Title: The morning sentinel
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079945/00583
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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 10, 1915
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079945
Volume ID: VID00583
Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 34297093
alephbibnum - 002075052
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Other version: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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in Effort to Coerce
Meeting at Ocala-Woods Accident Occurred at Corner of

Greece BIG ESTABLISHMENT AT Agreed to Correct CertainMisrepresentations ALLIED FORCES MAKE TWO Central Avenue and Lake
Berlin Dec. 9.-Today's session of HOPEWELL BURNS; of RETREATS IN TWENTY- Street-Resting Easy

the reichstag was one of the grandest Loss $2,500,000 Orange HighwaysAt FOUR HOURS Last NightAt BY ENEMIES

in German history. 10:30 o'clock last night three
a late hour last night Miss

The house was filled to the last RICHMOND AND PETERSBURG HELP car loads of good roads boosters !. Esther Bence, the fifteen old
place. rolled into Orlando from Gainesville daughter of E. C. Bence, who was !IS EARLY PEACE VERY PROBABLE?

Many officers who returned from where they attended the quarterly knocked from her bicycle and pain- I -

the front were* present in their field Fire Fighting Apparatus and meeting of the Central Florida High- Allied Forces Are Hard Pressed fully injured while on her way to .Count Tisza, in Speech, Hints
way Association. The next meetingwill
grey uniforms and decorated with the Company of Militia Rushedto Von school yesterday morning was reported -
be held at Ocala in March, 1916. Mackenzen's Forces That Agreement May Be
to be
iron cross including the radical mem- Scene resting as easily as couldbe
on Special
Some very important matters Cross Vardar
ber, Ludwig Haas and the Socialist, came River on expected.The Reached in Near
to the attention of the association
Dr. Albert Suedekum. Southward Move accident occurred at the corner -

r.h..n.o..11-_._ ..-.... V._..u .D.1L.tY.................-u"5 lI...-_ and altogether the meeting was a of Lake--- -ctrAAt---.. -and--_ fonffnl____u_. _IVA. _- Future

reviewed the present military, diplo- Norfolk, Va., Dec. 9.-Hopewell, most profitable one. I London, Dec. 9.-The position of nue, as Miss Bence was turning into Berlin -
There Dec. 9.NU our enemies
the Du Pont Powder are now nearly 1,200 mem-
matic and economical situation after company the allied forces in the south of Ser- the latter thoroughfare. Before the make
started bers in the association and about peace proposals compatible
relating how the entente allies had recently a big manufacturing $800in bia becomes hourly more serious.It Ford car, which was being driven bya
establishment, was swept by fire late the treasury. During the next Germany's dignity and safety,
Mrs. Bacon
could be
tried to win Bulgarian support by I was admitted officially today brought to a
today and is still burning.The year some very constructive legisla- then we shall always be ready to discuss -
liberal offers of neutral and Austrian that the allied army has been forcedto stop, the child was dragged almost them "
powder plant, which is the tion will be enacted. An advertising said the imperial chan-
on the .
territory, and the chancellor stated make two retreats in twentyfourhours. entire width of the brick pave- .
outskirts of the town, was threatened campaign will be inaugurated where- ment, cellor, Dr. von Bethmann-Hollweg, in
that the Bulgarian czar had redeemed suffering severe bruises and
late this afternoon but reports to- by all Florida highways and cities on lacerations.Dr. addressing the reichstag today.
his promise given after the second With every retirement the allies
night state that the plant will these highways will be extensively The chancellor made it clear that in
Balkan war, in which Bulgaria had probably were closely pursued by the Bul a- Edwards was at once called and his opinion it would be for
be savedFist advertised throughout the folly
borne the brunt of the battles, and country. rians. :Miss: Bence was taken to her home at
fighting apparatus from Rich The name of the association will not 406 ,many to propose peace "as long as in
then The Greek East Pine street. After
was abandoned by Russia. situation becomes more an examination -
mond and Petersburg was rushed to be changed to "The Florida Highway the countries of our enemies the guilt
Serbia, who hesitated then, has received critical, and a clash on the Greek it was found that one and
ignorance of
Hopewell aboard special trains. Association and there was no fight statesmen are en-
her reward from the Russians frontier, or even in Greek territory, ankle had been severely wrenched,
The state militia over this proposition as all members tangled with confusion of public
because they wished her to stand company at Rich- is imminent the consequences of probably broken, but on account of ,

guard iw+the advance against Austria- mond was also sent when reports desired to stick to the original name. which would be most grave. the swollen condition of the member opinion.
stated that rioting had broken The one event of local interest
Hungary, but now Bulgarian flags are out. Not only are the attacking Bulgarians the exact extent of the injury could! I Count
The local militia is being held in the discussion which arose in the executive not be Tisza Speaks
floating the assisted Austrians and it is probablethat
over reconquered Serbian by but a report -
readiness tonight to go to the scene committee meeting relative to Budapest, Dec. 8, via London, Dec.
soil. an X-ray examination be
was received tonight that \'onMackenzen' may
of the fire. a Eustis editor's articles which mis- 9*-Count Tiara, the Hungarian premier
made for this
Serbia is crushed. purpose today.
One forces
more small Four hotels and many buildings in represented the actual conditions of are pressing I I in his speech at the latest session
country has been sacrificed for the southward with such rapidity that
Hopewell had been Destroyed when Orange county's brick highway; A i of parliament, invited Roumaniato
entente's interests. have FEW AMERICANS
they already crossed the Vardar SUITED FOR
the wire failed. protest signed by twenty-five members resume:' friendly relations /with
The Danube is now free. river. FOREIG3 BANK WORK 'f
The of the association A list n'n.TInnfnrv and In Hnafncr ad.
loss is estimated at asking for
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Turkish position on the Darda - England first contended that the -
verted to the
woods dismissal from the organiza I prospects of peace,
nelles is now firmer than ever, although I AMERICAN ASSOCIATION FOR tion was not pressed, as the Orange retirement of the allies was a stra New York.-It is difficult to find which, it is believed, probably foreshadows -

Asquith last summer pro- |tegical move, but later news indicates Americans! fitted to take a positionin I declaration
in the reichstag
LABOR LEGISLATION county delegation did not want to -
claimed its fall was imminent.The that it was one of necessity and that a foreign branch of an American i
break up the harmony of the associa- | tomorrow by Dr. Bethmann-
chancellor referred to attemptsof (the English expedition is in grave ; bank, Ernest E. Ling, manager of the llollweg.
tion. However it
Washington, Dec. 9.-The ninth was evident that I
the entente to their annual (danger of being foreign trade department
regain lost enveloped and overwhelmed of the Na
Regarding Count Tisza
the said
convention of the American As- majority of the executive com- peace :
Balkan position by threats of violence tional City bank, the first United
sociation for Labor Legislation will mittee disapproved of Woods' acts in I "When peace shall come depends
against Greece. States bank to invade
be held in the Shoreham hotel, Washington his use of the name of the associa- America, exclusively with our enemies."

"Those who pretend to be makingwar (GERMAN CO.NSUL" GKNERAL AT told the International Trade Conference .
December 28 and 29. tion in connection with his sand-as I.i
against Prussian militarism," he SAN FRANCISCO :SCORES here. j Britain Will
phalt propaganda and in publishing Not Requisition
said, Miiow threaten the Greek UNITED STATESSan I
government unjust and unfair articles concerningthis I: Washington, Dec. 9.AmbassadorPage

with the power of the English 81 TEACHERS TO MEXICO county's highways which suf- Francisco at London advised the state department -
navy. This attitude has madeit Dec. 9.-Franz 71
fered CASESJpllR at
from a recent unprecedentedrain. Washington that Great
impossible for them to continue Bopp, German consul general in San
Britain had acceded to the American
their ;Francisco, arraigned the American I I
regarding Belgium. Return Home After Studying Judge Cheney and C. B. Robinson, in I[protest against the requisitioning of
public statement last
In discussing the military situationhe : a night in Number Municipal Cases Much
ships of the American
Educational Methods in who went along with the Orlando Trans-Atlantic
what he
said that the situation favorable termed their unfair treat- Smaller Than I
was for the
party, made Woods' defense look company.
| v to Germany and her allies all United States81in i ment of his countrymen andpredicted
on ridiculous. lie showed most plainly wholesale Same Period of I Test cases will be made of the
of the tattle fronts. Party a exodus of German-
Commenting the administration that he was not acquainted with true Americans at the close of the war. Year Ago I steamers Hocking and Genesee which
upon conditions of the highways in this will not be requisitioned, but held
of he conquered territories the New York, Dec. Eighty-one "I do not like this country anymore I
county, that he based most of his Theta were seventy-one cases! In pending decision of a prize court. In
said the
chancellor said that the economic life Mexican school teachers who have | consul "and will! be
articles Upon hearsay, and what other | the municipal court during the month the meantime, Great Britain/ assures
In Belgium Is slowly reviving. been studying American educational happy to return to Germany. I am
hewppaers published, and what people of November, and In the trials of this the United Stated'! that ho other ves
disgusted with the ill
methods I( feeling die
In Poland the situation/ I la! serious the past year sailed for Vera *
told him, The matter was settled by t Ahd t number a total l of $2f(5.f.O( had been eels! of the! company will be feelted.
played the
Cru | urn hot only
in nome places, since the Russian! today aboard the steamer Mex one I
left e'etthltlltHldon I ico. Woods' word that he Would correct After the War there will take place a imposed In fines The disposition of

Helf government in Poland I N aril certain misrepreedntatinns i that ha j tegular, exodus! of (Herman-American, the t'UellVu as follows i Forty HOME() "'II'jIll' U KiroiIDH() HILL

had, made about Orange eounty'a ,\the whites and :II blacks) 11 druhkij, 2d:: HE 1IHOKBNMr
are waiting for the end of
to have 'been established and the i'ol* rim; tiKNtnnvN; ( ntuitcii (or :
mad and fighting 0
thai in the violating
future he would' ) traffie ordinance
ixh language* U being t taught/ in the (mum( ) "IIt I'lIImu; ) ATJAKHONVIIli t|the war hut now are renouncing their I ) Oee) W,
l Htreet
h olli, not atfi* to hi* (signature the epre* American citizenship! and returning profane language) fl vangrante) 1 one of the
+ ( ; pi'Mieity and cruelty to animals, and :9 for ether ef J prominent and wealthy\ residents! ef

The ihanrellar characterised\ 11111 n..I.ti"...!.".,.,,.. ".'.'.'' ;'''''4 H, __, nflni>en ifal\ reports! that lermany i 111 Jacksonville, Fte 1 ,, Dee, P,=Fire I'.H. rt- Highway.e"e"nH'\ Association re ete' .rrr,"" liepp enaracteripea\ the retierai\ in* the s t rrCHrFrr.county and W received nYHI"1f"' sentences tJ"r", tit! yesterday;i "'and 'I te" pleasantly i ; located;;
ve tigation* of bomb
defeated\ "Germany\ U near\ her early this morning completely &gutted 1 in the Orlando party were plots Ai from the criminal' court, ,aggregating\ for the winter at the Wyoming hotel,
"a storm in
end, etc, and also\ the report that the Episcopal': church of the Good I Messrs, Robinson, Ramsey Over- a teafYfJ.T.MOSTH \ jrt years and 3 months. There are Mr. Street and Mr. C E, lmiJlln

the emperor la preparing a solemn Shepherd at the corner of Oafc and street, Cheney, Glenn nrodwgter, .\ HOTEL till two others In the county Jail have enjoyed several summers fish

entry into Constantinople in order to Gilmore streets Riverside and dam- Reese, Hose, Year)', Smitn, and flAY FOR THE SEASON OPENS TO. whose cases have not as yet come to jog together in Lake Itomaseen, Ver

dictate peace terms there. aged, to no small degree, two resi- Weathersbee. mont, and they will doubtless be seen

Following the chancellor, Phillip dence buildings on both sides. The i' The Altamonte hotel l, at Altamonte trial.For the corresponding month of together a great deal angling for the

Pcheidemunn, the Socialist leader of I fire, the origin of which has not been THE SENTINEL'S SANT.CLAUS Springs, opened this morning to wel- last year there were 112 arrests; 101 finny tribe in some of the nearby
the reichstag, rose and said that the announced, was first discovered
at convicted lakes as both these
FUND come the tourists to Florida under ; 11 discharged or fines re- gentlemen are
.question of peace is now important. I 2:50 o'clock this morning, and, although 1 the capable and experienced mitted; 24 drunks; 48 traffic. Fines ardent disciples of lank Walton. Be-

