The morning sentinel
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079945/00211
 Material Information
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 16, 1914
Publication Date: 1913-1918
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075052
oclc - 34297093
notis - AKR3407
lccn - sn 96027193
System ID: UF00079945:00211
 Related Items
Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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Expected That Orlando's Newest Dr. Wray Will Depart for Lakeland -
Gen. Bliss Will Not Act j DERS FRONT ; ISLAM WET BY 1500;

Until Get Orders j Cafe Will Be Opened I I Next Week-Many

Washington, Dec.-15.-Orders were i ji f FIGHTING ON GERMAN TERRITORYBut Formally Near Some Future Time in THINKS THE ALLIANCE Y WILL WIN Other AppointmentsAs District PLANT CITY m VOTED DRY

issued by Secretary Garrison after a I _

cabinet meeting today that three regiments I Germans Are Contesting Improvements running into the thou- Turk Head Presides at Parliament I a result of the Methodist church Only Section of County That
of infantry, three batteries of : sands of dollars have been made on conference at Arcadia which came to
I',' artillery, aggregating 3,500 men, be I Every Foot of Ground-Ad- the San Juan hotel under the per- I With Solemn Dignity a close Monday morning the Rev. Dr. Went Dry-About Six

sent at once to reinforce Gen. Bliss, J! vance Within 20 Miles sonal direction of Harry L. Beeman -Other News From J. E. Wray, for two years pastor of Thousand Votes Were

at Naco. J t i of Muelhausen making that popular and well known j j FrontConstantinople the Orlando Methodist church will Polled

Two significant facts relating tod> hostelry one of the finest, most up to j be succeeded by the Rev. Dr. U. B.
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the hurry orders today are these: date and modern in Florida. No ef- : Ley, for several years pastor at the
Paris Dec. 15.The French and j I Dec. 15.-The Sultan (Special to The Sentinel.)
First, the order for additional troops fort, time or money has been spared ;| Lakeland Methodist church. Dr.
!i the Turkish Fla. Dec.
Belgian troops drove forward from today opened parljament Tampa, 15.Hillsboroughcounty
followed the impudent Carranza state- by Mr. Beeman to make the San Juan i j i Wray will go to Lakeland and next
with great and solemn ceremonies voted to retain the saloon today
ment to Secretary Bryan yesterdaythat Nieuport today following a heavy distinctive and comfortable embody-i I week will depart with his family for
j Marshal Von Der Goltz being by a majority of 1,500, accordingto
any use of force by the United bombardment by the British squadronand ing all of the features of a metropol-j I that city.
I j seated near the Sultan, who explained the latest returns with but two or
States, such firing across the bor- itan hotel. i At Monday's meeting at the -
as conference
j French guns of the German artillery the origin of the war, throwing the I three small precincts missing.The .
der, would be regarded as a hostile The rooms have been renovated various reports were read and I
positions from which the Ger- blame on the triple entente whose desire only section of the county
act; second, that the troops which are from the second to the fourth floor, I adopted. The conference treasurer
I' man guns have been shelling the townof he said was to overthrow Islam. I I II which was wet and which was voted
being hurried to Naco will make the new furnishings and fixtures being reported total collections amounting ,
confidence of final Plant the of
lie expressed the I dry was City scene recent -
United States forces equal to the Oost Dunkirk and by a valiant installed throughout. The interior : on $45.29G.I8.? Pair presiding elders,
victory for the $130,290 number of disturbances at a prohibition
$17,909 :
; German-Austrian-I pastors
combined forces of Maytorena and advance succeeded in establishing has been transformed the
I entirely ; |
Turkish cause.ADVICEFROMP.M.M'LEAN'. societies 453; number without houses rally. The foreign element in Tampawas
Hill.There themselves on a line three miles long, exterior has been painted and redec-I i|I of worship, 38; value of houses of largely responsible for the result -

will be 5,000 soldiers on each one mile east of the Yser. orated. Spacious additions have been worship, 5125933. Pastoral charges, Aproximately 6,000 votes were
side of the line and the troops which added wherever possible; and every :> 170; parsonages 141; value of parsonages -
This is the first general advance I i $319,505; ; districts 8; dis- polled.
have been designated to go to Naco bit of waste space has been utilized. ;, trict 7 infant baptized
parsonages ;
are the eleventh, eighteenth, and I made by the allies in this northern The most amazing transformation' 875; local preachers 133; members

twenty-second regiments of infantry, i extremity of the Flanders front. Simultaneously i' has taken place on the interior. South : I! 36,747; adults baptized 1,618; Ep- ,
i Seasonable Adviceto CITY COUNCIL MEETINGSeveral
I Gives Some I Ii
worth leagues, 160 members 5,102
now in Texas City, and batteries A, the British aided by''I of the main lobby and office the room I ; ;
j i Persons Who Desire to !I i Sunday schools :363; officers and
B and C of the fifth field artillery sta- French reinforcements, conducted avery :I formerly used as the main dining hall i ;teachers, 3,211; scholars enrolled 31-

tioned at Fort Hill Okla., Gen. Thomas successful drive against three : is now being dismantled of its old fix- !' Mail Christmas j I 1939; raised for foreign missions $4- Petitions Were Presented -
F. Davis in command of the rein- tures by the contractor and this room : Packages i j 466, and $891:> special; home and conference -
German strongholds south''' of 1 mission $10,800 special $3- Yesterda-Lemon
forcements.The Ypres, will be occupied as a lounge with !j ;
030; church extension, $1,163; special .
war department and the White gaining firm footholds in mutually cigar and news stands and a general I Postmaster W. C. McLean gives $191; education, $14,775; Bible Street Residents Want

House had a very elaborate report coveted strategic positions.The i: arcade. I some seasonable advice to persons' society, $1,462. Street Lamps \

from Gen. Bliss today. Secretary Germans are bitterly contest- i I From the center of this room connecting j: who mail letters or send packages j! J. W. Stubbs was received from the ---

Garrison didn't comment on the report ing the French advance against Muel-!I with the new dining room to I I through the mails that it would be nation Baptist church and assumed the ordi- The city council met yesterday and

received today from Gen. Bliss hausen where the fighting is now on i the extreme south of the building is I well for Christmas givers to heed. Appointments vows. of the Florida: annual I I certified the paving assessment for

other than to say that it dealt with German territory, and an official i j a spacious corridor which will be a I He gives out the following for the confernece of the1.. E. Church property owners on East Central avenue -

conditions which had arisen there. statement from the French war office i i| miniature "Peacock Alley" when benefit of persons who send South, were read by Bishop H. C. amounting to about $4,000; or-

No new orders were sent to Gen. admits that a check in the front of'i'I ished. Opening to the east from fin-I I mas gifts or other packages Christ-I :Morrison at Orlando 11:30 a.District m. Monday: dered the city attorney to file a lien

Blis stoday. When the reinforce- Steinbach by the Prussians advancing I i corridor is a strictly sanitary barbershop I "Many packages drooped in Smith Harden, presiding elder; Burbank on all property abutting on Kuhl,

ments arrive at Naco they still are from Uffholz two miles away, but )' and a lunch room where "quick are not mailable because the same do circuit J. P. Hight, supply; Ali Gore and South Orange avenues,

to await further orders from Presi- the claim of the French is still to j lunches" may be obtained when com I not comply with the following! instructions i toona circuit, I. B. Roberts; Apopka where paving assesments have not
circuit. G. B. Reeves, supply Crescent -
dent Wilson. maintain their positions on the I pleted.At : I i City circuit, S. J. Hendrix; ; been paid; and received several peti-

heights which dominate Steinbach. the end of the corridor the new "Most foreign countries refuse to terprise circuit W. J. Bartlett, tions. ,
I admit to their mails articles bearing I
Acts The advance here reached within I ply Haines City W. G. En-I I
Navy Department dining room is located. Dinner was Christmas unless ; Residents on Lemon street peti-
non-postage stamps
Washington, Dec. 15.-After a cab- I twenty miles of Muelhausen. served in this room yesterday noon'for the non-postage stamps are affixed: to I Hawthorne circuit, A. L. Hope; tioned for street lamps at the corner
simmee S. W. Lawler; Maitland cir-
inet meeting today it was announced I the first time. Mr. Beeman ex- the back of the covers. And articles -uit. K. D. Jones, supply; Leesburg of Lemon and Reel streets, Lemon

that the navy department and not MARRIED YESTERDAYMiss pects to formally open this splendid which stated do not will comply not with be dispatched the conditions i:'! S. Grady; Orlando J. B. Ley; Oviedo and Lee streets, and the extreme western
Gov. Goethals would control the situ- I circuit J. L. Folsom; Palatka. W. M.
addition some time in the near future. from this country but wilt'be returned of Lemon street.A .
ation in the canal zone as to the mis- Ruby B. Hoard was married I The new dining room is easily the I to the sender if known other-I)I II.Poage York; Rodman; Frostproof.and Fort J. W.McCoy Stubbs G. petition was also presented for
use of radio. Secretary Daniels said yesterday afternoon to Herbert 11.E I feature of the hotel. I wise they will be sent to the division j I i|I Seville circuit R. E. L. Folsom; Uma- an improved hard surface graded

c tonight that destroyers and other Buchanan of Norfolk Va., the cere- An almost solid row of windows of"Therefore dead letters.to know that do- !:; tilla and Tavares, J. B. Rooney; Win- I public road from the city to the cem-
ships would be sent to the canal and mony being performed by the Rev. your i i j ter Garden circuit II. Steinbecke; J
the south excellently lights the new mestic as well as your foreign mail etery, from Lake street to Thompsonavenue. '
at the moment when needed to pre- Dr. E. T. Poulson pastor of the Bap- dining room, and it is artistically will be properly dispatched do not circuit Winter Haven to be R.supplied II. Barnett; Interlarhen; Welaka This petition was signed by

vent the use of radio in any unneu- tist church at the church parsonage.The lighted by superb indirect lighting place on the address side of any mail !'circuit, T. F. Roland; Webster. G. F. fifvy people. If this road is built i
adhesive seals
stickers other
tral manner by ships of any belligerent happy couple was accompaniedby the shades or than Butler.In .
being artistically lawful postage stamps. Parcel post will be the connecting link to the i:
nation.BANQUET. Mrs. Louisa Hoard and U. G. Sal- decorated. New silver service tables packages are now mailable to all I. ments tomorrow's for the Tallahassee Sentinel appoint-Gainesville I cemetery. {

yers an uncle. They will make Or- and chairs individual table lights, counntries as heretofore except Belgium :- Jacksonville and Ocala districts-

I lando their home. I handsome window tapestries and deI j I northeastern, Turkey parts and of the France.northern and i j i;ij will be published. :

PLAZA TONIGHT lightful music will give to this beautiful "Mail jour Christmas packages' I JOHNSON GETS $$50 FINE :

I cafe class and distinctiveness. early. You can insure domestic ,
I GREAT 1914 COTTON YiElD I When all the furnishings have arrived i $25 value for 5 cents $50 value parcels |MANY GO TO REST ROOM .- j
for 10 cents, and
Mrs. Fuller's Methodist Church I I and the improvements are fully I is less cost get a than return register receipt, i iv.hicb 1 i I 1 Was' Arrested by Officer Gollins ;

Sunday School Class Will I completed the San Juan hotel will be I which answers same as register ai.ii ': Charged With Carrying Con- ?
Hold First Annual {I Largest Crop Ever Produced' unrivalled. It is another example of I costs you less. II i Tourists' Headquarters Are Frequented -

and Reduced Consumption I Mr. Beeman's thoroughness in doing I "(lave jour packages properly I i I by :Many Tourists- cealed'eponsOther :
BanquetThe wrapped addressed with ink, and do j j I Violations
!1 Due to EuropeanWar I things in the right manner, and Orlando I not neglect to place on packagesname I Plans, for State Organizations -

Plaza restaurant at 8 o'clock i is to be congratulated upon and address of sender. Packages Laid 'I' Three j
I offenses came to the attention
| having a citizen with ambitions to I i igive which do not bear the name of 1
tonight, will be the scene of a merry the sender will not be received for I of "His Honor" in police court i
i j
the the best service obI I i
Washington Dec. 15.Total public
Tourists |!
banquet when thirt '-five members of con- I mailing. Mail packages weighingmore are arriving on every I yesterday. ;

Mrs. Edna Fuller's Methodist church sumption somewhat of cotton during the past tainable. i than four ounces at posto:fices." I train and the Tourist Headquarters j i I Wade Johnson, arrested by Officer !
year was greater than that
under the management of Mr. J. E. Collins for using profane language, 4
Sunday school class congregates at I of any previous year, but the recordof Magin, is filled with old''([I disturbing the peace and carrying i
its first annual dinner. All membersof production in 1913 resulted in a ANOTHER WINTER"I CLAUS A LA STORK faces A new i concealed weapons, was fined $50 and 1

the class are young business men considerable increase in stocks.To every day. cosy corner has I> costs.
this is added the of 1 I been fitted especialyl for the la- I !
of Orlando, well and favorably known 1i i J. L. Mack, arrested by Officer Car-
one of the largest crops ever pro- Uriah Seely, of Newark, N. J., j i President Expects Stork to Visit dies; and tables for playing checkers, '
who have been greatly benefited ter for turning his team around at
duced and of materially reduced con- Arrived Monday Night to Mrs. Sayre, Who Is to Be whist, chess dominoes etc., have been the of 1
corner Orange avenue and
t by Mrs. Fuller's inspiring instruction sumption due to the European : arranged, and these filled j
war, Spend Another Winter [ Her Father's Guest at are Church street was fined $1 and costs.
during the past year. Following the : thus making an unprecedented condi- in Orlando i i Christmas Time throughout the day. The success of ,' John O'Brian, arrested by Officer j

banquet tonight it is expected that I tion in the cotton world. This state- the room proves that the Board of;I Carter, charged with drunkenness and

such an event will be an annual ment summing up the cotton situation Uriah Seelj, of Newark, N. J., arrived i Washington Dec. 15.-The storkis Trade did a wise thing in establish- i'' resisting arrest, pleaded not guilty 1 .
tonight was issued by the bureau of ing it, and the real good resulting will
affair. I in the
city Monday evening and scheduled to arrive at the White and was discharged.
census. The bureau's figures show I increase month and of its
will another winter in Orlando every year
pass House at about the same time as
I the supply of cotton in the United i having taken rooms with Mrs. W. H. Santa Claus. operation.
HERE States in 1914 to be the largest of j Mr.l, Several state organizations
RJ. were
Howard Robinson
I on avenue. The Christmas baby is to be born C088 VISIT POSTPONEDFamous S N II
any year except 1913, when there was I Seely spent last winter here and made I I to Mrs. Francis Bowes Sayre, daughter perfected last spring and these will
more than a million bales in be renewed this winter.
excess friends Arrange-
many and acquaintances by i of President ''Wilson who with
President and Owner of Georgia of the 1914 supply. The stocks of I his sociability and especially by his her husband; will arrive at the White ments are being made for a meeting Ball Player Will Not

