The morning sentinel
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Title: The morning sentinel
Uniform Title: Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 6 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando Fla
Creation Date: December 17, 1914
Publication Date: 1913-1918
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075052
oclc - 34297093
notis - AKR3407
lccn - sn 96027193
System ID: UF00079945:00212
 Related Items
Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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.... Methodist Class Taught by Mrs. In Fierce Fight British Navyof
Edna Fuller Held First An- Aid to Land Forces in

DOGS-ALL ENGLAND IN GREAT EXCITEMENT nual Banquet at Plaza the Vicinity

Methodist church Baraca classof Dec. 16.-By the co-opera-

which Mr Edna Fuller is teacher tion of the British fleet with the land
Bombardment Lasts For 40 Minutes forces, the allies today were able to
held its first annual banquet at the
push their advance northeast of Nieu- WITH ALL SPEED TO THE PANAMA CANAL TO EN-

Many People Are Killed Plaza restaurant last night. Here- port to the seacoast in the vicinity of FORCE THE NEUTRALITY OF TIlE ZONE

after the banquet will become an annual Westende. The warships lying off the
afTair. Nearly forty were pres- German positions at Westende pouredan
Invaders Were Forced Back by West Hartlepool Fortifications, ent, including invited guests and incessant hail of shells into the

Says Bulletin-Debris Catches Fire Following Destructionby members of the class. It was a most town and this served to disract a por- Gen. Scott Leaves For Naco To Take

delightful social and beneficial event. tion of the German land forces and

. Enemy's Guns-First Real Attack British Isles Eight elaborate courses were served, enabled the allies to gain more Charge Of U. S. Forces ThereGoes

Have Suffered Since Beginning of War- I and music was rendered by the Meth- ground in their march toward Ostend,

May Presage Invasion odist church Sunday school orchestra. the general plan it is believed having
Short talks were given by S. Ken- been launched with the resumption of Under Special Orders From the War Department-His Personal \

London, Dec. 16.-Germany daringly attacked England herself today. drick Guernsey, C. E. Howard, and the offensive throughout Flanders Influence "'ilIl1a\e Great Weight With Mexican \

After a dash across the North sea on a misty night the German flotilla Mrs Edna Fuller. and eastern France. At other pointsin
Leaders-Other Notes From Mexico
bombarded Hartlepool, Scarborough, Whitby, and the unfortified cities on Following the dinner an election of Flanders the day was much in

the east coast of England early this morning. officers occurred, as follows: favor of the allies To the southeastof
Dec. 16. Secretary Daniels ordered the protected cruiser
Washington, -
Some thirty English women, and as many men, were killed' it would President, Frank Smith; vice-pres- Ypres progress was made as wellas
Tacoma, now in San Domingo waters, to proceed to the Panama canal to
seem. Churches were ruined, hotels, dwellings and stores were destroyedby ident, George Baushbach; treasurer, along the railroad line running to
assist Gov. Goethals in preserving the neutrality of the canal zone. Here-
the bombardment, which endured for forty minutes, after which the O. L. Veighman, and secretary, Dr. Labassee.
after the British vessels and other ships of belligerent nations will have
Germans steamed northward from Scarborough. Cassius Boone. The Baraca class is
ample notice of the regulations in force in the canal zone so that when they
Hundreds fled in panic while the invaders' projectiles thundered and greatly indebted to Mr. Catechis, of Berlin Statement
enter them there will be of further incidents like the seal:
no necessity
burst, setting fire to structures they had set in ruins. Others took refuge in the Plaza cafe, for his splendid ar- Berlin, Dec. .-In the western any
ing up of the wireless outfit of the British collier.
. cellars. rangements. arena of war several French attacksin

The exploding shells from the bold cruisers, who slipped through the Flanders were repulsed and also -- '- <.-

British fleet and guard ships, and dodged the mines thickly strewn in the SACRED CONCERT AT THE M. E. to the northwest of Altkirch, where NOTES I Scott to Front ,
North sea, dug holes in the streets of Scarborough so wide and deep that a CHURCH the French suffered considerable j Washington, Dec. 16. Gen. Hugh
railroad truck could pass through them. losses. "In the eastern war theatre t L. Scott, chief of staff, left Washing-

Hurriedly called by wireless, the British warships hastened from the At the Methodist church Sunday a the Russian attacks east of the Ma- Court Collector I j ton tonight for Naco, to take chargeof
nearest points to attack the enemy, whpse invasion had not been unexpectedby sacred concert will be given by the zurian lakes district were defeated ; the United States forces there, and

the naval authorities and experts. But the German fleet made, up of church choir, and in the evening the with heavy losses for the Russians, Boone Fairly Busy; Johnson reinforcements are on the way. He

their fastest cruisers, escaped in the mist from the British squadron sent to little children will render a sacred and the German offensive in Polandis Idle-Fire Dept. Out goes under special orders from the

cut them off. cantata. continuing normally." for ExerciseW. war department.

The alarm that spread throughout the kingdom resulted in calling out He is accompanied by Major Rob-

the national reserves at Nottingham. In many other places the units of J. Thurman was arrested by Officer ert E. Michie, who is attached to hte

, the artillery: and infantry were sent to their stations to be prepared to resist BIG FIREWORKS FEATURE ORLANDO HAS DISTRICT Broom for running his automo- army staff. They will arrive at Naco

any possible attack. bile without a light, and fined $1 Satruday afternoon.

1 The number of the attacking force was from three to six cruisers. in police court yesterday. Walter No developments of importance are

1 ___. c Subtropical Midwinter Fair to As Result of Methodist Confer- Wright, Junius Ives and Fred Phil-I I expected previous to Gen. Scott's ar

London, Dec. 1C.( -A German fleet an important shipping center about Have Big Fire Works At- ence Orlando Has District of lips were arrested by Officer Broomfor rival. Gen. Scott is ap ersonal friend

made a sudden dash into the Northsea forty miles northwest of Scarbor- traction, Says W. R. Its Own With Presiding riding their bicycles on the side- of Villa, and other leaders of the rev-

today, shelled Scarborough and ough. O'NealA ElderAs walks, and fined $1, the costs being olution, and his personal influence

Hartlepool, English coast towns on British' flotillas have been engaged I remitted. I with them is expected to do mcuh

the North sea, and engaged certain with the enemy at several points, how- big fireworks feature is to occupy a result of the Methodist con- -- toward stopping the shooting across
units of the British fleet. ever, and at noon the situation Tax Collector Boone reported yes- the border at Naco.
a prominent part of the pro- ference at Arcadia a new district was
Four German cruisers appeared off declared by the admiralty as "devel terday that 482 taxes had been paid. Gen. Scott was absolutely noncommittal -
gram for the Subtropical Midwinter created-the Orlando district being About remain be to what he
Scarborough at an early hour and oping. 1,500 to paid before as expected to do
began to bombard the town. It is ap- Exposition to be held here in Febru- established from the :Miami district. they are declared delinquent. at Naco, but it is understood as soon

parent that they had no difficulty in German Intent QuestionIt a 1"On December 8 the International The presiding elder of the Orlando .-- as possible he will have a conferencewith

dropping shells into the city. could not be ascertained at first Fireworks company, of Jersey City, district will be the Rev. Smith lIar- Street Commissioner S. A. Johnson Gen. Hill, of the Carranza army,
Panic seized the reported that and Gen. Maytorena, who is
people and yesterday not a single besieging
\. manyof whether this German attack was designed N. J., submitted a program to W. R. din, who will make this city his resi- -
them fled from their homes. man was working. This is something Naco in behalf of Villa and the
merely to spread panic among O'Neal of the fair dence. This is
secretary asso- very pleasing news to
Reports are current in London that the unusual for Mr Johnson to report, constitutional convention.The .
A people or whether its
two German cruisers have been sunk pur ciation. The program was acceptedand Methodists in this community and a for he is the happiest when all men department would not make
pose was to engage the British fleetin
in the North sea. the contract from the company is decided distinction for Orlando. are busy. The bad weather is caus- any statement as to what would hap-
a general action or to act as an
A statement given out by the official i- escort in an attempt to land troopson being awaited. ing the enforced idleness and prevent- pen if the diplomatic mission of Gen.

information bureau says the Ger- the British coast. Neither Scar- ENJOY BRISK SHOPPING ing work on the pavements. Scott should not succceed. The army

man warships which have been bom- COIPTOBUYS IN COLONIAL -- officers say, however, that the situa-
nor Hartlepool is fortified.
barding the eastern roast of England Scarborough has a population of forty HILLS Just who was responsible for the The fire department went out yesterday tion would be extremely critical if

have been driven off by the West thousand people, and during the summer Carl Dann yesterday sold to R. O. .: unique card, "Come In, It's Warmer," afternoon for exercise under Gen. Scott should fail. .

Hartlepool fortress. months the seaside hotels are Campton a choice lot in Colonial pasted on the door of the Dickson- the guidance of Fire Chief Dean.
Hills Orlando's newest addition. Mr. I\es Mexican City Evacuated
crowded. ; department store yesterday, i.
At this time .of the year, I
.Made Dash Under Cover of Foe however, the hotels are comparatively Compton is highly pleased over hisI not known, but it had its effect. Trt SPEAKS: WELL FOR ORLANDOMrs. Mexico City, Decc. 16.-Meager details -
Hull, Dec. 16.-The arrival of the' deserted. new purchase and believes he has a I store was crowded all day with merr., tell of the evacuation of Guadalajara -
I Hartlepool, together with I the second largest city of the
German raiders off Scarborough took lot second to none in the city. Christmas buyers. II. P.
Cartwright and
West Hartlepool, has a population of sister republic on December 15 by the Car-
place under cover of a thick veil of rcnzistas, and the
i about ninety thousand. -- ----- -- Mrs. F. C. Gerard, and P. G. Cart- occupation hte
. fog. Some people declared they sawa I Great excitement wright have arrived from Bowling same day by the Villa forces, reach-
German cruiser lying off Castle prevailed inLloyd's Description Of Two British ing here today. The reports show
underwriting room when the Green, Ky., and will occupy the Cart- that the Carranzistas followed the old
Cliff. wright home on Clear Lake for the federal practice of the
announcement of the German naval shooting convention -
The roof of St. Martin's church was raid was posted on the bulletin Cities Shelled By German Guns winter. Mr. Cartwright is enthusiastic sympathizers and of carryingoff
struck and is girls and before the
one woman known to boards. The members crowded around about Orlando and Bowling Green. women fleeing
city. Upon of the
have been killed. indigni-
i and eagerly read the notice. Insurance I --- "Bowling Green," said Mr. Cart- ties, the war department has ordered

Another church was damaged, and i rates so far as the North sea is I II I I Scarborough, via London, Dec. 16.- north. Its population is about 25000. wright, "is to Kentucky what Orlandois Carranzistas closely pursued and no
the roofs of several houses were car- Vast to Florida. This is the quarter is to be granted them if
lit- cap-
concerned have been practically sus- When the German shells began fall- Docking System greatest

ried away by shells.Hartlepool I pended pending the receipt of definite ing into Scarborough, shortly before Adjoining Hartlepool is West Har tle town, except Bowling Green, that: tured.

