond & Bunch's store. 12-2-tf Cement Plaster and Perfection Lime
For Three Days ____________dOC ------------ Royal Agatite
For Six Iays _______________75c ---- -- -
A PERFECT[ [[ GEM 1 For One :Month ____________S2.30 WANTED --------- -
This rate applies on all ads of
and we know the property: 25 words or less. If the ad con- WANTED-Wanted to buy for cash
old horses or cows. Apply to Capt.
tains more than 25 words the rate
bear out
will name.
Wilson. animal department
will be one cent per word for Curly
each additional word, for each in- Johnny J. Jones Shows, Fair Grounds
A BEAUTIFULLY FURNISHEDOrlando sertion.If Orlando Fla. 12-25-6tc L f = Lrw
you can't bring your ad to
home modern in the office telephone No. 24. Ac- SITUATION WANTED-If you need
every detail. Large lot, or- counts opened by telephone will be reliable man in office hotel, store
range grapefruit guava payable the following day. grove or any business where an all
round man is required, write me; experience -
lemon and banana trees in Every Home-Etery Business- and references. :\1.11.Crosby,
full bearing. Handsome cam- Every Man has use for a Orlando Fla. 12-24-3i*
phor and Magnolia trees. Sentinel Want Ad. '
WANTED ROOMS-Suite of fur- :;Lj
nished rooms wanted for light

ROSES IN PROFUSIONIf FOR SALE housekeeping.cated. Address Must giving be centrally particulars lo,

you are looking for some- D. L. B., General Delivery, City.
thing extra choice let us show FOR SALE-A that will come young fresh gentle in Febru-Jerseycow 12-24-3t* n 4'Q' ?'

you this proposition. Readyfor ary; and a Jersey heifer 18 monthsold POSITION-A good home for white %\\ 1
occupancy. 7 minutes ; cheap. Phone 387, or call L9 girl that wants to do general house- ..Y _
walk to business center.Ve Bryant street. 12- 5-3tc work. Apply 601 E. Central or tele- -7--- ..

call it one of the show placesof phone 591. 12-23-6tc
FOR SALE-12 pairs full blooded -- ---,-- .o:
Orlando and believe you Berkshire pigs, just the right size WANTED quiet place of abode-- 1915 HARLEY-DAVIDSON Horsepower Speed Sliding Gear Transmission Automatic r
will agree with us when you to roast at Chas. Rock's farm. 24tf room and board-middle aged man;
see it. Moderate in price. nothing high priced; Southern cook- Mechanical Oil Pump. Step-Starter and 66 Refinements. $275.CO.
ing preferred. Address B. S., care

ORlANDO BUILDING LAND COII FOR horn lay"SALE-Pure pullets strain. and Only year-olds.s.c.a few.White J."Bredto Leg-W. Sentinel. 12-23-6t* jY'r,!]. WHITNEY WRIGHT, 1290S: Avenue Fla,

North Orange Avenue Gaines R. R. No. 1. 12-24-3t* II NOTICE-I have accepted agency for
Wilson & Toomer's fertilizers in ililBMMMMMMIIIIIIMMIiiliMMMMOMMIilMMMMIIM MMMMMIIM
PHONE 608 I Orange county and will appreciatethe
FOR SALE-Good violin' and Edison old
patronage of their customers,
OPPOSITE SAN JUAN HOTEL phonograph. Apply to 723 Center and hope to make new friends for this . . . . . . . . . ,. .. .t..I. . "
FRED B. DALEC. street Orlando Fla. 12-23-61 firm. Their Ideal brands are too well A ;
H. BRYANT known for any comment at my hands.
DAVIS A GILES. CounselF. FOR SALE-At a bargain now six :My experience as a grower of both
A. PEPPERCORN Contractor room house and bath. No. 10 West fruit and vegetables warrants we in
Robinson avenue close in wear Or- saying as their agent I can be of SUB-TROPICAL EXPOSITION
ange. Ready to occupy. R. Bruce real service to those who have grove
Perry. 12-20-6t* trouble. I am prepared to give to w
my patrons not only my own experience
but that of the firm which cov- MID-WINTER
FOR SALE-Six room house, bath
ers detail of the citrus and "e--
and hall house just completed and every
; citrus II. C. McDaniel.
ready to move into; large lot; withinten industry.
Phone 708.EIGHTEEN.
.Pin Street.JEWELER t. minutes walk of postoffice. Price
$1,675. Address "New House" care
Sentinel. 12-20-Gt* AND A HALF ACRESof II OEL -IDC FL..A.
land on Lake Gatlin; sixteen in .
five year old oranges and grapefruit;
FOR SALE-COW AND HORSEA overlooks four lakes; in perfect con-
sudden and severe attack of dition. Price $12,000. Nothing bet-
EXPEKT WATCH MAKER rheumatism makes it necessary thatI ter in Florida, unless it is the prop- F-E 9-13 1915EDUCATIONAL
sell at once my choice milk and but- erty below described. 9
ter cow, due to freshen now. Also
-- our family horse young and gentle, TWENTY ACRES, in good neighborhood -
Expert Watch Clock and Jew- with or without harness and buggy. ; fine land; 10 acres in bear- =
Also house with two lots, and some
ing trees; good lake protection; good
elery Repairing a specialty. I
vacant lots. If you want a bargain, crop on trees Price $10,000 with
carry a fine assortment of soliJ call at once at 201 Concord avenue fruit; or owner will keep fruit deducting Embracing-Agriculture, Horticulture Floriculture Domestic
west. Wm. L. Coryel. 12-20-6tc
goid and goIJ filled Jewelery for reasons$2,000 beyond for same.owners Offered control.only Arts and Crafts, with exhibits of Stock Hogs and Poultry, *
Sterling and Community Silver. FOR SALE-Fine paper shell pecan See II. McDaniel for particulars. I
Prices very reasonable. nuts, grown by Fogg & Osteen on Phone 70S. I and the products of South Florida. Racing, Polo Sports
their Oak Knoll fruit and
groves at Altamonte Springs pecan Fla. Get the news in the Sentinel first. AreoplansLectures and Entertainments of all kinds
Fogg & Osteen. 12-18-St*

CHAS. VATER FOR SALE-One] seven passenger I

six cylinder automobile 1 year old, SOMETHING ; -For information or premium list address
first class condition. Don't answer [ NICEjTwo

JEWELER care unless ot interested.Sentinel. Address Bargain 11-14-tf, I i VVM. R. O'NEAL, Sec'y H.) H. DICKSON, Pres.
PINE: ST. Opposite Postoffice
Beautiful Euil ing Lois
FOR SALE-Cabbage Plants,Charleston -
Wakeneld $1.00 per thousand. On South Oranf e Avenue I t a I I III I III II Mf ', 1.11. . I III t lilt III t I I I III t.. I I I I I I '4
Frank Phillips Pine Castle. near Lake Lucerne sglcn.did : .