Railroad and Hampton cotton at the close of August 1914, I help in establishing the Tourist Headquarters '' House early next week. I I j of the Ohio Association, to be held Visit Orlando Until First j I

totaled including linters, 1,647,836 which r soon. Many Buckeyes are already : of Year Will Be
Hotel in Orlando were opened in the Mrs. Sayre's wedding was the thir- Guest
Yesterday bales.. late winter in the Arcade building. ;i teenth to take place in the White here and many more are expected in'' of H. L. Beeman 11 i

I Mr. Seely assisted in getting the I House, but a baby born to her there the next few days. A tri-state asso-

J. W. Oglesby, owner of the South FOOTBALL GAME TODAY room in order and was on hand everyday j would be only the eighth birth there. ciation to include residents of the j j Tyrus Cobb, the famous American '1
to welcome visitors states of Iowa, Minnesota, and the League baseball player will
and make The first child born in the presi- not arrive J
Georgia railroad Orlando The high school '
came to football team will 8
himself useful. He was also activein dent's house was James Madison Randolph Dakotas is soon to be organized. in Orlando Friday to be the f
yesterday in a private car and play a team composed of the younger the organization of the New Jersey ;. grandson of President Many of the leading citizens of Or- guest of Harry L. Beeman, as originally 1 t

stopped off a few hours on business banking employes at the fair groundsthis association. He also delivered an ad- son. The latest was Esther JetIer-I'lando are from the Northwest and a planned. Because of urgent local j I

connected with the Hotel Hampton The game afternoon will at be about a good 4 one o'clock.and dress to the tourists, in which he'I t::1 j land born in September 1893.EVERS strong society is assured. business connected with the San 1 ;

a vivid and interesting account Juan hotel Mr. Beeman has \
Hampton Springs, Fla., and also for everybody is invited to attend and gave postponed
of of some of his travels in the United PASSES CRISIS Judge Wm. Fish of Atlanta ar- his invitation and Mr. Cobb will come
the purpose introducing Hampton "root. States. He notes many improvements I rived in Orlando last evening on a the first of the year.

Springs water. The water is very since he left in the spring. I! New York, Dec. 115.Johnny Evers visit to his brother, Mr. Geo. A. Fish, 1 f

curative and the new hotel is one of Mr. and Mrs.\ J. H. Hollenbach, came through the crisis in his attack at his home on Gore avenue. Judge :, Electric lamps Orlando pillow tops, I

I the finest resorts in the country. daughter and son, will arrive today THE WEATHER i of pneumonia tonight. The only thing Fish is one of the ablest and oldest :, cases boxes, smoking sets, at Curtis

t From here he went with his party to from Rockford, Ill., and occupy their Florida: Fair Wednesday and I now to be feared is a relapse, which judges of the supreme court in Georgia : & O'Neal's and a variety of nice i t

'.:. i Tampa and St. Petersburg. ia I winter home on Lake Luna. I Thursday. the doctors think may be avoided. things for that Christmas present.J i

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To the Good Citizens of Orlando: FIIOeCI1OII! I
p'STES' I 'sTFS [; STFS f STF STF.S @.ST ,@_STF.SI Vlissensen of the FHlpr.iti of Loyal Order of Moose, 766, of Or- alll 1
Women's Clubs in Chicago ti "\'la rex the lando, Florida, wish to do their sharein I
foot Is Just as expressive as tile hand Chief Occupation of London making Christmas what the word I
Miss Cannon of London IjvMtutl Women Is to Roll Cigarettesfor really means. If any one knows of 1
XMAS PRESENTS needy families widows, or children I AND ICES I
150.000 stars .accordiiij to their *|ultra
and in recognition; of this unparalleled Sweethearts at who he can help to say t.uly this is I !
Christmas, please send names and
work the Itoyal I Astronomical Front -
addresses not later than December .1
society of Great Britain has made :
20. Adress either O. Mclntosh, 11.
her an honorary membt London, Dec. 14.-Rolling cigar- Gauthier, F. J. Raehn, or L. O. O. M., Telephone 084 i
Pullman Aprons, Miss Malxji Green. London's most remarkable ettes for relatives, sweethearts and Orlando, Fla. 11-13-6tc .
bl.ud ;girl; |Ks>ess.es extraor .i
friends on the fighting line just now -
dinary memory. She recently reporteda Get the in the Sentinel first. i!
Tourist Traveling Cases. is the occupation of many women news
pastors sermon of 9.000 words without -
notes and declared that it was here, who believe that their own work New York Ice CreamIly

-, Travelers Writing Sets. without a siux'e' omission or mistake. will be more appreciated as Christmas Specialy I
The Countess of Warwick who re- presents than packages of ordi-
Parisian Ivory Sets. cently started In business as a garden narily manufactured cigarettes.It SOMETHING NICE! Philadelphia and Fancy Creams
designer will undertake the laying out
is not an uncommon sight to see to OrderWHOLESALE
of gardens. The (countess who Is an
Icy Hot Vacuum Bottles. F enthusiastic amateur gardener estab- women rollnig cigarettes in the Two Beautiful Built ing Lots AND RETAIL
lounge rooms of well hotels
lished a training college for women Avenue
gardeners at Studley some time apo. and many have temporarily given up On South Orange i
Parker Fountain Pens Lake Lucerne Neopolitanin Stock
At the time of the FrancoPrussianwar. knitting. near splendid -
rfl in lS O. Sarah Bernhardt left the Symmetry, of course, is not muchin view of the lake, only -
Playing Cards in Cases. stage and became a hospital nurse. evidence in these productions, 2 1-2 blocks from business I Ii
where she did excellent work
among/ which often swell out toward the
the wounded. After this she enteredthe cen- center, nice big shade trees C. H Hoefler
Perfumes and Toilet Waters. Comcdie Frnucaise. where. In the ter, like cigars; but Tommy Atkins is shrubbery, &c., adjourning 'J
4' tJ: character of Dona SoL in "Hernani." a gracious person, and probably will i
lot to one of the best residences -
Xmas in Xmas Boxes. tl she was first pronounced great by be able to smoke them despite their
Cigars I Residence
[!) Paris. shortcomings.One in city.-For sale by 205 liberty St.

'n 11 philosophic manufacturer said I WALTER W. ROSE I Corner Mariposa

Li; Fashion Frills. today that he was pleased becauseso REAL ESTATE FACTORY AROUND THE CORNER
much tobacco would be wasted in I
Observation proves to us that the Rooms I 4 3 Watkins Block :
wasted in the process of manufacturethat PRICES RT4ISO1IRLTEN
feminist movement is one of short Phone 555
there would be increased sale.
strides at present.-Little Rock Ga
Girls seem to have taken the stickups t
out of their hats and put them In
the backs of their collars.Youngstown -
Paris dressmakers nave formed an
f PHONES association to punish persons who copy
French models. Fine. Make it a felony.
n kv7 .-Cleveland Plain Dealer. COOK WITH GAS
There will be no cuff on the trouser
61 and 95 : leg next year. That's reassuring
: \ : From the way things were going we
I feared the ankle watch.-CincInnati

JtSTESftM, STES||@[ SrESJlgSTESi'B' STESJIB STESja![ STESJj,jjSTES Feminine Fancies.It's 1. Convenience 6. Speed

funny how much of the furniturethe =2. Comfort 7. Efficiency
daughter of the house thinks be-
longs to her when she gets married. 8. Safety ,
3. Cleanliness
Kansas City Journal.Do .
HARRT5DMHOUSEHOLD you remember Sweet Alice who 9. Perfect Regulation
wept with delight when Ben Bolt gave 4. Simplicity
her a smile and trembled with fear at of Heat
his frown? Women are not built that
way nowadays.-Louisville Courier- 5. Accessibility?
JournaL 10. Economy

Undeterred by their defeat in 1912
< the women suffragists of Ohio have begun
a new campaign for a constitu-
.. TormosteyerathingEasy tional amendment giving them the
ballot. That is the way such victoriesare 8. SAFETYCould
won.-New York World.

IIlD to use. any fuel be safer than GAS? Hardly.
Easy to buy. The Writers. There are no sparks to pop out and set fire to the kitchen floor; there is

: Augustus Thomas the playwright. no chance of explosion; there is nothing to leak on the floor and flame up ,when

Small cans. has been honored by Williams college someone carelessly drops a lighted match; there are no flues to burn out and set
which recently conferred on him the
16 Colors and degree of master of arts. the house afire; there are no wood piles or coal bins with their constant dangerto
Selma Lagerlof by virtue of her admission your house.
ALL GOD. recently to the Swedish academy -
will have a voice hereafter in the GAS the safest of all fuel to use and this fact can easily be proved by reference -

awarding of the Nobel prizes for litera- to the records of fire departments and insurance companies.The .

-.l.Q1. Wears well. ture.William .
Allen Neilson author of use of GAS spells SAFETY.
Looks well. "Essentials of Poetry" and editor of
the series "Types of English Literature -
," has been appointed exchange
J What more'ask professor at the Sorbonne. ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO.

qrn? can you ? Flippant FlingsAre .

t' +l no American institutions safe GAS DEPARTMENT .
Here is the grand lodge of the Elks
taking steps to get rid of the goat!-
New York MaiL 1F1oria
The Ohio man who has invented a
Jos. Bumby Hardware Co., machine for cutting his own hair has
nothing on his grandfather who married .
one.-Washington Post.
ORLAJSTDO. You have frequently heard some lazy

.11111111111111111111.111..1.1111111.111.1111111 lout apple limited swat kicker complain the on-complains-Atchison Adam.flies because when because And Globe.the Eve now Noah supply wished a chronic didn't was the Th a R al E t m & InY till nt .


. : REAL ESTATE Our Own-Country. Capital $50,000.( Fully Paid Up. .

ours How Is fortunate not involved this In great a network country of of Incorporated In Florida; Therefore Under Slate Control,

"entangling alliances.-Exchange.:
The "splendid Isolation" of the Unit-
ed States was never more splendid and
We buy d sell all classes and kinds of Real Estate.If Impressive than now. New York

you want to buy or sell the earth it will pay you to call America has two things to be thankful IUE extend a cordially invitation to Investors and
I for in the present time of armed up-

and talk your wishes over with us. I other roar. One Is the Is the Pacific Atlantic ocean.ocean-Chicago and the if Property-Holders to call at our office, to learn

The manager of this firm has had years of exper- I News. the most progressive and conservative methods.

ience dealing in Florida investments, having sold over a German Gleanings.The hei
To protect your interests this Company aside ot -i .

million dollars worth of Florida Real Estate in the last total value of Germany's live
stock is estimated at$3.000.OOOCOO.( financial strength, give Bank Gaurantee whenever our
two : Eighty German cities subsidize theaters -
years. : In sums from a few hundred dollars clients demand it. Enquiries by mail promptly an

We are well posted on the value of all classes and : up to $40.000 a year.
To make it easier for citizens to own swered.
{ kinds of Florida property. We want listed with us all : their houses. Dusseldorf has arranged
with a Munich bank to take first mort-

bargains in Real Estate, and we want customers for Real gages on houses, while Dusseldorf Itself HENRY BENEDICT, PresidentOffice
: takes second liens.
Estate Bargains. .

:. English-Etchings. over Peoples National Bank. Phone 570

: It Is estimated that In London 29 .
: per cent of days are wet.
There are no fewer than fifty Gros-
COMPANYR. venor streets In the London postal area

: A census of the buildings in London
shows that for every 100.000 of the

D. WARING, Manager population there are forty-five placesof

i Rooms 4 and Watkins Block Phone No. 63111.15ti to In worship disappear I less than and a from six year therters.the the! British horse Is postal:Ufcely! Sentinel Want A Ads Gat Results

delivery business. his place In the country -
i being taken by motorcycles with

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right over the place. I don't know if Eat all you want. I
GERMANS HAVE GREAT Eat what you want.
any were hit-none have been brought
Take a postscript and forget it. I
The Name in-but it shows how the Germansare VOT sale by all druggists.
kept informed of everything that l-7-d&w-lyr
goes on. .

