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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 31, 1914
Publication Date: 1913-1918
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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f ,I ND ZAPATAP FRENCH GUNNERS' REVIEW\' OF PUBLICSCHOOLS JOHN BULL IS {1






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BATTERIES INTERESTING ARTICLE RE- RETICENT
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CARDING WORK ACCOMPLISHED : 4

CAPITA .E AT TURNER $25,000 FLORAL GARDENS I i
'. .... HOME DURING 1915 I
J MEXIcu -is HEAVY FIRE FROM: FRENCH BRITAIN'S REPLY TO AMERICAN ) \

UT DUE -1 LAST NIGHT T i ON COLONIAL DRIVE GUNS STILL GERMANSIN : I IRKTEACHERSARENOWDOftiGOrlando NOTE AWAITED ';

UPPER ASPACH WITH INTEREST
io BY DEPTnent I
LOSS ESTIMATED AT $50 IS WORK OF ERECTING PLANT Schools Equipped in

RESULT-ORIGIN FROM: NOW UNDER WAY PROGRESSING GALE SWEEPS BATTLE FRONT Every Department in :Most PUBLIC IS KEPT IN IGNORANCE

Warns Amer- GASOLINE STOVENo RAPIDLY Excellent :\Ianner-Other _____ Ml

tg to Mexico Battle Hindered by Nature's School News U. S. and G. B. Have Agreed to ,]|

Says He Is One at Home, Fire Fighters Plant Will Cover 250,000 Square ''j
a Assaults--German Actions Not Reveal Contents of Note
Having to Break Entranceto Feet-Have Operated Like By Arthur hey i
:torious? Are Somewhat -Russia and France Are j ;
__ Subdue DangerousBlaze Plant Mansfield, The thoughtful man can not fail to

Dec. 30.-Conflicting Ohio Abortive appreciate those institutions of his:: "Wise" Though i

city which tend to benefit the public. :
te to the state departout r
Fire originating from a gasoline The Colonial Gardens on East Colo- Paris, Dec. 30. Sharp advances Among the various institutions of this Washington Dec. 30.-The United i

conditions in Mex- stove in the kitchen of Mr. O. N.Turner's nial Drive, owned and operated by against both flanks of the German character which are to be found in States and Great Britain have agreed ;/T 1]

rom the agents of Car- residence, 210 East Robinson the Berno Floral company, of Mansfield marines and infantry under Grand every city none deserves to be ghei not to make the former's note to the I

ng that his forces are avenue, at 9:30 o'clock last evening 0., under the local managementof Duke Albrecht of Wurtemburg, in a a higher place than the public schools, latter public without a mutual agree-

the forces of Villa andI resulted in a loss estimated to be L. E. Berno when completed will rapidly developing offensive of the allies which are to be found everywhere

$50. The prompt work of the Or be the finest in this section, and an- in Flanders was reported in offi- working steadily and persistently for nent.

lando fire department saved the house other indication of growth and pro- cial statements issued today, while the betterment of the community tn:: : As Russia and France are the alliesof
the
I persists at stateat from being destroyed by flames. gressiveness.The from Alsace it is announced that the for the advancement of the state. Great Britain the Russian and

Villa and Zapata will When the department reached the plant will consist at present of French Gunners have silenced a Ger- Orlando, the City Beautiful, has French ambassadors have been given

r proauce peace at the house no one was at home and they eight ranges covering 250,000 square man battery which was bombardingupper nothing to complain of in either the copies of the documents.The .

tal, along the northern were forced to break down the doorto feet, and will be devoted to the grow- Aspach.On quantity or the quality of her schools}: state department says officially -

,roclaim the new provisnt fight the flames which had envel ing of a general line of florist stock the remainder of the battlefront both public and private. The past that no nation either before or

who will be accept oped the kitchen and was burning for local trade; also a mail order department all of which is still envelopedby year has been a most successful one :after sending the note to Great Britain -

:nited States.department fier-cy. for Southern trade; also a a sweeping gale, sharp artillery for these institutions. A new $53,000 indicated a desire to join in the

today issued From the gasoline stove it is full line of vegetable plants for all actions were fought the German attempts school building has been completedand representations.The .

ling to Americans going thought the flames spread to nearby seasons of the year. I being everywhere abortive. is being used by the grammar de- officials already have begun to

)w would do so at their papers, then to the walls, with the re- For the Northern market will be partment, in an effort to take care of anticipate a reply from Great Britain.

sult that the kitchen was badly dam- grown a general line of cut greens GERMANY AGREES TO U. S. the overflow from the old school. They say that they do not expect Str i

;ention has been called toe aged. The fire brought out the usual and ferns, for which the company This building is a modern fireproof Edward Grey to lay down any propo-

at Tampico, where there quota of interested ones, and there have large contracts for fall delivery.At Washington, Dec.30.-Germany has structure containing sixteen rooms, sition to the United States which

large number of Ameriess. -. was a large gathering at the scene present the work of building the informed the United States that she and is up to date in every respect and would be applicable to all cases that

These have come to of the conflagration. Mr. Turner is residence is rapidly progressing and I will not make requisitions for food fully abreast of the present day meth- may arise. ft 1

>m the oil fields. Villa, a prescription clerk Merck's drug the work on the plant will be started I supplies from Belgium "while the international ods of school building. It is capableof It is expected that Grey's rer.iyn"e a abe

ping Tuxpam is expected store. about January 15, as the material for j commission is sending in accommodating 1,400 pupils. I in a friendly tone and purpose

tely attack Tampico* the first range is already on the 1 food and for a reasonable time after The new school as well as the old and indicate a desire t ocomply with
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iedondo, representing Car- SUWAXXEE SHERIFF REMOVEDBY ground. i the last delivery. This concessionwas has been placed in charge of Prof. the United States' suggestfons, awhile !

gave out the statement GOV. TRAMMELL The Berno company have owned obtained from Germany person- W. S. Coleman, as supervising principal it will declare that Great Brit-

Arrieta had taken Tep- and operated a large greenhouse and I ally by Ambassador Gerard from the of the grammar department.Prof. ain will not abandon either a general

was advancing on Santi- Governor Trammell has notified store at Mansfield Ohio, for the past I minister of state who gave the requested Coleman has had four years ex- right of search or a search on suspicion -

state of Durango. Sheriff G. Potsdamer of Suwannee 20 years, and expect to operate a first I assurance. While Ambassador perience with Orlando schools and is "she is to "reduce to a mini- '

says in his reports to county of an order suspending Pots- class flower store as soon as stock I Gerard was very brief, it is un- making a decided success of the work. mum" the detention of ships in port

;j that Gen. Obregon' has darner from duty as sheriff, effectiveat can be got in shape to supply same. I der't, xi here that argument to the I There are eighteen teachers in this and endeavor" to make searches complete

tim that the enemy has noon on December 31. The governor This department will be in chargeof German government was that the department, all of whom are doing at sea.

ted at Puebla and that Ohio has appointed Mayor W. II. Lyleof a competent flower worker who requisition for food upon a people I splendid work about 800 pupils l be. -

w 75 miles northeast of Live Oak to be.sheriff. will be capable of executing anythingin who had to be sustained by foreignaid ing under their care this being the Protests

:y. Sheriff Potsdamer is being suspended the florist line from r funeral sprayto could not be made with equity. largest enrollment in the history of London, Dec. .-Protests by the

ranzista bulletins indicate from office on the ground that he an elaborate wedding decoration.The I Orlando's schools. United States against restriction on

feats of the Villa forces. failed to "use reasonable and proper members of the new companyare "PEG O MY HEART" The high school, under the super- its commerce was considered todayby

orts are not sustained by diligence and efforts to detect and E. M. Berno, H. L. Berno, L. E. The production of "Peg o' My I vision of Prof. J. I-'. Simmons, a graduate the cabinet.
Urhes to' the state depart- Berno E. L. Berno Ott. The of tha University of Indiana and The American note is
bring before the court parties selling Philip Heart" at the opera house last night likely to occupy -

intoxicating liquors within the said investment in the new enterprise will I attracted a full house, as it was a the Central Indiana Normal College, the attention of the ministry for

county in violation of the law"It total $25,000.MAY : high class show in every respect. cessful is also enjoying in its one of the. most suc- some time and in the meanwhile it
history.In
:CURES: DIVORCE years
4 4be
is also charged that the sheriff I the mathematics departmentMiss is understood Ambassador Page will

has "been dilatory and slow in payingover DeLaney has charge of two invited to go over the entire ques-
lis, Mo., Dec. 30.-\\". K. the fines collected by him." ERECT LODGE NOME C. C. BALL SWEEPSTAKES classes in algebra, and one class each tion with Foreign Secretary Grey.
;h, president of the South- of plane and solid geometry, and an
elective course in bookkeeping is offered
and :Mining company and I
WAS BURNED in the senior year, as an alter- FLETCHER WORKING
::he Mississippi-to-Gulf Deepy Odd Fellows in Prosperous Con Friday Morning and AfternoonWill nate for solid geometry.The .

Association today ob- William Heltzen, of the Cook Au- dition and :May Build on Lot Witness Activity at English work covers a wide Washington Dec. ::Recognizing
divorce by default from Mrs. I range of subject matter, special em-
tomobile Garage was burned on the -Election of Officers the seeming impossibility; of gettingthe t
i Kavanaugh, as on his tes- I Country Club-:Many phasis being placed upon the classical
right arm, left leg and face yesterday studies by Miss Mollie E. Ray, the contraband or .u on naval stores
he deserted him in 1913 and :Monday to PlayA
afternoon when gasoline exploded. I teacher in charge. entirely lifted as applied to goods
ressed the intention to re- I :Miss Pearl Harris a graduate of
His shipped to belligerents Senator
injuries were hastily! drcsscc1 !
arated from him. ball sweepstakes will be run off the Mississipi Woman's College, has
Orlando Lodge No. 20, I. O. O. F.,
and he was able to resume work laterin charge of the department of lan- Fletcher is now working along the
at the Country Club Friday. The
the afternoon. The fire depart- at its; regular meeting Monday night en- guages this year and is making the line of enlisting the influence of the
1X1)0 RIFLES TO PLAY trance fee will be 50 cents and there work both .
ment was called, and responded, but elected the following officers: T. M. interesting and instructive.Physics state department in opening traffic in
will be three prizes, divided 60, 30 and biology, which com-
tlando Rifles and the Cham- returned when its services were not Phillips, N. G.; W. H. Brokaw, V. G.; and 10 per cent. of the total entrance prise the science course, are taught these goods with neutral or nonbelligerent }-

Michigan of last year willcame needed. J. T. Dale, secretary; P. F. Laubach fees. Players are to have the same by the Miss Caplinger, who is arousing in countries.
pupils an interest in these in-
of basket ball in the MUCH INTEREST treasurer; P. B. Wicoff, trustee; John I handicaps. It will be in charge of tensely practical subjects.The BOLD ROBBERSSan
I Friday night. The visitors Dave Davidson coach. The compet- history work is in charge of
F Schumann and W. A. Rony, -
representatives
good team, for they won the itors are to play morning or after- Miss Minnie Groves, who has some-
Cashier Chas. P. Dow of the Peo- to Grand Lodge. This what changed the usual method of instruction Antonio, Tex., Dec. 30.-Two
of last
.ampionship Michigan
ples National Bank states that the noon. in order to make this branch masked men boarded Southern Pacific
is in condition
:''hey are touring Florida this lodge a prosperous more interesting.Prof. .
first five or six customers in the bank train No. 9 between Cline and Spof-
r a pleasure trip and playing and it is expected that they will soon Simmons, in addition to his
yesterday morning were interested Souvenir folder of Orlando, 24 regular work of supervising the various ford early today and robbed every
rt, almost all the towns. The
''ill be called at 8:15.YEAR'S persons calling to get particulars con- erect a modern building on the splen- views for 15 cents; two for 25 cents. departments instructs the senior passenger on it. The express car was
cerning the Christmas savings club. did lot they already own. Curtis i- O'Neal Orange! avenue. class in American history, and not molested.
also has a class in science.
These persons were followed by many
The high school athletic association
GREETING others during the day who opened up reorganized! early in the present year
I accounts. Orange County Needs Crop Of for the purpose of encouraging ath- SWALLOWS TOOTH BRUSHRhode
letics in the school. The first result
to come from this was the organization -
Ley of Methodist Church HIS ASHES TO JAPAN BY MAIL Farmers To Tickle The SoilUncle by the freshman class of both
Island :Man
i football and baseball team. Bothof Polishes His
Sending to His Congregation Boston Dee 30.The parcel post these teams have done considerable Teeth, Swallows Brush

