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 30, 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 Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075052
oclc - 34297093
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lccn - sn 96027193
System ID: UF00079945:00222
 Related Items
Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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Will Initiate Class of Sixteen ---- - -


Coming Year COMMERCE

Resume Attacks and Crumble VILLA'S FRIEND TO BE PROVISIONAL CARPATHIAN PASSES ONCE Peoples Nat'l Bank Will Again
The Knights of Pythias will hold a
German Works at l\Ietz- PRESIDENTOF I special meeting tonight to confer the r AGAIN IN CONTROLOF Operate Because Its Xmas of Great SaingsClub SYSTEM OF J M T INSPECTION

Fierce Fights Feature II MEXICO rank of Page on sixteen candidates. RUSSIA
Demand for It
:Musicand: refreshments will be I
Flanders Fray President
Declares That Large
served. All
: CARRANZA TO FLEE FROM MEXICO visiting Knights are cor- ENEMY MAY NOW WITHDRAW The Peoples National Bank has announced -
Paris, Dec. .-Definite and impor- dially welcomed, says Murry S. King, its intention of again operating I Damages Will EventuallyHave

tant successes were recorded by the j C. C. its "Christmas Savings Club," because I to Be Met By
The Knights of Pythias elected the
allies in their advices from Nieuport I Expected That Following Sur- following officers for the coming year Austrian-German Reversal Is of the greatly increased demand I England

and in their attack on Muelhausen, Carranza last week: Murry King C. C.; J. T. for it. -
render of Result-Little in
Tuxpam \ Change
the two extremes of battle front, in Horner e. C.; W. C. McLean: prelate: Ibft bank had become discouraged : London, Dec. 29.While the note
official statements issued today by I Will Flee Before Villa N. P. Yowel!. :M.: of W.; J. T. Dale, East-Slight Gains
number of
ttfause of the
large pej- sent by the United States to Great
K. of R. and S.; T. H. Evans, M. of i
the French office.
war and Desert Mexico E.; O. N. Larson, M. of F.; J. B. Ma- Recorded pIe who started and then did not keepup Britain insisting upon an early improvement -
While the French and Belgian con- gruder, Jr., I. G.; W. K. Pomeroy, with their payments. The bank in the treatment accordedthe
tingents are pressing the Germans General An- O. G.; W. R. O'Neal, supreme rep.; had intended continue but
Washington, Dec. 29.- London Dec. 29. British observersof not to so American shipping by the British
J. T. Horner, grand N. P. Yow- -
back along the Belgian coast and ocCUpying : rep.;
Saint and establish- geles, a close friend of Villa and Zapata ell, grand rep.; J. T. Dale, grand rep.; the progress of the war point this many have expressed their regret Ceet has not yet reached the foreign
Georges and acceptable to the Mexican W. K. Pomeroy, grand rep.; W. C. morning to the admission in the Aus- that they had not kept up and had office, the British officials read the
ing themselves firmly in that positiontwo McLean, grand rep.; N. P. Yowell, trian official that Russia their full amount to spend for their contents of the note cabled in the
miles east of Nieuport, the national convention, is to be the next lodge trustee; W. C. McLean, lodge announcement the bank has
Christmas that plannedto
trustee O. N Larson is once more master of the passesin tress dispatches from Washington: ,
; lodge trustee
French under Gen. Pau are operatingin provisional president of Mexico. Thisis ;
W. R. O'Neal, trustees of the widows the Carpathian mountains and that start another club today, and an rnd today manifested deep interestin
upper Alsace and were investing the substance of reports to the and orphans fund; Murry S. King, the troops along the entire Austrian exceptionally large number of people the culmination of this serious con-
Steinbach, north of the line between state department from its political trustees of the widows and orphans who did
:are expected to join, as many
from the Biala river troversy.
front to a point
Cernay and Thann. agents: and the news is very satisfac- fund; W. K. Pomeroy, trustees of the
last have
not belong: year already Lord Grey will return from the
widows and orphans fund. northeast of the Dulka pass seem to
The of the Pau
success operationsis tory to the department.The '
asked about the club. I
-- be falling back. country tomorrow when it is expectedhe
considered highly significant as the officials declare today that SUPERINTENDENT OF ALABAMA The plan is very simple, with everything will formally receive the Ameri-
This means the withdrawal of virtually -
of the of the
showing approach long with Angeles in the executive chair DIVISION OF S. A. L. all the forces which to gain and nothing to lose, e"n note from Ambassador Page. Of-
awaited of the German defensive
weakening the to the formal recognition ofa
way PASSES AWAY across the mountains to form the ex- as there are no fines nor expenses. ficials of the foreign department authorized -
this line. 'The attack
on upon central government in Mexico
may You merely decide what amount you statement today but the
in the concerted Austro- no
treme right
Steinbach was made from the north be clear. The request for a recognition Savannah, Ga., Dec. 29.-Thomas
for Christmasand
desire next
to spend that
and west, the French succeeding in is expected shortly after General Wi McGaw, superintendent of the German attack on the Russian arm- feeling prevailed an arrange-
ies and it marks another then arrange to pay required ment for a more expeditious handlingof
moving up to the suburbs of theJjown. Angeles is inaugurated.It Alabama division of the Seaboard Air
reversal of form the of the small amount each week or month, American commerce can be speed-
to the International Line railway, died suddenly last nightat on part
was explained -
which ever prefer, and then on that the United
Austrian ily now
soldiers whose battle for-
The attack upon Muelhausen is related News Service today that Gutierrez his home here. While addressingNew
tunes since the outbreak of hostili- the fifteenth of December you receive States has provided a definite basis,
to the general movement the present provisional presi- Year cards with his wife earlyin
( .
the Santa Claus check. .
ties have been erratic. of negotiations. f'J
against the Rhine positions of the dent, was elected "for twenty days," the evening he complained of feel- conspicuously
Elsewhere in the east little Cashier Dow explained that this What the new arrangement for facilitating -
Germans, and is being developed subject to the instruction of the Mex- ing ill, but was soon better. He re change
has been recorded, while the west- money has in several instances paid the search and release of
strongly in the Vosges and in Alsace ican convention. tired and was found dead in bed this on
with the aid of bombardments suc- Villa has asked the convention to morning.The ern frontier the slow and tedious interest on mortgages: rent, and gro- American vessels likely to be adopted,

cessfully carried out by the French assemble within the next ten days in remains will be sent to De- trench warfare goes on uninterrupted, ceries expected for to some use the who money had for originally Christ- no official was willing to predict to-

aviators.o Mexico City, and in the meanwhilethe troit, Mich., for interment. with only slight gains on either side.DICKii'S mas presents, and in every instance day, but it is thought a system of

The French aviators have resumed department reports indicate that where a person neglected to stay joint inspection by both countries before

their attacks today upon Metz, doing when Villa has captured Tuxpam, the throughout the year he found that I the vessel leaves its American

.... great damage to the German works seaport which he is now besieging, STEEL ORDER FOR EUROPE lEAVES W. U. T. they start were again.J. sorry. indeed, and anxiousto I port will be the most feasible solu-

there. Sanguinary fighting of a ter- Carranza will leave Mexico. S. Braswell, colored pastor of tion.
rifying character has marked the for- the Mt. Olive A. M. E. church, con-

est battles today which are being Pittsburg Dispatch States That Popular Operator Severs Con- ducted a separate club, and in this Damages May Result
OUR NEW LEAF DAY one club he collected and distributed
fought along the front ranging France, Russia and Other nection With Local W. U. T. among the people of his church a total Washington, Dec. 29.-President

throughout the Argonne region andas On tomorrow, Thursday, at mid- Countries Place Huge Office-To Leave for of $1,202.12, and some familiesgot Wilson, referring today to the American
far east as the Meuse. as much as $127.50. This club note to Great Britain insistingon
The most prolonged of these forest night the old year goes out. Mr. Ley Orders JacksonvilleAfter I was all operated on the 2 cent first better treatment of American
will be glad to meet a big gatheringof payment plan.
battles is being fought in the vicinityof the Methodist folks o: Orlando at Pittsburg, Pa., Dec. 28.-Orders for serving as operator at the I This plan, which is so successfully commerce, declared that large dam-

the burned woods west of Apre- the mid-week services tonight, when 65,000 tons of high carbonized steel local Western Union Telegraph office being operated in the larger cities of ages eventually would have to be paid
mont where the French dislodged the rounds the country, has proven to be a great by England for unlawful detention of
he will talk' "The Old and the appeared in the Pittsburg district -
for seven months J. W. Dickens willon incentive to children to save, and the American
Germans and took line of trenches
a fifty thousand tons for France cargoes.
New Year. Of course visitors will Peoples National deserves its contin-
that the Germans had taken from January 1 sever his connectionwith The president pointed out that
be welcome. The dying year affordsa and 15,000 tons for Russia. Recently ued success for its energetic mannerof
them few days previous. the Orlando advancing modern idea for many protests had been sent in spe-
a good opportunity for reflection and 26,000 tons of this grade of steel, office and later will every
The French suffered in loss the benefit of the community at large cific cases and plans for indemnification -
heavily resolve. Plan to be present. used in making shrapnel shells, were leave for Jacksonville. While he has and its patrons in particular.
of lives. ultimately would have to be met
shipped to Europe.It
been in Orlando he has met many
Great Britain.Supplementary.

RED PAINT ONE THIRD PAY TAXESAfter trenching is estimated tools, galvanized$6,000,000 sheets worth and of friends who regret his departure. By BOSTON MAN BUYS [LAND to previous pro-

projectile steel have been bought in his work The Sentinel readers were tests, the new note, President Wilson

The Guernsey building is being Pittsburg for the European belligerents kept: posted and informed concerningthe explains, represented fully the Amer-

treated to a fresh coat of red paint. December 31 All Taxes in the last two months. great European war, Mr. Dick- Walter W. Rose Yesterday Soldto ican position.

Unpaid Will Be Declared ens rushing the news to the press as Walker Bradford of Bos-

MAY REACH $$400,000r Delinquent 3 Per Cent.C. and .Draw UNCLE CONSULS SAM FROM TO BELGIUM WITHDRAW it'ional was News ticked headquarters.off from the The Interna-vacancy ton South 20 Acres Winter of Park Land 15 TO PICNIC NEW YEAR

thus created will be filled by

< F. W. Bascom, of Indian
Building Operations for 1914. A5 Boone, tax collector, yester- Washington, Dec. 29.-The United Ind. Springs, Walter W. Rose, real estate dealer, Young Presbyters of Mr. Yow-

When Total Is Reached. MayBe day reported that 769 persons out ofa from States the is territory to withdraw of Belgium its consuls now yesterday sold to Walker Bradford, ell's S. S. Class to Have Pic-

Close to $-(00,000Mark possible 2,000 had paid their taxes nic at Wekiwa Springs
under the administration of Germany, TURKS CAPTURE BIG DATUM of Boston, twenty acres of improved

amounting to about $28,000, out of a but it will look after its interests in COPPER MINE OWNEDBY property located near Winter Park. New Year's Day

possible total of $69,000. After De- American trade and commerce by BRITISH The consists of five of
Next week when Carl Jansen, city property acres The Young Presbyters, consistingof
cember 31 all of the unpaid taxes will special agents of this country, selected -
clerk', makes his official report to the be declared and from among expert commercialmen London, Dec. 18.-By( Mail.)-In grove and a residence. Mr. Bradford about fifteen boys of Mr. Yowell's

city council for' the fourth quarter delinquent subject to in such cities as Brussels, Liege the invasion of a British copper prop- returned to Boston on Monday night Sunday school class, will entertain

ending December 31, the building operations 3 per cent. interest.WEDDING and other trade centers, now under erty near Batum by the Turks, the but will return at a later date. their girl friends with a picnic at We-

during 1914 for Orlando will German control, or to be sent from American manager, B. T. White, was kiwa Springs on New Year's day.

be shown. For the first quarter the the United States. This government. wounded but managed to escape with I The party will leave Orlando in autos

building permits totalled $70,380; sec- WAS SURPRISEPeople finds nothing objectionable or per- other foreign: officials of the com 229 DRUNKS FOR 1914Police about 8 o'clock in the morning and

ond quarter $85,747; and third quar- sonal in the German position that she pany. Some officials have arrived in take lunches with them to last all

ter, $89,885. a total for the year, ex- should have the right to pass upon London. day.The

cluding the last quarter, of $246,012. Delighted to Hear of the personal acceptability of repre- The 1,500 employes were completely Court Record Shows the day will be spent in bathingand

Including the last quarter the total Quiet Wedding of R. M. Cone sentatives of the United States and outnumbered in the fight and left Total Number of Drunksfor boating. After supper the dance

building operations for the year 1914 and Miss Stafford at all neutrals in German territory, the property as soon as the enemy Year pavillion will be used until time to
will be well over the $300,000 mark 1914 Up The have
MonroeA whether temporary or absolute. withdrew. As the company produces depart. Young Presbyters
and may reach $400,000. A fine show- 24,000 towns of copper monthly the to Today given a number of picnics before but

Russian government took this one is expected to outdo all others -
ing.The wedding of considerable surpriseto NEW AWNING I
city council did not meet yes- many was revealed yesterday whenit steps for reoccupying the mine. When T. W. Groves was fined $5 in merriment, as it is the only one

terday but will do so today. for drunkenness in police court that will be given before the college
was announced that Mr. Richard Curtis & O'Neal is being graced bya yes-
WILSON INVITED terday the 229th drunk for 1914 boys and girls must leave for school
f M. Cone, of Orlando, and Miss Kate new chain awning which will soon case
GLASGOW STEAMER IS SUNK BY Stafford, of Monroe, had been mar- be completed giving to that block on was registered. For the first quarterof again.