. 'allowed to, Dec.see 14.an-interesting I have just letter been FRENCH H 10 AS 6 CREDITS I! Dr Buckmaster(I I

#" from an officer attached to the King's I ::1
Shropshire light infantry. He is ina OSTEOPATH j
the battle line which I In Order to Avoid the National
part judge !
I[Graduate of Kirksville
'CARlDANNMeans from his description is in Belgium, as Defense Having to Exist

the country thereabouts is cultivated From Hand to S. OraneAvenue Arthur JohnsonIn

like garden plots, he says. Here is :Mouth: ABovt
a portion of his letter: PEOPLES[ BANK PHCHE578[

"The position is like this. In i Paris, Dec. 14.-President Poincare the 9th of the "Beloved Adventurer"series

front, about 800 yards away, are our I presided over a meeting of the French

trenches, those of my own regimenton cabinet this morning at the Palace of U "

the left and those of the next regiment the Elysee. All the ministers were ACREAGE FOR SALE BRANDON'SVitagraph LAST RIOE

in the line on the right of a present except the minister of war,

railway that runs between them. The Alevandre Millerand, who is at Bor- -QXORLANDOSANFORD- ,

German trenches are beyond ours-in deaux.A A special feature complete in two parts.

places only 400 yards beyond. Our decree was signed setting December BRICK ROAD

.. ,guns are behind us and those of the 22 as the date of the openingof i

enemy behind their trenches. The both houses of The "
guns try and locate each other's bat- minister of finance, Alexandre Ribot, AT A SONG "

teries, and also try to shell each oth- explained the bill referring to provis- SUE \WANTED A CAR

er's trenches. The German guns are ional monthly credits, after which the ,

heavier than ours, but lately we have cabinet decided to request parliamentto Sixty.five acres of best rolling pine A Lubin Comedy.

brought up some huge big ones. I vote six provisional monthly cred- I I land suitable citru trees andall

REAL L ESTATE saw a battery of them on the way up its in order to avoid the national defense field crops; within sight of railroad

and they were indeed great. having to exist from hand to station, schools,churches. MUST BE

"The regiment on the right have mouth and so that the armed forces SACRIFICED. A fine location for a "

had a very bad time. They hold a may be able' to continue the war with nursery. "A JUST PUNISHMENT
village, and the Germans have the
necessary energy. Price, Terms $25 per Acre ,
of their trenches and have been
c_ shelling them unmercifully. Their:' TilE BLESSING OF HARD TIMES Spot Cash $zo per acre A Selig Drama.

big guns, or "Jack Johnsons," send
Recent Governor of Belgian Territory
Welcomedat shells that shake this farm and make When Farmer Jones' Berkshire hog Five Reels ol Splendid Pictures.
Occupied by Germany
the farm
living The Grove Value
was on Biggest
Constantinople all the windows rattle, and this when
His personality. was gross, his manner -
they are bursting 800 yards away at had no charm; I Four miles from town, good road,I I
Constantinople, Dec. 14.-Field least. What it must be like in that I He daily wallowed in the mud, he choice citrus location. We have a fine'

Marshal Baron Von Der Goltz, until village, God only knows! And guzzled a from mass his of trough embonpointwhich 10 acre piece with five acres in fine "THAT ORCESTRA "

recently governor of the Belgian territory "At times, after the enemy have grew nothing could take off. bearing grove. The other five is all]i ,

occupied by the Germans, arrived sent a dozen shells into it quickly, And while his body waxed so great cleared and the whole piece is Is hundreds night
here last night accompanied by three at a time often, the whole placeis that he could hardly crawl. fenced. There is an old house on pleasing every
blotted the denst black His brains became so dull and thickhe .
out Price
the German military attaches stationed by couldn't! think at all. the place. $35oo.REAL
at Bucharest, Rumania, and smoke. The nerve racking noise in

Sofia, Bulgaria. The Turkish heir apparent the trenches themselves' must be awful But when one day the farm burned ORLANDO ESTATE CO.
was at the railway station to for the men in them, but the way down the Berkshire hog got TOMORROW

in they stick it is really marvellous, and loose, Watkins Block PHONE 504
receive the field marshal, and a
And had to put his thickening brainsto
speech of welcome, presented to hima I very few come sick for trivial things very active use.
decoration conferred by the sultan. and try to get down country. The Nobody came to feed him now; he Mrs.; Willie Drennen AldreRe
I English infantrymen are grand lads; had to hustle round,
And his and to
use nerve judgment
nothing on earth seems to affect! themor
provide his daily found. Will in her clever and entertaining"PIANOLOGUE"
Christmas nuke them budge an inch. I saw And soon new muscles thewed his
the way they could march in South flanks instead of flabby fat, Contractor and Builder

Africa, but I never saw anything like And his once soggy countenance be-
worth looking at. Itungalows a Specialtyrcade
Almost HereGive this, and should not have believed came

that human beings could stick the There is no startling moral to this Building. Orlando J Just a few minutes of "Nifty" entertainment.
shelling they have been having sinceI tale of Jones' swine.
Except that when one has to work
have been here.
before one sets down to dine. BEST SELECT OYSTERS, 50c. Quart
No Advance in Prices.
"The officers of the regiment live the
us order for And has to keep expenses down
PLUM jour PUDDING in the trenches, and the headquartersof life he learns to lead .. I TheWaldcckerFishCo
the regiment is in a bit of a dug- Is pretty sure to keep his brains from I
a RAISINS out between the advanced and reserve running all to seed. : FOR FISH AND OYSTERS
DATES And though no doubt it will surprisea
FIGS trenches. It must be a fear- lot of sofe-raised men Phone No. 5. 206 Boone StreetP.
fully uncomfortable life for them. A little pinch of poverty won't hurt
"We live most comfortably in this them-now and then.
ALMONDS I James J. Montague, in the New 1023tfSANDBO THE OLD RELIABLE
old farm. It is a beautiful old build-
BRAZIL NUTS ing of mellow red brick with an old --

GINGERWe consists of lofts, and in one of them,

carry a full line of Xmas eat- overlooking our trenches in the distance Family Leaves Camden for Orlandoin
ables. I have my observation post. Novel Vehicle--Carry B. D. WIENENGA, Prop. L--
Two Compression Starter
XMAS PRESENT With your glasses I get a fine view of Pet Dog Along I

Send a Box of Fruit to your friends. what is going on. and .
Only $1.35 express prepaid east of "The last two days, since we have Because of his failing health, H. II. MADE ESPECIALLY FOR FORDS I Livery, Draying J HaulingWE

Rocky Mountains. brought up a whooping big gun bat- Krommer disposed of his locksmith

Give us your order now. tery on the right of this farm, the business at 412 Federal street, Cam- Will Start A uy That I I

German shell fire has been much less; den, and with his wife and a pet dog Can he Cranked} GUARANTEE GOOD SERVICE

the weather till midday, too, has been left yesterday for the South in a motor '
foggy, so that may account for it a car, in which he has constructed One sharp pull from the

CARUTHERS & GORE bit. My soldiers have been very wor- living apartments. The novel ma- seat turns the engine over

ried by the German snipers. Thesehave chine will! be their home until the two compressions.That AUTO, AUTO BUS AND TRUCK

established themselves in a cot- journey is finished.On .

tage about 400 yards from our advanced the chasis of an autocar he "QUEER SHAPED WHEEL"
New Modern Grocen/
/ Country Driving for Eight or Ten Solicited
I trenches, and a man has onlyto placed the body of a fac-simile of an Does II. 1
show an arm or a head to get a old Conestoga wapon. It is fitted up .
'bullet through it. These snipers are with two berths, cooking utensils anda HORSES FOR SALE
Phone 200 See the Sandbo
all picked shots and have, I am told few household necessities. It is I

telescopic sights on their rifles. :supposed to be waterproof and is 'Phone 257. Orlando, Florida 1

6 and 8 East Pine St. "Our lads crawl out, too, in the fog thoroughly protected from the weather. FORD GARAGE ,
from the trenches, and hide till theyare The contrivance stood in front of

able to get a shot at a sniper. i the Federal street store yesterday, 7
The amount of sheer pluck that is I
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and attracted no end of attention. Mr. : i
ORLANDO being exhibited-I nearly said wasted I Krommer said that his objective point ij ij j

-by both sides is trenmendous. It was Orlando, Florida.-Camden Jour- j
will take some doing to get a V. C. nal.

PLUMBING CO1. this"The war.regiments that are recruited UNUSUAL CHRISTMAS: GIFTS Do not worry about your- i!;

from amongst miners have the fewest

casualties out here, as the miners are
Robe for the motorist.
26 used to digging and make the best j
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PHONE 122 trenches. The reason my fellows are fire screen for the devotee of the
not suffering badly is that the miners' fire. and
regiment originally made the trenches --0I Plumbing Severing
1 at Lowest we now occupy. I haven't seen a
Best Plumbing A long handled oil mop for the
German since I have been out here, I
I housewife who does her own work.0 .
PricesWe except one wounded officer down at I
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the base. There thousands
are -
I genuine Indian blanket for the
are not in the combine. a mile, but all underground.
SLAUTER'S latest inventions usedon boy who takes an interest in his own We will do for and when 1
"They say on our right here the room. you you pay you
all first-class Germans have sapped to within 200

ConstructionReal yards of our advanced trenches, and A record album--0-for the Victrola en- get ready
Plumbing you can clearly see the spades and thusiast. I

earth from them over the edge of the
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trenches they are 1
A jolly little bunny in blue coat
Estate Boughtand "The Germans have a wonderful I I
and white trousers with a hot water

Sold.City least system they of must spies have.and signalling Here's an-ex-at child.bottle in his body for the invalid Call on F. JOSEPH RAEHN PLUMBING and HEATING CO.

ample. It was arranged last night --0- ;
that two barrels of filtered water i
A lily pad sandwich holder to fit
Building Lots, $100; $land cash should be put in a safely hidden posi-
on to teacup for the friend who
$1.00 per week buys a Lot tion behind the regiment on our right,
entertains a great deal. I Cor. Graves and Irvin Streets
RENTS COLLECTED. so that the men who used to come
back to this farm to fill their !
Notary Work Promptly and Neatly water The want ad.'s the thing, for you
Done. bottles shouldn't have so far o go. : and for the other fellow also. I
This morning from my observationpost ORLANDO

in the lof I was watching the .
men through the glasses filling their I

,FLORIDA bottles. About a dozen of them were AUTO FOR HIRE

there behind the village and quite hid- FIRST CLASS REPAIRING d vi-i mo.-i 115r 1
Office at Pinehurst ParkP.
den from the German lines. I hadn't BARNARD & SON
O. Box 281
left my loft two minutes when bang!
PHONE .uS 10-8-1m 17 HuRhey Street Orlando Fla. _
f I bang! a couple of big shells burst 12-10-1m

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big battle is about to com- I
South Florida Sentinel
mence. Son comes home from col Pecan Trees see or phone W. II. I
Bargains Right Off
MORNING AND WEEKLYW. lege. Father throws a gun throughthe Brokaw. 12-16-31

M. GLENN ......................Editor "Who !,
W. C. ESSINCTON.....Daunts Manager porthole and says comes Now is the time to order GRlF.FING'S The GriddleTwo i
"It is I, father.
---- there? Son says
Entered at the pustofficc at Orlando. Florida Uroknw I
aa Second Close Mail MatUr._ Father looks through the hole and salesman. 12lttf;
SUBSCRIPTION RATES replaces the .gun. "Retreat Son or A MANUFACTURERS

Daily. 1 Months Year .. S5.oo I'll shot." Son carefully retreats and Shoes for the whole family and at acres on a beautiful lake.
Daily 6 2.50
the lowest that l bit made
prices can
Daily 3 Months 1.25 using his mortar to good advantage
Daily. 1 Month for GOOD SHOES at Boardmun'n. Four room house. A number of .
begins to hurl Expense Account
VVVkly. I Year $1.00 bombs at the Old Fort Pocketbook.It budded orange trees in bearing. SACRIFICE .l I

ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN is only few hours until the outer
a SEVEN ROOM, new stucco cottage,
ADVANCETO Only two and one-half miles
works of $1 bills begins to crumble; one block from Eola park; commands
ADVERTISERS: then the inner works of $5 and $10 fine view of city. Price 5500. from the Court House. If sold
Copy for di.plr and all ether handartadTtrtUinr H. C. McDaniel phone 708.
must be handta in at the buunruj&et bills collapse. Father hangs out the by December 20th price will be
of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m, white flag and surrenders. Son witha Get GRIFFING'S NEW 1915 Cat-
Thi rule applied I
the day before publication. only $500.00Four
to change for contract adrertisinc; it U long Expense Account gun a IE alogue. Phone No. 267, or call at :
invariable and will be itrictly adhered to. Krupp advances over the debris and No. 116 South Orange avenue.

Subec" Fibers desiring The Sentinel discon- snatching the gold from Father's 12163tI "THE
tinued should notify the office in writing on XMAS
the dale of expiration. otherwise it will be trembling hand casually remarks, I large front lots on Central -
about dozen BOYS
continued at the regular subscription rates have two
until notice to atop U received. "Pop old boy, I just had to do it. SUITS of the better quality, that I close in that must
avenue, ,
Telephone Numb r ...................... 21 I've joined a fraternity; I've pur- want to close out, and will make the I

WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 16, 1914 chased a new lay-out of evening prices extremely low. F. N.12-16&18 Board- be sold by December 25th. Only STORE SUPREME"SALE

clothes; I have a girl; my tutor pulledme man. I $500 each for inside lots and ..

