Title: The morning sentinel
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079945/00577
 Material Information
Title: The morning sentinel
Uniform Title: Morning Sentinel
Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 6 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando, Fla.
Orlando Fla
Publication Date: December 3, 1915
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079945
Volume ID: VID00577
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 by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 34297093
alephbibnum - 002075052
lccn - sn 96027193
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Other version: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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Losses of Jlritteh In Four Days I


More Than 5,000, HV. ASS'N GOING TO i CO. WILL GIVE 50 PER


+ + + + + + + + + + + + $125,000 IN PURSES Leave Orlando at 8 A. M. BEEN LOADEDVITII About 150 Lots in Choice Section

: POSTED SOON Wednesday, Dec. 8-Give WAR SUPPLIES of Orlando May Prove MANUFACTURERS FROM

+ Name to Committeein Big Christmas Gift EUROPEAN RIVALRY

*+ dispatch London,to Dec.the 2.-An Times Athens states FOUR FIGHTS HAVE BEEN PUNNED Charge REMNANTS OF CLOCKWORK BOMB for ChurchA 11 CHECK UNFAIR

+ that Monsstir has fallen into the + Messrs. W. II. Robertson Charles I method has been advanced COMPETITION
+ hands of the invaders. Rock and W. II. Brokaw by
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + Fights Scheduled for 45 Rounds yesterday securing names were of members busy : Fire Started by Explosion!! in the Orange County Investment company Democrats Hope to Eliminate

-Willard Will Fight the of the Central Florida Highway Express Car of Chicago, of which II. Carl Dann is vice-
Dangers of Flood of
VELES EVACUATED-GERMANS Rest Man That Can Association who will go to the next Milwaukee & president whereby the Baptist church Cheap
St. Paul
MARCH NORTHWARD lie SecuredNew quarterly meeting at Gainesville December will receive several hundred! and perhaps Labor Products Following
London Dec.) 2_The London Times 8. A large number signified Train thousands of dollars for Christ War
has received from its correspondent their intention of making the trip.It .
York Dec. 2.-A pugilistic mas which will help that -
at Sslonikl a dispatch which says is planned! that the caravan of Cedar Rapids, Iowa 4)ec. 2.-A Washington J Dec.) 2.-Penalties will
that the Aua'ro-flcrmsn have evac carnival, the greatest ever held' in the good road boosters will leave Orlando Wells Fargo Kxpreim: car, reported to in removing the debt coincident J be Impound on cheap goods from Europe : -
uatf'd.1.... and are marching north world is to be arranged for next Wednesday morning, December have been partially loaded with war with the building and equipment of after the close of the war UN a
ward. week. The scene of this 'fistic epoch 8, at H o'clock Oncrolii. county nndKlftHlmmco supplies was set fire by an explosion their new imposing edifice. means of protecting American" industries -

will bo Buenos Ayres, and the time! good road enthuoljut while In tho Chicago Milwaukee & The above named Investment company : from Huropcan; competition, It
Ilrrlln (wireless to Hiyvlllf), !)cc. In the ..prln The amount of purses will,. arrive nt Orlando about 8 o'clock Ht. Paul! train of which it was n part, owns a fine tract of land in the plans of the Democratic) leaders are
2.-The defeat of the HrllUh troop, will be $125,000, and this amount will bringing with them many from Lakeland !. running near Marion, Iowa, shout northeast part of Orlando. In this carried out. *

who were advancing on Hugdud ha* be posted in u New York bank within and points south noon today tract there are about 150 lots which "It will be made plain under a new
developed Into a rout according 'o the next ten days. From Orlando the motorists' will The railroad special agent investigating average $125 each ranging in price name," said an administration'! official
an official report received tonight by About $75,000 will be spent in advertising jaunt over the Dixie highway through the cane said that in the from $100 to $160. Mr. Dann made today.
the Turkish general headquarters.The Apopka being there ruins of the car the remnants of a
joined by others.
the Legislation
and travelling expenses. It I proposition'! that every lot sold imposing penalties will
Hi-Utah forced are utterly demoralized is planned to hold four championship By the time the procession reaches 'clockwork bomb were found. the company would give CO per cent. be known as the "anti-dumnin bill.
and Mattering in every die matches at the carnival. The battles Gainesville there should be 100 cars I' to the Uaptist church. It will be drafted along the line of
! .. pursued by the Turks.Brush to be staged, according to the plans, in line. I THREE DESPERADOES AT BAY This week Mr. M. O. Overstreet Australian laws directed against importations
losses for four days fighting are as follows: appeared before the advisory board menacing domestic manu
are estimated to be over 5,000 Willard, heavyweight champion, STETSON. ORLANDO RIFLES; I IG.UIE Rhinelander, Wis., Dec. 2.-Three and soliciting committee of the Hap- facturers.It .
men. with the best white man that can be WILL BE CALLED AT ',desperadoes barricaded in an abandoned tist church and presented the propo- is known that the bill will virtually -
secured. 8 O'CLOCK TONIGHT I shack in the heart of a dense sition, which was accepted with provide for a protective taritf
Britain Requisitions the Hocking Mike Gibbons versus Les Darcy, :swamp near Gages, are holding off thanks. The church committees on goods from European countries,
Washington' Dec. 2.The British' the Australian! for the middle weight The Rifles Mere confident last night ;|I assaulting: parties composed' of scores pledged their moral support and in which, if permitted to enter this coun-
government has requisitioned the title.Welsh that before the final whistle blows i c of militiamen, officers and armed cit- fluence. While the sale of these lots try without duty, would demoralize
American steamer Hocking, Consul- versus White, for the light Stetson will know that they have i i izens tonight. will not be handled by Mr.\ Overstreet, certain markets for manufacturers.This .
General Young at Halifax notified weight title.Johnny been in a basket ball game. The I yet all money will be paid to him, legislation is sought on the
the state department this evening. Ertle Evers versus Kid boys are all in good condition and I CANDIDATES)} INITIATED and then by him into the church theory that steps can be taken to
Young's first message stated that Williams, for the bantam weight title. they are going in to fight. They will treasury. Many prominent Orlando "check unfair competition."
he is "reliably informed" that such The fights will be scheduled for 43; start with the following line-up: For- Olhet Commander)', Knights Templar people own lots in this section and The expected bill will be introducednext
action has taken place, and followedit rounds. Baron Nicholas Mihanovich, wards, Hank Porter and Ray Chap- I initiated several candidates )'es- others will no doubt buy some of month.
a few minutes later with the announcement a New York city representative of man; (center Salisbury guards, DeLaney terday: from Kissimmee and Sanford, these choice holdings in the near fu-
that the vessel had been South American capitalists, will Way and R. W. Hyer. Later in it the ceremonies occupying most of the ture.Mrs. Predict Clarke as Senate PresidentPro
seized. Young's messages containedthe finance the proposition.Tom the game Ray Martin will be put in afternoon and evening, terminating in I Harvey Allen, a recent addition Tern
first official knowledge the department Jones and Jack Curley, who as forward and Frank Roardman and |It, banquet at which forty-five Knightswere to Mr Darin's sales stall will act Washington, Dec. Managers of
had that the vessel had ,managed. the Willard-Johnson battle, Carl( Rodenbaugh as guards I present.' .1 as ealse' manager for the lots, and the campaign for Clarke of Arkansas
|, been seized although this had been nine peen appointed American repreeentathes -> under her management there Is little for re-election as president pro tern,
reported and Immediately will start I doubt but a considerable amount of of the senate declare tonight that he
-.....- to the Brief Paragraphs Tell The will find Mill win 1'omerene
pigs up fighters desired. Busy money itself helping out on over + of Ohio, at
Run,*!* li Warned Not to (t.fn- the church indebtedness! Others con the election tomorrow by at least four
HouttifttilaIlerlin \V Mt! |lu righthllP Man What The World Is Doing heeled with the Orange/ County Investment vote, t Mix senators will be! absent!!

Ih') (', 2.="Itusslui! reports New York, De) !. 2 a=An agreement/ company beside/ Mfi Itann) front the tenference' ClfUke'N friend
concerning the. concent ration of ltu: was feigned today, that Welsh", will are Dr. Albert J. Taylor, president! claim that the vote! will be! :27 to dtl:::!
..lan troops near the lloumanlan fron* meet White .in a (bout of twenty' or JI""IIlt'toll" N. J., veteran' of (thU. .. rn, N. J,, ties) a "boom and and I (Ueoi; T Uarr, oeeretary amitreasurer. In his favor
tier have been I touch exaggerated," inure\ round; for the lightweight (J, A, I It{, reftiM' tu revoirnUe w civil :;uQ dwelling house are being built. ( : The caucus J eeMton today was devoted >
declares the Overseas News Apency championbhip of the world Bid. for war memorial to be erected there; because --- --- - almost, entirely l to (the consul.
"Ths number of troops ast ml.M (!be tight will open December) 1U, and the location! Js nut to their liking Billy Sunday' has accepted the Jnvitatlun = nIlSSISt.n'lc.cuu' : : ) K\(. eration of the proposed cloture rule
(there I'II very much smaller than has the 1' Ul'i11 }be stared within the to conduct a revival campaign KMl'KUOU: ) IIKTKOIHED( }but 'no decision was reached!
been, stated.! They are, moreover, l succeeding! / weeks, in New York city The date It in rpnnrtcul! that nn effort will le
nearly all recruits out for practice' Baxter Curtis and Eugenia i'ay- has not been set Shanghai, China-Several Chinese made to bind! Democrats to vote for
only Willard to l Defend>> Title son, recently married in Rockland, newspapers report that the exemperor cloture.
Danube fluted to Russia New Orleans, Dec. 2.-Formal an- Me., were engaged 40 years ago, '1uar-1 I President Wilson gave a dinner at I of China has been officially betrothed -
In the connection, relled and nursed! their to a daughter of President ORDKR: ISSUED
same a Budapest nouncement that Jess Willard will anger a I I the White House Tuesday night in I II BY JUDGE
di pateh today says: that reports received meet Fred Fulton, at Rochester, few weeks ago. I I honor of the Princeton class of '10, of I Yuan-Shi-Kai. PKRKI.NS
there from Bucharent hay the Minn., for a 20 round bout here I j: which he was a member. For the !'u-Yi- ex-emperor of China, will
Roumanian government has forbidden March :3 for the heavy weight: thani- Henry ford has denied that he had' evening the president. was again: be nine years old next February. Jaa. W. Perkins, judge of the ev-
tho use of the Danube to a Russian : I' pioiifchip of the world was made tonight cabled/ Pope Benedict on world' peace, "Tonnn)'," the name 1 by which all hits : Yuan managed to depose him nbout/ enth judicial circuit, at Kissimnu-e,
expedition for the purpose of invading 'by promoter of the match but said that Louis. I' I.ochner or clas,+mates know him three years ago and now Yuan, having December 1, in an alternative writ of
Bulgaria.A I \\ lla/.I is umtiunteeJ !15!:::rJ.f.OOVIM, I'.inlin Gibbons; might have used his i i I..-..," pi..evident! of the Republicof : mandamus ordered * * that the

note has: been gent to Russia: : it I Iti-it 01 iliuvv. 1'ultun'b share was not name in this connection, Mrs. Joseph Mrtjunide. of Tr.N. ..\ China in tlie Intel'in), H ab'out toretnre respondent J. F. McKinrvon, as IIQ.rintt'ndt'nt -
'U sold, snout ing that the D.uiulm lots .tuU-J!. Y., back from war boxpitul wuil the monarchy and become emperor I of pul.lic" instruction in
been wineil, uitil that Rounianlu: 1 Ii I -- premier I'whitt'h! and other members in France. says; "The trenches l are himself.ALTAMON1E. and for Omnj county, FIorJ4.i, inrmediately >
prt'I'un'I'tu' tlefviul 1 her neutrality, if of the .Seilijun- government are partially filled, ] with water, whub in : and forthwith endorse the
Iwr iliury. UA I URG.AMfRiGAN G liNE nt :brutal; lla, northern ...Mbuntahirh thin knee deep filth the sollier..tand It-mlmi's certificate issued| the re-
With the announcement by the war lute become the S ll.l i.m capital, theMontenegrin fur tidy When they nre taken out (HOTEL WILL later (111', H, roUmarit\ by the" county