I news of the result of the tlepool, a city of more than 65,000 inhabitants I[ ever saw."
engage- 8 o'clock today, the people rushed out
in Panic I
ment. The Hartlepools, whichare OR. ti\VRAY HAS RECORD
t London, Decc. 16.-The residents of of their houses in a state of the with
At the Baltic Exchange the news provided a vast system of TilE WEATHER
Hartlepool were aroused from their I greatest excitement.The docks, before the had active _
was read most eagerly by the mem- war an Florida: Cloudy Thursday and
sleep by the sound of heavy gun fir- bers crowds ran hurriedly to the trade with the Baltic and with
was the chief topic of conversation ports Friday; probably rain in south por- Departing Methodist Pastor Has
ing. They flocked to the streets, and I all through the afternoon. raidroad station, and all who could Hamburg, Antwerp and Rotterdam. tion. Filled in
Pulpits Large
thence made their way to the beachto I boarded the train that was just leav- The chief industries are ship building,

learn what was going on. In a few ing for Hull.Several iron founding and the construction of Cities of theSouthland

moments shells from German cruisers I buildings in Scarboroughhave marine
began dropping into Hartlepool, been damaged by the fire from 'The two ports are of ancient ori-

whereupon the crowd along the shore I the German warships. gin, but modern prosperity. Dr. Wray, who goes from Orlandoto

broke for shelter. Panic also showed Dr. Scarborough is a and is Lakeland, has served as pastor a
Ballantyne, of New Jersey, seaport a Scarborough finely situated in Martin Continues to Issue
itself at this point. Fear took pos- Is a Student of Ornithologyand (I I fashionable resort in the northern the form of an amphitheater, on Hunting Licenses Record number of the leading churches of

session of the people, and many of part ,of Yorkshire on a headland extending -| slopes rising from the sea and ter- I I Southern Methodism, as follows: St.
them abandoned their homes and fled Knows All Birds to Be Established Paul, Columbus Ga. Shearn
I I the North sea. It is 37 | minatedon the north and the south ; -
inland. by First NameDr. miles northeast of the important by abrupt cliffs. A promontory 300 This Year church, Houston, Tex.; First

The news of this naval raid was English city of York. It is a little feet high rising above the harbor on William Martin, county judge, has I I Methodist church, Houston, Tex.;

, announced by the British admiraltyshortly and Mrs. Ballantyne, of East I I more than 200 miles from London. I the north is surmounted by ruins of issued 303 county, 323 state, and 11 Carondalet Street church, New Orleans -

before 11:30 o'clock this Orange, N. J., arrived in Orlando a Scarborough has been popularly a twelfth century castle. That promontory non-resident hunting licenses since La.; First Methodist church
morning, and it threw London into few days ago to remain another win styled "the queen of watering places." I divides North Scarboroughbay New Orleans, La.; Vineville church,
I the beginning of the season, November -
the greatest state of excitement that ter. They have rooms at the Wyom The town has a large spa, an interesting I from the south bay. The north 20. The season closes February Macon, Ga.; Mulberry Street Methodist -

has prevailed since the outbreak of ing.In i aquarium, a museum and a fine I cliffs begin near it. The north bay is 30. Several licenses were issued yes : church, Macon, Ga.

the war. addition to his other learning I drive and promenade pier. The permanent I embellished with gardens and along I i terday. Judge Martin believes that I
The preliminary announcement of Dr. Ballantyne is an earnest studentin is TilE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
I population more than 40- its shore is the marine drive. this season's record will be consider
the admiralty made no mention of ornithology and is on familiar I CHOIRAll
The fashionable of Scarborough
part able higher than last year's.
the damage to Scarborough, which is speaking terms with all the birds is a seaport or municipal ; is in the southern half of the members of the Presbyterianchoir

a fashionable sea resort on the Northsea from New Jersey to Florida, and borough in the southeast portion of city, and is separated from the old Electric lamps, Orlando pillow tops, are requested to report for re-

thirty-seven miles northeast of rarely ever takes a walk in Orlando the county of Durham. It is about 40 town by the park. On the southern cases, boxes, smoking sets, at Curtis hearsal Thursday evening, December
York and a little over two hundred without making,: the acquaintance ofa miles northwest of I & O'Neal's and ef nice
Scarborough on a side are the spa gardens and the min- a variety 17, to rehearse the Christmas music.
miles from London, or to Hartlepoo!" new bird friend. i promontory that extends into thj eral springs. things for that Christmas present. FORREST DABNEY CARR.


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EDUCATIONAL ASSOCIA--SHAMPOOING recently arrived AND in MANICURINGI Orlando and I I I To the Good Citizens NOTICE of Orlando: Fin I Crea

!STESIiJsTESII!!STF.SQSTESi! \ STFi@STF.S! IiSTESI'5TESIf ; !: solicit your orders for shampooingand Loyal Order of Moose, 766, of Or- aill
manicuring work. Drop a cardto lando, Florida, wish to do their sharein
Mrs. Woodward, No. 5 West Rob- making Christmas what the word
iason, and I will call at your home. really means. If any one knows of
f XMAS PRESENTS My terms are reasonable and work needy families, widows, or children AND ICESTelephone
UtEI.ANDDEC.K 29 guaranteed. 12-16-6t who he can help to say truly this is
I t Christmas, please send names and
t NOTICE addresses, not later than December
20. Adress either O. A. McIntosh, II.
f 4r :Many teachers from Orange county All automobile and occupation license Gauthier, F. J. Raehn, or L. O. O. M., 6t'4
will attend the Florida Educational Orlando, Fla. 11-13-6tc
t Pullman Aprons, taxes have been overdue since
Assoctation meeting at Lakeland, December October 1st. This is to notify all delinquents -
29 to 31. An interesting pro- to pay said license tax on Get the news in the Sentinel first.
l Tourist) Traveling Cases. gram has been arranged which is pub- or before December 25th; that those New York Ice Cream
at that time
remaining delinquent
lished below. from
Many Orange
Travelers Sets. will be informed against in the crim- My Specialy
I r riting ILI county will attend the meeting, as inal court of record.J. .
IF- the school board will pay one-half of F. GORDON, SOMETHING NICE! Philadelphia and Fancy Creamsto
Parisian Ivory Sets. the railroad fare for all who will at- Sheriff of Orange County.
Hin 12-15 to 12-25c OrderWHOLESALE
Ic Hot Vacuum Bottles. The program is as follows: Two Beautiful Buil, fog Lots AND RETAIL
Tuesday Dec. 29, 8 P. M. Get GRIFFING'S NEW 1915 Cat- On South Orange Avenue,
alogue. Phone No. 267, or call at
Parker Fountain Pens, Music, Lakeland band. No. 116 South Orange avenue. near Lake Lucerne splendid : Neopolitanin Stock
{ Invocation Rev. Wallace Wear.
t rrJ1 Welcome address, Mayor O. M. 12-16-3t view of the lake, only
Playing Cards in Cases. Eaton. 2 1-2 blocks from business
r rF ;I Response, Dr. A. A. Murphree. The want ad.'s the thing, for :you -..
t" President's address, Supt. R. E. and for the other fellow also. center, nice big shade trees C. H Hoefler
n Perfumes and Toilet Waters. Association.Hall, president Florida Educational shrubbery, &c., adjourning I I

Li. Jii Annual address of State Superin- Phone 464 lot to one oi the best residences .
Xmas Cigars in Xmas Boxes. 11 tendent W. N.Wednesday Sheats. AUTO FOR HIRE in city.-For sale by Residence 205 Liberty St.

9 a. m.-Music, Miss Hallie Gran- FIRST CLASS REPAIRING I WALTER IV. ROSE i i Corner Mariposa

Government as a Method of 17 Hughey Street Orlando, Fla. Rooms I A 3 Watkins Block :
Discipline in Schools, by Principal J. 12-10-1m Phone 555 :
W. Asbury, Cocoanut Grove.
ETE EAM 1 9:30 to 10 a. m.-Discussion by --- --
I ; college.Miss Rowena Longmire, of Woman's I

10 to 11 a. .-Address, Dr. Harvey -

11 Cox.a. m.-Lecture, Dr. Redway. .
12 m.-Dismission.
i 8 p. m.-Local entertainment.
PHONES 8:15 p. .-Lecture by Dr. J. W.

1 rn :Ll- i ii and Withers 9:30 School.p.on m.Banquet.Thursday Education. in the Home Xmas Suggestions

61 and 95
i ; 9 a. m.Music.Invocation .
Rev. J. B. Ley.
t7F I ; "':30 a. m.-Hon. O. B. Martin oi ---...-- -. -..---.-.. ..
Washington, D. C., on Boys' Corn
Club and Girls' Tomato Clubs.
_':STES @STESII1I.srF..5l1fiSTF..5' : !!5TF I5TF..sU5TF..sI:STF..s1 10:30 a. m.-Dr. Harvey Cox.

12 11:15 m.-a.Business.-Dr.session.Redway. Are You a S. P. U. G ?

3 p. m.-Excursion (optional).
8 p. Declamation contest. .
Primary Section-Thursday, Dec. 31,

HARllI5D1f5 Chairman, Miss 1:30 Mary P. M.Tom. Did you ever think of going to the

-- Secretary, Miss Ruth Pollard.

HOUSEHOLD Nellie Topic Principles Cooke for discussion,and Jacksonville.Aims-Leader, Nature Study., Miss GAS OFFICE to look for Xmas presents -

Suggestive Lessons in Nature Study
for Florida Schools. Leader, Miss ?
Pauline Suddath, Lakeland.
Demonstration lesson in Nature t
Study, Miss Kate Colyer: teacher,

formost.ewjjthinj: d} Lakeland.Open parliament. Perhaps you never have, but we

Business meeting.

Easy to use. Influence Kindergarten of the Kindergarten Section on want you to see what we have this year.

.Jl to buy. Primary Work, Miss Lillian Page. I
Easy The Kindergarten of Today, Miss

Small cans. Florence S.The June.Child Wilson.and Its Teacher, Mrs. C. We carry only the latest and best 1

High School Section, Wednesday, Dec.
16 Colors and 30, 1:30 P. M. Gas Appliances in the market.
Chairman, Principal I. I. limes,
ALL GOD. Palm Beach high school.
Secretary, Principal B. B. Lane,
Pensacola high school. Present which will be
4 (Papers not to exceed thirty min- appreciated.
Wears well. utes.)
1. The True Function of the High
Looks well. School.a .
( ) Leader, Principal E. L. Robinson -
Hillsboro high school, Tampa.b .
What ( ) General discussion, not to exceed -
... more... ten minutes. ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO.
2. The Six Plus Six Plan.
can you ask? 3. Home Economics in the High i
"4 SchooLa
Ii ( ) Leader, Miss Agnes Ellen Harris GAS DEPARTMENT &
director of department of home
.. economics Florida State College for
SOLD I3Y Women, Tallahassee. 1Tile
(b) General discussion not to exceed -
Jos. Bumby Hardware Co. ten minutes.
Classical Section 3 P M.
Chairman, Principal J. A. Gran- '

ORL AND 0. berry Secretary, Arcadia.. R. Thomas, Miami.

utes.High(1.Papers) Some School not Needed Latin to exceed Curriculum.a Reforms thirty in. min-the Florida Real E Estate & InV UID nt Co.

..1.1..1.1..11111111.111111111111111"111111111"J ( ) Leader W. R. Thomas, Miami
I high school Miami.b
( ) General discussion not to ex-
ceed ten minutes. Capital $50,000. Fully Paid Up. '
2. The Collection and Use of Col-
REAL ESTATE lateral Material in Teaching High
J School Latin.a Incorporated In Florida; :Therefore Under State Control
( ) Leader, Dr. J. B. Game, professor -
of Latin, Florida State College
r for Women, Tallahassee.b .
( ) General discussion not to exceed -
f all classes and kinds of Real Estate. ten minutes.
T We buy d 3. Dr. A. P. Montague, Lake City,

t If you want to buy or sell the earth it will pay you to call Roman Literature. II/E/ extend a cordially invitation to Investors and

and talk your wishes over with us. Train and Track. yV Property-Holders to call at our office, to learn

I The manager of this firm has had years of exper- for Broken the deaths rails of nave 175 been persons.responsible Injuring the most progressive and conservative methods. '

r ience dealing in Florida investments, having sold over a 6.004 ten years.and $3.237.733: damage In the last To protect your interests this Company aside ot 1 hei II

million dollars worth of Florida Real Estate in the last By connecting a hinged step with the
; Bank
Gaurantee whenever
f nlr brake system an Englishman has financial strength, give our
Invented a device to prevent a train
J two years. starting wbU Its passengers are alight- clients demand it. Enquiries by mail promptly an

We are well posted on the value of all classes and ing from or boarding it.
The first section of the Trans-Sahara swered.
r railway, a narrow gauge line of 135:
kinds of Florida property. We want listed with us all
miles from Biskra to Tugnrt. Is now
F open for traffic. It Is to be continued HENRY BENEDICT PresidentOffice
; bargains in Real Estate, and we want customers for Real ,
to Wargla 100 miles farther Into the

; Estate Bargains. desert.
Four Reels.A over Peoples National Bank. Phone 570 .

missionary In the Philippines gives

i fi i 'WARING REAL ESTATE COMPANY tricts.motion Chicago picture may license shows moving in remote picture dis -

theaters In two classes-for grownups

t; R. D. WANING, Manager only"John and Barleycorn.for children." which is Jack

London's own story of his life is to
l Rooms 4 and 6 Watkins Block Phone No. 631 be shown In moving pictures. Sentinel Want Ads Get Results

11-15-tf Some of the steamers sailing out ot
r Vancouver B. C have established mo i
thou pictures on shipboard for the
. ...I..I..IIIIIIIIIII.II..II'IIIIII'I.lllllr. .. amnvemrat of passengers.

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I have about two dozen BOYS .
SUITS of the better quality, that I ,
South Portal to Palace of Food Products, Pan- want to close out, and will make the
The Name prices extremely low. F. N. Board-
ama-Pacific International Exposition man. 12-16&18
San Francisco, 1915 Eat all you want.
Eat what you want.
Take a postscript and forget it.
. ;-. """or sale by all druggists.l-T-d&w-lyr

TEN ACRES overlooking Orlando;
all cleared; fine land; good home
CARL DANN site. $2,000. II. C. McDaniel. Phone
7 08. Extra Today

For Pecan Trees see or phone W.II.

