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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 9, 1915
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Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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0 THE MORNING SENTINEL 4





VOLUME THREE. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, THURSDAY I DECEMBER 9, 1915.
NUMBER 258.




' S. DEMANDS DISAVOWAL, REPARATION





AND INDEMNITY FOR ANCONA OUTRAGE



I


NOTJ CJOVT.( ()..: HUNT AFTKIt TO TUKMDAYCAIIINKT AUSTRIAN) ( PETITION OF THE ORlANDO lEGISLATION FOR S SECOND DAY'S' SESSION OF CONGRESS


(' : ,HUSSION: ( Will CONSIDER

I '- TELEPHONE CO. IS THE ORANGE GOUNIY

GERMANS[ PlAN INVAsION OF iNDIA GRANTED NEUTRALITYPlANNED

CIRCUIT COURT EMERGENCY REVENUE
BIllS
Hug A rut), of ,(100,000 Turk' -- -

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1Vashinglanl* Ufll, q-A "iIf8f&ij Ihtrq un italdenee I I'ItttnAre OP C'AIIINKT Only THU Criminal tend I 11 -
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; Af\J4f\\! { \ 111 IIR Aactrian\ Hatot Will III IINhtlr = Term=(lrand itJNlINtlj: :;| NNTAPreviously (l\lI i Plltil.. WA.H( T \XtNU; HKVKNUR; ; (

( submarine> has l lIportt1 ON
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by Been-tary tansin' = [ CASES *

1WM learned today that the note 11'\ the matter pf the petition> the Pireuit court which convened in CONTINUED,
war, pent following Twesdsy'n cabinet" OrtMHtq Telephone' for
company per Ort n"q Tuesday rooming for the fall
Figure in
meeting: mission to readjust j its rates for local DjsfusMon by 1'resl
term, with Judge p. Whitney, of GEN lEQSUlPl COME lATER
The demand made on Austria are? exchange service, the state railroad dent Wilson .and His Aids Arcadia, presiding, and the ,interests

That that government disavow the commission has granted ,its permis- at National Capital of the state being looked after in
net, sion for the change in rates in
an criminal matters by State's Attorney President Wilson Estimates the
That reparation and indemnity be order which follows, in part: YesterdayWashington
Jos. II. Jones
of this city, started on Deficit
for the
** * Coming
tha It is therefore
given Americans concerned. considered, its second
That .'ilssuranees be given that there ordered and adjudged by the railroad Dec 8.-Methods of The following day is the yesterday grand morning. Year Would He
jury:
will be *no repetition of such war- commissioners of the state of Florida forcing American neutrality legisla
L. L. Payne, foreman P. A. Horn $112,000,000Washington
,
that from and after the 1st day of tion if necessary to insure punish- I
fare.That clerk; R. W. Logan, J. H. Wilkerson,
ment of all who
> the submarine commanderwho January, 1916, the following rates plot against American I 1C.
F.
industries Johns, J. W Wilmott, Paul Dec. Immediate
was guilty of the outrage ba are prescribed as reasonable and just or institutions through action
international Macy, Phillip Dale, Clinton Hastings, S toward securing the necessary
his charges, tolls rentals be movements, and the
or to
punished by observed
government. 1
Frank R. Pounds, T. II. Smith, J. T. revenue to replenish the exhausted
Austri 's unsatisfactory explanation and in force at Orlando, Flor- Boy-Ed and Von Papen and Von Kellar, Frank Ityres,'R. II. Lockhart I: reported . . . . .$: "OO treasury was decided upon today at

whi{ h conflicted with official reports ida, to-wit: Nuber cases 'were considered at an George Crawford, II. C. Harrold, B. 1 V. 1\. Estes . . . . . . . 5.00 a conference between Secretary Mc

ofj United States consuls at; Business phones, $3.50 per month. extraordinary session of administration B. Canada, A. M. Wofford. J. C. Patterson . . . . . . . 5.00 I Adoo and Representative Kitchin
Algiers, and Marseilles. and Residence phones $2.00 month. officials today. Yow ellDuckworthRuth . . .
-Naples per I The following is the selection . . . 3.00 chairman of the and
the report of Ambassador Page at Party lines, 50 cents per month Secretaries Lansing, McAdoo, Garrison the petit jury for the week of r Brown . . . . . . . 1.00 '"_ __:...__ __ T">__ways__ _ .' ,meansVWLU.LLCG

Rmm .. a nrbmnted-, - the_n_ .nroteL-n_':_ less for each phone than the rates Gregory- and Burleson were A.:. U. ISranham, T. L*. Hancock: ueo. ,.\.-. \.\.- ,"_.L'___ . . . . . . _ .I.UU__ I I'L After the anu conference vrinwiULiw, Kitchin leaaer.said

The United States takes the un- above prescribed. i! present. I P. Dearborn, R. E. Ivey, J. P. Taylor, B. T. Kuhn .... . . . . . . . 1.00Dickson.lves I that bills continuing the present

qualified.jtosition' that it has been established "The foregoing rates are prescribedand !that The the only announcement made was: J. Klinet, S. P. Hull, C. F. Livengood . . . . . . . 5.00 ,' emergency war tax, which expires

that the Ancona was at- allowed upon condition that com- conference had discussed L. C. Lock, M. P. Irvine, J. W. Two Believers in Santa . . . 2.00 December 31, and continuing the
tacked without mon battery service will be used. '"domestic affairs which have bearingon Robert
warning.It and Wray Nicholson I
Pounds .2.; of
international J. A. Harris, A. Jaillett, A. present duty one cent per pound
is a7so held "Done and ordered by the railroad matters.
established
as the 1M. Hancock, J. D. Prescott A. L. Mc- I on sugar, which otherwise would expire -
fact that the ship was fired upon commissioners of the state of Florida, 'I C. K. Pomeroy. Total . . . . . ._ . . . .S15w5; ; May 1, 1916, will be introduced
while life boats in session at their office in the MARION COUNTY IS DRY BY 230 i
filled city of
were being with
I I .
Chief of interest in matters before at once, and these measures. he said,
passenger Tallahassee, this 7th day of December .J following; years of effort on the! the court yesterday afternoon was In a day the Santa Claus Fund has ,I' will be pressed before the Christmas
A. D. 1915. part of prohibition advocates in thati reached 4525. Letters with checks
the holidays.
suit of Miss: Belle Leake against I Ii
Germans Concentrate Forces "R. HUDSON BURR, Chairman. i county Marion voted to prohibit the 1 'i, Col. T. J. Watkins for $25,000: damages I from young and old, who desire to I, The continuance of these two seriesof

London;} Dec. 8.-With the Serbian I sale of intoxicants Tuesday by a ma for injuries alleged sustained by spread the good cheer of Christmas income will give the government
KILLED A FINE DEERHorat'e jority of 230 votes, with but one or I were received today and added to the
armies in retreat behind the Albanian i I her eyes as a result of plaster drop- during the remainder of the present
and Mont -negrin frontiers it is reported I two minor precincts to be heard from j i ping in one during the time some I list. It is not the idea of charity but fiscal year, $56,000,000, according to
E. Alleman, a former stu- While the actual voting followed a .: the SPIRIT OF CHRISTMAS that
the bulk of the German and I work was being done to the building treasury department calculations.
dent of the Orlando high school shot campaign of several weeks of unus- owned we desire to enlist your aid and i This will leave
Bulgarian armies is being concen- by Col. Watkins. Miss Leake your congress time to
and killed a fine stag weighing 200 ual excitement, the actual
balloting enthusiasm.
trated against the allied armies hold- ; was employed in the store of Ham i, frame the general legislation necessary -
pounds while on a deer hunt in Pike passed off quietly. Seventeen '
out of What is the Santa Claus Fund!
ing the southeast corner of Serbia. mond & Bunch in the Watkins build- to avert the threatened deficit
i county, Pennsylvania on December the twenty-eight precincts in the' Its purpose is to concentrate into the .
in during
Heavy fighting has been in progress !!: Dickinson & Dickinson repre- next year.This !
there for the+ last few days. 1. He was the only one of the partyof county voted dry, the Ocala precinct pent the plhintlf and Massey & War- one channel what you give for Christmas J deficit, President Wilson said

The fall of Monastir and the southward four to secure a prize and his leading all others in point of major- low the defendant. A warm legal so it can do the most good. I I in his message, is estimated at $112
friends are proud of the ity, but the ratio '
progress of German and Bulgarian very young was greatest i in 1 fight is .being waged over the suit.! CO-OPERATION.: To make the 000000.;
hunter. His adventure as well the Reddick.
forces have placed the north- as I The following is the grand jury movement a success' we must have'<
trophy secured is remarkable for i The election in Marion
wn wing of the French expedition in a i county ends 1 presentment: YOUR help. Will you dress' n doll! |I Want. Income Tax to heath More
boy under 18 of jn long drawn i I
years age. I out fight to vote the
a precarious situation, and withdrawal In Circuit Court, Seventh Judicial If BO, let Miss Corinne Robinson, the I i People
Horace is the
only son of Col. nnd county dry. Recently when several
from the angle formed by the \'" Mrs S. II. Alleman winter residentsof of the East Const counties voted dryit Circuit Orange County, chairman of the committee, know nt i' Washington! D. C.. Doe. K.-Radical
dar and Cortm rivera apparently has: Florida. once. Miss Robinson'a telephonenumber changes in the income tax to reach
Orlando nnd has
many friends was predicted that Marion would
!begun.In here who will welcome him to our < be the next to full in the dry column. To the lion. P. A. Whitney, Acting! i Is 424.: i I thousands not now subject to its provisions
Albania the Serbian nppear incapable city later in the season j then 1'ini-lluiJ, HillMiorouRh and 1\lon.1 Judge of Circuit Court in and for We desire the co-operation and assistance and to improve the machinery

of organized resistance. Even: roe, these Mng the Orange County, Seventh Judicial of every organization, lodge! of collection were suggested! to congress
an orderly retreat is difficult. I1R the only remainingwet Circuit of Florida: and church in the city. The aim of today in the annual report of
counties
TilE WI'\11IEU: I in South Florida. With
Serbians are encumbered with large Marion dry there is not another wet The Grand Jury of the County of all is the same-why not work together Secretary McAdoo an means by which
numbers of civilian end prisoners, Orange submit their general Send In the names to the the rRlt'r.rrt of the additional
For Florida: Thursday fair; moderate county between Tampa nnd Jackson presentments !
chairman
tnd. according to some report, have north winds.REPUBLICANS. ville.HU.MOUH. as follows: of the committee of any revenue needed: to pry for the administration
-seen net upon by Albanians.The We have carefully considered a) j[r family 'OU'ant Santa Claus to visit, national! defense plans can

latest dispatches state that the (.II'. MUTINY UltOUM. matters brought before us and found i:, be provided. The secretary proposed
Drench are bringing heavy guns Into TO SUPPORTPREPAREDNESS I' LESS: true bills in two cases after full and 1WIDOW to tower the exemption limits BO as to

iction In the Btrumltrn section, causing Ran FfrtticNco. lire A.Humors' of thorough Investigation.We OF C. W. POST WIll tn< married persons! with incomes as

the lUilgnHnn!' to rt'tlrt"'lth mutinies of the and abpoihted a committee of eight low AS $1,000: and !single' *persons! with
l'te\v r, Herman
lest Jr losse., A battle of large prolortlons stiles nlmnrtl the Menmet1 Minhesota I to Inspect! the Jail end they report GET $$6,000,000 !; $2,000 Incohies. the etemjitiohS! hoW

Mtt-een the ItulpitHnti nhd I which httte been rurreht oh this roast' that white the Jail is ahtiruated] that are 1,000; end $.1000, tespertktty!
he I FintH-oltrltisli troops* nlijieftrs tog --- : for the +tlli tout't'h the rohtiitiohs trould I t.P itn|"ttP.I It? =
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llhpeb ttit i' tnltwrltjr leitilfr bt tlie-, tluttl'1hlot f.1Htlt.l': t t't..lh..t t it hlllhll'hthlI + I 1(1( rthil, tt-ltittVrtl nf tttHittllii \ + ballet! t': t1 : t'tlst hthtl1+ \\' bf the t Inl! film I UIIH.\ t'' M'tffr aq

(ifrH HH_ III 1. Oltlrl-f .\ftttfrittf + |'tteeitlHil' ttnl-ty tlitit ltth-, tlullt (tlllA tat!|'tntit lif (the ft Mlitt! > 9tt.trlitf <*t. ritttl Hitt_ !Httll! >l? t the It\.lllhht\ t htnhOfnthtFNF I1rt" itltt eel lHItPF ,WI'f: ,' it
Itllhl+1 lit I' q \Frt+ i In, rtttJIM .IIIIIIt'nh.IIUt.. .! eat+tu+It tile t I'I'lepale: III lba l- I'I llMt: II,rFp I IIhl (ttll\llll't \, nf alt -' ;1',1; W*'> fW-MttHttHt'l\ \ t 'hut the 1 wale!. sash ".."I"IH M It' frillllllllllllli/ lit $";auof 'frt.** t+ftHtlfllf I HtMIM+ OHM aatelty.

tFllttl (t'uM.'trtHlHtll'lf'| Mil IllFHMMffnM I i (1'llIt1. nlll IK till .Mf. IM I II t'"hlhll'I Mini l iti I IHII"I: y tb.lets| ( I I... -! 'tjtlt+ ;",l mill; ,::11\111-.1 Jttnl. rte. hare flf the |t"ttlth1'! |'|.IItl! sadto Cite Io":1\1: \ iM) Iii |"'HVH UWM+ lit,*

'' are 'mm I hit' tlifttlul:,' In: IIt1.f'Ihtiitlc, it I..", 1I..t-I'!'"o it out** (if |t"II,||: 'I I'M. Ira+M0 I i- HMlHWWl\ Hi t| ''I'f fiHtMn i\\ fitttlec; ftlHII\IH"1I11$\ iha ib.hlttnn,, ,, ..f. I rwliogld.h all claiis: t ,; far I'iitiI' I itJil+it: 'I 'II'I'f\iltLJ' nlu.;*t+I'!la at f the rNWlly ff i t'l ii