STRIKING MINE IN ried on December 24 at the home of the east side of Orange avenue a con- In behalf of the Gasparilla Car- the :year there were 74 drunks; sec-

NORTH SEA the bride's parents. The wedding wasa tinuous and almost uniform chain nival Association, President D. C. Gillett ond quarter, 41 drunks; third quarter, COUNTY COMMISSIONERSThe

quiet one and the news did not be- awning system. through Congressman S. M. 45 drunks; and thus far in the last

London, Dec. 29.The Glasgow come public until yesterday. Mr. and Sparkman, has written President quarter, 69 drunks. board of county commissionerswill

:,/0 steamer Gem, a vessel of about 500 Mrs. Cone will make Orlando their ARMORY CHANGES Woodrow Wilson a cordial and unique And yet Orlando is a dry city. meet in the first regular meetingof

tons, has'been sunk in the North sea home. invitation to visit Tampa during the Other cases in police court yester- 1915 on Monday, January 4, the

by striking a mine. Two of the crew Gasparilla carnival, or during the day were Mack Morris, arrested by names of the jurors for courts being
Contractor T. W. Mathews
is mak-
were rescued-, but the fate of the others NOTED PITCHER KILLS month of March, after the adjourn- Ifficer Collins, fined $5 (and $2.50 selected, and other routine business
FAMOUS ing some changes in the rooms the
I U unknown. GUIDE second floor of the Armory. The ment of congress. President Wilson for contempt of court) for using pro- being transacted.

tire second en- spent his winter vacation period last fane language; Worting, arrestedby
floor will be convertedinto
ROUTS BURGLAR Nordhoff, Cal., Dec. 29.-:Mistaken: small apartments. winter at Pass Christian, Miss., andit Officer Peel for exceeding: the THE WEATHER

for a wildcat, Herbert Lathrop, the is hoped he may be induced to speed limit on a motorcycle, was fined

At-about 10 o'clock Monday night best known guide and hunter in Ven- PRESBYTERIAN come to Tampa before the present $10; Allison Palmer, arrested by Offi- Florida: Generally fair Wednes-
S. S. SOCIALThe winter ends.-Tampa Tribune. Peel for running his automobile day colder in north and central
cer ;
t burglar entered the home of :Mr. I tura county, was shot and killed last por-
1'-i and'Mrs.. B. Lawton. The burglar's 1 night by Floyd ("Poll") Perritt, the Presbyterian church without lights, was fined $1; John tions. Thursday fair; colder in penin-

presence was discovered by Lawrence j crack pitcher of the Los Angeles school had social Sunday SEMINOLE FAIR :Morse: and Jim Arrington, arrestedby sular.
a and
'Lawton, who fired four shots enjoyable Officers Carter and Collins for
from Coast League club. Lathrop
a wore a
38,Colt. the bullets going astray and gray sweater, which it is said accounts evening at A the Sunday school room The first annual Seminole county fighting and using obscene language, I| Souvenir folder of Orlando, 24
the l egg escaping. for Perritt's mistake. Monday. program by the children fair festival will be held the first Morst was discharged and Arrington views for 15 cents; two for 25 cents.

.f'xdt" '.:;'; was given. week in February at Sanford. was fined $10. Curtis O'Neal, Orange avenue.I' .
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BY FRENCH HOSPITALSParis have adopted the peace resolution-

4' why not systematize it in the other

I Dec. 28. Almost countries.Eat .
A Merry ChristmasA
An old fashioned game which is always -
wounded soldiers were treated in the Compression Starter
amusing at the Christmas gath-
ering is "kabak." In this absurd French hospitals between September what you want.
New Year pas-
Happy 15 and November 30. The figureswere Sat: all you want. MADE ESPECIALLY FOR FOiS S
time the leader says to the one who
IrrJ submitted to the committee Take a postscript and forget it.
sits at his right hand: ":\ly ship has army For sale by all druggist:
!!1 1rrJ of the chamber of deputies by the Will Start Any That
come from China. The other then l-7-diw.lyr
In extending the greetings of the season, asks "What has it chairman of the committee. Trous-i Can be Cranked, '
.: : brought you?
't.: ILzdi
saint, who the
The leader makes reply "A fan." gave precise numberas 1 Don't wait for one In town to
: ; wish for the liberal vFi I
to gratitude
we our One
express Thereupon with his right hand he 489733. Of this total 2.48 per have Entrican the painter before sharp pull from the
1 cent. died. try. Am too busy to look you seat turns the
you engine over
makes if
support accorded us during the past gestures as fannig himself. up. Phone 626 and 1 will be on the
Li.:: 4. The next player than takes the placeof | job. 1-20-ti two compressions.That .
year. We have striven to please, and have the leader in stating that his ship VERSE VS. PROSE

rI has come home from China. The Employment waits for those who'll i WOOD FOR SALE "QUEER SHAPED WHEEL"I
made .your every wish our pleasure. In return questions and answers are repeatedas work; I Does II.I .
LI: tL before until the second player is Thousands seek positions who'll not ;' I have bought the lumber and slabs I
: ; you have given us a patronage that has duty shirk; !j on the W. P. Smith millard, near
also engaged in fanning himself.In I home. This is good wood See the Sandbo
Homes are for rent at every hand; !j the county
repaid our every effort, and in soliciting a this manner the round of players Profits are offered those who buy i I j and some lumber in it. All goes for I
COb t..:: is made, and at the end all arc industriously land. 'I I Iso cents per 2 horse load, 4 loads $1. '

continuance of jour support, we promise for t1 working an imaginary fan j I Make all payments. to L. Meadows, FORD GARAGE
A course of instruction makes an acceptable -j i near the yard.Seasoned
with their right hands. gift I I'I pine and cak on the farm
the future an even better service, if possible, The leader then begins the second Bargains abound ;for persons of ,, at $1 and $1.25 per strand, near Con-.i _____. .

than we have given in the past. rrJ which round is with revolved a similar the fact remark that,he from has Things thrift that; are lost are quickly I i, way.12-24-6t-wkly-3tc A. S. HODGES I'I I'I Get the news if. the Sentinel first.

brought backIf I
11B received two fans, and he illustratesthis -
iul you put a Sentinel "Lost" ad. onto -'
by fanning himself with both their track.

of hands.the company This, in turn until, all makes are a waving round ALL QUIET IN PHILIPPINES 'The :arl et
PHAMAY Y'UJ' both hands to and fro.

B ETE P The leader then begins the third reports Washington from ,Governor Dec. 28.-General No further Harrison -I OF CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY

series, making three fans in fancy by on the .insurrectionist disturb- j I OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
swaying his right foot back and forth. FRESH AND SALT MEATS
ances in the Philippines had come to I
Then he includes the
left foot. Final-
the war department today, and offi- Kept under the best sanitary conditions..
t..:: V. W. ESTES, Proprietor ly the head is nodded. The effect ofa
whole cials declared the governor general'scable Everything screened away from the flies, and kept freab
t1 company engaged in swayingtheir
of yesterday giving details of
hands, their feet and heads is and pure.
scattered disorders and generally min- invite and satisfaction. have
PHONES altogether ludicrous. We inspection guarantee
imizing their importance was all they I
i it. There are many Christmas amuse- everything in the Meat Line.
expected unless there were new de ,
ments which depend for their fun on

61 and 95 the failure of the players to performa velopments.The I JBL VdC. SSoLf Sb Co.

fJ. 51 designated task. Such, for exam- weather has been a little
:;; ple, is that where each person with changeable lately but it has been all I
blindfolded eyes tries to draw the for the best.

outlines of a pig. Often the unfortunate -i i __________
Wj STESrr 5TESIIsrESJIjSTF..sH E( STESJE!; STESUSTF..slilSTESI' subject of the sketch will have !t, n -- -- -

an eye in its side and a tail on its :

--- -- head, with a general appearance un-

like anything in air or on earth. I TEN REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD

PACKING HOUSE A f ORLANDO Editor Sentinel-According to your v '
paper of December 27th, one would

Is modern fully equipped with the best infer that Orlando is hardly a safe
up-to- place to invite tourists from other
I ,date machinery, and gives the citrus grower the states to spend the winter. And the

PROPER PACKING above mentioned number is not an
-II. exception, for many of the reports I 6.
t 4-' p* FIRST All 10 from the police court tells the same 1. Convenience Speed
I ,<' HIGHEST PRICES these reports we nd ya '!\Vcp-lea--

which, however, would not accomplish the end desiredby sad story of excessive speedIn 2. Comfort 7. Efficiency
these reports we find not only excess I'
the grower, if he did not also have available. the services I in auto riding, motorcycles, riding, .
of etc., but booze drinking also. To my 8. Safety
3. Cleanliness ---
knowledge many have been inducedto
come to Orange county because in ...
9. -.0-
it no liquor is allowed to be sold, and -
yet in this one issue of your good 4. Simplicity
SALES AND DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM paper we find ten fines for drunkenness of l U' '

one for fighting, one for using
which with selling forces thoroughly organized, experienced 5. Accessibility
profane language, one for riding on 10. Econ Y
competent and reliable. the sidewalk, and three for not observing -
the rules prescribed for driving ,
- autos.
HIGHEST AVERAGE NET RESULTS May I not ask, Mr. Editor, have

not the U. S. laws made it possible 9. PERFECT REGULATION OF HEAT
CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED for all territory under prohibition to
GROWERS' MARKETING AGENTS stop the shipping of liquor into said
prohibited territory? Please give us
CHASE & COMPANYMain the law and oblige. With a Gas Range the heat can be regulated to any desired
Yours for the betterment of our
town, degree. by simply turning the valve on or off. This is time bothin
Office, Jacksonville, Florida WM. L. CORYELL.
9-30-d&w A. R. BOGUE, Agent, Orlando, Fla. the oven or with the "top burners"and means not only thata

Say! Do Gabriella any of you School educated people vast amount of labor and annoyance is saved but also that

of Orange county know where cooking is always to be better than if
sure "just right"and
I'D"I"'i" "I.i Gabriella is? Well, we'll try and tell your

you between, it is Orange on the and jumping Seminole off coun-place cooked on an uncertain wood or oil stove.

ties. Mostly, we are sorry to say, in
REAL ESTATEWe the latter. Seminole, the aristocratic, Just try it out and see what a difference it makes.
has left twelve little American born
children here with neither school nor
transportation to other schools. Sem-
nole's promises are like good rich pie
cruist-i.e., .easily broken. As the
honorable county superintendent of

buy d sell all classes and kinds of Real Estate.If schools promised Mrs. Newton, Mrs. ORLANDO WATER & CO.
Marrines and Mrs. Johnston, we LIGHT
should have school with chil-
you want to buy or sell the earth it will pay you to call dren and transportation a if seven four, and

since his conference with the politicians -
and talk your wishes over with us. of Gabriella and the one trustee GAS DEPARTMENT
he has done neither. Had it not been
The manager of this firm has had years of exper- for the untiring efforts of Mrs. John-
ston these twelve little children would
ience dealing in Florida investments, having sold over a have been all this winter without instruction -
while these people are pay-

million dollars worth of Florida Real Estate in the last it Ing is as, Mrs.much Johnston taxes as has the others.taught the As

two years. day first taught three a general,months without average very being of successfullywith paid ten a every cent Th F1ora! Real E Estate & IllvetMellt C Co.

We are well posted on the value of all classes and from ston gave Seminole the children county.a Mrs.lovely John-tree, a

kinds of Florida property. We want listed with us all each child receiving from four to five
nice presents apiece, not counting the
bargains in Real Estate and want customers for Real candy and nuts, the little girls receiving -
we life size dolls and the little Capital $50,000. (Fully Paid Up.
boys teddy bears. The visitors at the
, Estate Bargains. tree from Winter Park said the
gram was excellent and the decora- Incorporated In Florida; Therefore Under State Control,
tions and tree the best in Gabriellafor
seven years.
The little "Statue of Liberty" (Eth-
el Newton) deserves a special men-
tion as the statue of Liberty duringthe
t WARING REAL L ESTATE COMPANY song, "Columbia, the Gem of the
Ocean. She was a little beauty, carrying -

white her and flags blue and far better dress of than the most red, II/E extend a cordially invitation to investors and

R. D. WARING, :Manager girls twice her
We are sorry we haven't brick W I Property-Holders to call at our office, to learn

Rooms and Watkins Block Phone No. 631 roads out our way, as Mr. Thrasherwas
unable to attend.: They are so the most progressive and conservative methods.To .
1115tfPHONE busy putting them in Sanford to even
pay for our school, while all the little
Slavia children just below here have i protect interests this Company aside otthei "
.. MM*. . .r..I. . .. . .I'.t..I. transportation to Oviedo. I your

We wish to thank our friends in financial strength, give Bank Guarantee whenever our
Orange-i.e., Mrs. }Brigham and Mr.i
616 I Slemons and Mr. N. P. lowell, who
Dr BuckmasterOSTEOPATH
demand it. mail
AUTO FOR HIRE realize what an effort it is to teacha I clients Enquiries by promptly an
charity school and so kindly'helpedus
:. FIRST CLASS REPAIRING- to make the children's Christmas a swered.

