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Title: The morning sentinel
Uniform Title: Morning Sentinel
Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 6 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando, Fla.
Orlando Fla
Publication Date: December 4, 1915
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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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 )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079945
Volume ID: VID00578
Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 34297093
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Other version: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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THE- - MORNING- -- - 1- SENTINEL,


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I ASK RECALL OF BOY-ED AND VON- PAPEN- ;






OTHER PLOT CASES CAUSE A SENSATION



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IMPROPER( ( ACTIVITIES 1 IN =---- - - - --


MILITARY MATTERS AND NAVAL Unparalleled Condition GERMAN ALSO SAID AMBASSADOR IN TO PLOTMIYOIHERNMVEIOPMENIS HE INVOLVED IS CITY RECEIVES A AS FIRST FORMAL DANCE AT I CLARKE C K E ELECTED





AUSTRIAN CONSUL HEN. INVOLVED D In Italy S PUBLICITY C THEROSALINDCLUB LAST NIGHT PRESIDENT OF F



In Investigation, but No Announcement Mass of Fresh Evidence
THOUSANDS BRAVE MEN in the

Yet Made- BURIED UNDER SNOW Fay Plot Cases to Destroy BUDGET WAS LARGELY ATTENDEDAND SENATE E

Might Be Dismissed WOUNDED FREEZE TO Munition Factories as A DECIDED

Without Notice DEATH BEFORE AID CAN Well as Ships SUCCESSIt
COMMITTEES TO ADVISE
COME. ARKANSAN NOMINATED BY
Washington, Dec. 3.-Further com San Francisco, Dec. 3.-Von Bern. WITH' CITY ON PUBLIC Is Planned to Hold at Least I

plications in the relations betweenthe London, Dec. 3.-The Italians, storff, German ambassador to Wash- ITY FUND REPORT Four Dances During the 28 TO 23 VOTE OVER

United States and Germany developed fighting under unparellded' condi ington, has been involved in spy plot Winter Season-Music POMERENE, OHIO

today when Secretary Lan tions, are keeping up their violent at- charges against C. C. Crowley,
sing announced that "because of what tacks on the Austrian TWO ITEMS OFjToOO$ ARE Was ExcellentThe
this government considers improper positions defending through testimony given before the GIVEN NO CONCLUSION ON CLOTURE RULE
Gorizia. The Gorizia and federal grand jury by Louis J. Smith, first
formal
activities in and dance of the win-
military naval
matters Tolmino bridge heads under almost an alleged
are accomplice of
Crowley,
it has requested the immediate according -, Advise Securing Paid Secretaryand ter season held at the Rosalind Club
t a continual assault. Gorizia *o admissions of Will
high federal Probably Be Submitted
recall of Captain Boy-Ed and CaptainVon again has been bombarded and fur- officials here today. Further I to Assist the Forth- last evening was attended by fifty I to
Papen, as they - --- - than M11nIPA. So .DODular. was this; ,lama Cnmmitt., ... nn .n..I..VHJ...... ... .
are no longer ac ther reduced to ruins. this the officials refused to -- ----- ---- ---- -------- --- Hau.
go. coming MidwinterFair with society leaders that it is
countable to this plannedto
government. The losses on both sides outrival It has been learned that Smith's hold Request for NonPartisan -
This formal at least four similar dances
statement
marked the
anything before seen in the war, I revelations led to Cedarhurst, and it
during the winter. These dances Treatment
conclusion of an exhaustive investi have
when the comparatively short front is believed that Crowley's alleged
gation into the activities of German is taken into consideration. erations op- At the city council meeting yester- taken the place of gentlemen's even-
Thousands were directed by powers ing, and the Washington, Dec. 3.-Clarke, of
change has
proved
representatives in this day the committees a
country con appointed the
are buried under the higher than by
I snow Consul Franz Bopp, of most Arkansas has been nominated the
ducted by the state department and where they will lie until spring. The this city, who admits that Crowleywas city commissioners and the Board of agreeable one. i Democratic for by
the department of Trade The Rosalind Club was prettily and caucus president pro
justice.It to advise with the in
wounded freeze his city regard -
men to death before employe in his secret investi- 'tern of the senate Pomerene
artistically decorated for the over of
is authoritatively stated here to aid can reach them.t gations. to the publicity fund made a occa
night that the United States does no The Italians continue Cedarhurst report. The two large items of sion. During the dance Miss Cary-i Ohio, by a vote of 28 to 23. After
their
is
attacks the
expect and would not countenanceany around Oslavia, where for nine days Von Bernstortf. summer home of $1,000 each in the budget for the expenditure Elwes served punch. At 11 o'clock a I the vote was taken I'omerent moved
to make
Clarke's
salad election
delay on the part of the Germanvernment and of the $5,500 publicity fund course and coffee was served.McIntosh's I I unanimous.
nights the fighting has been I
con- At the end of the day
in replying to the de tinuous. Fresh relate to a paid secretary and the orchestra furnished the caucusing
mand for the recall of the two diplo Sensations Subtropical Midwinter Fair. music, which was splendid. |continued and no conclusion had been
New York, Dec. 3.Sensationalnew :reached on the subject of
As cloture. An
mats. the
The report in full is as follows: guests arrived they were

The report is so phrased as to ne FORD'S PEACE SHIP IS OFF indictments may be handed down To the Honorable City Commissioners received by the officers of the club-- ;agreement was made to account final-
by the federal ly before five
grand o'clock
jury next weekin tomorrow
cessitate immediate action by Ger Orlando, Florida: Miss Hart, president; Mrs. Becman, even-
the Fay case. ing. It is believed tonight that
many.,- The committee appointed by your vice-president; Mrs. Newell, treasurer the
Alexander Von Nuber, Austrian New York, Dec. 3.-The Scandina- This grand jury for more than a body to advise with you in regard to and Miss liumby, secretary. pending drastic proposition can not

consul general at New York, has been vian-American line steamer Oscar II., fortnight has been considering: new the publicity fund and the committee The refreshment committee con- i I receive the support of the caucus

involved by the investigation proceedings on which Henry Ford has taken passage evidence against Fay, Dr. Herbert appointed by the Hoard of Trade sisted of Mrs. Campbell, chairman: ; I j even by a majority vote. The whole

ending in today's action, but for his peace expedition to The sociates.Kienzle, Max Breitung, and their as I for a like purpose, at a joint meeting, Mrs. Phil Slemons, Mrs. C. G. Brown, .'the question will probably be referred to

no announcement has been made con- Hague, will leave New York tomorrow New indictments resolved upon the following report: Miss Cary-Elwes, Mrs. M. O. Over- 'I committee that on rules with the request -
cerninir him. In the case of the I afternoon on schedule time. may be handed We havtf ftgreed the street Mrs. it be treated in a non-par.
formal consul according down Monday, Thaw. will *_*litit_____* no communication to his to agents of the line. Mr. -n" UUUJ Vl us u genersl g\lllIe to their vary 11011. The tiecoraung commit- no -- -r---
and the others with tion will be asked.
government will be necessary. The Ford has engaged her first and second conspiracy to destroy views in regard to the expenditure of tee was Mrs. C. II. Robinson, chairman
state department could cabins for his munition plants. this fund This will probably result in a rule
arbitrarilyand peace envoys. In The ; Mrs. I. II. Hedge, nnd Mrs. Sylvan that
will
without notice cancel his credentials addition 450 passengers going hometo present Indictments charge Tourist headquarters' ______$ fiOO.OO McKlroy.; The committee incharge I enable a twothirds'ote of

leaving him without official Norway Sweden and Denmark for only conspiracy to destroy chips. Secretary ___-____________ 1,000.00 of the I the senate to end the debate at some
the A mass of new evidence has been Newspapers ______________ f.00.00 music was Mrs. Herman reasonable time, and after this a
standing holidays will
the and Miss
third Howard.
clans quartern.Itatverd occupy gathered by the government. Postage KnterliiinnienU: stationery, etc. __- 250.00 modified form of cloture to be invoked *

CHAMPION OHIO IIOV COHN Jncobsen, the line's manager This Was admitted today by United Fair h h______--a____-__-__- 1,000.00 700.00 !, A number of Republican ere
States Attol-hey Marshall's assistants I'nninhlets ___ _____ _____ expected! ( to support this l ,
(jitou nit HtttiM: ;/ PUKMU;/ nays the Oscar ll should be a !! h MHMiU' SEE RETURNS TO ORlANDO plan
1IKNTILMON: rhrletlnhirt by December 14 or 15. BuhdrieB h-h-__-__-_h__ lloO.OO | Harmony N Assured

-.. Concerning the possibility thai t Uriti tloverHmeht detectives nay that The committee* do .not 'intend this I The election, of Clarke, it in. belietml .

Washington/ l U, Cr=rrepldenl Wit- i j.11 warships' might/ take the steamerto they have gathered evidence directly budget tu l be> a hard and foot limit as Mr. II, II, :Heewith Mr. W. I II, ., practically insures. harmony

Ihoe. thank. hand! today with mere t "Kitkwall he said that few ef the connecting' Pay and the ethers l with to the various items!! but. U! the judg, Warman, left Orlando early .in the No effort to tie up the senate Men

than l,0od girls! boys, men and wo. line1 seamers. had been taken there the explosion! in J plants l engaged,!' in went ef the committee as, to how the spring, with the intention of riding day morning ID expected! now Under:

men who have taken priiea in Ohio in recently em the Iriti! .h government making, munitions tor the ,allies fund I shall t be, expended along/ general their Meyclei to the Pacifle, Slope and i I the existing! rules, which now can not

vArloYM'ftmttll t,., including corn grow, has been content with stopping the The men under indictment are to lines. In the opinion\ of the committees Inking in the Pan*American eposi I. i,|i be set aside! the /secretary will swear

ing, stock raUing/ and! domestic act vesel off the north coast of Scot l t.e placed! on trial soon, the item of secretary should be (Hon at Pan Francisco, Cal, returnedto in the new senators, Clarke will be

enee The group included! howdy land and !sending an officer on boardto attended to at once and a secretary Orlando:! Thursday night, coming I II elected president pro Vm,, and the

Ilaynea, the champion boy corn grow examine: the passenger and) cargo |)).\1,1AH |I'UT UP 1100,000 TO 8K; sppojnted. It is. suggested that a from Kansas City, Mo., where he has j. business will proceed in the usual

er of Ohio, who raised ebb bushels of manifests.EGVITIAN'S' CURE; NATIONAL DEMO. secretary employed) for the next sU teen visiting relatives for the past manner

corn from on* Acre this year; :..fluLeelo CRATIC CONVENTIONDallas months will cover this season's work, three months. Messrs See and War- I(I __

Jones, the champion girl corn WOULDN'T GO TO --. although in the opinion of the com- man stuck together until they reached MAXIMUM> ON SAUSAGES

grower of the state, was also pres- DARDANELLESBerlin. Texas,-Armed with a certified mittees another year the secretary Detroit Mich. and whether from

ent. check for 100,000 in the pos- should begin work not later than Au- hardships or otherwise they parted I Berne. Maximum prices next
are
-Among the items
given session of Mayor Henry D. Lindsley, gust. company, Mr. Warman returning to to be fixed in
out today for publication by the Over- of Dallas In the opinion of the committeesthe Germany on sausages,
WOMEN MUNITION WORKERS seventy-five Texas Demo- his home in this city some time in I j which the people have been
seas News Agency are the following crats left here secretary should have an office in purchasing -
today on August. Mr. See
a special talks interestingly
London.-The Daily News reports : "The very increasingly owing to the dear-
Egyptian Sultan who the Tourist
was train for Headquarters and that
Washington
where they will of his trip, but inclined
that 100 Glasgow University ladies appointed Great we are I ness of other meat. The maximum
by Britain the
have entered upon a fortnight's train- appeal to the publishedan place Dallas' claims before the national appointment should be made as to think would not be overenthusiastic ;, prices for straw and chaff have just
population inviting executive committee soon as a suitable person can be selected -
about
Tuesday a similar
experience. been
ing in munition works. On finishingthis volunteers for the raised.
army. Altogether for the national Democratic conven- by yon.Respectfully
course they will undertake week 125 Egyptians responded, but when
tion in 1916. submitted,
end work with a view of resting men. they ascertained that they were to be The check represents a three days A. B. JOHNSON, Assist Postmaster McLean
Hundreds of offers from other By
women sent to the Dardanelles mutinIedand
they whirlwind campaign, in which a bonus c. E. MCDOWELL, I
had to be refused.
all of them were arrested." was raised as an inducement.The CHARLES LARTIGUE, FnllniAjiricr A Few Instruction

special will arrive in Washington - Committee appointed by Commis-
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Brief Paragraphs Tell The Sunday noon. Stops will' be madeen sioners.