Beautiful 1915 was called upon today to convey the Dan Prescott the big turkey own stock feed in Florida. racticing and the boys feel confident and Operation
that
will be able
they to winning
GreetingRev. ashes of Teijiro Hasegawa, a Japanese merchant from down near Winter You do not see him hauling baled baseball put a -
team the
Home, in this county is one of the hay home. He never did. He raisesit. on field when Produces It
artist his former the
to
home
near farmers who struck "pay dirt" in Orange lie sells it to his neighbors. lie season opens.
J. B. of the The social side of school life
Ley, pastor Tokio, Japan. The high
package was accepted county. Mr. Prescott has been raises his corn and everything else has been varied this Providence R. I.. Dec. 30.James
3ist church, is distributing and started on its way after resident governor of the woods down that a farmer ought to raise. He unusually year
'any new clubs having a semi-so- Skeffington, of the Providence school
p : the members of the church the $1.10 in stamps had been attached. there for many years and some of smiles at the idea of a farmer buying cial object have been organized and
card I he best herds of cattle of the state his feed. He says that such notionsare committee, was polishing his teeth
,ing : are adding mcch to the of
II have been under his ownership.The the ruination of farmers in Florida pleasures this morning when his grip on the
the.favor of God and the I school life. Among these the Senior
auf AUDITOR HERE
Precott farm is real farm and if
a any man doubts the ability Classical club handle of the brush
and The
the Senior slipped.
of our church I am to be yourt I and the Prescott home is one of those of Mr. Prescott to grow the feed I German
> this year for Christ's sake. 1! The local offices of the Western hospitable places so typical of the for his live stock a visit to his farm clubs club easily are exerting take first a places.beneficial These brush went down his throat so far he
Southern born ; very could not reach it.
man. southwest he
will Involuntarily
i Orange all
each day of the New Year be remove I influence the school
Union Telegraph was visited on aiding greatly
.. company Uncle Sam does not blush when doubts. swallowed it.
ang of a ladder lifting us up- yesterday by A. J. Baker of Atlanta you call him a cracker. On the contrary Stock feed has been one of the in building up a school spirit, whichis
toward the dawn of another auditor of this division. he will smite his breast in pride vorst boogaboos of Florida, and it of untold value to any educational Mr. Skeffington caused a call to be
institution
and
Miss Harris deserves
and spin a that will the takes hard I sent to the Rhode Island hospital,
cure headed
:Jig from which there shall be you yarn only some good old great credit for her tireless efforts in
worst case of blues. He is a big farmer acquainted with soil conditions whither he was taken, and the doc-
tting sun.. May no shadow fall COUNCIL MEETINGThe I promoting such organizations.POOR .
hearted jovial cracker. The Prescott
to scare these false ideas away. i tors lost no time in operating
s your path 'hind which Gv u homestead has been the scene of manya Each day finds Florida farmers making -i upon

not hide a smiu face. When city council met last night, good! old fashioned jotlification. The progress and new and sane ideas "MICHAEL"As him.The
Prescott fish fries and ox roasts have are being sown broadcast. brush was removed from his
Seed me call on m. It shall be discussed licenses that would be due
brightened pioneer days and made Orange county needs a big crop of the court house clock struck stomach and this afternoon the pa-
tudied aim and" ignest ambition after today, transacted routine business happy many a new comer in these farmers. Needs them badly that the twelve last night an automobile tient was reported as doing finely.
i, ender such service as will re- and adjourned. latter days. rest of the world may be fed. The
d to the glory of God and I Uncle Dan is klwavs at the Orange soil is here waiting for somebody to I turned from Church street north into
tual. your county fair. He will be there this tickle it with a hoe, and it will smilein Court street and struck little "Mi CITY MAPS
upbuilding: TIlE WEATHER year. Big pigs big turkeys cows response. I chael," the dog "Peg" owned in "Pego' The State Bank of Orlando is giving -
Affectionately your pastor, corn and pumpkins will be his line. Let the farmer come from the My Heart," shown 'at the booklets
away containing miniature
But the one thing that Mr. Prescotthas frozen North, the windy West and the opera a -
> "J. B. LEY. Florida: Fair Thursday and probably i il
house last :
: demonstrated to his own satis- rock ribbed East. We are here with night. Littlelichael's" map of Orlando, with the best
anuary 1, 1315. Friday. :-etbn is that a man can raise his t I l the goods. I left front leg was broken. I wishes for a happy New Year.
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REVIEW OF THE YEAR 1914 twelve hours-Russia orders general sels-Belgian army retr J on Ant- cept. 1. St.ete

mobilization. werp. known henceforth as

This has proved one of the great August 1. Germany declares war August 21. Germans egin attack imperial decree.
-Russia-French cabinet orders Namur. :
years of history, for it has seen the on Sept. v2. Germans i
outbreak of the long dreaded world general mobilization. August 23. Germans begin attack I trates toy Crel!,'about i
war. School children a thousand August 2. German forces enter on Mons-Austria announces ictory I Paris, and'swings'east"
addresses ultimatum Russians at Krasnik.
Luxemburg-Germany over center between-iVerdun
years from now will remember 1914as
they do 1492 and 1776. Followingis to Belgium demanding free August 24. Germans enter Namur I driven b-.ct Seatof. Flo __
for her -British retreat from Ions- '
begin
passage troops. Bordeau
a record of some of the prominent ment reravoedjto >
events of the year, especially the first August England sends ultima- Zeppelin drops bombs into Antwerp. I (Continued on page ,"C
w rCCKt aoM oAwc tum to Berlin, demanding unqualified August 25. Austria declares war -,"
five months of the great conflict: I
Jan. 1. John Lind arrives in Vera observance of Belgian neutraliyt on Japan-Muelhausen evacuated by Eatwhat you want. ,
ultimatumGermantroops the French. -1 3at all want. i
Germany rejects you 4
Cruz to observe Mexican chaos for
begin attack on LiegePresident August 26. Non-partisan French Take a postscript and fa ,
\ President Wilson.
For sale by all druggists \(
Wilson issues of cabinet organized-Germans take
Jan. 3. Two thousand Mexican ref- proclamation 1-- '.
We hand you something new ugees from battle of Ojinaga flee to neutrality. Longw -
5. 27. Louvain burned by
August England August
announces existence 1
States.
in the soap-maker's art the Jan.United 4. S. S. Oklahoma breaks in of state of war with Germany Germans-Japanese blockade Tsing- Dr Buckma,

two 37 miles from Sandy Hook; 32 -President Wilson tenders his good tau. &
die. offices to the warring nations. August 28. British fleet sinks five I OSTEOPATH ,

Christie MacDonald, the I Jan. 5. Ford Motor company an- August 6. Austria declares war on German warships off Heligoland. I lijs I l\\
= of Kill
nounces its workmen shall have at Russia. August 29. Germans capture La- I Graduate
famous actress, says : i least $30 a week each. August 7. Germans enter Liege- Fere-Russians defeated in three I'"
I S. OraneAven if
Jan. 8. United States naval forceof French invade southern Alsace. days battle near Tannenberg. ,
t "Your Nyal's Face Cream Soap is perfect. Vera Cruz strengthened.Jan. August 8. Italy reaffirms neutral- August :30.; Germans occupy 1
- It is one of the few soaps which I can use 9. Villa captures Ojinaga.Jan. ity-French occupy Mueuhausen. Amiens. I ABOVE PEOPLES BANK PHOr".
! = ** and think yours the equal of any of the;m- i 14. Mexican rebels take Tor- August 10. France proclaims a ,

ported and IJ cakes which I have tried. 1 reon. state of war with Austria. ff;

: Jan. :30.; S. Monroe rammed and August 13. England declares war
, Yes-it's all too true. Nyal's Face Cream Soap I sunk by S. S. Nantucket off Chesa- on Austria. Th.e' :bv1arletOF

' is vastly superior to all other soaps. It cleanses peake bay; 43 drown. August 13. President Carbajal

: and purifies the skin keeping it clear rosy, f Feb. 4. Castillo, :Mexican bandit leaves Mexico City. CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY
: velvety and elastic. wrecks passenger train in burning August 15. Austrians enter Ser- OPPOSITE POST OFFIGE
: tunnel near Madera; 17 Americansand via-Japan sends ultimatum to Ger-
w It is fragrant and subtly sweet. No-it will not 59 Mexicans perish. many. FRESH AM) SALT MEATS:

smart the most tender skin. RC:1l1y-it"the pride Feb. 10. Earthquake through New August 17. British expeditionaryforce Kept under the best sanitary condltlofUi.i .
of don't it? York state. i Everything screened away from the flies and kepi fresh
f particular people-why you use _' completes its landing in France
Feb. 11. Lieut. Arthur B. Cook, U. i and
pure.
-Belgian capital removed from Brussels
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: Of course you value a beautiful, healthy skin S. N., wounded by bullet in Vera -Beginning of a five days battlein i We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We lua.v.I .
then-use Nyal's Face Cream Soap. It is the _# Cruz street. Lorraine, ending in repulse of the everything in he Meat !,in*.
acme of the soap-maker's art because it gives a t'-tJi Feb. 17. Villa kills W. S. Benton, French across frontier with heavy I

i soft bubbly lather and is fragrant, as the flowers. i flIt Scotch rancher. loss-Beginnig of five days battle be- M. Self: Co.
I
March 12. Geo. inventor
Westinghouse -
tween Servians and Austrians the
costs twenty-five cents the cake and well on i PHONE NO. 80 PINE STREET ,t
of the air brake, dies. Jadar, ending in Austrian rout. i
worth it. Nya 's Face Cream Soap will improve I,. March 16. Gaston Calmette, ed- August 20. Germans enter Brusi __< '
your complexion. Come to our store-get a = itor of the Figaro, shot dead by Mme. i i I
I cake today. This is the one soap you've been =I Caillaux, wife of French minister of I I
!look!"* fr rESTES. } finance. I
March 20. Crisis in Ireland. Many

PHARMACY British officers resign. I TEN REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD
March 23. War Minister Seely of
Britain resigns.
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April 1. House of representatives COOK WITH GAS
,, repeals the Panama canal tolls bill.

THE CHASE & CO April 2. 170 killed when storm
( I overtakes Newfoundland sealers on
the ice.
I
PACKING HOUSE A ORLANDOIs I April 2. Twelve federal reserve
bank districts announced. 6. Speed '
Convenience
1.
modern fully equipped with the best up-to- April 5. Secretary Daniels bars I I
date machinery and gives the citrus the
,
grower strong drink from U. S. navy. I 7. Efficiency
2. Comfort (
PROPER PACKhNG April 10. Five men of U. S. navy t
f y FIRST AID riO under the Stars and Stripes are 8. Safety
f. HIGHEST PRICES "locked up by Huerta agents in Tam- 3. Cleanliness J

i': which however, would not accomplish the end desiredby pico. 4. 9. Perfect Regulation
the grower, if he did not also have available the services I April 14. Four gunmen murderersof Simplicity
t of Herman Rosenthal are executed. of Heat .

THE CHASE & CO entire April Atlanic 14. President fleet to Wilson Vera Cruz orders to 5. Accessibility 10. Economy

force an apology for the Tamp co insult -
SALES AND DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM to the American flag.

which, with selling forces thoroughly organized xpe- April 18. President Wilson sends
rienced competent and reliable. ultimatum to Huerta. 9. PERFECT REGULATION OF HEAT

GIVES THE GROWER April 19. Huerta refused to saluteU.
HIGHEST AVERAGE NET RESULTS S. flag. With Gas the heat be
a Range can regulated to any desired -

f CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED permission April 20. to President use armed asks forces congress's of the degree by simply turning the valve on or off. This is time bothin

GROWERS' MARKETING AGENTSCHASE United States against Huerta. House the oven or with the "top burners"and means nct only thata
assents senate debates.
t I & COMPANY April; 21-22. Admiral Fletcher's vast amount of labor and annoyance is saved but also that i

, Main Office, Jacksonville, Florida marines seize Vera Cruz; 17 Ameri- your cooking is always sure to be "just right"and better than if
9-30-d&w A. R. BOGUE, Agent, Orlando, Fla. cans and about 250 Mexicans killed. 'j'
cooked on an uncertain wood or oil stove. ,/J;
April 22. Carranza says Vera

Cruz seizure is unjustified. Just try it out and see what difference it makes.
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. . . . .I. . .III.II.I..III'IIIIIIII..1REAL April 25. A. B. C. powers offer I rl
mediation to U. S. and Huerta. l
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\ April 26. Huerta accepts media- .

