Title: The morning sentinel
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079945/00581
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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 8, 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: VID00581
Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 34297093
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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Standard Oil Steamer, "Com- I' GERMANY SEEMS CERTAIN

munipaw," Sunk in Med j
iterraneanAustrianWarships -----

London, Dec. 7.-Reports from Berlin NATIONAL DEFENSE IN OPINION OF I Is Seized ByBritain VON 1AIEN CASES
with the' main Serbian
the AustroGermantlulgarianarmies army disposedof U Ut S GUIlTY OF 1UNFRIEND1YAC1i'Y '

will now direct their attention TO Y THE MA TTERW AS fUllY D $ [ ,
to the' )French and ttritish( forces In'' ..
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'I he tliu llitnio of w'hiGh was prGllaredness' the city will 11 the harbor of Montevideo namk-'d, according to
'uq'tlluc (!trnrriituii bent u 1 place a ) ", information to-
torpedo bout to the league I liut dy (lie by the United States to defend{ not of mutual benefit to ( ) { capacity t thing u Kriti:.h Hag lIiiht from authoritative. German. .-. -----.
lime the war Itlibt:1 hail urijyed only only |its own independence, !but the ange county. The I sources.
wreckage was to be found I rights of those with whom it has vorable' to a proposition :; WKIir VOT 11'.tSIiEt)111'1' The decision of this governmentwas
made common cause. The message city of Orlando should 44 MAI'-I'HOIOGKAI'IIS conveyed to Germany today by
Standard Oil Steamer Hunk was read by the president to the sen- this property, and the I'UOIT Secretary Lansing after it had been
Rome, Iec. 7.-The American em ate and house assembled in joint ses- was the price which the approved by the president.
bassy j*as been informed that the sion in the chamber of the house. pay the county for this Howard editor of the Orange Despite the expressed facts by the
Stand id Oil steamer Comunipaw has' I Every recommendation embodied in suggested by M. O. Citizen, and a photographer, 'I department that Germany must re-
been the document had to do with comprehensive ident of the Board took several cede from its demand
torpedoed and sunk in the Med large pictures t for evidence,
iterranean. |' plans for strengthening the matter be considered for brick highways, particularly in German sources tonight asserted that
national defense. The program includes and that action be taken I slightly injured by heavy : unless the demand was met the out-
Sweeping Adriatic Sea : the army and navy plans already meeting. I few weeks ago. The points come will be:

Vienna, Dec. 7.-Austrian warships 1 made public by Secretaries The meeting was :' were on the Apopka road and 1! First, diplomatic relations will be
have begun sweeping the Adriatic sea Garrison and Daniels; legislation for inent residents from road. Mr. Howard took severed and Ambassador Gerard at

of Italian ships engaged in transporting government-owned merchant ships; a from all portions of I from the exact spot Berlin and Ambassador Von Bern-
arms and ammunition to the Al rural credit taw; the Philippine and It was a representative Editor Woods, of Eustis, storff at Washington will be recalled
bania coast for the relief of the Serb Porto Rico bills which failed of final and nearly every section : I pictures of the damage from their posts.
ians. Six steamers, one fast motorboat passage at the last session; conservation ty was represented. I[ by Providence some weeks'I Second, Germany will resume its
and several sailing vessels have legislation; a law giving federal talks were made and of ] submarine warfare without regard to
been sunk. aid to industrial and vocational marks made there was 4)E'! roads are repaired, and American lives or commerce.
education; and the creation of a com- objection to the city with the same brick that I Third the situation might force a

TO ATTEND ASSESSORS MEETING tation mission to inquire into the transpor- lot. The only objection before the rain came-some- declaration of war by this country
problem. that $15.000 was too I i', can not be said of sand against Germany.
Naturalized and.native born Americans for the property. 4)J 'I roads. The photographs will'' Administration officials rf>itprtpt_ _
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Tax Assessor Arthur Butt left yesterday who, sympathizing with bellig- the concensus of opinion I at the Central Florida their view tonight that this government -
erents abroad
afternoon over the Atlantic plotted and con- should be sold to the city Association meeting at will stand firm in its demandsfor
Ccast Line for Jacksonville to attend spired to violate their own country's an individual or tomorrow, when absolute the recall of the two attaches and
the meeting of the Florida Associa- neutrality, were scathingly denounced though the price should convince the skeptic that will adhere strictly to its usual methods -
tion of Tax Assessors and County by the president, and congress was lower. county roads were not washed to acquaint Germany with the
Commissioners. This meeting will beheld urged to provide adequate federal City Commissioner face of the earth. i j evidence upon which the demand is
laws to deal with such offenders.
in the Seminole hotel, commenc- the jail property should be i I based.
ing at 10 o'clock this morning. lie :I Internal Taxation city because it would be !! AT THE GUAM ,'I A rejoinder setting forth Get-
was accompanied by Mrs. Butt and Internal taxation was proposed as advantage, to the city ; I *"*" i i man)' attitude toward this government
Son, Thomas. One of the important I the means of providing the money that the county had b ratn at the Grand tonight because of the fiat refusal of
matters to be discussed at the meet i necessary to add to the naval and property to the city than I J be one ct the strongest and ltd demand id expected not much

ing! end one which will cause ho little imllitray establishment Sources of some individual\ ', and i Bern in any picture theatre later than Saturday ax the foreign
debate, will be that of equalisingthe ;I taxation suggested! were incomes, planned) to erect on the lot city. William l'ox' presents (office! at Merlin It ,IK, understood+l has
rate of valuation of property andA gasoline, Milt hit, automobiles and Internal for public purpose!! I IJnll tternard, and Wm. Ilergen In decided upon' ltd rourM

uniform rate of taxation, which It l explosion engines, fabricatedIron I,, Giles declared ( I I I Gypsy," B masterpiece\ fIr I Authentic advice' which Indicate
I h' imierntood t ha" not been lived up to anti steel, and A stamp tax on' should have the lot by ell ; 1 i ( " craftsmanship/ barb: i I Germany: I U smarting, under (the direct
In the past by, the various found In i lank check Extension of the war It WR of fw value an pee A feature" The manage! j I Impression" t that this government hai'wmmlttetl
the state, I revenue I bill and' continuance of (the site, or little value: a* a | spared' neither.time nor "*n unfriendly net" 'In n>'
present tariff on sugar were reeommended tlon, ,bul\ of 'inestimable" making the Grand theatre I I! questing| the withdrawal af Iloy.Kd:.
NTATi,", :: H-\NK (lIVINtt( AWAV ATIHArilVi 1, anti the ale pf l onds' pp city for public' \ the most popular' place of and Von PAJ1t1n. and for hat reason

;: C'AI.KMiAUH: (poied It. II IMckion ryrf1ftll'l.Averted tn Orlando, no (prolonged diplomatic (parley ,U ?*,
This message! was the 'longest Mr. I (peeled'
county official' should' net
The State Hank nf Orlando I I.* the I \\1111111\! has" ever delivered to congreia. able trice the N MKITTIMI:":: AMI) HO. -
|Ut Orlando hank or l utnen jinn to it to the city unnn, l I or' ,HKMOII: ) CI..\'$ or.. "$AII'AIIIINii". : I'u tic\'
route out with an attractive calendar I niiriHT( niuiiT! INi t11.NNION. / Mr. llnwthorne, of Hf, 'I.tlhIr, : "$.
for the ChrUtmaa If RIO II, The calen- |i I Circuit court roiuened t yesterday ernl other residents of I New OrleanM KPT) ?,-A policy ofmtfe
data' IMP IH", .L'O) Inched and depict nfanuiiu and' the usual! formalities Were carried hetletml' that the city I Chapter llnu! e last! hltfht at farming Is. tn 'be carried) nut by
tilt)hue scene, "1 he World'. nut although no casea ensue to property.Jftn. the Hehlor class fIt Ht.I I i the "bankers! in the cotton .states! de
illnliwii).," as painted by that noted tilab Iheie will be Beteral) lntere t ting ti. liles' Interjected \)' school. held' their t tt'Jfo i mntidlntf an Htfrpenipnl from the
aitlsl J, J. McAullllV, A two-masted cases t today.A meht Hint he believed. ( t I )' I businesa and' "cll\' farmers! tn whim' they Ipiid' money
milling ship ,Is I being I tiis! ed' about 1 by_ be an "... ttt'l1li price." I tithe the (ilrinter shall rill.a n Milfuflfht
the mighty! "billows Mild nits t'Hll hilnii Mrtj J, II. \ t ) I "'- - I nwotint hf fmnhtuffs. l '! Id 't'p.II.I.l .
=l hear the. rnrtf lit the lnstPtinU4The ) BOOSTERS lEAVE AT 8 A M Mprtngs. also! MtPlhnietP belleed } \ t faintly amt' hveototk in ndditinn"' to

6eenn. rftleltdftrfl Will snake exilt "hlluI.I m\n the l lot tint :\ , t PARK WHITE WAY IS the cotton rriip' Hwih' wise (the .epee
,'pl1".t. |- I UtCri for" (nullllljf., &fon.1 l r.f the Vinfereme of t'f HQn ktatos
It price and shoe
FOR GAINESVillE tic l IlanVers which formally
l / flrgl\nlJt11 l
section would I
'i'inviAiinu; ; : i agree\ that J BY CITY here this afternoon.The .
==a was a fair l one, and that the conference
t'IMM.u Wednesday\ rain and fresh larger! delegation, ( than expected' Orlando needed' was a / j + I large number of hankers was attended I by A
: of All the
east iii going to line up at 8 o.t'\od\ (hi* Judge Cheney 1410 } the city council yesterday cotton producing states, and Chicago
I mnrnino in front nf the Ran.-T Joan_ __.. ilft.OOO was a fair and good { motion that the Orlando St. Louis, and 1 New York. .,
s> s> + 4> s> s> s> s> > > > sV4s > + hotel to make the trip to Gainesville I the property, Light company be author ferenee will be The con
8T, LOl'IS' 1916 f : () ('ontroIIest by an eI-
DKMOCIIATIC .* and attend the quarterly meeting of County Commissioner a certain amount of ecutive council composed of a chairman
eON'YEWIOV) the Central Florida was taken for the -
Highway Asso Winter Garden, said I crea- j secretary and treasurer, vice-
ITWashington- CITY'I I-ciation.' Judge J, M. Cheney, C. B. have the property if the Way system of ilium- I chairman for each of the cotton
+ Dec. 7. p Robinson, Jas. 1.. Giles, and S. S. and terms could be made Eola park. There will be '' states, the presidents of state bank-
+ "aa tonight selected as the 1916 + Griffin in addition to others named agreeable to everybody.S. I light posts similar to ers' associations of Southern
+ contention city by the Demo-Iin, yesterday's Sentinel, have signified S. Griffin declared that I I Lake Lucerne, and be- with state and federal states,
+ eratic national committee in ses4 p their intention of attending the meet- erty had decreased in months pass it is expected commissioners of agricultural
I agriculture, and
+ lion here. + ing. ularly as a residential I pretty citY! park and lake members of regional bank boards
+ June 11 was fixed as the date + After reading the Sentinel there is within the past ninety days by a beautiful White honorary members.Joe as
+ of the contention. + i''still plenty of time to eat jour break- of business houses which j. Hirsch, of
4The fiat ballot showed: St!' + :; fast, crank your car, and be at the erected in close proximity received several appli- Texas, was elected Corpus Christi!,
+ Louis, 26; Dallas U; Chicago. + San Juan hotel to join the rest of the J. C. Palmer, of I the position of paid sec- l' head Wright, of Little chairman Rock; More-
+ 12. + good roads boosters. If ; provided for under the secre-
you can't go Louis Koehne, of Gotha !! tary; O. E. Newton, of Jackson, Miss
+ The Texans mov make + ho Gainesville be hand by the special I
ood to on to greet the favored the plan; and that '' pub- treasurer.
+ the vote unanimous for St. Louis + 1 other boosters who are coming munity would support it. i: committees. A relief man
+ which was at the fire I
' + through from Kissimmee, County Commissioner A. department I Come and for
I see us that Xmas
+ + + + .
u + donf't tCL + + + + Lakeland, and points south. (Continued on page ) J i ) Council then ad present. We have many nice things

as usuaL Curtis &: O'NeaL

t .

