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 29, 1914
Publication Date: 1913-1918
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075052
oclc - 34297093
notis - AKR3407
lccn - sn 96027193
System ID: UF00079945:00221
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Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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To Decide Whether Frank Sur- S. Government Has Ordered I President Wants Rest and Will Funds Will Be Distributed to

WASHINGTONRECOGNITION rendered Right Voluntarilyor a. Complete Report of See Few Callers This Week Banks in Orange County SNOW AND RAGING BLASTS

OPINION AT Whether Influence the Shooting I Receives Many Con- Pay 4 Per Cent. on BLINDS GUNNERS AND
TO COMEIN BalancesAt
Forced Him Affray gratulations TRUCE ENSUES
Washington, Dec. 28.-The fairnessof Buffalo, N. Y., Dec. 28.-Commissioner Washington, Dec. 28.-President I the meeting of the Board of I II

SOME PLANS the tr' 'l rf Frank for the murderof of Militia Sam Hughes, at Ot- Wilson was fifty-eight years old to County Commissioners held Saturday THE ALLIES GAIN GERMAN SOIL
afternoon at the court house the Or-
day. There was no special celebra-
Mary Phagan/ at Atlanta, is to be tawa, wired tonight he would orderan Ii _
passed upon by the supreme court of tion marking the occasion, the presi- lando Bank and Trust company was
immediate inquiry into the shoot- dent spending the day quietly sur- selected as the bank to distribute and Advance on Muelhausen Is of
Lamar to-
Mexican GeneralVill Try to the United States. Judge
day handed down his opinion allowing ing of, Americans, Walter Smith and rounded by his family. It was the handle the funds of the $5_5OOO Orange Great Strategic ImportanceWhen
Take Port of Tuxpam and Frank an appeal to the full court Charles Dorsch, by Canadian soldiers first time Mr. Wilson had celebratedhis I county highway bond issue I II
I which has been sold. I Allies Prepare to
White House.
With Gunboats Dislodge birthday at the
from the decision of Federal Judge Erie. Smith was killed and Dorsch
Last the event was observed in I The larger portion of the funds will ; Take Offensive
Carranza Newman, of Georgia, denying him a this morning in the river off Fort year
writ of habeas the quiet atmosphere of the cottage. be apportioned to the Orlando Bank
Washington, Dec. 28.-Within the The principal point made by Frankwas fatally wounded. The three soldiers which the president and his family I and Trust company, which will receive -" Paris, Dec. 28.-A storm of violent
that at the trial public opinion I who did the shooting are under ar- (occupied during their vacation spentat $125,000; the Peoples National proportions which swept over the bat-
next twenty days, according to the and the State bank receiving I
against him was so strong that the rest.An Pass Christian, Miss. bank tle front from Flanders almost to the
view of officials in close touch with presiding judge advised the counselnot inquest which began this af- I President Wilson received numerous $100,000 each, and the other four I German frontier on the allies' right,
the administration's foreign policy, I to have him present in the court ternoon will be continued Wednesday. I letters and telegrams of congrat- banks in the county receiving the re- 'I' today held the opposing armies in a
the United States will have to face room when the verdict was returned, Friends of the Smith family to the :: ulations today. Some of them were mainder. leash.A .
the proposal to recognize the acting and consequently he was deprived ofa number of one hundred and fifty to- from personal friends in all parts of The $400,000 to be distributed to I heavy fall of snow that was driven -
government of Mexico. In the opin- hearing to which he was entitled.It night sent a petition to Washington'''the country, while others were from the six other banks in the county will down in a terrific gale upon almostthe
ion of the same officials the adminis- is for the United States supreme requesting that action be taken by I the rulers of the world's nations. All be drawn upon by the depository I entire war area, acted as a cur-
tration will not be averse to recog- court to decide whether Frank sur- the United States government. Con- brought a feeling of happiness to the bank as the funds are needed to be'I tain which effectively obscured view
nizing as the de facto executive of rendered this right voluntarily or gressman Smith, of the Buffalo dis- president as he. read them. used upon the construction of the of the enemy from the gunners and a

Mexico a representative of the Villa- whether he was compelled to foregoit trict, wired tonight from Washington i In continuation of his plans to get highway.The I truce was enforced practically along
Zapata-Gutierrez convention group. by the influence of the mob. that he had asked the state department i I as much rest as possible during the. following apportionments were the whole front.However .
a If 'the recognition is accorded, the to make an investigation.To I holidays, President Wilson contem- I made upon agreement of representatives in the Argonne region,
will then do business of banks, all seven banks has been furious
United States BELT BROKEIt plates seeing few callers during the seven where the forest fighting -
directly with the controlling factionin Investigate week. His plans call for a confer- being represented at the meeting: during the past fortnight, the
Mexico and the Brazil- Dec. 28.-State de- The six other banks in the county for-
not through looked as though the only light Washingotn, ence with Representative Underwood, French forces managed to press
ian ambassador as at present. Un- Orlando would receive last night partment officials said today they had of Alabama, the majority leader in other than the depository bank will ward through the storm for. material

questionably the administration is would be the moon light, but this illusion ordered a complete report of the the house, on the administration's give bonds or collateral satisfactoryto I: gains.
sympathetic towards the efforts being was dispelled after about ten shooting of two Americans at Fort legislative program, and a receptionto the depository bank. I Reports of the fighting which occurred
made by Villa, Zapata and Gutierrez, minutes when time was given the em- Erie by Canadian soldiers, and would a delegation of Sunday school pu- Orlando Bank and Trust company, I just preceding the period of
to get rid of Carranza and unite all ployes of the Orlando Water & Light investigate at once.MASONIC pils from New Jersey. the depository bank, $125,000; State enforced inactivity indicate that the
the warring elements in a supreme company to change engines when a Bank of Orlando, $100,000; Peoples allies made decisive gains at two extremes
attempt to re-establish peace. belt broke at the plant on the Winter National bank, $100,000; Bank of I. of the line, against Muelhausen -
Villa, according to dispatches to the Park road. INSTAllATIONAt DIED SUNDAY MORNING Winter Park, $50,000; Bank of Win- i and in front of Nieuport. *4
department today, is making' hurried ter Garden, $50,000; State Bank of Both these movements are of great
efforts to capture the port of Tux- THE WEATHER Apopka, $50,000; Bank of Oakland, 'I military importance as they are the
pam, which will put him in possesionof Regular Meeting Last Night" Stanley Perkins of Pine Castle $50,000. Total, $525,000. preliminary developments of the
the port of commerce and perhaps i in Hall Masons Installed Each of the banks named above will
Florida: Local rains Tuesday;. Lodge Goes; to Eternity-Inter flanking maneuvers, which must sure-
v attract there to his standard Mexican warmer in north portion. Wednesday Officers; Enjoyed ;-,<' ment at Ocoee Yester- pay four per cent interest on monthly ly discomfit the invaders when the
gunboats, by which he will be enabledto cloudy., balances to the county. time comes for the allies to assume
dislodge Carranza from Vera Cruz Oyster SupperThe day in Family Lot definitely their offensive.

by- attacks from sea. Masonic Lodge held their reg- Stanley Perkins, third son of Mr.
Washington, Dec. 28.-Justifying A. C. L. OFFICIAL COMINGGeneral ular meeting last night and installedthe and Mrs. E. D. :M.: Perkins, of Pine SIX "JOHN DOES" FINED JUDGE WARLOWS ADDRESS

. his policy toward Carranza, Villa' will following officers: J.V.. Sim- Castle, died Sunday morning at the
soon issue a "Green Book" which will Church Home and Hospital at 6:30 Judge T. Picton Harlow addressedthe
contain many important secret docu- Agent of A. C. L. to mons, W. M.; H. P. Leu, S. W.; E. H. o'clock. The interment was yesterday -I All Brothers Fined $5 Each for Round Table in Unity Chapel at

, ments never before published. The Speak Before Board of Trade Allen, J. W.; T. P. Warlow, tJ"easur- in Ocoee at the family burying Gambling, in Police Court 7:30 o'clock Sunday evening on the

"Green Book," it is stated, will showit January 4-Also to er; H. M. Voorhies, secretary; L. S. ground. The Sentinel in sympathywith I Yesterday-Several subject, "The Juvenile Court," as regards -

was the purpose of Carranza to repudiate Play GolfC. Thornton, S. D.; and E. H. Gore, a host of friends extends its sin- Other Offenders its probable usefulness in Or-
his pledges to the revolutionand J. cerest condolence. lando. The address was plain, concise
establish himself in that D.After and to the point and much
power Drunkenness and speeding, disor- appre-
A. Maull!, general agent for the the work those present were
he might create for himself a dicta- ciated by the members of the Round
Atlantic Coast Line, with headquarters treated to a fine oyster supper. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH SERVICES derly conduct and fighting are not the
torship. Table.
J Wilmington, N. C., writes only offenses to come before His Honor -
from Philadelphia that he has sent in police court. For the first timein

WOMEN FIGHT FOR RIGHTSMany his golf clubs to Orlando and will arrive annual state teachers' associa- Fully the excellent one thousand musical people recital listenedto givenat many months Officer Broom arrested ATTACKS EXISTING RATESFederal

on January 4 to test out the tion will convene today at Lakelandand the Presbyterian church Sunday six persons for gambling.

