Title: The morning sentinel
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079945/00579
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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 5, 1915
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079945
Volume ID: VID00579
Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 34297093
alephbibnum - 002075052
lccn - sn 96027193
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Other version: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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Fresh EidcnciAgainst: : (;t'r- + ..a, '. Ulni-, lo\\i.: I',mi ; I I. mi't. U ,
man Agents Has I llccn I ORLANDO + Paris Doc. I.-Henry I'ord'n.. + coo"in.. lllllH'i-,, :\'III'I-h.I.;, :t ;Mli'lllfMli. GREECEHII'OHTE
+ peaty initoioit is laughed: 10 scorn + nnd Texas accompany the rxpeditiun.;
Filed With StateDepartment
+ hero in |HII official! and unofficial + ,: The peace delegates: received large

SAVANNAH, JA.; :MYSTERY.: + quarter, whore it i is regardfd + red celluloid button bearing a white
UP. + at! the most ridiculous.. episode + star with rays and the words, "Out of VOTERS GIVING HIM (JOODSriTORT ) : )) REJECTIO.N: OF
New York, Dec. 4.-Evidence that CASE CLEARED. *r: + of the war. + i the Trenches by Christmas." FOR l'. S. ENTENTE: DEMANDS
far greater German operation in thin IDENTIFICATIONSISTER + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
country than at firnt suspected has ,I..- .- .. ..- .- i. a. i l iii l i J.. SENATENOPEIIINFRiwOODASYET STIRS ITALY

been filed with the state department, New York, Dec. ".Members of + FAMOUS MEN CALL FORD +
it became known tonight. Requestsfor IS IDENTIFIED BY SISTERMiss S E R the peace expedition organized and + SILLY, RIDICULOUS + ( WOULD SEIZE CORFU AND EPiRUS
the removal of Capt. Von I'apen +
financed Ford for
by Henry the purpose -
and Capt. Boy-Ed of the German em- .
Olive Taylor, of Orlando, of creating a conference of neu- Couldn't Accept Ford's Invitation Warlike Speeches in Corridorsof
have been made
baasy already as a + Here is what some of the lead- 4
result of these disclosures I This Recognizes Sister Eva tral nations in the hope of ending the ing men of the United States -Will Speak at Elks Parliament-Need of

probably will be used as a basis for When Name Was war, sailed at 2 o'clock today on the + think about Henry Ford's per Memorial Service Firm and
further charges against a score of Scandinavian-American Line ship, the sonally conducted peace party: Energetic
AustroIlungarian and German SuggestedSavannah Oscar II. 4 President Wilson? Today Attitude Is Felt

agents. One hundred and forty names were Former President Taft Just! *
Ga., Dec. 4.-MIIIII Eva';
The charges. cited allege: on the list. Of these! elghty>thrce laughed. + Governor' Park Trammel!, who will Home, Dec. 4.-Reports that Greece
First: A vast fund, estimated at Taylor, of Orlando, .'14" daughter of were pence envoys, fifty-four newspaper Former President Roosevelt speak l at the Elks; memorial! today, In I has rejected t the latent. demand of
$27,000,000, has been distributed by J. 1'. Taylor, rams! to Savannah today and magazine correspondents, Not mUchlevou only because It the course of a brief Interview last the entente power have Mlrrrd Italy'
German agents In the United. l State and Identified the 'VIM of mystery! ," and three moving picture men I I..* RO rldiculouft. + evening declared that hilt candidacy today Into a new fever
directly or Indirectly alTectlng the who lout her memory here a few days The heir II. should. arrive At + Alton II. I'ltrbr-I.\rll I lit H + for the U. H, Sancta wan meeting; It I I.. admitted on nil tide. that If
neutrality of this country. ChrUtlanla, Norway, about December) + clown, + with favor from the voter. through, the report proven true n serious! crisis.
her slater I Miss Olive
Heeonds I Capt Von I'M pen and ago, an Taylor. H. Thence the party I I" to |Ilru\'I'l11 + K;, C lI\intllliet <= It U hwr + nut- -" -"'1-or-- -IIJI1.-.... may have arisen and that it will be
Cad; Hoy-Eil, together, with other I
Auitro-nerman agents& had charge or he cleared up after her name was Haifue. It I. nronoRpd tu huM the + Gt-1.: George, Harvey-It III. proposition to put all\ county otficlals from taking M warlike action against

helped In the disbursement of thin suggested& to her, and she recognUed pence conference. at The lingua& + silly. t on A salary basis he said that up to Greece,
fund her ftUter Of the governors invited, so far no James It. Day-The plan Is the present time he had not receiveda The foreign office was unusually
Third I Capt. Hoy-Ed fend Capt. announced I* II, llnnna, of North I'' + grotesque and will accomplish petition from Mr. Wood lie discussed active this morning After the meet
Von ...pen spent $12.000,000 In an JOINT HKOHIK) : : WOKKF. Dakota, was the only one to nccept. + nothing but ridicule of our coun- + the proposition and admitted log there at noon between. Premier
abortive attempt to ally lIut'rtland William J. Jlryati declined to accompany try. that it had some good and bad "points, Ponlnno and! the ambasnadors of

Fells lHa to start a hew Invasion of t L. helms, of Orlando, special the party but said he hoped to + William Jennings Bryan-It Is 4 and that a salary basis might increase Greece !Jtussln, and England. a statement -
Mexico) this was fostered l II y the derma district 0. M. P. Ii. Wlcoff of Orlando join them at The Hague. He explained worthy of praise and will ac- + expenses! In some counties and was! Issued denying the report
| ,
.fl government that he believed that he could comptlsh much OOl1. 4 decrease it In others. Further than that (Ifeere had refufted! the demands
Fourth the directions for l Lodge No.. t 201! | 1)) t. !llower F. that he did hot wish to l lit of the allies that the
pass. accomplish Mute In the Interest! of i John Wahhfthiaker-Mr. Ford quoted.In stating reply to
, port operations came from n t'tlltlr It. kenney, nhd Charles heathers. of peace at "present by" remaining, Ih I(4 ha3"th 4* thlhfci-it hilMinfti a + regard to the ihvltatioh extended \the allies' second hula! had hot been

apartment Ito itlvetslde'! UlUe, n-tu 61. loud Lodue Nu. nn, stet with klsHtiHtee AmeHcaj 4 teheHitls henFt rind, n fill I'tttketdtiuk 4 ..tu hint tiy Jtehry fl htu jU to received.Hi .
filed liy two\ Wnhiert. l IA ulge No. 71 t. t I. t O.) U. "F..1 In the list t tit t'htU11! given out by I 4 but lie tins hit 1.lriltit! *ltit| 4 HUFhfie; tiH n |hence rtis! loh\ he m!!elt-! fclatHiifht allayed IItHtlt'lttt
I Fifth) AUt'1I11t11'H( hlride tu MF t Ford's the etl I Hint he Htuld. hilt such the imtitliuit which \the uHi tutu
Itt!! I fFidtty, eveiiH'tf!!/ \tu H;huU FejHiitt fts"I l lnhls! mite nlititlip; bltt-j I4 WnF + nlHllt| nit Fe| !
ttteef( it |1''riH'' |I.H'IIHriltlltt( '( lit till) tla. HIM IteV I'ltrtFlM' l F. ,Aked bf ban* 4 I'u-.hlutt. tlllI.III11! --I I think + IhtllrilllH1 lit-tue lie Mleved it \t-lill! JtFt U+ed| but wrttllkt', !al|+tf-rhM' wife
fUUIHy! by (l'i H. Ii atE VMM Ilitilt-litt IIJlItI iee WMtk: Ilie nmlt [= FlflltHaHti: blot!: tier I : \: il: IltllttthpttuiIt , 4 Ilteiti 1 ale (lou* iiiiiiy fHimidttl'le. 4 Itl4. duly It) FMtittit) in) the( Mttle\ H*. 11I4J Ittrtftl HlftlUMlltlUl( the Hllk-FHIBtH IH \lilt\
std Alt.tOW. II: AlelMfr', taw WIllt :'F III: h.ftIII t* hiMlly titled( liy, #n #Flitnye! != fl'lfl1111litj M ft! : IItt t # [Ililhnlluiniilt 4 IllIfiHIHIt' I IH Uie Way In httpp! 4 J Jtullalti hi\ -l@a4! Illiy!lit hllM! 'illdlItM \ FIIFfllltlF. llf (WflirtHIMll"' llFP|: Hill

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tralltl+: lit I tilt filet t t\ww\ HPFfci Kili-imllWlI tsiisr I Wit; +hml"IIII1i! ; lit:t- IhII t II"I.i I.- 4 MovFitliter: ftf Newly Jsrasy' 4 pt tlArill: fit Ifnlf .tillf"It:
It U. tUrfliliF #IIlkl! lllhilt t Pf pt|: \'un1'I111n hones, HIlt second degree: *rllt,| the Or- ,Junes' fhi igoi tltV: iIl\HWI\ f. Atrgtiis 4' ititeddleannte: 4 The (jpvprmtF will lip| fully\ engaged: Tlw fllnffnllHIi IIf IIllinilll1 "itlll* (hat
Mlltl ('#! pt' tiny-t11;; 1'' f,+un4llr 'Imulu |lodge| the t third degree! Th. de5n pf ft., |M4l' ctthedrd, 4 Judge ilen J.inlt"fly-J he.irt4 net wish: #8 the Portion! |heard| f11Cltli if fiFt'we'k fHoitl fcliMHM N cnn?
made! trie tn alt'r41wilicP! : I.plt Mega will visit i each pther 5a PPSH- IMfPiti; George VUH n, Chaltancxta + il apprpve AIr.| Ford. efforts to + at Tallahassee, anti i jt will be impossible to rural t Ins lime far action had tar-
Angeles, (;HlvestPOi and} Pan Antonio lion demands. 5114 ewplify their specially i en4tor Helen |H. Hohinliol1, 4 atop the bUMghter. + 'for him to attend, the Central' rind nep4tyromope declared
, In the intend of their most daring prepared work. U was further penver-; Charles |11. Thompson, Chicago John Hays Hammond, Jr.- Florida' Highway. Association meetingat that .a duty WIIIt set upon Uly| fo
scheme, the promotion of a new Mexican agreed that Jvissimmee: lodge accept ; Arthur Weatherby, /Lincoln, + TWO weeks in England: would .4 Gainesville. Regarding general each: Greece a lesson by seizing
revolution. the invitation of the Kissimmee Re- Neb.; Hev. W. M. Wright, Little 4 show them their peace plans are .4 conditions throughout the state Gov. Corfu and other islands and even invading -
Petails of the plot became known LeUah lodge to hold a joint installation Rock, Ark.; Lars P. Nelson, New + absurd. *. Trammel! believed that Florida was Epirus.
through Carranxa agents, who tipped uf the several officers of the York. + Charles W. Eliot, president holding her own and that the state In the chamber of deputies the ex-
otf Washington authorities through lodges for the ensuing term com- Twenty-three members of the party + emeritus of Harvard-"Ford's + was continually growing in prosper- pectation was general that Soninno
Consul Silliman at Vera Cruz.; mencing January, 1916. J. H. Walk are women. Students from Yale, I + peace cruise is absurd. + ity and making progress. would furnish an explanation of the
er, of Bassenger, a member of St. Vassar, Barnard. Dartmouth, Oberlin I + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + 1 Regarding Orlando the chief executive day's diplomatic activities, and dis-
DR. MOORE AT BAPTIST CHURCH I Cloud lodge, paid a visit to the Kis of the state remarked that Or- appointment therefore was deep when
TONIGHT lando was one of the prettiest and the end of the session came and the
simmee lodge at the meeting of last
Friday.-Kissimmee Valley Gazette. WILSON TO WED DEC. 18 AGAINST CLOTURE RULE most attractive cities in Florida. lie chamber adjourned and no statementwas
Dr. W. Blanchard Moore, who lec- has not been here for some time and forthcoming. Tonight without

tured before a large audience at the HONORING MR. AND MRS. during his absence there were many exception echoes the feelings of the
opera house last night, will deliver TILDEN Washington, Dec. President Washington, Dec. 4.-A fight to changes and improvements which deputies and demands for a firm and
his noted lecture-sermon (illustratedby Wilson and Mrs. Norman Gait will be force the adoption of the cloture rule captured his eye and absorbed his at- energetic attitude towards Greece.
married on Saturday, December 18, occupied the Democratic senatorial tention.
moving pictures) on "The Land of Tuesday evening in honor of Mr.
the Christ," at the First Baptist Wilber Tilden and bride, of Orlando, at Mrs. Gait's home here, accordingto caucus today. After six hours dis- Guest of Geo. W. Phillips and Family Discuss Situation

church tonight. The general publicis a few of his college friends plannedan a formal announcement made today cussion the caucus by a rising vote Governor Trammell arrived in Or- Bulletin: London, Dec. 4.-The
at the White House. of forty to three, directed that the lando
yesterday afternoon the
most cordially invited to attend informal card party at the homeof on London press bureau tonight an-
this interesting service, and hear this Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Robinson. It also was announced that the cloture rule was not a practical ques- Tampa Special, coming from Talla- nounced that during the day Premier