-- -
---- DAILY given the greatest impetus to marine I 1913; FORD RUNABOUT

interest in the United States knownfor
Sentinel Original cost. f.o. b. Orlando._$490.00
South a hundred years. Every shipyard North East starting and lighting !; -
NIORNJNG AND WEEkLY in Europe is working feverishly system _____uu______ 100.00 SOAPMADE
*, ti. GI.F.NN .... . .. ,... ... .Edlt.t and shipyard in the United Shock' absorbers _________--_ lfi.00 CASTILE
W T FSSISIlTO'r' ttntlnrM M.n.c.tEn1..M every ahead for four Seat covers ________________ 12/.0
" States Is booked ______ 2100: \
...tnffl. *t Orlando! Hot14 'olnted" radiator uuu
) the *
at tx
*. .. R'cnhd Cl*>.. Mall M. wRAtfcfi. )tears, lly the law of neutrality theL'hittti Thief piouf lurk _____ nu- :1.rU
Plates cahhot build Veels
Et'Hacltll'IaUM Total ___ ___ Tntt.nn FROM
but fhe has built l't u. u -
.. 18.M for Mlgeretitp
h l1 | Jwf t... . !" .. l.Itl! I uiihis tHivt I h obit sIt hmhlltCiHnt mil
;: ; tlht'thith liftveitpft
fell, *,,. 5 MnM t.. .. . ...::.......1& "'" IIMIs tiltH.h f> von Bive hie ih t-tt\1"\!'\ %' pees "Hptir
'Ash.n 't Mshth . . .: : .::;:::::: .811 i II fttil' H'tfPtltPt-' l III* (the tarn, "fMl'ltllPftti '""ttlill tare t=! \ toltkf 1 -tteAhhlt'i

. . "..1I1tAU. I i rtltil site hd<* I'Uiit' other PURE OLIVE OIL 4
t'tollf : :
14r,61t" tt'IIIIt'11I With nil) l llt ileliveml after ,. ; 'I III IWIIIIII'In ; '
MhofhlllYA: 1"t'AUhU I Ih the WrtF 'I 1l11q i I jq "OmHltHtg\ Uirtt Itrto
but ttrtj' pi.eil' bine", ? }biH: The m- I'tanninijF' JOHF 1'ijjlttil, fflmJiHI f

Tttt4 Allv$ NTI All+t1' ftttllli: 'Ii| evident in the United. Plates t the'hjnk.of p uat: pf the.hnek PAI veneeF with trend: IMI'OUTKn) ) OMVK OH (WANT( , , , , , , , ,Wc

ff" tar' Mipkr h htitdcd''' .11 Iq ..,11"Ill. t"I4-a.4 Nary flblimi4111i fat }\\Iti) Pea power .my of buying all mat ruts front onefirm. IMl'OHTKl OLIVE OIL IMNT , , " " ,.'I5p
,*>:.ni.f U t(k."HUM tt*M M ts.l* l a./ .l l.t.t \|IMR ;. :. atan.ts: o' as the Dominant factor Pf Consider the investment as well l.Ml'OHTEl 1 ( ) OUVK OIL h PINT . It It II II .2le
/*. 4f bcwru f.,f''*.'...nli..i| TMt/ rw1.I ppA M IrIa .a the war- Whether that sea power is as the other will side help of your" house Cook, andour & Tilde CASTH.K 8QU LM. " , . . . . . ,.5-=
M chMfM b..aricrl..u.c.4: :: ; : J of service you
riabb .M will -t* as great a menace to the freedom Co., Christ building .M2-4-4tc
8uUcrtb.n: -dialrinf fh S.nUn.l dtkcon- the seas of the world! as the piracy

need hou4 notify tbs. oth uRicc,rwi m, writing it" will onb b. of a submarine war-remains for the ONE POUND OF THIS CASTILE SOAP WILL MAKE 5.10c CAKES. CALL UP TODAY -
|ontmuvd* UU of II ipirttion.,be rell""lar mUcriptun. r.U*, world to say.-From "What Sea Power Will Sacrifice AND LET US SEND YOU A SUPPLY.
ntil nolle* to top U r.etl>t4T Means to England," by A. C. Laut,
..... UWEINESlA1'
.U,fc i>f N fc-r Reviewsfor
in the American Review
DECEMBER 8. 1915. December. 10,000

All roads lead to Gainesville today CONTRIBUTE TO SENTINEL

Dig good roads meeting on. SANTA CLAUS FUND GUARANTEED TREES StoreJ.

o In today's paper on page 1, we are City Drug

Now that congres ia in session we printing an announcement of a "Sen AH True To Name

shall cut out the foreign war news. tlnel Santa Claus Fund." The lint 5 to 7 foot trees I.. DEAN, Proprietor Orlando Florida
o ,will gradually grow and by the time
If some citizen wishes to Immortal.Izo ChrUtmu arrives it should be of conMidvruhle !>0e EACH I 1

himself let him ,come forth with length. Donation mire defired. All leading, varieties budded, on
a trcutlittt on "Why does II school !boy Many |1't'ul.It' If they will fun
Hour" and grapefruit roots: from I FOR SALE! .
ilitfth in front of uti uutotnoliilc. vive IltIIfltl hill to t this fund, it* everylittlul
_0-- bit help In thin kind of work. known t4tock.Conway. HERE YOU ARE"One [ I
( I My J residence, corner north orange second floor Lot lf I fret f'ont on
With that l billion dollar estimate The Sentinel Santa "laun Fund wasoutlimd i nod Robinson n\cnuc, containing Orange ntcnue. (irnumU attractively
nuked of congress It ,loei n't look ns to the Hours of Governor of Nursery hundred and sixty acres located Library I Itjccntion{ Room: Pen. Srwing arranged, and sprayed by underground 1
though little Orlando would get the the Orlando Associated Charities yesterday it. T. PEEL I Itoom, Dining. Room, Kitchen system. I
on public road, one mile from Pantry, Grocery: Uoom. Lavatory all Large garage and log cabin piny-
extra ,. ,. ., asked for a government afternoon. The Sentinel will
- Orlando K It I. overlooking a on first floor, with bath and a Bleeping house etc. Will sell furnished or un
building. receive nil money and turn it over to churches ROll apartment with eleven windows furnished.
The Hoardof clear water lake. This! and 11-7-lm
----0--------- the Associated Charities. -- beautiful and seven closets storage room on

The vegetable:: seeds deluge has.tarted. Governors of this organization ac- WIVES, MOTHERS, DAUGHTERS : tract l is well timbered with pine tim- CHARLES P. DOW

\. All the solons are franking .nted with thanks the plan as out- SWEETHEARTS[ ber and will cut 300,000 feet of lum
seeds to the constituents back home. tined and will distribute the money in the '
soil is 'well suited to
Well, they have to do something to the form of groceries, clothing, fuel CHRISTMAS IS ber.
made the folks think they are really ,etc., to all worthy people who may be Crowing; of citrus fruit, trucking and

working.A in distress. Be a "Goodfellow" and COMING: general farming.

o I I subscribe to the Sentinel Santa Claus i This is an ideal location for any
man from DeFuniak Springs Fund. Watch the list grow. Buy the "Men" a Box of opportunity.
who apreciates
nan Dnion :Sets!
writes an Orlando man to know if we o I .

have cold weather here, if a newspa- TIlE FLORIDA EDUCATIONAL NEW SOUTHCigars $1500.00F
per is printed here if the mosquitoesare ASSOCIATION FOR 1913; Price
bad, if it is high and dry, if etc., AT TALLAHASSEE
etc. For the benefit of this man and
White Bermudas only-
Just a few for late planting-
any others in Florida we should like A great many inducements are offered

to state that all trains stop here.o to teachers and school officers F AI Wallace Really Co Get yours before they are all gone.

to atetnd the Florida Educational Association ,?>.. t- -- ,.
At the Orlando Board of Trade to be held in Tallahassee
meeting Monday night it was remarked December 28-30. This conventionhas A Smoke That Will Put ThemIn Room 3 Arcade
that the Orlando-Winter Park a maximum attendance of eight Produce Co. *
Good Humor For 1916. Phone 117 Orlando Seed &
but a
road would be eventually hundred and on this occasion efforts!
an extension of Orange avenue. What I are being made to interest the entire -
about the Orlando-Pine Castle road? body to be present. 206 S. Orange Ave. Phone 166

Houses are springing up along this Since the meeting is held during

route every few hundred feet. Same the holidays, it gives every teacherthe Grove for Sale!
condition on the Conway road, too. time to come; and surely a two

Orlando will have a hard time covering !I days session devoted to intellectual 80 acre Lakcsite, 35 acres in Grove; 2200 fine bearing
her little chicks in the next few and professional!' interests will give budded trees; 300: Seedlings Close to brick road and FORAGE GROCERY CO.

Jears.KAMI. inspiration to every teacher. town.

--0- The railroads have granted reduced House, llnrna, Outbuildings. 'LA. ROUND STEAK, per pound . . . . . . . . . . 17c
: IWltHl'nrl'llh ; rates from nit parts of the state to SALE (.'LA. LOIN AND POUTER. HOUSE( per pound . . . . . . .17e'
of cigarette-smoking boy the Capital City; and very renoon- Big SACRIFICE for QUICK (IIITK ROAST 1"1.0IUU'I't'r( pound . . . . . . . . lOc
In )Vn"nrola have caused l t the nrrppt I I able' rates of tenth mine to two and n EXCLUSIVE I f SALE: (''MUCK STI'1"I.OItIU.: ) ).\, per pound . . . . . . . . .12I" ic

of settlers there \\lmlnlntpil the : httlf ilrillttr n ility for board hatebeen 11.111':1:1: ; -' STI'a: ;I IH.UM.N. . for . " . . . . . . . ., 'jr:)c
Mwt Inw which" ftirUiU t the belling, I nmttigrd' for ,by the local runt I"I.UJUUPUUI\ HAMS. \\ hoU, per pound , . . . . . ,Lie I:

of Jjru'Htps! or nmtrrlitt. for their //lilt It'tt. The. 1.1'111luh.I has befit ft*- Orlando Real Estate Co. II.CUUUIUJUi (CHOPS, per pound . . . . . . . . 15c:
IlltiJ.- l to II'I'ii1I111l'r Ufitly-one Irctal' for lipittl'iututpfs' ,'\ nod' | the State LORIDA I PORK: ) $TU1%', per J Hi. II . . . . . II II WiCWIISTKKN
ytnts of ttk'e. In Mlttml\ lioya' get the Culhge for Women "lisa arranged to K.: II. UltAluta'.t : : PORK CHOPS, 2 poundfor . . . . . . . 45e#
cnliln.larks without protect l from anyono take of three' hundred' persona' IlLOCK PHONE 501: ) I . 15cMOILED ,
care 12 WATKIN8 SLICED IIAM. 2 pound tor . " , . . . . . "
oiufrnetl.-Miami' Metropolis\ at one and a half dollars" per day ': HAM, per pound . . . . . . . . . . . .35c

.- The program shows great deal of HENS. LIVE':, per pound . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20c '
11EI.IEVES HTATK CENSUS splendid work on the part of Prof. .. . . . . .iMMMMMIIIIMIIMMIMIIIChristmas . . . . .1..1 S IOJ\EU COUNTRY SAUSAGE, per pound . . . . . . .20c
I It
STRONGLY INCORRECTFrom Charles M. Jones, of Lakeland;
practically every city and gives a number of questions of vita
town IP the Ftate comes assertions of interest to the schools of the state; C Cards and Booklets I II

tho many that in no instance were and the names of many of the leadingeducators :. -
their homes opproached by an census- of Florida who will give A.B.COOK&GOMBTO

taker. These cases are not rare instances addresses. The special lecturer for Exquisite selection(from Ic. up). Also Souvenirs :
in try community. They are the occasion is Dr. Harry Clark of: Novelties Toys, Japanese Novelties, Stationery, 1A' CHRIST BUILDING : ORLANDO .
common; tl.) common to give any the University of Tennessee. He is and Magazines.
stabi'ity tc the returns given by the i a graduate of Yale, and has had lib- : safely for our
"official." At least fifty in the public school AS AGENTS, we invest money
state as eral experience W. Church St.
homes in this city may be cited as systems of the southern country. : & Hill 22 customers; manage their real and personal
evidence that there was much dereliction The fact that Tallahassee is the : f I i ONE BLOCK EAST A. C. L. DEPOT : : property; look after their taxes and other obligations

in the duties devolving upon capital, with its many departmentsof dividends.
rentals interest
the min who was supposed to secure state government, will induce .II collecting ,

the census of every family-and secure many people to visit the place at this ----
that information from the head time. The State College for Women, --- ------ --------- INCOME INVESTMENTS, Mortgages and Bonds

of the family. There is wellsupported the Leon county high school, the city

belief that the population of every and the county, are all combining STORE
community has been much underrated their efforts to make the associationa PURE FOOD BUILDING MATERIALSAND
because of inefficiency! of the of- profitable and happy occasion. Be-

ficials required to obtain figures-accurate sides the regular routine program,
figures.-Palm Beach Post. several delightful forms of entertainment GroceriesWe CONSTRUCTIONWe

---o-- are planned. It will pay anyone

SEA POWER THE I to attend this association for and Jmeans Have Line of Dependable Goods. Our Prices Are In
one's professional
FACTORThe much in I a '
time and worry on your
raids of commerce destroyersand social work. Line. Call or Phone Your Order can save you money
Our clients are satisfied.
building operations.
the duels of armed merchantmenare \
thrillingas An ad in the morning Sentinelis i I W. Church St. -
a story by themselves i I II Phone 203 No. 8 --- - -- -----
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investment. --
safe -
any old-war tale of corsair and a ---- -

pirate. The great Fairer Wilhelmder -- -
Grosse went down in one of these 'I \ -

duels. Sixty armed merchantmen ella J lit
is p 1111 II 11111 H .
chased the German commerce raidersoff ,

the seas. The Emden had sunk I CorsetsNot If You Do Not Believe
British merchantmen before -
se\enteen ,
she was caught.; Another Ger- I ( sold in stores) The Way We Maintain Quality .

man commerce raider-the Karlsruhehad \ Wear a Corset made to fit you. : that the Chalmers has power like a locomotive and rides
sunk seventeen Britishessels.. demonstration.Send '
We WILL not let our feeds get old. We have some sweet call for demonstration at' !4 E.
Her end like the Audacious is a great postcard to : like a parlor car, just a

mystery. The other German raiders I' feed that is still new, but for fear it may get OLD we Church street, or phone 223.
interned at Newport News. Mrs. Van Buskirk
Reading of these raids and counter will close it out at $1.60 per sack. There are only a few
raids and duels of armed corsairs on
the high seas, it is hard to realize 30S Magnolia Ave. Orlando sacks. .

this is the twentieth and not the fourteenth -- -- --- CHALMERS MOTOR CAR CO.
century; but it is not hard to .
know what the Fleet is doing. The W. T. ENTRICANLICENSED

one thing that stands out in the fear- I CONTRACTORfor The Co-Opertive Produce Co. Freeman V. D. Phillips Mgr
ful war is that while the land fighting ,
may be a draw in which each W. S. DeWItt, Mgr. No. 10 E. Church St. PHONE 447 j 14 EAST CHURCH STREET. HONE %21THE
side bleeds slowly to death, sea power PAINTING DECORATING ETC. i .1
remains what it has always been,-
the deciding factor. The war has Phone 217. .IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIILIIIIIII.I..1

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

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


j. XMAS KID GLOVES Gift Suggestions In Leather HOLIDAY SHOWING

New Line Hand lings!-The very latest styles, double and
Two Clmp Kid Cloven! In Black, Tan, Brown and White ninjlu strap handles All fitted, of the Blouses of the Hour

$1.25 and $2.00 $1.25 and $1.50 Hundreds of exquisite models makes our blouse section the

most attractive spot in the"Big Store."
Large Assortment Hand Bags-Seal, Pin Seal, Crepe Seal
The New French Kid Gloves in Black, with heavy White 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
to $7.50Beautiful
$1.75 $2.50 and $3.00

Hand Bags, all styles and shapes,all colors, silk Fashion and economy go hand in hand; blouses of stripes
and leather,nickle,gilt, gunmetal and shell frames, beautifully -
r Misses and Childrens Kid Gloves:: Tan.Brown and White at fitted. and high collars;some beautifully trimmed models, and at

$1.00 $3.50 to $10.00 most wonderful low prices.