Suffragists Arrive in links at the Orlando Country Club. Orange county 'teachers will be I night which was pronounced by many They were fined $5 each' in police Sugar Refining Company
well represented at the sessions. A critics to have been the best ever ren- the
for Mr. :Maull: has been invited to address court yesterday. They gave
Washington to Fight Directs
number of teachers dered in Orlando. The Complaints
the Board of Trade in its first goodly departed program as names "John Does, all of the same
regular -
Amendment for yesterday and more will follow today.All I published in The Sentinel was per- family, habitat and species. Against Ocean and
meeting in scheduled
January, for
Suffrage teachers from this county who fectly rendered and charmed the large Other offenders: Rail Lines
Monday night, January 4. attend the event will be prorated one- audience that congregated, to hear the Joe Kirkland and Jack Young, arrested -
Washington, Dec. 28.-The fight in half the railroad fare. recital. The acoustic properties of by Officers Brom and Peel, for Washington, Dec. 28.-The Federal
behalf of the adoption by congress, ofa A CELEBRATION AT RUSSELL'S the church are as nearly perfect as disorderly and indecent conduct and Sugar Refining company of New
constitutional amendment to extend POINT LOST it is possible to get them and this drunkenness, brought fines of $25: York began before the Interstate
feature to produce the exqui- Commerce Commission today proceed-
o suffrage to women, took on additional each. Dr. Howell, arrested by Offi-
Christmas night the children livingin The person who lost the purse Sat- site qualities of the soloists and choir.In cer Peel for speeding, was fined $10. ings attacking ocean and rail freight
interest with the arrival here todayof
the vicinity of Russell's point gavean urday night on Orange avenue con- the morning service Dr. Stagg Aleck Mack, arrested by Officer Car- rates on sugar from New York.cityto
many prominent women suffra- entertainment to their and taining check and prescriptions may preached an elevating and ennoblingsermon ter for being drunk, was fined $5.I Athens, Atlanta, Columbus, Macon -
gists. They plan to be on hand dur- secure information from the Sentinelby full of power and inspiration Tom Byrd, Bob and Webb Sylvester, and other points in Georgia whichare
ing the debate in the house on the friends which was very much enjoyedby ( paying for this advertisement) A large and appreciative audience arrested by Officer Broom for fighting Southern distributing centers.

proposed amendment and to attend those attending. There were pres- whereby he may recover same. was present on both occasions. ', were fined $5 each. John Grover The complaints were directed
the annual meeting of the Congres- ents for all, old and young. The recitation and Mr. Allison were fined $1 each against the Oceon Steamship company
sional Union for Woman's Suffrage and singing were above the for violating traffic laws. George Old Dominion Steamship com-
January 10.Chairman. average. The Harvey sisters, Edna Steal March On Many Friends; Thomas and John (Lightning) Bra- pany, Clyde Steamship company,

Henry, of the house rules Russell, Julia Tracy, Ellen Hoequist, bant, arrested by Officer Gollins,were Southern railway, Seaboard Air Line
committee, plans to report a rule to Sally Ange, especially distinguished Wed At Jacksonville YesterdayA fined $5 each for fighting, and C. J. railway, Central of Georgia railwayand
provide for discussion or a resolution themselves.. After the presents were Bockins, for throwing trash in the Georgia railroad. They: allege
II for submission of the proposed con- distributed dancing was enjoyed by street, was fined $5. present rates of thirty-three cents a
stitutional amendment to the state !. old and ,young until nearly eleven complete surprise was given Or- dispatched to Mr. and Mrs. Beachamand hundred pounds on sugar from New
legislatures within a few days. Vig- o'clock when all retired to their lando society yesterday afternoon friends of Mr. Rogers telling of OPENING FOR POSTOFFICETo York to the Georgia points named are
orous efforts have been made by suf- homes after thanking Mr. and Mrs. when a telegram from Jacksonville the news. Mrs. Fort will return by excessive and discriminatory as com-
frage advocates and its opponents to Russell who kindly furnished the hall conveyed the news that Mr. W. D. train this afternoon from Jackson- prevent congestion, and allow pared with the rate of thirty cents to
bring about a vote on the rule and and music. J. E. T. Rogers and Miss Berta Beacham had more space and freedom for the pa- Birmingham, Ala.
resolution. The suffrage fight in the 1 stolen a march on their friend by ville.Mr.. and Mrs. Rogers have known trons of the postoffice an opening The commission was asked to fir!: a
house is expected to rival in interestthe CHRISTMAS PARTY getting quietly married.Mr. each other for several years althoughthe twelve feet wide is being' cut in the rate not exceeding thirty cents *o tbe

contest over the prohibition con- Rogers is a well known busi- marriage was not expected. The wall of the Arcade building on the Georgia points.DR. .
stitutional amendment.TO The annual Sunday school Christ- ness man and is half owner of the suddenness with which it came was a court opposite the general delivery
mas tree party of St. Luke's Cathe- San Juan Garage company being as- complete surprise both to Mrs. Rog- I window of the postoffice. Throughout LEY'S FINE SERMONThe
RESUME ITS HEARINGS dral was given yesterday afternoon sociated with Mr. L. B. Fort. His ers' parents and to :Mr.: Rogers' many the night a force of workmen was
r *t the Chapter House, Dean Remsen I parents are estimable people and well friends. busy affecting an aperture of the Rev. Dr. J. B. Ley, the new
New York, Dec. 28.-The federal and F. H. Williams presiding. About !. known in this section although their The happy couple will be gone on above dimensions, and by this even- minister of the Orlando :Methodist:
commission on industrial relations, sixty-five children were present and home is in Datona.Irs.. Rogers is a honeymoon of some length, it is ing the entrance will be completed. church, delivered his salutatory ser-
whose chairman is Frank T. Walsh, each one received a present and can- the youngest daughter of Mr. and stated, but when they do return to mon Sunday morning before an audi
, of Kansas City, will resume its sittings dy.: A Christmas play under the direction Mrs. Braxton Beacham, and a sisterto Orlando there will be a royal recep- OBSERVE ST. JOHN'S DAY ence that completely filled the spa-
in New York early in January, of Miss May Kilmer was pro- Miss Norma Beacham. She is a tion accorded them and plenty of rice cious auditorium. He preached a ser
when it will inquire into the activi- duced. All the children had a de- most attractive young woman and is and old shoes will be in evidence.Mr. St. Augustine, Fla., Dec. 28St. mon of great inspiration upon the
ties in industrial affairs of the Rocke- lightful time. popular with Orlando's younger set. Rogers has been in Orlando and John's day is being specially observedin text, "The :Mastery: and :Ministry: of
feller, Cleveland and Sage foundations On Sunday the prospective bride one of the proprietors of the San a suitable manner by local Masons Love." Dr. Ley has been pastor of
t the Baron De Hirsch fund, the MRS. BEEMAX'S NEW the :Methodist: church at Lakeland fora
CADILLACA and bridegroom left Orlando in an Juan Garage company for four years. today. Falling on Sunday this year,
Carnegie benevolences, the Rockefeller automobile chaperoned by Mrs. L. B. Mrs. Rogers has been very popularand it is being observed on :Monday: by year and had a successful ministryin
chaities and similarly richly en- new eight cylinder car was de- Fort, their ride apparently being is exceedingly well known. The direction of the Grand Lodge of Flor- that city. That success will be his
{ dowed organizations. Uvered Saturday to :Mrs.: M. O. Bee- nothing more than a jaunt over the culmination of their two years friend- ida. in Orlando is the earnest wish of The
i Expert witnesses will be called from man by the Orlando Auto and Supply surrounding country- However, they ship starts the New Year in a bright Sentinel. That great good to the
all over the country. Plans for Newt company, distributors. The car is at- proceeded to Jacksonville where on manner and the best wishes for hap- Souvenir folder of Orlando, 24 community and greater progress for
work will be completed in Washington tracting considerable attention. Its yesterday afternoon they were wed- piness and contentment is extendedto views for 15 cents; two for 25 cents. the church will result from Dr. Ley's
before the end of this month. oerformances are truly remarkable. ded. A telegram was immediately them. Curtis & O'Neal, Orange avenue. pastorate is assured.S .


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have bought the lumber and slabson The arket
the \\. P. Smith mill yard, near
the county home. This is good wood OF CLEANLINESS OF
Northern France, Dec. 24.-Furnes QUALITY
A Merry ChristmasA and some lumber in it. All goes for
has become one of the busiest townsin 50 cents per 2 horse load 4 loads $1. I OPPOSITE POST OFFIGE
the whole theatre of war. Its well Make all payments to L. Meadows, I FRESH AND SALT MEATS
New YearIn the .
Happy near yard.Seasoned
built houses and orderly streets are
pine and oak on the farmat Kept under tbe beat sanitary conditions t
full of the brave sons of Belgium and $1 and $1.25 strand, Con- '
per near Everything ocreened from the flies, and kept frlPfoih
France. Fumes is the advance senti- way. A. S. HODGES. -
extending the greetings of the season, nel in whose ear the unceasing and 12246twkly3tcEat and pure. r"
not far distant sound of cannon is We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We haot
we wish to express our gratitude for the lib- ever present. The eyes of suffering what you want. everything in the Meat Line
Sat all want.
eral support accorded us during the past Belgium are turned in hope towardsher. Take a you postscript and forget ft.
For sale by all druggists. H. M. Self Sj Co.
year. We have striven to please, and have Here, in the center of the town are l-7-d&wlyj
many trophies of war drawn up upon L
made your every wish our pleasure. In return the "place" for here are some sevenor
c/3 Don't wait for every one in town to
eight of the heavy German mor-
have Entrican the painter before -- -
you have given us a patronage that has tars abandoned by the enemy in the you try*. Am too Dusy to look you
flooded districts around Dixmude. up. Phone 636, and I will be on the
repaid our every effort, and in soliciting a Job 1-20-tf [OPERA
This engines which did serious dam- \TED.
age amongst the allies' trenches, are I I j 30
J continuance of your support, we promise for
cumbrous, unwieldly and thick set. HOUSE DEC'RRETURN

the future an even better service, if possible, Suddenly one's attention is diverted SANDBOTwo
from these spoils of war. A regi- OF THE SUPREME DELIGHT
than we have given in the past. f;: ment marches by. It is not at firstso