I Business Directory J 10-2S-tf view of the lake only :,. -qI 7 I'r

FOR SALE-Forty acres of fine 2 1-2 blocks from business :
hammock land; eight in grove; the I
-- ForBUSY nice shade
present crop of oranges will be from center big trees
MEN. 750 to 1,000 boxes; 500 trees all told, shrubbery &c., adjourninglot' $wflftJ
ready for sitting-10 acres in lake, to one of the best res I 1Pur
Who is your painter and decorator? one and quarter miles from Apopka.
If you are satisfied keep the one you Price $5,000. Address 1.. 11., Box deuces in city.-For sale by

have; if not, phone W. T. Entrican I 178_. Orlando! Fla. 9-23-tf WALTER IV. ROSE
Ne. 636. 1-20-tf r
FOR SALE-Fine cypress fence posts. REAL ESTATE
BUYERS AND: SELLERSI Inquire of Frank Phillips Pine Cr s- SPECIAL
tle. 9-18-tf Rooms I a 3 Watkins Block
Phone ss
buy: sell rent and exchange real
estate. Have resided in Orlando Fla., FOR RENTI
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over 20000000.: 30 years.Call Have and see handled me. over HAVE FOR RENT five nice large Special Xmas Sale of Brass Beds at KINCAID

10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER.WE comfortable rooms; nicely fur- .
nished; in flat over Model Cafe. Spe-
HAVE NOW READY FOR DE- cial rates by the week or month. SeeI LAKE SITEiFour & SNOWDEN
T. 116 North Orange
Stringer a\e-
LIVERY Irish Potatoes warrantedfree 12-24-3t* .
from scab or other diseases. nue.
Drop me a card or phone 708 and let
I FOR RE Beautiful dwelling with
us talk over your requirements. I BED SALE PRICE $9.98Finished
will make it to our mutual advan- I garage; elegantly furnished; onLike miles from Orlando, one $20.00
Lucerne. Jas. A. Knox.
tage. H. C. McDaniel.Christmas 8-27-tf mile from Post Office Schools
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and Churches and
: SEVEN ROOM, new stucco cottage, Packing brass satine finish.
and New one block from Eola park; com- House. On good road just one in either polished or

mands fine view of city. Price $5,500. mile from Orlando Sandford
II. C. McDaniel, phone 708.
Year Holiday road. We with all cash sales.Kineaid
FOR RENT-6 room house with all Surrounded by fine Groves; Virginia give coupons .
modern improvements; furnished;
Excursion FaresVia
Cheap $150 season 3 months. One cottage Pine Timber. Excellent t

for light housekeeping $30 a month. Citrus Land with water protection -
the Room and board for couple of tour-
i ists. $12 per week. Inquire Cooper and beautiful lake frontage

: Atlantic Coast Line & Atha. 12-13-lm Sixty Acres at & Snowden
FOR RENT-ROOMS, with or without
board; also rooms for light house-
Standard Railroad of the South keeping; several apartments from 1 Per Acre
to 4 rooms each at very reasonable $20
prices. Inquire of F. L. Anderson
Tickets will be on sale by the At- 112 West Church street. Phone 459. Low Priced Furniture House.
lantic Coast Line to all points 12-6-tf

South East of of the the Ohio Mississipip and Potomac Rivers and including FOR RENT-Large, attractive room.I Think of it and see Cor. Main and Pine Sts. Orlando, Florida
Washington Cincinnati Ev- Inquire No. 8 West Washington St.
insville and Cairo, for all trains 11-8-tfc
December 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, I ORLANDO REAL ESTATE CO.
25, and 31, and January limited returning FOR RENT seven room house; water - -
January 6th; l|J to many gas electric lights, bath etc.;
points in the Northwest and South- barn stable chicken house; lot 100 by Watkins. Block PHONE 504 Dr. F. F. ThompsonDENTIST
west on December 19th to 24th inclusive 200 feet. Apply at 735 North Orange THE OSCEOLASTEAM
t and 29th to 31st limited re- avenue. 10-31-tf
turning January 18. Also to Key
West and Havana Dec. 17, 20, 24 FOR RENT-To desirable people HEAT THROUGHOUT
l and 27, with limit January 3, 1915. well furnished suite bed room and PHONE 646

,r reservations For further etc.particulars, apply' to schedules Ticket sitting Also single room rooms with private and a lavatory.garage AUTO FOR HIRE 115 S. Orange Ave, over Curtis & Magnolia and Robinson Ave J. W. BURLEY Manager

f Agents Atlantic Coast Line or ad- Splendid location. No. 9 E. Washington FIRST CLASS REPAIRING: O'Neal's Store

dress St. 11-29-lmc BARNARD & SON Hours 8.30 a.m. to 5.30 p.m. i 1 IIF I
I Eclipse Dress Shirts for :Men make YOU ARE LOOKING for well
'" J. G. KIRKLAND D. P. A., FOR P.ENT-Small flat modern conveniences 17 Hurhey Street Orlando, Fla. Wednesday and Saturdays till 8 p.m very acceptable Christmas presents. rooted orange and jrrapef* .;'t buds
Tampa, Florida. unfurnished. Jas. A li Get them at Boa -dman's. 12.22.:: "ae: Ii. f i> u n 1'.jo:ie \S\ .
:'r' Knox. 11-3-tf 6-0'1 I oJ

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One solid year at Joe Webers' 't" I Celia Davis,Jesse U'ittingham

Theatre New York City and Alex Davis

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: street paving. This work is already in any business enterprise,when someone I'with enterprising business houses THE HOUGH CASE BEING TRIED
PROGRESS well under way and before the springis is paid and made especially re- with the softest and purest of water BRITISH WIRELESS OUTFITIS IN OCALA

passed all of the main business sponsible for doing specific work, so I I to drink and with saloons entirely el-
and residence streets will have been the work of the city has gone forward : iminated the city bids a cordial wel- DISMANTLED The witnesses heard in the Hough
ORLANDO TilE BEAUTIFUL WIXS graded smoothed and paved with under the new form. Mayor Sperryand 'l come to upright citizens and homemakers trial late yesterday afternoon and last

jiEW LAURELS IN DEVELOPMENT the very finest and most endurable Commissioners Johnson and from every section. night were Jasper Gaines, of Lake

quality of vitrified brick. But resi- Clarke Robinson have all been good 'I Tennyson's words aptly apply to NAVY DEPT. INFORMED: OF county P. B. and S. B. Brantley, of
motion in the conditions: Clermont, and Sheriff Galloway, of
dents and visitors to Orlando will not examples of perpetual supervising ACT FROM CANAL
Year of Unbroken progress Recordedin be compelled to ride to the city limitson their particular parts of the I II i"0 Love what hours were thine and this city.
all Lines of Important I mine ZONE Those on the stand today were C.
1 brick paving and then plunge into i I city activities. Whether it has been 1 I
Progress roads of sand. Already there are done a little cheaper or has cost a IIn, lands of palm and Southern pine; O. Rowe and J. II. Compton, bankers -