Brokaw. 12-16-3t Mrs. Willie Drennen MdreRe

Now is the time to order GRIF-
:t.;>n FING'S
v n.' ROSES. W. II. Brokaw,
"y salesman. 12-16-tf Will appear in her exceeaingly clever"PIANOLOGUE.
: ., "
ic .... : :. Shoes for the whole family, and at "
MeansREAL 'n <.<<.'. the lowest prices that can be made .
n t for GOOD SHOES, at Boardman's.

12-16&18 Just a few minutes of "Nitty" entertainment.

Dr BuckmasterOSTEOPATH "Brandon's Last Ride,"

A Vitagraph special feature complete in two parts.

[ [ESTATE[ Graduate of Kirksville

132 S. Orane Avenue The Belle of Breweryville

A Lubin Comedy.
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. Contractor and Builder : -CV'- -ONORlANDOSANFORD- ,
A Vitagraph Drama Featuring
Bungalows a Specialty

Arcade Building. OrlandoBEST _JF : BRICK ROAD "Lillian Walker."


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Sixty.five acres of best rolling pine
FOR FISH AND OYSTERS 1814. by Panama-Pacific International Exposition Co. land suitable citru trees andall "THAT ORCESTRA q
field crops; within sight of railroad ,
Phone N'O. 5. 206 Boone StreetP.
portal La probably the most modern In feeling of any doorway to station,schools,churches. MUST BE
M. and W. O. COX THIS of the main group of exhibit palaces. The portal Is Italian ren- SACRIFICED. A fine location for a
in form and treatment, but much of the ornamentation Is of
10-23-tf more recent origin. The photograph gives no idea of the great dimen- nursery. 5c NO ADVANCE IN PRICES lOc
sions of this portal which is sixty-six feet in height to the tip of tbe ornamentation Price, Terms $Z5 per Acre
surmounting the arch. The eagle above the line of pilasters of the Spot Cash $20 per acre
Christmas portal are six feet in height The Exposition palaces! are constructed of grayish -
craw plaster in imitation of Travertine marble-
The Biggest Grove ValueFour
Almost HereGive Entrance to a Vast Exhibit Palace at Panama- DANIEL FROHMAN Presents
miles from town, good road,
Pacific Exposition at San Francisco In 1915 choice citrus location. We have. fine TYRONE POWER in the famous society drama

10 acre piece with five acres In fine
., bearing grove. The other five is all "ARISTOCRACY."
us jour order for
cleared and .the whole piece is I
RAISINS I t ] fenced. There is an old house on
the place. Price 535oo. .
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carry a full line of Xmas eat- t 3z'ef ,
ables. ; B. D. WIENENGA Prop. '
XMAS PRESENT I Compression Starter
Send Box of Fruit friends. i
Only $1.35 a express prepaid your east of ,.' MADE ESPECIALLY FOR FORDS! Livery, Draying and HaulingWE
Rocky Mountains. t

Give us your order now. Will Start Any That I

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One sharp pull from the II

CARUTQERS & GORE seat turns the engine over
5'S two compressions. I AUTO, AUTO BUS AND TRUCK

New Modern Grocery S > That uQUEER SHAPED WHEEL" .
# ,. -'r- '' S ,,, : Country Driving for Eight or Ten Solicited
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Copyright. 1914. by Panama-Pacific International Exposition C HORSES FOR SALE j
Phone 200 See the Sandbo
photograph shows the great western portal or THIS' uup Palace of Food Products. The half dome I Is known as the 'Phone 257. Orlando Florida
6 and 8 East Pine St. Home: of Vigor and !+ 113 feet in height Bruit lit. riotous; colors I
are employed in the mosaic in the vault of the half.loiiie, which was FORD GARAGE 1
designed by Jules <;ut.rln. America' most celebrated decorat e artist -
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ORLANDO Portal In South Wall of Palace of Education, I A
Panama-Pacific Exposition,San Frar cisco,1915Copyright. 1

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Y City Building Lots, $100; $1.00 cash .' ,- +"::' 1i' '< ;;, "! .<.tJP'.i .
and $1.00 per week buys a Lot : .. $ 7;;! "l1. : 'fl
t Cor. Graves and Irvin StreetsORLANDO'
RENTS COLLECTED. i.t ->.; '".'P') ";);., h if-<' i

Notary Work Promptly and
ISM.>> by Panama-Pclnc International E; isition Co.
doorway shown is one of the lesser rtaN of this palace and = .
THE" : the South Gardens and the sou ern end of the Fine Arts
; In influence the portal is earl Italian renaissance. The
twisted fluted Roman columns have beer lven an eastern flavor by
the application of contrasting colors In alternati applied under the dlrec'Sltion. d
Office at Pinehurst ParkP. tion of Jules Guertn. director of color of the Ex.' The Portal is over w-i mo.ni5J"
0. Box 281 thirty feet In height. The outer wall of the palac s sixty-five feet high.

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THE DAILY part of the main street of town these Here's Some Hot

South Florida SentinelMORNING worthless tramps, the typical hobo, !
(By W. S. Branch) I IA
could be seen walking two and two, Bargains Right Off
AND WEEKLYW. There are several' very artistic win- II
M. GLENN ....................Editor dow dressers in Orlando and Herbert and at the end of the procession I
W. C. ESSINGTON ... .EiuineM Manager The Griddle
--- Franklin, with McCulloch's: depart- walked a policeman. He would take I
Entered at the poetoific at Orlando Florida I
as Second Cl**& Mail Matter. ment store, is not by any means the them to "division" street, where another -
SUBSCRIPTION RATES poorest. Mr. Franklin's windows and started and warned them I A MANUfACTURRSI[ -I
Daily. 1 Year ...................... $5.00 town
Daily C Month....................... 2.50 sign cards talk straight to the pros- not to return on a penalty of impris- Two acres on a beautiful lake.
Daily. 3 Months ...................... 1.25 pective shopper.
Daily 1 Month ..,.................... 60 onment.It Four room house. A number of
Weekjy. 1 Year ......,............... f 1,00 RailroadsThe was a matter of comment how budded trees in
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN railroad companies are certainly many of the tramps preferred to orange bearing. SACRIFICE[ -I I'lHE
ADVANCETO up against more than their shareof "beat it" to the next town and start Only two and one-half miles
ADVERTISERS: trouble in these early days of the begging for the next meal rather'
from the Court House. If sold
twentieth The latest is
century. a honest The
than an living.
Copy for; eliapla and all other hand- *t get asso-
advertising most be handeo in at the busineu plain intimation by the supreme court ciated charities later took a live inter- by December 20th price will be
office of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. -.
of the United States that the roads est in the city's problem and worked
the day before publication This rule appliesto only $500.00Four
chances for contract advertising: it UInmultlc must provide sleeping coaches for the with them in helping the men who, ,
and will be ctrictly adhered to.
colored people. As it is out of the through misfortune, had been reduced
Su1osC n bets 3"ring The Sentinel discontinued -
should notify the office in writing on question to mix them up with the to tramps, by finding them employ- XMAS
front Cen-
the date of expiration. otherwise it will be large on
white either in the Northor
continued at the regular subscription rates, passengers ment if the work which the city pro-
until notice to atop is received. South it is up to the railroads to vided did not suit their taste. tral avenue close in, that must ,1
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Telephone Numb>> r eo eo eo eo. eo. 24
run separate sleepers for the colored- Now, in this little city, when a be sold by December 25th. Only
THURSDAY, DECEMBER: 17, 1914. passengers on all lines whether they tramp comes to the door begging for STORE SUPREME"SALE .
.. each for inside lots and
-- ---- i have one passenger a day or one once food he is told fo either go direct to $500

Orlando needs a motor fire truck I in three days. the Associated Charities or to the $550 for corners.Cooper .

because horses become "winded" and Afraid "bunk house," where the city pro-
: can not stand the strain of several What has become of those fellows vides a free lodging. In this way the

fires in one day. who were going to fly. across the At- worthy are given a chance to earn OF SILKSA

lantic ocean the past fall? Are they money while the professional hobois & Atha
t The Christmas rush is on. afraid of aerial bombs or do they fear escorted out of town by the law in
r o the Zeppelins might fly over Englandand an orderly but none the less forceful 114 South Orange Ave, Graad floor
i Ignorance is the stepmother of ar- put them out of business? manner.
Phone No. 311
gument... Wet Hoping this plan may be of some CASH PURCHASEOF

t 0t Tampa voted "wet" just as it voted help to Orlando in solving the tramp --- ------- ---
t Advertisers are known by the com- against commission government last problem, I am, 2,000 yds.
Subscribe for The Daily SentineL
pany they keep. "A BOOSTER."
year. But we risk the prediction that
[ 0 before 1920 the light will shine in on .
t Shall we have more of-this kind of
the darkened intellects and con
J weather? Vote No.
sciences of the men (and women) who I" I

0 vote, and the metropolis of South loch
[ If have sell' 36
you anything try a Florida will have a dry commission
r Sentinel classified ad.

t 0I "Error government.is a hardy plant; it flourishethin
Never fail to put in a good word every soil; PURE E SilK MESSALINE
I for Orlando and Orange county. In the heart of the wise and good, '
alike with the wicked and fool-
o ish; LAKE EOLA
The Almighty never recognizes a For there is no error so crooked, but I,!
F minister's worth by the salary he it hath in it some lines of A
gets. truth." quality identical with

The pen may be o mightier than the According Almanac to the almanac it our Regular 1.00 quality. "

sword; but, in Europe, not mightier will be exactly ten hours betweensun Here is an unusual offering one that I can unhesitatingly I In
than the censored. rise and sun set today and this : a magnificent range of .i

o will be the length of the days until I j recommend as a GREAT BARGAIN. The lot is the
Christmas, when the will I I I newest Colorings for
Let us take advantage of our opportunities sun begin bath. II
contains rooms and
the house seven
to set minute later and accord- 90x200 and
lest we become an oppor- one I Street. Evening and Re-
tunity for others. ing to the old saying, "When the days Orange and grapefruit and
Servants room on premises. !
r o begin to length The cold begins to i ception wear. Including

t Luck means rising at six in the strengthen." peach trees, shruberry and flowers and ornamental I

t morning living on a dollar a day if White, Cream and Black.
you earn two, minding your own busi- LETTERS TO THE SENTINEL plants. Owner will sell furnished or unfurnished. The

ness, and not meddling with other
location is No. 215 E. Robinson avenue on north shore of SALE
people's.WET Editor of The Sentinel: i

o I have been reading with interest I I Lake Eola and overlooking Eola Park. Listed exclusively I ,
. the various comments on the tramp
There has been so much said con- question printed in your paper and I with me. The price will astonish you, it too low, i
cerning the recent election at Tampa would like to make a suggestion
that there is little remaining for The which, in the town I came from, I but owneris determined to sell. Cash or terms. 36 inch

Sentinel to rehash. It is the same old worked out satisfactorily.From I

story of delusion. Once wet it is nextto time to time the tramps be-

impossible to try to prove the came a great nuisance, going from SILK POPLIN
worth of dryness; but when Tampa house to house begging a meal. Also

eventually goes dry the foolishness of burglaries were reported to the police
the liquor business will become evi and there seemed no curbing of this S.Y.WAYInsurance

dent. Ignorance crime stupidity condition till it was finally taken up I I Our well known $1.00 qualityin
and selfishness are at the bottom of by the city council and money was
the recent election in Tampa and appropriated for the building of an i ii handsome tones of Pink,

caused the slender victory for King i inexpensive "bunk house" to sleep and Real Estate Agent Sky, Nile green, Cardinal 1 ,
Alcohol. As the foreign ,element was over night every hobo that applied

directly responsible for the overthrowof for a free night's lodging. I I PHONE 172 Green, Gray, Wine, Navy, Tan, '

the prohibitory movement, so A warm breakfast was given them Copen, Brown, etc. and also in .
should the city and county see to it free then the tramps were given the
that the influx of the foreign bornis choice-I should say that this meth- I Cream and Black.

prohibited.AS od of dealing with the tramp prob-

II lem is carried on still-of either go-
EXPECTED ing out to the rock pile and earning SALE PRICE 79c

The telegraph conveys the expectednews money, or being escorted out of town
that the German fleet has madea by the police.As .
dash to the English coast. For the we lived out in the residential 61
convenience of The Sentinel readers I
we submit these distances from the I t. 1 40i inch I

German naval base at Heligoland, I Ila

west Moray Orkney of the Firth Islands Kiel 500 canal.460 miles.miles. Ifallieies and Bracelet Watches M SILK CREPE lie e CHINE .