ESTATEWe tion. i
April 29. Industrial war in Colo-,'

)$ and rado children mines. die About in all.75 men, women ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO. ,,: ::

April :30. Admiral Fletcher turns

Vera Cruz over to Gen. Funston.
bud d sell all classes and kinds of Real Estate. May 8. Several hundred die in GAS DEPARTMENT :jTlie j

earthquake near Mt. Aetna Sicily.
If you want to buy or sell the earth it will pay you to call May 11. Half million pay tributeto r' 1r. '
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Vera Cruz dead in New York.
and talk wishes with us.
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May 18. First commercial cargo -j t
The manager of this firm has had years of exper- goes through Panama canal. .
May 22. Charles Becker for sec- 1 1rp
ience dealing in Florida investments, having sold over a ond time found guilty of murder of Etate&iiivegtiiieut !
Herman Rosenthal. FIoria a Real E c co
million dollars worth of Florida Real Estate in the last May 27. Herman B. Duryea's Dar- .

bar II. wins the Derby.
two years.
May 28. 1,032 drowned when the

We are well posted on the value of all classes and Empress of Ireland, hit by the Stor- Capital $50,000. Fully Paid Uffy
stad sinks near Rimonski, St. Law-
kinds of Florida We want listed with all
property. us rence river.
Incorporated In Florida; Therefore Under State Control
June 11. Senate has to repeal Jan- =
bargains in Real Estate, and we want customers for Real {
ama canal tolls bill; 50 to 35.
Estate June 25. H. B. Claflin Co. and allied -
Bargains.
concerns throughout the United
: States fail.

June 25. Salem, Mass., laid waste
by fire; 20,000 homeless. 11/E extend a cordially invitation to investors and

I WARING REAL ESTATE COMPANY win June Carman 30.shot Mrs.at in Freeport the Louise office,Bailey L.of I.Dr.mysteriously Ed-; W Property-Holders to call at our office, to learn


July 15. Gen. Huerta resigns as the most progressive and conservative methods.To .
R. WARING president of Mexico
Manager to Francisco Car-
1 bajal. protect your interests this Company aside ot hei i
Rooms and 6 Wat kins Block Phone No. 631 June 28. Archduke Francis Ferdi-
11.15tfDon't nand assassinated. financial strength, give Bank Guarantee whenever our :

.11..I..lr-.I..r.f. tl..8."II..r..I- : July City 16.for Gen.Europe.Huerta leaves Mexico clients demand it. Enquiries by mail promptly an

July 23. Austria sends an ultima-
tum to Servia. swered.
wait for every one In town to
have Entrican. the painter before PHONE 646 July 27. Sir Edward Grey pro-
you try. Am too Dusy to look you AUTO FOR HIRE poses an international conference. HENRY BENEDICT, President .
up. Phone 636, and I will be on the July 28. Austria and Germany de- .J..
1-20-tl FIRST CLASS REPAIRIXG-
job. cline Sir Edward Grey's proposal.....
Hand's931tf BARNARD & SON Austria declares war on Servia. Office over Peoples National Bank Phone 570 I ;
Wood $1.50 a strand
up. 17 Hughey Street Orlando, Fla July 31. The Kaiser demands that
Coal Yard, phone 566. 12-10-1m Russia suspend mobilization within

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-7 = REVIEW! OF THE YEAR 1914 I Nov. 9. Carranza flees from :Mex-

peautiful14C 4 ico City. MEXICO'S

(Continued from page 2) Nov. 11. Germans capture Dix- fi

Sept. 3. Russians occupy Lemberg. mude German submarine sinks Brit-
!
Dec.
Washington,
{ CHEAP{ SelL 5. Battle begins south of the ish gunboat Niger off Deal. plight to day is more

; Marne and east of Paris in which the Nov. 12. Russians occupy Johan- has been in the

AJMri German right wing is pushed back, nisburg in East Prussia-Russians Madero, or Huerta.

!!! followed br a general retreat. defeated at Vlotslavek.Nov. the prey to a thousand

i; :-of: mile outside Sept. 7. 'Maubeuge taken by the 13. Fighting renewed at subject to the loot of i

Germans. Nieuport.Nov. regular troops,

jHPity limits. 11 acres Sept. 10. The Kaiser protests to 15. Russians defeated at Lip- chiefs having the

President Wison, against use of dum- section; of the country,
bearingovebeautiful no and Kutno-Battle in Flanders attains -
> good dum bullets ,nd civilian: excesses by climax with charge of the Prus- men and women among Mail Sack "
the allies. millions can see no ray
sian Guard against Ypres. ,
12. (Carman no Diaz or Juarez
retreat halts
Sept.
on November 16. The Sheik-ul-Islam, store order with a strong complete in two parts
Five the Aisne.
L 'fake frontage. at Constantinople, proclaims a holy patches from the agents
Sept. 16. Bt-ian commission pro- war against the allies-British house

room cottage, hard- tests to Preslent Wilson against of commons votes a war loan of 225- States government to
here not
are pleasant
German "atrocit ,"
000,000 pounds.
Pl\I oad. friends Mexico.. BROOKE
,, ; Sept. 17. AUI ian armies effect Nov. 17. Berlin announces Aus- If there is one man

k >? junction and hold\\ine of San river trian victory over Servians at Val- Americans interested in 1

/ $6,500Colonial against Russians. jevo.Nov. hope it is Antonio

Sept. 20. Germansbombard Rheims 18. French capture Tracy-le- Villareal is quiet and !

and injure the famqs cathedral. Val-Naval battle in Black sea, in in manner, and this

Sept. 22. German\uibmaiine sinks which Turks and Russians both claim Mexico than it would in
:# Hills Attractiveness
British cruisers Abouir, Cressy, and victory. States. He is )'- drama

U is Attracting Attention. "Hogue in the North sea-Russians Nov. 19. House of commons votesa well educated and

Jaroslov and best lish, having been nl "
capture Przemysl. new army of 1,000,000 men-More a

Sept. 25. Germans forced back than 1,100,000 men already under Carranza and Villa

from Ossowiecz in Rusa. arms, exclusive of territorialsGermans real and he is the only I

:> CARlOANN Sept. 26. British toot from India pierce Russian center south of like.As
land at Marseilles. Lodz. to Villa, he has long
familiar in ability and
Sept. 28. Germans bejn siege of Nov. 23. Russians surround two
Americans. lie is a
Antwerp-Russian aptroi penetrate German corps south of Lodz.
Carpathian passes into Higary. Nov. 26. British battleship Bul- genius, but no civil "

CO.ertNEIL a. McDUFFEE Sept. 29. Germans defer fierce I wark destroyed by explosion in the knows Before it.the present n Be1ectives l

-- attacks around Noyon-Frich press the Medway river-Germans break
: ian Contractor and Builder forward from Toul and VelUn. I through Russian circle near Lodz. Gutierrez was a ,
-- by the big Mazipul
tea Sept. ; German warsfjs bombard r\ov. 26. American army evacuates
Bungalou's u Specialty at Zacatecas. Gutierrez
{l-M Japanese position bef-e Kiau Vera Cruz.
self a power in the
-rArcide Building. Orlando Chau. Nov. 29. Russians fail in assault
Oct. 1. Heavy fighting nee Arras on Darkehmen in East Prussia. party rather by )'
depa: than by actual hard fi
\ in BEST SELECT OYSTERS, 30c. Quart begins. Nov. 30. Artillery fighting renewed rez's specialty of I I E.-\ R
Oct. 2. End of week's btle at along the Yser.

"t: hc Waldecker Fish Co Augustowo in which the Germs are Dec. 1. German reichstag votes a the bridges title and of railroads"The "
defeated and forced out of Issian new credit of five billion marks-
ional FOR FISH AND OYSTERS territory.Oct. never displaced any
Russians occupy Plotsk on the Vis-

able TI Phone o.i.: 206 Boone Street I 3-5. Russians occupy to\s in tula-King George visits the army in ability as Villa. But combination in the State.
popular with the Mexican
Hungary.Oct. Flanders-French capture Chateau of
anot p. M. and W. O. COX 5. German attacks on .as- Vermelles.' must be remembered.

to X 10-23-tf signy repulsed-Belgian govern nt Dec. 2. Austrians take Belgradeby Carranza has +

ownS = removed from Antwerp to Ostenc. storm-Germany claims 80,000 head of a band of looters. lOc

Oct. 7. Bombardment of Ant p Russian prisoners since November 11 accompanying his
U ico City, it is learned,
begins-British submarine sinks G. -Genfl De Wet captured.Dec. .
t tt man destro'er--Japanese sieze Ca.. 3. London war office an- ful. The national
a PURE QUILL robbed of all except \
lina Islands. .
nounces landing of Australians andNew
Oct. 8. Zeppelins bombard Ar Zealanders in Egypt-Italian pesos, which must have KY Presents
looked.
Every ounce of
werp. premier finds no reasons for a change
Oct. 9. Antwerp occupied by ul o f' policy-Servians turn on Austrians ver in the mint was In
t there went printing
Germans. i in i three days battle which ends in a
The :Montclair Jams, Jellies and the entire stock of
French win
r Oct. 10. cavalry en (table Servian victory.Dec. "

Fruit and Preserves contain gagement around Hazebrouck.Oct. 6. Germans occupy Lodz. paper in the government l2241mo"I Rancho,

S t: no coloring matter or 11. German advance in Poland Dec. 7. French attack to the north fices. The public offices
approaches the Vistula and Nancy repulsed.Dec. of fittings, inkstands,

adult "ration.Set. threatens Warsaw-Austrian counter- 8. The German squadron un- furniture, rugs, carpets,
offensive in Galicia. Even the huge
our large display. Read Admiral Von Spee is at-
Oct. 12. A Boer commander in the ked in the South Atlantic off theFtland the: national palace was I
borne off. It is estimated t
Cape province mutinies and martial Islands by a British fleet
)
law is declared throughout the South Jrr Admiral Sturdee, and the cruiClScharnhorst mobiles valued at three
African Union. at least were taken out of I RELIABLE

i 1 5 and IDc Counters Oct. 13. Belgian government trans anNTurnberg are, Gneisenau sunk-British, Leipzig ocBussorah -, The now ridiculous I

ferred from Ostend to Havre. cUP in Asia Minor. up at Vera Cruz. His

Oct. 14. Allies occupy Ypres-Bat- D 9. Gen. Beyers, Boer leader lessly lost. Among his
We have not stated a 5 and tle begins on the Vistula. kil1ct the Vaal rivene0. i !eaders. however. General

lOc grocery, butve have Oct. 15. Ostend occupied by the Unofficial reports speak regon looms large. He is WIENEOTA Prop.
ly a strong man. He has
Germans.Oct. of (
a
which submarine
counters upon goods man attack on Do-
eral Lucio Blanco in
line
16. British cruiser Hawke
|ol t this value are displayed. ver. and Hauling
sunk by German submarine.Oct. Dec.I. Russians claim to have and saw that the retreat
Look them
over. ico City was not an entire
17. Japanese cruiser Takachino beaten Fk three German attacks on
i' a. sunk by torpedo in Kiau Chau bay. Warsaw ever, Obregon is a

.l, Oct. 18. Belgian army effects junc- Dece",. 12. Berlin announces the rest. GOOD SERVICE "

ture with allied left, battle on from Russian >st \..
150,000 men at Lodz- 1I
JdJ)J\ CARUTHiRS & GORE Channel coast to Lille. French s? left bank of the Y ser is I TO SPEND ONE ) I

Oct. 20. English gunboats partici- free of 'mans. Colonel Goethals LARS IMPROVING I

) pate in battle at Nieuport on Belgian: asks two istroyers to the YORK { AND TRUCK
: protect
Vsw) Modern Groceru coast. neutrality the canal zone. ---

October 24. Ten days battle before December
.
m French bombard the I New York, Dec. 29.- Eight or Ten Solicited
Warsaw ends in German defeat. Metz forts." I

Phone 200 Oct. 26. After a week of furious Dec., 14. tlc Cathedral of St. John
e Servians, having cutn FOR SALE
3 fighting German assaults on allied Austrian y to peceSf; reoccupy it was announced today, I
line from Nieuport to Ypres slacken. Belgrade. contracts for
6'and East Pine St.
1 8 Oct. 27. South African sedition December 1 British announce the designs for the building] Orlando, Florida

spreads. Gen. De Wet in revolt submarine B-iove under five rows c.1 the cathedral. The I