BARNARD & SON I rousing success.
Our school opens again after a two
i BENEDICT PresidentOffice
17 Hughey Street Orlando, Fla.bm Graduate of Kirksville weeks vacation with renewed enthu- HENRY ,
---=> siasm, and expect to accomplish as
much more in the months to come.
I; 132 S. Oraue Avenue ONE WHO WAS THERE.
Phone 570
over Peoples National Bank
1, $1.50 a strand up. Hand's i The more we talk the more people
*ard phone 566. 9-31-tf ABOVE PEOPLES BANK PHONE 578 we tire. I y.

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HOLIDAY MUSINGSBy and ambitions and subjected to the
same temptations as the rest of us I
I J. F. Schumann and then measure their hours of labor -

I The wag philosophized thusly: and their compensation accordingly -

PlACE CHEAP I "God loves the poor more than lie ? GRAND

loves the rich, because he has madeso I know full well that there is much

IN 191 STATE BUILT 203.06 I many more of them. fraud and wrong in labor ranks, but

No "'Viselan" has yet arisen to
10 of mile outside dispute this homely claim.A MAITLAND MENTION TODAYThe

restaurant owner and his wife,

city limits. 11 acres moved by noble impulses, open their Maitland, Fla., Dec. 28.-Mrs. Rose
All Railroads! in the State :Madea doors to the hungry and homeless Dickinson, of Sanford, spent Christmas -

of good bearing Good ShowingAtlanticCoast wanderer. with Mr. and :Mrs.: I. Vanderpool.Miss .

Line Leads: All A kind hearted mayor: whose near- :: Kokozinski left Saturday for Third of the Special Attraction Series '

grove----beautiful i OthersIf 'y completed journey toward a golden Green Cove Springs, where she will

sunset, sees in the unfortunate and remain a week.

lake frontage. Five all the sixteen states, consid- derelict! alike a subject to whom the Mr. Walter Jloreman, of Waycross, Alber's Musical Octette

ered as in the South including Missouri hand of charity should be ever open. Ga., was home for the holidays.Mr. .

room cottage, hard- and Oklahcma, had done as The young man with determined and Mrs. Tompkins are occu-

much railroad building as Florida did face set toward the east, from which pying their home this winter and we WILL PRESENT

in 1914, there would have been over :omes new problems with every rising .are pleased to have them with us

3,200 miles of new road added to the : sun would do humanity a kind- again. ?

road.$6,5Op lines of the country instead of the ness by correcting the evils that I Mrs. J. B. Symonton, Micanopy, "THE CRISIS

911.26 miles built in those states. make for poverty .and crime, insteadof is visiting her mother, Mrs. J. Sim-
Florida leads the list of states with indiscriminate feeding. mnso.

Colonial Hills Attract v t n the largest; amount of new mileage, Paradoxical as it may seem, all The :Maitland: Inn is now open and A Performance that appeals to the people of the I
displacing even Texas, which has been three are right, and it is only by the the guests are beginning to arrive.
Is Attracting! Attenton an.t for a number of years. promulgation and enforcement of Dr. Stuart is prepared for an unus south more than any other attraction that has ever ap-

Florida, in 1914, built 203.06 milesof these ideas that the social poise is ually busy season. peared in this city.

new railroad, not including sidingsor maintained; by these principles prop- Thanks to the generosity of the
This Company of eight splendid soloists bed
spur tracks or second track; or erly mixed the worthy hungry are fed Maitland people, aided by the activeinterest can

CARLDANN more than 22 per cent. of the new and the offender to society restrained. of those whose thoughts heard tonight only.

.rackage built in the sixteen states. Undoubtedly many of the men who interests made it possible, the chil

Principal Florida Project beg bread at our back door are im- dren of the school and Union Sunday ALL SEATS 50 CENTS

------ ----- -- From the Manufacturers' Record posters and a cheat upon society, being school enjoyed themselves very muchon
the following principal examples of vagrants from choice. Christma seve. In the town hall

NEIL McDUFFEE the road building in Florida are On the other hand, many worthymen on that night two large Christmastrees M..Hic.J1 Commences: at Eight o'clock.

taken, as well as the table showingthe beautiflly decorated greeted
are to suffer because of .
Contractor aitd builder mileage for each of the sixteen the delinquencies of the criminally their delighted eyes. Boxes of good

states this year and that projected disposed. things, bags"of apples and nuts, were
The usual matinee of pictures will be held and
Bungalows a Specialty for 1915: Together these two classes consti- given to all in the crowded hall, and

Arcade Building. OrlandoBEST Seaboard Air Line-Acme. spur, tute a large part of the budget of appropriate gifts wer ehanded by a pictures will be shown from seven to eight.Today's .

near Early Bird, 4.87 miles; Carpen- I human problems that cause thoughtful .eritable Santa Claus to all the chil-
ter-O'Brien spur, near Jacksonville, I Iren The exercises were conducted
I men to knit the brow in sober
SELECT OYSTERS. 50c. QuartThcWaldcckcrFishCo 1.96 miles; Bartow to Pembroke, 8.74 study. Dy .Jlr. Dearborn, superintendent of

miles; Pembroke to Pumeau phos- Poverty is one of the chiefest ills the Union Sunday school. After the

I phate plant, 3.59 miles; total, 19.16 of society, for it too often breeds wee tots had spoken their verses most Feature
I miles, all in Florida. For 1915, now and the
FOR FISH AND OYSTERS contempt and defiance of the law. creditably, young peoples
under construction, Bartow to Lake luartet: had charmed by their sweetly
Phone No. 5. 206 Boone StreetP. Idle men are a menace to society,
Wailes, 22 miles. whether they be the idle poor or the olcnded voices_ all who heard them, Arthur JohnsonIN
M. and W. O. COX South Florida & GulfKenansvilleto idle rich. These two classes consti- :Mr. Dearborn introduced Dr. Kerr
Savannah, 9 miles. For 1915, Savannah -
10-23-tf tute the upper and the nether stones Boyce Tupper. Though the genial
to Hunterland, 28 miles. between which the middle class elbow Doctor is too well known to need any -
Fellsmere Railroad-For 1915, from their way. introduction Maitland folks, who
the; western terminus to Broadmoor, thought themselves particularly fa-
3:5 miles. Yet in all of our ruminating and vored in having the opportunity to

PURE UUILLThe Florida East Coast Railway-Ke- soliloquizing the principal we seldom sufferers take and into bur-account listen to him, and all were sorry Ue "Belove Mventurer" Series I

nansville to Okeechobee, 49.1 miles. when the pleasant talk ended. Many
den bearers of the worldwomen.The .
For 1915, contemplated, Maytown to carried home mind pictures of that
world there is less
over char-
New Smyrna, 17.35 miles. !ittle town of Bethlehem, whose quietso
ity shown the fallen woman and less
Tampa and Gulf Coast Railway ( the Doctor told them) had never
Montclair Jams, Jellies From near Tampa to St. Petersburg, effort made to reduce her necessitiesand in all these centuries been disturbedby

47 miles. For 1915, from Baskin to temptations than for the most i the terrors of war, and where in
I Fruit and Preserves con- indifferent male offender. 5c lOc
Indian Rocks, on the gulf of Mexico, undisturbed peace the shepherds still
tain no coloring matter or 3 miles. The wage scale for women in the
tended their flocks as of old. The
United States is such as to bring a
adulteration.See St. Andrews Bay Railway and Ter- singing by all of "Joy to the World"
blush to the face of a grandfather'sclock.
minal Company-For 1915, from near concluded a very pleasant evening.
, our large display. Panama City to St. Andrews, 3:5 .
miles. The last federal census shows that DRENNEN

Atlantic Coast Line-Dunnellon to 1,514,000; women of the United Statesare

Wilcox, 51 miles; Milldale to East- working in the fields as men. And Drennen Station, Fla. Dec. 28.-

5 and lOc c Counters port, 4.3 miles; total 55.3 miles. these states.in most part in the Southern :Mrs. Livengood and Mr. and Mrs. W. : THE OLD RELIABLE

Deep Lake Company-Between.AlIen T. Livengood, of Charleston, W. Va., I
river and Deep lake, via Everglade Those of us who have traveled
called on friends here last week. DANN'S TRANSFERDr.
through the cotton and tobacco states
We have not stated a 5 and to complete line, 10.5 miles. and into the mountains of the states E. B. Wells, of West Brownsville,

but have Pa., is spending the holidays with B. WIENENGA
loc grocery, we bordering on the Ohio river have Prop.
counters upon which goods seen the bent forms of white women
AND UNITED STATES Bert Humphries, the well known
of this value by the hundreds performing the hard-
are displayed.
pitcher of the Chicago league team, is Livery Draying and HaulingWE
Look them over.CARUTHERS est kind of manual labor. ,
Final estimate of acreage and pro setting 800 trees on the property he

duction, December 1, 1914, in the The average wage paid these women purchased a year ago.
state, and production in the United is fifty cents per day. Her dayis Archer Braddock attended the
States: from the rising of the sun to the Christmas exercises of the Conway GUARANTEE GOOD SERVICE

& GORE CROPS. Florida. United States. appearance of the evening star. Justso Sunday school, taking the part of
Corn: long as the laws of our country Santa Claus in the entertainment.
1914 __ 11,200,000 2,672,804,000 permit a few speculators to
u commer- : lion. and Mrs. E. Steele of Mc-
1913 __ 10,125,000 2,446,988,000 cialize the blood AUTO AUTO BUS AND TRUCK
u and sweat of our women ,
New Modern Groceru Wheat: Keesport, Pa., were recent visitors
f 1914 ____ __u____ 891,017,000 just so long will society gener- i

1913 uu ________ 763,380,000Oats ally go on footing the bills. here.William Neal, of Taft, visited his Country Driving for Eight or Ten Solicited
: Gatling guns and the torch never
Phone 200 1914 ____ 900,000 1,141,060,000 settle parents last week.
1913 UU 900,000 1,121,768,000 any question, because might John Wilson Lemon, the eight HORSES FOR SALE
Barley: never makes right. months old son of Mr. and Mrs. A.

6 and 8 East Pine St. 1914 ____ ________ 194,9:>3,000 These million women toiling in the Lemon, was christened Sunday at St.
1913 ____ uu__ 178,189,000 fields is the industrial tragedy of the 'Phone 257. Orlando, Florida
Luke's Cathedral by the dean.
Rye: :
1914 __u ________ 42,779,000 age.There Captain Charles Albertson, CaptainD.
.( '. 1913 u__ ____uu 41,381,000 is no task master quite so Barnum, Miss Lillian Barnum,Mrs.M. .
ORLANDO Buckwheat: severe as unrestrained greed; no whip Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Tew -
Squires, ,
1914 ____ u______ 16,881,000 that like the
1913 ____ ____uu 13,833,000 stings lash of suborned :Miss Margaret Tew, of Waverly, N.
Flaxseed: destiny, and no auctioneer's block Y., Mr. and Mrs. James Treat, Miss

1914 __n ______u 15,559,000 quite so hideous as that of organized Anna Treat H.
McKnight, Binghamton WHAT WILL WE HW2 FO* SUP?
PLUMBING CO1 1913 __ ____ __ 17,853,000 avarice. Yet
u u poverty and distress
Rice: exists N. Y., C. MacMahon, Atlanta
1914 ____ 10,000 23,649,000 among the laboring classes be- ta, Ga., Mrs. Nathan Stone and sons, Ever hear this before? Let the Delicatessen Man do it.
__ cause we tolerate these things. Something new Something New !
1913 u 10,000 25,744,000 of New Haven, onn., and O. H.
2C WEST PINE STREET Potatoes: There are girls in Try it. Ask About it.
working ten
1914 ____ 1,040,000 405,921,000 cent Schneider enjoyed a picnic turkey din- Complete Lunch put up ready for the table. For one, for two, for
PHONE 122 1913 912,000 331,525,000 stores long hours at starvation wages ner at Lake Jennie Jewel Christmas. three or more
Sweet Potatoes Uu : who are not permitted to sit down Toasts and readings were given by Always have a stock of good things to eat on hand

1914 ____ 2,280,000 56,574,000 the livelong day. It is inhuman to Capt. Albertson, Mr. Tew, Miss Bar- COLD MEATS BAKED POTATO BEANS SALADJ. CHEESE OLIVES
1913 __ 2,310,000 59,057,000Hay compel clerks to stand all
Best Plumbing at Low- up day. num, and Mr. MacMahon.
1914 __u 65,000 70,071,000; The law ought to compel proprietorsof R. TRESHER J. E. NICHOLSON'S

