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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 11, 1915
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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Volume ID: VID00584
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MORNING SENTINELVOLUME





THREE. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1915. NUMBER 260.




I SEVERAL INTERNATIONAL PROBLEMS





I OF GRAVE IMPORTANCE CONFRONT U. S. I




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DIPLOMATIC WITH AUSTRIA BALANCE RELATIONS HANGIN "WARSHIP ONLY SEDGE HOPE"IS 0 OUR U R I THEVALUEOFTHE CAPT.DIED JAMES YESTERDAYWAS S. JOUETT BULG4RS PURSUE fLING[[






FOURHMIOtlSMOKLINGU.S. SO WIRE "ORLANDO BOYS" CHURCH TOSOCIETY SON LATE ADMIRAL ALLIED( FORCE( INTO GREEK((

U. S. Insists That Austria Must FROM TAMPA TO THE JAMES JOUETT OF

SENTINEL"Col. U. S. NAVY


Make With a Complete Apologies Disavowal and Bogey" Hart Advises a Deceased Served in U. S. Cav-
TERRITORY( SAYS BERLIN[
ReparationWashington Retreat but Davidson SUBJECT OF WILSON'S AD- alry in Texas for 17 Years

Wants New NavyEquipped -Was a Beloved
Dec. 10.-Develop- DRESS AT CLOSING SES- CitizenThe -

ments of the utmost importance in SION CONFERENCE i'4fff + t4'F'lff44 +
COMPLETE EVACUATION OF
the relations of the United States ONE OF AMERICA'S:\ "130:) +
The following telegram was received community was chocked to hear
with four nations-Germany, Austria SERBIAN TERRITORY BY
last night from the "Orlando 'OVER4OOO of the death of Capt. James S. Jouett, EXCLUSIVESFACES +
France and Great Britain occurred PEOPLE PACK THE HALL
SERIOUS CHAma + ANGLOFRENCHGEKBUlWHISEXPtClED
Boys" who are flp-hting for honor at a well known Orlando resident' which
today. the state golf championship flight be. occurred yesterday afternoon shortly fff44 f + 44 +
They were: First, the official announcement
Ing staged at Tampa. The message President Made Two Addressesat after three o'clock at his home on
made by Germany which New York, Pec. 10.-A few hours
speaks for itself. L. It. Hedge appears North Orange avenue. Death result
agreed tea the demand of this government Columbus! Yesterday, after Whitney Wnrren, A society man j
to be the last hope. The message ed from acute kidney trouble, the deceased
for the Immediate recall of HoyEd and famous architect, savagely criti ,
follows: Returning to Washington being ill but one week. Four Bulgarian Ohtaion Reinforced
and Von I'apon, naval and mill. cised the administration's foreign pol-1 I
"The Sentinel, Orlando, Flo. Capt. Jouett was born in Kentuckyin
Attaches of the German embassy, Lust Night by Germans: Con-
tary icy, official announcement was made ,
"The location of Orlando fleet was February' 185.1.: lie was an only
on the ground of "Improper activl- that Mrs Warren must face a IImu!:. Attacked'
ties In military and naval matters' wired to the Reporter-Star this morn. Columbus, 0., Dec. 10.-His "'fl'IIU"O son of the late Admiral James Jouett, tlnuously
Ing. Since that time the sldewheel for a prominent' figure In cling charge
It Is expected that they will sail from, on The Value of the Church as many years Allies .1 I DayH
She !is accused of declaring wearing
Mug cruiser "Way" struck a floating United States naval circles. Although
Force to Have Society was given by -
New York early next week. a !
Second, ominous intimations given mine at the last coaling! station and President Wilson tonight, his address no funeral arrangements have been apparel to customs inspectors of I Ixetcral I London, Pec. 10.-The Him have