!rJ'!)] easy to recognize it, so mud- Compression Starter OLIVER MOROSCOoffers
stained are the men, so few are the .
W CO distinguishing marks and numbers MADE ESPECIALLY FOR FORDS
left amongst its ranks. Then, in a A Brilliant Production of
moment no doubt is left. It is the Will Start Any That
ESTES? P PHftMAY Y gallant 7th of the Belgian line. Thisis Can be Cranked
the regiment that fought so well
at Liege in the early days of August One sharp pull from the I
UJ when in a few hours, they lost half seat turns the engine over
By J. Hartley Manner ,
their number putting a stubbornand
V. W. ESTES, Proprietor two compressions.
glorious resistance against over- The Createst Comedy of Youth in the English LanguageWith
whelming odds between the forts of That "QUEER SHAPED WHEEL"Does
PHONES that town under the very eye of its The Same Distinguished Cast--and t
heroic defender, General Leman. It. REA MARTIN as "PEG"
The 7th are followed by their dog '
See the Sandbo Mail orders accepted with proper remittance
transport. Harnessed two by two,
61 and 95 I these wonderfully trained animals Seats on sale Tuesday, 9 a. m. at Butts

f. 52gSTES draw their lightly built carts. Per- FORD GARAGE PRICES: 5Oc. 75c. $1.OO, $1.50
iJ fect order prevails amongst these sagacious -
"friends of man." Without _
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|?@STESliBSTESjlH!( ; ,STESJja 1!I STESfl STESj@|U STES)!B STES glides they keep their distance, one
team from the other, following the
column with never an attempt at
breaking away. They know their TEN REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD
work well and perform it with one

I i- THE CHASE & CO is inclined to believe, a sense of duty.
They seem to have thoroughly en- COOK WITH GAS
tered into the important role confidedto

I modern, fully equipped with the best up-to- In one of the teams the dog on the
date machinery, and gives the citrus grower the right attracts much attention. He
has been wounded. A big bandage
--" envelops his head, and many are the 1. Convenience
tefc,... FIRST AID TO
words of shouted to
him as he passes sedately by, strain- 2. Comfort 7. Efficiency
which however, would not accomplish the end desiredby
ing at his traces made of cord his
if he did not also have available the
the grower, 8. Safety
stmp of a tail waggiung furiouslythe
of J ?tiii.CJ: n:/ j 5 while. In no other way does he 3. Cleanliness .

eem in the slightest degree impressed 9. Perfect Regulationof
THE CHASE & CO His attitude is energetic, 4. S. licit'S

DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM but grave. The regiment passes on, of Heat
the dogs follow and again the gal- 5. Accessibility
which with selling forces thoroughly organized experienced lant 7th has gone forward to help in 10. Economy
competent and reliable. the deliverance of its beloved country.


GROWERS' MARKETING AGENTS i Known Tampan Laid to With a Gas Range the heat can be regulated to any desired

CHASE & COMPANYMain Rest Saturday-Was Well degree by simply turning the valve on or off. This is time bothin

Office, Jacksonville, Florida Known in the oven or with the "top burners"and means not only thata
9-30-d&w A. R. BOGUE, Agent, Orlando, Fla.
OrlandoFuneral vast amount of labor and annoyance is saved but also that

.1.1'.t1..111. 1..IIII.II.IIII..II.II.REAL services over the body of your cooking is always sure to be "just right"and better than if

the late Dr. \V. P. Lawrence who cooked on an uncertain wood or oil stove.
:died suddenly at his home in Tampa

ESTATEWe Thursday morning, were held at the Just try it out and see what a difference it makes.
residence Saturday morning at 10
o'clock. Rev. B. K. Thrower was in ,
charge and was attended by delegations -
from the Masons and Knightsof
Pythias, the Elks, the Woodmen of

bud sell all classes and kinds of Real Estate.If the world pallbearers and the Knights who were Templar.The chosen. ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO.

you want to buy or sell the earth it will pay you to call from among the members of the

Hillsborough County Medical Society,
and talk your wishes over with us. of which the deceased was once the GAS DEPARTMENT

revered met at Reed's
The manager of this firm has had years of exper- president undertaking ,
parlor at 9:30 a. m. They

ience dealing in Florida investments, having sold over a were Dr. Charles W. Bartlett Dr. 'JTh
Adalperto Torro, Dr. E. W. Bitzer
million dollars worth of Florida Real Estate in the last Dr. Rollin Jefferson, Dr. J. C. Vinson,

two years.We are well posted on the value of all classes and ;:and charge Interment,Dr.where of J.the S.was Helms.the Masons.in services Woodlawn Dr. Lawrence were cemetery in- Florida a R al E mt & Inv tm at Ci.

kinds of Florida property. We want listed with us all was a past master of Hillsborough
I Lodge No. 25. The members of the

bargains in Real Estate and we want customers: for Real various secret orders of which he wasa Capital $50,000. [Fully Paid Up.
member attended the funeral in a
Estate Bargains. body.
Incorporated In Florida; Therefore Under Slate Control, '


WARING REAL ESTATE COMPANY | Business Man of Baltimore Was

in Orlando Looking Over Il/E! extend a cordially invitation to investors and
R. D. WARING, Manager City; May LocateMr.
W Property-Holders to call at our office, to learn
' Rooms 4 and Watkins Block Phone No. 63111.15tf S. M. Bourne, a wholesale hard-
ware merchant of Baltimore Md., is the most progressive and conservative methods.To .
in the city quietly looking over the
offerings of what he calls the "best protect your interests this Company aside oithei
.111..11.,1.11111'1'1..1.... ,...... .. .... little city in the South." Mr. Bourneis

4 I looking for a place to establish a financial strength, give Bank Guarantee whenever our

AUTO PHONE FOR 646 HIRE I Dr BuckmasterOSTEOPATH were winter not home for and the intimated exorbitant that freight if it clients demand it. Enquiries by mail promptly an

rates that prevail south of Jackson-
FIRST ville his firm might establish a swered.
BARNARD & SON branch store at some point on the

17 Hughey Street Orlando Fla. Graduate of Kirksville Florida peninsula. That he is favor- HENRY BENEDICT, President
12-10-lm ably impressed with Orlando, he left

132 S. Orane, Avenue no room for doubt.
i Office over Peoples National Bank Phone 570
Wood $1.60 a strand up. Hand's Our idea of a harmless sport is
Coal Yard phone 566. 9-31-tf ABOVE PEOPLES BANK PHONE 578 croquet II I Iz



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DR. S. S. JONES, chiropractor, I
graduate Davenport College, 17 and I I

CHEAP Broken Lamp, Bent Fender and I H. L. Haight and Family Motorto 209.18 Yowell-Duckworth Intelligent people building everywhere; phone') GRANDTODAY
PLACE Twisted Sunday School Orlando Without Mishap are being restored to health by chiro-: 'I I
Vocabulary Was the practic adjustments, the new science
Result in Hudson Car of removing the cause of disease. Ex
amination free. 12-24-lmo

Iq4 of mile outside A of I Almost every day it is an easy
quartet young men who had
matter to chronicle the arrival in Or- IN RE TAFT DRAINAGE DIS-
imbibed too freely of the Tampa TRICT, A CORPORATION
city limits. 11 acres brand of Christmas cheer loaded lando of parties making a long distance -
trip in their automobile to the To Whom It Concern
May :
themselves into
an automobile Friday
of good bearing and best inland town in Florida, but the You will please take notice that a DANIEL FROHMANPRESENTS
evening started southward. When meeting of the owners of land situate
last ones to be called to the attentionof
beautiful near Taft the car collided with a within the Taft Drainage District, a
grove---- cracker cow that tarried too long in The Sentinel representative were corporation, is hereby called to be help
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Haight, and two at the Court House in Orlando, Flori-
lake frontage. Five the path of auto fury and as a con- sons, Aubrey and Earl, of Lansing, day, on Saturday, the 9th day of January .
I sequence both came off the worse for nineteen hundred and fifteen, at N\a.y wi
Mich., who all the in their
I way
hard- meeting.The 10 o'clock a. m., for the purpose of
room cottage, ancient and weather beaten Hudson car. They did not have a electing a board of three supervisorsto
mishap of any kind, but found the be composed of owners of the landsin In her greatest comedy success
frame of this shadow of real
a cow
roads bad in Tennessee. said Taft Drainage District, two of
wabbled off even more gracefullythan They are whom at least shall be residents of "
!\.1rs. Black is Back.
going to make Orlando their home,
road.$6,5OO the young man who crawled out Orange county, Florida, this meeting
of the car and tried to take an inventory and are happily domiciled in Concord being called in pursuance of section
Park for the season. t chanter 6458, Laws of Florida Acts
of the broken
parts of the of 1913.
machine of destruction.A In witness whereof I have hereuntoset
Colonial Hills Attract ven isIs broken lamp, a bent fender anda Publicity is a great thing in health my hand and the seal of the Cir-
'\ twisted Sunday school vocabularywas campaign, acocrding to the doctors in cuit Court of Orange county, Florida,
Attracting Atlenton this 21st day of December, A. D.
about the extent of the damageto session at Jacksonville. However, nineteen hundred and fourteen.
the car outfit. The fault was with ethics forbids the doctors to pay foradvertising. (Seal.) B. M. ROBINSON,
both parties to the transaction, for .-Pensacola Journal. Clerk Circuit Court, Orange Co., Fla.
the animal moved too slow and the dI222&1229Get

CARL DANNNEIL car too fast. Get the news ii the Sentinel first. the news in The Sentinel first.
The chief difference between this t s ?
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brute of the woods and the brutes in _
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the car was that the former knew in d :
McDUFFEE which end it hirts, while the latter
did not. ?