I many miles of fine clay and marl trifle more, no one cares. It has been i I In land of palm and orange blossom Will Ask Congress for Appro- of Clermont, William Kern a

"" Roberta L. Branch in Tampa Tribune. I roads leading in every direction and done and properly done, and is worth Of orange, aloe, maize and vine." priation After Visiting His merchant of Clermont, Drs. E, tJ.
the extent of I Son at West Peek and II. F. Watt, of Ocala, and]
The year 1914 has been one of unbroken bonds of the county to jail i it has cost. Point ., **'
progress for "Orlando the I six hundred thousand dollars have Orlando being situated in the very RIGHT CHRISTMAS ATTITUDE Mrs. Crenshaw, mother of Mrs-.

Beautiful," and. even the returning : been voted for the purpose of paving heart of the citrus growing industry, Washington, Dec. 24.-Lieutenant Hough, who was killed.
who have been with brick all the main thorough- i the of The above are all state witnessesand
winter: visitors away j I has always lead in shipments Beware of uttering pessimistic and Crenshaw, naval radio officer at the
from the city for only a few months, fares of the county. citrus fruits and the present prom- cynical remarks about Christmas and Panama canal zone, cabled the their testimony was nearly all in
find many evidences of growth and By reason of the street paving already ises to be no exception. Eight large I: Christmas joys. If only from motivesof department today that the wireless navy the nature of rebuttal evidence givenin '

prosperity that have been enacted accomplished and the country I packing houses in the city with a doz- vanity, abstain from grumbling apparatus of the British steamer Pro- by the defense as to the sanity of

since they left in the early or late roads that are soon to be paved en others in different sections of the during the festive season, for nothing tesilaus in Balboa harbor, was dismantled Hough. *

spring. I land values have advanced materiallyand i. county, make it possible to care for 'I I so surely fixes a person's age as disagreeable -: by canal zone police Decem- Indications are that the state will
l to city those who purchase now will modern and begin its argument of the case late
Of prime importance every the fruit in the most eco- i| remarks about the utter ber 10, after it was found she had
small these of the I rich margins on their holdings. The houses this afternoon or at tonight's sessionof
large or in days reap nomical manner. packing I I futility and absurdity of keeping been sending code messages.
knowledge of germs is the question of Church Buildings \ are now practically all running and I Christmas. However well preserved, the court and that all the argu-

sewerage. Realizing that the city was There is probably not a town in the many cars of fruit have already beeni however free from gray hair, wrin- ments will be completed by tomorrow
in need of improved sewerage the city whole country that has accomplishedin i I sent to the Northern and Western kles and other distressing marks of Goethals Arrives for Christmas I afternoon.-Ocala Star, 24th.
New York, Dec. 23.-Col. Goethalsand
council inaugurated a movement a a little over one year what has markets. devouring Time, be quite sure that
wife arrived today from Panama
year:'or two'ago for installing a mod- been done in Orlando in the way of i Tourists your Christmas attitude will not give FLORIDA GETS $50,000 OF EDUCATIONAL -
and twill spend the Christmas season
ern equipment and although none of church building. A trifle over a year {I Many winter residents and tourists you away. "Heigho for the holly! FUNDS
with their son at West Point. After
the then members of the Council re- :ago the Methodist people decided that ;i have already arrived and the hotels I This life is most jolly!" is the correct
the holidays the Governor will
mained in office long enough to be- : they needed a larger and better and boarding houses are more than attitude. It is the attitud eof the proceed New York, Dec. 24.-Florida gets

gin the work, the present City Com- church building and accordingly beganthe ( usually busy for this early season of I child and at Christmas time the immortal to Washington to ask congressfor I $50,000 of the $10,000,000 appropriated -
an appropriation of $10,000,000 to
missioners took up the work where the work of raising the necessary |I the year, there was an idea prevaillent child which lurks in every human I by the general education board
complete the dry docks, fortifications,
Council left, it off with the result that funds. Last summer they moved intoa ': during the summer that on ac- being wakes to life if we do not for educational purposes in the
barracks, coal wharves, and machine
during the past summer there was new modern building equipped witha count of the San Francisco fair there frighten it and allow it to creep backto I United States, according to the report
shops on the isthmus. He said slidesin
completed a modern system of sewer- big pipe organ and all casting I would not be as many winter visitoi its hiding place for want of en- I issued today. The southern states
the canal considerable
were giving
age known as the Imhoff system. The I I about fifty thousand dollars. Before But the present indications so far as couragement. Grumpy, disagreeable ranked third in the donations, receiv- .
I trouble, but that the had
service extends to every section of the i they had got fairly under way with j! this city is concerned is that the season I people naturally do not like Christmas waterway ing $3,000,000 outright. .

f city and is so arranged that it can II their building the Baptist denomination -...1 is to break all previous records. because it shows them up. been kept open. I! Georgia got $32,000; Alabama $21-
easily be extended into the additions concluded it was a favorable i The Board of Trade has opened a tour- 700; and Florida $50,000.
Eiffel Hose for men and
S that are constantly being laid out on I time to erect a new and larger church ist headquarters on Pine Street and There nothing like a white silk can be had in gift boxes if desired women !!
every side of the municipal line. Except I to accommodate their growing congregation the register shows many new entries petticoat for dancing wear. at Boardman's. 12-2-3tc Get the news In The Sentinel first.
on the principle of'IIandsome is i and they immediately started every day. Several entertainmentsfor
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that handsome does" there is no par- 'the work and today, they, too, are the benefit of the Belgian sufferers -
ticular beauty in a sewer system but i finishing a large, handsome edifice and the English Red Cross fund : -

it plays a very important part in mak- 'which is to cost about 40000. The have been held during the past two

ing Orlando a still more desirable city I' Presbyterians became infected with months and very substantial amounts Return of the

of homes. But the matter of beautifying -! the good germ of church building and .'of cash and supplies have been for- OPERA WED. I
the city has by no means been have torn down and overhauled their warded to the proper authorities. The

neglected. A year or more ago there I edifice and erected practically a new social activities for the city promise Comedy Delight

was appointed a special committee i church at an expense of twenty-five unusual attractions for this winter. U
known as the Park Commission. By i thousand dollars. The Presbyterians The Rosalind Club has a full calendar HOUSE DEC.

