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Title: The morning sentinel
Uniform Title: Morning Sentinel
Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 6 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando, Fla.
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Publication Date: January 3, 1915
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Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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THE MORNING SENTINEL !I IIti






iE TWO ORLANDO, FLORIDA, SUNDAY, JANUARY 3, 1915. NUMBER 279. 11
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AT NACO NAR- STEAMERS : N. H. & H. I .1..
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ARTILLERY ACTION OVERSHADOWS -
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N RELEASED I FACE FANTRY ATTACK 1

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; FEATURE : FROM THE SEATO THE VOSGES 1

j BRITAIN RELEASES OIL I I JUDGE GRUBS OVERRULES ,
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To: Stop Atrocities of Mexicans STEAMERS EN ROUTE PLEAS OF IMMUNITYI : 'f
TENNESSEE COUNTY HORRIFIED I WHY NOT HAVE "MADE: IX Terrifying Bombardment and
President Must Act-Gen. TO GERMANY i I I
LARD ET AL
AT CONFESSIONOF Cannonading Covers Big
ORLANDO" AT COMING:
Scott Sends Statement I I -

( Washington_ i DYING WOMAN 200 HORSES LOSE THEIR LIVES I HEAVY PENALTY IF CONVICTED :MIDWINTER FAIR Range French of Advantage Territory J J..'j'

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Washington, Jan. 2. Presiden :, PASTOR| i AND HOUSEKEEPER BURN WOULD EXHIBIT -
MAKEAJARGE Paris, Jan. 2. Violent
Steamer Supposed to Hold Explosives Maximum for Violating Sherman artillery 1-
Wilson today received from Gen.
I Placed conflicts are raging along the battlefront .J.
by German
Anti-Trust
SCOUT now in charge at Naco, Arizona Cleveland Pastor of Catholic Law Is One of Time Left > a
I Plenty to Launch from the sea to the Vosges during i
a report which it is understood Church and Spies Suffers Loss of I Year in Pen and .
;
Housekeeper the Proposition Before the past forty-eight hours to an 1 III
will recommend strongly immediate': Many Horses j $3,000 Fine .
j
Perish in Flames-N. Y. i Opening of the I almost utter exclusion of infantry at-
drastic to be taken the
steps by
,
tacks. So furious has been the bom-
United States to put an end to the Mystery Deepens Washington, Jan. 2.-The American {}I New York, Jan. 2.-John L. Billard, ExpositionJacksonville I
>
i oil steamers Tiflis, George R. Hawley i James S. Elton, William Skinner, all bardments and the reply of the hostile I

i firing(across the border by the Mex- j j Knoxville, Tenn. Jan. 2.-A tremendous and, the Naragansett, all carrying oil\ j I formerly directors of the New York, has had several "Madein guns and; at such short range I

.. 'icans.i 'j sensation has been caused in to Germany, which were held up at I New Haven and Hartford railroad Jacksonville" expositions and Tam- that to send the foot troops into the 1

Jt is believed the report informs : Anderson county, Tennessee, by the British ports, have been released by I must face a trial on the indictmentsby is for such field of fire at any one of the various .- f
pa making arrangements
the that all efforts j' the British storm centers of the general battle
president\ peaceful story of a dying woman of a triple government,. according to the federal grand jury charged I
exposition of the articles made in
to relieve the situaion have failed and t a message to the state department today with conspiring to monopolize commerce an I would be suicidal.

the 0 Jy thing to do is to use force. I murder which hitherto had been from the consul general at Lon- j in connection with the recent the city to occur during the coming :I Moreover, the open fields over

At te o'clock tonight after a long shrouded in deepest mystery. Mrs. don. y dissolved New Haven company. Gasparilla Carnival. I which the troops might have to advance -

confer nee with the president, Secre- I Millard Seivers believing that she t I Judge Grubb. of the branch of the There can be no possible doubt of have been turned into great seas 1

tary multy announced that there ,' was dying, told her father that Sam No Spies Found :, United State federal court, overruledI the value of these enterprise i of mud, honeycombed with trenches

was a Y itch in the agreement between Harrell killed Jacob Seivers, his wife New Orleans, Jan. 2.-A. B. Edhn j I today pleas of immunity interposed in Tampa will have cigar factories |: and sappers' tunnels and furrowed

Hill an Maytorena to withdraw from and Millard Seivers, on March 31, captain of the British steamer Rem- j,, the interest of Billard, Elton and running: within plain sight: of the big I and blasted by the exploding shells ."I I
1914. Officers who were immediatelyput : throng and also have actual demonstration until the passage across them is almost I'
thenei ;hborhood of Naco, and that brandt, which recently sailed from Skinner to the indictments. The maximum ;

this go ernment was trying to adjust j on the trail later arrested lIar- here with a cargo of horses and was ; penalty if convicted on violat- of many of the manufacturing -I impossible. :

them ter, but doesn't know what i t rell, who, it is claimed, confessed to forced to put into Newport News be- ing the Sherman anti-trust act is one concerns in operation besides exhibits I Tonight's official statements reporta

the difficulty is. ; the officers, who believed at the time cause of a fire on board, said today year imprisonment and a fine of II| of many others. furious fusillade by the Germans

With ut any positive knowledge of of the tragedy that Millard had killed that combustibles .had been found in 5000. j We can see no reason why such a I against the allies' earthworks to the

what C en. Scott's telegram contains, 1: his parents and then suicided. the hay on board. He denied that feature could not be carried out by I east of Vermelles, between Bethuneand

had been found the I Orlando at the Subtropical Midwinter Lens and in the region to the
Secretay Tumulty's announcement spies on ship, or
was i< terpreted at Washington to' Burned to Death that any of the horses had been mu- i 1915 OPENED QUIETLY I' Fair in February. True, we do not I north of Chaulnes.

mean .hat Gen. Scott insists that !t Cleveland, 0., Jan. 2.-Rev. Stephen tilated. Seventy-three of the horses I advertise ourselves to the world as a Here the Germans opened with,

preasu e be brought to bear on the Hakara, pastor of St. John's suffocated and -125 died later. I i great manufacturing center like Lowell their big guns a terrific cannonading

Kexics i commanders. Greek Catholic church and his house- Sunk by Submarine Few Cases in Police Court- (; Mass., Paterson, N. J., or Manchester followed by a raking fire from the

The 5 are two propositions before 'i keeper, Mrs. Fedor, were burned to Paris, Jan. 2.-The British battleship I Several Pinched for Speed- I N. H., but a large section of machine guns posted in their trenches,

the president for the stoppage of the '.I death today when fire practically destroyed Formidable, which sank in the ing and Two Plain the fair building could be easily filled but the French reply was so terrifi

firing, across the border. One is to I|M l. the parish house. Police believe English Channel Friday morning with I j with a very interesting exhibition of that the invaders were preventedfrom
| the fire was of incendiary ori- DrunksW. the articles manufactured right here following their cannonadingwith
call_ a halt on the shipment of food I the; greater part of her crew, was tor- i|
!'gin.I within the city limits.Of an assault in force.
supplies across the border from pedoed off Portsmouth by a German
t I I M. Smith, city marshal,
reported -
American territory, and the other is !j submarine, according to a report cur- course it would not be wise to
to return the fire of the Mexicans and ; Body in Icet rent in Paris.AMERICAN. yesterday that the New Year had take the space in the fair building for

f drive, them away from the line at t 'New York, Jan. Examination opened under very favorable condi- such an exhibit but if a suitable build-; TO BE BIG SOCiAl EVENT
I)
Naco Hill the 'I early today of the torso of the human tions and that he hoped everybody in ing could be provided Orlando would I ,1,1j
now
occupied by ,
Carj i :
ranza leader. I j j i body discovered last night imbeddedI IS STABBEDBelated the city would co-operate with him to fill it full. j

Outside of the town, facing the !|!I !in the ice in a marsh near Coney make Orlando better and cleaner for The following list gives an idea of r j Mendelssohn Club Concert to I

: Island, led the police to believe it 1915 than ever before. made here
American border are the Villa forcesunder wasI what is being : Be Given at Rosalind Club
I, ,
I I that of a man. The torso was News Tells of the Mur- Police court showed several cases. Orlando Novelty Co., Beck & Payne Will
Maytorena. Wednesday
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i!'! wrapped in two burlap bags and R. L. Bryant, fined $1 for riding Lumber Co., and Pounds Novelty Co., : Be. t '.11 j
For two weeks Gen. Scott has been : patrolmen der of an American Citizen I t *, .
.
Brilliant
.
j|i and detectives ,searched aU bicycle without lights; Mr. Swick, sash, doors, blinds, and everythingmade -- .rJ.. n :,
trying to induce Maytorena to signan of wood.J. .
at Tampico by
-
I night in the Long Island meadow fined $10 for exceeding the speed limit ; J :
L. boats. .
agreement to establish a neutral i j I Empie '' i
The Mendelssohn Club :.
where the two bundles were found i in Mexican ; John Doe and Charles Scott, fined Palm Leaf Factory, artificial palmsfor concert'
zone three miles out from Naco, but i f 1
which is to be given at the Rosalind
'' the hope of locating the missing $5 each for being drunk; A. P. Patterson decoration.
parts
his efforts have been without avail. Jan. Curry & Smith Co- cigars.D. Club house, Wednesday evening will .:
of the body. The police were especially Washington, 2.-H. G. C. At- fined $1, traffic violations; Mr. .

anxious to find the head that water was fatally stabbed by a Mex- Berno, H. G. Jones and H. J. Mancaster .. W.L. Hawley Butt, candy., cigars.E. be one of the most brilliant social I {

TO VOTE AMENDMENT the identity of the supposedly murdered -! ican at Tampico, Mexico, on Decem- I fined $10 each for exceeding the Edgar Robinson, candy. events of the season. 7
:i: man might be established. ber 29, according to a message to the speed limit.BOARD. Hoeffler, ice cream and ices. Th.s organization is well noted for "

state department today from the con- Hugh C. Alien, fruit picking bags. its beautiful and finished programs,
I F. H. Byres artificial stone.M. and this promises to all former
sular agent at Tampico. surpass
Suffrage Measure for Vote OF TRADE MEETING S. Carroll, artificial stone.
Up BRITONS ARE ILL FED Atwater is believed to be an Amer- Fred Gore, artificial stone. achievements.The .

January 12-Dr. Shaw's I ican who went to Tampico for em- Members of the Board of Trade are R. S. Brown, furniture and uphol- program will be in two parts

Brother fa Dead at ployment. A receipt for first pay- I stery. For the first half Mr. Carr will sing
invited to attend the first meeting of
ment on his life insurance policy is Southern Fertilizer Co- fertilizers. for the first time in Orlando, Alex-
Host on The British Soldier Receive the year, Monday night; city hall, at C. E. Howard, photographs.
the only clue to his identity. Atwa- ander von. Feint/ "Eliland," a cycleof
Z. A. Evans, photographs.T. .
Full Rations Every 2.1 seven-thirty. In addition to the us-
ter's assailant has not been captured. P. Robinson, photographs and ten numbers.
Washington Jan. 2.-The house ual business there will be addressesby
( Hours-Following Napoleon's views. This is most dramatic and beautiful
leaders have decided to allow a vote i Special Agent Maull, of the At- -
Routh & Caldwell metal
Advice THE WEATHER : sheet the of monk who falls
12 the suf- romance a
January upon woman ; lantic Coast Line railroad, who will works.
frage constitutional amendment. A. A. Fiezl sheet metal works. in love with a young girl going into '
1 Florida: Fair Sunday and Mon talk on Imigration, and by Mr. Per-
London, Jan. 2.-A curious complaint Miss Langenbach; harness.R. the convent to take the veil.
kins, Washington, on Board of
I about soldiers' food in the field day. L. Holland, wagons. He sends her roses and expresseshis 4
Before Congress Trade lines of work. Let us start
Macy \\'a Works, and
has just been received. An officer wagons; devotion ;n most beautiful love
Washington Jan. 2.-But little ] "Crane's stationery, the latest books, the new year with spirit. trucks. ,.
writes home to lament the number of I Fred Ramke, soft drinks. songs. This leads to the discovery of
than two months of the i
more present i and that 50 cent library edition al- Seth Woodruff, president. ...
,
remained :'pounds he has added to his weight in I J' J. M. Freeman, soft drinks. his love and he is condemned to a
session with the '
reconven- in stock. Curtis & O'Neal. I C. E. Howard, secretary. ,
the trenches, he feeds almosttoo ways J. B. Magruder, horse remedies. ,
I saying dungeon. Before going to his cell he
of in which i
ing today to -- -- --- ----- - --- - ; ,
congress ------ Helms Hardware Co.. tinware.
complete the legislative program be- well without sufficient exercise. I South Florida Foundry, everythingmade buries the songs in an iron pot with

fore March. Napoleon, who said, "An army Many German Women On The of iron.Phillips the request that any one finding them

Sponsors of the immigration bill : fights on its stomach" would be as- Manufacturing Coma- shall sing them to his own true love.
tonished at the enormous demands chine specialties sold around the The monk then resigns himself to his
t predicted today that despite streng Line In The Battle Zone world.L. '
indications from the White House upon the endurance of the men in this Firing Finley, signs. j j i fate, proclaiming his love for God and

\ that President Wilson would veto the 1 war, for he was never able to give The Morgan Co- signs. ,, renouncing all earthly ties.
I
bili his men the strengthening food wen i I O. W. & L. Co- water, electricity The second part will be "Hiawatha's
if adopted in its present form, it j|I regulated armies receive nowadays.The London, Jan. 2.-We read in dis- ; skilled in first aid, cooking, :, dispatch gas and ice. I Wedding Feast," a host beautiful
could be passed in both houses overan Cohoon Co. canned
Packing I
British soldier has gotten his patches that at least fifty German j; riding on motorcycles, signalling and speI choral number.
I cialties. I
executive disapproval. the of horses. j Those who heard "The Death of
meals with great regularity. Here is German women fighting in the trenches care In addition to the above there arethe I Minnehaha" last year can not but
"At the same time the rifle is not bakeries, dress makers, shoemakers !*
a list showing what each British private in men's clothing have been taken I wonder if the two are alike. It is
; "Dr. Shaw's Brother Dead '; receives 24 hours being neglected," said Viscountess jam and jelly makers, merchant -j I I ; difficult to compare them: the ..
Jan. 2.-Dr. James S. every : captive by the Russians near War- I j Castlereagh, the colonel in chief of tailors. 1 death scene gave: us new light on savage -
known in theatrical cir- i; 1 1-4 lbs of fresh meat, or I I Here are over forty manufacturingconcerns i life, as most of us rarely think
If the Germans invade
|
saw. ever the women's "All
I''r..Anna 1 lb. preserved meat. emergency corps. in our midst. 1 of an Indian as grieving. It was sad,
years, and a brother of 11-4 lbs. bread. Great Britain and the situation becomes the wome nare'spendin time in the you had not see the list you i stately solemn Howard Shaw president of 4 oz. of bacon. I J I desperate they will be faced by private rifle ranges: and there are : would not believe it. i The wedding feast is just toe <' fo-

:he National Woman Suffrage Asso- |j :3 oz. of cheese. an army of English Amazons, care- same astonishingly: good shots among I Argue as one may about otherskinds 'I site, and portrays for us the Indian

f; ration died yesterday. Dr. Shaw 4 3 oz. of of jam. fully drilled and trained to the use of I them. There is no ason in the I II of business, all of it important | as we know him-feasting, smoking
oz. sugar. in it's the real wealth
way, producers i i his pipe, singing weird sweet love
s ,examining physician for the Act- 1-2 lb. of fresh vegetables, or the rifle, compared to which these I world why a woman can not be as I II are the people who cultivate the land J songs, and dancing those erratic
jrs* Fund of America. He was bornn 2 oz. of dried vegetables. Teutonic women warriors are a mere good a marksman as a man." and the people who take the crude dances that we always associate with.