Edinburgh 440 miles.

Hull, 310 miles.

London, 300 miles.It One of the besf qualities
is a short distance isn't it?
-dainty enough fora fairy
The cities attacked by the Germans in the market to day. In
yesterday were Scarborough Whitby
Hartlepool, and Recar all off the Dog- What girl can resist the charm of a dainty La Valliere veritable an unbroken of the

ger Bank, and but a trifle over 300 I range
miles from the German naval base. lacework of gold or platinum, set with precious or semipreciousstones newest colorings in demand -

The English have a fleet that rules The this unusually lovely so delicate
designs year are so ,
the waves in times of peace, and this to day. For either
year the Kaiser caught them napping. and fine, we are sure they must have been inspired by the fairies- II

However it will be a long long time Street, Evening or Recep-
before the war ends and when it does
terminate the British navy will have Especially charming, too, are our Bracelet Watches. A more pleasing gilt tion wear. Our $1.50

asserted its true strength and the could not be chosen, or one that combines so much beauty with practicabilityCome
German navy will be wiped from the quality.

seas.The next thing will be an aerial attack in and look them over-whether you intend to purchase I

on London. o or not. We know it will be a treat to you to see SALE PRICE $1.15

WINTER these exquisite pieces of Jewelry,

(By Ruth Raymond)
It is winter in the Northland, OPEN EVENINGST.
All the fragrant flowers are dead;
O'er their graves a snow blanket
: By the northwind roughly spread.All DICKSON YES CO.
the forest paths are drifted
And the silerce is profound
Where no bird song greets the dawning -
And no green vine decks the ground. .
But within the Southland winterIs .DEPARTMENT STORE.
as joyous as the spring; .
Here the wild flowers breathe their ..

fragranceAnd the birds glad tribute bring. ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACEr
Here we wait the winter's passing, Orlando] Orange Avenue Florida
f With no fear of ice and cold, !
Looking on the palms that border
Groves that fling us fruit of gold.

Orlando, Dec. 16, 1914. -[ .;
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fr TODAY"In ,'' Open 2 p. m. and 6:30 p. m.l !

Admission 5 rents I Ii i

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Rex. Phillips Smalley PROGRAM"and Lois I What Shall I Give 1 1This
Weber in "Behind the Veil.
.. The Clutches of The Gangsters 101 Bison. "The Isle of Abandoned i
Hope," with Wm. Clifford and :Marie I

A Two-Part Kay-Bee FeatureIn Walcamp.Imp. \Vm.In Shay two parts.and Imp. companyin is a question often asked and some
"The Flower Girl and the Counter-
feiter." times hard to answer, you will be greatly
'Which a Romance of Underworld Lite is Graphically Presented."BACK .
SEE HERE!-N'ew Christmas line of helped by coming into our store and
Kodaks received. Some beauts. The I
Lest prifts. Ilow ard's Studio. 17-it I stock of Christmas
looking at our big
LAST CHANCE!-Christmas photos ,
must be placed at once. Still time presents.
An Unique llAJESTICVestern Drama. but 12-17-4t be quick. Howard's Studio. .


i Automobile Coupons Contest.given with every admission, good for the Lucerne Theatre Great j GULf GASOLINE

I Same Ivitfcle Frioesmmmmmmmmmmmmm 1 I AND

OAUTO[ E OIL'I ri wanted.Goods bought now laid away until

.i 1 1 Mi i i i i...* i M i i i C J iI : J ;r : i ** iX-O x .i>9 ;.. < I 11
-I Mary Zachary, Julia Zachary, Anna Drums for shipping and storage

Jones, Corinne Walton, Alice Brady, tanks kept on hand.
I @rhtu 'nrtrtJ i Helen Way, Ruby Shiver, Eileen
. I,Vivian, Marian Braly, Winifred Lubricating Oil and Greases to suit II .. .11ri & 00..,
Brown and Louise Curtiss. I all cars. Give make of car when you
I -Edited By Miss Eliza Wright I I :Men's: Open Forum Club order. JEWELERS
Office telephone No. 179. Residence telephone No. 254 The Men's Open Forum Club lis- --
;tened to a delightful lecture last even-
Twentieth Century Club Lieut. Entrican, of Narcoossee, who! ,,
Dec. 17th19th. The Twentieth Century Club enjoyed I illustrated his lecture with stereopticon P. G. WALTON, Agent ? o c A JL
a social afternoon with Mrs. C.I' views. The lecture was a gen-
3 P.M.-Rosalind Thursday Club afternoon P. Dow on Wednesday. It is the custom eral description of his journey to the: I Office Phone 450.: II 11111111111 U III O+f tf<
party. of the club to dispense with the Arctic regions with Commodore Residence Phone 269. W. S. Coleman w. R. Rh*nTHERE'S '
8 P.M.-Annual Cathedral School reading at the meeting before every Peary. The views were excellent and
senior dance; Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Christmas and bring their sewing and the machine was operated by Dean If .REASON FOR
Cobb. chat and plan for Christmas. At the I Remsen. The lecture covered a pe- VENEER CORES

. 3 P.M.-W. C. Friday T. U. meeting, Methodist next meeting, December thirtieth, I riod of one and one-half hours and SU ].,, ':>I"P PAINT
they will begin the reading of $1.25 = --- ---------=--=-= -- -
church. I. URiCh-I was very interesting. Twenty-five ----- -
Bridge. party; Mrs. CampbellMrs.Dunn. ard II." lIrs.V.. II. visitors were present besides the total Sold at gaining in popularity every day.er .
be the hostess. club membership. Following the Per Strand UpFIREPLACE
8:30 P.M.-Society vaudeville and
dance review, opera house.II. Unity Circle lecture refreshments were served. CHUNKS AND I QUALITY-THAT'S IT
The Unity Circle had an interestng The club programs are open to all OAK WOOD We also handle a full line of Painters' A Paper !
S. Classical Club meeting at the Chapel' yesterday af- and are held the first and third Hangers Supplies. 20OORolls Wall Paper | '
The High School Classical Club ternoon. Mrs. Fred Stanley read a Wednesdays of every month. Orlando Wood YardB. to go at cost price.
had an interesting meeting at their paper, the subject of which was "Be I W. Kingsley, "Proprietor
regular session this week. The sub- Fair to the Catholic." An interesting Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Jenson, of Atlanta PINE STREET AND R. R. ORLANDO PAINT AND WALL PAPER CO.i. i :

ject for the evening was mainly Bel- discussion followed. There were about who have been sojourning in 9-30 Telephone 314 I The Sign of the Sun Phone 261 205 So. Orange Ave. .
gium. Miss Ruth McCullough read a twenty-five present. Tea and dough- Orlando for several days, left yesterday I I .
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Another paper on "A History of Brus- subject next Wednesday will be "How': in the southern part of the .
, sels" was read by Miss Corinne Bar- Not to Keep Christmas." state. Before leaving they purchaseda
f ker.U A History of Berlin," by :Mr. :Mrs.: Yearby Hostess pretty building lot in North Orlando
Arthur Ivey, and "The Destruction of Mrs. Ralph Yearby was the charming that they will improve and will erecta FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL
Art at Louvain," by :Miss Nina Swear- hostess at bridge on Wednesdayin modern bungalow thereon where I ? '
ingen. The young people will have a honor of her sister-in-law, :Mrs. they will in future winters make their
Christmas party on this Friday even- Mooneyham. The attractive living home. Established 1886
ing at the school building. room was very pretty with ferns,
I i
Progressive Bridge palms and roses. There were two tables TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY f
The hospitality committee for to- of players, :Mrs. Allan Weathersbee -
day at the Rosalind Club will give a winning first prize and Mrs. Joe FOR RENT-Suite of two rooms for CURTIS & O'NEAL
I progressive bridge party, beginning Reese the consolation. After the light housekeeping; price reasona-
ble. Apply at 502 Osceola street.
promptly at 3 o'clock. The chairman, games several of the girls came in, 12-17-lwkc
Mrs. Phillip Slemons, wishes to say Mrs. Clarence Brown, Mrs. S. A. INSURANCE LOANS
that those who do not play are invited Johnson, and Miss :Mary Rock assisted SITUATION WANTED-On truck
I to bring their sewing and spend a so- the hostess in serving a fruit sal- farm; or understand all grove work; .
. cial afternoon. This will be the last ad, nut bread, olives, coffee and "Situation strictly sober," care and Sentinel.reliable. Address 17-lt, RE \L ESTATE RENTALSFOR
Thursday afternoon party until after whipped cream, pistachio cream and
New Year. cake. The guests were :Mesdames Ir- LOST-A tan Scotch collie dog; an-
Wednesday Card Club win Dunn, Allan Weathersbee, Joe swers to name of Prince; finder
The Wednesday Card Club was Reese, Clarence Brown, S. A. Johnson please return to R. D. Waring, Fair
Oaks, and receive reward. 17-3tc
, most delightfully entertained yesterday Frank Guernsey, Louis Dolive,
i by Mrs. Schnarr. The Christmas Ray Saunders, Joseph Cheney, and SECOND HAND STUFF, CIIEAP-
:Misses Roberta Branch, Guilda RENT---Bungalo 5 Rooms Furnished, South Main
! decorations were used elaborately, Hap- Bedsteads, tables, chairs:, heater,
the red and green color scheme being persett, Alma DeLaney, Mary Rock, hanging lamps, incubator. Box 447, Street.
carried out in the refreshments, ice and the guest of honor.Cathedral city. 1273tOSTEOPATHY

cream with cherries, nut bread, and RecitalA
coffee with whipped cream. Mrs. Mc- delightful recital was given last Seven Room House, South Orlando.
Lean, :Mrs. Robinson, and Mrs. Alle- night at the Cathedral'! school by Miss
man were unable to be present, :Mrs. Persing's pupils, assisted by the pupils -
't Meyers, Mrs. Watson, Mrs. W. G. of :Miss Hibbs in expression, and \ DR. J. C .HOWELL Two New Five Room Houses, South West Orlando.
Johnson, and Mrs. Hamilton Johnson the Cathedral School Glee Club, under ,Hours, 10-12, 3.5, and by; appointmentNo
substituting for them and the hostess. the direction of :Miss Nicholas. The extra charge tor house treatment
Mrs. Watson made the winning score. auditorium was filled with a large Except Night Calls.Telephone !
This was one of the most enjoyable and appreciative audience. Those connections
meetings the club has had this sea- participating in the program were: Office cor. Orange and Central Aye i IIIIIM MUM

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, I. W. Phillips & Sons Orlando Auto Supply Co. i

26 East Pine St. 210 South Orange Ave

The Pine Street will be
shop ready for business

Monday, with George Dolive in charge of the The tires that :make good

ales department.Mr. and the concern that guarantees

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

charge of the repair department. Mr. Wilson their goods.

comes to us highly recommended, and our guarantee -

goes with all his work.

KELLY-SPRINGFIELD E I f { L & GOODRICH TIRES. 1 rill AOjlls1Mellt IS Made ilulu $


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FOR for housekeeping RENT-Fine; furnished also bed rooms rooms; Lumber., Lai:11s a.1.1d Shin;1es

SENTINEL bath hot and cold water; all modern;
new house; private family; large
sunny porch. 211 Ridgewood avenue.