, est PricesWe 1913 ____ 63,000 64,116,000 stores employing large numbers of A. C. L. PREPARING TO REPLACE Phon 26 Bakery
Tobacco: girls and women to provide seats that BRIDGE OVER HILLS-
are not in the combine.SLAUTER'S 1914 ____ 4,300,000 1,034,679,000 can be swung out from under the -
1913 ____ 4,000,000 953,734,000 BORO RIVER ._ b __ _
latest inventions usedon Cotton: counters so that when clerks are not

all first-class 1914 ____ 75,000 15,966,000 busy they may sit a few moments The Atlantic Coast Line railway is
1913 ____ 59,000 14,156,000 and rest their bodies. The law
weary rebuild its
preparing to bridge over
Am FloridaAnd
Beets Leaving
Construcion :
Plumbing 1914 __u ____uu 5,147,000 compels hotels to be provided with the: Hillsboro river at Tampa accord-

1913 ____ u______ 5,659,000 fire escapes for the safety of its ing to Major W. B. Ladue, corps ofengineers 'S\Specially Price my two Properties in Winter ParkA
guests and employes, and why not U. S. A. A permit has
Real Estate Bought AC.. L. AXOUNCES ITS MILK provide some safety for the great been the by the
granted railway war
good 6-room house, 7 acres of land and a fine Grove of 800
TARIFF army of clerks? Well disposed women department to take out its old bridge full bearing Orange, Grapefruit and Tangerine Trees. Within two

and Sold.City in large cities are answering this and to replace it with a new bascule blocks of Public School, close to Depot and Post Office. In addi-
S The Atlantic Coast Line railroad question by refusing to patronize the bridge. This will be located slightlyeast tion to making a home this property will make a yearly return on
the investment of from 10 to 25 per cent, according to crop and
has prepared and issued a local and stores where reasonable comforts
are of the present site, making it market conditions, price $8,500.00; also
Building Lots, $100; $1.00 cash interdivisicn milk tariff, including the not provided for the employes. Toucha
possible for the city to erect its i :My Residence Property in Winter Park 12-room :New Modern
nd $1.00 week buys a Lot rules and regulations governing the man's pocket book and he will .
per get bridge over the Hillsboro river at dwelling with every city convenience. Lake front, 20 acres of
RENTS COLLECTED. transportation in baggage cars of busy. some time in the future. This mat- .1 land highly improved, 1500 Orange and Grapefruit trees, irrigated
milk, cream and buttermilk in cans The latest and most successful is discussed at the I garden. Property is close in, well located, close to the new
.'otary Work Promptly and Neatly ter being present I Country Club House and Golf Links, a property good enough for
or crates. method of insane
Done. treating persons in time. II the most exacting. Special price to make an immediate sale, $16-
Empty cans and crates will be returned large institutions is to treat them as CHIROPRACTOR 500, and will give possession in 30 days.
to shipping point free at the far as possible like sane people. To I See owner only. Write or phone me for a date and I will send
N. P. HATCHERORLANDO risk of the shipper.Up I get their minds off of themselves and DR. S. S. JONES, chiropractor, my car to any place in Orange County to show you these properties.
graduate Davenport College, 17 and I
,FLORIDA I their ills and onto the brighter and 18 Yowell-Duckworth building; phone I ED. F. IEEEELBOX .
tj date paidting, papering, etc., I better things of life. Why not treat 209. Intelligent people everywhere I
Office at Pinehurst Park j is the kind you want. Where to get I II our working men and women like ire being restored to health by chiro- 35, WINTER PARK, FLORIDA

P. O. Box 281 I I it? That's easy, phone 636. W. T sane people, possessed of souls and practic adjustments, the new scienceof I Orange Counts College City and one of Florida's Prettiest paces.A .
removing the cause of disease. Ex-
-L PHONE 405: :O-S-ln..
Entrican. 1-20-tf bodies, moved by the same impulses amination free. 12-24-lmo

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This is For
Germany and Austria are bottledup -I-
South Florida Sentinel
; they are in a veritable state of WANTED-Two housekeeping rooms; I
MORNING AND WEEKLYW. siege. The British fleet guards the must be modern; describe fully in
M. GLENN .... __ ..........Edit.r first letter. Geo. G. Thompson, Gen. ..
W. C. ESSINGTON" _. .1'...i..... M.n.rrrEntered northern end of the North sea and Del. 12-30-3t SPECULATORSFour :
-- I have the English channel blockaded;
at the poetoffice at Orlando. Florida
ma Second Clan Mail Matter.SUBSCRIP'nOS the British have the western end of WANTED-To exchange painting lessons -
RATESDaily. the Mediterranean sea "corked;" the for music lessons; and a pleas-
1 Year ........................ $5.00 French acts to the south- ant, refined lady for room mate. 412 ,
Daily. 6 Month ...... .........'....... 2.50 as a stopper North Orange.
Daily 3 Month ...................... 1.25 ern end of the Adriatic sea; the Brit- 12-30-3t Colo-
Daily 1 Month ...... .......,........ 50h'eekij I II lots on !
ish control the Suez canal France,
1 Year_.... .. ... ...._-u...:::.:.:_... 11.00 Switzerland and Italy impede; the :I SITUATION WANTEDExperiencedstenographer X 'i
; rapid operator. nial Drive within 300
ALL.SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN western frontier; Servia, Russia are ; care Sentinel. 1230.3teEXPERIENCED

ADVANCETO packed against the southeastern fron- feet ot Colonial Hills 1
ADVERTISERS: tier; the Baltic is choked with ice. CHAUFFEUR and i NrW% Y fAR GifTS
Copy for display and all other han -.d mechanic wants job driving and : :
dvcrtininc must be handra in at the basineM This leaves Germany and Austria to taking care of car. Sober reliable where lots are priced
.fbtt, of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m. subsist on their own resources aided and good references. Address J. A. II.,
the chance day, before for publication.contract advertising This rule;applieito it It slightly by the provisions that may care Sentinel. 12-30-lt from 350 to 600 dol- :
invariable and will be trirtly adhered to.Subeer&ereJesTrinu '
trickle in through neutral Italy, the
The Sentinel discontinued FOR RENT-Large, pleasant fur-
Balkans, Holland and the Scandina- lars per lot. li taken :
should notify the office in writing on nished rooms; in good location;
the date of expiration otherwise it will be vian countries.
continued at the regular subscription rates with private family; close in. 302 !
within ten the
until notice to stop is received. o North Orange avenue. 12-30-6t days !
Telephone Numb r .................__... 24 REGRET-
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1914 The New York World, one of the FOR RENT-Apartment of four very 'price is only 5800, for :
ablest journals in the world, under- nicely furnished rooms; gas, elec-
tricity and separate bath new house .
; ; the four lots.Cooper
Orlando needs a motor fire truck took recently to secure a Christmas I adults only. 604 Magnolia avenue. .
because her property valuation is I message from the ruling heads of 12-30-tfc\

high and a destructive fire in distant Europe. They responded except the I'

portions of the city can only be sub- Czar of all the Russias. The keynoteof FOR SALE-At] a bargain, a 5 room While our phenomenal Christmas -
house, two lots, chicken house and
dued and conquered by speedy vehicles the written red blood
messages as
I Atha
I stable; located at 722 Center street. business has
and fire fighting apparatus. deluged the white, snow-kissed battle j Owner leaving city and must make depleted our

fields of distorted Europe, was "Peace j, immediate sale. Call at property. stocks somewhat still havean
Puzzle: 12-30-3t 114 South Orange Ave, Ground Floor
on earth, good will to men. A mock- j I I

the-F-irst to readmessage ery, of course, but at the same time I! Phone 'Io.l I II assortment that many can
-I-n congress and it indicated the underlying thoughts To visit Yowell-Duckworth Com- 1 make an excellent selection
the-F-irst pres- and feelings of the war monarchs, pany's where an expert corsetier will __ __ ,

watchfullY ident-T-o-wait. kings and presidents. In every mes- give practical demonstrations of the I and at much lower prices than

sage "peace" was mentioned, also La most Victoire up to date Corsets.models of the famous Take a slant at the want ads. before.
The probl-E-ms he has J
"enemy" and "war. They regretted
faced-I-n two years the war, but there was no expression -.
We few which
have been-G-reater ennumerate a on
t II other to indicate that they were willing to 1 1I
-an anv ,
presiden-T. terminate the Crime of the Ages. considerable Price Reductions

o I have been made---
Who is it? I
100,000 TO TAMPA
The Gasparilla Carnival Associa
Better a weak stomach than a sour
mind. tion has for an embellishment on its I

o envelopes and stationery the face ofa I

Where there's a will there's a genuine, dyed-in-the-wool pirate,
chance for a lawsuit. with Kaiser-like LAKE EOLA
u mustache, a red nose,
a black eye, a ring in his ear, and be-
You can not tell how a man is
heeled by the size of his shoes.In tween the Captain Kidd's teeth a
o bloody' knife, dripping with blood. To

after years a girl with auburn the right of Capt. Kidd is a black "

tresses becomes a red headed woman. flag bearing the skull and bones. The Here is an unusual offering one that I can unhesi-

-0-- sketch is captioned, "Meet me in Toilet and Manicure Sets '
The faint heart that failed to win Tampa, Gasparilla week, 1915." Woof, tatingly recommend as a GREAT BARGAIN. The lot is
may not have done so badly after all. i
it takes courage to think of facing
a 90x200 the house contains seven rooms and bath.
Why is it that a deaf man can always this monster, and yet the Gasparilla i Linens
hear an invitation to take a Carnival committee believes that Servants room on premises. Orange and grapefruit and !
drink? I
Tampa will entertain 100,000 visitors.

o o trees shruberry and flowers and ornamental
The best things to be found in this ,

world are in Orlando-real estate and BIG AUCTION SALE OF CHOICE plants. Owner will sell furnished or unfurnished. The Children's Bath RobesMen's

immunity from snow.o TENNESSEE HORSES AND MULESBig location is No. 215 E. Robinson avenue on north shore of I t

There isn't much hope for the bride Bath RobesMen's
that can't learn to sew by the time auction sale of choice Tennessee Lake Eola, and overlooking Eola Park. Listed exclu- I ----

her hubby's wedding garments need horses and mules in Orlando at
patching.The I J. B. Magruder, Jr., stables next Monday sively with me. The price will astonish you, it too low
January 4, at 12:30 p. m. One Combine/: bf'
o car load of horses and mules direct but owneris determined to sell. Cash or terms. '
average employe in the store from Tennessee. The horses consistof (Tie, Hdki. S
does not put in appearance these days heavy draft horses, farm horses,
matched teams, general
until the "Boss" has the sidewalk all purpose
horses, and a number of extra good ""
cleaned off. saddlers and some fast pacers. The Fancy Handkerchiefs
o mules consist of nicely matched etams
A high collar, a cigar between your and some single mules, weighing 950
to 1250 pounds each. All with S.Y.WAYInsurance
young I
lips and your hair parted in the middle and
shape quality. This stock is all Parasols and Umbrellas
makes some young men think thoroughly broke and acclimated and
they are very important.In ready for immediate use. Any one I I
i wanting good stock should attend this
fact I sale next Monday, where you will and Real Estate Agent
spite of the that some pret- have a chance to buy a good horse or i Boxed Hosiery i
ty severe cold weather for Floridahas mule at the right price. The stock .
been experienced, an occasional will arrive in Orlando some time Fri- PHONE 172
day of this week when look I
you can
representative of the pestiferous fly them over and see them work or sad- Fancy Embroidered Huck ..
family remains on the job. dle, and any one wanting to buy at
o private sale or exchange can do so
A Mrs. Booze was arrested Christ- any time before the auction sale Towels
starts next Monday noon, when every II
mas day by an officer and in police remaining horse and mule will posi-
court Saturday was fined $5. She tively be sold to the highest bidder.

was charged with fighting. The city Vacumn Bottles etc.

clerk informs us that his memory recalls WANTED-Two unfurnished rooms.P. ,
a "Mr. Sober," who was once O. Box 605, at once. 12-30-3iJ -I I

arrested for being drunk. Every --- --- -- -
thing's in a name.MYSTIFYING I Ila


It was estimated- yesterday by a Vallieres and Bracelet Watches' .

well' known business man that fully

99 per cent. of the people who come

to Florida, either during the winteror

I who become permanent residents

here, never see, never visit never at- dainty enough for a fairy
tempt to visit, or never have any desire I

to see Tallahassee.INTERPRETATION o What girl can resist the charm of a dainty La Valliere, a veritable Big Reductionsin

t i lacework of gold or platinum, set with precious or semipreciousstones I
The Russian minister of war and the
! adjutant of Czar Nicholas II. has the The designs this year are so unusually lovely, so delicate Ready-to-

formidable name of "W. A. Soukhom- and fine sure they must have been inspired by the fairies.
r linoff." What the "W. A." may stand we are Wear
for we do not know. Somebody who

knows declares that the Russian lan- Especially charming, too, are our Bracelet Watches. A more pleasing gilt e
guage is elastic that it is prolific and
t comprehensive. Presuming that thisis could not be chosen, or one that combines so much beauty with practicabilityCome

true the above name may be defined -
as "Soak him in the offensive." '
in and look them over-whetheryou intend to purchase -
TEACHERS or not. We know it will be a treat to you to see

Vice-President Thomas R. Marshallonce these exquisite pieces of jewelry,
said, "The home is the basis of
American life." This truism was

spoken at a meeting of real estate OPEN EVENINGST.
i men in Indianapolis in midsummer.