I Busy route at Texarkana, New Orleans, JOHN M. CHfeNEY, All postoffices in all parts of the defeat its

Man What The World Is DoingMargaret where Atlanta national, Knoxville committeemen and Richmond from, JAS.W. R.C.O'NEAL PATTERSON, furnished United States by the have postmaster put up placards general, voidable mails delay own due object to the through congestionof una-

Committee as a consequence of late
-- Oklahoma, Louisiana, Georgia, Ten- appointed by Board of advising the public to mail parcels mailing.

nessee and Virginia will join the Texas Trade. early and avoid the
holiday rush.
Roberts, the deformedand Manufacture of naval projectileswill delegation. Packing and wrapping is the secret
Every convenience that is possible of safe
paralyzed baby whose birth be begun at the Puget Sound MINCE PIE BARRED BY STATE delivery.

caused a discussion at New York sim- navy yard March 1. The first order GOOD DINNER FOR ROAD GANG DRY LAW will be afforded the public in the Perishable packages get special attention -

ilar to that over the defective baby calls for 2,500 six-inch and 10,000 Denver, Colo.-The Christmas rush. A man to instruct, and packages can be insuredas
prohibition law
allowed to die in a table and a pair of scales will be I follows: Up to
recently Chicago, three-inch shells. For number $5 value, three
a of years it has been was interpreted from its various angles in the
placed In
order to fa-
lobby.
died Thursday in the Babies' hospital. the cents fee; up to $25, five cents fee
custom of Dn P. Gov. ;
Carlson
Beet P. by and
Phillips to AttorneyGeneral
production this cilitate Christmas
No sugar mails, Postmaster to $50
| year up ten
operation was performed. cents fee and
; to
will be 866,200 short tons, the supply a bountiful dinner for the un Farrar at a conference today MrT. >an has issued the following ....... up_ ,
depart- set .; 1100 T -- -, tw..ntv.Rv.---n,_" ...- ........+.m.. .#."'.... .n
fortunates
Subscriptions totalling $110,000,000 ment of agriculture announced on the county roads but with representatives of the wholesale of instructions to the public regard- i .rartlesII
yesterday calling at
window
have been received at Ottawa. Canada in a preliminary report. Thatis in some way unaccountable, we had and retail liquor trades. ing parcels: ,II office can any in the post-
secure number
I it was announced today, for the 122,000: tons more than last year's unintentionally overlooked the matter It was decreed that the dry law Write name of sender on the upper that they will any of tags

| Canadian $50,000,000 war loan. The total. I until it was brought to our atten forbids the manufacture for sale of right hand corner, prefixed with the their packages require before to fill out for

I total came from 26,000 separate subscribers Congressman Sears, Florida's :tion by one who participated in the mincemeat, plum pudding, brandied : word "from. Write name of partyto packages at the delivering the
I new- parcels
and all subscribers for small repast, requesting the Sentinel to peaches Italian macaroons and other If post window.
whom the
est is
man at Washington, will know I package going, all in Parcels to be sent by
j amounts are being allotted' bonds for thank the Doctor for his kindness and desserts in which intoxicating liquors parcels post
I the Saturday what his committee assign- large, plain writing, giving number must not be sealed that
so
full amoBSt of their subscriptions. generosity. They were supplied with may be an ingredient. up they
ments will be for the next two years, and street as well as city and state. I(can not be inspected without
all of the delicacies of the Thanksgiving The question as to whether there breaking -
Traction lines in Seattle, Tacoma announcements at that time being Also write your name and address, j the seals, as they will be
and Bellingham, in their annual reports ,I made by the ways and means com- de season, but the principal piece I can be such a thing as an "intoxicating and that of the addressee, on the in- j: first class postage if they assessed

I to the state public service commission mittee, which has the matter in resistance' was a liberal supply of food" was not definitely determined 'side of the package, so that in the sealed. Hats must be are so
I roast turkey and pork, with but the ban was placed the crated or
that charge. cranberry on event the should become lost
say operation of jitney wrapper placed in a heavy
busses and apple sauce on the side, dressin I sale of liquor in any form for use in j corrugated paste-
J resulted in a loss during the Gifts of $109,994 were announc- and a number of other g foods. or torn off, the package could still be board box so as to prevent crushing.

|year of 11,350,000 fares to the companies by President Lowell of Harvard University known to the bill extras not delivered I j I Articles in glass must be packed in
I 900,000 fares having been di- yesterday. Mrs. Ezra R. road daily of fare at the The words "not to be opened until :'!i the same manner.

verted in Seattle. The Thayer, widow of the county camp. SHOT TWO DEER Christmas" can be written on the I' The
jitney competition late dean of I postmaster and all of the em
caused a decrease Messrs.! B. Beacham, Jr., and V.-. D. package. Early mailings will
of $301,000 the law school, has given $25,000: in XXX secure ployes of the postotfice desire to
envelopes Sc. all ren-
,
tin the net railway the time Rogers have returned home from afire delivery before Christmas day,whereas
: the of her der
of
revenues memory husband the income j Fabrick Finish 5c. 2 every assistance possible to the
(;Puget Sound Traction, Light and to be used for a teaching fellowship I I pay more! Curtis &pencils O'Neal 5c. Why I days hunting trip in Osceola by mailing your package late in patrons of the office to make the

'Power company 1 in law. stationery and music store. book county Two deer and an abundanceof the hope that it will reach its desti- mailing of their Christmas packagesa

small: game was their reward. nation on Christmas day is likely' to pleasing incident.



, THE DAILY ,NEWSPAPERREPORIERS.: : M'KCIAL:; : INVKhTMKYr:, : : \ 1

: We do not handle speculative in. Phone T for
South Florida SentinelMORNING I vestments! but if you desire an investment
World
(I'rum New York )
which >'ield* a rtulnr jruurn I OYSTERS
FISH AND Assorted Boxes
AND WEEKLY "Newnpapor Graduate" makes me n Iced net income of eight or ten per Fancy
... .................Ediui
.
*W r I:' EJWINGTOV GLENN .. ...Bxlnn* M...I., tired. Writing to the World with his rent our service will hq! of value Fresh Every Day
:plea for charity for newspaper reporters Cook & Co., Christ! building I,
Eatovrd kt th. pmtofflc at Orlando. Mor14 M2-2-5t
.. *. .. Second C1_ Mall Matter. he says, "There is no future
In their occupation." Fudge! I'll cut \
FISH CO.
I Tar BUBSCRJfUON.............KATK&Daily. ........... IIW out generalities and mention a few rIlEVAI.DECKEIt Oranges Grapefruits
Dall,. S Month ............... ...... *.60Daily. West Church Street
39
S Month ...................... 1.SIDaily. names: CLINT BASSPHONE
1 Month ....................... ..10Weekl William Jennings Bryan was covering

,. 1 Tear ...................... tl.0< the Democratic national convention 375 Tangerines Kumquats
when he won
as a reporter West Jefferson StreetSuccessor
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN the nomination for president; and his ,
ADVANCETO
of later President to
opponent years
ADVERTISERS PACKED AS YOU DESIRE
Taft, worked as a reporter on the
Hand Wood
CompanyWood
Opy far dUplay ud all ather kand-acl Cincinnati Times. No future? "HERE YOU ARE"One
l4..rti igLC ..* M kaadea la at tile "..uaeu.mce ONE DOLLAR DELIVERED TO PARCEL POST
. .f tI.. ScntiBel Bat later thaa J p. ... Here in New York, ex-Major Me-
tb. day befare ...t-U ati... Tide rale applieito Clellan was a reporter, and so was of All Kinds I WINDOW OR EXPRESS OFFICE
it li
....ria"chancea.. ..far. will eaatract". atrictly advertialBc' adhered U. Borough President McAneny. Bob PROMPT SERVICEREASONABLE hundred and sixty acres loc-

Subscribers deairing The sentinel dftcon- Adamson, fire commissioner, was a PRICE* ated on public road, one mile from This Box Will Solve the Problem of Shipping Fresh Florida

Cloned should notify the office In writing OB reporter not so long ago, and so was churches and school, overlooking a Fruit Direct to Your Northern Friends
be
will
the date of expiration otherwise it
and
his ,
Joe Johnson, predecessor
continued at the regular subscription rates I beautiful clear water lake. This

seta TeJepbaae notice N.to.atop".r .ia...received................... */ Dave Ferguson, who is running the I tract is well timbered with pine tim- This Is An Entirely Separate Department and Will Be
city record cheaper than it was ever WIVES, MOTHERS, DAUGHTERS
SATURDAY DECEMBER I 4, 1915 run before. Maximilian Foster, the SWEETHEARTS ber and will cut 300,000 feet of lum- Handled by Mrs. Taylor

short story writer, went out on as- ber. This soil is well suited to the

What are you doing to boost Orlando signments until he had to quit to CHRISTMAS IS growing of citrus fruit, trucking andgeneral
TThe catch up on his orders from the mag COMING farming. See Her at Dr. Phillips Office
azines. The late David Graham Phillips
o This is an ideal location for any
W. R. C. has voted to relieve one of the most brilliant novelists HACK OP JAPANESE BAZAAR
two veterans' families this Christmas. of our own day, began as a $lr> Buy the "Men" a Box of man who apreciates opportunity.

reporter and got to be a crackerjack.
Good work.
.i. Max Marcin, who has just achievedthe NEW SOUTHCigars Price $1500.00

Let everybody be thankful for the signal; fame of having two playa

thousand and one blessings they don't produced on llrtmdwny in one week -

think they hl\"'*. was a reporter tt couple of years ogo. FOR SALE!

--- nIiverybady -- I'nuik Yandprllpi, president nf the Wallace Co My rfuldriice, rornpi1 iwHH OrnfU.1' : wotul I'',,,,,. f.ctt. 1ft 1 fret tnt ftn
\ \ bunk tit Fn AI
ilunke&i
: Is looking forward to Nntlnhnl City Realty und Kiil'thdoii lixrmicp' \'nlll"\I,11I1&\ tll'lllIJ'CI IIH'IIII" til'IIII..IIIlh'lII"I' ,
the |l'IItI"fI\! ttiesHne.Vlint' about the United States., was tt icportrr l hUI -'f- ........1' 4. !>..1 4 Litirttry. Unt<|ttii.it HINDU: |I'I.*Ming sow nrlnngel.' and I "I'\| by l tinier
Hid |brasaka' ,1'rlriul Wife give >tiu a few }"tuu'* Wk (land u good one L Room 3 Arcade ,, Ittmiii. I lUitlnt' Itomn. Kitehtn rUlllhl sy!lts'm. I
Cull llUhop I Kuiili." milfittt'iui, Pantry T.rwery l Omni IittvuiMr, nil 1M": t'hnttre! and log t'1I1f.IAY
mid then t you fotK@t o It New no was Vwik, and Supt. Muxvull ofthe A :Smoke. That( Will Put ThemIn Phone 117 on log first\apartment floor, with with lath eleven and windows n *.14'11-l | I house. tie'. Will sell furnished. or unfurnUhed. .

Yes, it does get\ cold down In Florida public school worked\ MS/ u Jliook a iond; Humor For 1U1G. .and seven closets and storage room on 11-7-1m

once in a while, but the! dlirmte I lyn reporter. The late Serena S.
Un't In it with certain people who Irntt, who died the other day In harness CHARLES P. DOW

are trying to freeze Ford's peace aa secretary of the chamber of II
commerce and a nation-wide authority I I
ark. I
o on matters financial and commerctal Grove for Sale!

Editor Powell of the Clearwater covered many a fire and murderbefore
who has installed a new he learned enough for his bigger 80 acre Lakesite, 35 acres in Grove; 2200 fine bearing
just
Sun
I
budded trees 300 Seedlings. Close to brick road and
linotype machine, remarks that Clear- job.A ;
water will have 5,000'population lot of reporters are army officers town. Onion Sets!

"within two years after the Europeanwar and the late Capt. Archie Butt, House, Barns, Outbuildings.

closes." Powell is playing safe resident, Taft's military aide, who for SALE
SACRIFICE QUICK
-that war may last for fifty years. tipped his hat as he gave a woman Big .
his seat in the boat and went down EXCLUSIVE SALE
o You Just a few for late planting-White Bermudas only-
"Life is just one damned slide after with the Titanic, was a reporter.

another," remarks the great engineerwho will find reporters in all the New Get yours before they are all gone.
is building the Ptnama canal. York clubs worth while and on every Orlando Real Estate Co.

lie hits it about right. We get within committee appointed for civic pur- E. B. BRADLEY
one rung of the top of the ladder poses. Only they had the stuff in PHONE 504
leading to success and along comes them, and didn't try newspaper work 42 WATKINS BLOCK Produce Co. *
Seed &
Orlando v
somebody, grabs our coattail and we when they were better fitted to be

slide back to the ground floor. journeymen plumbers or professional ,
o pallbearers. As I write, four reporters - fMMMMiMMMMMtMtMtMMiMMMitMtMMM'li 206 S. Orange Ave. Phone 166

sit about me in the same block of


A FISH Bait Wait STORY.Sit,,; desks.house and in One Brooklyn owns is bringing his; the four second up story four, whose brick children li Christmas C Cards and Booklets! il


home is a brownstone dwelling, has
Nit
Track; brought up two daughters and has Exquisite selection(from le. up). Also Souvenirs, FORAGE GROCERY CO.FLA. .

Back; sent a son through college to fit him Novelties, Toys, Japanese Novelties, Stationery, ROUND STEAK, per pound . . . . . . ... . . ......17c
the third is engagedin
Buy, for the ministry; of buying and Magazines. FLA. LOIN AND PORTER HOUSE, per pound _ . . . . . .17c

Lie. the pleasant occupation CHUCK ROAST FLORIDA, per pound . . _ ._ . .- . . lOc
o a country place on Staten Island, and 22 W. Church St. CHUCK STEAK FLORIDA, per pound _ __ ._ __ . ... . .12!/c
dwelling & Hill
IIORSE ON the Manhattan fourth lives Island in a ,private sends his children | Brigham I ONE BLOCK EAST A. C. L. DEPOT FLA. BEEF STEW, 3 pounds for . . . . _ _ . . .. . . .25c

TIlE SPEAKER. on school, keeps two servants FLORIDA PORK HAMS, whole, per pound . . . . . . . . .15c

(Indianapolis Star) to. private good clothes andTHAT'S IMMIIMIMMIIMIIIIIMIIIIIIMIMMIIMIMIIMIPURE FLORIDA PORK CHOPS, per pound . . . . . . . . . . .15c

Temperance Star: Remember the wears ME. FLORIDA PORK STEW, per lb. . . ... . . . . . . . .12/2c

old adage, "You can lead a horse to WESTERN PORK CHOPS, 2 pounds for . . . . . . . . .45c ,

water, but you can not make him AUSTRIA WANTS a MORE TIME SLICED HAM, 2 pounds for . . . . . . . . . . . . . .45c

drink." BEFORE FILING ON TilE BOILED HAM, per pound . . . . . . . . . . . .. . ..35eI
STORE
Voice from Gallery: Whazzer matter ANCONA CASE FOOD liENS, LIVE, per pound . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20c
(hie) wizer horse? lie zall right I SMOKED COUNTRY SAUSAGE, per pound . . . . . . .20c

-hooray! Washington, Dec. 1.-The Austro- GroceriesWe ---

o Hungarian government has informed

HELP WANTED. Ambassador Penfield at Vienna that

(Birmingham Age-llerald) 'it desires more time to compile the sinking a Hate a Line of Dependable Goods. Our Prices Are In A AB.COO1C&COMPANYA'W
formal statement regarding -
"
I do anything for ? asked
'Can you Line. Call Phone Your Order
of the Italian steamship Ancona. or 1
the passing motorist of an exasperated CHRIST BUILDING: ORLANDO .
the state department today -
Advices to
man who was trying to change a
of said the Austrian government had Phone 203 No. 8 W. Church St.
tire while his wife, a woman commanding safely for our
AS AGENTS we invest money
appearance, stood by and encountered difficulties in obtaining a ,
gave numerous directions. statement from the commander of the customers; manage their real and personal