0irll\ + the uryatltattl+n tlf H Nrrat91F94lral : TII.I :"IIfnIII:1I: I 1.4, . t\ biwh iHutM.' tint tie I rct'aireuhuard +I | unr*> rt "Mir ltfM| .. H* I III"\ MtfMlHkf; \ 'I'lI. tilln m its future ;tHfrtlr; \ ilI,1, l pr' intd ., 1'I"t,' 'I -hHtj.|| of iIn.I Henry! (H l li INnit
t w ;n; I llt .i't iiiitil i-
.
\ > 'pre yells t 41'"i f"rrithtrii is i insutficlent he t th6H, 1 10? ,\I wen ) .trc, I. The
I droll (fur' 1glcriltiu0daIis .htt; iliu, Iw-j- !\ "1..1..l HIt! HI< I i is routing: tKan t u !l p'l tonight tNt bhewnuhl! *
; tnH 111 ; Umutiticiui' \ tn.UJ I I 1'rawisco; the fo+"ltl t nnll l hehling furnl.hell the withdraw! trAm the I'oste company, ; plf.ir. H4 a. suweoo ;in every nay,
!
er frank lI\lt : '
was ; aun"il',
'I lit limn I'mj"f'' fllllll'ri-"Ii; i Hw priwmvr scents: 4tj factary.We the cotton manufacturing plant at .the musicians present being charmed,

irinMiiiii... of an army of "iiiii.iiiiit', if I MIi, $ Tltn'iOS$ ) SltnT"\tS: : appointed a committee' of fourto }'qst City Texas. by the masterly' anti sympathetic: jn-
hum ((M.uiii) will he T"t.i-h 1"lonooo -" i t'II'ItlISalll\Ilt, ,, : $ "trt.1St+ 10AITOINT +I Miss Sally Thompson entertained a visit and inspect the County Home, The bulk of the Postum I terpetation of the work of the great

>,d' tnnanlilnd.'r the com- ) SECHETAHVAt : number of friends at her home &n Mho report that they found every- estimated at $20,000,000, compan"j masters,, and congratulating theme

and! of Full! Marshal' Von der Holt West .Pine street last evening i in thing in perfect condition. Mrs. Marjorie Post-Close the only selves anew that Orlando's musical
id officered e\rlu-hely by ( rrmanli. a meeting of the city commissioners honor of Mrs. W .II. Hauls and Mrs We find that the county has been daughter of Post. I circles can boast a member of such

The expedition will start in the held, yesterday morning for J. W. Pritchard, of Tampa, who are free from the commission of high I. Mr. Close has asked for an account- artistic ability as Dr. Hanchett.

ring and will be preceded by a the purpose of selecting a secretary, spending a few days in the city visiting crimes, which condition is a matter ing.Mrs. The program .rendered was as follows .

|rge Turkis advance guard which as suggested by the committee recently relatives. Music and conversation of congratulation.We Post tonight stated that a :

now en to Bagdad. appointed by the commissioners combined to make the evening appreciate the complimentary peaceful settlement has been made 1. Doch Fugue.

I The headquarters has fund in regard to the $5,500 publicity pass pleasantly for all present. remarks of the court in its general and that there will be no litigation. Sonata 2. First Opus Movement 57. of Beethoven's
decided that it
rORe was unnecessary charge to us and feel
andoned des of an expedition gratified at the 3. Schubert Minuet.
ainst E order to concentrate to employ a paid secretary. It was court's recognition of the excellent SPARKMAN ASKS $4-000.000 TO 4. Schumann's "Kreiss Leriana.

entire activity in Asia. their judgment that to pay out $1,000of condition prevailing in our county. FIGHT CITRUS CANKER 5. Chopin Ballad in A flat, Opus 47.
the above amount for 6. Impromptu by Mayer and Gotts-
The Bulgarian army is expected to a secretarywas We beg to thank the court for his Washington, Dec. 8.Representative chalk "Last Hope."
[ k after the out of the question hence their able and complimentary charge and 7. "Bridal
> Balkan lines of com- decision. Stephen Sparkman, of the first Grieg's Procession Pass-
jnication ar.i insure supplies to the for all his courtesies during our ses- Florida district, this morning intro- ing i !8. By. "

rmans in Asia.Bulhrs. sion, and extend to him our personal duced in the house of representativesa Wagner's "Tannhauser.
RO T. DE.MPSEY KILLED good wishes. Following the recital some time
14 bill providing! for the appropriationof
We wish was spent in a discussion of the
to thank the state's attorney -
$ with which
to
Repulsed Tuesday morning Robert Dempsey, for his courtesy and his able' carry on music classes which Dr. Hanchett
as-
the fight against citrus canker
aris, Dec.The French war of- a brother of T. J. Dempsey proprietor sistance in the conduct of the busi- United States.Representative. in the proposes to organize in*4he near future -

in its resort{ this afternoon on of the Lake Fairview Gardens ness of this grand jury. J

stilities in tile! Orient (Serbia), refs was killed by an A. C. L. train at Having completed duties : Sparkman placed
our ,
the drivi g! back of a Bulgarian Callahan, in the northern part of the beg to be discharged. we the sum high, so that it will permit Curtis & O'Neal display an attract-

'ack at Deir rkapou. on the Vardarr state. T. J. Dempsey left yesterdayto being cut down, as attempts would i ive line of Christmas boxes, seals,
) the afte noon of December 5. make the funeral arrangements. 16 LUCIUS L. PAYNE, Foreman. be made if the sum really needed tags, booklets and post cards. Lob
PAUL A. HORN, Clerk. I were named in the measure. of nice things as usual.

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THE DAILY VIKIT (miu HCIKMII.H( 4, (OIITHIDI3INFI.UKNCK) '
You hear H greet deal ,hlmut our I :

South Florida Sentinel winter!, talk'" nmeh about them I think In Chicago the high eehool! environ

OMNINO' AND WffMlVMtetwt Maims tthoMt them, and I peradventure merit III i to be investigated to find out, CASTILE SOAPMADE

t n. h .khN .... .M."M4I'.,".?. wonder not H little more About thorn( the influence the rooming houaes, restaurant
w f' .FsaIP'gTON' ,"".IIt'" houses, i Ke cream
., limn if they were in China how ; ?! shop euey
; M ,lie |.*k.. *l I1fl..4.. Yl.r. heat!U of families, parents, parlor, saloons: and bowline alleys
.M., .. P wn4 Cl 1_ Moil M.IU>. many
business men men of mind! ever have upon the youth. That U a necessary

V luUSCWJMION.... ...,..RATE MM I I crass the threshold of the schoolroom inquiry Outside associations FROM
teilf P.iI", I I Maalh.. ........t.t.t I.IO I I HOW many ever offer ft word have more to do with a o"jj' or girl'seducation
,. IMp
p.ily, I Mouths' to teacher or scholar than the recitation room
.M
.ilf. ) Month ...... of encouragement
......... and let hens know by your presence i has. Companionship and outofschoolhabit PURE OLIVE OIL
Xr.kl I Y.ar ........-..... --11.00- at least occasionally, in the create the tendency to make
PAYABLE IN what he is. No Board of
LLL SUBSCRIPTIONS \ school room that you are an interested the citizen .
. ADVANCE party, really desirous that they Education can neglect this part of its t.

f TO ADVERTISERS I I should prosper and that you have duty without endangering the future IMPORTED OLIVE OIL QUART . . . . . . . .90c

Cr.r I., ...Ia! ..4 all .tk.f ball-.t I their best welfare at heart? citizenship. Complete discipline can IMPORTED OLIVE OIL PINT . . . . . . . . .45c
.,4<:.rtUinB sf the.e.M graUncl h. hM4e iwt.Utcr U at tk*= ku S ft.tfe. >.*= How many have personally recognized not be expected outside of the schoolroom IMPORTED OLIVE OIL \'i PINT . . . . . . . 23c

lIa, W.... p...Unti.-. ThU rule P it.Ue U. the head of the school, he who but to enforce it as far as pos- PURE CASTILE SOAP LB. . . . . . . . . . .23c:
.lInrtiel..a
._...riaili.tkaar a.d! *will cvntract fc. strictly adhered U.Suteeribera has the training of the mind and the sible is the duty of educational au-

Sentinel dtkcondnved building of and establishing the char- thority.-Ohio State Journal.
The
should notify desiring the office in writing OB acter of your boy and girl? How J ONE POUND OF THIS CASTILE SOAP WILL :MAKE 5-10c CAKES. CALL UP TODAY -

the continued date of at expiration the regular othcrwifte-iub eription it will ra'"be. many have kindly counselled and ad- Commodore C. G. Burgoyne has AND LET US SEND YOU A SUPPLY.

ntil notice to top i. reeeived.THURSDAY ............. U vised him showing you are with him made Daytona a Christmas present
..... N..II- .........
Tele. .inand th a:: great.., wnrlc., wishing..W. him...... men entirely out of the ordinary. He IS'
DECEMBER 9, 1915 cheering with a Godspeed? How sending it Saracina's Royal Italian

few me think can answer in the affirmative band for daily concerts through the t

Christmas shopping is on in full and yet you often hear of winter season and will pay all the

blast in Ortando.' the school and feel that it is not whatit expenses of the project. The band is StoreJ.
o should be, and what you wish it said to be an exceptionally fine one City Drug|
I and the good friend of Daytona gives
be constantly
A man doesn't believe all you say was. Will it help it to
just because he doesn't call you a liar. :finding fault continually growlingand I the generous present just because he L. DEAN, Proprietor Orlando, Florida
0 I denouncing it with almost every likes the pretty city so well! Lucky

t Only two weeks more to brag about breath and when some trivial or .own.-Miami Metropolis.The I -.j-

the presents you received last Christ- grave mistake is made, will it help I o
matters to pompously parade the question which seems to concern
mas. I I FOR SALE!
-0- same before the public? this country particularly is howto

Blessing upon the buckwheat and Things are not often just what we I obtain the most luxuries with the "Don't Overlook:I My residence corner north Orange second floor. Lot 154 feet front on
new Florida syrup! May the supply would like to have them and surrounding least work. Some of the fivehouradayfellows i\nd Robinson avenues containing Grange avenue. Grounds attractively
diminish! never imagine or hear they are, and wives which helps out a good detl in ing Room, Dining Room Kitchen I ground system.
o we Pantry, Grocery Room Lavatory all Large garage and log cabin play
Don't worry over people laughing very often if we know the exact con- a family. HVi: I an first floor with bath and a sleep- house, etc. Will sell furnished or un-
it is of affairs our minds acres virgin pine timber with eleven windows furnished.
behind your back. He thankful dition and state inp apartment I j ,
, not to your face. and opinions would be the reverse to WIVES, MOTHERS, DAUGHTERS miles from Orlando, near Con.I"a and,seven closets and storage room on ll-7"lm

a what they were without a knowledgeof CHARLES P. DOW
It in i often so much easier to advise facts. SWEETHEARTS )' brick road. This is a choice

dome on how to spend his money Now this is merely offered na n of land and is suitable for -- ---

than it Is to spend your own. hint and while we presume many will CHRISTMAS: IS
.. L lmrtn.1 :11 tViinlr...;....
it truck and general
e- readabout it, 1IIUl'n. Rome win COMING:\ citrus fruit,
If some girls could sty! the men it and at least n few he induced I

they lire going to marry before .' to net upon it and visit -1 lluy the "Men": n Box of farming.PRICK.

brrnkfunt, there would be fewervtd- I schools at leant occasionally. Onion Sets!

dinJR o -:. TO oliASOl.lNK NEW SOUTH $:Ii.:-.00()() PER 1 ACREF


When Home mini tell you how you CO; IIICIIF.It

ouirlit to run your business, jut take An Increase In the price of gnooliiifi!
n lk and *w how lie l Is running his which the Initiated tire fully nntlcipating Cigarscj Just ft few for late plnnting-11'hie( Bermuda! only-

own. is I due January first the, anti if F F1, A AI, Wallace Realty Co, Get yours before they are all ul1l'.
du tint miscarry price
!
liredh-lloiis .
, Congress inn liol t>*|wt the country will jump to 2ft cents per gallon, nnd ..""' .._- .... "j
will |my much nllehllmi to HadftmtP t that the mo- Room n: Arcade
the Indication I me how Will Put Them
That(
A Mmoke( .
Mta.
titttil It lends nit ntniul '
h host heft fitmimet-! will be pitying HumorFor 111 UK) t'hutIt? Seed & Produce Co. <
Unll'i IruaaeaU ,about till per' relit mnt-p that how In it iootl Orlando I

lite. tPitsiitt t !'! UlVPlI fur the jtiint| III
It ft hut tlhtil Ivan lit gih til |pal, (1'1 lire! is Hint fHhlp( nil' I-l tiPtltt. held 200 S. Orange Ava Phone 100
Itlp lililPhtttlah) f I Milt dour III ilintF that fir ft ItmltPF' lltaiktt: The (tiki! I Iq

Its i is Hilling\ tit wkiuiwMtfe! that its haw Idpbily| | annnaiItiNg |J a l.miplami

I N it filtaildrtl' t"ihll'PIIIIIi -: it U lIfid| upil, that HtHnit ril. (litiistersst Grove for Sale!

iU-: --- stet (lull llprtitin ihterests h nrin
filI4'\ mviitg\ a tough H5 : in drove j 2200 tine
who fmtHOate fnuMyh to hv 80 neve ffnH\ nevea' ;
limn of it udder'\ I the' new drug I laws, any will are nut bell until that level I id MlwUiwDiauQHeeillinRd.' \ ; i Close to brick wul\ iiml\ FORAGE GROCERY CO.

A bl'l|' I\M\ l time IQ leave filf mi that .
notations.Oil town,
I thing is l-efore' you begin. "reached that 1 in was' taken front the wells House, lams, Outbuildings, LLROIINlSTE.Ih.per , , , , . , . . .,17 MOUSE pound . . . . . J7eCHUCK
-o- is in storage and FLA, J.OINNU PORTKR" per
early in the summer SALE
To the merchant whose goads are' believed) that some which even Big SACRIFICE for QUICK ROAST FLORIDA, per pound . . , . . . . . tOe
it is
worth selling, advertising is like mo- from the natural sourcesis EXCLUSIVE SALE CHUCK STEAK FJ.OIUU.per pound . . . , . . . 12dc

lashes talfy-the more you work it now conies consigned to the same places.It FLA. BEEF STEW, 3: pounds for . . . . . . . . . . . ,25c
the better it goes. And everybodylikes being!said that! there will be, enorm- s. FLORIDA PORK HAMS, whole, per pound . . . . . . . 15c

taffy. is for those on the insidevhen Orlando Real Estate Co. FLORIDA PORK CHOPS, per pound . . . . . . . . . . 15c

- ,ous profits FLORIDA PORK STEW, per lb. . . . . . . . . . . . 12'/2c
break It is an unhappy -
the comes.
The last rose of summer is now for E. B. BRADLEY WESTERN PORK CHOPS 2 pounds for . . . . . . . . 45c
for the ,
outlook consumer
blooming alone in the North but'in and for the man. 42 WATKINS BLOCK PHONE 504ri SLICED HAM, 2 pounds for . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .45.