|oifU-e today of the fall of ""'u IIII, WHr office| f-ifidally anIliyhl snit I Ii Vtfrriiitfcn.cnt| of 'public .JitMrurtloii.
the ancient capital' of the Heiblan, FOUND GUilTY IlIIiIlW"Ii exhau| .tion She Mn from their', fret of llilUlHiioiib'li, county, under date fit
P.mplie: tin, last t considerable\ place In come.' \ olf with I their ..lioei. "," OPEN[ DECEMBER[ [ [ 10 June: I P.::, 'Tall I or how caws I if any
Heihla( proper' 1 Is 'lit HIP ,hand. of her" : tlioii",,", .'litl..tlllus. tl"tJ.-. II lie l hllll< on or before' the :IKml I day of
New Yoiki' P"I't:, Tint' 1I1t1ll1'lIr.r. the\ onpr| December) A, D, KM.
fciteiule+ *. \ of a shrine rhl"--ftlfS IIIIW Alllioutth' the imliue of lie why "he 'has
Havn for the narmw "corner' of ,\III..th'IUI--.. .1.llIti..... .It.11.1.... .f..r..... lOr... 0..... .h"'11'r.riota '." .lit lltrt. ,rev., It- _N"w11.. .. . n... '1'1,01". "YI u.o.......... of ::ti hue Jane \.IoIlIltl.| t 'head(, of lltne Hull*'* I ,,,\"Mr"''tlIlIt', and'... were Mm, nmoflir(ieu, ,IS.'(the: Hale welrnmeIvUlliiM of not obeyeil 'hits writ
Aouthein Maceiliinla around MonaMlr, WPIP fnlHnI,, Ullllly lonlltht, of oillalnlntf chipped' flout' l'IItI' ,)', N, H, "acit..* ("1(1II"y ltiiie| tthn was taKen to n "*1111,1| in OHnhiln" yeMehbty.- Mr. The) writ was, JHHijeil. on,, H petition
the entire.. kingdom 'lots been, over.* !!" fnl 1-p clearance, of Fundy" tu ,HI., John' N. II,, / 'l'II.lft)', remnln' tlltI"I"ttt1I"l'cl, her hates since hi* return frr the North for inandrtinu' '' to( the court "by Dnvi,
run 'I lie him found guilty are Dr.). ,KnMttiienx. \.hllttt they' tHe coining I.)' htll. rornlitlon I I.. hot "Ifttu,It I It. "t't'ntlllrilt' hurt been busily engaged>m'In <<'St (Hie, counsel. for the county 'Inwrd
It'uMfp(! Koeller, Adolph' (Itnchttieljiter getting of public Instruction
the Attorney LeKoy(
to of her
I repnrl lh-lrlAh" his
I | res. hotel the AH monte, 'In readiness
., and' Joseph JI. Oilen. ,
IVpplnhauo. A hew altitude record for presenting the petition
Mil. hydro.aeroplanes lerday IIIII"dclams I Jill
Iio.: A. HU1CHINHON UNtiiUoiM renting comfortably for opening, and expects to throw
Judge Howe I
: <<; : OPERATION: would announced that he I wn* lIlaltlilllh,1 this! week today. It will I I.e ...e'eralda(1 (oven the doors of his twiwular hostel Judge Perkins on Wednesday
hear a motion to set aside theterdlct the
at navy aviation station at Penun. before it can be determined ry about the tenth of -December,
tomorrow.The cola, Fla., according to FHKE HEALTH; LECTUREThe ;
Mr\ Oeo. A. llutchinnon, one of OrMando's date for sentence will also be ment. Lieut. U. C. FaufTley announce.carrieda whether an operation is necessary j 'We expect to do an excellent business -
poplar and well known citl- set tomorrow. during the winter, as our reservations pupils of the high school and
to height of
passenger a
8,400 feet.
lens, was operated upon at Dr. by the London are good with prospects of grammar grades and their
I Christ's i board of trade during November tell increasing the weeks parents
sanitarium Wednesday' morn- FOOTBALL GAME: AT WINTER The as go by, said and friends will have an opportunity
exportation snowshoes'
of the sinking of
Ing for fifty-three British Mr. Bates to Sentinel
gall stones. He has been asufferer (PARK TODAYAt a representative. to hear a fine lecture on health conditions
partly or entirely finished i ill! forbidden steamers' with total
a of .
1 p tonnage "Most of
from winter
the trouble in acute in our guests, today at 2 p. m., in the Lucerne
I form for a issued! at Berlin f,1.072 with the loss! of 61f lives. In who have made 'reservations'! ', will
some time. The operationwas three o'clock! this afternoon a yesterday, under the theatre, which has been donated for
regulations governing the same period the loss
[ successful and the patient is doing I football game between the Sanford < "weapon, ammunition and of was reported arriving about the middle of the I the purpose by the management
thirty-fit British
remarkably well. I Thigh school' and Rollins academy elev. ]powder." The same order sailing vesselsof month, and from then on we expect i Dr. J. M. Masters, of Port Orange,
removes 4.977 net tons with Fix lives.
Soar have
I.'. to a steady flow of them. Wehave
'ens will be staged on :Morse Athletic t the restrictions on the exportation of ( the show :I has an interesting story'! to tell that
as figures
: only twenty installed
XXX envelopes 5c all the time. Field at Winter Park. The teams are various articles including phonographs of the steamers electric lights in the !, is educational in character and will
were sunk by German house' and about the I'
I Fabrick Finish 5c 2 pencils 5c. Why "\enly! matched and a fast game is ; glassware canes riding warships and ten by mines. but 495 makes the grounds and it' devote about a half hour immediatelyafter
r jpay more' Curtis &: O'Neal, book, I expected.: Quite a number of Orlando whips watches pianos. harmonicas.and of the live! lost were on steamers imaginable. You biggest improvement the school session, the schools
ttationery and music store. people arc fllnning0: attend. i photograph frames. sunk by German warships. them." must come up and going to the theatre in a body. Par.I .
k see I i I cats and friends are invited.

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DAILY I A SOLDIEU'S 2,500 feet of moving pictures and
200 colored stereopticon views Sibe-
Florida SentinelMORNING I GOOD-BYE. rian prisons and exiles, opera house, Phone 5 for
South (Literary Digest) Saturday night. Tickets at Allen's
.AND WEEKLY EiHUr This is a letter found upon the jewelry tore, 25c. and 35c. l-12-2-3t FISH AND OYSTERS Fancy f Assorted Boxes

*W r.Ti ESSI.NGTOV GLENN . ....BoiBtu MaaalU body of Lieutenant Jean Chatanay Fresh Every Day
of a French regiment, addressed to
Entered at the poctoffic. Orlando. Florida. -
a. Second Clan Mail Matter. his wife, to be forwarded only in case BIG EATERS GET I
of his death.
15.00 this letter because one
DaUr. I YAr "I write Oranges Grapefruits
Daily. 0 Month .. *1-2.'* I. never knows what may happen. If :I9 West Church Street
Dell Month KIDNEY
Dally. 1 Month .*<> you get it, it will mean that France

weed 1 yaw........."..". 11.00 has wanted all I could give her. Tangerines Kumquats
Don't mourn for me, for I shall have ---- -- .
_ALt 8UBSCHIPTION8 ADVANCE_ died happy. The only thing I worry Take a glau of Salts before breakfast

TO ADVERTISERS about is the position you will be in if your Back hurts or Bladder PACKED AS YOU DESIRE

......, with,the children. But as for bring bothers you.
ther -
iplay aDd all
WttrUilnc Ccpy f.r...< M banded !. .(UM bodatat ing up the girls I am not anxious. "HERE{ YOU ARE"I ONE DOLLAR DELIVERED TO PARCEL POST
.ffic. *f the Sentinel not.later than 1 p. am.lh .. You will manage as well as I could : and
day Wan puMicttloa. TM. rmU appU The American women must I WINDOW OR EXPRESS OFFICE
to ehaac. !.* contract ad *rti lnfs It. I* have done. Kiss them for me, and : guard constantly against Kidney trouble One hundred and sixty acres loc-
tevariakl sad will b..ldclly adhered U.SuUeriben tell them that their father has goneon because we eat too much and all our food
desiring The Sentinel discontinued a long journey, and did not forget is rich. Our blood is filled with uric ated on public road, one mile from This Box Will Solve the Problem of Shipping,: Fresh Florida
thould' notify the office in writing on acid which the kidneys strive to filter
them. churches and school, overlooking a Fruit Direct to Your Northern Friends
the date of expiration, otherwise it will be out, they weaken from overwork become
continued at the regular subscription. ratca. I "There will also be another baby sluggish! ; the eliminative tissues clog and beautiful clear water lake. This

until TeI.p..notice... to atop-r .fa received.Naa whom I shall not know. If it is a the result is kidney trouble, bladder tract is well timbered with pine tim- This Is An Entirely Separate Department and Will Be
.1 boy, I should like' him to be a doctor, weakness and a ,general decline in health.
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 3, 191;). unless of course, after this war When your kidneys feel like lumps of ber and will cut 300,000 feet of lum- Handled by Mrs. Taylor
lead back hurts the urine is
; your or
should still be in need of of- ber. This soil is well suited to the
France cloudy, full of sediment or you are
Orlando's White Way system is ficers Tell him when he is old obliged,: to seek relief two or three times Crowing of citrus fruit, trucking and

dead or sleeping-which? enough to understand that his father during headache the or night dizzy; if nervous you suffer spells with acid sick general farming. See Her at Dr. Phillips Office

o- gave his life that his country mightbe stomach or you have rheumatism when This is an ideal location for any
We suppose by this time that Con- greater and stronger. I think I the weather is bad pet from your phar BACK OF JAPANESE BAZAAR
who opportunity.
gressman Sears has seen Mrs. Galt have told you all the essential things. macist about four ounces of Jad Salts; man apreciates

and extended congratulations. Promise not to bear any grudge to take a tablespoonful in a glass of
water before breakfast for a few days
Q France if she takes me. I hope we and your kidneys will then act fine. Price $1500.00
All Orlando needs is several large shall meet again some day. My poor This famous salts is made from the acij
and fat pay rolls rolling down Or- darling I haven't even had time to of grapes and lemon juice combined with I
lithia, and has been used for generationsto FOR SALE!
ange avenue every Saturday night. think much about our love great and flush
and stimulate
-0- strong though it be."Goodbye to neutralize the acids in clogged the urine kidneys BO it; P Fa ft Wallace Co :My residence corner north Orange second floor. Lot, 151 feet font on
As everybody rides in automobiles the long good-bye. Be no longer is a source of irritation thus Realty and Robinson: avenues, containing Orange ntenue. Grounds attractivelyarranped.
one may inquire if the next and succeeding brave.-Thy Jean. ending bladder disorders. Library, Kjception: Koom. Den. Sew- I nnd sprayed by underground
generations will have shorter o Jad Salts is inexpensive cannot inJure Room 3 Arcade tog Room }hiring Room: J Kitchen, gjstcm.
makes a delightful rlTrrtrm-ent Pantry, Jrocery Room lavatory, alii I large garage and log cabin play
I legs. I'KKKY WALL'S TOUR. lithia-water beverage, and belongs in on first floor with bath and a sleeping house, etc. Will sell furnished or um
o Tribune every home, Localise nobody can makea Phone 117 apartment with eleven windows furnished.and .
Santa Claus in Europe? Yes (Tampa ) mistake by having a good kidney flush* seven closets and storage room on Ivt.1tn
Perry G. Wall candidate for the lag any time. '
"Peace on Earth good will among United States senate who has been CHARLES P. DOW
men" rises as a pall over the blood
engaged for a month on a tour of
soaked battlefields. Central and Western Florida by nuto-

o mohlle, will return home next \\('('K.It Grove for Sale!
From nil Infant born nt Klistmmeennil !
h& very eUdent from reports receded

matured nt Oilnhtlo Association the had C'ehtffttFloHda be that Mr. Wall has made many i o ncr LnkculU, flS: :) nertd, In Grove!; 2200:!: flue! bearing;

Highway!; new friends and strong supporters| onItU budded! trxujn ; 800 dllnin., Closu to brIck runt! null
come ft great r--f organleallon \ toiir=which hear out lie I newer. town, Onion Sets!

After tending 1t.6)' to college l to Inn of was tho announced Tribune that when the nlstlttey only! cnmlt bar= I Houe, Ilnrn, Outbuilding' .

ar v4>e fame by till*! brain, one flmU to his election would be tho feet thnmajority Big SACRIFICE for QUICK SALE
It much more apt to came throughthe
a cif the voters didn't know
length of hU drtll11r.ltk. him personally Mr Wall! U I rapidly EXCLUSIVE SALE Just u few for late pantingWhite! Bermudas onlyCet .

Q removing that obstacle to hU success
The fact that white stockings are before they are nil gone.
by meeting the voters of the state Orlando Real Estate Co.
conspicuous does not seem to be any
and wherever he appears he increases *
obstacle in the of the people who
way his chances of success in pro. E. B. BRADLEY
are trying to make them more pop. citizens who BLOCK PHONE 501liMMMtllllllllllMMIIIIIIItltllllMMMIMIIIilll
portion to the number of WATKINS
ular. o form his acquaintance.Mr. Orlando Seed & Produce Co.

: Wall's friends in this sectionof
The billion bushel wheat crop at a -
time when it is most needed. Record the state are greatly encouragedby 206 S. Orange Ave. Phone 166
the gains he is making in the
destruction in one-half the

world tion in and the a other.It record. breaking produc- other feel Florida confident sections will decide he that has to the visited send Democrats him and to they the of i :! Christmas C Cards and Booklets .

senate thus recognizing a high standard .
is now possible to learn "scien- .
tific eating by mail" but the ultimate of citizenship and a wonderful capacity : Exquisite selectionfrom Ic. up). Also Souvenirs, : FORAGE GROCERY CO.
for service as essentials for Novelties Stationery,
Novelties Toys Japanese ,
consumer who has to hustle for his . . . . . . . . 17c
this high official position. :Mr. Wall and Magazines. FLA. ROUND STEAK, per pound . . . .
meals doesn't care a rap whether he has impressed all with whom he has : : FLA. LOIN AND PORTER HOUSE, per pound . . . . . 17c

eats them in a scientific manner or talked with his ability and energy 22 W. Church St. CHUCK ROAST FLORIDA, per pound . . . . . . . . . lOc

not. and with those qualifications for sen- Br.n"am & Hill I CHUCK STEAK FLORIDA, per pound . . . . . . . . .12
o atorial duty and responsibility whichare 1 ONE BLOCK EAST A. C. L. DEPOT : FLA. BEEF STEW, 3 pounds for . . . . . . . . . . . 25c
"We want every reader of this paperto best known by those who know FLORIDA PORK HAMS: whole, per pound . . . . . . . . 15c

take time and read the advertise- him best. tttttlMMIIMMIMIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIItliPURE FLORIDA PORK CHOPS, per pound . . . . . . . . . 15c

ments in this paper, as well' as every FLORIDA PORK STEW, per lb. . . . . . . . . . . . .122c
issue. The merchants have a mes- Society item: Kaiser William is - -- - - .1 WESTERN PORK CHOPS, 2 pounds for . . . . . . . ..45eI

sage for you and are taking this his respects to Francis Joseph I SLICED HAM, 2 pounds for . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45c

, method of talking to you. Get the paying, and Lord Kitchener has hung STORE BOILED HAM, per pound . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35c

habit of reading these advertise- his hat on King Constantine's hall FOOD HENS, LIVE, per pound . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20c
ments and you will save many dollars tree. The next social affair will bea SMOKED COUNTRY SAUSAGE, per pound . . . . . . 20c
during the year by opportune buying,
all the trench boys in honorof
suggested by the ads. tea by GroceriesWe
Henry Ford.
An exchange says that an editor o
With Bryan out of the cabinet Prices Are In A AII OOK&ffiMPAN'fAW
once applied at the door of Hades Have a Line of Dependable Goods. Our
his Dumba at Vienna Capt. Boy-Ed on
for admission. "Well replied Line. Call or Phone Your Order
sable majesty, "we let one of your trial and Suffrage "delayed" in four i CHRIST BUILDING : ORLANDO .
Eastern states one would think Uncle

and profession he kept in up here a continual many years row with ago Sam had nothing to worry about. Phone 203 No. 8 W. Church St.

his former delinquent subscribers Sh-h-don't wake him up. Congress! AS AGENTS, we invest money safely for our

--- ---0----- real and personal
and as we have more of that class of : customers; manage their

persons than any other the we admis-have At may the soon present be necessary rate of developmentit for the belligerents - - -- - ---- : I property; look after their taxes and other obligations
law prohibiting
passed a to keep a card index of the collecting rentals, interest and dividends.
sion of editors. \ ,
nations with which and against which
o 1915
A Hamburg paper declares: "Thereis they are fighting. I INCOME INVESTMENTS, Mortgages and Bonds

no doubt that all nations including 0 ,
Germany are longing for peace." If TOO LATE TO CLASSIFYTWO
I II 25 H. P. 5PassengerNearly
such is the case, why is there no offi- i BUILDING MATERIALSAND
STORY COTTAGE for sale or
cial move looking to the end of the I
war? The Hamburg journal's state- rent; nice and close in. 1'. O.12-3-Gt Box new, for quick sale at $625: -cost $1025.: I

ment may be a "feeler. It would 115. Fully equipped including Speedometer and PhilJips'Shock CONSTRUCTION

assume more importance if accompa- FOR SALE-Ford runabout, in fine Absorbers.
nied by the beginning} of negotiations.So condition, at jour own price. Call .
at 14 East Church street.' 1 -:1-Hc: :
far no one in authority seems inclined -
to take the first step. We can save you time, money and worry on your l