;. Equally true is the version, "The public CO.
school teacher is at the basis of

. American life." This week at Lake-

land the Florida Educational,Association H. EVANSJEWELER
; is in session. Upon the teacher 1

t rests an immense responsibility. She .DEPARTMENT STORE.
. can mould the adolescent child and
direct him towards perfect manhood; .. .. t

t t she is able to equip the young man Orlando Orange Avenue Florida ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE Ii
I with high ideals and a right standardof t

living; a woman succeeds as a
school teacher where men fail. School

teaching is a noble profession. -



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l TODAY is Open 2 p. m. and 6:30 p. m.1|l!

hH f. TODAY'S Admission PROGRAM 5 centsMMMMMMMMMMMMt ,' I IMerry

REDBIRD WINS Imp.Four-Big"On the High Reels-Seas Four" in two|' I

parts with Alexander Garden Dorothy -' Xmas I In
: Phillips Howard Crampton, and ,
Two part American. A Romance of the Paddock. Featur- Stuart Paton. I IIi
Imp. "Jane of Motheaten Farm, :
ing VIVIAN RICH and WM. GARWOOD. with Jane Gail and Wm. Shay. i< 1
Sterling. Ford Sterling and little i .
Billy in Lost in the Studio." |II IILa

THE NOISE OF THE BOMBS," give Yowell-Duckworth practical Victiore demonstrations expert company corsetier for at will the ten ',, n We extend to all our n nU

Keystone. A Rib Tickling Farce Comedy. days.- THAT GOOD I i U customers and friends U Un

Automobile Coupons Contest.given with every admission, gooC: for the Lucerne Theatre Great iI GULf GASOLINH n the compliments of n nu

season. . .

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shipping storage
Mrs. Edna Fuller, Mrs. Beard ll, Miss
I Mollie Ray Miss Sperry, Mr. and tanks kept on hand.
: Mrs. O'Neal Mr. and Mrs. Beeman
@rlaubn: nrtrty Dr. and Mrs. Edwards Dr. and Mrs. ALLEN&COS
.:McEwan Mr. and Mrs. Seth Wood- Lubricating Oil and Greases to suit
I ruff.
all cars. Give make of car when
-Edited By Miss Eliza Wright New Year's Reception ,order. 0
Office telephone No. 179. Residence telephone No. 254 j| On Thursday evening the Unity
i Circle 'ladies will give a New Year's
1 I I reception to all their friends at the
WEEKLY SOCIAL CALENDARDec. I ciate. Several relatives have arrived Chapel on East Central avenue.
from a distance to attend and Orlando -I I There will be no meeting this after- GULF REFINING COlli
SOth-Jan. 2nd. friends who will also be presentare noon. ,
and Mrs. John C. Mr. b. _
Mr. Jones --
Wednesday and Mrs. A. B. Whitman Mr. and Informal DanceI P. G. WALTON Agent j, =:.o'11 ..IOJl t-
The Centia Medio Club invited
Afternoon Mrs. C. B. Robinson Deaconess Park-I I I Dancing -
2:15 P. Wednesday
two friends each to be their Office Phone 430.; I I
Card Club; Mrs. W. E. Hudson, hos- hill Mrs. II. W. Greetham, and Mrs. the -MMM*
at Club last MM
guests Country even- Residence Phone
Stovin. 269. :
tess.3 P. .-:Mrs. Joe Cheney enter- Rossmore Inn OpensA ing and enjoyed an informal dance. W. S. Coleman W. R. Rhan <
Chicken salad, sandwiches
tains in honor of Master John Cheney party of the younger society set
F Elerbe. attended the dance at the opening of I olives coffee and cake were served. I THERE'S A REASON FOR

8:30 P. M.-Informal dance, Lu- Rossmore Inn at Windermere last VENEER CORES I
cerne hotel. evening having an ideal night for The new bungalow type of residence -
Thursday the ten mile auto ride to the new being erected on South West SUN :PROOF; : PATNTSold
Card resort in west Orange.At Jas. A. Knox is $1.25 -
3 P. M.-Young Matrons pleasure street by progressing --
Club; Mrs. Joseph Bumby, Jr., hos- McCullough Ranch rapidly and will soon be completed
tess. Mr. and Mrs. J. II. McCullough under the direction of Contractor Per Strand Up ; ; at -gaining* popularity every
:, 8 P. M.-New Year's reception Miss Ruth :McCullough Mr. Van Mc- Peppercorn. It is estimated that every -
Unity Chapel. Crory and a party of friends spent I year 100 new residences are. builtin FIREPLACE CHUNKS AND IT
8:30 P. M.-Rosalind Club NewYear's the day on Tuesday at the McCuJ- Orlando. OAK WOOD We also handle a full line of Painters' & Pape
ranch about fifteen miles south- I
dance. lough
( eve
2000 Rolls Pape
Temple reception, Seminole hotel, east of town going out by auto earlyin Orlando Wood YardB. Hangers' Supplies.
"The Crisis the third of the
Winter Park. the morning.Mrs. spe- to go at cost price.

prosperous" FridayA New Year to all. W.. S.Branch Branch EntertainsMrs. entertained at Alber's cial the attraction Grand Musical tonight.Octette series ,presented will It is be a givenat per-by" PINE. W.STREET Kingsley,AND Proprietor R. R. ORLANDO PAINT AND WALL PAPER CO. f

Saturday dinner at the San Juan last eveningfor formance that Telephone 341
3 P. M.-D. A. R. meeting; Mrs. of friends who appeals to the peopleof 9-30 The ofthe Sun Phone 261 205 So. Orange Ave
a party spent some Sign
oro .. ".L:_ 1......... the Southland. The usual matinee I
weeks in New York together last of pictures will be held and pictureswill
summer. Those who composed the i be shown from 7 until 8 o'clock.Dr. -
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party were Misses Ruby Platt and ...
riends Roberta Branch, Miss Holly, Mrs.
hn R. Deming, Mrs. Branch; Messrs. Will Sarah Davis has returned from
entralecond I Branch Cestia Lawton. and Braxton the Florida State Osteopathic convention -
Beacham, Jr. Mr. Jenkins Dolive which was held at Orlando Fri- FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL
win- who was one of the New York party day and Saturday of last week, and
imer is still in the East, though he expected was one of the most successful and
home in Des Moines Iowa. We add to be present for the affair, sent largely attended conventions of oste-
j. our wishes to those of his friends that the place cards and favors for each opaths ever held in Florida. Prior to Established 1886
he may celebrate many more birth- one. The Christmas colors were car- I going to Orlando Dr. Davis paid a .
fl days in the City Beautiful. ried out in the poinsettias which dec- visit to her son, Dr. Paul R. Davis
In Honor Miss Dickerson orated the table and it was a most and family, in Jacksonville who at
Paul McNeil entertained with delightful affair. the time were also entertaining Dr.
a Mrs.bridge-luncheon yesterday in honorof I To Atlanta on HoneymoonWhen Item.Macham, of Asheville, N. .-Palatka CURTIS & Q9NEAL

I Miss Ellen Dickerson of Birmingham Mrs. L. B. Fort returned yesterday -
who is visiting Mrs. Merle Mc- afternoon from Jacksonville
Elroy for a few weeks in her charm- details concerning the wedding of Mr. Miss Mary Clarke of Tampa a
in; new home on Lucerne Circle. Mrs. W. D. Rogers and Miss Berta Beacham well known and popular' young ladyof INSURANCE LOANS
McNeil used the beautiful red poin- were disclosed. The wedding occurred that city's 'younger society set, is
3! sett'.aa vety effectively in the drawing at 4 o'clock Monday afternoonat the guest during the holidays of Miss
roo'n, giving it a Christmas air. The the Riverside Presbyterian church Mary McCullough. Both were class- REAL RENTALS
luncheon was served to the players at the Rev. Joseph G. Venable pastorof mates at National Park Seminary at
the card tables the guest list including '. the church, officiating. Mr. Pale- Washington several years ago. Miss
Misses Ellen Dickerson Edna mon Gaskins and Mrs. Fort were Clarke has many friends in Orlando
J Brewer Romaine Clark Margaret present at the ceremony. Following who are delighted to see her.
Hart, Mollie Ray Mabel O'Neal Ma- the wedding Mr. and Mrs. Rogers departed -
rion Groves Mary Branham, and for Atlanta and later will visit
For the of the
Mesdames Merle McElroy W. M. I at Daytona before returning to Or- season year very
Glenn W. R. O'Neal W. C. Essing- ': lando where they will make their few thefts have been perpetrated in
ton II. L. Beeman. L. II. Gedge, J. home. Orlando and vicinity. The policeare FOR RENP-Bungalo 5 Rooms Furnished, South Main
N. McElroy C. G. Wescott Edna Fuller -> Unity Circle always busy watching for auto
LeRoy B. Giles. J. N. Bradshaw, I I The ladies of Unity Circle will be Street.
F. D. Carr Louis Dolive Irwin Dunn I at home to their friends on New and bicycle riders.OSTEOPATHY.
Geo. C. Kellar, and Annie L. Mallory.Mrs. Year's eve, Thursday evening at
Gedge and Mrs. Merle McElroy 'Unitd Chapel. All friends of the ----- Seven Room House South Orlando.
I assisted the hostess in serving the delicious -' Unitarian church are cordially invited ,
five course luncheon.RandMorton to be present. d
Mrs. Bourne
Today at high noon in the Episco- Harold Bourne SurprisedMrs. was given a DR. J. C .HOWELL Two New Five Room Houses, South West Orlando.
pal church at Longwood Mr. Percy very pleasant surprise party on Monday Hours, 1012. 3.:>, and by appointmentNo
i Morton will lead to the altar Miss I evening at the bungalow which extra charge for house treatment
; Julia Rand. The immediate family i the family have taken on Lake Cher- .
I and a few intimate friends witnessing okee for the winter season. Amongthe Except Night Calla.Telephone -
the ceremony. Bishop Gray of Nash- neighbors who welcomed her in I connections
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We have the genuine PREST-O-LITE tanksin

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,

I t, : :; Will take in your Searchlight tank and give $450.00.

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

\1. in price. shock absorber, extra tire set, $450.00.

! j | Get exchange at either shop 4 Passenger in goodcondition, $300.00.

.. Runabout, overhauled, in good condition -
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I I. W. Phillips & Sons Orlando Auto Supply Co.

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

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vv-rirt .a.u-ioung wmve girl, to
serve as maid for dressmaking de- J..umber IL t115 acid 1iir g1et
partment. Apply to Mrs. W. L. Bur- 9
nett, Yowell-Duckworth building.

WANTED-Wanted 12-27-3tc to buy for cash
old horses or cows. Apply to Capt.
i( Curly Wilson, animal department,
|I Johnny J. Jones Shows, Fair Grounds ,
I, Orlando, Fla. 12-25-6tc

Morning Sentinel Want !
POSITION-A good home for white
Directory is the Greatest Want
girl that wants to do general house- ORLANDO
Ad Medium in Orlando.
work. Apply 601 E. Central or telephone -
591. 12-23-6tc
Terms Cash in Advance. ...
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RATESFor NOTICE-I have accepted agency for

One Day ______________23t;) Wilson & Toomer's fertilizers in Cement Plaster and Perfection Lime
I' For Three Days ____________oOc Orange county and will appreciatethe Royal Agatite
I For Six Days _______________75c patronage of their old customers, --- -- -- -- .
GEM = ==
A' PERFECT{ { For One Month ____________$2.50 and hope to make new friends for this -- -- --
This rate applies on all ads of firm. Their Ideal brands are too well . . . .I. . .III.I . 444fOI44Ic

and we know the propertywill 25 words or less. If the ad con- known for any comment at my hands.
bear out the name. tains more than 25 words the rate My experience as a grower of both I='L
will be one cent per word for fruit and vegetables warrants we in
each additional word, for each in- saying, as their agent I can be of
A BEAUTIFUllY FURNISHEDOrlando sertion.If real service to those who have grove k.
you can't bring your ad to trouble. I am prepared to give to -- -- a i.t '"
home, modern in the office telephone No. 24. Ac- my patrons not only my own experience N F 4F14YN -
every detail. Large lot, or- counts opened by telephone will be but that of the firm, which cov- Darinsone
payable the following day. ers every detail of the citrus and veg-
range, grapefruit, guava, citrus industrII.. C.lcDaniel..
lemon and banana trees in
Phone 708.EIGIiTEEN.
Every Home-Every Business-
full bearing. Handsome cam- Every Man has use for a
phor and Magnolia trees. Sentinel Want Ad. AND A HALF ACRES
of land on Lake Gatlin; sixteen in
five year old oranges. and grapefruit;
ROSES IN PROFUSIONIf overlooks four lakes; in perfect con-
FOR SALE dition. Price.$12,000. Nothing bet-
ter in Florida unless it is the
for prop-
thing you extra are choice let us some-show FOR triple SALE-One power stump Hercules puller, with all steel 200 erty below described. \\Jfl.s ; (\ / J I Iss

you this proposition. Readyfor feet 1 inch cable; only in use short TWENTY ACRES, in good neighbor-
occupancy. 7 minutes time. Also, three thoroughbred Po- hood; fine land; 10 acres in bear-
walk to business center. We land China hogs one male and two ing trees; good lake protection; good
gilts average weight about 150 crop on trees Price $10,000 with
call it one of the show placesof pounds. John S. Brown R. F. D. No. fruit; or owner will keep fruit, de-
Orlando and believe you 1, Orlando, Florida; or 3-4 mile northof ducting $2,000 for same. Offered only
will agree with us when you Conway. 12-27-3t-wk-3t for reasons beyond owners control. 1915 HARLEY-DAVIDSON-II Horsepower 3-Speed Sliding Gear Transmission Automatic ;
see it. Moderate in price. See H. C. McDaniel for particulars. Mechanical Oil Pump. Step-Starter and 66 Refinements. $275.00.
FOR SALE-12 pairs full blooded Phone 708.