The moral is, "Do not mix whiskeywith
Contractor and Builder your gasoline."

Jiungalows a Specialty'
Arcade: Building. Orlando

Ocala, Fla., Dec. 26.-After beingout j
all night, the jury in the Hough
murder case returned a verdict yesterday .-"
morning of murder in the first LOWER PRICES ON FORD CARS .

degree, with a recommendation of 1 1914 to August .4
Effective: from August ,
mercy. reduc-
liyio and guaranteed against any
Phone No. 5. 206 Boone StreetP. Alter deliberating an hour and for- lion during that time: ") America's Foremost Comedienne in one of America's
ty-five minutes the jury was sent to Funniest Comedies. A story of humorous deceptionsand
M. and W. O. COX I
their rooms for the night. This was Touring Car .- 5555.00 comic complications.
.1 1023tiPUREQUILL the fourth trial, and much intereswas
manifested. In the previous tri- .? Runabout 505.00 '} .. t I A Paramount Production. Four Big Pal ts.10c .

als there was a mistrial in each case. F- O. B. Orlando. All cart fully equipped.turlhtr. I

the verdict returned yesterday was I we will be able to obtain the m :'.mam efficient- i
somewhat unexpected, as it was the in our factory production and the minimum cost In ourpnrchaiinc HEAR "THAT ORCHESTRA"20c
I and aalea department If we each an nut.ut of
concensus of opinion that the jury 300.VOO cart between the above dates.tad .
would again fail to
agree. to pay a*
utionld we reach this production we agree
1I 1 the bu .,r-. share from $40 t. $60 per car (on or aboalAor
I ....t 1.1315) to every: retail buyer who purchases a new Tomorrow"Albe
CLOSE TO CHRISTMAS BABY Ford ear between August I. 114 and August 1. ISIS.
--- I further particular regarding these low price and profit-
The Montclair Jams, Jel Rome, Dec. 26.-A daughter was I For abating plan. ** *-n" to the oneen today. This is Queen .
lies, Fruit and Preserves con- Helena's fifth child, four of them be- F. G. RUSH. I
Musical Octette
tain no coloring matter or ing gtas.Clay I Phone 226 ,

adulteration. county is coming to the frontas I
See a farming and stock raising couni i
't our large display. -- --
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ty.-Clay County Times.

5 and lOc Counters ] THE OLD RELIABLE I


We have not stated a 5 and I

IOC grocery, but we have -. Dr. B. D. WIENENGA Prop.

counters upon which goods

ot this value are displayed.
Look them over. Livery, Draying and HaulingWE




New Modern Grocen// and Mrs. Wm. Chase Temple request the honor of AUTO, AUTO BUS AND TRUCK

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 give honor of

6 and 8 East Pine St. MR. and MRS. ADELBERT WILLIAM MASON, at the
'Phone 257. Orlando, Florida
New Seminole Hotel, Winter Park, Fla., on New Year's Eve*

ORLANDO Reception from 8 to 9 o'clock. Dancing from 9 till ll. -
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Refreshments, 11 to 12. At midnight the newlyear; will be .

PLUMBING CO welcomed by resuming dancing, which will continue so longas WHAT WILL WE HAVE FOR SUPPEEver

,. any dancers remain. hear this before'? Let the Delicatessen Man do it.
Something new Something New !
Try it. Ask About it.
"That Grand Orchestra"will furnish the music. Mr. Complete Lunch put up ready for the table. For one, for two, for
three or more
PHONE 122 Lillard and Miss Washington will Always have a stock of good things to eat on hand

i Best Plumbing at Low- dance as one of the numbers on the program; Miss List of POTATO SALADJ.

Winter Park
est Prices a pupil "The Castles, will also present a Phone Bakery

, We are not in the combine. number of the very latest dance creations of the famous .

SLAUTER'S latest inventions usedon "Castle House".
all first-class I

Plumbing Construction In order to avoid the bare poss bility of omitting from +I I Am Leaving FloridaAnd I

an invitation list a single one of their friends and 1- i ?w ill Specially Price my two Properties in Winter ParkA

,Real Estate Boughtand wishers, Mr. and Mrs. Temple have taken this method or
good 6-room house, 7 acres of land and a fine Grove of 800
inviting through the instead of card and full bearing Orange, Grapefruit and Tangerine Trees. Within two
Sold. press by sincerely blocks of Public School, close to Depot and Post Office. In addi-
that tion to making a home this property will make a yearly return on
hope everyone desiring to do honor to the young mcU"rled the investment of from 10 to 25 per cent, according to crop: and

,V City Building Lots, $100; $1.00 cash daughter of the house of Temple'will come and aid themin My market Residence conditions Property, price $8,500.00 in Winter; also Park, 12-room, New Modern

and $1.00 per week buys a Lot 1 dwelling with every city convenience. Lake front, 20 acres of
RENTS COLLECTED starting a very Happy New Year together. land highly improved, 1560 Orange and Grapefruit trees, irrigated
I garden. Property is close in, well located, close to the new
Notary Work Promptly and Neatly 10. I Country Club House and Golf Links, a property good enough for
Done. the most exacting. Special price to make an immediate sale, $16-
500, and will give possession in 30 days.
See owner only. Write or phone me for a date and I will send
; N. P. HATCHERORLANDO I my car to any place in Orange County to show you these properties.


: Office at Pinehurst ParkP. .1 WINTER PARK FLORIDA

O. Box 281 I I. Orange County's College City and one of Florida's Prettiest places.
f PHONE 405 !0-8-im

South Florida SentinelMORNING
( W. S. Branch) WANTED-January 1st, unfurnished
AND WEEKLYW. 6 or 7 room house. D. E. Flint No.
M. GLENN ..... ...........E W. C. ESSINGTON .. Buain... Manager Things to Worry AboutIt
Entered att- postoffice; -at Orlando Florida is a penal offense to whistle on TO RENT-Suite of two rooms fur-
as Second Class Mail Matter. the streets of Zukar Russia.TampaTribune. nished for light housekeeping; mod- i
SUBSCRIPTION RATES ern conveniences; private family;
Daily. 1 Year ........................ '3.00 adults only. Apply 512 South Lake 1
Daily. 6 Months ...................... 2.60 It is a beanal offense to whistle too street. Phone 562. 12-29-5t
Daily. 3 Months ................... 1.25 loud on Beacon Hill', Boston.0 '
Daily. 1 Month ....................:.: .SOWeekly Four lots on Colo-
j Y_r ........ ..........11.00 -- LOST-A pair of gold rimmed double ;
:;:: 363" lens reading glasses between Lu- Dial Drive within 300
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN Only 363 days until another Christmas. cerne theatre and Butt's Candy Kitchen. '
ADVANCETO Do your Christmas shopping Return to Lucerne theatre and feet of Colonial Hills : '
ADVERTISERS: receive reward. 12-29-ltc
early. I NEW%% YEAR GifTS
Copy far display and all ether hand-Mi
advertiunr must be handea in at the buuneuoffice -- FOR RENT-Furnished rooms for where lots are priced :
.f the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m. Gates Ight housekeeping; modern improvements -
to the chances day bef.re for publication.contract advertising This rule:applies it is What has become of the scheme of ; good neighborhood; rates from 350 to 600 dollars ;
invariable and will be strictly adhered to. reasonable. Also six roomed modern
the Civic Improvement League to house for rent, $20 a month. Inquire ,
SubscFibers should notify desiring the The office Sentinel in writing discontinued on have city gates placed at the north 606 West Central avenue. 12296t'Mr. per lot. It taken'j
the date of expiration otherwise it will be and south limits of the corporation? j
continued at the regular subscription rates. the :
within ten
until notice to stop is received Now that the paving has been fin- and Mrs. Vine Harding and days
Telephone Numb ...................... 24 ished it would be most fitting and ap- daughter Dorothy of 706 West Ame-
lia street have left to motor to Miami price is only $800 for
propriate to have arch i
TUESDAY DECEMBER 29, 1914. a pretty over going via Daytona. They will
i I
---- the street at each end bearing the visit friends and see the country fora
the four lots.Cooper
Orlando needs a motor fire truck words "Welcome to Orlando the few days. .

worse than it needs a new city hall. Beautiful," or some other suitable
inscription. Do not do this because Up I* date panting, papering etc.,
The ideal kiss is the one that is some other town has done it. We are is the kind you want. Where to get While our phenomenal Christmas -

never given.It not aware that such is the case. Do it? That's easy phone 636. W. T. Atha business has depleted our "
o it because no other town has an arch Entrican. 1-20-tf
is well to know how to do some of welcome. Set the pace. The idea stocks somewhat we still havean
114 South Orange ATC. Ground Floor j i
things and better to know how to not originated with the ladies of the Civic Dr. II. C. Dozier and family and assortment that can
do others.A League and we hope they will carryit Mr. John Dozier returned this after- Phone No. 311 many
out. noon from their Christmas visit to I make an excellent selection
o Orlando. Mrs. John Dozier will spenda ,
man may be justified in thinkinghis -- week or more with her daughter and at much lower prices than
wife is silly-considering the kind NeutralityTo Mrs. Sylvan McElroy in Orlando be- Da-SentineL' \
Subscribe for The
fore Star. before.
of man she married.It preserve your strict neutrality returning.-Ocala .
o ladies if among your Christmas gifts
takes a lot of cheek to kiss some there were bottles and jars of perfume ; 1 1I We ennumerate a few on which

girls but most of them are willing to face cream toilet water mani- 1 considerable Price Reductions
supply the cheek. cure powders etc., bearing the inscription i i a
o "Made in France," or"Man have been made---