-0- FOR pumping SALE-or One power Fairbanks engine.: two h.Call p. H. A. WARDWinter I building operations. Our clients are satisfied

OX TO GAINESVILLE. 300 East South street, city. 12-3-31: J

Tampa Tribune) Park Florida \ 1
I.-.tit UttNT-tteautlful' south room
The next meeting of the Central with kitchenette furnUhrd. Apply

rWldit; Highway: Association will beheld owner. No 7 Notth Hughe; !street. : \ - -

nt UalneMrllle December\ P. find 12-3-3lt " " " " " '
|t. rtpected td be one of the most inleteotlntt -

r f the **fix The UrtltiM- Iott. BAt.tt(!-Of Hif Hilt tth trot' Mllhlrtl' tn te.i tnM'n t'nttIlijp ..-, If You Do Not Believe
|'itt Ih'l1! ;;H'f ; ;; ;;
ill<* Imflrd bt lh dl! ono the nrrttHpe- ": t I I-** ItH.t! ttt ,0. K. I'M ItUti1ti1I1 r"
MHit i t1' tli* ttuUti In litttil rttnl l I. Pt lI,11t IItnltt'.. h.1' +tip WATCH THIS SPACE
to. Nklaiil"
hmltlti HU HtitH ( InVf: ttttf ha like l iMeomolive and rll1tM
Chalmers' < a
that the *
\ prwer
h til. lit:Ml1 hv I'Il''iii ItHtt*, \ :!
tf the VrtH'ttt, \!* JtlttiU t.t f HH 11 I tl\\' I"'It\I,

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fur'! |il!+FWktU4jti. l Hltrtl Mrtihl inIIi' re MHi iwaiortM:! m h-f IttHMltS\ |ill( I
f i it like )H'Ml( t,* will I I.* it.1lsIlwtnti ; 11..11 fur hllli Na.t .4t1..tnrd ti\iY PiII."h. \"- Church: Mreeti: {or phone 833,
Ihll At the vnri llf4conntie ; |1I'11lil'lI(t | MmtlKMiriMy 1 cmuhre
\ "hrntfrp44 At The \\Inh An1
li"IiQ, or |phone! > 3.5.| 1a-a-PJ' Our Iwiter Will lid -
>i in "Iiltlinll Ota }Y\\\\ \ltI Iish-

Wf'y wits\ 'iaternl4' tlml I si'i' che4 Ilf AUTO' \nO.1NlIH:) Ueo touring Of Priesr---- ', full, Pan t See It 'In Thi l (Hf$1i1huda

itdtfit! ) wen Hill he\ bean) on the problems Mr, 4. ijours: t'oiul r pair, tire ; darning CHALMERS MOTOR CAR ,CO.
) nf pootj. roads bull,ling. nearly newl' first party herd with y
One of the things which Gainesvillewill $'U 110> i \10:1; : cylinder Reo,1
with tight truck body, $50. Theseare
offer visitors will be a pet-to big bargains. Geo. t-: Rates &
irether and get-acquainted. smoker Son, Altamonte Springs.. Florida. The Co-Opertive Produce Co. Freeman V. D. Phillips, Mgr

and Gainesville smokers are reputedto 12; 3-t.:
be "something different" and a delight morning I W. S. DeWitt, Mgr\ No. 10 E. Church St. PHONE 447MlililliimiMMIMIIMMMMIIMillilillMMIMI .I 14 EAST CHURCH STREET. FHONE 221THE

ever to be remembered with Subscribe for Sentinel,
and 10 cents a week delivered. t
pleasure profit.


FloorTHE BIG STORE Special Ladies of Misses'Sale

. and
t, 3rd Children's Shoes
Boys' 0i', IV cICS


t Found In Men's Furnishing Dept, 1st Floor, Center Isle

F R THRBB DAYS ONLY! Thursday y, Friday y and Saturday S y

Parents of Boys Take Advantage of These Exceptional Low

Prices to Outfit Your Sons, Every Dollar Saved Is a Good One


'Ve also have some very Natty, Catchy Hats for Boys of These Suits are mostly AIl Wool in the Late Styles. Plain, Big Reduction on All Boys Sweaters. We have such a big
Extra Good Qualities That 'Ve Are Going to Sacrifice at Grays, Blues, Cheviots and Fancy Textures. The most lot of them, all new and fresh, that we want to sell now,
the Following Low Prices: wonderful values we have ever offered. bad enough to offer them at the following low prices:

Lot No. 1 Lot No 1 Lot No. l

__Boys Hats worth regular 75c ________________ Boys Suits worth regular $3.50 ________________$ Boys; Sweaters worth regular $1.00 ______________

Lot No.2 Lot No. 2 __Lot No.2

Boys Hats worth regular $1.00 _________________ Boys Suits worth regular $-J.OO ________________$ Boys Sweaters worth regular $1.25 ______________

Lot No. 3
Boys hats worth regular $1..a!:: for________________98c Lot No.:1 Lot No. :1
Boys Suits worth regular $5.00 for________________$3.98 Boys Sweaters worth regular $1.50 for____________$1.28
Lot No. .1 -
Boys lists worth regular $1.50 ________________$ Lot No .t.'
Lot N 0. .1 1
Lot No. 5 Boys, Suits worth regular $0,00 _________.__......$. Boys Sweaters worth regular $2.00 ____________$ .

lloXs Hats worth regular $2.00 __._____________$!.48
Lot Nn t(j Lot Nu, 1 r
tot NUl d HuYFt Suits 'utili ttlMulnr *g, O tor..u.....:*d,48 Bud'a S\\'eaters worth regular *:2:!, O fdriiiii.iiIIiiil,:flJo:!
1IUY data t worth regulars! ,FU fur=i.......... . :
'Iot' Nu. 7 last. Nri 11 ; "tit Nu. tlllOyd

:-- IIttt worth ftiJtulftf '::1,00 for=sa..z:=======f oll:h4 IIl1f Multi! WlIl'th l'tiJtuh\f 'lO,0O} 1\1111 'l3 1 ,OO======== $,'jU IIflf MWttl\tttr\ worth ftiMUlftf ,:JOO : ..... ,:.

Specials On sale Saturday Night from 7 to 10 O'clock

, Ladies Hats at $3.98 At 5c Yard I At $1.60 Pair At 19c Yard

Ladies Trimmed Hats, a beautiful line, Bleached Muslin, full ,
yard wide regular
j Misses and Childrens Fine Shoes, Black Dress Poplins and Repps, plain and fancy
all late styles and shapes, values up to ; weaves, regular 35c and 15c quality,
lOc qualtiy, limit 10 yards to a customer, j and Tans, all leathers, $3.00 values, Sat-
i i Saturday Night
$10.00, Saturday Night '
Saturday Night j urday Night| 19c

. $3.98 5c i $1.60

At lOc Yard
At 1-2 PriceLadies A Wonderful Sale of Crystal Glass at 19c

Cretone, 33 inches wide, beautiful line of
Wool Underwear, Shirts and Looks Like the Real I Cut Glass

Drawers, in Gray, White and Red, Extra Beautiful up-to-date, new and artistic patterns. Water Pitchers, Milk Pitchers, Spoon patterns and colors, 15c quality, Saturday
Holders, Celery Dishes, Butter Dishes, B on Bon Dishes, and Comports, the smallest
Special Saturday Night piece worth 29c, the largest piece worth 50c, Night

r 1-2 Price Saturday Night 19c Each lOc

The Yo well Duck worth Co.





Tampa, 1.'lo-ln view of the approach ROBINSON & BEARDALL

WinterPark News golf championship of the Florida to state be played amateur on ATTORNEY-AT-LAW II I SPECIAL DISPLAY !

the Tampa links December 8 to 11,
the numerical system that will be No. 4 West Pine Sreet

used in making the pairings for the
match rounds will be interesting. The Phone 161 AND DEMONSTRATION

Tampa Auto and Golf club has adopted -
Daily 01 Items
Budget ConcerningThe a system whereby the thirtytwolow

scores, qualified in the first day's '

Town And Rollins CollegeCAPTAIN play system are means automatically sustained paired.interest The 1 OF TOILET 0 I L [

HALL DIES SUDDENLY TO WIDEN INTERLACHENPAVING:' throughout probabiliy the match of the and best eliminatesthe players Phone 72 ARTICLES I C L [SBy S !

Captain C. T. Hall, who has spent :' meeting in the opening rounds and
Rooms 5 6 7 8-
the six For some days past a movementhas the in the ,
past winters in Winter Park, pairing semi-final or finals Mrs. Dora Smith
Davis & McNeill Block
was found dead in bed at the Ingram been under way to secure the of expert players with mediocre ones.

House, where he was stopping, early widening of the Interlachen paving Indications are that the entries in

yesterday morning. Capt. Hall wasa from nine to twenty-four feet on the state amateur championship, 1 AT THE LUCERNE
sufferer from heart trouble, and had the section between the Boulevardand which is restricted only to residents PHARMACY
been ill for several days. The body the New Seminole hoteL A com- of Florida, will run well past 100. Victor Starbuck
was discovered by Warren Ingram, mittee has been at work among the That many are expected to be on
who at once called in P. Dale. property owners and it is understoodthat hand from out of town. ATTORNEYATLAWPhone I SATURDAY AfTERNOON
When Mr. Dale arrived he found that the vast majority of these are
life was extinct and the probabilities 'highly in favor of the widening of 1+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + 161

are death had occurred several hours )II the paving. If this improvementgoes + BEST PAPER IN STATE + No. 6 W. Pine St Orland Fla I : .
earlier. through as seems probable, it + +
The deceased had scores of friendsin will make a great improvement m ,+ Oak Knoll Grove, + I Orchestra faced and Vocal SolosBy ii

Winter Park and vicinity who are that section of the avenue. + Altamonte, Ha, Dec. 1, 191;}. +

grieved by his sudden passing away. + Publishers SentinelI cannot + i Mr. Tony Rogers
He was a resident of Shelburne ROLLINS: ACADEMY" "S. SANFORD + enjoy life without jour Daily + .
Falls, Mass., and a veteran of the HK.H SChOOL + Sentinel the best daily paper in + I R. RAY WHITE I {

civil war, in which he served with This afternoon, on the college gridiron + the Mate of londa.. Please!' find +
gallantry, earning the rank of cap at Winter Park, a fast game is + enclosed! $:i for one )('ar'" sub- + I ATTORNEY-AT LAW
tain. After the war he was for a I scheduled between the Sanford high + Kcriplion. lour truly, + Room 44
time in command of Fort Pulaskl, and I I I school* and Rollins academy elevens. + N. II. i IOC.G.TOO + 2 2O: O m s P. i CoMet 1

later, after returning to civil life, he j The learns are very evenly matchedand I + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + Watkins lllock Orlando, Fla.
became active in educational work in n clone' and exciting game 11'1 l' an
When in KNmm' Iislt 1 t the Palace Drug Store.
his state. Urinated.' Play begins promptly at LATK'IO: CLASSIFYLOST : .
Citptnin Hall leaves' three nott\!-- 3 J o'tlock Worthington BlackmanATTORNEYATLAW I
'. .
II W. Unit, of lUrhmond Va., 1 1M-: =Tt'tlrht'f' Ilililv, with name MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMIMNew
ward of llonlon, mid Jesse' % of Springfield KIIIIAK.S\I.S,: : nutiiii. ;: MIS.: Everett: in It, Tuesday II(h'flllIlIlI.

Man\ ., unit one daughter, Mrs hl.\ir Leave at Sentinel olfUv. llMMte: .I.,1+F+++.++1lH+++N+N . .. . ..a. .... . .
Mary (Hull !I'Ul.l, ,, tit Norton.Ihe Itfhi'nrnaU, for "Tht Messiah," ,' I'hone 617
which j Is, to I be I OR IiI'.NT-louse: ) on 1.lIk'vlt'W
) family wan notified. At once productd ChrUtmagstT ,
avenue on l Lake Adair newly Rooms 13 and! U 1'owell-Duck
and H telegram was received )"t>nUr- \ *, l begun last evening at KnowlesHall. painted six. room und bath Imjuiie Overland at $800
day afternoon announcing that one of of W. H. Stuart, phono 1UU'J.3 rings. worth Building!
the don, H. W. Hall, will arrive this U-l.Up:
evening from Richmond to accom. RAILROAD OFFICIALS VISIT Oversize Tires Shock Absorbers and Extra Tire
puny the body North. Phone 72