"The difficulty is that statesmen don't the department's aparatuswas Previously reported . . . . .$45.2. cf the management $446.50. fore they return North in the springwe

know how to begin negotiations and quickly brought to the scene, the G. G. Wright . . . . . . . . 5.00 Geo. E. Bates & Son proprietors, who have, Messrs. would not be surprised to hear J

they are afraid of opening negotia- I firemen were unable to check it until Curtis & O'Neal . . . . . . 5.00 one of the most hostelriesin madeit DAMAGE SUIT STILL IN COURTIn of them breaking the record.
tions because it might be considereda the edifice was a total wreck. Noth- Miss Julia Chapman . . . . 1.00 I
Central Florida. The Altamonte
proof of weakness. ing but the walls remain standing.The Margaret Watson Rush . . . 2.50J. the circuit court yesterday FLETCHER
number TWO
After the chancellor's reply to the church was of brick construc- C. Anno . . . . . . . . 1.00 and opens the bookings quite a for later of guests little was done. The damage suit of BILLS IN CONGRESS

Socialist interpolation, other parties tion and elegant in design. The loss Wilbur James . . . . . . . J>5 accommodations Miss Belle Leake against Col. T. J.//
gave a joint declaration approvingthe will amount to several thousand dol- Unitarian Sunday School . . 5.00 Bates very gratifying.of Messrs. Watkins for $25,000 consumed the Washington, D. C.-Senator Fletcher -

cham-ellor's standpoint and en- lars. XYZ . . . . . . . . . . 1.00 .".""....11...1 are t\vvu sanguine A ,_,"_',_,"uu___ "uu__-a' 1.DaVe more.___ _maoe thanI_ I entire day.- The case will not nrob-. i introduced a bill to donate--n to__ thA____

dorsing the statement that peace con- ; their plans ably reach the jury before this after- : city of St Augustine, Florida for

ditions af'1 guarantees for Germany's CHRISTMAS VACATION WITH Total . . . . . . . . . . .$66.30 i| Numerous accordingly.improvements have been noon. park purposes, the tract of land

safety av necessary, even if they im- TilE SCHOOLSAt made in the Altamonte during the Only two indictments were returnedby known as "The Powder House Lot."

| plied the' hnexation of territory. past summer and fall and the house the grand jury, which completedits lIe also introduced a bill to providefor

I the regular meeting of the coun- will be more attractive and inviting work for the fall term of circuit the establishment, operation and

Ales Yielding Ground ty school board held Tuesday, the than ever in the past. court for Orange county, Wednesday. supervision of a national farm land

Paris, Dec. 9.-A dispatch to a board named the period from Wednesday Indictments were returned charging bank system in the United States of

j Paris journal: from Saloniki states 1 December 22d, to the 29th as the BISHOP GRAY IN ORLANDO Robert Williams, a negro, with mur- America for the creation of depositories -

that the allies are slowly falling back Christmas vacation for the county The der in the first degree and charging': for postal savings and other public -

I toward .Saloniki. The Bulgarian ad- schools. 13 many friends of Bishop Wm. Babe Fetty, white, with assault. The I' funds and for other purposes.

[vance guard has already reached the The trustees of the Orlando public Crane Gray, former bishop of Southern Fetty casa is set for trial Monday I
Florida, will be much I
(Greek frontier, adds the dispatch. schools will give the teachers and r'e learn that the reverend very gentleman pleasedto morning at 8:30 o'clock and the trial COUNTRY CLUB DANCE

from of Robert Williams will follow.
pupils Thursday, December 23, 1 arrived in Orlando -
THE WEATHERFor to Monday, January 3. yesterday after- 1 The Orlando Country Club was the
noon from Nashville, Tenn., and will
The Cathedral School for Young Curtis & O'Neal display an attractive scene ofa pretty dance last night,

Florida: Fair Friday; moder- Ladies, from the 22nd of December be. the guest of his niece, Mrs. JohnC. line cf Christmas boxes, seals, twenty-five couples attending the af

ate north. *-est. winds. to Tuesday, the 4th of January. inson Jones, at her home, 13 East Rob- tags, booklets and post cards. Lots fair. Mclntosh'a orchestra furnished

avenue. of nice things as usual. music. Refreshments were served.

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I IrhdD MlI1itiolma'l\ fAct\lrer' are m 'k'' I
THE DAILY loun I'Al'EB, I lag so much profit\ out of war supplies

South Florida Sentinel "To live as a member of the great sent Europe that they can not
MORNING AND WCCKIV white race of men, to share its stop to fill their contracts for partsof I SOAP
;:' ES8INGTON GLENN .... . BuiBM MusgrEntered .Bttttotc thoughts and its aspirations it) is I the United States battleships now CASTILE
----- -- necessary that a man should read his I under construction according to a
!: at the pottoffie at Orliudo. Flor Daniels of the I
said U. S. Senator statement by Secretary
..<&. ... Second Clau Mail UttUr. newspaper
ling, of South Dakota in an Ster-I navy. This is where profits are greater }

Year SUBSCRIPTION... RATES .. '1.00 to the students at the than patroitism in the eyes of the MADE FROM
0 O ail".il,. t 1 Month ....... 1..0 1.Z6 South Dakota. "The newspaper." he I manufacturers, a condition that is to I !
Dail Dmilj.,. 3 1 Month Month .... u.. .60 continued "has come to be indispen- be deplored. It is also helping along

.... 1.00 sable. It goes and penetrates every- the movement for government PURE OLIVE OIL
mklj.. 1 Year where. It has been said of the newspapers ship of munition plants a owner-\\ ; .
ALL 81'HNCKIPTIONS PAYABLE IN that they are to the whole civ- is endorsed by the people ,..

ADVANCE -l,liztruuriu, I.I what the Tamil y iiuust; ; country. ..

TO ADVtKTIStRHl I II I talk is to the household; they keep 0 I. 1 IMPORTED OLIVE OIL QUART . . . . . . . 90c

\;'.,.. f.r meet di.plT be handea and all In ether at the fcand-Mt baaiaeutf our daily interest in each other; they Have you located Mrs. Tuttle's Gift I IMPORTED OLIVE OIL PINT . . . . . . . . 43c
,.4r>r. < ckiirr<).. brfer'.'puMiratien.contract ad9ndai.TH rate applies it U like to go back to the splendid principle you do. 1-12-8-tfc PURE CASTILE SOAP LU. . . . . . . . . . .23c:;
M..rtablr' and will be strictly adhered I*. on which the fine structure rests.
And that principle is the freedom of
:tubkcriben should notify dwirinv! the The otherwike office Sentinel in writing it will dlkconUnnrd on be- the press. Our forefathers must have THE FLORIDA REAL ESTATE'I ONE POUND OF THIS CASTILE SOAP WILL MAKE 3-10c CAKES. CALL UP TODAY -
the dale of expiration had the gift of prophecy in regard to A SUPPLY.
Continued at the regular subscription rates. AND LET US SEND
.....il notice to top i* "",.iwed. the they must have foreseen to & INVESTMENT CO.
Telephone Numb r ...................... M press; would
what power and influence it

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 10. 1915 come. They had no dread of public have moved their office to the !I
ity of official acts or motives. They
The delectable season known in had faith in the ultimate triumph of Beneduts Residence 114 East i 1

America as "hawg .TCillin. . tlTtlArural ...-- truth Jefferson was willing that er Central Avenue and hope to StoreJ.
is approaching. ror might be presented if truth could meet our clients and many new City Drug
be left free to combat it. He I
- only with
o one to get acquainted us
I Everybody that does not wear was oposed to censorship of press .I and our methods of doing busi- L. DEAN, Proprietor ,
them is perfectly willing that over- and said that if he must choose be-
sell Real
We buy and
without newspapers ness.
alls shall be pink. tween a government I
--- -- and newspapers without a government Estate and Mortgages loan I
Christmas he would prefer to risk the I good securities and
Are you doing your money on FOR SALE! .
shoping now? If not, you will not newspapers without the government. advance money to parties intending !'
be one of the '"early shoppers." lie believed that public opinion would to build homes on easy "Don't Overlook I My residence corner north Orange I second floor. Lot 154 feet front on
o measurably correct things if public I and Robinson avenues containing I' Orange avenue. Grounds attractively
Now that the "yuletide Reason" is opinion were left free but that government terms. Bank Guarantee for our This One" Library, H.!ception Room Den. Sewng arranged and sprayed by underground
without free expression of transactions. Koom Dining Room Kitchen system. I
almost upon us, everybody expects a Pantry, Grocery Koom Lavatory ali Large garife and log cabin pla,.
pocketbooks to do their duty. public opinion would soon become a 3V'i I on first floor with bath and a deep-' house etc. Will sell furnished 41r un
D despotism" 80 acres virgin pine timber hilt apartment with eleven windows furnished.
closets and stornee room on 11.7-!m
o I and seven
Remember way off,when it seemed Christmas hardly was worthworrvintr along STAND IN TIIK: SUN.Kvery WIVES MOTHERS DAUGHTERS miles from Orlando near Conway I-I'm CHARLES P. DOWOnion .

_...1.nuLV..l..__.. .. --\-, it in almost one that is the least bit in. SWEETHEARTS I brick road. This is a choice
here again. Just two weeks off. terented In the growth of anything suitable for 00. _h .
of land and Is
o I whatever from the smallest flower to CHRISTMAS! IS piece

France and Germany have called) the ten.root corn knows that you may COMING citrus fruit, track and general
their boys of seventeen and eighteento have all kinds of weather but unless
colors. The war .is a questionof I you have n certain amount of sun Iluy the "Men"! a IJox of farming.
whose supply of boys will last the I your crop Is a failure. The sun is Sets t !
longest.A absolutely needed to complete the NEW SOUTHCigars PRICE $35.00 PER ACRE
work. There are today too many who
the shades they ------
are working along\ In )
editor solemnly declares
are talking\ bad\' bu lheM! ) they are
it will
that after the Aril of next May
for looking\ for bad\ business' think and Juat few for late t lAhUhgWhUI! IJermudai only
ttri\ against! the law in that state ft
kettle to Ring. when it ,U,, full And act AS if business! U bad. It U the f Il ft Wallace Really Co
ft nil .
the will stop first question they talk'' ""UI"her.\ Get yours before! they tire! kunr.ltttaa
i at the name time oysters time has
ever they aft)
getting lewed..=l'eniAeeU" New
Frame when we feheuUJ aft't loom! 3:I Arcade
fIWhitt Them
shadows ef \business! !! get out into A Hmeke That Will Put
ten men watch tIn Chanfe, the Ul@f ChterfulneM' and start\ Inn Good Humor For 1116. Phone liT Orlando Seed & Produce Co. ..4I
makei hU chanee while ten
one man ) growing er making our \hu5ineea!!
men mere wait for something te turn thing that
There U only one
up, @"f man turns aomethinv UPI; M grow grows in the dark" , ,and that i I. a toad' 206 S, Orange Ave Phone 100
that while ten men fail one gueceed 1 stool') come out into the gun and talk, I
and U called, a man of luck=a favor. good business, think Hi believe it, Grove for Sale!
He of fortune and you are sure to get it If you -
r 0 talk good business to in Grove 2200 fine bearing
once begin to 80 acre Lakesite 35 acres ;
American steel mills are on full your competitors and keep it up they budded trees; 300 Seedlings Close to brick road and FORAGE GROCERY CO.FLA. .
time Railroad buying of equipment ia will begin to talk good business with town.