. the liberality of citizens among whomMayor I hope to have their new building finished I i of events which occur each week in I of Four Continents

.. Sperry was among the most I by Christmas while the Baptists I their pretty club house on North
liberal a fund of several thousand dol- I will occupy theirs soon after the early j I Orange Avenue. The Orlando Coun-

lars was raised to be used in improv- part of February. These three new i( try Club has alreadY had one golf : -_ .. I
ing the park t1.Ystem.Ia'or Sperry handsome and costly structures are ( tournament and will keep everything i ii

set a laudable example by presentingthe all on Main street and only one block lively from this time forward. The ,i iI

city with a very beauiful fountainfor ,apart.In i :Mendelssohn: Club, a musical organization ; OLIVER MOROSCO Present*

use in Lake Eola Park. This was addition to these public buildings | with a chorus of a hundred I II WITH AND

installed early in the summer and soon several business blocks and many I voices, is practicing weekly under the

thereafter the further improvementof pretty homes have been erected. Per- i direction of Forrest Dabney Carr,and THE SUPREME SUCCESS OF SUCCESSESO'
the park was begun under the supervision haps the most notable business struc- j I will give some notable entertainments
of the Commission., Several ture is the ell-Duckworth depart- ;, during the season. Early in Februarythe LAST THESEASON'S

acres of adjacent land y as donated by ment store. This enterprise standson Big :Mid-Winter: Fair will occur j
, property owners and the working of the corner of Orange and Central I which brings together the finest products '

grading, seeding and setting out to Avenues and is four stories with a I of four counties and which has SAME

trees and plants has been going on roof garden and moving picture I "Iways been a marvel to both winter

during the summer until today the theatre on the top. It is undoubtedly visitors and residents. Not by any
beautiful little lake and park, situ- I the largest business enterprise of : means the least of the attractive

ated right in the center of the north- the kind between Jacksonville and j j features of life in Orlando during the DISTINGUISHED-, MY ARTISTICPRODUC

east residence section, is a place of Tampa. A large brick grammar I coming season will be the advent of I
beauty such as can rarely be foundin school building erected Magnolia:: the Birmingham ball team which is to

towns much larger than Orlando.In Avenue, has added to the educational I. be here for their spring training
the southwestern section of the facilities of the city and will enable Camp the latter part of February. BY J. HARTLEY MANNERS ,

town is another handsome lake skirt- the school authorities to properly care During their stay here they will play
ed with some of the most beautiful I for the school demands for the pre- 1 match games with several other

homes. Lake Lucerne has also been sent. The churches, the schools and r league teams which will be located in CAST In which Lcitrrette Taylor made a world's record TION
materially improved especially by the I the homes stand everywhere as the 1 the state. The diamond at the fair
run of two consecutive years in New York
laying of vitrified brick pavement bulwarks of the nation and in these grounds has been put in excellent

1 around the entire "Circle" and plansare particulars Orlando holds a forward shape and the fans are to have the

being promulgated by which position which is being strengthenedas privilege of seeing some real ball A

many more improvements will be rapidly as the conditions demand. games
Rea Martin A
made during the coming year. Orange Commission Government |I All things considered, there is no as "Peg"Mail

County well deserves the repu- Orlando was one of the first townsin more attractive spot in Florida for A
tation of being one of the earliest Orlando to adopt the commissionform : either a permanent home or a winter
Orders filled when accompanied remittance
and most persistent pushers in the of city government and now I j sojurn than here among the balsamic by proper
good roads movement and Orlandohas after a trial of a year, there is no dis- ,' balmy breezes of Orange County. I
Prices SOc 75c
$1.00 $1.50
consistently practiced what she position on the part of any to go Warmed by the Gulf Stream, settled I : ,
has preached by raising a fund of I go back to the obsolete aldermanic by a most cosmopolitan populationfrom

two hundred thousand dollars for 'government. Just as things get done every State of the Union filled -




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subterranean inhabitants at everyswing. lODe naa neon seen at the last moment GENEVA JOTTINGS

Lucille guided by some impulse and was going to be taken away. I I

stooped and picked ,up the blaz- And the prayer was not even finished Geneva, Fla., Dec. 23.-Harvey Gei-II

ing necklace extending it to the orang. before the boat grounded lightly at her ger arrived Tuesday from Southern I I
lie seemed not to notice. Wildly he feet and she found herself speakingto :
College, and will spend the holidayswith
thrashed about the creatures droppinglike a heavy featured youngish man I
his Mr. Mrs. T. \V.I
ninepins. Backward ever backward who was evidently in command of the parents, and

LOVEThe Lucille felt her way edging yacht Geiger. I

through the mob as her protector< clear- There was something sinister about Rev. A. L. Hope will fill his appointment -:

ed a passage. The rock ribbed vault the man whose: eyes: were fastened at the Methodist church i I I

Girl of Mystery echoed and re-echoed hideously with upon her face in such bold admirationthat here Sunday morning. The Epworth

the shrill' squeals of rage from the she' instinctively drew away. I
League will hold their devotional ser- I BUYERS TO SHARE IN PROFITS ,
oran the :gutturals of terror and Suddenly he turned to his men
pain from her sissailants.; Now they roughly ordering them to prepare for vice at 6:30 in the evening. I LOWER PRICES ON FORD CARS
TSy the"MASTER Mrs. T. D. Peters is the sick
were fighting; among themselves, tumbling the row out then assisted Lucille to a on I
: about in a wild chaos of arms seat alongside himself. Try though list. We trust she may soon re Effective from August 1, 1914 to August

PEN"I and logs and bodies. she would she could not feel the joy cover. I 1,1913; and guaranteed against any reduction -

She closed her eye against the terrible that seemed natural as the boat slipped Rev. Stones, of Oviedo filled his I during that time:
>!,right, 1914. >ll moving picture!
sight.: Suddenly Lucille felt Lr through; the water propelled by the appointment at the Baptist church
rights reserved by the Universal Film
Xanufactnriog Company which is feet slipping from under her; felt her- sturdy oarsmen. She studied them here Sunday. i j Touring Car $555.00Runabout
self going down toward a rippling keenly." Rough powerful men they I
now exhibiting this production tn Misses Lydia, Nellie and Georgia 505.00F.
musical sound; gently falling throughthe were, but she was woman enough to I I -
leading theaters. Infringements will in from Pierson Satur-
blackness as though she sank know them to be the ivt easily han Geiger came O. B. Orlando. All car fully equippedILrther .
vigorously prosecuted.A within a soft mattress of feathers. dled by a beautiful woman-the weaker day and will spend the holidays with