by high administration officials that was destroyed with all on board. closing the session of the Conferenceon made it I Is thought that the son's remains thousand dollars below their retreated completely' out of Serbia;
true value when she returned from
"The torpedo trawler "McNeil" was will find a resting place besid and the
diplomatic relations with Austria Church and Country Life, when he llulxarlans have followed
entangled In a net and has not come spoke. to more than 4,000 people who his father who Is interred at Arlington l I rimer November 1. them Into Cireece.
be broken off unless the attack "
may The of the Warrens
to the surface -.t. The coaling ships"Malhews" Washington, 1) c. prominence j
the !Italian Ancona, In ) packed the great memorial hall here. (cemetery The Rut announcement of thU dcvtlopmcht -
steamship
on n.nkt-s the case! one of unusual Inter- '
\ and "Gardenia""' were After the address the president left'' From l87 to 1893 Capt. Jouett was! tomes tU Iterlln.. which
which several Americans lost U
were ,
e!'t. 'they are In the list! as drawn by'Ms' '
about to escape at the last coaling for Washington. in the tenth U. R. cavalry and servedin claims t in hate rcrt-Urd Information
disavowed and! made! for "
provision ) Mills of America's 1MHl'llI'Itt'8
Ogden
payment of indemnity.! but were destroyed! by the enemy and! This was his second address! for the Tetras. Some fifteen years ago he .that "the Atlltl .htt1 h rtpedltlanly "

Third, sernl-bltlclailjr It was! also hn provisions! sated.! Jar), the! first being to business! itch! rehioved! td Orlando trout Washington __ i "ltt" t'tJtt1 ltltl evacuated fttlJlltttttottitufl" :!
th warship 1It1 Jtt'" Fs i bhlfr 1)). t'Uh hU mother who1 Is
*! bur at ft hobhdfiy! luhehebh.Itt'taFIAMi ,
stated! that the! United states has de1-
tided til eahrtl 1 the | !*
ridges aJU, n" h! Urgently-!- tilttil+t h* lifts tt''tltlel'' ill Utlahdr) rtcFaIHF@ Prthch geheral Cliff hMdijUnttehs! IH
fxahtfcf NubeF\' Von Pecked the All*- IUH1tHH i gt''LAat(' t. i
a hasty FetFPat( but t CwHiW6ddhe1 : t tie ibis! a fruit B@Is JrUF FldFldat tiF ,
(Flflli etiH!!lll tWirlal l itt NfW Yelk, VMHjf : gFdw@F( i F'atuFday, 5k; I IIiffRi MdFeduhid: EOhfIHiC! the Iflil rtHrtH ill:
"Davids" Mjrei!i and ;sever*! ether Austrian! FOnsuls! PetFli TitIt:--=The fulluwiHK bfiFiiieomllluHilatibn ( ;
feF theiF ftmneti0n with aetivitie my tie! be if H@it ed' fyf the nyf Ilia been) I HtiII htr@ IJ@V@F HlaFti@ti i ': waF1il@F tAlii Mi HibtteFht@ till: I lom1oR tuna UIIHIi|' l! In hf8F 8R.

lfitin-t 'the Ametie'rtit! i munilians! in: pne@} ef wyipninif a flew HivytrtOilttNAO from TrhersHF"IHssihn I light: Jewell hitflmny I warm ilde.! winds, \fltl? : flesh:! bbulheiet! moment (lit 8 Flash hetlteen..: : : (IFetkaend :
) tlfY} : IFlends in Oiland.9 twl few peFsnnqwere (Over 'HPFthwest} portiAn: IhllUFiitnti
flIJ-t tFy.fnlirth, ( troops ttiv@ Of\ Hpipil Rtit h :
,the first t PffiPRl' report( r@ceived tan Ilulali |Mss, where insurgent g@ndarnlee 'Intimately t apqua.mted. with him I The retreat: of the allim! wsspFFstive im-

ftllanlinl t the attach PR the and Berman! mercenaries! ! had II@} was 4 ft well infprmed. man, a respected ;
JOHNSON ISACAMUIDATEFtir A ,mil beloved ntien f and Jm All SCHOOlS Will ClOSE
t
I four IMiHhm; divisions reinforcedhY
Standard Oil steamer Pettolite, m keen! fortifying themselves for the
I i is of genuine II
departure sorrow
the Mediterranean' \iy a submarine, past; two weeps under the command I German continually' attarVM the
places the responsibility for the attack pf Herman and Turkish officers The I II i Anglo-French' tromps for four days,
on lust 1a. Office of Supt, of '.uhlif I road to Ifamadan i is now open. The flmr.r.sT( I (I. PESTROVER ECEEPS \% From December 23: to January', 3 I says a Saloniki i dispatch to the Tempsin