one of the causes. Ten thousand more in a very short time. It will keep House Barns Outbuildings. ROUND STEAK, per pound . . . . . . . . . . . 17c
men are at work than were on Janu- spreading and there will be enough FLA. LOIN AND PORTER HOUSE, per pound . . . . . 17c
uary 1, and every week sees a further good business this fall to go around, Big SACRIFICE for QUICK SALE CHUCK ROAST FLORIDA, per pound . . . . . . . . .10c
increase. These are American orders I providing you get out in the Sun and EXCLUSIVE SALE CHUCK STEAK FLORIDA per pound . . . . . . . . .12!/2c
and have nothing to do with the war. go after it. The more you stand out FLA. BEEF STEW 3 pounds for . . . . . . . . . . . 25c
Business is business. in the Sun .in a business way the FLORIDA PORK HAMS whole, per pound . . . . . . . .15c
more you will. get sunburnt' Dy pros Orlando Real Estate Co. FLORIDA PORK CHOPS, per pound . . . . . . . . . .15c
The children's bureau of the United perity. FLORIDA PORK STEW per Ib. . . ... . . . . . . . 12'/2c
States Department of Labor announces o E. B. BRADLEY WESTERN PORK CHOPS, 2 pounds for . . . . . . . . .45c .
that state health officials of thirty- TELL THEM 42 WATKINS BLOCK PHONE 501 SLICED HAM, 2 pounds for . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .45c
nine states have already pledged their I WHERE. BOILED HAM, per pound . . . . . . . . . . . . . .35c
cooperation in the observance of the Why does a man or woman in buying HENS, LIVE per pound . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20c
nation-wide Baby Week March 4 to an advertised article seldom tell tltllHIMIIMMiMtlMinilllllllMllllil II SMOKED COUNTRY SAUSAGE, per pound . . . . . . 20c
11, 1916 recently proposed by the the merchant where he or she saw ::1
general federation of women's clubs.The the advertisement? That they did :
o see it-and read it-is proved by the \ Christmas C Cards and Booklets! :
St. Paul Pioneer Press and the purchase they are A.B.COOK& MPANYA
St. Paul Dispatch are appointing but the retailer is left to form
agents for their respective newspa- his own conclusion as to what I Exquisite selection(from Ic. up). Also Souvenirs,
pers all over Florida for they say prompted them to come to his store' I: Novelties Toys, Japanese Novelties, Stationery CHRIST BUILDING : ORLANDO 'U
that Florida is going to be overrun ) Newspapers and magazines everywhere and Magazine. :
with visitors from the northwest, and urge buyers to tell where they I : AS AGENTS we invest money safely for our
they will all want the west and see the advertisements and they 22 W. Church St. ,
should do so. If they would customers manage their real and personal
northwest really & Hill ;
paers.Every o the advertiser would know his advertising I Brigbam[ I ONE BLOCK EAST A. C. L DEPOT : property; look after their taxes and other obligations -

successful store has its trademark was then paying do more him.advertising He naturally, and _ _ _ _ uu . .U. . _. _. .' _. MtMIMf- collecting{ rentals interest and dividends.
whether the merchant knows it would .. . . . . . . - - r
:;not. Its advertising and its service i just as naturally he would sell more and Bonds
I goods he would I INCOME INVESTMENTS, Mortgages
have created a public sentiment in its goods. Selling more .
favor which never reverses nor fire be able to sell even cheaper than he
nor time can obliterate. Nine times now is doing-and the result wouldbe PURE FOOD STOREGroceries
out of ten this trade-mark is the that the public would benefit- BUILDING MATERIALSAND
little trouble as telling -
store's biggest asset. and all from so
o the business man where his advertisement -

.,.ntnuvuv...-_.._::_ ___... trouble. Those was seen. In lookinjj CONSTRUCTIONWe
advertising columns in this CHRISTMAS
twenty-five people who jumped over- over our
board the other day when a German issue please when buying, tell the Raisins Currents Walnuts Almonds, Brazil Nuts Pecans,

submarine appeared and were business man you saw his ad. in our Citron Orange Peel Lemon Peel Cluster Raisins Burnett can save you time, money and worry on your
drowned would have fared better had paper. Burnett's Cake Coloring. satisfied.
Extracts Our clients are
they waited for the worst to happen. The Above Are All Fresh Stock I building operations.
located this
The Tuttle Gift Shop is
They were the only ones missed when the second floor of Yowellluckworth Church St.
season on Phone 203 No. 8
the other passengers! bn ship building at left of cleva-
landed safety on terra firma. tor. M2-8-tfc
-0- -
According to the new fashion .- MMIMMMt -M- t
widows are to wear a band of black :

on the wedding ring while the grass G. C. MontgomeryWe
widows are to wear a band of green IN1'ESTJiENTSMunicipal Quality!
We Maintain
In place of the black. It's our opinion The Way .

that grass \\'ido9'iIl hate to 'be a and Industrial\ :! have employed the service of 0. C. Mot1tatO !t .for

lots greener than they are reputed We WILL hot let our feeds get old. We have some sweet overhauled and palntedi
to ''Ie. befor the)"'It "do Mat. !Ilohds, Mortgages\ \ on trnprov8 -* our painting department! Cars !
---I,- feed that Is i sllll but fof tear It may get OLD we! ltl
j" (\tPltthetuljuh bt flert'mbt't Nt VtiiIi et\t\ hew i'rlces for fords $W.UUtl\ $ U.tJU 1 Any ears flu thus

the\ hibH feldHati, 11, it qtiesUoH Ihftl' will tlose! it out at $LtiO ber1 sank! there! ttre' bhly> ft few! I

U t Mfcltnlttitf Onttic bf bUt MhttttittbtHtlM. pifF! tttHti\
WUhmit HtltHlHih\ lb deride pfitk\ : i

U tty\ t It", Ml'l IttHl\ MHfH.. UrtuUfulWHlhtF \ \ IUtllftit\! \ mum Ititt i liiteitl\ of CtIALMERS MOTOR CAR
\ UirtM> \lilHl t Mf Uti heal J l W.:...Kit
WHHM. hp |I''f' l tH. |lH+i '11Hlfti 'uHUM UlHl\1l1tt\ tnHt ll !Phi tl\lI'Hf\ VVIFreman

Hi;tup Hbmtl' IIpfFRtiiF' : t 1iHh! F The CoOpertlve Produce CO. V. D Phillips Mgr
HI"HVh.rrh.n. hrt+,JM nf, |HIli FNli= lntlitlgtrr (fllf"f" now) ,
''HIt R=,,-t( RVfF U. HV fR "if the The 1'tlnPled' NftlonfItm"\ \' ; W, M, >>-WIU, Mgr( No, 10 R, Church PI tf PHONfi 44T M i PA8T PUURPl! filTR&fIT. PHQNH Inr
bltadaw4,, 1ft I PlarM ,ftru fitw 'find\ tar L

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J THE BIG STOREInHolidaySpiritNow




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

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


I .

.4 XMAS KID GLOVESTwo Gift Suggestions In''LeatherNew HOLIDAY SHOWING

Line Hand Bags-The very latest styles, double and
Clasp Kid Gloves in Black,Tan, Brown and White single strap handles.All fitted, of the Blouses of the Hour

$1.25 and $2.00The
$1.25 and $1.50Large Hundreds of exquisite models makes our blouse section the
most attractive spot in the"Big Store."
Assortment Hand Bags-Seal,Pin Seal Crepe Seal
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

$1.75Misses $2.50 and $3.00Beautiful $1.25 to $?;50

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,beauti-
and Childrens Kid Gloves.Tan.Brown and White at fully fitted.
and high collars;some beautifully trimmed models, and at

$1.00I $3.50 to $10.00 most wonderful low prices.150"iADIS' .

I SPECIALS On SALE SATURDAY Night from 7 to 10 O'clock I I I39cMen's

I Hose39cMen's Soap-3 for 25cSoapPalm { MUSLIN DRAWERS-150 E
,, for
Olive Soap everybody knows this brand Special
Saturday Night5CSALESATIRSDAYNIGHT5 25 dozen Ladies Good Muslin Drawers, hemstitched and
Fancy Hose in Beautiful Pattern Dots, Clocked and
tucked made full 25c quality,Saturday Night
stripes,silk and lisle,50c quality,Saturday Night 3 cakes for 25c

39 cents pair$1.38Blankets$1.38 S--- -- ) 5G 15 centsLimit

Two Pair to a Customer


200 pieces good Prints,all new and fresh,Grays, indigoesand 89cBlankets89cBlankets

Light Colors in White, Gray and Tan, good weight, worth
Wool Nap Blankets,good weight,full size in White,Gray
and Tan$2.00 quality Saturday Night regular$1.29 Special Saturday Night
c yardLimit
$1.38 pair 89c pair
10 Yards to a Customer.

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The Yo well-Duck worth Co.


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Winter News.I Be Sent Now and Labelled MNot ROBINSON & BEARDALLATTORNEYATLAW "Mere Man"

Park I I to Be Opened Until Christmas"Christmas
packages can be sent
No. 4 West Pine Sreet
,through the mails to friends !a other Give Him Something UsefulIt
sections of the country and the post-
office will receive them to a weightof Phone 161

fifty pounds, provided they are to is easy to please a man. All he wants is something
Daily Budget Of Items ConcerningThe be delivered within a radius of 150
useful. The selection of suitable for is
miles. Where they are to go a DAVIS & GILESATTORNEYSATLAW gifts men apt

Town And Rollins College .greater distance the limit is twenty to be a puzzling problem for the ladies. \e

--- pounds.Persons intending sending gifts If he is smoker-CIGARS are always in. order.

ENJOYABLE FACULTY RECITALA LAY YOUR PLANS WELL IN away should do so now, so as to avoid Phone 72 PIPES, CIGAR CASES, and other items of smoker's supplies -
musical recital I ADVANCE the inevitable rush of mail matter.
very delightful 8-
Rooms 5, 6, 7, are also acceptable.
was given last evening at Knowles I Always aim your pistol When sending to a friend for Christmas Davis & McNeill Bloc %
Hall by members of the Rollins fac- Before you fire a shot the packages can be 'labelled SAFETY RAZORS make excellent gifts. SHAVING
ulty. The entire program was ren- Otherwise you'll miss your mark, "Not to be opened until Christmas,"
Just as like as not. ,
dered in a manner truly pleasing to and any other suitable message or

the lover of good music. Miss Isa- Thus when you seek employmentOr greeting can be written on the pack- Victor Starbuck TRAVELING SETS, CAMERAS, ETC., come in the list

belie E. Denison presided at the wish to buy, sell, rent, of practical gift goods for men.
piano, while Mrs. Krauss and Prof.II. Lay well your plans beforehandIf age.Postmaster McLean expects the
S. Pope rendered violin and vocal error you d prevent. biggest Christmas package business ATTORNEYATLAWPhone r Don't worry about the men. Come in and see our

selections respectively. A large num- 'Tis then you need Sentinel "wants"To this year in the history of the office. 161 stock. It will surest just what they need.
ber of invited guests were present at show which way to turn;

the recital and seemed to enjoy the They And tell profits how to great save to money earn. Miss Ware, who has been visiting No. 6 W. Pine St. Orland Fla "SHOP EARLY"LUCERNE
program immensely. The work of with Mrs. T. F. Evernden at Sea-

Miss Denison at the piano excited especially So always keep Sentinel want ads. breeze, left by train Wednesday af- .
flattering comment, while Within your easy reach; ternoon for Orlando where she will
Lessons of
that of Mrs. Krauss and Prof. Popewas prosperity spend the remainder of the winter.-
Every day they teach.
greatly enjoyed by all present, Daytona Journal. R. RAY WHITE
they being old favorites with Winter

and Mrs. A. P. Heyman and
WINTER PARK BASKET BALL Original cost, f.o.b. Orlando.$490.00North Room 44
son, A. P., Jr., have returned to Or- East starting and lighting -
TEAM BEATS O. II. S. lando to spend their fourth winter at system _______________ 100.00 Watkins Block Orlando, Fla. 2. WE GIVE TRADING CHECKS
In a run-away game at Lyman .Shock absorbers ____________ 15.00
Gymnasium Wednesday night the their home, No. 9 Hillcrest avenue. Seat covers ________________ 12.50 When in Kissimmee visit the Palace Drug Store.MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM.
They spend their summers in Dayton, Pointed radiator _________,.. 23.00
Winter Park basket ball team defeated Ohio, and are among the boosters for Thief proof lock _______u___ 3.50
the Orlando high school aggre- Worthington Blackman *
this city. Their friends delighted
many are -
gation by a score of 27 to 5. I Total cost --____------____$641.00
to them.
The high school boys were outclassed see '!I Driven only six months. What will ATTORNEYATLAWPhone MIIIMMIIIIIIIMniMIMIM'MIMMMMMMiMMHiNew
give me in cash Address"Henry
from start td finish and were Mr. George W. Tull, fruit buyer for I Ford," care Sentinel office. 12-7-tfc 617
constantly at the mercy of the local the well known firm of R. E. Cochran, (

team. Only a small crowd witnessedthe of New York city, was in the city ARE YOU GOING TO HAVE YOUR Rooms 13 and 14 Yowell-Duck Overland at $800

game, owing to the fact that the today. Mr. Tull has headquarters at IUIIIS HOWARD'S FAIR
notification by Orlando that they Orlando. lIe thinks the outlook for I I1AIIY SI1011'2Thnt worth Building. Overdue Tires, Shock Absorbers and Extra Tire
would play Wt'dncndny was not delivered the fruit market after the Christmas I Baby Show, at the coming
here in time to advertise the holidays Is pood. lie took dinner at Five County Fair, is going to be some

game properly. i[the Colonial Apartments as the truest j show:_ _, I I.n.. An.. htn Phone 72 I Buick 40 at $400New
IJL wise ave V of Mr. Hurry lltndry.-Arcadia I I and Howard's audio i i is stacking up I
OPENING. .::' :' OF CATOI.A:' :' :'\.: News. pictures galore.
STUDIO I -- I[I Is your child in it? If not, it is Paul V. HutchinsAttorney Tires and New Paint
Miss Twitchell'ji "Canton Lane Stu Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Lee, of Burlington I your fault.
All children under eight years. and Counsellor at Law
dio" will be open each Friday after. and Mr. and Mrs. Bert Ruff Country as well as city children. Sat-
noon, and an attractive collection of and sons, Wayne and Lynn, and Mrs.E. urday and Wendesday. Absolutelyno
oil and water color paintings by Miss T. Randall, of Marshall, composea charge. You are favoring us. Davis & McNeil Bldg il Winter Park Auto Co. ij
Twitchell and Miss Brebner will be party of Michiganders who are 1I0W ARD'S STUDIO-ON TilE ORLANDO. FLA.