Florida where we have almost per- the dealer garage o BOILED HAM, per pound . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35c

petual sunshine they are blooming in I OF 0 HENS, LIVE, per pound . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20cSMOKED
bunrhes.Christmas. TilE YESTERYEARHave SLAXG 11111111111-- - 111111 111111111111 M i > 111111 M ni 11 1, COUNTRY SAUSAGE; : per nound . . . . . . .-20-c


shopping o was unusually of reading you in your ever range come across and variey ex-- and Bookletsi!I -

heavy yesterday. This is certainly ressions, which though written by Christmas Cards
encouraging, at it looks as if the AfiCOOK&COMEW
he classical authors of past cen- A
slogan "shop early" is being carried ,
with the
out in Orlando. :uries coincide exactly Exquisite selection(from Ic. up). Also Souvenirs .
VAS
a ;Bang Scattered expressions all through of today Shakespeare? Novelties, Toys Japanese Novelties Stationery ': W CHRIST BUILDING : ORLANDO

The town that says "Oh. I don'tknow and Magazines. i
'
I don't think it will ever ire sayings which are by-words or AGENTS we invest money safely for our

amount to much" is never of much I lip vaudeville patter today. "The : 22 W. Church St. i: i their real and personal
oldest man that ever turned up an : customers; manage
force. If have no local pride, & Hill
borrow some.you ice"-that sounds like a modern Bralnham I ONE BLOCK EAST A. C. L. DEPOT property; look after their taxes and other obligations

ambling idiom, but it is really from interest and dividends.
o rentals
Then 11111 lit collecting ,
When you can't think of any other Bard of Avon's "Cymbeline. o i 11111 11111 11111 ,
there is that line in Beaumont and
for asking the customary an- and Bonds
person Fletcher's "Scornful Lady"-"'\'e'U INCOME INVESTMENTS, Mortgages
nual advance in the price of anything
kiss till the cows come home"There
it is perfectly safe to chargeit
up to the war in Europe. are hundreds of others, and FOOD STORE I
underline PURE
a for an interesting pastime BUILDING MATERIALSAND
read along.
The feeling is growing that boys them, as you

should complete their education by oWe GroceriesWe CONSTRUCTIONWe
going at least through! the high are dutifully shocked when

school as it works michief with the women commenced to ride arstride I

football team if they don't. I and wear breeches but we survived. Goods. Our Prices Are In I
Now we have the "closer to nature" Have a Line of Dependable and on your '
o Order : can save you time money worry
Your
There is no objection to a man taking -I women who dance bare legged on the Line. Call or Phone Our clients are satisfied.
I and our sight is growing dim. building operations.
up his residence most anywhere crass
but when he starts trying: to run a i"ack to the Garden" is just round Phone 203 No. 8 W. Church St. \

town that he never helped to develop : the corner and when it emerges r

it ii time a halt was called upon his : well just naturally fall dead.
I III111
impudence. \ II I I
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11111 II r 11111111111! II
Catherine Pickle of Chicago has \ I
I
soured on her husband Milton Pickle, \1 G. C. MontgomeryWe

and is suing: him for divorce. They INVESTMENTSMunicipal : We Maintain Quality! :
have had fifty-seven varieties of troubles The Way

in their two years of married and Industrial have employed the service of G. C. Montgomery for
life. There are no little Pickles. sweet
-0-- We WILL not let our feeds get old. We have some our painting department. Cars overhauled and'ainted.
Bonds, Mortgages on Improved
They say that surgeons are remaking feed that is still new, but for fear it may get OLD we Prices for Fords $10.00 to $20.00; Any cars $10 to $50.
Let's themto Property.S .
faces in Europe. get
come to Orlando. Within the last 1 will close it out at $1.60 per sack. There are only a few

week or two we have seen several per cent.
here on the strets that it wouldn't do sacks.

much harm-0-if they were worked over. Interest upon Investments ofUnquestioned CHALMERS MOTOR CAR CO.

security.
When ti man drives along a country
tOAd at forty-seven mites fth hour The Co-Opertive Produce Co. Freeman V. D. Phillips Mgr
aid something' happens, he has the CltxVS. 1 it. 1)OVS's'he ,

option tf he U hmtittg the pui-vlvof, I'ropli", Nut limit I ll.tnk ; W. S. DeWitt, Mgr. Ne 10 E. Church St. PHONE 447 11 EAST CHURCfl HTHEKT, I'HONg 1Ia.F ,
if baying that the fleering It'Ul''fJk@
that the brakes weuldn'l,
er
weak! ....... . . . ........ ........ . .' .. .111111..11.1..4



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ALL THROUGH THE "BIG STORE" IT IS EVIDENT


THAT CHRISTMAS IS COMINGGreat


and arriving daily. It is pleasure and satisfactionto
a
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

"THE BIG STORE" PRICES ARE THE LOWEST




XMAS KID GLOVES Gift Suggestions In Leather HOLIDAY SHOWING

New Line Hand Bags-The very latest styles, double and
Two Clasp Kid Gloves in Black, Tan, Brown and White single 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"The
Seal, Pin Seal, Crepe Seal
Large Assortment Hand Bags-
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
$1.75 $2.50 and $3.00 $1.25 to $7.50


Beautiful 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,beautlMisses
and Childrens Kid Glove/ Tan.Brown and White at fully fitted. and high collars;some beautifully trimmed models, and at

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



SPECIALS On SALE SATURDAY Night from 7 to 10 O'clockISCLADIES'


Soap-3 for 25c-Soap MUSLIN DRAW OS..15C
39c-Men's Hose3ge'lIhll\ Olive HOHJ l), everybody' know this brand, 8ed{) (l for
Saturday Night 25 dozen Ladiet, (Good, Muslin Drawer*, hemstitched and
At 1 p n'* 1 Fancy llnse In Ileautifut\ Pattern Dots, Clocked ami tucked,rondo full 25o quality,Saturday l Night
olrh".,silk and\title,fitte'quality,fat unlay Night 3 cakes for 25c
- 15 cents
39 cents pair '
NICHT5'Limit
5 SALESATURSDAY Two Pair to. CustomerDON'T

-- - - -- MISS THIS ONE!
Blankets89cand
89c
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$1.38Blanketsl38Wool 200 pieces gooII'r.I..1I; new and fresh Grays indigoes
Light Colors Blankets in i White, Gray and Tan, good weight, worth
and Tan Nap,$2.00 Blankets quality, good,Saturday weight Night full size in White Gray !!/!!!!!! yard regular$1.29 Special Saturday Night

$1.38 pair U C 89c pair

Limit 10 Yardto a Customer
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The well a Duck worth Co.


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HILANDO) FOLKS IN TAMPA f'nf lii AIBYAh CARPS


(Tampa. Tribune) ROBINSON & BEARDAUATTQRNEY.AT.LAW[
Winter Park News Mrs. C. t L. Pippin and Master' Chas, 1
"Mere
Pippin have returned t to their homein : Man"Give -.-

Orlando after a fortnight's visit
with Mrs. pippin's mother, Mrs. C. A.KniKler. No, 4 \Vest Pine Sreet

i Him Something UsefulIt i i
Mrs. David Laney and Mrs. Arthur Phone 161

Kirkland will motor to Orlando to-
Daily Budget Of Items Concerning day for a few days visit. Mrs. La- is easy to please a man. All he wants is something

ney's mother, Mrs. Hammerly, i is DAVIS & useful. The selection of suitable Ito
The Town And Rollins CollegeJVIODKK.N spending some time there withfriends GILESATTORNEYSATLAW gifts for men is apt

and relatives. be a puzzling problem for the ladies.If .

"'. II. Turner, one of Orlando'swell
he is
WOODMEN ELECT OFFICERS FIVE ECLIPSES IN 1916 IS DU.UE.U'S known citizens, was representing Phone 72 a smoker-CIGARS are always, in order.

REPORT Orange county on local thoroughfaresyesterday. PIPES, CIGAR CASES, and other items of smoker's sup-
At the regular meeting of the local Rooms 5, 6, 7, 8-
Mr.
Turner
made his plies are also acceptable.
- branch Modern Woodmen of America According to advance official notices Davis & McNeill Bloc
the
headquarters at DeSoto, and returned -
Tuesday evening the lodge reelectedfor sent out from the United States home last night. SAFETY RAZORS make excellent gifts. SHAVING
the coming the entire offi- weather observation bureau at Wash-
year L. II. Gertze, D. K. Davidson, Paul 1 SUPPLIES, HAIR BRUSHES, CLOTHES BRUSHES
cial board, which was chosen at the ington, there will be five eclipses during ,
O. O'Neil and A.
C. Hart form a
organization meeting some three the year of 1916. congenial party of Orlando golfers Victor StarbuckATTOkNEY TRAVELING SETS, CAMERAS, ETC., come in the list
months with the The first will be a partial eclipseof
single
ago exceptionof of
registered at the Tampa Bay hotel practical gift goods for men.Don't .
vice-counsellor, Mr. Pegram, of the moon on January 20, partially I during the golf tournament which begins -AT-LAW
Maitland. being chosen for this officeto visible to the United States. The here today. Davidson is the worry about the men. Come in and see our

succeed Mr. Mason, who has foundit second will be a total eclipse of the fessional in charge of the Orlando pro- Phone 161 stock. It will suggest just what they need.
impossible to continue his lodge sun on February 3. It will be par t

duties. A very profitable meetingwas tially visible to the United States be- best Country in the Club game.S. links. and one of the No. 6 W. Pine SI. :;Orland, hat "SHOP EARLY"

enjoyed by the members of the ginning at 27 minutes after 8 o'clockin
Y. Way, a well known golfer o
organization. At present plans are the morning, Eastern time. The
Orlando who dabbles in the insure
being perfected for the extension of path of this total eclipse will extend
ance business as a pastime, is i in
the local membership and it is hoped through the extreme north parts of
Tampa for the remainder of the week,
that by the next annual election the South America from across the North R. RAY WHITE
a guest at the Bay View. Mr. Wayis
lodge will have greatly increased its Atlantic ocean to the Pacific ocean.A .

roster. _- .Tinrtinl_n ____ plinen____.___ r\t__ fllo u__ tnnrtn...__.. tttlleccur ..." amour those who will unhnld' the: ATTOUNEY-AT LAW LUCERNE E PHARMACY
: honor of the Orlando club in the state
July 14, visible in the United
golf championship tournament which I Room 44
CAXOE CLUB MKKTINC: .States. An eclipse of thc sun will 1 l .
begins today.CLASSY
The I-hoo-es-chay' canoe club held appear July 2 9.) but it will be invisible Walking mock Orlando, Fla PHONE 2. WE (;JIVE TRADING CHECKS

tin interesting meeting. last eveningfor to this country. ATTRACTION'S
AT TIIK;
the purpose of discussing! matter* There will l.o another partialrclipHC (iUA:' of interest' to the organization. A of the nun December) ), 21, but

large crowd nttrndcd the meeting nnd 1 it will not be liable! to /thin country. One, of the! most stupendous. of mo- Worthington Bl 1 ,ckmaoATTOKNKYATLAW I " " " " " " . . " . . , . . ,

took nn enthusiastic' part in tho die Ion I picture production U l'nrtlJ.' .
cuNidon of the ('IuWOI\ k for the sea RCHCKAII'S: : :; SI'KNII;: KNJOV.AIII.I : run, or the Revolt of the m.uliulur"r"Ilr'IIt'I.h'll MNM.if+tMHHHiN& . . . . . . . . .

tit"''. J. Harold Hill!, of Mttltlan.l, I Upreiddcnt .': IVIMN: : I <; In the United States I byieorge Phone 617

of the organization unit the [: Klelne. It I I.. t thrilling star '
*
The drill team of the it )
Kt-beknU degree Rooms 13 and! 14 YowcINDuck New
mrmlifrnhip U 'oml'Ul"11 of nuinln-r Overland
it at $800
ntnlf U H'ljui-HtH to be at the nf the day of Roninn rule, the time
of the faculty and students of the hull t this evening promptly' nt 7 of the story being about 73 H. C. worth AuUdinlf.
oVlock. All rnndldiitra lire ifijuentotl 1 are purls Onor Tlri! Shock Absorber unit I \tru Tire
by the club for the conilnseason. ti to meet nt the reception room by 8 three net, and! the total rant num.

o'clock. All visiting Hebekahi are lIen In excess of seven thousand flvehunllrpil Thane 72

cordially Invited to meet with Orlando people. This great play waa Buick 40 at $400 '
JtOI.I.INH VH. HOUTIIKUN) : MAT-
Haired and produced In Italy by Pns-
f An the time draws U It DAY for the last Ate urged to he "present na n quail and company at Home and Paul V. HutchinsAttorney New Tires and New .Paint
near Turin. Home of the famous! Italian
number of candidate be
) are to Inltlrttpil. -
big football game of the season between After the exercises are ore artists are In the past while the wren and Counsellor at tin

IMUna and tioutheth, the Interest ery' H! beautiful beyond, description,
ill! oyster supper will be nerVeil,
( of the! college circle Is liecoiul lly tit-dec nf the hultle, ghitui, Mfr IMP, braVery, herolMii and nobility Davis) & McNeil IlldgOItbANtO
: (
l | Mole ttiut maw Intetisp.. the V Li Anderson' bf tharatteP all enter' Into the )'dot i Winter Park Auto Co.
I' IJAI
VttFftity eleven Jinn Merit iirneirlttt( f which dues tint lack fur thrills find ,

faithfully fop the past two weeks' !! ftlld tonal: amaging situations, ThU psiP'llent = OPEN DAY
AND
ADDITIONAL MICAI.H NIGHT[ [ [
U }H l Mievetl' that they will stand, it attracti'in( '+ will ti), at the (Iran tI
-
"peed show fop vietoFy{ In the pats MU< NValensh=Moot, after! an PM i* theatre !today, Thursday! Dr. F. F. Thompson A.

fn t the Tampa gridiron Saturday' t tended vi&it to her home. in Raleigh,I Tomorrow, Friday, fleraldine", 1,11\1",