Newcastle, England, 76 years ago.' 5-8 oz. of tea, coffee, or cocoa. bagatelle. It was also pointed out to me by t j II'' material and work it into good money. i the red man.
2 oz. of tobacco, or 50 cigarettesper 'I The fair offers every possible en- Mrs. William R. O'Neal and Miss
'omen's' of the officers of the women's
week. When I first heard of the one re- j '
t couragement to the tiller of the soil' Roberta Branch will be accompanists, i
IMMIGRATION. BILL' PASSED Volunteer Reserve, I thought it was serve that women bear certain formsof I ""Id should also offer all possible assistance '( using two grand pianos. This enables :

:--- TRADE BALANCE a joke, or rather a new ebullition of,: hardship better than men. It is a and encouragement to the them to give the'singers the best support -

r Washington, Jan. 2.-The senate the suffragette class, but after a visit i well known physiological fact that manufacturer. i'I and.at the same time do justice >
Can we not have "Made in Or- to the wonderful music. .
\ afternoon passed the immigra- Washingorf, Jan. 2.-The exports to Old Bedford College and a view of i women are less susceptible to coldand ando" building at the fair j' The entire program will
appear
| bill, 50 to 7. Senator Lodge's' through thirteen ports handling 85 the determined women perspirine I wet than the stronger sex. Their'bodies i later. ,

''is which will relieve the per cent. of that trade, according to through their military drills. I must are better protected bT t fatty i( BIG MINE EXPLOSION :j

farmers from the literacy official figures:; of the department of confess that my feelings have I I tissue. This is seen on the bathing'! i' STETSON GETS $booo0I

an %the alien-- cpntratt labor law, commerce today, for the week ending changed.It i beach where women are able to'enjoy J I Fernie, B. c., Jan. 2.-An explo-j :. ..

carried in the till "under ,.theamendment December 26; made a balance of trade is not to be concluded that the I themselves on chilly days whenmost\ I sion occurred in one of the Coal Creekmines f DeLand, Fla.- Jan. 2.-?he Rockefeller -
t
'
.' i that refugees from BelVgium 1- :of $20,000.000 for the United States women will rush to the coast and of the men seek the club house.The' I| near here today but it is not Educational Board cut another-

:;'r be admitted *only when they and ran the total December balance, fight the moment the Germans makea i same condition should be true in Vet, j known whether any lives were lost.; melon the latter park of the week,and
I
!) Icame for the purpose of taking upland that far, up to $88T77,898, landing. They will take up the j damp trenches. It is also accepted I j Mine Inspector Evans, equipped withs ) distributed about a million dollars

and engaging -in agricultural Cotton exports for that week were rifle only when Great Britain isp\ 1 that a woman once her nervousness life saving apparatus, entered the throughout the South. Stetson University {
"
.t' 1 pursuits and when/they can show 205,699 bales. In the three ,weeks up desperate straights. Till such an unhappy I is over, and determination is inspired ,: mine immediately after the explosion of DeLand was the.only -Florida -

'hey are not likely tq become a publiccharge to Decembet 26, total, exports were i time the reserve will simply i can stand more physical pin '' but was overcome by gas. Evans was'rescued college to receive slice of the.

.- * ''805,006' act as a disciplined body, of women : than man. I' but his condition is serious. melon, $50,000 being given.'fA .


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TAMPA is HONORED Mr. Clark for president.For Up I, date pai.miiK, papering, etc., Don't wait for every one In town]
two years Miss Clark has beena is the kind you wunt. Where to cet nave Entrican, the painter, tef l
.. leader in the younger society set in it? That's easy, phone 636. W. 1 >.nu, try. Am too busy to rr..ar the national capital and elsewhere.She Entrican. Phone 636, and I will be ono
Becomes Head of 1-20-tf 1-2(1(
the
Customs -
j < has been
a very important figurein
* District of FloridaIan the recent cotton movement, beingone ---.--.-
Changes Will Be of the originators of the Wash-
L MadeOn ington cotton ball and other affairs OUR NEW PENNANT:
along similar lines.
*" i
ip 6tp0MDAW ? k i the first day of January the Have you noticed them in the Pine stree
s r.ra.s.n..a.. city of Tampa, by act of congress, CAFE DANCEWe
window? They are not made of
becomes head of the customs districtof cheap cotto
_
" Florida, and Collector J. F. C.
shoddy with the letters
hope that you attended the pasted on. Every pen-
Griggs and his staff of assistants
,., expected to arrive today at Tampato are dance in the cafe last night and that nant we sell is of the highest grade wool fel
will come often. These dances
.- you
We hand you something new take charge so that on January 2, will be run as long as the patronage with felt letters stitched on with silk.

.. in the maker's .. the change will be in full operation. justifies it.
.
art .
.- soap- .
Furniture has
already been ,
shipped If there
.- We do not expect to make any was any way to make a bettej
-. ui.t no important changes will be
-- made in the arrangements of the money in a direct way out of these pennant we should have them. New, origins Li
affairs, but in indirect
Christie MacDonald the I an way we do
Tampa office. The office staff will be of
designs great
hope to reap some benefit. We think beauty.
famous actress says: larger. that you will find something on the
Collector Griggs has made the fol-
i after theatre card that you will like. 'v. S. BRANCH
lowing formal announcement of ,
"Your Nyal's Face Cream Soap is perfect.It Try it once.
changes in the personnel of his office
SAN JUAN HOTEL. The Arcade Book and Music Store
,' is one of the few soaps which I can use force: :
Lf and think yours the equal of any of the imported ; "By the relocation of the district
i $2 and$3 cakes which I havetried." : headquarters for the customs districtof
Real Estate
Boughtand
Florida, which becomes effectiveon :1:1OF
f Yes-it's all too true. Nyal's Face Cream Soap I January 1, 1915, besides the collector Sold.City The 1EIet :
is vastly superior to all other soaps. It cleanses t and Max N. Oberdorfer special .

and purifies the skin, keeping it clear, rosy, il deputy collector, the following CLEANLINESS OF QUALIT\
velvety and elastic. changes in employes becomes effect-
A hoe: Building Lots $100; $1.00 cash OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
It is fragrant and subtly sweet. No-it will not "Deputy Colector Arthur G. Wat- and $1.00 per week buys a Lot FRESH AND SALT MEATS

o smart the most tender skin. Really-it's the pride son, Jr., Deputy Collector Ernest R. RENTS COLLECTED.. : Kept under tire best sanitary CU 1diUoI1 .

; of particular people-why don't you use it? Cotter, Deputy Collector Emil Goss, Notary Work Promptly and Neatly I Everything screened away from the flies. and kept fres
.. and Deputy Collector R. T. Sublettsare Done.
Of course, you value a beautiful, healthy skin, transferred f and pure.
# to Tampa.
We invite inspection und guarantee satisfaction. We ha e
then-use Nyal's Face Cream Soap. It is the
; "Deputy Collector Kimball B. Bob-
= acme of the soap-maker's art because it gives a bitt is transferred from Tampa to be N.P. HATCHERORLANDO II everythirz In the !Meat Line.

V I soft bubbly lather and is fragrant as the flowers. deputy collector in charge at Jacksonville -
,FLORIDA H. L. Self & Co.
where his assistants will be
It costs twenty-five cents the cake and well .
Office at Pinehurst ParkP. I
Deputy Collector A. M. Stillman, Inspector PHONE NO. 80 PINE SIRE T
= worth it. Nyal's Face Cream Soap will improve Harry Planert, and Deputy O. Box 281
; your complexion. Come to our store-get a' Collector and Inspector, George S. Mc- 'HONE 403; !0-8-lm I
r _: cake today. This is the one soap you've been Nelty." I

!'ookl! <* fnr In this notice no mention is madeof ,
l,' Deputy Collector J. D. Calhoun,
ESTES PHARMACY who has been in charge of the Tampa
office, but it is stated that Max N.
Oberdorfer will be special deputy i'-;


I THE CHASE & CO charge.been Col.Col.automatically Calhoun Calhoun This means, will by abolished.the that be change retained the Whether officeof has in- B Begill[ fide N eR Year r til[ ,1.


some other capacity in the customs \
PACKING HOUSE AT ORLANDOIs service in Florida has not been an- !
nounced.
modern, fully equipped with the best up-to-
date machinery, and gives the citrus grower the
MANY SPORT RECORDS WERE
;;., ,' .I....".. PROPER PACKING( BROKEN IN YEAR 1914 Cook and Heat

.j.... FIRST AID 1O
*- HIGHEST PRICES Following are some of the leading .

which, however, would not accomplish the end desiredby record breakers of the passing year:
the grower, if he did not also have available the services Aufomobiling
of World's Record Holder-Eddie Pul- WITH
len. Won the Grand Prize and Corona -
THE CHASE & CO races over the Santa Monica ,.
course, establishing a world's recordin
SALES AND DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM latter contest.

which, with selling forces thoroughly organized, xpe- Baseball
rienced, competent and reliable. World and National League Cham- -GAS1
ions-Boston Braves
GIVES THE GROWER
HIGHEST AVERAGE NET RESULTS American League Champions--
Phil.adelphia Athletics.

CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED Champion Batsmen-Jake Daubert
GROWERS' MARKETING AGENTS (National League); Ty Cobb (American -
).
\ CHASE & COMPANYMain Football

Harvard, champion for third year, '

9-30-d&w Office, Jacksonville A. R., Florida BOGUE, Agent, Orlando, Fla. by Champion.general assent.College Hockey TeamPrinceton. Thell n Y n'll Surely 16 Ha y



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Champion of Amateur League-St.
"IIIIIIII IIIIIIII'I II'II'IIIIIIIII"'IIIIIIIII'IREAL Nicholas.

World's Lightweight Boxing Champion- "

: ESTATE Freddie Welsh. (Only boxing championship -
to change hands.) I
Tennis ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO.I

World's Champion Maurice E.Mc- .
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r National Singles ChampionR.Morris .
We buy d sell all classes and kinds of Real Estate.If Williams 2nd. GAS DEPARTMENT

you want to buy or sell the earth it will pay you to call National Doubles Champion-Maurice -
E. McLoughlin and T. C. Bundyv J

and talk your wishes over with us. National Woman's Champion-Miss L
Mary Browne.
The manager of this firm has had years of exper- World's Doubles Champions E.

ience dealing in Florida investments, having sold over a Brookes and A. F.Golf Wilding.
Reel E Estate & IllvetMeut
T 1 F1oria
million dollars worth of Florida Real Estate in the last francis National Quitnet.Amateur Champion- a .

t\ two years. National Woman's Champion Mrs.T. .
J. Arnold H. Jackson.
r We are well posted on the value of all classes and Champion-Walter Hagen. Capital $50,000. Fully Paid Up.

I .- kinds of Florida property. We want listed with us all Champion RowingWorld's Eight-Harvard. Incorporated In Florida; Therefore Under Stale Control,

bargains in Real Estate, and we want customers for Real Champion College Eight-Colum-
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Estate Bargains. Champion N. N. A. 0. Single

J Sculler-Robert Dibble.Polo'


World's Champions ChampionEngland.Senior Meadow .Brook lifE extend a cordially invitation to investors] and


k WARING\ REAL L ESTATE COMPANYR. Magpies.Junior Open Champions Champions-Bryn Meadow- Brook. y Property-Holders to call at our office to learn

Magpies. the most progressive and conservative methods. ,

D. WARING, Manager MARRIAGE OF INTEREST To protect your interests this Company aside ot hei

P i Rooms and G Watkins Block Phone No. 6311115tf -
Bank Guarantee whenever our
Mr. Champ Clark, speaker of the financial strength, give

house of representatives, and Mrs. demand it. Enquiries by mail promptlyjanswered.
clients
\ "I'O'I'II'C'I"'II" cecIDIIIII'11111'Jll"'I'11 Clark have announced the engage- .
ment of their daughter, Genevieve, to
-- - -- James M. Thompson, editor of the .

K\I TEN all cleared ACRES; fine overlooking land; good Orlando home; PHONE 646 New Orleans Item. The marriagewill j! HENRY BENEDICT President ,
site. $2,000. H. C. McDaniel. Phone AUTO FOR HIRE take place next spring at the ,
708. Clark home in Bowling Green, Mo.
FIRST CLASS REP AIRIXG- '
Miss Clark met Mr. Thompson in i ..
Electric portable lights at Curry's. BARNARD &SON Bank. ,Phone 570f'
Baltimore, Md., during the 1912 Dem- Office,over Peoples National
17 Hughey Street Orlando, Fla o oc atic national convention, when hew I
Get the news in the Sentinel first. 12-10-lm +-s leader in the fight to nominate

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[;SgTYou who have heard so much about the great EUROPEAN WAR---you who have wanted to know .


the TRUTH about CONDITIONS: at the scenes of battle, come to the Grand Theatre, Wednesday, l

and see with your own eyes what happened on the battlefields cf Belgium during September and October. : 1

EDWIN WEIGLE, STAFF PHOTOGRAPHER OF THE CHICAGO TRIBUNE, has brought to Chicago t he FIRST motion pictures of actual fighting in the Euro- j

pean war.. Four reels showing the Burning of Antwerp, The Destruction of Termonde, The Battle of Alost, The Battle of Aerschot, The Flooding of Lierre and the Bat
tIe of Malines. These are


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Motion Pictur s of the European War :




Cl X 1 11 x < ri 1 Taken by Edwin F. Weigle, Staff Photographer of The Chicago Tribune.The .

undersigned of the first party By special arrangement with the Belgium Government, The Chicago Tribune has secured the exclusive privilege

gives to the second party permission to. make motion pictures on the Belgium Battlefields. 50 per cent of the profits from these pictures will be turned

to obtain cinematographic views of the over to the Belgium Red Cross for Belgium sufferers.

theater of war in Belgium. In recogni-
tion of this concession and with a charitable Don't accept fiction for fact! Learn the TRUTI.Ir.wtJOn the actual I Eureopean Warefare.

motive in view the second party agrees about the war. Come to the Grand Theater and see into i :tty

give to the undersigned of the first par- A 1 ; 2 o'clock. -I
50 per cent. of the profits realized from Special Matinee commencing at

the exploitation of these films taken in ,

Belgium.The undersigned of the first party A 2-reel Vitagraph special feature will also be shown. I

agrees to grant to no one his authorization -

theater to take of war any in cinematographic Belgium. views of One Day Only.1 Admission 15 and 25 cents.