But sometimes an amateur vocalist ufactured in England] ," you must either -I I r

loses his voice and the neighbors live send these things to the starving

peacefully ever after. Belgians or put them on the top shelfin
o the closet to remain until "the I

Many a man is so constituted that cruel war is over." LAKE EOLA

he makes friends with every one except -0- 1

himself. Thomas Jefferson Wine introduced scup- I I
-0-- pernong wine at the White House
The bathing suit is not very muchin banquets some hundred and thirty- I
demand these days. The bath robe five years ago. It now remains for
is more comfortable. some one to put one over both Tom Here is an unusual offering one that I can unhesi-
and Bill Bryan by introducing scuppernong Toilet and Manicure Sets J.
- o grape juice at the White tatingly recommend as a GREAT BARGAIN. The lot is
.Every person who can should re- House functions.
-member the Christmas spirit and let -- 90x200 and the house contains seven rooms and bath. ..

it continue. Geo. W.PresidentCol. Goethals spent his I Fancy Linens
o Christmas in America for the first Servants room on premises. Orange and grapefruit and
Bargains in radium can be snappedup time in eight years. Possibly by the
these days. A whole gram is selling time another eight years rolls aroundhe peach trees shruberry and flowers and ornamental
will spend his Christmas as the Children's Bath Robes
now for only 40000. man of power and influence in the plants. Owner will sell furnished or unfurnished. The
g White House. I I

Usually the neighbors think the sad .I location is No. 215 E. Robinson avenue on north shore of
look on a married woman's face is THE CHRISTMAS SHIP Men's Bath RobesMen's

due to the actions of her husband.All By Arthur Ivey Lake Eola and overlooking Eola Park. Listed exclusively -

the world may o love a lover but Like Fast a across snow the white breakers pigeon foaming homing; with me. The price will astonish you, it too low Combination Sets

when he gets ready to furnish the flat Murky gloom of night descending
but owneris determined to sell. Cash or terms. I
Roaring billows never ending;
he has to pay all the freight himself. Gleaming gliding smoothly riding (Tie Hdkf. Socks) r.

o Swiftly night's dark shades are hid-
The crowd at the postoffice still ingWhata-
continues to grow despite the fact vessel fair and free.
that the Yuletide season is almost Swift as any thought she's fleeting, Fancy Handkerchiefs
Bearing joy and Christmas greeting
over. To the lands across the sea.!
o S. Y. WAY -
Business in Orlando on next Friday Smooth she glides with full sails Parasols and Umbrellas
will be practically suspended. The As the crescent moon is dying

banks postoffice and the business Leaving bells for Christmas ringing. Insurance and Real Estate Agent !
houses generally will be closed up for Joyous bands of children singing Boxed Hosiery
the day. In a land where men are free.

o To a land where fear and sorrow PHONE 172
Italy is to follow the fashion even Drive away each glad tomorrow; .
if it keeps out of the war. It is to Men and maids and all the nation Fancy Embroidered Huck
Face dread death .
by gaunt starvation
have a moratorium in January Feb-
With no hope by land or sea.
ruary and March. However it is a.. Towels
poor fashion. May this good ship swiftly gliding.
o I Show them that God's love's abiding I
Watcheth o'er that day break-
; soon
Any returned traveler who can report -' :
ing Vacumn Bottles etc.
merely the hitherto unreported And red Mars his sport forsaking ,
blowing up of a dreadnaught is com- 'I They will once again be free.

ing far short of the standards set by ------
Gulliver and Baron Munchausen. -


variety local Strawberries market made their yesterday.of appearance the home They grown in were the La Vallieres -and Bracelet Watches C

not in reach of the average newspa-

per man-the price was 60 cents a r

o dainty enough fora,.. fairy

Every city and town and villageand What girl can resist the charm of a dainty La Valliere, a veritable Big Reductionsin
cross roads community has its
petty jealousies its plotters and its lacework of gold or platinum, set with precious or semipreciousstones

smallest schemers.village From in New Florida] York there to are the The designs this year are so unusually lovely, so delicate the Ready-to-

rivals churches in business and in society.in professions In North in and fine, we are sure they must have been inspired by the fairies- Wear Departm't

Florida there are some people' who

try to squeeze South Florida and in Especially, charming too are our] BraceletVatches.; ]tA more pleasing gift ,
South Florida there who
think North Florida should are some cease to could not be chosen, or one that combines so much beauty with practicabilityCome i

exist; and in Tampa they wonder

why Jacksonville is on the map and in and look them over-whether you intend to pur-
in Jacksonville they wonder why
Tampa continues to prosper; and in chase or not. We know it will be a treat to you to see

Miami they think that section holds these exquisite pieces of jewelry,
all the notables in the world and in

West Florida they think that the East

Coast is as far away as Africa.In OPEN EVENINGS
Central Florida? Well' here in

Central Florida with the New Year
about to burst in all its splendor DICKSON YES CO.

upon Orange county and its fair capital -

people are being advised to start T. H. EVANSJEWELER .I
off the new :year with less bitterness;

less feeling; more generosity; greater
business impetus; greater and loftier
ideals; a keener incentive to do the .. ..

right and just thing by 'their
and above all-to give to Orlando Orange Avenue Florida

greater pestige power and stability
among her sister cities of this beau-

tiful state. -





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ii L E NTODAY j I Open TODAY'S Admission 2 p. m. PROGRAM and 5 centlJ.tllllll..II.IIIIIIIIIIII'6:30 p. m. ; a V' II IIa

i "SHORTY FALLS INTO A TITLE UniversaL Four-Animated Reels-Four Weekly.
Sterling. "At Three O'clock. A Merry
huge comedy spectacle, with Ford
A two part Broncho Western farce comedy in which the Sterling. a
Powers. "In Roman Garden.
famous cow-boy has adventures with the English suffragettes. Frontier. "A a Frontier Romance."
A thrilling adventure in one reel. _

A. J. Nye, a prominent shipper of
citrus fruits at Orlando, was in town I n n nU
"WHEN QUEENIE CAME BACK, -Tampa yesterday,Tribune.and also Theodore Hertz.I: We extend to all our

A servant problem play with a novel and happy ending. THAT GOOD I U customers and friends U Un

, Automobile Coupons Contest.given with every admission, good for the Lucerne Theatre Great GULf GASOLINf.n the compliments of n nU

the season. .

I Same: Ld"tvtle Prices I AND U u



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---- --- Drums for shipping and storage
Mr. Wallace Davis, of Ocala, spent
Christmas at the home of his parentsin tanks kept on hand.

I (Manic nttrtJ I Mr.Orlando.-Ocala J. T. Peebles Star.arrived Saturday ALLEN &CO.
Lubricating Oil and Greases to suit
from Pittsburg, Pa., and intends to
all cars. Give make of car when you
-Edited By Miss Eliza: Wright spend the winter in this part of Flor- order. I I

Office telephone No. 179. Residence telephone No. 254 ida. He has pleasant quarters on

-, Hill street.

WEEKLY SOCIAL CALENDARDec. pin, in remembrance of her birthday, I Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Messenger, of GULF REFINING
by the girls, who love her so dearly. High Springs, were among the arrivals CO.
29thJan. 2nd. Fruit salad, saltines, and hot choco- in Orlando last week. They ,
late were served. There wer eabout P. G. WALTON ---- .
intend to remain until the New Year Agent Aim ao;= "
Tuesday sixty young people present.
1 P. M.-Luncheon-bridge, Mrs. Wednesday Card Club I with friends on South street. .Office Phone 450. -
Paul C. McNeil. Mrs. W. E. Hudson will entertainthe i Residence Phone 269. 11111111111111 U II U 111111111111111111111111111 II II I
Dancing Club, Country Club. Wednesday Card Club at her Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Grimes, of W. R. Rh..nTHERE'S
8 P. Mendelssohn Club rehear- home on Clear Lake, and wishes all Daytona, were among the arrivals in W. S.Coleman
sal, Presbyterian lecture room. members to come about 2:15, so that I Orlando yesterday. They were here A REASON FOR
at 2:30.
Wednesday playing can begin promptly
for the purpose of renting a nice cot-
2:15 P. Wednesday Afternoon Mendelssohn RehearsalThe tage in the City Beautiful which they VENEER CORES
> Card Club; Mrs. W. E. Hudson, hos- Mendlessohn Club rehearsal to- expect to occupy the first of the New SUN PROOF PAINT:
tess. night will be one of the last, as the --
Year. $1.25Per --
3 P. M.-Unity Circle, New Year's date for the "Hiawatha" concert has
been set for January 6th, at the Or- in day.
reception.Mrs. popularity
_ ; ; Sold at gaining- every
Joe Cheney entertains in honor lando opera house. Judge J. P. Hawthorne was in the Strand Up
from Ocoee, where he
city yesterday
of :Master John Cheney Elerbe. From Tampa IT
8:30 P. M.-Informal dance, Lu- Miss :Mary Clarke arrived yesterday had been spending the holidays with FIRE-PLACE CHUNKS AND QUALITY-THAT'S
cerne hoteL afternoon from Tampa to be the relatives and friends. He was en OAK WOOD We also handle. full line of Painters A Rape
house of Miss McCul- route to Lakeland to attend the State Wall Pape
Thursday guest Mary Hangers Supplies. 2000Rolls
3 P. M.-Young Matrons Card lough, on South Main street, for a Teachers' Association, which will Orlando Wood YardB. to go at coat price.
Club; Mrs. Joseph Bumby, Jr., hos- few days. convene in that city today. .