Russians pursue retreating Germans of mines and ,lk the Turkish bat- was said, will be more
1t t and reoccupy Lodz and Radom. tleship Messud4 GOO. -
:ORLANDO
Oct. 28. Berlin admits retreat December %hree thousand U. The nave of the i

yet from Warsaw and IvangorodGerman S. troops orderto\ Mexican borderat 170 feet hid mad about
cruiser Emden enters harbor of Naco
wheHfanderins bullets rrc constructed of \ FOR SUPPER
1I.M8ING Co1 Ponang and torpedoes Russian crui- killed and wounififtytwo persons

ts ser and French destroyer.Oct. on the American vGeneral attack Eat all you wan the Delicatessen Man do it.
29. Turkey begins war on by the allies in F) and Eat what you want. Something New !
ers France.
Russia by naval attacks on Odessa, December 16. Take a postscript and Ask About it.
J
WEST PINE STREET 4n British crui- For sale by all the table. For one, for two, for
N Novorossysk, and Theodosia, in the sers shell Hartlq, Scarboroughand more

1-IONE! 122 Crimea. Whitby, in Enid; at ,least 31 things to eat on hand
Oct. 30. Col. Maritz, rebel leaderin killed and 100WILL wou,. TEN ACRES overlooking CHEESE OLIVES
Cape provinces beaten and driven all cleared; fine land; SALAD

\\ Plumbing at Low- out of the colony. )IAKEIJlIB1T 708.site. 2000. H. C. J. E. NICHOLSON'SBakery

Nov. 1. A squadron of five Ger- -\

est PricesWe man cruisers, including the Gneisenauand J. W. Osteen of th>m of N. ? WOOD FOR I

Scharnhorst, defeated a British Fogg & Co., of Alta -
are not in the combine. e Sprinir
squadron off Coronel, on the coast of was in the city yVday. I have bought the
SLAUTER'S latest inventions used He
f on the W. P. Smith mill
Chile- Turks bombard .
Sebastopol.Nov. brought in a box of rL
all first-class pecans for the county home. This is
3. German squadron makes a the editor's Christmas\sent and and some lumber in it.
Florida
Conslrucion: raid on British coast near Yarmouth.Nov. it is certainly appreciat The 50 cents per 2 horse load, I
umbing Oak "
3. Republican landslide in Knoll Farm is Make all payments to L. L.
one of th
United States elections. i of Seminole as\w places] near the yard.Seasoned .two Properties in Winter Park
county, demonstrates pine and oak
Nov. 4. German cruiser Yorck what a can can* at $1 and $1.25 strand,
per
teal Estate Bought in this of land and a fine Grove of 800
strikes mine in Jade
bay and sinks- county in the way of gro fruits, way. A. S. and Tangerine Trees. Within two
Heavy fighting around Ypres. vegetaUes, good live sto l1d, 1? 46twklr3tcUp : Depot and Post Office. In addi-
I and Sold. November 5. England and France cans. Mr. Osteen is on th pe- will make a yearly return on
r committee r.. date painting,
/
Declare according to and
war on Turkey-Dardanelles and will make per cent crop
-- forts bombarded-Russians an bit at is the kind YOU want. ; also
reoccupy the great Seminole
f Building Lots, $100; $1.00 cash Jaroslav. In Februa '.Sanford county here !it? That's easy, phone : Park 12-room New Modern
Hera Lake front, 20 acres of
f Entrican.
and $1.00 per week buys a Lot Nov. 6. Tsingtau surrenders to the and Grapefruit trees, irrigated

RENTS COLLECTED. Japanese.Nov. WERE INCINERATE located, close to the new
7. German light cruiser Get the news in the a property good enough for
Dtaf1 Work Promptly and Neatly to make an immediate sale, $16-
Geier internes in _
Done.HATCHER. Honolulu-Austrians Winter Haven
'-I" Fla., Dec. 29\ir\ days.
report advance in Servia-Russians ry Alvey, his wife and thret ) me for a date and I will send

p reach Pieschen'in Silesia and girls were incinerated in their' g I DR. S. S. JONES, to show you these properties.
l-
enter East Prussia. some home : graduate Davenport
mile
a and a half elf EE7 PAL
Nov. 10. The Emden defeated and this : 18 Yowell-Duckworth
'TTV.'RIDA place
44 forced ashore at North yesterday morning, sI-t I 1209. Intelligent people ;
P Keeling after 3 o'clock, when their resife are being restored to PARK, FLORIDA
Island, in Bay of Bengal, by Austra- on the banks of Lake ElbertS I I practic adjustments, the I one of Florida's Prettiest places.:
lian cruiser I I the of
Sydney.
removing cause
m amination free.
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THE DAILY TODAY ONLY LETTERS TO TilE SENTINEL
is a Bargain and
Only today remains for you to
South Florida SentinelMORNING Editor Morning Sentinel:
draft those New Year resolutions.
We wish to enter a protest againstthe
AND WEEKLY What shall they be? Let us presume despicable auto speed trap that Should be Snappedup

W.W. C.M. ESSINGTON GLENN ........' .. ._E_+.ine.........Manager.Editor that Orlando will write first, in large, Orlando has established on North

1 bold letters, the words, "Greater Orange avenue. Yesterday evening
by Speculators. -
Entered at the pohtoffice at Orlando. Flor- while returning from an almost daily
UM. aa Second Claa Mail Matter. Progress for Orlando and Orange shopping trip into Orlando, and while

i SUBSCRIPTION RATES County this year than ever before; running at about 20 miles per hour,

Daily. 1 Year ........................ $5.00 less cases in police court; more building with no one near us on the road, we .
Daily. 6 Months ... ... .... 2.50
Daily. 3 Month .. ,".+...n.........+....: L2i. operations; more industries; more were without any previous warningheld .
Daily. 1 Month ............... ... .,.. .SWeekly.
1 Year .......... .. .......,. 1.00 thrift, enterprise and development; disgorge $10.50. Others of Alta- .
::: better social relations; clean political monte Springs received the same
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN treatment and we are all incensed at
methods and everything else that is
ADVANCETO ; the We have good Forty-five acres in the Lake .
outrage. spent a
ADVERTISERS elevating, noble and inspiring." That deal of cash in Orlando during the
:
I should cover everything, but if you past dozen years, and others from Conway District where like : NEVYE[}
Copy for dUplay and all ether hand-set think of anything else tack it on and Altamonte Springs have also. If the aWhile
advertising m.at be handea in at the business is from $
selling 100
merchants of Orlando wish retainour property
to
.
*Sce *f the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m swear to it all. Then Orlando will
the day before publication. This rule applies trade we mustTbe accorded more
.. chance for contract advertising: it .. be a leader in Florida, and the South- courteous treatment. to $125 per acre This tractis
t.T riaM. and will be strictly adhered t. land.

Subscrioen: should notify the office in writing on
the date of expiration otherwise it will be HOBSON I Altamonte Springs, Fla., Is heavily timbered,
continued at the regular subscription rates, Dec. 30, 1914.
of the have been I
until notice to stop is reerived.Telephone ; Many newspapers I
Numb r .... .................. 24 making sport of Hobson ever since SPECIAL INVITATION TO ALL and is very rich soil. Owneris ..

THURSDAY. DECEMBER the alleged "kissing episode." But a nonresident and has in I
To visit Yowell-Duckworth Company's -
31,1914'1 when a man can steer through con-
where an expert corsetier will
.
rt structed us to sell this
bill for nation wide prohibition prop
a
Orlando needs a, motor gress give practical demonstrations of the

because a fire may break out in two and secure the votes of over most up to date models of the famous erty at only sixty dollars per ,! .

parts of the city at the same time half of the members for it, to use a La Victoire Corsets. ,

slang expression, "he's no slouch"And acre. our ph, .
and horse drawn trucks can not reach FOR SPEEDING

both places within a short space of we can imagine the brewers and Earl Vick, A. H. Fuller and E. nas business .
that Hob- ; .t
liquor men are mighty glad
time. Bates were fined $10 and costs yes-
son's term of office expires next year. socks some "
terday in police court for speeding.Mr. .
The truth gives pride -W: S. B.
jolt.
many a Cooper Atha ;n assortmen : :
--0---- a :: Robert L. James, traveling pas-
However, a man may not be mar- SIDELIGHTSBy senger agent for the Seaboard Air 1 hake an ex: :
riedand still have his troubles. ( W. M. Branch) Line, was among the transportationmen 114 South Orange Are., Ground Floes
o i spending yesterday in Orlando. and at much

The average boarding house chicken AffinityA I While her he was a guest at the San Phone No. 311
is a great help to the dentist. Times-Union! headline says, "Van 1 Juan. before. i!
o C. Swearengen Is Banking on Get-
Ing Big Silent Vote." His honor
a ;
People seldom try to sit down on We ennumeri _' .
has not been noted for John Linding I i-
the who stands for his
man rights.
up 'o any great excess during his admin-< : considerable : -
o : .
istration, but possibly his constituency -iI
Some men consider themselves is made up of that class of indi- have been
lucky because they owe more than viduals and they are drawn together I| I m
they can pay.PresHent by what some one has called "the
o mysterious affinity of opposites." j

Poincare probably thinks --0-- I I
that the lead that wears a crown lies Dinosaurs j !
no uneaeier than the head that wear Prof. Brown, of the American Mu-\ I

a plug hat.Anolhr. seum of Natural History, has been LAKE EOLA r" _. ...
o up up Alberta, Canada, hunting dino- -'-' ;- := :w-::: .::
horror of war is the fate saurs and returns with five new spec- 1 ,
of the Russian who deserted his colors imens. The dinosaur family is quite I i i .
large one and the members of it 1y : .
came to America and fell down a ;' I :
coal chute in Pittsburg, fatally.By brought back by the professor all' I !
have simple names that are easily j
o
the time Belgium is spelled and more easily pronounced, |! Here is an unusual offering, one that I can unhesi- I i
gets $96- as follows: Ornithomomus, Tyrranousaurrs : '
oo0i oo paid to Germany a man will Toilet and)! d" J. .
Monoclonius
Triceratops,
t be able recommend GREAT BARGAIN. The lot is
to start a riot in that little and These animals ; tatingly as a
Ankylosaurus. ex- j I
[ kingdom by merely speaking of cul- isted according to the scientists, j !
.ture. 90x200 the house contains seven rooms and bath.
about three million years ago, and a and
r 0- --- Florida cracker would say "that's a Fancy Lin) ".
I "VJ cliDwld: like to see the append1citis right smart long time since." Yes, as Servants room on premises. Orange and grapefruit and
statistic( from Europe since the we reckon time it was long before

war broke out. Very likely people Adam began to blame things on to peach trees, shruberry and flowers and ornamental
over'there are too busy to indulge in Eve, and somewhat previous to the Children'sMen's R.Li
luxuries. date when Paul stood on Mars Hill I "i .
Owner will sell furnished or unfurnished. The .
plants.
r i' o nd told the Athenians they were too I

Girls in Pittsburg to be superstitious for their own good. In ,
are taughta fact, it was even before Sarah Bern- location is No. 215 E. Robinson avenue, on north shore of .
"safety first" attitude in dancing BatMen's :'b
I
hardt made her first appearance on I ( ::
to prevent familiarity by their part- the stage. Lake Eola, and overlooking Eola Park. Listed exclu-
ners. Is rag-time dancing to be fur- We nearly neglected to ment n\

ther that the dinosaurs were dead whei. The will astonish it too low,
complicated by jiu-jitsu pos- sively with me. price you,
them of the sandin
Prof. Brown dug out Co!
t dUon
tures?-New York World. the Red Deer river country. He a
t but owneris determined to sell. Cash or terms. '
k 0 probably ascertained their age by (Tie. ,
MUSICIANAt counting the rings on their horns.P. ,
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a school entertainmentup
country /1
O. Boxes
,; in Oklahoma, a quartet of untrained Tampa is to have 130 new yost- / Fancy Ha"cl:! : i If--: !
voices sang "My Old Kentucky office boxes. Orlando needs 200 new

Home. After the singing had boxes to accommodate present needs, ,,'
but according to postoffice rules we |
I ceased the leader noticed a gentleman S. Y. WAY i
have the full quota allowed to offices .
in the audience who was weeping. of this class, consequently three or | Parasols a : :. frq : ,

Supposing the stranger's heart had four hundred people are compelled to j
stand in line for half hour each 0 I
a day
r been touched
by the plaintive old air
in order to be served at the general Insurance and Real Estate Agent
6 the leader approached him and asked delivery. Boxed Ho -

r if he was a Kentuckian. "No," replied I
FOR RENT-Furnished for
light
the stranger, "I am a musician."
housekeeping, suite of large, sunny PHONE 172
t I
-W. S. B.
rooms. Also two pleasant bed rooms. ; f :
i 0 Electric lights, bath, hot and cold I I Fancy Era ", '" :.t--V ;- i
RESOLUTIONSThat water; private family; close in. 312

the straight and narrow path North Main street. 12316tcMr. TowelsVacumn
is the easiest after all.
That patience brings her perfect W. F. Malcolm, representative ,
f work. of the Remington Typewriter company i I

r Never to woo the god of praise; do with headquarters in Jacksonville .
nothing for vainglory. was among the visitors to Or- -: .. ti. ( _
Make every cent count and count lando yesterday in the interest of his : J s

every cent.That ;_ u.'_ copany. II -I
It is wiser to count your own I';; __ r
blessings than the other fellow's.To I. I
see the brightness of present
blessings before they take their flight. f

hence That the happiness folly of dwells seeking within it else-us, I -.--:. :. :=- ,- .-. .
where. La Vallieres and Bracelet Watches I IBig

That peaceful solitude brings more
satisfaction than doubtful.To .
give your head to the custodyof
your heart.