"Yes, indeed," replied the exasper. submarine. -- - - -- - --- -- -- property; look after their taxes and other obligations

ated men, as he mopped his brow. and dividends.
EAGLES CONVENTION rentals interest
GETS collecting
"My wife here is an ardent Suffra ,
I wish would talk to her Buick
gette. you 1915
Colonel' William L. and Bonds
about the Cause until I get this tire Savannah, Ga. INCOME INVESTMENTS, Mortgages
Gray son/ the grand worthy presidentof
on. the Fraternal Order of Eagles, announces -
DAS that the national conventionof 25 H. P. Passenger MATERIALS
BUILDING
SHRINKS
INCOME
the order will meet in Savannahon

SO DOES illS PAPER. July :31 to August 4, 1916. Nearly. new, for quick sale at $WM**-Cost $1025.;
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The College Point Herald of College The national committee and officers \ Fully equipped, including Speedometer and Phillips'Shock AND CONSTRUCTIONWe
Point, I* I., came out recently will begin their session a week
I
in the shape of a handbill about 8x10 earlier than this.M.thtIt1AGE Absorbers.
inches. It contained eleven tiny ad.

vertisements and one editorial, in LICENSE: : BOOM can save you time, money and worry on your

which Editor C. Grand Pierre said: H. A. WARDWinter building operations. Our clients are satisfied.
Herald
"The total income of the Cupid was working overtime during -

last week was $1.75. This week, ex the month of November and twen- Florida ,
eluding the payment of past due ad.vertising j'-five couples applied for license towed. Park I .

bills, the total income of Seventeen white and eight col
the paper was 25 cents. During the ored. \

last three weeks the editor has calledpersonally MM I #iMt' MM > > > <'
on seventy-nine subscribers feet of moving pictures and ,
whose subscriptions are from two 200 2,500 colored stereopticon views, Sibe- ; \ If You Do Not Believe
to six months past due and collected rian prisons and exiles, opera house. \
4
\ Allen'sd I
Tickets at DECEMBER
Saturday night. FOR TODAY WHIM
250. levveirv' __ _!__. 'U"fnfa"'. .-*.".:i.._.. .fin... 'Q.IC 1!:; 1-1. --..-*_*-?1 t- : I .] ,, . -
"That is really not quite enough."In like locomotive and rides
---- --- -- that the Chalmers has power a
the future, we will give just as
much as people pay for. If during a Pansy Plants, Rose H. J. BEST SHORTS $1.65: PER SACK. SPOT CASH I like a parlor car, just call for a demonstration at 14 E.

week enough money comes in to publish AT OUR PLATFORM >.-
Bushes Petunia Church street, or phone 223.
a full sheet, that will be done. '
If not, we shall continue to have little THAT GOODY, GOODY WHEAT. The Best In Town, ,

weekly leaflets as this one."DISGUSTED PlantsLeave I $2.35: : per fcack. There is quality in This Wheat.

"P. S.-From my own EDITOR.personal I your orders here I YOUR CHICKENS WILL APPRECIATE IT CHALMERS MOTOR CAR CO.

earnings I shall be glad to repay all 1
those who have paid in advance and .

desire Keep their after money the subscribers back." Grand, e.ioletDell Florist The Co-Opertive Produce Co. Freeman V. D. Phillips, Mgr

old boy, and good luck, say we. W. S. DeWitt, Mgr. No. 10 E. Church St. PHONE 447 14 EAST CHURCH STREET. I'HONE 211
D J. M. CARUTHERSPhone I
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STORE Special of Sale


FloorTHE LadiesMisses'and


3rd Sacrificed.Children's Shoes
Boys' Clothing Being




SPECIAL VALUE IN BOYS SUITS, HATS AND SWEATERSFound


In Men's Furnishing Dept., 1st Floor, Center Isle



FOR THREE DAYS ONLY! Thursday y, Friday y and S SaturdayParents y




of Boys Take Advantage of These Exceptional Low


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




BOYS' HATSWe BOYS' SUITSThese BOYS' SWEATERSBig


also have some very Natty, Catchy Hats for Boys of Suits are mostly All Wool in the Late Styles. Plain, Reduction on All Boys Sweaters. We have such a big
Extra Good Qualities That We 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,
wonderful values we have ever offered. bad enough to offer them at the following low prices:
the Following Low Prices:
Lot No. 1
Lot No 1
Lot No. 1 ________________ Boys Sweaters worth regular $1.00 for______________89c
Boys Suits worth regular $3.50 for $2.98
I __Boys Hats worth regular 75c for________________58c

Lot No. 2 _tot No. 2
Lot No.2 ________________ Boys Sweaters worth regular $1.25 for**__-...._*m.98cLbt
Boys Hats worth regular $1.00 for_____ .*_________79c Boys Suits worth regular $4.00 for $3.19

Lot No. 3 Lot No.:,1Suits j NO. :aHoy i
Hu/i/ ttnl9ntHt regtilni- $L 2o fare-s*=;===_ss==_UB wuftli L60 fUf.a a.L S
reguldf $
: floss wottit regular $n.ntl)( f f.uaa.a..aa.uJ.US: 'u! Sweaters? ? ; :
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Lot No, .1.11ltty I -
itnU! wutllt wgulaf $l LbO fufes==sss==ss==:=:.1 li 8 Lilt Nil; I II Ltd Nit 1liuy 1
lit+y tiilr worth tfUIt\f\ f.00 fur) :=::.......n: 9liW I:! Sweater l worth regutaF $3.60 fOf ::.::::::::'IflOI
l.nl Nu, fiHnya
,gOO tOf .. ... _'111
ItoU worth regular == :==:: =:=
Lot No, 5 lint I t No, fi
I hut t No, fl nny ttIts worth renter\ '8. Q f w 1r1r1r..tin 1r 'a! B Boys' i Bweater\ worth regular<< \ f3.BQ Ar--------.' ftQ
UQYIiI nJi\ worth regular. \ ?a.6n fQf ::= 't!H --- -

Lot No 6 Lot No, 6
_Lot DaYs No.Hats 7 worth regular $3.00 for_______________$2.38 Boys Suits worth regular $10.00 and $12.00________$8.70 Boys Sweaters worth regular $3.00 for____________$2.48


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

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Ladies Hats at $3.98Ladies At 5c Yard i At $1.60 Pair At 19c YardDress
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Trimmed Hats, a beautiful line, Bleached Muslin, full yard wide regular I Misses and Childrens Fine Shoes, Black Poplins and Repps, plain and fancy
I l weaves, regular 35c and 15c quality,
all late styles and shapes, values up to I lOc qualtiy, limit 10 yards to a customer, I I and Tans, all leathers, $3.00 values, Sat- I I Saturday Night

Saturday Night I I I
$10.00 Saturday Night j urday Night I 19c

$3.98At 5c $1.60A I

i At lOc Yard
1-2 Price Wonderful Sale of Crystal Glass at 19c
Cretone, 33 inches wide, beautiful line of
Ladies Wool Underwear, Shirts and Looks Like the Real Cut Glass

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

1-2 Price Saturday Night 19c Each lOc



The V oweil Duck worth Co.


ORLANDO'S LARGEST STORE. "QUALITY DID IT."



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FOR practically SALE-Wood new; cheap.stove Call heaters 10 E., ROBINSON & BEARDALLATTORNEYATLAW


Winter Park News Amelia FOUND bag, -or bottom If phone the and lady 682.lost who it purchaseda will 12-4-ltc call No. 4 West Pine Sreet ( SPECIAL DISPLAY!

at the Barlow Gift Shop she will find
it. 12-4-lt Phone 161 AND DEMONSTRATIONS

Daily Budget 01[ Kerns ConcerningThe TO RENT-Large room, with board I
suitable for two people. Reason

Town And Rollins College 212 able.East All Jackson.conveniences.Phone 406.Close in. DAVIS '& GILES


ROLLINS;MEN ALL COLLEGE JOIN NATIONAL FACULTY l\fn. Ora Layton and Mr. Frank FOR 12-4-tfc practically SALE-new 1 ;two price horse cheap.wagon Also, ATTORNEYSATLAWPhone 72 OF TOILET 0 I ARTICLES A A L E S !

Roosa motored
over to Orlando last name chickens. Inquire at George
SECUIUTY: LEAGUE: evening and took In the picture Wonlt)'". two miles north on Apopka Rooms 5, 6, 7, 8-
Following tho example of John shows road or It. It. 2. 12-d.3t' Davia &: McNcIll Block Mrs. Dora Smith
flrler IMM-cn, the president of Princeton -
University, and many of tho faculty NOIII.i. .: WOMAN I CALLED. : TI) FOR 1U'NT-I.ltrJ"t': nlry room. In.
new modern home
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In Harvard, Ynle, Mlrhlirnn\ IL lWA: Ill) Isms, unexcelled! for every nurroundlng run V""; I AT THE LUCERNE PHARMACY I
Princeton and many other treat In. one-halt block jitney bun; kitchenette Victor Starbuck
Ntltutlon\ of Imrnlnit In America, the A noble woman went to her reward If II alr"ll. Keanonahle. Phone UH2."' : ,
Inn of the faculty at lolllnn( Colleire Thursday, when Mm.\ J. 1'. Scarlett, Call 10 East: Amelia.- 124Ue: \ "TTORNEY. -LAW
are nil IxH'uinlnir member* of the National wife of the late Capt. J. V. Scarlett, A MIDDLE: AGED.: WHITE: WOMAN SATURDAY AFTERNOON
Security League l II y Jolnlnir the Hr., passed away at the home of her wants poaitlon n* cook or houne- Phone 161
Orange county 'lirnnch.. The follow- son, ('apt., J. 1'. Hcarlett; Jr., in Lakeland J.l'pflt'r. or riuiipitnlon, or any good
log named now stand upon the lint tI'l )tihe wan borne to her final test kentlncl' nt nil. Atldies A. I... rare No. 6 W. .I'lnc SI. Orland, HaR
the Leacuel InK place" heiide' the remnlim of herliusliHiiil t uirice. t 1l-4-ll* ! Orchestra
linn, Willlnm It. O'Nt'nl.ho linnIIWM and daughters, Mrs James I'tllt HAM; OR TItAIII'"hnII'IAIIII)' Concert and Vocal Solos II
connected with Rollins ColleRe Whittier and' Miss Lula Honilett, I In I single ilritintr, blob headed "hay
ndmlnlfltrntlnn fur many yearaiHer. ; the Hanfulil cemetery, )'eeterdayhe linrpp, lnnrj Y and luirnest!,! hr ,tnlttPi By Mr. Tony Rogers
Arthur 1 H. knyart; dean of the' InIJtltltlJr Tnkp fiiinl lilinfi of llirt-p 1'1' four RAY WHITE
rolled! Prof I H.! M. 1 1)-.IP, I'rnf III- had mnhy friends nhd' hfiuallitnheet | brtlfltiCP Hwitt' 'lniil triMiVl1l'',iPi III' row n4 tftldS nit' buggy|I' )-1t1Phl 1 pPhritltlv |(-, :.. .

mil Power, 1'iof Wnllel1 Mliatt 'Lett' ih Ollalulu,.. inl t her death tit!- 'I"HIIt"tl 'toy I'l'i'lilinllnn tea AWOIINHY-AT LAW
Pi of "link M. 1',.'III pI', i'ltif, ', "pi veq hiolp "llirth H Jmfalinj! { Jiiillt'p I
lltniiPF Ni Pupil' Air Aided" J. ifanltn, ttit4, Hcaltpll'fl' life 'lirtil, tlpett .tlvIII..1 I.11' !tuumt 2BO loB 5 R P. If
nttd' Mr. KrtJrMiHlid' UlFPII, I I In, MMi'd! tlppiU, Mint tti, 'hittkltttjl Itttl@' ; i 1Valklnr. lll.uk. Orhmli, l-hi, : 111 Coiiie 1 1Whrn
1'llifi I ISmeM slates 'llirttiH (th@Iephnutd '....'I.lti 'happy' Nlle:! "'it.'l'f)' rhi fititll@ .
| 'III flit| @btM| || 1111111 Ji4iut: and l l.itj hearted and totunatd : thubll IfI" fAr: J1' A' Heinfoyer, who' has 1-een: with -- j in lit /rlrnmre Milt the P.tl.ice Drug Store
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ilim Bud to Hie I "(01" Jnicery I (Company," Ins\ joined' ,
rmmtry' .
response Oalh f *lt.. "dha.., ntlvt1'. ,fails.to
need among any of our: rarid| <';,1-! speak: H word- - of: nfQijn"Itment'" "n. Rowland ft f'mpin's: grocery st it tf. WorthIngton B 1 acl man MMMMMMMf MMMMMMMMI > MMMMftftMMtNew ..
'leges and, that I letter are being sent and 'lend U helping hand Young people
to these colleges: urging organUation. enjoyed: her company because of Turkey dinner "t the Astor Hun- A'ITOnN Y'AT.JfAW
and co-operation with the league, i her sunny nature and many acts of day I'12421cf Phone 817
There eeema to be an almost unanimous I Kindness, The hospitable home o " 11'1"1'1"--1-1"1
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concensus of opinion among Capt and Mrs. Scarlett in Sanford, BUILDING \ HOUSE Rooms 13 and 14 Yowell-Duck

educated and trained students of the some years ago, was the scene of In building ir repairing it is well worth Building.
present world history that there is no numerous social gatherings and Mrs. to remember that all your materials Overland at $800
assurance of peace in helpless or deliberate Scarlett was always the life of those may be purchased from one place,
non-resistance. If the United thus saving the cash discount. Every
parties. Much of her
charitable work thing to build a house and plans and Phone 72 Oversize Tires, Shock Absorbers and Extra Tire
States is become
to a power for peace was so quietly done that the knowledge estimates! furnished free. See samples
and is to exert any influence as such of it did not extend beyond a I and pet prices. Standard Supply
this country must be strong enoughto limited circle. She combined to a I Co.. Christ building. l-12-2-5t Paul V. HutchinsAttorney Buick 40 at $400New
make itself
respected by those nations marked degree those qualities which
whose actions are governed by endeared her to her large circle of and Counsellor at Law
ambition, greed and ruthless mo- friends. She was a life long member Specials for Satur- Tires and New Paint
tives. If, on the contrary, this great 'of the Methodist church and several
country represents a temptation to I'I societies connected with it. day and Monday Davis & McNeil Bldg