First Party: Le Delegue General Pres Du -

Gouyerneur Militaire De La Place Tomorrow-Our usual 4-reel show. -
Signed) Van Langermeersch n. '
Second Party: The Tribune Company Tuesday, "THE BARGAIN" A Paramount production in 5 parts.

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noon. Current Events Mrs. Howes.; I' WEALTHY GENERAL IN MEXICAN -
A Beautiful ;
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THE PLACES Of WORSHIP Story hour and games for the chil- I'I. FEDERAL ARMY RE- t I| .4

_ dren Friday Older
on afternoon.
PORTE DEXECUTED ;i c
children, 2:15; younger children, 3.00.
First Baptist ChurchAt I THE OLD RELIABLE
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PLACE CHEAP ( the Lucerne) i St. Luke's CathedralRev. St. Louis, Mo., Jan. 1.-Manuel :j: V* _
Rev. Edward T. Poulson, D. D., I
R. Remsen, dean.
Henry
pastor Garcia Lugi, a general in the Mexican
1 All Sunday services are held at the I Celebration Second Sunday of the after Holy Christams.Communionat federal army, was executed on DANN'S TRANSFER!- .

L 11-4 Lucerne. A most cordial invitation I Ii I 7:30 a. m. his hacienda in Coahuila according to

of mile outside i 1 i with is extended U9Sunday. the public to worship i Morning prayer and Sunday schoolat word received here last night throughthe Dr. B. D. 'VIENENGA,"Prop. ""'

', school 9:30 Mr. 9:45 a. m. state department. General Lugi
at a. m.;
Holy Communion and sermon at 11
i city limits. 11 acres Samuel A. Newell, superintendent. a. m. was reported to own 80,000 acres of
Public worship at 11 a. m. and 7:30 Livery Draying and
Evening prayer at 7:30 p. m.ladies land and other valuable property. HaulingWE
of good bearing p. m., with the pastor in charge: -0--
i Morning subject, "The Forward Aid
Look.' ITALY CELEBRATES ENTRY OF
The Ladies' Aid of the Baptist
grove----beautiful Subject of" evening sermon, "A church will meet with Mrs. Limerick, THE NEW YEAR IN AN
Safe Guide. No. 308 North Orange avenue, January UNIQUE WAY GUARANTEE GOOD SERVICE
lake frontage. Five B. Y. P. U. meeting at 6:30 p. m.; 4. Every one welcome.
Mr. Reid
I Eugene president.
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Annual business meerinj? of trc I Rome, Jan. 1.-Rome adopted an I I
room cottage hard- church wil be held in the Chris First Presbyterian Church
Alliance hall Wednesday -ight. :'a'1 I Rev. Jno. W. Stage: ,*D. D., pastor. unique way of celebrating the entryof AUTO, AUTO BUS AND TRUCK
road. I Get the church-going habit on thi. Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.; W. P.. the new year. Usually the event _
I the very first Sunday in the ncv.year. I O'Neal, superintendent. has been celebrated by the explosionof .
If you have no cbsrrn hone Men's Bible class at 9:45 a. m., in I fireworks, and the firing of guns, Country Driving for Eight or Ten Solicited
i auditorium cf church.
' in this city, come and :J-e at hon-twit
$6,500 Services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 m.1 but as that was prohibited this year
us. Attentive ushers all seat.: p.
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; I free. J I Morning sermon, "The Supreme At- the people generally agreed to appear HORSES FOR SALE t

I Ncte-The chairman of the build- j traction." Evening" sermon* "The Art at open windows, glass in hand, ,

ing committee, Mr. Overstreet, will I!of Forgetting. and cry "Viva Italy." That was done, 'Phone 257. Orlando, Florida
Prayer meeting, Wednesday, at
Colonial (Hills Attractiveness make aery interesting and important j
\ and the effect impressive.Get .
was t
report of the progress of tie I 7:3J; p. m.
Is Attracting Attention. work etc.. at the morning sewiCIt I Mr. Forrest Dabney Carr: choir di-
| will interest )-ou-come and hear 'it.o I tor; Miss Roberta Branch, organ the news" in the Sentinel first \
- I - I ist. Special music. Seats free. A
: cordial invitation to strangers and
. First Methodist Church visitors to worship with us. '
'i (Corner Jackson and Main Sts.) h
CARL OANN I I John B. Ley, pastor. PUREQUILLThe L
I i ard Bible superintendent.school. 9:45 a. m.; C. E. How- SNAPDRAGON- 4 WHAT WILL WE H AVE FOR SUPPEREver

| Preaching, 11 a. m., by the pastor; hear this before? Let the Delicatessen Man do it.
A favorite old Christmas ,
---- - -- subject, "Heart Throbs," followed by sport Something new Something New ,
!: this Sacrament and announcement of which is still played frequently by - Try it. Ask About it. "
ORLANDO i i new members. I persons of English descent, is' that Complete Lunch put up ready for the table. For one, for two, for ;
i Junior League, 3:30 p. m. '!known as snapdragon. A quantity of :Montclair Jams, Jellies three or more
i Senior League will conduct the Tri- ] Always have a stock of good things to eat on hand
raisins is deposited in a broad, shal- Fruit and Preserves con-
| angle Young People's service at 6:30 COLD MEATS BAKED BEANS CHEESE OLIVES 0
I at First Presbyterian church. low bowl and brandy or some other tain POTATO SALADJ.
j no coloring: matter or i
PLUMBING CO1 j Preaching, 7:30 p. m.; subject of spirits poured over the fruit and ig
pastor's address "Look Up, Listen 'nited. adulteration.See R. TRESHER J. E. NICHOLSON'S t
Up. Live Up, and Go Forward." j
Special music. I The bystanders endeavor by turnsto our large display. Phone 26 Bakery 1

26 WEST PINE STREET Anthem "Hope Thou in God." :j grasp a raisin, plunging: their ..
j Anthem. "0 Father Mijrhty. I I hands through the flames, this requiring -
PHONE 122 Duet, "Twilight;" )Ir. Curry Mrs. ;j both courage and rapidity of ac -- {

Waldron.Male quartet, "The Dying Day." !I tion. While the sports are going on .
5 and tOe CountersVe
A cordial invitation to our winter !the lights are extinguished that the c
Am FloridaAnd
Best at Lowest Leaving
Plumbing -. visitors to make this their churchhome lurid glare of the burning spirits may
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PricesWe I -of ;i produce the weirdest possible effect.In \ have not stated and !u,HlSpecially Price my lu o Properties in Winter ParkA +
"ath'lie.Church this amusement some persons a 5

are not in the combine. : Mass and sermon, 10 a. m. have traced the remains of the dru- toe grocery, but we have
good 6-room house, 7 acres of land and a fine Grove of 800
SsLAUTEirS latest inventions usedon I Rosary, instruction and Benedie- idic ordeal by fire. While the gameis counters upon which goods full tearing Orange, Grapefruit and Tangerine Trees. Within two

all firstclassPlumbing I I tion.All 7:30 welcome.p. m. I 1 on the following lines are chanted: ol this value are displayed. blocks of Public School, close to Depot and Post Office. In addi-
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tion to making a home this property will make a yearly return on
i Here he with flaming bowl
comes ; Look them over.CARUTHERS the investment of from 10 to 25 per cent, according to crop and
Construction! Don't he to take his tool?
[ I| Christian Science j i mean market conditions price 8500.00; also S

,I Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. Takje Snip care! Snap you don't Dragon take! too much; My Residence Property in Winter Park, 12-room, New :Modern #
I i' Services at 11 a. m.; subject, "God. with convenience. Lake 1
i dwelling every city frcnt 20 acres of
in clutch.
Be not greedy
BEST SELECT OYSTERS. 30e. I Wednesday evening meeting. 7:45. II III your
| QuarttfheVValdeckerFishCo
1 I Snip! Snap! Dragon! land highly improved, 1500 Orange and Grapefruit trees irrigated t
floor South
Third
corner Orange & GORE garden. Property is close in, well located, close to the new t
J avenue nChurch street. Entrance j jI With his blue and lapping tongue,
\ I Country Club House and Golf Links a property good enough for
j I. on Church street. I Many of*you will be stung. the most exacting. Special price to make an immediate sale, $16-
FOR FISH AND OYSTERS -0Unitarian-- I Snip! Snap! Dragon! 500, and will give possession in 30 days.
Church |i For he snaps at all that comes New Modern Groceni I See owner only. Write or phone me for a date and I will'send
Phone No. S. 206 Boone StreetP. (Corner West St. and Central Ave.) ;I" Snapping at his feast of! plums. my car. tc any place in Orange County to show you these properties.
Rev. Eleanor E. Gordon, minister. i I Snip! Snap! Dragon ,
M. and W. O. COX Sunday school 9:15 a. m. {I But old Christmas makes him come. ED. F." KTCKZK3L,
: 10-23-tf Church service at 11 a. m.; subjectof Though he looks so fee-fa-fum! Phone 200
I' sermon, "Keeping the Faith.," a I Snip! Snap! Dragon! BOX 33, WINTER PARK FLORIDA
----------- ----- New Year's sermon. I Don't 'ee fear him but be bold- Orange County's College City and one of Florida Prettiest places."i" .
The Round Table at 7:30 p. m. t Out he goes; his flames are cold! 6 and 8 East Pine St.
lead the clasined j Unity Circle"on Wednesday afler- Snip! Snap! Dragon!


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THE DAILY SIDELIGHTSBy FOR SALE c
Here is a Bargain and I --
South Florida SentinelMORNING ( W. S. Branch) No. 1. One hundred acres, locatedon
lake front one mile from city lim-

M. GLENN ....AND.. .. ..WEEKLYW. ...........Editor A Thought for have Sabbath friend Morning is altogether its; six house hundred and bearing fruit trees; Should be Snappedup
... "Wanting to a good outbuildings. $8,000;
W. C. ESSINGTON Canute Manager
different from wanting. to be a easy terms. |
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Entered the poctoffiee at Orlando. Florida friends. The former is a mere nat- i No. 2. Forty acres virgin pine timber 1 by Speculators. I ITRU
a* Second Claw Mail Ms..tter. 'ral craving, the other is the life of land, on south side of lake front,
SUBSCRIPTION RATES Christ in the soul.-Miller. I three-fourths mile from railroad sta
Daily. 1 Year ......,................ 5.00 tion. $1,000. I 1'J
c Daily. S Month. ...................... %.60 --
Daily S Month .................. 1.26 Fools No.3. Seventy-five acres, on lake ,
Daily. 1 Month ....................eo..... .5DWeekly. >> The fool and his money are soon front one-half mile from Forest City;

1 Year ........._.... ... .. ... Sl.OO watching the express office for a six acres bearing orange grove; good
I ::::: package from the Jacksonville mail eight room house. $4,500; terms. [ [ CONOMY ,
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS ADVANCETO PAYABLE IN rder houses. No. 4. Twenty acres, four miles i Forty-five acres in the Lake
-- --- -- from the city, on lake front; twelve
ADVERTISERS; SafetyThe acres bearing orange grove; orange ;i; Conway District where like
Tampa Tribune says: "One of crop recently sold two thousand three E
adverUMnr Copy for..display.at be handed and all in at other the hand-iet business the country's great needs is "non- I hundred boxes. Three hundred boxes':property selling from SIca is securing what you
breakable New Year resolutions. of grapefruit now on trees. I
office of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m I $6,500; I
the day before publication. This rule. applies There is only one way to insure terms. j to $125 acre This tract
to ehanre for contract adTertiiin adhered; it. U the safety of the..frail creatures. No. 5. Lot 70x190 feet, on brick per want, at the time you
invariable and will be strictly te
They must be carefully wrapped in street; high class neighborhood. i surrounded by fine
Subscriber: ; demring The Sentinel discontinued the moral stamina that comes from a $1,000.No. young want it and at the price
abould the office in writing on
the date of expiration notify otherwise it will be firm faith in Him who said "For the 0. Thirty acres near hard sur- :groves. ..Is heavily timbered
eontinued at the reralar subscription rates temple of God is holy which templee face road; one mile from railroad
until notice to atop is TffrivnLTekplMHC are;" in the doctrine of the Aposte station, on lake front; four acres :and is rich soil. Owneris you can afford to pay
N.mk r ...................... 21 "If defile budded six very
Paul who said,
any man grove; hundred boxes of I
1915. he temple of God, him shall God de- fruit; one hundred and fifty thousand : a non-resident. and has instructed for it.
SUNDAY, JANUARY 3,
stroy; for the temple of God is holy, feet virgin pine timber. $3,000.
---- -- --- - which temple ye are." J. E. CRAWFORD, us to sell this property \

WHY NOT -0-- Office, Orland Hotel. I
:.". ->0.TICKET. at only dollars _
Loosed sixty perI
On page one appears a news story
concerning the feasibility of holding The nonchalance and reckless aban- SALE FOR I
with which the late of "HIAWATHA'S acre. j
( on governor
a "Made in Orlando" exhibit at the WEDDING FEAST"
South Carolina has turned loose the
Subtropical Midwinter Exposition to hardened criminals upon societyuses Tickets for the Mendelssohn Club OUR ANNUAL
f be held in Orlando in February. Is it one to consider what the con- I concert to be given at the Rosalind
not a worthy movement and one that dition of this country would be in a Club Wednesday, the 6th, will go on
-w years if all the governors in the I sale tomorrow morning: at 9 o'clock,
Orlando could well afford to get be-
"Tnited States should follow his ex- I at Estes' drug store. Tickets will be Atha
hind and push? There is little doubt ample. Criminal courts would be limited to 250, the seating capacity of Cooper
that industries are at the base of the abolished and mob law would reign the house. No standing room. Members f fALL WINTER\

i permanency of our cities. Wben all | early are,requested and will to get their tickets 114 South Orange Are, Ground Floor :
supreme."B I secure same upon
of the varied industries of Orlandoare presentation of
grouped together it makes a oze" 11-3-ltc membership card. Phone No. 311 !
If you climbed on to the water wagon -
splendid showing. If all of the indus- -----
day before yesterday and if you +
tries in Orlando would get togetherand sitting on the end: of the seat and I"I"re -
give concentrated energy to this 1readv feel vas though you were liable I CLEARANCE SAlt
suggestion as outlined on page one to fall off, get over into the mid-
He! of the seat and give the dangerous -
it would not require much effort or ends to those who have been riding 1
labor to make the exhibit one of the longer than you have. In other I
leading features of the exposition.What words, don't hang around the club or 1I

have you to say about it? other vate the place company of temptation of those but who culti-are I Is the essential aid to this
Write views. There is
us your no
thus
not tempted. Your wife and
time to be lost.COMPOSITE children or your mother and sister for '
LAKE
EOLA
o 'nstance. economy.
PICTURE- -0- i