distinguished lecturer on the thingshe i Although an attempt was made at only guests would be Mrs. Gait's tion. hassee. He is the guest of Mr. and Asquith and Lord Kitchener, and
has seen and heard and studied in playing cards, the evening was spent mother, her brothers and sisters, thepresident's Mrs. Geo. W. Phillips, at their home, First Lord of the Admiralty Balfour,
Palestine, the birth place and home mostly in reminiscences and passed brother and sister his EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE TO SECURE 407 East Pine street, where Mrs. with their military and naval advisors -
of Jesus, our Lord. only too quickly.In daughters, and the members of his EXHIBITS MEETS .Trammell is spending the week with conferred at Calais with Premier
immediate household. No
the dining r,.om chafing dishes I her sister. Briant, the French minister of war,
be issued.
Come and see us for that Xmas were lighted and many tempting Apopka, Fla.-The executive committee Elks Memorial This AfternoonThe General Gallini, minister of marine,
present. We have many nice things dishes were served. No announcement was made regarding to arrange for exhibits from annual memorial service of the and Rear Admiral Lacaz. They will
as usual. Curtis & O'Neal. Those forming the party were Mr. plans for a honeymoon, but I Apopka and adjacent towns at the Orlando B. P. O. E., No. 1079, will beheld II return to London tonight.
it that the
was expected
and Mrs. Wilber Tilden, Mr. and Mrs.E. I Subtropical Fair at Orlando, February this afternoon at 3:30: o'clock,
S. Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. C. II. his bride will leave Washington 1 at the Grand theatre. It is this ser-
15-19, met Thursday to discuss
CONSPIRACY I IS S CHARGED soon after the ceremony for some- vice which is
Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Hamlin, where in the South. I ways and means. Delegates were annually set aside by ISACQUITTEOOFWoman MURDER
Elks the to honor the
and Mr. Tom Uayes.-DeLand Rec- present during the dafrom Clar- country over
The Rev. Sylvester Beach the memory of their departed brethren.The .
Labor Leaders and Dealers in president's pastor in Princeton, and cona Pinecrest, Piedmont, Apopka, speakers are Governor Trammelland Charged With Murderof
Merrimac, McDonald
and Zellwood,
Chicago Have Price Set MUSICALMr. the Rev. Herbert S. Smith rector of lion. W. P. Watson; the music! Jacksonville Man
and a message was received from Claimed
Mrs. Gait's church here .
are expected will be rendered by artists. A -
Their Heads for general
on Tangerine, interest
to officiate. snowing in the Sanctity of Home
Robert Bond had this invitation is extended to the pub
Liberty AS guests' fair at that point.
The formal announcement of the lie. InvoledAnnliton
week a couple of gentlemen. from written The committee are to meet again -
wedding plans was out by
Chicago, Dec.) 4.-Honda of $115,000/; Jacksonville. While they were here the present himself this morning. Tuesday at 3 o'clock, In Orlando, Ala., Dec 4.-Mm. Lte
each fixed In the criminal court Mr. Bond A most delightful when will ARE YOU GOING?
were gave Immediately afterward he left the they arrange for the neeeMary Whatley, charged with the murder of
today All the price of liberty ;fur musicale, the musicians for the oc- White !House to vUlt .tn Gait. Doth spare In the exhibition build. Sty Hammltt, of Jacksonville, wan
twenty.wven. of the fifty-four labor t'Mlllu" being Mr. Walter I>rtnntn and I Ingi.' All member of the. Central Florida acquitted at
have agreed that all the details shall a preliminary hearing
union men and denier. who are hi. sister, Mrs. Aldredge, of Orlando, +lLa"t as simple ai ponnlble It was voted that each member II)_ Highway Association who Intend to today, when the woman claimed she
named! In Indictments returned Friday who so delighted DeLand) audience It has been Intimated, to the diplomats licit (fund In his precinct to defraythe go: to Gainesville\ will please notify fired at Hammltt while he was beat
charging tlfeW with conspiracy, extortion i one evening of the Women's' Federation who have made inquiries at the necessary, expense of collecting Mfurs. Robertson, Rock and Urokaw, lag' down her door with a large stone.
and malicious mischief. convention recently' conveninghere. state department that no display Intonn.ctlon transporting, exhibiting and finally Those who wish to go but have no Mrs Whatley did not deny killing
The clerk of the criminal court seta A few Detand friend were I with the wedding Is desire. disposing: of exhibits, said funds to means of transportation will\ also him, admitting that she shot to kill,
large force of clerks at work IssuIng Invited to enjoy the music with Mr. 1 .!. It Is expected that many oTI-( I be paid In by January 1 1. so that the notify the committee at once, so that but relied\ for defense on the plea In.
capiases fur the mining" men. Hond anti his guests.-DeLand' NC'w..1CUa'I.I.AStI vials and admirers of the presidentwill committee might be able to judge: bet. arrangements can be Wade.I volvinj the sanctity of her home,
Many are said to have flltl| the town, vend gifts.titniii.ii. ter upon what basis, l to proceed.To where she and her little children were
while others are said to be remaining : AMERICAN( PITCH avoid confusion It was connld- I (I. O.I r. ATTENTION. : sheltered when Hammltt attempted
(in hiding merely until Kit: IN WINTF.lt: PAItK
tjiey arrange : IN Mtimt erect. Advisable to designate the ex- to force art entrance
I bonds* habits M! from "The Heart of Mummettnnd : Orlando lodge<< No. 20, t t. 0. 0 F'..
i. j-- Paul ("Nick") Carter, pitcher foP -- ," each town to have their will confer the retfond degree tlh> H Mttt..tJN. WIN,
s 11111 IfiA'I'IttltQ ; .. the Cleveland AhieHrah baseball, club, The fehialhs of S, J Peteffcfh, who displays\ rouped\ fend dMihtful'hedby large rises! of candidate Monday 0

Q nrrivml In Winter Park "Friday hhthtIt died fit one of the lnnl hnspitat4 l Friday banner" nhd OH the oUtMde\ of the night A laFe Attendflhee N. t>Mteet.ed. Mletxofl UhiveFKlty "dent the Orlsn.do .
, Floridal i Fair t tlttlltil> nwly.| 1111 I< VMlHi hU! fHehd! Kay Tro Were chipped! trt tiftofl, Oh let, building the name of each town in VNtin! Odd t (Fellows In the! city lllfle! ifl a 'basket ball (fame at the"
filing I IctniieratUte! in JlplJhlllild, Vllllt'li' fuF H few Week' yesterdAy ty Undertaker Hand: aI'i'eArr. will receive a eoFdial l 't'It'fjffi@' Arnmory Friday night !gtf to H,
I It

DAILY WHAT THE IIIUTISII I II.EIr I Sentinel has not as yet passed the
.-' HAS DONE.It half century mark but has resided in
South Florida
is hard for the landsman to real- Orange county for over thirty years

* ?!. GLENN MORNING... .AND. .....WEEKLY............Editor ize that the silent pressure of sea and has never been approached by a CASTILE SOAP
W C. ESSINGTOV . .. .B..!.... Man ." power may decide the ultimate issueof census enumerator or "directoryfakir.
- -' the without matched ." In the last directory of Orlando I
great war any
Entered at the puctoffire at Orlando. Florida
u Second Clau Mail Matter.SUBSCRlfllON !and pitched battle whatever.It scores of families were omit
RATL&Dtfly. I has been said that one single error ted. The writer's family and severalof

1 Year ........................ '11.00 in the fleet might end the history his neighbors: who have been residents MADE FROM
............... ....... Z-50
Daily.Dally. i S Month Month. ...................... 1.25 of England; yet men have asked in I of Orlando for a long time are
DaUr. 1 Month ....................... .60Weekly. wonder and scepticism, where is the not mentioned.The .

1 Year ...................... '1.00 fleet? What is it doing? Where are last directory of this city wasa PURE OLIVE OIL
IN- those! boasted monsters of mystery farce. Several residents have voluntarily -
ALL 8UB8CKIPTION8 ADVANCE PAYABLE that slip in and out of the fog, the advised the Sentinel that

TO ADVERTISERS watch dogs of the empire, bound they were not called upon by the census .
taker and they believe they were
f. ...,Uy a.4 all .tk..r ..**..... whither and whence no man knows? IMPORTED OLIVE OIL QUART . . . . . . . JOc!
Cty f omitted. We believe Orlando is the
WttrtliUc ...( k. k..d.* I..1 th. .u.. ..... Isn't this policy of secrecy being IMPORTED: OLIVE OIL PINT. . . . . . . . .I rc:
.. than S largest! inland town in Florida, and
.Ok u.. 4u f kW tfc.r B. r.Unl.llcll.t..laan. TM. nl. ."*pll.. maintained too rigidly? We the IMPORTED OLIVE OIL Va PINT. . . . . . . :2.1c:
,II..... f.r (..".ca ....nl.I.i t It I* public have paid the bill; and it has are willing! to back our judgment. Its ii.V.cONE
M .. tdktrtd ... .UUICASTII4}; SOAP LB.. . . . . . . . . :!:
r.riakl..d will Mrtetly been a whale of a bill-$1,000,000 unquestionably the best.

8._rlb., ,. d.lrln. Th tt.ntln.l dbeendnuH pounds in 1900 for dreadnoughts,

d..should. of tiplrttkon.notify the et offle"rr.U IB. wrlllne It will entb b..enUnsd l.fiOO.000 pounds in 1905 for dreadnoughts "How can I keep my husband at () POUND OF THIS CASTILE SOAP WILl.I.IU: : ;.VlOc) CAKES.: CALL UP TODAY .
. kt the r..uUr .ub.*rlplloo r>U plus nome new wrinkle in "
.. I I home asks a woman In one of our AND LET US SEND: YOU A SUPPLY.City . .
'*Ul.,k notlr.n. N' to..top k r .U. . . . . . . ....... t< guns and plating and speed; 2,700,000 exchanges. Not knowing the partieswe
pounds in 1910 for superdreadnoughtswith can only hazard a guess! like the
SUNDAY, DKCHMltKIt. .; C, 1U15 such speed and hitting power as physician would if you had n pain in I

the world has! never before known. the region of the solar plexus Hut
lon't. forget to shop early.! It will We've |paid the 1 bill and whooped huz- we would suggest! you get acquaintedwith
pay you In the end. ruts! and tttnted! the fate if the empire the curling Irons! again, mil trt
ItAft"t to the fleet. What's the fleet doing tour nssl! ! tnhee the power of the Irlhy Drug! Store
the Wnr there hmjr be A .1eInittiil I, We> hate n right In know.Jtut y khntth ns< "t':1 1 hi. /pnipr.| nhd
for t Uttut* tfits.tiroof inn+' lt4 ftohtItohIlt't"htl tthnt tip heel Meals l Irt t fchtfIntnl 'tilt| .j" rtilUtnle lii4 *rttn .tille tM .II L 1H3AN I'Hiptietut OHrthtlt.), -Itlflt'lt' '.
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t\ ItiHIt, Hriftl (.Ymtltlftif llM, MDa : Ira! Nflllit fsm; fleM t |Nil' M jMWll! : w.nII 'tttt *| M-l-tl tl'IMlfa' |lit tMmltla! ,III "HERE: YOU .
.. MJ.\ reitUiip I!, IH'Itr' 1.lInh Iti.dige "1"111111, 11111r.! 1 .llf1ft./ feet I 'nn! .Ist
;Hllt k1,414II. Wi+h'tH1Jllintl' eha I It IHUlM. Uk' U.U (ifclli .Mt tint( lnallniM Whi||,| | sNtly| the I nfllil1tf:|)| ) Hill! Tr I Vpt .Mill Ifut'lllsO! "_ ,HKo, I 1Ihl..II.II.j| )! ,1! Iui-.llue.4u\ : itue. lilltMlttU\ .tlll... II' II,
tiHl' tn.t: I /til IB-Hlt PM'Ultl, 'than) |it wmlt.l| | Ills u' Ihllll1l; Itifltlll1laliqllv,: .11lt) they / llMliijtMl amt| silty uses I taw' '.il'PtrYI' i H el'lIoo HIIIIIII, Ito' ,,, a-a-: arranged, ant "llrfuSJtt; I b) .dole 1
--ftft I liiv( n New VniKer to hop on 0-e wilt) 1 ilia I o It in. i.iiiiuovillu( 13110 I ing Boom({ pininif Uuimi; I lyilthfii tnouiu| ">lIh=m.
atetl l ull public rued one unit frum I'antry tiroeeryluoni/ luv.iiitrj, all I.rge garage and| |log caliin (ilav
Mi To
train and reach ntre ex-
j 1e nil|| right fur ;I man to Wit1-Ii
I churches and school, overlooking a bit tir.t floor Hlth bath and a sleephouse" etr Will bell fumisl.e.i ui anU7Jm
tip in |the morning as fresh as H daisy| ,Illicit, the fleets nf the two greatest ing apartment with tleveti windows 'I furnished.
(taut it i isn't right to let his freshnessget i rival powers are only sixteen hours WIVKS, MOTH nR. O.\JH''= beautiful clear water lake. This and seven closets and] storage room on
too fresh. I apart. Maxim says that a European j tract is well timbered with pine timber -
}- I power could men on and will cut 300,000 feet of lum-
Atlantic shores of the United Statesa
To hear one everlastingly complainand IS ;ber. This soil is well suited to the -------
month before defensive foree-
growl proceeding from what is growing of citrus fruit, trucking and
be mobilized
naval and land-could to COMING
aptly called a "chronic kicker, to
invasion. If that danger exists general farming.
have every agreeable thought
away by this evil spirit of disputatiousness for the United States-.1,000 miles or Buy the "Men" a Box of This is an ideal location for any

is more than flesh and ten days away from hostile base- nan who apreclates opportunity.
how much greater is the danger to Onion Sets!
blood can stand. This would be a NEW SOUTHCigars $

their better tempers world if would the people never find who them lose hours European apart powers! at war only sixteen Price $1500.00

again.It What the fleet has been doing has
been guardedly answered by
0 already Just a few for late planting-White Bermudas only-
Premier Asquith. The fact that England
should be-he; aim of every young! I has not been invaded is the silent before all
Co Get yours they are gone.
.... F. AI Wallace
person to find an entrance into good work of the mysterious fleet; and -- Realty ,
society. By good we do not mean it hasn't been negative work. It has
fashionable society. That often merits been positive though every move has A Smoke That Will Put ThemIn Room 3 Arcade \.11IO

A good least social of all circle this honorable is one where title. been crecy.shrouded in mystery and se a Good Humor For 1916. Phone 117 Orlando Seed & Produce Co. \

sound principles, refined manners, The fleet has guarded the trans .
and intelligent ideas are the characteristics Phone 166
port of 2,500,000 men. It has brought 206 S. Orange Ave.
of its members. Many a
home more than half a million in
young man has gone to ruin by choos- has the carrying
valids. It protected Grove for Sale!
ing the society of the low and vulgar, of 3,000,000 tons of food and supplies

instead of those whose influence I for Great Britain. It has made safe 80 acre Lakesite, 35 acres in Grove; 2200 fine bearing
would be elevating. It is always so :the conveying of 800,000 horses. It budded trees; 300 Seedlings. Close to brick road and CO.FLA.
easy to fall into evil but often it requires has insured the allies' supplies and town. FORAGE GROCERY .
hard work to gain a sure foot- '
ing in a refined circle. munitions to the value of a billion House, Barns, Outbuildings. ROUND STEAK, per pound . . . . . . .. . . . . .17c
and a half dollars. It has patrolled . . . . .17c
ORLANDO-i-CITIZENS and policed the sea lanes of the world Big SACRIFICE for QUICK CHUCK ROAST FLORIDA, per pound . . . . . . . . . lOc

LIKE GOVERNMENT.Messrs. for a year and a half; so, .though the EXCLUSIVE SALE CHUCK STEAK FLORIDA, per pound . . . . . . .. . .122 c

Joe Osborne, Dr. Dean T. most colossal war that ever shook the FLA. BEEF STEW, 3 pounds for. . . . . . . . . . . . .25c
world is in progress the remotest sea . . . . . . . 15c
Smith, G. B. Seaman, and J. T. Nel- FLORIDA PORK HAMS, whole, per pound
lane outside the mined areas is safeas Orlando Real Estate Co. . . . . .15c
son have returned from Orlando FLORIDA PORK CHOPS, per pound . . . . . .
where they went to look into the com- in times of peace.-From "What" E. B. BRADLEY FLORIDA PORK STEW, per Ib . . .. . . . .. .. .. .122c ,
of which Sea Power Means to England by WESTERN PORK CHOPS, 2 pounds for . . . . . . . . .45c
mission form
government 501
has been in operation there for the A. C. Laut, in the American Reviewof 42 WATKINS BLOCK SLICED HAM 2 pounds for. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .45c

two I Reviews for December. BOILED HAM: per pound . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .35c
past These gentlemen years. made careful inquiry o HENS, LIVE, per pound . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20c
and investigation as to the I, JUST OUR CASE MIIMMIMIIMIIMIiniMMMIMMMIMIIIIinilllljj SMOKED: COUNTRY SAUSAGE, per pound . . . . . . .20c

tax conditions payers in there that city well and pleased found with the I i EXAC"In explaining IX. why the population jj Christmas C Cards and Booklets !! jj

the commission form and far from I shown by the recent census reports

willing! to go back to the aldermanic the enumerator explains that absentees A 1 A.B.COOK&COMW t
form. Messrs. Nelson and Smithgnthetf'd were not counted. This call to ,
data and will open up their i mind that the writer before the next Exquisite! selectionfrom: Ic. up). Also Souvenirs, I
case of information at the mails meeting 'I rensu taking time comes around will Novelties Toys Japanese Novelties, Stationery, CHRIST BUILDING : ORLANDO 'V

to lie held at the Palmetto club pass the half century mark. With and Magazines.