Every; Elk visiting or stopping in Buick 40
J. N. at $400New
NATIONAL t CUIUTI.EAGUE Brand former general Orlando anti vicmty u most cordially
KAPIDL1. ) GAINING:, STRENGTH:' superintendent of the Atlantic Coast invited to meet at teaks Hall, corner Paul V. HutchinsAttorney
IN Line, but now assistant general manager East Central and Court streets, Sunday Tires and New Paint
December) 5, at 2:30 p. m. and
Increasing activity marks the progress in Wilmington join with Orlando Lodge No 1079 in and Counsellor at Law
N. C., and Mr J. C. Murchison,
of the cause of national the memorial day exercises to l I.e held
preparedness assistant general superintendent of at :'I'M p, m, at the rand theatre
in Orange Prof. Davis & McNeil Hldg
the same line, with headquarters in on West Pine street. The public cor-
receiving Hiram Powers many,applications of Winter for Park membership is- Jacksonville, arrived in Orlando yesterday dially invited. ORLANDO, FLA. ; Winter Park Auto Co. jj
in their
private car They
the nUII.HI1I00JHI:' ; :
in League home of the
spent the day here, meeting several OPEN DAY AND NIGHT ;
letter received indicate a diversity
business men and looking after the In building or repairing it i il1 well Dr. F. F. Thompson
of opinion as to the extent to which
affairs of their road. They left in to remember that all jour materials
congress should provide defense and the afternoon for Tampa.ADIIITION.1L may bo purchased from one jilnte 4 MIIMIMIIMIMMMMMMIMMMMMMf. .tMIIIMM.
UH to the probability of the United thus Having the rush diwount. Everything DentistFormerly
States coming the victim of attack / to build! n house and and ,
LOCALS) t'lClInmh,1t furnished rr," >. See Hampics -
in the near future. Hut all seem to and get: pruen. Standard Supply" of New York
agree that there la grave danger that Mrs. T. II. Thompson arrived In Co, Christ building M2&t: : The Eola Packing '
115 SOUTH ORANGE Company
our country with its growing: wealth Orlando yesterday over the Atlantic
and defenseless condition will prove Coast Line, coming from Brownsville, Over Curtis & O'Neal's ORLANDO. FLORIDA
We do not handle Investments
a victim to some foreign un- speculative
power Pa, where she has the
spent Rummer. but .
if you desire an investment
lens the preparedness is such as to Mr. Thompson and daughter have which yields' n regular/ guaranteed SpecialtiesCustom
discourage the hopes of easy con been here for some dajs. This estimable net income of eight or ten percent
quest and great gain. An army anda family expect to occupy their our service will be of value Packers Modern Equipment
Cook & Co., Christ
navy of sufficient strength to keepan new home on South Main street about 1-12-2-St building. Shippers and Buyers Cash f.o.b. Selling
enemy from overwhelming us during the last of the month. I W Growers' Agents Personal Attention
the first year of attack would enable CHRISTMAS: CARDS AND I
us to make use of our immense Mrs. L. C. Newell was among those BOOKLETS Growers, Shippers and Buyers invited to inspect the plant and arrange -
Exquisite selection now on display for harvesting and packing their
resources for self protection and the through Orlando crops.
maintenance of our rights and ideals. passing jesterday 1 Also Christmas novelties and toys. DR. L H. RAMSDELLOPTOMETRIST Fruit Packed and shipped as directed by the owner ofvthe goods.
afternoon over the Coast Line from BRIGHAM &. HILL,
During the last few days a numberof from Ashtabula, Ohoi en route to 22 West Church Street, One Block PACKING HOUSE-Corner Concord A\e. and A. C. L. Tracks.
prominent men have joined the join her husband at Pine Castle East of A. C. L. depot. l-12-2-4tc ORLANDO - FLORIDA W. B. RULE Mgr. J. S. PAGE, Asst Mgr. C. A. COCHRAN ,|
1 WH: FIT GLASSES. GRIND LENSES House Foreman.Patronage .
League in Orange county, among where they will spend the winter at Packing
them Mr. Charles II. Morse, of AND DO ALL KINDS OF
being their home. Mrs. Newell is the mother
Winter Park, who joins as a life of our well known fellow townsman Nine Outof Ten mrrlrAy REPA1iRINO: Respectfully Solicited

member; Mr. William R. O'Neal. Dr. Mr J, J. Newell.
G II Edwards of Orlando; Mr. E. II

Brewer, Dr. C. R. Switzer, Mr. J. C. Mr. and Mrs Chas. L. Niles, of people will mention the Model if

Nicoll, and Judge W. J. Wallace, ofWinter Anamosa Iowa, well known winter 1 asked where a good meal may SURVEYINGPlating

Park. Some have joined as residents of Orlando, arrived in the be obtained at a reasonable and and Sub-Dividing Hammond & GoreFUNERAL
contributing members. This form of city yesterday afternoon over the At-
moderate And these nine
membership involves financial sup- lantic Coast Line and are again oc- I PROMPT AND ACCURATE
port to the extent of $5 per year to cupying their residence 107 East are right.If WORK
the work of the League all over the Amelia avenue. They have many we fed but ten people we I

country. friends who gladly extend them a could not do so at 25c each; but HAL A. IRISHCivil Values Low Prices

warm welcome each season. if we serve hundreds we can
and do. COMPARE
IN FLORIDA | Mrs. Gertrude Lewis, who has been
The first school bank in We have made it possible for 47 Watkin Orlando Fla
savings spending the past week in Orlando Flldg., ,
the state of Florida was organized in left yesterday for her home in Tam i person to live well in Orlandoat OUR FURNITUREWe

the Winter Park public school Tues- pa. She was here for the purposeof a moderate cost.

day morning.:. The Bank of Winter being with her mother, Mrs. T. A. Our 25 cent regulars and 15 F. A. PEPPERCORN provide the quality of furniture that has long teen accepted -
Park as a Christmas present, openedan Hughey, who was brought here from cent specials are good all the by knowing furniture buyers as the standard of merit. If
account with each pupil in the Kissimmee and operated upon for avery BUILDER and CONTRACTOn an article is here it is good. It wouldn't be here were it. otherwise.
school by placing a neat little sum to severe trouble. Mrs. lIu hey time. We can't make this point too clear-it is one of the foundation
his credit. The pupils are responding stood the ordeal very nicely and is Oysters fresh every day. Phone 37 stones of this business and that means much to any buyer.
enthusiastically and their accounts regaining her strength. e

are beginning to grow. The i ""
Woman's Club of Winter Park, with i Mr. P.1.. Shanmbarger wife and
the co-operation of the teachers, instituted baby Accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. OPEN DAY AND NIGHTTheModelCafe L. Percival Hutton McNEILL\ & DAVIS BLOCK
this great and good thing in' J. B. Burr parents of Mrs. Shanni-
the school. Larger, motored to Orlando yesterday 37 Liberty St., New York, N.Y Corner Orange Ave. and Church Street, Orlando, Florida

I I to see :Mr. Barr safely on the northbound I ARCHITECT I
GO'tUOlU: : :' :MRS. 1RVMMLLL : l train for her home in Mans I
: : TO HE IN INTER -- -- - --- -------- --- -
!field, Ohio. Mr. Barr has become infatuated I McNeill-Davis Building Orlando
PXRh SUNDAY with Orange county and intends -
Governor and Mrs Park Trammellare l to remain for some time superintending Florida.Member
expected to be present at the ser the planting of an orange F. A. A. ACCIDENT HEALTH
vices of the Winter Park Baptist t grove and erecting a permanent winter NV. T. ENTRICAN LIABILITY AUTOMOBILEBURGLARY
church next Sunday. Mrs. Trammellwill l home in the vicinity of Pine Castle ---
sing a solo during the service. : I IIr. LICENSED CONTRACTOR: PLATE GLASS '
'I S.S.JonesChiropractor

II. C. Harris and II. A. Odom, of daughter Miss Dorothy, popular win- PAINTING: DECORATING ETC.

Eustis passed through Winter Parkyesterday ter residents of Orlando who have ..
stopping over long enoughto been sojourning in the North for the -
enjoy a short "visit" with theirfriends. past six months, arrived in the city '
Lee Huntsman who is attending yesterday afternoon on the Tampa Phone 217. Graduate of Davenport, la., Col- Georgia Casualty CompanyGEO.

Rollins. I I i Special, coming from Mackinaw lege.

:Mich. These estimable people have Room No. 3, Schultz BIdj;
HUNTING:' PARTY RETURNS:' I I been coming here for a number of Specialist on Nervous and A. HUTCHINSON, General Agent

E. K. List, W. J. Caldwell. and AbeHunter years and have many friends who Dr. C. W. FainDENTIST Chronic Diseases.4th .
I).I Orlando Florida
who have l been hunting on.the .gladly extend them a welcome each ,
coast, have returned to WinterPark ';
returning winter season. They are
Room 4 and 6 Watkins Block Phone
and report a fine trip andplenty .occupying their home 706 West Amelia Office Hours: 8 to 1%. 2 to S. Floor, Y. D. Building 700r

of sport. I. avenue. WINTER PARK, FLA. Phone 209



The Kit Kare Klub, which has been t r: =I iON ,. : JI &::i1
n SnrietJ organized for Dome time, disbanded
It At AllenVWatch
yesterday following a most! enjoyable
afternoon with Mr. F. N. Boardman,
:.Summcrlin I'lacc. A musical program .
wan rendered. The following SWEET
Friday, December 3. MKKTI.NG poem from Miss L. B. Hall, of Rising '
Rosalind Club dance. The regular meeting of the Young ,
Sun, Ind., a member of the club, wacreived .
Ladle Committee of Midwinter Fair Peoples branch of the W. C. T. U. i
and read
at Jan. I. Jilcn, office.V. :
to order
came in the
C. T. U. business meeting, Mrs. Baptist church
A. A. Gould leader. Wednesday, December 1, at 3:30 Do you know, dear friends, that faraway
Saturday, December 4. o'clock, with Miss Elmina Gould in REAM
Nulks Club, Dlr. C. 0. Robinson the chair. Sixteen members and On the banks of the Ohio,
hostess. There dwells a member of your club I'o
D. A. R. Mrs S A Robinson hostess. visitor were present. Much enthusiasm From beautiful Orlando
Papers by Mrs A. L. Forde and was shown in regard to the
Mrs. George Banschbach. study course which is to be taken up But you know, "distance lends en
:Miss Gayle Davis hostess at luncheonin in the near future. Miss Fannie chantment"It -
honor of Miss Nuckolls. Tay surely does with me, Delivered BraceletsConvertible
Mrs. S. S. Griffin hostess at receptionin I lor read an interesting pamphlet on And "absence makes the heart grow promptlyAny
honor Mrs. Park Trammell. "How to Count One for Temperance. fonder,"
--0- The following committees were appointed When I think, dear ones, of thee. ( hour) into a regular watch, or can be worn on 11

11'. R. C. WILL' RELIEVE VETERANS : We are having some rainy weather neck chain; twenty and twenty-five year and solid gold

FAMILIESThe Social-Fannie Taylor, chairman; Mixed in with a little snow, cases. S
Woman's Relief Corps met yes- Annie Bruce, Jane Gardner, Gertrude Which makes one want to pack their Also CHRISTMAS GOODS ARE HERE i
; terday at the home of Mrs L F. McKay. grip anythingin

Brigham, president of the organization. Flowers -Jane Gardner, chairman; And come to Orlando. ALLEN & CO. JEWELERS.

Papers were read by Mrs.Sper- I Louise Chapman, Maude Pugh. But I can be with you in thought ,
o ry, Mrs. Townsend, and Mrs. Bunn. New Membership-Lois Pedrick, each day, Ib i!

Mrs.\ Schnarr recited "The"The Bivouac' ," I chairman; Helen Bruce, Beulah Irish. And Right you here will always in my little be dear home to me, == -0=1- .d 1j]
and Mrs Brigham read Soul of
Program. -Fannie Tucker, chair- No matter where I roam.I .
the Roses." The W. R. C. voted to man; Lena -Larsen, -ineima- .:'Li:*
uewitt.Finance II A COAT OF FRESH.
relieve two veterans' families this -Helen Bellamy, chairman; feel friends I must leave you now, dear PriiVorld\ r] '1 ::1 I makes a house more attractive PAINT, preserves -
Christmas. A guest was Mrs. F. I. Violet
Douglas, Jessie Pedrick. This is all I have to say, it from decay and renders it
Warner. The next meeting will be Evangelistic Superintendent-Gus- And when I think of something else u q more saleable at a better figure. But
held with Mrs. Brigham, the first sie Sharpe. I will finish another day. you must use the best paint to get the
tail results. The right kind for thepurpose
Thursday in January. The meeting adjourned to meet at :Mrs. Boardman's home was prettily I too. Come here for all paint
- the home of \d 1 information of kind. We don't
our president Miss El any
decorated in flowers. A salad At ---
course charge for it s.nd
WEDDING ANNIVERSARIESFirst mina Gould, at three o'clock on charge but little
cotton second, third, was sened.MONTHLY. -- for the fine paints we are prepared
; paper; Wednesday, December 15. to supply.
leather; fourth, fruit and flowers; -0- -

fifth, wooden; sixth, sugar; seventh, :Mr. a d Mrs. Thos. C. Darby were SONG SERVICE
"woolen; eighth, India rubber; ninth. among the arrivals in Orlando yesterday The orchestra and choir of First Orlando Paint & Wall Paper Ct
:Methodist church will give the first J(
willow; tenth, tin; eleventh, steel; afternoon, coming over the At- of their winter series of 205 S. Orange Avenue
twelfth, linen; thirteenth, lace; four- lantic Coast Line from Crescent Cityto i and music service song Phone 261
teenth, ivory; fifteenth, crystal; twen- visit their daughters, Mrs. Geo. W. : on Sunday night. COLEMAN & RHAN
tieth, china silver thir- program this month will be one
; twenty-fifth
; Phillips and Mrs. Park Trammell, -- -------- -
tieth, pearl; fortieth, ruby; fiftieth,I who is here visiting her sister, at her of should rare beauty and excellence, and
crowd the building to its ca
golden seventy-fifth, diamond. home
; 407 East Pine street.
pacity. Exercises will begin promptly -
at 7:30 p. m. and last one hour. Pharmacy. CAREY HANDFUNERAL
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FROM A GENTLEMAN TO A LADY ing will be comfortable. PHONE 20

Dainty Monogram Stationery is an ideal Christmas Gift ASSOCIATED CHARITIES NEEDS DIRECTOR

> which carries with} it only a sentiment of friendship. OIL STOVESThe AND EMBALMER\
Visiting Cards in Associated Charities has need
engraved a fashionable style are also
of a small, second hand oil stove, and --
a most acceptable present.We .
any one has such which they are
have just completed a beautiful line of Xmas Cards willing to donate a message will be following letter has been sent All calls answered Promptly Dayor

; ; in exclusive Steel Engraved designs. Send for our samples gladly received by the secretary, Miss to members of the Subtropical Midwinter '

; ; and prices.J. Corinne Robinson, at No. 9 Liberty Fair by Jas. L. Giles, chair- I' Night. Hand Block. I
street, or over phone 424. man directors' committee: '
1'. STEVENS ENGRAVING CO. "A meeting of the
-0-- automobile com- Orlando Florida.
Atlanta, Georgia ; NOTICETroop mittee has been called to meet at my I -

II 1111111111111111111111111111111111111 H 1111111111 A, Boy Scouts, will meet at office in the San Juan hotel next Fri PHONE 639. RESIUNl PHONE 457 I
the Deanery at 10 o'clock Saturday day morning at 10 o'clock for the

morning for the purpose of making purpose of organizing and ,
... . .. . . ... . . . . . . .. . .1. .. . . . . . .... "hike" to Clear Lake. Dean Hemsen a the work under way. Will you getting please -

will be in charge. he present?" . .1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..
flJt..t"UAtI:! ; tUS'EttESt$

\It'Jll1httlml'tt wilt be hostesses!!
the flU rthtj!I!It!! bf the Southern States! FitANk A. CUltild WILLIAM Il O'NEAL
al the ttjhferehte ttt t.e held In itithDeeehtbeF THE LUCERNE
Ifibitl 11 lit 11iii

OflHl\: NO II ( INl IIt laI'Mrs TODAY

mif !: W: W: Ilijthtftt! amiMn d4tl !h:

ItF, !. HHrewt: drnvetf\ in llrlanllqtelpnl4y II
: I afiprnnftn from hlpwi! i, 1',11't)3(' ) Vlfjlj I
hi., ttherp they! twe! spent the ii4m
f ner- They were! n>et jn daF>lsanvlllaby TONY MAHK CURTIS & O'NEAL

Mir' Irrert. 'fIi.' hgrate' is Visiting I In Mu&ic"I : fi l Jt l ftinn$
her daughter, Mrs. N. I1- Vow ell.
.- Insurance Loans Real Estate
)Hr. and! Mrs. /Henry/ G. JIanchett ''
and family have moved from their
temporary quarters on Anderson
street to their new home at 207

S1eart VacuuM G Gago1. America street.-0On AN ESSANAY THREE-PART

account of the Rosalind Club .
dance, the Nullos Club, which was to DRAMA .

have today,met will with meet Mrs.tomorrow C. B. Robinson instead. "HEARTS[ AND ROSES"A :. ESTABLISHED 1MI

1.lin F Feed -0- ..