Answers to the question "What is Tip
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They also serve who only stand be-
Mother?" given by supposedly feeble- ind your chair in the big dining
minded school children of New York: room and pay but little attention to
She's what you chop wood for. you unless you have given them a Here is an unusual offering, one that I can unhesi-

She's what feeds you. 'tip"o I
tatingly recommend GREAT BARGAIN. The lot is
She's what puts clothes and shoeson "Assaninenplish" as a Sale

yon. Wonder how Bostonians talk when
90x200 and the house contains seven rooms and bath.
She keeps care of you.She's they get full.-Times-Union.
We have never been under the pain-
who's good to ).ouShe's ful necessity of talking to a Bostonese Servants room on premises. Orange and grapefruit and
your creator. whow intoxicated but if I
was theyare
She's what's dead on to me. like most so called men(?) when peach trees shruberry and flowers and ornamental Commences next ![Thursday!
drunk they do not talk. In certain
Best composite portrait of a mother -
ever painted.-New York Amer- stages they rave, and a other stages plants. Owner will sell furnished or unfurnished. The i iI
they emit what might be characterized I
ican. as assaninenglish. location is No. 215 E. Robinson\ avenue on north shore of '

Instead of gloating o over the mar- LETTERS TO TIlE SENTINELDear Lake Eola, and overlooking Eola Park. Listed exclu-

riage of a man 96 to a woman 72, i Jan 7th l 11 lD
Sentinel-When I read the
sively with The price will astonish it too low
l some people think residents of Dalton account of the Christmas dinner J!: me. .you, i I
Ga.. should have gone into court en by the W. C. T. U. of Orlando v-1
but owneris determined to sell. Cash or terms. ,
and asked to have a guardian ap- it made my heart rejoice to know
this noble act. This is the kind of re-
pointed for him. ligion Christ taught to love your I
o neighbor as yourself, and who is your I
There are more fool Americansthan neighbor? The one who needs your 1 t tI
I help. Orlando, keep this great com-
we thought if the claim of the
mandment; hold Christ up before the I
Canadian minister of militia, that people; by this you will always be
100000;' of them have offered to en- able to turn the best people to your S. Y. WAY I II

list for service in. the European war, "City Beautiful." May God bless you DRY GOODS
be true. and make you as a "light house" set
upon a hill, is the wish of your true
o friend Insurance and Real Estate Agent I r
While we have no special objectionto MRS. H. F. SANDERS, 1
the belligerents increasing the Arcadia Fla. I

money in circulation in this country PHONE 172 MILLINERYREADYTOWEAR- i j
by buying publicity the investmen Senator Fletcher is not forgettingthe jj

isn't likely to pay dividends.o citrus canker. Senator Bryan is .
o not forgetting the ridiculous ordersof j I

If making war shockingly destruc- the bureau of chemismtry of the I

t\ tive would bring permanent peace as department of agriculture, relative to j

! the founder of the Nobel prize marking every package containingfruit
I' thought, Europe has .a jim-dandy or vegetables. It takes time to

bunch of peace workers. get these matters adjusted.-Florida !I
Growers' News. -

I Cupid must be in the hotel business t MEN'S I'I't

in Chicago, where two pretty I- I
girls now cook each guest's meals on

chafing dishes right before him. i

'. o La I yaiiiBres/ ano Bracelet Watches FURNISHINGS
When the present generation gets
run down and feels the need of active
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exercise, it goes to ride in the back !

seat of an automobile. BOOTS and SHOES
o for I
dainty enough a fairy
.. That old slang phrase "Shoot the I e

if hat it!"could might be fittingly literally be done resurrected without, What girl can resist the charm of a dainty La Valliere, a veritable !; I I

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getting pinched. o lacework of gold or platinum set with precious or semipreciousstones Ij j I I -

Those growling because the occu- The designs this year are so unusually lovely, so delicate I
of Vera Cruz cost $10,000- We charges all
pation us on
; pay express
and fine have been the fairies.
000 haven't suggested a way to get we are sure they must inspired by

it back. out of town purchases.

0 Especially charming, too, are our Bracelet Watches. A more pleasing gilt
Strategy is that subtle art which a
woman uses to make a man feel opu- could not be chosen, or one that combines so much beauty with (practicabilityCome

lent at the opening of the millineryseason. REMEMBER THE DATE! AND BE HERE!

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o in and look them over whether you intend to pur-

No good work is ever attempted chase or not. We know it will be a treat to you to see

without some opposition-but keepa these exquisite pieces of jewelry,
whistling. It will come out in he

wash.In.

the world-wide a contest for supremacy OPEN EVENINGS I i I
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in war the airmen are com- "
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ing down and the submarines are going -

up.You.

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should never expect a medalfor

being-a meddler.o I .DEP ARTMENT STORE.

We never know what we can do .. ..

until we try but it isn't always wiseto

try o Orlando Orange Avenue \ . Florida I I ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE


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FOR RENT-Nicely furnished room;

II LUCERNE MONDAY 202 pleasant East Robinson and convenient avenue. location.1-3-31

WANTED AITTOMOBILE-Lijrht car
in good condition, for cash. Wm. R. 1 1I
'ennigton, care Willola hotel. Phone
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FOR SALE 30 land, 20 fenced,
991i acres

\; close 10 cleared to depot ready, 3 miles for from setting Orlando.trees; Merry X mas1/1 1I
liThe Case of the Perpetual

Fillll E i II 1 : Glare" No.FOR Cheap 4,SALE if sold OR in 30 EXCHANGE days. Lock 1-3-lmo-Fhe Box I ;


passenger auto; chain drive; 28
horse power. Will exchange for good
horse. Address P. O. Box 145, Winter :

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ister and family will be given in the I
church parlors, :Monday: from 8 to
I.I.OOtlaubn i 10 p. m. The ministers and wives and Lubricating Oil and Greases to suit i
nrtrty tourists are invited to join the Methodists 'IF
all cars. Give make of car when ALLEN&C.O
in giving Rev. Ley and familya
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cordial welcome to Orlando.
By Miss Eliza Wright New ear's Reception at Unity Chapel 1 0
I Office telephone No. 179. Residence telephone No. 254 The members of the Unitarian :) I I
I church and their friends celebrated
New Year's eve by an informal reception GULF F REFINING CO
WEEKLY SOCIAL CALENDARJan. the delightful informal affairs that I and conversazione. A delightfully ,, :
the "college girls" have been enjoying entertaining musical program was
3rd-9th. during the holidays. The girls rendered, as follows: P. G. WALTON Agent II
talked over the "good times" they Piano solo "Movement: de Caprice," 6 .d! )
Sunday have had this Christmas vacation and Mrs. Florence Walker. Office Phone 450. -r. 0== '
Usual church services. were served to chocolate and wafersat Whistling solo, "Madrigal," Miss I
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the close of the afternoon. On Emma Hainer. Residence Phone 269.
2 P. M.-Annual Monday business meetingof Monday night the Rollins crowd will I Piano solo, Mrs.(Encore.Hood.) ,; . ; . . . . . . . . . i j

Woman's Auxiliary, Episcopal return to college and those who at- ,I Piano solos, "Leselotte," and Ball's -- ., W. S.Coleman W. ? Rhan < > -
Chapter House. Program at three- "nd schools more distant will leave '"Bohemian" :Mrs.: Phillips.In 'j
thirty. today and Monday morning. I I response to a request from the THERE'S h REASON FOR ,.,
8 P. M.-Reception at Methodist Watermelon TreatA Castor Rev. Eleanor Gordon, for New
church to Dr. Ley and family.Mr. rare treat was enjoyed on New'I Year wishes and salutations, many VENEER CORES -
Lester Beeman's dance in honor Year's day by the family of Mr. Phil- I original thoughts were presented. SUN I TIOOF1 PATH .1
of Mr. and Mrs. Hoffman. lip Bunn, the keeper of the Orlando I The following was by Sarah F. $1.25Per ; -
Tuesday cemetery. The first watermelon of Walker:
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3 P. M. Sorosis Club, business the season was included in the menu I Strand I I Sold at gaining; in popularity ever) j
meeting, book review. for the first dinner of the New Year. To hitch my wagon to a star Up ,
Junior Matrons Card Club; Mrs. It weighed sixteen pounds and was j And wish for things that are afar, FIREPLACE CHUNKS AND QUALITY-THAT'S IT '
DeWitt Miller, hostess. luscious and sweet. | Doth not avail.
OAK WOOD We also handle a full line of Palntcre'Hangers'
"Auctioneers;" Mrs. Wm. Lege .V Methodist Dinner; Dr. Ley Treats For I might find my special star r
hostess. His StewardsThe I As out of date as wagons are Orlando Wood Yard Supplies. 20OOjRoll ;Wa -' I ]
Centa Medio Dancing Club. I new Methodist pastor and his To hit the trail. to go at cost price.: "_' ;
Wednesday family delightfully entertained the I I'd better make the haste that's slow, B. W. Kingsley, Proprietor
3 P. M--Unity Circle; Current :church board last evening by giving I And help my neighbors, too, to go, PINE STREET AND R. R. I ORLANDO PAINT T ANDIJAl\ PAP :.
Events, Mrs. Laubach. them a most elegant dinner. I I Than thus to fail Telephone 344 I i
Mendelssohn Club presents "Hia The feast included reason, wit and I To see the truth to lend a hand; 9-30 The Sign of the Sun Phone 261 205So.Oran&FRANK tr
watha," Rosalind Club.Thursday. soul, and most In clearer vision take
was thoroughly en- I stand
joyed. I As years go by.my . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . .. 1
Rosalind Club afternoon. Certainly Brother Ley knows how j I I have eternity in which I. ]
8:15 P. M.-Mercer Glee Club, at I *o win the hearts of his people, for : To find the star to which I'd hitch, ,-
Yowell-Duckworth roof garden. this elegant function was but one expression -i And that is why 1 t t It .
Saturday I of the many and varied evidences -' I'd wish to take a middle track.
of his happy way of becoming Content if when on looking back, A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL
3 P. M. D. A. R. card party, Red I 'I rt
acquainted and of having others be- The path I've madeIs
: Cross benefit; Mrs. S. A. Hudson, .
with his .
i hostess. come acquainted family.Mr. just upgrade.The
and Mrs. Rogers ReturnMr.
and Mrs David Rogers returned -I serving of refreshments and a I II Established 1886 1
D. A. R. MeetingThe last night over the Atlantic social pow-wow brought to a conclu-
D. A. R. monthly business Coast Line from their honeymoonsnent I j lien a most delightful evening's en-
j meeting 'vas held Saturday afternoonat in Jacksonville and Atlanta. I 1 tertainment.
the home of Mrs. S. A. Robinson, I
They are receiving congratulations j Round Table i
on North Main street. The election end best wishes from their many i The Round Table will meet at Unity CURTIS & O'NEAL
I
of delegates to the state conventionat
friends upon whom they stole a j Chapel on Sunday evening at 7:30
Tampa, February 4-5 resulted in march, being quietly married in Jacksonville I i[o'clock. Dr. Hood, the president, will ,
the following being chosen: The re- last Monday. j give an introduction to the study of
irentMrs.' Wm. R. O'Neal: alternate. Return to AtlantaDr. I the winter. His subiect will be. "The INSURANCE '
!\Mrs. John M. Cheney, Mrs. Anna L.: i Weldon Person retrrns to Physical Features of Florida. All LOANS :
Ford. Miss Antoinette Slemons will lanta today after spending the At-I interested are cordially invited. !
be recommended by the Orlando days with his people.
I i
Chapter as state secretary. The i
I REAL ESTATE RENTALS
Back
to College: ] THANKS
chapter will give another Red "ross
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Misses Minna Harris, Elbeth Mul-
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benefit card party on Saturday after-,i holland, and Siemens! will I
Dorothy I wish to thank friendsfor
noon, January 9, at the home of Mrs.S. my many
A. Hudson, on East Washingtonstreet. leave tonight for the Woman's College j. the help given my sisters and me
A fee of twenty-five cents I at Tallahassee, after enjoying a i I during this automobile contest, and
will be charged. There will be tables most delightful vacation at home over ,, although I did not get the car, I consider -
of five hundred and bridge. The program the holidays.. I I am a winner in the warm ,
this afternoon was very interesting i', College Boys Return 1 I friendship shown, which I value far
and instructive. Miss .Antoin- Messrs. Lee Newell and Bonnie I more than any automobile that ha FO RENT---Binalo 5 Rooms Furnished, South Main
ette Simmons gave a paper on Madamde \ Eeacham return to University of Vir- ever been made.
Maintenpn-Woman in Politics. ginia today. George Patterson will l-3-2t LAURETTA CRUX.OSTEOPATHY. Street.
The Mississippi Valley in 1800 was resume his studies at University of
discussed by Mrs. Alton B. Whitman. Pennsylvania in a few days. DeLaney -
Mrs. W. S. Branch gave a talk on the Way, Richard Yowell and Josiah Seven Room House, South Orlando.
Old Historic Places Around New York .Ferris, Jr., go back Monday to Geor-
City. The Orlando Chapter will be gia Military Academy, where they i
entertained at their next meeting on will study drill and exist until next DR. J. C. HOWELL l
January 30 by M-s. Lilla R. Dutton, June when the "good old summertime" I Osteopathic Physician and Surgeon Two New Five Room Houses South West Orlando. ;
Seminole Inn, Winter Park, who is a vacation brings them all home Kirksville Graduate
visiting "Daughter" from New York once again to continue the round of Consultation Free
state. merrymaking they have enjoyed this Office Cheney Block, Opp. San Juan "
Miss Warlow's Par>S- Christmastide. HoteL 1
Miss Helen Warlow's chocolataire Reception for Rev. Ley Office Phone 716; Residence 1018 I ,
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NOTICU: have Accepted agency for :: -
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and
Wilson & Toomer's fertilizers in S11ingles:
SENTINEL Orange county and will appreciatethe
patronage of their old customers
and hope to make new friends for this
firm. Their Ideal brands are too well -
ANTS known for any comment at my hands.
My experience as a grower of both
fruit and vegetables warrants we in
I I saying, as their agent I can be of
real service to those who have grove
The Morning Sentinel Want trouble. I am prepared to give tony
Directory is the Greatest Want patrons not only my own experience OIUL.ANT)( )
Ad Medium in Orlando. but that of the firm, which covers .
every detail of the citrus and veg-
Terms Cash in Advance. citrus Industry. II. C. McDaniel.
Phon, V08.EIGHTEEN.
RATES