these. very nations. to come- -over and I Mrs. Scarlett was born at Mulberry ORLANDO, FLA. -- - -
take possession 01 our wealth ana our Grove: near Jacksonville, Fla., -
sev- ii Winter Park Auto Co. i
rich resources, our splendid cities and enty-seven years ago. She is sur- Best Patent Flour 24 lbr---90c :
our peaceful people any stand we vived by two daughters, :Mrs. A. P. Meal Grits and Scratch Feed, Dr. F. F. I
may make as a nation to enforce Fudge, of Grasmere, this county, and 10 Ibs' for____________________25c Thompson OPEN DAY AND NIGHT i ;
peace will only serve as a pretext for Mrs. J. E. Moore, Jacksonville; two 6 pkgs. Matches for____________25c
invasion and subjection. The idea .sons, Mr. H. II. Scarlett Tampa, and 3 cans V. C. Pork and Beans25c DentistFormerly II . . . . . . . . . . " h. . .11.
that the nations now at war will be Capt. J. P. Scarlett, Lakeland. Mrs. 3 cans Tomatoes for____________25c
too financially exhausted to wage war E. F. Akers of Orlando, is her grand- 3 pkgs. Corn Starch for________25c of New York
upon us is dangerously false. We 6 rolls Toilet ____
: daughter :Truly it can be said "None Paper for-- __25c 115 SOUTH
would be required to pay the bill and knew her but to love her." Georgia Table Peaches per can__lOc ORANGE
probably enough to reimburse for the 3 cans Sniders or V. C. Soups for25c : Over Curtis & O'Neal's I ," 1111111111111 M 111111 M 1111111 > 11 i 1111 M H 1111 H 11 '
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present war as well. This is what WILL ERECT COMMODIOUS RESIDENCE California Peaches, Pears ard I. : .
students of world politics in the colleges Apricots, per can -------_______20c .1
and elsewhere see and appre- 6 pkgs. Washing Powders for25c CORNS Removed

ciate. Mr. J. L. Long, the well known Squash String Beans and wf y/Hf(
contractor and builder, who has since Succotash, per can____________15c Pain ess. .
SANFORD HIGH SCHOOL DEFEATED June 6th of this year, erected in Or- Honest Weights and Measures ti
BY ROLLINS lando nine bungalows of the Ken-
ACADEMYOn tucky type, and two dwellings, has Soft Corns, Callouse, Bunions reduced. Broken Arch

Morse Athletic Field at Winter 'laid the foundation for a two story, Cash Grocery Co. DR. U H. RAMSDELL treated at my office in the Christ Building, No. 1 East
Park the
yesterday eleven
academy |nine room residence on the corner of OPTOMETRIST ,
of Rollins College defeated the San- I Parramore and East street where he I. Telephone 648 7 E. Church St ORLANDO. - FLORIDA Central Avenue. .
ford high school boys in one of the' and his family will make their home.It 7E FIT GLASSES. GRIND LENSEf :

score fastest of games 12 to 6.of the The best season work, by of a comfort will be and constructed when completed with a nothing viewto AND orrmr DO.u ALL Rw'KINDS*iwrwnSURVEYINII' OF i:=: Anna Kaeser Grad. Chirop. j. :;

the academy was done in the early in that section will excel it in Nine Out ofTen 'i.. ..
part of the game, the eleven suffering beauty of architecture and modern i. .
from over confidence towards the conveniences. lIe " . , . ,
I expects to have it
people will mention the Model if
last.Black : ready for occupancy by the tenth of
starred several times during January.Mr. I asked where a good meal maybe

the game with his running with the Long has recently sold his obtained at a reasonable and Plating and Sub-Dividing
balL Repeatedly he dodged the opposing home at 601 Pine street to Mr. S. R. moderate price. And these nine Dr. Henry G. HanchettMusic
interference and made
considerable
McQuaters. are right.If PROMPT AND ACCURATE
gains for the Blue and Gold.Lutz's WORK
fed but Studio 107 America Street
we ten
people
tackling was a feature of the TENNY WILL GO TO WASHINGTON we
afternoon as was the smashing game could not do so at 25c each; but HAL A. IRISH PRIVATE PIANO LESSONSIn

played by Fletcher, who was at his if we serve hundreds we can Technique, Expression, Repertory and Sight Playing
best in the recovery of forward Lloyd S. Tenny, secretarymanagerof and do. Civil Engineer
passes. the Florida Growers and Shippers CLASSESi
We have
made
it possible for
Sanford played a good game League will leave early next week 47 Wntklnq nidg. Orlando, Fla. ( ) BEETHOVEN HEADINGS-Studies in Musical Structure by Means of
throughout but was outclassed by the for Washington D. C., where he will person to live well]] in Orlandoat Lecture Hecltals.

academy team both as to weight and assist in the fight to be waged before a moderate cost, U) AUTISTIC t INtElttMtfctAttUN Adtahtwl t'letrra.
experience.: The Seminole county congress to secure a federal ap-) Our 23 cent regulars fihd 15)
Lots made their bhe touchdown toward tirohHatioh for the light the F. A. PEPPERCORN flU( ELfi.MfcLNf \ \ ItAHMUMTi)
choritelia
against "phl !: _.. .tiiti.. tfrinii.. hit. Olin - -
the! last! of the! fourth t1 ltifltlerfttui tUtUs canker.. time{ - po. .u 01'''' IliftlFttt t tlfrilal With Anhuunt@atenl bf Cnufsee \\ttlltt'tIItY! E t"ltiftlt,
\then (the! tt'tt'tt'titl1lst1t! blest Mrs Tehhy relUrhed Itt Urlahilrt )'el- HUILDKH and CONTHACTOnPhone () Ufo t'Jttht'f P I, I I'll.I:! fll H (U'flut.lh)' yard ftf AdHilMJHH Mitt HP! Had at tttt';!
til the lose"! lit ttie! jMhieHie! |111 ig!kiH 'HldJHtorhlhg front rt this| Itt 'ful1lt(, (Oysters) fresh every dry. 37: l'Ii'lfffldf UF ''tf tltth'" Jlittk fltlfP,
was lit Bill II 11""' Jio""I'!I"Iii fI, 111"1tIIll't'1i fthtl tithe Ijull1g( : 9huFsday. hhtlttMf
I gdliglit! 'liy 1 I'letttipF nil .ftA fulwntd : 'hlWf Wue Hite Ijt tie ptetkeFaat } !
*!!, it fatty) |+tet) fit l tMiFiittf:: tmefi t'y' the
A large eiewd witneei' ,11| the gant@, Felltind:: t nard' Pf t trade, (OPEN) DAY) AND NlflUT( L. Porcivol Hutton
ateral; ' ante' parties (runt anfnrd

and Orhiuto HUemJiotr The "t'elery NIMIKIIMMIH IUS ,\ W# I MNB 37 Liberty Bt, Nw York, NY ACDIDINT IINALTJI
('Hf" boys t tuuli sniper, Ht the college
commons. 'leaving' shortly Aft One, pf: the 'latest firms to enter the AHCIUTECT UARIMTY' UTOMQmf.J' .

for their return trip, rW'4flI.. Transfer business world Company.i ii the This Windermere new company TheModelCafe McNeillp vfJ Building, Orlando ,.\Tfi GLASS BURQUUYEBTY

SlUTRAfiE: MEETI.NT which has 'been doing business Florida. PROI'I DAMAqB WORKMAN'S COMPENSATION
An iiitvrtifttuii: mi'tUng: : of tha Suffrage for nearly a week, ii running a bus
I.eugue was held Thursday afternoon. line from Windermere to Orlando. At \V. T. ENTRICAN Member F. A. A.

The meeting wan I led by present they are making four trip
Iran Ferguson ho dUcu8ed the a week-on Monday, WeJnelida, Friday LICENSED CONTRACTORfor
civil government of Florida very en- und Saturday. At soon a* the S.S.JonesChiropractor Georgia Casualty CompanyGEO.
tertalnlnI)'. The League U planningto roads are in better condition they expect
have u series of addresses by to put on a daily schedule. This PAINTING. DECORATINO: KTC:
prominent people during the year. bus line will fill a long felt want. A. IIUTCIIINSQN, GtntrnlJfnt.. .
Until this time there has been no easy -
INTER 1'ItI)1'tS) : way to get either to or from Colha Orlando, Florida
Phone :317: ,
or Windermere (Graduate of Davenport la. Col
MU Roue Power will spend (the Room .I and 6 Walking' Illork Phone 700
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weekend In Orlando H* the. guest "fMinn Aiiviri; 'II. IIUII.hElls I ...: euo.Sprelallat
Gayle Dnvln, who U. .H former ,. In |Ilhulllilill your buildinir, compare' Ro m No 3, Hfhulli& 11 Mr. : on Nervous and<1
I ho suet pf brick veneer with wood.
Rollln ktudent.
'think' uf theoiiVPiiteltra,, and PI'MII- Dr. C. W. Fain Chronic Dlscaa@r' ,
i.my if '1'iiyintr, nil nmtviInU from title -
The regular nlK of the Fortnightly Arm. ('''"ltil'"r' the InvcMmpnt ng well IIKNTI8TOffl

'' Club will t.. held ,nest, Monday our,NN the nervlc other'I will Mf help)oiir you.house Cook, nnd A I (. Hoursi 8 to 12, 2 to 3.WINTEIt 4th( Iloor,1'. D Building Advertise in the Sentinel

i+ Co., Christ building, I M2'4'4lc:: PARK, 1 LA. Phone 209



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I I W, LEtTUIIH Illdtithafd;Moure ON/ /HIIIKHIA was (formerly ,, r =I' .4\ IO. : L =3 t=3E:;

I I (@rhttt ''n ntirtJ an Instructor! itt the University tit>
Illinois!, lie das 'IWHP' tifeleil? the' ttltll.ti "let It At AII ft'."

Miui lido mmle blheF,
ektendad l li 'trip' !,
fi4ltillif i l.i iO\l1( t'tI.fNlAfl; ) |many 144 possible (Mrtieipate in thautomobile o tiara I for tulHeaUond and JQljfPi4lilitl1! SWEBT\

H.. December) 4, parade, work,
Nu1Ioe Nrd.f\\ The chairman: tnoVe! of the plan
r* u, If, JoJ.tlnlion( Nearly seven months were spent
hostess, carried out elsewhere of having each
p A, Itti Mrs. H A Robinson hostess, j county choose a certain color schemeI investigating the industries, exile
Papers by Mrs A, I* "'or e and 'i iMrs. system, And prisons of what is known
of the
and pretty effect that might )arkest
tieorea Banschbach, as Russia. On one occasion -
Misa Gayle Davis hostess at luncheon be obtained by this. The matter was Mr. Moore was arrested REAM t to
in hnor of Miss Nuckolls. i discussed at length. as an
Mrs. S, 8. Griffin hostess at receptionin Mr. O'Neal spoke briefly of the American spy and spent two months V
policy
honor Mrs. Park Trammel i in one of those "death hells," as the 11
of "Visitors First" that has always
exiles call them*but which the world
I
LADIES AUXILIARY COMMITTEEOF been carried out by the Fair knows
I as Siberian prisons. lie was
MIDWINTER FAIR MET Association in granting them whatever Watch Bracelets
arrested
I seven other times as a spy Delivered
promptlyAny
YESTERDAYMuch I courtesies possible, saying that and held from one to fortyeighthours. o
I the out of town people had ever been
enthusiasm was manifestedin disposed to fall in pleasantly with ( hour) Convertible into a regular watch, or can be worn on 11
the plans for the decorated auto-I I Mr. Moore has prepared a wonderful -
any plans suggested. neck chain; twenty and twenty-five and solid
mobile and motor trades parade to be lecture, and the Baraca class of year gold
The vice-chairman of each of the V
cases.
held in connection with the Midwinter -I|'I the Baptist church has been fortunate
Fair in February which: was discussed counties plans to visit her territoryand enough to secure the date of Saturday Also anythingin CHRISTMAS GOODS ARE HERE[
call a meeting of the people at r
by the ladies' auxiliary committee December 4, to have it given at
of the Fair Association at a some central point, where as many as the opera house. Mr. Moore relates<< ALLEN & CO. JEWELERS
possible from the general committee ,
meeting held in the San Juan hotel his own personal experiences in the
will to talk [b
go over plans and ascertain
yesterday morning most graphic and telling, manner,
how many cum may bo expected il TOA 1JL-=: 3 Tirr.J
M".rll. Seth Woodruff, J. I.. Giles wt'urlntho/ chains, dress and fettersof
and II. I.. Herman, the committee of from that locality. an exile convict, to illustrate tho
men having charge of thin feature of Mrs. O'Nvul requested Mr. Giles to lecture. Ho uses not only tho moving !""f A rOAT OF I"UtSIII'iT: :
npoint some ono cUr vicechairmanof Drug W or1 rl rlAt
tho fair, were present' also W. U.O'Nt'ul at picture machine but n new pro- LL make a house more attractive! pro
Orange she It front
county us would prefer serves decay nnd render it
who hud been requested! to in her position us chairman of feeling apparatus railed the "quadro- 7 more saleable nt a better ,figure Hut
offer miggeRtions. Mr. Giles railedthe the general committee, not wope," that not only produces the q t Vii, you must use the bent Paint to get tho
to Interest
meeting to order, stating its purpose IK-HI dissolving effect but renultnncer -lil .' a U'nt result. The right kind for the
and mentioning the appointment . herself in any particular county before attained, also ::/G<) feet a", |>urHi?o too. Conic here for nil paint
:Mrs. James I.aughlin III consented information of tiny kind. We don't
of Mrs. W. !R. O'Neal as chair. to serve in this capacity. of moving picture films and :200( colored r N "' ibarge for it and charge but little
man of the ladies' committee. j stereopticon views are used. for the fine paints we arc prepared
1 Active work will be
after
Mrs. O'Neal called the roll of the started This is going to be one of tho most ( to nupply.
January 1, 1'JIC.WOMAN: .
members and answering it were Mrs. ( interesting and instructive entertainments --- ---

G. II. Kdwards, Mrs. II. L. Bccman, -CONSTAHLK- : that has ever come to Orlando, Orlando Paint & Wall Paper Cc
Mrs. C. G. Westcott, Mrs. Seth and the opera house will be well filled J(
Wood-I I Nearly all cities of any size have ; sa.w 205 S. Orange Avenue
ruff, Mrs. J. L. Giles, Mrs. . Saturday night. Admission price i is
woman probation officers, and
Bradshaw, Mrs. D. C. Thompson, Mrs. policebut 25: and 35 cents. Reserved scats 15; Phone 261
COLEMAN RHAN
Smith & .
township in Ohio has
S. A. Johnson, Mrs. LeRoy D. Giles, onethe cents extra. Tickets at Allen's jewelry -
cities better and
Mrs. D. W. Rogers, Mrs. James Mc- one elected Mrs store.
John Graber as town constable. As
Laughlin III., Mrs. W. M. Glenn, Miss -0CIIRISTIAS-
she is a woman of and abil-
Wary Guernsey, Miss Eliza Wright.Mr. resource : SALE
'
;ity she will no doubt fill the office ad PharmacyPHONE
Woodruff, as temporary secre- mirably. The Junior Auxiliary will hold its CAREY HANDFUNERAL
tary, read the draft of a letter which i annual sale of toys and fancy work
is to be sent to every automobile own- : -0- at the Chapter House of St. Luke's 20
er in the five counties, urging that as I 1 at You the Astor.will enjoy the Sunday l-12-4-2tc dinner Cathedral on Wednesday, December DIRECTORAND

8, commencing at 2:30. Come and

help the children realize a nice sum EMBALMERAll

Wedding' Bells Will Ring for 12-4-41 their work for-0-missions. OFF--FOR--HUNTE. --,--


for many couples during the next sixty days and those who SOCIETY NOTES OF INTEREST G. Duckworth calls answered Promptly Dayor
The two handsome yachts at the Ralph Yearby,
send out fashionable invitations will order them from the J. P. Halifax River Yacht Club wharf that Oscar and Lee Lorraine left yesterday Night. Hand Block.