Orlando needs a motor fire truck through Greek; and my tuition for for
FOR RENT-Fine furnished rooms $550 corners.
because it is the only city of its size next semester is due. for housekeeping; also bed rooms; I

in the South that has a department o bath hot and cold water;"all modern;
without one.GEORGE TURKEY new house; private family! ; large J
-- --------- If the European war results in the sunny porch. 211 Ridgewood avenue. Cooper OF SILKSA
12-16-3t* Atha
WASHINGTON driving of Turkey from Europe some-

The New York Tribune prints a thing will be accomplished. Refer- I
cartoon captioned "Secretary Dan- ring to our old, moss covered book of j run in. Price, under brick 114 South Orange Ave. Ground Floor

iels: 'Whenever I put on my cap the facts we find that Turkey at the end or where cut exceeds 6 feet 20 cents Phone No. 311
is ready.'" The jackies arc of the seventeenth century occupieda per foot; cut less than 6 feet, 15 centsI CASH PURCHASEOF
I foot. Card to P. O. Box No. 16 -
portion of Russia Austria all of I
shown in the background and several
will bring our man to see you. F. D.
Greece and the Balkan states in 1829 Subscribe for The SentineL 2,000 .
officers are standing on one side hav- ; I Harvey & Co. 12-16-3tc Daily yds.
ing a joking time of it. The cartoonis during the peace of Adrianople the
timely in that it portrays the Turk had been pressed back south off 1-

cocksuredness of the United States. the Danube and Hungary and Greece II .

With two big oceans at our front and had been snatched from her; the

back doors there are more people in treaty of Berlin, in 1878 took Bosnia 36 inchPURE

this country who swell up their Herzegovina, Servia and all of the

chests roll their eyes calmly stare former Russian territory from the

around with a bored look and feeling, Sultan; in 1910 Roumania had foughtfor

and say "0 well we're the United and had secured her independence SilK MESSAUNE

States. Look who we are. Nobody and Bulgaria remained a modified de-
dares to touch us." And yet an example pendency of Turkey; and the Balkanwar
of last drove the Turk almost -
of our unpreparedness to meeta year
great crisis may be likened unto the across the Bosphorus. The hopeis A quality identical<< with

t situation in Great Britain before Au- expressed that the Turk gill come I

gust 1. Great Britain thought the out of the present war with blackenedeyes our Regular S 1.00 quality.In .

i ii song, "Britannia Rules the Waves"was and disheveled hair and entirelyout is an unusual offering one that I can unhesitatingly '
of II a magnificent of
a sure protection against all Europe.KISSnUIEE range
I Inaval. recommend GREAT BARGAIN. The lot is
i o as a
Jorces of warfare, land aerial, or the -
newest for
C The experience has proved -
90x200 and the house contains seven rooms and bath. !
that Great Britain not There's an editor down in Kissimmee -
was prepared Street. Evening and Re-
r /or the war in the real sense of pre- who is making so much money Servants room on premises. Orange and grapefruit and '

paredness. The United States may and has such a big heart that he I' ception wear. Including

never be confronted by as grave a I would convert his press into a foldingbed peach trees shruberry and flowers and ornamental

situation as faced Great Britain, yet ; his linotype machine into a beau- White Cream and Black.
t at the same time if congress is going tiful steel lounge; his cases into plants. Owner will sell furnished or unfurnished. The I ,

to wreck the treasury with the big bunks; his paper cutter into a cheese I
location Is No. 215 E. Robinson avenue, on north shore of
cutter and then invite all of the
appropriation shovel why not give to SALE PRICE 69c
and bums and hoboes from
the country a great feeling of protec- tramps Lake Eola and overlooking Eola Park. Listed exclu-
California to Maine and Maine to
.. tion by equipping the navy as it
r should be equipped and by placing Florida to come in, shake hands, divide sively with me. The price will astonish you it too low .
the money in the cash register
formidable and
N the army upon a
sound basis. One hundred and eigh- and have a tango tea. It certainly is but owneris determined to sell. Cash or terms. 3OiochSILK
some spirit. After the tango tea this
teen years ago George Washingtonsaid
something when he addressed editor would entreat all of the dere-
licts td pick out one piece of type and
congress as follows:
"To an active external commerce compose this beautiful invitation: POPLIN
"All others who can't won't
the protection of a naval force is in-
I shouldn't work but who can eat,
dispensable. This is manifest with S. Y. WAY
[ eat eat eat, are cordially invited to
regard to wars in which a state is Our well known
office and qualityin
I come to my get some
itself a party. But besides this it is
in our experience that the most sin- matrix biscuits and some lead dough- handsome tones of Pink,
nuts." The Kissimmee editor says 'Insurance and Real Estate Agent
is not sufficient
cere neutrality a
"What want is food I Sky, Nile green Cardinal 1
guard against the depredations of nations they (tramps) ,

I at war. To secure respect to a and a job." PHONE 172I Green, Gray, Wine, Navy, Tan,

neutral flag requires a naval force o '
organized and ready to vindicate it The worst thing about the dead- Copen, Brown, etc. and also in
beat is that he is much alive.
from insult or aggression. This may I Cream and Black.

even prevent the necessity of goingto o

war by discouraging belligerent Never bet on a sure thing unless

powers from committing such viola- you can afford to lose. SALE PRICE 79c

tions of the rights of the neutral par- o

ty as may first or last leave no other Have you seen the cruiser Dresden

the Annual this ? -------- ,!
option.-From morning ----
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Address of George Washington, May I

28, 1796. o 1 40 inch I


Tampa The Tribune Christmas was number a metropolitan of the la I yaiiiGiGS/ ano Bracelet@ wns/ All SILK CREPE de e CHINE

achievement of the highest order. ,

Ninety-two pages of the livest news .

matetr, pictures and features made
One of the best
the Tampa Tribune's special Christ- qualitiesin
-dainty enough fora fairy
mas issue a notable success. Letters
from sixty-four Florida cities and the market to day. In

towns showed the progress made dur- What girl can resist the charm of a dainty La Valliere a veritable I an unbroken of the

ing the past year in and around these range
lacework of gold or platinum set with precious or semi-precious
communities. The make-up was per- ,
t newest colorings in demand -
fect; the presentation of the great
stones! The designs: this year are so unusually lovely, so delicate
amount of reading matter was excellent For
to day either
; the press work was of a high and fine, we are sure they must have been inspired by the fairies.

order. Not only one man had to laborto Street Evening or Recep- I
assemble this great amount of mat-
ter but a balanced and efficient staff Especially charming: too are our Bracelet Watches. A more pleasing gift tion wear. Our $1.50 .

was as imperative as the guiding influence could not be chosen, or one that combines so much beauty with practicabilityCome
of one editor. Clock work quality.

mechanical perfection smoothness I

system and unerring attention to details in and look them over-whether you intend to pur- I
produced this most excellent
number chase or not. We know it will be a treat to you to see SALE PRICE $1.15
of the Tribune. The special
edition was a credit to the manage- these exquisite pieces of jewelry,

ment of the Tribune; and an exampleof

the high standard of journalism

prevailing in Florida. Tampa, Flori- OPEN EVENINGS .

da, the entire Southland and the

country generally should see the NIVESCO.DEPARTMENT

Christmas issue. It undoubtedlystands '
among the fifty best newspa- .

pers published in the United States. T. H. EVANS I,

The fellows that can run Orlando I STORE

.better than the present administration JEWELER ... ..

is doing may be found sitting

around rolling cigarettes, chewing tobacco Orlando Orange Avenue Florida ORLANDO'S. FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE
and wondering why they -

haven't got a good job.


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; : THEATRE i : U GET IT AT ALLEN'S U i f fWnat
I.I.F! Open 2 I!
p m. and 6:30 p. m. \
:.. Admission 5 rents !

"Pathe Daily News :: .MMMMM3MMMM Victor.TODAY'S Drama.PROGRAM"Enmeshed: by, ii Snall I Give 1 I

,: Fate.parts." A modern melodrama, in two

The Only News Pictorial Shown Regularly in the City. Milano Films. "The :MysteriousAuto. : f
: Universal. "Universal Ike, Jr., This is a question often asked and sometimes (

"MR. CINDERELLA," "The Miner's Peril," 'Beady'Yon Get your laughing Her." machine in good LI hard to answer, you will be greatly
: order and come and have a good
Thanhouser Comedy-Drama Reliance Western Drama. laugh. 11 helped by coming into our store and
: Five cents to all.Ladies' .
: looking at our big stock of Christmas
Misses' and Children's Win
'Curses' They Remarked : ter Coats, at almost your own price,'
while they last. They must be closed presents.
out this month. At Boardman's. I
Keystone Burlesque-Comedy. : 12-16&18

.. .
Coupons given with every admission, good for the Lucerne Theatre Great !
.. Automobile Contest.

I Same: Little Prices I Ih AND

Goods bought now laid away until

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I Courses, and Mrs. Christ on Speciali Drums for shipping and storage .

I i Lines of Education. The meeting was tanks kept on hand.
) 'nrtrty I exceedingly interesting. The club -- ,
will not meet again until after the Lubricating Oil and Greases to suit II o.. ..llen & Cc,
holidays. all cars. Give make of car when you
-Edited By Miss Eliza Wright I
.; Notice to Rosalind Club Members order.
Office telephone No. 179. Residence telephone No. 254 The invitation committee of the JE'VELERS1IIIIIIIIIIIIIeeIIIQlllllllllllllllllllt

WEEKLY SOCIAL CALENDARDec. Campbell. After removing their I!Rosalind names of Club all guests beg to to state be invited that the to I GUlf REfINING: ; COlli ENGRAVING REPAIRING

16th19th. wraps, they were presented by Mrs. : the holiday dance must be in by December -I

John Rowland to Mr. and Mrs. Rowland : 21 at the latest. The club P. G. WALTON Agent ,,,,,... .,,..4 .. ----
Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Dunn, and authorizes the committee to state thatno
3 P.M.Wednesday Card Club; Mrs. cards will be sent out after the Office Phone 450.; II'lllllllltt
Mr. Marshall Rowland, who stood under -'
John Schnarr, hostess. Residence
Phone 269.
list is closed. Each and
once regular W. R. Rhan '
Twentieth Century Club; Mrs.Chas.P. a bower of bamboo in the alcoveof t W. S.Coleman
Dow, hostess. I non-resident member is entitled to ft --
Bridge party; Mrs. Ralph Yearby. the spacious sun parlor. Mr. John two invitations, not including the man THERE'S A REASON FORSTTN
Unity Circle; "Be Fair to the Cath- Rowland, Col.! Watkins and Dr. Chas. of the house, who may come on his i VENEER CORES t
olic;" Mrs. llowell. Campbell took the guests on a tour annual card. Each honorary and season PRJOF PAT N'Tsold
7:30 P.M.-Recital at the Cathedral i
School. of inspection over the new additionto i member may send in one name, : $1.25 ----=--- --
Men's Forum, Episcopal Chapter the hotel, and the entire house, I either man or woman. Please send' at -gaining in popularity every day.
House. I which is now one of the most up to I all guests' names to Mrs. T. Picton Per Strand Up
Methodist Baraca banquet.. date hotels in Florida. It is steam ,Warlow, chairman. FIRE-PLACE CHUNKS AND QUALITY-THAT'S IT

3 P.M.-Rosalind Thursday Club afternoon heated and most comfortable this Men's Open Forum Club OAK WOOD We also handle. full line of Painters A. Paper
party. chicly weather. The Men's Open Forum meets to- Hangers' Supplies. 20OORoll Wall Paper
Orlando Wood YardB.
8 P.M.-Annual Cathedral School Mrs. R. S. Rowland was most beau- night in the Episcopal Chapter House, to go .t cost price.
senior dance; Mr. and Mrs. R. P. tifully gowned in a Parisian model} to which all the gentlemen in town W. Kingsley, Proprietor
Cobb. Friday gown of white crepe meteor drappedwith are invited. Mr. Entrican will give a PINE STREET AND R. R. ; ORLANDO PAINT AND WAll PAPER CO. |

3 P.M.-W. C. T. U. meeting, :Methodist chiffon. Silver banding and a talk on a trip to the Arctic regionsand 9-30 Telephone 344 I: TheSIgnoftheSun Phone 261 205 So. Orange Ave. !
church. bouquet of silver roses were the or- show pictures taken there. Lieut. I
Bridge party; Mrs. CampbellMrs.Dunn. naments, with a silver butterfly for Entrican comes from Narcoossee. lie .. . . . & . .. . . .
the hair. Mrs. Irwin Dunn was love- I has been ----
8:30 P.M.Society vaudeville and to Arctic with Peary ..
dance review, opera house. ly in white brocaded charmeuse, lace I and Cook an dhis address will be in-
tunic, pearl trimmings, and a corsage teresting.
A Delightful I'arty bouquet of pink roses. Mrs. John I Informal Centa Medio Dance FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL
Mrs. James Magruder, Jr., was the Rowland wore an exquisite gown of I I The Centa Medio Club had an informal -
charming hostess yesterday after- black crepe meteor and tulle lace, dance at the Country Club
noon for the Junior Matrons Card lieved through jet chains, the re-I I last evening, a favored few being in- Established 1886
Club at her attractive bungalow on being half hidden by a lace ; : vited. It was a very enjoyable af
Anderson street. All the club mem- the plaited skirt was in deep contrast fair. A
bers were present except Mrs. Gor- to the fashion of last year, being five !I
don Wright, Mrs. Martin Daetwyler yards around. An American Beautyrose I NOTICE CURTIS & O'NEAL
substituting for her. Mrs. Davis added to the charm of the toi I
Fishback made the highest score, win- lette. Mrs. Charles Campbell wore a li-cense I

ning a pretty deck of cards. ,A salad becoming white satin evening dress October 1st. This is to notify all delinquents INSURANCE LOANS
course was served, the hostess being with white fur trimmings.The to pay said license tax on
assisted in serving by her mother, gowns were all copies of chic or before December 25th; that those
S Mrs. Emma Voorhes, and her sister, Parisian models by Mrs. W. L. Bur- remaining delinquent at that time
will be informed against in the crim- ESTATE
Miss Donna. nett, whose skill as a madame of inal court of record.J. .
.4 Tuesday Bridge Club fashion was proven by these superb F. GORDON,
creations.The Sheriff of Orange County.
The Tuesday Bridge Club was en-
12-15 to 1225cI
tertained by Mrs. S. G. Dolive for parlors and halls were labo-
their regular weekly meeting. The rately decorated in jessamine vine
have extra of
club has a rather unusual rule. Thereare and pink roses, forming a pleasing Flannelette Night Gowns, for ladies,
seven members, thus leaving a setting for the throng of fair ladies misses and children. The values are RENT-Bungalo 5 Rooms Furnished, South Main
place at one of the tables for the and handsome escorts. extra good.. Call and see them atBoardman's. Street.
hostess to invite one outside guest. Delicious refreshments were served. 121G&18OSTEOPATHY

Mrs. McElroy was the favored one Sorosis Club
this time. Chicken salad, nut bread The Sorosis Club held its regular Seven Room House, South Orlando. '
sandwiches and coffee were served. meeting on Tuesday afternoon the
Lucerne Opening. Notable Affair topic for the talks made during the
The reception at the New Lucerne afternoon being "Present Day Leaders DR. J. C .HOWELL Two New Five Room Houses, South West Orlando.