tess.8:30 P. M. Rosalind Club New Tonight Kossmore the Rossmore Inn Opening Inn will be Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Kinsman arrived W.STREET Kingsley,AND ProprietorPINE R:. R. ORLANDO PAINT AND ILL PAPER CO. j

Year's eve dance. formally opened at Windermere with last week from Warren, Ohio, Telephone 344
9-30 I. The Sign of the Sun Phone 261 205 So.Orange Ave
Temple reception, Seminole hotel, I a ball, to which many Orlando people to spend the winter in Orlando. Theyare
Winter Park. I have received invitations. It is onlya .. . . . . ..a..II..IIIRII.I.IIIII. ..
I both well known in this city and - - - - - - - -
FridayA short drive out by auto, a few miles
prosperous New Year to all. beyond Gotha, and should be a favor- I have many friends who will find themas
Saturday ite place for touring parties, as it is usual at the Wyoming hotel. -
3 P. M. D. A. R. meeting; Mrs. situated ideally on one of Florida's
most beautiful lakes, Big Butler.
S. A. Robinson, hostess.
" Miss Davis Charming Hostess Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Liberty, of Lex- FRANK_A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL
From JacksonvilleMr. Miss Gayle Davis is charmingly en- ington, Ky., and Mr. J. M. Mayor, of
and Mrs. Frank D. Guernseyand tertaining the young college girls?: at Owensboro, same state, arrived in Or-
their house guests, Mr. and Mrs. ;her delightful home on Lucerne Cir- lando yesterday to spend several Established
Sam Marks, of Jacksonville, left by I de. Last night one of the popular weeks. They will doubtless become
auto yesterday afternoon for Victo- dansants was given at the Davis I permanent residents, as they have
ria, where they will camp and hunt home and a splendid social time was I purchased lots in a pretty part of the
for a few days. enjoyed. The dance last night was city and intend to build winter homes.
For Few Days HuntingMr. one of a series given by Miss Davis. I CURTIS & O'NEAL
Joseph Bumby and brotherinlaw One was given on last Wednesday Those in attendance at the Florida
George Banschback, have gone night, one last night and another will i Osteopath convention in Orlando last
to the woods below Narcoossee for a be given Wednesday afternoon. Miss week included: Dr. Paul R. Davis,
few days hunting.A I Davis has for her house guest Miss I Jacksonville; Dr. Sarah Wheeler,
Victrola Dance Rose Powers, daughter of Prof. Pow Lakeland; Dr. Ella X. Quinn, St. Au- INSURANCE LOANS
Miss Gayle Davis entertained informally ers of Rollins College.At gustine; Dr. A. E. Berry and Dr. N.
last night with a Victrola the Lucerne S. Berry, Tampa; Dr. Sarah Davis,
dance at her home on Lucerne Circle.I The New Lucerne has engaged Mc- I Palatka; Dr. Mary M. Lucas, Lakeland -
This was the second of several parties I Intosh's orchestra for the season and ; Dr. Grace Miller, Clearwater; REAL ESTATE RENTALS
4 Miss Davis is giving during the I will give a dance every Wednesday I' Dr. J. C. Herman, Daytona; Dr. Grace
holiday season, to the girls and boys evening. The firs tdance will be given Gould, DeLand; Dr. W. B. Meacham,
who are home from college. Wednesday evening of this week. Asheville, N. C.; Dr. Mason Pressley,
One of Seri's of Teas Paris; Dr. Robinson, Fort Pierce; Dr.
This afternoon yiss: Ruth Isaacson Mr. E. O. Marshall, who spends his Crum, Bartow; Dr. DeWitt Lightsy,
Girls" at Bartow; Dr. Laura Jones, Daytona
will entertain the "College
summers at Banks Village, N. II., and
Beach Dr. F. C. Wert, San Antonio
tea, being one of a series of teas. ; ;
:Miss Dorothy Johnson was hostess I his winters in Altamonte, visited Orlando I Dr. Buckmaster, Dr. Howell, Dr.V.. FOR RENI-Bungalo 5 Rooms Furnished, South Main
for one and Miss Pauline Nuchols Saturday and renewed his alle i M. Harper, and Dr. Josephine B. Harper .
will be hostess for another.At I'giance to the best paper printed in Sanford.OSTEOPATHY, Orlando. ; Dr. C. L. Brundage, Street.
.) ; Church the banner county of Florida-The
The Methodist I'hilathea class of
girls entertained the Baraca class of I SentineLMr. Seven Room House, South Orlando.
young men last evening: at the church
parlors. Christmas greens and holly Herbert C. Gettier, commercial

The and Sunday poinsettias school decorated orchestra the gave room.enjoyable agent for the Atlantic Coast Line, DR. J. C .HOWELL Two New Five Room Houses, South West Orlando.

numbers urder their capable with headquarters in Albany, Ga., Doors 10-12, 3-5, and by appointment
leader, Mr. A. A. Patch. Others of I, spent Christmas with his mother, No extra charge for hOuse treatment
the classes gave readings, and several Mrs. J.V.. Gettier, and sister, Miss Except Night Calb.Telephone .
vocal and instrumental solos. The -
Philathea class teacher, :Mrs. F. A. Norma, at their home on North Or- connections
Curtis, was given a beautiful gold ange avenue. Office: cor.>> Orange and Central Arc* IIIIIMMMiilMliMMiliiliillllilllMIHIMlilH .11111,1111,111111...


t We have the genuine PREST-O-LITE tanks : :

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

all the time. shock absorbers and extra tire set,

Will take in your Searchlight tank and give i i $450.00.

4 Passenger in perfect condition with
you a PREST-O-LITE in exchange at no ad- ;

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

4 Passenger in goodconditi on $300.00.

j | Get exchange at either shop Runabout, overhauled, in good condi-

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tion $425.00.

? [ I. W. Phillips & Sons Orlando Auto Supply Co. |: .

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


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SITUATION WANTED-If you need umber baths and
reliable man in office hotel, store Shingles
SENTINEL grove or any business where an all
round man is required, write me; experience -
and references..B.Crosby,
Orlando, Fla. 12-24-31
WANTED ROOMS-Suite of fur-
nished rooms wanted for light
housekeeping. Must be centrally lo- .
cated. Address giving particulars,
Morning Sentinel Want D. L. B., General Delivery, City.
Directory is the Greatest Want 12-24-3t ORLANDO: J'Royal
Ad Medium in Orlando.

POSITION-A good home for white
Terms Cash in Advance. girl that wants to do general house-
work. Apply 601 E. Central, or tele-
For One Day ______________2ot; phone 591. 12-23-6tc Cement Agatite Plaster and Perfection Lime
For Three Days ____________50c ---- ,
For Six hays _______________75c NOTICE-I] have accepted agency for
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A PERFECT[ [ GEM[ For This One rate Month applies____on___all____ads_$2.50 of Orange Wilson county& Toomer's and will fertilizers appreciatethe in 111111111111111111111111111111111111111 II 111111 II 111111111111111111 II 1111111 S .

and we know the propertywill 25 words or less. If the ad con- patronage of their old customers,
and hope to make new friends for this
tains more than 25 words the rate
bear out the name. will be one cent per word for firm. Their Ideal brands are too well
each additional word, for each in- known for any comment at my hands.
A BB llYJlRNSHED) sertion.If My experience as a grower of both {;-
you can't bring your ad to fruit and vegetables warrants we in
Orlando home modern in the office telephone No. 21. Ac- saying, as their agent, I can be of 111;D4 IDSON r rU
every detail. Large lot, or- counts opened by telephone will be real service to those who have grove
payable the following day. trouble. I am prepared to give to
range grapefruit guava, my patrons not only my; own experience -
lemon and banana trees in Every Home-Every Business but that of the firm, which cov-
full bearing. Handsome cam- Every Man has use for a ers every detail of the citrus and veg-

phor and Magnolia trees. Sentinel Want Ad. citrus Phone 708.EIGHTEEN industry.. H. C. McDaniel.

FOR SALE land on Lake Gatlin; sixteen in
five year old oranges and grapefruit;
you are looking for some- FOR SALE-One Hercu es all steel overlooks four lakes; in perfect con- Mf
thing extra choice let us show triple power stump puller, with 200 dition. Price $12,000. Nothing bet-
you this proposition. Ready feet 1 inch cable; only in use short ter in Florida, unless it is the prop- 1
for occupancy. 7 minutes time. Also, three thoroughbred Poland erty below described. .
China hogs, one male and two ',
walk to business center. We gilts average weight about 150 TWENTY ACRES, in good neighbor-
call it one of the show placesof pounds. John S. Brown, R. F. D. No. hood; fine land; 10 acres in bear-
Orlando and believe you 1, Orlando, Florida; or 3-4 mile north ing trees; good lake protection; good
will agree with us when of Conway. 12273twk3t'FOR crop on trees Price $10,000, with 1915 HARLEY-DAVIDSON Horsepower 3-Speed Sliding Gear Transmission Automatic
you fruit; or owner will keep fruit deducting Mechanical Oil Pump Step-Starter and 66 Refinements $275.00. '
see it. :Moderate in price. SALE-A young, gentle Jerseycow $2,000 for same. Offered only ,
that will come fresh in February for control.
reasons beyond owners r

ORlANDO BUILDING LAND CO I ;; cheap.and a Jersey Phone heifer 381, or 18 call monthsold 29 Phone See II.708.C. McDaniel for particulars. W. WHITNEY WRIGHT, 129 ? c 1: ; ue

.II. North Orange Avenue i Bryant street. 12-25-3tc -
FOR SALE-12 pairs full blooded
OPPOSITE SAN JUAN HOTEL Berkshire pigs just the right size IO'IIII"IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'I IIII'III'IIII'IIIII'I'I".1111111111111111111111. .