OUR THIRD .A. x'J:1:1.aS: : Xmas Suggestions

For Men
Fancy Hose_-25c to $1.00
BEAUTIFUL Fancy Vests-$2.00 to $b
IS RUNNING OVER WITH MANY EXTRA SPE CI IAL Smoking Jackets ______________$4.00 to $10.00
AND USEFUL GIFTS Men Suits___________________$12.60 to $30.00
Men's Overcoats _$18.50 to $30.00
Handsome HugsFurniture the time initial!Handkerchiefs_i5i to &0cMtiJtiera
were lucky enough to be in New York at right -
kindsChihrt Our t _$1.00 to $i.OO
of nil -----
With* ahil 1 trade their( Wonderful frUrcnintJ of beautiful Umbrellas. A mbatfcblhliiele Men's NbtkWertr _is-----_.-_BOc1 t! tb $l.fiU
Uldw Ware1t4ut t Selection t.' including I I tilaliy rtllractlVe hbVeltlbs 111 tibld I ahtifclllt Diw Ulnves ...=.== ===_$LUU to $1.00
(''nttrt I l'ltilt' ''I I >r HillUllw OHlttU tltlitUt Wllli Mulller( ) ur \I'fall. 'th.'f; OmLfellll'f I illher l'UlillfMf\ l ,.=========z1.00! to *JOOCult
lihts. rillti Will Iliatitf it bbttUllfUl Xnm lluilnns! ====================yoe![; to 1400fchut
tllf Itttllt: it iMHillttittili+ > ttillgm} i
; ( to liooweat
fcllU-l:: WrtU : ============SSs=======--=
: Iffit
ial'taHitl: a"HIM Itr ItlMUnil|) Mi) *? IIIIII: Ji: ''m peeiiil ,00
> : 12 0 to$10
,\ IIiHillilliiViil'iIM \ l'4-= =-====r==rr==== =- -
.. 5 00() to f 3o no
Hinin!! 11"11I i Ham f'r+ilt-------- ========= : :
1 Hwm; S ite PnJnmH& ---------------------l-h0 to :QQ
____ __ tQ ,a.ooHns
IMilnr Suite Men'ij HMs -- ----------
lcltFli4ti Outfit{ i& Men's Belts *-25c to $2.0Q
Ue 113 l 85 98 :Men'a Cops -*..._________50c to $2.00
Iron Beds Night Shirts ________.____________50c to $1.50
Fancy Pictures Bath Robes -$3.50 to $10.00Men's

lake Curtains See These Umbrellas on Display I Hose Supporters Silk Hats --25c and$6.00 50c
r Hundreds of other beautiful and useful presents. Tie and Hose Seta-,._____$1.00 to $3.00
Don't fail to visit( 3rd floor while doing your In Our Window Men's Canes __________________-$1.00 to $2.00
Xmas whopping. .

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Winter /
Park News Tiff fft rtmv\ \ WH l4 ?it 1+Hft fihF4KsstfFill :IAiY "Mere Man"...
: : fHF hpFiti t: { | ,' ""It I M:; iPI14lW HI
fh ; Jig i West t pine l !
; Ih4tird "f PHijllff JAlHmi ti"nJn411ft : [ rltJthon ( t
| J riwmt: r-HHrt; IN j J tiggbty: :S4n1l:i Give Him Something Useful
Pp.n! h@il A lung thiQn. Iftt

Attorney l-guy' |It (Jjil i le$ appear d
Daily Dudpct 01 Hems Concerning \-fpre the board and read a petition: _0 . __ ._ ._ .. Jt \is easy to please a nwnAH he wants is something t

The Town And Rollins College election notice of by election the, etc.Zelluood, for !a bonding special DAVIS & GILESATTORNEVSATLAW useful. The selection of suitable gifts for men is apt

school district No. 24, for the amountof to be a puzzling problem fur the ladies. ..

"PROPERTY( OWNERSMAY- -'HUESS11t.TS PROF. PALMER ADDRESSES $2,000 which will be used for im- If he is a smoker-CIGARS are always in order.
provements the
on school building, Phone 72
: : AT OWN EXPENSEAt Y. M.! C. A. etc. PIPES CIGAR CASES, and other items of smoker's
the meeting of the town council The Rooms 5 6 7 8- sup-
regular meeting of the collegeY. Routine business, warrants , plies also
and are acceptable.
Monday night the following motion M. C. A. last
evening was largelyattended necessary purchases for the schools Davis & McNeill Block
was submitted by Alderman J. E. and was under the leader occupied the attention of the board. SAFETY RAZORS make excellent gifts. SHAVING
Parker and received a favorablevote ship of Professor Erik S. Palmer
Then the
school trustees SUPPLIES, HAIR BRUSHES
: who appeared CLOTHES BRUSHES,
gave an interesting talk on and
presented their
Motion: "Permission is granted to "radium." recom- TRAVELING SETS, CAMERAS ETC.
mendations, which were accepted, as Victor Starbuck come in the list
any of the property owners on Inter- follows: of practical gift goods for men.Don't .
lachen avenue between New England WINTER: PARK NOTES
Dec. 7, 1915. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
avenue and Pulsifer Circle, and on To the Honorable Board of Public worry about the men. Come in and see our

Pulsifer Circle, to widen the present Mrs. Dr. Tucker, of Maitland, spent Instruction, Orange County. Phone 161 stock. It will suggest just what they need. '
contemplated nine foot brick road in some hours in Winter Park yesterday I Gentlemen-In the matter of the

front of their property on said ave- shopping.E. experiment thirty minutes during for recess the past the month trustees of No. 6 \V. Pine SI. :Orland Fla "SHOP

nue to twenty-four feet in width and beg to make the following report: EARLY"LUCfRNt
to curb such additional width with O. Biglow and family, of New A petition is in our hands from

cement curb 5 inches thick and 14 I. London, Connecticut, arrived in Win- practically the high school the entire student body of
requesting that the
inches deep, composed of 1 and 2.7 ter Park yesterday and will spend the time be changed to the original fifteen
parts of clean sharp sand to 1 part of j I i! winter here as usual. minutes, because their work in R. RAY WHITE
cement, provided that such property I I chemistry, etc., uses up the fifteen

owners shalt pay the entire cost of I,, JAIL LOT SHOULD I5E OWNED extra minutes time lost for, study.and they A careful prefer can-tho ATTORNEY-AT LAW E PHARMACY

such widening and curbing in front of BY ORLANDO vass of the grade schools develops
their proerties." the fact that out of a total of ?'{! Room 44
It was also decided at this I students 400 prefer to take lunch to
meetingto (Continued from
page 1) Watkins Block Orlando Fla. PHONE 2. WE
school, 173 go home, and have plenty GIVE TRADING CHECKS
install a series of lights along the I bird, of Apopka, said that the city of time under the half hour rule, as ,
Itoulevard from East Park avenue to I should hate the lot but that the county they live near at hand. 'JO do hot When in Kissimmee visit the Palace Drug Store.
the New Seminole Inn. These lights should! receive full Value for the take the trouble to lunch.
will t I.e controlled by a switch from i property as the county heeded every fact Under that the we circumstance"have receivedf!' nnd the Worthington BlackmaoATTORNEYATLAW 1 .1.1.11..1.11..1..1..11111.1..1"1.
no complaint ..
the hotel and will illuminate this 1>oIJ-1 nickel which could tie, secured. this month nnd that originally = __

(lilaf Un rowing stretch winter rtt the month ttniileVnt-il Pine County! ('a!':lle Commissioner, enid he favored Hweet.the city of, plalntstvp there \vere suggest only three that or the four half rom-hour Phone 61? . . .1..1.1.11..1.11. . . . . . . . ... . . . . .

An illuminate! I dgti bearing the but that 'l ,OOO teemed to be too grades recess I !' at nnd mum that be the t retained high school for I the bepermitted

name "Winter 1'rtlk" will be 1lttt'e,1 Final\ It t'Hc-p, ) to t't bad to the oriental" tluotna IB: mid 14 Y"?Well4)uek New
hi the Not til park.% { II, M, Kohinotm, !' thought that $1 Iri- I ilnipj *t nd,I that bptine' titiv *other t Overland at $800
thantte I be worth lluillln, l. I
mad", t the fle beto ,
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1'\l'I''11'mCTIU:< ,\ l' IIOI.I.INM I |pailplit| | OverXrppt( ttbkfrl,! the fit y till I tar,"I"'IIIII1H I the" ,ipatiH oflii vote) It muild MM (he I be 1II..t en,, .0\r>lie Tlrt'S Shock AUorlKMrt tool, IXIni; Tin'I

P4C'1I( ClUi( 01' Itf'P41C' I HlTU'iriU "JMpapht 1 If It would I be, HBIPP- lilt"! )' ltli"rrtrt"rf.tll| | ( tlll( (11I1"tll.| : for
'lht faculty nf theM, \ \\\\* t'ld.s4. l "IItith! tll..IIi", to tnkt 15,01)0) ) |''preur we I ilt...iie what W l'e' ..l fur (he 1IIi4 I'hnntt 72

of Mush\ will (uiiatint: Ihet following'" } out nf the nmil! '"IIII'Iitl&fl fund i J"IHf'H "I'II'': rlilh', = Buick 40 at $400

program at( Knowlea 1 Hall, at Hi 15 and allow I it( lu l Im (mid. un the lilt i'. IJ.; IIII'A1I1"lIl'II ' Paul V. Hutchina
I ji, m-, Permnlier V, HUftl l 'I his Hits assented.! tu by Major : I'tllII.'I'.' t New Tire lint! New "Paint
Homer Htunley !Pope, tenor, I Sperry and the runimlssionera, W. H. IIH.\NI'II, JH.
Adnpteil the Attorney und Counsellor nt I
Elizabeth: : Keilney Kruusa, violinist, Dr. (', II I Christ agreed that the by County, 1I0unl. The (Drlundi
Isabella Ellenisiin, at "Jiiano.iaa city should 11\\n the Kit rather than Brhoul trustees lernnimemleil -
"| KiBrhermailchen (Hchubert), I an hull iilual. that the salary of prof. titan Uinls & McNeil JIIdg
Mnndnarht\ (Hchumann Iteln ley of the high erhuol commercial 1 ORLANDO. Winter Park Auto Co.
), Angeelrht City Commissioner Robertson suggested ) FL.\.
(H rhul11anh), (Jesang; Weylnsllupo ,' that a committee be, appointed department be increased from !$7(1) to

( Wolf), tier lartner (Hugo to nit in the matter.H.MA. fNO because of hU eiririency. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT ., .
Wolf)-Mr, Pope. was adopted by the county
board.the I. Dr. F. F.
Cohrplln Op) ?rt (le llerlnt), nnilrttile MCN 1.IN1,1, t'I..HI1'4) UltNl1 Thompson
Ufth'ulilp 1 | | allpgrtt tmiileraloMr ( MIAIUMIIffuw county I board suggested: the en- . . . . . .t..tt.t..ttt..t .... . ...