The women of the Cathedral Guild .
will hold their annual bazaar at the LUBIN SCREAM

1 Chapter House Wednesday, Decem- "THE LIFE GUARD" .' 1111111111111111111111111111111"1" " " '
Lock ignition. ber 8th. -- a

Real leather upholstry Members of the Presbyterian choir
i will kindly meet at 7 o'clock sharp 5c Same Little Prices lOc I

; One man topL this e\ening. By order of the di .

Jiffy Curtains

Full floating rear axle rector.Favorite GRANDTODAY

Timken bearings

. Majestic. "Big Jim's Heart." A
drama in two parts. An interesting
$850.00 at Orlando story of ]love and crime in the far .
West. .

Beauty Comedy. "Jimmie on the
Job." Featuring Nera Gerber and
Webster Campbell.American. OLIVER MOROSCO
"Diamond From the REO 1916
k""The Silent Witne!!!!." Featuring
Lottie Tickford and Irving Presents
('u ht ht I n(!!I. P 0. tl Orlando
This JeHal pets more Interesting $950.00, .
I. W. PHILLIPS & S SONS each epj'oile. In\ t this! episode there tlLANCtt lUSt!
to i rt duel in the listfrk. Also rt harrow

does cootie I Uh of It HnthHt'tk.the rtllt. flh.l It the l 19 quite auto IN HIM tm&ATKrWHl'fCftte Are Here. Let us show you

S H llIl1t. I/oh't/ frti! ttf 9t't't t:
.. Orange Ave -\
I (Oil;!: klttiltlllf'; t111! rINNIt
Phliit! ll.. ttrrlllNln l 11 (OWL"
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Of HtmtiHi, B, !oto4thla|' ,h Ysleign WITH Hlll'illalilr1D:1PThil,( PALMS AUTO CO.
aiWj SMriWMl! 'HlnUhjt1I' ; : the\ fili t pee
lu.rnutr from lgrvi( ij tJnl\'tlult =,
hllrll hll 'tangy post fl4.hu.hl wirh (q ) WHIP' ( N. Orange Ave. Phone
eye, per Mill nn>j throat dilllUlIt 400
AUo physical diagnosis (nerves
heart, 'lungs, kidney and other vis-i
renal I, and electmlherapy, and runts.glows -
\ .U.ea.... Olfic, Chsnty bullj-

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f I :: OPP1flG e THE w Practical Gifts ht; . J HOPMORnin'G


___ The True Spirit of Christmas

It is not always the most expensive gifts that are most appreciated. Careful selection is more important than mere cost. The gifts that show real thoughtfulness, and consid i I

eration are the gifts that meet with the heartiest welcome.At .
our store you can choose! from a carefully selected stock of suitable gift things. You will be waited on by salespeople who know their stocks thoroughly, and whose suggestions -

will be most helpful to )'ou. Hut we remind you that leisurely and thoughtful selections can only be made early in the month before the last minute rush begins.

Gifts for Grandmother, Grandfather, Mother, Father, Brother, Sister, Baby f

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I ta ========-=========fl@ij!: Right I now we're cutting I into 0 m leHRi;fH! Het1l1 =====:'fjOO t te fiooo =: -
Wee! Kwena -HHIeOstrich fit fin. \\JI"ta 'r'it fa. nO
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i Bw =-----f :!W tofi7Q Hnn RIHflONS fnr Trimming*, flinnONS for 1 Panpy WorK
,(r,> (last -----:------=--fH! : Q tA fiPQ H1HHON8 for ftdornm nt, RIHHON8 for every pnrpMNffIRc! + --------=======:::::-:fjpfl25p (-
f1A'4) = qit ---------- tft '&I.IQ) ) ''niH H JI6nt'i, f ____________ .
!:? 'It! J\4\ P 1f ------------ab4) tA H&Q Sab 1 J la, \ta until Monday next Soft qr StitT Hats -----_-_____|3: .00()
j to .50
hid mOV6 ----------$
sic Silk Stocking -BOc to f 2.00glumber Outing Night Shirt fj.00

,r Pobe -.$2.60 A we inaug Smoking Jacket _$5.00
ana of White Apron ____________25c to 60c p urated year a ago big Ribbon Walking StickSuspenders __::::::::::::=_$1.50 IQ'

r Sale-OUR FIRST- _-__--__--__25c to $1.50 (?JZfZt1In G
all probability

I those with good memories -
I will remember
I = its marvellous success
DADDY = not only in point of Wool Dress length .._$3.75 to $10.00

"Hart Schaffner & Marx" exceptionally goo 0 Comforter __________$1.25 to $10.00

Ulster __________$20.00 to $25.00 .( values offered but in Pair Blankets ________$1.50 to $10.00

Kid Slippers ________$1.50 to $1.75 Z- the magnificient assortments Silk Dress 'length ____$5.50 to $12.00

Tie ___________________50c to $2.00 ; f we put be- Gloves ______________$1.00 to $3.50

Gloves ______________$1.50 to $2.50 fore our customers. Silk Hose _____-______$50c to $1.50 I

Auto Gloves __________$2.00 to $3.50 .._ Hand Bag __________$1.50 to $10.00
Silk Sox ______________50c to $1.00 TIllS YEAR WE WILL ECLIPSE EVERY LINE / Toilet Set __________$1.25 to $12.50

Bath Robes __________$4.00 to $10.00 This sale does not mean one purchase, but many. Umbrella ____________$1.98 to $10.00
Fancy Vests$3.00 to $5.00 roJL: <<..11 T "."'nVhen an opportunity came before us of securing speci i ,l ,t? kimono ___ __________Sac" to $25.00
llL,, values, and when spot
717lif.lJ/lifJ1L = ial lots at away below market I :
______________$1.50 these lots- eJf Fur Neck Piece ______$5.00 to $7.50 ,
Outing Pajamas cash was the deciding factor in securing Of
Ladd ? 1C h __ _
House Slippers ___$1.00 to $ .50
"Manhattan" Shirts ..$1.50 to $3.00 spot cash ruled. i

Will go on display that will make the department a kal-
eodscope of color. Artistic combinations and blending I UKOTHEK

of shades were never before woven into a silken fabric I Full Dress Shoes _______.....$6.00 '
as are woven into these. Turner, Rembrandt acknowFu11 Dore Dress Pumps ____________$5.00
rr Michael Angelo, Messonier would be proud to "
SISTER hart Schaffner & :I
_ ledge-were they alive now-that they could not improve I Suit ______u______arx________ $25.00 / '
.. Manicure Set _ -__$1.50 to $12.50 upon such exquisite blendings.
Parasol _____________.$1.98 to 10.00 Bart Schaffner & Marx"Hosiery ,
r EGYPTIAN EFFECTS. PERSIAN EFFECTS Overcoat $2000 to $25.00 .
............ .25c to $2.00
j i / : i.oo $1:50: VENETIAN EFFECTS, PARISIAN EFFECTS Walking Cane $1.00 to $2.00
Ivory Toilet Set .... to !
The marvellous lowness of prices will astonish you. Silk Shirt $-100 to $7.60 r
Fur Neck Piece$5.00 to $7.50 ;
Ostrich Boar __.______$2.50 to $7.50 In order to facilitate chasing and buying, we have Dress Gloves. Silk and Kid..__$3.00 '
assorted the various purchases into five lob only. Pearl Gray Hat ..........__..$3.00
Evening Drens Length.i.75 to $10
i'ancy: locks 60; Kumfy Kloth, Coat Length..__$i.38 Lot 1 :
Pnjnmn I Suit, Silk or Mn-lr
Mesh llnj .. ..$1.50 to $10.00 .... ,. ,
us, Handkerchief,plain or 1800 YARDS) I"ANCIUBIION worth up to :HSc:) fl.f.0 to. .fJ( 00
Initial' licit" .....-...,,, ,,._.11.50 I
9m2fJ; 'fauIGiW Sweater Initial :::::::::::_-|3.r.Q ir.e to $1.2S Sale Price 16c (Cold and l Silver Knlnfr..OO to $7.00 &roth.GP
l'rCu! S Shew.s==..r.. $ Lot 2
t icl'tei' P 2700() YARDS PLAIN AND FANCY IllllHONS. -- ---

worth up (to ((10 cents\

Sale price 23c Tn n\nv

Lot 3 I t.a.tHe) Sel..i: la70c $110;

urrtn fH 1't.1t 2.-.00( YAUDM PLAIN AND t.'ANCtttuunNfot.% jjrtllsts ;___;;__;;=; l Irt $1.5075c
mirth In 7il rent / /
Hosiery ._l5e( to fiOe ( ;!1 Up / (;'aerlues1lrasses ;:::::;.;;;;;;;-- (Id $1.23t06 !
---------------i 50e to $300 ( 'J Said I prfed 27e ."' l"fA tfl 1.50
1 I fjn a -------------- 1
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Lot 4 11".tt-. g96!! Id !torr"8e
AII.t.tt; _$f.r.O ttt 't I 13.fill _11 "I1 ut :===:=:::-: =::: i *-
t'-------------- find In US l KM i ) 1170 i \'X III)4) 1'IA1N AiNI) I'AiM'V HIIWONtf( s II iaiHI =====:=:::======:=!! lo 4oali
fl--------------__|Hl!U>IIU( tg.lnl i, f C)_ ttiiHh UN I tn*' Ilillll -- PilrFy I'IRsttin 19 8JM
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1i.11h 11'1: ;+1;;1a,7ifis|lt( \f: _:: : :-::::g-_$In I J I:3!:: \!f :?' Lot B 9Y1llmll wie.JH. r. "tq =============='1 E tg $3: ;afhawlain

$ ------------$ . t a |.lnppmu ,jJ'KilIJJ dIIItJ'e) 1 1300 YAH1W 1 IM' !1INNIl TANTV IWH10NH, J.o J.'ll/' 1or..forte -----======='lyij tq ?50Q
IIr..4 --------f no? t. fl.oo wlh HP In fl&it Wool\ Vests __-- _____-__.EOc (p 750
/ttl(1Jirfel': ? Sale price 49c"p/ I


TIMELY SUGESTIONS FOR TilE FESTIVE BOARD A full line of Richelieu Pickles, Preserves, Jams and SpicedFruits
It will pay you to get our priceson
Figs and Mince Meats.
New Nuts, both whole 1 and shelled; New Popcorn. The kind of Cheese we carry, Includes goods before buying, as we have a large stock that was

Stuffed and whole Dates. Limberger, Imported Roquefort, Neufchatel, Cream, Snappurchased before the advance.

Crystalized Cherries and Ginger. py, Welch Rarebit, Imperial, Pimento, etc., etc.


Dickson-Ives Company


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I Ilfid li't r.oll.lfi>

No tobacco ::
imported -I4eed.4t m..fhll' rtt III ,,::1'1.'$ .. tll.. _

1 r.,.tl i eii} lit ItJtI'1hh1! marl far tl.--

litre t \ n..4nt"iII, !1.$1 ennteiiiii' ) |jq $OrUl.iju I -
in regular seasjgn, JRdga'
can touch Virfcmia \\ i.iuitv, of IMrtnw, will r>re uenate iI. jrl
(. of Judge J. W. IVrljns, of OsI )-
OVirginia and, who will conduct court in Polkutility. Sturdy as the Oak"
The fcheruf's office was busy
>terday notifying the thirty-sis
"people' whose names were drawn Fours Sixes and Rights-Speeders, Roadsters and Touring Cars,
from the ballot !box to I>e here on that $705; to $1570 .F. O. II. Factory.

, date to serve as grand and petit' In the Oakland you get power with the added feeling that you
jurors. They are as follows: drive the best looking car on the road. The Oakland Northway

G. II. Morgan, A. Hernan.It, John Motor speeds' up to 2,500 revolutions per minute, but that i U only
i: \V. Pounds, J .Johnson: G. K. Pom- half the story of the wonderful responsive power of the Oakland:
l ero)'. M. n. Irwin U.: II. Ixickhart.fhaa. Fours, Sixes and Eight The motor i is the most powerful made.
C. Jones, Paul Mucy. I"'. E.: With its small bore, long stroke and large; \'aln'o1..wetl: | of revolutions
Manor, C*. F. John, J, },.'. KlmH. I.. !' mean a continuous How of power It means not only smooth
brought i.. Payne I{. E'" Joliimon, (i. W. 11'1111.I going; on the level road, but n (hill climbing ability uiwipassed.
\v. 1'. phiiiip, ('. i I':. cu nid.'y, u. i I':.
lu-y. L. llartmim. P. A, Horn !Phillip
tobacco into the
cigarette halt, Clinton! HnMing. Frank I 11.( OaklandFours

world the best ciga- Pound Fritnk I lyre.*, 11. II. CntimLi,
... II. C. Harold, i It(. W. Ixxran, J. A.
\ earth Juilctt, Luther A. Dnptwilrr) L. I'
rette tobacco
s.Y1L I on
. Dean n. I'. Dcnrborn, Jasper' Joiner, and Sixesare
\ \:' comes from there. The J.V. Grates, J. D. Prescott
\ ,_ It is not believed, that the coming not only powerful, they are the most strikingly handsome
I ; choicest mellowest Virginia term at Orlando will be more than Jars on the road.
two weeks in duration, since the number -
.. tobacco into of cases which have been filed l.-Flying Wedge Lines Give Least Wind Resistance
1\\\\ goes for disposition in the court are to 2.-Low Center of Gravity with Usual Road Clearance

\ Piedmonts. Thus Piedmonts date fifteen civil and two criminal. 3.-Great Strength with Li Weight
\ \\ t 4.-High Speed Motor with Great Power

I \ ,, \*. -- have grown to be WINTER:" RESIDENTS: ARRIVEMr. 5-.'-Economy with Luxury

These are Oakland points of SUPERIORITY, all of which are
ii the biggest-selling cigarette and Mrs. August Wilkin and
found in no other car.
t daughter, Miss Dora, arrived in the
jJlai in America. Try city yesterday afternoon on the Tam- I

pa Special, coming from Chicago, III., :
'p them-today I where they have spent the summer, : J. B. Magruder Jr.

and immediately went out to Gotha, ,
where they wil occupy their winter PHONE 34
ar. residence as has been their custom I
for a number of years. They have a

wide circle of friends in Orange; coun- The Proper Christmas Card
ty who are delighted at their return.