FRED. H. BRYANT B. DALEC. to roast, at Chas. Rock's farm. 24tf SOMETHING NICE I

DAVIS a GILES CounselF. FOR SALE-Good] violin and Edison
A. PEPPERCORN, Contr ctor phonograph. Apply to 723 Center Two Beautiful Boil ing. Lots
street Orlando, Fla. 12-23-6t* SUBTROPICAL EXPOSITION I
On South Orange Avenue,

FOR SALE-One] seven passenger near Lake Lucerne, splendid -
six cylinder automobile, 1 year old,
view of the lake
first class condition. Don't answer
unless interested. Address Bargain, 2 1-2 blocks from business w
.Pill Street. care 01 Sentinel. 11-14-tf nice
t. center, big shade trees

FOR SALE-Cabbage] Plants,Charleston shrubbery, &c.. adjourning
Wakefield $1.00 per thousand. Jot to one of the best res OEL .A.'JDO.: : FL.A.. .
Frank Phillips Pine Castle. dences in
JEWELER 10-28-tf city.-For sale by


hammock land; eight in grove; the REAL ESTATE 9
present crop of oranges will be from Rooms I a 3 Watkins Block
Expert Watch Clock and Jew- 750 to 1,000 boxes; 500 trees all told, Phone 55
ready for setting-10 acres in lake,
elery Repairing a specialty. I one and quarter miles from Apopka.
carry a fine assortment of solid Price $5,000. Address W. H., Box ------
178, Orlando, Fla. 9-23-tf Embracing-Agriculture, Horticulture, Floriculture, Domestic
gold and gold filled Jewelery, I

Sterling and Community Silver. FOR SALE]-Fine cypress fence posts. LAKE SITEFour Arts and Crafts with exhibits of Stock, Hogs and Poultry,

Prices very reasonable. tle.Inquire of Frank Phillips, Pine 9-18-tf Cas- and the products of South Florida. Racing, Polo Sports

FOR RENT AreoplansLectures and Entertainments of all kindsFor

miles from Orlando, one
CHAS. VATER FOR RENT-Beautiful dwelling with mile from Post Office, Schools
garage; elegantly furnished; on
Lake Lucerne. Jas. A. Knox. and Churches and Packing information or premium list address
8-27-tf House. On good road just one

PINE ST. Opposite Post office SEVEN ROOM: new stucco cottage, mile from Orlando Sandford WM.' R. O'NEAL, Sec'y H. H. DICKSON, Pres. jj

one block from Eola park; com- road.
mands fine view of city. Price $5,500.II. .
McDaniel, phone 708. Surrounded by fine Groves; Vir- 1.lltllll.lll.t.IDI.JI.tl..II.II.III.IIII..IIIII.IIJIIIIII IIIII'IIIIIII'IIII'*
ginia Pine Timber. Excellent
FOR RENT-6 room house, with all
modern furnished Citrus Land with water protection -
I Business Directory jl improvements; ;
$$$150 season 3 months. One cottage, and beautiful lakefrontage
ForBUSY ----- for light housekeeping, $30 a month. l
Room[ and board for couple of tour-

MEN.\ &ists Atha., $12 per week. Inquire 12-13-1m Cooper Sixty Acres at JPOr ,n9 ;w fttJ

Who is your painter and decorator?
If you are satisfied keep the one you FOR RENT-Rooms, with or without $20 Per Acre
hare; if not, phone W. T. Entrican, board; also rooms for light housekeeping -
Ne. 636. 1-20-tf ; several apartments from 1to
: 4 rooms each at very reasonable
BUYERS AND SELLERSI prices. Inquire of F. L. Anderson, SPECIALSpecial
12-6-tf 112 West Church street. Phone 459. Think of it and see

buy, sell rent, and exchange real
estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla.,
FOR RENT-Large, attractive
over 30 years. Have handled over Inquire No. 8 West room.St. ORLANDO REAL ESTATE CO.
$20,000,000. Call and see me. 11-8-tfc Washington Xmas Sale ofBrass Beds at KINCAID
10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER.WE _

FOR RENT seven room house; wa- Watkins Block PHONE 504 SNOWDEN '
HAVE NOW READY FOR DELIVERY ter, gas, electric lights bath etc.; &
Irish Potatoes warrantedfree barn, stable, chicken house; lot 100 by
from scab or other diseases. 200 feet. Apply at 735 North Orange
Drop me a card or phone 708 and let avenue. 10-31-tf '
us talk over your requirements. I RDCARRIAGEAND $20.00 BED SALE PRICE $9.98Finished
will make it to our mutual advan- FOR RENT-To desirable people,
tage. H. C. McDaniel.Christmas well furnished suite, bed room and
sitting room with private lavatory.Also -

and New Splendid St.single location.rooms No., and 9 E.a 11-29-lmc Washington garage BAGGAGE TRANSFERL. in either polished brass or satine finish.

Year Holiday FOR RENT-Small flat modern con- T. HARRELL, Prop.
veniences unfurnished. Jas. A. We give coupons with all cash sales.
FaresVia Knox. 11-3-tf Piano and Furniture
Cheap Excursion

the to adults only. 409 Delaney street.
iI I i 10-25-tf 8 E. Church St. PHONE 487

Atlantic Coast Line LOST AND FOUND
Kincaid & SnowdenLow
Standard Railroad of the South
LOST-White violet pin set with
pearls. Reward if returned to
Hammond & Bunch's store. 12-2-tf
Tickets will be on sale by the Atlantic Priced Furniture House.
Coast Line to all points .
South of the Ohio and Potomac and WANTED DR. L. H. RAMSDEU I

East of the Mississipip Rivers including OPTOMETRIST Cor. Main and Pine Sts. Orlando Florida
Washington, Cincinnati, Ev- WA\'TED-In private family, board, ,
ansville, and Cairo, for all trains two meals pleasant room and surroundings (SacceMor tv Dr. O. 1-. ,
December 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, no children good cooking, I ORLANDO FLUtt11HA
25, and 31, and January 1, limited returning not far from churches. Address B,'I WE FIT GLASSES GRIND LENSES
care 12-27-6t
January 6th; and to
points in the Northwest and South-many AND 00 ALL 'fS7'>S OF
west on December 19th to :!.Jth. inclusive WANTED-Young white girl, to I OPTICAL REPAIRINGEat iIDr.;. F. F. ThompsonDENTIST
and 29th to 31st limited returning serve as maid for dressmaking de I THE OSCEOLASTEAM
January 18. Also to Key partment. Apply to Mrs. W. L. Bur-
West and Havana, Dec. 17, 20, 2- nett, Y ell-Duckworth building. all you want.
and 27, with limit January 3, 1915. 12-27-3tc I Eat what you want. HEAT THROUGHOUT
For further particulars, schedules, Take ft pn!:tvipt and forget it.
reservations, etc., apply to Ticket WANTED-Wanted old horses to buy for cash, For sale by all druggists. 113; S. Orange Ave., over Curtis & Magnolia and Robinson Ave, J. W. HURLEY, Manager
or cows. Apply to
Agents, Coast Line, or ad- I 1-7.&wl
dressJ. Curly Wilson, animal department O'Neal's Store
Johnny J. Jones Shows, Fair
Grounds, TEN ACRES Orlando Hours 8.30 a.m. to 5.30
G. KIRKLAND D. P. A.. Orlando. Fla. 12-25-6tc I I overlooking ; IF YOU ARE LOOKING for well J Now is the time to order GRIF-
all cleared fine land home
, ; ; good and till 8
** Wednesday Saturdays p.m rooted orange and grapefruit buds j FING'S ROSES. W. H'
Tampa, Florida. :: -. $2,000. H. McDaniel.. Phone Brokaw.
Get the news in the Sentinel first. 708. 11-6-if see H. C. McDaniel. Phone 708. i salesman. 1216tfS



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Y, It's a sale that is going to make History. It's the sensation in Dry Goods buying. It's the only
way to sell this beautiful stock of all new, up to date Ready to Wear and every suit and:skirtin
the store is on the list to go, and go they will if reduced prices will move them.
''= It's a regular feast of Beautiful merchandise being sold at one half their regular price.