1 'KrriUM.I'lve i. --=--- tutt''IUPIIllit the title tu keep| thlhtreilnlf Dentist 4ANNOUNCEMENTI
(JtifUmitH\ fnnit (the II'uhtillut',1 lit tli-iititfe avenue nt the high :
idilmijtntin \ fmtfp I 1)) ,
silimd) l
( II. UUftt'tA( ) )1\ Hunk ufmaf filled (tl.t Imps|' ill that 'little bent' b htlitdilitf hid off if tlagnnnanv@tita l t.tf1jt'tli' tit New YeikllftHOUTII '
!* llhilplftPrilil\ Hie I'tttltilil! 2, The '111 1t* i i.. fllWf*).* that t 111.lillll"lII| ill ht (the draiiunar ochittd' l.tilld-
IIIJfI)) and that : )
| dlodbedipnt thlldlellbe OU\Na( :
moving ftittfpr! wnfpsj. a, Ypt i ah\ .that\ thildliMttd, Hlwuya that faith>> I'Mij)I.? chhultl" ""Ylli.I| |, ,|, I
Spiting, hllltt.l.uJi.hl .f, I"flr Santo will
@otue w@luv@di pome in epite ofKvery @very= Over Curtis & A'Nent's
fir Hi when that Hngpl of the tIilll, 8',"
talker drink-Mr, Pupa, little child lies down' to sleep, Illl. IIANrilKlTHThe : MtJSIILl This is to announce that we are receiving
An Jlonl! d'un ruUaeau (le' Ilojay I on ChrMmas eve! believing that Santa new studia which Dr, Hl4l1fheH _
Jeifre), Alb/ Zingaresca (TschetschufJin ia on his way, that the patter of the has been building in his house at No, our initial stock shipmentsevery
]07 America
)-Mrs, Krausa, reindeer will Boon !be sounding on the street will be opened)]
Iwe'a Triumph (Bruno Huhn); roof, and of course no grown-up, not this evening by an informal recital WDR. day.
I at which numbers
by Beethoven
Where are Rome and Ninevah, Let us even father or mother, can be sure -
look to the Stars, In Eternity, The I that he won't stop there. Schubert, Schumann, Chopin,
Mayer, Gottschalk, Grieg, and Wagner New and clean Har Household
great farewel-Mr. Pope. limp.But Santa the morning-the did forget. stocking is will be played, and announcementwill U H. RAMSDEU ware, .

be made of Dr. Hanchett's OPTOMETRIST
Y. W. C. A. BAZAAR What a tragedy for a little child! plans .
and methods of instruction. ORLANDO FLORIDA
Next Monday from 3 to 7:30 p. m. If everybody would share with the Those Supplies Goods Etc.
CE: Sporting
desiring cards of admission ob- GLASSES GRIND LENS*
the girls of the Rollins Y. W. C. A. Sentinel Santa on their pleasures of may I ) .
tain them at Estes' Pharmacy AND DO ALL KINDS OF
will hold their annual bazaar the next
at Ly- fortnight there need be no
man Gymnasium. For weeks they such tragedies in Orlando on Christ- book store. o"r.u R1pAiWiWO I We earnestly solicit your patronage

have. been hard at work making arti- I mas morning. ,
Have you located Mrs. Tuttle's Gift for which
des of vanous Kinds which will we guarantee
DC Shop this season! If' not. h.. ""...
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placed on sale at this time to help pay QUALITY, VARIETY, ETC., AT you do. 1-12-8-tfc SURVEYINGPlating
the expenses of Amparo, a young HIPPODROME Price Quality and Service
I Cuban girl whom the Rollins association ROYAL NEIGHBORS, ATTENTION and Sub-Dividing ,

rescued as a waif from the It is not a strange thing to hear Meeting of Sunny South Camp No.

streets, and whom they are support- peole say when remarking about pho- 7615 will be held Wednesday, 7:30p. PROMPT AND ACCURATE

ing at the Entzminger Mission at toplays that they prefer the Lucerne m. Business of assessments and WORK ARTER-n 1ANEYHllW. CO. '

Tampa. theatre, for the reason that they are dues to come before the camp.
The young women of the Associa- always sure to see a quality program, By order of the recorder. HAL A. IRISHCivil
tion trust that they will be given the and one of A
variety. great many do "Just Off the High Rent District"
same hearty support as in former not care for a long bill of just one Miss Mary Bunnell arrived in Or- Engineer

years, in this, the only opportunity production when they are afforded an lando yesterday afternoon from a Phone No. 200 Pine & Court St.
which they give the general public to opportunity to see a splendid and visit to points in South Florida, including 47 Watkins RIdg, Orlando Fla

aid in the support of their protege.If carefully selected program of several Bradentown, and will spend
hard work and enthusiasm count subjects. A glance at their ad. which some time with Mrs. James Bortree,

for anything; the receipts from Mon appears in this paper bears out this at her home, 215 South Main street, Dr. Henry G. Hanchett
day's bazaar sales should far exceed assertion. before proceeding to her home in F. A. PEPPERCORNBUILDER

those of any former year. The publie Beginning this week, the pictures Homesdale, Pa.BUILDING.
Music Studio
107 America StreetPRIV'
is cordially invited to attend the at the Lucerne theatre are exclusively and CONTRACTOR

J' bazaar, spend a pleasant hour and for white people. The admission MATERIALS"We Phone 37 ATE PIANO LESSONS

help out a worthy cause. to the orchestra floor is ten cents, ourselves the oetter serve by In Technique, Expression, Repertory and Sight Playing ,
senoingothers best. Plans and
MISS SIEWERT ENTERTAINS i while the balcony remains the same, I mates furnished free. Buy all your esti- CLASSES
five cents. The matinees for the materials from
Miss Frieda Siewert one firm and save the
seven of her entertained present have been discontinued. cash discounts.; Everything to builda I L. Percival Hutton :(1)( BEETHOVEN READINGS-Studies in Musical Structure by Means of
young lady friends at a house. Cook & Co., Christ build- I i Lecture Recitals.
thimble party Monday afternoon II' ing. 1-12-S-o
complimentary to Miss Mabel Allen, TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY 137 Liberty St., New York, N.Y C(2) ARTISTIC INTERPRETATION: Advanced Players.

from Poughkeepsie, New York; MissOlarpery ARE YOU GOING TO HAVE YOUR ARCHITECT C ClcNeillDa"is (3): ELEMENTARY: HARMONY.
Waide, Wellesley Hills, I FORD TOURING CAR, in good con- i BABY IN HOWARD'S FAIR jl
dition. Terms if Informal: Recital With Announcement of Courses
Chas. P. Wednesday
{Massachusetts and Miss Edith BABY SIIOWThat ? Building, Orlando Evening,
; Foley,
Dow. December 8, 1915;
1-12-S-tfc : at 8 O'clock. Cards of Admission May Be Had at Estes'Pharmacy
Charleooixlichi Baby Show, at the
n, who have returned coming Florida I II or Branch's Hook Store.
Five County Fair is
to Winter Park for the winter I FOR S.\LE-F Barred Rock chick show. going to be some I,I .

season.; The hostess served light refreshments ens. Inquire at No. 12: Huphey Lots of wise: people have caught on Member F. A. A. :
and was assisted by her I l-street, or phone 373. 1 -8-6tc and Howard's Studio is stacking up I MtMMHIItlCilMtMMIMtMinMMMIMMIMIIIMICORNS .
filter, Elsa. Besides the three honorees pictures galore.
'FOR RENT-Furnished rooms for Is your child in it! If not, it is
those present were Mrs. Bert light housekeeping blocks from your fault. I S. S. JonesChiropractor
Smith Schultz Miss Louise Smith court house. 102 Jefferson. 1282tcFOR All children under eieht years Removed
and Miss Maude Enlow. Country as well as city children. Sat
RENT-Five room house two urday and Wendesday. Absolutely) Painless.
FORTNIGHTLY CLUB blocks east of grammar school; all no charge. You are favoring us. .
The regular meeting of the Fortnightly modern 12-8-Ct conveniences. Phone 434.! HOWARD'S STUDIO-ON THE i

Club was held Monday even 12-6-tfc! AVENUE: Graduate of Davenport, la. Col'l Soft Corns, Callouse, Bunions reduced, Broken Arch '
with Miss <
ins Faith Collins as host FOR A REAL BARGAIN IN REAL
ess. A fair attendance of members ESTATE): or a hotel proposition -- lege. : treated at my office in the Christ Building, No. 1 East !
Was present and enjoyed the fee or write to G, Hated, Apopka, Room No. 3, Schulti' Did*. .
lie, 12-8-3ie! I Specialist on Nervous and 1 : Central Avenue
Ins'd program, the main feature of Dr. C. W. Fain Chronic nl8 cacg.
\\'hlch'u a paper ty MM, Matte y HOUHEIIOLD( FlMNlTURK FOK
(iibb en "A Woman Candidate. I in HALtt=Large lot of hew furniture, DENT18T 1 Anna Kaeser Grad.
+ Colorado Mr.. Gibbn' ..tldtl. dreimerii! tablet, chain, tie, Chiroe
paper wai ,11011,119 4th Moor Y. D. :
1'rifei right, Address! I 0.) are 8en> to i U. 9 to 8. Building I
' 1' highly' enjoyed by all pr@e@nt. tind. U-[Iea. WINTER> ; PARK, FLA.
Phone 209 .. ...... ... ... 't " 'I'II"



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I"I To Florida EQUAL Suffragists SUFFRAGE Greeting CALL: a F I CI en]

rlanun) Snriefj the The Florida second Equal annual Suffrage convention Associa-of "Get It At Allen's"

tion will be held in Miami January 11,
12, and 13.
Miami has two strong suffrage
Wednesday, December 8. DECEMBER 16th leagues and the men and women of PRACTICAl
U. D. C. will be entertained by Mrs.J. The Mendelssohn Club will be heard these societies will heartily cooperate -
I N. McElroy, at 3 p. m.lqual for the first time this season in this in preparing for an enthusiastic
Sutlragre League. beautiful work by Alfred Gaul at the
and successful convention.
1'ortnightly Club Mrs. Irwin Dunn .
hostess. M J I Methodist church. I Effective work throughout the state
Lachelor GirlS, Miss Elizabeth Bran- {i The reputation established by the I has been done during the past year
ham hostess. I club during the past two seasons un- 'and is
Entre Nous Club. our cause growing: vigorouslyas :
der the direction of Forrest XMAS
Dabney indicated the enthusiastic
Unity Circle paper by :Mrs. S. by en-
Whittier on "Ida Tarbell. B.I Carr assures the public of a most enjoyable dorsement given to it at the recent
Thursday. December 9. evening. Mr. Carr has the meeting of the Florida Federation ofWomen's
Rosalind Club Miss Elizabeth Porter I of Watch BraceletsConvertible
chairman Christmas needlework faculty inspiring his chorus to do Clubs. Let us meet at 0
party.Country. their very best and this concert promises Miami to plan for increasing activity
Club dance. to be exceptionally fine. The along the most effective lines of
en- into a regular watch or can be
Executive Board meeting of Civic music of the "Holy City" is very deavor and thus make "Florida First" worn on
League at Mrs. Forde's, 10:30 a.m. GifTS neck chain; twenty and twenty-five year and solid gold
.- beautiful and coming as it does at the for equal suffrage among the South- 1
beginning of the Christmas season is ern States. cases.
CHARITIES MET pipe organ accompaniment is
The board of governors of the Associated one of the important features of the President Florida Equal Suffrage ALLEN & CO., JEWELERS.
Charities met yesterday.For work and this will be most ably handled Association.
November seventeen individualswere by Miss Helen Nicholas a teach. -o- At Ib! EZSZZZZZ2 !ll
helped with groceries,\clothing, er of music at the Cathedral school. IN HONOR MISS NUCKOLLS JSSSSSSS3LOJSS.EZZZZZZ3=
etc. Following an appeal for oil There are many exquisite solos and Another pretty party in honor of .
stoves by the secretary four were of these will be sung by the followingwell Miss Pauline Nuckolls was given
fered. The annual election of officers known and popular Mrs.
singers: Monday afternoon by the Misses PREPARING FOR
will be held in January and before W. M. Murphy :Mrs. R. P. Cobb Helen Warlow and Ruth Isaacson at J(% < CHRISTMAS NOW!
that time there will be a public meet Misses Alta and Eliza Wright Beulah the home of the former "Grey roft"
ing. i Roney Lillian Eldredge and Messrs. A little touch of paint here and there
| guests were Mrs. Frank Guernsey r' '
the house in
The board also accepted with J. Cestia Lawton and A. P. Curry. Miss Ida Edwards Miss Mary Jl holiday put season. Let us shape fill for your the
thanks the campaign to be waged by | Owing to this concert being givenin Conaway Miss Gayle Davis, Miss wants in the paint line. We handle
I tvs Sentinel as announced on page: 1 a church no admission can be Mary lIcCullouJh.liss: Helen Way, only pure goods and can provide you
rhe Sentinel Santa Claus Fund. 'charged" so a free will offering will Miss Grace Warlow and Miss Eloise PharmacyPrompt antee with every with requirement. Our guar-
EJ.ch Orlando clergyman will be be taken to defray the cost of the Robinson of whom several were for- goes everything we sell.lei
asked to committee of two production. ----- -- -- -- -- ----
appoint a
mer classmates of the hostesses and '
persons to distribute the supplies I -0-- honoree at Rollins College. The af- 't m n T'*?; Orlando Paint & Wall Paper Cc
which may be purchased from this SILVER TEA ternoon was spent in hemming dust- !
205 S. Orange Avenue
fund. Ladies' for the bride to be. Delicious
I Aid Society of the Baptist ers refreshments Phone 261
-0- church will give a silver tea nt the were served COLEMAN & RIIAN
he Sans SoueI Bridge Club will
; i church -0.-
| Thursday evening beginning
meet with Mrs. W. M. Lege Wednes- !' MR. AND Mlt fJILKtf: KNTF.R-
|at 7:30: which will close! the cycle! of
d"r! afternoon at three o'clock. |j Leos that have I been given I by the TAINKU I IIOAW) :STKWAHDSMr. : & >)>: Delivery
0fho Indies in their home during the past and. Mr J RM. I" dies enter-
Tuttle CJift :Shop 1 U lurnttnl this month. Member of the church niul tulnr1 the bonnl of tewnnl, of thoMrthflclilil Anything
*e .son (lit tin wvonil floor of Yowell
l>'ikworth building, nt left of ..1-\l '''- nil frfonil are mont cordially Invited church, and l their wlvrn, CAREY HANDFUNERAL
to I '.l.-e-tfe to be IlrIIt'lIt. hut evening ttt their nttrnrtlve homo Anywhere

guests were prenenti This! Is the trg< DIRECTORAND
ulnr buolnpod' meeting of the board,
Wedding I Bells Will I Ring i which meets each month nt various! EMBALMLRAll 1

homes.! It Is the plan of the mem-
hers, to make more of n social feature
for many couples during the next sixty days and those who Phone 20
out of these meetings.' Refresh
Fend out fashionable invitations will order them from the J. P. ments were served. calls answered Promptly Dayor

."-Stevens Engraving Co., Whitehall" St., Atlanta, Ga. Samplesand -0- Hand
prices are furnished upon application. Be sure and get the Yesterday afternoon Mrs. Clarence ---

proper thing by ordering from them.tM9IMMIMHIIHHIIMHIIIIIIII. Brown entertained the Junior Matrons Orlando Florida.
Card Club. Besides the mem- THE INCOME INVESTORYOU I I
bers she had as guests Miss Margaret PHONE 639. RESIUENUP ONE 457,
I +* Mil t Hart, Miss Roberta Branch, Mrs. ,V.C. desire are improved investing:property for income which and

Essinpton, and Mrs. W. M. Glenn. yields a regular net income. Our I
Mrs. Thos. Brodwater won the prize, service will help you. Cook & Co., .
a dainty rainbow set of sachets. De- Christ building.: l-12-8-5t: -
licious refreshments were served and 4 " 111111111I1I 11111111111.11111. II II III lit

the afternoon was a delight to all .

those present. -oMR. -


Dr. and Mrs. G. II. Edwards: entertained .
H three tables of players last'
evening at bridge.: A most delightful -
evening was enjoyed by the guests,
who included Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy B. TODAY
Giles Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Scott, Dr.
and Mrs. Swift Dr. and Mrs. Me-
Kwnn, Mr. and Mrs! Essington, and CURTIS & O'NEAL

MEETING OF CIVIC LEAGUE Insurance Loans Real Estate

the meeting Civic of League the executive is ra.led boardof for Rentals *
S1earI t Vadilliffi Ga
a ao- Thursday: morning at 10:30 o'clock at IR. JARRS BIG VACATION"
the horn of the president. 21? South
Main street. A full attendance of all A Vitagraph Comedy r
the members of the board is requested -

lin F Feed as matters of importance are to
be discussed. "BRONCHO BILLY AND THE
Anna L. Forde president. 7-2t ESTABLISHED 1811Counts

Lock ignition. Alice G. Kollock, secretary of
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Real leather the Equal Suffrage League an-
upholstryOne ;;;
nounces that strangers who are interested -
3c; "Same Little Prices" lOc _
in the work will be welcomeat
man top the December meeting of the I

Jiffy Curtains league to be held this morning at 10
o'clock in the Unitarian Chapel cor-

Full floating rear axle ner of West street and Central ave
nue. Members are urged to be present -
Timken bearings I as much business will come be-
fore the meeting and reports from GRANDTODAY
I the state federation meeting will be

$850.00 at Orlando I, heard. -- !
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At the annual baazar at the Cathe-
I .
dral Chapter House today tables by
the Women's and Junior Auxiliarieswill
be on sale from 2'to 6 p. m.