Stevens Engraving Co., 47 Whitehall St., Atlanta, Ga. Samplesand were so gaily decorated with flags morning for Zellwood for a day's
and pennants on Thanksgiving day hunting.
prices are furnished upon application. Be sure and get the OrlandoFlorida'
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the Framalin
J f were owned by Jame I
proper thing by ordering from them. Laughlin III., of Orlando, and the OPENS NEW GROCERY PHONE 639. RESIUENl PHONE 457

Leila, owned by C. J. Banta, of New J, M. Caruthers has opened a cash
York. who Is Ktipndlnu1!' the season
---- grocery store on Lake street in
"" " " " MMMMMMMtMMMIIL . . .. .1.1smwart here MS usual. .Daytona Newg.: hectlon with his greenhouse.! con

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The program for tho December

meeting of the Daughters/ of the

American Revolution, to be held thin

afternoon includes "Special legislative THE LUCERNE FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL
Work of Wm. henry Harrison,

:, John Tyler, Jaa. Knox Polk, and
Zachary Taylor," by Mrs A. L. Forde,
and "Elizabeth Monroe," by Mrs. Geo.Qanschbach. TODAY

t' .
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Mrs. James Laughlin III. arrived LAST APPEARANCE OF

Thursday and is receiving her friendsat
her pretty home, Virginia Heights. TONY MARK CURTIS & O'NEALInsurance

She has spent the summer months Musical Entertainer

visiting various resorts on the New
England coast. Her sister Miss Bes-
Loans Real Estate
sie Mahady, will not come to Orlando "WHEN TIIEIVES FALL

s. until February. .
OUT" Rentals

GOOD BALL GAME:
Two-Part Kalem

The nine from St. Joseph's acad-
VadullM Gaso- emy walloped the nine from the
Orlando public school yesterday af- "BROKEN WAYS"Biograph

ternoon to the tune of 24 to 0. The

game was staged on the local diaL ESTABLISHED
hue mond at the Fair Grounds. IMIl

F Feed "DOG LUCK"Lubin
"WHEN THE FROST IS OX TilE \
PUMPKIN": :
I Then its genuine baked beans weather. Comdey5c MlliilMliilMMMIIMMIilllMMIIMMilllilllilliREO

Try Mrs. ]Dwight's baked beans ________
Lock ignition. supper, 35c., from 6:30 to 7 p. m. tonight -
I December 4, 101 North Orange "Same
Real leather avenue Baked beans fur sale prompt. Little Prlces'JOe
upholstryOne
ly every Saturday at 4:30: o'clock;
also brown bread hot tea biscuits" ,
man top and Dtilitd. Sunday dinner at Mrs.I
Dttlght'n from 12:: to :2: o'clock) M I ?.
Jiffy CurtainsFull Remember, its the quality, not (;jauntily GRANDTODAY
that count in eating J
1 1'J-Mtc:: 1
floating rear axle

Timken bearings -

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$850.00 at Orlando TonA Y'S PROGRAM

I Broncho. "Shorty Inherits a Ha
rem." A comedy-drama in two parts, AN EVENT TO RECOLLECT
featuring Shorty Hamilton.
Reliance. "The Noon Hour." WILLIAM. FOX, Presents
Keystone Comedy. "Love and Bul
Jets' BETTY NANSENThe 1916
Don't forget to see Shorty today.
lIe gets lost in the Jungles of India
while travelling with a Wild West Actress Who Speaks With $950.00 F. O. B. Orlando

I.I.V.\ PHILLIPS & S SONS show return, aids i is made a dying heir maharajah to the kingdom., and; in Her EyesIn ,

A part of his inheritance is a trifling
harem of forty dashing, wives. Come a photoplay Peerless Are Here. Let us show you
out and see how Shorty gets along.
Also a good Reliance. Power
ow 210 S. Orange Ave. Five cents to all. This Wonderful Car

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PHONE ---- --- -
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I, OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN AND
SURGEON Ilased on Sardou's! "La Tosca"

Dr.! Howell eon, ,announces-oeteopathic! that physician he has Nothing. Like It Yet Beheld On PALMS AUTO CO.
returned

where he took from post llar\ard! graduate University work in, Spoken Or Silent Stage. Sways! N. Orange Ave. Phone

tIf'r: none and throat diseases, Your Soul with Subtle 400
Wizardry
Also
physical dlagnd l (nerve
heart, lung kidneys and other vU
cent), And electrotherapy. and cents, -
pious dUeaie Office, Cheney build-

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MORninG The True Spirit of Christmas EARLY



It is not always the most expensive gifts that Ate most appreciated! fateful selection is! more important than mete! cost t. the gifts that show real thoughtfulness! and ron*ld&

the heartiest \\ ltum@.
eratlon are the gifts that meet with carefully selected stock of "suitable, gift thing Y'ou'lU be waited on by salespeople! who know their stocks! thoroughly, and who e sugges!
At our store( )-bU can choose! from a that leisurely and thoughtful selections ran only be made early in the month, before the hut t minute rush begins..
remind
tlon will be most! helpful to )-uu. Hut \\'@ you



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


GRANDMOTHER \ Alloiher SensatIOnal Silk Purchase fJUANUUAUDY ....._.

? Comfy Slippers ____ _____$1.50
Path Robes _____n___|2.75 to $8.50 Felt Slipers; __________$1.25 to $1.50Lounging
: Black Silk; Press length A Spot Cash Proposi. _____ r: .. -=- .\\.
Robe 5.00 to $10.00
_______________$11.25 -
to .t
t $4.45 to get _______________ '
' Wool Kimonas ________$1.75 to $6.50 tion enabled us White Vest ___ $2.50 ;;T ,
{ I !; r Ostrich Boa ________.2.50 to $1.50 hold of a full range Muffler ______________________$2.00 (. .:; \:--\ J..
I Coat ________________$9.50 to $35.00
/.r ..__._______ Iia''llSoft )
Coat Suit __________$17.50 to $50.00 of Beautiful coloringsin Initial Hankerchief 25c
Hand Bag ____________$1.50 to $7.50Kid I or Stiff Hats ____________$3.00 h.:_. '-
Gloves __________$1.00 to $3.50 I ALL SILK CREPEDE Outing Night Shirt __________$1.00 (C)
_________50c to $2.00 A quality -
Silk Stockings i CHINE.
Slumber Robe ________________$2.50 Smoking Jacket ______________$5.00 9ltdtJI'JIQbQ
White Apron ____________25c to 50c i e that could not pos- Walking Stick -_______-_______$1.50 /:>_1'11

iI I sibly be sold in the or- Suspenders ________--__25c to $1.50 lLlWlaUiI.-y Jnr1' )?

dinary way of busi-
I kd

I 4 ness for less than MOTHER

DADDY _- $1.25 a yard. Wool Dress length _.$3.75 to $10.00

Comforter __________$1.25 to $10.00
"Hart Schaffner & Marx" The magnificient range of shades includes EgyptianGold ________
to
Pair Blankets $10.00Silk
$1.50
Ulster __________$20.00 to $25.00 r Rose Pink, Sky Blue, Azure White, Old Rose,
Kid Slippers ________$1.50 to $1.75 2 1 Eau de Nil, Copenhagen, Russian Green, Steel, African 3 Dress length ____$5.50 to $12.00
Saturdayand ______________
On Gloves $1.00 to $3.50
Tie ___________________50c to $2.00 } Brown, Pink, Navy, and Raven Black.
Monday at the very Special Price of Silk Hose ____________$50c to $1.60
Gloves ______________$1.50 to $2.50
/J Hand Bag __________$1.50 to $10.00
Auto Gloves _________2.00 to $3.50 l
Toilet Set _________1.25 to $12.50
Silk Sox _____________50c to $1.00 -
89c3rdNo Umbrella ____________$1.98 to $10.00
Bath Robes __________$.1.00 to $10.00
17Q7 1)1? Kimona ______________85c to $25.00
Fancy Vests ________$4.00 to $5.00 ?JfGJtel3l1iiJe Fur Neck Piece ______$5.00 to $7.50

Outing Pajamas ______________$1.50"Manhattan" 9\J ) ? mall or phone ordersMillinery-_ fLQ/ House Slippers ______$1.00 to $:!.50

Shirts _.$1.50 to $3.00 1.JuULlr

Special!It ---- .
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20Urijfinnl t) f Litt\' Trimmed Hals( frbffl Our UWH Wtkhiulll- i DFpa3 1d i .t f.00
FuN $
i I Intufdrtt : H1 l1! ::;:::::::::::: ::
jt lst ttMRl1irUf@ ltllnUrtmt\ t'OH4piithiNot! $5.L)0 tittti fti.&O Viduwiiiul "HartSrik rknltl1H: lMaH"
Muiuljiy ftlf !J1TYn ._ !I:0))
tt huil\ ==: ::::::::::::::=::::::::
:.:.:.:.:.::JLM \to I12.8 1 l\tioni, fkrluai:0! uthH I thalfilFF\ t\ M tFk" ttFFFFOl
hit- 1't\tt@f IInt =l'nfiiinn! C0nr01\ !
: __. 10.00 \ 1
P\Bl' :. ::::: :.fL8 I \ \ ', t'1ii0f {) !\ :-::::-:-fJflflfl tBlino U 011WI '
Ira+iFFf l :::===''sat{; \\9 U.OIl I lug tzhR@ t9 noon t
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r heff 1'eily! ti@: ======'H'O' !t8 UnOfHF : i .on to II ld value\ i\tunhu\ iintV l Mnndii\ ;\? fur :\gd Shirt ------------4 nn te 1b0
r st l Nt:F>t Piiw =----tann{\ t toffi>I : I'HUM id f Ifi tnUi?! :irturdii, not l M nmittV,> for Ul1 1 Hr'$ m j!n-'I, J bilk: I\nl'' tint----l.na' :
; t1F1FiFh IIaRF:!\ --=--=-=-' -M'' Ot --- ------ ''lllH', {flw Ihl!\4 _____u_______ $-nflt' _
nnlni Ii1es4 f1I1nlfth--'f'i! toftfiq .- tiror 1 Irfw !Inch! ___------_$ tq ;.,1.00 d11"IJlmlt ;
Ii4nlf"? liia4h t (l I1'lInlf\ u--f4.a RIBBON SALE [Kuiti I Bilk pr >fladras'' '
Mesh Hat' ; ______u__ to f a.au $|.BQ 'la- ___' 9 t. !
J 1landkenhlel', plain'' pr Initial Hell _.UWUh.&O| JIIIlji'r
__ ___.tB0 t Q t.Qli toM) ) and BUyer Khhei.f5.UO 'to 97.00 l'OLYlJ p PI
$fafiflIGitoInitial ________'3.0 to tB60
and) will
( .|3.nO to ,11.00I.I"N Continues
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ciffrig ? cdillnUB until Mutt ---- - --- -

tidy' With Ullabnt tnm ? '
11,1 tlYlar@tt@
thu\l!'\ltU lI\a The a a I:.
,
1 / hOrttll@ntA ju>t Menmpl@te \ Plet..........,93,00) ta |7f.o)

: r lit@4@a ......_...,,,,Tti@ to $150)
ll ( a* on thaflr
1"'lm y- f'lftt'qY' @I ......_,,.,.,*T\:\@ to 'I.U:
1 5? ta BOut \ :t' V11F@ss@a t day, as!' we continually -
1t
ItAFI@fy =================
.... :50e $5:00 I A rMiIly + t w@at@r4 t :........,,,=.,75o:\} to 11,50
1i'aiet I =::::-:::. to 11,25: / }) \" l'a y atUI to them, v4' Bootees ,,:.,,::...__,,____258 to 35e

Middy tit@es -"-----'"n.f\O\ to 112,60 (C ''( pon't miss these! __ _,__ _25c to 50o
Coat ____ __ ____13.50 to n,.fIO \ 1)sf) Hosiery ? ? =-
lUt _=-=-____-_-___-_-_____$1,30 to a,00 l (,. 1) ." !7J' marvelous values! i5 Fancy Pins ...._....?.... .,.______25c to 350

;Mesh nag __u__________75o to $?.OO \( Ivory Set; -___________$1.25 to $3.009V1liftJlliUlL

Fancy nan ercbiefs ______50 to 35cWindsor '- Tj ___________75c to $3.75
________ lQ) -- I ,e. Blankets --
Tie u25c to $1.25 ____________16c
Values to 35c, on sale for
Bath ------$1.25 Lot 1. up 23c Comforts ____________$3.75 to $5.00
e------------l lfJve 2. Values to GOc, on sale for---------- aDlI/
Chatelain _. to $1.50 9fJllafJX III Lot Lot 3. Values up up to 75c, on sale for____________27c Wool Vests ______________SOc to 75c
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___ 50c to $1.00
Brush tnd Comb jttleJrter II Lot 4. Values up to $1.00 on sale for__________38c /
Lot 5. Values up to $1.25, on sale for__________49c




GROCERY DEPARTMENT I

BOARD A full line of Richelieu Pickles, Preserves., Jams and Spiced to prices
TIMELY SUGESTIONS FOR THE FESTIVE It will pay you get our
I Fruits, Figs and Mince: Meats.:
New Nuts_ both whole and shelled; New Popcorn. I The kind of Cheese we carry, includes on goods before buying, as we have a large stock that was

Stuffed and whole Dates. \ Limberger, Imported Roquefort, Neufchatel, Cream Snap- j purchased before the advance.DicksonIves .