on exhibition. I:making a tour of Florida and are in AVENUE
Miss Brebner and Miss Meriwetheralso I Orlando to spend several days. When ....
have a number of paintings and seen yesterday by a Sentinel scribe
pieces of jewelry appropriate for 'I the party had fallen in love with DR. J. M. MASTERS Dr. F. F. Thompson iMMMMMMMX . . IMMIMIIM
Christmas gifts, which they have on this section and were seriously contemplating -
exhibition at the college studio. i remaining here, as one of DentistFormerly
I the party remarked that they could

CLAY INMAN! IIERE SUNDAY I not hope to find a more delightful Orange, Florida of New York ANNOUNCEIVIENTIThis I
Clay Inman, formerly a student at I place. It simply pleasc every one of
Rollins, and now connected with a us.

prominent lecture bureau, will pass Devoted to treatment, Nose, Over Curtis & O'Neal'sW
through Winter Park this afternoon, TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY is to announce that we are receiving -
en route to Winter Haven, where he I Throat and Lungs. All;facilitiesfor I

is to sing tomorrow evening. Mr. In- SUITE of two or three nicely fur- scientific and successful our initial stock shipmentsevery
man plans to spend Sunday at Rollins nished downstairs rooms, includinga
kitchen with and if desired I
pantry day.
and is that he be treatment.
it hoped may per- a sleeping porch. Near Eola park.
suaded to delight his many friends O. V. Phillips, 403 East Pine street.
and admirers by singing at the popular 12-10-31 i New and clean Hardware Household
vesper services Sunday aftcr- ; Room No. 3, Schultz Bldg.
I: FOR SALE-$100 cash will secure I ,
hoon. one of these lots if you will build OR. U H. RAMSDELk
I upon it. Owner will take mortgageat i Dr. C. W. Fain
6 cent. Lot 45x135 at $800 OPTOMETRIST Goods Etc.
THURSDAY ASSEMBLYThe lot 50x100 at $300; lot 165x165 at DENTIST ORLANDO . FLORIDA Supplies, Sporting .
at Knowles $1,000. Located on East Amelia avenue I Office Hours: 8 to 12, 2 to 5. f K: FIT GLASSES GRIND LENSEkIND
Thursday Assembly with southern exposure. Inquireat
Hall yesterday afternoon was Magnolia avenue. nrrtrs, aWVtWtwG We earnestly your patronage,
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dressed by Prof. E. S. Palmer, who - - ----- - -
chose Astronomy as the subject for for which we guarantee
his talk. The address was one of

the the MORE most year interesting POSTOFFICE and was greatly and BOXES instructiveof enjoyed. iar[ Tball Our Busilles" SURVEYINGPlating and Sub Dividing Price, Quality and ServiceCARTEReLANRYIIBV.

After considerable delay in transit,
a much needed supply of postoffice For Xmas WORK
boxes has at last arrived and as soon .

as they can be installed Postmaster HAL A. IRISHCivil
Denning will be in a position to easily "Just Off the High Rent District"

care winter for mails.the constantly increasing Clear Havana;_ Cigars Engineer Phone No. 200 Pine & Court St.

(Made in Bond) 47 Watkins Rldg., Orlando Fla.
varsity eleven leaves this af- That would be sufficient guarantee but in addition to

ternoon for Tampa where they are to that, Ibis Cigar is made by
Meat Market Inc.FULLY
play their closing game for the sea- F. A. PEPPERCORNBUILDER Yancey .

son tomorrow with Southern College. BERRIMAN BROS. PAID UP

WINTER PARK NOTESMr. In their Blue Ribbon Factory Phone 37 T. A. YANCEY.Jr., Pres and Mgr.

George R. Noxon and wife,
parents of James I. Noxon, a popular GOOD AND BAD CIGAR STORE Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice

sophomore at Rollins, left yesterday : : L. Percival Hutton Florida and Western Meats '
afternoon for their home at Auburn- :

dale. Mrs. Noxon has been n guest at 122 S. Orange Ave. next to T. B. Evans : 37 Liberty St., New York, N.)' Oysters, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Game, life
Cloverleaf for the past few weeks, :
making I ARCHITECTMcNeiiiDaVia Sptelil Attention to
while Mr Noxon Sr.. has been
business through the Gulf I I busieees In P. 0. N0I ut
a - Building, Orlatidt. VM0Mt5 \Jtulduu, tjj @6f, 6URII Ash ind thaffeh a1 1,

\VW. tlrrtiert Cork, rt -otiilhehtliHikpf HEALttiAUTOMOLiU
|lti Atttu Nf
i rthil flhuhtlefr of lld,,loH. Mri"., Member P. At A.

Vrri,,. the g\dtoll{ of llPrtlt A. II. 1 hrAtt h i;

rtt t tlihiipF tit Ihe u\lpltf'\ umnioim; gas' 1'i.AtB OLA** IHJUOLAUYI'HOI'tH'f
t pfll Y. S.S.JonesChiroprac Remov l llPainless.

A. W. I Mt\ifln! tHHI wife ware mm-\
11$11$111 among 1 (thtt Winter I'aiJ, peapluitha t or e e i
spent yasteniay' In the waa4s.

Soft Corns, Callouse, Bunions reduced, Broken Arch j ;
"11I.lHm$' $Ill'PI''IE' $ Georgia Casualty Company Graduate of Davenport, la, Cot
Remarked a builders Your way of lege treated at my office in the Christ Building, No 1 East \ \
furnishing a complete bill i U the only
way Lumber, sash, doors, brick, CEO A. IIUTCHINSON. General Agent- Specialist on Nervous and Central Avenue,
shingles, hardware limes paints l. etc.,
all from one place, !saving the cash Chronic Diseases.
discount and getting guaranteed de. Orlando, Florida Anna Kaeser Grad. Chirop..
livery Estimates furnished, free. Cook : ; ,
& Co., Christ Buildinjr J240-5t, Room 4 and 6 Watkins Block Phone 700 4th Floor, Y. D. Building

Phone fM
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I I (@rlnubn! nrirtyN'UI booaters pained delegation through of Ocala good today roads, IF -Get It At Allen's-

on their way to Gainesville: to attend
the meeting of the Central Highway
) CALKNDAU: DELIGHTFUL: AFTEHNOON AT Association\ The Orange county del
I Till.: KOSAUMJ) egatlon conflated of Meiiri. M. O.
"'rld" December 10. FILM
The Entre Nous Club will l he enter The Iloimlind Club rooms on North Overstreet chairman hoard of county
talned Friday afternoon by 1\1 tI. Orange avenue were the scene of a commlsnionerg} U. It. !Ilamney, county
Ronald Cht'nt'0 delightful gathering yesterday afternoon engineers W. W. !lloie Allan Wenthersby .
S- where numbers of guests nssem- llalph YearbytV.. M. Glenn
Miss Ut'kitt.i ititlbfc; (U ft Mi. bled tb enjoy the regttnr Thursday editor Sentinel'} M. At. Smith Judge
(Illtt-Altli( ( afternoon Racial. John M. Cheney. b. M. tkodwattr, j. DfeVfehdi'tetJ) : tOe

A riulfct t mnrrlrtgfe 6! occurred" lit JItl"k.1 Light refresh hiehts trtre scriedtltiririg it. tteese( tteJioHer-Slarj; F. U. t'ttrr
ftijhtillihdh ddt eVehlh tthbHMiM the attferhbbHj: and tht{ gubstsrfrM ithd wlfet, t'hH ii. iioblhsbhi ttttbrhby
I for WUhU\ EbtHfh1313bhtf3.! M1INI I ts ON \HOt[ p A t" UNLId t
t'abllhlNUbkbllsj; l ,1ht 1 \ tUtrrtttlUsiiilUfciiteF ( A Men-Wilt hbtir: IbgeltieFj: gfcIHtr *- WtttchOOiIVtF1lbI01111011 Bracelets
: bt Mf: ahd Mil. W. hUH nM ctiatllFig.lifrthtli : : M133 UtJbHHi: Jh (the Lnkfe tleltprtUdfi\ Mirtfitl IdlEbfWbbd3t ( IItHU Htiftj11JIJ
I -1tHII.' Hf Awi-Fit-ii !stFeeti! berirhBM.H : /rtV6Fed the1! *'Ht3t3 t VHthtitllehtfttl HHJ 1 bl th l II3tl3 Liik 11tk18HF8RF18bl
.! rJFlJt6f IIf!) : KelafltJ FHhlrtF: : hinf HriHH kbl8, tthllf; Mu: : dEt j f.bliHlF u B tirll Utw I : IfIBHH4) : iAfe t this RRR8RRFf e:: J: }It{: MBgFUtJeFi! ;Jf} :, FffikJi-FilJ two 0!: A: (!Meii I!! rJife'EleF [8? the; 1RkHF8tRt ; wont( { ,ehaini i twenty and tw lit ?:1110! kltiF and solid! gold
PitHt; the rogigefflflrt $$8ffl 1 1jPq w tt* \mwleti8Bi\\ I : } : femmiH Bf th8 (rf'HtFHfl8fjJ Ft1F :
}ft !H* NHFltftlU hay!4 I tefH+ .the RflHff I The Pflfhl fefflfflittfe JHF the ftH@FJ1AAR ht hihWRy{; : It18HHtIeR) fF8RlTHRIN (nlf\1I1\NTIHH) (e}muTMAS (fiOn() ) A110111110
flr Ft p f ft rWRlbPF: ef PFPU RIfHiFilg'iFtR Wit f9RiHtHtt:11 }ft fe\l9w\ ; Miss 8R4 i Stspfng t b: l I'@ttf1 t +Hf; will F8mhr8Hth
py hf* fri R44 mlh 'hAm i'hFt4 "RrtH" FFHlFFfllPi!\ Rfld. 'fpsa4Rles: : >Mitt- } Uffig this i RHHI1R8R.H ALLEN &; CON Y I
YFryPgaf' I 'loci, ftJf'i:': 4N. Mt' -n' f aR4>f l ;\, is j Fft N h pf4 tM WfPrWg will Use [ASTMAN'S' I Io
ahplish! the ridicglpgs. ti J.e, 't'ara4ise#
Hr IIQtaFa has h f'f'':/':q practicing 1laiisq. ; j
medicine at Winter 'I'ach, I having1 -QfoifW Loop," an4 sgbstlgte) riQY! Wpp lg ,

come there some months ago. On J.UR Trail," pr some ether common sense w_

Monday he left for Jacksonville to Miss Minna Gross waa hostess yesterday name.-Ocala Star. AUTOGRAPHICfilMS. .
take examinations, and was joined t-
afternoon at a meeting of
there Wednesday by Miss Nuckolls, "The Kensington ClubQuite GERALUINE FARRAK IN I'HOTO- .'utI'\HJsq FOR
a number
who left here on the Tampa Special. "I'LAY "CARMEN" CHIUSTMAS NOW!
I of congenial young people form '
The happy couple went to Atlantic the membership of this club which is A little touch of paint here and there
Beach to spend their honeymoon.Later One of the greatest photodramatic I will put the house in shape for the
a popular bocial organization.! ; A delightful y holiday season. Let fill
they will return to Winter Park productions ever seen on the screen I your
I afternoon was enjoyed by all f- wants in the paint line.Ve handle
and make their home in the "Semi- present. will be the attraction at the Grand ONLY FOR nEST only pure goods and! can provide you
nole Cottage," where they will receive theatre tonight when Geraldine Far with every requirement. Our guarantee
a warm welcome and the congratulations I the celebrated PICTUHESAt goes with everything we sell.
rl1r. operatic prima
'I Mr. II. I J. Ermatinger, a former .
and good wishes of a' donna will appear in u film version of Z K ==--=- -- = --=- =
popular resident erf Orlando but now '
wide circle of friends and acquaint her famous "
making his home in St. Petersburg: opera "Carmen pro- ,+ ri Orlando Paint & Wall Paper Ct
ances. duced by the Jesse L. Lasky com I 11 i
has been: awarded the prize of $500 (t 1i 205 S. Orange Avenue
PTIl1AS ottered by the American Hatter, a 111m y.
KNIGHTS: OF) ATTENTION Tho cast to support Miss Farrnr Phone 261
trade journal, for the bent article on COLEMAN & RHAN
was selected from the mod prominent
hat finishing und renovating. The
and capaUo artists in the
Tho Knights of Pythias will meet December number of the journal coun
tonight at 7:30: for work in tho rank given n sketch of Mr. l Krmutlngernnd : try. Wallace Held one of the mustprominent J(
slurs in the :
country plays
of ptige. All visiting Knights will the article he wrote will nppvar
Ion Jose 1'cdro Do Cordobu, lendingman
I ;
receive a cordial welcome.M. In the January IMKUO. There were
for Margaret Anglin, is
S. King C. C. hundreds of contestants.' seen as CAREY HANDFUNERAL
the Toreador; William Elmer Anita
-- King Jeanie Macphcrson II. U. Carpenter
and other members of the