MODERN WOODMEN We are giving 5 per cent dis-

I* PHILLIPS & SONS Orlando Camp No. 1R074 Modern WILLIAM FOX PRESENTS count for cash on all supplies, accessories -

I Woodmen of America will meet tonight DOROTHY BERNARD
I and all members are requestedto and repair work.
be present as it is election of offi- And William Bergen In
210 S. Orange Ave.PHO'JE cers for the next year.

By order of J. M. Brady, clerk. "THE LITTLE GYPSY"A



Thanhouser "The Revenge of the
Reliance. "A Woman of Nerve."
Mutual. "It Might Have Been 15e

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Days To ..,, ; Days

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preparations for Christmas have been exten ive. They ne reflected not only in the large !stocks of holiday merchandise we now present but also in the various arrangements that

have been made throughout the store to meet the press of business that accompanies the Christmas season, Additional salespeople: have been employed, and they have been well trained
in their duties. Stocks have been arranged for easy and convenient selection Everything has been done to facilitate. the' pleasant: and leisurely choosing for your Christmas presents.11E ,


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GRANDMOTHER the of CTijistWHAT ._A_ er Items.
Though probably bordering on verge

the pleasures Span would of Life"be Grandmother's intensified should interest she. dear and receive A HUNDRED CENTS W I L L BUY The girl I of today is SISTER 1 the woman of tomorrowto
on Christmas morning no just an much consideration will have to be ,
her heart, however simple or inexpensive. .
shown her .
ns is shown crown up* She tnkes
have in stork something GRANDMOTHER
We feel sure we our ns much interest-and why nhouldn't thorn --.
that would bring that pleasure. May we suggest
things that U-come her her up'itno
something .like the following: A Pair of Silk or Chamoisette Gloves A Flannelette Kimonn .he iihould be .!, much.grown OURI'loaxurcn

Comfy Slippers ._________....1.60 One or Two 1'airs of Silk Stockings A Box of HandkerchiefsA 1 : are demrtl l fromsher appreciation
Hath Robes __________12.75 to $8,60 Half Box 1 Knitting Yarn (any color) Parasol of the following:
Wool Kimonos ________$4.75 to $6.60 A Pair of Slippers A Waist Lcnjrth Honiery' ___uuw.C. to $2.00

Two to Four Dainty Apron A Skirt Length Manicure Set ___-____$l.no to $l2.boiRANDI'ATIIEIt :
1'nrnsol ___---______-_$l.yg to 10.00

: Two Pair of Warm Union Suits Walking Cano --
1'ancy or White Shirt
'i U I Pairs of PheonK,I Ruse Outing Night Shirt '

+, Tip I Holder Pair KuMnilers| ,
!tux Initial tlntlltkl'tchtefA __(tlolf Cnt1MUtH | dt+tn 'h C ,
t 1t I ;:

Wool, tin: Ut I liutlJUtt
Wm.l. tWaitt I L@ngtlt tin* llitiul 1 HmitloitleledFdni'y 1I u1th fdtld
A I'mr tffrtir utUR Cm( :set Color
Milk np ChamoMte OIo\'t4! l-'am-yHlnit:t WRi t IIUOllI ;tt

(1H\MH4AIIINI ]1I1\(}\ Milk 1It1 HUH! Iliiiitl! ImtiHlt'il, IInndk@Pflli@f' Hf\\\\ =liFUlhaF Foan' W"t: latzat t ,iFam!n 1 f h@II I l aslah\'t tP, :
\life than tiltll"rhtfmJr\ @lI \ Two I Milt! Unions" eat' ginning to l louK, Mt t life with mot l tmmepe@:
<< cow
Though !Irtkintf aaoteF I*
flrm{ >!H4 MO not last the alt (of f ap( t tFeFlatlan\ 1 Hou!*: Sltpp@rt! l mhrUlIIt"lIll" C llar HIH! Cuff @I WHIt la\ tae mare lniarpat' in the l1 splitf, of his "
flttire t the eat nf t his I tltl and
NOr I HY ANY MBAN&morning1 l'IHI hi,o flstm"$ \ flothes must sn
f pleasure: W04'1tI' enhanced hy ft FATIIEH fart l6 'IJtI: "Hlit we a flOffflt\ tone ,mrt Bo
MM so pn, We'll help Plat 1ft
pf the fo\lqwmJI\ flHl
9f 'HandKerehiefCouple
gift ene PF more umbreHa Silk XM buggeaIions, fpF 'him!
FeH Slippers-$1.25 to $1.50 Wool Cap of Nice Tiea
Lounging Robe -?500) tp '.0.00 Set Cuff Buttons Soft orStIff ShirtSuit % Walking Cane -. ... ___$.00 to $200
MutHs" _f 2,00 Warm Underwear Full Dress Shoes ____________$600
---- Leather Pelt Full Press Pumps --__________$500 ,
Two Pairs Fancy Silk Hose Flannelette Night Shirt
Walking Stick '
Four Initial Handkerchiefs


A Swell Tie Four Initial Handkerchiefs
Walking Cane rh ,
Silk Muffler Two Pair Fancy Sox
Scarf Pin A Leather BeltPajama
Suit A Sort Cap .

Set Cuff Buttons Suit Underwear

Manicure Set Fancy Corset Cover .
have Do her Box Hosiery Will play' an important part in Life's History
We only one. we appreciate as Middy Tie
we should? Do we realize fully the untold Mesh BagParisian later on. She may rule the ROOST and she
sacrifices she has no doube made, is making, Ivory Brush and Comb Fancy Kimona may not. She may bec.ome.a Suffragette and '
Motor Veils also she not. Time alone tell,
Fancy orlnitial Handkerchiefs again may can
and will make for our benefit and imrpoveBox
but while she is what she is it to those
Dress up
ment WE DO NOT. We should atone for Silk Undervest
who love her
to give-as far as their means
this in a small measure at Christmas by giving will
permit-Those Heart Desires that she has
her the best our pocket can afford. She
LITTLE SISTER been asking Santa Claus to bring her on
would appreciate something like this:
Four Pairs of Pheonix or Gordon Hose A Mesh Bag Xmas her requests morning.: Were the following among
Dress _$3.75 to $10.00
Wool length
_______ : $10:00: A Dainty Wash Dress A Sewing Chatelain
Hand Bag 1.50 to
Umbrella _-_________$1.98 to $10.00 Muslin Underwear Brush and Comb Hosiery ___________15C to 50c
Waist __Hat Dresses __-------____50c to $5.00Chatelain
A Middy
A Middy Tie Box Assorted ((4)) Windsor Ties ------______$1.00 to $1.50


Brush and Comb Set Three or Four Pairs Bootees
Wool Toque
Toilet Set
Wool Sacque Box Assorted Ribbons q
Sweater Two Wool Undervests .
Blanket Robe Three or Four Sets Beauty Pins

Four Pair Soft Hose Embroidered Dress


Rood old tXtd'!! tte's tATltttt pot a lot to contend with.ht !
hot the lea tst Is I finding the hieahs to tHhthtlh
up rt famlty. ,.Nrt small huts l If It'* ALL MAIL tttfe klNU! or to t* mttH* tlehlo-
',: fc but it's / tmiket. that II |'riu>ezed thltic thfe U5q" bf the hbt/f! !/ rb r Ifc's 1 hind hythy /Mdi CPI; rUt .us-jljti's fe- ) Want! t teVtrHhihJtb* ?:*t9 gull thttt Sbm:
tFre!, the W.l /tdenh,1\ ,i -bhliler} t HIM l this\ I 0 0hi MB t-j hhbl uiftlv| "rtll" Hf hl! 1> !* l hut tbvIMV ):
U : i'aih'tl' *\H riiill* *tit lla t :ltlh-1r. th-lfll I ,i) t HI'I)+! *>- WlhiiHHHH hale, ttitI Hlt-trt ittmV1 tt
tll't p slut Iatrap!"h *V'Wit '! lit ttht It +! k'Itph l!; tit M I. I :fullsiIld
I Ii" |H+ flash t tittlliitti' Ilk* thli Ii'
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TI| IHf.Y WOWWNH\ roil Tllfi 11" Tlvn HOAIHI A full line nf Hlchellen) tickles, freeenea, Jama aniftlul Jiplcetl

Wo 'Inwo nil) the condiments necessary for fnUs, flits Mince Mello
New Nuts, both Whole| hl'| BhelNi) New\ ..I011cUth.
The kind nf Cheese' we rart)", ,inrludes
HUiltetl and \\hule Dales, Nettrdi tut)
tltnherger llitlxirteil UtMitiefntt, Cretin Hh
the ChrivtmitH 1 I Ull I II nd, Pies and t what 1 not Cryatnltapd Oierrlea! boll Olhlfer 11), \Welch Itniehil, Imperial, Pimento, etc!\ ,, Ct@!t -

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APOPKA NEWS ITEMS (!which time the public is cordially about at once to put it in cultiva has constructed since his return in
vited to attend.A in.1 I tion. This is a splendid tract of land the fall.

' Apopka, Fla.. Dec. 6.-Prof. J. II. social dance was enjoyed by and will respond readily to cultiva The building was in the hands of
Newman, one of Apopka's oldest and young folks of Apopka at the city tion. Contractor S. R. Hughes, who has
most highly respected citizens, had hall last Saturday night, and a goodly shown that he is capable of excellent

the misfortune to fall and break one number were present to participate. PRETTY RESIDENCE NEARING: workmanship.
of his 'limbs Saturday at noon in attempting A. C. Starbird and wife and Harry COMPLETION
to 1"88 from one room to Davis and wife motored over to Orlando :NEW' KEMDENCE:: IS rUOGKHSS-
the other. Some years ago ho was Sunday afternoon to attend tho INT. KAI'IDLY r
Elks: memorial services and hear the Tho new residence, which is fast
thrown from in
a wagon a runaway
address of Governor Park Trammell.A. nearing completion, on the corner of "Sturdy as tits Oak"Fours.
limb and
and sustained u broken Contractor Pepercorn's new residence
J. Walker, the telephone man, Hill and Central avenues, will l t.c one
since then he has never had the use at the corner of Delaney street
of it but used crutches or u wheel was in Orlando nnd Winter Garden of the handsomest in that section! of I and Lucerne Circle, is progressing! Sixes nnd KichN; -Speeders. Roadster and Touring Cars
the 'itThe which is of
chair. This accident has cast a gloom Saturday on business connected with ( rapidly. It is a handsome appearing $795; to $1570. 1 F. O. H. "Factory
two stories, contains seven rooms, i i
the service.
over the entire town as ho is respected telephone house and when finished will be modattrarU'e.
by every one here who sympathize I The Apopka high school was in session nnd is replete with bath, fireplace I In the Oakland you Jet, power with the added feeling that you
with him in his misfortune.The I Saturday, making up the day nnd other modern conveniences. The drive the best looking car on the road. The Oakland Northway
ladles! of the Methodist! church lost following Thanksgiving, which house is beautifully arranged, and Motor speeds up to 2,500 revolutions per minute, but that i is only
I' from the entrance the veranda EDITOR HARRIS! OP KISSIMMKH!: wonderful of the Oakland
a fish fry Saturday night that i was observed as n holiday by the upon half the story of the responsive power
was gave enjoyed by a large number of rcliool. to the last detail, is most inviting.The A SUNDAY VISITOR 1 ) Fours!'!, Sixes mud Rights.I The motor h I the nuwt powerful mntlo.
townspeople, also out of town people I Monday (today) will; be observedby owner, Mr. C. II. Woolworth, With its !small' lori\ lung !stroke and large \t h"PSI< speed of revolutions -
from Orlando} and lulUs; came to enjoy our citizens here n* clean-up day, who spends his summers in Omaha Mr. W. 11. Harris', editor end proprietor mentis n contintuui How of power. It tnpnti<; not only smooth
Neb., and his winters In Orlando, Is of the Klsslmmee! Valley (larette hill nliilitv
the novelty of the fish! fry. Ono 'I the mayor having! issued a proclamation n going on the level road but n rUmliinj UI1S1ut'I\SlSll'lt.
great believer In the future of this has the visitors to Oflahtlrt
to that totfed.I among! -
hundred' ) and thirty-flte .pounds of
fi<'h w-ert> tonsufntd aid every onli.til II I. 1 1 Ito service of the eleetrle" liclitplrtht ell r, aid tlemohstt-ntes t It 'In rt fotceftil Runilay He, with n partof
it Pl'lHnllj t feood limi while! the tilts Iteert, tttehdetl rthd! hInt tmthhtot i l It-, ereellttft irtUt|/ liolt-., fHMuK! titnUited It Urtittidri. to nttehd OaklandFours
ImliM frenllrHl: 'iulle( n heat Suit! front !troth tlif Marhal! parking hoU!e< find this hiaklh the !perMd hh* that hf the hiMtihMal mltM" bf the felk: .