Cold waters rose up and broke her the ea'ler.nd! she saw that the the home folks. we will be able t. obtain the maxaum efficiency
factory production and the minimum cost in our
*;:it terrified, yet with curiosity Ir- fall closing! about her and edging her captain was heartily disliked. She noticed Rev. Herman Daniel is vititing his in purchasing our and sales department if we roach an ut.tnt .f

resistible.'; Lucille timidly put a foot gently to and fro. Instinctively she also that two of the oarsmen had parents here. i :300.900 can between the above date.*

upon the first step then halted. She reached onto her hands closing about a faces that showed signs of recent bat There will be an entertainment at I And should we reach this production we agree to pay IU
waited a moment then followed her narrow strip of wood. With every tering. The intuition that had served' the buver' hare from sic to din per car (on or aboutAnirnst

right foot with the left. As though atom of strength in her frail body she her so well before told her Captain I the town hall Christmas eve, given Ford car 1.191S between) to every August retail 1. ISU buyer and who August purchaoeo 1. 1J15.a Dew i'i

Wetherell. for such was the name he entertainbent i
hand her down her clung, making out finally that th!> ob- I I For farther particulars rrrardinr these low price and profithannc -
tome giant urged used in introducing himself had beena promises to be a specially enjoyable -
ject was a canoe. Slowly she slipped plan 1M"!.
feet slowly bystep
reluctant step I
this. those who
to to
party one, as expect
down the current until a flicker of narrow -
down the long flight. always F. G. RUSH
There something
light glowed far ahead. was uncanny mysterious participate are being carefully ,
would she stare in nameless terror lest
The sight inspire! lu>with fresh! about the yacht. especially trained and will doubtless
closed and her en- prove a I
the suddenly Phone 226
about one !stateroom; which was alwayslockedsave ;
She drew U>rv* lf 'ur'fully
ergy. up.
means of exit barred. And even as she success.
when Lucille caught
!; once:,
looked her premonition of evil was balatw-pd tti Tahoe taint her "%.'gut.: through the partly opened door a ,Mr. G. P. Geiger is suffering from i I 0 Ii Iia i
then slip.fd; into the tmttoui ant lay
verified. there exhausted. She gropi-d: about s\s glimpse of a man who looked like a eye trouble. I
Slowly very slowly the stray light the hides of the subterranean Chinaman. Hut she: could not be sure. Miss Marie Daniel returned Sat- -
that opened down to her through the The door was closed quickly. urday from Georgiana where she is
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passes;** narrowed disappeared. Toner
paddle encountered her fingers, and sha teaching. J JI
bound of swift I
ears came the Continued in Sunday' Sentinel JI
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thrust it out into the water. Came a Misses Ramona and Barbara )Ic- I
sure. About her was such blacknessas Am Leaving Florida
crunching of wood as it ripped against
she had never even imagined be- Lean are home for the holidays.

fore. the and rocky she stared' sides of in the dismay shallow at the ravine useless Winter Park Miss Margie Kilbee returned from 1 And ,Juill Specially Price my two Properties io Winter Park

Slowly she groped her way back to Monroe Saturday.Miss .
handle that alone remained to her.
the steps finding the last one and feel- Gently lazily the canoe floated down Blanche and Mr. Bert Patti- i i A 6-room house 7 of land
ing about for some means of throwing News ItemsWinter good acres and a fine Grove of 800
back the opening. The steps beneath toward the ever expanding wedge of shall are visiting the home folks here. full bearing Orange. Grapefruit and Tangerine Trees. Within two

I light. Slowly,, very slowly, the fresh blocks of Public School close to Depot and Post Office. In addition
her feet were slippery, worn as though
feet of thousands and hundreds of air of the jungle met her quivering Listen, children, listen! to making a home this property will make a yearly return on
thousands had passed that way for as nostrils.! And even as she opened her Park, Fla., Dec. .-Our Do you hear the Christmas bells? the investment of from 10 to 25 per cent, according to crop and

years. And always about her. mouth. laving her throat with the intoxicating bakery has changed hands this week, Santa Claus i is on his way, market conditions, price 8500.00; also
many odor that bad been so re- My Residence Property in Winter Park. 12-room, New Modern
yet never so close as to come in con- Mr. Walium having disposed of all Riding in his pretyt sleigh,
pulsive to her before, the canoe was dwelling with every city convenience. Lake front, 20 acres of
tact with her. were the owners of the lifted up.( snatched up and whirled his interests to Mr. Sisco, of Bedford, And we seem to hear him say, land highly improved, 1500 Orange and Grapefruit trees, irrigated

feet that slipped and glided sure foot- about in a gigantic swishing'circle. Indiana, who with his wife and son, Merry Christmas! one and all; I garden. Property is close in, well located, close to the new

edly upon the steps. Above her that Lucille instinctively thrust the broken have taken charge and will try to Merry Christmas! great and small. I Country Club House and Golf Links, a property good enough for
solid wall; beneath her steps that led : the most exacting. Special price to make an immediate sale, $16-
shaft of into the better than .
paddle water in
down into the bowels of the earth; serve our people a way 500, and will give possession in 30 days.
Can not to make
we help some one
finding it useless. She crouched low.
about her human beings whom she ever before. See owner only. Write or phone me for a date and I will send
Round and round in ever narrowing happy; some one less fortunate than car to place in
could not see.Curiously The Congregational Sunday schoolare my any Orange County to show you these properties.
circles she was whirled the black wa- ourselves? Let us find a way to

hands sought clawlike out her hands wrists but drawingher human ter white now as it lashed itself into preparing and will give a cantataon make it aseason of joyous service. I TCD: F. KTCKZ raL:

raging circles from the exact center of Christmas eve before the presents

down the steps silently "with un- which rose a jagged toothed rock-a from the tree are distributed. The I BOX 33, WINTER PARK, FLORIDA
deviating but never barshly. "PEG O' 3IY HEART"
Realizing the purpose.futility of resistance her rock that imperturbably cruelly waited M. E. Sunday school will also hold I Orange County's College: City and one of Florida's Prettiest places.
this dainty morsel being brought him.
Lucille numbly allowed their exercises Christmas eve. The
utter helplessness.
Faster!; faster. In ever shortening circles Wednesday night at the Opera House i __ __
herself to be conducted down Baptist Sunday school will have their I I
the creamy foam of savage waters "Peg o' My Heart," Oliver Morosco's -