J If so: you will want them to receive some evidence of your good will at Lasky all-star stock company are Pharmacy DIRECTORAND
Chrirtmas. Instead of expensive gifts the custom now to send Christmas Keen in strong roles."Carmen" EMBALMERAll
Home of Eastman: Kodaks and
is considered the last'
cnrdf is more universal' than ever. We have prepared a special package of
Christmas Greeting Cards from steel engravings consisting of fifteen of word in photodramatic development Supplies .
bur most popular designs. They come in envelopes' all ready to mail and nnd will only be seen at the Grand
the lot is sent post-paid for one dollar. theatre for one night. calls answered Promptly<< Dayor

This assortment is an unusual value and you will have much satisfaction
in sending such a stylish and artistic token of a Christmas remembrance. THE: GRAY WOLF Night. Hand Block. |

,There cards have space for senders name and if you have a card plate we
will print them from it at an extra cost of 75c. Order Now, J, I'. Stevens' The Gray Wolf the Packard racing Orlando Florida.
Engraving Company, Atlanta Gn. marvel of more than a decade ago is ,
limbering up its joints nnd may soon PHONE 639. RESUIENltPUONE 457
*. make Its. appearance on some of the Are Investing for Income nnd
MMIIIIMMMMMMIMMMIMMMilMIMMMIMM* dirt tracks. tlrMro Improved property which -
I I Frank W. Ford, showman and automobile y If Ids. B regular net income. Our
"service will help you. Cook & Co.,
ettthuslnut of Dallas Texas, Christ: building. 1.12-11.fit
owns the I&nrl"nrvllc, Anti ho has written to the factory to obtain some .
spare parts. "I 1 am going to put the
Gray Wolf buck In races again,"

iThe Gray Wolf I Is the grand old
car of the speedway On January 3,
I'.iOl t, It shattered editing world
records and established new American
records for cars bf any weight brhorstpbwer.
U bfbkfe the Ahltrlrnnbnf
mile rtcbrtl hd less thah \IhlrteetiilmH rtlOA

Iii tftd tidy!*!.

UILAi)0( ? ) MA?*i iiiDSII.AI.I IIU lit N:

) COM1DV I) 1 FOUIl"THAT lnuran@@ Lean Real l Estate
Jrtm Ham HeR F8RFIHdtd a dial\

tRday: whiFh t rtai l rip n i iflftB ill fAH Hmm l: 1 NTI itT:11NINO Rentals l
fRF the past tRFfg; FflPRlfl WhHt::
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E ECONOMY pass } the prpp FtV PR whiFh it i
'iaFatpdIIp O Whil Th >r- :ire
pod >a force'! pf I pmplqjps! !! will begin
taking stock tomorrow and} soon
as this is completed he purposes to ESTABLISHED |M|
stock up the yard and continue the
CAN HE APPLIED AUTOMOBILES, AS WELL AS business. The local manager has not REELS OF GOOD

Mr. Mills comes to Clearwater with MiMMItlliiilinilliililllllUilMMMMMMIMilMCash
highest recommendations. lie has
owned a grove near Orlando and been
ASK ANY DODGE OWNER WHAT IT COSTS TO identified with that city in a numberof 5c "Same Little Prices" lOc I
ways.-Clearwater Sun.

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Ask for a demonstration.Send .
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1. W. PHILLIPS & SONS Corsetiere

s 308 Magnolia .A,-e. Orlando FARRAR and repair work.

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ShoppingDays ToXmas 4 j .' Practical' Gift Giving Christ mis lI?(r I: ) Shopping Days ToXmas


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 season. Additional salespeople have been employed, and they have been well trained
in their duties. Stocks have been arranged for easy and convenient selectwn. Everything has been done to facIlitate the pleasant and leisurely choosing for your Christmas presents.

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Saturday and MondaySpecials .; oist r I

Though probably bordering on the verge of
the "Span of Life" Grandmother's interest and
would be Intensified should she receive
pleasures Christmas morning something dear The girt of today is the woman of tomorrow
on so just as much consideration will have to be
heart, however simple or Inexpenshe.W
to her
shown her as is She takes
feel sure we have In our stock something much IIhown/rown
ns shouldn't she-
that would bring that pleasure. May we sug-
in things that become her-as her grown tip'sso
pest something like the following! she should be studied just as much QUit
fortify Slippers ..*..*._......u..U.M CHILDREN'S HANDKERCHIEFS ALL SILK CREPE: DE CHINE pleasures ate derived from her appreciationof
Bath Robes ......., -...*t2.78 to .*,triO Fine Cambric, Embroidered In Colors, 2 In We like studying our customer'" wants and I the following!
Wool Kltnohas __...._...........76 to $0.0RANDFATnr.R Xmas boxes
dainty "
requirement! / and In response'! to numerous re hosiery _---------L--_-2fie\! t to 13.Od
Xmas Price 15c boxFine quests/ we put on Sale again, for Saturday and Manicure set "nu.U.M t |18fi0te
Special Monday enly=Our Special l purchase of All I Silk I'afasot ,,:.;------r_,,".t.lld 10.00

Irish! Llntm, Initial l Embroidered; :it I In Crept! de Chine, In every wanted shade ,and --
dainty gift box color, for street t t, evening and reception wear
4 A regular $1,25. fabric
Special Xmas price 25c box

For Sat. and Mon. 89
Fine Irish Linen, Embroidered Dutch Designs, cents
:land\ 4 color, :3 t in gift box

Special Xmas price SOc boxLadlea' PARISIAN IVORY ARTICLESWe

have made a distinct feature of these
HandkerchiefsHand Dainty Toilet Articles and can supply, them
Embroidered Madeira II. S. edge Ex- not only in boxed seta, but in individual pieces, BROTHER

qulsite designs such as Puff Boxes, Hair Receivers Trays, When state-from Brother knee emerges breeches from to pantt the -he'i embryo beginning .

Though taking life easier now than hitherto Special Xmas price 25c eachIrish Cold Cream Jars, Picture Frames, Hat Brushes to look at life with more circumipec-
Grandad has not lost the art of appreciation, Combs, Comb Trays, Mirrors, Card Cases, tlon, takes more interest in the display of his
NOT BY ANY MEANS, and his Chriatma'mornlnlf" Linen, Colored embroidery and edge, featuring Hat Pins Holders, Manicure Sets Nail Files, attire so, his, the Tie cut must of his b, in clothes must be *o and
correct tone and
pleasure would be enhanced by a Buffers, Shoe Horns, Soap Boxes Infants Sets so
gift of one or more of the following. ; the new tatting edge forth and so on. We'll help you put in

Felt Slippers..._ ___11.25 to $U50 Special Xmas price 25c eachPure Prices range from 2Sc XMAS suggestions for him!
Lounging Robe ......$5.00 to '10.00 Walking Cane ...........00 to $2,00
Muffler ......................'2.00 Irish Linen, Hansomely hand embroidered I to $1.25 Full Dress Shoes ..??,.,?..$6.00
Initialed and a large range of dainty Full Dress Pumps ............$L00
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Special price 25c, 35c, SOc ;3fl INCII STRIPED WAIST SILK

Every: thread pure link, the Ideal fabric and
Silk Handkerchiefs, In Japanese Silk and Crepe color ,
effect" for men's shirt, regular $1,00
ile. Chine, Beautiful range of color. and quality
designs. }

Special Xmas prices 35c Special price Saturday and .

50c, 75c, $1.00, $1.25 each Monday 69 cents

itroken lot of Handkerchiefs, a miscellaneous
collection at Hi price :30 INCH IILAt'K SILK TAFFETA
We have only one. Do we appreciate her AS UNDEinVEAH Just the kind of Dress!' Mother would like, I Will play an important part in Life's History
we should? Do we realize fully the untold Swiss manufacture, pure Vegetable Dye, Raven later on. She may rule the BOOST and she
sacrifices she has no doube made, Is making, Broken Lots-Remains of our Early Fall Black, will wear splendidly' exceptional valueat also may not. She may become a Suffragette and
and will make for our benefit and Imrpove. Selling, consisting of Union Suits, Vests, $1.25 but while again: she she is may what not. Time alone tan tell,
ment WE DO NOT. We should atone for she is it is up to thoseloveuerrrt
Corset Covers and a few Children's Garments who
give-as far as their
this In small at Christmas by piv- means
ing her a the best our pocket can afford. She Regular price __________.50, .75, $1.00, $1.25; Saturday and Monday $1.00SALE will been permit-Those Heart Desires that she has
would appreciate something like this: Xmas Sale Price.25, .38, .50, .63 Xmas asking morning Santa Were Claus the to following bring her among on

Wool Dress length ..3.75 to 10.00 her requests:
Umbrella ____________$1.98 to $10.00 Hosiery ---.1------______i5c to 60c
famous "Utility" and "Everlasting" makesin Dresses ---------______gQc to $5.00
At Price Clearance-Ladies and childrens Hosein Checks, Stripes and Plain Colors Chatelain _,..---------_$1.00 to $1X0
Black, White and Tan, nearly all sizes, $1.00
boxes, 3 and 4 pairs to a box Saturday and Monday 10

Christmas Sale Price 69 cts. yards for 85 centsHand


Good old Dad! He's got a lot to contend with, Men's Fancy Vests..______ ___$3.00: to $5.00Men's |
and not the least Is finding the means to I Drawn Linen Handkerchief, specially BABY
bring up a family. No small chores! If it's Initial Handkerchiefs, pure linen adapted for Embroidery each._______ ALL HAIL THE .
paying out, it's Dud's pocket that's squeezed each ______________________________25c : 50c the "BOSS"KING of the! or house.to be more Of course demo.cratlc
lie's made the old many order sacrifices and consider for UA--I.t't'li HIM this reverse __ I II liE wants everything he sees and then some.
time. Taint the cost of the article that'llrirkle I' Initial Belts, all letters, each$1. O We cannot supply "all" of his needs but possibly .
him-it' the spirit in uhch it's Riven. Christmas Set, consisting l of Tie, those we mention here will meet "some"of
Bath and Lounging Robes____$4.00 to $10.00
his demands.
I He'll I.e\ pleased with anything like these: Handkerchief and Sox______$1.00 to 1.00:

Gloves ___u____n u_$1.BO to $2.50 presses! ---____________jnc hi {1.50
Auto Gloves ______-_._$200 to $::1.10 FacrtUM:: :' -----___--_____ to sum
Kid Slippers .n ._u$1.60 to $1.75 Wool! Vests! __hUh.___-- O la 75t
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1 i TIMELY BUGI&TIONg FOIl TUB FESTIVE HOARD) A full line of Richelieu Pickles! Pre @f\Ii! Jam and spiced(!

We have all the condiments n@ceiafy for New Nuts! both whole and} shelled| New Popcorn Pruits, Pigs and Mince Meats\ ,

I The kind pf Cheese includes
we carry,
Stuffed} and wholeCherries Dates
the Christmas Pudding, Pies and what notI 1I Limberger, Imported Roquefort, Neufchatel! Cream! gnap.
I I Crystatied and Ginger, py Weleh; Rarebit, Imperial, Pimento, etc, ete _


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: ITEMS FROM TAFT old, Kingston- N. Y.; A. J. Peters, :

[ CAUSE OF I I WI Pittsburgh, Pa.; G. W. ClodfelUr I H-----
Taft, Fla., Dec. 8. Miss Frances Dora E. Clodfelter and Lou Towner,
Nelson who has been spending the North Dakota; Joe Roberson, Orlando -

DTROEUOTale i summer in Toledo, Ohio, and other and F. W. Brady Kissimmee.
Northern places returned home to
the "land of pure delight" last Fri I KAISER AND CHANCELLOR TO

day. She says she has not more de- CONFER EJc4,34iiL2A.
>.< glass of Salts if your Sack: sire to go North for the summer. i Amsterdam via London Dec. 8.- .
hurt or Bladder bothers-Meat Taft is good enough for her. Dispatches from Berlin state that Dr. ,

forms uric acid. Rev. Dr. R. A. Carnine, district superintendent -i Von Bethmann-Hollweg, the German

gave a very interesting imperial chancellor, has gone to con.