next Monday night I I the exception of about eighteen Church St. AS AOEN'I'Sf we Invest money safely for our
As is known to most tnytonarn' months he has lived all that time In Mm II 22 W. : customers! manage their real and personal
the charter to be voted on here on I t-'lorldrt, and has never yet seen n & I ONE BLOCK tASt A. C, L DEW and other obligations
their taxes
Jnnunt-y 4th was designed from the I census enumerator- In action FurIhet tt t1 ttYI'lt;

Orlntuid rhnrtert but greatly\ enlarged "'t1tt1It1t'httoutd. !seehi trt t be1 un- .. .. . . .. . . .. .. . .. .. . .. ... . .. .. . .. .. ... rentals, Interest! t and dividends,
ntitt itti .Fused upoh gltihg but- tat I here+' !>flry.{ _... __ __ ._ __ .o._ __ .-- .- --- -- -
i'8tH prertlef plblettlnH. nhtl lie I the nl.ore1+ hi l oleo froW the HnlhMHllp1 INCOME INVESTMENTS, Mortgages and Dends
ttlrtlhlihlt ;gttriltF fttftle frbW the< Putt, rthtl. nlhHtlti fTdtUjr fits btirtn !
pNBllilsslNilefll\ ; 1It'hlllrt, JIiUfl1t1: *tli bhly ltil' 1I.\tII-\ etilUtf" bH Hit t j I


We have fUn pf Dependable floods Our "I'ricesre InLine

This is to announce that we are re Call or Phone' four Order can save you time, money and worry on your

building operations. Our clients are satisfied,

ceiving our initial stock shipmentsevery Phone 203 No. 8 W. Church St.

day. r

. "! .
-- -

New and clean Hardware NousekoId MMMMMM'' t -

Supplies, Spoiling S Goods, Etc fOR TODAY, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 4 4II. i ,, If You Do Not Believe

: that the Chalmers has power like a locomotive and rides

We earnestly solicit your patronage, J. 1IEST; SHOUTS $1,65: I'ER SACK. SPOT CASHAT : like a parlor car, just call for a demonstration at.-14 E.
for which we guarantee Church street, or phone 223. c

THAT fiOODY, GOODY WHEAT. The Britt In Town,

Price Quality and Service >$:.a\: per wick There I I. quality In ThU Wheat.



The Co-Opertive Produce Co. Freeman V. D. Phillips, Mgr

"Just Off the High Rent District" ; W. S. DeWitt, Mgr. No. 10 E. Church St. PHONE 447MllimMMMMMIIIiMIIMIiliimiiMMIilMlilM.1 14 EAST CHUnCII STREET. ..II ONE 221THE

Phone No. 200 Pine & Court St.

( ) ""IUN"I. C.MU'H' 'tractive' means just e Q mwrhp.nl'lKlty afore
fur Orlando. Judge John

ROBINSON & BEARDAIL M. t'heney at a recent meeting of the
A1'1'nN"-;1TI4A1v 'city council) urged that the city cooperate -
with the Orlando Water and
No, 4 West Pine Sreet ----- trufftc Light company in placing and! maintaining -
The fire la I a large electric sign directly
cause mention has been
Phone 161 whoever was responsible for the open north of the the
company's plant on I
new dog r
air Sunday band concerts being held! southeast side of Lake Ivar.hoe. A
department, is of un
His pedigree will arrive in Kola park. I was in the West last i sign with letters four feet in height "Sturdy US the Oak"
year and at a little town in the Royal I i 8pellin"g "Orlando" was suggested by
Gorge our train was met by a band Judge Cheney. Motorists coming into
City has not yet learned Fours Sixes and Eights Speeders Roadsters
and Touring Cars
which played delightful music. All Orlando from Winter Park, Alta-
the We motor thought fire truck that and the beauties of the Royal Gorge were monte Sanford and points north, $795 to $1570, F. O. H. Factory.In .

Phone 72 lost when the spirit behind the musi- could see this sign for distance of
a the Oakland
4 tune, "Casey Jones, had you get power with the added feeling that you
Rooms 5 6 7 8- gated to the past. cians gripped us. The band playingin one mile. Passengers on incoming drive the best looking car on the road. The Oakland Northway
Eola park is being attended by Atlantic Coast Line trains could also
fusion and surprise Motor speeds up to 2,500 revolutions per minute, but that is only
Davis & McNeill Bloc "Casey Jones was a hundreds and I for one wish to express 'see it. It is good advertising and the half the story of the wonderful responsive power of the Oakland
on a six-eight wheeler my thanks." Mrt Johnson, for company will pay the electric current Fours, Sixes and Eights. The motor is the most powerful made.
name," etc., come floating the city, accepted the complimentpaid expenses if the city will maintain and With its small bore long stroke and large valves speed of revolu-
to the traffic blocks, but insisted construct such a proposed sign. Judge tions continuous flow of It
packing house this week. means a power. means not only smooth
Victor Starbuck Officer Broom of the that Director Mcintosh was behind Cheney is also enthusiastic for a going on the level road, but a hill climbing ability unsupassed.
is and responsible for the concerts. White Way system between Orlando
ment again trying to
ATTORNEYATLAWPhone self. lie was discovered We all admit that this is an age of and Winter Park. The expense of
colored spectacles this ellers within the state from other such a White Way system, electric OaklandFours
161 diately after he was seen states-and all riding in automobiles lights every 300 or 400 feet, could be

No. 6 W. Pine St. Orland, Fla pot Tuesday two rascals particularly and in trains generally. met jointly by the city of Winter
rested. The disguise Anything that the city the county or Park, Orange county, and the city of
fective, but next time we the Board of Trade may do to makeever.thing Orlando. This proposition is one well and Sixesare
vise Broom to paint his without the city gates at- worth thinking about!

not only powerful they are the most strikingly handsome
tons.Three --- --- -- ---- -- -- --
R. RAY WHITE big men and jars on the road.1.Flying.
sized one occupy the ,: Wedge Lines Give Least Wind Resistance
ATTORNEY-AT LAW North Orange avenue, and ACCIDENT HEALTH 2.-Low Center of Gravity with Usual Road Clearance
fatalities have been 3.-Great Strength with Light: Weight
Room 44 room is not one of the LIABILITY AUTOMOBILE ".-High Speed Motor with Great Power

Watkins Block Orlando, Fla. Iy lighted ones in Orlando PLATE GLASS BURGLARY 5.-Economy with Luxury
quently there be
may These are Oakland points of SUPERIORITY, all of which are
found in no other car.
windows. To look at Col.!
Worthington Blackman is to think of peace-he LET US SHOW YOU-TilE CAR IS WAITING

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW not when injure disturbed any of; Charlie the J B. Magruder Jr.

Phone 617 less they forced him into Georgia Casualty CompanyGEO. ,
tried to make him believe
Rooms 13 and 14 Yowell-Duck mobile rattled; R. Bruce --
- --- ----
- --
firm jaw and a A. IIUTCHINSON, General Agent
worth Building. when viewed from east to
from Montreal-- and- has- Orlando, Florida
those fiery fierce Canadian GOOD aild BAD CIGAR STOREWill

Phone 72 Ypres through, and the consequently Red Sea Room 4 and 6 Watkins Block Phone 700

safety; and J. P. Holbrook
Paul V. HutchinsAttorney
the quartette by running be
forth between Orlando
and Counsellor at Law ville with automobiles
factory. Verily some Dr. Henry G. HanchettMusic

Davis & McNeil BIdg make strange bedfellows.
ORLANDO FLA. Ever:: notice the way : Studio 107 America Street Monday Morning

ers keep tinkering around PRIVATE PIANO LESSONS
lawns and houses etc. In
In Technique ExpreMitlnn, Repertory and Sight Playing
It know the signs of
Dr. F. F. Thompson you know that Orlando '\' CLASSES:
he vive to At 122 South Orange AvenueNext
9 keep & I) IIKKTHOVKN; : IU'flJsm'ludlr": ) In Musical Structure by Means. of.rcture
DentistFormerly right and shining, neat KeciUla.

ulate., Take a little, jaunt ) AUTISTIC ISTlmPnr.T.TIOSt'ordYAnrro Player- to T. H. Evans
of Now York city today and keep a
he new garages. the new I(d) ELEMENTARY; ; HARMONY.nformal .
115 SOUTH ORANGE the clean lawns the freshl
Recital With Announcement of Course Wednesday Evening
Over Curtis & O'Neal's residences and the )' 8, 1915 at 8 O'clock. Cards of Admission( May lie Had at Ei.t V'harmacy
This dean is as no Berlin mean where city-it's it regulating'I or Branch's Hook Store. CALL AND MAKE YOURSELF AT HOME!

people dust the streets
Is noise a sign of growth
Orlando is growing
There is more traffic and
than ever before.
The current issue of

DR. OPTOMETRIST L H. RAMSDELl a takes movie first a theatre page local feature drawing at Yapps reel.of" You Buy a House y Why Not This Maxwell

. WX FIT GLASSES.- GRIND LENSE words operating, the a artist camera.shows The a on Easy Payments and Pay As You Ride

AND DO ALL KINDS OF John Gruelle. There are
or'nr. s Rwrarwrrt7 ings and people in the

the building which takes
the one in the background
a placard on it reading: "
SURVEYINGPlating 11. E. Dann. Now, of

and Sub-Dividing could hardly expect Judge
a cartoon without j
manner real
our own
WORK II C. Dann. The only
explain the difference in
"C" of the "Dann" is that
HAL A. IRISHCivil drew the picture with -

Engineer isn't it?)
Difficult things to do:

47 Watkins Rldg, Orlando, Fla most got to interview
the other day. 2. Drs. ; 1
:McEwan slowed their I:

down sufficiently for us : 1
F. A. PEPPERCORN whites of their eyes. 3, \
A. Caplinger get around : A Maxwell
new traffic blocks without
it over. 4. One of our :
Phone 37 cials was actually sitting in : A House for Pleasurefor
without a fire, Monday. 5. :
heard an optimist declare

didn't know the price of a Home ; and Health
L. Percival Hutton The commissioners' R

city hall in regular
37 Liberty St., New York, N.Y Friday. One of our well II

ARCHITECT zens was on his feet and r
pronounce a -
JIcNeill-Davis Building, Orlando as it were. It was really .

Florida and ers Robertson Mayor Sperry and and THE PAY AS YOU RIDE MAXWELL

Member F. A. A. blushed. Mr. Johnson,
sick bed and Mr. be purchased just piano. And the Health increased will into business
can as easy as a of your entire family-the energy you put your
from his hunt and a
looked at each other much after getting out into the open each evening-will many times repay you for the

S.S.JonesChiroprac "The world is coming to an payments you make on this car. Talk it over with De Laney Way-the man who< Easy Payment Plan

the compliment: made it possible for the citizens of Orlando to own a car on the
tor "Gentlemen." said Mr. W.
"I want to take this The 1916 Maxwell-complete in every detail-electric starter and electric lights-one man top-demountable rims-the biggest automobile
_. congratulating you upon value on the market today-$655-and Pay A. You Ride Open Evenings and Sundays
new traffic blocks which
Graduate of Davenport, Ia., Col had installed on Orange

lege. wheels wheels. almost People entirely.move 'J\Tay Auto :Iii

Specialist on Nervous and
and motor vehicles people
Chronic Diseases.4th distances and enjoy life. Corner Orange and Central W. D. WAY, Manager Phone 2621'ltFI I I

truer today than ever I
be said that
safely never
Floor Y. D. Building :
Florida had so many
Phone 209 are of untold benefit in IMMIIIM MI -

--- - ,
. . . . . . . GAIL PLUNGES TllttOUGItIND. THOMAS W. MATTHEWS WILL . . " . , . . , " . .. " " MMIMIMMIMMMiM . ...
+ I
+ We wish to take this oppor- + Tampa, Fla.-A couple" giving their Fred U. Date has sold' to Mr. Mat.
+ tunlky to thank our many pa. + namenaa H. J. Johnson, of Orlando, thews a choice lot on East: Concord "No Nursery Tree Is A First-Class Tree
+ Iron In Orlando and from the + and Del Key, of Sunford, went over avenue, on which will be built at an
+ many neighboring towns and + the embankment at the foot of ll>de early date a high clap residenceproperty.
rommunltle In Orange and Ad. Park avenue l last night, the girl being This In the taut lot to be
joining vountle for the manner badly cut across!!. the right cheek when had on Concord avenue between Or Unless Budded
4 In which they supported the + the plunged, through,; the wlndthlrld : nnge and Magnolia avenues, nnj Mr.
+ Urmt One' Muitllt'n (:Clearance of the auto. The man was uninjured. Matthew should be congratulated on
+ Hale hleh came to a fleet' lattnilfht. + The gill I was taken to the OlympUhotel / I Mfuring It. The property wan endulively from Bearing
/ We dhl our utmost to + where her Injury was dyes+' erl l with Mr (tale to sell. l|,
+ hundred,, . J. T .
plwtNtf our uf ruatom by Hr) Iluykin.'Ihs ,
+ er'*, and ta our knowledge every mull "t"ttthat he did<<' notperrelve Turkey dinner at the Artor Hun-. : ::: : trees of n lcnowiQuantity i
day. I 1.12 I: 4 :ateAmur .! i
buyer was ."Uan,". (Our .price. the turn In the street In time _
were such that the dale attract* to top. Ultra I I- a four foot drop '
) : 10 lull t.hhIIIM:
+ "II( every family' within a radlua + lit lisle. point, but (the beach I he Hut
4 of many mile and (the iUallty| + under water clone to the embankment In plannltiL'', your building, compare and
4 bf bur goods war Exactly ai rtp- 4 except" when them I Ii H very high tide. the ,tout of I.tlrkIIl'el'. with wood.Ihlhk ..
4 4 1he machine remained fight aide ht Hie N"lti'IIIt'lll' and germ
h.llt-hlp,1. up
4 In till! rohntrtlott wb wish! td 4- .,Ihe force bt the tall being lightened t < 4 fctntfe lank bur UtahUiee flrtte 4> by A quantity bf leaves which hate the t} hther fit l' lit thUt nhd!
4.> hdttrtUtliithtrt HtHrirbd| McllJ4 fluently I deert, duhiied| nt this I njtbt.Hie tntr tihrtlrp' till hIli tllU. 'uhk It
.4felHlV.. In Itib MHrhlhtf fcthUliblj .4> Mttltleilt hdt+ tahpd lit t II t b'tlbck, (I'M., hfUt I bully. ihk. I I? I j ate
-- -- -- -
4 Hltil HM Ihlll HiHllulu rt Ititilut! 4btittht | '1 Ihf! Ititill ulitltd that t lie HrH i! III lUfrKl -- -- ,O.W.
14 liMJrtdi bf hthlllM e (HlB bU lheM; Hi UtUhtld ttHll*! l'IWBLt' fl fltr
iiHtlhUlif HfHI fHlillHl( ; Illrtt Itib lilll I Wn4 riUH kHliall I H4lief MuIh8Fft !
iwAit> HAND I-H; liHlllH iHI'f? Ill lt4HtHF11. Mall AND\P I UT\ laI'FFRiI ( Conn@p.Tr