. last evening was a most brilliant so- in Education." Owing to the ill- Hours, 10-12 3-5, and by appointment
cial affair. Invitations had been sent ness of her husband, Mrs. Ives could No extra charge tor house treatment
out to a host of the friends of Mr. not present the first part. Mrs. Over- Except Night Calb.Telephone -
and Mrs. R. S. Rowland. The guests street talked on Preparatory Education connection
were met at the door by Mrs. Charles Miss Branham on Collegiate Office ror. Oranee and Central Ave. 1111111111111111111111111111111111111I11111I11111111111111 till 11111 11111 I1111 II



f I. W. Phillips & Sons Orlando Auto Supply Co.

26 East Pine St. 210 South Orange Ave

The Pine Street shop will be ready for business in
car -
Monday, with George Dolive in charge of the passenger perfect

sales department.Mr. I condition, electric lights and

C. Wilson from Glens Falls, N. Y. will have

charge of the repair department. Mr. Wilson starter, fully equipped with extra

comes to us highly recommended, and our guarantee -
tire demountable rim. This
I, goes with all his work.KELLYSPRINGFIELD ,: on :

l{ E I { (L & GOODRICH TIRES car is a real bargain at $500.00. i



11 i Orlando Auto & Supply Co. | San Juan Garage Co.

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FOR RENT-To desirable people,
i well furnished suite, bed room and Lumber: Lai:11 gild Shingles

SENTINEL sitting room with private lavatory.Also .
single rooms, and a garage
Splendid location. No. 9 E. Washington -
St. 11-29-1mC r
5 Y-
room boarding house,
almost new; 9 good bed rooms, elec-
tric lights and bath; $35 per month.F. .
L. Anderson, office 112 W. Church .
The Morning Sentinel Want street. Phone 459. 12-6-tf
Directory is the Greatest Want
o LAND: 0
Ad Medium in Orlando.
FOR RENT Suite of rooms now oc- .
cupied by Dr. Christ. Long term
Terms Cash in Advance. tenants only desired. Jno. M. Cheney.

I For One Day ______________23i FOR RENT-Large, attractive room. Cement Plaster and Perfection LimeHOUSEHOLD
Royal Agatite
For Three Days ____________50c Inquire No. 8 West Washington St. ,
THE BEST INVESTMENT' For Six Days _______________73c: 11-8-tfc u ___ __.__. u ______.__ -- --
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For One Month ____________$..,"0 -
This rate applies on all ads of FOR RENT-Small flat, modern conveniences c
You can make is in Propertynear 25 words or less. If the ad con- unfurnished. Jas. A.
the business center. It tains more than 25 words the rate Knox. 11-3-tf
has all the highest class public will be one cent per word for ECONOMY
each additional word, for each in- FOR RENT-Large convenient rooms
improvements. sertion.If for light housekeeping. Also pleas-
you can't bring your ad to ant sunshine front bed room on first On the ledgers of the Orlando Bank & Trust Company are the records oJ
It is Sure to IncreaseIn the office telephone No. 24. Ac- floor. Private family and modern
counts opened by telephone will be conveniences. 315 West Central. many dollars saved by women of Orlando: and the vicinity who have learned how ,

Valueand payable the following day. 11-24-tfc. much more economical it is to manage the household finances on the "paybycheck" -

Every Home-Every Business
will plan.
while waiting paya Every Man has use for a FOR RENT-Apartment of four nice-

good percentage for your Sentinel Want Ad. ly furnished rooms; gas, separate Economy in household management is daily beeoming a more pressing
time. bath, new house; adults only. 604
Better pay a fair price for Magnolia avenue. 11-10-tf- necesbity. Follow the example of those householders who have found the prac-

property well located than to FOR SALE WANTED tical solution of the problem of how to make the family income go farthest.An .

buy for a song far out. FOR SALE-All kinds of tangerines, WANTED-Return portion of ticketto appreciation of further interest on your part will be appreciated.
Let us show you the com- kumquats, orange and grapefruittrees New York Philadelphia or Bos-
parison in location and prices in any quantities. Will trans- ton via New York. Ladies' ticket We pay 4 percent on savings account on Time Certificates )Deposit.

and we believe :you will agree plant and guarantee them to live if only. P. O. Box 207. 12-9-12t

with us.mm. desired.12-13-1 wkc Write Alex Oliver, city. ROOMS FOR RENT ORLANDO BANK & TRUST CO.

FOR SALE-15 acres young grape-
O BIDING & I LAND COII fruit grove, part in bearing; ideal NICE LARGE FURNISHED ROOM, Orlando Florida '
ocation; lake frontage. Will sell ata to adults only. 409 Delaney street. ,
bargain. Address the owner Box 10-25-tf
North Orange Avenue
341, Orlando. 12-15-6tc J
PHONE 608 FOR SALE-Two beautiful lots in and light housekeeping rooms; ------- --- .
Colonial Park, $300 each; also cot- close in; all conveniences. 305 North Oglllllllllllll..II.lllel.IIIII.OIIII.li .e.sl.lo'.11101.1111.11111111.11.
OPPOSITE SAN JUAN HOTEL tage in Concord Park; modern im- Main street. 12106tcMISCELLANEOUS ,

provements. Rent pays 8 per cent.
on whole investment. Owner, Box
FRED B. DALE 694, Orlando. 12-ll-6t
BIRD DOG, three years old, for sale .
DAVIS A GILES Counsel : FOR SALE-Ten acres fine orange Butt's Kitchen. .
cheap. Kandy
F. A. PEPPERCORN Contractor land; about 3 acres cleared4; ofa 1 12-13-tf
mile south of Gill's store and 1-2
LOOK-City! lot and 10 Buick; $235 -MID-WINTER-
mile east of Lake Conway, on ter-
each. W. R. and
Higgins Orlando
minal of proposed brick road. Ad- .
dress Anna H. Piatt, R. R. No. 1, Box Chuluota. 12612tcIF .. ,
43, Orlando. 11- 4-1m.
Business Directory'f0 1 I MONEY IS ANY OBJECT to :
FOR SALE-Nice, comfortable home I you, come to H. Kanner's New York : w
Bargain Store. AVe will sell new
for small family grapefruit,
; guava
fu the sacrifive
goods holidays at
and orange trees; six squares of post-
o BUSY MEN. office. Apply to W. D. West, 510 prices. 12-5-23t "
Marion avenue or Hotel Astor.
11-18-lmo TIlE WILLOLA HOTEL 406 South ,
SHOE HOSPITAL Orange avenue, is now open. Beau-
Bouton Brothers, corner Church tiful location near Lake Lucerne.
and Orange avenue. Shoes repaired FOR SALE-Five room house, one Home cooking. Spacious veranda.
while you wait. Best rubber heels, mile from court house, $650. One Mrs. W. T. Walker. 11-19-1moc
Liberty Brush automobile. $75. Inquire .
40 cents. Best English tan leather.
Phone 437. 11-15-lmo Shoe Hospital, 8 East Church : Embracing-Agriculture Horticulture Floriculture Domestic
street. 11-17-lmo' LOST AND FOUND ,

BUYERS AND SELLERSI : Arts and Crafts, with exhibits of Stock, Hogs and Poultry,

FOR SALE-One seven passenger, LOST-White violet pin, set with
buy, sell rent, and exchange real six cylinder automobile, 1 year old, pearls. Reward if returned to : and the products of South Florida. Racing, Polo, Sports
estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla., first class condition. Don't answer Hammond & Bunch's store. 12-2-tf A
unless interested. AdJress, : AreoplansLectures Entertainments all kinds
over 30 years. Have handled over Barjrnin; -- -- -"
$20,000,000. Call and see me. care of Sentinel. 11-14-tf IF YOU ARE LOOKING for well '10
10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER.Get rooted orange and grapefruit buds, 10 _____
10 i A
FOR SALE-Cabbage Plants,Charleston see H. C. McDaniel. Phone 708. 10
the news in the Sentinel first. Wakefield, $1.00 per thou.:,r.d. ,' -For information or premium list, address
Frank Phillips, Pine Castle. ---

I 10-28-tf I NOTICE Wilson &have Toomer's accepted fertilizers agency for in jj: \ ''M. R. O'NEAL, Scc'y 0. H. D1CKSON, Presiilllllilllllllllllllltt"

Christmas and New )range county and will appreciate
FOR SALE-Fine cypress fence posts.
J.e patronage of their old customers,
Inquire of Frank Phillips. Pine Cas- :ind hope to make new friends for this .
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Year Holiday firm. Their Ideal brands are too well ;
known for any comment at my hands. -0
FOR SALE-Forty acres of fine My experience as a grower of both
Cheap Excursion FaresVia hammock land; eight in grove; the fruit and vegetables warrants we in -
present crop of oranges will be from saying, as their agent, I can be of
il 750 to 1,000 boxes; 500 trees all told, real service to those who have grove
the ready for setting-10 acres in lake, trouble. I am prepared to give to J"9J JyfftJ" '
< one and quarter miles from Apopka. my patrons not only my own experience e1 <
'f Atlantic Coast Line Price, $5,000. Address W. H.. Box but that of the firm, which cov- I .1/lJur ..
178, Orlando, Fla. 9-23-tf
ers every detail of the citrus and veg-
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citrus industry. H. C. McDaniel.
1 Standard Railroad of the South Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand' Phone 708.EIGHTEEN.

Coal Yard phone 566. 9-31-tf

Tickets will be on sale by the Atlantic -
t Coast Line to all points land on Lake Gatiin; sixteen in
f South of the Ohio and Potomac and FOR RENT-Beautiful dwelling: with five year old oranges and grapefruit;
East of the Mississipip Rivers, including garage; elegantly furnished; on overlooks four lakes; in perfect con-
r Washington, Cincinnati, Evansville Lake Lucerne. Jas. A. Knox. dition. Price 12000. Nothing bet- Xmas Sale of Brass Beds at KINCAID
I 8-27-tf Special
k and Cairo, for all trains ter in Florida, unless it is the prop-

E t' December 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, erty below described.
r 25, and 31, and January 1, limited returning FOR RENT} large rooms, facing Lake Eola. 215
s January 6th; and to many TWENTY ACRES, in good neighbor-
i points in the Northwest and Southwest East Robinson. 1213Gt'FOR hood; fire land; 10 acres in bearing -

f on December 19th to 24th, inclusive trees; good lake protection; good
i and 29th to 31st, limited returning RENT-Cottage, 6 rooms, un- crop on trees Price $10,000, with "
f January 18. Also to Key furnished; just remodelled; all mod- fruit; or owner will keep fruit, de- $20.00 BED SALE PRICE $9.98
i West and Havana. Dec. 17, 20. 24 ern conveniences; 10 minutes walk ducting $2,000 for same. Offered only
and 27, with limit January 3, 1915. from postoffice; near Lake Lucerne. for reasons beyond owners control.
t For further particulars, schedules, 108 America street. Address K., care See H. C. McDaniel for particulars.
r reservations, etc., apply to Ticket Sentinel, or phone 573. 12-13-6t Phone 708.
Agents, Atlantic Coast Line, or address Finished in either polished brass or satine finish.
FOR RENT-Furnished for light 1-

housekeeping, suite of large sunny I TEN ACRES overlooking Orlando;
J. G. KIRKLAND, D. P. A., rooms; all modern conveniences. Also all cleared; fine land; good home
Tampa, Florida. two nice bed rooms; private family; site. $2,000. H. C. McDaniel. Phone IWe give coupons with all cash sales.
close in. 312 North Main St. 708.
Take a slant at the want ads. t-'L
FOR RENT-6 room house, with all
modern improvements furnished
; ;
$150 season 3 months. One cottage I
for light housekeeping, $30 a month.' IDEALCHRISTMAS '
Room and board for couple of tourists Kineaid & Snovvden

.Pin sn m.JEWELER 1 I I & Atha., $12 per week. Inquire 12136t'GENERALCONTRACTINGWe Cooper GIFTSare

are Low Priced Furniture|House.
prepared to furnish bids on all
kinds of general contract and building fancy wood bottom

EXPERT WATCH MAKER work. Can furnish plans and give Main and Pine Sts. Orlando Florida
best of references; remodelling worka Cor. ,
Sentinel.specialty. Address ":\I. N.12-13-6t S.," care Serving Trays

I make a specialty! of Fine -
Watch, Clock and Jewelery Re- be __ I
pairing; Diamond Setting,Ring FOR RENT-Rooms, with or without May seen at i -

and Spectacle Repairing. keeping board;; also several rooms apartments for light from house-1 210 N. .7 Dr. F. F. Thompson ;

Bring me repairs others have to 4 rooms, each at very reasonable Orange Ave., GORDON'S S .:CARRIAGE jw I
failed to do, and I will repair prices. Inquire of F. L. Anderson, DENTIST
them satisfactorily or no charge. 112 West Church street. Phone 459. +
orPhone ,
12-6-tf -ANDBAGGAGE -
My prices are reasonable. 115; S. Orange Ave. over Curtis &

FOR RENT even room house; wa- 656 DR. L. H. RAMSDELu O'Neal's Store
ter, gas, electric lights, bath, etc.; TRANSfER I Hours 8.30 a.m. to 5.30
barn, stable, chicken house; lot 100 by OPTOMETRIST
200 feet. Apply at 735 North Orange and a sample will be takento ,Wednesday and Saturdays till 8 p.m 1
(Successor t* Dr. O. F.
l. T. HARRELL Prop.
JEWELEREast 10-31-tf for 11-6-tf
ycu your

Pine Street, at Young's FOR RENT-Furnished looms for and order. Piano and Furniture FIT GLASSES. GRIND LENSES I Eat what you want. --- j
Repair Shop light housekeeping; also rooms for Sat all you want.
ll-l-d&w-lm lodging, with or without board. This MADE IN: ORLANDO> Moving a Specialty AND DO ALL KINDS OF I. Take a postscript and forget it. E
'operty also for sale cheap. 621: W. For sale by all druggists.
Church street. 12-11-6t- 8 E. Cborth SI. PHONE 487, OTICAL REPAIRING j.1 =

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ft ViIAT: >THE CITRUS EXCHANGE I house it comes from as long as it I I'" The Uncandid Mary.
Don't Gimcracks for
DOES FOR FLORIDA I bears the brand of the Florida Citrus Mary certainly had a little looked shoe.It well.. Buy

GROWERSBy Exchange.A But when she went out for a walk

lot of us remember conditions Her corns. would give her Hail Columbia Christmas PresentsVarious

( L. D. Jones, General Manager prior to our coming. Thus in the jGUPBOARD -Cincinnati Enquirer.