the long to swarm flight. before A veritable and army about seemed her- drew the frail canoe toward the ugly services Christma snight.Mr. dramatic gem, will be seen in this city I i, REV. WRAY AXD-FAiIILY REACH r -

black rock that rose from out its cen- Gilbert is erecting a cottagein LAKELANDRev. GORDON'S
Judging from the footfalls. The hands for the second time. The success of RRANDBAGGAGE

upon her wrists were cold. unhealthy. ter.Round and round in the circles of his newly purchased grove just this splendid play at the Cort theatre, I

hairy yet the- sounds of the voices of waters the frat|! craft sped. Then fora north and across the road from Dr. New York, where it enjoyed a phenomenal J. E. Wray, accompanied by --

her captors were harsh gutturals incomprehensible brief fraction of a second the circular Coffin's house. It will soon be readyfor run of nearly two years, Mrs. Wray and their four children, i
human. k I:
yet progress was halted the canoe being occupancy.The will be echoed here by the large attendance -
"This is the end of all for me!" she reached the city yesterday afternoon TRANSFERL.
held steady quivering as another old golf club house is being to witness it this evening. I'I
said In her terror. force: seized it and tried to fight against from Orlando, and are now occupyingthe
moved to the new golf course, whereit This delicate love story holds the
the whirlpool. Lucille held her breath. T. e
of the First Metho- HARRELL.
CHAPTER IX. measuring; the length of time a new will be used by the ladies and as tense attention of the audience from parsonage Prop.

Riches From a Weird Source. hope arrived in hours instead of the storage rooms. the moment the curtain is raised on dist church of which Dr. Wray is the Piano and Furniture

knees jolted from under her seconds( it really was. Then the craft Mr. J. A. Hunter has purchasedthe the first act up to the finale. J. Hart- newly appointed pastor. The latteris

she reached out and found shot out of the current and continued Doyle property just east of town ley Manners has drawn his characterstrue a fine, genial gentleman and has Moving a Specialty

HER downward step. Round upon its wild chase toward the rock.It and expects to take possesion at to life, while its amusing inci- already made a splendid impressionon 8 E. Church St.
; was now a matter of but two rev- PHONE 487
passages through rock dents intermingled in the plot is all all with whom he has come in con-
olutions best before the end. Lucille
vaulted aisle', some so close; the side at tact. As stated before, he is a bril-
aw this with eyes that flinched The New Seminole opened up for that could be desired. This play will
brushed against; her she was hurtled.
refused hold and thereis in the annals of history liant speaker and will be heard by
She had given herself completely up to hot yet that to any dread. the season Tuesday evening linger stage ,

her guides. She knew with a heavy Something slashed against her cheek. promise of the greatest season it and no one should miss ,this opportu- large congregations on next Sundayat

despair that only accident could enable and her hands instinctively reached up. has yet known. nity of seeing it. The large advance both hours.It eivfI

her to find her way back to the step clutching, grasping, clinging to a thick There was to have been a union sale for this evening's performance gives the Telegram pleasure to

through all the turns they had made. tangle of creepers. service at the Congregational church indicates that this play will repeat 1 welcome Dr. Wray and family on be-
The canoe whirled out from under
. Quite abruptly she felt her eyes blinded half of itself, the people of the Methodist -I I OR. L. H.
her while she clung there the savage last Sunday night under the auspicesof its enormous business here of last RAMSDtLi.

flung as aside.the mantle For a of moment blackness she could was water leaping, snapping at her feet. the W. C. T. U., but a telegramtold season. congregation and the public at OPTOMETRIST 1tSUcteanug j jlw
loaned her For large. We believe Dr. Wray will doa
Desperation strength.
of Mrs. Mabel Ste-
of the illness t
not see; then. becoming accustomed tc Ln. \t. F. a.aaua.f
just a !second; she rested then bravely great work in Lakeland and that
the transition from darkness to comparative vens, who was to speak, so the ser- Farmers all over the South express ORLANDO tLUKllMVE
reached out and clambered along tbethi1 ;
light she looked with a shudder vice was postponed. determination to plant less cotton ana between him and his membershipthere
;: vine until she saw the earth beneath -
of terror upon the hairy dwarfed then dropped and lay panting The public schools closed last Fri- more grain and other food crops next will be that bond of felolwship
misshapen creatures who surrounded This time it is believed and harmony that makes for the accomplishment -
vacation. theyare
U H)M the ground, shaking with a nervous day for the holiday year.
her"reaturt's who chattered iu the I Oi TICAL REPAIRING
chill ns the reaction seized her. ercises were held in some of the in earnest.-Pensacola Journal. of the greatest good.
gutturals of mutes creatures whom Loud voices slinking in English I I I
and the pupils were remembered -
darkness bad paled to a rooms
the perpetual
tones wakened her from the state of u _
creatures whose hydrocephalic guts from their teacners.
fishlike by
self pity which followed the chill. She \
heads were always bent far looked 1 Very delightful entertainments were
up swiftly now that the dense
forward as though the s.eue of hearing fastthsses" encircling her were really provided for the older pupils by the T. A :
had been given them in treble value I ; .
pregnable' ; fearing: a new enemy. teachers and all voted them a great

because of the blindness with Fate had been so kind to her and success. Some of the teachers were
which the subterranean life had afflicted i
man so unkind that she realized her and sub-
remembered with beautiful
them. chief dancer simultaneously with therecollection
Sick with the unwholesomeness! of of what she had to guard. stantial gifts by their pupils.A .

the sight Lucille lifted her eves at a She clutched at the little sack, thrilling vesper service was held in j' .