* * * * * * * 'IttH t HiF= wit flit DitMliilliUIH FNHIIaIFF' : : I Ih HH'
-= - IId t: nAif I'Blt' FRUH4tf t IltfR ta HH: IRS: 1hFl}< : liti t this! will\ wefk far JAW whill, m : TItn FIR''( M
W. ttHHIfilir;: Will.: HMftlMlTllrHIIHIHHW&Hrt; I I f. : .ffHfli .It|| filti HlH! 1t\1@ WH klydltrI urn Wt\lslm'IHHI(' ( FI4II I I rn(hth SFHWH eiiFHiKliii it MM trap: t ltifHnH: ) IRF itlult .HfPI ,HOWTwn
:; ' I I IafKd4TTt l '
WwlTampa(fhHffh atrf ttT :

W- W WrifM will twin' inter t the Tt% 'rIlHJtititW'Tlnt1' '
FiF4F wHsines4.\ tip h44 f'fM4': t the w'll"tt II,J::JT:: AT T.\J.I.\tJ.\tie f U t'Hfq i in their, ndrerli ing anti' h.v RJtUimn"itrnfh\' .' n TUB UPJHi.\W\H 1

fPPffi in the PltVi4 Wyk, directly J:: pt p, ? .aQ NfJnSJ'.fn'' lsgan J (tn etlntnte the pnhHc x& tn What* really constituted I A real I, first-F1asa t '

fQrth pf fuyans1\ jewelry: ,: I store, and./ T S SpecialVIA nursery tree pf citrus (frwiU. The public when shown in our *teat jrrpve what powM lie &c-
in short time wU have It fitted The State Tacher: Associationwill
a | up
pmp1i8he by
planting trees as *they are grown in our nurseries began to call for yes, pg-
for his use. He will carry a line of meet at Tallahassee December:
MAND trees that were properly propagated TOP\Y nurseries that
choice cigars and sundries. Further 28 to 30. An interesting programwill have not been in existence
announcements will. be seen in the be given and a splendid time is five years, are clamoring "PEDIGREED" for their strong suit in nursery pnxjuc-
Sentinel. For several years Mr. I expected. The headquarters will be tion. What would YOU do in their place, Mr. Planter Why of course you would sell your

Wright conducted the "Good and I' the Leon hotel, and the College for Atlantic Coast Line trees and adopt the surest method. But you are a BUYER, not a SELLER, and YOU ARE
Bad" cigar store in the Guernsey Women will open its doors to guests. interested in the very best result you can get from your grove when you have spent your
block. His friends will be glad to Dr. J. F. McKinnon, county superintendent -
see him back in his old line of busi of public instruction, will attend Standard Railroad of the South and money to bring it into bearing.
ness. the sessions, and it is expectedthat Then do not be mislead by claims intended for that purpose alone, but buy your trees where
Reinaugurated Nov. 15th-16th
many teachers from this city and you are absolutely safe. Get them from the OCKLAWAHA NURSERIES, the originatorsof

TESTING OUT TRUCK TO PULL Orange county will attend the meeting I proper practices in propagation for the express purpose of producing the one thing

7,000 POUND FIRE ENGINE ScheduleDailyLv. Florida needs in the market, first-class fruit and plenty of it.

Ar. Our trees will cost you more, may be fifteen to thirty cents more, but Professor Shamel's
The fire engine at the fire department I STRING OF HORSES FROM
weighs 7,000 pounds. As it is OCALA ARRIVE FOR FAIR 12:45 p. m. Tampa 4:00 p. m. work in California has demonstrated that an increase of 50 per cent can be obtained our '
1:20 p. m. Plant City 3:25 p. m. say, over the ordinary method of propagation. What then is the
fifteen to
planned to discard the horses Chief I 1:38 p. m. Lakeland 3.07 p. m. thirty cents in
Dean is looking around for somethingto Horses-strings of horses-good 2:52: p. m. KIssimmee 1:51 p. m. comparison? CATALOGUE FREE-Write for it.
pull the engine to fires when occasion racers and pacers and what not, are 3:22 p. m. Orlando 1:20 p. m.
I 4:05 p. m. Sanford 12:41 p. m.
arises. A Buick "four" truck arriving for the big Subtropical Mid 5:54 p. m. Palatka 10:41 p. m-
has been tested out and found satisfactory winter Fair which will be held in 7:30 p. m. Ar. Jack'lle Lv. 9:15 a. m.

but it has not been pur February. Forty-fi\e head arrived Equipment will consist of Pullman Ocklawaha
chased. this week from Ocala and are at the Broiler-Observation Parlor Cars, A. C. Nurseries
Fair Grounds stables. L. Free Reclining Chairs Cars Standard
Vestibuled Coaches and Com
MASONIC CONVOCATIONEureka I Sl'ECIAL INVESTMENTWe bination Coach and Baggage Cars. O. W. Conner. Proprietor, Tangerine; Florida. i e

Chapter No. 7 will meet in
do not handle speculative' investments -
regular convocation Tuesday evening, but if you desire an investment For Information Call on G. G. WRIGHT Agent Orlando Florida
December 7. There will be work in which yields a regular guaranteed W. WHITE ,
D. T. A.
the H. A. degree. net income of eight or ten per
eent our service will be of value W. It. O'NEAL, C. P. & T. A
Cock & Co., Christ .building.. I
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Scene at Lake\iew 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

$50 to $150 each. Five and ten acre tracts facing brick road offered at extremely low prices. For

further information write or call on.WALTER.




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Stocks of New, Fine Goods are at the couhters and more arriving daily. It is a pleasure and satisfactionto

choose this early and unhurridly from ample, fresh stocks. It is a satisfaction also to know that




Nfew I IJne Hail 1 llag-: Theery Int ;at:t styles:, double and'
, Two Clnip):: Kid Hove( in Ittaek, Tun, BrAwn and White ,
/iiln I handles All fitted)
/ Iiitrnp/ ) (( of the Blouses of the Hour

$1.25 and $2.00 $1.25 and $1.50
Hundred of exquisite models makes our blouse faction the
most attractive pot in the "Hig Store,"
The New French Kid Gloves In Black, with heavy White Largo Assortment Hand Hags-Soul, Pin Seal, Crepe Seal
and Moroco, all with fitted coin purse, mirror, some with
stitching, also White with Black, the very latest powder box and perfume bottle, Special value

$1.75Misses $2.50 and $3.00 $1.25 to $7.50Fashion

Beautiful )Hand Hags, nil styles and shapes, all colors, silk
and hand in hand blouse of
economy jro ; stripes
and leather nickle gilt gunmetal and shell frames beautifully
and Children Kid r.ITnn, Brown and White at fitted
and high collar; some beautifully trimmed models, and at

$1.00 $3.50 to $10.00
mot wonderful low price,


OUR THIRD bL :Xrn.as: Xmas SuggestionsFor


Hose______________________25c to $1.00
RUNNING OVER WITH MANY BEAUTIFUL ETA PB?ECIAL Fancy Vests___________..........$2OO to $6
AND USEFUL GIFTS Smoking Jackets ______________$4.00 to $10.00
Men's Suits___________________$12.50 to $30.00Men's
Handsome Rugs Overcoats ______________$16.50 to $30o"S!
of all Kinds Our Buyers were lucky enough to be in New York at the right time Initial Handkerchiefs________________15c to 50c
Furniture fc ___________
Mufflers $1.00 to $3.00
China Ware and made their wonderful purchase of beautiful umbrellas. A most -----------
j Men's Neckwear __________________25c to $1.50
Glass Fancy Ware China complete selection, including many attractive novelties in Gold and Dress Gloves __________________$1.00 to $4.00
Cut Glass Silver Handles some inlaid with Mother of Pearl. These umbrellas Leather Collar Boxes ____________$1.00 to $3.00
Silver WareAluminum are really a remarkable Bargin and will make a beautiful Xmas Cuff Buttons -___________________25c to $3.00
Ware present, p-.me of them worth to $20.00, Extra Special Sale Price Shirts $1.00 to $5.00
up -------------------------
Dining Room Suite t Sweaters--------________________$2.0 to$10.00
Bed Room Suite Rain Coats____________________$5.00 to $20.00
Parlor Suite Pajamas -_____________________$1.50 to $5.00
Kitchen Outfits !. Men's Hats ____________________$2.00 to $6.00
Brass Beds $3.98 Men's Belts -------_______________25c to $2.00
Iron Beds Men's Caps ---------*..._-________60c to $2.00
Fancy Pictures Night Shirts ---____._.........___60d to $i,5o
Lace Curtains Bath Robes ......,,......_...f&50: to $tu.O
See These Mend' Silk Hats a.._.....-.....MM.M.fl,00'
Hundred! of other beautiful and useful! presents!: Umbrellas on DisplayIn Ho!?>e! Supporters s...,....._.8__.B325e and 50c
Don't) full to visit Mrd floor *'hite doing!! your Tie and Ho/e! gets===z u..u".u".I' l,00 to .1,00:
Xnw' FthUI'I'ItI,1' )!! I Our Window Men'f Canes '1.00 to 92,00
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Congregational Church ANNUAL CONVOCATION ''MMMmillliliillllllMMIMIIIiilllllilllllilii
Sunday school, 9:45 a. m.
Preaching 11 a, m. Subject of the The twenty-fourth annual convocation
morning sermon "Jesus' Call to of the Episcopal church in its
Men." missionary district of Southern Florida -
Y. P. S. C. E. at7p.m.Misses will be held in St. Luke's Cathe- COMPLEXION
Meta Ahik and Alice Campbell leaders dral January 16 to 18.
; subject, "The Prayer Life and !
Its Possibilities." LAWTON RESIGNS CREAMYou
Preaching service by the pastor to
Daily Budget 01 Items ConcerningThe follow.))
Desiring to devote his sole time to
Town And Rollins CollegeCAPT. day Midweek night.C. prayer meeting Wednes- personal interests J. B. Lawton, Jr.,

E. Enlow pastor. yesterday resigned as deputy sheriff.
will need something to protect
- your comple m>
HALL'S FUNERAL TO. PAVING PROGRESS Methodist ChurchV. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Aronholt and

MORROWThe Work on the street paving is progressing L. Barze, pastor. daughter. Miss Vernal, of Coshocton, during this cold weather. Extreme cold destroys tissue
body of the late Capt. C. T. and the agitation for a Sunday school at 10 a. m. Ohio, and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Chute
Hall who died here suddenly Thurs- twenty-four foot street on Inter- Holy Communion service 11 a. m. of Hale, Wis., are among recent arrivals faster than it can be replaced.We .
day night of heart trouble was lachen avenue, between the Boulevard Preaching in the evening at 7 in Orlando, registering at the
shipped to Shelbourne Falls Massachusetts and the entrance to the New o'clock, by the district superintendent Orland hotel, where they have engaged sell all of the good face
on the midnight train Fri- Seminole, is still progressing favor Rev. R. A. Carnine, D. D. accommodations for an indefinite creams and can recom-
day night. H. W. Hall of Richmond. ably. The matter of widening the All are invited! stay, during which they will look
Virginia who arrived in Winter Park pavement will probably be brought -o- j I over property. From here they will mend one which will just meet your requirements. A

late Friday afternoon accompaniedthe before the council at its meeting to- ALL SAINTS CHURCH proceed to Tampa and St. Petersburg.
body North. The funeral will be morrow night. 10 a. m. Holy Communion. I good complexion cream will soften nourish and protectthe

held in Shelbourne Falls tomorrow 11 a. m. Morning prayer and litany Room No. 3. Schultz Bldg.
afternoon and all of the surviving MRS. TRAMMELL TO SING SOLO with sermon. outer tissues and keep the complexion fresh and
children' are experud to attend. Governor Park Trammell arrived in I All seats free. A cordial welcome Dr. C. W. Fain
Winter Park yesterday afternoon and I for every one.'VINTER. youthful.
PROFESSIONAL GOLFER ARRIVES I is the guest of Frank Shepherd. He DENTIST
is to attend the morning services at PARK NOTESOn Office Hours: 8 to 12, 2 to 5.

Dow S. George arrived in Winter the Baptist church today, and will go WINTER PARK FLA.
to Orlando this faternoon to attend account ;n3Elks; memorial
Park Friday from Minneapolis to I
I'I the Elks services. Mrs. Trammell is services at Orlando there will be no
take up his work as coach at the ,
Country Club. Mr. George will at *also spending the day in Winter Park band concert here this afternoon. LUCERNE PHARMACYPhone
once begin work arranging the traps |and will sing a solo at the morning
service. Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Garrison
arrived -
bunkers and hazards on the eighteenhole
I Friday night from Cortland, GRANDTOMORROW
The nine hole
been course.open for some time course and it has is TODAY'S SERVICES; AT WINTER I, New York and will spend the season 2 We Give=Savings Checks i
I PARK CHURCHES in Winter Park. ,
probable that the golfing season will
open in full blast the coming week.
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CHRISTIAN ENDEAVORThe T. Douglass, pastor will preachat lar member of the freshman class at
monthly business meeting and 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. Subject of Rollins, is spending Sunday with her I I'" III I$" " " 1"1"--- " ".
the I parents Dr. and Mrs. Henry G. Han .
morning sermon will be "The Par-
social of the Christian Endeavor So- KLEINE-EDISON FEATURES .
able of the I chett in Orlando.
Talents, and in the evening
ciety was held Friday evening. Twen New Overland
ty-six young people were present and gain.the" subject will be "A Bad Bar- I Among the Rollins students who ANNOUNCE at $800I
enjoyable evening passed
an was by
all. Light refreshments were served Mrs. Park Trammell wife of the .!are taking advantage of the week-end Oversize Tires, Shock Absorbers and Extra Tire :
during the evening. governor of our state will be pres. 'to visit their homes are C. G. and BICKLE AND WATSON I
ent and sing at the morning service. Harold Tilden who motored to Oakland .

COUNCIL MEETING TOMORROW I Those who had the pleasure of bearing yesterday afternoon. THE FUNNIEST OF FUNNYMEN Buick 40 at $400New
.1 her when here before will be glad
The town council will meet in regular of another opportunity. ARE YOU GOING TO HAVE YOUR
monthly session tomorrow night BABY IN HOWARD'S FAIR Tires and New Paint
I I Sunday school meets at 9:45 a. m.;
at 7 o'clock. A full attendance of .
members is desired as important bus. F. R. Boardman superintendent in That Baby Show at the coming IN A SCREAMING FIVE- :
charge. The presence of all teachersand Five County Fair is going to be some I .
mess is to be disposed of at this session.

further scholars arrangements is especially are to desired be made as and show.Lots Howard's of wise Studio people have is stacking caught up on PART COMEDY :jj Winter Park Auto Co. j 1

for the Christmas exercises.B. pictures galore.
MODERN WOODMEN AMERICAThe Y. P. U. meeting at 6:15 p. m.; Is your child in it? If not, it is : 'THE FIXER" OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
Modern Woodmen of Americawill subject, "We Shall Understand." your fault. I
hold their regular monthly meet- Scripture verses, John 13:1-11; leader Country All)) children as well as under city children.eight years.Sat- ,I=
ing Tuesday evening. All membersare Mr. Richards. urday and Wendesday. Absolutely 'i 111 i I i 11 i 111 uu 9
urged to attend and visiting'!: This church extends a cordial invi- no charge. You are favoring us. lOc 15c
Woodmen will receive a hearty welcome tation to everybody. If a stranger, HOWARD'S STUDIO-ON THE
i I I'stop and let us become acquainted. 12-5-tfc AVENUE Try A Sentinel "Want Ad""GET

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we will gladly lay them away until called for-this costs .

