The morning sentinel
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Title: The morning sentinel
Uniform Title: Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 6 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando Fla
Creation Date: December 12, 1914
Publication Date: 1913-1918
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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oclc - 34297093
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Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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at Notable Lawyers Appear at the
Many Leagues Represented BONDS SOLD
the Conyention-Large Trial-Mrs. Thaw Sat for

Berlin via London Opinion, Dec. 11.-It is BRILLIANT COUP BY THE BRITISH Fund MembersMr. Subscribed by INFUIilATIONJF THE LUNGS Three Hours Testimony Listeningto TOLEDO FIRM TAKES AMOUNTWork

officially announced in Vienna that
the fighting continues stubbornly in I Counter Attack of Brilliance : and Mrs. W. R. O'Neal, Dr. M. Think Bulletins Are Dispatchedto Washington, Dec. 11. Mrs. Wil- to Be Commenced About
Russian Stafford and Mrs. Mahlon Gore liam Thaw, mother of Harry Thaw,
western Galicia. Over 10,000 A. January 15 1915-Progress
prisoners have been taken. Causes Germans to Surren- returned yesterday afternoon from Quell Fear of Populace sat for three hours in the United ,

der Trenches After Pensacola where they have been at- -Other Notes From States supreme court today listeningto Made: in Hillsborough

Russians Battling Hard tending the convention of the Florida Europe arguments for and against herson's County

Berlin, by wireless to Sayville L. I., Holding Them Equal Suffrage League. They hada liberty. Former Secretary of

Dec. 11.--The latest report of the delightful time and reported the Copenhagen Dec. 11.-According to State Knox represented Thaw while The improvement in the financial
Paris, Dec. 11.-Attacks of unprecedented -
fighting around Lodz, shows that the meeting to have been very beneficial. Kaiser's fever former District Attorney Jerome rep- world has made it possible for the
I Russian resistance there is by no ferocity were directed by the I The following dispatch is from the latest report resented the state of New York. I Board of County Commissioners of
I Germans against the allies' lines in has decreased slightly and his tem- The decision will not be handed
means broken. The new Russian positions I Pensacola: Orange county to sell $525,000 of the
12 15 the of the Fla. Dec. 11. Last night t perature is now 101. The diploma- down for several weeks. As the mat
on Miazga, only some or region Ypres today, onslaughts I Pensacola, $600,000 Orange county hard road
miles eastward from Lodz are dem- i being repulsed. Reports the entire amount pledged, which was : tists generalyl do not believe, as stat- ter stands now it appears likely that bonds, and the community may now

onstrating that much is yet to be .I from the front state that the attacks ""I $500, was all subscribed, which is a !! ed in the official German bulletins,, the court will order Thaw's extradition i be assured that by January 15, 1915,

done before the Russians will be considered I are evidently in the nature of a screen matter of extreme gratification to the that the Kaiser is only slightly ill. to New York for trial on conspiracy paving work will be commenced upon

definitely defeated.In to cover the retiring movement in the : delegates and local members. The : They think his condition is very serious but if he is confined to Mat- I the roads in this county.Mr. .

these circumstances the battlesin I largest amounts were as follows: and likely that inflammation of teawan as a lunatic and not tried the M. O. Overstreet, chairman of

the vicinity of Lowicz gain added I rear.Official statements from the war Ii Pensacola Equal Suffrage League, the lungs has already set in. conspiracy charge can start a new the board, is very well pleased with

significance. If the Germans succeedin I office report that several attacks have $200; Mrs. W. R. O'Neal, $50; Dr. M. '; fight for liberty by habeas corpus' the progress that has been made.

breaking through here the posi- t been made, three of which were completely I A. Stafford, $50; Mrs. M. A. ore, $25; j VETERAN WINTER RESIDENTS proceedings.TO "The county commissioners," said

tions of the Russians behind Miazga 'I repulsed. The Germans succeeded i Mrs. J. B. Perkins, Pensacola, $25; Mr. Overstreet yesterday, "ha-e made

may be untenable. The German col- I! in taking the outer trenches Mrs. A. C. Reilly, Pensacola, $25. G. II. Tinklepaugh and Family Are WORSHIP AT GRAND a satisfactory sale of 25,000; of the

umn advancing on the right bank of at one point on the Ypres Salient but f In addition to the above many ; Again in Orlando After Six $600,000 Orange county hard road
the Vistula stormed Przasnysz and : contributions in amounts of $10, $51! Months in N. Y. State Services of Presbyterians Will BeHeld paving bonds whereby the county will

captured 600 Russians and some machine brilliantly and $1 were subscribed, quickly mak- j at Grand Theatre Sunday get par and accrued interest, sellingthe

guns. On the left bank of the I in the day, expelling the invaders and ing up the desired amount. : Mr. and Mrs. G. II. Tinklepaughand Morning and EveningIt I bonds to Hoehler' Cummings &.

l river the attack is continuing. East I reoccupying the pits temporarily lost. I The appointment of the following sons, Irwin and Duane, arrivedin Prudden Co., of Toledo, 0.

of the Mazurian lakes the artilleryduel I The remaining attacks of the Germans committees Wednesday was an important Orlando yesterday afternoon on becomes necessary for the con I "The check for $6,000, formerly put

continues. i were not carried through, the part of the day's work: the Tampa Special from Sodus, N. Y., gregation of the First Presbyterianchurch !up will be paid upon presentation.

Germans halting in their advance Resolutions Mrs. W. R. O'Neal, of where they have spent the past six to move to the Grand theatre This has been confirmed by the Sec-

SON HAS TYPIIOID FEVER after reaching a point near the i Orlando chairman; 'Mrs. W. Thompson : months. They are now numbered until they can get in the new church ond National bank of Toledo, upon

trenches of the allies and withdrawingunder of Milton; Miss Fannie Kehoe, among Orlando's veteran winter resi- building. Sunday school will be heldas whom the check was drawn.

O. N. Newton's Son Has Severe Fever a terrific fire from their supporting 'Mrs. J. B. Perkins, Mrs. Walter In- dents and have many friends who are usual in the Sunday school room "The contractors will be ready to

but Hopes Entertained for I artillery. The war office graham. pleased to see them in their home, 409 of the church. The announcement is I start to work as soon as they are no-
Rapid ImprovementMr. I states that aside from repelling the I Credentials-Mrs. J. B. Perkins i ii East Church street.WANTED thus made of the change of place for tified by the commissioners, which

I attacks of the Germans around Ypres, i chairman; Mrs. A. E. Reilly, Mrs. the preaching services so as to pre- I will be about January 15, 1915."
O. P. Newton, a well known I the allies are able to make progress E. Saunders. E.I FOR PERJURY. vent any confusion. A most cordial The paving contractors who will do

; winter resident, writes from his homein in the direction of the enemy's trenches i Press-Miss Celia Myrover invitation is extended the public to the work are the Alabama Paving

Providence, R. I., that his son is I at several points along the whole son, of Pensacola, chairman; Miss : I Deputy Sheriff of Manatee County atetnd the services at the Grand both company, of Birmingham; the R. M.

very ill with typhoid fever and for I front. Elizabeth Askew, of Tampa; Miss Comes to Orlando and Returns borning and evening next Sunday. I Hudson company, of Atlanta; and the

this reason he and Mrs. Newton can Frances Anderson, of Jacksonville. I With Hull I Southern Paving company, of Chatta-
not come to Orlando for their winter: The following leagues are repre- I

visit until his son has recovered. If CIRCUIT COURT ADJOURNSTwentyfive sented in the state association: Pen- Deputy Sheriff Brown, of Manatee' WRECK ON A. C. LINE nooga.Progress in Hillsboro County

he does recover, they hope to bring sacola, Orlando Women's and Men's county, spent several hours in Orlan-
The board of county commissioner
him along with them to remain until I leagues, Miami, Winter Park, Lake ; do yesterday, returning last evening yesterday sold the remaining $500,00d?

he regains his usual strength. The Cases Were on the : Helen, Pine Castle, Milton, Zellwood, I with S. P. Hull, wanted in that countyfor Trains Attempted to Pass Each worth of its milloin dollar bond issueto

many friends of Mr. and Mrs. New- ; Docket but Only One Verdict ; Jacksonville, Ruskin and Tampa. i iI perjury. Other Yesterday and Result ; Otto :Marx: & Co., of Birmingham
for $490,045 which is a little better
hear that the is
ton hope soon to son
Rendered-Session Was Injured Passengerand than ninety-eight per cent. and was
out of danger and on the sure road to I Excitement I considered a fine price in view of the

recovery. I I Disappointing- I PENNSYLVANIA MAN HERE: STAINED GLASS WINDOWSPresbyterian t financial European conditions war. When resulting the from commis-the

'' The circuit court has completed its Passenger train No. 80, northbound sioners offered the bonds for sale just
work for the fall term and Judge J. I W. P. Beeber, President Orlando' Church Will Hold over the Atlantic Coast Line thirty days ago yesterday the highestbid
was ninety-five and all bids were
-, I I W. Perkins and Court Water and Co. Visits i iCityImprovements due in Orlando at 1:41 from Tampa,
Hundreds of Americans Leave Europeto Stenographer : Light Congregation on First ,ejc :e < Tid new advertisement made.
+i C. G. McCrory left yesterday morn- atCompany's and a switch engine attempted to The pi ice secured by the board yesterday -
Partake of Yuletide Sea- i ii
:! ing for their homes in DeLand. I Service Sunday, December pass each other in the yards yesterday ; was just $105 less than re.cehe't -
son in U. S. A. ,:, i Office jj j 20th afternoon, with the result that 'or the first $500,000; worth of
Twenty-five cases were on
the is;?u v which was sold during normal -
London, Dec. 11.-Americans who docket, but only one verdict was giv- !j W. P. Beeber, of Williamsport, Pa., they; crashed together at hte crossing I Ion bus're'''' conditions.Mr. .
the in en. C. C. Holly, et al., vs. D. W. Cur- president of the First National bankof i The Presbyterians expect to wor- South street. Hackney was asked if he
intend spending holidays
America will sail within the next ten I rie, damages, $12,000 decided in favor that city, and president of the ship in their new church Sunday, November Several passengers were badly thought that the county will te ableto
: construct full system of brick
days. On Wednesday the Baltic sails of the plaintiff, damages allowedof Orlando Water and Light company, i 20. The floor is all laid, the I shaken up and W. G. Shellnut, en roads as originally planned, which
last for his home route to Atlanta, had his right leg
$245. departed night means about seventy miles f f brick
and on Saturday the Adriatic, whileon pipe organ is being installed, the en- i
Judge Perkins will convene courtin after a few days visit spent in Orlando -; injured and was carried to Dr. McEwan's i ca.k.l He i eplied that the work done
the 16th the Lusitania departs. It trances are being placed! in to date has been done than
I proper sanitarium for treatment, Dr. ; cheaper
Seminole county on the second with Judge J. M. Cheney and fam-
is asserted at the Cunard offices that originally anticipated, and that there
4 the big liner will carry a surprisinglylarge Tuesday in January 1915. The first ily. Mr. Beeber looked the local company ;', condition, and the seats: will be installed McEvvan being the local surgeon for I las been a saving of $18,000 from the

number of Americans who are session of the spring term of the circuit over and found it to be in ex- some time the first of next the company. price which the hoard had figured it
: court for the seventh judicial circuit cellent condition. lIe expressed himself i week. Two beautiful stained glass The pilot on the passenger train would cost. .\' hluJh many of the
anxious to be at home Christmas.
roads have been built wider than
I will convene in St. Lucie county i as well pleased with Orlando, was wrecked and beyond delaying I I was
windows were put in on the north originally! planned, he believes that
: in March. Court will not be held in which looks betetr to him every time traffic for about an hour, the damage the full system can be constructedout
i ion
THE WEATHER I side The central window
II I Orange county until about May. i he comes. yesterday. did not amount to very much. of the bond issue. The brick road'rom
Florida: Fair Saturday and prob- The Orlando Water and Light com the same side will be placed in a Balast! Point to Port Tampa is
ably Sunday; rising temperature. i : I I short time. It is said to be very in addition to the roads as planned
iI >riginally. Tampa Tribune.FIREYESTERDAY .
I TAX ASSESSORS ELECT Beautiful and contains several sacred DEATH COM WOMAN

I vated. The interior has been tastefully figures.A '
WILSON SAYS "STOP"Executive i I i painted and the new ceiling MORNING

Arthur Butt Returns From artistically tinted. New electric lights suggestion: Toilet set shaving Esteemed Elderly, Resident Departed -

Jacksonville After Attend- I of the latest inverted pattern have set collar box, shopping bag picture, Life Thursday

Says That Firing ing :Meeting of Tax : been installed. New gas and electric fountain pen, work basket, pillow top, Funeral Services to Defective Flue Causes Fire but j

Across Border Must Stopor Assessors equipment is placed around the office cut: glass music bag, lap tablet, Bible. Be Held Today Quickly Extinguished by J