WANTSThe 12-16-3t

I SEVEN ROOM, new stucco cottage,
one block from Eola park; com-
j mands fine view of city. Price $5,500.H. .
C. McDaniel, phone 708. AIIb
Morning Sentinel Want
Directory is the Greatest Want FOR RENT-To desirable people, ORLANDO
Ad Medium in Orlando. well furnished suite, bed room and .
I sitting room with private lavatory.Also .
Terms Cash in Advance. single rooms and a garage
Splendid location. No. 9 E. Washington -
RATES St. 11-29-1mc
For One Day ______________25t Cement Plaster and Perfection Lime
, For Three Days ____________50c FOR RENT-12 boarding house Royal Agatite
BEST 'INVESTMENT For Six Days _______________73c: almost new; 9 good room bed rooms, elec-, ___ _____ __ ________________n_____ ___n ___ ____ ____ _
For One Month ____________$2.50 tric lights and bath; $35 per month.F. .
This rate applies on all ads of L. Anderson, office 112 W. Church
You can make is in Property 25 words or less. If the ad con- street. Phone 459. 12-6-tf
near the business center. It tains more than 25 words the rate .
has all the highest class pub- will be one cent per word for FOR RENT-Large, attractive room. HOUSEHOLD ECONOMYOn

s lic improvements.It sertion.If each additional. word, for each in- 11-8-tfc Inquire No. 8 West Washington St.

you can't bring your ad to the ledgers of the Orlando Bank & Trust Company are the records ol
I is Sure to Increase the office telephone No. 24. Ac- FOR RENT-Small flat, modern
counts opened by telephone will be veniences, unfurnished. Jas.con-A. many dollars saved by women of Orando: and the vicinity who have learned how t

t In Value I payable the following day. Knox. 11-3-tf much more economical it is to manage the household finances on the "pay-by- "

Every Home-E*ery Business- FOR RENT-Large convenient .
and while waiting will pay rooms check"plan.
I' Every Man has use for a for light housekeeping. Also pleas-
". time.a good percentage for your Sentinel Want Ad. ant sunshine front bed room on first Economy in household management is daily beeoming a more pressing
floor. Private family and modern
Better pay a fair price for I conveniences. 315 West Central. necessity. Follow the example of those householders who have found the prac-

property well located than to' FOR SALE 11-24-tfc. tical solution of the. problem of how to make the family income go farthast.

t", buy for a song far out. FOR SALE-All kinds of tangerines, An appreciation of further interest- on your part will be appreciated.We .
Let us show you the comparison kumquats, and grapefruit FOR RENT-Apartment of four nice-
t in location and prices trees in any quantities. Will trans- ly furnished rooms; gas, separate pay 4 percent on savings account on Time Certificates Deposit.
house adults
new 604
and them to live if ; only.
plant guarantee
and we believe you will agree Magnolia avenue. 11-10-tf-
1 with us.ORLANDO. desired.12131wkcFOR Write Alex Oliver, city. WANTED ORLANDO BANK & TRUST CO.

SALE-15 acres young grape- I WANTED-Return portion of ticket
fruit grove, part in bearing; ideal to New York Philadelphia or Bos- Orlando Florida tI
location; lake frontage. Will sell ata ton via New York. Ladies' ticket .
II North Orange Avenue bargain.: Address the owner, Box only. P. O. Box 207. 12-9-12t JtOI
341, Orlando. 12-15-6tc

FOR SALE-Two beautiful lots in tlltMMMIMMMMMM E IIIIIIIIIIIII"IIIIIIIII'1111111111111111111111111.
OPPOSITE SAN JUAN HOTEL Colonial Park, $300 each; also cot-
tage in Concord Park; modern im NICE, LARGE FURNISHED ROOM,
i to adults only. 409 Delaney street.
r provements. Rent pays 8 per cent.
i on whole investment. Owner, Box 10-25-tf

1 DAVIS A GILES. Counsel ; FOR SALE-Ten acres fine orange MISCELLANEOUS
F. A. PEPPERCORN, Contractor land; about 3 acres cleared; 3-4 ofa
mile south of Gill's store and 1-2 -WINTER
mile east of Lake Conway, on terminal -
run in. Price, under brickor
----- -- --
of brick road. Ad-
proposed where cut exceeds 6 feet, 20 cents ,
dress Anna II. Piatt, R. R. No. 1, Box
per foot; cut less than 6 feet, 15 cents
I Business Directory' 43, Orlando. 11-24-1m. per foot. Card to P. O. Box No. 16
will bring our man to see you. F. D. OELA. T J OO. FL
-.FOBUSY FOR SALE-Nice, comfortable home Harvey & Co. 12-16-3tc _
for small family; grapefruit, guava
MEN. and orange trees; six squares of post- LOOK-City! lot and 10 Buick; $235
office. Apply to W. D. West, 510 each. W. R. Higgins, Orlando and REB. 9-13 1915EDUCATIONAL
Marion avenue or Hotel Astor. Chuluota. 12612tcIF ,

r SHOE HOSPITAL 11-18-lmo ,
Bouton Brothers, corner Church MONEY IS ANY OBJECT to
and Orange avenue. Shoes repaired FOR SALE-Five room house, one you, come to II. Kanner's New York
while you wait. Best rubber heels, mile from court house, $650. One Bargain Store. We will sell new
t 40 cents. Best English tan leather. Liberty Brush automobile, $75. In- goods for the holidays at sacrifive

Phone 487. 11-15-lmo quire street.Shoe Hospital, 8 East 11.17Imo'FOR Church prices. 12-5-23t Embracing-Agriculture, Horticulture, Floriculture, Domestic

IIUYEKS AND SELLERSI THE WILLOLA HOTEL 406 South Arts and Crafts, with exhibits of Stock, Hogs and Poultry,

SALE-One seven Orange avenue, is now open. Beau-
buy, sell rent, and exchange real six cylinder automobile, 1 passenger year old, tiful location near Lake Lucerne. and the products of South Florida. Racing, Polo, Sports
estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla., first class condition. Don't answer Home cooking. Spacious veranda.
t. over 30 years. Have handled over unless interested. Address Bargaiu, Mrs. V*. T. Walker. 11-19-lmoc AreoplansLectures and Entertainments all kindsFor

r $20,000,000. Call and see me. care ot Sentinel. 11-14-tf -
10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER.

FOR SALE-Cabbage] Plants,Charleston
p Get the news in the Sentinel first. ., information or premium list, address
Wakefield, $1.00 per thou .. J. LOST--White violet pin, set with
: Frank Phillips, Pine Castle. pear ;. Reward if returned to
f 10-23-tf Hammond & Bunch's store. 122tfIF \VM.' R. O'NEAL, Sec'y II. H. DICKSON, Pres

Christmas and New
FOR SALE-Fine cypress fence posts. YOU ARE LOOKING for well
Inquire of Frank Phillips. Pine Cas- rooted orange and grapefruit buds,
Year Holiday tle. 9-18-tf see H. C. McDaniel. Phone 708. 11I1111I111111111III ..IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIPIIIII1I111

FOR SALE-Forty acres of fine --. ---,--
r Cheap Excursion Fares hammock land; eight in grove; the NOTICE-I have accepted agency for -
present crop of oranges will be from Wilson & Toomer's fertilizers in
750 to 1,000 boxes; 500 trees all told, Orange county and will appreciatethe
i" Via the
ready for setting-10 acres in lake, patronage'of their old customers, JZW '
one and quarter miles from Apopka. and hope to make new friends for this yor fiJ.
I Atlantic Coast Liner Price, $5,000. Address W. H., Box firm. Their Ideal brands are too well I .
178, Orlando, Fla. 9-23-tf known for any comment at my hands.
r My experience as a grower of both
f r Standard Railroad of the South Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand's fruit and vegetables warrants we in
Coal Yard, phone 566. 9-31-tf saying, as their agent, I can be of
real service to those who have grove i
I trouble. I am prepared to give to SPECIAL .
Tickets will 'be sale the Atlantic FOR RENT
on by my patrons not only my own experience .
[ Coast Line to all points but that of the firm which cov-
South of the Ohio and Potomac and FOR RE Beautiful dwelling with
ers every detail of the citrus and vejr-
East of Mississipip Rivers, including garage; elegantly _furnished; on citrus industry. H. C. McDaniel.
Washington Cincinnati, Ev- Lake Lucerne. Jas. A. Knox. Phone 708.EIGHTEEN. Special Xmas Sale of Brass Beds at KINCAID
ansville, and Cairo, for all trains
j December 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, AND A HALF ACRESof
t.! 25, and 31, and January 1, limited returning FOR RE Furnished, two extra land on Lake Gatlin; sixteen in & SNOWDEN
large rooms, facing Lake Eola. 215
January 6th and to
; many five year old oranges and grapefruit;
East Robinson. 12136t'FOR
points in the Northwest and South- overlooks four lakes; in perfect con-
; west on December 19th to 24th, inclusive dition. Price $12,000. Nothing bet- .
and 29th to 31st, limited returning RENT-Cottage, 6 rooms, un- ter in Florida, unless it is the prop- ,
i January 18. Also to Key furnished; just remodelled; all mod- erty below described. $20.00 BED SALE PRICE $9.98
r West and Havana, Dec. 17, 20, 24 ern conveniences; 10 minutes walk
., and 27, with limit January 3, 1915. from postoffice; near Lake ,Lucerne. TWENTY ACRES, in good neighborhood -
3 For further particulars schedules, 108 America street. Address K., care ; fine land; 10 acres in bear-
f r- reservations, etc., apply to Ticket Sentinel, or phone 573. 12-13-6t ing trees; good lake protection; good brass satine finish.
b Finished in polished or
Agents, Atlantic Coast Line, or ad- crop on trees Price 10000. with
dress FOR RENT-Furnished for light fruit; or owner will keep fruit, deducting -
housekeeping, suite of large for
sunny $2,000 same. Offered only
J. G. KIRKLAND, D. P. A., rooms; all modern conveniences. Also for
reasons beyond owners control.
: Tampa, Florida. two nice bed rooms; private family; See H. C. McDaniel for particulars. We give coupons with all cash sales.
close in. 312 North Main St. Phone 708.
Take a slant at the want ads.
FOR RENT-6 room house, with all
modern improvements; furnished; I
$150 season 3 months. One cottage,
for light housekeeping, $30 a month. IDEALCHRISTMAS Kincaid & SnowdenLow
Room and board for couple of tourists -

.Pin!lleJEWELER Street.t. & Atha.. $12 per week. Inquire 12-13-6t Cooper GIFTSare

GENERAL CONTRACTING-We are Priced Furniture House.
prepared to furnish bids on all
kinds of general contract and building fancy wood bottom

EXPERT WATCH MAKERI best work.of Can references furnish; remodelling plans and worka give Cor. Main and Pine Sts. Orlando, Florida

Sentinel.specialty. Address ")1. N.12-13-6t S.," care Serving TraysMay

make a specialt- Fine i -
Watch, Clock and Jewelery Re-
FOR RENT-Rooms, with or without be seen at -
pairing; Diamond Setting,Ring

and Spectacle Repairing. keeping board;; also several rooms apartments for light from house-1 210 N. Ave. ICORDON'S' 1 Dr. F. F. ThompsonDENTIST 4 j

Bring me repairs others have toI rooms, each at very reasonable Orange CARRIAGE
failed to do, and I will repair prices. Inquire of F. L. Anderson, t
them satisfactorily or no charge. 112 West Church street. Phone 459. I .
orPhone AND---
My prices are reasonable. 12-6-tf 113: S. Orange Ave, over Curtis &

FOR RENT seven room house; wa- 656and DR. L H. RAMSDELi. O'Xeal's Store
CHAS. VATER ter, gas, electric lights, bath, etc.; I BAGGAGE TRANSFER OPTOMETRIST Hours 8.30 a.m. to 5.30 pin
barn, stable, chicken house; lot 100 by Wednesday and
200 feet. Apply at 735 North Orange a sample will be takento Saturdays till 8 p.m
(Successor to Dr. C. F. LlL.i I
i L.T. HARRELL Prop.
avenue. ,
JEWELEREast 10-31-tf for i 11-6-tf
you your inspectionand ORLANDO FLORIDA

Pine Street, at Young's FOR RENT-Furnished rooms for order. j: Piano and Furniture I III WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES Eat what you want. ---- I

Repair Shop light housekeeping; also rooms for Sat all you want. I
11-4-d&w-lm lodging, with or without board. This MADE\ IX: ORLANDO II Moving a Specialty I IS AND DO ALL KINDS OF Take a postscript and forget it. !
operty also for sale cheap. 623 W. I For sale by all druggists. |
Church street. 12-11-Gt* E. Church: Sf. PHONE 487 OPTICAL REPAIRING -:" !
.3; t-1-da--lyr'f: .