OUR JEWELRYis you nothing extra-helps you-helps us. WRIST WATCHmay

irresistible. It needs but a glance at our complete be had here in many varieties and at many
What MenLike
assortment of Rings, La Vallieres, Necklaces etc. to prices. We have a complete assortment now, and no

explain their allurement. Come and note the taste matter what kind you buy, you may be sure your

and of the choice will be the best in Its class from any stand.
novelty designs
exquisite character, of c 4 4if n p 4 It should not be
J point. Reliability and value are our watchword
workmanship. And do not neglect to note our Si +,1 hard to buy *om.*
Wrist watches this season are made detachable,
reasonable prices. Wo have a great variety of thing& that A man
w+ will appreciate, wo the bracelet can be taken ofT and watch worn with
prices to suit every purse, and we can please you. '
will gladly assist! chain or otherwise! !, the name M other watches

you. Let u. show

you the things whav .
Come To Our Storeand .. I
Everything Is GuaranteedWe

we will be glad to show you anything, you will
have only such goods that we as well as the
be under no obligation to us for this. We invite Let Us SuggestWatches
manufacturer personally)] guarantee. When we sell

comparison of our stock and prices with any in the Fobs Tie Clasps we expect to make a friend. We want your patronage -

land, and will sell the same goods as cheap or for Vest Chains Cuff Links Cuff Buttons and give prompt and careful attention to every
Coat Chains Scarf PinsSmoker Military Brushes
less than any mail order house. Set etc. detail of our business. e ..

Let Us show You These Things Now, So You Can

Think It Over Before Christmas Is Here

ALLEN & CO. JewelersWlltorParkNows


dance doing all the in most their auspicious power to affair make ever the c. cI &:;I

I r I (rlanim ritty I largely staged in attended Orlando.and That that the it will people be Get It At Allen's"

will co-operate in making it a successis
the belief of those in charge.
SOCIAL CALENDAR (was carried out in the refreshments. Music will be furnished by Mclntosh's SWEET

Today I Those who assisted the charming orchestra, and tickets are now on
Round Address Table.by Unity Marcus Chapel C. Fagg.7:30 p.m. 1 hostess were Mrs. J. B. Lawton, Miss sale at Estes' Pharmacy the Lucerne

Monday December 6. : Hudson Mrs. Phil Slemons, Mrs. J. Pharmacy, McElroy's Pharmacy
Miss Helen Warlow and Miss Ruth M. Perry Mrs. S. E. Ives Jr., :\liss.. Merck's, and the San Juan news
Isaacson hostesses at supper for Hope Starbuck Mrs. A. N. Goodwin, stand.
Miss Pauline Nuckolls. 1 Miss Elizabeth Welch and Mrs. F. III CREAM
Tuesday. December 7.
Junior Matrons Card Club Mrs. C. G. I I' Williams. The refreshments, which Mrs. V. Green, of Orlando and 11 11O
Brow, hostess. consisted of white and pink mints, mother-in-law, Mrs. Cora Green of
Sorosis Club. tutti frutti ice cream, angel food and Tampa motored over from Orlando
Mrs. J. II. Reese entertains in com-
pliment tc Miss Pauline Nuckolls. fruit cake were served by the Misses this week and enjoyed a brief stayin
Wednesday. December 8. Elizabeth Branham, Jean Person, Seabreeze with Mrs. D. E. Loweat Delivered promptly: o Bracelets
Equal Suffrage League. Mary Hyer Clara Robinson, and Bes- her home on Peninsula Drive.-

fortnightly hostess. Club Mrs. Irwin Dunn i sie Wells. Punch was also served, Daytona Journal. (Any hour) Convertible into a regular watch, or can be worn on

Uachelor Girls. Miss Elizabeth Bran- I the punch bowl and Victrola being on -- neck chain; twenty and twenty-five year and solid gold
ham, hostess. i iJlntre the porch. Mrs. Williams and Miss AN INFORMAL TEA O
Nous Club. Elizabeth Welch presided at the Wednesday evening Mrs. W. T. cases.
Unity Circle, by Mrs. S. B. CHRISTMAS GOODS ARE 11EUE
punch bowl while little Miss Agnes
Whittier on "Ida Tarbell." Berry entertained Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Also anythingin
Thursday. December 9. Musselwhite played the Victrola. Eldredge and Mr. and Mrs. Frank It. JEWELERS.3E3
Rosalind Club, Miss! Elizabeth Porter, Later In the afternoon Gor, Tram David!!, of Apopka, and Mr. and Mrs. ALLEN & CO., .
chairman. Christmas heedlework melt, accompanied by the lion. S. S. C. P. Dickemon, of Orlando 'the en 11 Jl
arty.ountr1 Club dance. Griffin, state representative from this tertalnhieht was art 'informal' *
reeep ==3E====IOE=3E===3E
of the U. D. J, N. district came to the reception andwas
Meeting C., Mrs. lion to Mfs.; lark W. Tfahlthell, Wife
Mctlroy, hostess, 3 ti, hi. J introduced( to the many guests bf JoVefhor Perk W. Tfammell, and
pfesehti the feeeptien was decidedly I A COAT Of ntEHII I PAINT I
a niece to Mrs, Berry Mrs Tram
lll'U Soi'1iI 1'1 1'1At
Itt etl.'ION& IN HONtM OF MIM.,. distinctive and the pleasant day etm* malt tin leeR in lawn two er threeMopping r I makes\ ft house! more! attractive, (pfefeme >
it from decay and renders> it
ItUK THAMMELL; tributed in making it eeeial l
a perfect date!, With flaUvt",
I ? !=AHipMAIIIIIKK |+ = mure ea1ettl' llill> A heller fiauFf. Hut
One of the mel t beautiful' \ fetep? event, h N@w!!. I U suet\\ use! the( beet JI"jfht the
tldM It K Meat t reaulta, She right hind yet the
ever held\ in Orlando WAR that -=o=- -=9==
"Iv@1lIjt@fJIt' afternoon hy MF HiH CIVIC( liKAflllH Wll.li' IW'fifllHINIMAH ; itMrut8f| > IAn, (' mts here for all paint
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A'I' Till; Mt1'II111IITI'AIIWON,4tlt infurinaiiMn" ' of any klml. \\ II
(Uitfin in honor\ of Mr. Park I I UANCKOn ) ,ihartre for it ant)( charge hut' \little
Trammell, wife wf "'larM,*'* fMBr e*, Christmas night, at (the Arm for u e fine palms| we are prepared! -
IIIl'hAni |It), Monroe, of fhmrorl'l, .
ttiitlve( the lion, Park Tr mmel1, At fir)', at HiflQ! nVIock, the Women's r to ml! >
was marrietl (to Alias\ Mabel\ 11, ('swan,
her AUrRrUve home last Jubin( on rivjo = =
on League of will give a
also Panfiml J, ,
( llev. It
of I'y J-ey
avenue, between (the hours of 4 anti! 0 dance, and Judging from the Inter at the Methodist last I r 1 CTT Orlando Paint A "Wall Paper Ci
oVIoik, the reception being attended' eat aroused, its success .Is already assured |parsonage J
night : 201 B, Or.ht AvtrtutCOUSMAN
tiy EBO! ladles, Mil hostesses, Mrs It. Llleemati
The guests were received$ in the living I Mrs. T. .t'icton Warlow, Mrs Immediately after the ceremonythe A MI1ANCAREY phone t31 l
room by lilts Itlifln( Mrs. J. It.Vlrk L It. (ledge, Miss Margaret Hart, young couple left bh ah auto tour a
hrough he southern bf the state.
) and Mri. (lea. \V. Phillips ahd Mrs. ti. II. Edwards, and Mrs. (i. tiWesleott part
Mrs 0} 1 l' IllrkttisoH, sisters\ of bits together with the! ways ahthitahs --
Mlss Itltfl" thlettnlhcil
Ultjll! yesterday '
Trrthihtelt.( Mrs Ju. L tlllcstiurtii Ihtrul rohtmitle oll..t bf M I -
rtJh1| < till
(ha guefttst '..hf living, rttoHtwell jUt LeoH II. lutt' thnlrnlan, Mrs. J> HMtfHwntt t .l hint rtlltttttlhjtly+ at a IUhrhlt'1I1itthl1t'F Pharmacy HANDFUNERAL
lit httHOh bf MlMNuckulU I tidullll
M the blhtF rbohl \.*H arttsti j MM. WttlfN/ ituwfi Mr, !
Irally tiH iMed. > IH plnK and| p+t..It, J, 11. MnrUdF, JF., Mts4!t MaFgaFtli !, who is! kobit (tit I'l'bm' the I'll UN HBO
Ilflll uf HP Hulrtht] I V- tit
",till!! .a white! .and. pink, color rkt'ItHI' and\ MFS.! IfftFbld HtfUFRt, are + iibtahl. DIRECTORAND
Wi".t'F. MFK, et t hF mm* en IJijrl&Fn@&
Circle, 'IIIIHVriAjf: ( thew\ \ lunch,
MRS. MARY A COX gull the sue.la. were hawrt.. ta 'the EMBALMER
lihrary amt l 'the. hflnflree, upon ringing '
ANNOUNCES{ ft crepe hell'', WM delved with\ Mr J, flowlh, Ana pf nrl llaQ'.
pretty i'iHiI. Out pf the I pity guests popular and efficient pffic"iI, i.i w
That' ftht. hM movM to
All calls answered
were the Misses wry Ppnaway and joying A visit from hU fllther: Mr, Promptly Dayor
J. w. (Bo:arth, who with Mr, Bomrth -
110 Summerlin Place Hose powers! pf Winter! Park
Night. Block
-- I arrived in Orlando yesterday I

Convenient yet quiet and Private, in a pleasant Place where one can ftn4 All Rev, Mary A. Safiord will !leave from Keenville, 111.
that I U Exclusive: in Blouses, Neckwear and Novelties, this week for Richmond, Va., where Orlando Florida.
she will attend the Southern States You will enjoy the Sunday dinnerat I

1T10 Summerlin Place Orlando, Fla. Suffrage Congress which convenes the Astor l-12-4-2tc PHONE 639. RESIUENIEPHONE 457,
December 12.

Mr. and Mrs.-James-- Laughlin III.,

will motor to Daytona Beach today THE[ LUCERNE .1.111.1111111.1.11111..1111.11111111111.11111..11

where they will spend several day
enjoying the delights at that resort.

Don't forget that Marcus C. Fagg, : FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM O'NEAL I
superintendent of the children's homeat

Jacksonville, will deliver an address

at Unity Chapel this evening. FRANK H. YOUNG'SFLORIDA
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aSteart Mrs. Walter Rose returned yester- TROUBADOURS
day afternoon on the Tampa Special
30 People
from Jacksonville where she has been

... visiting relatives.

FOR RENT- Furnished, pleasant
suite of light housekeeping rooms, First Floor Exclusively For i
on first floor bath in connection; electric -
lights and telephone; garage if White Folks Insurance Loans Real Estate :
desired; private family. 312 North
Main street. 12-5-lmoc

FavoriteMONDAY'S Entire Balcony for Colored

Vacuum Gasolilie PROGRAM

American. "The Exile of Bar K
Ranch." A western drama, in two Watch for Big Noon Concert
parts, featuring Vivian Rich. ESTABLISHED 1MIeeeeei
Feed edy.Royal Komic. "Father Love." A com-

Comedy. "Two Tramps"Four

I Five cents good reels to all.Mutual movies. Prices: 50c, 75c. and $1.00 I II . II II II . 111111111 I II II III II 11.11 I II I r .

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Real leather upholstryOne _., ,..., ,_
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man top THE USE OF CHRISTMAS Ii ,-:! ; ;:J J..J'-t.:: . ....'...." '-....' ,
1: : I
Y' !
Jiffy Curtains CARDSNever .:., v: ,'; H"'" .

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Full floating rear axle
in the history of the development of social

Timken bearings customs have Christmas Cards been so much Used as
1' *
they are today

$850.00 at Orlando The custom is almost universal 1 and Is extending l i 1 Iltati tIl

efteh year} a fact' that Is natural 1, when it is remembered

that Otis Is i the 1 least expensive and met delicate mean .

of conveying our share! in the mm total of ChrtetmaaItappin@a


While reatly-maile"' { cards for thia opfasion arc offered

I I. W.\ PHILLIPS & SflNS far ate at many places' these arc not o much in demandnow

"Christmas as those Greeting"which are should specially express ngrACftn1 one's individual+ for

210 S. Orange Ave. taste in as great a degree as a cordial personal greeting,
.. and this can only be accomplished through the medium ofa

PHONE 5644IIJIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII card engraved in accordance with your own taste in J

arrangement and artistic effect.

The most satisfactory result can be obtained by ad's
consulting the J. P. Stevens Engraving Co., Whitehall

Street, Atlanta who will send samples of the very latest =:

style-send today so that the work can be made up for
This Entire Building Occupied by the J. 'P. Stevens
you"in time.
ample Engraving Company, Atlanta, Ga.

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DO YOUR 'L 51 "

JHOPPinG'JP: :' '..: Makt:' thi$; "'tr .. '-' r.ftf\'l'. ...n_,)_, _' : ..tl\ ,

in THE:' Practical Gift ivC1uictn b" J HOPMORninG


The True Spirit of Christmas .

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

are the gifts that meet with the heartiest welcome.At .
our store you can choose from a carefully selected stock of suitable gift things. You will be waited on by salespeople who know their stocks thoroughly, and whose sugges-
tions will be most helpful to you. But we remind you that leisurely and thoughtful selections can only be made early in the month before the last minute rush begins.