When they left their Northern home Is!' engraved to order] for your personal u e.Ve have a beautiful
for the South, Mr. Wilkin said it was I line of samples! and have taken several orders during the past
Knowing quite hard.Tampa !. I

week.It is a pleasure] to show you these beautiful samples even if
you do not order.

T S Special \Y. S. BRANCH





4 Standard) Railroad of tho South
IO for
Kc-lnnugurutcti& Nov. 15h-lGth{ SHEET METAL CO.


Schedule-Daily Metal, Slate, Tile, Tin, Asbestos,
) : STATION NOTES: AUXILIARY ROUTES TO DIXIE': The remainder of the meeting will Lv. Ar.
1IKJHNVAY; WILL UK: SETTLED 1 be devoted to-well, the local talent 12:45 p. m. Tampa 4:00: p. m. and Rubber RoofingsCornices
AT GAINESVILLE from the various sections of the state 1:20 p. m. Plant City 3:25 p. m.
Drenncn Fla., Dec 1.-At the call 1:38 Lakeland
m. 3:07
of lair Blackman, Orange count "' who want to pull the roads their way. 2:52 p.p, m. Kissimmee 1:51: p.p. m.m. Skylights, Dealing VenlilallDfl. ft!rial Ceilings
) There will be some "dark horses"on An effort is being made to have the 3:22 p. m. Orlando 1:20 p. m.
field secretary of Christian Endeav the program at the highway meet. orchestra, glee club and athletic association 4:05 p. m. Sanford 12:43 p. m.
orers a meeting of the young people ing in Gainesville December 9. The of the University of Florida 5:54 p. m. Palatka 10:44: p. m Works: 14 E. Church St. ORLANDO
7:30 p. m. Ar. Jack'lle Lv. 9:15: a. m.
)f this vicinity was held Sunday af- committee on entertainments have give an entertainment for the visitors
.ernoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. completed their part of the program Thursday evening. Equipment will consist of Pullman

Thomas Frint, with a view to organ- but they have left certain open dates. L.Broiler-Observation Free Reclining Chairs Parlor Cars Cars Stan-A. C.
ling a Christian Endeavor society. I The delegations from those sectionsof HAVE GONE TO HOUSEKEEPING dard Vestibuled Coaches and Com-
ommittees were appointed and a the state where routes for the tributary bination Coach and Baggage Cars.
leeting is to be held next Sunday roads and connecting links for Mr. and Mrs. Elton A. ROeS and

'fternoon in the Sunday school room the Dixie highway lave not been selected children Milton and Blanche, wto re- Yancey Meat Market Inc.FULLY
t 3 o'clock. All young people are will fill these dates. I Gently arrived in this city, having For Information Call on .
irdially invited. There will be nothing cut and motored all the way from Mills, Pa., W. D. WHITE, D. T. A. PAID UP
The Towonto Literary Club will dried about this part of the program.It !and Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Ford who W. R. O'NEAL, C. P. & T. A. T. A. YANCEY Jr. Pro and
eet Friday evening at "York Cot- wilt be straight from the shoulderand accompanied them from Washington,
ge" with Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Lem. sizzingly extemporaneous. Cer- | D. C., who have been making their ORLANDO, FLORIDA
tain South Florida counties have not home at the Lawrence House, have
:n. __ _n .,_ _ ,. 'q __ Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice
decided which the rented through Messrs. &
Several new scholars were added of cross 'glades Cooper
the Drennen school Monday morn.r. highways shall be a part of the i' Atha, the attractive home of Mrs. ORLANDO IS FAST PROVINGITS Florida and Western Meats
A stove and a well were re- Dixie. The counties which send the Franklin Vail, 716 West Church
itly placed in use, which adds much biggest delegation and the strongest I street, and moved thereto, where they NAME Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Game, Etc.

the comfort and convenience of the batteries of 42 centimetra oratory will welcome their friends in the fu Special' Attention/ to Hotel' and Out of Town Order
Id ing. will get the road. ture. "City Beautiful"There
Buslnns' 'Ijj P.O. BOX aa6
Ir. and Mrs. Charles S. MacMahan The program opens with a meeting moms \ Realdence, ,133 Cor. Orange Av.. and Church St.
entertaining friends from Porno- of the executive committee of the SHORTAGE CAnS have been over 10 miles of

Florida. Central Highway Association, in the brick streets put down within the
r. Charles S. MacMahan has a board of trade rooms at 7:30 o'clock, Local automobile dealers are be- city limits in the past year, borderedon
motor boat on Lake Jennieel. Wednesday evening. The directorswill moaning their fate because they have each side by concrete side walks
meet at the same place at 8 not received the cars from the fac- which will be completed this winter.
ecial Thanksgiving services were o'clock. The board of trade and the tory as quickly as desired. This indicates Beautiful homes demand beautiful Dr. Henry G. HanchettPianist

Sunday in connection with the ladies of Gainesville will hold a get- that the automobile industryin sidewalks and streets, and it takes

ie Jewel Union Sunday school. A together meeting for the visitors at I Orlando is booming. Many automobiles I all three to make a beautiful city.If and Teacher

by Captain Albertson on the ori- the Masonic Temple the same even- are already sold but can not a, good sidewalk has not been MUSICAL DEPARTMENTS

)f Thanksgiving day, and music ing. Cigars and refreshments will be be delivered as they have not ar put down in front of your place you Adelphi National Park and Brenau Colleges.
quartet were the special fea- served. rived. are not doing your part to make the Sometime Metropolitan and Beethoven Conservatories.
of the program. The SundayI The meeting Thursday, December city beautiful. Director Monteagle] and Florida Chautauquas.Choral .
is preparing for a Christmas 9, will open in the tabernacle, with Read the Morning Sentinel for the and Orchestral Societies.
Organist of Two Fifth Avenue (N.Y.) Churches.
tad plans are well under way for music by the University of Florida news. lOc. a week delivered.Convinced.
terestng program of songs and band followed by the invocation by Call the About 300 in New York City. Also before Columbia
tions in connection with it. Dr. N .B. O'Kelley, pastor First Baptist I Recitals Cornell, Pennsylvania, Peabody, Vassar Smith, and
I ORLANDO CONCRETE and other Universities, Colleges Assemblies and Clubs
'ut 5 o'clock of an afternoon re- church, Gainesville. Welcome in Lectures in all parts of the country.
Captain Albertson president I behalf of the city and the board of WORKSand

Tioga County Humane Society, trade will be extended respectively by I get figures on all classes of con- New Music Studio ready Dec 1st at 107 America Street.

w York State, saw one Harry Hon. Christopher Matheson, mayor, "Yes. said the specialist, as he crete work. Temporary Address 511 Anderson St.
1 rural mail carrier of this vi- and Dr. A. Murphee, president of stood by the sick contractor, "I can
the University of Florida. Responsewill cure you." Phone195 401 Long St.
driving a horse, corner of Or-
j "What will it cost" asked the sick
venue and Church street which I be given by lion. T. Ed. Bryan, man faintly."Ninetyfive. ,
the most wretched and deplor- president of the Central Florida dollars.
ndition, in every way possible Highway Association. I "You "will have to shade your price S. Helen Graves Pansy Plants, Rose
> a little, replied the contractor. "I
eive. The left fore foot was Reports of the officers will be given "
got a better bid from the undertaker. CLINT BASSPHONE Bushes Petunia
pled that it dragged; along the by T. Ed. Bryan, president; L. P. The specialist stood pat on his price Shampooing, manicuring facial and ,
and more than half of the Dickie, secretary; E. W. Elliott, 'I and his competitor got the job. body massage scalp treatment for ITSWestjefferson
We are specialists in our line of falling hair given under modern PlantsLeave
gas worn away. When the treasurer. Hon. Edward Scott, chair- I
1 work and sanitary conditions prevail. scientific principals. My treatment Street
f ;pped, ne pavement all about man of the state highway commis- : It will pay you to stay on the safe for same has given entirely satisfactory -
was covered with blood in a sion, will speak on the aims and ob- i side. I' results. Mr special facial massage Successor your orders here
rhile. Officer Hozarth was jects of the commissoin.The I brings back the youthful appearance .
: Orlando I of your former self by develop Hand Wood CompanyWood
nd arrested this old offender afternon session will consistof ;
lag the of the face neck etc.
humane laws who was nr- an address on road maintenance Price for witchr" of 1 the best quality Violet Dell Florist.J.
before Commissioner' Sperry liy George S. Scales, U. S. department Steam on application. Appointment ran be of All Kinds .
I Laundry made by phone, "19. Hours from 9 .
where he
neon, plea.led not of agriculture; transportation to 12 a.tn.,1oiip.in.! .; PROMPT SKNMCKJi>
lie was tried, convicted and 'I by W. M Cook} address I l.y W. 1'. I FRENCH Din CLI ANF'. tS t'ARLOItM1'ne11.1)uckwnrih RlyilSO PRICK M, CARUTIIERS
and ordered to discontinue !>">. Each address will be followed :, LAUNDEtlEttS>+ > tluildinif
B I ""orFe. I !'If> discussion 1 PHONG 88 (loom \tt, 1 Orlando, t'lofldd 1.111! 801, 401 ieutb liege itr


fishing Monday. Have not heard the moat I enjoyable day. H. IMiMMMMMMMMMIMIIMMMMIM
ITEMS: FROM TAFT "all Miss Helen Isermtn, of Lake Mary,
result ns yet, but we presume

wife TACt spent Fla.,Thanksgiving IH-C. 1.-J. II. day Estes with and I tho Next largest Saturday ones got and away.Sunday" the I j spent Friends chen. ,the the weekendisiting guest of Miss Elsa lien.with I : "No Nursery Tree Is A First-Class Tree ;

district superintendent -
Rev. Dr. R. A. Carnine, :
friends in Kissimmee. will be here for tho Mrs. Ida Brown of Trilby, spent a
Ceo. K. Thomas, I.. Bradford, and I week with her sister, :
Saturday and Few days of last .
went to Pine Castle i quarterly conference "k '" T'71 Unless Budded
A. Warner
Mrs. E. I :
t Saturday :Mrs. T. F. Cross and family.
lie preach I
Sunday. ?
T ianksgivingand
for their !
Thursday a
I II evening at 7:30 and Sunday morning Misses Gladys and Grace Tildename : z }
picnic dinner. out and let home from the Woman's- College
returned home at 11:30. All come from Bearing
Mr. S. B. Vaughn I have lots of peoplein at Tallahassee for a short va : r
last Thursday from Battle Creek I him see that we ration over the weekend.Mrs. I :

Mich., and other Northern points Taft. E. Croft, of llomosassa, is I :
i who has been A.
where he has been spending thee Miss Julia Holly, I of known
I het | trees
Mrs. F.V.. Martin came seriously ill, is slowly improving.. spending several days visiting 6 a
summer. business visitor daughter, Mrs. T. F. Cross. : k asQuantity -
Mr. J. II. Estes was a
with him for the winter. !
IesdameslacDonald., Collier,
Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Nelson, the in Orlando Monday.J. ) ,
popular hosts of the Nelson House, F. McKinnon, county superin- Maurice, and Miss Bourne attended and
Thanksgiving dinner to tendent, and Miss II. B. Layton visited the Grace Guild at the home of Rev

gave few a of free their bachelor friends, which our school on Monday and were and Mrs. Thompson, of Ocoee, on last \
a The next meetingis
included N. McKain, R. K. Harriman, looknig over the situation in regard Friday afternoon. ' of Pro-
club. They I with Mrs. MacoDnald the second Quality
registered -
II. II. Child, J. A. Simms, and to forming a l t
at the Nelson Souse. Thursday of December. __ s ; {
Mrs. A. L. Wright, Little Grace Hudson went to Linden -
wife went to On Tuesday
S. S. Bowman and 3
Winter Park to enjoy Thanksgivingday Mrs. J. II. Estes, Mrs. C. II. Nelson, last Thursday to stay with her ,xr4. } duction.--O.W.

with Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Holdorf, thought they ought to go to Orlando. mother until sl.'hooopeng\ again.
eon-ln-law and daughter.The They convinced A. L. Wright that he Thanksgiving day was honored by
their brick toad from Orlando ought to take them in his auto, so the people of Oakland by holding religious Conner.
hew he ought services itt the thtlrch at EEl
to khsltnmee that runs through Taftis Mh Wright too his aul as
ehIi satisfaction, fiterjr; to ahd they alt \\-ehlln Wright's auto to:!10. the Thahk gitih proclamation
felvlhg t it i is! highly ehIhUslastU fur which they ought to be Ihahkfui given by the president Was! read frees Ilk* these! Will Work tof yeti\ whll yeti\ bleep, tfeey Uh"'et
tone that passes! Btelhbotk; folidwed\ by aft takes tifn@. Cenlrtet fof YOUfl wppl NOW.
abort JL I Ktlitof Wood: tdth@ 16 Mf Wright fUf his! auto by" IteV gfawn evcfnighti it ;
hotWilhslahtling till! MF 8. ItUk\ 6f Oflahtld, Is! ftioVlHJfhis : esf reUlShdi1r! UF9@ from the JOOth

genial edhlfaFy l epinien h@F@ H i! that' he! ii i! t ft petia!i this week\ pfefiaFlhg toRp@R 1'sftlm! by Hev: Latham J t} The Wi 0
th@ future '1U aFFangeil\ \ fep a basket\ dmnei t
hi fetire t in ne.aF
gheyld new :
anyone *
"hUU elf" in offlt ways \ where number' t pathBFetl : In their advertising and by aetual ,demonstration! TUB 06KI W AHA
putting dawn anything f t .,. We are infermed thai em@ Fifteen @F 8th (pane Two years ago
M\ brick| Feadi h@f@ he wgyld l II@ twenty families! are etpeeted gPQn l | : A t be, ntlfyl tlinngF was I@pF@ad( NURSEIURg, I began, to educate the public as to what really constituted! a real, first-class t

drummed\ Rut Pf tnwni t It !i4 R great t wto will locate find build en the new- tad ft pleasant( sppial i I time was @p@nt'f J nursery tre of citrus! fruits The public when shown in our teat groves what could! be ae?*

incentive tq invest a* new plapes I ly gNir@d preperty west pf town, In the! afternoon Revsteinbocfc Iwo Bond ft44rlSiit1 and pomplished by planting trees as they are grown{ in our nurseries:! began to call for, yea! PK<
homes being under the management pf: Mri W. A. .were! given by
been in
being cleared that have not existence
are Securities pf Winter Garden, MANU trees that were:! properly propagated TODAY
; of the Orlando' Mr. 0 ,
will soonbe manager !
the line) and
along, '
built all suit in -
strong proauction.
settled with neat farms company temperance and prohibition, The five yews, are clamoring "FEPIGttEED" for their : : nursery:

and thickly houses The appraisers for the drainage day was an ideal one for a picnic. What would YOU do in their place, Mr. Planter? Why of course you would sell your