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AMUSEMENTThe -dainty enough for a ft'
,
Tampa Times in a recent editorial -

laments to a certain extent the What girl can resist the charm of a dainty La Valliere bitable Reeiticikin ,4:--

ban placed on pugilism, horse racing

and Sunday baseball in Florida, and lac work of gold or platinum, set with precious or semi/ecious ,

advocates that the tourists who the.sr
come adv.t
n".o
to this sunny state should be stones! The designs this year are so unusually lovely, sfe _

"amused. As a means of "amusing"the f J- ....
and fine, we are sure they must have been inspired by t- ; .
tourists the Times "But :
says; as- ,
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suredly encouragement should be giv-
to tennis automobile and Especially too Bracelet Watches. A *as';: f ,
en golf, motorcycle charming, are our more ,
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baseball "
racing, training could not be chosen, or one that combines so much beauty with/3011;/ i j i -
camps, yachting and the like. In / :

Orlando the tourists are permitted to 2
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"amuse" themselves by partaking of Come in and look them over-whether you intend to f 1! i
the hospitality of the Tourists Head-
quarters, of playing croquet and chase or not. We know it will be a treat to you toe i. ; I iI

roaming around the country as they these exquisite pieces jewelry .
/ .,..,... ,
,
like. And they all seem to have a -- -- -- -
I good time, and are only too willing to ; -5- pw'

come back to the fold when the cold OPEN EVENINGS / 'J'I
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them on the back and not squeeze -

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ment, and not accord them "third de : -:
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dents of Florida since the year one, l f p l

c: and do not discriminate between them Orlando Florid! I I.v

and the home folks. If these sugges- Orange Avenue
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Victor. "The Tale of the Lonesome ,
Dog." Comedy-drama, featuring an Xmas
I :e. An excellent society drama wherein a heroic collie. ;i iRex. Merry
Bob Leonard and Ella Hall j
f "' man regains his natural rights. in "The Hedge Between." ','
Sterling. Comedy-drama, "A Close'
Call." I
Crystal Pearl White and Chester
Bennett in "True Chivalry." I
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er plot with a slender thread cf humor and ironical
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Mrs. W. P. Watson and Mr. B.1.. I
Robinson. kept on hand. I
II IIs Kossmore Inn
Opening
,. ., .'. _., 1. nrtrty I I The Rossmore Inn at Windermere -- ALLEN &CO.
: which was opened with a dance and- Lubricating Oil and Greases to suit
I reception Tuesday night, is one of the
all cars. Give make of car when you
; a Eliza Wright prettiest small hotels in this section. 1
order. ]
:.. : I''(residence telephone No. 2$4 The building is new and modern ;
... -.. throughout with electric lights and
'all modern conveniences. The fur-
Lf eral of the young people with an informal I nishings are fine enough to suit the
party for her sister-in-law, l I most fastidious.The GULf REFINING C0n !
\i, :Miss Miller Yearby, who is here for hotel is on top of the hill overlooking .
the holidays from a school in St. j beautiful Lake Butler. Num- II 6. .cJ]
P. G. WALTON, .
Agent | -, .0):1.
Augustine. Those present were Misses erous motor boats and canoes give -
Anne Taylor, Helen Lockhart Ju-I I the guests a splendid opportunity to Office Phone 430.; I I:
...' '. 1 lia Bunch, Dorothy Chalfant, enjoy the pleasures of boating and
Yelvington, Frances and Henrietta fishing, while with the recent mild Residence Phone 269. ,i IHillMIIIIMeBIMOiUMMMMMiCIMCIOMMIIItttMW.
Rock, and Win. Lewter, Haize Woods, weather < > "
i swimming and bathing are ,io Coleman W. R. Rhan
J. B. Willis, John Milton Hughey, I I daily: recreations.A 4
Wm. Albright, Howard Cook, Fred large number of Orlando people I THERE'S A REASON FOR
Fry, Frank Merck, Olean Woods I I attended the opening dance. A good VENEER CORES !
L ," Itt Fred Burke, and Foye Hammond. orchestra furnished music. Delicious I j
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Informal Tea refreshments were served. r cINTSold
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< ;" Miss Ruth Isaacson was hostess for $1.25 I -

an informal tea on Tuesday after Mr. George Merkle, one of the at .raining- in popularity every day.QUALITYTHAT'S .
noon in honor of her guest, Miss I I large timber owners of South Florida, Per Strand Up I
\ Irene Thorn, a student in Rollins College arrived yesterday from Milwaukee,
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d i who is visiting her during the Wis., and will spend the next several FIRE-PLACE CHUNKS AND I : IT
holidays. The "college girls" were I'' days in this section looking after his OAK WOOD I We also handle a full line of Painters' A Paper
the invited guests, including Misses j extensive interests on the St. Johns Hangers Supplies. 2OOORoll_ Wall Pape
Thorn, Dorothy Johnson, Helen War- !I river. When Mr. Merkle left his homein Orlando Wood Yard .
to cost
1 3. low, Ida Bell Edwards, Pauline Nuch- j' the far Northwest the thermometer I go price.
olls, Ruth and Mary McCullough, 1 I registered fourteen degrees below B. W. Kingsley, Proprietor 'p
their guest Miss Mary Clarke of I zero, and he was more than glad to PINE STREET AND R. R. I ORLANDO PAINT AND WAIL PAPER CO
Tampa, Miss Gayle Davis, Sara Yan-j i i reach the Southland in order to get Telephone 344 :] .
Ft cey, Lorena Walker, Ella and Dorothy -'; rid of some of his arctic clothing.Mr. 9-30 I The Sign oHhe Sun Phone 261 205 So. Orange Ave

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Ie Event i i I daughter, Miss Helen, and son, Ar- ,..
On Tuesday evening, January 19, nold, were among the many that ar- '
Iee l the annual ball of the Annie Coleman i I rived yesterday afternoon on the
Chapter of the U. D. C. will be held, ', Tampa Special from Bridgeport
FRANK A.
st and the following committees have I i Conn., where they have been spending -. -CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL
p- been appointed by the president, Miss !I the summer. They have many -
Mary Robinson, to serve at the affair: I friends' in Orlando who are glad to
i.'I Refreshments-Mrs. Seth Wood- see them again at their pretty home Established 1886
ruff, chairman; Mrs. S. G. Dolive, in Summerlin Place. =
re Mrs. Robt. Howe, Mrs. W. P. Wat-|I "
.. ul son, Mrs. A. G. Branham, Mrs. J. N. i I Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Brockett, of
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r\ : lY McElroy, Mrs. B. M. Robinson. Waterbury, Conn., who spent several
he I I Soliciting--Mrs. Chas. Campbell '' days: in this section viewing the landscape CURTIS & 09NEAL
th chairman; Mrs. A. R. Bogue, Mrs. D.I) from far and near, left yesterday -
C. Thompson, Mrs. M. O. Overstreet, | for points in the southern part of
irl I Mrs. Philip Slemons.DecoratingMrs. I I the state. They expect to return in
he George R. Newell I time for the greatest event in the history -
heed I chairman; Mrs. F. D. Carr, Mrs. of Central Florida-the Fair. INSURANCE LOANS
I Louis Dolive, Misses Fanny Robinson, I
ida I Rosina Jacocks, Alma DeLaney, and I Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Turner were
Jean Person. I, numbered among the returning prominent REAL
ESTATE RENTALS
Ich TicketslissIargaret Hart, "I winter residents rturning yes- ci
ie" I chairman; Misses Mary Howard, and terday for the season. They spend f t
:he Willie Person. l I their summers in Bridgeport, Conn.,I
iss Dressing Room and Lights-Mrs. I and their winters at 213 Ridgewood
ful Edna Fuller' chairman; Mrs. E. La-i i avenue.
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ere Invitations- Mrs. B. G. Abernethy, |I Mr. J. G. Kirkland division passenger -
ink chairman; Misses Mary Branham and II agent of the Atlantic Coast Line,
icr. Rita Lawton. I' with headquarters in Tampa, was FOR Bimalo 5 Rooms Furnished, South Main
out Serving-Miss Elizabeth Branham, i among the popular transportation
ice chairman; Mrs. David Rogers, Misses I i men in Orlando "esterday.OSTEOPATHY. Street.
ite, Jean Person, Alma DeLaney, Fanny i
and Robinson, and May Sloan. I j
Renting Dishes Stoves and Lights i! Seven Room House, South Orlando.
ing -Mrs. Barnes, chairman; Mrs. Chas. i
ice Lartigue. i!I -
ure Floor-Dr. Sylvan McElroy, chair-I i DR. J. C. HOWELL
the man; Mr. James DeLaney, Mr. Louis I Osteopathic Physician and Surgeon Two New Five Room Houses, South West Orlando.
of Dolive Mr. Nevin Sloan, Dr. B. C. Kirksville Graduate
..hather Abernethy. Consultation Free
Reception-Composed of "the officers -,I Office Cheney Block, Opp. San Juan
I : Miss Mary Robinson, \Irs. A. HoteL
R. Bogue, Mrs. Edna Fuller, Miss Office Phone 716; Residence 1018 -
;ev- Mary Branham, Mrs. Seth Woodruff, Orlando, Fla. '
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I SITUATION WANTED-Experienced
iimber La-t118 axed Sl1i1.1gles
stenographer; rapid operator. X, ,
SENTINEL I care Sentinel. 12-30-3t

1 WANTED-In private family, board,
| two meals pleasant room and sur-
WANTS I, roundings, no children, good cooking, "F
not far from churches. Address B, ,
care Sentinel. 12-27-6t
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I \V'ANTED-January 1st, unfurnished 1
The Morning Sentinel Want 6 or 7 room house. D. E. Flint No.
Directory is the Greatest Want I II 8 West Pine street. 12-29-3t* ORLANDO
I Ad Medium in Orlando.
WANTED-To exchange painting les-
I Terms Cash in Advance. sons for music lessons; and a pleas--
ant, refined lady for room mate. 412

For One Day RATES______________25t; North Orange. 12-30-3t Royal Cement Agatite Plaster and Perfection Lime
For Three Days ____________;50c I V'ANTED-Young white girl, to ,
For Six Days _______________73c I serve as maid for dressmaking de
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This rate applies on all ads of nett, Yowell-Duckworth building.
we know the property 25 words or less. If the ad con- 12-27-3tc
., will bear out the name. tains more than 25 words the rate
will be one cent per word for WANTED-Wanted to buy for cash,
V each additional word, for each in-
A BEAUTIFULLY FURNISHED old horses or cows. Apply to Capt. \
sertion.If Curly Wilson, animal department,
you can't bring your ad to Johnny J. Jones Shows, Fair Grounds, H4RLLY-
Orlando home modern in II
,
.p the office telephone No. 24. Ac- Orlando, Fla. 12-25-6tc I DA l.I .
.1 every detail. Large lot, or- counts opened by telephone will be -- ----. -+r rS
( range, grapefruit, guava, payable the following day. NOTICE-I have accepted agency for
l lemon and banana trees in
Home Business- Wilson & Toomer's fertilizers in
Every -Every
" full bearing. Handsome camphor Every Man has use for a Orange county and will appreciatethe
, and Magnolia trees. Sentinel Want Ad. patronage of thtir old customers,
and hope to make new friends for this
firm. Their Ideal brands are too well 3 L
ROSES IN PROFUSIONIf known for any comment at my hands. I
FOR SALE
My experience as a grower of both '
fruit and vegetables warrants we in
you are looking for some- FOR SALE-At a bargain, a 5 room saying, as their agent I can be of /
thing extra choice let us show house, two lots, chicken house and real service to those who have grove
you' this proposition. Readyfor stable; located at 722 Center street. trouble. I am prepared to give to
occupancy. 7 minutes Owner leaving city and must make my patrons not only my own experience -
immediate sale. Call at property. but that of the firm, which cov-
walk to business center. We 12-30-2t( ers every detail of the citrus and veg-
call it one of the show placesof citrus industry. II. C. McDaniel.