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

GRANDMOTHERComfy Her Sensational Silk Purchase

Slippers ______________$1.50 I GRAXDDADDY
J Bath Robes $2.75 to $8.50
Felt Supers __________$1.25 to $1.50

Black$4.45 Silk to Dress_____length_____________$1155 A Spot Cash Proposition Lounging Robe ______$5.00 to $10.00

'" Wool Kimonas ________$4.75 to $6.50 - enabled us to get White Vest __________________$2.50 i I
d Ostrich Boa __________$2.50 to $7.50
1 : Coat ________________$9.50 to $35.00 i G ,, hold of a full range Muffler ______________________$2.00 .
Coat Suit __________$17.50 to $50.00 d of Beautiful coloringsin Initial Hankerchief ____________25c
Hand Bag ____________$1.50 to $7.50 : ___________
Soft or Stiff Hats 3.00
> Kid Gloves __________$1.00 to $3.50 ALL
_.11p ': T Silk Stockings __________50c to $2.00 i Outing Night Shirt __________$1.00
7JJliLt. J JL1. (1)'O Slumber Robe ____-__________$2.50 CHINE. A quali- Smoking Jacket ______________$5.00
____________25c to 50c /l TKafJMlO&kMOTHER
White Apron ty that could not pos-
JIl0mof/iep?' Walking Stick _______.________$1.50

sibly be sold in the or- Suspenders ____________25c to $1.50 CZ1ellxLtQ(000

dinary way of business -
for less than

DADDY .: $1.25 a yard.
Wool Dress length __$3.75 to $10.00

"Hart Schaffner & Marx" The magnificient range of shades includes EgyptianGold Comforter __________$1.25 to $10.00

Ulster ___:.______$20.00 to $25.00 Rose Pink, Sky Blue, Azure White, Old Rose, Pair Blankets ________$1.50 to $10.00

Kid Slippers ________$1.50 to $1.75 Eau de Nil, Copenhagen, Russian Green, Steel, African Silk Dress length ____$5.50 to $12.00

Tie ___________________50c to $2.00 ) Brown, Pink, Navy, and Raven Black._ On Saturdayand Gloves ______________$1.00 to $3.50
Gloves ______________$1.50 to $2.50 Monday at the very Special Price of39c. Silk Hose ____________$50c to $1.50

Auto Gloves __________$2.00 to $3.50 .Ctn. Hand Bag _________$1.50 to $10.00

Silk Sox ______________SOc to $1.00 '' \_V___/ Toilet Set __________$1.25 to $12.50

Bath Robes '._________$4.00 to $lo.bo yd. Umbrella ____________$1.1>8 to $10.00

Fancy Vests _______.$4.00 to $5.00 ? tJJ3IJlf.ij'l? (c7f .C lI Kimona __--____----__85c to $25.00

Outing Pajamas ______________$1.50 No mail or phone ordersMillinery- Fur Neck Piece ______$5.00 to $7.50
__ Ladd ? ---- -- ,cQP ? (House Slippers ______$1.00 to $2.60
"Manhattan" Shirts $1.50 to $3.00 ---

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full lre) !hoes .. $d.0O _
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:20 Hpediil'( Trimmed' Until" from our own workroom= . . ., 1Z
Full ,lr) !!9 I'UHifiS( ':::=====::__'d.tJ IJ) = 111))
-i; ); Heal! Dainty Conceptions! $5,00 and $0,50 values! "if art Hfhaffiier & Mark"
: Saturday( and Monday for9:1"it suit |;25.00? \)
) M hkttre Bet s==s====fl.60 I 10lll U 10Israsol ) :=====;= :=?:===??
: | to 10,00 :20() I'ittlern Ihtt*-I'arinitui Conception! Helu< h'ttt "Hart Hehnffner & Mafi" r
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F Original, Chic; Overeat .12000;: te IS300:! (
? Ito!iery !:& t t@ 13.00; =======
Ivory Toilet Bet -----=$dA9 to tlMPyr 98.00 to 912 value Hflturday and !Monday\ for IS.QN; Walking Cane\ ========fl.e0( to 1300,( t 1'
j Neck Piece ,-===rJ5.0Q to nM 'HIto:\() 115 I value, Saturday and Monday for 97.7ft Silk Shirt -=-=--===-4:PO to J7.60Press rr
Moves. Silk, and Ki4 -$30Q
Ostrich Hoar f2,50 to $ .60 ===
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Pearl (Gray Hat .,$300
Evening Press un81h 'U6 to $10 ??= =
"a.. Kurofy Kloth, Coat length= ----$4,38 RIBBON SALE Fancy Socks -______-_-500 to ".00 a
Pajama Suits, Silk or Madras
r Mesh Pag ----------$1,50 to $10.00 n.50 ____________________$ 9JIat$
\W Handkerchief, plain or lt Ijjit?
,, Initial _____________15c to $1,25 I a e -
Cn':lt rE: lG",1 Sweater :___________$3.60 to $19.50 Gold and Sliver Knives.$5.00 to $7.00: Brother?
/ C' Press Shoes __________$3.50 to $6.00LITTLE Continues and will,\
aIitt: ?
t p cohtinue until Mon-

day with unabated en
4 i thusiasm. The assortments IJABY

are just as e Layette Set..____,$3.00 to $7J50

SISTER r :-:; I complete as on thq 'y Presses ......,........75c to $.. 0Sacques

Hosiery _...._______.._.15c to SOc : R s ..._.__.....'75c to $1,25
.............. I .. first day, as we continually
Presses .60c to $5,00 .
I t J -.e- I;, Sweaters .............,75c to $..50
Middy WftUt _..---- $1.00 to ".25 t "' ?/ add to them.
Middy Press _..--_..$7.50 to U2. O w4. Bootees .......,......,,25e to 35Hoslory
Coat .nnnpuHU.M to $12,60' , J) "*' Don't miss thelimnr't'lo. 'S?' l .,.,....?......,2&9 tq 60Fawy /)
Hut . .,.,. ..,,.-$1.30: to $5,00 1 ( t
Mash", I lAir-- Hn..nun'7- (! to 9&00; '/"( .,)) ....".. .." vnluc1Lot iS) I'inn ..............:>',e to nntl

I'snty Il"1I""ttr'hl) -..c..nc tl.11,1 :l\f\ f .1 Ivory ,...........$ to $.1.00
\\' ,..tr "II uu=__=.::8:r,,, t4J $I,8Atlalh ::\ &j) :
Itcl'{ --=---. --.-- ||.1.:1r1J'r.::\ I Il I."Iur''" up to :11.1e( on salo for........==." =Ik(' 9Y/I11Lc J.ulitJlII""totN. H.-._........7.e to {1,752b5P
Chntclnln .H._-----__$LOtl to , / 2i'0cc1lllti1ae;: I I l Lot :!. \'ulur.. up to ..lIIl'<> on Hair fur_=.=....__ air ComforU, ..,_........fl.7/5: / to $fi,09
. llru h thd Cwmli ------J.Oc to |&1.0 ; / Lot II. Values tip\ to 7fle, on risk for.=.=._____...:: r { Wool Vests ___..........Me lo '76!
illlJrtl'? Lot -1, "ulut'lJ1\ to $1,00, on hale for________Me:
Lot 6, Value up to $1.25: on unle for*.-IUc( '


TIMELY SUGESTIONS FOR TilE FESTIVE HOARD A full line of Richelieu Pickles, Preserves, Jams and Spiced '
It will to get prices I
pay you our !
Fruits, Figs and Mince Meats.
New Nuts, both whole and !shelled; New Popcorn.
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, Snappy purchased before the advance.DicksonIves .

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




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OULANDO I 18 FAST 1'HOVINfl At The Churches the topic by Mesgri. lees, O'Neal and GERMAN KVANRKUC: : 1.UTII-

Jackson BRAN CIIURCUServleee (
-0'I'r. Sunday, December f.th at

I'IKSr MKTIIom.ST: ClltJKCII LURK'S: CATHEDRAL 1:30: p. m. at Seventh Days Adventist

"City Beautiful"i Corner Mum and,' Jackson street. Building, West Central Avenue All
Very Rev Henry R. Ucmwn, dean.
John II. Ley, factor.llible Lutherans are invited.
December 5th. Second Sunday in
There have been over 10 miles of school At l'::45 a. m. An excellent I I L. 0. THAl'PK, Pator.RUSSIANS .

brick streets put down within the I musical program led by orchestra Advent. theI I
7:30 a. m. Early: celebration of
city llm ts in the past year, borderedon I ; interesting recitations; . Holy Communion. DISPERSE: Kt'RDS IX Cash Counts !

each'side' by concrete side walks, itors' elates. C. 1::. Howard, super
9:45: :; a. m. Morning prayer
which will be completed this winter. i intendent. Sunday school. :
homes demand beautiful the at 11 '
Beautiful! Preaching by pastor a. m.
11 a. m. Late celebration and ser London.-A Petrograd dispatch to
sidewalks and streets, and it takes and 7:30 p. m. A fine service of sacred <
mon. the Times, quoting a telegram from
all thr+' to make a beautiful city eon);. Morning subject "Divine
Aod 7:45 p. m. Evening prayer and Tiflis to the N'ovoe Vremya, nays the
sidewalk not
If a Pity. sermon "Glories of the Christian Russian troops are advancing in Persia I We are giving 5 per cent discount -
put dovnin front of your place you At 6:45 p. m.. Young People'sLeague '
Church, as the Prayer Book Brings having dispersed a force of Kurds
( to make the service. An
doing inspirational
not your part I'
are "
Them Before Us: It's Ordiliness. !after a sharp; encounter, on November cash all
city betiutiful. meeting. for on supplies accessories -
-o- 26, south' of Lake Urumia. and : ,
This Week I i iI advanced the next day within forty-
Monday 3 p. m., in church parlor two miles of Teheran. and repair work.
Call the Woman's Missionary Society. Business Second Sunday in Advent. ,
I I The Shah's government, the correspondent
ORLANDO CONCRETE meeting. This is the last meeting I I Sunday school, 9 a. m. I I
says' has been impotent, in
WORKSand of the conference year and! a full 'Mass and sermon, 10 a. m.
the face of German agitators and
attendance is desired. 1 I Triduum, consisting of the Rosary, I
nrmed bands, to out its. !
get figures\ on all classes of conCrete Tuesday 3 p. m., Ladies' Sewing short address, and Benediction, in carry AUTO CO.
order. These 'bands have PALMS
wrk.l'hono'195. Circle. All members urged to b. preparation for the Feast of the Immaculate -i preserve !
amassed at Inpnhnn and Hamiulnn a
present to perfect plans for their Conception of the llleswd
; -101 Long. SI I great quantity of munitions of war.
Christmas sales day. Meeting In the Virgin Mary, 7:30: p. m.
I Have for Prince Firman Firma, the N. Orange Ave. Phone 400
church Mesdames Miller and Tri
pnrlor. Monday-Mass, 7:30: m.J;
I said
I members of the government nre
Walker, hostesses .
duum, 7t30 p. m.TuesdayMass
be In sympathy with Germany, and!
Convinced Tuesday, 7i80 p. m., the official I 7:80: a. m.J, Tri to ( .
the Shah himself It powerless.nunDIM
board will hold Its last monthly business duum, 7i30 p, m. ,:
"YenI said the specialist' M he meeting of the year, a* guestsof I W.dnfltd.-.ut. of the Immaculate

cure stood Yili.I IP* "the sick contractor, "1 fan Col and Mrs. J... L. Giles, on Conception and holy day of otn} I I I ) A imt'Hi) ;

"WU1 will It co.t" asked the sick lake Lucerne. Thd brethren are lit {gallon( Mass 0 a.tnq| MUM 8 .,m.I ---

man fa fitly. Vlted to I'rintthllir wives I Rosnry and Benediction 4 p, m. In building or repairing It I"I'll!!
to remember that 'ill your matcfluUmay .
"NlnAyllve\ dollar.N'You Wednesday, 7l30: m., All serviced, -
welcome to
'will have to shade your pricen p prayer All be purchased. front one ,iiluce,
little," replied" the contractor "I 1 meeting fend church conference \ -. 'thin saving the rash, dUrutint Everything -MMMMMIMMIMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMIMMCORNS .

got A better \hid front the undertaker" Friday at 7i30: p. m., the fourth' CHRISTIAN $('IBNI'ESunday ..: : lit build! M hmiM and I plan'/ andrstimntes :
furnished free See
stood' hU price lilt 11\-
The MwUlM' pat on and IAltt quarterly conference will beheld
and his competitor &trot the Jut Hfhnnl nt ::41M. m. des| anti tet priced.. !Standard' Supply Removed '
W. ire pecU1Utrt In our line of at the church. All official, all !.Serviced At 11 A. m Subject, "(;iod I. '0., Christ building. I 12: .:sJfil

work And Military comlltloni prevail. members Iteporti, from auxiliaries the Only Cause and Creator"
It will hay you to clay on the safetilde. must be submitted at thU conference, PaInless.
Wednesday evening service at 7:45. .
I for Satur-
1 from which reports the pastor will Third floor, corner South OrangeAvenue Specials
make hU annual 1 report to the con
OrlandoSteam and Church Street. Entranceon
ference.PRESBYTERIAN, Church street.UNITARIAN, day and Monday Soft Corns, Cullouse, Bunions reduced, Broken Arch .

--0- treated at my office in the Christ Building, No. 1 East
Rev T. II McConnell, D, P., min- I CHURCH Best Patent Flour, 24 Ibi._----_90c I Central Avenue

DRY CLEANF-RS ister. Corner Central Avenue and West Meal Grits and Scratch Feed

LAUNDERERS Sabbath school at 9:45. A class street. 10 Ibs for____________________25c

W, PHONE 88 has been organized especially for Rev. Eleanor E. Gorden minister <6 pkgs. Matches: for------------25c : Anna Kaeser Grad. Chirop. j

winter residents and visitors. Sunday school at 9:45 Subject of :3 cans V. C. Pork and Beans____25c ,

---- --- ------ Morning service of worship, with the lesson "The Parable of The 3 cans Tomatoes for___________25c

S. Helen Graves I sermon, "Church Confession and Loy Talents." :3 pkgs. Corn Starch for_______ 25c ,>.1 U C ; 1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111The

I alty." A special message for all Morning church service at 11 a. m. 0 rolls Toilet Paper for________25c

Shampooing, Manicuring, Facial Massage church members ,and all who oughtto Subject of sermon, "Jesus and Georgia Table Peaches, per can__lOc
modern hralp scientific treatment principals. My be. ChristianitY-Or the Sermon on the :3 cans Sniders or V. C. Soups for.5c

treatments have given entirely satisfactory I Evening service of praise with Mount and the Divine Creed. California Peaches Pears and Proper Christmas CardIs

results. An electrical body brief pointed sermon on "The World I At the Round Table at 7:30 Mr. Apricots, per can

massage is a wotlerful wil relieve cure for congestion neuralgia and and I Conqueror." I Marcus Fagg will speak. 0 pkgs. Washing Powders for .._25c: engraved to order for your personal use. We have a beautifulline

nervousiroubles. It stimulates every ,. On Wednesday of this week the Unity Circle on Wednesday after : Squash, Strin leans and of samples and have taken several orders during the past
I ____________15c
the and back to : and Succotash per can
organ in body brings ladies will visit all who subscribed for noon. Prayer by Mrs. Whittier
you good circulation. Just try one. week.It to show these beautiful samples even if
for switches of the best quality the carpet fund.Wednesday Ida Garbell.Mr. Honest Weights and Measures is a pleasure you
Pries ;
on aplication. Apointments can evening prayer: service Marcus Fagg, Superintendent of you do not order.

be made by phone 679. Hours 9 to at 7:30. Topic for the meeting, "The the Children's Home in Jacksonville!

12 a. m.1to6p.so. Imperatives of Church Power." In will Fpeak before The Round Table Cash Grocery Co. \v. S. BRANCH,

PARLORSYowellDuckworth addition to a brief talk by Dr. Mc- on Sunday evening at 7:30.
Room No. 1 Orlando. Florida Connell there will be a discussion of I All are welcome to this meeting. I[Telephone 648 7 E. Church St.

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Great BED and Bedding SALE I i


the most successful sale we have ever held in the history of the
their in Our Annual Clearance Sale just
We want to thank our friends and patrons for cooperation making

store and now welcome each and every one to visit our store during the next week of big sacrifices in Iron Beds Brass Beds, Wooden Beds Bed Springs and Mattresses.. We would

or just sightseeing store in which you can do your
store store where receives a cordial reception whether intent on
like to have you feel that this is your -a every one
here is guaranteed when you say it comes from Hand's, you must
shopping without question.' Put the burden on us. It is not necessary that we tell you the merchandfsc you buy "'

bo satisfied or we are not. A store in which service is the upper most thought but not place where you pay cxhorbitant prices for service.