Action Will I I I for the convenience of the pub- Lots of nice things at Curtis & Orlando's TrustyDepartment :

!i tic.I D'Neal's, Orange avenue.
I Arthur Butt, tax assesor, returned I :Miss: Henrietta van der Laam died :
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11. President A defective flue in the back of the 1
Mexico City, Dec. -
has been attending the Florida British Victory Is Greater Than Schuur, of Conway,. at midnight
Wilson issued an ultimatum that the fireplace in the home of G. A. Don-
association of tax assesors. Thursday, December 10, 1914, at the
firing across the border at Naco must nelly, COT East Anderson street, yesterday J
of 63 and 9 months.
The officers age years
of the association for
both the Germans In Southern Waters at 11 caused
cease immediately or contending morning o'clock
tbe Miss van der Laam was born in I
Mexican factions will have to coming year are: I the fire department to be summoned j
S. E. of i Gronigen, Holland, on March 11, 1851,
Sparkman illsborough
the ultimatum Ito I the and the blaze.
take the consequences, and had been in America for the past scene extinguish
being delivered to Gutierrez today by county, president. I The first squadron action, off Coro-I I and men. three I The[ flames ate their way through the
Alfred Ayer of Marion county, nel Chile Nov. 1 I II The years. vail the second
Silliman. : second squadron action, off to floor. The fire
first I Burial will take place at the Con-
Gutierrez promptly telegraphed vicepresident.W. British losses-Good Hope arm- : Falkland Islands, South Atlantic way cemetrey today. I company: made a rapid response, and
:Maytorena: to suspend the attack on II. Hall, of Brevard county, sec- 'ored cruiser, flagship of Admiral Sir Dec. 8: hundreds of people surged to the re- ,

Naco is this is necessary in order to ond vice-president. 1 Christopher Craddock, 14,100 tons I German losses-Scharnhorst, armored dence. About $75 damage was the
prevent further shooting across the George J. Boswell, of Citrus county 900 officers and men; lost with all on : cruiser, agship of Admiral Von PRINCE OF WALES PROMOTED I r esult. 1 1I

border. vice-president.. board. Spee, 11,600 tons, 764 officers and
Enter Upon New Policy Leonard G. Hitchcock of Duval Monmouth, armored cruiser 9,800 I men; lost with all on board. Valiant Boy Is Promoted .to Full I :

Washington, Dec. 11.-The text of county, secretary. I I tons, 655 officers and men; lost with Gneisenau, armored cruiser, 11,600 Lieutenancy of the Gren- JOIN< THE ARMYELEVEN

the protest by the administration sent J. F. Jaudon, of Dade county, treas- I all on board. tons, 764 officers and men; lost with adier Guards
Wedensday night to Gutierrez and
Carranza shows that Wilson and Bryan urer. Glasgow protected cruiser; badly more than 700 of complement.

have entered upon a new policy --- ----- I damaged; casualties unknown. I Leipzig, light cruiser, 3,200 tons, London, Dec. 11. The Prince of More days left for Christmas
with respect to the firing across the of this: government to tike such stepsas I German losses-On Scharnhorst 297 officers and men; lost with more Wales, second lieutenant Grenadier
Border at Naco. Here the text of hte may be necessary for the protec- I and Gneisenau together, eight killed, than 250 of complement.Total Guards, has been promoted to a full Shopping. Bargains readynow. l
order as shown by the records of the tion of American lives by the
is employ- f I six wounded. German losses, second action: lieutenancy. This announcement is Shop early. Read the
war department if
those in authority ment of a force as must be re- I .
are unable to prevent the fir- quired. This is done not with the Total British losses, first action: Three ships 26,400 tons; 1,825 offi- made in the list of army promotions Sentinel Advertisements.
ing across the border it is the duty view of aggression, but of defense. I Two ships, 23,900 tons; 1,555 officers cers and men. 1 issued tonight.

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f tjf: +9+ f 4].. Jj + + IN THE WORLD OF LABOR I!

The International Hodcarriers, FINE ICE CREAMS AND ICES .,
.Building and Common Laborers'
I Candies== Union of America has been success
oJ:. + ful in affiliating two large local i
F unions in Brooklyn, N. Y. The aggregate -
NORRIS membership of these organ- Telephone 664. I
t izations will number over 1,000 and
+ + is a splendid acquisition to this or- f
I and PARK & TILFORD ganization.
--- and we will deliver I
During the last year the eraningsof your
the members of the International
'tf + Typographical Union have been over IOE OZE ZEIbvr % .I
: $61,000,000, which is $4,000,000 more i ,
I than in the preceding 12 months. In

+ Our big line ofXmas +' bers five years of the the organization earnings of the have mem-increased For Sunday Dinner 'I

by almost $21,000,000. The
member for the
average earnings per

t s Packages *l past year have been- --$1,042. New York Ice Cream my Specialty. i

I Ii tory England inspectors has, 55 but workingmen their functionsare fac- Philadelphia and Fancy Ice Creams to 0 rder
be in
i ,[will soon limited, their salaries low and

J +, that their of status regular entirely inspectors.different Prussia from, ......Wholesale and Retail, Bricks or Cans.....
France and Switzerland have no such
I inspectors as yet, and there are onlya
Creams in Stock
I few in Austria, Belgium and some Neapolitan Always
k oJ:. of the German states.
.J. Give us your orders, we will .
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f 9 deliver them Xmas Day. schemes England that are will busily be at agriculturallyuseful work on =- :EI: :EIOEFLEE:
and the time furnish
F at same

F r I work employment by the for war.those The thrown largest out and of Residence 205 Liberty St., Corner Mariposa i":
most important of them all is the organized -
drainage or the LincolnshireFens. Around the Corner. Prices Reasonable. '
The plans for this work are Factory
r : not :yet fully developed, but even in
their present stage they will requirethe .....-.m- QA. ""

ETEPHAM P Y YF t months.Before labor the of 20,000 railroad-0-- men telegrapherswere for three r

F + .... to 18 organized hours per, day they, 365 toiled days from in the 13 TENS' REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD
year, for wages as low as $18 per
t month in some instances; some few
r PHONES positions of great responsibility paid
L"- t as high as $60 or $70 per month. COOK WITH GAS \
since organization, the working hours
f have been reduced to a maximum of
ff 61 and 95 nine hours per day, and in many instances -
f an eight hour day has been
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secured; minimum wages have been
increased to $55 per month.

f There is no regular--0-- apprentice system 1. Convenience 6. Speed
in Belgium in the metal industrynor
t $ "1"HARRfSUNS' any stated period for serving as 7.
t apprentice, which depends entirely on 2. Comfort Efficiency
the manager. The boy begins at some
simple work and receives about 25; 8. Safety
cents per day while serving his ap- 3. Cleanliness
prenticeship. It is never the customto
pay for the privilege of learningthis 9. Perfect Regulationof
trade. 4. Simplicity
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The Cardiff, Wales, municipal gov- .
HOUSEHOLD ernment has adopted the small dwell- 5. Accessibility
ings acquisition act of 1899, which authorizes 10. Economy
the city to advance money
for enabling residents to acquire the
PAINT ownership of houses in which they
live, provided the value of such house
formost.ey.erylhingEasy does not exceed $2,000. Threefourthsof
the market value of the house and 8. SAFETYCould
lot will be advanced, to be repaid by
-1 to use. installments spread over a period of fuel be safer than GAS? Hardly. .
... 20 years, the rate of interest being 4 any
Easy to buy. per cent per annum. There are no sparks to pop out and set fire to the kitchen floor; there is

1,000 BRITISH SOLDIERS FREEZE no chance of explosion; there is nothing to leak on the floor and flame up when

Small cans. FEET someone carelessly drops a lighted match; there are no flues to burn out and set

the house afire; there are no wood piles or coal bins with their constant danger '
16 Colors and London, Dec. 7.Officers invalided
to house.
home from the front state there are your
ALL GOOD. at present about 1,500 British offi- GAS the safest of all fuel to use and this fact can easily be proved by reference

r cers and men suffering from frozen to the records of fire departments and insurance companies.The .
Wears well. feet in the base hospitis in and about
Boulogne. use of GAS spells SAFETY.

Looks well. Fully 1,000 of this number must
have one or both feet severed, owingto
4'' ; the deadening of the nerves, which
I What more makes futile all attempts at treat- ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO.
ment. Chilblains and frostbites have
can you ask?
,, been depleting the ranks worse than
:'1 It bullets and shrapnel, and once a GAS DEPARTMENT .
man's foot is frozen he is through, as \
far as fighting is concerned, for the
SOLD 13Y .
rest of the war. "From the time I 1Co. .
arrived at the front, three weeks ago
Jos. Hardware Co.
until I arrived at the hospital last
night, I have not been warm for one
ORL AND 0. moment," Capt. Ballantyne of the

territorial said to the battalion correspondent of Royal at Scots Lady Th Fl ri R al E IllY
ilMUMMMMMMM- Islington's hospital in Mayfair.We a mm tID nt .

are in favor of the giving of

REAL ESTATE useful inventory presents of on what Christmas.others gave Afteran us Capital $50,000. Fully Paid Up. .

.. of a useful nature in past years we
.... have decided to pass them on. The Incorporated In Florida; :Therefore Under State Control,
assortment thus to be sacrificed includes -
.. gorgeous neckties, too small
house slippers, bathing suit, football' ,
We buy d sell all classes and kinds of Real Estate. : flannel
shirts, hunting knife, adn

If you want to buy or sell the earth it will pay you to call : numerous other articles of a nature 11/E extend cordially invitation to Investors and
most worthless. We are going to do a
and talk wishes with unto others as they "did" us.Ex.T. .
your over us. :
I fl Property-Holders to call at our office, to learn

The manager of this firm has had years of exper- :. C. Brannon, of Orlando, was in the most progressive and conservative methods.To .
the city business
yesterday mis-
ience dealing in Florida investments, having sold over a : on a
sion, registered at the DeSoto hotel. protect your interests this Company aside of their ..
million dollars worth of Florida Real Estate in the last : Mr. Brannon's town is reputed to be
.. the livest inland town in Florida and financial strength, give Bank Gaurantee whenever our
two years. : it is alreday filling with winter vis
.. itors. The city is famed for its beau- clients demand it. Enquiries by mail promptly an-
We are well posted on the value of all classes and .:. tifully landscaped suburbs and its

multiplicity of lakes.-Tampa Tri- swered.
kinds of Florida property. We want listed with us all :
.. bune.

bargains in Real Estate, and we want customers for Real HENRY BENEDICT PresidentOffice
Mrs. Cameron Mann, of Orlando, is ,
Estate Bargains. the guest of Mrs. M. E. Gillett this

week, and while in the city she will Phone 570rr.
visit several of the Episcopal guilds. over Peoples National Bank.
Mrs. W. E. Dorcester is enjoying a
visit from her sister, Miss Phyllis
WARING REAL ESTATE COMPANY\ Carnes., of Bradentown.TampaTimes. .

Rooms and 6 R.Watkins D. FARING Block Manager"I Phone No. 6311115tf = FIRST BARXARD AUTO CLASS Phone161 FOR&REPAIRING-HIRE SON Sentinel Want Ads [tat Results

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PLUNDERING FINANCING Eat Eat what all you you want.want. I 1

JAP FEELING ISTRIFLE Take a postscript and forget it.
For sale by all druggists.