Fifth, the state department orderedan Instruction for Orange I I enemy fled in complete disorder, pur- j CONTRACT SpEEP All Schools in Orange Co. I'aris.

investigation and report on the County-Well Known I I sued by our I to Enjoy Christmas

search of the American steamships to People I I troops"f f RocklanJ, Me.-The Conyngham HolidayThe PLEASANT PARTY AT THE

Coamo and Carolina and the seizure BUY STEAMERS FOR $1.500.000 ;the largest destroyer in the American RIPPLES

of German members of the crews of A. R. Johnson, manager of the Orange 1--- I navy, exceeded her contract speed.re- following order was sent out

these vessels, by the French cruiser County Citrus Sub-Exchange of Cleveland.-A deal was closed yesterday quirements by almost a full knot dur- in November in connection with a no- A congenial party of young people

Des Cartes. the Florida Citrus Exchange announced j whereby the Cambria Steel' ing her five top speed runs over the tice of Thanksgiving. It is publishednow motored out to "The Ripples" the

Sixth. poke Smith in the senate, yesterday that he would bea I i company and M. A. Hanna & Co. | mile course today. The corrected to correct any misunderstandingas country home of Alexander Harrot,

assailed the British blockade of neu- candidate for the office of superin-i jointly purchased four 10,000-ton bulk figuures showed an average of 30.40 to Christmas holidays for the last evening and enjoyed a social hour.

tral ports and said that the United tendent of public instruction for Or- ,freight steamers from the Franties knots an hour, while her contract schools. Plans were completed for the B. Y.

States must notify Great Britain thatit ange county at the next election. Dr. Steamship company of Tonawanda II III called for 29 1-2 knots. 'By order of the Board of Public P. U. social which is to be held at

will "omit no word or act" to en- J. F. McKinnon is the present incum- .I N. Y., and one steamer of the same On one spurt the Conyngham tore Instruction the schools will adjournfor the Harrot home next Monday even-

force its rights. bent of that office. Mr. Johnson has class from the Niagara Transit company I, through the water at a rate of 31.63 the Christmas holidays at the

Senator Walsh also attacked Great been manager of the Sub-Exchanr I I. of the same city. The price knots at which time her turbineswere close of the school day, Thursday, ing.Those present last evening who

Britain for interference with Amer- for four years and is best known to paid was not made public but is believed making 608 revolutions per min- December 23, 1915, and resume work constitute the social committee in

ican trade. the people because of that connection. I' to be over 1500000. [ute. She burns oil exclusively. Monday, January 3, 1916. This order charge of the B. Y. P. U. affair for

Curtis introduced a resolution de- He has been in Florida since 1885 anda '! applies to all the public schools of next Monday were Miss Carol King,

claring it to be the duty of the United resident of Orange county for I Orange county."J. Miss Marie Rhoades Mrs. Swain,

States to maintain neutral rights, and eleven years.GODSON FINDS FOR DEFENDANT,. DANN HAS NOVEL SIGN F. McKinnon, county superin- Miss Brady, Miss Grace Harrot,

Secretary Lansing made the an- tendent public instruction." Claude White, Freeman V. D. Phil-

nouncement that Germany has recalled OF THE KAISER AT lips, and Alexander Harrot.