Matti'egses' an Sniugst S [ .I.II a

4"t I ''I I I I1j
I ) 'II I II ;tf .

.i e,, A fortunate contract with the) mattress manufacturer before v I.LEii.iiL'i s

' ".: ,: the advance (in cotton) enable us to sell good cotton ,
""'" :. .
"' r merchants must buy them 1"r" ,5 -
"" mattresses/ ut prices/ our fellow

for. These mattresses are all! guaranteed pure, white i r>r-r, :
r y f
f M t' 7.r- .i 1 i I 1te'

) ), I ll ; long llbivd cotton felt.'o mill'l'l'pillgt, or waste, and '

at those very low prices.

,. $I IIoO \'alue, 2 piece15 I: Ib. Felt Mattress: ( ,,________$15.00

$15.00'nlu 1 piece 50 lb. Felt :Mattress' _______,,,$13.25:

$L.5U! value, 1 piece 15 lb. Felt :Mattress--------$9,93) $20.00 Iron Beds Reduced to _____-_____________$15.00
$15.00: Brass Beds reduced to ________________$33.50:
________________ :
: _
value. 1 piece 45: lb. Felt Mattress----------$8.25 $16.50 Iron Beds reduced $13.23
$35.00: Brass Beds reduced to__________________$ 9.75 $10.00
Iron Beds reduced to____________________$9.50
$ 8.00 Brass! Beds reduced to__________________$23.75: $10.00'alue, 1 piece 45: lb. Felt :Mattress----------$7.50
$10.00 Iron Beds reduced to____________________$7.98
Brass Beds reduced to__________________$15.73
$20.00 I $8.50 value 1 pIeceto lb. Felt Mattress------------$6.0 $8.00 Iron Beds reduced to_____________________$6.98
Brass Beds reduced to__________________$12.50

$12.50$15.00 Brass Beds reduced to__________________$9.00 I $5.00 All Iron Bed Springs for____________________$3.75 $3.50 Iron Beds reduced to_________________-:__$2.75

"Our supply cannot last long at these prices better get yours now



I BOOKCASES "The Home Outfitters" CABINETS

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LATH: TO CLASSIFY"" I r fly the "Life's ,
t At The Churches castor Climaxes"Male '' 'Thd r&su/t ofeay
quartet, "Jesuit KaVlut I'ilutIbti"l41ky
,I'OH HUNT:; Ihree rooms. at .For- Me,," IlJ 1 lJr: (f..s.y1l11 .. HAYNES
ltlP IIIORH.. 'Iluiillt| at .'UlIlIlIlIIIlIIlIt.1:!-fi-lil.| ) !,.IU\'I'I.. : < i: nr MI-PH-/' AMI KOMIA rholr Mini "-"h IPIRtI"t1. v t! .1JtrltIIt!?' fliUhdI4l ,\ ..:, ..
'.I1 .HUNT". MlillltMilMltill : "' I' I ItPPIIiclinn I , !! IIIUW' tilPS r" 41

1f4'l'-\, fldtlllAhheft| InLL: Htlt lnrliltlid 'Hill' I l'IIotl\llI; '
} KpWrtli/ (of IPIUHI III PPtliihpi. Intuit i tftii'u rnih wlio tit? ftN =q.
t i a.(t Its his ela Itt /u/d,I tllll,,"' \\III sill etiI.l it '4I l', JIIII\'$ I:I'Iht' 111'\1. ((C'IIIIIFt'.1I

I'ita Par epII=, "ft..1t ,11"1111111' ..U 'illilah'AI 1 "P''\'h'p lit Pill Hl!1141'11\ +aea Itev, I C!:, Irvine flp"i' fp ant I'lrM" Mctltittliot, iltmili .
fI\Pt)I lhil\\!!', rtt 1114111I11llIu l'u. .1 NutlhUnU'afp tt inuhl \ ehnrl tt,
( avenue I=r;,'=a'==' fp 'I 5'411$11341, 1 iilVllrtUoU la tFthfl'.I| tA hit i ti41..lft. J Ipl'tmt'tf fit tit't'of In-

I t'On .I.-Onlllickan.derrar: .; : &. ('hurrh, 'building will It (' mfoit, My 'tUy in .advent, "UILleI $4'\l(4)'\ ( ." i

IJnderWUUd<< tl'twrHlr, fhl) warm Holy Communion at 7 30 a. m, High ;I
r'4. You
dras+i HQ'i Oler; Ie': 1rtP (I "rllgfAm Mass ftt 10:30: Sunday. school and I Know You Would !

Opening, orchestra, Moonlight children's vespers at 3 p, m. Solemn I
FOR SALK-Very line old violin, A Serenade" (peOoJyear), evensong and sermon at 730 p. m. = Wouldn't you like to drive a car that will throttle down and ;
bargain if sold at Call at 300
once. Anthem, 'SanctusIr.\ , "The Jlible
A P, Curry Subject a Means of Prep-
South street, city. 1252t'FOR : : creep along silently at one mile per hour on high gear?
and full chorus aration for the Second Advent.
3 -and thenWouldn't
Hymn, "From All That Dwell Tuesday. Woman's _
SALE-Fresh cow and calf; 2 Auxiliary at* =
miles south of Orlando, on Pine choir and congregation. 7:30 p. in.Wedntbday. it be
a pleasure to push on the foot throttle and
Castle road. Jas. Horton. 12-5-6t:
Prayer, by the pastor. Evening and
prayer feel the
car pick up and get instantly?
Solo, "Open the Gates of the Tem titan/ at 7:30 n m.Tb.jisJ.iy. away
LOST-Llewellyn and black spots. setter Please dog return, white to pIe," Mrs. W. M. Murphy. I Choir rehearsal at 7:30'p. -sixty and miles speed right hour up? and go as fast as you would care to go, even up to ___
M. M. Smith Christ building, Orlando Scripture reading Psalm 121, re- m. per
'" or Winter artc.. 12-5-3tc sponsively. - Wouldn't
it be exhilarating to drive a car that pulls through
Gloria Patri, choir and congrega- CHRISTIAN AND MISSIONARY
WANTED-About one acre of land, tion. ALLIANCE hub deep in mud? -
close in, with or without improve- -and climbs hills with
turns so sharp that the be slowed
Announcements. car must down
ments. Address M., care Sentinel. 22 West Pine street, every Sunday.
:: and to know that would not have to touch the
12-5-lt Offertory, organ. j I Sunday school at 2 o'clock and you gear shift lever?
Ladies' trio, selected. Misses Mary'I I preaching at 3 p. m. Memorial com- :. -and that the car would glide right along without the least hesitation?
By spending your cash with us you Guernsey and Alta and Eliza Wright. p!munion service first Sunday of the -and do all in perfect silence? -
save 5 cent ,
on suplies
sories, and per upon work. Palms acces-Auto Medley, "Throw Out the Life Line," |{month, following the sermon. Come f = Wouldn't it make feel
Co., North Orange avenue. 1-12-5-2tc orchestra and choir. and bring your friends. you good if you had a car that will
I do more than the other man's-a car that has more snap and life in it
every day in the year?" .
FOR SALE CHEAP-One bay road-
ster mare. Can be seen at Dr.
Richmond's, v. s., 624 West Church Get behind the wheel of a Haynes-drive it, and you will understand -'
street. Call Sunday or Monday. why this car is called"America's Greatest Light Six". -_
12-5-lt* Assorted We Want to Demonstrate This
I Fancy Boxes Car to You

FOR RENT-Large boarding house; J Two MoceU-Three Body Style
also rooms and board; rooms for
Model 31-America"* Greatest "Lifiht e
light fortable.housekeeping. Everything com- :, s Touring Car, 121 wheelbase, weight 2950 lb.. ...... . ... $1385 -
Inquire 416 ,
Margaret street. ;
The Iroquois. 12-5-6t i l\1odcl3-1-The Prettieit Roadster in America-3-pasenger.. $1485
I Oranges Grapefruits Model 35-The Kokomo "Six"7-pasenger Touring Car,
I _- 127 wheelbase weight 3050 Ibt. .. .... ................ $1495
WANTED-Two packing furniture men, china that,understand etc.; also All Pri...f... b.Kolomo. !. one man that is a first class uphol- !j Tangerines Kumquats
sterer. Apply at store early Monday i :
morning.12-5-ltc Oscar Hand & Son. iI I' J. P. HOLBROOF, Dealer


stenographer desired position where ONE DOLLAR DELIVERED TO PARCEL POST
brains, executive
ability hard
work will gain advancement. $100 WINDOW OR EXPRESS OFFICE =-=--: Model 34, Five Pa.t.nger Touring Car, Price $1385 f. o. b, Kokomo, Ind.iL& .
month. Address
per Stenographer,
care Sentinel 12-5-Gtc This Box Will Solve the Problem of Shipping Fresh Florida S ."- 'r( /'

FOR SALK-Five room house with Fruit Direct to Your Northern Friends Y :'''-' ._..
lights, water and 1
pas; cant vide;
goat neighborhood; ten minutes walk ,.
This I.s An
Separate Department and Will
from pontotTire. $800 rush, balance lie
cniy payments. Inquire Montgomery/ Handled by Mrs. Taylor
Smith, piano store. Phone! 315. =
12-C-41 S 3E' 1L _

FOR RALE-Cheap. Incubator,brood- See Her at Dr. Phillips Office =='!
em, coops( thoroughbred. chicken,
and ('hlrk"'hlte Leghorna, Anconafl .
)Rhode Island : wonderful HACK OF JAPANESE IIAZAAII siill111111
Inyern('pulletd, will now laying.burnish 701 West hensor / r//uu",........
Central I annul' 12-0-Ot(

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For Three Days _:=::::SOc For One Month ___._

I FOR RENT-Large pleasant fur
nished rooms, with private family, H R. BERRY!
close in. 302 North Orange avenue. ( L I

I 11-20-3 wksc ._

FOR new RENT-Furnished house; furnace heat,rooms bath, hot in C A complete line of Ford Acces-

cold There will be some
and water.
chilly days.* 405: West street.1130Ct r sories; a staff of expert mechanics FOR SALEA

to render satisfaction in all

RENT-Furnished flat for light I
FOR housekeeping; also large furnished Just lines of Automobile Repair

bed 1 block from center of

e .town. 209 Palmetto street. 11-27-tfc Real Estate I II:Work. Vulcanizing, Oils and fine lot 55 ft. by 130 ft. on

Gasoline and fair and
FOR RLNT-Nicely furnished rooms, I I square
in new modern home; onehalfblock - j I
from Anderson street near St. 1---- prices. S. West St. $2300.
Luke's hospital. Reasonable rates for
FARMLANDS-DROVES the season. 40C Margaret street
10-29-tf\ CLINT

PHONE S7SWeatjifftrton For Nine YearsWe
FOR UENT-Uy the season, month,
or )ear, uhe upstairs Hat for light Street have been in business at the
FOIl SALE: housekeeping' } also other tuuais, and C. A. HOVEY
gauge, elet'trle lights and bath in lu.Mt.*r t* lame location, Corner of South
I auu bast Cutlet; id ave.
YUU HALl: Olt HKNr-lly: owner, a house Apply
hew tnmleni liuntfaluw. With elk 11I.JUY" ==-=- Hand Wood CompanyWood Multi and Church Streets.
luttte l rooms!!, hall, bath, Mini with everyconvenience -- --- -- I
FOIL& IIIINT-ltuuttlsi! niry upelaire '
i'hon 226
make ile I lroMe titltlipitih'p
lu it !; ) ,
1"\1 UealHitile I Itn'itUiiii, hear I lhket.'liplt.kpe bed, fuuiii, 'Ipt'eiilly JhiJ1ttt" I, of All KindtHUII'T
( lArely (uinl hel l, twin nun I'IInUl: Orlando'] ,
; ) |iHt l latter of NV \{l1I1"IIL lulled send lath, AUitvUp kitett' : / /' MtKMCIt.t
Will !I.t i'MiMJilett (gait i14t'aby
vanlhar- .\I hlt\'tt a elk ItUtlt' "uk witii "lilt Pt timing IUUKI :. I'Kwit nnd Garngp
4dUtasa u1 :;OCV.tiln
Imutjttluw wall |dui(tat H ii..O''i''IIt'' rules ;;;
tlt&tI, and H fciimller "'. rice Hill) telllM" tu stilt JitmlMaer +
JlttVK nU salami' fmnuhtnj iouina fur ".IU-Imo@ I L 1 I
rent Ad4r"'>* Ktmtinky Home, 5Ji
Usii, fUlt UKNT-An apaiunent of tournicely I
OilunUo. I'liuiie
I'ulmer street,
I iuriiislietl, toonu, erpurule I
U.IS::.lino* Ten 1111C&ORLANDO
-- ----- bath, hot \suler eletinc lights, gas; Nine Outof
new house, very ilusuabic; aUuiiaoiiiy. I
A $3,500: HAUCAIN ,\Iugllolla ate. 11-lo-tlc
Ten acre young grapefruit grove, I -- -- people will mention the Model if
two and a half in l-cuimtr. new four cottage also
HUt HI'NT-tummcr ; meal
asked where a good<| may
room cottage and l I.alh. gar gchik- I suite ot four loomsvtllt J buds;
en yards und houses; one milts flora I also 3 room Hat for light housekeeping : I he obtained at a reasonable and!
city limits, just otf brick road.! I ; electric lights, bath telejilione, moderate price. And these nine
OWNER P. O. UOX 676 attractive grounds.! fli! per monthup.
11.6-1mc 10 W. Concord! avenue. are right.If .