. l 1onia1 Hin HAS_PASSED NOIJ.VXI3Whereas : l-7-d&w-lyr GRANDTODAY

BAD the holders of a majority In interest -
SO SAYS SENATOR-ELECT of the capital stock of McNair Lumber
Company Orlando Florida hare petitioned
HARDING OF OHIO BE- the Circuit Court for Orange County. Florida
for an Order solvinir said corporation;
RELATION TOWARD BRIT- FORE R. R. MEN Now therefore, pursuant to the Order of
the Hon. James W. Perkins Judge of saidCourt
made and entered on November 24th.
a high-class development in the ISH STRAINED DESPITE .914. all parties at interest are hereby cited'
to appear before the said Court on the 26th
ALLIANCE lIe Believes Railroads Are Enti- day of December. 1914. to show cause if any
prettiest section of the city. Is they can why said petition should not be
tled to an Increase in granted. "BY WHOSE HAND
only nine blocks north east. Witness the Honorable James W. Perkins. ,
GRIEVANCE IS MATTER OF PRIDE Rates-Quotes From Judge of said Court this November 2';th. 1914
Sidewalks all the way. Has HistoryNew 11-28-U-aats Clerk Circuit Court. Orange County Fla A Lubin special feature complete in two parts.

several new houses under con- Fault Found With Having Brit-
York, Dec. .-"The argument -
struction. Has water, gas and ish Join in Blockade of I has never appealed to me that ACREAGE FOR SALE

electricity. Is in the highest TsingtauCriticiseUnited we ought o prosper our railroads for "
States the specific purpose of promoting general -OXOMDOSANFORD- "The Lonesome Trail
point in the city, being 28 feet prosperity," Senator-elect Warren ,

G. Harding, of Ohio, said in an
Selig comedy.
: higher than the business sec Tokio, Dec. 11.-Japanese feeling address before the Railway Business I .

tion. toward the British is not altogether Association here tonight. "It seemsto

kindly these days, despite the alli- me more important to prosper our AT A SONG

ance. The adverse criticisms of the transportation lines as a simple matter -
British in the vernacular press are almost of fairness and justice to this

as numerous as the reflections most important single agency in our Sixty-five acres of best rolling pine "THE NEW REPORTER
([usually unjust) on the United States, modern lives. land ,
suitable for citru trees andall I
C Colouial l Hill the Orientals insisting on making the I "I believe that the day of plundering field crops; within sight of railroad A Biograph dram ,
latter out to be actively proGerman.The I financing has passed. I should station schoolschurches. MUST BE

grievance against the Britishis like to proclaim in the same breatfthe SACRIFICED. A fine location for a
a matter of pride. This same pride passing of railroad-baiting less nursery.

may force the empire to send troopsto inspired by public good than by per-
Price Terms A
Europe, for Japan is now rapidly sonal profits and political gain. It per ere HEAR

I is on the market. Prices rang- entering a state where she is sup- has been a great stunt to hammerthe Spot Cash $20 per acre
posedly engaged in a world war and railroads.

ing from $350.00 to $600.00 per yet finds her army and navy idle. "The drift is toward the sober, sec- "
The is hurt becauseof The Biggest Grove ValueFour "THAT ORCHESTRA
Japanese pride
lot. Costs nothing to see it. For ond thought. There has been an excess ,
the subordinate position the nation rail-
of commissioning. The best
miles from town, good road
further information see has taken in the war, for which they I way knowledge in all the land ought choice citrus location. We have a fine Just naturally]] the best four piece combinationin
hold their allies, the British, respon-: I
1 I the Public service oughtto
to light way. ,,,10 acre piece with five acres in fine I
sible. I be the impelling purpose, unheeding bearing grove. The other five is all the South Hear them play, "Play Pictures,"
The Osaka Mainichi, for instance,
public cleared and the whole piece is
hauls the English over the coals for believe it is the opinion of nine- Fenced. There is an old house on
limiting the operations of the Japanese ty-nine of every hundred thinking the place. Price $35oo.REAL .
fleets in the Pacific. If the Jap- people that the railways of the coun-
CARl DANN anees war ships had had a free hand try are entitled to an increase of ORLANDO ESTATE CO. Always remember that THE GRAND is the

in the Pacific, argues the writer, Brit- rates, and would gladly see it granted. ,

ish commerce would not have sufferedas Joseph proclaimed the warningto Watkins Block PHONE 504 bestHEATED
it did from the depredations of the
lay by an abundant store duringthe AND VENTILATEDTheatre
would be
Emden and Pacific shipping
seven fat years in order to be
safer at the present moment. prepared against the seven lean years. NEIL McDUFFEE
Far fetched as it may seem, the Egypt prospered wonderfully there- in the city.

Christmas writer goes on to take exception to by. The wisdom of Joseph holds goodto Contractor and Builder
the action of Great Britain in sendinga
this day. railways oughtto
detachment of troops to join in the Bungalows a Specialty
be able to earn enough in the fat
Almost Here attack on Tsingtau, ignoring the Jap- years to be prepared to carry on their Arcade Building. OrlandoBEST
anese lives which must have been
vast improvements in the lean years
saved thereby. which inevitably come." 5c--
: The Japanese newspaper ridiculesas SELECT OYSTERS, 50c. Quart

Give us order for unreasonable the idea of sendinga Waldecker Fish
your Co
few British soldiers to assist the ,
RAISINS great Japanese army, which needed FOR FISH AND OYSTERS -
------- -- -- -
no help, while drawing on raw recruits --- ---- --- -
i Phone No. 5. 206 Boone StreetP.
FIGS in England for the campaignin WHITE SLAVE TRAFFIC DE-
PECANS France. M. and W. O. COX
ALMONDS For the same reason, fault is fownd CREASING SAYS ATTY. 1023tfSANDBO THE OLD RELIABLEDANN'S

ENGLISH WALNUTS with having British ships join in the I GEN. GREGORY

BRAZIL NUTS blockade of Tsingtau. Disgust is expressed -.
the idea of unit of
MINCE\ MEATCRYSTALIZED over any lie Has Several Recommendations -
GINGERWe the Japanese navy taking orders froma
carry a full line of Xmas eat foreign power, and it is intimatedthat for New LegislationMore B. D. WIENENGA, Prop.
the Chinese will feel a certain Peonage Two Compression Starter
ables. contempt for their Oriental cousins
XMAS PRESENT under these circumstances.Then Cases

Send a Box of Fruit to your friends. ish diplomacy, too, the has Bainichi ben placing thinks Brit-un- MADE ESPECIALLY FOR FORDS Livery, Draying and HaulingWE

Only $1.35 express prepaid east 01 bearable limits on Japanese dip'.o! Washington, Dec. 10.Interstatewhite
>Rocky Mountains.Give macy. The general disposition of the slave' traffic is decreasing as a Will Start Any That

us your order now. Japanese contented seems with to English be growing speakingraces. less result of federal activity, Attorney Can be Cranked] I GUARANTEE GOOD SERVICE

V r The treatment of American General T. W. Gregory states in his
topics in the public press is even annual report made public here to- One sharp pull from the
more senseless than the criticisms of day. For the fiscal year ended June seat turns the engine over
CARUTHERS & GORE Great Britain, while the Germans AUTO AUTO BUS AND TRUCK
30 last there were 435 white slave indictments two compressions. ,
complain that Americans are hostileto
them, the Japanese persist in accusing and 357 convictions, com-
the United States of doing all pared with 322 indictments and 266 T.'ial "QUEER SHAPED .WHEEL"
Driving for Eight Ten Solicited
Mew\ Modern Grocenr they The cnn American to aid the government Kaiser. is said convictions bureau for the of year investigation preceding.The has. Does ;lit. Country or

to have purposely permitted the Ger- HORSES FOR SALE
man cruiser Geier to stay longer than had an average of 41 anti-trust in- See the Sandbo
Phone 200 the law allowed at Honolulu, and it is vestigations pending each month as
said that Americans in the Philip- compared with 36 the preceding year 'Phone 257. Orlando, Florida
pines are secretly supplying German
vessels with coal. There were three times as many indictments FORD GARAGE
6 and 8 East Pine St.
Despite the impartial tone of most in peonage cases. ..--..
American journals, the Japanese be- "Violations of the national bank- --
lieve the Americans highly incensed __ _____ __ ___ __
are -- ---- ---- ----- ---- n n u
ruptcy act have become so numerous -
at the seizure of the Marshall I -
ORLANDO and the Caroline islands.It and so flagrant that special attentionhas sates
I I will be a long day before this been given to them by the inves- il
unfriendliness of the press toward tigating agents," says Mr. Gregory.

America disappears. "Approximately three times as many I

PLUMBING CO indictments and twice as many con- Do not worry about your .

,. EDISON PLANT BURNED victions have been obtained as were
had during 1913 in cases in which

26 WEST PINE STREET agents of the department were en-

PHONE 122 Inventor When Suffers Mail Plant$7,000,000 Goes Up Loss gaged."Difficulties in dealing with cases and .

-- of fraudulent impersonation of gov- Plumbing Sewering
in Smoke-3,000 Out
ernment officers emphasize the need
Best at Low-
Plumbing of Work for penalizing the use by detective

est PricesWe agencies, collection agencies, and the
West Orange, N. J., Dec. 10.-Fire like, of the names 'United States,'
are not in the combine. destroyed virtually the entire main 'National,' 'Federal,' 'Secret Service. ,' I
SLAUTER'S latest inventions usedon plant of the Edison company, here 'Bureau,' or 'Division of Investigation We win do for you and you pay when you

all firstclassPlumbing Wednesday night, causing damages ,'** says the attorney general.

estimated at nearly $7,000,000, with The attorney general has several get ready

Construction insurance that, it is expected, will! recommendations for new legislation.

reduce the loss to approximately Jibe would have the laws prohibitinga ,
$5,000,000.An railroad from transporting freightin

Real Estate Boughtand entire square block of modern which it has an interest redrawnso j

:Sold. were reinforced supposed concrete to be buildings fireproof, ,which was not incorporation.that be defeated the ends lie by of calls clever the statute attention systems could of to Call on F. JOSEPH RAEHN PLUMBINGand HEATING CO. j

burned out by the flames. The only the curious fact that while it is a
----- building saved in the block was the crime to assault, beat or wound an of- I
ficer of the United States 1
City Building Lots, $100; $1.00 cash laboratory building, containing valu- engaged in
serving or executing process, it is no
and $1.00 per week buys a Lot able scientific machinery, under the federal crime to kill such officer un- j Cor. Graves and Irvin Streets t
RENTS COLLECTED. direct; supervision of the inventor, der the same circumstances.The .
Thomas A. Edison. Special efforts to attorney general asks to have i
Notary Work Promptly and Neatly the right of search extended so as to
Done. save this building were successful.It assist in runnig down swindling ad-
is estimated tha 3,000 men and | vertising frauds "working great hard- I ORLANDO =
women will be temporarily thrownout ships upon the credulous poor," which
N.P.HATCHERORLANDO of work by the fire. In all about depend on the mails for success in i
7,000 persons were employed at the their nefarious operations.
,FLORIDA plant, but as the storage battery, Jlr. Gregory renews the recom-
across the street from the main plant, mendations of previous annual reports d w-i mo.-i 1-15
Office at Pinehurst Parks was saved it will be possible to keep that limitations be put on extravagant -I
P. O. Box 281 something more than half the forceat attorneys' fees in bank-
lOSE 403 10-8-lm work. Three firemen were injured ruptcy cases and that the charges in
and taken to the hospital. such cases be more definitely fixed. I __
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For SaleBeautiful
Florida Sentinel .
South ( W S.'Branch) & Coleman Entertain Fifteen

MORNING AND WEEKLYW. The man who contemplates Painters and Decorators Thurs!

M. GLENN .....................Editor matrimony young had better pause and con- day Night at StoreW.
W. C. ESSINGTON Baiinm Manager F
sider. The new stamp tax law requires -
-- ---- Lake Front Lot
Entered at the ix toce at Orlando. Florida a ten cent stamp on every
Clasa Mjtil Matter. R. Rhan and W. S. Coleman Owner needs the
u Second marriage 66x200. mon-
SUBSCRIPTION RATES certificate.0- proprietors of the Orlando; Paint and SATURDAY Y SALE .1

Daily. 1 Year ........................ 15.00 PeddlerA Wallpaper gave a luncheonfor ey and will sacrifice for only
Daily. 6 Months ...................... 2.50 company
Daily. 3 Montba ...................... 1-25 New York city milk peddler has about fifteen men Thursday night.D. $1200.
Daily. 1 Month ....................... 60 been fined $500 for selling impure R. Hall, representative of the Pat- I

sett I Year ._....?.?............ $1.00 milk to his customers. Those same Paint and '
ton company, was present
customers will have to for a
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN whole lot of "watered stock"pay in the made a short talk. Little brusheswere Fine large Lot just off Lake NO35

ADVANCETO next six months to make up for that given to the men as souvenirsof Lucerne Circle size 75x155. :
fine. the occasion.The Fine view of the lake. Owner

advertuinr Copy for mast display be handca and all in at other the hand-act business fry-It following were present: J. B. non-resident and will sacrificeat There are many good reasons why

office of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. ... Currier W. E. Robinson, C. E. Mc-
We told that the two busiest
the day before publication. This rule applies are on only $1600.A people prefer to buy on Saturday, the
to chances. for contract advertising: it UInTanable streets of Miami the automobiles are Dowell Neal Loveless J. T. Yost, W.
and will be strictly adhered to. parked in the middle of the street instead Hall Mark Robinson J. W. Adams, best i is because they find it pays best.