If you must lia e your meat every day, address Saturday evening at the fer with Emperor William at army
eat it. but flush jour kidot').. with salts chapel descriptive of Palestine and headquarters. It is said that the purpose
occasionally, sin* a noted authority who the Holy Land where he travelled of his visit is to discuss with zl
tells us that meat forma uric acid l which
almost recently. His descriptions from act- the emperor the details of the chan Iv -
parV7/-a the kidnejs in their efforts -
to expel I it from the blood. They ual observation were very entertaining cellor's coming speech in the reich- -
broom sluggish and weaken then you and instructive. lie also preacheda stag. Germany's intentions regard
utter with a dull misery in the kidney very eloquent sermon Sunday I ing the Balkans and the possibilities u_
region, sharp pains in the back or sick
headache dizziness, your stomach !BOUT morning, the occasion being the quar- of peace are the chief topics upon TheLJ t OP.8
tongue id coated and when the w eat in.* terly conference.Miss which the chancellor is expected to give
is bad you have rheumatic twing.. i"h,. Julia Holley, who has been II give light.
urine gets cloudy, full of sedinicru. tiie quite sick is recovering slowly.
channels often and irritated,
get sore Mrs. J. S. Barklow is on the sick Vog'V
obliging you to wk relief two or three: I VOLUNTEERS OF AMERICA
time during the night.To list, but is getting better at last re
Mrs. Maud Ballington Booth the
neutralize these irritating acids, to I
cleanse the kidneys and flush oil the 'I port.Mr.. S. Kizk has moved his family world's great prison reformer is establishing '
body's urinous waste get four ounce of a farm home in Bradford hesttQb
I land goods here from Orlando (who ccoI
Jad Salts
from here
any : county near Stark. Fla., for the pur- I
take a tablespoonful! in a glass of (blames him?) and is getting his new
water before breakfast for a few dajsand I[ store in shape as fast as possible pose of assisting and placing on their
your kidneys will then act fine. This I feet released prisoners of our state. I
when he will open up with a new and
famous salts is made from the acid ofgrapes II I Help is needed in establishing this institution I
complete stock of goods.
and lemon juice combined with
which bids fair to help a
lithia, and has been used for generationsto 'We learn of many sales of real estate -I
flush and stimulate sluggish kidneys, I being made in this vicinity late- great army of men, together with I IOf'or Virginia
also to neutralize the acids in urine, : their neglected wives and children. I Ii
ly. The new brick road is proving
BO it no longer irritates, thus ending i I
bladder weakness. I an inviting proposition which causes 54 grows the highest-
Jad Salts is inexpensive; cannot inJUTQ people to sit up and take notice, and CONGRESS NOT IN SESSION
and makes a delightful effervescent also to grasp the opportunity before I grade cigarette to-
ter drink.
Dec. 8.-Congress was
the advance in rices which is sure
to follow. New houses are going up I not in session today. Both houses bacco in the world
all along the line. had adjourned over until Friday in
Will Sacrifice order to complete the organization of = mellowest
: Mayor A. E. Boyce and G. K. The choicest, -
Thomas transacted business in Or- working committees. I,
I lando last Friday.We Meantime, members of the house I I = Virginia tobacco
10,000 I
and the senate are closely scrutinizing -
see many new faces on the
I President Wilson's annual address
streets now. which indicates plainly I is in Piedmonts
GUARANTEED TREES I, that peole are getting interested in I II I to congress, particularly his recommendations -
for national defense.
Taft. We receive many inquiries I 'i -they couldn't conJ
from parties in regard to getting I I +S
I' :/; w
All True To Name board and rooms for the winter and ': REPUBLICANS TO NAME DELE i
tain better.Naturallyrette
5 to 7 foot trees we say to all, come on. No better]! GATES TO CONVENTION ,

50c EACH I place to enjoy life than right here in I I I Jacksonville, Fla., Dec. 8.-Henry ,| 11 Piedmonts are the
Taft Orange county Florida and we'I S. Chubb, of Gainesville, chairman of ;j
All leading varieties budded on I I would not exaggerate if we could. I the Florida Republican state central 1 \ ; ;-%
sour and grapefruit roots from Mr. J. W. Nye of Wilmington New committee, has called' a meeting of (_ biggest-selling ciga-

known stock.Conway. York was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. I that committee to be held in Palatka
J. II. Estes, on Palm avenue Satur- on December 20, for the purpose of America. Try
NurseryR. day night. I'naming the place and time for the O
Mrs. M. J. Thomas L. Bradford, holding of the next Republican state "them-today
C. H. Nelson, N. McKain R. K. Harriman i i convention and to name delegates to I
Orlando R R I. and S. Bright were at the represent the party at the confab.

county seat on business Monday.R. I A a Jn.1t tfr.
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S. Pfifer and J. W. Whiteboughand
W. T. ENTRICAN wife were passengers o* the A. Phone 5 for .

Recent guests at the Nelson House:
W. T. Byre Orlando; R. A. Carnine, Fresh Every Day
PAINTING DECORATING ETC. DeLand; I. R. Brown, Jacksonville; :I
F. J. Wickes. Newark, N. J.; P. T. .

Phone 217. Bullis Atlanta, Ga.; W. S. 1IcDonI I I 39 West Church Street

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

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

like to have you feel that this is your store-a store where every one receives a cordial reception, whether intent on purchasing or just sightseeing-a store In which you can do your

shopping without question. Put the burden on us. It is not necessary that we tell you the merchandise you buy here is guaranteed, when you say it comes from Hand's, you must

be satisfied or we are not. A store in which service is the upper most thought, but not a place where you pay exhorbitant prices for service.

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A fortunate contract with the mattress manufacturers be-
fore the advance in cotton enables us to sell good cotton I Ii

i mattresses at prices our fellow merchants must buy them

Y for. These mattresses are all guaranteed pure, white 1 :
I 1 I
long fibred cotton felt. No mill sweepings, or waste, and,

at these very low prices.

$18.00 value, 2 piece 45 lb. Felt l\Iattress$15.00

$15.00 value, 1 piece 50 lb. Felt Mattress__________$13.25

$45.00 Brass Beds reduced to ________________$33.50 $12.50 value, 1 piece 45 lb. Felt Mattress9.98 $20.00 Iron Beds Reduced to ___________________$15.00

$35.00 Brass Beds reduced to__________________$29.75 $10.00 value, 1 piece '45 lb. Felt Mattress__________$8.25 $16.50 Iron Beds reduced to____________________$13.25

$28.00 Brass Beds reduced to._________________$23.75 $10.00 value, ,1 piece 45 lb. Felt Mattress7.50 $12.50 Iron Beds reduced to____________________$9.50

$20.00 Brass Beds reduced to._________________$15.75 $10.00 Iron Beds reduced to____________________$7.98
Beds reduced to._________________ $8.50 value 1 piece 40 lb. Felt $6.50 Iron Beds
$15.00 $12.50 $8.00 reduced to_____________________$6.98

$12.50 Brass Beds reduced to. _________________$9.00 $5.00 All Iron Bed Springs for__________________$3.75 $3.50 Iron Beds reduced to____________________$2.75 .

Our supply cannot last long at these pricesbetter get yours now




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Frank E. Zepp and wife and Ernest
ITS NAME I Apopka Fla-, Dec. 8.-The Consumers Liebing motored to Orlando Tuesdayon

., Lumber and Veneer company of business. A First-Class Tree
"No Tree Is
"City Beautiful"There Apopka made a shipment to Jackson- Walter Newell was among the ;
ville Monday of 60,000 tomato bas- Apopka citizens who transacted business -
have been over 10 miles of kets. This is a new industry just re- in Orlando Tuesday.A. I
brick stree put down within the cently added to this plant but they C. Starbird was in Orlando Unless Budded ]
city limits in the past year, borderedon are now running full capacity and Tuesday to attend the regular monthly 'r c
each bide by concrete side walks turning out several thousand baskets meeting of the county commis-
which will be completed this winter. daily. I sioners.F. from Bearingtrees
Beautiful homes demand beautiful Monday night was the regular H. Davis and Leslie P. Waite
sidewalks and streets and it takes semi-monthly meeting of the city motored to Orlando Tuesday where
all three to make a beautiful city. council. The regular routine of work they were called on a business mis- of known
If a good sidewalk has not been was taken up and disposed of and sion. a
put down in front of your place you ths regular monthly accounts were f y iP. T
are not doing your part to make the allowed and ordered paid. ().\KL.\ IJ NEWS NOTES s

city beautiful. Our town was grieved to learn that ,} Quantify andQunlily
Mrs. Harvey* one of our winter tourists Oakland, Fla. Dec. 8.-Mr. and
hail died! very suddenly! at the [ Mrs. U. J. 1'etrK of Fatnnnnh: Ua,
Call the home of Prof. fi. W. i Fly where the arrived :Monday to spend a week with rn of Produetion -
UtttiANDO fONTlttittiOHKtf family mere stopping for the Winter.Mr 11! his part-tit nhd brother nhd iriehds l lMr
\\ ... IhiVeJr: Was its poor health ttheneh Petti' Imihood l1trH" cpemA '
*. Milh 'httt huetmhit, hint IllltepMtvluiti I I h..1 e; "
atul fctl mules OH nil tlst!ss! bf bun nt-tittd hate !ftlint! i-sth9! I MII"! II: t'Htft H-tlllht',1|* ht 1MtWII1t' ..0W,
tllte l Wbrk nth ft'ttM (itnllkhets, Sti i 1'UtItMlilt In.t nt IlMtnM\ ..n ctlttl !t1 tt Week, Mist
I'lume IU.1. till I.fin* HI tl I eM-tunl t In improve' until *>!II11t te etuel"llttg. ! lllIIti tliw willi her IIHlkh!
*! Irtknt e tl s>Me,,tl lf ill fcUltil-IV IflHFHIHtf = tth: Mrs: l F: t': tMHoit i: Conner.Tree .
tth'l'l rt i+lt! leMH WtH FnlMi\ but\ ,\ bPHM I pf' nleetinge era IIfini! ht:111: .
she !'iltl l ptiaaptl' i wheti tIll or'titad M the rh"H.h t this Heels: flHlltlwttll111N,
i |lib| these t will work fur IBM while JMVI sleep They Font' ho'
'il he+ direel! = e*Mse wf" her deitlhwas flee t fj:!jnltoek\ ilihhl l h UIiV.JtlHY grown\ overnights I U t MM lime. JPlltfl\tt\ fur YOUR supply NOW-
Convinced heart f\i1"rll.! The hudy' Wl\i era Jeter! \nMrs. tivniflIi
'parent |111'. Undertaker Ifand, pf Orlandu J. N. flndily" WU (rite tit\\\ the
"1'es," said(| I the specialist, a* he I fur shipment and, forwarded toher first of the week! We tope fpr ft
.toot) Jy| pie I; CMiitrttctor, "i 1 PH
cure home Mrattleboro, \H-i Sunday: speedy' recovery. Two years ago in their advertising and by actual demonstration TUB 00lU4A W AHA
tlW tPU.will' it cost," asked the sick night accompanied ty the heartbroken AliBI HerI' McMillan spent the NUHSBIUKB began to educate the public as to what really constltuteit' a real flral\ t-cJnu
man faintly."Ninetyfive. husband and little grandson.At l week of the school's dismissal visiting
dollars" friends In orlando.Worta nureury tree of citrus fruits. The public when shown! in nur teat groves what could be accompllflhed -

ft "You little"will replied have to the shade t'ohtrador.a your price thletes an"hroke early Into hour the Bunday Healioard\ morning depot hall been' received! that Mr. by planting trees as they art grovui In nur nureeries began to call for, yea, Dl-v

Kilt n better \hid front the undertaker. and iirwured two or three package Mathr.I nlth'. family plan tit reach MANU trees that were properly propagated TODAY) nurseries that Imva not been in ex.InteticG .
the specialist.. stood pat OH his price dell , their Oakland home on Thursday of "i'KUIdllKKt)" for their suit in )
and. hU competitor Hot the Job n f liitinr| that were awaiting rl five\ yearn, nro clamoring. I; strong! nursery produceriots
VSe are spprlallsts Ih our line lit
wink It willay and| imhllary you (o runilllluna stay \sits the prevail.safe arena. \ liy!him'the appfeaehintf confusion! hut and the made thievedlietthl A them)(ev.from l. tluUU their and many llev. fflemK J. V, MeKin tree and 'adopt\ the surest!! method\ Hut you are n 111))VilU; {, not n tn !.L1It, and ,YOU AUK

aide. !, hurtled M,away ftnll are Mill\ atId tI\lil\ftlltllIIHllfltI Hunitay, by erilpr Interested in the very bent result you eon get, from your grove when you have spent your