N, 0,, and othep points in that Mate, rap IS i taming tn this poulap play Dentist
)I'Anil.TV IIKCITAI; TONIOIITConsMerflWe has returned: to Orlando to /spend the house in ''Carmen' ;' and this will wn-

interest fa felt in the' winter and I is pleasantly located with douhtedly l he the great event of the '

musical recital of the Rollins foe 'it y Mr. and! Mrs, l E, If, McNeill at their !season, The prices to these AUrAl? rmerJr pf New York ANNOUNCEMENT 1

at Knowlea Hall tonight. The \TQ, home, :221: Robinson avenue t3heJas'been lions will remain the same, 10 tad 15 115 SOUTH ORANGE
gram, as published in yesterday's cents.
coming to this city for a number
Sentinel, is one which promises to be of and has friends Over Curtis & O'Neal's
years many This is
very interesting, and no doubt a large here to make her visit pleasant. The Tuttle Gift Shop is located this to announce that we are re-
crowd will be present to enjoy the season on the second floor of Yowell-

entertainment with the college peo Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Jackson have tor.Duckworth building, at left 1-12-8-tfc of eleva- ceiving our initial stock shipmentsevery

ple. arrived in Orlando from Bushnell, III., day.

to spend the winter season as usual 1915 FORD RUNABOUT
WINTER PARK NOTES in their winter home, 411 East Church

street. They were accompanied by Original cost, f.o.b. Orlando490.00 New and clean Hardware
Among the arrivals in Winter Mr. R. C. Varner, who is here to North East starting and lighting Household
Park yesterday were Dean A. D. Enyart's system _______________ 100.00 DR. U H. ,
-
his first winter. Mr. and Mrs. RAMSDELL
spend Shock absorbers ____________ 15.00
father and.sister Miss Ethel Jackson are among the pioneer winter Seat covers ________________ 12.50 OPTOMETRIST
Enyart, of Newburyport, Mass., who residents of this city, and are receiving Pointed radiator ____________ 23.00 ORLANDO . FLORIDA Supplies Sporting Goods Etc.
have decided to spend the winter sea a cordial welcome from a Thief proof lock ____________ 3.50 7X FIT GLASSES. GRIND LENSE .

son here. host of friends. Total cost ________________$644.00. AND DO ALL KINDS OF ,
Driven only six months. What will i OP'r'rrA' 1lJP.J! _nn".n. We earnestly solicit your patronage
II. L. Adams, who travels out of After an absence of eight months you give me in cash Address"Henry ,

Tampa for the Bentley-Gray Dry from Orlando, Dr. G. C. Kollock, one Ford' ," care Sentinel office. 12-7-tfc For which we guarantee

Goods company, spent some hours of the prominent winter residents,
Have located Mrs. Tuttle's Gift
yesterday in Winter Park visiting local reached the city yesterday afternoonon :you
Shcp this season? If not, be sure SURVEYINGPlating Price Quality and ServiceCARTEllBeLAEYllBV.
merchants. the Tampa Special, coming fromMadison you do. 1-12-8-tfc ,
'is. Dr. Kollock has been and Sub-Dividing

Miss Sarah Sherman, of Castile, spending the most of his time at hislarge BUILDING :MATERIALS

New York, and :Mrs. McCleod, of apple ranch at Underwood, "We ourselves the oetter serve by PROMPT AND ACCURATE
Rochester, arrived in 'VinterPark Wash. Mrs. Kollock did not go North serving others best." Plans and esti WORK \ CO.
mates furnished free. Buy all your
yesterday afternoon to spend the sea the past summer, as she has been accustomed materials from one firm and save the .
son. to, but remained in Orlan cash discounts. Everything to builda HAL A. IRISH
do at her hospitable home, 16 East house. Cook & Co., Christ build- "Just Off the High Rent District"
COWAX MOXROE Concord avenue.A. ing. 11285tARE Civil Engineer

Phone No. 200 Pine & Court
YOU GOING TO HAVE YOUB.tBI' R St.
A marriage that has created a ve A. K.: Brokaw and family motoredover IN 47 Watkins Rldg., Orlando, Fla
HOWARD'S FAIR
cordial interest among the many to Orlando Sunday afternoon i in
BABY SHOW?
friends of the poular young coupleis their car for a visit with Mr. Bro-
That Baby Show, at the coming
that of Miss Mabel Brown Cowan kaw's brother, W. II. Brokaw, and
Five Fair
is
County going to be some
and Mr. II. B. Monroe, which took family, in that city, returning in the show. F. A. PEPPERCORN Yancey Meat Market Inc.

place at the Methodist parsonage in i late evening. On their way home Lots of wise people have caught on ,

Orlando Saturday evening at seven they found a Ford bearing the Volu- and pictures Howard's galore.Is .Studio is stacking up GUILDER and CONTRACTOn FULLY PAID UP

o'clock, in the presence of Miss Gertrude sin. county license number 96, standing your child in it? If not, it i is Phone 37 T. A. YANCEY Jr., Pres and Mgr.
Brown, Miss Lee, and Messrs. in the middle of the road, minusa your fault.
Sam Pickens and Chas. Merriweather, rear wheel, and otherwise damaged All children under eieht year ORLANDO FLORIDA

who accompanied them to Orlando. while a new Haynes car was i in Country and as well Wendesday.as city children.Absolutely Saturday Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice '

The bride was very sweet and attractive the ditch nearby, as a result of attempting no charge. You are favoring us. L. Percival Hutton
in a travelling suit of dark to pass the wrecked Ford. HOWARD'S STUDIO-ON THE Florida and Western Meats

blue in llue't'lnt tailor made and, with braid.chic little hat Daytona Gazette-News. 12-5-tfc AVENUE 37 Liberty St., New York, N./) Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Game, Etc.

Mrs. Monroe Is the eldest daughter TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY ARCHITECT Special Attention to Hotel and Out of Town Orders

of Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Cowan. Her / Bu.lit... 135 P. O. BOX
1lcNeill Davis aa6
sunny nature and gracious friendliness i. FOR RENT-Furnished room for a I DR. J. M. MASTERSGRAND { Building, Orlando; PHONES l Residence ,3j, Cot Orange -(.. and Church St.
moderate price. 603 East Centralavenue.
has endeared her to a large circle 12-9-Ct I Florida.
of friends. Mr. Monroe is identified VIEW SANITARIUM 1 I''I

f with the large farming interestsof WANTED-To buy any kind of second I I Port Member F. A. A.
the celery delta. After a honeymoon hand furniture. Call quick I Orange, Florida MMMMIIMMMMMMIMMIMMIMIMIIMMM
F. E. 701. 12-9-ltc
Taylor phone
trip of two weeks touring the I

state In their automobile, Mr. nndMt 1 FOR fAt.P.1rr; round oak wood. 14 S.S.JonesChirupr ReDovePaInless.
-". Monroe trill make Sanford their inches lone, 12: per strand delivered Devoted to treatment, Nose* CORNS ,
future home and will reside{ on tjeierjrnVehue ; $t at farm hear Conway store
''. S.:: I edges. Itoute I I. Ur1IU1t! Throat ahd LUhgS; All t ncilitiereF g t r
in the eozjr home hest that I 1.-9-t! itnur:1t.ItlIU
.
Rtr. Mohttttf has prepared for his wt Itt- stfiehlifid ahdtreatment. siteceaset { u l .

flome J-Wihtf bride";-Sahfohi Herald.l F<1tt otter bf !land, n 1

1 iced t
(et'jltllt{ l IJft, WlMi, ef Urlattddi Has i in {! 'fMlMH: A NfftrtlH':, : A t-fH! ; ! l j.f at my office in the hfit t Uuiidingi No, i huge
till+t! eity t-tandrfft! eeittiiij lt111 t8 a: r : ;11zth.In.. \WlhteF OztFuVfli 1'8 ii fludll
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t+iet lire Elk hi UteiF mimeFial: P.eFFi6PS *= l : : : IHdl; [p@@iuliot t on NFVGU ilnd(j jhnmj@ Central I Avenue.Anna .

: Mf: Iiawten t M* a grand fon Nf-t'ijfRi.t.: .tied. 1} ftJl.I1GtlJI4WR I Dr C. W. Fain 6a! @!,
\Alftl and is i always' ready to pleas* i'ilfii' aiia' FPAR1 Rut HfH q=
Grad.
the. pHMiPr its !MPff two rwml'r at t sere, camp see tag hQ4ie PirJili iep= DENTIST; Kaeser Chirop.
scale entrance; |thil tJeptnc; )tight s. Pffiftl Ih 8 4th' Floor V R uihUnQ' :
.the rfiilPI't pqwtey that were ::1tJ East ,Jackson, strati pear huh h' PHF't f'ft I II, I ((9 9.W1NTPR ,

greatly appreciated i : Pan-ford Herald; adrsl churfh: I3-@-a : PARK, I'I,4\t Phone ;209: '


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I The AlltS.ForthlRhtly DUNN) ENTERTAINS Club was ehtef' rI: L - ...A 0 k a cat


I I r L GDriattlm(! ntirty I cult(twin sifted I of ttiihti yesterday the el afternoon's the afternoon Lucerhp bridge An by game a:Mrs re-, "Cel It At AUtiVWatch


the iluti putt, tt itrithly, htttttj! tinIiuldetel ,
KUl'IAI, t'\II:NUII( II MU("$' J, N, MfinVAN. IIIMII)"" ;>' H '10 hnh.Ikert'ilief' lvaa "'1I.t.tuieuI I 'I II.

'I hangar' =III llpffHtltrr" \W, IIIIIIIJI( !:II'N('IIIIN:;( ('I.t I I'llMM !' I by. MM! 1 11..1 1. I I llprthlrtll.I'M . 'I he guest

Ihllihllth'' "flub.. i1te, .+ t:ss.ahaih. I 1'1' I..1'. I { / J. N,, MtlHfi! tlmiiMlKnly,! PH: l''bll. 11'1I1t tt' "flrr"III.IIII.I..Ilt'lI' "IHllj' rILM
hl4l11mUl.. I'hllslnlaa" 1..11.'J'. I .li.+/tll'.1./ the. first! i iiwMittf{ nf tilt went t tit Mrs T iI.1 1 |1\11'1111' !I nfmi 11111\111\
patty IeIIlP-I.llnflltilln 1uli ..
ipbteiiffty at'
f ('untry' ChiliumutHn dance. ( t'"IIU'lu.A ) ,
I ll'wnl\ inm-tlntf nf f PiviuJ.IHBUB tlnp n'cl++rl4 luiiflinoit! followed.. l by nniiU"tf( | enU'l l courba WIStH,,...l,.ly
I t Mr*. I'tMilu's. |$0,:30) H. in 1,1 hlil'tI ftt t I her Inline nn Huutli OnHIi'p'Imue II (the lioslfcsa hi the ft.llluwlnif( iluliineinliera A
1"1". 1I..r'' III "\ DUYHMU'HD) ,
and guests who :I) 10c
were piesslit |
7tia halve: Nluli, (lull will l lie> enter- 'I lie (talle was 'lieautlfully decorated I U
+ Filduy) Hfternuuii l by+ Mrs, to enjoy her hospitality fur the
Ihnald( Cheney.HILVril in |ink uses end sliver candle ellcka afternoon i Memliera, Meatlaniea N.

-0- with |ilnk IflperB A delightful' eta II lies, Jr..Joe llumby, Jr., list' Uear- I'RINtSON UlOl PAPER ONI.)
: 1IU HINKIIH( course 'luneheon was eerved.' In (lieseine dell, J. It. iteesp, 1'hil Hlelnolia; Bracelets
) (N limit j pft'rp! o
tit auction' MIL (iaaton Idwattle ;., )
lie' ladles jf the llaptlst rhurch guest MIL 'II, 1 II. IlllllhRsley!; of

Will fnniplele, llielC Pit-Ie of ether Was hltfh, tha faVof being a Washington!! I U). I1.. MIL T Ii,1'ntati, Convertible ittlu n regular wnti'h, or rnii tie, wont cmtlinini 11
nf Bilk hose,
teas Ihuhiitfty tilght tit t the UaptlstthUllfh |pelt nf llatnilton, OntaHo, nfiii MM, Chaa.flhe .
heck Mild ,III'p
tot tthlth time it h1UIfal!! t |iftt' it la the idea (if, t the hilt to hold Campbell. AM WOUK twenty twetity* year iuul solidCIIIUHTMAH MuM)

grater'" Will lie' fehtlefeil' I dy. autos of Fight meetings: tluflhtf (the tieaion, the tIuljtillltit: 't heat iVethieeuh\y (fUJ.\ &.\N'1'I'' I I'I,U) H (l 1it:1: .
.Ollriflily's) f IpriillfiH MUitiflHft.' !AI Ira, plan beifig (to meet every two weeks. With Mff, lI milton Jthn", ,, (iOOIS()() ) Ag||| 11EIU: ,
'the memlieri. i are Mm 3, H, Alpt.'iW{ : ,
.
W 'I. Murj.hy, JF., and Mr A, 1' ==t}= '
Curry In \WAtdvelbM\ 1 : and j MJMflrawh { Mrs!, U laitbn! t Edwards, Mrs, I elioy It: 11\1111,011; ( mlll.H I;Nlf.lrr.INIItIn ; ) ALLEN & CO., JEWELERS..
lluh J = rtl\ ftt the! ar fn. Every Jiles, Mrs, 0, II, JlftMnfion, Mrs, Wb MIa: 11U\NII\1 Use EASIMAN'S[

and eunlially ,invited} to attend A | ter 4 Koejngton, Mrs. Merle Mffil-troy l Miss fii|?Mh Urapharo we hostess !Ib ,
Mrs, I }11 l, ) (octJ H twl
silver uttering will he} taken to apply' fledge, Mjaa Margaret at A delightful meeting p f the
on the obligation assumed.jy\ theLadles' |If f 4rt, Mrs, Hen 0 nq ton, of Vermont UaeheloJ' flirts Club at t her home on AUTOGRAPHIC

A 14 Society for the pews in was .A guest, /substituting forM lucerne Circle yesterday afternoon. .-""' .
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the Hew church. rs Hedge.OIT! First and second prizes for the af : ""UJ'I'\UI: row