the1, tii.itHl' lha t t'bhsulneH! t Lumber, sill ranger
lit fclHIih: uf lltmteslrritli{ I llatltfm Ftdttiltltt| ( ill Il' tislftg the" *|tlehiM lee-'
Mi' 1htit IH Ajfbkrt. : ItHHllrtl MHIHftH : IIIllBhi* st-Fvltei. and) Sixes
'MH M tot f UMIttfH JHHWM. 'IHJltH hnftlt tNtM i Itas |l'f.t* OtWHtMl fluff!)
tJnvvn, Yancey Meat Market) Inc llr@ not only full, MIW nrt ito nuM inMnglv 'IiHH1' tllilplilrb
PPI! dull Hf f the! ! lrttei He i H. NMk: HH fMM ive Inp w : linnet :
the HvensMes: and report: imQi \ nn t lilt!; fflfH1
ing ft Ming; \ pf ilw I name+ ftn4q JHHHJH rutty .sale UP :
M tnA( ill. the variety: 1 fir @vFry 1:1ijMfHl trip l 11=t'binK| Wedge( Lines' (the '.tHbf! Wind i HeUlanfePt
i-rij- +1 )trnnur thrp4gtHH the iU Mr. ami' i|rg. Marion' pf st. t'P- T. A, YANG; Y. Jfr. PfM and Mgr, ; = .nw Center of finality with Usual lluart Clearaas I
wHit a View Pf fomp ljng same fAr fersbujp, have ret4rpelt IP their home (QrUANRQ, FIQRIPA' -nre.it' Strength with 'Msht Weight
reference: in future, after a delightful visit to the homeof 4,-High Speed Motor with Great Toner
Robert} W. Nix i of the firm pf John Mr. and Mrs. .0\. Walker-. Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice I :-Economy with Luxury

Nix & Co., of New York city, was in Chief 0. I fa rod was a business vis- Florida and Western Meats These are Oakland points of SUPERIORITY, all of which are
Apopka Saturday in the interest of itor in Orlando Saturday afternoon.Mrs. found in no other car.

the orange and grapefruit business. W. T. Wilson and two daughters Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Game, Eic. LET US SHOW[ YOU-TilE CAR WAITING
He represents one of the largest I Mrs. W. P. McCall and Miss
Special/ Attention to Hotel' and Out of Town Orders
citrus fruit dealers in New York and Ruby Wilson, were shopping in Or-
t lando Saturday afternoon. Business ((35 P. O. BOX aae J. B. Jr.
has many here who have frequently PHONES { Magruder
Residence| 133 Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St. ,
consigned their fruit to the firm. The frame work of the Liebing
Mr.\ Maxwell and family, of Bus- building is up and work is being PHONE 34
tie, were pleasant visitors in Apopka pushed as rapidly as possible to com- - ---
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Saturday afternoon. pletion.Mr. .
Mrs. W. G. Deering was shoppingin Scott, of Chicago, has just MRS. MARY A. COX
Orlando Saturday, gonig over on closed a deal with F. H. Davis for the
the early morning train. Guilford farm, containing 165 acres, ANNOUNCESThat GOOD an BAD CIGAR STOREWill

Mrs. Thimblebee, of New York just east of Apopka, and will set she has moved to

state, and an Orlando tourist for the
Summerlin Place
winter, was a pleasant visitor to her 110
former friend, Mrs. Green Clark, on be open
Central avenue here last Friday. GLASS OF SALTS Convenient, yet quiet and Private, in a Pleasant Place where one can find All
that is Exclusive in Blouses, Neckwear and Novelties.
The executive committee which has

the been products selected from to collect Apopka and and exhibit vi- CLEANSKIDNEYS 110 Summerlin Place Orlando, Fla. Monday Morning|

cinity held a meeting Thursday afternoon I - -- -- - --- -
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representatives being present from If Back is Bladder The Christmas CardIs
aching or
Clarcona, Pinecrest, Piedmont, Merri- I your Proper
bothers, drink lots of water
mac, McDonald, and Zellwood, also a At 122 South AvenueNext
message from the represenative of and eat less meat. engraved to order for your personal use. We have a beautifulline Orange

Tangerine, showing that west Orangeis I of samples and have taken several orders during the past
thoroughly awake upon the exhibitat When your kidneys hurt and your bock to T. H. Evans
the forthcoming fair. At this feels sore, don't get scared and proceed week.It
I to load your stomach with a lot of drugs is a pleasure to show you these beautiful samples even if
meeting it was decided that each that excite the kidneys and irritate the
committeeman solicit funds from entire urinary tract. Keep your kidneys you do not
their respective section or district clean like you keep your hnwrels clean, order.W.

t with which to defray the necessary by nails flushing which them fetnoreg with the a. mild body's, harmless urinoua S. BRANCH, CALL AND MAKE YOURSELf AT HOMEI

expense. The exhibits will ba designated waste and stimulates them to t their nor TilE ARCAnE HOOK AND MUSIC STORE
us from the "Heart of Sump mat activity. '' The function cf the kid.
is to filter the bland, In 24 l1.u'8
rnertand, and each district wilt b. tiey --- -- ------ ------- ---- --------
l labeled with banners of their section. t and they ttiute.strain! from U GOO readily pi-niti understand of add. t. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . iM'MMMMMMtiMMMtMMMUMMMMIREADY

Mrs. Thomas Hawthorne is report the vital Importance> n If( keeping the kid
ed us beltttf. lth tick !list at this nays active
writing. rink Md of f water-ywi wn'i drink
Itev, fieo. n I Reeves filled hU pulpitAt
four ounce*, @f dad r*AUIII| take"
the :..s"thullfhunh here Hunday H t t"ltliNionul( ( in a BUM of' water
rooming and night which t1o en hU 'lfi' re l breakfast> each morning for a few
maturate here for the present eonter."nro I days! anti l your kidneys will Mt fine,
Ihii. famous salts U made from theacid .
year, AS the annual conference of gr epee. and l |lemon Jules combined| t
wilt convene In Tampa beginning on with lithla, and baa been used. tsar genera
t December 15 (nit., at which time It li lions to dean and stimulate clog,\!J kid
probable that a new pastor will be I lieyi| also to neutrall/ t the Midi In / YOU TO DRIVE
Urine ao It no longer U a source of Irri J[
selected for the Apoka circuit lallon thus ending bladder we&kneii.
The girls of the "Ever Heady" Jad halts Is IDUpeDlul| cannot In* I
class of the Methodist Sunday school ,utlll; tnakes a. delightful etlerveerenlithtawater HOME-THEN PAY AS YOU. RIDEI
drink\ whleh everyone should
have announced tt ham sandwich ahd take how and torn Id keep their kid
coffee sale to ba given In the If H.Witherintfton beys rloan and aft I... Try this, sled
block beginning at 4 keen up the water dfldklnf. and Bit
afternoon doul.t you will winder what iwraie( et.(
o'clock neat Saturday at
your kidaey I trouble sad baakaeb. I




Metal Slate Tile Tin Asbestos
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and Rubber Roofings

Cornices, Skylights Heating Ventilating. ".Ial Ceilings
Your Maxwell Is Ready Now !

, tVorks: 14 E. Church St. ORLANDO

,; Ready for you to step into the luxurious front seat, start it with the complete modern controls, and drive it home, to the !

--- envy of your neighbors.

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i I'' could better demonstrate our faith in the Maxwell's ability to stand up; nothing could better demonstrate our
ROPERTY DAMAGE WORKMAN'S COMPENSATION I : certainty that you will be pleased with the steamline body, the splendid appearance, the ready motor, the electric starter

.. I'I''' and lights, the demountable rims. Lots of power. All for $655.


Georgia Casualty CompanyGEO.

s Auto :Inn

A. HUTCHINSON, General Agent.
Corner Orange and Central W. D. WAY, Manager Phone 626
Orlando, Florida

Room 4 and 6 Watkins Block Phone 700

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ORLANDO IS FAST PROVINGITS W C. T, U. NOTES house is controlled by froma .
, electricity . . . .1..n. . . . .. .
NAME switchboard safe on short a mile
The proverbial "straw showing and a quarter distant. t
which the wind blows" is not One of the big motion picture studios
"City Beautiful"There more conclusive way than are two words in New Jersey is using a stage "No Nursery Tree Is A First-Class Tree

showing how the influence of the W. mounted on a turntable so that it can
have been over 10 miles of C. T. U. has permeated all walks of face the sun at all hours and eliminate
brick streets put down within the undesirable shadows.
life. Thirty-eight ago a
city limits in the past year borderedon of "white ribbon" was adopted as the I' For navigators an instrument has *T' j Unless Budded
each side by concrete side walks, badge of this organization. Todaythe been invented by which a true course
which will be eompleted this winter. term of "white ribbon" U used to between points can be found on a
Jleautlful homes demand beautiful describe everything and everybody II chart and converted into a compass from Bearingtrees
sidewalks and streets and it takes connected with the temperance and course without computation
all three to make a beautiful city. prohibition movement, regardless of I A gasoline englne'opernted! paving
It a |good sidewalk has not been "1*ex, color or previous condition." tamping machine has been Invented of a known
put down in front of your place youare The term "white ribbon measure"U l that travel under UN.. own power and'
not doing your part to make' the used| often when Mil are Intro delivered forty to fifty twenty-two.
city beautiful.Call ducptl 'looking tn the utrrriKthvfllni. of Inch otrokeu u minute with u I IM.'" '"
"prohibition lawn. pound, mm. Quantity and
Out of eighteen electoral, (ronntltu The ,tort.nr.t, lineal, descendant'
the tncle Into which Newfoundland' ,Ix, of Confucius IK living In the Chinese,
ORLANDO CONCRETE= divided eleven are reported! to have town in which the founder of the Chi. t Quality of Pro
WORKS given more than the forty per rent nene religion was Imrn and where he
of votes for prohibition. More than WAS buried twenty-five centuries ago.
and get figures on all classes of concrete four times AM many votes for the
work. amendment than against it-24,965 GOES TO TAMPA FOR STATE''' cluction..O.W.

for 6,318 against.Campaign GOLF TOURNAMENT;
I'hone 495: 401 Long St.
for Dry Bo"tonThe Representatives of the Orlando Conner.Trees
citizens of the "]tub of the I Country Club left yesterday for Tampa .
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Universe" are to vote on the liquor where they will participate in the
question on December 14. Major Dan state -rmmpionship tournament which like these will work for you while you sleep. They can't be '
Convinced"Yes Morgan Smith, formerly attorney for will be held at that place DecemberS grown overnight; it takes time. Contract for YOUR supply NOW.

the Model License League and now to 11. Entrants are going to Tam-
," said the specialist as he field for the Anti-Saloon
secretary pa from all parts of the state. In
stood by the sick contractor, 1 can
cure you" League, is leading the spirited cam- yesterday's party were Messrs. A. C.
"What will it cost," asked the sick paign being conducted in the classic Hart, S. Y. Way, T. R. Cadenas, L. H. Two years ago in their advertising and by actual demonstration THE OCKLAWAHA

man faintly."Ninetyfive. dollars." city, and is awakening its conserva- Gedge P. C. McNeill, J. R. Yearby NURSERIES began to educate the public as to what really constituted a real first-class

"You will have to shade your pricea tive citizens to a sense of their responsibility J. F. Mathews, and Dave Davidson. nursery tree of citrus fruits. The public when shown in our test groves what could be accomplished -

little" replied the contractor. "I" in ridding it of the liquor by planting trees as they are grown in our nurseries began to call for yes, DEMAND -
got a better bid from the undertaker. traffic.J. ..
The specialist stood pat on his price R. Park, treasurer of the Pres- ORLANDO SECURITIES COMPANY trees that were properly propagated TODAY nurseries that have not been in ex-
and his competitor got the job. OPENS FOR istence five years, are clamoring "PEDIGREED" for their strong suit in
We are specialists in our line of byterian board of temperance, says BUSINESSThe nursery proauc-
work and sanitary conditions prevail.It .the liquor traffic is the curse of mis- Orlando Securities Companyhas tion. What would YOU do in their place, Mr. Planter? Why of course you would sell your

side.will pay you to stay on the safe sions. "In China the government is opened the new office in the trees and adopt the surest method. But you are a BUYER, not a SELLER and YOU ARE

careful to label all poisons, and it is Guernsey block and the company under interested in the very best result you can get from your grove when you have spent your
Orlando stated that the liquor shipped from the management of W. A. Riddle time and money to bring it into bearing.
this country Is labeled 'The Jesus
is ready for business. The display Then do not be mislead claims
Poison." The English government, by intended for that purpose alone, but buy your trees where
Steam Laundry through its agents, in some places tn products window of is the attractively soil. Many dressedin a you are absolutely safe. Get them from the OClLA AHA NURSERIES, the originators
India and elsewhere' has been known of practices In for the
passerby! has stopped and looked at proper propagation express purpose of producing the one thing
FRENCH DRY CLEANERSLAUNDKRER3 to forbid the ot-pflhlffltion of temper, the products.OPENS Florid heeds In the market, first-class fruit and plenty of it,