ORLANDO BUILDING LAND CO to Berkshire roast, at Chas.pigs Rock's just the farm."right 24tf size Get the news in The Sentinel first. W. 'WHITNEY WRIGHT 129 Orange Avenue

Orlando. FJa.
II North Orange Avenue FOR SALE-Good violin and Edison
PHONE 608 phonograph. Apply to 723 Center HIIIIIMiillliilMiiMIMIIiillMIMIitlMMIMMMiMIMMMIIMIIIiii
street Orlando Fla. 12-23-6t

FRED. B. DALEC. FOR SALE-One seven passenger, I
H. BRYANT six 1
cylinder automobile year old
DAVIS.A GILES Counsel first class condition. Don't answer
F. A. PEPPERCORN, ContractorJEWELER unless interested. Address Bargain Two Beautiful Builr lag Lois
care of Sentinel. 11-14-tf SUBTROPICAL EXPOSITION
On South Orange Avenue,

FOR SALE-Cabbage Plants,Charleston near Lake Lucerne, spltn-
Wakefield, $1.00 per thousand did view of the lake only
Frank Phillips, Pine Castle. blocks from business MID-WINTER .
2 1-2

. Pin SU t. 10-28-tf, center nice big shade trees

FOR SALE-Forty acres of fine shrubbery &c., adjourning
t hammock land; eight in grove; the lot ol the best i
to one res OEL Jq-OO.::: FL..8.
present crop of oranges will be from .
750 to 1,000 boxes; 500 trees all told dences in city.-For sale by
ready for setting-10 acres in lake,
and quarter miles from Apopka. WALTER W. ROSE
EXFEitT WATCH MAKER Price, $5,000. Address W. H., Box REAL ESTATE REB. 9-t3 1915EDUCATIONAL
178, Orlando, Fla. 9-23-tf 9
Rooms I a 3 Watkins Block

Expert Watch, Clock and Jew- FOR SALE-Fine cypress fence posts. "-- Phone
Inquire of Frank Phillips. Pine Cas-
elery Repairing a specialty. I tle. 9-18-tf
carry a fine assortment of solid

gold and gold filled Jewelery, J'I FOR RENT LAKE SITEFour Embracing-Agriculture, Horticulture, Floriculture, Domestic I

Sterling and Community Silver. TO RENT-Suite of two rooms, fur- Arts and Crafts, with exhibits of Stock, Hogs and Poultry, f

Prices very reasonable. nished for light housekeeping; mod-
conveniences; private family; and the products of South-Florida. Racing, Polo, Sports

adults street. only.Phone Apply 562. 512 South 12-29-51 Lake* AreoplansLectures and Entertainments of all kinds .
miles from Orlando, one

CHAS. VATER FOR RENT-Beautiful dwelling with mile from Post Office, Schools

garage; elegantly furnished; on and Churches and Packing
JEWELER Lake Lucerne. Jas. A. Knox. ; ; -for information or premium list, address
8-27-tf House. On good road just one

mile from Orlando Sandford % M. R. O'NEAL H. H. DICKSON Pres.25f8u1Ofl
PINE ST. Opposite Postoffice ; Sec'y .
SEVEN ROOM, stucco
new cottage road.
one block from Eola park; com- : : I
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fine view of city. Price $5,500. Surrounded by fine Groves; Vir-
C. McDaniel, phone 708. ginia Pine Timber. Excellent H' M 111 I I 111 11 0 IM HIMtltlieilMtHMtMMMMIIMIHSpecial " ,

I Business Directory: !; RENT-6 room house with all Citrus Land with water protection A.

II I modern improvements; furnished; I and beautiful lake frontage
ForBUSY ----- season 3 months. One cottage,

MEN. Room light and housekeeping board for couple, $30 a of month.tour- Sixty Acres at Jw. trdSPECIAL

$12 per week. Inquire Cooper
Who is
your painter and decorator
? Atha. 12-13-1m
If you are satisned: keep the one youKTave $20 Per Acre
; *if not Phone W. T. Entrican,
6S6. RENT-Rooms, with or without
1-20-tf board; also rooms for light house-
keeping; several apartments from 1
BUYERS AND SELLERSI 4 rooms, each at very reasonable
Inquire of F. L. Anderson Think of it and see
buy sell rent and exchange real West Church street. Phone 459.
estate. Have resided in Orlando Fla.. -
over 30 :years. Have handled over ORLANDO REAL ESTATE CO.
20000000. Call and see me. RENT-Large, attractive room. Sale of Brass Beds at KINCAID
10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER.WE Inquire No. 8 West Washington St. I Xmas
Watkins Block PHONE 504
LIVERY Irish Potatoes, warranted FOR RENT seven room house; wa- I & SNOWDEN
free from scab or other diseases. ter, gas electric lights bath etc.;
Drop me a card or phone 708 and let stable chicken house; lot 100 by I I
us talk over your requirements. I feet. Apply at 735 North Orange '

will tage.make H. C.it McDaniel.Christmas to our .mutual advan 10-31-tf GORDON'S CARRIAGEAND $20.00 BED SALE PRICE $9.98

RENT-To desirable people .
well furnished suite bed room and

and New single room location.rooms with No.,private and 9 E.a Washing lavatory.garage BAGGAGE TRANSFERL. r Finished in either poliehed brass or satine finish.

Year St. 11-29-lmc
Holiday T. HARRELL
RENT-Small flat modtrn conveniences We give with all cash sales.
Cheap Excursion FaresVia unfurnished. Jas.11-3-tf A. Piano and Furniture coupons

Moving a Specialty

to adults only. 409 Delaney street. 8 E. Church St. PHONE 487 -

Atlantic Coast Line -

Standard Railroad LOST AND FOUND _.-: :, I Kineaid & SnowdenLow
of the South ,.....- II'I'

-White violet pin set with "
pearls. Reward if returned to I
Tickets will be on sale by the At- & Bunch's _-_
store. 12-2-tf
Furniture House.
lantic Coast Line to all points

East South of of the the Ohio and Potomac and WANTED DR. L H. RAMSDELu I I
Mississipip Rivers, including -
Washington, Cincinnati Evansville OPTOMETRIST Cor. Main and Pine Sts. Orlando, Florida
and Cairo, for all trains RENT-Furnished rooms for lSueceraur to Dr. O. {-. L ii.iORLAr'Do :
December 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22 23, 2.t., Ight housekeeping; modern im I .
25, and 31, and January 1, limited returning ; good: neighborhood; rates KLOKUiA -
January 6th; and to many Also six roomed modern WE FIT GLASSES GRIND LENSES - --- ---__
points in the Northwest and South for rent $20 a month. Inquire AND HO ALL KI71 S OF I| u
west on December 19th to 24th, inclusive West Central avenue. 12-29-6t Ii5;
oP'rfrAL F. F. ThompsonDENTIST
and 29th to 31st, limited returning I THE OSCEOLASTEAM
January 18. Also to Key WANTED-Janual- 1st, unfurnished
west and Havana, Dec. 17, 20. 4 6 or 7 room house. D. E. Flint No.
and 27, with limit January 3, 1915." West Pine street. 12-29-3t Fat all you want. THROUGHOUT
For further particulars schedules Fat what you want. HEAT
reservations, etc., apply ANTED-In private familboard., Take a postscript and forget it.
Agents Atlantic Coast Line to or Ticket ad two meals pleasant room and sur- for sale by all druggists. 115; S. Orange Ave, over Curtis & Magnolia and Robinson Ave J. W. HURLEY! ManagerIF

dressJ. no children good cooking, t-7-rl&wt\? O. ears Store
far from churches. Address B, -
G. KIRKLAND D. P. A., Sentinel. 12-27-6t TEN ACRES overlooking Orlando; Hours 8.30 a.m. to 5.30 p.m. YOU ARE LOOKING for well
Tampa, Florida. ..5*all.... cleared; fine land; good home Wednesday and Saturdays till 8 p.m rooted orange and grapefruit buds, I I''FING-S Now is the time to order GRIF-
Get the news in the Sentinel first. $2,000. H. C. McDaniel. Phone see II. C. ilcDanieL Phone 708. ROSES. w. H Brokaw,
708. 11-6-tf salesman. 1216tfi


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IOTOR CARS FOR WAR des for the food supply. General 200,000 men were transported to their DOTS ON DEVELOPMENTFrom j
Mongin commands the whole corps. new positions within three days.
Some noted French race drivers are the Tribune .y'
I -a are a great many explou. ( Tampa )
'of the French army automobile now in the army service. Boillot alternates DR. ELIOT IS CHAIRMAN Lake Helen will build a school Hammond j
& Gore
transport service. No other nation in I with the Marquis D'Albu- house. I-
this war has used the motor car with fera in driving General Joffre's car. Philadelphia, Dec. 28.-More than- Tarpon Springs will build a test
t the effectiveness of the French. The Several machines are kept ready day 1,500 prominent educators and scien- sand-oil road.Sarasota FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.

t automobile transport service is ore and night for General Joffre and it tists were in attendance at the 66th is to pave three streets .. j
ganized as a separate branch. Work- is no unusual thing for him to enter annual meeting of the American As- with asphalt.
with amazing rapidity just after one of them and drive the whole sociation for the advancement of science Cincinnati avenue, St. Augustine, is REAL VALUES LOW PRICES 1 1I
eginning of the war, the French length of the battle front in the which opened here today. Pa- to be paved.II. COMPARE
officers drafted into this corps course of the night. pers embodying the result of the last L. Gray will rebuild burned saw
who had been employed in auto- There are now 15,000 automobilesand year's researches in almost every mill at Raleigh.

",bile"manufacture-foremen, skilled 12,000 trucks in the service of !I field of scentific endeavor will be readat J. C. Stenstrom is erecting a the- I p OUR FURNITURE I I
workmen, testers and drivers. The the French army. the thirteen sections into which atre Wauchula..
officers were drawn from the manu- One of the automobile service the convention is divided. Dr. Charles Carrabelle is shipping fish and oys- We provide the quality of furniture that has long
facturers, agents and other heads oft corps' biggest feats was the trans- William Eliot, of Harvard, acted as ters by the car load. been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the:
automobile organizations. The heaviest fer of the British army from Braisne chairman of the general meeting.The Bronson Methodists propose to A standard of merit. If an article is here it i- ;;oodI .
I trucks are used for ammunition between Soisne and Rheims, to St. sessions of the asosciation will erect a church structure. It wouldn't be here were it otherwise. We c" ':i make
carriers and lighter commercial vehi- Omar, a distance of 170 miles. The continue until Saturday. Melrose school won several prizes this point too clear-it is one of the found... ;n stones
of this business, and that means much to any buyer.
: at Alachua county fair. I
t St. Johns county will build concrete-

bridge over Durbin creek. UcNHLL & DAVIS BLOCK
I Mrs. J. K. Parrish is erecting a ,
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'r a store building at Palmetto. i. Cor. Orange Ace and Church St., Orlando Fla. IIW"
The Speedway Country club hat

been organized at Jacksonville. ....:. :El} e.f3S fJd'
ba r. Pensacola is shipping crossties by
the million to Great Britain.
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Marago Bros. will rebuild business

'5 St' building at Tarpon Springs.E. .
C. Hume will establish marble
and granite works at Miami.
Grand Rapids man will erect a
rooming house at Tarpon Springs.
Okeechobee is only one year old, S
but has seventy children in school.
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___ Pinellas Park is having plans pre- __
pared for $6,000 school building.
Franchise is asked for an electric BUYERS TO SHAKE IN PROFITS
( light and power plant at Sanford. LOWER PRICES ON FORD CARS |
i Plans are being prepared for Bar- Effective from August 1, 1914 to August I! 1
tow city hall, three stories, to cost
reducu -
I$15,000.L. 1,1913: and! guaranteed against any II
..a daring that time:
a J. Cambron and others will
erect an office, store and hotel build- Touring Car -, $555.00 I
ing at DeLand.
y Runabout 505.00 I l
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Work has begun on the Punta Gor-
F. 0. B. Orlando. All can fully equipped.
da drainage canal, four miles in
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length to cost $12,000. Itarther, we will Joe able ohtmin the :
d 3. in our factory production, and the minimum eet in ..r
? 1 Company has been organized to purchasing and ides department. if we r-ach an oot.tat of t
build electric interurban road from 301,10. can between the above dates. Y i
F,6 Z And ....aJd we reach this production, we agree t. pay as
Ocala to Eustis, passing through
: <.n .r about ,
; the buyer' .hare fr.a $4' t. ttt per er I
r t h __ I Fruitland Park, Leesburg, Tavares. I Augnrt Ford ear 1.1S1J between to ertry August retail 1. IJU buyer and who Anrwt..rch.' I.,..191S.. a new i

+ y particular regarding these low prices and prouthanng -
$ I For farther
I If the Florida Metropolis can urge '
f : plan. M4
Y the planting of more hens surely The
Sentinel can urge the planting of F. G. RUSH,
; ; more industries for Orlando. '

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The all black hat means a rage for e
all black veils. Nevertheless, white
excellent with the
S veils are always

:LS C ;black hat.Subscribe. TRY A WANT AD.