0R..SR -()-- ternoon's bridge game were awardedto ! FILMS ". CIIKISTMAS SOW!
SOUCI ()NT A VACHT TRIP!! .
the Misses Lillian Smith and Alma
cum ENTER.j ,
Mr. James L. Giles departed yesterday t.. A little touch of paint here and there
.
j IT.\JSfU: HV 51 US. LEGK the DeLaney, respecth .: will the house
guest of II r. A. II. Woodward t ,' put in shape for the
The Sans Souci Club was delightfully of Uirmingham, for a yacht The decorations for the afternoonwere J holiday season. Let us fill jour
made especially effective by wants in the paint line. We handle
entertained yesterday afternoon trip from Sanford to Jacksonville on ONLY roil BEST \R:
only goods and
vases of delicate roses. A delicious pure can provide you
by i\1 rs. W. M. Lege at her pretty the beautiful St. Johns river. The / with every requirement.) Our guarantee -
1'ICTUKESAt /
salad course was served by the host- ,
homo% 202 Hillcrest avenue. The ever j party was composed of A. II. Wood- goes with e\erjthing we selL
fascinating game of bridge predominate I ward, son of Mr. J. II. Woodward, ess. Those present were the :Misses ri'@r.--r =-=- =
Lillian Smith, Jean Person Vida :Miller .. ,' ,tT :
., at the conclusion of which the, I Mr. Bannister, secretary of the Wood r
Lucy and Norma Gage, Alma De- ; : in' M .-fA Orlando
a Paint &
Wall
honors Paper Cc
were given to :Mrs. A. ward Iron "Works and Mr. James L. p' ? ..
.
Lane and Elizabeth Branham. I f. J 4}
Bogae she having made the R.I Giles. The trip will be made in Mr.Voodward's ) I 205 S. Orange Avenue
Miss Norma Gage will act as host-
scorn. \ private yacht. Phone 261
ess to the club at its meeting next COLEMAN & RIIAN

Wednesday. ,
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REAL ECONOMYYou D. C. MEETINGThe : J

regular monthly meeting of
are probably thinking of a good way to economize in your
U. D. C. was held at Mrs. McElroy's.
!hristmas shopping.
After routine business a very inter- CAREY HANDFUNERAL
There are many friends and loved ones that you wish to remember -
esting was given.
program
with appropriate gifts but perhaps you do not feel that you can
The hostesses for the next meet-
rive expensive presents. And why so much? They the
pay appreciate ing, January 13, 1916, are Mrs. E. L. Pharmacy DIRECTORAND
article as a remembrance from you more than anything else. Of
Bliss and Mrs. Overstreet, and the
course your presents must be nice but they need not be costly.
will consist of "Personal EMBALMERAll
Engraved Monogram Stationery and Visiting Cards make ideal program Home of Eastman Kodaks and
Reminiscences; by Deaconess Park-
Christmas Gifts at a very small cost.
hill Mrs. Howe and Mr. B. M. Rob- Supplies
Why not get steel engraved Greeting cards to send those of your
inson. :Music will be furnished by
More distant friends whom you wish to remember? calls answered Promptly
Miss Martha Weeks. Dayor
;5 Send for our samples today which will be supplied free of charge.

I J. P. STEVENS ENGRAVING CO. COUNTRY CLUB-0- DANCE TONIGHT Night. Hand Block. I
*"
47 Whitehall Street Atlanta Ga.
One of the enjoyable social functions Orlando Florida.
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-J I f I, of this evening is the first of THE INCOME INVESTOR I I
4 - -- -- -- ---- the semi-monthly dances at the Country
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.. t Club. The house committee composed YOU are investing for income and
desire
of Mr. DeWitt Miller Mrs improved property which
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i yields a regular net income. Our
2 Seth Woodruff and Mr. Billy Bear- service will help you. Cook & Co.,
dall, anticipate that a large crowd Christ building. 1-12-8-51

cs s will be in attendance. On account of ------- : .
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the holidays the second of the dances
i will be Thursday December 16.

-0IXTERESTI'G -
: MEETING UNITY : FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL
CIRCLEAt THE LUCERNE

J the regular meeting of Unity

Circle yesterday afternoon the members .
present were given the pleasureof

listening to an interesting, paper
by Mrs. Chas. Whittier on Ida Tar-
bell. A good attendance was present TODAY

and a number of strangers spent the
afternoon at Unity Chapel.POSTPONEMENT. CURTIS & O'NEAL

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The regular' faceting of the EntreSfous "DARLING DANDY"A Insurance Loans Real Estate

Club which was! to hate been
held yesterday afternoon had been THREE: 1'ART I KSSANAYDRAMA
!
l'Utl'Oht'd| | to l Friday ttfternoon, tttvthkh Rentals
t V G GaoS
wut
1ll1lli time (the club will I be enter ) !

lathed by ;Mm.l Donald) Cheney un

Ialvevtew avenue -

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hue F Peoil MKH alum: ; IIOSIKSS MIXING IT UP"A .
Mrs, I* II. ledge WAil hostess yes.terday .
afternoon to the I'ollyanna. KALEM I COMEDY5c UT Aft LJ8 Jip: UM

Club at her home on Hillcrest ave.

nue. Following the custom of the
Lock ignition. club the afternoon was spent in sewing I
at the close of which tea was MMIMMMiMliMIMMIMIMiMMMMIMMGash "
Real leather upholstryOne served. "Same Little Prices" lOc

MHS. SCOTT TO ENTERTAIN FOR
man top MISS TAMBLY
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Mrs. Robert Bruce Scott has is-
Jiffy Curtains sued cards for a bridge party Friday

afternoon, December 17th, at three
Full floating rear axle o'clock, in honor of her house guest,

:Miss Ethel Tambly, of Toronto Can-
Timken bearings ada. GRANDTODAY

I CHICKEN DINNERA : :

chicken dinner will be served to Counts !
$850.00 at Orlando the workmen on Concord Park Union

I, Chapel next Friday at Lake Dot RestRoom

I : by the members of the Ladies

:Aid Society.


Hon. Seth Woodruff, of Orlando,
We 5 dis-
are giving cent
was in the city yesterday and reports per


I W. PHILLIPS & SONS They the Five expect County a record Fair breaking as progressing crowdin GEORGE KLEINE OFFERS count for cash on all supplies, ac-

Orlando February 15th to 19th TilE STUPENDOUS

and the fair will be bigger and bet cessories, and repair work.
ter than ever.-Sanford Herald.Favoritei.
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TODAY PROGRAM

Keystone.Walrus.""The A Battle comedy of, Ambroseand in two EIGHT MIGHTY PARTS N. Orange Ave. Phone 400I

parts, featuring Chester Conklin and
Mack Swain.
Reliance. "The Big Brother."
Than. "The Newspaper Nemesis."
of Four good reels of Mutual movies. lOc 15c
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Our preparations for Christmas have been extensive. They ae 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 cason 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 Prl'Sl'nt'sWE .
ARE HEADY FOR CIlIUST\I.\S: IN EVERY WAY:


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Though probably t liordenng on the verge of W 1.d61... ;; .

the Span of Life" Grandmother' interest and CENTS WILL BUY SISTKU
pleasured would be intensified .. receive WHAT A HUNDRED The girl of today is the woman of tomorrow
on Christmas morning something dear so just as much consideration will have to be
in her heart however simple or inexpensive.We shown her as is shown grown ups. She takes ,
feel sure we have in our stork something GRANDMOTHER: as much Interest-and why shouldn't she-- '.
that would brine that pleasure. May we suggest in things that I Income her--as her grown up'a
:
something like the following: A Pair of Silk or Chamoisette Gloves A Flannelette Kimona so she should be studied just as much OUR

Comfy Slippers _____________,$1.50 One or Two Pairs of Silk Stockings A Box of HandkerchiefsA pleasures are derived from her appreciation
Bath Robes __________$2.75 to $y.50 Half Box Knitting .Yarn (any color) Parasol of the following:

Wool Kimonas ________$.1.75 to $6.50 A Pair of Slippers A Waist Length Hosiery --_____________25c: to $2.00
Two to Four Dainty Aprons A Skirt Length Manicure Set ________$1.50 to $12.50
Parasol ______________$14)8) to 10:00I :
GRANDFATHER
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Two Pair of Warm Union Suits Walking Cane
Fancy or White Shirt
Ibj\ 2 Pairs of Pheonix Hose Outing Night Shirt
'
/. Tie Holder Pair Suspenders

Box Initial Handkerchiefs __Golf Cap

t MOTHER

> Wool Waist Length Kimona
Wool Skirt Length Box Hand Embroidered HandkerchiefsA

Pair of Gloves Fancy Corset Cover
Pair Silk or Chamoisette Gloves Fancy Shirt Waist BROTHER
When Brother from
the
Handkerchiefs emerges embryo
Box Hand Initialed
Box Silk Hose state-from knee breeches to pants-he's beginning -
GRANDFATHER Umbrella Two Suits UnderwearEmbroidered to look at life with more circumspection -
.t Though taking life easier now than hitherto Collar and Cuff Set takes more interest in the display of his
Grandad has not lost the art of appreciation, House SlippersUmbrella attire, the cut of his clothes must be so andmorning's
NOT BY ANY MEANS, and enhanced his Christmas FATHER so, his Tie must be in correct tone and so 4
would be by a
pleasure forth and so on. Well help you out in
of the following: Silk Handkerchief
gift of one or more XMAS suggestions for him!

Felt Slippers_____ ___$1.25 to $1.50 Wool Cap Couple of Nice Ties
Lounging Robe ______$5.00 to $10.00 Set Cuff Buttons Soft or Stiff Shirt Walking Cane ________$1.00 to $2.00
Muffler ____._________________$2.00 Leather Belt Suit Warm Underwear Full Dress Shoes _____ __$6.00
Shirt Full Dress Pumps .--___--_-__$5.00
Two Pairs Fancy Silk Hose Flannelette Night '
Four Initial Handkerchiefs Walking Stick

BROTHER .

A Swell Tie Four Initial HandkerchiefsSilk
Walking Cane
Muffler Two Pair Fancy Sox +

Scarf Pin A Good Leather BeltPajama

Suit A Sport Cap

Set Cuff Buttons Suit Underwear


SISTER

Manicure Set Fancy Corset Cover
l\IOTII Boudoir Cap LITTLE SISTER .
R. Box Hosiery
Will play an important in Life's
We have only one. Do we appreciate her as :Middy: Tie part History
Mesh BagParisian later She
realize fully the untold on. may rule the ROOST and she
we should? Do we Ivory Brush and Comb b.lInona: may not. She may become a Suffragette and
she has doube made making,
sacrifices no Veils also again she not. Time
alone
orlnitial HandkerchiefsSilk :Motor: may can tell
and will make for our benefit and ImrpoveBox Fancy House Dress. but while she is what she is it is up to those
ment WE DO NOT. We should atone for UndervestFour who love her to give-as far as their means
this in a small measure at Christmas by giving will penult-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: Were the
Pairs of Pheonix or Gordon Hose A Mesh Bag her requesting. following among001
\\" Dress length _.$3.75 to $10.00 Dress A Sewing ChatelainUmbrella
Hand Bag __________$1.50 to $10.00 A Dainty Wash Comb
and
_____*______$1.98 to $10.00 Muslin UnderwearA Brush Hosiery ------------_____15c to 50e
Middy Waist _Hat Dresses -____________50e to $5.00
Ties Chatelain ____$1.00 to
A Middy Tie Box Assorted (4) Windsor -------- $1.50


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

Four Pair Soft Hose Embroidered Dress

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FATHER
Good old Dad! He's /pot a lot to contend with,
and not the least is finding the means to BABY
bring up a family. No small chores! If it's ALL HAIL THE or to be more democratic
paying out it's Dad's pocket that's squeezed the ling he house. Of course
lie's made many sacrifices for us-Let's re- Hfwants ) sees and then some.
verse the old order and consider HIM: this We cannot supply "all"\ of his needs but pos-
time. Tain't the cost of the article that'll *ihly, those we mention here will meet "some"
tickle him-it's the spirit in whch it's given. of his demands.
lie II l>e pleased with anything like these:
Dresses .______________7"c to SILO
Gloves ______________$1.50 to $2.50 Sacnues __- ____--.75c to $1.25
Auto Gloves __________$2.00 to $3.50 Wool Vests ______________LOc to 75cIE
Kid Slippers ________$t.r.O to $1.75 .
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TIMELY SUGESTIONS FOR TilE FESTIVE BOARD I A full line of Richelieu Pickles, Preserves, Jams and Spiced

for Fruits, Figs and :Mince :Meaty!
We have all the condiments necessary New Nuts, both whole and shelled; New Popcorn.
The kind of Cheese we carry, includes

Stuffed and whole I Dates. Limberger, Imported Roquefort, Neufchatel, Cream, Sna .

the Christmas Pudding, Pies and what not Crystalized Cherries and Ginger. py, Welch Rarebit Imperial, Pimento, etc., etc. "


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ALL ROADS LEAD TO GAINES I I WORK --LL

BRITISH COLONIES REAL OBJECTIVE V1LLE, DECEMBER 9 '\Miss, Harriet B. Layton, county

All roads lead to Gainesville Thurs- 'demonstration agent is doing good I

work, according to her report made
day, December 9. Florida's University -
City will entertain road enthu- yesterday before the county school
OF GRMANY'S[ BALKAN CAMPAIGN siasts from every >art of the state board. She has visited all of the

schools in the and has addressed r
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that day. The Central Florida Highway county

Association has invited every ,' the teachers and pupils concerning I "Stut'dy as the Oak"

person in the state! who is interested I' the work. Canning clubs are
Kaiser Has Capture of India Submarines by Passing Gibraltar in good roads to be there. 'being organized and home demonstration -

and Egypt In Mind as He Co-operate With Land The association has more than work clubs are also being pro Pours, Sixes and t Eights Speeders, Koad'ters and Touring Cars

Sends Big Forces Forces by Attacking 1,100 paid members and most! of them moted.: The Work is being pushed $i9 n to $1570:) ". 0. II. factory;

Servia. Allied Ships.Ttttt wilt be there Letters from South . Through In the Oakland t with\ the added that
.-. ... ... ..... .... ..... .-. ..... --.....- - .... _- MoHdft indicate that a larger delt'ltaI i itlott I you pet power feeling you
--- - the road The Oakland Northway
than wad;! effected Will go. All AdvetfUee In the gehtthet.\ drive the best l looking car on

I flu tint\ B frliitf| nh+" fW ftfl trite MHwuuM the counties Interested! in the Cross Motor frpeed up to 2fi00: revolution pep minute, but that 1 tt! only