PHONE 88 the hhte natives societies hunt, which the drink aim trt habit protect, it9< Our trees will cost you more, may be fifteen to thirty eehts mow, but Professor reamers

these fewietiM intetteftitlt! Me NEW OFFICE IN I'HILaI.It' work In California has demonstrated that hit increase: of 60) tier? cent? can be obtained? our

littlitlf (It-irttltlt? Itt Japan drUhkehheogpfHttifftUy i IIUII.lllMl any, ovot'tho? ordinary method? of proittwiion. What (then is the! fifteen? to thirty eenta! in
MF H. it. lIt'uHth; is! Hi the real
S. Helen Graves Wit9 uhkHuwn until\ after\ euml\\l'l\( iiY CATALOGUE 1'1lhhVrite' for it,
e!>t litt@ 'liU*>il\t'ii\ ! has lea>!t'd the two ,
the feVdMien' ef l l&W and when
\ new\
lthampndlnti\ \ <, Manicuring\ Facial 1 Mee.aagP I front f\6m pMtt'N\' in the 1'hillips
Ut.!t. the street
(tf*?lt\I.I.\!{+ trratni! \ l\tJ\ given ijM\'f a drunken 1 seen on building, earner\ of (Tine street t and\
modern w Jlt,entitle I unneinau{ MY the natives 1 P\yi 1 'IIt f@ pomes( i aNEWEST Chris i: Orange avenue 1 MF, Seott came to
treatment\ have given entirely t aatie, tan\
factory rt i 4Hllf An eleetriPdl\' t.QIt Orlando recently from Toronto, Pan Ocklawaha Nurseries
massage i wit! ,lt v.. congestion., I\n ada,
U a. wonderful' pure for neuralgia an

organ in troubles the body, amber tggeeback to An automobile steering wheel that Phone 5 for 0, Wt Canner Proprietor Tangerine: Florida
you good circulation. Just try one I
Prices for switches of the best quality can be slid forward and upward on FISH AND OYSTERS
on aplication. Apointmenta can its steering column has been invented G. G. WRIGHT Orlando Florida
be made by phone 679, Hours 9 to to give a driver more room to Fresh Every Day Agent, |
12 a. m.; 1to6p.m. enter or leave his seat. ,
YowrlLDuekworth Building The power to operate the fog signals I ((
Reom No. 1 Orlando Florida fend light in a new German light- 39 West Church Street .>ttMMMilMliliiiiliMIIMIMiliiMMIMiMMiMMMMMMMIIIMIMMIilMWatkins +.


Bldg. Schultz Bid?.

Suite 1 and S Suite 6 and 7


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AT $125 PER LOT V ..

SIZE 50X188

The NEAREST and best LOCATED tots in the city of Orlando for less than $400.
68 of these lots were sold during the last two seasons from $200 to $425 per tot. *
This special offer is fully 50 per cent. less than market value, and the purchaser gets the benefitof
the reduction.If .

you want the credit of doing something good for Christmas, give your wife one of these lots
and give some portion of the 50 per cent which you will save by buying one of the above lots to
some charitable cause.

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'l t &6o I EACH

TERM8I( $15 cash, $10 per month

The cheapest lot8 in Orange) County today




A Rex Daniels WALTER W. ROSE

Salesman "Satiified client road my business a luecets."

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i : \) : .- .. 251 SENTINEL WANT ADS ARE READ BY 10,000 KowMUmSAM3 : ------$2.50---

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I I, FOU UIMT Furnished flat furnished. I I.i It \ H R. BERRY .

I housekeeping; also large
II I l bed I ruunis; 1 Lloik from center of
town. 'M'J Palmetto street. U-'JT-tfc: -
MODHL K1NUI ItlARTEN, primary A complete line of Ford Accessories
room, First Methodist church telephone -
221: or call 14 Eat Jackson r ; n staff of expert mechanics
street. JU-20-tfc I FOR SALEA
----.--- to rehder satisfaction In ail

l FOU I11.Nt-hr f the s-nsoht hiohUi; JustRttl t lihea bf AuluhiobiteVlllenHlilHtf tte ItitIFlVUik1
I br } dFbhu istnlFflat\ for llRhltiU

t1Feg51 ekeeHfilft.eje\ He i nlrt lights.fth i bthef\ rbbblsi I; lrtih) {aha Itt EtateTHAPY : Oih nail flue lot BB ft by 130 ft on

,ill tP: Anti t t I : h l. tit!e!: SOliU@, and fail: afid: ijUi\f@

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Pfi@@S; I 8. W@At tSt. $2300
t1AtHt+i 1H K, itiFy lit:
.i HIF* t h ttl nt.$rtnr 1#@FetliPPIIy tsr4 11tEBbiRF fr4fftst: IFPPiPS bI1tRIlauF =
fake) rFHflml' m mm 4 rtl. fH11: + figtl ,
Hf tPIh'' f .l14.H h: liA P,1tF11: i }ltiEa* i pflvir Fi *hfc|irgi, *h.wP4
l-lHt ffigerHl&rs, j altKrallans ftrttl For Nine Years! I
;+f M @iPing FAA m: ice I : ei NeF
dcescit.n4ln I : n r i, ;\ 4)MopSW)' k PP ft RHW P/. ,
}} :}G-mot r dg4 rll hAf Ipe enll\ eit lH.t skilled}S( JasE| tarVwen 1h4FEh street.ponst t4ly' }on 3-3-nlgt= n4n4 Wti have been in business at the C. A HOVEY
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FOR b 11f. ; with-seal- I mata k. same location, Comer of o4th}
1 FOR I R PNT-Summer pottage;
t'OR OH ItirNTIIy owner, anew guile of four rooms with 3 'rr-ialty: of deeds, mortgages,, : Main and! Church Streets
Price rea
/ etc. very
huneulow with six i 3 flat for light housekeeping leases> contract
modern also room
with bath telephone, so nub(8. Mrs. H. n. Leake, 45 East! I
large rooms, hall, bath, every ; electric lights, 11-9-lmoc Phone 26Leading
(:convenience to make a desirable home; attractive grounds. alE per month \Pine street. Phone 179. I
nice lot; desirable location near l Cherokee; price reasonable; house ll-2d-lmc
will Ie l completed latter part of No FOR RENT-Urge pleasant fur-I I and Garage I Iii
vember. AUo have a six room cut- nished rooms, with private CLINT BASSPHONE
taea and n smaller bungalow, with close in. 3U2 North Orange avenue.
price and terms to suit purtliuxtr.Have 11.20-3wksc :I 87S Advertise in the Sentinel
also several furnished room fur --'--
rent. Address. Kentucky Home, 611 -"OR- RENT: -Within two block of Weat Jefferson StreetS"ee..or
1'almer street, Orlando. I'hone jgti. Florida Sanitarium 5 connecting. ii Tampa[ SpecialVIA S
11.1' .lmo. I I room, nicely furnished. with groundfor to I
j ; six rooms;: garden. price $25.00:! () per month. I ,
FOR SAI.K}: -'Pvu'lJinjr. Address Mm. 1 IL '1'. Moon, Fonnomi, Hand! Wood Company
practically. new, IIi,'" cunditiwnMtn Fori.ht.-12.7.t:! <:
1 lawn, U'ltrini citrus fruit trees, TOUCH, \ Hammond & Gore
mid shrubbery, near Luke Cwlu: verydesirublu FOR RENT----Suite: of room, complvtety Wood of All Kinds
locution. $luoo. tprniu.AiUreM ,
"Owner," Box 33: Orlando, I I in choice part furnished of city.for Gun;houwkceping, eU-ctrcity,., PKOMI'T SitKlClt Atlantic Coast Line FUNERAL" DIIIECTOKS: AND) EMIIALMEKS; :

|.'ltt. -11lttlmocFOU -- I heat, hot water, u small porch, ?:',., ll1&JiSONUllUl1CUJ' -
SA1.C One new 1 )16 Inuring per month. oil Standard Railroad of the South
body, top, windshield and lamps.A 12-7-rot._ Heal Values Low 1'riceg
hurICu,". Act quick. Ford Garage, FOR RENT- TurnJched, pleasant Rclnaugurated Nov. 15th.16thScheduleDaily
209 South Orange avenue. 11.13ticFOR suite of light housekeeping rooms, COMPARE
-- - - bath in connection; electric Outof Ten ,-
on first floor, Nine
SALE AT UAIICA1N lights and telephone; garage if
Or will rent completely furnished desired; private family. 312 North OUR FURNITUREWe
new, modern and attractive home, Main street. 12-5-lmoc people will mention the Model if t.v. Ar.
pretty lawn and shrubbery, near, bath, I -- asked where a good meal may 12:45: p. m. Tampa 4:00 p. m.
Kola; two stories five rooms FOR RENT=Large two story furnished 1:20 m. Plant City 3:25: p. m. provide the quality of furniture that has long been accepted
and summer p.
4 sciceced sleeping porch, Owner, Box dwelling, modern conveniences be obtained at a reasonable and 1:38: p. m. Lakeland 3:07 p. m. by knowing furniture buyers as the standard of merit. If

dining call room.at 312 Address Broadway. two sleeping porches Jackson, two moderate price. And these nine _:,,2 p. m. KIssImmee: 1:01 p. m. an article is here it is good. It wouldn't be here were it otherwise.We .
or from postolfice corner
:39" U-l0-dw-tf locks 3:22 p. m. Orlando 1:20 p. m. of the foundation
clear it is
Jas. A. Knox. I can't make this point one
and West streets. are right.If 4:05 p. m. Sanford 12-13 p. m.
FIn SALE-, OU TRADE- --for good 11-21-tf we fed but ten people we 5:54: p. m. l'alalka 10-11: p. m stones of this business and that means much to any bujer.

automobile, 10 acre tract, 7 acres, 6 FURNISHED- -ROOMS- -- --Also lower could not do so at 23c:; each; but 7:30 p. m. Ar. Jack'lle Lv. 9:15 a. m

closed and under fence, fruit trees all con of 1'ullmalBroiilerObserYation
barn ando flat for light housekeeping hundreds we can
rom house, Irrigating plant, brick veniences. 211 East Jackson street, if we serve ; Parlor Cats, A. C McNEILL & DAVIS BLOCK
-\ge,Address 0 miles"Trade from ,"city care on of theSe near Methodist church. 12-2-Ct and do. I. Free Reclining Chairs Cars, Standard ,
and Comilnation
V'estibuled COAches -
'IUnet, Orlando, Fla H-t8-lmoC TO RENT: -Large room, with board, We have made it possible fort Coach and! Baggage/ Cars. Corner Orange Are, and Church Street Orlando, Florida
suitable for two people." Reasonhlile. person to live well m Orlando I
>-\t. _A good five room house, lose in. I I
F! All \ehletices.
fine rendition, in Rood location! 1'hune 40il.12ltre tt n moderate Cost
213 I l East
h and eul.l wateri' three to M at a l'At-the' :! Our :Ut5:! cent regulars} Md 15Htd For Information Call tin>

t.11t foe, quick. t.uyeifull II-2tl-Ire! t'lillt llliChtl Rood. ttll theOyateri W. I). WHITE,, 1)I T. A. I

M' l'40ll}' HNNf-.IJlUlti!: airy tuutrtl t'lIlII"$ Innew tI IHli, W H O'NBAL, G. I1. T. A, Want Ad in the Sentinel
''tWII..I+ II llUltttll gtpty Try a
.; ilht.tlli. II t.
t '\1.11I I lane !I141n-tit' lent i \unatt'plle' 1 1 tae Hllllllllllljf"! "t Oflttmlo)
1 Jed, In (llM.T'j --! :hll.lt Milt'' Jitllll 111I't! kittltettalla\ () ( freih every lny. ---
- ,, If foiled I l. t1I! 4blll11l1Iltl. "1'llHMHWANTKU sing:
-I-r"ltllf"IF inittnalk4
t 111111''in, { l4All I -co,. titinled, t'lIII\II! 'des, ""fill III heel,:, -\III..Iifl: -- I Id-.Iiltl s:== ;J 111111>( I'e I :1 I ItP4 I I1 ( I & II I I II 'ICIl

A, l""II\(. H'l-HtJ 1 ) .