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HOLIDAY MUSINGS STATE NEWS I FASHION NOTES HOLIDAY GAMES No. 2, and so on. If the answers he if in answer to No. 2 he had said, "I

gives are possible in connection with will make honey' out of it," he would
Continued from 3)) the drain- The Belgian jacket is new in coats. have
( page Plans are being made for 3Iisfit Answers" No. 1 the object or persons represented by to try again.

does not exist with the rank aad of between 115,000 and 118,000 --0--
it age
For the many jolly gatherings of the numbers he passes and another is
acres of land in the Parrish section of Belts are being used very largely
file, but with a few leaders who are I Manatee county. A petition for the this season. Christmas week a game or two may sent out. If not, he must go out Not a home in this city but has its

agitators and who would be as cruel drainage is now in the hands of the -o- be in order. Here is one that will again. quota of discarded furniture, rugs,
task masters as the men whom they county commissioners. The proposed Now even separate coats are being help the young folks have a good Suppose, for instance, IndependenceHall stoves perhaps, a wheelbar/ow may-
I I time: is chosen for No. 1 and Roose- be. A few cents for a want 1ld. and
rail against were they given equal system would cost in the neighbor- fur: trimmed. ,

opportunity. Between these two designing hood of $100,000.-St. Lucie County --0-- Let one of the party go out of the velt for No.2, and the cow that ,' some one who needs the _rticle

real laborers Tribune. New is the belt of cloth embroi- room and those remaining choose jumped over the moon for No. 3. If 'I that lies rotting in your garment will
task masters the -
call and for it. You
in to "What will do with pay you are bet-
--0-- dered in raffia. three objects, to be called respectively you ,
of the world have a hard lot. ter off-new owner is
The city council of Arcadia has a --0-- No. 1, No. 2 and No. 3. These No. ?" he replies, "I will paint it pea pleasedandthe

409,000 girls under sixteen years of move on foot for the relief of the Fur trimming is used on blouses objects may be either persons or green;" in answer to No. 2, "I will article itself is contributing to

age in this Southland are in the j I city's procrastination in supplying and neckwear. things or a combination of both. send it a letter," and to No. 3, "I the reduction of the high cost of liv-

fields hoeing corn and cotton, pitch- I much needed city improvements, andit --0-- Choice is not limited in any way. will write a poem about it," he would ing.

ing hay and manure. 81,000 under is sincerely hoped that the plan Gored skirts are as much in favoras When the player comes in he is asked pass. But if any one answer had I I

the same age are in the factories and when submitted will be such as will circular ones. what he will do with No. 1, then with been an impossibility, as, for instance, Take a slant at the want ads.

in the stores working as long hoursas meet the approval of the people., The --0--

men. What is to be the final des- city certainly must have more extensive The open work stocking is winning

tiny of a land that permits this And public improvements if it favor again. -

what is to become of womanly culture keeps its pace among the more progressive --0--

and refinement that grace our homes, I I cities of South Florida. Girdles are being made of floweredsilk

charm society and cause men to leap Arcadia News. draped.
in noble achievement if our e
to glory I I --0-- .
daughters are to be reared in the so- Gadsden county is just finishing Every conceivable shade of blue

ciety of the ox and the mule, and under making syrup and the quality is extra will be liked for spring.0 .

the lash of the greedy slave good this year. Most of them have -

driver of commercialism? plenty of corn and sweet potatoes, The straight high neckties of fur

The tragic snuffing out of the life canned fruits and a winter garden. are fashionable for girls.

of beautiful little Mary Phagan oughtto Lots of meat has bene salted away -

move upon the heart of every and many more fat hogs are sitting Organdie continues a favorite ma- TEMPLE-MASON RECEPTIONMr.

father and mother, and instead of around awaiting their turn to furnish terial for the new neckwear.0 .

wasting page after page of space in spare ribs, sausage, etc. Its greatto -0-

newspapers and magazines in behalfof live in Gadsden.-Gadsden County evening wear, a double brace-

the man proven guilty to the sat- Times. let of diamonds is the newest.

isfaction of a jury of twelve of his --0-- --0-- and Mrs. Wm. Chase Temple request the honor of

peers of the awful crime that will cry Florida Citrus Exchange has begun Some of the newest skirts are 11

out through the ages against the exposures the taking of a census of citrus inches from the ground. the presence of all their friends, acquaintances and well-
to which our young girls are in the state-the first census --0--
let devote more effortto wishers at a reception and dance to be given in honor of '
subjected, us ever attempted. This will be a valuable The sleeves of the cloth dress ,

the eradication of the canker thatis statistic, and should be kept up should be made of chiffon.

gnawing at the vitals of society. I I to date. All growers, whether members --0-- MR. and MRS. ADELBERT WILLIAM MASON, at the-

Newspapers and national maga- of the exchange or not, are requested With long coat suits, the skirts are
New Seminole Hotel Winter Park Fla. New Year's Eve.
zines are moulders of public opinion ,I to assist in the work.-De- usually mounted on a yoke. on

that determines the action of the Land News. --0--

court of last resort-the peopleandif --0-- Shadow lace blouses are being Reception from 8 to 9 o'clock. Dancing from 9 till 11.

we ever get by the corporate owned Pensacola is evidently the equal made over flesh colored chiffon.

and controlled politicians who too suffrage gateway to Florida. The fine --0-- Refreshments, 11 to 12. At midnight the new year will be

often make and execute our laws it old city did herself proud in the way Marabou and velvet are the latest

will be by th aid of an honest and she received and entertained the ladies combination in millinery flowers. welcomed by resuming dancing, which will continue so longas

untrammeled public press which has of that cult in their state conven- dancers remain.

done more for the correction of the tion there this week. Woman suf- The skuttle shaped bonnet of the any

evils of society in the past fifty years frage seems to be "on the way" all 60s is again coming into fashion.0 .
"That Grand Orchestra" will furnish the music. Mr.
than other
any agency. over the country, and it has appar- .

PUBLICATION ently selected the Pensacola route in Blouses have long sleeves, exceptin Lillard and Miss Washington will present an entirely new
NOTICE FOR its invasion of Florida. And this is a few models of lace or chiffon.

Whereas the Legislature of the State of strange, too, when we consider that -0-- dance as one of the numbers on the program; Miss List of
Florida for the :year 1913. did create the
County of Seminole out of the northern portion South Florida is that part of the commonwealth I Transparent effects in evening "

:of reducing the County the boundaries of Orange,of thereby said County materially :- from which the progressive I gowns are more modish than ever. Winter Park, a pupil of "The Castles, will also present a

of Whereas Orange; at and.this the regular meeting of the procession in most things generally -- number of the very latest dance creations of the famous
tulle with
Black satin
County; Board of Public Instruction of Orange start out.-Lakeland News. trimmings
County. Florida in the month.of July 1914 --0-- makes a very smart evening gown. "Castle House"
it is desired to change the boundaries of the .
County: School Board Districts so as to place The Herald does not favor bringing --0--
in each district as nearly as practicable the
number of qualified voters the lines of said Belgians or any other people to Florida In orderto avoid the bare poss bility of omitting froman
districts to be drawn so as to place each Election at this time. The expense would VILLA TAKES OFFENSIVE

said District County wholly School: within Board one Districts or anotherof ; not justify the results. The Belgians invitation list a single one of their friends and well-
Now therefore be it resolved, by the County Washington, Dec. 26.-Villa's forcesare
Board of Public Instruction of Orange have no wish to come to Florida now, the of
driving troops Carranzainto
County: Florida that the boundaries of the any more than they did before the Tampico and Vera Cruz. wishers, Mr. and Mrs. Temple have taken this method of,
three County School Board Districts in Orange
County. Florida be and they are, hereby war, and after the war is over they Dispatches to the state department
determined and fixed as follows: will be just as anxious to return to today show that Villa defeated the inviting through the press instead of by card, and sincerely
County School Board District No. 1 Carranza troops at Valasco and

15.Beginning township. at 22.the south northeast of range corner 30 of east section and their homes in Belgium. Some peo- forced them to Ebano in San Luis hope that everyone desiring to do honor to the young mar-
run thence west to the northwest corner of ple ca nbecome hysterical over char- Potosi where the battle is now goingon.
the northeast quarter of section 15. township ity very easily, but real charity be- The general outlook is, accordingto ried daughter of the house of Temple will come and aid themin
22. south of range 29 east; hence south to dispatches, for a retreat of the
the southwest corner of the southeast quarterof gins at home always, and there are
section 15. township 22:. south of range 29 Carranza troops to Tampico. starting a very Happy New Year together.
American that need
east; thence west to the northwest corner of many people help From Vera Cruz comes the news
section 19. township 22. south of range 29 just now.-Sanford Herald. that the combined Villa and Zapata
east: thence south to the southwest corner of is the Carranza
army pursuing army
section 7. township 23, south of range 29 --0--
towards the suburbs of Vera Cruz.
east; thence east to the southeast corner of
t section 12. township 23. south of range 29 Things are looking mighty brightfor Unofficial news to the war depart-
east; thence north to the northeast corner of Clearwater in 1915. The town ment says that Gen. Maytorena has
section 1, township 23. south of range 29 withdrawn his machine and
east; thence east to the southeast corner of bonds having been sold, new fire fight- guns
miles south of Nacoon
section 34. township 22. south of range 30; tillery ten
thence north to ttte place of beginning. ink apparatus on a par with the best the suggestion of Gen. Scott, who
Containing the following Election Districts anywhere-extension of the water- went there to arrange an armistice
to-wit. One and Two. works paving and improvements between Maytorena and Hill, so as to
County School Board District N 2 system, more -
Beginning at the northwest corner of the hand will make safeguard American lives on the bor-
on ,
southeast quarter of section IS, township 22. der.
south of range 29 east; thence run north to the county capital an even more -
of the northeast quarter of
northwest corner I
section 10. township 22, south of range 29; pleasant place to live in.-Clearwater Stokes Returns Home ,
thence east to the northeast corner of section News.
10. township 22. south of range 29 east-I Pensacola, Fla., Dec. 26.-State's
thence north to the northeast corner of section --0-- -
27, township 21. south of range 29 east; Attorney John P. Stokes returned
thence west to the northwest corner of section I There is a movement in Florida to here yesterday from Ocala, where he
30, township 21. south of 29 east
range ;
thence north to the northeast corner of section I I urge the next legislature to pass a had been for the past two weeks pros- Return of theComedy
36, township 20. south of range 28 east: law against what is known as "tip- I
ecuting Albert V. Hough, wealthyand
thence northeasterly alone WeLiva river to j OPERA WED.I
the north line of Orange County; thence west ,I ping, not in the sense of a "pointer, prominent, for the murder of thelatter's i .
to the northwest, corner of Orange County: ,: bu tas it relates to a testimonial of
thence south to the southwest Orange I wife two years ago.Ir.:: I Delight
County thence east to heneOhe appreciation of service-which maybe
; Stokes left Ocala when the case was
corner of section 36. township 21. south of wouldn't otherwise It is HOUSE DEC.C
range 29 east: thence north to the northwest ,! you get. given to the jury, and received a wire !
corner of section 19. township 22. south agreed that the custom of tipping is yesterday afternoon announcing the of Four Continents
of range 29 east thence east to the southeast i
corner of the southwest quarter of section a nuisance, but when laws encroach i jury had found Hough guilty of mur- i
15, township 22. south of range :29 east; I
upon personal liberty in matters of !
der in the first with
thence north to the place of beginning. degree, a recom-
Containing the following Election Districts this kind the wisdom and justice of : mendation for mercy, meaning a,life I .
to-wit: 5. 6. 7. 8, 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. such laws is always brought into
County School Board District No. 3 sentence. I
Beginning at the northwest corner of the ',' question. Shall a man not do whatI
The has become the cele-
northeast quarter of section 15. township, 22. case
south of range 29 east; run thence north to ''I he will with his own?Tarpon Leader. brated in Florida and it was the OLIVER MOROSCO Presents
the northwest, corner of the northeast quarterof ; .
section 10, township 22, south of range 29 fourth time in two years that Hough WITH AND
east; thence east to the northeast corner of I| -0-
had been tried, the juries in the three
section 10. township 22, south of range 29 :|
east; thence north to the northwest corner of j I DeLand will bond to raise funds for former trials failing to agree to a THE SUPREME SUCCESS OF SUCCESSESO'
section 26, township 21, south of 29
east: thence east to the northeast corner rangq of .i street paving, and a very vital ques- verdict, and the case had been trans-
section 29. township 21. south of range 30 tion will arise as to the best material ferred from one county to another LAST TUESEASON'S
east; thence south to the southeast corner of
section 32. township 21. south of range 30 |I to use for the purpose, and this mat- until finally the last trial occurred in .
east: thence east to St. Johns river: thence ter should be carefully and slowly Marion county, of which Ocala is the
southeasterly: along St. Johns river to the I
southeast corner of Orange county; thence I I gone into that no mistake may be county seat.Insanity .
west to the southwest, corner of section 31. SAME
township 24. south of range 29 east; thence i 1 made. Vitrified brick is a lasting material was the plea of the defense -
north to the northwest corner of section 18. I but on account of the noise and alienists from various
township 25. south of 29 east thence
east to the northeast range corner of section; 13. j with heavy traffic over it, it is hoped parts of the country appeared and HEART

township 23. south of range 29 east: thence that some other kind of material just gave testimony for the defendant, DISTINGUISHED- MY ARTISTICPRODUC
north to the northwest' corner of section 6.
township 23. south of range 30 east: thence I' as satisfactory in durability, with the while the state relied upon the testi-
east In the northeast corner of section 3.
absence of such noise, can be had. of Dr. Greene
township 23, south of range 30 east: thence mony superintendentof
north to the oortbwrst, corner of section 4. :i And then vitrified brick is the most the Florida insane asylum, who
township" 22. south of range 30 east thence
went to the place of beginning. j expensive kind of paving material. held the defendant sane. I BY J. HARTLEY MANNERS
Containing following, Election Districts Other material be had and will
i can Hough, who had been a heavy
to-wit: 3. 4. 15. 16. 17, 18, 19. 20. :
Adopted and ordered this 7th day: of July: make a good lasting pavement.-De- drinker, shot his wife while she was