Subscribe;;n 3...Tringr The Sentinel discontinued of at the sides and it has been I Floyd Robinson, C. M. Vaughan, Geo. Coming to these Saturday Specials is
should notify the office in writing on found that this method greatly relieves -
the date of expiration otherwise it will be congestion and lessens the Young, W. T. Entrican, E. T. Entri- Fine Little Home with an a fine habit-there are some who considerit
continued at the regular subscription rates. of accident. The Times- Ed. McDowell. income. Six Three
antil notice to stop is received. posibilities can, acres. a duty-those who believe in economyand
Telephone :Numb r ...................... ** Union is urging the adoption of this I'I of it in bearing fruit. Five
plan for Forsyth street in that city acres thrift as commendable virtues.
SATURDAY DECEMBER 12, 1914. and it certainly looks as though it room bungalow. On proposed We shall continue to make these week .
would collisions. Give it
prevent a
FINANCIAL SITUATIONThe try.outlr.. Johnson we wish to use i Whitney Arrested and Fined for brick highway, near city. Price end offerings the brighest and briskestsales'

the best possible methods. Drunkenness-Freeman Gets $3850.'Cooper.
situation of the now events in the city.
financial coun- ;
--0Drug $1 and Costs
try is improving rapidly. When an Fiends"I I I, _____ Splendid displays, startling values, stag-
is knocked
energetic business man wish to state very emphaticallythat Police court was comparativelyquiet i I I II these the attractions.
down he will arise and build anew. I gering prices, are

The European war jolted the United circles cure a there drug is fiend no treatment in two weeks which or will two yesterday. Will Whitney was Atha Make the best of these Saturday Sales.
States caused a flurry in money arrested again by Officer Broom,
promoted an unsteadiness, But and Dr.months.Perry The Lichtenstein above is,the physician opinion of to charged with drunkenness and was i Come in and look around a bit. See the

like created the a "energetic furore in commerce.business:? man., the famous Tombs prison in New fined $5 and costs, and paid. H. B. I 114 Sooth Orange Ave. Ground Floor crowds. See how much they buy, and

Uncle Sam arose braced looked York city. lie has treated and come Freeman, arrested by Officer Broom : Phone No. 311 how little they pay.
in contact with thousands of of
cases '
studied the conditions I
around him for leaving his team unhitched in the
shown not in the very worst type.
and the result is only
Orlando and Florida but throughoutthe --0-" street, was fined $1 and costs, and 1-------- SALE OF WOOL DRESS GOODS

entire "Ads. paid. .
an evidence country.As of this improve- Most people would think there was 1700 ;yards of Shepherd Checks Tartan Plaids

ment: $525,000 of the $600,000 brick not much science necessary in the I -- Roman Stripes, Serges, Batistes, etc., etc,

roads bond issue has been purchasedby task of writing advertisements for a Our values up to 75 cents a yardSaturday \
one firm in Toledo, and on or be- restaurant. Simply announce to the I
fore January 15 work on the Orange public the fact that the restaurant is I 1 43 centsA

county roads will probably be com- there and let it go at that. Evidently 1I
menced; the board of county commis- the man who writes the ads. for
sioners of Hillsboro county, on Thurs- "Val's Cafe," in Tampa has a differ- !I HOSIERY SENSATIONThe
day, sold the remaining $500,000 ent and a wiser idea. He studies his famous "Wunderhose" Hosiery in black
worth of its million dollar bond issueto idvertising as much as his menu and I white and tan in all sizes for children
a company in Birmingham; and makes one wish he could take a trip misses and ladies, including outsizes, 3 and
other items of a like nature indicateonly to Tampa just to get one of Val's 4 pairs to a box
too truly that stability is com- waffles served with a fresh scrambledegg Saturday per box 77 cents

ing into its own in all parts of Flor- and topped off with a cup of Modern Dwelling
ida.When that delicious coffee. The ad. mann
the war in Europe started the Tribune composing room helps ODD HANDKERCHIEFS
I* looked like the commercial statusof '\ lot also. Like a choice picture or
the United States would be shat- brilliant diamond the finest ad. may t Ii 500,600 Odd Handkerchiefs, Cambric and Linen,
'cred and wrecked. In many respectsthe have it's beauty ruined by a poor set Ii i some embroidered, some plain, some initialed, .
some something else worth up to 35 cents
war has been beneficial to this ting. I i
country in that it will ultimately' rein -0Wealth- each. '
.15 ., Located at No. 6 E. Jackson
street near High School
this government to meet the trans- Jacksonville has become weary of ,
portation of our goods and compete being known merely as the "Gateway
-with foreign countries. City." The ordinary traveller does building. The lot is 43x75, and the house, which is new I FANCY LACE COLLARSMake
That a merchant marine will be
not tarry in the gateway for any
established by the United : a very acceptable Christmas present
permanently 'pnght of time. He wishes
States blotting out the commercial through. Realizing this the to go trade on and modern, contains large living room, dining room, I 250:

standing of foreign nowers seems to bodies of Jwk'wn.illp have inaugu- of some of the prettiest conceptions shown this

"! assured. When the war ends and led a movement to induce the location kitchen, four bed rooms, bath, and front and rear veran- season in white and ecru, and worth from 75c.
the smoke of battle blows away Eu- of manufacturing concerns in the to

rope will have strangled its commerce city. Creating wealth will build up das. The location is in pleasant $1.00On Saturday your choice for 39c
and paralyzed its industries. The any community much faster than neighborhood and you
United States will have a merchant merely swapping values, and Jack-
marine of its own, and the foreign sonville is wise in giving possible are only ONE BLOCK from business center. This prop- APRON GINGHAMS
trade; the marketing of goods once encouragement to the men who take
performed in foreign vessels will be the raw material and out of it create 10 yards of our regular 8e!. check GinghamA
done in vessels floating under the the necessities and luxuries of man- erty is listed with me exclusively and the price is mod- ( full range of colorings to choose from)
stars and stripes. kind. For13; cents

The automobile industry is one of I erate. Cash or terms.
i the many that will be benefited by the Longest Word
, will be increased, I
war. Exports parts TOWELINGS
will be "What is the longest! word in the
manufactured in Europe
once "
, constructed in our own factories. As English language? was the questionnut 10 yards Cotton Huck Towelling, in Bleachedand
to us by our neighbor, O. B.
an evidence of the boost given the au- unbleached, our regular 8c. quality
the other
day. Immediatelyour
tomobile industry by the war mention cents.
mind reverted to the old Webster's 10 yards Saturday for 45:
may be made of the recent order
spelling book and the
from the allies for $2,500,000 worthof longestone
could recall S.Y.WAYInsurance
we was "incompre-
automobile trucks.
hensibility." OUTING FLANNELWe
r Edward E. Pratt, of Washington
But that word has
chief of the bureau of foreign and do- only eight syllables have just received a large case of assorted
mestic recently issued a and Mr. Floyd knew there wasa including all the wanted
commerce, colorings and designs,
statement that one year of the war in spelling longer books one. and A search dictionaries through failed the and Real Estate Agent plain colorings, stripes, checks, grays and black.
Europe would add $500,000,000; to theforeign This is our regular lOc quality. You know
fo find the Mr.
answer so Floyd wroteto
of the United
commerce Funk & Wagnalls Co. New our value
i l States, and in his estimate Mr. Prattis 10 yards for 85 cents
. conservative. and received this reply: PHONE 172 Saturday
South very America alone will take mil- "Replying to your inquiry, the long
est word in .
English literature is
! lions of dollars worth of machine NEGLIGEE SILKS .
! tools once manufactured by France, antidisestablishmentarianism which
: and Great Britain. A great you will find defined on page 122 At 19c.
Germany 60c
column 3, of New Standard Dictionary. At 19c. worth 50c.and yd
f volume of business is bound to result.
Silk in
1 350 yards of plain and fancy Jacquard a
The commercial supremacy of this When you have a sleepless night host of dainty designs and splendid color-
S country is not a matter of a few I
yOU ran perhaps ride into slumber
: it is only a question of a few
years months. land by thinking about it. The con- Saturday, last day for 19 cents

,[I f ARITHMETIC 0 struction its meaning.of the word practically reveals -I II

l Little hooze ad.. plus letter plus _.______ __u__ ._ __ ----u::::: --_ I I RIBBONS
L money order or check, plus anxious Appeal to most everyone now, when the pricesare
waiting, plus happy smile, minus almost cut in half they should prove irre-
l good drink minus "three fingers" I I sistible. We have put our best selling lines into -
ynore, minus 'nother drink plus hilar-- four lots.
i ity and disorderly conduct plus one Gifts That EndureThe f
Orlando policeman plus jail plus po- LOT ONE- WORTH 15c. and 20c.

: lice court-minus $5 and costs, equals 9 cents
loss of citizenship and gives a bad LOT TWO-WORTH 30c. and 35c.
IF name to the city. 17 cents

o LOT THREE-WORTH 40c.and 50c
The father who says to his seven 23 cents

:year nickel old for son,your" aw.Christmas you can't bank havea very air is now becoming''!; charged with the LOT FOUR-WORTH UP TO $1.00

and then goes to an Orlando barber of for Christmas will be here. 59 cents
spirit giving soon
shop and hands the porter a dime for I
giving his hat the "once over" with a
dusty broom has the wrong idea of GROCERY DEPARTMENTFor

the Christmas spirit. The choice and preferred gift is the one which endures, Saturday and Monday Only.

Letter to Santa o Claus: "Deer San- because it suggests the continuity of love and friendship, 17 Ibs. Cane Sugar for ____________$1.00
ta, pleez send me a new moter fire
truck a new city haul an piece in 24 Ibs. Pillsbury Flour for __________90c '

Eurup-i i need all but if you can only Such a gift is a watch orfpiece of jewelry. Fancy Baldwin Apples, peck ________40c
give won i'll take thee fire truck.
Yurs. I I I Fancy Florida Pecans, Ib ___________25c

"Johnnie o Orlando." I You will find'at our store everything that would] distin- : Fancy Asparagus, 1 Ib. cans, 2 for 25c

If numbers and hordes of citizens guish a first-class jewelry store-gifts of rare value for the lavish "Snow Mellow" is cheaper than

could extinguish a blaze there wouldbe eggs _________________23c. and 50c
little need for a motor fire truck spender, and an almost unlimited choice of less expensive.jbut;
i-'dging from the manner in which I
the throngs ran to the fire yesterday charming gifts to suit the limited income. NOTE
morning. One 50c. can is equal to, and takes the place of
I 5 dozen
You can't even be pleasant these We are sure our selections will please you.
days wlithout somebody trying to
pick an argument with you over the

war.Everybody knows o exactly what OPEN EVENINGS DICKSON YES CO.

kind of a navy the United States I
needs, except congress."It .

makes some o folks kegbackedt'
live in a dry town" says "Abe

Martin," the Hoosier o humorist. .DEPARTMENT STORE.

" How would you like to be a motor- .. ..
man on the Sanford street car-the
"one to the east of that village? ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE

Killing quarts o and pints' is the Orlando Orange Avenue Florida

highest ambition of some hunters.o .

o I
soft answer turneth away"the -
landlord! sometimes. -


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MMMIIM :: : LETTERS TO THE SENTINEL I push the proposition of removal. cif
\\\\ ,:::::: MIIOMMMIMIiMilMMBIiiMIIIMiMfll'LUCERNE These conflicting interests must inevitably -

Orlando, Dec. 11, 1914.: retard general developmentand FAVORTE
Editor Morning Sentinel: provoke antagonisms that it ,. THEATRE i
I was interested in the recent let- would be far better to avoid. I:, ,
II ter of "Sigma" published by you, And right here I wish to submit I I:1. Open 2 p. m. and 6:30 p. m.
I TO DAY I suggesting a division of the state of to Mr. Fillman that the expense of i I
Florida, and also one by H. W. Fill- 4 a separate government, new capital Admission 5 cents :
man, published by the Reporter-Star buildings and public institutions, t
opposing such a division. Sigma suggested would be but a mere bagatelle as .
LAST APPEARANCE OF THE that there would be an opposi- compared with the increased prosper- ..11111111 o 1181111..11. I
tion to the plan. In my opinion a ity that would follow the division. TODAY'S PROGRAMFour : .
Free discussion will do no harm. Let Then too, the fraternal feeling and Big i Reels .
I "WILLIAMS BROTHERS us have all the light available.As community of interests between 101 Bison. "On the Verge of War." ,
Sigma says, there is little com North Florida and South Florida A thrilling story of the :Mexican war,
munity of interests between the E would not in the least be disturbed; in three parts with Herbert Rawlin- I
THOSE VERSATILE ENTERTAINERS. northern and the southern portionsof I but would rather be cemented. There son and Anna Little.
the state. Not only are the pro- would be no ground for dissentions Eclair. "An Accidental Se 'Vant." r
ducts widely different, but there is as between the sections. South Florida A one reel comedy.
wide a difference in the sentiments of would hold a filial affection for the .
the residents, and these differences, mother, while North Florida would be
in my judgment, retard the development proud of her offspring. THAT
American. A two-part Psychological Drama Featuring: Ed. Coxen and and militate against; the pros- Yours for division,
perity of both sections.
Winnifred Greenwood. "" ... Prior to the civil war the upperor

it northern portion was occupied by I HERE FROM EMPIRE STATET. GULf GASOLINtI
"OUR MUTUAL GIRL a wealthy and aristocratic class who I :
possessed large holdings and controlled I
iI Florida; while the southern J. Walker and Family Arrived Yesterday -
the S. P. C A. With StartlingResults.. I
portion was a comparatively wild region to Spend Another Winterin
Y'tO and sparsely settled. Since the
% close of that struggle! the southern City BeautifulMr. '