I'lJU HAMl-On 1IIIr\'lIlIii.lerrIlF\ Adlie.s A- NlIP.itlllll: "Ii 1"I\\.et'l.er\ \ ,
(Inderttuml, I t IpeWSher| rhea Hbbiatitnt III uf-
,liB-IJto! salesman in ;
, Its IU.\: Any I
hult'lII' new '
lii-u IIr
ilaiu ,....IIshlel el. AddiesaP.
t'lllt HNLP.itIi-I'. htlth and' c lf"ins| lenity. O. Ilex| H51I, Ihlundu\.' I'lu.la The Model Cafe
milts nf "' nn : -7-It*
Castle\ ruad. J"s. tt tlrtllll. HI- -ut. -..- t
.. WANTEU-lloarilers, good clean OHUA.N'DOCement
house, with for the |d l and 97
FOU MAtH-I.'he room' rooms' '
t.t1l Wale! and KUa east side| Kin Hummerlln street. I'" a
goo,4I heijjhhnrhotidl, ten minutes Walk 12.7-lit' Sleffions'Ineiy
From tlU8t ltltl!. fou' rttjh, balancepaey ...._ r --'"' Anntlte Plaster and Lime
NT---I''utnished\ IIII\II', by
Mont" lll
payments, imiulre ': tnery 'tlit"
I Until Ih, liltthd .,\lun, t'huhe! 111ft.1 year sir seflstttii t'tltllI'f Mngnulifiaiul I.AIHKH'; ATM a
I 13-tl="l. I Ctimoi-ill ftpvpn CIIII.DKIIN'H HATH 'Jw@
==- -==- i.nnh, trtiHBP, ttde, !i, hot water: A '\isiyJI
HAI.M-Phwir.l Inrnhatorhruml' '!: Idst I: _l''nnenlhi I iiett iltmr.el I Ia\ =j=.lttt otter a h&U'e feleeUtin of
Will _
ere! coupe'! tliHHtUttixl \ !11brel,I t'his'hane'' ., I )=' '=-=TRll c: kinds=of i rop= I toadies( | Vflvpt lUti at tJUO), |3,60)( ,

.'hi,''''', White\ Ittl (ltAfI\Ii, Anes.ails WANTht fHf=eels or rent I hut having 1100:( |500(), ffl:00,
lUiiHla) Island to' furnish lien mart, ; ftpplierttion for houses, fur: Chll4ren JUts 11.00, ;,50 ,millp,

l II4)erM pullets\ will guarantee now laying, 7U1' \ Weft nuhetl anti unfurnished I will I* Our styles: 'are PO: goo|-:-Bn4, OHprices ,
or CenirHl' 13; -6-dt glad to l list what you have reasonable that you wilt "I Am Not A Slave To MyKitch.en"
avenue_ _ .....-=7 11, U. Leake, 45 Kt Pine! streeUI'hone : are eo:
FOIL RAZE-; .FOR RENT-UOUiell, Hit, JO-8-dWTmo_ _ find} our store the }best place In the
furnished and! unfurnished! Also -- WANTEIExperiencedstenographer city for millinery,
Call and see what POSITION
some splendid where
desires position
1 have to offer before you buy or executive ability and hard Siemens' Millinery
45 East Pinsetreet brains,
rent, llre.11. B, Leake advancement. $100
will gain
or 312 Uroadway, I'hone 179. month. Address Stenographer, Store
10-8-dw.lmo 12-5-6tc
care .

FOR roadster SALE, recently OR EXCHANGE-Buick overhauled and LOST Best and Promptest \
repainted. Will sell for cash, or will Mary Sunshine finds that her all-gas-kitchen gives

exchange for a lot. or for a larger LOST-Small open faced watch, on

car Write Auto 1'. 0. Box 869. pin, between hotel. Monogram Lake Lucerne L. B.and 1...the on Auto Livery I her the greatest freedom. She does her Christmas shopping without a worry. When

12-7-Ct back.Empire Return to Orlando Bank and Service 1 she returns a turn of a valve starts her dinner cooking-even before she takes off
AUTO BARGAINS-1912 Kco touring Trust Co. and receive reward. I

car, .. doors, good repair, tiresnearly 11-3-tfc her
nefirst party here with b-PASSENGER j wraps.
$100 gets it. Also a cylinder LOST-A Black overcoat Saturday
with light truck body, $:0. Heo\\ nijjht. Either on Pine or Church St.
bargains. Geo. E. Bates & Reward for return to this office. |

are Son V ?,.tf Altamonte Springs, Florida. I -12-7 3tLOSTl.lewellyri: vkhite'and I I I' BUICK CARWe "My Gas Range is my servantnotmy

setter dog,
FOR SALE:-Three sows, one t.- ar,1 black spots. Please return toM.
little all full Christ building, Orlando -
anal nineteen pigs I : :M. Smith,
t.I",.tu-d Poland China, from regis- or Winter Park. 12-5-'Uc call anywhere at any timeGordjn1s

ai sale Transfer Co requires so little of my time and energy to prepare appetizing meals on my Gas
for or
rent nice and close in. 1'. O. Box I to the pleasure of making my house a I
; 12-3-Ct Phone 105.; Rock Bldg.. Room 3. I II Range that I can devote myself so more
115) Ave. Phone 487'HAULING
Call and sec us if interested in real 201 S. Orange
estate. UUsell or exchange, prop- OF All KINDS truehome."
FOR: RENT erty. Rentals carefully attended to. I :

FOR RLNT-Nicely furnished rooms,
in new, modern home; one-half AT CHRISTMAS you will be proud Pansy Plants, Rose ;
Anderson street, near St. if made at
Wock rom to give photographs !
Luk lt hospital. Reasonable rates for I Evans, No. 102 North Main, one block Bushes Petunia
the season. 406 Margaret street. north of court house. Make the ap- I I
'O- -tf pointment now. Phone 125. I
FOR RENT-Three rooms at For- -
mosa. Inquire at Formosa post- BRING YOUR CHILD-I am preparing your orders here
office.( l --Gt. a great display of children'sphotos
for the fair. Want every GAS DEPARTMENT
FOR RENT: --Large boarding house; child. No cost to you. Every child
also rooms and board; rooms for eight years and under, negatives made I
light housekeeping. Everything com free on Wednesdays and Saturday .Net Dell Florist.
forUblt. Inquire 410 Margaret street. Howard's Studio. 1.11-16-tf .
The Iroquols. 12-C-Ct
Umbrellas t covtrea and repaired I J. M. CARUTHERS
FOR RENT Attract! bu1ne' "while you wait" ax Young RepairShop

room.." 8*. 11. It. Berry, at the IMLtf lord 21 E. Pine. at. There 80$. 40S feath Uk 8i _r A


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TliiiiiMIMIPrepare . . . . . .

Mr. Wm. Weir, of Wheeling' W.
Va., is among recent arrivals in the
city, registering at the San Juan ho-

Mr. M. B. Craig, the popular' representative -
of Sharp & Dohm, whole-
TO ] sale druggists, Baltimore, spent yesterday -
THE in Orlando calling on the

.:DEPOSITOR trade. for
For unusual and artistic gifts, go _
: to the Tuttle Gift Shop. 1-12-8-tfc 't'

Mr. John H. Mueller, of Gotha, was "
MODERN DAY METHODS and conservative among the well known citizens of

old time safety are factors that gov- matters West Orange at the looking county metropolis after business yes 1"f" AUTUMN OF LIFE"By

ern in the management of this bank. terday.Mr. .

Now, just as they always have-for pro-
gress. and Mrs. James I). Hitty, of -
Richmond, Va., are recent arrivals in
State Bank is a commercial bank, .
Orlando and are making their home ,
having the resources, connections and
experience -
at the San Juan hotel during their saving a definite
necessary for the surer protec- sojourn.

tion of its depositors interests. Successful amount each week. We '
commercial activity is largely dependent Savings checks are good as gold. :
Ask for them whenever you buy any- have several
upon banking service and the co-oper- thing! 11-11-tf : plans.
ation of a strong bank is an important .
business asset. I Mrs. F. V. Humphries and Miss : us explain them
Ruby Dillard, of Winter
accompanied :
Largest Hank Hetween Jacksonville and
I .
Commissioner Dillard to
Tampa. i Orlando yesterday and spent the day
greeting friends and shopping.Mr. .

THE and !Mrs. It. M. Fitzgerald, of The
STATE BANK I Crafton, l'a.. are among the recent Peoples National Bank"It
arrivals in Orlando for an Indefinite
OF sojourn. While here they are making Is A Pleasure To Serve You'
their home at the !Buh Jtmh hotel.

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Judge/ I F"i Ai Wlilthrttlit tJfH.tllh4+, .
) \\9 |Itltloitlihlt't'F< ( (the frill MM( Hf
l I JI!} III t Kit HI.Hill Hltllt! fliF! Uhil\ $,!t flHllllf! ,
in ,pierce' (of Judge tVihiiia. to nluhnlIu4
II = h i4.Itt. i Htrtjr.. i4 HII fit/t;! / 1''luau/ t
hotel\ I, t t tt tt
pf Mr.the if.Winston-Salem H. PQrbeH|) general' a6'ent lH... ............. ..... .... ................. ..... .. .. .. .. .. ......lH.twii'iNi' i
foulhllo41111railway : ,

1TJ1 J Pt AOOKHUPMOBILE kith headquarters! in Jack- .... .. ..I..t..8 \.t'.I..4.. ...
sonville, was among the well known
HAYNES transportation men spending yesterday -
Dealer in Orlando.

HIIPPEL DOS N Fish and oysters received daily.
II. M. Sell & Co. MO-6-tfc

ServiceNew The train which reached Orlando
yesterday afternoon from the North, JUST RECEIVED
better known as the Tampa Special,
was crowded with passengers. About %

_. doubtless forty some will odd IMJ so got well otf pleased here that and Some of those reliable STUDEBAKERS, 40 Horse i !
== they will remain.
Power Touring Cars '

Savings checks are accepted as cash
in the savings department of the
Peoples Naticnal Bank. 11-11-tf $960.00 f. o. b. Orlando

Mr. and Mrs. A. J. :Snyder have ar
rived in Orlando from Glens Falls,
N. Y., and are pleasantly located at
601 East Amelia avenue. This is
their first visit to this city and they

1 came remaining here for with the winter.the expectation of San Juan Garage Company jj

Ford Home
Beautiful Christmas gifts at the
Tuttle Gift Shop second floor Yowell-
Now Open Duckworth building. 1-12-8-tfc Orlando-Daytona

i I *
Mr. and Mrs. D. T.
209-11 South Orange Avenue McNeill have
Telephone 386 arrived from Detroit, Mich., where .
they have been spending the summer,
and at present are making their homeat
the San Juan. They are the own-

18-New 1916Fords ers of a large and flourishing grovein t+.11111.111..111111"11",11,111,1,1,11.,11.1.1I ill I II1II I1111 11I11 I" .
the Gotha neighborhood.Ride .

on the road. Place your order now 18-18-tf Hamrick's jitney bus. 6c. MMIMIMIIIMIIMIMMIIiMIMIK 'I''. MIMMMMMMIMMMM MMMIC KPH
and avoid disappointment.

-Make this Ford Home Your Ford Horne. N.Mr.J. and Bryson Mrs., of C. Jacksonville Bryson and' Mrs.are I Who Will Be Your Executor?

among the recent arrivals in Orlando.
F. G. RUSH They are visiting points of interest
i in South Florida and while sojourning ANSWER NO. 2
I here are making their headquarters I Your estate may be materially impaired as a
I at the San Juan hotel. direct trustee.result of the appointment of an executoror

The women of the Cathedral Guild
L __ -- Mill hold their nnnual bazar at the When an individual appointed

.. . . . ''MMIIIIMIHI- I Chapter.lY-1-itc(louse, December 8th. The financial responsibility! !! ts I!! generally weaker '. ,,4 r ,

It I Is!! Usually provided in drills! that the pel-son
Till& NtiWUMT, Mh M. It \\>htfoHh.{ of Atkinson. nominated to serve us!! p*rutof shall. be eacusedfrohi : t't ,
N. II. ...
U; nmnne the titi!'!int> "i..itotlt giving ts+hd4, t
IS NIL\'t 1t11 tlltly. .1I N't.. Llt1' spending. cp\'prnl I ln.V" in .Otlninl". MrU t
When surety bonds afe *tippliett t, it I is at the *>\- .
enrol{ {111. win ,
U retlMpt-pi! ,
at} the'Ah + S
) NOVmilMeoiMniilly () ;
..IIItHhllh.l!, t'lflha In *(1"1111| cijhlts t pehee of the estate, ahd! theft tohly partial' mU- ,

1It1111 + in titui'li( !! tilth the luttding f=llvriitiitti t d,(}".. III 'ihi. ppriin IlIlIklll} i 11PI' fit)' BgAlfiot i IUM i iShpn ili ffitiIJ, ,
Mini jpttd 1':{'t'iitrtpmeii. (of the country, lHlI' PL ttwk( ) tai: nlwn:* \ 'I'j'jtpH, ltnh it MPWHIPP ht {IlIttl..fllll{ !" \ { A t>y!'t CONitphl" jj ptsll'@tsJI I = r. ' '+
I"t1t11'11I.r( II/H'\/ with thy( l tM t Myle: In t llI'nHt rings/ The t fiaftitiie advantage ef strung financial I re- ,
b1'nt'aidts, t-ht( I in Ihwrifk'a! *1Mi'. IMs ene
/ 1i.PfI.jt.ility, ii 1i{: Yr:4.
hoer I I milpi ,t..r l1lJt: .-!J.tff
When nnw nml l tamitiful( Mima I : are created{I, =-==
we are A kind which has behind it the
entire financialstrength '
nmnnJr, the fin>t "Mow, / *:: in the country to "how, them, Vow\ The fallowing reprebenfative J :! citizens of the Institution i is always' filed with Ni1r
never huy ont-of-thda a wtidna here, of Ocote were in Orlando
)'esterIh ..
the Probate Court t .
at N,1 r *l |It>> the fMe$ ,
Our displays for Christmas:: will Interest, you, There X y attending the meeting of the
ore some, very new ami very beautiful now1tioi-some? board t of county commissioners.Messrs Answer NO, S win appear in a subsequent issue I 'I f a ,
thing to please everyone to whom you want to give, Come T. NButner, T. C. Hawthorne of this newspaper t ,es t u 1'1
early and choose while the wide assortment offers the C F. Kiblack, W. J. Minor,
best opportunity. Geo. F. Dann Wm. ,
Taylor B. L. Gnf-
Come in
time and
any freely ask for further
You'll not be disappointed at this store. We see to ' fin J. P. Hawthorne, and Tom Seegar information on this vitally important subject
They were endeavoring to settle their tx
You welcome
are always and our offices: are always -
differences on the road leading from glad to advise
Ocoee Minonille and past the

T. H. EVANS cemetery. Doctors The Orlando Bank & Trust Company

Buckiniisler & Brtlllda ere Orlando Florida
at Personal K1rk vlll instruction., Mo.: under Dr. StiU Capital, Surplus and Profits $111,000.00ALWAYsALmT

132 S. Orange An", above Peoples

National Sink. Pboo 67$, ot''' .., ... . .. ....- I..t..1..

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