Boy-Ed and Von Papen as requested TilE FRONT WITH SIX After Two Hours Deliberation I Every Time lie Sells a Lot a SENTINEL SANTA CLAUS FUND

by this government. lie said: BROTHERS Jury in Case of Miss Leakevs. Bell Rings Over Bulletin CONSTANTLY GROWING FORT MEADE SELLS IMPROVEMENT
"The German ambassador has informed
Col. Watkins Arrives Board BONDS
on Orange
me that the emperor has been Berlin.-During his last visit on
Are you interesting yourself in the
at VerdictAn AvenueII.
to recall Von Papen and Boy-
pleased
the western front uie German em-
Fort Meade
Sentinel Santa Claus Fund? This Fla.-On Tuesday
Ed in compliance with the wishes nf peror met one of his godsons. The in fund is rapidly growing and any night the $33,000 bond issue was sold,
the United States." important case circuit court Carl Dann has had installed]] a
young man a soldier of one of the will be the to be used for
bulletin board the amount received by the Sen- money the extension
intimations were made in was settled yesterday when the jury large over awningin
Strong Prussian guard regiments, is the sev-
front his offices tinel to make hearts happy at Christ- of the sewerage, city waterworks
high official circles that the breaking cf Justus farmer after deliberation of of on Orange ave-
enth
son Pflug, a a nearly two and for the erection of the
Above the board is bell and new
nf diplomatic relations between this and wareteran of Treysa. Whenhe I I hours returned verdict for the defendant nue. a municipally owned electric! light plant.
and Austria Is Imminent. un his whenever it rings one is told by large
country wall born twenty years ago
in the case of Miss Belle All of which will be done some timein
letters and words that a lot has been
1t'l1Iultt.a. I immediately ti) .ato*fII
father asked the Kaiser! to act as
Leake against Col. T. J. Watkins' for Fold, The belt was several the hear future All of Broadway!
the sinking" of th.tlroM .by a nub godfather at the christening and the rung
U .Ooo damages. Col. Watkins sales 'were ftiM the city limits!! to the middle of
nmriiir; Ivltiff th.U..hJ8tt (lug. ruler consented.! was!! times yeiterday, as many
it wn* Mill that the administration represented by Attorneys Massey and made! Dunn says the bell will ring the business section H torn up In

t had determined tn ttfftll t'etitield end I mi, .M,<'OSMII; 10) HITAU Ati WarloWi of Orlatuld, and Miss Leakeby bit day today, a!* he has been holding pifpcfttthn t for the laying tit the

hand' |f11tilf1uttll! | td Jl.tHUl t t.>rich /wledm CIII.LEI1E( VEMI'EiIM1'IIMIII11tO Attorney 0. "I'. I IHI'klhlt1tl! tit (Ir- bark sale! for Saturday the deviceI I rick and mher: Improvements! '* are be

h, in charts of the Austrian!! em, VUr. lanital, and Attorney Mabry, nf Tam,,- I* n novel tine and has attracted\ "ttentinn > n'p i'rri"tl on. Fort Meade' U! one of
I the |ukjebt lawns OH the !map' at |irps. :
pal
| nsay hare, .It. was mid' plain 'Hint
.
'I ent anti will be H renter ef more Irt.tts
IhU pitmnnteHl, Hill tint 19 .MtUtirilwill MePMiwell( l pa'tnr of the 1'iretI'raalytarlnn ,(lilt "f fJft,

"hi, atirltdtig I tt'au. (haft a rnlilplrladiasrnwnl fhurth, will (speak at Elderly Men Frequent CornerAt ?6

) Bpoloal and' trawls. eervh-e at,' H dlin" (Allege' ,,tlillil
: I'I'Ht."tJf mae (tune( The funds will be turned KMIJr; 1 IIKINfJItfrhmnnd ;( I'I.\NNI
mill' H prnml'a! <.f full rrpHrtilloii forWANTH tomorrow afternoon, riay Jnniail -
the Associated,, Charities for
to
Ina. leas. tlf Alllnl'1t' hire, , former, Hidlins\ student' one aItoilins' / Church And Hughey Streets ever -
groceries, supplies, etc,, which will be &De'. JO,-(Jovernor fMu-
most pale| ( | singers, will
I distribute) to needy persons, Join art this morning awaited' ft report
'
t41II" the at the college, and -
;
Ml \MI day
'Ml 1 HI'JJ; spend may
slog at the 1"I&lulaeIIIPrs.& I It tt Is always an 'Interesting sight to I I names nf the frequenters of this t the movement and help in this good) from l U It Prlver, a special representative