'it_iiiHii drive uth\tlthl I. I ha! though to dlftmuKii! aNt / 'glades I !! highways 1! will tend big lttatlllt1i half the story t of the! wonderful responsive power of the Oakland
""lt lIu,. lt"t>lf but M tt I'UHl' the tni neU@( ''ftiUl llUIJIh Fiery I Central' riofhlidh l t In I Fours, Sixes n'HII' lights I The motor la,, the most!' powerful made\
ftMlliitii' HtffttiiotIIMF 'f,11t I A F0td4 1s i
ft* H (hilt t>'I| HllllniI fur 'hpf I'fliflilp' fyiflfe 'In the each teie!!tetl' in g"'t' i lrthiiing to
I Hilt TtltkUll fortes Itttltlllltf I ltJ times 'OP many ltlP eleverfwt dtplunta Attend\ J Hundreds\ will to in IwtM,( means a continuous How of power' It mettin not only smooth
f"Af =
elltllll"J | || HUHlll*( llfllUll ttlttl 1'111"111141' | fy Mel 'her Whitt careful f'Amlll sialQotontiatton ,, Card According' & to reportfrom Live going on the I level I road\ but ft hill climbing ability unaupaased,

lfWt''|''', Mil M. Mil... eflWl! It* tiNll; ttl flt"ltlm"; have ''ItSts" direct, Oak, every!: automolale with three
(Not olc| In storea)
(
fur ta II' "m4 Its .uh"lIfI'11t; I"ltl laarrPt ft\ there, fie 1nlffnehtl has ahe .iea foiling wheelsvjll, be re-jmaltltineij
U..lumltvf. and i | seam. Kara taUal toannum. eome In AsllI i Minor and Palestine that for t the trip, The fommiaatunera from Wear A Corset made to fit you Oakland

It till, s''urdluy' Iq i+enhtotttel4IFronuunceweut \ an English pon'qj reported t that> t Qer several neighboring counties: lOiU attend Ask for a demonstration,
a f Mruks far ft wwlffuf mane could get for the mere asking Send postcard to
passable the Ualkan piauntata' land' concessions that It took Pngllahroen in a body,

that will rowiileta an uutroken Cer many years of work and scheming to Many of the South Florida dele Mrs. Van Buskirk Fours and Sixesare
man Hue from the North aea0 the secure, The building of the Bagdad gates expect to go from the Gaines.
JJoaporu bat will advance across railroad baa been regarded aa one of yule meeting to the one in Mobile Corsetiere
data Minor to tbe Persian gulf and Germany's greatest triumphs In the December 10 and 11. After certain 308 Magnolia Ave. Orlando not only powerful they are the most strikingly handsomears

India and tbat will envelop tbe Suez east. The Importance that she herself questions and routes have been set- on the road.1.Flying.
anal, Egypt Tripoli and Algeria, tbe attached to it in the present crisis la
tled at the Central Association, they --- Wedge Lines Give Least Wind Resistance
hard won north African poaaeaalona! of shown tbe It has
by fact that work on
will be able to furnish some pretty 2.-Low Center of Gravity with Usual Road Clearance
the allies.
been
vigorously pushed. Will Sacrifice
I conclusive arguments at Mobile.L. 3.-Great Strength with Light Weight
It tbl be Indeed tbe ultimate purpose I Connects
and India.
of the present movement It In I Europe C. Lynch, secretary of the 4.-High Speed Motor with Great Power

magnificent In 1U sweep and bold In I. "This railroad Is designed as the great Gainesville board of trade, has received 10,000 5*.-Economy with Luxury ..
Ita daring for It mast be rememberedthat connecting link between the trade and announcement that several
all of which
These are Oakland points of SUPERIORITY, are
travel routes of western Europe and
count road and material
Germany cannot on any machinery men ex-
the Persian gulf and India. Tunnels found in no other car.
pect to exhibit their wares at the GUARANTEED TREES
movement on tbe lIeS to aid her In
through tbe Taurus mountains
have
such an enormous undertaking It been finished within the past few meeting. Arrangements for these LET US SHOW YOU-THE CAR IS WAITING

must be entirely a movement by land months and several of tbe units of the have not been completed but space
t and must be accomplished on foot. will be for all such All True To Name
line have been joined so travel la! now arranged ex- J. B. Magruder Jr.
With tbe development of events It possible over a long stretch of tIle road hibits. 5 to 7 foot trees ,

becomes Increasingly apparent that Into the interior of Asia Minor. With 50c EACH
Bulgaria's choice of allies was made this concession has likewise come tbe PRESBYTERIAN CLERGYMEN INDORSE PHONE 34
some time before the official announce possession of the town of Alexandret- PREPAREDNESS All leading varieties budded on
ment. Tbe glittering rewards dangled ta on tbe coast which the Germans I I and ---- -- ----
before King: Ferdinand by the Teutons were at tbe outbreak of tbe war rapIdly Chicago, III.-A poll taken on preparedness sour grapefruit roots from

were apparently too much for his ambitious developing Into a port of consider among Presbyterian cler- known stock.Conway. II 111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111HCiar

soul to withstand. The IKKEiMllty able importance. gymen by the Continent Magazine

constantly kept before him of Tbe keys to this line and to the rich showed 270 favoring preparation by Nursery '
wearing tbe crown of Byzantium and country that lies tributary to it are the the nation against invasion and SO
of controlling the Dardanelles was R.T.PEELOrlando Tllat' Gur Builless"
western terminus at Scutari!, oppositeto against. Every tenth Presbyterian
much more alluring; than was the acquisition Constantinople and the section pastor in the United States voted. R R I. [
of tbe narrow strip of Macedonia westward from Aleppo. That the Germans -
s which tbe allies were preparedto wish to fortify their possessionof
yield to him. Tbe weeks of Indecision this road by actual occupation of it liIi'-' SIM"' _
were, after all. merely a cloakto seems one of the motives of their present BeautifulBust; ; and Shoulders For XmasClear
cover the German preparations for movement. 1
what promises to be the boldest, most' Again the coast of Asia Minor and '' t are nljji Bramiere.If'you will wear a icictiUflcallr constructed

audacious: stroke of the entire war. Syria has for years been a matter that I .. The dmmrtng weight of*n unronflned best w> utrrtrhe the
I I .r iippnrling tuunclc that the contour of the figure ia polled. Havana
Servia the Weak Point. has assumed great Importance in everydiscussion I : CigarsMade
4f 1 "' the bust back where It be-
I of the final apportionment of Pot pfPt'l'nt the full bust hemharms
In formulating the plan for a great the Ottoman empire Italy and France 'M J.tI! the sppesrsnce 0' tlsbt ( in Bond)
J. ..
bin. t'lImlnatt the dllnftr ofUfASSI
drive toward the east the position of the allies have dl fah 11/II
Bulgaria presented the greatest dlfflcutty among tentatively 'j E:;[ S drsaaing musclesandconnnethe' Thai would be sulllclcni guarantee, but In addition to
vided thin ('O [III. while In the offer that $ flesh nt the shoulder efrlns e
to the Teutons, since any ad : was made to Greece there was included iirn l Irra'rulllnl to the entire upper tsar that this Cigar Is made by
vas. :t daintiest anil mot ll'NbljlIArmjln'" Inset.nslle.come
ito Turkey must sooner or later ,
the section from Smyrna to the gulf ;\ In ttmtrrtaU and Mjrlwi'roM. liwk. llm.lc
cross Hutgnrian ftoil. Hut with UulCtrln of Adalla. The Islands lying off blip 7l Irntil,Siiftillrp\ llnmlcHU, tp. llnnvd with \\alohn."DMrustlcM
rl) BERRIMAN BROS.
half :. twniiif-prrmtttinR waiidlng without r mt>v |
co-opvratlnjr. the problemWM coast are also expected as ppolla of war '
6' (I
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I 11 Uv your drslrrshnw ynti Dim JolI nrMlvr" ,If not ntnrk
solved. There remained then the by the allloH In case of their *U choice uf two courses of procedure, to The Importnttt Inland of IthodcM U nl- I \I J1KNMMIN ft JOIINM. ft Warren lwt., Newark N, J, In 'their Dlue Ribbon Factory
e
tlulflto I the neutrality of ItoutntmU to ready. ocrupliHl by Italy, as are aim
I tech" HulgnriA or to fight a way IKTOMHprvln. Kft, fltnwpnlla and several other uf
The first of throe WM reject - -- -=- ,
the smaller Pporntlrs Ramos (Chin GOOD AND BAD CIGAR STORE i
ed. flh* "would IxmltAte' l long before and Mytllene have been Included In the

taking aids| Hint "would trim It uml. concession 'to Ureeee If she would espouse .

nlrt's flit" army Into tbe ranks of her the allies' cause, *royrnn ran he The Right Idea In FLORENCE 122 S. Orange Ave, next Io T, U* Evans
enemies Nervla, unbroken though she easily readied by the Germans from oil Stoves
lies l"y her last ,,,ar'l campaign Constantinople' and from the former MttMMiMlMiMMMMMMlMIMMMMMMULIABILITY
Against Atntrla amt her long wreitla place they might be able to eierrlsn a Oil/! Cook Stoves' StiiS; *

With disease seeniMl the weak In control our hutch of the roast Mh to '
the frlo 'titp I Ult I totes atefclmtilpi lab' "l'lIahl P.
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the aawe tactic. iht prHyw4 aseaRFc1erui sit t"l4wm. pawascus' and tryw t.tmoav t is t lh tag "U@ ***nmr' fragtaaFti-;

siaaihwt spa 4uktrlau. ist other towns pf |lea Italy .taln4. ED. PINAUD'S LILAC
Gho A, HUTCIUNSON General Agent-
,
year, Rut wala ,heir /taut\ t\ ,the tq o
There U a railroad leading down
tartar of the country, W ber' the tpp g- Syrian coast from Alepim tu beyond the the Thsj treat French perfume# winner of )highest i International

rapby 1* t4 their favor and where with Peas seat and on to Medina and by awards, Each drop at sweet and fragrant;as the living Lilac Orlando, Florida
the aid' of English officer* they bav means of this tbe German forces, so far I blossom A celebrated connoisseur said: "I don't see how
e Room 4 and 6 Watkins Block Phone 700
been bard at work for many months aa opposition from tbe people of tbeuntrJ' Pea CM sell such a remarkable perfume for 75 cents a boHle"-an
ta building defense remember each bottle contains 6 oz.-it is wonderful value. Try it.
Is concerned could take the
up Ask your dealer today for ED. PINAUD'S LILAC. For 10 cents
Share In Advance.
Bulgaria's route to Suez. There would still be before
-
j our American offices will send you a ttsttnf bolll,. Wntt today. .
Germany was assisted in her Invasion them however tbe desert of Et
PAEFDMERIE ED. PWAUD. Dept M ED. PDJAIID BIdfr. New York
by tbe Bulgarian forces working Tib. but as this was crossed earlier In
from two points-one toward XUh and the war by a Turkish forte there seems
the other along the Warder valley no reason why the Teutons might not
where she ts expected to hold In check undertake the same expedition with I
ROOFING
the forces that tbe allies have sent to some assurance of success. t ORLANDO
YOU tOWN SHOPPING
Berrla's assistance! through SalonlkL Submarines Co-operate. DO AND
Granted tbe often of
proved bravery
The activities of the German and
the Servian army its stand against Austrian submarines in the Mediterranean SHEET METAL CO
this double Invasion was hopeless even "
sea form another Interesting
with such aid as the allies may give.Once phase of the proposed Invasion of tbe "Onyx" o p HosieryGives

arrived at Constantinople with near east by the Teutonic allies. Countvon
' Servia crushed and the Bulgarian army Bernstorff. tbe German ambassa- the BEST- VALUE for Your Money Metal Slate Tile Tin Asbestos,

behind her to keep tbe lines open for dor to the United States announced Ewy Kiaj froa Cons ta Silk Far Men. weeks sod(CkUn ,

the movement of troops and supplies. some time ago that many British and I Anr Color and Style From 25c to $5.00 per pair and Rubber Roofings
Germany will be prepared for the development French ships had been torpedoed in
Look for tb.Trade .
Mark Sott by AQ Good De los;
of her eastern campaign.tOrE'CUt
these waters. Then came the sinkingof
Any of what direction this the Italian liner Ancona. Lord & Cornices Skylights. Healing Ventilating, bolas] Ceilings
"Wholesale Taylor
l NEW YORK
campaign might take must at the pres- The German U boats succeeded In .

ent time be pure speculation. Many slipping past Gibraltar, where the allies Works: 14 E. Church St. ORLANDO
expeditions are possible that would were supposed to have many watchful
threaten the allies from many sides patrol boats In wait for the enemy
but large loom tbe practical difficulties But
ao during tbe night the submarines 1 ---
In tbe way that even speculation gained entrance Into the Mediterraneanand
IN4s wild :The one fact that Germanv for weeks played havoc with allied

shipping The darinsr cf the undersea D I LS AM "TH I M C5
boat in tonkins the trip from the Kiel
canal to the Austrian coast has not .) CLEANS.POLISHES 1 EVERYTHING The Proper Christmas Card

T. ENTItlCANCONTRACTOR been surpassed l during the war.

Ut sEti PREVENTS RUST EVERYWHERE h engraved td order for your feet-soiia! Use* We! HaVe! a beautiful

- - iihe bf sa itt le9 dhd hate taketi !seVehal! btdeW dUHft: the jiast!!
1'hotie 5 for ..
for t betel of i} t tt 61d Itekabhi! eflt tEbomB \

t'i tsU AND OYStfcttdfllH t IDs!!!' dntnN ale ebillkttch 1kmLn; q ItsteI snft thetfd aws Cm.et cloth t41 /lot ka lhelpat ot I iisektft i 19 % treasure to hew pu these bautiul htfPleh l even! i If

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ORLANDO IS FAST PROVINGITS PINE CASTLE NOTES I:zaar December 10 in their parish 11111111I1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 111111111-111111111..
NAME house. Refreshments will be sold and
Pine Castle. Fla.. Dec. 7.-Mrs. L. their display of Christmas gifts will

: C. Newell arrived Thursday evening be something very nice. "No Tree Is A First-Class Tree : : \
"GtyBeautifuF from her summer home in Ashtabula, A temperance talk will be given in I Nursery ;
Ohio, and is domiciled for the winterin Union Chapel following Sabbath
There have been over 10 miles of the Newell bungalow on Lake Con- school.
brick streets put down within the' way. The Newells have come to this Practicing for the Christmas entertainment F Unless Budded i
city limits in the past year, borderedon locality for the winter for a longer' has begun and all our
each side by concrete side walks, : number of years than any of our win- I young people are very busy. '
which will be completed this winter. j ter residents and their arrivals are F E r from Bearingtrees
Beautiful homes demand beautiful hailed with delight. Mr. Newell always CONWAY ITEMS y
sidewalks and streets, and it takes j arrives early in the season and
all three to make a beautiful city. ,Mrs. Newell always gets here for Conway, Fla., Dec. 7.-The teachers
If a good sidewalk has not been I Christmas.Mrs. gave a reception Friday afternoonto of a known
put down in front of your place you J. L. Sundy attended Saturdaythe the patrons of the school. Miss
are not doing your part to make the reception tendered Mrs. Park Layton made an address on home ceo-1 I
city beautiful. I Trammell, wife of Florida's chief executive nomics. There was a large crowd in i' rte Quantity nd
by Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Griffin, attendance.The | ,
of Orlando, Mrs. Sundy being Mr. j box social given on Thanksgiving
Call the Griffin's aunt. Upwards of 250 ladies i was quite a success. Some of the
ORLANDO CONCRETE attended the reception, which was ivery t i boxes sold as high as two and three Quality of Production.O.W.- ;
!beautiful in its appointments.Mr. dollars.
WORKSand
Carl Wenner, of New York city, I The improvements still continue on
get figures on all classes of con- was the recent guest of Mr. and Mrs. the school house. Two flues, or chimneys -;j ;
crete work. Scholhamer and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. I were made last week which will .
I
Wigman., Mr. Wenner is located at insure comfort for the winter.
Phone 495; 401 Long St. Sulphur Springs for the winter and Next Friday afternoon n receptionwill Conner.
is scheduled to spend the Christmas be tendered the teachers by the
holidays with his friends here. patrons.
Mrs. J. L. Barr, who has been visit Mrs. M. T. Arnold and little son, Trees like these will work for you while you sleep. They can't be
Convinced ing her daughters, Mrs. P. M. :Shani-:; Millard, have returned from a trip to grown overnight; it takes time. Contract for YOUR supply NOW.