For One Day __--_--_------2ot AND A HALF ACRESof Royal Cement Agatile Plaster and Perfection Lime
For Three Days ------______50c land on Lake Gntlin sixteen in
PER CENTON For Six Days ____ __ 7Gc ; -- .
333;
-- ---- -- five year old oranges and grapefruit; : -- -- --- -------- --- -
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For One Month __ S2.50
overlooks four lakes in .
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YOUR INVESTMENTand This rate applies on all ads of dition. Price $12.000. Nothing bet-
25; words or less. If the ad contains ter in Florida, unless it is the prop-
we can show you the more than 25 words the rate erty below described. .
and only. will be one cent per word for
figures, on one crop
each additional word for each in- F2&i
sertion.If .
STRAWBERRIESNow
you can't bring your ad to ROSSMORE: INN
the office No. 21. Ac-
telephone WinderemereNew
is the time to buy it
counts opened by telephone will be
and get the benefit of the income payable the following day. and Modern. Now open 1 Fi

at once, as the berriesare and ready to accommodate :
being marketed. Every Home-Every Business
now I guests.
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Every Man has for
use a
Local market has contracted Sentinel Want Ad. __ _ c 1 ,y C1 r -be. i i.i1I ;.
": for all the berries produced .i

until June 15, 1915. House Dr BuckmasterOSTEOPATH :
and Barn on the property. FOR SALE

Only ten minutes drive from I
town. Tract contains 20 FOP. SALE-12 pairs full blooded

acres all fine soil, also Berkshire pigs, just the right sizeto
roast at Chas. Kock's farm. 2itf Graduate of, Kirksville I:

Young Orange Grove Bearing I
FOR SALE-Om, seven passenger, 132 S. Orl.- Avenue :
Call in and we will show six cylinder automobile, 1 year old, ,

,. I you Orange the County.greatest bargain in unless first class interested.condition.Address Don't Bargain answer, I ABOVE E PEOPLES BANK !FHCHE5J8! t j 1915 HARLEY-DAVIDSON Horsepower 3-Speed Sliding Gear Transmission Automatic J
'are ot Sentinel. ll-U-H !
Handled exclusively by us. Mechanical Oil Pump Step-Starter and 66 Refinements. 275.00..


t. ORLANDO BUllmNG! ;C & LAt ND D CO I ;ireeent iiamnwk; FOR crop SALE land!of: -; oranges Forty eight in acres will prove be of;from fine the 'SOMETHING ifiCEI 1 W. WHITNEY WRIGHT 1 0r1 ndo .

.II. North Crange Avenue 750 to 1.000 Loxes; 500 trees all told, _
lake, .
: ready for setting-10 acres in I"I

PHONE 608 one and quarter miles from Apopka. I :I. _ ___ _ __u_ _ _ _
OPPOSITE SAM Price, $3,000. Address W. H.. Box I Two Beautiful Eua i inn) Lois
JUHOTELFRED U-23-tf ; 4tiriri ti 1 firdCf 'ttlt+ J"I"'IIIIII'I" ",I"I ." " " " 4440
l 178, Orlando, Fla.
B. DALE On South Oran; e Axt-nnt) :

C. H. BRYANT Lake Lucerne !
FOR RENT near > plrndid I'
t DAVIS A GILES. Counsel view of the lake :
P PERCJ3N, I oiily I
Contractor .
FOR RENT-Two unfurnished rooms.Apply SUB.TROPICAL EXPOSITION
blocks from business
22
001;\ East Central avenue, or :
jail phone 591. 1-1-Ct center nice big shade tr es

shrubber &c.. :I
FOR RENT-Furnished for light ) adjourning
MIDWINTER
! .f housekeeping, suite of large, sunny !lot... to one of the best res

rooms. Also two pleasant bed rooms. deuces in city.For sale by
Street.JEWELER Electric lights, bath, hot and cold
water; private family; close in. 312 WALTER W. ROSE
North Main street. 12-31-6tc
REAL ESTATE TJTQ, : FL_..

FOR RENT: -Large, pleasant fur Rooms I & 3 Watkins Block
nished rooms; in good location;
Phone
with private family; close in. 302 SS
r EXPERT WATCH MAKER North Orange avenue. 12-30-6t_ FEB. 9-13 1915EDUCATIONAL
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?"OR RENT Beautiful dwelling with
r Expert Watch, Clock and Jew- garage; elegantly furnished; on LAKE SITEfour II t

; elery Repairing a specialty. I ...ake Lucerne. Jas. A. Knot.s27tf .

: carry a fine assortment of solid Horticulture Floriculture Domestic
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-- Embracing-Agriculture, ,

: god! and gold filled Jewelery, SEVEN ROOM, new stucco cottage Arts and Crafts with exhibits of Stock, Hogs and Poultry,
Sterling and Commcnit Silver. one block from Eola park; com miles from Orlando, one ,

Prices very reasonable. mands H. C. McDaniel fine view of phone city.708.Price $5,500. mile from Post Office, Schools and the products of South Florida. Racing, Polo, Sports

and Churches and Packing AreoplansLectures and Entertainments of all kindsFor

FOR RENT -6 room house. with all House. On good road just one

CHAS. VATER modern improvements; furnished; mile from Orlando Sandford
1150 season 3 months. One cottage,
for light housekeeping, $30 a month. road.
JEWELER Room and board tor couple of tourists Surrounded by fine Groves; Virginia - Information or premium list, address I
$12 per week. Inquire Cooper
i PINE ST. Opposite Postoffice & Atha. 12-13-lm Pine Timber. Excellent WM. R. O'NEAL, Sec'y H. H. DICKSON, Prcs.miiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiniM. .
: Citrus Land with water protec-

i FOR RENT-Furnished rooms for tion and beautiful lake frontage

i Ight housekeeping; modern improvements . . S . ..& . .,. . . . .
; ; good neighborhood; rates _ _
t reasonable. Also six roomed modern Acres u.H
Sixty at
l I Business Directoryl! .louse for rent $20 a month. Inquire _
J06 West Central avenue. 12-29-Ct
ForBUSY 1 1 S20, Per Acre
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I FOR RENT-Rooms, with or without frJI
MEN. board; also rooms for light housekeeping .$ Y'ur o :.e

Who is your painter and decorator? ; several apartments from 1
E to 4 rooms each at reasonable
very
If hare you; if are not satisfied, phone keep W. T.the Entri one you priceInquire of F. L. Anderson, Thin:; ; and see
Ne. 636. 112 West Church street. Phone;):).
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., BUYERS AND SELLERSI iur' : : r' ,", STATE CO. r .
FOR RENT-Large, attractive room SPELi
Inquire No. 8 West Washington St.
buy, sell rent, and exchange real ll-8-tfc Wat it '< PHONE 504 I
estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla., y :
over 30 years. Have handled over Ii FOR RENT--even room house; wa- - . KINCAID I
20000000. Call and of B ii-i at
see me. ter, gas, electric lights, bath etc.; Special Xmas Sale
10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER.WE I ;'S.TD. stable, chicken house; lot 100 by
JOO feet. Apply at 735 North Orange GOH LtRRIAGE I
HAVE NOW READY FOR DELIVERY avenue. 10-31-tf & SNOWDEN
I Irish Potatoes, warranted ,--- .
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free from scab or ether diseases. FOR RENT' Small flat, modern conveniences -
Drop me a card or phone 708 and let unfurnished. Jas. A.
us talk over your requirements. I Knox. 11-3-tf I BAGG.\Gl\ i'AANSfER SALE PRICE $9c98
win make it to our mutual advan I i $20.00 BED ,
tage. II. C. McDaniel"DIXIE NICE. LARGE FURNISHED ROOM,
to adults only. 409 Delaney street. L.T. HARRELL, Prop.

10-25-tf Piano and Furniture Finished either polished brass or satine finish.
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WANTED Moving a Specialty
LIMITED"Between

FOR RENT-Furnished rooms; all 8 E. Church SI. PHONE 487 with all cash sales.
modern conveniences; close in. 114 We give coupons
East Jackson street. 1-2-3tc


Jacksonville, Chicago and St. Louis I FOR REFurnished, first rooms second fo-
I light housekeeping on :r
Reestablished and third floors; no objection to chil- -
January 6, 1915 '
dren over 12 or under 1 Year. 30
East Concord. Phone 380. 1-2-tfc 9 khie iii&I
Northbound Daily Southbound soeLow
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9:35 am Lv. Jacksonv'e Ar. '7:30 pm WANTED To rent willow cab and I
5:08 pm Ar. :Macon Lv. 11:45 am baby's crib.Irs.. Parke, Willols DR. L H. RAMSDELu
8:01: pm Ar. Atlanta Lv. 8:35 am hotel. l-l-3t OPTOMETRIST

12:18 am Ar. Chattan'pa Lv. 4:37 am i it..m (burceMor Iw Ur. H. r. LXH.OKLAMHI. ..._. !
-. ::) Ar. Nashville Lv. 12.10 am rVd:LX.ACIUIJ: :: in good neighborhood Priced Furniture'gHouse.Cor. .
:28 am Ar. Evansville Lv. 7:30pm : fine land; 10 acres in beir- to
6:35 pm Ar. Chicago Lv. 11:30 am ;ng trees; good lake protection; good WE FIT GLASSES. GRIND LtlllH"1! I
Florida
2:59 pm-Are St. Louis Lv.2:15 pm crop on trees Price $10,000. with AND DO ALL KINDS Mainland Pine Sts. Orlando,
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fruit; or owner will keep fruit, de- I
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Solid Train CompartmentObservation ducting $2,000 for same. Offered only RFPAIRT''CNEIL I
for reasons beyond owners control.
cars, Standard Pullman cars and .
coaches between Jacksonville and See II. C. McDaniel for particulars. .. --- ---- --- ----- ---- .
Chicago. Standard Pullman sleepers Phone 70S. McDUFFEE - -- -

Jacksonville to St. Louis.DINING Dr. F. F. Thompson THE OSCEOLASTEAM

CARS Dr. S. S. Jones Contractor! 2nd Builder!!!! ,

CHIROPRACTOR Bungalows a Specialty I DENTIST11S HEAT THROUGHOUT


tlantic Coast Line graduate 13 Yowell-Duckworth Davenport College building, ;17 phone and Arcade Build ing. OrlandoTo S. Orange Ave, over Curtis & Magnolia and Robicscn A\c J. \\'. IIORLEY. Manager f

and Railroad of the SouthKLAND 209. Intelligent people everywhereare O'Nears Store -' --
being restored to health chiro- Prevent
by Blood Poisoning I
Hours 8.30 a.m. to 5.30 p.m. IF YOU ARE LOOKING; for well
the is the
practic adjustments sciencef Now time
new apply at once the wonderful reliable to nrder CPIP I
.... D. P. A.. ..> eemAvinv the cause of dis. Ex- PORTEX-S AOT1SFFTIC HEALING OIL,..DK ut.Ccal Wednesday and Saturdays till 8 p.m ,I rooted orange and grapefruit: 70S.buds. FTNG'S ROSES. W. H. >-* .
Phone
dressing that relieves I see H. C. McDanifct
Florida. amination free. 12-24-lmo pam and beau I salesman.
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you join our Christmas Savings Club which is now starting.It .



costs nothing to join. You have everything to gain. You cannot lose a pennyOur


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 I 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 disbursed and
every-
the money will be divided among the members according !
to the clases they have joined. !: body belonging will receive the Christmas money. .


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I 2c. the first week and nevermore j i 5c. the first week and never 50c. or $1.00 each and every

than $1.00 in the final 'I more than $2.50 in the final week throughout the full club I

week, and have $25.50 for your I'I week, and have 63.75 for your time, and have $25.00 or $50.00 ..

next Xmas. I! next Xmas. for your next Xmas.In +



the 2c. class you pay two cents the first week, 4c. the next, 6c. the next and so on, saving two cents addi-

tional each week, until you receive the surprising amount on December 15th 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., accordingto

the class you have joined.


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STORY OF ARCHIE AND IllS see Archie again. lie found him INDIVIDUAL RESPONSIBILITYPress i:of cases any preventable disease --I

TROUBLE : eagerly watching for the baseball i overtakes you because you let it. But : H' .1

I score, war news or any other news Service State Board of Health. :1\ if you are its victim, it is a duty you

'Is Isolated From the Outside Worldon ,.from the outside world that he could The starting of the new year and !1 owe to the entire community to stop
II catch through his little instrument. the of the contagion.
| spread
Account of Fatal Disease I. the practice which still obtains with j i
When the visitor asked if there was I Keep your premises clean, the backyard
some good old fashioned people at''
anything he needed Archie said, "No, as well as the front. Screen : '
Archie was an average American such a time, of taking a sort of moral 1 YSP'
I have everything I need." And he the earth closet, keep the drains clean.
x>y. He went to school, enjoyed inventory, provides an excellent! occa- '.
hesitated and stammered a little and Screen your house against flies and wr
kites, marbles, balls and other sion for all good Floridians to see
then added, "Would it be too much mosquitoes, the carriers of contagion. _-
that other boys like. In va- what they can and should do for the I
lops trouble for you to send me an occa- i These are all moral obligations for BUYERS TO SHARE IN PROFITS
i days he worked when he could general welfare) of the state.
sional of one of the big health, and it is
copy maga- they protect your a
LOWER PRICES ON FORD CARS
"a job" to help his widowed The world-the great outside busy .
zines?" It seems a pity that the new moral obligation to avoid infection'and e
mother. When he world-begins with next door
was in the second our ,
law about amateurs makes his wire- disease. Your infection is an of- Effective from August 1, 1914 to August
year of his high school he got sick. neighbor, and for most of us it does
less station ineffective just at pres- fense against your neighbor. ;, 1,1915 and guaranteed against any reduce
Several physicians having failed to'' not reach very far beyond him. Each .
ent. |' The ideal community is the one in tion during that time:
find out just what was the matter ;;, of us actually comes in personal con- '
1 Now if every boy in America who which the welfare of all is the especial -
with him, an interested friend one tact with very few others. Our influ- Car $555.00Runabout
1 hears this story will send Archie a care of each. II j jI Touring -
day took him to see a celebrated phy-| ence is narrow and the real good we
card with cheering I Florida's Board of Health has been ;'
post a message 505.00 ..
sician. The physician made the start- do helps' only a few. We love to think -
Christmas would be happy indeed for I working for more than a quarter of ;i
ing discovery that Archie had lep-i i that we are doing big things, are I F. O. B. Orlando. AH ran folly eqaipped-
this bright but lonely boy in his solitary I-I ,'a century to make the state a better
osy> the most loathsome, the most making the whole world better but
to live in. It has I Briber we will be able t..bteie the maximum efficiencyin
alignant, the most hopeless of all prison. I we don't, we can't reach the whole place accomplished j oar factory production, and the aini... eort I la ...wpunhaai.
iseases. 1! If you were Archie wouldn't you world. When we die, a dozen, or a splendid results in the management j, .. and *ale department if .we r-.ch: an oatpat .,
just love to have bright, beautiful of preventable diseases, and in many I 500..01 car between the above date
The laws of the state in which he score of other's weep; a hundred per-i ..
hoald reach this production we agree pay aa
And we
litlte It is in
pictures and cheery messages other directions. working
ived were so very rigid regarding haps are sorry, and the rest don't the buyer'. hre from ft* .. $Ct per car (on or about
from other boys out in the great big these later years for better sanitary A.K*.t 1-IS1S to nUT retail buyer wbo parchaaea a new
eprosy and so, without a goodbyeo care because they didn't know our .
F.r rr between Aurut I. It. end Ar I. 11S
world? Send a post card and join in conditions, for the enlightenment of .
his devoted mother and to his worth and work. For farther part .la.* regarding; there low price*and proitSHfic -
the "Christmas Post Card Shower"for i the citizens in in which they I
riends, Archie was rushed off to a The path to big things, to large results j ways plan. *e!
Archie. His address is Archie | themselves them
help showing
may
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nely place called "Leprosarium, lies through faithfulness in little '
1 Thomas, Penikese Hospital, Penikese ''how to avoid disease, educating themto F. G. RUSH.
rovided by the state for such cases. ones, through the improvement of
Island, New Bedford, Mass higher standards of living. It
ere he will have to live the rest of ,: little opportunities that are so near Phone 22fiHammond
is life, shut out from family and to us that we don't see them. Few asks that with the new year a re-
( newed start shall be made and
iends and the big throbbing world IMMIGRATION CUT 45: PER CENT. i men or women, compared with the i j j a more
earnest co-operation in these directions
which he is so much interested. It great mass of mankind, are given big 1 -
shall be it.
as doubtless very lonely indeed for ::.: Aside From the War Industrial Conditions opportunities, but each of us may accomplish given
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rchie, especially at first, and he. Here Also Offereda something worth while if we -