A.(Seal D. 1914. J4S. A. KNOX. Chairman. I Land Record. seated at a sewing machine. She was CAST In which Laurette Taylor made a world9 recant TION

Attest J.:F. McKINNON. Secretary.: young, pretty and popular, but hadon run of two consecutive in New York
I i Nowhere in the country can one the morning of the murder threat- years
State of Florida. I
County of Orange-- s. raise a larger variety of products ened to leave him if he continued his
I. J. F. McKmnon. secretary of the Boardof than right here in Jackson county. drinking. She was shot in the back
Public Instruction in and for Orange
County, Florida certify that the foregoing u We simply must pull ourselves out of five times. So important was the -
a true and correct of the resolution and Rea Martin as "Peg"Mail
copy I
the old rut of that Governor
order adopted by the County Board of Public planting cotton, and di- case Trammell instructed -
Instruction of Orange County, Florida this versify. The boll weevil is already State's Attorney Stokes to
7th day of July. A. D. 1914. changing, deter
mining and fixing the boundaries of the three here and with him to contend with go from Pensacola to prosecuet the
County County. Board Florida.School Districts of Orange cotton raising will be a worse up-hill defendant. Orders filled when accompanied by proper remittance

In witness whereof, I have hereunto set my business than ever.-Marianna Times-
hand and official seal of the County Board of Prices ; 50c 75c $1.00 $1.50
Courier. Some fellers' idea
Public Instruction of Orange County. Florida of observing ,
this 7th day: of July: A. D. 1914. I Christmas is to get "all lickered up"It
(SeaL) J. F. McKINNON.
12-30-14. 1-6 13, 20-15 Read the clasified ads. is certainly a worthy ambition.

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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 r
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. ;.,

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F H il T1HPHT rPTTT1 \ !! of
Suits I I
_, Ladies Coat RO i H uMiJIjIi HnA THE adienni:jChildrens ,

Half Pries I TO NIGHT j I Coats at Half Price I

$10.00 COAT'SUITS AT -$ 5.00 $2.50 COATS AT $ 1.25
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$12.50 COAT SUIT AT ______$ 6.25 Bison Drama. Two Reels. $3.00 COATS AT ____________$ 1.50 ?

COAT SUITS AT $ 7.50 "Ue Foun of Fief Time $1.00 COATS AT $ 2.00
$15.00 ------ e lings( ------------

t )T: $18.00 COAT SUITS AT ------$ 9.00 $5.00; COATS. AT ------------$ 2.50 \ 1IM
t ..- c 9nnn rnw-oiJITS AT ------$10.00 L-KO COMEDY $10.00 COATS AT -------.---$ 5.00

UTS AT------$12.50 "Fido's Dramatic t. Career." $12.50 COATS AT ._---------$ 6.25

ITS AT ------515.00 $15.00 COATS AT $ 7.50

______$17.50 And One Big Extra Reel 11/
$35.00 COAT SUITS AT $20.00 COATS AT _______10.00

F $10.00.COAT SUITS AT ----20.00 $25.00 COATS AT 12.50 ZPt

t \ $50.00 COAT SUITS AT -----25.00 Pay a visit i to our Soda Fountain and Lucheonette. $30.00 COATS AT -----------$15.00 '
-. Admission Free until 6.30 p.m.I S
$60.00 COAT SUITS AT 30.00 Admission, Adults, lOc '
------ Nights Children 5c. $35.00; COATS AT -----------$17.50

4k' Wool Dress Goods,Clean Sweep Sale Wool Dress Goods, Clean Sweep Sale +

LAMBS: WOOL CLOAKING, 54 inches Ladles Skirts CHIFFON BROAD CLOTH, 54 in. wide ; '
wide, $3.00 quality at -------- ------$ 2.25 $1.75 and $2.00 quality _$ 1.1Q '
ATHALF GABARDINE,48 in.wide in green, blue,
BEAVER CLOAKING, i5 inches aide,
navy and black, $1.50 quality -$ 1.00
$2.00 Quality $ I 1.39
---------------------- PRICE CREAM SERGE, 54 in.ide, $1.50 quali-

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$ 5.00 Skirts at $ 2.50 ty at 89c
CAMELS HAIR PLAIDS, 54 inches wide, CREAM SERGE, 38 inches wide, 75c.
$2.00 quality _______________________$ 1.39 $ 6.00 Sk.rt sa.00 quality at ------------------------- 48C
$ 7.50 Skirts at $ 3.75 WOOL TAFETA, 42 inches wide, S3 cent
IMPORTED WOOL CHALLIES,beautiful quality
', : line of designs to choose from, 50c. and $ 8.00 Skirts at $ 4.00 WOOL CREPES, 36 inches wide, 75 cent 'i
60c. qualities at 39c quality .. 48c
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$ 9.00 Skirts at $ 4.50

EXTRA SPECIAL $10.00 Skirts at $ 5.00 EXTRA SPECIAL

-5 ; One?lot wool dress goods $12.OO..Skirts at $6.00 Tweedmouth Plaids, beau-
worth $1.00 and $1.25 at I $ 15.00 Skirts at $ 7.50 tiful colorings, SOc quality I
48C at 19cVowellDuckworth

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G. C. Henry, of Jacksonville, general -
manager for the Jacksonville
branch of the General Electric com- '
pany, was a caller at the Orlando
Water and Light company Monday.

Joseph E. Empie has returned to
his home at Santiago Cuba, after a
visit here with Mr. J. L. Empie and i
family. Their mother recently died, iI
a beloved and respected Orlando wo-
man. |I ...

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After a delightful visit in Orlando '
Show Your 1! Mr. and :Mrs.: W. P. Scruggs and son I
Appreciation have returned to their home in At- I
I lanta. While in the city they were
the guests of Mr. Scruggs' parents, II
Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Scruggs. I 1fff 1t9ll4tt ) ,

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You can best express your appreciation of Do not miss the opportunity to talk '.. ;.. .
your corset troubles over with our expert ( '
any money you have received as a ChristmasGift corsetier during the next ten I Almost 'Goiu!

by bringing it to this bank and using it to days. It costs you nothing, and may
be of great benefit. The Yowell- = Was it v/hat it slicidil have icon?
add to your present Savings Account for the Duckworth Company.

opening of such an account in your own name.It Mrs. Ethel Bell Stevens left Tues- i iI
day on the Tampa Special to attend I ,
I 1915Almost (
will thus be the foundation of future sav- the State Educational Convention at .
Lakeland where she will be met by ,
ings. It remains yours at all times. It can be her brother, Prof. W. E. Bell of Fort
Pierce, who will stop for a short visiton
withdrawn for use at any time. It will earn his way home with his mother and \ Here[ !1
father, A. D. Bell.
four per cent. compound interest when bankedin
Let's make it the brightest,
a Savings Account. Among the holiday visitors who are I
the !
>est evcrl! .
enjoying the many parties and good t '
times among the younger set are -
Messrs. Ralph Light of Jersey City,
and Earl Grosh of Lancaster, Pa., j Start 3lhZ? -
: THE STATE BANK of Orlando who will be here until after January .'
first guests of Mr. Randolph Cobbat :,
Cathedral school. II 5iy tanking with this purely home

.' institution which stands
From Muncie, Indiana, '
A. S. Cecil and his sister yesterdaycame Miss : for everything that is for the ',' &

Anna Cecil to spend their third win- .;..... welfare Orlando and its citizens .. .... .....:
ter in Orlando occupying their resi-
dence at 509 South DeLaney street. : '
Mrs. Cecil and children will not be e : < : ,,
down to Orlando this winter. "All i : -t
LOCAL AND PERSONAL J. D. Harris of St. Cloud was the Hoosiers" said Mr. Cecil, "knowa S-- -
among the many shoppers and busi- good thing-Orlando-when theysee : i .
ness callers in Orlando yesterday.Bert it. Many more are coming to "' 2
Mr. F. T. Scruggs was on the sick this beautiful city in a short time." .. .. .. . : '
list yesterday. Roper, Mr. Ewing, Mrs. May, -: Q, .
and many others from Winter Garden 't. .

afternoon.There will be no Unity Circle this were in Orlando yesterday.C. '0 j; :; ... .. .. .: .' .. .." . .. :\. O.. .

Wl Townsend and wife have I
Electric radiators at Curry's. gone to New Smyrna for a few days :' '

. visit. ( .'.'.' .' .' .' .... . .'. .. ... .. ....
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Cot T. J. Watkins has returned : : : .2.: ; : .'...:: .:- ...,. :. .. 5::;: :: :i:.: .: .r : : .

t, from Arcadia where he spent the hoi-,I Rev. L. P. Hutton, of Atlanta, who .
idays. has been spending some time near
Gotha, was in Orlando yesterday.The .
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Guernsey and
their guests, Mr. and Mrs. Sam R.I Misses Helen and Julia Stein- erw
Marks, of Jacksonville, will return I metz Wekiwa Springs and their -
today from a few days hunt in Lake : father, were in the city yesterday fora
county. From here Mr. and Mrs. short time.Anything .
Marks Jacksonville.will return to their home in More Light for Less Money

at Curry's.Among

the out of the city visitorsin
Orlando yesterday were F. S. Gil- Mazda Electric Light Bulbs
bert and Ralph Bearden, of Kissimmee. .


Mr. and Mrs. John F. Empie, who
have been living on DeLaney street, PHONE 20
are now living with Mr. Empie's father JUANHave
at his residence, 407 Boone street.
2300 acres of unimproved Dr. F. W. Shine has returned to his
home in New York city after a visit
pine land, fine with his mother, Mrs. H. W. Gree- you tried our sixty All packages delivered promptly dayor

tham on North Orange avenue.C.
truck and fruit land
big cent Lunceon served in the

portion of it has clay B. Witt, of Tampa, a well known I
night charge.McElroy
and marl subsoil. Situ- ] produce man and wholesale grocer, Cafe from eleven to two- no .
died recently. He was well known to
road local business men who regret his de
uate on County parture. thirty ?
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within seven miles of
Miss Dorothy Sterling and Miss
Orlando. Mabel Allen, of Winter Park, who This is a satisfying
are spending the winter season with '
$4.40 an acre will buy their grandmother, Mrs. Towsey, noon-day meal that oughtto
this tract and the propo- were in Orlando yesterday. s PharmacyAGENTS
appeal to the businessman
sition is "cinch" ::s a Electric portable lights at Curry's.Of .

small investment. This and shopper. The

price is for quick sale.If the many visitors in Orlando
I yesterday were Mr. D. M. Vaden of surroundings are pleasant,
want this land I Whitman Ga., Mr. and Mrs. V. H.
you Palmer, and Mr. and Mrs. R. V. I -
call on I i Carnes of Haines City, Fla. service good. I I

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I 1 Dr. Jno. W. Stagg, Mr. Jos. L. Try this feature. We I 1
Guernsey Mr. Ralph Yearby, and =
Miss Mary S. Guernsey went to Win- If.i
[ ter Park yesterday afternoon where know that you will like it.
S. G. Dolive & Son they played golf on the new golf links i
of that delightful city. A la Carte Service at all

REAL ESTATENo. I I i Miss Lelia Roper and Miss Rachel hours.
Ewing, Winter Garden, were in Or-
..1.1I'I' lando yesterday for short time.
3 WEST PINE STREET a Dollar Dinner from five-
They were en route to Lakeland
Second Floor where they will attend the annual Extends it's kindly greetings and
Florida Educational Association meeting thirty to eight. Tables reserved -
now in sesion.
for any number of
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i genuine wish fcr a Merry Christmas

HOME ? i .

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

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

Wright Seed Company ; friends and patrons. .

Phene 179 206 So. Orange Ave. j

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Special Priees 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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