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OBITUARY OF CAPT. NILES ling has never had a more loyal cour- (Roberts City), to be supplied; La I I
teous nor patriotic citizen, nor one Trinidad (Key West), J. Boen sup- iTMKftGHENtr Don't Buy Gimcracks for
S'. more beloved. His l life was made up ply; Cuba mission I. Gonzalez and N.
The following notice concerning the : of deeds of kindness to others. In J. Castellanos.

death of Capt. Niles is taken from a I every official capacity he served with CUPBOARD Christmas PresentsVarious

Sterling. Ill., newspaper. I honesty. His citizenship was as loyalin

Captain John W. Niles died sud- days times when of he peace followed as it the was flag in the he i SUCCESSFUL COAL TESTS TOMATO ECONOMY. fancy articles made of plush, celluloid leather,

denly in Chicago Friday evening at loved so well on the battle fields of may be put up In brass or even silver, and known to the trade as "Holiday
7:30 o'clock. Captain Niles was at the Southland. As a member of Will TOMATOES for winter use. They "
the home of his nephew, Charles Robinson Post and as an officer of Secretary Daniels Announces make delicious sweets and: are Goods, are made simply for show and have no practical

Buell where he was spending a few distinction.the post he As served Mason with he honor true and I That Alaskan Coal Is as equally nice canned for use as vege value or utility. In these days of war and straightenedfinance
a was
days on his way to Orlando, Fla., I tables. ought to spend jour Chaistmas money wisely.A .
here he has been accustomed to to every tenet of the order. Good as Any to Be you
John W. Niles too tired, Some Delicious Sweets. nice musical instrument talk-
ffnd the winter. The body will be was never great book, a picture a or
( too to visit the sick and Found Tomato Butrer.-Tak ten pounds of
never busy
Brought to Sterling this evening. The machine box of fine stationery hundred
skinned ing a a copper
afflicted to carry the sunshine to tomatoes, four pounds of granulated -
funeral will be held Sunday after- I
noon at two o'clock at the First Bap- some bed of pain. As a member of Washington, Dec. 14.-Formal an- sugar three pounds of apples plate engraved calling cards, fountain pens, supplies for
Com- the old Central school board he will one quart of vinegar: one-half ounce of in the home these and
tist church in charge of Sterling nouncement of successful naval tests the writing desk at the office or ,
be remembered by many of the older stick one-half of '
mandery.luterment No.will 57 be, in Knights Riverside Templar.ceme- boys as one to whom they went in of coal from government owned Ma- ger, one-fourth cinnamon ounce of ounce mace, one-gin- many other articles in our stock make; Christmas gifts thatprove
their times of trial and tribulation. tanuska fields in Alaska was made
and and comfort the whole
tery. ounce of whole cloves. Tie the useful bring joy year
Born in New York Captain Niles the word was a gentleman in today by Secretary Daniels before the spices in a bas put all the ingredientson through. Do Christmas buying early and buy wisely.
sense implies.aGen
every your
John W. Niles was born in Leb- tle" in his wonderful naval committee of the house. Trials together and boil three hours, stir-
11 1830. In every way rec-
N. Y. November ,
anon ord on the battle field showed that he by the cruiser Maryland about ten ring constantly.
with his to BRANCH
1855; he went parents \v. S.
Iowa where they settled in Jones was "Man.." He served his countryin days ago, Mr. Daniels said, had dem- Green Tomato Preserve.-Take ten ,

county. Captain Niles was reared on time of war and in tmie of peace. I onstrated that the Matanuska coal pounds of green tomatoes. add eight The Arcade Book and Music Store
his father's farm and acquired his education His career is one that will stand forthin pounds of sugar six lemons and a
was as good as to be found.
in the district schools and in the history of Sterling as worthyof any small box of preserved ginger. Put In
Hamilton academy. lIe taught schoolin emulation. His greatest monu- I! The results of this test over which the preserving kettle. Have tomatoes
Illinois Iowa and thus ment will be the love that remains for officials have been exulting qui- and
and was en- navy lemons sliced thin. Pick out all
gaged at the time the civil war broke his memory in the hearts of his fellow -I etly for nearly two weeks were particularly the lemon seeds, as they will make it SOAJGETIIHSTG DO-ING

out, serving at the time as postmas- men. gratifying, Mr.\ Daniels said, bitter. Do not peel I lemons Add a little -AT-
,4 ter of Madison, Iowa. In August, water, one cupful or 1_. Put In
1861, he enlisted in Company B, Ninth I because disappointing experimentswith J. E. Nicholson's O. K. Bakery
I'' ginger. Let this boil a little while;
Iowa Volunteer Infantry being made METHODIST CHURCH coal from the Bering fields a
then add sugar. Let it boil slowly on
orderly sergeant shortly afterwards. had dimmed that the lJULICATRSSE..v
year ago hopes ,.
Promoted for Bravery back of range until sirup i thick. If
Captain Niles won his first promo- rich deposits in Alaska ultimately yon do not have the preser\-d ginger COLD ROAST
tion for bravery on the field of bat- APPOINTMENTS would meet all of the government's baud, put in a small handful of dry EEF PORK LAMB

tle. At the siege of Vicksburg Ser- demands for fuel on the Pacific coast. ginger root. Stir often with a wooden POTATO SALAD
Sandwiches of all kinds. Lunches put up for automobile p..r-
Niles led his forwardto
geant company Mr. Daniels spent his fourth and spoon.
the assault and he, with three oth- Bartow District Timely Canning Hints. ties. Come look the Rood things over.
ers of the company reached the high- Presiding elder M. II. Norton; i last day before the committee, explaining Tomatoes Canned Whole.-Use medium K. TRESHER PHONE S6
est point on the Confederate works of Alva, J. H. Daniel; Arcadia G. f'. the needs of the navy in con- sized tomatoes good solid ones. J.
any Northern soldiers. The three Scott; Bartow, J. F. Bell; Bartow cir- nection with the preparations of the
them in wire basket,
others were wounded, but Sergeant cuit, to be supplied; Boca Grande, R. put a plunge them
annual bill and
Niles came through the hail of shot E. Mood; Bowling Green J. W. Aus- appropriation answer- into boiling: hot water remove the
and shell unscathed. For this act of tin; Homeland and Prospect J. T. ing questions on every phase of the skins and arrange them in wide mouthed -
bravery he was promoted to first lieu I Mitchell; Dixieland and Myrtle street national defense problem. lIe told jars. Kill the jars with cold water

tenant. Shortly afterwards, he was I j I I W. II. Steinmeyer; East Fort Myers, II of a proposal for building a half mil- adjust the rubbers, I lay in the covers THE CHASE & CO
made captain of his company. lIe: E. S. Hobson; Fort Meade G. S. Rob- lion dollar Phila- stand the jars in a crash Wailer cover
served his country four full years, do- erts; Fort Meade circuit to be sup- projectile plant at the I Ixiiler. bring: water In boil and boil
ing valiant service and never falter- plied; Fort Myers, E. F. Ley; Lake- delphia or Indian Head, Md., admitted for ten ul llllres. Screw on tops boil PACKING HOUSE A I' ORLANDOIs
ing in the performance of his duty. land, J. E. Wray; Labelle, J. R. lIen- that it was no secret in the navy that hoe miuute louder and l they will tat

lie participated in the battles of Pea derson supply; Mulberry II. J. Haef- the supply of shells for the great like; ire:li tomatoes utieii u"od in the modern, fully equipped with the best up-to-
Ridge Arkansas Post, the assault and linger; Nicholas, C. E. Butteridge,
siege of Vicksburg, and the battle of supply; Nocatee, W. II. Funk; Punta guns of the battleships was inade- inter. date machinery, and gives the citrus grower the
Jackson, Miss. lIe was also at Look- Gorda, T. II. Sistrunk; Sanibel Island, quate and gave his views at length on Canned 1 TomaUn-s.W.i ..li toman***. PROPER PACKING;

out :Mountain and Misisonary Ridge G. W. Day, supply; Wauchula. T. the retired pay question.A plunge Into iNiilinjr: water fur live nun FIRST AID 1O ... "'&
and served with Sherman all throughthe Bell; Charlotte Harbor J. W. Brown utes and the kiii will slip oft without :
Atlanta campaign and on the supply; Kathleen circuit F. M. Eads; trouoie. Slice into the preserving ket HIGHEST PRICES
famous march to the sea. Followingthe Editor Florida Christian Advocate, J. SURE WAY TO AVOID CONSUMPTION tie. Set the kettle uu an asbestos: l mat which however would not accomplish the end desiredby
grand review at Washington, Cap- I E. Wilson.
over the fire. Heat slowly to the boilIng
the if he did not also have available the "
services -
tain Niles was mustered out with his 'Miami DistrictJ. I grower
point stirring: frequently. Have
company at Louisville. Ky.. in 1865. D. Sibert, presiding elder; Bun- II of __
face hands and the Jars thoroughly sterilized and with
Keep your finger
Old Sterling Resident
nell L. D. Haynes; Delray, R. M.
Captain Niles came to Sterling in Williams; DeLand L. D. Lowe; Dania nails clean. fresh nibb7s and close fitting tops. THE CHASE &YCO
1865 immediately after the war, his and oynton, J. E. Garrett; Fort Lauderdale Scrub your teeth at least every Fill with the scalding tomatoes which
\ parents having moved here in the have been allowed to cook steadily half
J. E. Evans; Fort Pierce, 'V.C. morning and evening.
meantime. Captain Niles purchased Norton; Hastings, W. A. Betts; an hour from the time they began to SALES AND DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM .t.t I
S a farm south of Rock Falls and en- Homestead, O. C. Seevers; Key West Bathe daily and change your under- : boil; then st'al.4aJ .
gaged in farming until 1875 when he Fleming street, J. C. Diggs; Key wear at least once a week. which with selling forces thoroughly organized, experienced -

removed to Sterling and where he has West, Memorial, E. II. Lantz; King- Sleep in a room where there is / competent and reliable.
since made his home. ston and Port W. J. :
Orange, Nease; I plenty of fresh air. GIVES THE GROWER
Wonderful Masonic Record j Lemon City, J. W. Taylor; Miami, J.
Captain Niles was one of the best R. Cason; Miami and Ojus circuit, J. Avoid dirt filth and rubbish in and HIGHEST AVERAGE NET RESULTS

known Masons in northern Illinois. S. Brooke; New Smyrna, J. Q. Wells; I about your house.
He was given his blue lodge degreesin Sanford; F. E. Steinmeyer; Sebastian Avoid dust about CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITEDGROWERS'
unnecessary your
his home town in Iowa during the circuit II. B. Boyd, supply; Stuart
civil war, while home on furlough. and Jensen, A. T. Galloway; Titus- home or workshop. TIgiTGlENCUPBOARD MARKETING AGENTS

After coming to Sterling he affiliated I ville, D. A. Cole; West Palm Beach, Don't put your fingers in your
with Rock River lodge, A. F. and A. I W. P. Buhmran; Cocoa and City mouth. lfrr.1 CHASE & COMPANYMain
M., No. 612 Sterling Chapter, No. 57, Point L. Oser; conference rangelist, _
R. A. M.. and Sterling Commandery I W. F. Allen. Don't put your pencil in your Office, Jacksonville Florida

No. 57, Knights Templar. lIe served Tampa District mouth. THE HOME LUNCHEON. 9-30-d&w A. R. ROGUE, Agent, Orlando, Fla.
the Blue Lodge as master and, fora O. A. Thrower, presiding elder; El- Don't put anything in your mouth

quarter of a century was secretaryof lenton circuit, II. C. Nance; Bloom- but food and not food that has
all of the Masonic bodies. A in dale LUNCHEON MENU.
year circuit, S. G. Meadows; Bra-
l ago Captain Niles celebrated his golden dentown A. E. Householder; Manatee touched other mouths. Green Pea Soup-

anniversary as a Master Mason D. B. Sweat; Miakka circuit, W. Corn Bread.Salad.
and, about the same time tendered Carlton supply; Palmetto, II. F. Harris WE HAVE NOW READY FOR DE- Ca.ll'a Cabbage Liver en Casserole.
his resignation as secretary of the i| ; Parrish, Paul Kendall; Sarasota LIVERY Irish Potatoes warrantedfree Jelly Omelet. r
Masonic bodies. I ntoken of the high I| H. C. Hardin; Seffner circuit, J. N. from scab or other diseases. Tea.
esteem in which he was held, he was I Relt; Wimauma, J. R. Blocker; Tampa Drop me a card or phone 708 and let
Hammond Gore
presented with an elaborate gold : First church and Highlands W. us talk over, your requirements. I
headed cane by the three bodies. '1 E. Thompson; Tampa, Hyde Park and will make it to our mutual advanI a substantial luncheon il'i i
Charter Member of (i. A. U. ;| West Hyde Park, J. II. Mitchell; O. tage. H. C. McDaniel. WHEN .'<1 for the family the out-
Captain Niles was one of the organizers E. Rice Jr., as barone; Tampa 1 I I suggested here might be triedIt FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.
of Will Robinson Post, G. A. Heights and Palmetto Beach, J. C. Mayhap the looting of a bank in is both appetizing and nourishing.Corn .
R., and served the post as commanderfor
Jenkins and to be
supplied; Gary and Uread.-Take three beaten
Mexico soldiers was to get eggs
a number of terms. lIe was also Oak Park, F. Pitton; Tampa, Port City by light two milk ; cupfuls sour three tablespooufuls
adjutant of the post for several Tampa, F. B. Landlord; Tampa, Selva the price of somebody's getaway.
terms. He was also member of the : melted butter or lard_
avenue and Oak Grove, S. A. Wilson
Loyal Legion. lie participated act- three tablespoonfuls sugar one small COMPARE
'-p lit preachers' relief fund, B. K.
difference in the shell
ively in community affairs for twen- Thrower Sunday school field a big teaspoonful salt, one teaspoonful soda
; agent 1 1
t ty-three years being a member of the \. II. Cole; Florida Latin district, J. i II game as played in the war zone and Mix well with cornmeal! to make a thin
Central school board of education. He D. Lewis, presiding: elder; San Mateo I by our tinhorn gamblers.Who batter. Hake in shallow pan for half I I
was also justice of the peace and (West Tampa), Manuod Dominguez an hour in nut oven. ;

notary public Two Sisters for many Survive years. and Ernesto Estevez, Jr., preacher; is your painter and decorator? A Simple Salad. provide the quality of furniture that has I long r
San Marcos (Ybor City), D. Carrera; the been knowing furniture buyers as the
Captain Niles is survived by two San Lucas Palmetto Beach If you are satisfied keep one you Cabbage Salad.-Chop one-half medium I accepted by
sisters, Sarah S. Jewett of Sioux irueras; San(Juan (Roberts City), J.),Fi-J. have; if not, phone W. T. Entrican sized cabbage quite tine. Let it standard of merit. If an article is here it is good.It .