Orlando and believe FOR SALE-One Hercules all steel Phone 708.EIGHTEEN.
you 1915 HARLEY-DAVIDSON Horsepower 3-Speed Sliding Gear Transmission Automatic g
will agree with us when triple power stump puller, with 200
you AND A HALF ACRESof Mechanical Oil Pump Step-Starter and 66 Refinements $275.00.
it. feet 1 inch cable; only in use short
see Moderate in price.
land Lake Gatlin sixteen in
time. Also, three thoroughbred Po- on ;
land China hogs one male and two five year old oranges and grapefruit; I
ORLANDO BUILDING & [LAND CO gilts, average weight about 150 overlooks four lakes; in perfect condition W. WHITNEY WRIGHT ,129 Orange Avenue
pounds. John S. Brown, R. F. D. No. Price $12,000. Nothing bet- Orlando. Fla.
II North Orange Avenue 1, Orlando, Florida; or 3-4 mile northof ter in Florida unless it is the prop-
1\ PHONE 608 Conway. 12-27-3t-wk-3t erty below described. !!!MMiiliiMIIIIMiMIIIMIIIMIIIIMMMIItltlMMMMMItlMltMIMIIMIIIM

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OPPOSITE SAN JUAN HOTEL TWENTY ACRES in good neighbor- .
FOR SALE-12 pairs full blooded hood; fine land; 10 acres in bearing tMMiMMHiMIMiMIMMMMMMMIMMtiMMMMMMMtMMIMMMtnillilSUBTROPICAL
FRED B. DALEC. Berkshire pigs, just the right size
trees; good lake protection; gcod
H. BRYANT to roast at Chas. Uock's farm. 24tf crop on trees Price $10,000, with I
DAVIS A GILES CounselF. fruit; or owner will keep fruit, de- '
A. PEPPERCORN. Contractor FOR SALE]-One seven passenger ducting $2,000 for same. Offered only EXPOSITION
six cylinder automobile 1 year old, for reasons beyond owners control. I
5rse class condition. Don't answer See II. C. McDaniel for particulars.Phone .
unless interested. Address Bargain, 708. ,
;care ol Sentinel. 11-14-tf MID-WINTER


f .Pill! Str reetJEWELER t.I t. hammock present FOR crop SALE-Forty land of; oranges eight in acres will grove be of;from fine the NICE! i iI 1 I I'SOMfTHING

1 750 to 1,000 boxes; 500 trees all told, OEL.8.. O. FL-
I ready for setting-10 acres in lake, I s s V asln / .. ..
: one and quarter miles from Apopka. Two Beautiful Lull! ing Lots
Price $5,000. Address W. II.. Box I
178, Orlando Fla. 9-23-tf i On South Orange Avenue,
! EXPElIT WATCH MAKER FED 9-13 1915
near Lake Lucerne splendid ,

r -- FOR RENT view of the lake, only

Expert "Watch Clock and Jew- FOR RENT-Large, pleasant fur. 2 1-2 blocks from business

elery Repairing a specialty. I nished rooms; in good location; center nice big shade trees I EDUCATIONALEmbracingAgriculture
with private family; close in. 302
carry a fine assortment of solid North Orange avenue. 12-30-6t shrubbery, &c., adjourning Horticulture Floriculture Domestic !
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lotto of the
one best
res
gold and gold filled Jewelery,
I, FOR RENT-Apartment of four very deuces in For Arts and Crafts with exhibits of Stock Hogs and Poultry
Sterling and Community Silver.L'rices nicely furnished rooms; gas, elec- city sale by I ,
I tricity and separate bath; new house; of South Florida. Polo I
very reasonable.) adults only. G04 Magnolia avenue. WALTER W. ROSE and the products Racing, Sports

\. 12-30-tfc REAL ESTATE I AreoplansLectures and Entertainments of all kinds
Rooms I & 3 Watkins
Block
TO RENT-Suite of two rooms, fur- I
CHAS. VATER nished for light housekeeping; mod- Phone 55
ern conveniences; private family; I
adults only.: Apply 512 South Lake -- --- --- -- --- ; ; -For information or premium list, address
JEWELER street. Phone 5o2. 12-29-51

1 I I i WM.' R. O'NEAL Sec'y H. H. D1CKSON Pres.
PINE ST. Opposite I'ostoffitt' FOR RENT Beautiful dwelling with LAKE SITEFour ; ,
garage; elegantly furnished; on II
I I Lake Lucerne. Jas. A. Knox. I .

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SEVEN ROOM: new stucco cottage I ---
; I Business Dircctoryl1! one block from Eola park; miles from Orlando, one -

mands fine view of city. Price $ mile from Post Office, Schoolsand
For H. McDaniel, phone 708. com-I
Churches and Packing i

BUSY MEN.\ FOR RENT-6 room house with all House. On good road just one ijiJPur ,on$ t$

Who is your patnter and decorator? modern improvements; furnished; mile from Orlando Sandfordroad. I
If you are satisfied keep the one, )ou $150 season 3 months. One cottage, .
have; if not phone W. T. Entrican for light housekeeping, $30 a month.
No. 636. 1-20-tf Room and board for couple of tour Surrounded by fine Groves; Virginia -
ists, $12 week.
per Inquire Cooper
Pine Timber. Excellent
& Atha. ;
BUYERS AND 12-13-1m
SELLERSI
Citrus Land with water protec- SPECIALSpecial

buy: sell rent, and exchange real FOR l Ight KENT housekeeping-Furnished; modern rooms improvements for- tion and beautiful lake frontage

estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla., ; good neighborhood; rates I
over 30 years. Have handled over reasonable. Also six roomed modern
20000000. Call and see me. house for rent, $20 a month. Inquire Sixty Acres at Xmas Sale of Brass Beds at [KINCAID
10-6-3m
F. A. LEWTER. 606 West Central avenue. 122iGt> I

WE HAVE NOW READY FOR DE.LI'ERY FOR RENT-Rooms, with or without $20 Per Acre'; & SNOWDEN
Irish Potatoes warrantedfree board; also rooms for light house-
from scab or other diseases. keeping; several apartments from 1
Drop me a card or.phone 70S; and let toI rooms, each at very reasonable --- i
us talk over your requirements. I prices. Inquire of F. L. Anderson,
will make it to our mutual advan- 112 West Church street. Phone 459. Think of it and see j $20.00 BED SALE PRICE $9.98Finished
tage. H. C. McDaniel. i 12-6-tf


i FOR RENT-Large, attractive room. ORLANDO REAL ESTATE CO. i
Inquire No. 8 West Washington St. in either polished brass or satine finish.
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: "DIXIE LIMITED"Between Watkins Block PHONE 504 ';
FOR RENT-seven room house;
ter, gas electric lights bath wa-I; We with all cash sales. .
; give -
barn stable chicken house; lot 100 coupons
200 feet. Apply at 735 North Orange '
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avenue. 10-31-tf II GORDON'S CARRIAGEAND
\> Jacksonville, Chicago and St. Lonis
FOR RENT-To desirable people?i
Reestablished January 6, 1915 well furnished suite bed room and --- .
I sitting room with private lavatory.i'
Northbound--- Daily Southbound I Also single rooms, and a garage BAGGAGE TRANSFER Kineaid & SnowdenLow

!:35 am Lv. Jacksonv'e Ar. 7:30 pm Splendid location. No. 9 E. Washington I 1
l 5:08 pm Ar. Macon Lv.11:45 am I St. 11-29-lmc :
8:03pm Ar. Atlanta Lv. 8:35 am j L. T. HARRELL Prop.
12:18 am Ar. Chattan'ga.,Lv. ,1:31am'', FOR RENT-Small !flat modern conveniences -
4.50 am Ar. Nashville Lv. 12.10 am I unfurnished. Jas. A. Piano and Furniture Priced Furniture House.

J :28amAr. Evansville Lv. 7:30pm. i Knox. 11-3-tf Moving a Specialty a aj I I
f;:35 pm Ar Chicago Lv. 11:30 am

::59-pm Ar. St. uis Lv.2:15 pm NICE to adults LARGE only.FURNISHED 409 Delaney ROOM street., j 8 E. Church SI. PHONE 487 I II Cor Main and Pine Sts. Orlando, Florida

10-25-tf I II
Solid Train CompartmentObservation I
cars, Standard Pullman cars and LOST t
coaches between Jacksonville and AND FOUND I .. -

Chicago. Standard Pullman sleepers I
Jacksonville to St. Louis.DINING LOST-White violet pin, set with
pearls. Reward if returned to I Dr. F. F. ThompsonDENTIST I I THE OSCEOLA 'j

CARS Hammond & Bunch's store. 12-2-tf I .

WANTED- --- I DR. L H. RAMSDEU I i STEAM HEAT THROUGHOUT

Atlantic Coast Line WANTED-Two unfurnished rooms.P. OPTOMETRIST J. W. ?
& and Robinson Ave BURLEY ManageIF
Curtis
(Successor S. Ave, over Magnolia
O. Box 605, at once. 12-30-3w I tu Dr. O. K Likl- 113; Orange I
Standard Railroad of the SouthJ. ORLANDO FLORIDA O'Neal's Store

t WANTED-Two housekeeping rooms; I WE FIT GLASSES GRIND LENSES Hours 8.30: a.m. to 5.30 p.m. YOU ARE LOOKING for well
must be modern; describe fully in .
G. KIRKLAND D. P. A., first letter. Geo. G. Thompson Gen. i i AND DO ALL KINDS OF Wednesday and Saturdays till 8 p.m I- rooted orange and grapefruit buds, FTVO'S Now -"! "time* t .. J
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1\ Our Christmas Savings Club is a co-operative plan to In case you discontinue payments, you will receive

help one another to save money for next Christmas, by the full amount you have paid when the Club closes on ,
paying a little every week into a fund for 50 weeks, when
December 15, when the fund wIll be disbursed and every-
the money will be divided among the members according
I to the clases they have joined. body belonging, will receive the Christmas money.


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t 2c. the first week and never 5c. the first week and never 50c. or $1.00 each and every

-It more than $1.00 in the final more than $2.50 in the final week throughout the full club

t.- \ week, and have 25.50; for your week, and have 63.75; for your time, and have 52:>.00 or $:>0.00

L' next Xmas. I next Xmas. for your next Xmas.
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tional each week, until you receive the surprising amount on December lath of $25.00.

In the 5c. class you pay five cents the first week, lOc the next, 15c. the next and so on, saving five cents addi-

tional each week, until you receive the surprising amount of $63.75.

.,. For the accommodation of those who prefer to make the larger payments first we have other classes which

enable you to begin with the larger sum and end in Decemeber with the small sums of either 2c. or 5c., according

to the class you have joined.

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REPORT OF COMPTROLLER OF that the government and the banksare DEVELOPMENT DOTS who are engaged in music

TilE CURRENCY now in a better position to meeta work in Jacksonville, are visiting

financial stringency.Mr. Port Richey. Pinellas Electric their parents here. I

Washington, Dec. 20.-Comptrollerof Williams asks that legislationbe Light and Power company is reported :Mr.: and :Mrs.: Roland Dann, of Or- !

the Currency John Skelton Williams put on the statute books givingthe contemplating extending electric lando, were visiting relatives here amrnond&iore
comptroller power to remove and transmission lines through New Port last week.
draws interesting comparison -
an discipline guilty bank directors.UIXDERMKRE Richey. Our Christmas entertainment was
[ between the financial crises of FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.\ I
-o- a success, and greatly enjoyed by all __ _
|914 and 1893 and 1907, showing how \Iilton.-Santa Rosa county com- who attended.

veil the latest emergency was haniled missioners let contract at $24,995 to :Mrs.: Rose and daughter, Miss j REAL VALUES LOW PRICES

in his annual report made pub- construct two steel traffic bridges Ethel few '
Windermere, Fla., Dec. 29.-The ; spent a days with relatives \ COMPARE
-c here today. one across Escambia river at Chu- here last week.
children of the Windermere Sunday
For the 12 months ended October ; muckla Mineral Springs; steel draw- :Miss: Helen Moran is visiting rela-

"14, he says, twenty-six national school Christmas gave eve a very and al pretty their program heartswer bridge. tives and friends in Oviedo. w OUR FURNITUREto

ith' aggregate capital stock egladdened by the beautiful tree --()- Rev. A. L. Hope filled his appoint-I I

ailed or suspended pay- which was loaded with gifts for all. Fort Lauderdale.-Dade county will ment here Sunday morning and even- \\ c provide the quality i of furniture that has long

|lbilities were $14,177- II. C. Luff arrived from Cleveland, construct steel drawbridge, with approaches ing. The morning text was taken t, been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as tht
jorresponding period of from :Matthew: 21:42 "What stundaid of merit. If article is here i j.
Thursday, to spend the holidays with and abutments, over New think ye au it ;oo .
itional banks suspendies his wife. river, connecting main public high- of Christ?" He gave a graphic men- It wouldn't be here were it otherwise. AVen 't make

of $83,042,347. In L. U. Chamberlin is so pleased with way at present location of existing tal picture of Christ's betrayal by this point too clear-it is one of the foumln< ion stones

period October 1,1907, his recent purchase that he has drawbridge. Judas, of Peter's denial; His trial be- I of this business, and that means much to any hiiyer