shrill chattering note in the gutturalsa at the rustle of the papers she had Knowles Hall Sunday aftrenoon at c e

note that was strangely familiar. fought; so hard to gain at thought of which Christmas carols were ren

even welcome. She stared wonderingly what they meant to her sweetheart in dered. A very pleasant and interesting \

at the enormous carved statue ofa Manila. The diary told her that Hugo service. :

malignant faced man-a man with Loubeque had thousands of men working :
the lectureat
Prof. II. S. Powers ;
mighty torso and gigantic arms a man tt> do his will.The 'I1

whose head towered far above her and shrill protesting; creak of oar- the Thursday Assembly in Knowles

whose'; forehead and neck and arms locks drove away her fear supplanting Hall last Thursday afternoon, on '

were loaded with blazing rubies. The ; it with one of wild alarm. The "Armaments of Modern Warfare." It .h

alien sound that drove the mutes men were ';going: away-were leaving I was very instructive being partly illustrated -

crouching back came from the gigantic her alone here. Of the millions of in- by samples.The ti
statue. And then Lucille saw that I
habi>iyuits of the globe why should she college closed Wednesday noon f
a huge orang outang squatted complacently a' 3 3t j
think worker of the ? Y
every man a spy of
in the palms of the idol his for the holiday vacation. Many
She flung herself wildly through the
wrinkled old man's face puckered I the students have gone to their
tangle of thick vegetation that barred
curiously.As homes, others are visiting classmatesand f

though their fear had subsidedthe her way from the sound, crying aloudat schoolmates near here, while

underground creatures once more the top of her voice for assistance
the .
some will remain upon grounds.The
closed in upon Lucille. Some impulse even though she knew no sound could

made her dart toward the orang as carry to the men. She found herself :young people from the Congre- IL

though for protection. The foul crea- standing upon a pebbly little beach gational Y. P. S. C. E. canvassed ,a I '

tures were about her. clawing at her that snatched serene crescent of water par of the town Monday and sold : : Tet: 'A

with their horrible, uncertain paws. ,I from the ,1('(>:111. Straining her "stock" in the Save-a-Baby club, of -.

like giant bats. The monkey seemed eyes..he: could dimly see a large rowboat Jacksonville, Florida's greatest charity -

suddenly to waken to the situation it the tip of the (crescent its objective I and realized twenty dollars.

With a shrill note of rage; he leaped ixjiiit being obviously a beautifully More will be sent later. Let every-

from his squatting posture and snatched : slender yacht anchored well out.

the necklace of rubies from about i Lucille wallt'r arms in the air body help.Fayette. L

the idol's neck;, flinging it squarelyinto wildly, running: up and down the beachin Froemke, who was a student -

the center of the mob. It had the desperation as she saw her ujiporti in Rollins last year, visited his

effect of drawing them back for a mo >w!ty for escape! from the terrible jungle brothers and student friends the first

ment. With shrill squeaks the orang's receding. Her throat was racked of the week.President .

hairy paw plucked jewel after jewel from the dry !"o,.,. which escaped: ; her.sobs and Mrs. Blackman pre-

from the idol hurling them at the creatures tof lat and chagrin: at her ova. sented the college faculty and friendsto

with the speed of bullets. Again cowardice tiiul folly.Suddeiily .
I, Prof. and Mrs. Chittenden of Yale
and again be drove- them I back from she stopir dead in her
College, at their home Tuesday after-
her and Lucille constantly fought her tracks her lists tightly clinched as she

way closer to this strange protector. pressed them against her breast. "It noon. They are visiting here for a

Her heart sank as she saw the creature is coming lJ:1l.khe! gasped, for she few days.If ..

had no more missiles. She caught made out tnat the boat bad stopped;

a Hash of hairy arms and body as he that it was being turut-U. there is any suffering in Gads-

leaped toward her his huge, round Over and over again she repeated it. den county it comes from over eating.Gadstlen .
arms Gai'ins: about him. dropping the

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

;; way to sell this beautiful stock of all new, up to date Ready to Wear and every suit and skirtin
the store is on the list to go, and go they will if reduced prices will move them. '
t It's a regular feast of Beautiful merchandise being sold at one half their regular price.

Ladies Coat Suits I RO F GASDErailTEE I Ladies One and Lot ChildrensCcaislatpalf of I .

U Half Price I -fl_ I ; Price I

$10.00 COAT SUITS AT ------$ 5.00 $2.50 COATS AT ------------$ 1.25
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$12.30 COAT SUIT AT $ 6.25 $3.00 COATS AT $ 1.50 t'
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r $15.00 COAT SUITS AT $ 7.50 $4.00 COATS AT $ 2.00 /: -
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$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
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$25.00 COAT SUITS------512.50 $12.50 COATS AT $ 6.25

$30.00 COAT SUITS ------$15.00 NIGHT $15.00 COATS AT $ 7.50

$35.00 COAT SUITS AT ______$17.50 $20.00 COATS AT -------.__$10.00

$10.00 COAT SUITS AT $20.00 $25.00 COATS "
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$50.00 COAT SUITS AT ------$25.00 $30.00 COATS AT
Pay a visit to our Soda Fountain and Lucheonette. -----------$15.00 -
Admission Free until 6.30 p.m.
$60.00 COAT SUITS AT ------$30.00 Admission, Nights, Children, 5c., Adults, lOc $35.00 COATS AT -.----------$17.50

: Wool Dress Goods,Clean Sweep Sale VVoalDress Goods, Ciean Sweep Sale
LAMBS WOOL CLOAKING, 54 inches Ladles Skirts CHIFFON BROAD CLOTH, 54 in. wide
wide $3.00 quality at $ 2.25HEAVER $1.75 and $2.00 quality 1.10 !_
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A r GABARDINE,48 in.wide in green blue x
CLOAKING, :r j G inchesvide, navy and black $1.50 quality -_______ Q 1.00
re, .; $2.00 Quality ---------------.--------$ 1.39 HALF PRICE CREAM ty at SERGE, 54 in. wide $1.50 quali- : F =
WOOL CREPE AND SAN TOY GABAN- ------------------------------ 98CCREAM
DINE, $1.00 and$1.25 quality________ 85C SERGE, 56 in. wide, $1.25 quality -
$ 5.00 Skirts at $ 2.50 at
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CAMELS HAIR PLAIDS, 54 inches wide CREAM SERGE, 38 inches wide 75c.
$2.00 quality _______________________$ 1.39 $ 6.00 Sk. t sa.00 quality at -------:----------------- 48c ',
$ 7.50 Skirts at $ 3.75 WOOL TAFETA, 42 inches wide S5 cent
.f. WOOL CHALLIES beautiful quality
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$: line of designs to choose from, 50c. and $ 8.00 Skirts at $ 4.00 WOOL CREPES, 36 inches wide 75 cent 69c '
60c. qualities at -------------- 39C quality ----------. ---- 48c
T ------ $ 9.00 Skirts at $ 4.50 ---------

'1 2 EXTRA SPECIAL I 10.00.Skirts* at $ 5.00 EXTRA SPECIAL I

One! lot wool dress goods $ 12.00Skirts at $ 6.00 Tweedmouth Plaids, beautiful c
worth $1.00 and $1.25 at I $ 15.00 Skirts at '$ 7.50 colorings, 30c quality I
48C at 19c

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Mr. J. E. Rose, one of the leading
truckers and horticulturists of Lock-
hart, was among the welcome callersat VY14.llEqi
The Sentinel yesterday. His fam-
ily are visiting relatives in Seminole,
so he thought he would visit his
friends in the metropolis of Orange.