Coupons given with every admission, good for the Lucerne Theatre Great portion has attracted a tide of set- SUPREME AUTO OIL
tlers from all part of the United : and Mrs. T. J. Walker and ; .
Automobile States, and some from foreign coun-
Miss arrived
daughter. Florence yesterday i
Ii tries. As a rule the new comers area ARE TilE BEST FOR YOU CAR
from Ripley N. Y., to enjoy
progressive enterprising people I
who are making rapid strides in the the winter at their pretty home, 510

I SameGDrlattfut: Little Prices l development of the land of their II DeLaney street. They are among Orlando's -
Ii choice. The great bulk of the increase regular residents and are gladto Drums for shipping and sl >rage
in population of the entire >
state has been in the southern coun- I come south at this season, getting tanks kept on hand.

tries and with the increase in population away from the wintry cold of the

. .111111111111111111I11111111111111. II III 1111 11111111 II .. .- -...-. .- .- -. -. - has come increase in taxable Empire State.ATIEXD i
- - - - w w" w w w w w,
valuation and material development.At .
the same ratio of increase it will Lubricating Oil and Greases to suit
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY be but a few years until South Flor- MASONIC MEETING all cars. Give make of car when! you
ida will hold the balance of power in t
( WANTED real live wire population, development and wealth order.
I nrittyEdited carpen- Messrs.\ Payne and Dow Went to St.
ter; none other need apply. Ad- and therefore will be FLORIDA as
dress W. J. R., care Sentinel. emphatically and as unquestionablyas Cloud Yesterday to Attend .,
By Miss Eliza Wright 12-12-lt* was the northern portion sixty Masonic Meeting
years ago. It takes no prophetic vision -
Office telephone No. 179. Residence telephone No. 254 to discern the coming change. GULF REFINING 'p
SEVEN block ROOM, new stucco cottage, And with such a change will surely Deputy District Grand Master L. L. ,,
one from Eola
WEEKLY SOCIAL CALENDARDec. of the opportunity to see Orlando's mands fine view of city. Price park;$5,500.com- come a division of the state or a removal Payne and Mr. C. P. Dow went downto i P. G. WALTON Agent II j

newest hotel and meet the manager H. C. McDaniel, phone 708. of the capital from Tallahassee St. Cloud yesterday afternoon

12th. and wish him a successful season and south.to some locality much farther where they attended a meeting of the I Office Phone 450.

many more to come in the City Beau- EIGHTEEN AND A HALF ACRESof Of course the upper portion of the Masonic order. Residence Phone 269.:
Nullos Club land on Lake Gatlin; sixteen in state would strenuously oppose such

Mrs. Sylvan McElroy was hostess tiful.Prof.. five year old oranges and grapefruit; removal, and of course the southern lit 1111 II I11I1 e Dill' U 1111111*I I1I1 II I I II 0 I I C a I II A+++
Harry Newell's orchestra fur- overlooks four lakes in perfect
; con- portion would just as strenuously
yesterday afternoon for the Nullos
nished the music. dition. Price $12,000. Nothing bet- W. S. Coleman W. R. Rfun >
Club. There were two tables of ter in Florida unless it is the prop-
At KissimmeeMrs.
cards. Miss Margaret Hart being the I erty below described. THERE'S A REASON FORPA.JS21
Maud Boone Rogers and son,
most successful player. Devilled VENEER CORES
crabs celery hearts sandwiches Richard, left today for Kissimmee to TWENTY ACRES, in good neighbor- j ii
join a party of friends on a camp and hood; fine land; 10 acres in bear- YE PRC2
pickles and coffee were served at the ing trees lake $1.25Per _
hunting expedition for the week-end. ; good protection; good
close of the games. The club will not crop on trees Price $10,000, with
Sacred Concert ; ; sold at gaining in popularity every
I meet again until the first Friday after fruit; or owner will keep fruit, deducting Strand Up ar.
New Year's. The Methodist church choir had a. $2,000 for same. Offered only QUALITY-THAT'S IT
good practice last night for the sacred for reasons beyond owners control. FIRE-PLACE CHUNKS AND
Charming Guest concert to be See H. C. McDaniel for particulars. OAK WOOD We also handle a full line of Painters' .A Paaer,
given on Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. George Tresher, of Phone 708. Hangers' Supplies. 200O;Rolls Wall Paps=r ;
evening at 7:30 at that church. I Orlando Wood Yard .
West Central avenue, have as their Chorus : to go at cost price.
and solo
quartet, numbers TEN ACRES
house Mr. W. M. Koch, who is overlooking Orlando;
guest be given, also several all cleared fine land B. W. Kingsley Proprietor
organ numbers. ; ; good home 00.
in the city representing the Brown site. $2,000. II. C. McDaniel.. Phone PINE STREET AND R. R. ORLANDO PAINT AND VIALL PAPER jj

Shoe company, of St. Louis, Mo. 708. Telephone 314 ,
FROM SNOW TO SUNSHINE 9-30 TheSignoftheSun Phone 261 205So.OrangeA'e.FRANK
Informal Opening Astor Hotel
IF YOU ARE LOOKING for well -_ -_ -_ -_ -_ ._ ._ -_ -_ -_ -_ _- -_ -_ -_ -_ -_ _- -_ -_ -_ -_ -_ -_ ._ mil- .I.III..4.1..
The Astor hotel had an informal Buckeyes Arrive in Orlando to Spend rooted orange and grapefruit buds, u_ _u ___ _yr__u_ ___ ___ _____ -
opening Friday afternoon and evening Winter, Leaving Snow see II. C. McDaniel. Phone 708. -
inviting the public to inspect
their new house. Mr. Arthur B. Storm Behind NOTICE-I have accepted agency for

Vance was the genial host, assistedby Wilson & Toomer's fertilizers in A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL
Numbered among the returning Orange county and will appreciatethe
Mr. II. II. Hundley. patronage of their old
winter customers
residents are Mr. and Mrs. F.
The hotel is modern there be- and hope to make new friends for this
very A. Purdy and Mr. Joe
Sherrill of
firm. Their Ideal brands are too well Established 1886
ing sixteen bed rooms en suite with Ashtabula Ohio, who reached Orlando known for any comment at my hands.

bath, so arranged that a person may yesterday from Jacksonville, over 'My experience as a grower of both

have a single room, or a family a the Atlantic Coast Line. Mr. and r, fruit and vegetables warrants we in '
saying, as their agent, I can be of
suite of rooms. The second floor hasa
Mrs. Purdy have spent several sea- I real service to those who have grove CURTIS & O'NEAL
ladies' parlor above the lobby, with sons in this city and have many trouble. I am prepared to give to

the same number of bed rooms.A friends who are glad to see them I my patrons not only my own experience -
but that of the firm which
novel arrangement that will again. They left the Buckeye State i cov- '
ers every detail of the citrus and
please the tourists is each room be- in a heavy snow storm and it was citrus industry. II. C. McDaniel. INSURANCE LOANS

# ing supplied with a bowl of fresh growing colder and colder in the Phone 708.

oranges each morning and a fruit north. There were nineteen people on

1 spoon and knife. The roof is con- the same train coming south, the ma- WE LIVERY HAVE Irish NOW Potatoes READY, warrantedfree FOR DE- REAL ESTATE RENTALS

verted into a sun parlor which will jority of whom had Orlando as their from scab or other diseases.

be very much enjoyed by the winter destination. I Drop me a card or phone 708 and let

guests giving a beautiful view of the us talk over your requirements. 1 I
will make it to our mutual advan-
city. On the front verandas are flower NEW
POSTAL REGULATION tage. H. C. McDaniel.The .
boxes filled with ferns, geraniumsand

other plants. Postmaster McLean Receives Instruc want ad.'s the thing, for you FOR RENT---Bungalo 5 Rooms Furnished, South Main

Last night the bright hued Japanese tions From Department About and for the other fellow also.OSTEOPATHY.

lanterns hung around the top of Christmas Seals Street.

the sun parlor gave a festive air to !

the new hostelry, which is destined Postmaster McLean yesterday received -
Seven Room House South Orlando.
to be one of the most popular hotelsof a notice from the postmaster ,

Orlando. Mrs. Harry Hand and general to the effect that all letters

Mrs. W. D. West served punch and bearing Christmas seals or DR. J. C .UOWELL
stampsare Two New Five Room Houses, South West Orlando.
'cake in the afternoon. In the evening not mailable to foreign countries, Hours 10-12, 3-5. and by app*' tit'it nt

Miss Saunders and Miss McDowey if the stamps or seals are placed on No extra charge tor house treatment

served. the front of the envelope. If placedon Except Night Calla.Telephone .
Many of the town people and visitors the back the letters will be ac connections -

were glad to avail themselves cepted. Office cor. Orange and Central Are.

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K a :. passenger car in perfect -

Overland Model 80 condition, electric lights and

Lt $1,125.00 starter, fully equipped with extra

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ORLANDOEvery I tire on demountable rim. This

Advanced Feature. car is a real bargain at $500.00. +

But No Advance in Price.

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FOR 305 RENT-Nicely East Pine street.furnished rooms. number, Laths and hirig1es:

SENTINEL 12-6-6tC.

FOR RENT-Furnished rooms for
f light housekeeping; also rooms for
WANTS lodging, with or without board. This .
property also for sale cheap. 623 W.

i I Church street. 12-11-6t

I FOR RENT-To desirable people,
t The Morning Sentinel Want well furnished suite, bed room and ,
r Directory is the Greatest Want sitting room with private lavatory. ORLANDO
Ad Medium in Orlando. Also single rooms, and a garage,
Splendid location. No. 9 E. Washington -
Terms Cash in Advance. St. 11-29-lmc

RATESFor FOR RENT-Suite of rooms now
One Day ______________23t; by Dr. Christ. Long term occupied Cement Plaster and Perfection Lime
For Three Days ____________50c tenants only desired. Jno. M. Cheney. Royal Agatite
! For Six Days _______________75c 11-13-tfc ; -- -__----_-_--- _-_-_
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BEST INVESTMENTYou For One Month ____________S2.50 -
This rate applies on all ads of FOR RENT-Large, attractive room. j r.
25 words or less. If the ad con- Inquire No. 8 West Washington St.
can make is in Property tains more than 25 words the rate 11-8-tfc
f' near the business center. It will be one cent per word for
i has all the highest class pub each additional word, for each in- FOR RE Beautiful dwelling with
sertion.If garage; elegantly furnished; on .
lie improvements.It ;you can't bring your ad to Lake Lucerne. Jas. A. Knox. the ledgers of the Orlando Bank & Trust Company are the records ol
No. 24. Ac- ..
the office telephone 8-27-tf
is Sore to Increase counts opened by telephone will be many dollars saved by women of Orando and the vicinity who have learned how .

payable the following day. FOR RENT-SMall flat, modern conveniences much more economical it is to manage the household finances: on the "paybycheck" .
t In Value unfurnished. Jas. A.
Every Home-Every Knox. 11-3-tf plan.
Every Man has use for a
r while will
and good percentage for your paya Sentinel Want Ad. FOR RENT-Large convenient rooms Economy in household management is daily beeoming a more pressing

" time. ant for sunshine light housekeeping.front bed room Also on pleas-first necessity. Follow the example of those householders who have found the prac-

Better pay a fair price for FOR SALE floor. Private family and modern tical solution of the problem of how to make the family income go farthest.An .
conveniences. 315 West Central.
well located than to
. property 11-24-tfc. appreciation of further interest on will be appreciated.We .
buy for a song far out. FOR SALE-Two; beautiful lots in your part

f Let us show you the com- tage Colonial in Concord Park, $300 Park each; modern; also cot-im pay 4 percent on savings account on Time Certificates Deposit.
FOR RENT-Apartment of four nice-
parison in location and prices provements. Rent pays 8 per cent.
ly furnished rooms; gas: separate
r and with we us.ORLANDO.believe you will agree 694 on ,whole Orlando.investment. Owner 12-ll-6t, Box bath Magnolia new avenue.house; adults only.11-10-tf-. 604 ORLANDO BANK & TRUST CO. \

FOR SALE-Good horse and buggy; WANTED
i BUILDING LAND COII cheap. 208 East Robinson avenue. Orlando
12-8-6t WANTED-Return portion of ticketto Florida'J
New York Philadelphia or Bos-
North Orange Avenue No. ton via New York. Ladies' ticket
with only. P. O. Box 207. 12-9-12t
Oliver typewriter, splendid
f. PHONE 608 leather case. Machine in excellent fO M 1IIIIIIOI ; lllllla"II.l..tt'I' F? IIII'IJIIS'1111111' .
condition, used but very little. Call WANTED-Ladders for house paint-
1 I OPPOSITE SAN JUAN HOTEL between 12 o'clock noon and 2 p. m. ing. Address P. O. Bo; 351.
1 for terms. Inquire at Sentinel office. 12-10-3t '

t' 11-28-tf oUiD-lnUJril/AJL EXPOSITION

i FRED B. DALEC. WANTED-Four or five unfurnishedrooms i
H. BRYANT FOR SALE-Ten acres fine orange cottage no bungalow, with
i DAVIS A GILES Counsel I land; about 3 acres cleared; 3-4 of all improvements; man and wife; very
; F. A. PEPPERCORN. Contractor a mile south of Gill's store and 1-2 lowest price. Address "Wanted." .MID-WINTER
II mile east of Lake Conway on terminal Sentinel office. 12-10-3t
of proposed brick road. Ad-
dress Anna H. Piatt, E. R. No. 1, Box
43, Orlando. 112.tlm.FOR .