Falls, S. D., and Anna II. Hartshorn, Rodriguez, supply; San Paula Italian No. 636. 1-20-tf stand In Joe water one hour adding; a woul n't'be here were it otherwise. We can't make

of Peabody Kas. (Ybor City), Thomrios and G. Perez; tablesiuouflll of salt. Boat two tj:;: I this point too clear-it is one of the foundation stones
An Honorable Career San Lucia (East Tampa), A. Reina Don't overlook the little] want ads. In a b..u'I. add to them one cupful <."I, of this business, and that means much to any buyer.
Than Captain John W. Niles Ster- and Jose Lopez Greno; San Giovanni in The Sentinel. vinegar three tablespoonfuls[ ] of buttfi j I -1 j

-- a little pepi-r and one tablespoonful 01 ,I

boiling mustard.water Put and the stir bowl constantly in a pan, untilit ot I McNHLL & DAVIS BLOCK, :

begins to thicken. Remove from the Cor. Orange Axe. and Church St.. Orlando Fla.
tire and add two teaspoonfuls of sugar. 1
Must Little Homeless Children Drain cabbage and pour the hot dressing L J

over It. This should be eaten cold -.e:
Cooked With Vegetables. 1

Suffer in Florida? frying Calf's pan Liver and en In Casserole.-Take it slowly fry out a

four or five slices of fat salt pork until 1

tbe pork is crisp and brown. Add to

the hot fat one dozen balls cut out of

potatoes, oue dozen balls carrots one

WE DO NOT BELIEVE that the good people of Florira nzVuv}i il] st stalk celery, diced; six finely sliced on 1
ions. Cook very slowly for ten minutes
there are right now in our State HUNDREDS of LITTLE CHILDREN in by which time they should be a ;

REAL NEED-some absolutely 1I0l\IELESf-that just MUST le cared I is r. delicate brown. Place in the casserole. I
Wash and cut a calfs liver in Slices.

t WE FEEL SURE that they do not know that there are hundreds of lay on top of the vegetables, sprinklesalt _
1 and
all add
pepper over a pint BUYERS TO SHARE IN PROFITS
WORTHY MOTHERS in Florida who are just STRUGGLING to keep their of boiling water and one tablespoonful
of kitchen bouquet. Cover and cook in LOWER PRICES ON FORD CARS
little ones ALIVE and at home I .
a moderate oven about an hour and I
Effective from August 1, 1914 to August
erve. The cover of the casserole
WE JUST CANNOT BELIEVE, that with THESE FAC1S TRUE--- should not be removed after the vegetables -I 1,1915 and guaranteed against any reduc-

are put in until the dish is ready' tiun during that time:
and in Florida CROWDED the doors tliat the
every orphanage to --- people to serve, l let the flavor be lost. :

Florida will) let our great work which has cared for 850 of these little eras 1 HIS A Delicious Dessert. Touring Car $555.00Runabout

YEAR alone--go down for lack of funds to keep it up. YOUR IMMEDIATE Jelly Omelet.-Take five eggs; one tablespoonful 505.00 -
of butter one-third cupful :
HELP is greatly needed Please send what F. O. B. Orlando. All cars: felly eql ppe4.
right now. you can today of milk one glass of soft jelly one i

to R. V. COVINGTON, Treasurer of level teaspoonful! of salt] Separate briber, we will be able to obtain the mailiaam effirten
f' ,!:S. heat whites stiff beat yolks thick I in our factory production, and the minima test in 4O.r ..
fold in whites lightly. Put butter in parchanng and saI departments if we rack .. ntjtmt 40f

I mix fryln milk pan and in salt the stove.into the When egg J mix-hot I j| 3 And.0..00 mould ear we between reach the thia above production.datea. we agree to. pay.....a
ahare from S4* to S(0 per ear fen r t
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j Cover and cook slowly until omelet Is i i ii i Ford car between August I, 1M4 and A.pat 1. 115.
i well puffed and browned. Hake onp For farther particular retarding the.e low prices and profit-

minute in a but oven to try top. :Spread sharing plan- H'!

FLORIDA'S GREATEST CHARITY Jelly orer one half. fold turn on hot .
platter and serve immediately. F. G. RUSH,

361 St. James Building. Jacksonville Fla.' / (/ A I Phone 226

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of war would cease, and peace be re- appreciated. 'I I after the holiday season Wednesdayor Making a dust bag of your lungs Up t... date pauung papering, etc., '

WAR MATERIAL RUSSIA stored. In fact, had the world been Ground has been broken for a cottage Thursday of this week. The other throws the first shovelful of dirt on is the kind :you want. Where to get (I

imbued with your principles and for Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Dorn-.of;:houses are still packing, also. your own grave.A it? That's easy, phone 636. W. T.'r i

teachings, there would have been no Cleveland, who will arrive about the Entrican. 1-20-tf
day in the open air saves weeksin I
Cargo, Obtained in Pennsylvania war." first of the year. WIRELESS TIPS II I
Leaves Victoria for Hon. James Woodward, mayorof Mrs. J. F. Thompson, Mrs. W. S. the hospital. I
Atlanta, said in part: "It does Brown, and Miss Lizzie Palmer When you open the windows :you Don't wait for every one in town to I II
spent Adam blamed it on an Apple. But
Russia in Specially not matter whether all people agree close the door to consumption.Your have Entrican, the painter, before
Braced with you or not. All sensible men Monday in Orlando.Mr. nowadays it is a Peach that usually can't be washedbutthey you try. Am too tmsy to look you
Ship will agree upon one thing, that your Fishback, of Orlando, was here starts all the trouble.-Cincinnati lungs up. Phone 636, and I will be on the
ideals and purposes are for the upliftof Monday working on the electric light Enquirer. can be aired. job. 1-20-tf
Victoria, B. C.,* Dec. 14.-Caryring the human family, and who have a plant for Rossmore Inn. .
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these great questions than the women is all right to dream of the .
loads of arms and munitions of
and mothers?" great things you are going to do, butdon't ;
war, including five great guns, the John M. Slaton
His Excellency
Winter Park forget to wake up in time to begin The Z arl et
steamship Novgorod of the Russian said, among many other splendid ._
volunteer fleet, Capt. L. E. Kostro- things: "I have served long in legis- work. j I
lative halls, and I have come to the I -0- I OF CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY
steamed bound for
mitinov, today News ItemsWinter
conclusion that in order to exercisethe The inventor of tailor made
Vladivostok, Siberia. greatest influence in this world, gar-I OPPOSITE POST OFFIGE
ments for women tried his
The implements of war will be sent the one who puts in the most endur- FRESH AND SALT MEATS
ing form the for which she is prove that figures do lie. I
over the trans-Siberian railroad to purpose Park, Fla., Dec. 1G.The conditions.
under the best sanitary
created is the mother who controls -0-- I Kept
the Czar's army in the field. and guides childhood in its earliest Y. W. C. A. of Rollins College gave The school of experience is open ; Everything screened= away from the flies and kept fresh
The big weapons, with their car- When I think of the aspira-
their annual bazaar at Lyman gym hours .
daily.GREATEST I II and
riages, weighed 105 tons each, and it tions of you ladies, when I recognizethat I II pure.
small matter to load the ship- your purpose is to ennoble life, nasium Monday afternoon. The pro- I I I I We invite inspection and guarantee satl fadlo1. We ha'.e
was no
to make it happier, with no reward ceeds of this and other bazaars and WEALTH IS HEALTH :' everything in the Meat Line.
ments. On account of the great
except the consecration of service, I
weight of the guns it was found nec- realize that it is impossible for the entertainments go to support a Cu- : --- EC. jVJ. Self & Co.
essary to brace the masts of the Nov- governor of any state to do other ban girl in the West Tampa Congre- i; One death in every seven in some j
than welcome you, the representativesof gational mission school, which the is caused consumption. ':

gorod with timbers measuring twelve states by PHONE NO. SO PINE STREET
such a cause. Association of Rollins has done for ,
inches in diameter. With the use of a 1 Let the blessed sunshine in )"our ".
these supports special gear was of Don't forget the meeting at Methodist number of years. ; home. I'I I

sufficient strength to handle the war church parlor, Friday afternoon. )I On account of the heavy rainfall
The plans for Christmas dinner and I I Sunday night all services at the dif-i
munitions.The baskets will be completed. Mrs. J. L'. I Ii -
ferent were given
shipments reached Vancouverover Magruder will have charge of the up.
j There will be a meeting of the I
the Canadian Pacific railway program.
system, supposedly from the plant ofa 1 missionary societies at Hooker House I WHY EXPERIMENT? '
steel company in Pennsylvania. WINDERMERE !Thursday afternoon of this week.
I The mothers' department of the \V.I .

Windermere, Fla., Dec. .-E. E. C. T. U. met with Mrs. Coffin Tuesday -
\V. C. T. U. NOTES
Palmer made a business trip to Kis- I 1 afternoon.
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An important role in the carryingon simmee Thursday and purchased a j Mr. John Harris has resigned his A Box of REAL Good Cigars is What Every Man Wants.

the the campaign for nation-wide fine Mullins canoe for use on Lake I position as superintendent of the
We Have Packed in Attractive Christmas
prohibition is that to be taken by the Butler.L. water works and electric light plant

little folks. They are in many places W. Chamberlin. S. Brown, jof the town. The position is a very Boxes Our Famous Brands. ,
being organized as "Young Campaigners Mrs.\ II. C. Luff, and Mr. and Mrs. J. j I difficult one for any one man to fill. f

for National Constitutional I'I C. Palmer spent Tuesday in Orlando.Mr. !j There will be a concert in Knowles

Prohibition"-the movement a broadening and Mrs. E. F. Nofziger and j Hall Friday evening for the benefit of
f out of the inaugurated by
I Miss Anna A. Gordon, and which daughters, Blanche and Thelma, of i the Y. W. C. A. of the college. "Tt7CCIECT: V Er'I

f proved such a strength in the Maine Archbald, Ohio, and Mr. Harvey Kel- Preparations are being made for I
campaign in 1911. In their paradesthe ler, Wauseon, Ohio, are here for 'I observance of Christmas at the )
children wear specially designed the winter and will occupy the Keller I churches and every boy and girl is
campaign regalia, with cap, badge I
and pennant. Their slogan is, "The house. promptly on hand with or for "the IEiW -C7TI
t. liquor traffic must go." And their Dr. J. II. Bosse, of Orlando, is quite I goods." j
rally cry, "Who wants this country busy making dates with Windermere The faculty recital at Knowles Hall i
dry? I! I! I! Who to make it so I
people, as the cold snap or too much last Friday evening was largely attended -
I In section
will try? I! I every
i of the country boys and girls are acid fruit is causing some trouble- and each number was enthusiastically No Experiment When You Buy These Brands; Which are
signing for the muster roll and mobil- some teeth. received. It was a good

izing for the. final battle with the Miss Grace Whittenberg, of Gotha, I program, well rendered. On Sale at Your Dealers at The Regular Retail '
power.A visited here Saturday.Dr. I Judge Wallace and wife, of Albany,
speaker at the national conven-
tion was Judge John C. Hart, who A. II. Stafford has placed a : N. Y., Mr. and Mrs. Garrison, of Prices-No Advance For the Christmas

said, in part: "I am aware of the : launch on Lake Down. Cortland, N. y"Ir.. Copeland, of
fact that I am addressing this even- I Mr. and Mrs. II. T. Brigham, Mrs. I Brooklyn N. Y., with many others, Packages. Ask the Man Who Smokes.
ing the most potent moral force of
organized womanhood in the world.f G. Gifford, Miss Gladys Gifford, and }are here for the winter. It begins to

the principles for which you stand, I Mr. Arthur Haggerty were Christmas I look like olden times to see the autos CURRY & SMITH CIGAR COMPANY

the virtues you teach and practice, I shoppers in Orlando Thursday.Mr. running about, with the services and

: could the good by some will and miraculous love of power humanity en-, Chas. H. Baker, agricultural entertainments so well attended. Manufacturers: of "THE SMOKE OF SATISFACTION"

compass the world at this time, I adviser, made a business call on J. C. i The Exchange packing house is
though war, instantly the cannons Palmer Thursday which was greatly running but will close down until
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;j : Has left a great supply of things to fill the Boys and Girls stockings---pay Him a visit this t.