08, there were 22 bought two more lots adjoining his --()- fore Pilate who, to please the people, --- I

.sz ibilities of $ ,- fail-I on Lake Bessie. Zolfo Springs-E. II. Harrel is interested at last His gave cruel Him over into the handsof McNEIIl! & DAVIS BLOCK
accusers who crucified ,
,
Mr. Ed. Springer, of Wauseon, 0., in establishment of bakery
1S worthy of special note that Him, etc. Pilate must have been Cor. Orange Ave. and Church SI. Orlando I
has bought a lot on Lake Butler, on and confectionery. I Fla.
1 the crisis of 1914, unlike the panes what might be termed a "hypocriticalsaint.
which he to build.
expects --()-
of 1893 and 1907, there was no ." J
Some of his type still
Mr. and Mrs. II. T. Brigham are St. Petersburg.-The Crystal Beachcompany may r1 .
of payments on
uspension currency : exist. The
evening sermon was a
spending a few days in Orlando A. P. Avery, president, will
llhe of this ;
of the banks country .
part impressive full of
very one, encour-
where Mr. Brigham is having his fin- -- --- -- -- -- -
construct channel from Crystal Peach --
either in the large cities or in agement to all who are trying to lead
dressed, which was operated on
ger
to main ship channel between main-
he smaller towns. In the panics of last week. the Christian life, Bro. Hope has
I land and island.
1893 and 1907, in addition to clearing
| Albert Frye is home from college just closed a successful year in every
-()-
u sc checks, many artificial methods I department of church work here. He
spending the holidays with his
par-
lf supplying temporary currency I ents. West Palm Beach. City; will con- is an able preacher, a kind pastor, a

Ivere resorted to, while actual cur- i Iloss-more Inn opened its doors for struct seawall; 1,350 cubic yards reinforced lover of righteousness, and is held in

(-envy commanded a premium of from the first time to guests Christmasday. concrete:73.44 tons steel reinforcements high esteem by all who are strivingfor

1 per cent. to 5 per cent-$100 in The following Windermere 99,423 cubic yards to a higher and nobler plane of i
[ costing anywhere from $103 peo- fill, 2,415 square yards sidewalk.
urrency ple enjoyed; a bounteous turkey din- ,I' Christianity. We commend him to
C' $105 or more, in certified bank nerIr.. and Mrs. II. T. Brigham, the people whom he shall serve this 4

Licks. I Mrs. Gifford and daughter Gladys, GEXELJfITIXGS i year, and trust that Heaven's richest BUYERS TO SIIARE PROFITS
"In 1914 the banks of the country
Mr. R. Vaubhn, II. C. Luff and wife, I blessings may rest upon him and his LOWER PRICES ON FORD CARS
[re nabled, as a result of the instant E. E. Paler, Miss Lizzie Paler, Arthur Geneva, Fla., Dec. 29.-Mr. C. E. 1: estimable family. I .

*id active co-operation of the treasy I HaggertIr.; and Mrs. II. II. Williams Patterson and little son, Master i|I Effective from August 1. 1911 to Aug'M
department, and through the op- Clyde, returned Saturday from a bus- I and against reduction -
Sr. and Jr., Mrs. Ed. Springer, ; IT ISN'T YOm TOWIrs YOUPattishall 1,1915 guaranteed any I
:ations of the act of May 30, 190S, iness to Atlanta. I
I \\-. S. Brown and wife, Dr. Thompsonand trip i I during that time:
s amended by the federal reserve I :Messrs. Charlie Steever and If
Frankie you want to live in the kind ofa
wife Miss M. A.
J. C.
Buckley,
\ct, to supply actual currency, even I Palmer and wife. Story, of Chuluota, visited friends in I town Touring Car $555.00Runabout
I luring the period of greatest stringency Geneva Saturday.Mr. Like the kind of a town you like,
I Cou needn't slip your clothes in a 505.00
to their customers and corre-I :: and Mrs. Hambrick and daughters grip -
$10,000.000 DAMAGE IS DONE F. n. B. Orlando. All ear folly equipped.
pondents, both over the of :Macon: Ga., are spending the j I I And start on a long, long hike.
SCANDINAVIAN SHIPPING
In response to requests for shipments. i holidays with their aunt, Mrs. W. J. IWther we will be able to obtain the maxfianra: effirienr
BY MINES: You'll only find what left behind and the minimum in
"Whenever any indications were i Daniel. 'I you in our factory production cost oar
For there's nothing that's reallynew. purchasing and Bales department if we rch an output of
cen of an attempt or disposition on Messrs. Ardellis Wilderson and A. 3ess.4 ears between the above date.
[he part of any solvent bank or banks I Stockholm, Sweden, Dec. 18.-By( D. Holmes, of Pierson, were visiting It's a knock at yourself when you 'nd -V>oM we reach this production we agree to pay a.
o withhold or suspend cash pay- :\lail.-Total losses to Scandinavian friends in Geneva Sunday.Mr. knock your town- roe h....,*. chare from S4. to Sit per car too or abeatVJK
: ISI t. retail buyer who purchaoe a newF
I It isn't -t 1,1* e "n
I tents, the subject was taken up im- j shipping through mine disasters were :: :Maurice: Winters, of Hobe your town-it's you. -r,, car between Aucust 1. 1!14 and Aoeost I, ISIS.

diately by the reasury department s follows up to mid-December: Sound, spent the week-end with relatives Real towns are not made by men For farther particular retarding these low price* and profit'faarnc

and payments of currency over '' Sweden, eight ships and sixty lives; and friends in Geneva.Mr. afraid phon. see

1e counter in shipments by the Denmark, six vessels and six lives; T. W. Geiger made a business Lest somebody else gets ahead. F. G. RUSH. .
|.nks, upon demand, from the centers i' Norway, five vessels and six lives. trip to Titusville Monday.Mr. When shirks every, one works and nobody

nearby and far off districts, I'j' To that total must also be added Holland : L. P. Daniel is spending the You can raise a town from the [Phone 226
I
ca, have been maintained with three vesseis and fifteen holidays with the home folks. dead.
'+',out interruption lives. The total financial loss for the
Mrs. Atkinson and .
daughters, of
22 ships and their forgoes will reach And if while you make your personal
Sanford, are spending the holidaysin stake
.
the new nearly ten milli dollars. our town, the guests of Mrs. E. II. Your neighbor can make one, too,
+l re- Kilbee. Your town will be ,\'hatOu want to
TRY A WANT AD.
.c see--
s at Curry's. ", Miss; Georgia
It isn't
to\\'n-it's
your you. j t

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Fax trot "I Want to Linger:' -;, ,UJ.-

STARTLED HIS: HOSTESS.{ HUMOR. ME[ REEEPli AND D !i Parisian tang! "Vlad" fan...r. *- I Virginia ..e nl .atorchestra "
bG "
1 clued
I hibition dance hv t!:*? I :itia -r.! ilusic tuna .
I On of Eugene Field's; Practical JoksIn The Brand 0'---1: ;: ? Jekr Thd Cobb I ; >'1k tuttmtv dig ,r

Two Acts. Book Royalty S..n a to Like. I DANCE I Hesitation -Henrietta." ------
idotit I rap Ifl PllOGiAMI Two-step.; TlMf T.ddy itoar's *'.- GERMAN* Big GBE' T 1) .JfiG'
There are many stories in to King Alfonso of Sl's!!! eUgbts

the career of the late Kutetie Field! playing practical jckea upset his friend I. mc"Walts: "Song d' A'ncur." TO DCl'I' Il SAtPPtNG co{,

who not only wrote songs for the < hit and members of his household Recently Preparations are going forward Gavotte "The Glow Worm;" exhibition _

dren. but who *was at times fund of I Bare Fact when Lord and Lady \Vlmborne for the great social event of the season dance. '

practical jokes which illustrate his InImitable Representative Allan B. Walsh of were his guests. In connection with the the reception and ball to be given One-step, "Chinatown My Ch....- T Audon. n. l <-By JtoSk.)-r, '

humor. New Jersey is a poet! But with the visit of the English polo team he by Mr. Temple at the New Seminole, town." awnWa4. tb o *. ...
I On one occasion he played an unexpected native modesty of genius be shuns showed them through the wonderful Winter Park on New Year's eve in Hesitation "Love's Hesitation, it1the fH* Iou

I part at a dinner given in honor publicity. Hardly gardens attached to the royal palaceat honor of his daughter, Mrs. A. W. from the "Beauty Shop." 64 British fweca pine Air "l"-'

of himself and his wife which, while was he Inducedto Madrid. Mason. Carte blanche has been given Two-step, "Rhapsody Rap." at $11,*,. witto a curo *Ofitrcjed -> t

it had Its serious side, was made all publish the following Leading his guests Into a trelllsed Mr. Foley: manager of the hotel, Concert from 11 t o2 o'clock: Slection *- $is,8fio'ioore eaptnred ar st

the more enjoyable by the grave deportment l little gem arbor the king stepped to one side. and no expense or pains will be from "Naughty Marietta" j'I b the; <-.- These are >**
j.
of Mr. Field. 11 / Observe, he is pressed a button, and both English and spared to make this the most bril- !' (Victor Herbert) ; "The Beautiful Galatea" 1 > & s. II
The dinner was given by a leading I poet of the people Spanish were soaked by a deluge of liant social function of the season. (Suppe) ; "Roses Bloom for ]i official figui** of the LtVII

Chicago family. When all were seated what the from The time honored custom of dancingthe Lovers" (Bruno Gramchstaedter); j I Lcnda Wa.r'$fk > IJtl "' : >>eeaa
water that poured down a concealed I .
/ New Yearin
Old Year out and the
Mr. Field repaired to the pantry. critics call aMgt'nre" "Sunny Sicily" overture (Suppe) .I-troD. "
I shower bath. The king was
will be adhered to. There will be "The "
Nodding Tulip a pastorateidylle
; only to return in a few moments with artist- and his '-- -
merriment --
convulsed with intermission in the dancing be- .
an Trinkaus
( ); "Raymond Over-
a dozen or more costly gold embroidered seizing upon the guests bad to laugh with royalty tween the hours of eleven and twelve ture" ("The Queen's Secret") (Affirv. I *AIR 6RO JKU3n .
small
the of the boy. unkempt -
wineglasses
property whether they liked the Joke or not during which time supper will be Thomas).
hostess, which, to her silent astonish uninspiring The late King Edward, it is related. served and then the dancing will be
1 out at elbows resumed. The music will be furnished Onestep.u1'an o Tokio" and "Sail :\ all dtey bnrbecue wth all Bind
when a man at a bouse party "
young ing Down Chesapeake
and elsewhere, tot the Grand orchestra. Bay. muirant wIll be
anti tait '
by of <
fall of rather racist
Ti-: I Illuminate and decided to take a out a Waltz "Les Patineurs.
glorify him with pompoms fellow guest. Aided by one Dance I'rogram Fox trot, \Ieadowbrook." ste.d at the Fair lends OB New

w the divine fire of of his suit he placed a bucket filled Grand marcn, triumphal March I Two-step "Big Chief Battle Ale." Year _y. The rv. m :s buw prom --

his And with water over the door of his room from "Aida. Maxixe, "Dengoza;" exhibition. Ud by t >ost'0,0 .oanagea the
"THAT Al.N'T' NO genius.
and then for the one Waltz, "The Beautiful Blue Dan- dance.
sent pompous
t
PATCH It takes genius to ube." Hesitation, "First Love." Ctriateaaa Jay tars s.
As the latter entered the room the tiic.
find any PasoIn a small boy. bucket was upset and be was drenched One-step, "Castle House Rap." Two-step, "My Hindoo Man." .--,- -- .
Still argues :\Ir. Walsh. other poets Hesitation, "Fleur d' Amour." One-step "The Castle Walk." MA.Vur"j -ms ,
have the bud bursting to Albert Edward's great Joy. The I(I 1 1I
+ sung exalting Fox trot "Ballin1 the Jack, exhibi- Waltz, "Sweethearts. -
-
1,1M i forth from the earth In the gladsome victim however took the Jest in sorry tion dance by Stout Lillard and Fran- Fin de Siecle. "Barcarolle;" exhibition : i I' 1VErrr than 109 Ivtnung' Beans: ? 1
springtime. Then forsooth why not part and. making his excuses to the Washington.. dance.
Will inI .
save: been i taad by Jodga
; the mall, boy |vepiiig forth from his hostess, returned to town at once. Two-step, "Temptation Rag." Fox trot, "Sweetie Dear." :
, pants? The next morning when be opened Waltz, on Motives from the operetta -I Two-step, "March Turque." I Ma1'tiu. 11-. eaeop wia; close f'fI' k