Crystalized Cherries and Ginger. py, Welch Rarebit, Imperial, Pimento, etc., etc. ..4


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OllljAN O I" 6T PROVINg nA'lfi fI, NTlflff1f Pli rnoo TO AJI lnJ\NJ( p.
IT NAM"City AIJ NgW

f iiri, PQlhJt:1jf.! ''cq4i'tfan
Beautiful" f.amp"-In" of Or1 n o, r t4rl1jI'' tQ shinirtQn, The plaq tQ Qie (hp
b1ic IchQoJs; in the Jduc tjon of .
the Ity I lit v ning foUowing can.I
There hn'e been over to miles of twelve daYIi' outing in the 6outhealitern I meeting wite-spreal approUI
brick Itreets put down within the Iection ol the count)'. "here they throughout the country the lJureau off
city limits in the flast )'ear. LorJeredon ha-e Leen enjoying the Lig game f Naturalization, Pepartment of !.aLor
each tiide ily concrete side walks.whic'h hunting. 'The gentlemen report the I announced today.Approximately.
will Le completed this winter.Beautilul usual success attending sportsmen in 400 cities and t.'wn)
homes demand Leautilul5idnalks that portion of Lee county. six d er. I a''ready ha"e joined in this movenwn;
and streets. and it takes and fourteen turke's having fallen to Americanize the aliens who c'm.to .
all three to make a Leautiful city.Il to the ns ol the party. While the the United States and more arc;
recent rains made being added to the list daily.
a good sidewalk has not Leen'' tra'elling somewhat -
put down in front ol )'our place you j difficult. the party experienced The plan of the bureau is to gl't
are not doing )'our part to make the a most enjoyable outing. Leing so deli in touch with applicants for natural.
citv. beautiful. : _hted with their exnerienN_n __nn__! tn u.,_,"_ :ization where they are to be found -
they have individuaUy determined to and to arrange for opening classet: !
return for them. Schools are held both i
next season. O"er 30 deer J dJY
Cau the were jumped during the trip. between and night to suit the convenience ofVives
40 and 50 turkeys were sighted, and a \ of al1 applicants also ar.!
ORLANDO COXCRETE'VORKS
,large amount of small game. such asquail. the scholars.
squirrels and ducks, were added advised to attend school because they EVERYTHING MUST GOt

and get figures on all classes of con. to the larder of the camp daily. receive American citizenship when
crete work. Several wildcats were also brought their husbands obtain final papers,
down.-Fort 1II'er5 Press. It has been found the bureau sa's.
Phone 495 401 Long St. These mighty and successful "Nimrods" that such instruction aids the foreigners ,
have retarned to Orlando safe.ly to live as Americans do and helps '
., and their families and friends are improve the home life and conditions I'I'to
Convinced feasting on the "fat of the land." of the atiens.IIUERTA .
I I IAll Goods sold
O at a Sacrifice.We want
TilE POWER WATER WAGOX? o
"Yes. said the specialist. as heltood TilE KAISER DARE
by the lick contractor. "I can
NOT
cure you'" OVERRULE El Paso. Tex.-lIuerta thinks heIs make Clean
"What win It cost." asked the lick on the water wagon because. 9beyIng a Sweep today so
man laintly."Ninetyfive. nertin.-No man in the German ,
dol1ars." the doctor treating him for jaundice. -
"You wUl have to shade ,rour price Empire can overrule the Kaiser. but he abstains from rum, brandy
a little." r plied the contractor. 1 there f. one power before which hi. and aguardlentes."I .
got a better bid from the undertaker." wilt ,Ields. have been ictured drunktrdalmost COME EARL YITTT
The apec1allat stood at on hi. prlc. This Is the tont'entrated entrlQ' ofGentral as a -
and hi. competitor got the Job. a lot-but you lIeo I
W. are apeciaUstl In our line of atafT-undoubtedly the Inrat.tst drink nothing." he ald. Then ft'plyIng -
work and lanltary conditions prevan. ( t'ollt'Ction of military know1edge I to que Uonll. h. added:
.! .11I ll) )'ou to atay on the lar..Iae. J''I lltory of tho world.It OInJ.....,.. .I".A..o..o'"....,... ._. 11.IIHIU.,_ 'I.L lIJn wine ou' n ." ". . 11 __

Orlando out.tronJu('onllultln"rll!" tJuan thf hOe WAr.tho It K dou lllu. 10 It wllh-f. Jlft'r with then T tho with No.dlnnt'r A no trlfntl-nothlnJr; And It I......n1fr"JhulI wRIte now n1ort'tnll otUrnfl. W r nll U mtInH m ll liV n S l'Vi'

Strictly the
'l'o\kl"1' : : qUf.tlon ntI All wnrmlnlC liquor. doc.to .
my
Steam Laundry whlc" h. IUflremo haa not ('orneto ,. forbid."
ra ted. The Knller. an .Lle military

FRI Ncn DRY CI4EANF.nsLAUNDEREItS lender hlm.elt know. hetter than J'J1''I'NIltIlWU 1'U\"fS: : : NF.SIJ
that. lie f..albe, that thl're .
are sev.eral ('II.\I.USm-: : l'OUSfU41.1t :
PHONE 88S. Individual brl\ln'l In the Gtl'al
nNIl'tRI Staff hlUl-h del'f't'r than hiliIIwn.
I hlutJfh. I'n"l1e toot"nil tE'nmor
lIl'tore t"e Imprve; ('ollpl! the U"IVt't1lly or 1'llbllutJh to,
Helen Graves th-p ,a JIUty of th J ftv '"wtltet'' '1."OW" 1. nlJtJt t'hn1lt'nJf'11 the ('ot"t'll I'Il'H'1I

for R Ialm tll IIp'ethI''e' thE' gf\ tE'tnrhnlnlllnlthlil.
hahlllOlIlnJt. tnahlrutlnr. tari l 1Ih,1 !'; N..ltht'1' tpnht ',, t ItaI11l
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lIere9s big money sa\'ings for 'ou. By taking of these
) advantage
reductions )'ou can easily n-e from 10 per cent to 50 per cent. on high grade furniture9 rugs, carpets, stoves and
dishware. lIa"e )'ou looked'? If )'ou ha"e ).ou9-e probably wondered how it happens that we9re
quoting such ridiculously low prices on this splendid stock, Dut we are quoting them.
and there9s a reason. 'Ye do this to make for
room large
shipments
arring dail-.
There
ne-er has been another opportunity like it, and those who hesitate are going to lose out. Don't
wait a ininute if )'oU want to share in these wonderful offerings. 'Ve absolutely guarantee
workmanship and condition of e'ery piece.

THE FOLLOWING LIST WILL GIVE ITEMS SHOWING LIBERAL REDUCTIONS



Special Reductions Special Reductions

Regular $3.00 Pedestal F. O. reduced to $2.48 GO LEUM
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Regular $9.50 Ladies Desk. mah.. reduced to$2.48 Regular $45.00 G. O. Ex Table, reduced 10$39.75

Regular $12.00 Ladies Desk, l\Iah, reduced to $9.75 Ru GS Regular $36.00 G. O. Ex Table, reduced to$31.75

Regular $6.50 F. O. Rocker, reduced to $5.75 Regular $27.00 G. O. Ex Table. reduced to$22.75

Regular $12.00 Kaltx 'Vriting Table. reduced to$10.48 Ideal FOT the living TOO Regular $25.00 F. O. Ex Table. reduced to$21.75Re

lar $6.75 Kaltx Desk Chair. reduced Con oleum Rugs have aided in solving what was a per- Regular $17.50 G. O. Ex Table. reduced to$15.00
JIetIDg: rroblem
? to
to ------------------------- $5.98 many housewives-how to make the Regular $15.00 E. E. Ex
--------------- l1vmg room cheerful at moderate cost. Table. reduced to$12.50

Regular $9.00 Hong Kong Rocker, reduced to$6.75 Congoleum Rugs are made by a new and wonderful pro- Regular $1.25 D. R. Chairs, reduced -___________

Hegular $3.50 Hong Kong Chair. reduced ______ cess. They do not fade in the sun. He flat 'tho t fa .
$ t R I $ .50 D.
egu ar R. Ch
ening and d
never "kick up", To clean : as th: aIrs. re uce d __________$ .

TIegular $16.50 Leather Rocker. reduced to$10.48 ::r e u terproof: CongoJeum Rugs are a re- Regular $4.00 D. R. C airs. reduced __________$ .

Hegular $30.00 Leather Rocker.Iah, reduced Regular 75c D. R. Chall's, reduced --____________

to ---------------- _____________ $ 1.00 Regular
------------ $1.00 D. R. Chairs, reduced ____________

rtegular $ ..OOIorris Chair. reduced ________$ Regular $1.75 D. R. Chairs. reduced to ---_______$ .

Heg'ular $20,00 I.iI.ral' Chair. reduced ________ .
) $ Regular $3.50 Iron Ded. reduced to-___________$ .7r

Hegular $9.00 Heed Hocker. reduced to$7.9".; Regular $ 1.50 Iron Bed. reduced ---_________$ .

Hl'gular $9.00 n<'e(1 Chair. rluc'd _______
_____$ Regular $5.00 Iron Bed. reduced _
____________$ ,
Hl'g'ular $17.00 Fibre St'at. redut.'d __________ .
$ :;n Regular $8.00 Iron Bed. reduced ___
_________$ .

nl.gular $11.50 Chair toIatch: Seat. reducl'd to$7.(;;) Regular $9.50 Iron Bed. reduced --____________$ .

Uegular $11.50 Hocker toIatch: St'\t. reduced to$7.6:1 Regular $5.00 Iron Springs. reduced to-$3.7

Uegular $16.00 G. O. Mu ic Cnbinet. reduced toU..I
Regular $8.50 Felt :\Iattress, reduced ________$ /
Hegular O Tnbou '> reducl'd
$2. )( tte. to-t.9
Regular $12.00 l'elttattress: reduced ________' .
R'gular $2.00 Tnbourette, reduced ____________$ .

Hegutar $1.00 Tnbourette, reduced ______________ .' negutar '5.00 San CoUcheE!, reduced to .......__......iJ.08:

Hl'gular ,::I.tiO Hocker, reduced to---___________' .4S ttegutar ,10,00 San Couchee, reduced -____ '"" .

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CURRIEVILLE NOTES CONSULS ASK FOR MORE PAY HAYTI HANDS HER PURSE TO HllllitMl IMMMIIMIMMMMIIIIMIIMIMMIMM*

OWING TO WAR U. S. GOVERNMENT I

Currieville Fla., Dec. 2.-Thanksgiving .

in Currieville was quietly ;Washington D. C.-Virtually every Washington D. C.-The new treaty "No Nursery Tree Is A First-Class Tree
spent. The majority went to the consul representing the United States ,
woods. A party consisting of E. L. in belligerent countries has advised !with Hayti which gives the govern-
Brown and family J. M. Lane and the state deptrtment that it is almost I ment at Washington a broad financial

ftmily. of this place and J. F. Mc. impossible to live on the salaries paid ; protectorate over the island republic, Unless Budded
Clellannd and R. Lamb of Sanford during normal times because of the signed by the American minister and
went camping last week. All had a tremendous increase in the cost of ute Haytian foreign minister is in

fine time and report game to be plentiful living. I operation under temporary arrange- from Bearing
and it certainly was where they The first complaints were received ment previous to being submitted to
went for they returned with two deer from the consuls in Germany and the United States senate It has been

one turkey and a bounteous supplyof .Austria. Thereafter consuls in i ratified by the Haytian government | ,
quail tnd squirrels. On returning ,France England, Russia and the Balkan This treaty gives the United States trees of a known
home Mr. Brown was the loser of his states appealed for increases. Asa greater control over llayti's finances
fine black horse "Duke." result the state department will ask! than does the convention under which
D. W. Currie and family motoredover I II congress for a special fund for Increasing the United States collects and (lu er- Quantity and I
from Orlando yesterday, guests the salaries of the consuls vines the customs receipts In the Dominican
of Mr. 8. P. Smith. MUa Mae Thorn. during. the war. I Republic. Under the latter
burg accompanied them back. Shexpectn The consuls general at Paris and arrangement the United State retains
to upend the week In Orlando London receive $12,000.: Twelve consuls a portion of the receipt for] Quality of Production.
vlaltlng friend general! at the principal cities of payment of foreign creditors and the
Europe I: Ante and America receive balance U I turned! over to the Dominicans.
Mr. Clifford Smith, from Geneva,
'".000 A year. The third class con. Under the Haytian agreement 1 af .0./W.
wag a visitor here Sunday. -
sifting of four consuls general, receive llaytl agrees that the agents of the a
Quite a numbeer attended the entertainment Most consuls receive
frt.OOO United States shall retain a measure
and box social in Chuluota 12,000, $2,500) $3.000 and $3.600. of control not only over money to be Fc .- Conner.
Wednesday night The children were Reports that American consuls in tpplied to llayti's foreign creditors . .
well trained and considerable comment Germany have appealed to the deptrt- but also over funds to be used in
on the "school show." The ment for food have been denied by running. its government. Trees like these will work for you while you sleep. They can't be
teachers are so accomplished and deserved the state department. crown overnight; it takes time Contract for YOUR supply NOW.

the compliment they received I Read the Sentinel for the news.
during the evening. 59 KILLED AND 66 INJURED IS
The "taffy pull" given by the TOLL OF TilE HUNTING
Misses Lane in honor of their brother SEASON Two years ago in their advertising and by actual demonstration THE OCKLAWAHA

was well attended. NURSERIES began to educate the public as to what really constituted a real, first-class

It is rumored various changes are Chicago Dec. Fifty-nine persons Tampa SpecialVIA nursery tree of citrus fruits. The public when shown in our test groves what could be accomplished -

about to take place here. Watch the killed and sixty-six injured is by planting trees as they are grown in our nurseries began to call for, yes, DE-
Sentinel and see what they are. the hunting toll in eighteen states MAND trees that
have
were properly propagated TODAY nurseries that not been in existence
Mr. E. L. Brown motored to Orlan- for this season which ended yesterday
five are clamoring "PEDIGREED" for their strong suit in
the statistics available years nursery produc
do yesterday returning Monday according to
trip being. business mingled' with here today. Last season 111 persona Atlantic Coast Line tion. What would YOU do in their place, Mr, Planter? Why of course you would sell your

pleasure. were killed and 162 wounded. trees and adopt the surest method. But you are a BUYER, not a SELLER, and YOU ARE

Dragging shotguns through fences interested in the very best result you can get from your grove when you have spent your
SHORT WEEK: ON BRAIN JOI1SHoiton and other accidental discharge of Standard Railroad of the South time and money to bring it into bearing.

guns again claimed n majority of the Relnaugurated Nov. 15th-lCth I Then do not be mislead by claims intended for that purpose alone, but buy your trees where
of hunting
.I.uIThe, court victims. A score persons
ruled today, that the law supreme limiting the deer were shot by. fellow hunters who you are absolutely safe. Get them from the OCKllA W AHA NURSERIES, the originators

employment of women to fifty-four\ mistook them for game. Schedule-Dally of proper practices in propagation for the express purpose of producing tho ono thing

hours a week applied to those cngngcd! 1 3s'o estimate of the amount of Florida needs In the market, Arst-class fruit and plenty of It.