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

: ;i Dolls of all kinds at a price that will suit your pocket book. i a

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? Hobby Horses __________$1.30 to $10.00 Campbell Kids _____________23c to $1.00 Toy Tea _______________.)c. to $3.23 Toy Pianos -----____________Jc. to $6.00

; ; Velocipedes ______________$3.00: to $6.00 Negro Dolls ______________GOc. to $2.23; Toy Table and Chair ___v__________$1.25; Dump Carts ______________25c. and 50c.

J Doll Carts ________________23c. to $;).00 Tango Kid Dolls _________________$1.00 Childs Table and Chair ___$3.50 to $6.00 Teddy Bears, Hogs, Horses, Drums, Guns,

Childs WickerRocking Chair $2 Jointed and Kid Dolls -__-___23c to $3.30 Doll Beds ---_-_- and all Kinds of '

Ii Uudressed Dolls _____ Dressed Dolls. lOc. to $13.00 Childs Kitchen == .
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Ladies Neckwear. Scarfs, Hosiery. Handkerchiefs, Handbags, Wear Ever Aluminum Cooking Utensils, Make a Useful and

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 51.50 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.LLOCH' .

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Every woman in Orlando and vicinity is offered an opportunity never before equaled. To save ;1

ONE HALF on the purchase of a new suit. And the real winter is yet to come. Think how J

"r deeply this offering concerns you. Every Garment is spich-span new; of the best materials, in y, j

the latest midwinter styles. We've got a suit to suit every taste- to fit every figure and these ;

prices are lower than you've ever been quoted.'s'
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Ladies Coat Suits I I RO F GARllENTHEATRE I Ladies One and Lot Childrens of I ;

Half Price I I Coats at Half Price I i ii

$10.00 COAT SUITS AT ______$ 5.00 $2.50 COATS AT ------------$ 1.25 r ;
$12.50 COAT SUIT AT $ 6.25 $3.00 COATS AT $ 1.50 a;
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:1 J $15.00 COAT SUITS AT $ 7.50 $1.00 COATS AT $ 2.00 ""
Owing to the condition of the .i J
$18.00 COAT SUITS AT $ 9.00 weather Theater $5.00 COATS AT $ 2.50
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will discontinue the Picture Showsat J
$20.00 COAT SUITS AT $10.00 $10.00 COATS AT $ 5.00 i iF
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$25.00 COAT SUITS AT------$12.50 $12.50 COATS AT $ 6.25 :
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: $30.00 COAT SUITS AT ---15.00 $15.00 COATS AT* Q 7.50
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N $50.00 COAT SUITS AT ------$25.00 $30.00 COATS AT $15.00 '
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______$30.00 Admission Free until 6.30 p.m.
$60.00 COAT SUITS AT $35.00; COATS AT -----------$17.50
Admission, Nights, Children, 5c., Adults, lOc 11 11V
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: CHIFFON BROAD CLOTH, 54 in. wide Ladies' SkirtsHALF LAMBS WOOL CLOAKING, 54 inches !1
$1.75 and $2.00 quality -------------$ 1.10 wide, $3.00 quality at $ 2.25'x' _
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GABARDINE,48 in.wide in green, blue, AT I
navy and black, $1.50 quality --------$ 1.00 BEAVER CLOAKING, r<6 inches wide, j
CREAM SERGE, 54 in. wide, $1.50 quality $2.00 Quality $ 1.39 YL
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quality at 89cCREA $ 5.00 Skirts at $ 2.50 DINE, $1.00 and$1.25 quality ________ 85C
., I SERGE, 38 inches wide, 75c. $ 6.00 Skirts at $ 3.00 CAMELS HAIR PLAIDS, 54 inches wide, ;
quality at --------------------- 48c
$2.00 quality __________$ 1.39 ". 1
WOOL TAFETA, 42 inches wide. So cent $ 7.50 Skirts at $ 3.75 7
quality -------------------- .------ 69c IMPORTED WOOL CHALLIES,beautiful '
'' WOOL CREPES, 36 inches wide 75 cent $ 8.00 Skirts at $ 4.00 i line of designs to choose
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EXTRA SPECIAL $ 10.00 Skirts at $ 5.00
. \ Tweedmouth Plaids, beautiful .. $ 12.00 Skirts at $6.00 One lot wool dress? goods j

.... l colorings, 30c at quality 19c $ 15.00 Skirts at $ 7.50 worth $1.00 and $1.25 at 48c t';;

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G. U. G.'S ARE GIVERS OF USE i I King Peter Enters Belgrade at !j

I! FUL GIFTS. I j Head of Victorious Army I|

The most useful, encouraging, help I II -Germans Said to j

I ful gift for Christmas is a State Bank I II Be Repulsed I 3UJIGLAR3

Saving Account. Opened before the 25th I Amsterdam, via London, Dec. 16. ,,

I and presented on Christmas morning, it I Ii A dispatch from Constantinople to i j anti Sneak Thieves Hold Scare 'x 9
the Telegraaf says the tribes in j no
cannot but be appreciated to the fullest. I II
i northern Albania have declared war I
tor those v/ho keep their valua-
I A Four per Cent Account leads to almost on Servia.

t limitless opportunities in the life of I bles in our vault.
Belgrade Re-entered
any young person.INTEREST London, Dec. 16.-King Peter and | Safe Deposit Soxes>

Crown Princce Alexander and Prince
1 George have entered Belgrade at the f:, $1 per year and up. :

n head of the victorious Servian army, -" .. ..
according to a Reuter dispatch today '
Not a single Austrian, a statement | .. .
by the Servian general staff says, now ."-' ,- ..'. ,-
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remains on Servian soil. .' ;.. -. .-....:: .
Robert Stevenson, of Orlando, departed -

LOCAL AND PERSONALMr. yesterday for Decherd, Tenn., Germans Repulsed I -.).... .:':;.:: .':';:.:_' '- .(:
where he has been called on imperative Petrograd, Dec. 16.-The Army -,.

and Mrs. A. Quallins left yes- and pressing business. He will Messenger publishes a series of com-

terday for Cincinnati.Mr. return in two weeks. munications from the front as follows -I ,. ., \ .

W. E. Entrican, of Narcoossee, Mr. and Mrs. Amasa Finch and "On: the front of Lowicz and How .

was among the out of town folks in I daughter, Mary, arrived Tuesday i voilent German attacks have had no I D ; ID& DH
Orlando yesterday. from Waverly, N. Y., and have rooms success. Our troops have repulsed j, ; J'
with Mr. O. H. Schneider at his pleas- the Germans, causing them to suffer i,
Donald Cheney left last evening for ant cottage, "Maryland Villa," on great losses. ..

Ocala, where he will spend today at- Lake Jennie Jewel. "South of Cracow the enemy at- '- .:.. ,_..... .'< .. .
tending to urgent business matters. tempted between the 12th and the ; -' ,
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Tanner and 114th 1 of December to oppose our offensive '_
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Before having pictures see "life family, of Mississippi, who have been !', by strengthening its positions. -
motion pictures" at Evans', 100 North spending several days in this section, On the 15th the enemy debouched in I II

Main. 11-25-tf \left yesterday afternoon for Wauchula. I large numbers from the pass of

They are very much pleased with i la and attempted to descend DUk-1 Practical Xmas
Mrs. B. F. Fuller, of Savannah Suggestions
this section and have purchased property i slopes on hte north side of the i
Ga., is visiting her parents, :Mr. and '
here which they will return and thians. Our troops after a strong .
Mrs.street.T. H. Fuller, 307 East Pine I improve. :resistance repulsed the enemy." '.I I -- -

i! Just a little sunshine, just a lot of :i
Mr. S. J. T. Seegar, one of the representative -
\ rain; comfort and discomfort, but :, Manicure Sets Toilet Sets
citizens of Ocoee, was in
prosperity is here just the same. i Combs BrushesMilitary
Orlando, accompanied by his grandson I
Mr. Oscar Upson. l FOR SALE i i Mirrors Sets
,: Mr. J. F. Dorst, of Colorado Stationery Safety Razors '
Foster Springs, was among the arrivals in I Perfume Eastman Kodaks .-
Mr. C. E. of Kansas Cnty, '
Orlando: )'e:>t rday. lie is very much Vanity BoxesWaterman's Travelers Cases
Kas. arrived in the
city yesterday I
I I' impressed with this section and will Fountain Pens Cigars
and will spend several days in this
invest in Orlando realty before he returns Infant SetsHuylers Pipes.
section, prospecting.
? 2300 acres of unimproved to his Western home. Page & Shaw Candies Card Cases

Mr. Wra. Dewar, of Brownaville, pine land fine Face Bags Toilet Water
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Galey and
Pa., has joined his family who are truck and fruit land, big
daughter, Miss Anna, of Beaver, Pa., No War Prices on ANY of Our GoodsMcElroy's
living at Virgilina Grove, with Mr.J.
portion of it has clay and Miss Lucy Todd, of Brownsville,
W. Pace, at Pine lake.
and marl sub'soil. Siu- Pa, are among the winter residentsnow
enjoying life in the City Beauti-
Mrs. H. Rhode, of Jersey City, N. uate on County road ful. I

J., and Mrs. B. B. Smith, of Bayonne, within seven miles of
N. J., are located at "Florala," with
Orlando. Mr and Mrs. J. N. Bennett, of Indianapolis -
Mrs. J. II. Fuller, at 307 East Pine PharmacyAgents
Ind., are among the winter I Il
street. I $4.40 an acre will buy visitors who have come from the J

Hoosier State to spend the season.
this and the
Mr. Frank Sharpe, of Wanita, propo
They are pleasantly located Washington
I on -
Okla., who has been spending sev- sition is a '"cinch" as a Phone 20liMIIIIMMIIIIIMMM
eral days in this section looking after'' ,, street-
I small investment. This l
property interests, left yesterday afternoon : _
I for his home in the West. price is for quick sale. Nat 1... Rojster, of Tampa, mana-
: ger of the Pearl Feature Film company -

I ,, If you want this land has been in Orlando for several i t . ., . . .... ..... .. .. ,'
f New Ford purchasers are Mr. Mills, call on i| days in the interest of his company. '
l Mr. Irvin, Orlando; Mrs. Stewart, I: '; Mr. Royster is booking real "reel"I :f"

f proprietress of the Maitland Inn, I j features in Orlando and its environs. :
I Maitland; Mr. Jackson, living on the \ The company buys, rents and sells t
Apopka road, and Mr. Gilbert, of r
l I features of all kinds.
Maitland.Mr. ..y,= .1RlEY-
S. G. Dolive & SonREAL Dav oson I Iy
< Mr. \V. E. Stevenson has so far re I .
and Mrs. James A. Treat and covered from his broken limb as to .

! daughter, Anna, and Mr. M. Mac- : : ESTATE j be taken to his home on DeLaney
Knight have arrived from Binghamton -' I street. Mr. F. N. Boardman kindly

t N. Y., in their Stanley steam No. 3 WEST PINE STREET took him home in his auto. Mr. and i

t touring car, and will occupy one of Mrs. Stevenson wish to thank their tt
Second Floor Cr"3 t H
the new attractive log bungalows on ; many friends for their many kind inquiries : a O. o 1 Y
y Lake Jennie Jewel for the season. i and other attentions given I : 1.r r
him during his seven weeks confine- i --

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t Are your hens laying 1 If not, why not 1 Mr. R. J. 'Stevenson left yesterday I I
on the 1:40 train for Huntland, Tenn., It -
t Try Aunt Patsy's Poultry Food. Guaranteed where he is to wed Miss Sarah Myrtle I

Everything in the Chicken line. Mason, of that place. Miss Masonwas I; 1 1915 HARLEY-DAVIDSON Horsepower 3-Speed Sliding Gear Transmission Automatic ,
of the
one high school teachers +
| and 66 Refinements $275.00.
in Orlando last year and has many Mechanical Oil Pump. Step-Starter

Wright Seed CompanyPhone friends who will be glad to welcome!
129 Orange Avenue
her return to Orlando. The weddingis W. WHITNEY WRIGHT Orlando. Fla.

179 206 So. Orange A>e. to take place Monday, December ,

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Our floors are overflowing with most lasting and appropriate Christmas Gifts fcr mother, wife, sister or daughter, father, I

husband, brother and son. : t

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

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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