/4T $IN14Tl'nrrWSWU'llnMtnn see elderly 'men grouped, together, I I recreation spot and also their ages cause he sent to llnpewell, regarding 1

|'t t, It.- In i behalf nf playing gnhies and, enjoying life In The average age of seventeen men ,Is Previously 1 acknowledged _, ..UJu the necessity fur state relief

the pstabllthtnrht nf 'military avlrt A Child's Friend .... a.00I'attimay I
H Drlfltidn to I the fullest A hunihef of Bitty-four and one-half years, measures* j
lion srion| fet Miami, lIUhlttf'UI1IRII| people' have failed. attention td the I The Names ef the men and their and Mary Alice llopewell was such! a mushroom 1

Hears, nf Hl* iniMlee, rppresentlii the number, of men of advancedMhn years I l ages felleWIAllen I ''tlrhlihh ::....,a"a".a.:. 100( settlement! It could hot be Incorporated

famish, "I'loMiU .iliMtli'ti railed' upon t'nhglp5atp' at the earner ofPhilrrh West! Parker, f.li I I W. tt. tlllfflt"!! it. a village, town or city, and' thffovefhur "

t the ......tp.llf. )' nf war ypstehlfty. > Mlami I. [ and., HnUlh lloghey utreeti. tin till W, J. Nikon! Till K. A. Morrill, Total .-=. :E.s..s",,..,.il0.HU feel t that I'finet imge(

U making it hall' "It''hl" for the Fuhshlhy! aid clear day!) ,arid, play' i i'fl1'11"I 'WI| I 1', Week, ri2j 1 J, W, Thimtdebee, county should' have" state old, if required

tHfll'liehiHtiil; ", df such H othotd. The throw '}yati elf Many ef I fist 1 1 F, (', Calvert' fi2i; J. I': Manning, aan,000) MWIHI.H[ WHEAT( in caring for Its euddeMy,' de!.

city haw the M.iifttfice- that! l" lh l w-- .2o the men spend, mfl! t ef the day en the I teal l Wesley french! 87i [Frsnk Davie, IIUHNHI) flute thousands.

attics will pM0ttvir/ to lava iUiagton cisintlaceita garner and many a pleasant hour I oTi I 0 G, Hrehard, '71t| t K, V, Miller,

(lVtIlrililel@'MtQf! \ fit the slips away, '73i; WI I L, Kelly, fill J, W, Neweomb, Erie, PA,=Two tit the three Anchor A good preeent=fOrrlipDlldtlrlf@

hands' Itlp dtpartmur4e Itt W".h. One of the gentinel'a friend yea! 131| J. L Chandler, 'Tai} W, C, Power, Line grain elevator' owned by the I eard, envelope to match, (!flIJ''Vtl4IfQrlan4g '

erday; considered the. matter as a bitof '6t, and N M I, geabrun, 73 Pennsylvania Railroad company here I Florida," for al$) cents,

I |, lot r, ears wa promised an answer news! which would prove interest! "Just i in the prime of life," say all were destroyed by fire early' May I Curtis A Q'Neal, hook and mllli

>Secretary Garrison at a later date, ng to many readers, He secured the of them. with about 600,009 bushels pf wheat. I.tore.rrHE .



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IHt DAILY>t HUKS: PREDICTS CHILLY WEATHEK DEATH OF MRS. HARVEYA I

South Florida Sentinel FOR DECEMBER !I telegram was received in town I

MORNING AND WEEKLY St. Louis Prophet Says Month Will this morning by A. 11. Harvey from

y f-. E8MNGTON..6sslae.GLENN: .. M.K4Urr. ..ftr Bring Forth Much Real Winter Apopka, Florida, announcing the CASTILE SOAPMADE
Weather death of Mrs. Harvey at that place I
-ID&.t: & ;Second.t tb C1*_pmloflle MaU MttUr.8UBSCIUK1ION at Orla.. ... Tlortda..a yesterday. The body will be brought