In mental pursuits as well all to those game killed Is made but It I Iii believed Lv. 4:00 Ar. Our trees will cost you more, may be fifteen to thirty cents more, but Professor Shamcl's
deer killed In Wisconsin, and 12:45 p. m. : p. m.
described as lahorcm.The . I the 7,000 1:20: I'. m. 1'lnnt City :.1:2f: p. m. work in California has demonstrated that an increase of CO per cent can be obtained our
the
court overruled exceptions Michigan last season will remain 1:38: p. m. lakeland 3:07: p. m. A-ay, over the ordinary method of propagation. What then is the fifteen to thirty cents in
record for 2:52 Kissimmce 1:51 m.
taken by the John T. Connor company I years. p. m. p.
which was convicted of employing 3:22 p. m. Orlando 1:20 p. m. comparison!' ? CATALOGUE FREE-Write for it.
4:05: p. m. Sanford 12:43 p. m.
Elsie Finn cashier for more "THE SMILE 0"ItIlF.UIS" STILLTO
as a
6:54: p. m. 1'alatka 10:44: p. m
than fifty-four hours in one week. 1 KL'GALE FRENCH 7:30 p. m. Ar. Jack'lle Lv. '.+:15 a. m.
Paris.The famous statue "The e
contended Miss Finn
The company Equipment will consist of Pullman
was not a "laborer" in the sense described mile of Rheims," has been preserved' I Broiler-Observation Parlor Cars A. C. Ocklawaha NurseriesO.
in the statute. The court although shattered by the bombardment L. Free Reclining Chairs Cars Standard .
gave its reason for differing and said: of the Rheims Cathedral.The Vestibuled Coaches and Combination
Coach and Baggage Cars.
Societe Nationale des Beaux-
"This applies quite as
reason
W. Conner. Proprietor, Tangerine: Florida.
it had established
Arts announced today -
strongly where the labor is not purely
physical but is also mental. The this fact after an investigationof
words 'laborer' and 'laboring' have no reports that the staue had been re For Information Call on | G. G. WRIGHT Agent Orlando Florida
hard and fast meaning." moved. W. D. WHITE, D. T. A. ,
Fragments broken from the figure W. R. O'NEAL, C. P. & T. A. ....

Read the Morning enttnel for the I have been collected and the statue Orlando ,
news. 10c. a week delivered. I'has been restored. MMeeO . .1. I I 1111.11111111,1,11111. 1.u... .1 t. . . .11 1 1 1.1) I 1..1. I I I I I I I. ......


Schultz Bldg.
Watkins Bldg.
Suite G and 7,,
Suite 1 and 3

WINTER PARK, FLORIDAIt
ORLANDO, FLORIDA

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space. Give me your price and terms today. Your

property will be listed and advertised at

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LAKE ROSEA


Scene at Lake view Heights


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

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

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

$;)0 to $150 each. Five and ten acre tracts facing brick road offered at extremely low prices. For

further information write or call on.WALTER. .


W. ROSE



I. For One 1)ayATE SENTINEL WANT ADS ARE READ BY 10,000 PEOPLE For UneLlllonthES. :---ii1g I

1 or three llays .::::::.SUc

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FOR RENT-Furnished rooms in H R. BERRY,
new house; furnace heat bath, hot .
and cold water. There will! Le borne
chilly days. 403: West street.. -
11.30.It; ,

for i A complete line of Ford Accessories
FOR JU'NT-3: furnished rooms
light housekeeping, with kitchen- r.
REAL ettes. Apply Tresher, 003 West Central ; a staff of expert mechanics FOR SALEA

avenue. 11-27-Ctc to render satisfaction in all
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FOR RENT-Furnished flat for light
tSTATE housekeeping; also large furnished Just lines of Automobile Repair

bed rooms; 1 block from center of

ppp. SAM JUAN yMOTEL. I town. 209: Palmetto street. 11-27-tfc Real EstateTRACY I[Work. Vulcanizing, Oils and fine lot 55 ft. by 130 ft. on

Gasoline and fair and
FURNISHED FLAT TO RENT, with I square

private all modern bath. improvements 615 E. Ridgewood, including ave- I & SOIER'ILLECarpenters : prices. S. West St. $2300.

nue, near Lake Eola. Call at O. K. and cabinet makers. Screen
FARMLANDSGROVES01SESLOTS. ll-27-6t*
Bakery. doors and windows, frames sleeping

/ FOR-RENT-Nicely- -- furnished one-half rooms, porches, ,refrigerators counters, shelving alterations, showcases and For Nine YearsWe

in new, modern home; additions. We keep a number of
-- - -- -- -- block from Anderson Reasonable street, rates near for St.Luke's skilled workmen constantly on hand.* have been in business at the
hospital.
C.A.HOVEY
Church street. 12-2-lmo
FOR SALE the season. 40G Margaret street. 18 East I___ :__ C" 1.

Oil RENT-By owner,-a I 10-29-tf "DIG BARGAIN IN CORNER I same: lucauon, Corner oi oouinMain
SALE

FOR large new rooms modern, hall,bungalow bath, and, with with every six FOR or year RENT-By, one upstairs the season flat for, month light, OWNER RESIDENCE NONRESIDENT PROPERTY., and Church Phone 226 Streets. \\I \\I
home
convenience to make a desirable lake; housekeeping; also other rooms and I AND MUST SELL IN 15 I II.111
location near
nice Cherokee lot; desirable price reasonable; house garage, electric lights and bath in DAYS. WILL PRODUCE OrlandoLeading Repair Shop
; house. Apply 300 East Conc rd ave. OF 10 PER
will be completed latter part of No- 9-l0-tfc NET INCOME i and Garage
vember. Also have a six room cottage CENT.
smaller bungalow, with -
and a large airy
Itt-NT-Hooms: :
Have price also and several terms furnished to suit purchaser.rooms for I FOR stairs bed room recently; papered This property located corner of 1.1><"r. I .J l111 tllttl S Ilill Icy

rent. Address Kentucky Home 511 nicely furnished twin iron beds l'oll.1 Magnolia and Concord Avenue. Rightin :
venient toilet and I.nth.1110)
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1'almcr street Orlando. Phone tjSt> c-netle and ue of dining room. Nicely the center of the finest residential
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11 12-linu* --- -- I located. Reasonable. rates. AdtfreM section of Orlando Lot 85x90; resi- I

A $3.500: ;) HAlld'AlN: "Landlord. cure of the Sentillel.1 dence built one year, nnd containstwo
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giove I 11-lrt-lmoc apartments of four rooms each;
Ten acre young grapefruit
two and n half in bearing new four I I FOR RENT-An apartment of four modern In every respect. Owner has
room cottage and I balh guiage.: :: chicken nicely furnished rooms' separate' agreed:: to sell for $4,250. Terms
yards and I homes; one mile from bath hut water, electric lights, pas; I II i $1,000 cash balance in :3 years.
city limits just; oft brii-k roa+l.U1i'1tEIt,1'.0.110X l. I new house very desirable; adults on LANDO
the best buyIn
C70 only. OUt Magnolia ave. li-10-tfc This Is undoubtedly .
11-0-line il Orlando today. For full particulars

-- FOR HfcNT-Bummer coltagej also! sec! the etciuslte agents.CUUI'1lt .
FUtt BAU-1-bwtHlliif.! six! *' hill suits tof ftl flit' Htohts *r1 llh ll ekeetIttfcl l*.lsjnlsrt i A: A1HA Cement(! Atjatlte Plaster and Lime
light
practically hart, hire eohdilloh :,1 hiohl fur I hmi! | I
fruit Ittesj<< rusts! t t-IetlHett llfcht; bi lh f (elei tuhp, -- --- ---
Iatl1 I I lieitrih* cllrtl! \ Avshue1 _
ii hiohthH. \ __ __lit l gouth Orange = =;
fcrbUhik} $ : |ter -
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iih.l nhtUbbtryi i heat VtryAddress 1 =: r--1! :: "':=
t sa lhtilt, hlt.-ttlhjfl: : $1l1VUt et-h1A: \ 10 W. COhtbUlFOH tltehut: il81 ll iat
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toUU f : =.A MDNtiV t MAKHJitmlrj5nwl \ \ liJiN'l'1Hf IUhnlii I 1 \\1I h tiniill8yiN'itF till t !HtipIllril !:' The two hflHe*I I liave}t fnp wle} atihe
} t r ) @ AN ""lIfk,i 1 ASi llt', \ Nrid\ : priee' flf ene are lueatefl en M I II i'porfffint
?!? JBFA\ lwHrtPfng. } : : +: \ \ J'.iAlil Jli\f\ h.JliH i bUiiHY. i'hAnitiF'. ffttWtf t:ash Wlh( dFHhftf
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\ 'ppfwritl\ (i OP*.MMHJ' \ t hftrmi IIHj@if i 1 J- ( 1$1 I ah J iSq f eel. mmff\ : w MgpftlwlvenMe. ; "I Am Not A Slave To MvKitchen"
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"'"... . -;!. !* -- Th 1111" - ." HKNT-UoM >e pn J n tlvew, with rf'P 4" aa>K i"arching i ih t
pew 1016 toimng avenue! newly painted, stir rooms
streets.
t'm kI4i-One, and Mh. Inquire pf W- IfSUurt l 1
has
'n' lamps.A The modern 2 story house on
car fits
bargain. Act quick. Ford Qarage, phone ))009-3 rings._J2-\- first floor: parlor living room dining
208 South Orange avenue. H-13-tlc fur room kitchen, pantry, toilet and lavatory
RENT-Large two story *
FOR large living porch on the frontand
nished dwelling, modern conveniences side, latticed rear porch.On .
.* Fan SALE AT BARGAIN I two sleeping porches two I the second floor are 3 large
'furnished I from postonice, corner Jacksonand .
Or will rent completely blocks each having enameled -
new, modern and attractive home, West streets. Jas. A. Knox. sleeping lavatories rooms, piped for hot and cold Mary Sunshine finds that her all-gas-kitchen givesher
pretty lawn and shrubbery, near Lakeola 11-24-tf water. There is also an extra large.
; ; two stories, five rooms, bath screened-in sleeping porch, with room ,
screened sleeping porch, and summer FURNISHED ROOMS-Also lower enough. for the whole family. The the greatest freedom. She does her Christmas shopping without a worryVhen
dining. room. Address Owner, Hox flat for light housekeeping, all con bath room is large& light& and airy
before sho takes off
397, or call at 312 Uroadway.. veniences. 211 East= Jackson street nice enameled fixtures, all modern antisanitary. she returns n turn of a valve starts her dinner cooking-even
12-S-6t
11-10-dw-tf near Methodist church. .
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FOR SALE-FOR RENT-Houses, FOR RENT House on I.akeview throughout& shades are hung it
furnished and unfurnished. Alsodome avenue, on I.ake Adair newly I.I wired for electric lights, fixtures
splendid lots. Call and see what painted., six rooms and bath rings. Installed, also connected with gas. In
1 have to 'oifer before buy or of W. II. Stuart phone 100U-3 fact, you will find every convenience is not
rent. Mm. 11. lt. Leuke, lou: :.lIt I Pint 12-l.We necessary for home comfort If you "My Gas Range my servant-
.trt>et or :312: Uroadway. I'hono 17'J.\ FOlFRENTlUuutlful do not care to use the entire house,
south room "
: the "Wyoming,
108dw.lmo the location m hear
- ,--- with kitchenette, furnlnhrd. Apply insures rentals' of spore room nt master""It
FOR 8AI.K:, Oil TRADE for !good owner No. 7 North Ilughey tltrt' t. extra good price Always In demand my
automobile acre tract 7 acre' 12.3.31': : ': or If you care to rent the entire .
cleared And under fence fruit tree, ft house anti occupy during the
house, Irrigating plant barn and FOR NT-I"lve room house, with, tourist season the :1 room cottage! on
room garage!, 0 miles from city on !brick lights water and !gas; mot "side; the premises In the rear, you would requires} so little of my time nnd energy to prepare appetizing meals on my Gas
road. Address "Trade," care of the Food feighliorhood; ten minutes walk I derive n rental by which the property I
Sentinel. Oilando, Fla. 11-18-lmoC from ;tostotfice. J14 per month. Will!I could! he made to pay itself out. I -tangthat I can devote myself so much more to the pleasure of making my house a
--- - sell for $ROO cash balance easy pay- There is a garage: barn, nnd chicken III
FOR SALE-A good five room house, ments. Inquire Montgomery Smith, house, etc. Fruits of various truehome."
in fine condition, in good: location; piano store, or phone 315. 12-3-Gt kinds, everything right up to now and
hot and cold water; three lots; a bargain just a little above the ordinary in
for quick buyer. Call at the WANTED many ways.It .
11.20-tfc --- -- -
---- much ready
Summerlin. --- does not require
WANTED To list all kinds of prop-
money; a small' cash payment from
FOR SALE-Fine saddle horse cheap. \ erty for sale or rent. I am having responsible parties win secure the
See Jas. I.. Giles. 11-25-tfc mnnp applications for houses, furnished property.The .
and unfurnished. 1 will be price is $0,300.( : A bargain at I
-FOR-SALE- --Large refrigerator and I glad to list what yOU have. Mrs.II. that ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO
other market fixtures', cheap. n. Ixake, 43; Last 1'ine street figure.E.. C. YOUNG.REAL .
A. Knox. Phone 179. 10-8-dw-lmo fST: An:.
JUl'1 Room 10. McNeill & DatU Block.
FOR SALE-At a bargain 15 I LOST 10.2t.tteSiernons' GAS DEPARTMENT
oil engine. Address' "Oil
power I
Engine," care Sentinel. 11-27-CtC 1.0ST--I.ndipI solitaire diamond ring.
__a. I Liberal reward for return to the
FOR SALE-Ford t touring: car, In I! office! of J. Schnnrr, In the rear of tilWest
good Phnpe. W. E. Heck, 401 \\ Church street. 11-28-Ctc Millinery i i
Central avenue. 1t70Gtr1'tllt : (
--- LOST--Small faced) watch on
SALE-flayer platm. In 11'0011 pin, between bake Lucerne and the - --- -
order; ISO' 1,1"'e! nui,,lcj; half price.AiMr I Empire" hotel. I I.. 11. I.. tI" I.\UUS'; HATS Llif. --- - -
,,,mltox7an.! : : ..It\\)'. I 12 -Ih' l-nrkn Return l tn Orlando Itttttk' mid i nill.lWKYM IIAIH -
---_= ,,=--- _==- Trust t'o( nhd rrrelvpAUSCKI.LANKOUH tewnrd.! el " '., ........" ., ,.." ." ..' " IIIIIIIIMMUMIOCOEE " ." '....... '. .,+ >
We etTf a (hele. le"tl I1AIUIA1N- .4 room house and\ I In's I 11.1 1 :Hft'I
let, :ilOOxniHI! Hi tt I'ttFtJttlll, If std-l lat =- 1.1.11,11'fllnt Hat At 12,00 $3,00 lif.
IIllI'tI.1"""!Iii ('., rata //4tilltlllrl.' I : : ) 11,00, I.YOO, ,ilfld,' ,