"Ayt>. marry Whv not?" exclaims his Times be saw this personal advertisement "Eva." Hesitation "Merry Madness" runry 20. !&

Sir VaNho here's the !lame: : I I ___ -
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Two ladies met a barefoot boy whose legs If B. will return to his friends all will e.set tustweasatessn +aatnr: + '
-
/ were br.r aeratct>ed be forgiven him A. EL ;' \

/7// r e They taught and joshed the kid about Upon another occasion, at a private : -.......
the nis patched :
way pants were exhibitionIn i
view of the pictures at an
1 17 "You patch<< your .pants with brown you
w. the old New gallery Albert Edward
do. Why don t you patch with blackor
I blue" had a hearty laugh An artist. who
f The small boy grinned and touched the was somewhat of a poseur wishing toImprt"ss tc
y Epot, his face lit up with glee
the Prince of Wales with his t
1 As he cried: "You folks ain't got no eyes!
.
That ain't no patch-that's me!" knowledge of art. Wept walking backward

The glut| l uf this pome Mr. Walsh exclaiming that be would indicate
where the best view of the picturewas
avers is founded on facts-bare facts. i I I
I If Washington Star. 1 to be had.
t
The prime nudged his companionsand

Indicated they should keep QuietAs
Lif. and Work. TEMPLE-MASON RECEPTION
f a result the artist was not warDld.and 1 1tlr.
Isn't It strange that princes and kings
be stumbled backward into the
And clowns who raper in sawdust ringsAnd
common people, like you and me, basin of the fountain among the go.d.
Are workers fur ttermtyt fish. Neither the artist nor the gold

Each is given a bag of tools fish saw the Joke, but Albert Edward

d..I.. Aid A shapeless each must mass make aixl ere a book life of be rules.flown and his friends did.-New York :Sun. and Mrs. Wm. Chase Temple request the honor of

A fctuinbiins block or a stepping stone.
FED IT H TUB FL OB. You Are Master of Your Fate.
DBO
1 Tamar Faed. No lower in stH'iety. no hardship In the presence of all their friends, acquaintances and weh-

went he proceeded to hand over to I

each the occasion.guest one by one a souvenir of I impulsiveness Real Appreciation.The of great. men of you your down{condition in knowledge van depress power you.virtue.keep wishers at a reception and dance, to be given in honor of

Great was the merriment when it tell has led to amusing incidents. In"KeuimisceDoe Influence. but by jour own cuaseuL
MR. and MRS. ADELBERT WILLIAM MASON the
William Ellery Chaunins at
,
was realized that the hostess had not !* of My Life" Henry

with her cherished Holiday tells among other anecdote
parting
contemplated
An Astonished Landlord. New Seminole Hotel] Winter Park Fla. New Year's Eve.
;: glasses. Hut Mr. Field was not of the l'relapb'r on
yet content. Upturning them to the aeinethis, story Last year the Chicago Nationalswere
with taking a long: Jump on their exhibition .
of Ilossetti. who
the pantry butler by he previous took up arrangement a tray of old tot- WitS an ardent I tour and for some reason Reception from 8 to 9 o'clock. Dancing from till 11. p

o ties and other broken" glassware and. lover of rare and their train !evanie. > stalled for a coupleHi i

pretending to stumble, dropped it on beautiful tlitna: Refreshments, 11 to 12. At midnight the new year will U.;

the floor, apparently shattering the valuable I:<,*:.etti dmed
wineglasses.The ; oue evening with welcomed by resuming dancing, which will con Jnue so ion *

feelings'" of the hostess may |K-> friends who had! --

imagined, for it was some time before I t learned frutii linn as any dancers remain. .

the real situation was understood. the joys nt ctuiM tt

<-<>ll....thin 1' h e the.music.
"That Grand Orchestra"will furnish JVii ,
Home Happiness.A dinner was .r'.t

few a few more more smiles tender of words silent, sympathy a little I hull"rutifulsirt-l teens of variousMnt eis I j Lillard and MisL Washington will present an entirety hew

more restraint on temper may make .. uf staid! "TUE VERY IWANTED.
ware
all the difference between happinessand fAr the 1 letter tlio ." t dance as one of the numbers on the program; Miss List of .

half happiness to those with whom I'lav of the dishes l was set out on the "
Winter Park of "The
a pupil Castles, will also present a
you live. tabie The llIu"u| was served in anetiKfiaUy 1 1 1

His Own Was Too Much. I j cover was pre removed''iuus dish'ben 1:0""etU started the, AtkaIll't I number of the very latest dance creations of the fr ious

The late Sir John A-tley. afffctiou- loaned titer to examine the dish took "Castle House"
ately remembered as "The date" was .
it in both hands and turned it upside
now many years ago standing for ; down to !"ee the marks on the back

parliament. A tiresome "h cker": ask I The salmon of t'mr.fen out on the '+AI r In orderto avoid the bare poss bility of omitting froman
ed him. says the New Witness what .
tatiieclotli. but lttrs.ettt lend no atteutinii -'i !
he thought of Sir Wilfrid Laws>onV I and only exclaimed. "The very I I invitation list a single one of their friends and well

wine and spirits bill. I dish I wanted and was going to get to-

L What do.. I think of Sir Wilfrid" I.awson's -, j' niorruw' !*' The lady was so elated at I'I' tt wishers, Mr. and Mrs. Temple have taken this method of
wine and spirits bill? cried indignant
I having rut the dish ahead of her I

Sir John. "I don't think of it finest that she quite forgave the ir inviting through the press instead of by card and sincere
at alL That's his affair not yours or
| re\ t"rt'1I1 treatiueiit of her salmon and 1

mine. I can tell you If you like that of her flllt' -'I.tb.:' If I 1 hope that everyone desiring to do honor to the young m
my own last" year was a jolly sight

too big" i Tied daughter of the house of will and aid th
Temple
His Pious Wish. 1 J -9 come <

Straightened Out the Blunder. I When Irvin Cobb was rewrite.. man U = .1.-
Hf"t'fvas \ery scarce in Ladysmith i' fur the New Yo--k I'eninYorl; he I 1/1/ in starting a very Happy New Year together.

during the siege, but General Sir Ian I' left the otbi- one night. highly in- II

Hamilton then a {colonel insisted that 'PII"'locl. after n spat with Charle!'

"horse is not half bad when properly I Clinton the ,-ity editor He returned I "WHAT ELSE COCLD: I [)Or'i I i

cooked and when one Is used to it. I tlif heat morniti". still ruffled to find diner attached i!
of hours. There was no
dNcus tliit: ("liapin WaS absent! I I I
In fact. he said concluding a I told the conductor
so the secretary -
\viiere the old ? he
man
slon. "I have a joint cooked tODl bt.
I \n assistant informed to wire ahead to a certain town
which I hope will all sample. Of InQUlrt'd'1
you .
ChtlnY3! III and hate seats reserved at the station
course. there's beet, too-tonight!" j
"l ir me!" aid Cobb restaurant for the p-irty This the
at the table preferred" the
Every one I conductor did. On arriving at the
eerm-d "I hope it's nothing trivlal"E'eryhody' !
eef. with the exception of Colonels I
town thirty-two half starved athletes
Ward and Ian Hamilton, who ostentatiously j I
j I piled out of their car and hustled! for
carved slices from
generous Put Both Feet In It. I the, eating plu"t'8 they sprinted in
the "horsetl h.Tbe dinner was
j For two or three days on one occai i: side they were met by the proprietor. --- --- --
nearly over when one of the servants '
sign Sle'aker| Ixwther was away from I who threw up both hands in amaze-
whispered a communication to Ward j the hou of commons through illness. I ment. Only tune chairs had l>eeu re- -

Cp be sprang. "I'm distressed gen j .In one uf these: days a Liberal walked j served the remaiuder lieins occupied
tlemen." be announced to the startled II BIG AUCTION SALEOF
Into n west end club and there met I by other f.unified; travelers. ""'hy.I .
company. "A silly mistake has been i' Mr Gully the son of the late speaker I the wire I received said a baseball
made. Those Joints were mixed up ".\h.- said he unthinkingly "LowtherIs CHOICE TENNESSEE
I nine was coming:, so what else wouldI
somehow, and you have ten eating I the best l speaker i we've"er had." "
the horse. I'm really annoyed. But I Too late he realized his faux pas. But !I I Goewey do? in was:I.e!his'Iie"s.explanation.-Ed A. IE3Iorses:: and: : ules !

hope you'll be convinced now that the more was to coins In an adjoiningroom i

meat is splendid eating. I'm jure you he met Mr. PeeL "Oh. he gush ;

t all seemed to enjoy it." Glances were t'd.I've just said' such a stupid thing. Tennyson's Luck. MONDAY JANUARY 4thAt
The story of how Lord Tennyson won ,
r exchanged: ; mustaches were twirled. I met voting Gw'ily: and forgetting his
the Xewa;,.:ate prize at Oxford Is worth
: Nobody seemed ready with a father aid Ix wther was the best
response. I
Then a voice from the bottom of the i speaker we ever had." Now. Mr. Peel telling.pass Three judgment examiners on the were competitors selectedto J. B. Magruders, Jr., Stables ; Orlando, Florida

i table piped up: "Oh don't distress was also the son of a previous speaker."I .
efforts and the last of these! to whom
r. yourself Ward! I thought some mistake dare say" he replied to the unhappy Tennyson's poem "Timbuctoo" was : 18 HORSES 6 MULES
r bad been made, so I just changed Liberal "that if you went outside anJ
I I submitted being of an indolent disposition -
Six Jfigh-Class :Mules
1[1 those dishes as they stood on the sideboard walked down the street :you might meet This will be a grand
set'ng
and what he took be
It was you and Hamilton who j, on" of the nnnds" Mr Speaker Peel I the letter "s" nlfylns "Good to" collection of High Class 1 with shape and quality
appended
was the MKIft of Mr. Speaker direct in fact there will be
r had the horseflesh all right! to several of the lines, affixed. Tenn. Horses, coming
I Kracd-London Citizen. Horses and Mules of all
without troubling to judge for himselfthe from the Breeding

Suffering by Proxy. i merits of the work, a similar mark Farms. sizes to select from.

Senator Hughes of New Jersey was A Kansas Comeback of approval and thus secured for the be and
I I They are all thoroughly ;, ,. ? They can seen
worried to distraction by the Importunities Merle Thorj-e. who is at the head of future laureate the coveted prize. That t driven all
by
and for intending
broken ready >-
of a person who hjd a grievance i the department of journalism In the I same evening: the three examiners met. r .
t against the Interior department.The Unitersity of Kansas presents this a-:;\ "Whatever.ibruptly demanded he use, among which can ; y' buyers. Exchanges or

r- senator called up Secretary Lane, his idea of the quick as a flash whose task it had been first to read the be found a number of private sales will be

who had been worried by the same per. back; corne-l poem, "made you think so highly: of good Farm Teams, Farm [fj g' made any time before

ron. An old tlire Kansas editor young Teno on's f'trllrtT' Mares and general pur- the auction sale oper

"Will you listen to his story T asked ting in a restaurant eating a pickled ""'hy." t-ried the others In nnan Horses. Every horse and mule

Hughes over the telephone."I piz's foot-or a pig's pickled foot, as :: imity of surpn t". "we only followed pose s.
must and shall be ld
will not" Lane replied. thease may be. A tramp printer I your lead. You were forever martin Also some good useful r .

"Well then." urged Hughes desperately came In. 3W the editor and screamed I the lines with '/: Livery and Road Horses 2' without reserve b

"will you appoint some one to "Git out fir the way jou! I'm the old I "A 'g!* cried their colleague. "That and Saddlers. highest bidder '

bear the story?" wild boar from Fort Scott!" I wasn't athat was a note of interrogation Auction starts promptly at 12:30, Monday: ". 4th when every hors pr-
"Yes. answered Secretary Lane. "I "Yes" commented the editor genially I to signify' that for the life of
bidders at stables Orlando-J...
be sold to the highest
appoint ; and he rang off.-Saturday -i "and I'm of positively
you eating one your paw>>r me I couldn't make out what the fellow

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