-- U--8-lmc fed but ten people we
FOR SALE-Dwelling. six rooms Cement Plaster and Lime
practically new nice condition, with FOR UENT-a suites of new lighthousekeeping could not do so at 25c each ; but Agalite

lawn, bearing citrus fruit trees, roses, rooms, with all conveniences hundreds we can ;
and shrubbery; near Lake kola; ; very ; pleaspant neighborhood; we ..... ..,..
desirable location, |'4uou terms near ;oU park; a sunny, "homey" I and do t .. ,,......_ --- :> ,-

Address! "Owner," pox 33: Orlando. #'1ecel14:4 "blocks from pOlitO If Ice, We have made it possible: for I
, FU, .......- U-10 lmoc JjO? Kast; fine street 1l.; '1-(It' i Orlando
i person to live well in
..A.... AMUNKV IAKlm( llowse liAklvillw
FAIT $ 'un n lENT- on coat
Furnished\ H room house, nn brick avenue, newly painted., emUth i room fit R moderate
l+traat', arranged J for light rtpwheIn \ kt'h' and \ Inquire of W, II. tihMrt, Our 25 pent regular find 15
?, H'l|' '....rm Owittr. 10 W 'unfuiil' ova< -..--=----= Tom.- -- .---=rw:: G'7FUI 'tint apttclald tire K't'iil. till the( "I Am Not A Slave To MyKitchen"
tills\ >'i.:ax'! -:am, t IIKNT& =-11..rlf@. Iwo story fur. tlme
lIi-IIIII! iiwal. llIullfirn anHYpiiziehaas
MM l.tJ.O"lt.J"w.\ 'luifl tOllfiull '', tWY JIlJrl'hl'' tWit (Oy) t@rl fresh every 11ft)'.
far Imtiy, (h up, watt) tiipl'l and. ,, Ialnp4|< i, ke from "puslufll'a' : tit/ntH Jaakaurianti
A 'tiNftfMiit\ Afl iiuit'K hmlttf(\ \ W""L atieetr. .I...... A., IIIIJI(.
IWIt rtuulh, Ohtnge nvfiiuc. IlilMtoft 1141141..
> )!! MALM At IIAUIIAIN l'llllNlHttlJl'- ) HOOMrtAUo l uwer OPI' N DAY AND NIOIIT

tit will rent fohiliUlety, furbished, Slit for light hoUdekeepltiKt\ all ton-
hew, modem and .i ttraet ; tlllell :211. East: Jackson ttreeti! -
lirelty lawn and shrub ery', hear Lake hear Methodist church. 12.2 dt* I
Kola: ) two glortci, five roonti bath. - - Mary!) Sunshine findo that her all-gas-kitchen givesher

screened sleeping porch, and summer Full IlKNT-ll UBe on Lakevlewavenue Model Cafe
dining room. Address! Owner, Uox on Lake Adair, newly The the greatest freedom. She does her Christmas shopping without a worry. When
397, or call at 312 llroadway. painted six rooms and bath. Inquire,
iMO-dw-tf of W. II. Stuart, phone lUU' -3 rings. she returns a turn of n valve starts her dinner cooking-even before she takes oft

furnished and unfurnished. Also FOR UENT-Heautiful south room NV. T. ENTIUCAN
some splendid lots. Call and see whatI with kitchenette furnished. Apply LICENSED CONTUACTOU
have to otter before you buy' or owner No. 7 North llughcy street.
rent. Mrs. It. D. Leake, 45 East: Pin, 12-3-31: for

street 108dw.lmo or 312* Uroadway. Phone 179. It HUituMo) KKN'T-: for Large two room"people., with Reason board PAINTING, DECOUATING: ETC.Phone "My Gas Range is my servant-not

tlM,,. All conxenit'Dce.H. Clone in.
FOR SALE Olt TRADE for good :212 I: East Jackson. Phone 401;. 217.Slemons' master""It
automobile, 10 acre tract. 7 acres 12-l-tfc: my
cleared and under fence, fruit trees, 6
house irrigating plant, barn and
room 6 miles from city on brick FOR UENT: -Large airy room, in
road. Address "Trade" care of the new modern! home, every convenience I Millinery requires so little of my time and energy to prepare appetizing meals on my Gas
sentinel Orlando, Fla. 11-18-lmoc unexcelled& for surroundings;
one dexired.-half block Reasonable.jitney bus; Phone kitchenetteif C S2. 'I Range that I can devote myself so much more to the pleasure of making my house a ,
volt SALE-.A good five room house
In fine (condition In good location; Call 10 East; Amelia. 12-4-Ctc<< LADIES HATS truehome.
hot and cold water; three lots; a bars --- -- I
train for quick buyer. Cull at the CIIILDUEN'S HATS I n

Summerlin 11. O.tfc. _ WANTED- -. -- We offer a choice selection of
FOR- SAI.K:_Fine middle home,C'1f'nr.St'e WANTED-To list all kinds of property t.alliu'tlvet Hats at $2.00 $3.00,
J.... I.. Giles. 11-25-tfc for sale or rent. I am having $1.1)0.) $5.00 $0.00.
- - -- menu, applications" for houses, fur- Chlldrens Hats $1.00, $1.50 and up.
FOU SAI.K Large refrigerator and niahrd mitt! unfurnished. 1 will be I
other market fixtures, chenp. JaR L'lml! to lint what you have. Mrs.II. Our styles are so Rood-nnd our ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO
A. Knox. 11-27-tfc. I. II. !Leake, 45 Kant Pine street prices are so reasonable that you will
- Phone 179. lU-8-dw-lmo! find our store the best place In the
FOU 8AU1-Ford touring ('nr, In
p good "hnpe.V.. R. Heck, 401 I W. LOST city for millinery. GAS DEPARTMENT
Central nvrnue. ll-30-Otc
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.OST-Small hen faced watch, bn Stemtms Millinery
FOIt SAtfi.-i'lnytJptnnrt. In pood between !Lnke! Lucerne! and the
paler: ;;0 IrrM itHej hair *h'J"-e. 'mrIre! hotM. Monogratrt U 11. L bnlltturti Sttird

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:ftlhclb! : tlflVlfipililell+ ,hMtltii: t VrtVHp'i Best and Promptest t 6 fames F.a. P -_ -r. J
tnk4a .t.\ij\ tl-r "hit t1 fftass tit H1Ih. M 115Li l IJIJz\N I3UUt4Itl () &:
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nmf.t1. Thrf 'AW ,; ApR! hAH+ -
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jtwqmj' | jlnn t.jrp tfgjstApa \T PMRJSTMAS' HiU] to J prpMd SOUTH" APOPKA CITRUS NURSERIES
hugs, 1 fInrv: P-.rn"j. place
life K\va\ phMtpprmins {jf m a a,;: atFYenel
Atl. J'PIH ")' rp"I'' 1'13: :-- : hi'q. )1113: 1 bforlh; \ Ham, pne block
'north of court house. Hake the appointment BUICK CAR
TWO STOnY rOTTAHK; for sale pr now. Phone. 1 125.
rent; nice and close' in. V- O. HoxJIB. U-23-Imoc I OCOEE FLORIDAAll
I:s-3-set ,
HUINn YOUR Cini.n---I preparing
ron RAU-'ord runabout. In fine We call anywhere at any time
a great display of children's
condition at your own price. Call Want
photos for the fair. every
ttt 14 F.ait: Church street. 12-3-3tc child." No cost to you, >:very child; j I
-- eight years and under negatives made! Gown's Transfer Co
Fort --One Fairbanks two h. n. ,
free on Wednesdays! and Saturdays.
varieties of Orange and
pumping or power engine. Call Howard's Studio MMtf-tf the leading Grapefruit
300 I'illit: South street city *12-3-3t: : -- 201 S. Orange Ave Phone 487

FOU 14A1.F.--Or: -- -will--rent- -to responsible -. Umbrellas "*av r.
parties, one fine billiard table "whil you wAit AX Yoiuie'a Repair
'an U scan at U. K, 1'00Itoom, 207 Shop 21 t:. Pint 8t I prices :: .? :: ::
Kouth: Orange. 12.3-3te: -- Pansy Plants, Rose : JTi
NOTARY PUPLIC, with real I make
PIII A.F:: 1 :: horse wniron, ft sp -| lty of deeds, mortgage, Bushes Petunia: j i
IlrllC'IIC'lIlIv new; price cheap, Al.o lenie contracts etc Price very reaeonabfe ,
son>. rhUkrniiWor Inll"lrll. aC"nrve; Mrs. II. II. Lenke, 4IV Rail Plants i
..|pv' two miles north on Ap .pki" Pine" IItro"I'h n. 17l IMMmoe -
rllll"|, 6r It. It, 2, 1 12:!.4 :tt.I.'on ---.- --- I
TRACT A SOMKUVILLKtern .C..rrt'n. Leave your orders here :

tENT door. and and window cabinet', maker frame., oleeplntfporrhe Screen ,, Send today for Catalog, Description List, and lowest

Oarage.FOU room.ta See NT II.Attractive H. harry, at the busineie 11.114fMOTEL .'Ford. cases' *refrlifpratom,workmen. counter We constantly keep! , ohetvlng alteration n number on, !)hand.how.andnddillona. ofskilled I ..Violet e Dell Florist. prices, to the above .addressIMMMMMMIMimiMIMIMIdMMMMMMIMMf

18 East Church street 12-2-lmo

First"KlNnKUOAHTEN Methodist church primaryroom. : telephone J. M. CARUTHERS ,,
Subscribe for the Sentinel
221, or call 14 East Jackson ,
r:r street 10-20-tfe 10 cents a week delivered. Phone SO*. 401 Smth Lake Si. I. MIMitMMMIMIMMIMMMt?

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'; Mm. S. Delch was called to Mel],
liuui i A bourne yesterday on account of the
illness of her daughter, Mrs W. S

ALWAYsALmT Uhodea Ohio people registered at the San ,

Juan hotel include Mr. and Mrs. F. G.
Austin of Clyde, and Mr. David II.
TO PROTECT THE) James, of Martin's Ferry.

\: SOc. Sunday -dinner at the Astor. for ;.
i t, _
I Messrs. J. S.
Throop and Geo. M.
Swearingen, of Pittsburgh, I'a., are
among the late arrivals in Orlando,
MODERN DAY METHODS and conservative I registering at the San Juan.
old(! time safety are factors that govern "TUf AUTUMN OF LIFE"By

in the management of this hank. Mr. A. McC. Parker nrri\t in Or-
Now, just as they always have-for prO lurxlo/ yesterday from ..\lI"ntllwn.I 1'ji.,
grest'. I and in spending| today in the city, Htruvrt I _
lit them; Juan.Savings .
Tlio) State Hank is a commercial bank :

I, having the ivxonrcos''', connection and rx- checks :"'0 gold| JIM r..1,1.l : (; saving a definite
; ,
jM'riVnro fur the Auk for them whenever l 1'11\ +
) tH-ccsxary surer ;pfoh'I'J J you :i n> J
I tion of i I thing! II I II J (t.'
its IciwHitnrt/ intcivsts. Successful ; amount each week. We

I I conmicrcial activity: i in largely dependent I Mr. John A. :.:tI..1, \\ln) sprit
upon banking service and the cooperation lat.. winter in Orlando, rctuinod yesterday i. have several plans. Let

of a strong bank is an important coming from Pittsburgh, I I'a., them
I business asset.irgc.st for another Fcawon's: sojourn. x us explain

I.- Hank Between Jacksonville and :Mr. C. P. Whipple who has been I
Tampa. coming to Orlando for a number of -
years, arrived yesterday from ing- ,
hamton, N. Y. :
THESTATE The Peoples National Bank"It
Ride Hamrick's jitney bus 5c. :
BANK I j 18-18-tf :
Is A Pleasure To Serve You'
OF Capt. J. E. DeVig, one of Gotha's :
staunch and popular citizens, spent .
ORLANDO yesterday in Orlando greeting friends :
and looking after business matters.
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Lowe arrivedin
.Je Orlando last evening over the
Coast Line, coming from Pittsburgh,
Pa. They are happily located at the
;; New Lucerne hotel. .

Fish and oysters received daily.
II. M. Self & Co. 1-10-6-tfc 11111111111111111111111111111111111111111.11.11111111111'1
1'1111111'1'lllil" ,
Mrs. W. S. Fry, after a visit of
JP PI DOLOROOK several! days to her daughter Mrs. .iMoctiiiiiriiiiittiittr .. .... '. . ....'.. ,...,. '
T. 11. tiiltesple at the St. Charles hotel I
HAYNES DealerHUPPEL I left yesterday aftertioori fof her :
home in Patatka.Mfi .

HUPMOBIL N E B BROS R 0 S I have ttfld" Mrs.=C. Id Ifettlphlll, wha .
been pjiehilirit' ? the! summer inIjttufotille
Service Ky.i have returned to Or= JUST RECEIVEDSome i
l taiitjt) and fife again yeeuwms$ their
winter hume at I hairvilta.'
savings ehepks! are tto {plad AS rash of those reliable STUDEBAKERS i
40 HorsePower
in the eavwffs (ilepdrtment of the ,
-- I'flppleii National Hank, 11.1 JttI
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Touring Cars
I Miss Helen Irish, an attractive
young lady from Luke George, NV,, .
I has arrived in Orlando to spend the $960.00 f. o. b. Orlando.
winter and is the guest of Mr. and
Mrs. C. A. Hovey at their home, 417
West street,

Ride Hamrick's jitney bus, 5c.1818tf .

Mrs. T. A. Yancey, Jr., and inter- San Juan Garage Company j
esting little daughter Margaret r
New Ford Home Belle, left yesterday afternoon for
Birmingham Ala., where they will
... Now Open visit relatives until after the Christmas Orlando-Daytona '
holidays.The : a,.
209.11 South Orange Avenue .. .
women of the Cathedral Guild .
Telephone 386ISNew will hold their annual bazar at the ,
Chapter House, December tUn. ,,

1916Fords Mr. and Mr. C. D. Shoemaker and ..1..
ulster, and Mr. and Mrs. Smith were
among the arrivals in Orlando last
on the road. Place your order now, evening over the Coast Line, coming MIMMMMMMMMMMMMIMMMIIMMMMIMMMMMiMIMMMMIMMMCIMMWho
and avoid disappointment."Make from Fontana, Wis. They have secured -

this Ford Home Your Ford Home." I II Lucerne pleasant hotel for accommodations the winter. at the : Will Be Your Executor? I

F. G. RUSH Blanchard Moore's great lecture on
Russia Siberia and Count Tolstoi ANSWER NO.2
Saturday night, opera hou c. Ticketsat
I Your estate be materially impaired as a
Allen's jewelry store 25c. and 35c. may
J Jt. l1223tMr. or direct trustee.result of the appointment of an executor .

W. D. Costello, of Kingston y
When an individual is appointed-
N. Y., was among the arrivals in Or-
. II 11111111 . 11111 I . I . lando yesterday afternoon. This is The financial responsibility is generally weaker.It .
1111111111111111111111. his first visit to this section
and he
is usually provided in wills that the person
is here for the purpose of lookingover .
nominated to serve as "cutor shall be excused
THE NEWEST DESIGNS : the country with the view of from giving bonds
IN SILVERWARE : locating.
JEWELRY When surety bonds are supplied, it is at the ex- -\4 a
AND NOVELTIES RIDE in Hamrick's Jitney Bus one pense of the estate and then only partial security -
hour. 12 miles for Sue. 8-28-tfc against loss is provided.
Heing constantly: in touch with the leading silversmithsand
When a Trust Company is seleded-
jeweler-craftsmen of the country, our stock is always Mr. Louis Lartigue arrived in Or
keeping pace with the latest style in silverware, rings, lando yesterday afternoon from The positive advantage of strong financial responsibility
bracelets etc.When Gainesville, to visit his brother, Mr. is secured.
new and beautiful designs are created we are Charles Lartigue. "Louis," as he is A bond which has behind it the entire financial
among the first stores in the country to show them. You known by many friends spent his strength of the Institution is always tiled with
never buy out-of-date articles here. boyhood days here but this is his the Probate Court .t ton moat to the estate.
Our displays for Christmas will interest you. There first visit in fifteen years.
Answer No.3 will
appear in a subsequent Issue
nre some' and
very new very beautiful no\'elties-some-
of this
thing to please everyone to whom you want to give. Come Mr. J. O. Collins, one of prosperous newspaper
early and choose while the wide assortment otTers the Taft's representative! citizens
best opportunity.. was among the visitors to the county Come in any time and freely ask for further 4
You'll not be disappointed at this store. We see to metropolis yesterday! and while here information on this Vitally important subject
that. found time to pay his respects to this You are always welcome, ahd our officr-i ate always ->
office and renew his allegiance to Ot* glad to advise.
aripc county's old reliable* South hot&

Ida Sentinel.T -- ., The Orlando Bank
& Trust Company
T. H. EVANSJEWELER ouetdes13IetIIosIi1r

&, nl'lIlIdIlU( Orlando Florida

O U;(tI'ATIIAt'trror ) -
tfifksvill"'nal fHM\iHi, Me.S finder (lit tmIt Capltal,:Surp1u and Profto $141,000,00,

r ItiJ PFftne A-, at4ty' r"!fI J

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