Orlando I rife, thin U the 1 t1@lhl! time that of IF@ hytery, HIlt oecnfaiDn I being- time and money to bring, it into bearing,
ttl(IP depot>|i has been broken Into within for A terviee I for home missions The Then do not be mUlefld by claim intended I t for that purpose alone, 'but buy your tree where
'the past| thirty days.Dttvi.1 O"'nlJlt1oph'' \ lUll 81wl\'M glad' _to you are absolutely l safe, Get them from the OCIU. \V AHA NURSERIES, the originators
have Dr. MeKinnon with them, his
I Steam Laundry II, Stewart) II II Wither partorste having \been here A number I at proper practices in propagation for the express purpose of producing the one thing

FRENCH DRY CLEANFUS 3 ington and Charlp' Anderson motored of years ago Florida needs In the market, first-class\ fruit and plenty of it,
t Orlando' morning on
t LAUNDERERS I aver business to Monday Mr. J, R. McRae arrived Monday Our trees will cost you more, may be fifteen\ to thirty cents more, but Professor Shamel's"
IMIONB asS a by automobile from Castleton Vt., work In California has demonstrated that an Increase of 50 per cent can be obtained our
I Clean up day was pretty well pin and will occupy the Jluton home for method of What then Is the fifteen to thirty cents in
I served here Monday and quite a bit the winter Nay, over the ordinary propagation
Helen Graves of the unsightly trash weeds bushes'. Mr. and Mrs. Chas S. Brock are comparison? CATALOGUE FREE-Write for it.
rnd other matter was cut down rakedup i en route from Roslyn W. Va., and
Shampooing, Manicuring Facial Massage and burned.Mr. expect to reach Oakland on Wednes
I modern, Scalp scientific treatment principals.given under My Lyman and wife and party, day of this week to spend a month
treatments have given entirely satisfactory from Forest City were sightseeingin with his parents and numerous Ocklawaha NurseriesO.
results. An electrical body Apoka Saturday and congratulated friends.
massage wil relieve congestion and cur citizens upon the many improvements
is a wonderful cure for neuralgia and
nervous troubles. It stimulates every now going on here. COTTON GINNED TO DECEMBER W. Conner- Proprietor Tangerine Florida.
organ in the body and brings back to Mr. Thompson of Laurens S. C., I TOTALS 9,711,433 BALES ..
you good circulation. Just try one. has been spending the past few daysin Washington, D. C.-Cotton ginned
.!I Prices on for aplication.switches of Apointments the best quality cant Apopka, and looking for a real prior to December 1 amounted to G. G. WRIGHT Agent Orlando, Florida
be made by phone 679. Hours 9 to estate investment. 9,711,453 running bales including 93- ,
12 a. m.; 1to6p.m. Messrs. Baxter and Crowell Orlando 361 round bales and 17,161 bales of

S PARLORS I real estate dealers were in Apopka Sea Island the census bureau today . . . . . . .
! Yo well-Duck worth Building . . . . . '
Room No. 1 Orlando. Florida Tuesday looking over some realty announced. MMMMWatkins
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Schultz Eldg.
i Bldg.
Suite 6 and 7
1 Suite 1 and 3
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15 LOTS .

AT $125 PER LOTt

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Tht\ Ni';,\Iii5'I';; "'hllll."t l t I.CU'\'I'I-U: ) lilts/ in the city of Otlando fur let* than $Hln.
'Thi/ "Jlt'dlll ollVr I.i fully fitw) \ wnt l lenn than market \'uh't'' and the purt'liaser hats.: the 1 benefit\

you want the credit of doing something, good, for Christmas, 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,



$125.00 EACH

TERMS: $15 cash, $10 per month

J. The cheapest lots in Orange County todayA ,. .,


Rex Daniels WALTER W. ROSE"Satisfied

"Satisfied clients made my business a success."

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PuFnfshri flat for lighthuuckpinq PI
J "I U Q Urire furnished H R. BERRY!
+ed} rooms l I M luck 1 from! center *>f
own up; 1ffitlttQ street_ H37tfeKINDERGARTEN ; I
----y-- - - -
\iltOhl.' > > primary r r I I
room, First Methodist church; telephone A complete line of Ford Acces-i i
221 or call 14 East Jackson fin, r rr

treet. 10-20-tfc seriesa; statf of expert mechanics FOR SALEA
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.'OR NT-Dy the season, month I to render satisfaction in all j
or year, one upstairs flat for light
housekeeping; also other rooms and \lines of Automobile Repair
k arage, electric lights and bath in I
Y. i
houSl'. Apply 300 East Conc< rd ave.1.l0tfc ; Oils and
Work. Vulcanizing
Real EstateTRACY I fine lot 55 ft. by 130 ft. on

_ -------1 Gasoline, and fair and square''
FOR RENT-Rooms; large airy up- '' II
stairs bed room, recently papered & SOMERVILLF-Carpenters prices. I S. West St. $2300.
nicely furnished, twin iron beds convenient and cabinet makers. Screen' I II
\FARMLANDSDROVESVMOUSES toilet and bath. Also kitchenette doors and windows, frames, sleeping
and use of dining room. Nicely porches, counters shelving, show
LOTS. located. Reasonable rates. Address cases, refrigerators, alterations and
"Landlord," care of the Sentinel. I additions. We keep a number of I For Nine Years i
11-16-lmoc skilled workmen constantly on hand.

FOR SALE FOR RENT-Summer cottage; also 18 East Church street. 12-2-lmo* i We have been in business at the C. A. HOVEY

suite of four rooms with 3 beds; NOTARY PUBLIC, with seal. I makea I location Corner of South
FOR SALE OR RENT-By owner, a also 3 room flat for light housekeeping sr"'ialty of deeds, mortgages, same
new modern bungalow, with six ; electric lights, bath telephone, leases, contracts etc. Price very rea- Main and Church Streets.
large rooms, hall, bath, and with every attractive grounds. $12 per monthup. sonable. Mrs. H. B. Leake, 45 East
convenience to make a desirable home; I 10 W. Concord avenue. I Pine street. Phone 179. 11-9-lmoc Phone 226Orlando's
l nice lot; desirable location near Lake 11-28-lmc -
Cherokee; price reasonable; house
Leading Repair Shop
will be completed latter part of No- FOR RENT-Large pleasant fur-
vember. Also have a six room cot- nished rooms, with private family, CLINT BASSPHONE and GarageEXCURSION
tage and a smaller bungalow close in. 302 North Orange avenue.
and terms to suit purchaser. I 11-20-3wksc
Have price also several furnished rooms for ----- 175' Advertise in the Sentinel
rent. Address Kentucky Home 511 FOR RENT-Within two blocks of 1 West Jefferson Street
Palmer street, Orlando. Phone 686. Florida Sanitarium 5 connecting |
11-12-1mo. I rooms nicely furnished with groundfor Successor to
I garden, price $25.00 per month. i: RATES
FOR SALE-Dwelling, six rooms Address Mrs. II. T. Moore\ Formosa, I Hand Wood CompanyWood
nice condition, with Forida. 12-7-6t
practically new -
lawn, bearing citrus fruit trees, roses,I I Account of Hammond & GoreFUNERAL
and shrubbery; near Lake Eola; very FOR RENT Suite of rooms completely of All Kinds
desirable location. $4.000. terms. ( furnished for housekeeping.
l Address "Owner" Box 33, Orlando I i in choice part of city. Gas, electrcity PROMPT SBRICEREASONABLE i hnotimo; Hnirhue DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERSReal
11-16-lmoe 514 ...
Fla. I heat hot water a small porch. -
Magnolia Avenue.-12-7-6t' I I : I uiiiiomiao iiuiiuajo !

1916 touring
FOR SALE-One windshield new and lamps. FOR RENT-Furnished pleasant ; Values Low Prices
body, top Via
ear suite' of light housekeeping rooms I
Ford Garage,
\ Act quick.
A bargain. first floor, bath in connection; elec- !
11-13-tfc on
f 209 South Orange avenue. tric lights and telephone; garage if I Your Mothermay Atlantic Coast Line COMPARE(
desired; private family. 312 North I II
FOR SALE AT BARGAINOr Main street. 12-5-1moe FURNITUREWe
will rent completely been good pie
modern and attractive home FOR RENT-Large two story' fur- : Standard Railroad of the South

new pretty lawn and shrubbery near Lake nished dwelling modern conven- ,maker. She probably was. Most provide the quality of furniture that has long been accepted -
bath, two sleeping porches two
Eola; two stories, five rooms iences the standard of merit. If
furniture buyers
by knowing as
screeaed sleeping porch, and summer blocks from postoffice corner
dining room. Address Owner Box West streets. Jas. A. Knox. mothers are. But if she made I an article is here it is good. It wouldn't be here were it otherwise.

I 337 or call at 312 Broadway. 11-24-tf ____ I I Tickets sold December 17-18-23- We can't make this point too clear-it is one of the foundation
11.10 dw-tf FOR RENT-Furnished room for a pies equal to those we are serving : stones of this business and that means much to any buyer.
moderate price. 603 East Central I 24 and 25, limited to reach orig.inal -
FOR SALE, OR TRADE for good avenue. 12-9-6t at the Model she was More
automobile, 10 acre tract, 7 acres starting point by midnightof !
cleared and under fence fruit trees 6 FOR RENT-Attractive business Than Good. McNEILL & DAVIS BLOCK
reom house Irrigating plant, barn and room. Se* H. R. Berry, at the Ford January 10th.
6 miles from city on bricktAkti Garage. 11-11-tf Our pies are a dream-n t a
garage of the Ate. Church Street Orlando Florida
Address/"Trade care Corner Orange and ,
Sentinel. Orlando Fla. li-18-lmoc FOR RENT-Nicely furnished nightmare-just a pleasant
in new modern home) onehalfblock I
ron SALE-A good Ate\ room house, from Anderson street near St. dream. to< per cut for Information Call OB

in fine condition, in good location t Luke' hospital. Reasonable fates for W. n. WHITE, n. T. A.
hot ahd cold "ateta| three lotll ft bata the Benson 406 Margaret Street.! Our 25c regular meals l and w.tt.CYNIAL.C.P&T.AOrlndo l

gain UltU11etl for itl. quick. buyer, Call.H.a l tftl t0.29\ -tfOuitai Hot u\,; a,1',',',''clals'' iimne ftittttl i it.. f...tlndtililld ttl Try Want Ad in the Sentinel
Nt=tJ room, with beifd,
)roil BALK:=VhH! a ddlehfee it-11li Ehea@, "ile for ate people.l Uea0n* live well at H moderate cast _
Bee Jai L. titles ;UI e able\ All eftnvenienee\ ? \ $, tiose! ift, =:=:::
'di it19 t;IIJIU"Ij@ft.! l'h@F"yg.\ Oysters fresh every lll\). iJurnbeir I nT11111(1 SI1111 'le8
rOl&Mr\I.M=I.IUIf@ nhij@fitO' @i 12=a=tie ".,
i ihr I market futures' '', t hp 1 J" I
A KfIi.. In
FOR nf.NT-.l\fg airy room,
nsiterfPr & new modern home, \every flf\nn: R
8AJK=-Ana NHc" Ul16ifeU6lt fop surroundings{
i fence,
Address "
\\.1\oIfWlp"\ typewriter, fhean, *
\1I kitchenette
\ \ jitney MSJ f
!box 612; lr; -:51ata;: if desired, Reasonable, Phone 682, The Model CafeSlefflons'

Call 10) Bast Amelia. l2-4-6to
von SALE.="Ffesh fOW and"calft;2 i _

miles south of Orlando, on Pine* FOR NT-'ive room house two
Castle road Jas llorton. 12-5-6t blocks east of grammar school; all ORLANDO
modern conveniences Phone 4S1.128.6t' .
FOR SALF.-Dry round oak wood 14
inches long 1 ,- per strand delivered Millinery
; $1 at farm, near Conway store.A. WANTED
S. (Hodges, Route 1, Orlando.' Cement Agatite Plaster and Lime

t 12-9-Imoc WANTED-Boarders, good clean LADIES' HATS
good for the season $6 and $7
of rooms
two story house, land is partly per wwk. 105 Summerlin street.-
cleared excellent farming and cattle 12-7-6t. We offer a choice selection of
raising section. A bargain. Address --- Ladies Velvet Hats at $2.00, $3.00
>I. L. Calvin Winter Uarden, Fla. WANTED-To list all kinds of prop. $4 00, $5.00 $6.00.
I having
eVty for sale or rent. am
129It'FOR.; manp applications for houses furnished Childrens Hats $1.00 $1.50 and up. ,