[atched the big ships sail by and Check use the smaller chances close at hand. 1 DROVE MACHINE WITHOUT A

nged to have somebody to talk to. I i j i I. Floridians are lovers of their : LIGHT r

A few months after Archie was New York, Jan. Immigration state, they are proud of it, of its past |i The state law in regard to motor '

nt to this desolate place a friendm through New York this year de- and of what is to come. But most of |! vehicles, a statute that has seldom &QoreFUNERAL

"The Mission to Lepers" went creased 45 per cent., as compared them are neglectful of the opportu-, been used in this section because of

see him. After they had talked a ',: with 1913, according to figures an- nity to foster its greatest asset- the local city ordinances covering the

ile the little fellow said, "The hard- {,; nounced today by the commissionerof health. Nature has done as much- :' same ground, has been invoked by J. DIRECTORS AND EHBALHERS.

of all is not to be able to write to immigration. perhaps more-for Florida than for Viz.j I Beauchamp for the prosecution of

boys back home. I guess their ': During 1913 arrivals numbered any other commonwealth in the nation -, C. H. Hodge in criminal court. Mr. REAL VALUES LOW PRICES

'hers wouldn't want them to be 1,334,914 persons of whom 1,163,993 in this direction. This state Hodge was given a hearing before

ing letters from lepers. But I were aliens and 170,921 returning should have the lowest death rate and 'Judge E. Whitaker, waived examination I COMPARE

I could tell them about my wire- '| Americans. In 1914 arrivals were the minimum of disease among its and was held on $100 bond :

station." 'only 733,504; of those 573,675 were resident population of all the statesin for criminal court. OUR FURNITUREWe

agine the surprise of the visitorhe I aliens and 159,829 were citizens. the Union, but there is serious : The charge made against him is of i. I I

discovered that Archie, dur- !i The number of departing aliens doubt if such is the fact and it is due ,I operating a motor vehicle between (( provide the quality of furniture that baa long

his solitary confinement, had con- was greater by 37,818 than last year. to the people themselves. The whole sunset and sunrise without lights. j iI ji been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as thE

cted a first rate wireless tele- During 1913 381,063 persons left New body can not be strong if any part is i I The state law stipulates that motor standard of merit. If an article is here it is good.

__ Ii station. Of course when ther York; during 1914 departures were I weak. Florida as a community cannot i vehicles of all kinds must carry lights: ', It wouldn't here were it otherwise. We ca ,'t make

went home he saw to it thate 418,886. be healthful if its citizens; indi- not from darkness to dawn, but from this point too clear-it is one of the foundation stones

had what he needed to make Immigration officials and repre- vidually and collectively, do not work 'I I sunset to sunrise. In this case, however .. I of this business, and that means much to any buyer.

tation more complete, and so sentatives of the immigration aid societies for it earnestly and constantly. And : the charge does not affect thei ------- --------------- -- I

141 his station work that he was explain the decreaseasidefrom here comes in the matter of individ- I thirty minutes or so just after sunset,
McMtti & DAVIS BLOCK
f the first wireless operators in the war-as due to the curtail- ual responsibility. ,but later in the evening. According ,

world to pick up news of the! ing of work in the United States and If your back yard is filthy, it is a :to :Mr. Hodge, his lights went out. Cor. Orange Ave. and Church SL, Orlando Fla.

Titanic disaster. The wireless' to an effort by foreign countries to menace to your neighbor, as well as I An accident on the Sulphur Springs I

,tors on the passing ships have s restrict emigration by providing work to yourself. Your unscreened earth road, in which the complainant's J

e greatly interested in Archie at home and bettering the condition closet is a source of danger to all ;wheel was damaged and he was injured 6.

always signal to him as they of their working classes. about you. Your attack of malariaor on December 14, are the cir- -- --- - - -- -

I I Ii of typhoid or of tuberculosis I cumstances leading up to Mr. Hodge's TRY A WANT AD.

other\ day the friend went to [ Get the news in The Sentinel first threatens his safety. In a majority I t arrest. Tampa Times.





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5L'. .men me spy bowed gravely and from this mans brutality. YOU see I Happened since Hugo lx>o I I' these
Deque Cragged in civic
down, upon ber. pride, covered it with
stepped on the deck followed closelyby what a coward be Is. You see how he
: her back In the boat, recalled vivIdly
I discovered the
"Last when
night brotherly love it mask of velvet -
the captain of the yacht. does not d no"- gave a
said from the subconscious brain that
LUCILLE of Her voice was drowned In keg was empty. Loubeque reas- and a of steel and
Whispers the men growing louder the chorus suringly. "1 started working out our had attained ascendancy during that grasp calledit
came to her until she could distinguishthe of shouts that rose at the welcome reckoning. We are well within the harrowing period his tender nursing a BOOSTER; made him a lover of i

angry voice of Wetherell. lifted announcement Wetberell's shoulders fishing zone of tbe vast Tbere Is al of her his denial his stern self mastery fields and flowers and many sports, a <<

LOVE now In surly rebellion. Lucille shrank sloped still more, while his eyes darted ways a chance uf being: picked up when the blazing sun. the thirst believer in equality and justice, and
back against the wall from from face to face triumphant
visualizing cunning Don't fear Lucille. tbe hopelessness would otherwise have ever since these two were mortal man

the man's tones and the expression on ferocious. A faint booming sound She toilet I ttr.it..I\_ the effort only compelled him to give up the fight; and has had the of
privilege hid
his face. A greater horror than the rea<-tied out to them across the waters choosing
making her realize bat the beat was then the fishing boat., the blessed reliefof
The Girl of Mystery"MASTER waves came leaping to her mind. Hugo die wring their attention. Something:; paralyzing hi- facial muM-les. After water the breaking of the fever and associates.-Selected.

Loubeque was her ptotection from dark and round described a parabola that she sat 'i"_'.. till. enduring In silence consequent reptilrlng of burned out

this brute. She knew it was true. from the speck of a ship and leaped the uiiMldeiiing; hl"ltt. the worse nerve tissues the arrival in this house RIOTING REPORTED IN DUAL

And then Captain Wetherell stepped through the air toward them; came d thirst At times ?i'ir thought abe wouldbe and the spy's leave taking.A MONARCHY

2Jy the inside her cabin without tbe formalityof splash of water not 100 yards away a unable lu stand it longer that she cat and mouse game she playedfor London, Dec. 31.-The Daily Chron-

knocking closing the door cautiously splash followed by a cry of alarm. must rein b int" this endless expanse two days with the silent Chinese icle's Basel' Switzerland
PEN"yrlpht corresr dent -
behind him. hIS every movement "They're firing on us." of ocean crud drink: "drink that she woman nursing ber. The woman had

furtive, his face wearing a sheepishly Wetherell. heedless of tbe pointing must plunge <" ,-S iitintatV .side: and discovered the necklace and Lucille forwards dispatches from vanSuB
; ; 1914. An aoTta{ piftmrc leering expression. revolver In the hands of the girl allow h.. .. "'f wt"r fit |I... aTxitrlml or I knew she was constantly after It parts of Austria-Hungary purportingto

rights reserved by tie UalTerul FUa "What-what do you wantr sprang forward facing the puzzled her |MN\ Short periods of time there were show that rioting against the war

2aBBftctariflZ Compaay. whlcb It Immediately the question passed her frightened men. \b.l1t t-nii.f .iitU life ..Iltn-. hut night when the nurse wou'.d sleep lustily and is occurring in six divisions of the
this .lafexUar
mow eiUblnag prodactloa
theaters. lofrlaiemenU win lips she realized she had made a mis- "Mutiny!*" his great voice rose In aud star- front<< \vii! -u all Kindliness I then Lucille walked warily up and I dual monarchy. The dispatches say

ecateL take, that her tones showed fright. derision. "Mutiny now when you hear had fl,il) .: '.. LIi.-a" u \""ti1111t'! l iiinvsible | down the floor gradually regaining that peace manifestations in Vienna
be1101'08&1, pr twn .,.f tie I sl 1 nun longer Ix I I perfect of locomotion. That
"Don't be alarmed. he said softly. a girl lying to you! Mutiny now when r ubeque's power I were the
"I hare settled with Mr. Loubeque.You
CHAPTER X. need bare no further fear of him I one l I.Hia .:. tin": motion she half this strange country. It meant the charged the crowds wounding thirty

Mutiny! my dear." I ,\\ rose! then d.uIi! | HI sxvtfUj I from the i I ability to travel? to do anything she I persons and arresting many demon.

# Fear! Lucille felt a great yearningfor tlO 1\. the u.ilcrti< ir. Hur:;:; tier woling, pleased In her fight to regain the precious I strators.

was the sixth day out that for the the spy a need of his protection her. tapping; at ti.-r ears in "ui 'thi r first time she saw the man upon that lulled her senses to a glorious erty to her falsely accused sweetheartAnd '
even as a moment before she had rences are held daily in Budapest and
the deck In daytime. Captain sleep vi:<5.'iile>*. profound. Then I with the return of strength
thought it impossible to be in such similar have
reports been receivedI
Wetherell was scanning the sky. in a flash of sanity came tbe horrified I came a terrible uneasiness a great .
his brow clouded and his heavy jaw mortal terror of any one as she had face of the man who was: dragging her fear. Hugo Loubeque.tender though his I from Prague, Transylvania Agramand
been of and his
Hugo Loubeque crafty
thrust forward like an angry bulldog's. t} v back Into the boat Darkness blank. care of her had been. bad left Immedi- Salmation coast towns. The dis-
b
Lucille was standing beside the old manner. C Impenetrable slumber ,goblin hauntedsun ately she was out of danger and she I patches say there was a panic in Sa

boatswain questioning him and whil- "lIe understands who is master of and desert with mirages of water knew his motive was to seek the papers rajevo over the advance of the Ser

ing away the long sultry day by listen- this boat now. lIe attempts to give that receded before her lips that Captain WethereH had stolen. vians
and
that
hundred
Ing to the stories he loved to tell her. me orders to bribe me to force you to e s sIn I It was dawn of the third day that I a arrests have

She started toward her cabin. She give up some papers. to threaten me"- her delirium Hugo Loubeque( was the nurse slipped from the room slipped been made there in connection with a

heard a swift step across tbe deck and "What do you want of me?" Evenas constantly ministering unto her slightest out with a stealthiness that somehow I I revolutionary plot.

hurried the faster only pausing to look she spoke a thrill of conscious tri- want soothing; tier with tender sent a chill through the girl and II

back when she reached her door.A umph surcharged her as she realized ; words! veritable Goliath In fighting; ; I made her sit bolt upright in the bed. I SOME COLD SPOTS IN NEW

little cry of pity and rage came the tremble had left her voice. Pi.r back the hordes of imps that would then as the door closed spring toward j ENGLAND

from her lips when with an ugly oath. Wetherell halted uncertainly held have tormented berhv;, was be the chair beside the door. Tbe soft

Wetherell lifted his great fist and floored back by her charge. Then her help- by her side--always until mantle uf I patter of slippered feet upon the floor :I Some "low spots" inesterday's

the old seaman. Every womanly nessness gave him courage and he blackness completely reauied out and I without made ber stiffen with resolution | cold wave were:
moved closer. swathed her soothing her to untrue Barre, \'U 52 below Melrose' 3
impulse rose up within her at the outrageous as she hid herself so that the II ; ,

uncalled for attacks Forgetful "Want* be repeated, then with a bled slumber a !slumber disturbed but j 1 seemed a dream a nightmare. Hugo I below; Marlboro, 10 below; Worcester -

of her own precarious position for short barking: laugh. "I want the once and that when Loubeque stood ,) Loubeque silently grimly seized an 10 below; Manchester, N. H., 17
getful of everything save the pain of papers and I want yon." before her looking down at her with a I below
: oar. motioning her toward the second. [ ; North Cambridge, 4 below;
the old man upon the deck she start- He leaped forward, clasping here light of mingled happiness and triumph f J "We uin t get out of the firing ;1
zone. Mattapan Square, 4 below; Winthrop
ed to his assistance. when the door of about the waist with his great arms In his eyes-a look that brought a be said the Chinaman's stateroom slappedopen the right hand moving toward her dimly back to her the memory of certain I iUhlolll;: % ..n..ul1. she tgeutl.i | Highlands, 2 below; Somerville, zero;
as
\ and the occupant strode across mouth closing over the delicate lips things yet to be accomplished but .->! .u- the _.-.':11 oar she dltuust tug felt j Maiden, zero; Medford, 2 below; Wai-

the deck toward Wetherell and spoke and smothering her cry of wild alarm. which she had not the strength to com I .klliill' inw-,,..,' t'i.. spy I tham, 4 below; Rockland, 8 below;