Winter is at hand. It come officially here for burial the services to beheld I

I YNr ............RATEbfelly. ........... 11.00 on Dec.J 21, but Prophet Hicks, at the Universalist church on FROM
DIlf. f Montle .... L10Doll l.n in figuring. out the weather for the Wednesday afternoon. Rev. D. E. ,
I Month. the Trout will officiate.: -Brattleboro, j
D.Ur. I Month .10wMblr. month of December, moves up

; .-1 Yf'r .- -- ......... Il.tOLL cold spell u )bit, as you will. read. Vermont, Reformer 1 PURE OLIVE OIL
The first reactionary storm periodis
.* .V".C.'PTION..UUU ADVAMCl IN central on and touching the Oth und FIRE DEPARTMENT: : ELECTS V.
ADVUTlatUs 10th. The J December solstice period OFFICERSThe 1
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TO
will make itttelf felt at this time and IMPORTED OLIVE OIL QUART . . . . . . . .DOc
dmtl.lae It" I.r.dl.plar.... "a ...ud....all I. ftl.U..r th. Intdul"..a.... boreal storms of wind and snow will annual election of officers for IMPORTED OLIVE OIL PINT . . . . . . . . ..|5c
..... .1 .... ...u... iwl.UUr. lKit i .. .. I brgin" to rush out of the popular regions the Orlando fire department was held
It.. ..., ".,.,. peptlratl.a. TM r.l. appll.!! and the following 1 IMPORTED OLIVE OIL t li PINT . . . . . . . .2:1: (
i* tt> niM for ...hart 4vtrtllfl It li I "in good shape From this I.e. Thursday evening PURE CASTILE SOAP 1.11.. . . . . . . . . . .r:;cONE
.a..rtall. sad eel b. Mrictly 4kn4 1.. rlod to the end of December J and Into were unanimously chosen Chief

M'I..."1...,. -dMlrlug Th e.elln.I ....... January 11)HI, look for marked winter Wm. Dean; assistant chief, P. .'. Inuiach .
tinned twulii notify the oaf*, U wrltln onIn and weather. ., ; foreman E. C. Moore; secreta
storms .
41 of .. .Ih.'.... It will b. : POUND OF THIS CASTILE SOAP WILL MAKE\ 5-lOc CAKES. CALL UP TODAY
II. lJl\rton. After
n.at/ee.d/ nt '' I'Io"i *uU rlptba rnU*. The second regular storm period ry and treasurer J. AND LET US SEND YOU A SUPPLY.
saUl notlv to stop r:..l4.T conjoins its center with that of the the business session, Orlando' s_\.
.I..K... Nut r 14
earth's winter solstice period on the ant fire laddie enjoyed a luncheon.
;\\TlmU\. DKCKMDKU: : : 11. 1915. 15th. It extends from about the 11th
to the 18th Inclusive.We TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
The longer the teak U put off thebigger figure that phenomenal results,
it grows. In the way of storm and weather will ANNA KAESER, CHIROPODIST,
-0- pass across the continent beginning Christ building, Room 12. Also City Drug StoreJ.
treatment at residence! by ap.
about the lath and reach' your
Buying something for nothing has In the west pointment. 12. 1.3t.
always been poor business. tog the Atlantic Coast and ocean I L. DEAN Proprietor Orlando, Florida
o about the 17th to 18th. Your barometer 'ANTED A small Victrola, second
The trouble with some people Is the clouds the wind currents hand. Must be in good conditionand
along with the exercise of commonsense cheap for cash. Address Victor,
that they leave their mufflers open of
care Sentinel and give price nia-
at the wrong time. will show you within a few chine. 12-ll-3tc
0 hours when the storm trains will FOR SALE! .

Early rising is as incumbent on the reach your station. You, of course OST-Between Oakland and Orlan.do "Don't Overlook
black plaid My residence corner north Orange second floor. Lot, 154 feet front on
will not wait until hear the blasts a green yellow
world
hunters in this part of the as you
horse blanket. Finder please return I and Robinson avenues containing Orange avenue. Grounds attractively
it is in the war zone. of nature's whistle and blizzard and to J. E. Huxton. No. 3 Lucerne Circle This One"RO Library, Ujception Room Den Sewing arranged, and sprayed by under.
o thunder before you think of suth Orlando, Fla, J2-U.3t Room, Dining Room Kitchen ground system.Large I
The English government is being I matters of fuel and food and shelter ,I Pantry, Grocery Room Lavatory, allon garage and log cabin play
3li first door with bath and a deep house etc. Will sell furnished or unfurnished -
scored because the expedition to the for yourself and family, and your TlE ESTATE ncren virgin pine timber trig apartment with eleven windows ,
FLORIDA REAL
Dardanelles has not scored dependent, helpless live stock. miles from Orlando, near Con- and seven closets and storage room on ll-7-lro