!I I F Business' Directory" SALE-Nice, comfortable home NICE to adults, LARGE only.FURNISHED 409 Delaney ROOM street., OEL ..8. -r: FL..8. _

For for small family; grapefruit guava 10-25-tf
and orange trees; six squares of post-
i BUSY MEN.' office. Apply to W. D. West, 510
Marion avenue or Hotel Astor.
11-lS-lmo light housekeeping rooms;
r close in; all conveniences. 305; North
Bouton Brothers corner Church FOR SALE-Five room house one
I and Orange avenue. Shoes repaired mile firm court house, $650. One EDUCATIONALEmbracingAgriculture
while you wait. Best rubber heels Liberty Brush automobile, $75. In-
40 cents. Best English tan leather. quire Shoe Hospital 8 East Church Horticulture Floriculture DomesticArts
Phone 487. 11-15-lmo street. 11-17-lmo LOOK-City! lot and 10 Buick; $235 ; ,

; BUYERS AND SELLERSI Chuluota.each. W. R. Higgins, Orlando 12-6-12tc and and Crafts, with exhibits of Stock, Hogs and Poultry, .
six cylinder automobile seven, 1 passenger year old NOTICE-I will! be and the products of South Florida. Racing, Polo, Sports
not responsible
buy, sell rent, and exchange real first class condition. Don't answer
estate. Have resided in Orlando Fla., unless interested. Address Bargain, for any debts contracted by my AreoplansLectures and Entertainments all kinds
wife, Marian Aker, from this date.
over 30 years. Have handled over care of Sentinel. 11-14-tf
i Dec. 5, 1914. C. AKER.
20000000. Call and see me.
10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER.Get 12-6-6t
FOR SALE-Cabbage Plants,Charleston -
Wakefield, $1.00 per thousand. IF MONEY IS ANY OBJECT to -For information or premium list, address
the news in the Sentinel first Frank Phillips, Pine Castle.
you, come to H. Kanner's New York
10-28-tf bargain Store. We wi'l sell new WM. R. O'NEAL, Sec'y H. H. D1CKSON, Pres'tteCIIIQIII.ot
goods for the holidays at sacrifive
Christmas and New FOR SAL-Fine cypress fence posts. prices. 12-5-23t:
Inquire of Frank Phillips. Pine Cas-

tfe. y-18-tf THE WILLOLA HOTEL, 40G:; South It lilt'' 1.IIIIIIIII'III.IIIIIIII.lrUIIIII.cellll.IC8. r-f-? 118I.11111'I"

Year Holiday Orange avenue, is now open. Beau-
FOR SALE-Forty acres of fine tiful location near Lake Lucerne.
hammock land; eight in grove; the Home cooking. Spacious veranda.
Cheap Excursion FaresVia present crop of oranges will be from Mrs. W. T. Walker. 11-19-lmoc
750 to 1,000 boxes; 500 trees all told, urIioii ;

the ready for'sEtting-10 acres in lake, BLASTING, Subsoiling and Dynamiting .9' ; $; eyftnJWe
and miles from
one quarter Apopka. of all kinds done on short no- I"F j
H. Box
Price Address W. ,
tice. A full stock of dynamite in .
Coast Line
Fla. 9-23-tf
178, Orlando, magazine at all times. See L. N.

For Sale Lewis, 406 5. East, street, Orlando.

Standard Railroad of the South 30: Acres, citrus and vegetable land, 11-13-lmo have received a car of Foster Bros' famous
20 fenced, 10 it ,
cleared crop on now LOST AND FOUND
ready for planting trees this winter

Tickets will be on sale by the Atlantic and church crop; half next mile spring of;railroad near school station and; LOST-A pair of tortoise shell glasses -

Coast Line to all points good neighborhood; four miles from with large case. Reward will Porslanlyke Iron Beds
South of the Ohio and Potomac and
court house. Special price if taken in be paid for return to Fred B. Dale.
East of the \ Rivers including
Mississipip ,
next 30 days. Box 4, Orlando. Phone 376. 12-10-tfc
Washington Cincinnati,, Evansville 10-25-tf

December, and 17, 18 Cairo, 19,,20 for, 21, all 22, 23 trains, 24, Lost-Lady's; pocket book plain There is nothing that will compare with the finish
:25, and 31, and January 1, limited re- FOR SALE leather, between Laubach's and the
turning January Cth; and to many Nirsery stocK, one, two three and grammary school. Contains lady's that are on Foster Beds and OUR PRICES for these .
points in the Northwest and South- four year old buds; Foster Early gold watch bills! and silver. Returnto ,
west on December 19th to 24th hiclusie Pineapple, Java, Homosassa, Washington Col. T. J. Watkins' office. Mrs. beds far less than others charge for the same
and 29th to 31st. limited returning Navel. Address Mrs. M. Kahle, W. R. Yates. 12-6-61 are

January 18. Also to Key Apopka Fla. Phone 2222. 3-13-tf bed that has nothing near the finish. We would
West and Havana, Dec. 17, 20, 24 LOST-Small purse, containing $21
and 27, with limit January 3, 1915. Wood $1.50 a strand up. Hand's in bills and some small change. Re- and this line like it in
For further particulars schedules, Coal Yard, phone 566. 9-31-tf turn to John F. King, 11 W. Concord like you to see ; nothing
reservations etc., apply to Ticket avenue and receive reward.
Agents, Atlantic Coast Line or ad- FOR RENT 12-10-3t the
dressJ. -
LOST-White violet pin set with city.We
G. KIRKLAND, D. P. A., FOR RENT-New furnished house; pearls. Reward if returned to
Tampa, Florida. all improvements; ground floor. Hammond & Bunch's store. 12-2-tf give coupons with all cash .sales.khieakl ..
Also 2 light housekeeping rooms. 211 .
Jackson street. 12-8-Ct Get the news in the Sentinel first. I
Take a slant at the wait ads. ..

FOR RENT-At 103 Liberty street
6 room cottage; close in. Inquireat
Lord & Bradshaw's real estate

.Pill Street.JEWELER t. office.FOR RENT-Large pleasant 12-9-6tc fur- IDEALCHRISTMAS GIFTS Snowden

nished rooms with private family; ,
close in. 302 North Orange avenue.

12-6-lwk Low Priced Furniture House.

FOR RENT-All or part of furnished, are fancy wood bottom
EXPERT WATCH MAKER comfortable, homelike old fashioned Cor. Main andlPine Sts. Orlando Florida
5 room cottage. Phone care ,
,67.ll-6-6t 712 South Division street. Serving Trays I' "

I make a specialty of Fine .
Watch, Clock and Jewelery Re- : be -
flay seen at
FOR RENT-Rooms, with or without
pairing; Diamond Setting,Ring
and Spectacle Repairing. board; also rooms for light house I Dr. F. F.
keeping several from 1 ThompsonDENTIST
; apartments 210 N. Ave. ICARRIAGEIi -: -'
Bring me repairs others have toI rooms, each at very reasonable' Orange I GORDON'S """ ;: &:.

failed to do, and I will repair prices. Inquire of F. L. Anderson II I ,"':. '-'.\,
them satisfactorily or no charge. 112 West Church street. Phone 459. orPhone f
My prices are reasonable. 12-6-tf 115 S. Orange Ave., over Curtis &

I FOR RENT-12 room boarding house, 656 i DR. L H. RAMSDEU
CHAS. VATER almost new; 9 good bed rooms, electric Hours 8.30 a.m. to 5.30 pjn.
lights and bath $35 month. OPTOMETRIST
; per Wednesday and
Saturdays till 8
| F. L. Anderson office 112 W. Church and a sample will be taken p.m116tf
(Successor tu Dr. C. F. LIU/
JEWELEREast I street. Phone 459.: 12-6-tf to you for your inspectionand i l. T. HARRELL, Prop. I ORLANDO. FLORIDAWE

Pine Street, at Young's I FOR RENT even room house; water -''I order. Piano and Furniture FIT GLASSES. GRIND LENSES Eat what you want.

Repair Shop gas, electric lights, bath, etc.; |I Ii Moving a Specialty I 2at all you want. .'
ll-4-d&w-lm : barn, stable, chicken house; lot 100 by MADE ORLANDO AND DO ALL KINDS OF I Take a postscript and forget it. I
< *200 fe>t. Apply at 735 North Orange I i For sale by all drugjrists.F i
avenue. 10-31-tf 8 E. Church St. PHONE 487,I OWICAL REPAIRING I I'' i-7-dsw.iir j

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,. I SHOPPING SEASON FOR THE ItemsApopka 'When :
;' Apopka in Doubt About

MY OBJECT |I BLAST -IN ORLANDO Fla.,-, Dec. 9. lrs. S. S. Christmas Present Buy a Book

I Holiday shopping has begun in real Cunningham and little son, Jack,were

earnest in Orlando and one not into visitors in Orlando Tuesday.
TICKLE THE PUBLIC'SPALATE Everybody likes books ar.d our line is
\ch with the dates on the calendar Mrs. G. Harod was shopping in Or-
would have judged from the holly lando Tuesday.Rev. so large and varied that whatever the lit-

wrapped parcels seen on our streets George D. Reeves left here erary tastes of your friends may 1e we can

yesterday, that it might be the day Tuesday morning to attend the an- furnish a book they will enjoy. We will
before Christmas. nual conference of the Methodist

People of Orlando and Orange church south which is in session at wrap them ready for mailing and enclose a
WATCH county are waking up to it that the Arcadia this week. It is the earnest greeting card if desired.

early purchasers get first choice and desire of his members that he be returned -

. i,are buying earlier and earlier each here for another year as the W. S. BRANCH
church has under his ,
year. With the fine crisp weather prospered pas-
--- ---- yesterday the streets and stores were torate. The Arcade Book and Music Store

'well filled from early in the forenoon Teh municipal election passed off

:until late in the evening. very quietly here Tuesday and all the

i Orlando stores are well stocked I nominees of the white man's primarywere

: with practical useful gifts and for easily elected. The 1Ear1t
tunately there seems to be no hard Will Beacher was attending circuit

I times in this section as comparedwith court in Orlando as a juror Tues- OF CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY

.. from of the larger day.
,, ( reports many
(9. ; i places. F. E. Zepp was a business visitorin OPPOSITE POST OFFIGE
cordial Orlando last Tuesday.A. FRESH AND SALT MEATS
< i The merchants extend you a
: | welcome to come to Orlando to do S. Eldredpe made a business Kept under the best sanitary conditions.

.. BUYERS TO SHARE IN PROFITS I your holiday shopping and offer you trip to Orlando Tuesday afternnoon.D. Everything screened away from the flies, and kept freak
I guide through the columns of The \V. Clark was before the com-
.... LOWER PRICES ON FORD CARS a and pure.We
a Sentinel.' Read their ads. and when missioners of Orange county Tues- invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have

I. Effective from August 1, 1914 to August I'I you are in town call on them. day in the interest of Apopka but everything in the Meat Line.
and guaranteed against any reduc I his request received very little atten-

1,1915 tion during that time: TAXES FOR EXPRESS PACKAGES tion.The I FI. :N1C. Self & Co.
I stores in Apopka are taking on j

Touring Car $555.00 !' Every time you send an express a Christmas look and Santa Claus I I PHONE NO. 80 PINE STREETI

Runabout 505.00 ... j package these days, whether it is paid will soon be on his annual tour to I I
visit the little folks.
or collect you have to attach a stamp
f. O. B. Orlando. All can fully equipped. Work the hall is I
r on new city pro-
I to the receipt you receive. The
briber. we mill te able U obtain the mtinmra! efficiencyin I stamps are obtainable at the express gressing rapidly and it is the hopeof .
and the minimum colt in our I
our factory Contractor Alfred Robbins to haveit
and .ale. department if we each an output of office. A penalty of $50 is attached
300.000 ears fcttween the above date : to a failure to observe this law, which completed and ready for use by I
to pay a. 1st next. When I ET ME BEAUTIFY YOUR GROUNDS
And mould we reach this production we agree I is of the new "war tax"which January completedit
a part peace
about I
(on or
(0 ear
to $
share from $40 per
, a the August bayer'1 1.1MS t. every retail buyer who purchases a new this country has to pay to meet will be quite an ornament to our WHETHER "A COUNTRY ESTATEOR
191& and August 1. 1915. town.
between August 1.
For ear deficiencies in the treasury depart-
partiraJan retarding these low pries and profit- The electric is be-
For further ment. new light plant A SMALL CITY LOT
sharing plan. .ea ing installed as rapidly as hands can

F. G. RUSH, Don't wait for every one In town to push the work now and the new lights
have Entrican the painter before will be turned on and our streets illuminated BLUE PRINTS AND! DETAILED FLAMING INSTRUCTIONS -
Phone 226 I'you try. Am too busy to look you by the first of the new year
I job.up. Phone 636 and I will be on 1-20-tf the unless some unforeseen trouble arisesto \ AT REASCFkABLE FRICIS

I delay the work. The poles are be- -

Want ads. are business pullers. ing set and wire will be strung as

soon as the poles are ready to receiveit. Werner F. NehrlingLANDSCAPE
Truly our town is taking on new
life and bids fair to become one of

"GET IT AT ALLENS" the leading towns of the interior of ARCHITECTAND

our state. I
Orange packing is on in real earn
est now and teams are busily en-
gaged hauling fruit to the depot If you contemplate planting a citrus groveit I

r 1 { = i iV ir markets.whence it is shipped to the northern will pay:you to get my acKice.