Ladies Coat Suits I One Lot of I
ROOF F GARDEN THEATRE Ladies and Childrens

I/y/ Half Price I TO NIGHT I Coats at Half Price I

I $10.00 COAT SUITS AT $ 5.00 $2.50 COATS AT $ 1.25
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- COAT SUIT AT $ 6.25 Nester Comedy $3.00 COATS AT $ 1.50
$12.50 ------ ------------

$15.00 COAT SUITS AT ------$ 7.50 "W en Lizzy Got Her Polish" $4.00 COATS AT ------------$ 2.00

COAT SUITS AT $ 9.00' $5.00 COATS AT $ 2.50 '
$18.00 ------ ------------
$20.00 COAT SUITS AT $10.00 $10.00 COATS AT -$ 5.00 .
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r< SUITS 12.50 "Th lie e Heart H t of 0 f a MJ ene -
$25.00 COAT $12.50 COATS AT $ 6.25
I (Two Reels)
$30.00 COAT SUITS AT _____15.00 $15.00 COATS AT $ 7.50
j $35.00 COAT SUITS AT ______$17.50 And One Big Extra Reel $20.00 COATS AT ____1__.10.00 '

$40.00 COAT SUITS AT ------$20.00 $25.00 COATS AT 12.50
1 \J :1;; $50.00 COAT SUITS AT ______$25.00 Pay a visit to our Soda Fountain and Lucheonette. $30.00 COATS AT -----------$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

' t Wool Dress Goods,Clean Sweep Sale Wool Dress Goods, Clean Sweep Sale

LAMBS WOOL CLOAKING, 54 inches Ladles SkirtsAT CHIFFON BROAD CLOTH, 54 in. wide
wide, $3.00 quality at $ 2.25 $1.75 and $2.00 quality 1.1Q
----.---- ------ -------------
GABARDINE,48 in.wide in green, blue, j
BEAVER CLOAKING, 56 inches wide, Q
navy and black $1.50 quality 1.00
$2.00 Quality $ I 1.39
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HALF PRICE CREAM SERGE 54 in. wide $1.50 quali-
at 98c
ty ------------------------------
' DINE, $1.00 and$1.25 quality________ 85C CREAM SERGE, 56 in. wide, $1.25 quality #' '"
$ 5.00 Skirts at $ 2.50 at 89C
CAMELS HAIR PLAIDS, 54 inches wide, I. CREAM SERGE, 38 inches wide, 75c.
$2.00 quality _______________________$ 1.39 $ 6.00 sa.00 quality at ------,------------------ 48c ".
$ 7.50 Skirts at $ 3.75 WOOL TAFETA, 42 inches wide S5 cent %
IMPORTED WOOL CHALLIES,beautiful quality .
-------------------- ------ QC
r line of designs to choose from, 50c. and $ 8.00 Skirts at $ 4.00 WOOL CREPES, 36 inche wide, 75 cent
GOc qualities at 39C quality ________ _____ 48c
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$ 9.00 Skirts at $ 4.50

r EXTRA SPECIAL $ 10.00 Skirts at $ 5.00 EXTRA SPECIAL

One lot wool dress goods $ 12.00 Skirts at $ 6.00 Tweedmouth Plaids, beau-
; worth $1.00 and $1.25 at I $ 15.00 Skirts at $ 7.50 tiful colorings, 30c quality I
48c at 19c

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& j.: Orlando's Largest Store, "Quality Did It."



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Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Blazier, of
New York city, have arrived in Orlando -
and it is probable that they
will make it their permanent home.
They think this city a most delightful -

Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Brown, who I
have been regular winter visitors to
Orlando for many seasons, arrived I
yesterday afternoon on the Atlantic
Coast Line train from Norfolk, Va.

Anything electrical at Curry's.Mr. I'

Show Your A AppreciationYou
Chas. A. Parrish, of Davenport -
Fla., spent yesterday in Orlando. -
Mr. Parrish resided in Orlando 914 ':
several years ago, but moved from I : 1 1.1lftl0S ;
I Orange county to try his fortune in -
can best express your appreciation of the adjoining county of Polk.

have received as a ChristmasGift I ( Goaio: !
any Mr. and Mrs. II. S. Shakier have .FlliH1L .
by bringing it to this bank and using it to arrived in Orlando from Miami, Ohio, j .
to spend the winter. They are from Was it what it \o1dtllmve Been?
add to your present Savings Account for the Iowa, but prefer the climate of this .. .
section to the rigors of the western tIl II ill C
opening of such an account in your own name. state. ",./
|I 1 i1 f9!( d1:( r .
It will thus be the foundation of future sav- among Mr. and the late Mrs.arrivals E. M. Loomis in Orlando.are [illllI :

ings. It remains yours at all times. It can be They are pleasantly located at 404 I

withdrawn for use at any time. It will earn the East City Pine Beautiful street and their expect home to for make the AliuosiHcrc: : I .

four per cent. compound interest when bankedin next four months. I ill II Ii II Let's make it the brightest, :.. .. n ;

a Savings Account. Messrs. Chas. E. and W. T. Rinaldi, '
I II II l II the
best !
who spent the holidays with their I ever .
mother, Mrs. A. Rinaldi, left yesterday -,
for their respective headquarters.
The former went to Tampa and the ; : ;&ari ,.
I JUglii 1
THE STATE BANK of OUo o latter to Savananh, Ga. .

Mr. W S. Moore of Towns, Ga., II II II ." By} banking with this purely home /.

arrived in Orlando on Christmas day 0' :: institution which stands :

and paid The Sentinel an appreciatedvisit. .IUJULI ; for everything that is for Ute ,: r
lie lived in .
wood, but left formerly Orange county several Long- : ..... welfare of Orlando and its citizens ::..'. .:.:..

years ago to cast his fortune in our ... ,-,
I neighbor state, but the longing for .:- :.
I the good old times in South Florida . '." .
LOCAL AND PERSONAL Business matters called Mr. Chas.E.
Johnson to points in the southern was responsible for the visit, and it I
part of the state yesterday.Mr. is more than likely that he will re ..
Mr. Phillip Meyer, of Whittier, was main. '
among the visitors to Orlando yester- and Mrs. L. M. Greer and maid
day. arrived yesterday from Wyncote, Pa., .O
and are now located for the seasonat ;
Mrs. J. C. Wallace, who has been their home south of the city. jMERRY
visiting relatives and friends in
Barnesville, Ga., has returned home. Mr. T. A. Yancey, Jr., arrived yes- ..
terday on the Tampa Special from : : : : .
Electric radiators at Curry's.Mr. Memphis, Tenn., on a visit to his par- I ;
ents, Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Yancey.

Chas. Pipkin, of the Leesburg
Miss Ruby Wilson, who has been -- -
Motor and Machine spent
company confined in the for time
hospital some I
in Orlando.Mr.
and Monday
Sunday in Orlando, due to an operation, has .
returned to her home at Apopka.
and Mrs. H. B. Fuller and lit-
tle son, of Montgomery, Ala., are vis-
iting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. Electric portable lights at Curry's.Mr. i... XMAS
li. fuller, 307 East Pine street. ...
and Mrs. J. M. Orr, who spent
last winter in Orlando returned The
terday from Berkshire, Massachu-I
setts, where they spent

!\ O.V.. Bladen-, of the Econ- I IIr. SAN
lockhatchee section, was among the
out of town visitors to Orlando, Sat- .I IF NOT PHONE 20

urday. I JUANToday

will deliver free
Judge and Mrs. A. R. Russell arrived They any gift
2300 acres of unimproved yesterday from Montague,
Mich., and expect to spend several
pine land fine days in this section before going over we are going to XMAS CIGARS MIRRORS
to the East Coast.
fruit land
truck and big
say something aboutOYSTERS J
portion of it has clay The Rev. Mr. J.1.. Hutchinson, JI I "CANDIES BRUSHES
and marl subsoil. Situ- evangelist, will preach at Alliance
Hall, 22 West Pine street, this even- I "
uate on County road ing at 7:30 o'clock. You are invitedto PERFUME KODAKS
come and hear him.
vri'.hin; seven miles of "

Orlando Mr. A. S. Culpepper, of Richmond, For the first time we are FOUNTAIN PENS {
Va., arrived in the city yesterday and
locate. lie likes Orlando*and - ---
54.40 will buy may \
an acre
giving the Shell
thinks it one of the best inland towns j people
this tract and the propo- (that he was ever in. I I
I Oysters received fresh several '
is "cinch"
sition a ;as: a
Mrs. A. T. Squires, who has been
small investment. This visiting relatives in Orlando, left Sat- times each week. McElroysTHE Pharmacy

price is for quick sale.If I urday on the north bound Atlantic
Coast Line for her home in Hopkins-
you want this land I ville, Ky. These oysters are served
i iS. 1
call onS.C.D iI
I Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Miller were fresh from the shell every ----- ------
among the arrivals yesterday from i
:Milwaukee, Wis., on the Tampa Special -j
and for the next several d8).swill | day in any style. They are -
be in the neighborhood of Long- I-
olive <& Son : wood. different from the bulk variety 1 I

Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Shay, who have I but to appreciate the :! ORLANDO BANK & TRUST CO,
REAL ESTATENo. been sojourning at Florence Villa, are I I
in Orlando for a few days. They difference you will have to
3 WEST PINE STREET may make this section another visit
Second Floor after taking in the sights of the East I try them. Served both in Extends it's kindly greetings and
Coast. They are from New Haven,
Conn. the Cafe and Quick Lunchat

- any time. genuine wish fcr a Merry Christmas


Miniature Let us Orange do it for box you.for $1.00 prepaid. and a Prosperous New Year to it's

10 lb. package for $1.35 prepaid; 20 Ib. package for $2.00
prepaid. I!

i friends and patrons. .
Wright Seed CompanyPhone 1 iI I

179 206 So. Orange Ave. F! '

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Special Prices On all Furniture, Carpets, Rugs and Draperies. ,

Crockery, Stoves and Ranges.Let .

us show you the many bargains now!

OSCAR HAND & SON West Pine St.


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