with Wetherell in low tones of suppressed He sprans .lack with a low toned N t pletely recall a look so transitory that (Ontinacd in Sunday'. Sflttinrl I Attleboro, 4 below; Newton, 4 below: ;
when she fought her wide be i
eyes open
passion. oath of surprised Incredulity even asher Pittsfield, N. H., 32 below; Salem, 8
was and she was conscious of be- I
k The captain eyed the man angrily lori brittle laugh echoed through tbe gone below Hamilton 22 below
THE KNOCKER Danvers
ing in a strange place a black figure AND TilE ; ; ,
i a moment then turneiJ ud slipped| cabin. Slowly( a step at a time. Inch I i
rising from the corner then slumber BOOSTER j 12 below; Peabody, 10 below; Wen-
his back.. She Was Lowered Into the Boat.
away, very dropping like that by inch. Lucille forced the man toward I
once again. ham, 8 below N. Conway N. H. 41
r of a whipped cur. Lucille turned. the door. In smothering her ; ,
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enter her cabin but something caused screams he had freed her 'right arm we have a cargo of arms and ammunition -] Instinct forced her finally from the i When the Creator had made all the below; Milton, N. H, 38 below; Wolf-
in the hold for the Chinese rebels lethargic slumber the Instinct
commonto
the door to stick open a scant inch or and her tiny fist fighting against his good things, there was still some boro, N. H., 36 below; Rochester, N.
and a government warship is pursuingus I all higher forms of animals of protecting -
I *o. She felt an inclination to scream heating at his body had encounteredhis Mutiny now and put the man and one's treasure. Her bands dirty work to do, so lie made the H., 30 below; Sanbornville, N. H., 30

of for the aid. but who amazement at recognition revolver, which she deftly abstracted woman in command who hired me to I groped at her neck where a slight tug beasts and reptiles and poisonous insects below; Dover N. H, 19 below; Eliot.
man btcppvd into the cabin I
behind her softly closing the door held and bad pressed against his carry this cargo!" I had wakened her. Something brushed and when lie had finished lie Me., 26 below; Kittery, Me., 20 below;

her dumb. For. under the yellow coloring chest. "It's a lie*** Lucille voice was shrill across her hand when she forced her had some scraps that were too bad to Portsmouth, N. H., 10 below.
The Itlllt"rs i are quite safe where now. eyes open the figure she rememberedto
the made up slanting eyes, the put into the rattlesnake, the hyena
they are." she murmured sweetly the "Lie. is it? Very well. Where did I have seen in the corner was still I OTHER
Mongolian mask be had so cunningly the scorpion and the skunk, so lIe put MEMBERS OF PERUVIAN
glint In her belying the tones. squatting there, a figure that might
eyes
assumed fear loaning clarity to her pick you and Loubeque up? On the all CABINET TENDER THEIRRESIGNATIONS
1 let's how the men have been inanimate for the burning I these things together, covered it
vision she recognized Hugo Loubeque.and "Come captain; see same bit of land as the men know.If save -
have bullied like the sight of fastened her. Nervouslyshe with suspicion, wrapped it with jeal-
Instinctively troth hands clasped at you you he is your enemy, how did you two eyes upon
the little bag about her neck which now." happen to IK at the place where Ipicked fumbled at her neck the feel of ousy, marked it with a yellow streak Lima, Peru Jan. 1.-Further cab

held the precious i>ai(tf>rs. The spy Wetherell opened 1 his lips to curse I up the cargo? Tell them what tbe ruby necklace meeting her fingers and called' it a KNOCKER.This inet resignations, due to unsettled political

smiled at the Impulsive ,gesture.:: but there was an expression of icy determination I the Chinese government does to a sailor and puzzling her for a moment before product was so fearful to con- conditions, were announced

"You have guessed the reason for this on the girl's face in the I on a boat carrying arms and ammunition it started a chaotic chain of recollections template that lIe had to make some- Thursday. Fernado Fuchs ministerof

intrusion iliss Love. be murmured tense lines of her figure:; in the tremor- which cannot be accounted for. that finally marshaled themselves.
In semblance of order. thing to counteract it, so He took a the interior, and Colonel Abril,
gravely. The injure if you please.** 1 less feel of the guu against him that My brave men let this girl get you out
Out of the delirium of fever she sunbeam and put in it the heart of a minister of war, were the latest memo
The terror widened her biddine. when
eyes of the girl made him do ? Only of the nose you are running your
fo'jcht remembrance of all that bad child, the brain of a man, wrapped bers to lay down their
narrowed slowly us her gaze traveled he felt the cabin threshold beneath UN beads into. but don't bother me any I portfolios.ORLANDO'S .

from the indomitable face to the out- feet and knew another would *
step more" _ __ _ __ _ ___
stretched h.ind.: Her lips parted in a bring; him in sight of the crew did he Again the fatal booming sound from u

smile as she moved toward the door halt.It. the warship whose outlines were 11111111111111111111111111111111111 CM 11111111111111111111111111111111 11111111

and held it Open for him to leave. was a scant fifteen seconds the growing more and more distinct each ,

"Miss I.u ille." he continued. hK! man and girl stood there. their eyes moment; again: that splash followed i'

tones shari>er. "you must appreciatemy I challenging. But the eyes of Lucille quickly by a ripping hiss of air as a

forbearance toward you so far. It were steady determinedthose; of great cannon bail sped across their X

cannot continue forever. Undoubtedlyyou the captain. were truculent defiant bows. Tbe proximity of their danger
know my |nver. I.s it not star Wetherell flinched and dropped his
threw the men into a panic.11
tie you to find me in a jxisition of authority OWN ORGANIZATIONTHE
murderous' expression. Then he march- thoughts of injustice, of chivalry dis-
upon this: -"ht? It Is
nlw:1Y"1 i l'tl across the threshold and upon the appeared( instantly before the omnipresence -
so. Everywhere 1 tied
my a | deck before his men. while Lucille felt of tbe menace that threatened POPULARMENDELSSOHN
Forty years of my life have U-eu ent I I
in ( the joy of such a triumph as she had their lives. They rushed upon
ordering events so that such
ol"'tl-I never known Itefore. Wetherell in a body, pleading fairly
des as ;rOIl h.-ne em-ountered ,\"(. : l CLUB
at my eoimn.md Tbe paper, if you As the sailors looked up and saw on their knees,, for him to take command -
pleaj.e." Captain Wetherell sullenly marching !. and avert the disaster that was
under the impetus of the revolver in upon them.
She quailed before the lightning:; that: SINGS11IAYATUA'S
darted from his s oml'er eyes. Common Lucille hand they straightened and I Of them all he alone knew the position -

tense, the iiiMiiu-t for self preservation I' stared, ojien mouthed unable to believe of the yacht, the fine points of

everything urged( her to '.. Yet the evidence of their own eyes. navigation the crooks and turns of the
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when her bands sought:; her bosom the Gradually It dawned upon them that ocean in this vicinity. '

feel of the precious little; bag:; renewed J the tyrant the brntalizer. the man they Wetherell straightened as another A\ 4 WfDOI NG mAT

her courage:; lht'1" strength to meet I I all hated and feared had been sub- cannon ball hurled across the path of

his eyes with a courage greater even ', jugated. cowed by this slip of a girL the yacht His voice rose stentorianas

than his own assurance. j Whispers i grew louder, louder and she he whirled pointing a finger toward -- -------

t Her eyes held to his with an effect of | aught; the approval in ;be eyes that the girl. __

frightened fascination. It was the I I constantly: drew closer to her own anvil "Take that passengers:; revolver from THE

t. change in his tone the difference in his I she was surrounded by a cordon Rsailor. her. tiring the Chinese passenger on !

wording of the demand that told Hugo I deck. They must not be found aboard

Loubeque's patience bad been finally 1! Only through winning; the crew t* I if we are captured Lower a lifeboat Rosalind Glub House

frayed to the breaking; |oint. that craft her side could she maintain her posi from the davits and set them adrift

and diplomacy would be things of the tion. Racking away but still holdingthe I with provisions for three days and a

' past did she not relinquish the papers revolver level 1 upon the captain she cask of water.

p to him now. Yet duty love-twin I cast an appealing; glance about upon I Lucille felt arms about her, the pis- ONWednesday
t, tol whirling from her and rico-
shadows wraithlike yet of iron the men. grasp

strength-held her back from obedl-! ".FritlId.she whispered, then surprised I chettlng toward Captain Wetherell.who. .

ence. j at finding how low her voice with a malicious smile. pickcu it

Think. Miss Love think of our poj j was swallowed tbe lump in her throat up and thrust it in his pocket I

< sitions. Match my strength. b*ate ,I and continued bravely: "Friends. I am She did not protest-there teemed no

strength, against your own; measure: I Just a weak girl, and I need your help.I use!; for protest for anything. In a .
the strength of any one of the thou- have two enemies upon this ship. haze she found herself In tbe tiny boat i January that

; sands who implicitly obey me. Those One of them I was more afraid of than that was being lowered. As througha

waters tell no tales give up no ghastly anything or anybody In the world untila thicker haze she glimpsed the face

secrets. Think of that. Miss Love. I short half hour ago. He will do any- of fiago I-oubeque facing her. The ,

beg of you. then give me the little bag thing to steal from me some papers I creaking of the davits ceased and the

you rear about your neck." have rescued from him after he stole I tiny craft bobbed about on the bosom

His voice was full of pleadi:,f. yet them from my father. My sweetheart;, : of the waters. She did not move. It 8:30 _

his eyes held a death message which the man to whom I am engaged was she did not realize where she was p. m.

made her shudder. accused of the theft and lr"\'titt.'d. AndI stared about her perplexedly, tried to

Yoa seek to save tbe ones dear to haTe fought so hard to keep them*' Identify the gentle undulating motionof

JOT, child. You think we wicked. cruel Her voice broke a trifle, but she the bout the :soft sweeping soundof FIRST TIME IN ORLANDO

relentless, and I am all of these straightened bravely tears still glisten- the waters. Then her eyes met the

things. Forty jean ago I might have ing on her lashes. "I'm so tired-so melancholy ones of Hugo Loubeque.The Mr. Carr will sing Alexander von Fielitz' Cycle"Eliland"
done as you do Ih'lout al! the impulses tired of fighting." sun was beating down upon

of that time are dct* killed by I The murmur of sympathy from the them ferociously. as though it would
your father: alt the 10.n'r<< had ... of ten numbersAs
men tli l down I iM''re H still more foustiui tu<$e hardy iutru ersHer
the only love has been dead for forty menacing silence a silent. that broke head ached when abeould have

years killed by your father: all the ambition before a shout from one on the out- spoken she found her tongue swollen

of that time of youtt. the happiness skirts of the (..rtwdo11 eyes were her voice thick her lips parched.

of hope the pride uf fathe. ;find, is turned in the dim-tiou of his minting "Water please." she !stammered only 250 chairs will be placed in th e Gab House, only 250 Tickets will
dead has been tlcs*.l for f.t"ea.rs.. threat
linger. and from out tw smoke
then glared in horror at the international be sold.Tickets .
killed by your father General $uuipter spirals that seemed tw tome from the spy's downcast face. Loubeque

Love. And you-you think that 1 would other side of tbe ocean rose slowly side placing
moved carefully to her ,
stop at violence to prevent your thwarting majestically, the thin outlines of n his hands upon her arm. on sale Monday Morning at 9 a. m., at Estes'
me; you think I would trade those huge boat. The girl scenting disaster **
said gently.
"There is DO water. he
forty years of hate for the faint splash from that sight read it on the sneer- Store. Price $1.00
-In their hur.\ they put an t'mptkl"": Drug
ef a girl's body on the waters of this ing face of her victim.
great waster m the built it i... tie test wf Uie. Uii
"But I am more afraid of your captain .
The while his *** dear. Try not to think of ittry"Ill' FIRST
tones lower they SERVED
grew men. she cried. her voice thrillIngly I FIRST COME
carried a vibrant thrill that struck at vibrant "lie came to me in my I did nut tSi.Nb for the pity within
him at her brave btruggle:: not to show!
her very heart. His ttl"was u"aity as, cabin and demanded the papers lie
her fear, her pain. Her lips trembledas
with passionate pleading she lifted her threatened me. seized me In his arms
eyes to his. l UucU.tiy tae rvvuJed she. tried bravely to smile. then.
and tried to make love to me. lie did
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beque frowned as Captain Wetherrlljoined ] Her bend ached maddeningly
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o TRA SPECIAL! AFTER NEW YEAR'S' G9EIT CLEARANCE E SALE -EXTRA SPECIAL! ._1


Bleached and Turkish Bath Towels

Brown Muslin Hemmed Heavy Weight

10 yds for69c. At T"E BIG STORE 1Sc quality


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great annual event so eagerly] looked forward to by all economical women. Never in our history

have we been able to offersuch remarkable bargains. After a very successful season the time has come

to reduce all our winter stock to its lowest limits. Every garment and every piece of Winter Goods in

our store must go. Here is th.e offer that will make clearance short, sharp and decisive.




Sale Starts Saturday January 2nd _


LASTING TEN DAYS


Hundreds of other bargains not in this advertisementeoor1d


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Ladie's Coat Suits and \ All Ladies' and Chidrens' Ladies' Skirts at Half Price Clearance Sale ofLadies ",
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Wool Dresses---Halt Price Coats at Half Price Sweaters
$5.00 Skirts at $ 2.50
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$6.00 Skirts at $ 3.00.
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$10.00 Coat Suits at ----------$ 5.00 $2.50 Coats at ---------------$ 1.25
i $7.50 Skirts at --------------$ 3.75
$12.50 Coat Suits at ----------$ 6.25 $3.00 Coats at -------------Q 1.50 $2.50 and $2.75 Sweaters at ---$ 1.98
$8.00 Skirts at ---------------$ 4.0 0
Coat Suits at $ 7.50 $4.00 Coats at $ 2.00 $3.00 Sweaters at $ 2.25
$15.00 ---------- -------------- ------------

$18.00 Coat Suits at ______o____$ 9.00 $5.00 Coats at _______________$ ?.50 $9.00 Skirts at --------------$ 4.50 $3.50 Sweaters at ------------$ 2.89

: :: $10.00 Skirts at -------------$ 5.00
$20.00 Coat Suits at _________ $10.00 ; $10.00 Coats at --------------$ ,00 $4.00 Sweaters at ------------ 3.19
$12.00 Skirts at 6.00

$25.00 Coat Suits at ____-i_____12.50 ; $12.50 Coats at _,------------$ 6.25 -------------- $.oo Sweaters at ------------ 3.98
$15.00 Skirts at 7 50
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Coats at $ 7.50 $6.00 Sweaters at
Coat Suits at $15.00 I $15.00 4.48
$30.00 ---------- 0 -------------- ------------ :;

Coat Suits at 17.50 $20.00 Coats at 510 00 Great Reductions in Evening Wraps, $7.50 Sweaters at 5.48
$35.00 -------- I -------------- Evening Dresses and Silk Dresses.Maraboa ------------

Coat Suits at $20 00 !i $25.00 Coats at $12.50 -- $8.50 Sweaters at $ 6.48
$40.00 ---------- ------------- Neck: Pieces at H -If--P nee ------------

Coat Suits at $25 00 i $30.00 Coats at 15.00 $15.00 Sweaters at 9.98
$50.00 ---------- -------------- We are showing a beautiful line in all -----------

. Coat Suits at $30 00 I $35.00 Coats at $17.50 the eystyleswill, they are all listed to go.. ;eaters at Q 11.50 r.'
$60.00 ---------- -------------- and --------- 1