Apopka will celebrate the Christ- Agent

mas festivities with two Christmastrees Tampa Fla.
one at the Methodist church
\ ) and one at the Baptist church. OHice Above PEOPLES NATIONAL DANK

The new "Biltmore Inn" is now PHONE 570 n-io-tl

s ni open and ready for guests and Mrs.
Jones the proprietor is an excellent!

hostess and sets an excellent table rJ
: as is evidenced by all her guests, and
S the entire house is new and furnished -- --- -
ic _
kp1jt. c throughout with new furniture which

f lic.makes it indeed inviting to the pub- THE CHASE & CO

ing The under Apopka the high management school is of flourish-Prof. PACKING HOUSE A ? ORLANDO;

Fly, and both the and 1
parents pupilsare
Suggestions 1 Is modern fully equipped with the best up-to-
delighted and the school
was nev-
date machinery, and gives the citrus grower them
er in a more flourishing condition
from iF % than at the present time. m PROPER PACKINu

; 'r' The Tower hardware building is HIGHEST FIRST AID!PK1CLS'iO

rapidly nearing completion and will
Our Catalog be one of the largest mercantile which however, would not accomplish the end desiredby

,,, buildings in the county when finished.It the grower, if he did not also have available the services -

occupies an imposing position at

'' v 'r "izo J.16J5O __ the corner of Central avenue and ofTHE
Cold Filled _
'.'" H anting Case JI4.75O Fourth stiee*, ra.nedu.tely oppositethe CHASE & CO
Guaranteed 20 1 Size Cold r fed
ears ) new city hall. Mr. Tower is a
Open Face Casey
r.nelf Jewt'cJ? Elgin or (1,
+ Jidrn blovcwcst Guaranteed 20 Years new comer here but he has great SYSTEM

;b 3C6 Finely..ihan Jeweled Movement EIjia ort faith in the future of Apopka and ; which with selling forces thoroughly organized experienced -

n No. 303Jll has built for the future. We hope to : competent and reliable.

see others come and do likewise. GIVES THE GROWER
Three building; permits were issued
last Monday night for new buildingsto I
; ) : -i0 o-\\ be erected in Apopka. Who said : CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED

our town is not growing? I GROWERS' MARKETING AGENTS
To the homeseeker who wants to

t J300>4 GoW No SMt 6231 V .00 SoME Cold No P070msn establish for himself a winter homein CHASE & COMPANY
Cold JMRoouu. a g'? nghah Hand Engraved the Southland away from the
Fine 4 cnd-n Gemmie pink Cameo chilly blasts of winter where the sun Main Office, Jacksonville Florida

it fr'-tent Attachment Safety duliJI7CO and shines almost every day, and whereone 9-30-d&w A. R. BOGUE, Agent, Orlando, Fla.

can enjoy the great out of doors
$1 SO No 65;3Scarf we say come to Apopka in the highlands _
Pin and Link Set 12 Sze 14 K Coin ciul No 308
lollS tiled. English:; l"a".1t Open lace Case Guaraafv1 2i Year where the atmosphere is pure .
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healthiest town in the state and

where property values have not been

$350 No A064 inflated. Good citizens are welcomedand llammond&Qore
SS 7S No 807' Solid Gold English Finish sought for and made feel
Solid to at
English fine Kwoaa
Finish P..rs
tint Amethyst Doublet home. It is worth while to investi-
G Catch gate here before settling elsewhere.Two I I

: railroads and good hard surfaced
$300 -'No: 7933 JI200 roads leading to all parts of the coun-
Solid Gold Genuine Fine 'UliiteDiamond try make travel pleasant and easy.
English! Finish : Genuine Pink Coral Cameo In 14 K Ttfany ii !
$!)SO No 7934 Mounting
Solid Gold No37 French Statement
38 English FinishReconstructed Paris Dec. .-There was artillery OUR FURNITURE
20.00 Ruby I
525 00 I
Cenuine Fine White And Rose: Diamond Genuine Fine White r fighting from the sea to the Lys dur-
Diamond Diamond ing the day of December 8, accord- We provide the quality of furniture that has long
In 14 K Tiffany In 14 K
No. 33 Mounting Tiffany 1C 41 I'Mounting ing to the French official announce- been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the
ment given out in Paris this afternoon standard of merit. If an article is here it is good
Genuine Fine Wrote and all the positions won by It wouldn't here were it otherwise. \Ve can't make
Send for illustrated i5.UO
our new Any article pictured here
la*14 K Diamond. Catalog. It contains or in our Catalog for- Genuine Fine'Lite the French during the last few days this point too clear-it is one of the foundation stones
ff"r-t."tountm: ''e the latest productions Li warded, express prepaid 'fa 14 K D10O"d were strengthened. I of this business, and that means much to any buyer.
JEWELRY. We will have en receipt of the price. So.4 1ountiae. I
in it.
pleasure sending Delivery guaranteed.
Every day people are realizingmore
and more that Sentinel want McNHLL! & DAVIS BLOCK,

ads. pay. Cor. Orange A\e. and Church St., Orlando, Fla.
Up to date painting papering etc., JS
is the kind you want. Where to getit ) L

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selves to other' units :and adds that naught Pennsylvania in fighting valueis Briefs spend the winter with their son, Mr, for conference at Arcadia., We do
REPORT "as far as the submarines themselvesare worth four or five old battleships, Newsy C. C. Colier. On :Monday Mrs. Small-_ not want to lose Mr. Steinbeck and ;
and indefinite number of old cruis-
concerned, it is believed that ours ers, an yet she requires no more men From OaklandOakland bone and Mrs. Eugene Speer went his estimable family and hope he will
are on a par with any in the world." I i than an old battleship, or two or threeof with Mrs. :Maurice to meet them and t i,'be returned to his old charge.Mr. .
.He also aclls attention to the growing the old cruisers. In other words, enjoy the hospitality of the Collier Smallbone and family are now
OF NAVY importance of air craft in war. I J I I 800 men on the Pennsylvania are as Fia., Dec. 9.Mrs. Wise home. Mr. Collier has just shippedhis I pleasantly' located in the home recently -
effective as 4,000 men on old battle- ,
"Henceforth, all the fighting ships ships or as many thousands on old left last Tuesday for Sanford, where crop of fruit of about seven hun- vacated by Mr. G. S. Hall.
which are added to the fleet will use cruisers. This comparison should' be she will spend a few days with Mrs. dred boxes through the Exchange.The .

oil," says :Mr. Daniels,"and the trans- ,: borne in mind if the question arises Will MeKinnon, then go to Orange packing house at the A. C. L. ARGUMENTS FOR: A NEW TRIAL
SEC. DANIELS PRAISES TIlE whether the personnel should be increased I
| Ciyt to spend the winer with Mrs.
coal to oil will mark an era
ition from j I at the of depot of Oakland opened last week.
expense new con-
DEPARTMENT VERY in our naval development almost com-.i! struction. Owing to the financial con- ':, Walter :Michael. Mr. Ed. Speer will I Fruit from Groveland and other Justice Davis of the Supreme Court
HIGHLY parable with the change from black': dition of the treasury, due to war accompany her making short visitsat points I is being packed.Mr. Heard Arguments for New TrialS-: '
1 conditions abroad the these places, then return to his I
powder to smokeless powder for our J' Henschen is putting out more of Hans Schmidt
does not ask for more men this year, : home at Mountain Creek, Ala' the I
submarines 18 also reviews the remark-
more lIe fruit trees his Gourd Neck
urges guns. but intends, by the distribution of the : J j I on prop-
able aciehvements of the electrically- ; personnel to the best advantage, to .latetr part of the week. erty.I Mr. Hatfield is also enlarging I I[ New York, Dec. 10.-Justice Davis .
Secretary Goes Into Every Detail propelled collier, Jason, the only large not only maintain the effective Mr. and Mrs. Ilafield were in Or- his grove on his John's lake prop-
of the Navy in His vessel of its kind in the world, and ing strength of the navy, but fight-I| lando Sunday, the guests of Mr. Bro- erty. j I of the supreme court today heard arguments -

ComprehensiveReport describes the experiments along this crease under construction it proportionately are completed as ships now and :, kaw. They were accompanied by I The shipments from Oakland the i I for a new trial of Hans

line which the navy is making. 'j added to the navy list during the next Mrs. Michael and daughters, Olive past week were 3 cars of lettuce, I Schmidt, who killed Anna Aumueller.

The Pearl Harbor (Hawaiian, year. and Eva, who were entertained by our I 2,000 crates, 250 crates of peppers : Schmidt is in Sing Sing awaiting ex
Washington, Dec. 11.-Josephus Islands) naval station and dry dock should"Later keep on,pace increase with need in personnel construc- old Oakland friends, Mr. and Mrs. and peas. The lettuce was of excel- !!'I ecution. Schmidt's counsel submit-

Daniels, secretary of the navy, he calls the "overshadowing and tion. In the meantime, there will Frank Williams. I lent quality, some as fine as ever left ,:, ted affidavits by medical experts who
praises his department highly in his brain racking problem of the year, necessarily have to be placed in reserve i Mr. Green of Sanford, a railroad the state. The prices are ranging!! swore they examined, on November
annual report made public here to- absorbing more time in its impera- ': from time to time vessels detective, came Saturday to visit his !I from $2 to $2.50 per crate. Peppers 9th of this year, portions of the body

day. If his requests are carried out tive investigations and considerationsthan date which for although the fighting not sufficiently line, can render up to friend, Harold Henschen, returning: sold at $3.50. One shipment of nine of Anna Aumueller and reached the

by th eshort session of congress, he any other matter to be settled good service in coast defense. For Sunday by way of Orlando. I j i crates of peas, of George Tennent's :' conclusion that she bled to death froman
says, the United States will have a ,by the department." the manning of such vessels and of We are glad to welcome Mr. and brought him the sum of $10 per operation. Judge Davis asked the
"well rounded navy equal, if not superior -1 The secretary reviews the question : the auxiliary which would be required Mrs. C. B. Collier, of Philadelphia,I crate. 'j t counsel to submit memoranda before .
!|' with the fleet in time of war, a reserve Ji
to that of any navy in the ;of armor plate at some length ac- ,; necessary should be organized who arrived Tuesday of last week to II I I Rev. Mr. Steinbock left Tuesday]j I next Tuesday. .
world, ship for ship and man for !cusing the three great manufacturers 'and trained at the earleist practical
man." 'of overcharging the government and., date.. .
Critics of the navy have declared I j preventing competition, and renewing i: The secretary praises the naval mi- '
litia. He declares the navy has a reserve -
recently that the department has !j his recommendation of a federal arm- of at least 25,000 men consisting !
fallen off in efficiency, but Mr. Dan- ;, or plate factory. ;! of former navy men who have :
iels maintains that "in every line of ; The general board of the navy in I left the service but who, experiencein WHY EXPERMNT'1A
the Spanish war showed, would re- ,.
progress and achievement it has demonstrated its annual report asks for an increase I 'I
turn to the flag in time of war. j
its steady advance." I in the personnel of the navy. :Mr. I I Mr. Daniels says the navy is coming 'I I,
For the first time in many years Daniels does not think this necessary, to be "the biggest university in I'

the enlistment is up to the limit pre- he says, and sets forth how the pres- I tern.America Of"his thanks order to banishing his school liquor sys-, i i j i Box of REAL Good Cigars is What Every Man Wants.
scribed by The present en- ent number of officers and men can
congress. he says that "not one but several for-1\
We Have
Packed in Attractive
listment of 52,667 or 4,612 greater be made to suffice. eign countries caught step and fell Christmas
than in 1913, and so attractive has "Since the upbuilding of the modern into line, some of them going so far j
Boxes Our Famous
I vessels have as to prohibit the use of liquor in \
the service become to the youth of navy began many "
I the list from timeto 1-oth army and navy. In defense of
been to navy I
the land that it has been possible to
time, which, although serviceablefor the no-liquor policy he quotes ex-
have a waiting list, and it is a fact war in their day, are Secretary of the Navy John D. Long, II
that picked men alone, of exceptional now obsolete purposes for modern warfare. Lord Kitchener, Surgeon General I --L U-CERt>r CICTE".rl
Gorgas, Admiral Sir Charles Beres-
qualities, mental and moral, and of Naturally, if al Ivessels! of the navy,
ford and William and oth-
including those referred to, are to be I
the fine physical type, are now admit- kept in full commission in readinessfor ers. Emperor William told his naval D
ted; for out of 88,943 applicants for immediate war with a first class cadets several years ago accordingto
, enlistment 13,780 new men were acs naval power, many more officers and Mr. Daniels, "The next war and I
s cepted." men would authorized.be required than are at the next of sea you.battle Nerves demands will decide.soundnerves STEW SO'"UTE:

; "It is thus seen that in increase of present That nation which consumes the least
personnel and in material 1914 has "The general board in its general quantity of alcohol wins." I
i strengthened the fcre: and teh powerof report recommends that personnel be He closes by expressing the wish II
the navy. With the authorizationby provided for certain classes of ships that an international understanding I No Experiment When You Buy These Brands; Which are
named in the report. By wisely util-
the congress, shortly to convene, will scon make big navies a thing of
of ap ro ram as progressive as at the izing the present enlisted personnel the past.
t session which closed in October, the all ships of the classes named can be 'I On Sale at Your Dealers at The Regular Retail :
maintained in full commission with- '
navy will be stronger, relatively and
actually than at any period of our out addition to the present enlist- Under existing conditions "Safety I Prices-No Advance For the Christmas
I history." ment. First" and "Food First" are comingto
Secretary Daniels advocates gener- "It cent is estimated of the that effective more than fighting 90 be more and more synonymous.Who I Packages. Ask the Man Who Smokes.
in the for submarine I
osity appropriations 1
power of the navy ic now fully
craft, the value of which he : manned. And this percentage will is your painter and deccratcr? CURRY & SMITH
says the present war has shown. lIe l>e increased proportionately as new If you are satisfied keep the one you CIGAR COMPANY
gives statistics to prove that our i I ships are placed in active service by have; if not, phone W. T. Ertr ("an.!
I navy I taking the crews from the older ones Ne. 636. 1-20-tf Manufacturers of "TH2 SMOKE OF SATISFACTION"
is not behind the other great nationsin of little or no fighting value. It is I
proporoitn of submarines them- i i conservative to say that the dread- Get the news in the Sentinel first. I ..,... -

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25c to $10.00 ABllllSfflllOiiAllWood SWINGS, TRUNKS.

I Beds, Kitchen Cabinets, Tea Sets, i

All Kinds of Electrical Toys Games Puzzles Blocks Books f


it Racing Autos Trains, Dolls--positively: unbreakable Paints, and numerous others. ,i

I Motors that go, etc. $2 and up, Pianos 25c to $10 Teddy Bears that growl $1.50

> -" Humpty Dumpty Circus---the greatMonkeys that climb 25c

Negro Dolls 60c to $2.25est toy on earth 50c to $10 Dogs that bark 25c

I Celluloid BabiesBaby lOc to $1.00

Blossom .

t Campbell Kids 50c to $1.00

t Doll Carts, 35c to $35
The Nature Dolls look
i new Tango Babies $1.00

:o ; like real I babies, 25c to $7.00 Undressed Kid and Jointed Irish Mail, Velocipedes I Shoo Flys,

i Dressed Dolls lOc to $15.00 and Hobby Horses.
Dolls. 25c .
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PURE FELT MATTRESS, weiglt.50 First Show 7 P. M. MUSLIN, pure bleached, full yard wide,
pounds, made of a heavy art ticking
imperial; stitched, $16.00 value, limit 1 soft finish, 12ic. quality, 10 yards for
to a customer 75c

BATH TOWELS,bleached,hemmed ready
MEN'S SHIRTS,coat style,small neat deUTREY HEARTS" for use,a regular IZy c.quality,limit 6
signs,a regular$1.00 quality to a customer

. : 75c -. 8 1-2c

-' Crepes in plain and fancy, Duckling RIBBONS, 4 and 5 inches wide in Pink, sy
Kimona Flannels, Poplins and some "HIS NIGHT OUT" Light Blue, Red, Black and White, 15c.
ti Wool Dress Goods, values up to 35c., and 19c. quality
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your choice

LADIES' BELTS, all the late styles in One Extra Reel TOPS,made of Burlap and Tap- .
Elastic and Fancy Silk and Velvet vest estry,all colors,35c and 50c.value
effects,GOc.and 75c.quality
1 48c
Pay a visit to our Soda Fountain and Lucheonette.
CORSETS, good style, all sizes, extra ,
. LADIES'OUTING GOWNS a good heavy .. Admission Free until 6.30 p.m. at ."
weight,a regular 75c.value
; 42c Admission, Nights, Children, 5c., Adults, lOc 48c '

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Best Sliced Bacon per lb. 2 cans best E. J. Peas CHOICE

Fancy Kitchen Broom-Value 40c 1 Ib. Fancy Roasted Coffee

7 cakes Lenox Soap FOR
Pint Welches 1 Grape Juice
3 cakes Sapolio
1 can of sunbeam salmon-Value 30c
3 cakes Bon Ami

i 3 can Dutch Cleansers lcanscuddern.l3.pleButter-Value35c '/

:, ; 5 lbs. Best Laundry Starch 4 Ibs. Granulated sugar ) C

3 cans Campbells Soup Fancy Calaf. Peaches-Value 30c .

3 cans Readymaid Soup Fancy Calaf. apricots-Value 30c '

: 1 can best Asparagus Tips-Value 35c Fancy Calaf. Pears-30c \ All 30c. and 35c. values

1 3 cans Fancy Corn I Fancy Calif Cherries-Value 35c ,

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Many Posters-Big Adver-

tising Campaign Planned Tour I,

The Curry & Smith Cigar com I :;: .:. ,,::: -: ';:":
Direction and ManagementThe pany are distributing unique posters I .>:.::: ., :",: .
all over the city advertising the Lu-

officers and Directors of this cerne popular Circle, one sellers.of the In company'smost about ten ? irrT : '-, .
Bank are well known for their exper- I ] 1
days or two weeks Mr. Curry and Joe
ience and business standing. They Davis will motor to the East Coast

give their personal attention to the and intermediate points for the pur-

affairs of the bank and personally pass pose of advertising extensively their : .j

on all loans and investments. cigars.
I .
The business of this bank is confinedto I :
strictly sound, legitimate enterprises.

In safeguarding the best interests of Editor Has Excellent News BURGLARSand

the stockholders they are also giving paper-Last Issue of ClearwaterSun !
the same protection to each depositor. Good One I I Sneak Thieves Hold no Scare

I for those who their valuables
STATE BANK The last issue of the ClearwaterSun I keep .

was, in our language, a "cracker-I in our vault.
of Orlando jack." Willis Powell is a
within himself, and Pinellas county
I Safe Deposit Boxes
and Clearwater are indeed fortunatein .
having such an able editor in their ; $1 and
per year up. ;
midst. Long may the "Sun shine"
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with Editor Powell guiding its rays. ..

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10,000 Employes of Crane Co. Will -. : '. ..- :
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Share in a $650,000; Christ- :: -' : :. ..:
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Chicago, Dec. 11.-Ten thousand, :. ':, "
Mr. John McCamy left yesterday
FOR SALE I afternoon for St. Petersburg.Mrs. employes of the Crane Company will
share in a $650,000 Christmas gift ..'-' ,
Everett Clay and Mrs. II. Pin- this year as partial recompense for ,

der left yesterday for Tampa. from the shrinkage lost time in during wages the that year resulted, according -I o ., .0.
2300 acres of unimproved Before having pictures see "life to an announcement by R. T. : t tMcElroy's
pine land, fine motion pictures" at Evans', 100 North Crane III. today.D. I tJ .

Main. 11-25-tf .., '" ', ,. .. ... .'
fruit land :
truck and big A. Cooper went to Jacksonville i : .: .
portion of it has clay Mrs. D. C. Thompson returned yes- yesterday to meet his mother, who -
and marl sub'soil. Situ- terday from Plant City, where she is going to spend the winter with him. =!! '
had been on a business mission. Mr. Cooper lives at 404 East Pine I,
uate on County road I street. I

within seven miles .of II. C.' Bretney, Florida passenger I
Orlando. agent for the L. & N., at Jackson- Mrs. R. Briggs and daughters, Pharmacy
ville, was in Orlando yesterday.This Misses Helen and Sarah, have returned -
S4.40 an acre will buy to Orlando from Frost, Ky.: ,
and are at home to their friends in
this tract and the propo- is the day for Yankee baked Established 34 Years
Mr. S. P. Carpenter's cottage on Lake Orlando Fla.
beans and steamed brown bread at ,
sition is 'cinch"
a as a Cherokee.Mr. .
the Woman's Exchange. 12ltcJ. -
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small investment. This

W. S. Branch, at the Arcade
is for sale.
price quick E. Ward, of Tampa, representingth
Book and Music Store, has begun the
If this land eLondon Assurance company, wasa
you want annual custom of wrapping packages.
caller at Curtis & O'Neal's yester-
call on day. Bright Christmas red and Christmas Start your Christmas ShoppingList
green wrapping paper is being used
I for all holiday goods. Red twine is
Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Bogue, who used on the green packages and green
have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. R.
twine the red
on packages. with Box of
:, Bogue, of this city, left yesterday for a
S. G. Dolive & SonREAL
their home in Oxford, Fla.
i I i i Messrs. E. and Win. G. Neilson, Jr.,
of Baltimore, are in Orlando on a
ESTATENo. Miss Ellen Dickerson, whose homeis visit to Mr. and Mrs. C. 31. Brod- or Page and Shaw's Candies.
in Paris, arrived yesterday after- water, of this city. Mr. William Neil-
t 3 WEST PINE STREET noon to visit Mr. and Mrs. Merle Mc- son lived in Orlando several years

Elroy. Miss Dickerson formerlylived ago, and has many friends who will
Second Floor
t I at Birmingham, Mrs. McElroy's pleasantly remember him as being a
l former home. valued attache of the Lord Grocery .

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IsQ Pharmacy Agents r
I Ir W. L. Tillinghast, who has a _
Are your hens laying ? If not, why not ? number of friends and acquaintancesin

Orlando, stopped over in the city
Try Aunt Patsy's Poultry Food. Guaranteed
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Everything in the Chicken line.
years salesman in Mr. Duckworth's I: 0 IHt ilMMMIIIIIIMi
shoe emporium on Orange avenue. _
; Wright Seed Company He is still in the shoe business, being I': G f
one of Mr. Duckworth's right hand :
} Phone 179 206 So. Orange Ave. men in the Sunshine City.
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The Woman's Exchange can fur- p- n 'l.lflEY- i
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nish you with delicious crystallized! :
t i iI grapefruit and kumquats put up in I'i
Sacrifice boxes for Christmas also the
Big of Millinery! 'i dainty ; :
best of home made candies. Leave ,
I Special forSaturday- I I your orders early. 12-ltc I'

i Monday TuesdayAll Mrs. Nathan Stone and children, of :

New Haven, Conn., are occupying one i
trimmed Hats $3.50 & $4.89 of the new bungalows on Lake Jennie j
Jewel for the winter. Mrs. Stone is''
Untrimmed Hats $1.00 to $2.49 the wife of the principal'1 of Yale Bus- '
iness college and a welcome addition '
$5.00 Plumes, $2.98 to the colony.Mr. + 4

H. M. Dixon, of Dixondale, Va., :' Automatic
HARLEY-DAVIDSON Horsepower 3-Speed Sliding
Mrs. Frank Soper, 24 Church St. has been visiting Captain Chas. L. I' '
Mechanical Oil Pump. Step-Starter and 66 Refinements, $275.00. I
Albertson, on Lake Jennie Jewel, en
route from Mexico to his home. Mr.
Dixon is a nephew of the noted author -, W. WHITNEY WRIGHT 129 OOrlndo. :.
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Our floors are overflowing with most lasting and appropriate Christmas Gifts fcr mother, wife, sister or daughter, father,

husband, brother and son. 1

Come in and let us show you the gift which will be appreciated 365 days each year. I

Our stock of Easy Rockers and Morris chairs, Bookcases and Library Table are unusually large this season, select yours i

now, we will deliver it Christmas Eve. I

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