SALI--Chear: incubator,brooders and unfurnished.; I will be Our styles are so good-and our [ 'i11l
chickens, glad to list what you have. Mrs.II. '
coops, thoroughbred prices are so reasonable that you will
and chicks White Leghorns Anco- I B. I.eake 45 East Pine street. :
nas. Rhode Island Reds; wonderful Phone 179. 10-S-dw-lmo And our store the beat place In the ji It

layers; will guarantee to furnish hensor city for millinery ,
laying. 701 West POSITION
pullets now !
Central avenue. 1 -l.6t. stenographer desires position where Slemons' Millinery
- --- - -- brains. executive ability and hard
FOR SALE:-FOR RENT-Houses, work will gain advancement. $100 Store
furnished and unfurnished. Also per month. "dJrfllltenolrrapher:-; i Hl'v
nome splendid lots. Call and see what cant Sentinel.. 12.5.Otc1.osT t I
before or - ---
1 have to offer you buy
rent Mrs. II, It. Leak, 45:; l Kn.t: Pin Best and Promptest
street or 312 ISroadway. Phone 179.10.8dw.lmo .
IAST-Small. open fnccd;c.wntrh, on r
.- - --- pin, between I.AKH Lucerne and the Auto LiveryService
FOR KAI.K: OR KXCHANKK: :-'Itulcli Empire hotel Monogram L. U. L. on 5 E
roadster, recently overhauled and hack Return to Orlando Bank and ,
rrpnlnted. Will sell for cash or will Trust Co. and receive reward.

exchange for a lot, or for a largercar. 11-3-tfc _

12.7.6t'. Write Auto I'. O. Box 869. MISCELLANEOUS PASSENGER

AUTO BARGAINS-1912 Reo touring Phone 10:;. '1.Hldg... .Room 3.
car doors good repair, tiresnearly Call and sec us if interested in real
new first party here with BUICK CARWe
.estate. Buy sell or exchange prop
Also i cylinder Reo
$100 pets it. erty. Rental carefully attended to.
truck body $50. These >
with light I 11.9 lmoc
are big bargains. Geo. E. Bates &; ----- The Indian WayAccording

Son Altamonte Springs Florida. AT CHRISTMAS you will be proudto call anywhere at any time
12-7-tf give photographs if made at I

FOR SALE-Fine Barred Rock chick.ens. Evans, No. 102 North Main one block to the Redskin the Paleface made a big fire and sat around it-the Indian a little fire and sat
north of court house. Make\ the ap GordJ n's Transfer Co.
street., or Inquire phone 375.at No. 12 12-8-6tc lIu hey pointment 11-23-1moc now. Phone 125. on itThat's.

201 S. Orange Ave. Phone 487 very much like the way some of us try to warm a chilly corner-by building a roaring fire in
FORD TOURING CAR in good con-
dition. Terms if desired. 1-12-8-tfc Chas. P. paring a great display of children's pre- I HAULING OF All KINDS the furnace and making most of the house unliveable.How .

Dow. photos for the fair. Want every much more sensible to follow the Indian's advice! A little fire in a Gas Heater will warm the
: child. No cost to you. Every child
FOR RENT eight years and under negatives made Pansy Plants, Rose right spot without overheating the rest of the room. The bath-room can be made comfortable in the
free and
on Wednesdays Saturdays.
FOR RENT-Furnished apartment Howard's Studio. Ml-16-tf Bushes Petunia morning without wrestling with the furnace and making your home too hot for comfort during the
down stairs also room and kitchenette. ,
complete for housekeeping; separate Umbrellas **eov re4 and repaired remainder of the day. You will need a little Gas Heater this Fall-why not get it now?

entrance; baths' electric Ii hh. "while you wait." Young's Repair PlantsLeave .
211 Cast Jackson street, near Meth. I
odist church. 12-9-6t Shop, 21 E. Pine 8t
your orders here

FOR RENT-Three rooms at Formosa ESTATE, or a hotel proposition WATER & LIGHT CO
Inquire at t'ortnoll1'0(1 ORLANDO
office. 14.6.61'FOR we or write to G. tared, Ahot-ka,
Fla. li .3te .Violet Dell Florist.

also rooms and board; rooms for HALE-Large lot of new furniture,
light h0uekteplng. Everything: comfort t..ch. dren.er", table, chairs, etc J. y. CARUTDERS
nl.. Inquire! 416 Margaret Itrtft. Prices right. Address II, care Sen.tlnd. I.
The Iroquois 12.IS.Cn"On* 12.S-et Ph4a lot 401 soak Ukt ft -



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LOCAL AND PERSONAL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . .HllllliliMlliiillMIMIIIiMMtlMllB

Mr. J. P. Holbrook has
just received -
ftjii'II I I IALWAYsALmT another shipment of his fam
ous Haynes cars. w

,2 lr. James M. Johnson one of Kis- 8 I !
Bimmee's well known citizens, was in
Orlando yesterday! looking after business I


RIDE in Hamrick's Jtne; > Bus one .
hour 12 miles for Sue. 8-28-tfv

DEPOSITOR Mr. and Mrs."ATT I). Mcllvnln, of 88
Tampa, Mere nmonjr the vUitor to $ I849. Vr
tare Orlando lluth have many friends .

MOpKKN I: DAY METHODS null conoervn- f a
tlve? old time unfety nfl fnctorn that guy owners of houses or room, fur j 4
ern In the) innnnwrneiit) of this Imnk noshed or uiifuriil"liril, to rent, would CHRfsTMAS MONY[
Nuw, aunt M they nlwnyn hl\VC-tOf! | niKrpMK tin *fll% In try the t4"lh..I'. 1"111..1,
/ th'I'IHlnltlit| Hi thb l Utilt' ,
The 1 State Hank U rommerclnl 'hank, e
/ n Having ,'IIPt' nle goad| nn gnU! !
hnvJnjf the. reMnurcen, ronnectlonit/ and expprlenia < A,,H fur Utviit) whenever+ you buy nity
thing! I -II.U Now ready for the members :
nefennwry fur the nurer protet) -
thin of ItM depOMltnrx InterentN HueceDA-' Mr. J. ((3. Tetlger I HNnUUnt Houthem < of our Xmas Saving
ful commercial I nctlvlty 1 1/11/ largely, depend sales manager wf the Hayne Club.
ent upon banking sek'vlee nnd the cooperation Auto company, b U in Orlando) today (in
the interest pf his
"' car
of a strong bank I U an Important

business asset, I Mrs. F. I f;:. Tar who has teen Next Club starts December 20th.
Largest& Dank Hetween Jacksonville and spending several days with Mr. and
Tampa. I Mrs W. M. Slemona left yesterday .
afternoon for her home in Tampa.

THE Ride Hamrick'a-jitney bus 6c.ItMBlf .
The Peoples National Bank"It
I Mr. D. H. Page the merchant
Is A Pleasure To
prince of Windermere, spent yesterday Serve You'
in Orlando mingling with former
ORLANDO friends.business associates and greeting

Mr. D. J. Coleman, the "Sunshine
-- ,aa Biscuit Kid" of Tampa, was among
the welt known traveling men looking '
after business in Orlando yester
: day.
Savings checks are accepted us cash
In the savings department of the
Peoples National Hank. 11-lMf .. . .. ,. . . .... . . . . . . .. . . . .... . .... . . . .. . . .t.' MMIMM . . .
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U HOLBROOK Mr. J. W. Walking. Of Louisville., .t..I..t. . . ....' .11 ... ... ..... ... .,.. ..
Ky., was in Orlando yesterday calling
HAYNES S on the grocery trade in behalf of
Dealer Mallard & Ballard and the famous

HUPPEL B BOS R 0 S Obelisk flour. .1
HUPMOBIL E I Mrs. D. M. McGraw of Altus Ark
Service ansas arrived in Orlando yesterday HERE IN FEW DAYSThe
for a visit with her eon, P. P. Me
Craw and wife, at 202 East Robinson

Beautiful Christmas rifts at the famous CHEVROLET Four-Cylinder TouringCar i
Tuttle Gift Shop, second floor Yowell-
Duckworth building. 1-12-8-tfc complete with Electric Starter and Lights.

Representative citizens of the Fort
Christmas section looking after busi-
ness affairs in Orlando yesterdaywere $590 f. o. b. Orlando
J. B. Redditt, Robert Parker ,
Nathan Savage Thomas Ware and '
J. W. Savage.Mr. Roadster $560 f. o. b. Orlando

and Mrs. 1i. H. Ilenson and
daughter have arrived in Orlando
from Kansas! City, Mo., to upend their
New Ford Home first winter. They have rented the San Juan Garage Company
"Ione Pine" cottage on East; Living' .
ton avenue, from Mr. C. D Chad-

Now Open wick. Orlando-Daytona

20U.11()!) South Orange Avenue Hide Hamrkk'i( jitney bun, 64:.

Telephone :ISO IB.IB.L'Mr. __
0. K.: Klimltll, the popular rep.nentntlve .
'' of U'llerry & Hall, whole.

Standard (Imullne-Konl Oil, (Joodyrar, sale uttn'prlp, Tnmptii after 1II't'IIII.,! MlillttlMIIMMMMIIIIMMMKWho ., .,............... ........ ,..., '. .. .1.t.. .
Intt n couple of day visiting nearby
(Jnoilrlch), t l'lrp, t tonp, AJn, nnd Unllrd |uwiifit left yesterday nfteMumn fur J
httttt'a [mint* In Mould ,,'IuthhhI (the Interest tt..t..t..t.....
Tltis'i'ire. "
Air tit' I the Curb, uf hi.. nun.

MrV.. Ii. Miller' WasFPftthltttf IHHah g the j I Will Be Your Executor?
'Mitkp ihU 1'I'u..IIIUln. I Your I'old lloiue IHtlllplllpFIi! (OfliUUit tpflllf;

F G. I RUSH day, afternoon yypp the A tI It hilt! Coast!!
Line. Mfi Miller la from Nile! Michigan : ANiWER NO I
and. this H his riFt! viMt to this j I Yollr estate! may te Materially Impaired 118 a
part of Hondalit1 j H l heated l At on@of dif@lt f@lyt'! If the appointment ef 14ft nl@YtlnIf 9 > r
: \the\ local boarding hot!ss! rmCh4rfh ( tfYlitti-'
str1,,t. When Aft h\4ivi4\J". Ii! Mppolnt@di' = z et.1 d

The financial', responsibility i i* gensrally waolrr '
MMMMH+MHMHMMMMM M IMMMMMM.THE j'or uI"Sijat ftrtisMp gifts gQ
tQ the TttUle Gift Shop, |-J2--3-tfeA. \H \\a usually provided in wills that the J'tnulI
nominated to serve as eTeeutor shall\ be evufc +
NEWEST DESIGNS Mrs' W. Miller and Miss Alice from giving bonds. V R h' t x t sr
:Miller( well known winter residentsof -
IN SII.VEUWAHE( JEWELRY Orlando reached the city yesterday When surety bonds are supplied, it is at the expense x .. .
AND NOVELTIES afternoon on the Tampa Special of the estate and then only partial security s'-'.

coming from New Brunswick Mich., against loss is provided. .
Being constantly in touch with the leading silversmithsand 'where they have spent the winter. When a Trust Company is selected 'a I
jeweler-craftsmen of the country our stock is always They are established in their home
keeping pace with the latest style in silverware rings 400 East Concord avenue. The positive advantage of strong financial re- t > '
bracelets etc.When sponsibility is secured.

new and beautiful designs are created we are Mr. W. W. Southgate one of the A bond which has behind it the entire financial +,
among the first stores in the country to show them. You prominent winter residents of Orlando strength of the Institution is always filed with
never buy out-of-date articles here. arrived last evening over the Atlantic the Probate Court .t IIn mat to the estate.
Our displays for Christmas will interest you. There ( Coast Line from Fort Thomas Answer No. 3 will appear in a subsequent issue .i
are some very new and very beautiful noveltiessomething Ky. He was accompanied by his of this newspaper. s5e eaQ s' t tM tT
to please everyone to whom you want to give. Come daughter, Miss Lillian. They joined
early and choose while the wide assortment offers the Mrs. Southgate, who arrived a few
best opportunity. days since from Kentucky, and is now Come in any time and freely ask for further You'll not be disappointed at this store. We see to at the home of her daughter Mra. information on this vitally important subject ;t ,
that. N. P. Yowell. You are always welcome and our officers are always -
glad to advise.
Fish ana oysters received daily.
H. M. Self_& Co. 1-10-6-tfc The Orlando Bank & Trust Company

T. H. EVANS DoctorsBuckinaster .

: Orlando
& Bruiidage .

r JEWELERiUjLUiiitiitntiiiitttiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiH Personal Instruction OSTEOPATHS under Dr. Still :, Capital Surplus and Profits $141,000.00
at Kirksville Mo. .
.+ 132 S. Orange Ave.. above People
'... National Bank. Phone 678. .'lttlllll..n-'I.'I.I..IIII.I. I. . .11.1.,111',11..1.,111. .


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