Florida Citrus Exchange) short space of five years order has
Mary had a little glove; fancy articles made of plush, celluloid, leather,
My earliest recollection of been out of chaos. We haveno
oranges brought SALADS OF THE SEASON. Now this is on the leveL
brass and known the trade
j dates back to the time when I was a fault to find with those who differ Le used iu salad It made her hand look small; but. oh. or even silver to as "Holiday

small boy living in the frozen North from us; hundreds who have formerly ENDIVE is ran much stronger ttian a lettuce It pinched-Memphis her like Commercial-Appeal.the-mischief. Goods" are made simply for show and have no practical

when amottv :other Christmas remembrances differed from us are now of us. Many and should not be eoiubin- value or utility. In these days of war and straightenedfinance

( t Barents as a rule placed hundreds will yet recognize the meritof ed with so many other vegetables. Mary's Was very heaped largely up mass sham.It of. hair you ought to spend jour Chaistmas money wisely.A .

ne oran 1 n each youngster's stock- co-operation and intelligent distri- When making the successful salad made her head ache frightfully. great book a nice picture, a musical instrument or talk-
But she didn't
sometimes Mjiuetimes iu care whoop.
one dressing a-
ing. As we were taught that Santa bution. It is their salvationtheonly
New York Sun. machine box of fine hundred
other sometimes oue garnish HUH ing a stationery, a copper
taus and his reindeer came from Iceland salvation of the industry in the
sometimes oue flavor. is want.'i The- plate engraved calling cards fountain supplies for
childlike it was a natural supposition face of all the competition heretofore Water Needed. pens
dressing, garnish aud flavor tau-
Mrs. Bacon-I see this paper says a the writing desk at the office or in the home these and
that the oranges came from enumerated. It was built by the not be used with every summer salad.

hat frozen land also. I do not re- grower and for the grower it is gov- Novelty Salad. glass of water placed In the bottom of many other articles in our stock make Christmas gifts that

ember how labored under erned the and by the a piano will help to prevent the wood useful and bring joy and comfort the whole
long we I by grower grower Stuffed TomJtualuJ. -Scoop out tbe warping and keep the Instrument In prove year .

Lhis'delusion but certainly as long as will it and the industry endure. centers of even firm and not very tune through. Do your Christmas buying early and buy wisely.

'anta Claus remained to us a lively large ripe tomatoes. Irate the top Mr. Bacon-Well, mother, before

ndividual. I, cut off for a cover. Dice the linn Sadie tackles that piano again for %v. S. BRANCH

CHRISTMAS SUGESTIOXSDogs pulp removing some of the seeds, aud gracious sakes give it a glass of water. ,

If citrus fruits in other'quarters of mix it with chopped olives and mayonnaise -Yonkers Statesman. The Arcade Book and Music! Store

he country were as scarce today as will be acceptable Christmas I I dressing. l'ut a tablespoonfulof

hey at that time it would in- tbe mixture in each and ---- ---- --- -- -- ----- --- .
[ were presents for lots of little boys and : tomato re- Then She Lammed Him.

eed be an easy task for Florida to girls. Probably every child likes place the covers. Serve on lettuce with Mary teed a little ball

[narket her present citrus crop esti- logs and logs of many varieties -can mayonnaise dressing. But Whose Mary's coat drive was wa white punk as snow and all MY

Med at upwards of 8,000,000 boxes; be obtained in Jacksonville, while Egg Salad.-This is made with bard Askew that ball did go. OBJECT
boiled -BI of them cut In -
eggs quarters
|he largest ever produced. The grow- breed ob-
those desiring a fancy may and arranged on lettuce leaves. She followed It Into the scrub

,s would practically set their own tain them from the Northern or Geor- Sprinkle these with French dressingand And whacked It with her might. TICKLE THE PUBLIC'S
It hopped four feet-at Mary's Hub
rice and let the buyers come and get "
gia kennels if they "shop early. garnish; with parsley. Boil hard The caddie laughed outright.

hem at that. Co-operation and an oi two more eggs:: chop the whites and
rganized effort far selling is housewife- rub the sieve. Whnt makes the horrid ball act so?"
so as i A can hardly have yolks through a Spriii- At last poor Mary cried. PALATE
oncerned would not be kle this e::;g garnish over tbe whole ', ''
necessary. I enough linen and an embroidered "Why, Mar> ; lam. If yer must know, .

nfortunately for Florida she has I spread or luncheon cloth will prove salad. A little onion juice can be added The leering imp replied.

i>day the keenest competition in the to tbe French dressing if union flavor -Boston Transcript.
most acceptable. Luncheon sets are is desiredA WATCH THIS SPACE

itrus industry on almost every side. now offered at most reasonable prices i Fully Equipped.

California has approximately'4,500 and many of the embroidered sets Cauliflower Delicious and Combination.Salad.- Bennie's mother found the youngster .
I Asparagus fastening bits of candle to the backs of
irs of to sell; Texas Anna -
and lace cloths now shown are especially -I Cauliflower and asparagus can be used the geese."What __ __ n __ ____ __ __ __
Louisiana and even Alabama handsome. for salad. Itoth vegetables should be
In the world are yon doing
mong our own states are to be reck- cooked! tender and
-a- should IN very led with. Porto Rico will dump intoe I Separate the cauliflower into little
A pretty and inexpensive gift that' got honkers in front" said THE CHASE & CO
United States close to one million girl will is hedd'4rrIIIp: the: asparagus tips lu Bennie "so I'm fixing them up with
college appreciate
bxes of grapefruit and oranges. Thee i any a ,the center i-f a hId lxvl carefully, tall lights."-Youngstown: O.) Tele-

of Pines two hundred and fifty I box fitted with a nickel plated can so that they are' not !broken and surround gram. PACKING HOUSE A \ ORLANDO .

opener a set of nut crackers and them with the i-aiilillnwer brails.
ousand boxes; Cuba and Jamaicaill
[ contribute their portion and in picks a sharp bread knife and strong Sprinkle! chopped piir-lev tad Kren'-h At the Top. Is modern fully equipped with the best up-to-

corkscrew to use at the midnight dre grower
dition to all this we have all thoseom tn iKH-onie chilled I through before 'Tis an absolute fact we know.If .

[ the southrn part of the contint spreads. If a candy cooling pan, as- serving. Thi e salad d.'|wnds for the "top" Is that ever increasing spot PROPER PACKI\G:
bestos mat and measuring cup be Where a bald man's hair should grow.
> of Europe to consider. Spain's Its delicacy nn the daintiness: the -Memphis Commercial-Appeal. FIRST All) TO
added the girl will be envied by her
lencia crop this year is estimated vegetables and in having them: chilled. HIGHEST PRICES
whole set. This gift need not cost There Is plenty of room at the top.
forty thousand cars; therefore Cheese (nail alad.-l'r..ss balls of In apartmerts It is so. which however, would not accomplish the end desiredby

ith all of this opposition confront- much more than a dollar. cream cheese lietweeo English walnuts With pay erratic we take the attic. the grower, if he did not also have available the services -
and serve three or four of these At the top the rent Is low.
--oNo -
Ijj the growers of citrus fruits in -Spokane SpokesmanReview.The .
balls lettuce
on leaves with French
lorida the question uppermost ine amount of flowers in a hothouse dressing.For ofTHE

[ minds of our people is: Can our would make the English forego their another chop large: olives and Advantages of a Novice. CHASE & CO
"Yes. she's the best swimmer in
Jl of fruit be marketed under the national decoration of holly and mis- mix with crecm cheese, moisten with
I set"
sting economic conditions so that tletoe on Christmas. French dressing, mold into balls and "That seems a useful accomplish -1 SALES AND DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM .

will show a profit to the orchardn --oA serve on lettuce ment."
For still another make balls of the which with selling forces thoroughly organized, "experienced -
? Our answer is unqualifiedly, is I "No, it isn't. Every summer It takes
handbag most
pretty reliable.
a cheese, roll them in minced parsleyand competent and
And the is Howit at least a dozen men to teach
3. next question : young
acceptable Christmas gift. It is seldom serve: them with toasted: wafers GIVES THE GROWER I
her the simplest rudiments. -Cleveland -
be done? The to this '
answer that find i plain lettuce dressed
you can such pretty on with French NET
easy, and that is, by a proper dis- bags for such low prices as those dressing..

(bution and the only to get a
now shown. Where Pa Went on Vacation. CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED
>per distribution is through the co- Au JLi Mother has gone to the mountains.

native methods which are so well. All like the mackinaw I! cv Sister has gone to the sea. GROWERS' MARKETING AGENTS .
boys coats I Brother is sailing for Asia.
mplified by the Florida Citrus Ex- which are worn so much by up-to- Happy as happy cart be. CHASE & COMPANYMain
Auntie has left for Bermuda.
which section
mge every date youths this season. If wantto .
you Pa'a bank roll Is shrinking for fair.
the United States and Canada, select a really fine present for i When asked where he'd go on vacation Office, Jacksonville, Florida
lly1 opening up new markets for ours some boy of your acquaintance be- eiKIT He promptly-New went York up in Evening the air. Sun. 9-30-d&w A. R. ROGUE, Agent, Orlando, Fla.

fruits and placing hundreds of tween 8 and 18 years of age take one t: m"'
3 in these new sections which are of the handsome mackinaws.0 _= Additional Lessons."I .

fly inaccessible and unknown to learned swim -
thought you to last ---- -- --- -----

individual grower for the simple England the Christmas dinneris I WHAT TO EAT TODAY.DINNER summer?" II.

son that he has no means by whichcan "So I did." I II
and in r-
traditionally reality supreme -
"But I beard ask that
I just you young
| learn them; neither has the
event of the year. For weeks man to teach you""Yes

11 buyer or broker, except in .a ahead a housewife is putting her en- Parsnip Vermicelli Fritters.OUI". ; I thought; I'd like to take a llammond&Gore

limited area. ergies into preparing a bill of fare Ioile Green Corn. post graduate course."-Detroit Free I
The Sirloin Steak in Gravy.
Exchange Organizationhe Press.
marketing and cooking. In an Eng- Lettuce and Deviled Cheese Salad -

[ Florida Citrus Exchange has lish menu, no matter how simple or Frozen Custard. I FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBAIMERS.\
What's the Use
hundred salaried district Coffee.WITH
elaborate it may be, two dishes appear The rubber plant Is known to be __ I
lagers and representatives cover- the Quite common in our land
invariably, roast beef of old ;
the United States and the Do- In summer or in winter timeIt ill: REAL VALUES LOW PRICES
and the steak one almost
England plum pudding. Such way serve grows to beat the band.
ion of Canada. These men are courses as precede and follow these vegetables. A nice dinner But what's the good of all Its growth COMPARE

ifty scouring every nook and I' may be made up with the vegetables Where'er it spreads its roots?
depend largely the of
upon judgment It never gives us rubber shoes
in their districts to I suggested: hereSeasonable .
fly respective the cook or the taste of the family. i Or even rubber: boots.
'fruit. The selling force of the i I Vegetables. Yonkers Statesman OUR FURNITURE
Still into traditional English menus j I I I
nization has been largely in- Parsnip I-'rittt.rs.-Tu make the fritters I
there is steadily creeping a touch of cook fUl'tJ.tiUliuuh..... Nothing Flirtatious.
|sed over any previous season, .parsnips We provide the quality of furniture that has long
American cookery, perhaps nothingso iu boiling salted water and then drain. "See the sixth floor of that office
the fact that the Exchange has Ii furniture
aggressively American as pork plunge into cold water when skins will building been accepted by knowing buyers as the

stly greater amount of fruit un-I and beans or corned beef and cabbage be found to slip off easily. Mash -Yep." standard of merit. If an article is here it is good. It

|its control to sell over any previ- but i season witb butter salt aud pepper, That girl is waving her handkerchief It wouldn't'be here were it otherwise. We can't make
a frequent adaptation of
season. The question has often I i I shape into mull flat cakes, roll iu Hour. Jit rut:'." this point too clear-it is one of the foundation stones

asked: Is there not an over- many of our side dishes salads, puddings -I and saute iu butter. "Conicon.. you nearsighted chump of this business, and that means much to any buyer.
and pastry all giving larger That's a man cleaning windows.- I I .
uction of grapefruit? It is Boiled Green Corn. Remove the .
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variety to a not very elaborate table. outer husk which iuclo"'es the turn Louisville Courier-Journal.:
known fact that not over fifteen I I
I I The following menu was furnished I and put the cobs into a large saucepan !McNEHL & DAVIS BLOCK
ent. of the people in the Uniteds ,
by a good English housewife. It was i I| of boiling unsalted water. Cover and Course Not.