Anything electrical at Curry's. r


Show your ftpprecialionYou A WANTED-In private family, board
two meals, pleasant room and surroundings -

I care not far Sentinel.from, no children churches.good Address 12-27-6t cooking B*,, I I II 11 ll'1(4U ll( t t1 I ; T T.HHIJEI

can best express your appreciation of j '. .
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WANTED-Young girl to I .
any money you have received as a ChristmasGift serve as maid for dressmaking de ;: Almost Goiio!' ;, : .
to Mrs. W. L. Bur-
partment. Apply
by bringing it to this bank and using it to rett 12-27-3tc Yowell-Duckworth building. | U # j: Was it y/hat it shoe f have been? 1f
add to your present Savings Account for the 'I

opening of such an account in your own name.It ROOMS: -For rent for light house- :rJ .
keeping, on first, second and third I J i.Ull :(i1t T(
will thus be the foundation of future sav I floors; no objection to children over I l : '
12 or under 1 year. 300 East Con- I
ings. It remains yours at all times. It can be cord. Phone 380. 12-27-ltc I

withdrawn for use at any time. It will earn FOR SALE-One Hercules all steel I I I E Almost((\ Here! .

four per cent. compound interest when bankedin feet triple 1 inch power cable stump; only puller in ,use with short 200( I i II It Ii Let's make it the hrishtcst,

a Savings Account. time. Also, three thoroughbred Po- I j F the best .
II II II II ever! .
land China hogs, one male and two j
gilts, average weight about 150 1 aSlslrir + '
pounds. John S. Brown, R. F. D. No. i .
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1, Orlando, Florida; or 3-4 mile north :i ; .1)':4'ill L?
THE STATE BANK of Orlando o oI of Conway. 12-273twk3tstiV00D i .:

FOR SALE II H II Ii .I ly) banking with this purely home '
i .- institution which stands
I have bought the lumber and slabs i .llit11 for that is for tale
on the W. P. Smith mill yard, near'
L the county home. This is good wood | : ,.' .- welfare of Orlando and its citizens /.. '<_ '- ':':; '
and some lumber in it. All goes for
50 cents per 2 horse load. 4 loads $1. I' '. -: : '
-- -- -- I near Make the all payments yard. to L. L. Meadows, j, sI : >' '_:_: j: 1: :Ei ;
Mr. J. H. Dollman, of the Lake i
LOCAL AND PERSONAL Seasoned pine and oak on the farm i
Pickett section, was among the county at $1 and $1.25 per strand, near Con-1' ., .
visitors way. A. S. HODGES. '
seat '
yesterday. "
Mr. Isaac Vanderpool, of Maitland, 12-24-6t-wkly-3tc .
was in Orlando yesterday greeting Electric radiators at Curry's.Mr. a

friends and shopping. E. M. Brodfield left yesterdayfor I I "D"t !1 ; I I 0 I Iw .'

Electric irons at Curry's.Mr. .
Valdosta, Ga., to visit relatives.He .
expects to return Tuesday. .. .. .
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hisvisit -.;-:- : : -.::: :'-'.'-' <:" .. -' :'" -- '
J. E. Jeffords is back from < :', "-- --" :-';: ';- ;;'j: (?- ; ,'':-
!?! to friends in the northern part Now is the time to order GRIP; i
of the state. FING'S ROSES. W. H. Brokaw, i
salesman. 12-16-tf \

Mr. B. Robbins, who has been pay- Mr. David McClary, one of the I ---
ing a short visit to his grandfather, leading citizens of Gainesville, was
Mr. Benjamin Drew, left yesterday among the business visitors to Or-

lina.afternoon for Southport, North Caro-I lando yesterday.I _. The MERRY XMAS

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Roy McCracken, who travels
out of Tampa for the Uneeda Biscuit
company, is in Orange county visiting SAN REMEMBERED EVERYBODY ?

F FOR SALE II I relatives.To .I.

be DINNER contented today eat a at REAL Mrs.HOLIDAY Cor-- JUANI IF NOT PHONE 20 t

nish's Tea Room. Price 50 cents. I
12-27-ltc will deliver free
From day to day we intend They any gift
2300 of unimproved -
acres Mrs. Albert Brown, who has been
to print something in
pine land fine in Orlando for a few days visiting XMAS CIGARS MIRRORS
truck and fruit land big relatives and friends, left yesterdayfor this space that will interestthe
her home in Jacksonville.Mr. .
portion of it has clay public. To begin with "CANDIES BRUSHES
and marl sub-soil. Situ- and Mrs. T. B. Gillispie have
uate on County road gone to Palatka to spend the holidays we want to call your attento PERFUME KODAKS
with Mrs. Gillispie's parents, Mr. and
within seven miles of : Mrs. the new "
Orlando. II I
Mr. Frank II. :Muller, of Milwaukee -
54.40 an acre will buy 1
Wis., motored to Orlando yesterday QUICK LUNCHDEPARTMENT
this tract and the propo- from Daytona, and spent the
sition is a 'cinch" as a day looking over the city.
small investment. This : Pharmacy'
i Mr. Thos. A. Briggs, who is down
price is for quick sale. from the North at his winter homein I which is open from six in $

If this land Altamonte was in Orlando yesterday ... _.
you want ; the morning till -- ..,--- ,
I greeting his nummerous friends. midnight.In "- r

call onS.G.Dolive this room we will caterto ___ _________ ___ n __ __ ____ _- __ ___ ___ ____
Mr. A. C. Hamlet, of Rocky Mount,
Ga., arrived in Orlando yesterday and the business man who r -
intends to remain during the season. I
He will probably engage in the poultry wants something good in a
& Son business.
i I hurry at reasonable prices. THE ORLANDO BANK & TRUST CO,

REAL ESTATENo. i Mrs. Gilbert II. Turner and daugh-j The room is for men and
ter, Miss Kena Gilberta,
3 WEST PINE STREET I Orlando yesterday over the Atlantic we don't propose to dictate
Coast Line from New York to spend Extends it's kindly greetings and.
Second Floor
their first winter in the City Beauti- how one should dress;

come in in your shirt genuine wish fcr a Merry Christmas

sleeves if you feel like it.
HOME ? .

Let us do it for j ou. and Prosperous New Year to it's
Miniature Orange box for $1.00 prepaid. a
10 lb. package for $1.35 prepaid; 20 lb. package for $2.00

friends and patrons. .
Wright Seed CompanyPhone

179 206 So. Orange Ave. ,

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