!burger, left Thursday for her home the North. She made nn extended

"Yea," Raid the specialist, as he in Mansfield, Ohio, being called thereon visit to her sister, whom she had not
stood by the sick contractor, "1 can account of the illness of her moth. seen for years.
cure you." er. Mr. Barr will remain until Jan Hev. Jones, pastor of the M. K. Two years ago in their advertising and by actual demonstration TilE OCKLAWAHA
man"What faintly.will\ It cost, asked the sick uary before ho returns home. church, preached his farewell sermon NURSERIES began to educate the public us to what really constituted n real, first-class

"Ninety-five dollars." Mr. J. 11. Smith made a business last Sunday.Mr. nursery tree of citrus fruits. The public when shown in our test groves what could be aecomplished -
"You will have to shade your price trip to Tuvares Monday In the interest . J. A. barber has gone to KIsslmmce -
trees in nurseries to call for DE
a little," replied the contractor. "I by planting us they are grown our began yes,
of real to attend to the picking of
estate matters
got a better hid from the undertaker." MAND trees that were properly propagated TODAY nurseries that have not been in existence
The specialist stood |lint on his price Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hail have had several orange graves In that \lclnlty.Mi .
and hU competitor got the job and experiences this past Week. Mr. I *. W. J. Coholy has opened' ) up his five years, are clamoring "PEDIC5REED". : l for their strong suit In nursery produc
We are 11'laHllll In our line of tion. What would YOU do In their Mr Planter of would sell
work and wuiltnrv conditions irevall.It Hull' cousin, Cant C. P. Hall, who naval stored business. This U n treat place, ? Why course you your
will\ pay you to stay on the) cafe has nude his home lit Whiter 1'nlk I enterprise'' and make' things. lively in trees'" and adopt the surest' method. Hut you are a 11UYER: not ft SELLER; and YOU AHE )

fclde. for several winter, passed away COltWit)'. Interested tho very best' result' you can get from your grove when you have spent your

Thursday night, having Just. 1.t't'I11\ time and money to bring it Into bearing
Orlando the South for two \\' \.kt4. HU "body TAMI'A.\\' LAND) TIIANKMilV-\
,' Then do not bu mislead by claims Intended for thnt purpoVe) alone, but buy your trees where
was IIffOIllII""It'11 home U Kliellmuriie ISO I 0(11)() MAI.I.
'o\lnro\ absolutely safe. Get them from tho OCI\I.A AHA NURSERIES: : tho originator
) ,
Steam Laundry Pull, Mil!!!!., by hU fun, II. W. Hull,
of KU'limuiiJ, "". A few days later Tampa} Pee. 7.=Tampa I he almootrfitwin of proper practices In propagation for the express purpose of producing the one thing
FRENCH! DRY CLIANF4tSI4AUNAFIthRS Mr. Mini Mr*. Hall received word pf to get one of the Florida foot- Florida needs!/ In tho market, first-class fruit and plenty of It.

(he death of their friend l\Irli. A. II. bull fumes next season, und prospects Our trees will cost; you more, may be fifteen to thirty cents more, but Professor Shnjnel's
PHONG 88 Harvey, ut Av pka. Mrs. IIArve1IIr !bright for /securing the
are
work In California has demonstrated that an increase of 50 per cent can be obtained our
: were taken by her husband Thanksgiving II. \\'. ('oXlleun
game.
,"ny. over the ordinary method of propagation. What then is the fifteen to thirty cents in
home Urattleboro Vt. the
tit their at of the psychology department of
S. Helen Graves I Cupt. Hall was: frequently guest at university and chairman of the athletic comparison? CATALOGUE FREE-Write for it.

: the home here of his cousin, C. C. committee, was here last night .
Shampooing, Manicuring, Facial Massage Hall, and Mr. and Mrs. Harvey had for a conference with Florida alumni.
Scalp treatment, given under
modern scientific principals. My spent some time here about four Their representations, that Tampacan
treatments have given entirely satisfactory years ago. support a big game, were satisfactory Ocklawaha Nurseries
results. An electrical body Dr. E. T. Poulson preached Sunday to Professor Cox. lIe left
wil relieve congestion and
massage afternoon in the church.Mr. for Plant to
is a wonderful cure for neuralgia and Baptist this morning City speak
nervous troubles. It stimulates every I and Mrs. Wm. Wigman and before the Hillsborough county edu- O. W. Conner. Proprietor, Tangerine, Florida.
organ in the body and brings back to their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Schol- cational association.
you good circulation. Just try one. hamer, and Mr. F. Kubach motored Mississippi A. and M., Tulane, Uni-
Prices for switches of the best quality -
on aplication. Apointments can i to Sanford Sunday afternoon and vis- versity of Mississippi, University of G. G: WRIGHT Agent Orlando Florida
be made by phone 679. Hours 9 to ited with Mr. Wigman's cousins, Tennessee, University of Alabamaare .
12 a. m.; 1 to 6 p. m. Messrs. Nicholls and Witte. all prospects, and will be consid- ..
PAULORSYowell.Duckworth The Christian Workers of Union ered by Professor Cox with the Tam-

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The NEAREST and best LOCATED lots 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 lot.
This special ofTer Is fully GO per cent less than market ,value and the purchaser gets the benefitof

the reduction.If .

you want the credit of doing something good for Chrktma, give your wife! one! of these lots ,
and give some! portion of the! 60 per cent, which you will save! by buying one of the above! lots to

some charitable cause. }

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I huusekeepingt UKNlwrurflUtal I also! large flat! for li!! \ I I H R. BERRY!.!

Iel, I fijpm1; I block\ hum fPHtt
lawn ggtf I'almelta' street, U.l1: =\ I I
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MDlilII KINDERGARTEN, !!
room, rim Methodist fhurehj, \ A complete line of Ford Accessories
phone 2'J1: or call 14 Bait Jack
street, IO:29(= ; a staff of expert mechanics FOR SALEA
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FOR RENT= ;the season, to render (satisfaction in all
or year one upstairs flat for
vESTATEOPP. housekeeping; also' other rooms, lines of Automobile Repair
garage, electric lights and bath
SAN JUAN house 10-tfc. Apply 300 East Conc rd Work. Vulcanizing, Oils and fine lot 55 ft. by 130 ft. on

MOTEL. Gasoline, and fair and square
f FOR> RENT-Rooms; large, airy S. West St. $2300.
stairs bed room recently: prlcea.
nicely furnished, twin iron beds,
FARM LANDS DROVESMUSESLOTS. venient toilet and bath. Also
enette and use of dining room.

ly dress located."Landlord Reasonable," care of the rates. For Nine Years

11.16-lmoc
FOR SALE We have been in business at the C.A.HOVEYAdvertise
FOR RENT-Summer cottage;
suite of four rooms with 3 b ; I,same location, Corner of South
'OR SALE OR RENT-By owner, anew also' 3 room flat for light '
modern bungalow and with six ing electric! lights, bath, Main and Church Streets.
Urge rooms, hall, bath, with every attractive grounds 112 per ( I
convenience to make a desirable home; up. 10 W, Concord avenue, Phone 229
nice, l lot; desirable' !location! near take U.28'lme

Che ( ece 1 u.pphtad latter reasonable part; of-No'Yeml@r @* FOR RENT-Large pleasant' \ Orlando'fe Lending Repair Shop
will he nlihtld with private
I Also ;have a l eU> room eutage rooms and GarageIXCIIRSfflN
bungalow, withrlt'p Cose 'in, 80S:: North Orange \ { l
( und a smaller I I.26lwksc) : !
niul tlfl1to bun purrlm er, ....... .
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Have hUo' several. rIll flI"11 tutting fur : in the Sentinel
Ktlltyrk1.II o 111 tI, fill FOR HKNT: .Withln two i Mook! - = -
tent, Address! Florida Hanltnriuni, 5 t'"IIII < ,
Grid
Phone
1'fllttier street! Orlando \ furnished with
"rwrntsi, nicely !
H.l 124mo' -I for garden, price I2S.OO:\ per RATES

.&.*ttU_ tlAti-Dwelling; six! room with, FohJa127Gt Address\ >tlrs. 1L T\ Moore ... _v. ._ . I I. . --
practically hew, hll'e-condition, (

I and lawn shrubbery, beating'location citrus; near fruit Lake$4,000 trees I'ola'er:, ,terms.roses)', FOR pletely RENT furnished Suite for of rooms' Account ofChi'istfflas Hammond & GoreFUNERAL

4 desirable Box 33, Orlando, In choice part of city. Gas,
1 Address "Owner. 11.1G-1moc heat hot water, a small porch, DIRECTORS AND EMHALMERS
7 C
Fla.; Holidays
per month. 514 Magnolia.
FOR SALE-One new 191G touringcar 12-7-6t
body, top, windshield and lamps.A Low Prices
Values
FOR RENT-Furnished, Real
bargain. Act quick. Ford Garage, Via
11-13-tfc suite of light housekeeping
209 Squth Orange avenue. on first floor, bath in connection;
FOR SALE AT BARGAIN tric lights and telephone; \ Atlantic Coast Line COMPARE
desired family. 312
private
Or will rent completely furnished, ;
and attractive home, Main street. 12-5- OUR FURNITUREWe
new, modern __ i '
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pretty lawn and shrubbery, near I --- Standard Railroad of the South
Eola two stories, five rooms, bath, FOR RENT-Large two story
;
screened sleeping porch, and summer nished dwelling\ modern provide the quality of furniture that has lone been accepted
dining room. Address Owner, Box iences, two sleeping porches, by knowing furniture buyers as the standard of merit. If

397, or call at 312 Broadway.ll10-dw-tf blocks and West from streets.postoiTice Jas., corner A. Knox.11.24tf eI an article is here it is good. It wouldn't be here were it. otherwise.

.i I I Tickets sold December 17-18-23- W. can't make this point too clear-it is one of the foundation
FOR SALE, OR TRADE for good tones of this business and that means much to any buyer.
automobile, 10 acre tract, 7 acres FURNISHED ROOMS: -Also 21 and -">, limited to reach orij-
cleared and under fence fruit trees, 5 flat for light housekeeping, nil
room house, Irrigating plant, barn and veniences. 211 Kant: Jackson inal! starting point by midnightof
0 miles from city on brick near Methodist church.
garage of the McNEILL & DAVIS BLOCK
-
road. Address "Trade, cnre January 10th.
Sentinel, Orlando, Fla. 11-18-lmoc TO RENT: -Large room, with a
- suitable for two )people.) Corner Orange Ave. and Church Street, Orlando, Florida
WTR SALE-A good: five room house, able.\ All convenience (:'
J*% fine condition, In good location; 212 .East: Jacknon. 1'hone 400. i
hot and cold water; three lots; A bar 12.1-tfcE'Olt For Information Call on

.rain fur quick buyer. Call nt. .the W. WHITE, U. T. A.v.1LO'NEALC,1'&T..
tfe
fiummerlliu 1I :.0! RENT: -!.urge airy :
new modern home, every (' A.
FOR BALK-I"ln. middle hori chmn.( ience, unexcelled fur IIU fl'ClU | , to Want Ad in the Sentinel
See Jit*. I,. Mlles( .. ii.25.trc he-lwlf' block jitney husi) Orlando Try a
If desired RciiHoiiuble. I'hone ( ,
:FOR HALF":' Lnrire refrigerator ""J Call 10 Knot: Amelia

Ai of,Kno\err ,inntkvt__" fixture, rhenp.U.27.tfd Jn*-.frlllt I'(''II lt huufK-keeplngi HUNT I: Furnished!! $ Si htm-k Looms. 12.80t'I*i L.ii1111)1: ". I.4U t I1&4 ) Hitt I : II I i1WI&. P9s

At.t:1-011: () i tlilrkenmletfer;\ ,' A Mitiit \rouse! 1U2: JelTerwiih ! '. )
t Iprwooil Miewilteri( *, fheitli., AilJu. :
,tll'.11 ,"* ,rtia, laniattfII1I1M _! I ti'i|I 1 'r-'I'lvp toot house, !
I II arks east Itr IJtfltlllttHfiltilli "
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t'OIl It\: I.M .Ftelt t't'rev nhdantf' 111 111111 tllh\-"hlphl'PII: "hllhtl" "I
' ..11. "II.tt., i.ii .'111 IJ! a iitSWANTltlhoarders
PIMIlll. VI ;Miniiuv L.J
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c'aslk Mrttt, Jai ll I HlHii -
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=
==c= WANTKI)
,e11R aAtJ1 livri I IMMlll", llAUM, *i\Ihhlfhtti l
water ami, KMI; east "sir' iii KAOll ORLANDO
)lA'ilt nt'ghhulhuott,, | li; I.n t* wtowlM walk, roume, for thlti/ ft) '
"pram iHutflffiee, f ail0 cash, Balance. \ per week, IOIi i\iAnl';;m l tr .
">ay iMVinent, Indira Montgomery' IJ:1=Hte1AR \

imflh 18-IH\e\iH4na I>ion.., I'ltune fll5. IlENT-burnished ; Cement Agatlte Plaster and Lime .