? are consumers of this delicious the Christmas dinner that appearedlast I boil YYbeu tender drain. sprinkle with The poet could make no collection Cor. Orange, Ave. and Church St., Orlando, Fla.
And was wrapped in the gloom of deJec-
The question therefore an- season on her table: salt and serve with melted butter. If tion. J

itself. The remedy is in our I desired when removed from the pan "I can swallow my pride*
Celery Soup Crouton Sticks I
;, and that is, to create increasednds Boiled Cod tbe Oyster Sauce "
"But I can't live on food for reflectionCincinnati !
for it, which can 'be easily Roast Beef Yorkshire Pudding with a sharp knife and reheated with Kuqulrer.
Horse Radish a little butter milk pepper and salt.
by intelligently advertising it,
Baked Potatoes Cucumbers Quickly Fried. .
le is A Temperance Conundrum."I
Exchange doing.
Baked Spanish Onions Sirloin Steak With Gravy.-Take sir- can't understand finance. One
{sixty-five cent. of the citrus Cheese Winter
per Salad Pilot Bread "
loin steaks one-fourth of an inch thick. thing puzzles me extremely.
growers. of the state would af- Plum Pudding Brandy Sauce season with salt and pepper and fry in "What's that?"
with the Exchange therebyg Fruit butter over a quick tire on each side "If they put so much water In the

their fruit handled intelli- I just for a minute. Make a pan gravy stocks, how can money get tight?"- '
and by the up to date methods NAUGHTS with beef extract aud chopped parsley. Baltimore American.Her / 9&PiBUYERS

it Serve with diced French fried pota I
iced by that organization, :
Four toes. First Appearance.Little .
an insignificant, trifling superdreadnaughts,
tat Sailing o'er the sea, Lettuce and Deviled Cheese Salad- Miss Muffet _
>f one and a half or two cents Started to bluff it.
Along came a submarine- a cream cheese to a cream adding
create a fund of sufficient '..01Oi" Then there were but three. I cream If necessary to accomplish thkSeason Gowned The people in a who dating spied X ray.her TO SHARE IN PROFITS

advertising that would pusha 1 with one teaspoonful of Worcestershire So eagerly eyed her I I LOWER PRICES ON FORD CARS

citrus fruits to the uttermostf Three superdreadnaughts. sauce one tablespoonful of It frightened Miss Muffet away. a

) this country. As it is, the One Spick shot and from span and new. I finely chopped parsley a few drops of -New York MaiL I', Effective from August 1, 1914 to August
a torpedo
onion juice, a little salt and a teaspoonful reduction -
Citrus Exchange is spending Then there were but two. Pardonable Pridt.. i: 1,1915 and guaranteed against any
of paprika. Mix: well and let stand
:imately $50,000 in advertising "Who started the fight?" asked Mr. during! that time:
Two where It will j'etuld and bard. :Make ,
superdreadnaughts, Dolan. I
its this Is there
season. any Cost million Into little balls and serve on lettuce
bones "What difference does It make" responded Touring Car $555.00Runabout
shipping agency in this state Struck against a floating mine- leaves with or without a garnishing of j l
Mr. Doolan. "Startln
ng any money for advertising Gone to Davy Jones. sliced cucumbers or radishes. Serve 505.00
la easy. I'm the fellow that brought I I -
fruits? If whom? with French dressingA ;
so, "
Fifty million dollars sunk It to a finish. -Washington Star. F. O. B. Orlando. AD cn folly qt ppe4.
of the Cooling Dessert.
In the deep
of its achievements. During While the little submarine sea. I Frozen Cu tard.-One quart of milk!! Some Day-Maybe. further, we will be able t. obtain the ..a iiaum efficient 1
cat In oar
the minimum
in factory production
[mmer months just past it has Puffs on in her glee. three eggs tablespoonful of cornstarch Ills wife toils at her desk from morn tonight purchasing our anti tales departments if we each all at."lt of

Ihe -Life. three-fourths of a cupful of the above dale.
erection of eleven 300. 0t can between
And life in summer's robbed of all delight -
I sugar a pinch of salt and flavoring to
louses all And ctwald we reach this production we agree U pay as
modernly equipped; Who is taste. Put the milk In top of double *. share from $4' t. lie per car (on or ..bo.tA
your painter and decorator? She has to grind from day to day. while he the buy r
new additions to houses al- If you are satisfied keep the one boiler. Heat the eggs, sugar and suit 'he heated term is spending by the sea! m tl.im) to eT.rr' retail buyer who ._rch..n a new
in operation and modernly have: if not phone W. T. Ertrican. I together: add to the tailing milk slowly Judge- Ford car between August I, nit anti A.p.t 1. ISIS.
these low price and protlt.harinc -
d. and in almost any section No. 636. 1-20-tf stirring all the tint I.ln! not let it For further particulars regarding

I we are now operating the ser- boil Ienwfrom the :!re. When Fitted For It. plan see

ulicits the business for our as- WE HAVE NOW READY FOR DELIVERY cold add the flavoring, put into freezer "What" ye reading about there. F. G. RUSH .

Irish Potatoes, warrantedfree pack with ice and salt Freeze sameas Hiram? ,

n. Our grades and packs are from scab or other diseases. I lee (.ream.A'Zf4 "A snail farm." I i Phone 226

>gnized as standard, and in the Drop me a card or phone 708 and let "Gosh my hired man ougbter do

it is of little consequence to us talk over your requirements. I Y well in that line of work.KansasCity j.

yen as to which particulart will! nvke it to our mutual advan- (& Journal. -
tage. II. C. McDaniel.* :
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NOTES OF SCIENCE I vented in England for exercising the A New South Wales irrigation dam, through gas filled tunnels there has I: the side of a vessel from which the''II Up to date painting, papering etc.,

i fingers of persons other than pianiststo which will cost $3,680,000 will im- been invented a compressed air operated -I sounds come. I is the kind you want. Where to getf. /
Pneumatic soles for shoes were the make them supple.To pound 33,380,000 cubic feet of water, atomizer to spray a disinfect- it? That's easy phone 636. W. T.
( A former United States naval officer
subject of a recent patent. prevent waste of tooth powderor backed up in a lake 40 miles long. ing solution ahead of a car. Entrican. 120tfDon't
Berlin is the home of nearly one- paste is the purpose of a new cup For quickly drying baseball I| Without any means of protection : has invented a one man subma-I
third of Germany's more than 500 to hold a small amount into which a grounds after rain there has been in-'against the pressure of the water a rine carrying a full sized torpedo in |I

music schools. brush may be rubbed. vented a machine fitted with gaso- I Greek sponge fisherman recently its boy and with a plug that automat-;i have Entrican wait for the every painter one In,town before to

Dry grain preferably rice, is the An ingenious Frenchman has invented line torches that are operated by made a dive to a depth of 262 feet, ically closes the opening when the you try. Am too busy to look you
best thing to use to clean the insideof a mower to be fastened to the compressed air. 'i believed to be the world's record.A I torpedo has been fired. up. Phone 636, and I will be on the
violins. stern of a launch to clear water A violet rays water sterilizing apparatus Massachusetts has 1 job. 1-20-tf:
man perfected -
Sugar beets can be grown success- courses of vegetable matter. invented in France automat-! ...
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apparatus that permits wireless -.
fully in Ireland recent government I Documents, letters and pictures can ically opens a valve and diverts the'' received without the .
to be
experiments show. I be nreserved indefinitely by soaking water into a drain if the rays should messages

The clamping head of a new wrenchcan i them in a strong solution of alum and stop. I use them of on head wax telephones phonograph and cylinders.By records. The 14:art etI

be adjusted at any angle in relation then drying them. Inner tubes for automobile tires ]
to the handle. All of Switzerland's glaciers are have been invented so resistant to in- i saturating the bodies of animals'!I OF CLEANLINESS OF QUALII\
t I
is considering plan to notable ternal that all with certain essential oils a German
Japan a receding perceptibly; one one pressure the wear i I
bridge the Shimenoseki straits at a having shrunk more than 1,000 feet there is left in an old shoe can be:' university professor has found that f I OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
!he can study their internal structure FRESH AND SALT MEATS
in the last
f cost exceeding $10,000,000. ten years.A utilized.
r Pockets in which may be carried machine almost automatic in its A new deepest hole in the earth is > even betetr than by using X-rays. I Kept under the best sanitary conditions.

soap and brushes feature the bottomof operation has been invented for roast- a well that has been bored in Silesia '' Meteorological experts have discov- Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh

a new pail for scrubbing. ing coffee or peanuts in small quan- to a depth of 7,348 feet, 6,848 feet of ered that clouds in certain positions,j: and pure.
r Expert French butter tasters claim tities in retail stores. which have been lined with iron tub- I instead of shielding the earth from : We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have

[ they can perceive the flavor of the The government of Hawaii has set ing. I I the sun's heat, sometimes increase its j everything in the Meat Line.
soil over which cattle feed. :aside 690,000 acres of forest reserves radiation by as much as 40 per cent.
To guide a kep to a keyhole in the
i I The larger he gun the more rapidly and will experiment with planting dark there has been patented a V- To prevent collisions at sea two 1 j EC. JVJL Self & Co.

t is its accuracy impaired by the erosion -, eucalyptus for firewood. shaped strip of metal to be fastened Englishmen have invented apparatus PHONE NO. SO PINE STREET .
r of its bore and rifling.An : For keeping a man's head cool to a door with the point surroundingthe which collects sound waves and by I: I J.
English tug boat of very light there has bene invented a fan to be I hole. electrical contacts lights lamps on ;I

\ draft for use on shallow streams is I'I so suspended inside a hat as to vibrate Germany averages one practicing r.

driven by an aerial propeller. I as its wearer moves about. I physician for each 2,000 inhabitants
'0 The street lights of an Ohio town j A vessel built for the Italian navy the proportion being higher in some -

are controlled by.a time switch that i for the purpose has succeeded in ', of the cities and lower in the rural
. is operated by an alarm clock. raising submarines sunk to a depth of districts.
r A Frenchman has invented a lock it. i CO feet in less than an hour.A I i WHY EXPERIMENT?
I Not only do the new binocular microscopes -
t. controlled by electro-magnets that : new burner for gas ranges is arranged -!'
prevent eye strain, but, be-I
can be operated from distant points. i to heat water in a boiler at '
cause the operator is using both ,
Short circuiting is obviated in a i the same time that it is being used
i f new incandescent lamp socket by pro-j! for cooking thereby saving gas. !i he images.receives more light and. sees clearer !I II A Box of REAL Good Cigars is What Every Man Wants.

viding separate inlets for its wires. To save library space a Belgian I :
An English aeroplane, the wings of We Have Packed in Attractive Christmas
Some German peat when dried scientist has invented a micro-photo-
:, which form a ring, the idea being
contains 45 per cent. carbon and has graphic apparatus for reproducingbooks ;, that it will right itself if capsized, Boxes Our Famous Brands. .
nearly one-half the heating value of and documents on a small has made numerous successful exper-

scale.A | imental flights.
coal.A of single rod, riveting machine which is a min-
ladder consisting a A novel burglar alarm is "
a phono-
iature internal combustion engine is
bent to form hand and foot graph record to be placed on an instrument ,
said to be at onetwentieththe
in operated
New York -
been patented by a
so connected with door
a or
cost of a pneumatic riveter. I AND
ventor. window as to sound calls for help I
" breezes, produced by Japanese electricians were among
Radium laden i| should an intruder enter.

an apparatus invented by a German the telegraphy first experimenters and have perfected with wireless one of I Greece has prohibited the importa-I .i.T7: SO-o-Ta:: :
physician, are offered as a new cure tion, manufacture and sale
for gout.A the most effecient systems known. cutting weapons and the importation I

has resultedin Although the United States refines of all kinds of fire without
government survey arms government ,
ranking the Yukon river in fifth more nickel than any other country permission. I No Experiment When You Buy These Brands; Which are
place among the great streams of practically all of the ore is imported j In a new system for heating houses 'I
North America.A from Ontario and New Caledonia. with gas each radiator is a separate On Sale at Your Dealers at The Regular Retail .

camera small enough to be swal- Experts have estimated that thereare unit but the products of combustionare I Prices-No Advance For the Christmas

lowed to photograph the interior of 200,000,000 tons of soda in a recently discharged through a common I

the stomach has been invented by a discovered deposit of that use- pipe into the outer air. I Ii Packages. Ask the Man Who Smokes.
Danish surgeon. ful mineral in British East Africa.A i i The mountains of Porto Rico are I

. For conveying garbage by rail gasoline engine driven machinehas so magnetic that they attract survey- '' CURRY & SMITH CIGAR COMPANY
there has been invented a car with a been invented that first stretchesthe ors' plumb lines, and it has been''
semi-cylindrical tank that can be horizontal wires of a fence and found that some old surveys are incorrect Manufacturers
.turned for emptying. then weaves angular meshes upon by half a mile or more.
Several machines have been in- them. For street cars which at times run -

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XII- Has left a great supply of things to fill the Boys and Girls stockings--pay Him a visit this

week at McCULLOCH'S and make your childrens' hearts glad--you can find Toys and

I Dolls of all kinds at a price that will suit your pocket book.