Mr. Proctor is enlarging his store commission are still at work and it Those present from a distance were. trees and adopt the surest method. But you are a BUYER, not a SELLER, and YOU ARE

apace by taking out offices, etc., is evident that we will get the canal taxes Dr. and Mrs Merritt Garden and, and son,Mr.Lawrence T interested in the very best result you can get from your grove when you have spent your
the of Winter
whether we get ,
decided improvement.Mr adjusted
which makes a I into bearing.
and to bring
hU While there is life here is D. Wren, of Ciermont. time money
is treating not.
0, I* Quigley or those who claims Intended for that alone, but buy your trees where
Fourth street to a coat of hope, and we are holding up wonder The following are among Then do not be mislead by purpose
house on
which improve 1U appearance fully. have registered at the Oakland hotel you are absolutely safe. Get them from the OCKLAWAHA NURSERIES, the originators

immensely.And i paint, There is prospect of a milk route recently: O. I.. Winter, WhiU. of proper practices in propagation for the express purpose of producing the one thing

still tho good work goes on. being! established through town which Springs; W. F. Bulwer, St. Augustine J. A. Florida needs In the market, first-class fruit and plenty of It.
A, L. Wright U painting hU store will 'be ft &great convenience. Now we if ; J. G Jacksonville, bents, J. H. Barclay; Our trees will cost you more, may be fifteen to thirty cents more, but Professor Shnmel'awork
will in an ice plant Rudolf, ;
and Mr. Avery has paint. some one put
and garage, and store houlie.lnr'thinK will lemon ice. Our let now comes H. M. Breeker, J. n. Dillard, KUsm- in California has demonstrated that an Increase of 50 per cent can be obtained our
ed his new garage Oakland V, C. then U the fifteen to thirty cents In
: brightening "p. from Orlando or Klsslmmee. A plant rune} H, B Nicholson, } Any, over the ordinary method of propat'ftUon.

Ceo, K, Thomas is 1 ,also having his here would be n pitying proposition.\ Mclaughlin\ Rutland, Vt} K.: C. Tub comparison) CATALOGUE I'IUI'-\Vrit; : : for It,
. I but, Atlanta, nR,1} J. 1':. Aimed, By:*
Addition' minted. I
new Wfl hail noticed n large l 'Wnl flying( I OAKLAND NIMH NOIT.HOukhiiul : ton; A. I'. Cone' RUhmond, VH.J; 8
it hardy. Jimp. Atlantis, H. II. Julius,
In' the air lately, 1lItfit!\ itotUMng 1 -=== fry..,,,,, '
II. .
I 'IIIII'I."tllll, M. ( .i Mm W. )
,,, It Whit" turkey 1 It'llttcriMiii (
In imrtli'uhtr 1iIlI'I.1| | I \ I'lii,, Dec. l.Iir.l Nurseries
liiixxnnli. hut, InvpMlgnlluii. .. |lrllv",1) and fiiwlly, of Opknlimnit, In., 1I'IItIIl.' (want I /oiit>, Ocklawaha

the .stork fast mail, for winter, home
.., that It wart have come to make their
listen, (Horn, to IWmnnlpr nnd Mrs. here\\ mid,, itH rnjolnjj one of the CIIAMii': (01'.. I,0'A'IION O. W. Conner I'roprlctnr'I'nnuerlnr, I'lorlda.

(I. 11. llrloklry, on Hundiiy, n ilmtirlitcr. ,tartan rultagesl --

AH doing. well The t population A fine tmhy\ girl nrrl\e l nt the Tim 1'lorldn" Rent llMnte:. and investment *

of Taft N Incrrnplnu rnpidly. I home of Mr. nnd Mrs. T. 1\ Cross Company hiss" irmo\eil Its I G. G. WRIGHT Agent Orlando Florida | |

Rev U. J. Brewer U improving I'rMny, November 20. olTicc In Mr. llrnrdicl' residence, 101In ,
nicely. He prrnchcd to us on Sunday Thutksgiv >\t. Central' n\cnue. The company
\ VUk'n family spent
with Mr. .
and on MondayUitcil day with Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Viokat I i will continue to buy trod Fell real rn- . . . . a. 11' 1 . . . 1 ..
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friends in fine Castle.N. lust' Winter Park where they had n I lute t .. . . . . . . . 1 . . . 1 1 . . .1. 1 1w s "
McKuIn nnd (J. II. Thomas went

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Scene at Lakoiew Heights -- /

The beautiful old pine hills overlooking the pretty lake are to be found at Lakeview Heights

Lakeview Heights: is only a few
desirable in Florida.
which is something very unusual and most

lots around the Lake can be had from
minute ride from Orlando on a brick road. Large bungalow

$30; to $150; each. Five and ten acre tracts facing brick road offered at extremely. low prices. For

further information write or call on.WALTER. .


I For One,1U It>4TFS:......?5: SENTINEL WANT ADS ARE READ BY 10,000 PEOPLE F'ur One( 1 ::ij----------$ '.aA I

FOH HENTFurnished: rooms m
new house; furnace heat, bath, hot H R. BERRY. I
and cold! water. There Mill be borne
chilly days. 405 West street.
ll-30-6t: - ::1
qIN !
FOR RENT-3 furnished rooms for A complete line of Ford Accessories -

light housekeeping, with kitchen
t REAL ettes. Apply Tresher 503 West Cen- ; a staff of expert mechanics -j
tral avenue. 11-27-Ctc FOR SALEA
: .--- to render satisfaction in alls
FOR RENT-Furnished flat for light .
ESTATE/ housekeeping; also large furnishedbed Just lines of Automobile Repair
V rooms; 1 block from center of :
town. 209 Palmetto street. 11-27-tfc Work. Vulcanizing. Oils and I.I.j
V yMOTEL. Real EstateTRACY j
fine lot 55 ft. by 130 ft.
FURNISHED FLAT TO RENT, with I Gasoline, and fair and square
all modern improvements, including I I
private bath. 615 E. Ridgewood ave- I prices. S. West St. $2300.
& IERVILLE-Carpen-
nue, near Lake Eola. Call at O. K.
FARMLANDSDROVESFOR ll-27-6t ters and cabinet makers. Screen
Bakery. doors and windows, frames, sleeping
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porches, counters,, shelving, showcases
FOR furnished I
RENT-Nicely rooms For Nine YearsWe
refrigerators, alterations
in new, modern home; one-half
'I additions. We keep a number of
block from Anderson street near St.Luke's
skilled workmen constantly on hand. have been in
hospital. Reasonable rates for business at the
SALE 18 East Church street. 12-2-lmo
the season. 406 Margaret street.
-- ------- -- \0-29-tf I :same location, Corner of South
new modern bungalow, with six I RESIDENCE PROPERTY. Main and Church Streets.
large rooms, hall, bath, and with every FOR RENT-By the season month, I OWNER NON-RESIDENT,
convenience to make a desirable home; or year, one upstairs flat for light I Phone 226
nice lot desirable location near Lake housekeeping; also other rooms, and AND MUST SELL IN 15
Cherokee; ; price reasonable; house garage, electric lights and bath in DAYS. WILL PRODUCE Orlando's Leading Repair Shop ,
of No- house. Apply 300 East Conc rd ave.
will be completed part NET INCOME OF 10 PER
vember. Also have a six room cot- 9-10-tfc and Garage
tage and a smaller bungalow, with CENT.
and terms to suit purchaser. FOR RENT Rooms large, -
I ; airy upstairs -
Have also several furnished rooms for bed room recently papered, This property located corner of I :LUlube-r. I.sit11acid; Si1Ii1 'les
rent. Address Kentucky Home, oil : nicely furnished, twin iron beds convenient Magnolia and Concord Avenue. Right
Palmer street, Orlando. 1'hone C&G. toilet and hath Also kitchenette in the center of the finest residential
lM2-lmo and of dining Nice-
use room.
of Orlando. Lot 85x90) rest
Iv located. Reasonable! rates. AddYe ;
A $3,500( JSAICGAIN ( s "landlord.," care of the Sentinel. den e built one year, and containstwo d

Ten acre young grapefruit grove, 11-1(.1 mocj apartments of four rooms each;
two and n half 'in 'bearing, new four modern in every reject. Owner has

room cottage and bath, Iturllal'hlrk.mile from- j FOR RKNT: -An apartment( & of fournicely agreed to nell for $!.: :iO. Term'
tn yard and houses; llllO .
roud. furnished nxtinn 1It'I'nrnt| ) cash balance In 3: .
city limits Ju t niT 'brl"'k 'IOOQ yenra.Thla
bath, hot water, t'1l'trllI 'hh, { ;
OWNER. I' 0. 1JOX 676 new hUll II""ry desirable; ndulUny. pj U undoubtedly the \best buy ORLANDO
11-uMmc (< GUI MAJno11vt'! ll-KJ-tfe: In Orlando today. For full particu
- Inn ace the exclusive! agenti.COOPER .
FOR NAU-UweUlnlt: fix rooms, FOR RENT: Summer cottage; also & A'fllA Cement Agatite Plaster and Lime
practically new, nice condition with suite of four room with 3 bed; i ,
lawn bearing citrus fruit trees roses, lint for light housekeepIng .
also :3 room '
: ,
and shrubbery; near Lake Kola: ; very ; electric )lights, bath, telephone, ,, ..114 South Orange Avenue. .... . ft
desirable location $1,000, terms.k attractive: grounds $1-I per monthup. : U.:2M2t ,
Address ""Owner Uox 33, Orlando iu It Concord avenue. ,
j.a| 11.16.1moe 1 .2H.lme I TWO I'OU ONE-HOUSE: SALE:

FOR BALK Fresh Jersey cow with FOR RI.NT--3 suites of new light I The two homes I have for Bale at
heifer calf. Oentle. Easy milker. housekeeping rooms, with all conveniences I the price of one are located on lot 78
Family pet. Six years old. (Jiving Toot front facing .east with a depthof
three gallons milk per day. Inquireof { pleaspant I1plghhorhood\, "homey"\ 185 C..et. number 400 Magnolia
park n sunny
near "I Am Not A Slave To
Mrs. Roberts( at Forage flrocery. ,place 41-2 blocks from odoITice.! avenue, between Livingston and Ame MyKitchen"
12-l-3t_iFOU 307 East! Pine street. 121.6t'FOR lia. The section of splendid homes,
with grand old oaks arching the
WALK-A MONEY MAKtilt streets.
Furnished 14 room house, on brick RENT-House on Lakevlew' 'the modern 2 story house has on
street, arranged for light: housfkeepInjfi avenue newly fialhted, fix rooms first (loon! parlor* living room dining
Splendid" location i large lottefcis. slut bath. inquire bCY.. it. Ktturt room, kitchen, | antsy toilet and lays
Owner, 10 W. Cohrnr.l nte. phone loot-3: rings.! 12-t-ote! ftterjr, large.; living fmrth oh the frotit
hU, ll-8-1Wl'. and! slile, lit HI,... tear porch.
---------- tllHMH WHIMS)( ttl I Lnf fur lilth\ : OH the Mctihu floor are! 11 Infre t

rou HAJ'M: j-=(MI* ttt'W} W* t Ip utlhlt ttuUl-keCihtfi l | HO l hnhtlt. I "I""II/hlt? ttJt.I11< .Well It \Ming tats
; {twOyi' i jh" wind.M4J l Mini Iltllll'I','; M.UHI' imiiitiVpittpHl, !*, (M"tlf" e IHrtUUfc iW! / '\ Hey! (ilfiPit' l tllf not annS pfdwaieFr \ Mary Sun hino finds that her llll-Rll -ldtchcu gives
A l WnlH" l'lIIUll'1t1| FWHUirtMj.trF', 1 I lrt Mi I liflnUtltth.. (UiflJ1 i.l al-",. nri t'wilt atgpaSFppi
OrMHtft* Mt'IIU l>1 / as1-ill) ,Klppl'llttf l rtrH! tt..1It
yUtl BuyUt: \ I "l IH isi"o1 \ iPfrttHBH t-4
her tilt fiwdiun E 8li tines lier (iirinmH4| ( without When
f ftif 1It11,: !tt@Ifitl tfi'pUe*\ ? : \ nIiopiiiK| ft worryt
$IMIH NAl.ti AT )IIAIIflAINIF JI Nrrrl!P two fitOFV f(ifs J !It eiMllteM rimml) t thY fU#|U IM high''I slut titl!)ern RIF'nlNp HIM Chu rtiturn R turn nf R VHlve! tart l htir dinner (lno Kfntf=*v@n l h@fnrP Ph tflKes off
( will rant F n |.iUtP. y (urn'|.'hed, m.I'flll.' dwFllnet.modern tisliYt'tiences \: ttatsllaF
I\l1411rt1!\ i nil n t/raFtiva/ IIlmtl, two puatoflica, ishrFhea!:' two Tits. ouse r i'i itewly iwlnlftl' and N- bar wthjki,
fltlW\\ awn ant.ahrui. \ I.altsIola |ducks|" = from purptr Jackson= \ hung
ereij! throughout, M>4> Iii are it
{ two PtoriBs' five rMomn, bath, and) Webs *>M r (;U, Jiti, A, KnQ, Ia wired for electric= lights, 'fixture!
screened slenmng., porfh, and IiIHHlller ,HHr'r; installed\ I, also pnnnectfcd with gad Intact
lining room, Atf-liesn. Owner, HQ; you will And every convenience
;)U7, or mil: at aia:i Hnmaw.y, FOR RENT: -Furnifcheil light housekeeping necessary for home comfort, If you "My Gas Range is my servantnotmy
U.tO-dw-tt roorna116 Jtuone street.
da not care to use the entire house
t 12-1-31: the location so near the "Wyoming,"I
FOR SALE-FOR; KENT-Houses, insures rentals of spare rooms at master"
furnished and unfurnished. Also FURNISHED: ROOMS-Also lower extra good }prices. Always in demand -
some splendid Iota Call and bee whatI flat for light housekeeping, all con or if you care to rent the en-
have to otter I.etor.ou buy or veniences. 211 East: Jackson street, tire house and occupy during the
rent Mrs. II, H. Leake 45: East: Pins near Methodist church. 12-2-fit tourist season the 3 room cottage on
street or 312 liroadway. Phone 17J.: I the premises in the rear, you would "It requires so little of my time and energy to prepare appetizing meals on my Gas
108dw.lmo WANTED derive a rental by which the property
could be made to pay itself out. Itange that I can devote myself so much more to the pleasure. of making my house a I
FOR SALE:, olt TRADE: for good WANTED-To list all kind. of prop There I U a garage, barn, and chick.en .
automobile, 10 acre tract, 7 acre erty for sale or rent. 1 am having house, etc. Fruits of various truehome."
cleared and under fence fruit trees, ft manp application for houses, furnished kinds, everything right up to now and
room house, Irrigating plant burn and and unfurnished I will be just a little above the ordinary in
garage, 0 mile from city on brick glad to list what you have Mr. many ways.
road. Address" "Trade," care of the H. II. Locke, 45 Kant Pine street It doe. riot require much ready
.Sentinel. Orlando, Fla. il-18-lmoc Phone 17D.\ l0.tldw.lmo'IV'ANTII money; n mnuM cash payment from
renporiMliile I"II'U" will ntvure the
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FOR SA 1.1-A: good five\ room house, :!) :Milk row Ak P'..porn property.'
1'It'rlre U. VWO.< : A bargain at I
c' I. (
and) A.
Church ulieet
lit tine\ condition In io<>d location; Man ut
that figure.
Trot and cold! water; three lots; n targain rn II fIIl\'l.\ I2-l-nt i I':. C'. -.'UIIN' (;. ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO
for quick bu>'er. Summcrlln._ll'JOtfcFOR \V'ANT1'l--To: do general housewoik. Room III. McNeil) & DjvU! Work.
by middle aged white vsomnn. (sod 10.21: -tfcSlefflons'
SALE:-Fine middle horso, cheap. r..r'renl'e".lcIre..." R. J..., care Sen GAS DEPARTMENTIIIIIIIIIIIIMIMMIIMIIilllllllllllli
Sec Jas L. tiles. 11. &.Ht: tinel. 1 .I.n.:

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1 FOR SALE-Ijirpe refrigerator and LOST
other market fixtures, cheap. Jas.' MillineryL.ntES'
A. Knox. 11-27-tfc:: 1.0HT-I.nJics solitaire diamond ring.
Liberal reward for return to the

FOR SALE-At a bargain, 15 horse office of J. Schnarr, in the rear of 51 HATS
Address "Oil West Church street. 11-28-Gtc
oil engine.
Engine," care Sentinel. 11-27-Gtc
I LOST-Small open faced watch on We offer a choice selection of 11111111111111111111I
FOR SALE-Ford touring car, in pin, between Lake Lucerne and the
good shape. W. E. Beck, 404 W. Empire hotel.' :Monogram: L. B. L. on Ladies Velvet Hats at $2.00, $3.00,
Central avenue. ll-30-6tc back. Return to Orlando Bank and $4.00, $5.00, 600.
I'Trust Co. and receive reward. Childrens Hats $1.00, $1.50 and up.

FOR SALE--5 acres, cleared, under 11-3-tfc p- Our styles are so good-and our

t in fence city ,limits on brick of Sanford street flowing; well worth well; 1 I MISCELLANEOUSCEO. prices are so reasonable that you will I SOUTH APOPKA CITRUS NURSERIES H

$1.200 per acre; owner must sell at find our store the best place in the

a once: will{!! take $2,000 for the entire T. HULL CO. :city for millinery. ,
piece Address Box 833, Orlando. I

1l-30-3t Phone 103. hock llldg-. .Room 3. Slemons
Call and see us if interested in real ,
FOIL SALE-Player piano, in good estate. Buy, sell or exchange prop- Store
order; 20 pieces music; half price. erty. Rentals carefully attended to. ,
Address Box 733 city. 12-2-4tc 11-9-I moc
BARGAIN room house and large AT CHRISTMAS you will roudd and _
lot WOxSOO; at a bargain, if sold to give photographs if mate atEvans' Best Promptest
at oner. Address C., care Sentinel. No. 102 North ::Main one block !I the leading varieties of Orange and Grape-
12-2-5t north of court house. Make the appointment Auto Livery

1 I now. Phone 125. I fruit Trees in fine condition at the lowest
P nnJ l nineteen little pigs, all full ,_ __ Service
blooded Poland (China from registered I BRING YOUR CHILD am preparing -I II prices :: *.- :: ::
\hugs, at Hpiiry Parry's place! a great display of children's
on fonwny road. 12-2-Ot I photos for the fair. Want every i| b-PASSENCER
"- child. No cost to >ou. Every child
roil RENT: eight rears nhd! under! herathesmade! I
free Wednesdays. arid :
TON) ttfcNf Aliritctlt" i t.uolneohn ! tt1WAtJ's ttudlt1.: I BUICK CAR

,th. Pee: II. It iterry, at the" ruts t .} U-h ,feltnt\ 1

II11iIittt I : ; t Ilh.'tt: ., IH?lull h,wtilt"ItH'I@ PL iU "tild'lt'3 Itepfllf I We till anywhere at timeGordon's i Send today for Catalog, ascription List, and lowest

"'Ifllt\ Mpl.ll| .( .| ehrireht) ("stBVlt.ftP '- I I any
UJI, I, i t.F Mil N tis.t JrttkoHi) NO"II1.tltHIr.. with 1I\1. I make i prices to the above addressiMMMMMMMMMMiMfMHHMMMMfMMtMMMMfflMMIMIMMMMMfflM
btrpat. 1 lti@uafe I tt "r 1lahr of 111i1l.h. rsiertgg s, ,
lasses puntriipta, plc l'rtcp Lary raesunalle. Transfer Co
FOU'& 1U,NTI I Mrye pleasant fnF.riUhed ( Mra. H. iI hi4lrte, 4 fI' Feat ,

rooms, with family, I'll1 'r..et I'hone IL _Uhno 201 5, Orange Ave, Phone 487
Orange .
close in, So:$} North avenue, -=- - -=
1 11.20-8wkso I .\I\Vltrtli\ in the entlnl!', -1 I HAULING OF AIL KINDS *

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C. H. Kennerly, of Palatka,
I spent yesterday in Orlando in the interest
of the Stokes Furm Seed comjuny. .

Mr. Carl Lunford, who spent last
winter in Orlando, has recently ur-
rived from Pittsburgh, Pa., for an-

Savings checks are good ns cold. Prepare for
Ask for them whenever you buy any
thing! ll-ll/tf

Will the Indy who called at 205

MODEUN\ DAY METHODS\ nmt conservatives For North rooms Main, call street again Thursday at, once., looking "

bid lime safety nre factors (that gUY. 1.124: -tfe 1"" [ AUTUMN OF LIFE"By [

t trtt lit (the hmhairehiPht bf this tmhk
A key suppost-d, tb fU ri Vale l lock
Now, just its they rtltvitys Imve-fott t>rulittlik sue picked the street I t... .
Ut| btl bf Urlahddi -
tfE+sy.hn" tthltlt the( bttheicih tint [L}
t rUnt( *! I 1ft h eOHHHtfcIitl hunk, rtlllhp nt tttli bltltb.
Iintiutt thy FctiiiHi! tuNhteUuiM riiiil !avlny A definite! (
I9sik ltFli IIpFtIF1'\ fUF the IWftF pFOtfEs-? N! 1rllilfflfitlt'l'! liteEy( bed\ fiE:
I I4 {amount t@{u hv@@k.! WehaveeveFal
lion of its tl itfl() ilflf" interests t : uFee o :

ful pomnier9i! i Hetivity i h largely l> depend* MFR: Mr!: If: (Ii}: (fiFave*, &f MHFC : l plan' , Let
tnt upon hanking;\ service and the copers liwtit, (jih smuntf, the rp FtfltlV HF-
lion of ft I strong hank i is an important thii Fivifl zeFtian RJwly:: Wt:4 hRnHmjjRnifl': in tip explain\ them

hnsin i nsaat t. :

i atrgfet! flank Itetwttn! Jafkaanvillt and Mr.f J. T- 61n4rij\f.:\ 'left yectedayafterpoorl ...--..--
Tampa, Aver the I rA.i: tine fur
Catherine J.,ke, N. p., for.ft. -comUneJusinesu
and pleasure trip of: several
THE weeks. The Peoples National Bank

STATE BANK n.Fish M Self and& oysters Co. received 1.10.6-t/c daily./ "It Is A Pleasure To Serve You'JUST
Mrs K. "'. Marrero and baby, of
ORLANDO Sanford, arrived in Orlando yesterday *
afternoon to make this city their
home[ Mr. Marrero I.I connected with
the Orlando Water and Light earn.puny .
.; .

- - Jack Hullivflii nerttl' :
-- - = -, Unity K man r
afiar of the Yellow I'illtlltul'"r I ) 1oit). :
I"UI" Usliniiipp, npt' >ht )ypMenlny in : ,
Orlando, IIIIIIItIlIlIt wild! furiMcr/ liunl,! '
tlasd BKH'lntei( anti 'f'UIlIlIIlIt' i'N1uie,, .. . .. .........MMMiMMM. . . .. .. ...... . . .. . . . . . . . .MMMMMMetltf >.
with iiumviuda' frkinU
u DOLOROOK ........... .. .... . .. ..... .. ., .. .. . . ."... ....
llavinge rht't'luIttte iicc'pplpd, us 1I"h
In the unvlngs ilepnrlinent of the
HAYNES Dealer Peoples National Hank. ll-ll-tf : .A44..1

Mr. and Mrs. I 1) A. Kryes, who
HUPMOBILE HUPPEL B BROS R 0 S IServIce I have number been coming to Orlando for a
of winters, arrived yesterday
afternoon on the Tampa Special from RECEIVED C
Philadelphia, Pa., and are pleasantly,
domiciled at the Wyoming hotel.

Mr.! and Mrs. 1<;. H. llasselton arrived : | Some of those reliable STUDEBAKERS, 40 Horse i
I in Orlando Wednesday evening
from Glens Ful'.d! N. Y'., to spend Power Touring Cars t
their third winter. They are located
with their daughter, Mrs. John Saults,
at her home, C01 East; Amelia ave $960.00 f. o. b. Orlando

Ride Hamrick's jitney bus 5c.

Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Wright, of

Laconia 212 ,West N. II.Central, are pleasantly avenue, locatedat having 11 San Juan Garage Company ;

recently arrived to upend the winter.
New Ford Home This i b Mr. and Mrs Wri M'1I first '
visit to Orlando, and they are busy Orlando-Daytona
Now Open wonderful writing home climate.to their friends of the

209.11 South Orange, Avenue The women of the Cathedral Guild'
Telephone 38G will hold their annual bazar at the
Chapter House, December 8th. S

18-New 1916Fords Among those leaving Orlando yenti'nluy MilMMMMMMi. . . .. . .1..l..I. . . ,. .. . ...... ..
afternoon an the A. C. I.. train ---
were \(1rs. F. C. Scranton and chil'dren
; : on the road. Place your order now. Pauline and Willard.! They returned . . .I. .. .. . . . . t..r'.r..r t 1aH
to Pea) Moines, Iowa, after
and avoid disappointment."Make upending the past several week with i Who Will Be Your Executor?
Mrs. .Scranton's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
this Ford Home Your Ford Home: I
W. W. Wells ot their home, SOI: Con-

F. G. RUSH cord avenue. i ANSWER NO. 2

J JII Blanchard Moore's great lecture on i Your estate may be materially impaired as a r:7: -" : : "':;"ir.3 ,', .
Russia, Siberia anti Count Tolstoi, .
of executor ,
an ,
JJ x direct! result of the appointment -(. ;
Saturday night opera house. Tit k'b I. .;- .' <" ., ... '.:'l''''' J-
---i :it Allen'h jewelry store, 2.V.; and :!">c. i or trustee. t'\' " .... In..
l-12-2-3t When an individual is appointed i : ; a,

Prof. L. M. Hatton's Ford touring The financial responsibility is generally weaker. /!:.!':', !\ ,
II Q 11111111111 ue II 1 I U III HIIMIIIHM8IIM' w
car motor No. SDSfi22; stolen Satur- It is usuaily provided in wills that the person : -,
i ;.. .'
a4p day night: in Tampa, was located nominated to serve as r...>cutor! shall be excused '" .'#
TilE NEVI* T DESIGNS through: I). F. Owens, method of tracing from giving bonds. ,"
stolen cars in the Ford Motor 'I ,
IN SILVERWARE. JEWELRY When surety bonds are supplied, it is at the expense r
company's shop in Jacksonville.Prof. ""
of the estate and then only partial security ''
AND NOVELTIES Hatton went to Jacksonville I
last night to drive his car home.- against loss is provided. d :
Being constantly in touch with the leading silversmithsand Tampa Tribune. When a Trust Company is selected Ii :: 1tG-fS:,:
jeweler-craftsmen of the country. our stock is always. The positive advantage of strong financial responsibility ;4I
keeping: with the latest style. in silverware
pace rings, RIDE in Hamnck's Jitney Bus one is secured. ;
bracelets, etc.When hour 12 miles Jcr 30c. 8-23-tfc t I z
new and beautiful designs are created we are A bond which has behind it the entire financial 1 -
among the first stores in the country to show them. You Dr. W. S. King, and mother, Mrs: strength of the Institution is always filed with
never buy. out-of-date articles here. Jo:. L. King, and Miss Katherine Dickinson the Probate Court It "'' east to the estate. .

Our displays for Christmas will interest you. Thereare arrived in the city yesterday Answer No. 3 wfil appear in a subsequent issue h
some very. new and very beautiful novelties-some- afternoon from Ashtabula, Ohio. | | of this newspaper. V'; ewteke'" ; .
thing: to please everyone to whom you want to give. Come After seeing the ladies comfortably
early and choose while the wide assortment otTers the located at 501 South Main street,
best opportunity. where they stop each year, Dr. King, Come in any time and freely ask for further 1
You'll not be disappointed at this store. We see to after spending a week or no in this information on this vitally important subject. l
? that. section, will return to the Buckeye You are always welcome and our office" are always .t, t
State with the intention of returning glad to advise. .
later in the season. They are being

warmly welcomed-by-many-friends. The Orlando Bank & Trust CompanyOrlando

T. H. EVANSJEWELER DoctorsBiiekmastrr Florida

& BniiulniicOSTEOPATHS ( !! ,
I'' Personal :'nstmction under Dr. Still Capital Surplus and Profits $141,000.00ALWAYsALmT
at Kirksville, Mo.ij i
.: S. Orange Are., above feopia
R *** i ttlllMIMII8IMIItlllMMIIIMII . . . '.. I National! Bink Phone 578. a'I..I.I.I.ItA- .II'.I.I..t' . . . . " ' : " .. . . ". I


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