f
season, corner
year or ; -
? : Cheap, Incubator,broo4=
) ?? pATiE- and Concord; seven rooms, $
era, coops, thoroughbred chickens,. porch, garage, gas, hot water. ,,
Mnd chicks, White Leghorn*, Anco. 23 East Concord, next door. of
Las, Rhode Island lledij t wonderfulLayers' .
will guarantee to furnish hens WANTED-To list all kinds of
\i'r pullets now laying! 701 West. erty for sale or rent. I am I
Central avenue 12-5-
SALE-FOR RENT-Houses; nished glad to and list unfurnished what you have.1 i A Slave To
furnished and unfurnished. Also H. B. Leake, 45 East Tine "I Am Not MyKitchen"
tome splendid lots. Call and see what I'hone 179. 10-e-dw \
) have to offer before you buy or
tent. Mrs. II. B. Leake, 45 East Pini; POSITION"WANTED-
I ttreet or 312 Broadway. Phone 17i> stenographer desires position I
!08dw.lmo brains, executive ability and
'"' will advancement.
work gain
[F SALE OR EXCIANGF.-Dulrk per month. Address &: .
roadster, recently overhauled land care Sentinel.
repainted. Will sell for cash, or will
exchange for a lot. or for A larger LOST

tar.27UTollAHOAINS-lit.Write Auto 1'. O. Box 8tVJ.: 1.STmAU L-( a faced Mary Sunshine finds that her all-gas-kitchen givesher


-1012: Rro tourIng Empire: pin., 'between hotel. Monogram Lake Lucerne I.. B. the greatest freedom She does her Christmas shopping without a worry. When
car, '. doom, good repair, tire back.! Return to Orlando
curly nv first party hero with crust Co. and receive reward she returns n turn of a valve starts her! dinner cooking: -even before she takes oft
: fl() grty it. AW i cylinder lira, 11.3: -tfc
;;,1th light truck body, *r.O.tire These her wraps.
big bargain' (;('0. E. Bates & MISCELLANEOUS
!'Jan, Altamonte Spring\, Florida. -
\-1-tf GEO.. : T. HULL CO.
t'hone[ tll.*. Rmk liMit.( :
run SALE-Fine Barred !tack chick- ('nl"nil\ sec us if interested' "My Gas Range is my servant--not
rns. Inquire nt No. 12: llughry estate. Buy, sell or exchange
rret, or phone :Iir;. 12-8-Ctc: erty.ll-'J-lmoc Kentals: carefully !

master""It
TWO STORY COTTAGE for sale or my
rent; nice and close in. 1*. O. Box AT CHRISTMAS: you will I be .
113.:; 12-3-Ct:! to Five photographs if
Evans No. 102 rortbIain., '
I ,)Ili) TOURING CAR, in good con- north of court house. Make Co requires so little of my time and energy to prepare appetizing meals on my Gas
dition. Terms if desired. Chas. P. pointment now. Phone 125.::; 'n 1! ,
11-23-lmoc I ; to the pleasure of making house a
1'ow. M2-8-tfc Range that I can devote myself so much more my I

FOR RENT BRING YOUR CHILD truehome.
paring neat display of : 1 .
photos for the fair. Want
Ion RENT-Nicely furnished rooms child. No cost to ,.
you.
in new, modern home; one-half eight years and under, .
St.Pe's .
,
k from Anderson street near free and
on Wednesdays
hospital.! Reasonable rates fort Howard's Studio. : ,
:< 40G Margaret street.
.23season.
\')
Umbrellas eovarea! and

10R RENT-Three rooms at For. "while you wait" av young's ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO
mosa. Inquire at Formosa post Shop, 21 E. Pine St.
o'fice. 12.5-Gt'
FOR A REAL; BARGAIN IN
OR JU'NT-r.ar e boarding house; ESTATE: ;, or a hotel GAS DEPARTMENTI'
o also rooms and board; rooms for see or write to G. Harod,
light housekeeping.. Everything: com. Fla. : s
fArtable. Inquire 410 Margaret street.
The Iroquols. 12-B-Ct HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE .
SALE-Large lot of new
!'OR RENT-.Attractive business beds, dressers tables..,
room. See U, It. Berry it the Ford Prices right. Address B.,
Gat.,.. 11.11tffoil tlnel. '; Si LI
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LOCAL AND PERSONAL tt..A. MMM . . . . . .. MMM.
! -
Mr. J. M. Brady will leave today
for Center Hill, 1<'1a.. where he will I
rS it organize a camp of the Modern
iI Woodmen.Mr. .

I I ALWAYSALmT H F. Phipps, commercial agent
of the .
Southern Railway, with headquarters
I TO PROTECT in Tampa, was among the
THE) well known transportation men visiting *
Orlando )'ellterda)'.
I .DEPOSITOR
RIDE in Hamrick's Jitney Bus one
i I II : hour 12 miles .for 3Uc. 8-28-tfc 88
t H $1849.
tI I Mr. R. S. Drown has rented the f.

MODERN DAY METHODS cigar stand window of W. S. Branch, .
and j
conservative
opposite the
general
delivery of the
, old time safety ore factors that goy po8toTice! and has stocked it with all I
ern in the management of this bank. kinds of nmokera good .
Now, just as they always have-for progress. CHRISTMAS MONEY
Mr. Chun.V.. Moore, of Scrnnton,
I'd, who upent Itut winter in
Orlundu,
The
State Hank H
n commercial bank,
kite returned and Intend to remain

.. .having, MI ..__the.. resource_....__u 11,__connections_ H. nnd.estlon in this flection until 1111 rhur.- Mr.. Now
' Moore U noto. ready for the
IUr violinist
1'1111m'cl'll'lnry HIVJ nuill |in of lt; depositors interest' Successful of ,
commercial activity is largely depend Ravings checks nrt good as bold our Xmas Saving
Ask for them whenever you (buy
ent upon banking service and the cooperation thing! 11-11 anf-.if Club.
of n strong> bank is an Important -
business asset Mr. K U. l FUher, who will be

Largest Hank lletween Jacksonville pleasantly remembered by many as Next Club starts December 20th
and
having spent last winter in Orlando,
Tampa. has returned for another visit and 1t I la
t pleasantly located at the Em iI 1te --- ---

THE hotel.

STATE BANKORLANDO Alf. L. Me, Wit the .ifuhilhEh t The Peoples National Bank
I fctbckrHfcH bt Urahfeb t-btihty: +, frtblbFtdttt
OF \ Utlahdd yfcsteFtHy't fi-bhi hH hbftitrit ; lilt I A PleaUF6! To Serve! Yeu1' 1m 1r I II
liHV iili! nhti titt tllfe A-i
} ( (tit+( ? IbbkIII ;
? ftH bUIIH !M! BHtltFi tilUi l HUH:
gllfltf \\Hk flit lHl :

V de. Hnrit1tf+ BURY Nt3a fil:
I : itMr
..
1 H lioper has came: fro
tlshlahNla 4 skis, |p t.pend+l pngthe
-' .- -. .. winter i 10 (HMnjp' Air Uppers'' at
JracHH daughter, uhq accompaniehim
last year, remains$ at home this
,
winter.Mr. .... " "
MMMMMMMMIMIMMMIMIMMMMMMMiMiMMMMIMMIIIMMJUST
and Mrs. Ma Hoy Butler left 1 1NM
JP, PI, NOLDROUK yesterday afternoon over the Coat t N.FiMNNNi..... .. . ... .. . . . .... w.! ., ... ., .. ...,., . . .
HAYNES Line for Hilton, S. C., where they wil I
Dealer spend the Christmas holidays with
the parents of )Ir. Butler. will
They

N HUPMOBILE HUPPEL ServiceNew B DROSS R 0 S I nile I he absent period.from Orlando for an indtfi J JSome


Savings checks are accepted as can h
in tho savings department of the RECEIVED
Peoples National Hunk. ll.ll.tt

Mr. J. II. Magrudcr, Jr., has rcnti-i
tho new concrete bungalow lately of those reliable STUDEBAKERS 40 Horse
finished' on the northeast nido of I,tktTola ,
.
: rind ....i1Int once move his household Power Touring Cars '
good from the Arcade to tho
new locution, where he and Mrs. Ma
ruder will be, nt home to their many $960.00 f. o. b. Orlando
friends.
.
Beautiful Christmas rifts nt the
Tuttle Gift Shop second 'floor Powell ,
Duckworth building. \\-l2-8-tfc

Work has begun on I). tSeacham's San Juan Garage
now garage. It is to be of brick, two Company
Ford Home stories in height, and in keeping with
his magnificent residence just nearing -
-
completion Mrs. Iteachim will I
Now Open ,i-hortlv mnke n trin. to New York city. OrlandoDaytonaMMMiMIMIIMIMIiMlilMMIIMIIHMMMMi
to purchase I furniture and draperies '
209.11 South Orange AcnucTelephone for her home.

336 I I.

IS-Ride HI-tt Hamrick's jitney bus, Ce.. I


18-New 1916 returned Mr. Hoy from Lesson London, who, Canada him recently any) .... ......... ... . .1.............

Fords I. stopping nt the home of Mr.
on the road. Place your order now, Ihumwurt I&nIIMr.. 8jken, 203: ,\m'r.Irl MMMMiMMMMMMtMMilMfMIMMIlMIMMMfMMMMMMIIM .liMM<'...M
nnd mold disappointment. \ IItrt't't. lie hAil many thrilling'
iorleii( to tell tbout the wars etc, but
"Make!\ thl Ford Hume Your Ford Home." ho wan one of the lucky ones to come Who Will Be Your Executor? {
t rrough nil right, for which his Or-
F. G. RUSH ando friends rejoice.
ANSWER NO. Z _

)For unusual! and artistic gifts, g o Your estate may be materially Impaired .. a C : '
J J't"lili to the Tuttle Ulft Shop ilJStfc: direct trustee.result of the appointment of an txecutoror q -

Mrs J. t" t"nrrl; ntrlted Orlah yk
lo '-l'iphJnItftHhU!'; h btl the TattiptSpecial When an Individual I Is ahpolnihd-: ti '
'
tohiliijr frnnt Itanrille./ ky 1he! flnahehl 1 rt si+(\h!ibliltj-; J Is pphtfailf fcfraktrll .,.t ; # t"
where she has pt"l the '
suhlmerMr
thli I U etiallj\ > JirttVltlfed' Hi Ifilh that the f'Hilt: >t1 D 4 ,
ItHK tlettihtd
+ itt ; Irt the ;
\\' l; Ilt Htib hbfnlhiUhd td SeHb; aS rt-tltttF; shall be H; ttisedKHf : ,
ltiN t Iht11 ftttb HH! ncbbtlrit Hfir btii!l-
ffbffl
IN RiI,1\'t ltW\\'lint. J t W I Ut\' -=-; Hlli Ittirifch 4 llUlfe litlar 1 IH ilHf i bllfldHliR > ; .., .t ,r
: (the\ etii t:i*HIt: :ilt-. Ittb t; 4Jit 1ItItt \MI\ NJlirll( \ t : It4.; 1 thtlth, 9iOr II fiiHHh Ufnhit4 1 itthHMI' f tRF bl lisp t B! Ertt 1 BRd th+R 6rtjf! I fstftHl\ !ectf: . l.4

the lIlf! e nt iHtljr IH 11I1I 1t with 11Il1 ll1iHtin ilHJr ': FIEt'' fHHHRit 1 !lair ii FFRIP(d: '" r
'\\IIII ;Wwt: HFrHfI(lslilt+H Fllllltr( :( iiIkViIFs \\HHJ it TcR Sf t PBmpHiJ! i is pflfftfd-: 1 1 I
atO
1 i
our t
t+'PPli't' tits i )lHfP with (ho Hf'tli18st\\ tkkt "HI t ?11\prWflrl1f: flllt\ t n. Ji.h fif\# R} tH f Ffit Q ti ,f Tp-IJ p'AiiHn fI tHtfiHH! F! ef HfAP FIHRRFIRi i 1 Fr' i. .4 v#
f PIP(! pAfiit.tmf! ii II!fFlJrf :
nmnnpth,\\ lf] n pew .ind 1 t J liRMM/Hl l d es'1 $ arp Frt+Hte "p are \itan \. Smith enrprtsea; hi ii A pang Rhiek, pRS pchiRd. it rile t fqHrIJ flnRReiai!: '
Hr4 stnrp* in thu poHnfry fp sii them. ngtperpgs fren) +l3 ill Ortanoq! -
pe\pr Injy nut-pf-Me; QW VPM Hst rd.y strength pf |the JniqHoq} |h always #+'ied:! wtth
article JierP afternoon by blowing in from the Probace Goner'' y4 fI" F+s r J" J the 'i.Jt$ t' -
OMr JHsplaY!l for Christmas win) interest yoq. There Miami, where he t has been sojourning g _
are some very flew anti| wry beautiful nQ>etiei! ,-some- since his arrh'al'Q weeks ago (rom Answer No. 3 will i l appear in a subsequent issue -
thing to please everyone to whom you want to give. Come Wheeling, W Va. The "doctor" has of this newspaper. ,o!+s la'"t
early and choose while the wide assortment offers the been coming to this section for a 7 tr
best
opportunity.You'll number of years, and is very poular Come in any time and freely ask for further ,
not be
that. disappointed at this store. We see to with a large number of acquaint information on this vitally important subject. 3 #
antes. lie has not as yet decided I You are always welcome, and our office"! are always ) S.
whether he will remain here or die glad to adrisa.
vide his time between East and West

Coast_. resorts. _ The Orlando Bank
T.D.EVANS DoctorsQactiiuaster - & Trust Company .


& Brrlllda ere Orlando Florida

JEWELERAULUMIMIIIIIMIMMIIIIIIIIIIiilliliiiiMi OSTEOPATllS o

.Personal t Klrksvill.Instruction, Mo. under Dr. Still, CapitalSurplus; and Profits $141,000.00J..I..AA1."II..al.IIA.IU..r.I.1..l".t".I"

182 S. Orange AT*., abort Popl.
National Bank. Phone 678.
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