122-nt: (CII::0.. '1'. IU'1,1! ('II. t'hll.lrelll Until ".00. ",M and' up
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I "I'hoii 111.1: Ittnk. IIMu, .UiMini 9.: Our; ..t'It'n" so good-and ourprices
I'Oll. ,& HAI.U: Threw Puws one boarnul t'ltll mid eau iu. if lnterpstel in mil)
) nineteen llttl* pitrs.!! nil full I estate Huy, nil or exchange property are aa reasonable that you will) SOUTH" APOPKA CITRUS NURSERIES[
blniidfd l "I'lilnml (t'hiiw hunt i It'I.dIlI| I llentaU i-itiefully attended, to find our store the best' place In the

let mi ed t'un"bags II)', steal ut Henry "I'arrj'a I 1-: place- lit.I''O ., ll-tl-lmnc I I \ I city for millinery.

\ AT Ci1111wi'tl.tR jnu will\\\ be' proud
:| RtOllV niTTAUK for sale nr in pimtoiriniihs If inmle nt Slemtma Mttllttdt-y FLORIDA
tint I hire avid close In. "I1. O. |Un f Kvitna= Fir. No. 1H2: North\ It),, one block, ,
tin I iIMltH :! : norlh of court house.! Make!\ the np- Stt1t

''9 IlthlPllt tentw 1'hotie i'J5.I:!
Hihnlmiil lit fitie -
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.Ins111,1,-h! \un thti l'ttllltrthl.; t t.Ht"\ "', I f"HI1 1 tnfttti. ttlcldt, tftli: flrl tth"kkk All the)i leading v rh U@9 ol Orange( and Grape*

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-- I { nil. \ aHrt(a rihrt a Bolo aaIIIdIH Service
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I JinT.HJ1PI1J.lf.. with 1i;eal I, J ntaaau : '
liF'NT HflUHHI "huslnes; ar' 'i 14111' of de :di, piortgiibes! BUICK CARWe
room See! \n]. ]I. Jlerry, a 1 the Fpr4IHM I leases: fontracts\ etc. Trice very reasonable -
"arag! .. Mrs. H. p. Leake 45 Fast
I! Tine! = street.- Thane 173. U-Q-lmoc Send today for Catalog, Description List, and lowest
HlntI.
1NrnHC\RTpN.; primary call anywhere at any timeGown's
room. First Methodist church; tele- ; AUTO U.\RCH1NS-1912 Reo touring to the above address
phone 22): ) or call 14 East Jackson I : car 4 doors good repair tires i prices,
street. 10-20-tfc nearly new; first party here with Transfer Co
- ---- $100 gets it. Also 2 cylinder Reo ,.
FOR RENT--I.arre pleasant furnished with light truck body $50. These
rooms with private family, I are big bargains. Geo. E. Bates & 201 S. Orange Ave. Phone 487
close in.. 30-J: North Orange avenue. Son Altamonte Springs Florida. IIMMIIIIiilllilililMIMIimillllllinillMlfMmiiilMMMMMillilll il*
ll-20-3wksc 12-3-2t I HAULING OF All KINDS '



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if. '''' Mayor A. K:, Ihyre and) Mr n.J K'Jliomai .

I I i I J ' I II I prosperous and substantial I
aliens tif Tart \isiM the county
niHropulii yesterday and looked utter
luiRines, nlfain.Me .
ALWJWSALEIT

!, HunJay dieter at the Astur.
1-liMttf:.! ,
TO PROTECT THE) ,
MM. W A. fit-pen, who had 1'ppii tnOrlNtuli
) veiling' her nun, Mr. Vincent
DEPOSITOR (Often, ttt hid hump" f07Vpt Living= Prepare for $
Moti. avenue, left yesterday afternoon
fur her home% in Tampa,
i

MODKHN\ { DAY METHODS not ronilervn- I been I nr> spending WeUJon several K.: IVrson days,. In who Orlan has. "

tlve, old time safety sire nctoril that govern do with hU parent, Pr. and MM W 1"f" AUTUMN OF LIFE"By

In the management of this bank C, Person expects to leave today: for
Now, just as they always have-for proS his home in Atlanta Ga.

press.
Savings checks are good: as gold.
The State Bank is a commercial bank Ask for them whenever you buy any
having the resources connections and experience thing! ll-ll.tt
saving definite
a
necessary for the surer protec-
Miss Dixie Pillans. of Electra has
tion of its depositors interests. Successful each
concluded a Thanksgiving visit to her amount week. We
commercial activity is largely dependent l sister Mrs. J. R. Durrance at Tarpon
upon banking service and the co-oper- Springs and is now in Orlando, the have several plans. Let

ation of a strong bank is an important guest of her brother Dr. Percy Pil-
business asset. j lans.-Ocala Star. us explain them

Largest Bank Between Jacksonville and
1 Mr. James Kibler has arrived in
Tampa. Orlando from Lincoln --
I Delaware, according -
to his custom of many
years standing and will remain here
THE until spring. He is pleasantly located The
Peoples National
Bank"It
STATE BANK on South Lake street.

OF Ride Hamrick's jitney bus 6c. Is A Pleasure To Serve You'
1 -l8-tf

ORLANDO Mr. E. A. Thomas a prominent .
business man of Orlando is in town
today. He is a guest of the Arcadia
House. Mr. Thomas is an old time
lea resident of this city where he owneda
lot of property.-Arcadia News.

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= Fish and oysters received daily. :
H. M. Self & Co. 1-10-6-tfc .
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Mrs. Smith Mrs. Hedrick, and Miss
Hedrick arrived in Orlando last even- 11111111111111111111111111.111111111111111.111111111111111
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ing over the Atlantic Coast Line from : ;

J J. P PI HOLODOOK Cleveland Ohio and are registered .11..J.JJJJJ..I.ttl..JI..I.IIII.II. . \. f'ltiillllflllllllj
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at the New Lucerne hotel where they :

HAYNES[ Dealer I have winter.engaged apartments for the :


HUPMOBILE U. B BROS R 0 S I in Savings the savings checks are department accepted as of cash the ::: j

Peoples Naticnal Bank. 11-11-tf
Service JUST
Dr. and Mrs. H. P. Cartright arrived : RECEIVEDSome
in Orlando yesterday afternoon
on the Tampa Special coming from
Bowling Green Ky., where they have
spent the summer and are estab- of those reliable STUDEBAKERS, 40 HorsePower I
- : lished for the season at their beautiful i-
winter home near Clear Lake. Touring Cars

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Ride llamrick'a jitney bus, 6c.
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18-18-tf $960.00 f. o. b. Orlando
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The Misses!! Lewis, of llartiesville, t
s .
Ohio, Were among the arrhals hi the .
New Lucerne hotel, where they are .,
pleasantly located for the t>eH"un. .
This!! I III their fleet visit to I Orlando

They are the daughters lit Mr. J, M. San Juan Garage Company
I I.e\vi, president (the i<'ir>t Nation= j

New Ford Home "1 bank of that fit)', ., ,

The w mtlIt the Cathedral Guild
Now Open will hold their annual l.ltJar' At the Orlando-Daytona
Chapter Mouse, !Iteeember) 8th,
:lM!: .7te .
209.11 South Orange Avenue
Telephone 386 Mr. and Mrs, J, S, Irving of West*
field: N. J., who have been spending
the; summer months at their home in
that city, have returned to Orlando

18-New 1916Fords and. : are. again u_established__ : in their r . .1..1..1.&aii.itttIiesISsSC1ItSStISSS$1IISISSS1SSl .
winter nome, Outs worm urange avenue
where they will spend the season
on the road. Place your order now as has been their custom duringthe MMtMMMMMMMMIMMIIIIMIMIMMMiMMMMMMMMMIUMIMHiMflMM

and avoid disappointment. past several years.

"Make this Ford Home Your Ford Home,. Russia Blanchard, Siberia: Moore's and great Count lecture Tolstoi on Who Will Be Your Executor?

Saturday night, opera house. Tickets
F. G. RUSH at Allen's jewelry store, :25o.: and 35c. ANHWKft
NO 2
1-13-3-St:: ::

I Tuttle Your estate may b* materially fmp.fre4 M K f
Mrs W E, arrived
U In Orlan. direct result. of the appointment. of MR executor .
do I
yesterday afternoon on the Tamp' or trustee i
ti|' 'ii\', coning from |t'etoshry, Mich,
where the |ha<* spent' 'the kimtmei MrTultle When An individual' U appointed i=-

........ ......... who hM* been !here i all!l runt- The financial, responsibility U penerally, weaker,
star, and' AI fli, "'utliitilt, fur
thepiasanl It N usually provi'M J fn will (hat the. perumnimiMNl tr' -, ; t
omit"' Iliplr, Inline
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at\ dmlitiipl
@>,i1 to rfff M nwwlor ahull \I... e*euaed"\
Till' ': Nt':lVII'I'\ ': DIIHKJNHAND ) gnu , MM '1'11111.I t> |tphst.pi', ffMlll! tfltlhtf l IH.t"llI.1,1" .| a 9Y
'"i tijipii' '' IIPC (lift fl tt"ll i s
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IN "'II.\'I'UW.\III' ': II \\'I'IU\\ : nltd l ftttiiP, of HIP. YiiwflMltltMfcuMltbtllldlhtf \\' !ettrely' buhdi,,, nft IIU"II'i"|'|'' .', It le I fat tar' a*. i, ;,1 tpetiae

NOVIIIIIM;! ;'" ofCome, the ramie, JiluJ then! only "1'nMlnl' MtfU'!

yyy Pity liAltll,1, 'hiss.... In ifotldtd( i
Hc'llIf.t cuttsttuitl ly hi Itnu-h wit It tho
lending "Ih''r/illult/ huh( '1) In Ifitttirlfk' JlM.f) llua. one When a Trust Curntmny U leevJi-. !( .-*
Itllcl.fr\\"c'r-rturt/llItI'IIUr/ tlu otnuitfy, our tock/ In niwnyn hour, 12 miles Jilt ,1Uc. s.Z?-tfe tai
kl'"lltlu 'pace with the luh'illIItyle/ / In /ullverwure, rings, The rm..ltlu| .. advantage of strong financial re ylir
htUl'C'll'tl'l' otc.When Mr. M. A. Mcl n welt, who has been fponaiMllty Is( svcurrd. 4 r' fs

new anti bomitifnl designs nre created, we nre In Orlando fur the jmut three weeks A bond which hat behind It the entire financial '
among the first /stores in the country to show them. You netting things In shape preparatoryto strength of the Institution li always filed with
never buy nut-of-tlate articles here. embarking in the wholesale irrorrry the 1'robaU Court .' *.<* mt lo the ....Ial.. '
Our displays for Chrittmuwill interest There business on South Orange/ live
you.
Answer No. 3 will l
are some! very new and very beautiful nU\'lltiel4-flnml' nUt, wan made happy thin week by of this appear in a subsequent issue =a
thing. to please everyone to whom you want to give. Come the arrival of Mn. McDowell and newspaper. .
early and choose! while the wide assortment offers the their four interacting children, :Margaret .
best opportunity.You'll Frank Mike and Kulalie: from In any time and freely ask for further it
t
not be disappointed at this store. We Fee to Greenville Fla. They Intend to make information on this vitally important subject I
that. this city their home and are receiving You are always welcome and our once-s are always ! :-.
a moat cordial welcome. They glad to advise.The .
are happily domiciled at 210 Ridge-


I T. H. EVANSJEWELER wood- _. a\cnue.-DoctorsBiii'kiiiiislrr -=-- Orlando Bank & Trust Company


( l't J1rllllflurc: Orlando Florida

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,Personal t Mrkcvillc.. :tructhn Mo. ," under Pr Still Capital!Surplus and Profits $141,000.00

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