1st Floor Dress Goods Department I 2nd Floor Juvenile_Department -I j 1st Floor Men's Department MEN'S ODD PANTS a
------- -- -- BOYS ROOf GARDfN THEATRE -
CLEARANCE SALE OF i
CLEARANCE SALE OF ALL WOOL I SUITS [ CLEARANCE SALE OF MEN'S $3.00 Pants at --------_______52J30 "
GOODS I I I SUITS $3.50 Pants at _________$2.73
DRESS - --- ----
J $3.50 Boys Suis at ___________$2.63 I j I MONDAY NIGHT -----===-=-- = $4.00 Pants at ____$3. :3
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$4.00 Boys Suits at :__________$3.00 I j I!$15.00 Suits at ____________$10.751.50 Pants at ____________-$373
42 45 in.inch Stripy Wool Crepe Crepe, $$1.00 1.25 quality79c quality69c $4.50_ Boys Suits at ___________$3.38 I Imp Drama,two reels I I$1 8.00 Suits at ---____________$12.75; $;-,.00 Pants at ---_________$3.95
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45 in. Gabardine, $1.50 quality___98c $$;G.OO.00 Boys Boys SuitsSuits at at -------- _____$4-50$3.73 |, "Three Men Who Knew." I($20.00 Suits at ----_________$14.73 $6.00 pants at -------------$4.73 1 j,
54 in. Broadcloth,$1.75 l.t '
qua .. y$6. MEN'S HATS
00 22.50 Suits at -------------$16.75 i
38 in. Crepe and Albatros, wc. ____________ Sterling Comedy ___
Boys Suits at 6.38 I $1.50 Hats at ------------- $L15
quality _________________Bc$8S0 $25.00 Suits at --------______$18.75OVERCOATS .
Suits at $7.50 $2.00 Hats at \ $1.50
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$10.00 Boys ---------- His New Job. ---------- .-
45 in. Wool Taffeta, 85c quality59c
$12.00 Boys Suits at $9.00BOYS I $2.50 Hats at ----------_-_ $L75puality
56 in. Beaver Cloaking $2.00
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Nestor Drama I. $d 00 Hats at ------------- 225
___ ______ $L29
-- -- HATS. $15.00 Overcoats at Hats ___________ J
: $10.75 $3.50 at $%15
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54 in. Camels Hair Plaids, $2.00 50c and 60c Boys Hats __________3ge "The WIdow Last. .
quality ________________$1.29 75c Boys Hats _________________49c $16.50! Overcoats at -------__$11.75 $-I 00 Hats at -"-::---"- -:0$3.2.

54 in. Lambs Wool Cloaking, $3.00 $1.00 Boys Hats _____-______69c $18.00 Overcoats at ---------$12.73 MEN'S SHIRTS .
quality _________________$1.98 $1.50 Boys Hats ____________"98c Pay a visit to our Soda Fountain and Lunch- $1.00 Shirts at _____________"__,__83e
One lot' Wool Dress Goods, value $2.00 Boys Hats ___________-_$1.48 I eonette. Admission Free until 6.30 p.m. $20.00 Overcoats at --------$14.73 I I$1.50 Shirts at ____________$1.19
up to $1.50, your choice for48c $3.00 Boys Hats ______________$1.98 Admission, Nights, Children, 5c., Adults, lOc. $22.50 Overcoats at ------__$16.75 I$2.00 Shirts at ----------__$1.69


First Floor Shoe Department 3rd Floor House Furnishing Department

Sale in Foot GROCERY DEPARTMENT.-lst Floor '
Money Saving
Clearance Sale of 1 Blankets t

wear (for Men Women and Children LOT NO. 4
LOT NO. 1
-- -- -- 1 Can California Peaches, value______25c 3 Cans Lye Hominy, value__________40c and Comforts
SHOES FOR MEN
1 CanCalifornia Apricots, value______-25c 2 Cans Cindarilla Peas, value35c
$6.00 Shoes, C. H. Aldens, sale price$1.p.9 1 Can California Pears, value ______30c
$5.00 Shoes, C. H. Aldens sale price$3.79 3 Cans Tomatoes, value ____________30c
$4.50 Shoes, A. W. & \\T'., sale.PrIce__$ .-18 1 1 Can Can California California Cherries Plums, ,value value I _-_-_-_-_-_25c 30c 2 Cans Corn, value ________________30c $1.75 COMFORTS FOR ------- 1.39 1
$4.00 Shoes, C. & A., sale price --- $_.98 '
$3.50 Shoes, C. & A., sale price_____$2.79 $1.35- $1.35; $2.50 COMFORTS FOR ------- 1,89SHOES

Tan, Gun Metal FOR Patent LADIES and Kid 4 Cans Montarosa LOT Corn NO.2, value _______80c 4 Ibs. Extra Fancy LOT Peaches NO. 5 value ____60c $3.25 COMFORTS FOR ------- 2.69 .

$6 Shoes, Wichert &Gardiner, sale$4.S9 4 Cans V. C. Early J. Peas, value ____60c 3 lbs.Extra Fancy Roasted Coffee, $1.05 $7.50 COMFORTS FOR ______ 5.98 "
$5 Shoes, Wichert & Gardiner, sale$3.98 _
$4.50 Shoes, Red Cross & Drew, sale $1.40 $1.65 $10.50 COMFORTS FOR 7.98
price ______________________$3.33 LOT NO. 3 LOT NO. 6 ------
t $4 Shoes, Red Cross & Drew, sale __$3.17 5 Ibs Lump Starch, value ___________40c 1 lb. Cream Cheese, value ___________25c $1.50 BLANKETS FOR ------ 1,29
$3.50 Shoes, E. P. Reed, sale price$2.79 7 Bars Lenox Soap, value ___________35c 2 Best Macaroni, value ________30c -
pkgs.
$3.00 Shoes, Landis, sale price _____$_:;,_9 1 Bottle Blueing, value ____________05c 2 P k gs. Mothers Oats, value _________25c $3.00 BLANKETS FOR -______ 1.98
One Lot Ladies Shoes and Oxfords, $1.00 6 packages Pearline, value ----------30c ,
- -- 2 Bars Ivory Soap, value ___________lOc 6 Cans C. Cream, small, value _____30cHISSES 2.98
AND CHILDRENS SHOES _______ ______ $4.00 BLANKETS FOR ------
1 eel. starch, value _________OoC 2 pkgs. Shreaded Wheat, value 30c
One lot Misses Shoes, sizes 2V, to 6, -
reg. $2.50, $3.00 and $3.50 Shoes at$1.9S $1."5 $i-:1 $5.50 BLANKETS FOR ------ 4.68 +
One lot Children Shoes, sizes ll1/ to 2, -
at ________-:___________________$1.98 Your Choice of Any Lot For $1.00 $9.00 BLANKETS FOR ------ 6.49
One lot Ladies Felt Romeos and Slippers -
$"000 BLANKETS FOR 16 79
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regular$1.50 and $2.00 value$1.19 4



2nd Floor Millinery Depar'tUntrimmed i 2nd Floor Millinery DepartExtraardinary II ]


I Hats I! Th e YOWELL-DUCT/WORTH CO I Ladies'Trimmed: Sale I Hats of !i' &


Your choice of
I Your untrimmed choice of shape any it ;I I trimmed Hat In any the ;
$ .9B store, value $$5.00
I .up.t
I value up to $8.50 Did It." :
s! for : ,. Orlando's Largest Store, Quality. $30.00 for . ;
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ISSUES AN INJUNCTION : ....

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Judge Perkins at DeLand Issues i

Temporary Order Restraining j
W. A. Slauter From
Engaging in Business I!
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A very novel and interesting case i i
was argued before Judge Perkins i

DeLand yesterday, in which the atI j I I .' -'.... '.:-':.:. ,....
of Fergus & Rogers plumbers of this .'. . :
city, as complainants, sought to en-
join W. A. Slauter from carrying on
the business of plumbing in this city
Slauter having sold out his plumbing .
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business and good will here last .:: : :" 1914Almost ( 'i. :
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March
to complainants and agreednot .: .
A THRIFTS NATION IN 1915. to engage in that business in Or- :
lando for three years for himself or .
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for another. Gone!
The complainants were representedby
One of the great lessons that come to Messrs. Dickinson & Dickinson of Was it what it shonlJ have been?
this nation out of the European struggleis this city, and Messrs. Massey & War-
a wonderful lesson in THRIFT.We low, also local attorneys appeared for .
.
defendant.The
have come to realize as never be- court decided that it was suffi- '
fore the importance of "providing for the ciently shown that Slauter had violated lUll H9HS
future-"of being ready." his contract in working for the .
Orlando Plumbing Company in whichhe
Having a Savings Account-depositing
claimed he had no interest and issued -
< often-living within one's means, an order restraining him from Almost Here! .
avoiding reckless spending-these are engaging in the plumbinb business in

worthy habits that, sooner or later, pay I Orlando another in any as day manner laborer, for himselfor helper, ::1 II II II 1 Let's make it the brightest, I

excellent dividends. servant, until the further
agent or the best !
ever
Open your Saving Account, cultivatethe order of the court.
habit of THRIFT. One Dollar will
start Mr. and Mrs. Louis Koehne have I ir i I 1.
you.
arrived in the city from Milwaukee, .i Start Right? '
Wis., and are registered at the San .

The State Bank ot Orlando Juan.here who They are have pleased a host to see of them.friends By banking with this purely home ; :

institution which stands : .
:
The Orlando Auto and Supply com- .
pany has been notified by Dodge Bros. -:11: II It IL for everything that is for the ; a
that the new 1915 Dodge car will

positively be shipped to this city ; .'. welfare of Orlando and its citizens :: '.. .,... .....:;
within the next two weeks.
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I Mr. and Mrs. Francis Childs arrived -I .
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yesterday on the Tampa Special .': J;r.>: );
LOCAL AND PERSONALYesterday To Methodist Sunday school people: from Cincinnati, Ohio. They are I .
First Sunday is "Missionary Day." I here for the purpose of enjoying life i
Please bear it in mind. Superintend I in the best inland town in Central : ., ;. '

'. iness a fine and trade.all was of the a good merchants day for reported bus- ent.Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Furen of Se- Florida. ::1 i : J : t' -

attle, Wash., were among the arrivalsin D I t J r D t J D"- :

Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Palmer of Win- Orlando yesterday. They expectto I .-- <- -' J -....'- .
remain until April. '
dermere, were among the visitors to
Orlando yesterday.Mr. : .
Mr. and Mrs. J. Allen Smith have : :
and Mrs. W. N. Fuller, of Dayton returned New York from city.their They visit will to friendsin spend I I I(;. : 'I ; -':, ',' ,' , , , .r. u"'h>"; < ;" -1 1I

Ohio arrived yesterday to spend the winter season in this section.Dr. I -
the next two months in Orlando.
I
Cecil Wright, a former resi-
Mr. and Mrs. George Barr and dent of this city, but now practicing -
daughters. Miss Mamie and Miss Annie in Richmond, Va., is in Orlando on a
have returned from a three days visit to relatives. I
trip to Daytona. Miss Katherine I I" More for Less
Light
I Money
O'Neal accompanied them. The trip I
Fire Chief Dean tried out a new
was made by autoombile.FOR horse yesterday which has recently I
been purchased to take the place of I
one injured a few days ago. 1
The Mazda Electric Light Bulbs
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. McMichaci, of !
Baltimore Md., were among the arrivals -I
L SALE I in the city yesterday. They I i
came in on the Tampa Special yester-I I SAN
day afternoon. I PHONE 20

Prof. W. E. Bell, of Fort Pierc.e.I I
and County Superintendent J. W. JUANOur I
Hodge, of St. Lucie visiting
2300 acres of unimproved / county are -
with Dr. and Mrs. A. D. Bell, of I
pine land fine West Church street.. All packages delivered promptly day

truck and fruit land, big
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. R. Cunningham
portion of it has clay of Detroit, Mich., have arrived to I or night, no extra charge.McElroy .
spend another in Orlando and
season
marl Cafe and Lunch Room
and su 'soi1. Situ- are pleasantly domiciled at the Wil- .
lola for the season.
uate on County road are run for the general

within miles of
seven Wilson and who have
Capt. family
public. will the
They get
Orlando been living on Lake Ivanhoe, have re-
*A. moved to the residence lately occu- '
will pied by J. P. Holbrook on South West same attention as our
| acre buy
street. Mr. and Mrs. Holbrook han s PharmacyAGENTS
the propo- removed to the McAuley bungalow on house guests, so don't hes-
54.405n Anderson street.A. .
'"cinch" i
as a itate to come in. We will

tment. This C. Starbird and family of Apop
ka, motored to Orlando yesterday.Mr. be as pleased to see you in I
is for sale.
price quick .
Starbird, who is one of the coun-
If want this land ty commissioners, will be in Orlando the Quick Lunch as in the -
you tomorrow to attend the first meetingof

call onS.E.Bolive at the the court new year house.of the commissioners!' Cafe. A small order will _ _______ __ ___ ____ .____ n__ _"'"

receive just as careful attention -
I CARD OF THANKS (.

as a large one. We
I We wish to thank our many friends
& SonREAL 'who so loyally and successfully cooperated will not expect you to or- '
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'I with us in the great Lucerne I NEW YEAR GREETING valume of business from eaeh. The
j theatre automobile contest. Again der more than you feel past year has been particularly indic-
ESTATENo. To Our Friends: ative of their confidence in the
. I thanking you, one and all, and wish- I that you want or can af .I' That increased prosperity and hap- Strength and Security of the Orlando
3 WEST PINE STREET i ing you a prosperous New Year. !. piness be the portion of every citizen, Bank and Trust Company.
i Miss Harriet Dorsey Hand and ford. Its to I is the New Year's wish of the officers For our part, we are exceedingly
Second Floor Mr. and Mrs. II. E. Hand. up you. I and directors of the Orlando Bank eager to mark the New Year with ,
and Trust Company. even greater Service to every one. :
l22tcHAVE I Prosperity for you, for us all. deVe are continually studying specific
- pends largely on mutual confidence, needs of the locality with this end in
I and we believe that confidence in thispw.. and our officers are always glad I
I semi-public Institution of Service has to discuss financial matters from the
YOU SHIPPED THAT BOX OF FRUIT BACK I made it a powerful co-operatlve force .lcwpomt of Responsible Bankmg. r
HOME ? in safeguarding and developing the To wish our friends all the benefits
i f Let us do it for you. I interests of every individual in the of Responsible Banking for the New I
Year is to Wish them Happiness and
I community.
Miniature Orange box for $1.00 prepaid. I That our patrons likewise believe Prosperity in full measure.
f 10 lb. package for $1.35 prepaid; 20 lb. package for $2.00prepaid. I this, is best indicated by their ever Cordially yours. I j
\ I increasing numbers, and a growing ORLANDO BANK & TRUST CO.

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