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a II Special This Week, Ml Size Irish Mail. ---Only $4.39

Hobby Horses __________$1.50 to $10.00 Campbell Kids _____________25c; to $1.00 Toy Tea Sets ______________23c. to $3.23; Toy Pianos -----------_____25c. to $6.00

Velocipedes ______________$3.00 to $6.00 Negro Dolls ______________60c. to $2.23; Toy Table and Chair ______________$1.25; Dump Carts ----__________25c. and 50c.

Doll Carts ________________23c.; to $5.00 Tango Kid Dolls _________________$1.00 Childs Table and Chair ___$3.50 to $6.00 Teddy Bears, Hogs, Horses, Drums, Guns,

Childs WickerRocking Chair __$1.33; to $2 Jointed and Kid Dolls _______25c to $3.50 Doll Beds _________________lOc. to $2.00 Tops and all Kinds of Toys, priced

Uudressed Baby Dolls ______lOc. to $7.00 Dressed Dolls ___________lOc. to $15.00 Childs Kitchen Cabinet _____50c. to $2.00 from _______________ lOc. to $10.00


Neckwear. Scarfs, Hosiery. Handkerchiefs, Handbags, Wear Ever Aluminum Cooking Utensils, Make a Useful and r

Boudoir Caps and Hair Ornament, just received a big lot Everlasting Xmas Gift, Our Stock of Fancy Chinaware is

of Ribbons, 5c to 60c yd., Table Covers with Scarf to Match, well assorted, and priced lOc to S1.50 per piece, A great

25 and 50c each. lot of Vases lOc to S3.00 each.


miss our display of latest Toys of all kinds in our Toy Windows this A great display Dressed Dolls, Toy Furniture etc., in our Doll Windows

week, On Display Today. On Display Today.CIJ .




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To Get Our THE BIG STORE SurprisedHow j5 !r

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c-i Here Are Just The Things For Christmas "j
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. Manicure Sets, $1.25 to ------- $1.00 a 1
Pajamas, $1.00 to $5.00
Mirrows, $2.00 to ----------- $3.50 i
First Show 7 P. M.
Shirts 75c to
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Picture Frames 35c. to -
------- $7.50

1 Clocks, $1.50 to Ties, 25c. to ----------------- $1.50
------------- $5.00 i
Jewel Boxes, 35c. to Half Hose, lOc. to
----------- $1.00Bath J
--------- $6.00Combs

25c. to_______________ $3.00 "THE NINETY BLACKBOXES" Robes, $4.50 to----------$
Brushes, $1.00 to ------------ $5.00 Smoking Jackets, $4.50 to -----$12.00 1
Madiera Sets and Doilies,20c.to \
. $1.50 Gloves, 50c. to___ $3.00 ;
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Center Pieces, $1.00 to J
$1.50 L-KO COMEDY: Hats $1.50 to $5.00 i
Scarfs, $1.00 to ______u____- ,
$7.50 "THE GROOM'S DOOM"AND Silk Hats 6.00
Cluney Sets $1.00 to -------------------
-------- $7.50
Handkerchiefs, lOc. to
-------- $1.00Canes
Smoking Stands, $1.50 to $5.00 1
Statuary, $2.00 to____________ $4.00 and Umbrellas, $1.00 to $6,00
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Dresden Reed Baskets, $1.00 to_ 2.50Dolls Caps, 50c. to ---------------- $2.00 -
visit to Soda Fountain and Lucheonette.
.. 75c., $1.00 and_________ Qt CO l Pay a our Suits, $15.00 to ---...---- 25.00 j
. Vl.cJU Admission Free until 6.30 p.m. j
- Pullman Slippers ------------- SI.50 ;
Overcoats and Raincoats $5. to$25.00
Admission, Nights, Children, 5c., Adults, lOc
S' Toilet Sets, $3.00 to 25.00
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1' You will find on the Third Floor a particu was such a MAGNIFICIENT SELECTION LEATHER GOODSA I
larly brilliant display of ALL TilE NEWEST SEEN IN ORLANDO, from the practical, BEAUTIFUL LINE OF HANDBAGS, in
STYLES AND CUTTINGS OF THE FINEST everyday umbrella to the handsome novelty ;il- all leathers and silks, $1.00 to $10.00 ., 1
CUT GLASS IN AMERICA. ver and gold mounted affairs. PARTY CASES, square and oblong shapes,
Many of the designs are exclusive. PRICES Special Values beautifully fitted in nickle and gilt J
, $1.00 tO $10
.4 ARE VERY LOW. $2.00 to $30.00 ]

:' ; Silk Hosiery in Fancy Boxes Special Invitation to AllDear Hand Painted Nippon China : i;
Handkerchiefs, Perfumery in Fancy Boxes E

Wonderful Selection Vantines 1

Marabou Scarfs
One of the expert Corsetieres from Geisha Flowers
the makers of the famous La Victoire
Sterling Silver Bags ..
. Corsets will visit us and give practical Oriental Violet
Ladies' Suits, Coats, Dresses demonstrations of the most up-to-date
models of these famous garments show
Turkish Blossom
Rugs and Furniture ing how they improve the figure and the j
perfect ease with which they are worn.
V 6if Beautiful Pictures We hope you will be able to visit us dur- Corylopsis of Japan; !
ing this interesting exhibition.
tvI4J Slippers For Alll Yours truly, Sandalwood Extract
, \\1\W Dainty Neckwear The Corset DepartmentDec. Toilet Water .j
14th to Dec. 26th, inclusive.
.. Jewelry and Hair Ornaments Powders and Soaps in all oders j jJ

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'tDhe BANK!of ... I Former in Chicago Winter Last Resident Week Died I _

While En Route to :
OrlandoThe : I
many friends of Capt. Jno. \V. I

I Niles will regret to learn that he will .

visit our city no more, having passed !'

BE A G. U. G. !away at Chicago, Ill., on his journey j
south. He spent four winters in the ,
I : South, three of them the guest of j
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Mr. and Mrs. Jno. W. Davis, of 106 '
I I i ,
I Irvin street, and was to have been j I I
THE G. U. G.'S ARE GIVERS OF USE-' I with them this winter. Below is a i I
FUL GIFTS. I sketch of his life. While we mourn II t

I his loss, we are glad we were permit-j 1I' -
The most useful, encouraging, help (
i ted the pleasure and comfort of his '!

ful gift for Christmas is a State Bank I presence and friendship in the past.- j jj I''

Saving Account. Opened before the 25th j Mr. and Mrs. Jno. W. Davis, 106 Irvin I'St. | BURGLARS "
I ., Orlando, Fla. '
and presented on Christmas morning, it I
A complete obituary of Capt. Niles' and Sneak Tiiievcs Hold no Scare
cannot but be appreciated to the fullest.A will. appear in tomorrow's Sentinel. i| 1 ti
lor those who their valuables
I keep -
Four per Cent Account leads to almost -
If, as has been contended, nations I
limitless opportunities in the life of fight hardest when scared, there's I in our vault.
some mighty hard fighting ahead. :
any young person.INTEREST
I Safe Deposit Boxes .

None of our business, perhaps, but ,
h the allies may some day regret it, if j I :'. $1 per year and up. I ;

they allow a Jap army to enter Eu- -, ,' ,.

IL! PAD ON DEPOSITS rope. I : : ,
Mr. and Mrs. V. Merrow, of New : .:: k
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Hampshire, have purchased a lot in
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Mrs. C. A. Carpenter and son, Mr. Highland Grove and will immediately ,.. ., ': .. ,.' '. .,..,.::'
LOCAL AND PERSONALMr. build a house and will make Orlando -

Merrick Carpenter, have returned their winter home. I '. .. .' >:"::'- .':: )<

home from Orlando, where they have ".
Wm. A. House went to Tampa JLJ- ,',
been enjoying a brief visit with The stores were filled with buyers I

yesterday afternoon on business.All friends, having formerly resided in yesterday. They read the advertise- i .. ,' "
ments in The Morning Sentinel, the -
interiors of the 'stores are, at that city.-TimesUnion.Mrs. .
medium, and then the
logical go to
their prettiest. They are decoratedin stores in the afternoon and purchase.Mrs. 'j
the most artistic manner. Mary O. Beeman and Mrs. .0 ; ; \ 0'

George B. Green have returned to R. A. Alfred and daughter,
Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Meyer departed their home in Orlando, after spending I'
Mrs. Laird W. Hendricks, were in the .
yesterday afternoon for Montgomery, several days in Jacksonville. While city last night, leaving this morning .. .
Ala. here they were pleasantly located at 'for Port Inglis. Mrs. Alfred has been | ( .;.. : :' .: .' -.: --:::',.,': :" :?:,' '..': ';:'.
the Mason hotel. Times-Union. .. .
several ,
I spending months with her ;.
Dr. and Mrs. O. F. Sims, of Ocoee, son-in-law and daughter at their

spent yesterday in Orlando shoppingand I I Col. and Mrs. S. H. Alleman andI I home in Youngstown, 0., and Mrs. II I-.

calling on friends. I son, Horace, will arrive in Orlando I Hendricks accompanied her mother
today from Philadelphia, Pa., and will home for several weeks' visit.-Ocala ': I I
Before having pictures see "life Star.
be at home to their many friends at '
motion pictures" at Evans', 100 North the home of Miss Cary-Elwes on Lake I II

Main. 11-25-tf I I Mr. Peter Van Forge, of Hudson, XMAS LINEa

:N. Y., who has spent several winters

Mr. Jas. A. Wallace, of Fort Lauderdale -' traveling over Florida, studying soil i
on the East Coast, arrived !I and climatic conditions has concluded'that ( terr..c.tan's
IdealFountain :
yesterday to spend a few days with street.FOR Orange county comes nearer his :

his father, Mr. J. C. Wallace.Mr. : SALE I I notions than any place he has visited | I
i iI and with his family will take apart- j
II. T. Lattner, a former well I! I ments in Orlando for the winter, during I: PensA
v.-'eh: time he will
improve a
known citizen of Orlando, but now in I
business in Ocala, spent yesterday in I farm which he recently purchasedd. ,i

the city greeting friends.Mr. I I
i 2300 acres of unimproved Mr. and Mrs. B. Battersby, ofiMuUue'phia APPRECIATED GIFTSMcElroy's
Pa., are in Orlando for [
P. B. Wycoff, who has been pine land, fine
a few days, the guests of Mr. and
spending several months in Oden, truck and fruit land, big Mrs.l Geo. E. Macy, on South street.
Mich., and Savannah, Ga., has returned -
to Orlando. portion of it has clay Mr. Battersby is chief clerk in the ---
Pennsylvania railroad and is in this
and marl sub'Soil. Situ-
section enjoying his vacation. He has
Mrs. S. Waters Howe returned yesterday uate on County road
purchased a couple of nice buildinglots
afternoon from Tampa where within seven miles of in Orlando and intends erecting a Pharmacy
she has been relatives
visiting winter home which he and his estima- .
friends for several days. Orlando.
ble wife are looking forward to occupying -

S4.40 an acre will buy as the years roll round. ..
Mrs. E. George Rop-rs, of Tilton!I

N. H., has arrived and is spending the I' this tract and the propo- BIG .\ATTRACTION TilE FAIRGROUNDS Agents Phone 20

winter season at Duke's Hall, as in sition is 'cinch" as a ;

past years. j I small investment. This
Fair Grounds, Christmas afternoon,
I i price is for quick sale. starting at 2 o'clock there will be two -
Mr. and Mrs. M. I*. Hineman, of cow pony rates, and prizes will be
Philadelphia. Pa., reached Orlando I If you want this land given to the winners. All cow ponies !
invited to enter. Ponies will have gllialel'IIIO"CII'.c. .r.II"11111111111..e'II..IIIIIIIt -
: are 111111 ; 'III II"I
afternoon and will
yesterday take
up i call on to enter in the races at Patton's Livery t
their residence for the winter at the Stables December 24, from one 'I':
Empire hotel. I o'clock to seven. ,
Also there will; be a match race, I
; > one quarter of a mile, between Prescott ,
After spending two weeks with Mr. I D. J., Little Minnie, Hill D. c., .
and Mrs. James Thomson, the Rev. S. G G. &5Son and Fast Fannie.
Father \ '. Little, one of the priests Dive < and Also one-half foot races mile,; one jumping hundred high yards and '

connected with St. Luke's Cathedral, [ ft r +s
broad jump; sack races; catch a ,i
left today for Key West, having ac- ,, REAL ESTATENo. j: greasy pig; climbing greasy pole 20
cepted a call as rector of St. Peter's feet high (prize $2); bicycle races, 5
one of the largest churches in the WEST PINE STREET miles; and the champion trick roperof
I the state of Florida will show be-
dlo-ese. The best wishes of his Second Floor fore the grand stand.
friends will follow him in his new Admission 25 cents.

field of labor. .

I recently arrived in Orlando and
solicit jour orders for shampooing
Are your hens laying ? If not, why not ? and manicuring work. Drop a cardto ,
Mrs. Woodward No. 5 West Rob- '
Try Aunt Patsy's Poultry Food. Guaranteed inson, and I will call at your home. ,
My terms are reasonable and work .

Everything in the Chicken line. guaranteed. 12-16-6t '| > 1915 HARLEY-DAVIDSON-II Horsepower 3-Speed Sliding Gear Transmission Automatic ;

TWENTY DOLLARS REWARD Mechanical Oil Pump. Step-Starter and 66 Refinements, $275.00.

Wright Seed CompanyPhone
Stolen, from the Arcade building.I
Sentinel office, Iroquois bicycle. $20 :I W. WHITNEY WRIGHT 129O 1i.nue
179 206 So. Orange Ave. I reward with proof to convict thief. J ,


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husband, brother and son. ;r

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

now, we will deliver it Christmas Eve

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