Perhaps the peace o voyage: is merelyto rind The) is second central reactionary on the 20th storm 21st, arid pa & INVESTMENT CO. way brick road. This I U n choice CHARLES P. DOW

furiiUU one more joke about the 22nd:: These are critical' day, at the --
crisis of the winter IiQl.tf@! piece of land und U suitable for
Ford ear. At any rats they're off turning wvo moved their olllee to theenedU't
-==-

Never twit your wife IWHU' of" the Mar. influence Mill hulls. and
her ftNiliftlt l 101"1"1. Kxrept fur one of the itmtui i i" In iiMiaitliin| | to earth Central Avemiu and hope to (a roil ng.
thrill she would never have nturrUd and nun on the :2tstlln! thttttentdtiy inset! our clients! and many new
you. S of the year. On and touching. one to get acquainted with UH! PRICE $.13,00: :; PER ACRE. Onion Sets!

0 Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, the anti our method!' of doing). bunlCM. l.
IL U reported' that a perfectly honest 20lh, 21ft and vend, a storm center, We buy and nell Real
min haw l been found in Chicago, .sue or more will pass from west to loan
Estate and Mortgages,
but the of the Is not t past across the country. This means
name cemetery
on good securities and Just' a few for late planting-White Bermudas only-
given. I a low and falling barometer, increasein money F. A. Wallace Realty Co.
--0--- I temperature, cloudiness and rain advance money to parties intending Get yours before they are all gone.
Some people's idea of public spiritis I and snow. Each day the actual storm to build homes on easy

using their massive brains to crit. j areas will advance further eastward, terms. Bank Guarantee for our Room 3 Arcade
icise whatever other people may do with rising barometer, change to colder -
for the public benefit. and clearing weather followingfrom ransactions. Phone 117
o the west. The indications are II. E. BENEDICT President. Orlando Seed & Produce Co.

After taking special care to get that much stormy weather, with severe ..H ._ -- -- -- -
handsome appearing fur topped shoes cold, and heavy general snows, I 206 S. Orange Ave. Phone 166
some of the women seem annoyedthat will result at this time, and throughall I

people will look o at them. month.the central and later parts of the j Grove for Sale!

The happy wife is not a woman The third regular storm period is 80 acre Lakesite 35 acres in Grove; 2200 fine bearing --- - ---- ---- -- -

who has married the best man on central on the 2Cth, extending from budded trees; 300 Seedlings. Close to brick road and GROCERY CO.FLA.
earth but one who is philosophical the 24th to the 29th, inclusive. The town. FORAGE .

enough to make the best of what barometer will give notice in all west. House Barns, Outbuildings. ROUND STEAK, per pound . . . . . . .. . . . . .17c:
she's got. I ern sections by the 24th to 25th of SALE FLA. LOIN AND PORTER HOUSE, per pound . . . . . . .17c:
o growing: storm conditions, and from Big SACRIFICE for QUICK . . . lOc
I CHUCK ROAST FLORIDA per pound . . . . . . .
The fur-topped boots for women about Saturday the 25th, to Tuesday, EXCLUSIVE SALE CHUCK STEAK FLORIDA, per pound . . . . . . . . .12'/1c
have made their appearance on Or- the 28th, marked and intense midwinter FLA. BEEF STEW, 3 pounds for . . . . . . . . . . . .25c
lando's streets, worn with skirts so storms will visit all sections of ,' FLORIDA PORK HAMS whole, per pound . . . . . . . . 15c:)
short that every bit of the fur shows the country in their progress east Orlando Real Estate Co. FLORIDA PORK CHOPS, per pound . . . . . . . . . . .15c:

but up to date nobody has adoptedthe ward.terms On will and be about attended the with 27th winter these E. n. BRADLEY FLORIDA PORK STEW, per Ib . . . . . . . . . . . .12/ (
pantalelte style.
PORK CHOPS 2 pounds for..45c
WESTERN ,
501 I IC
PHONE
;lightning and thunder, especially in WATKINS BLOCK SLICED HAM, 2 pounds for. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .45c:
A man who was being taken to ride I southern sections. High gales, with BOILED HAM, per pound . . . . . . . :. . . . . . .35cHENB
automobile demonstrator was winter tornadoes southward, would . . . . . . .20c
by an LIVE, per pound . . I. . . I . III
asked where he would like to go. lie j not he altogether surprising at the IMMMIMMMMMMtMMIillMMIMIIMMMIMIMClifislmas SMOKED COUNTRY SAUSAGE, per pound I. . . . . ,20cARCOOK&COMW
suggested a drive to the almshouse t rUU of the period.
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ering which the was high not inappropriate charges; for cleprecla eonsld-*. tit. Tt H'U11'O MARK ADDItttSfl C Cards and Booklets!! -

lion gasoline and tires. A1' OI'KNtMt' OK VALR1CO
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If, M!! we are sometimes told the ifon. and Mn!; William Cheer! Jltttuldtt! aelcetiontroni: ( ie upi Also 8ouvenlf5!: ,
dead ran look down and pee and know 'Temple, of Winter Park, wets in OHrthilu Novelties!:l, Toys!:I, Japanese Novelties\ : Htatlonery, .I CHRIST DUILD1NC '. ORLANDO 'VI
what the living ate doing the depart* yesterday) en touts l to Yaltieo, and Magaaines.DO !:I.
ml meml' Fi! df lite, order Of the Hi 1ft llillalHifoueh\ county\ where Mr, for
I'. (0.t gigs in (hands) Hllit feel that 'emple' i H to make the principal ad, 22 W. Church St. AIT AGENTS, we Invest money safely our
they I were fittingly\ remembered' Pun!\ dress at the opening ef the\ eivie & H'III customers: manage their real and personal
lay, by those who are built \UiiJHf \budding, which takes} place' there this lIg hill ( ONE BLOCK EAST A. C. I. DEPOT property; look after their taxes and other obligations : .
in Hits vale ef tear afternoon at 3 o'clock, The kadieVAuxiliary
.. of the Valrteo Improvement MMMMMMMMMMMM.MMMMMf.M collecting rental, interest and dividends

The prevailing cause of f lure In Association has been working for
life is i unquestionably the lack of: a months in the preparation of: a carnU INCOME INVESTMENTS, Mortgages and Bonds
purpose |It i is not so much that peo-- val and bazaar and the festivities are
pie are lacking in opportunity or pot expected! to close until near mid- PURE FOOD STORE

ability that they accomplish so little night. BUILDING MATERIALSAND
either in secular or religious affairs GroceriesCHRISTMAS
L. W. Ponder who is in Tarna .
A resolute purpose is the open sesame Mrs.
to great achievement. Napo. > the guest of her sister, Mrs. Rob. CONSTRUCTIONWe
leon when confronted with the Alps ert Sales, will go to Orlando for the HINTS

said; "There shall be no Alps." and lolidays. She will be joined there by Raisins Currents Walnuts Almonds, Brazil l Nuts Pecans
proceeded to scale their summits. In Mr Ponder and they will be guests Raisins Burnett
Cluster ,
Citron Orange Peel. Lemon Peel time and worry on your
can save money
business life the need of the same of his mother.-Ocala Star. Cake Coloring. you '
strong purpose is equally great. I IoJ Extracts Burnett's The Above Are All Fresh, Stock building operations. Our clients arc satisfied.
The Tuttle Gift Shop Is located this I
season on the second floor of YowelNuekworth Phone 203 No. 8 W. Church St.
REPAINTING;. GUAM) THEATRE ) building, at left of lvn.
i tar M28.tffINVESTMENTS
The Grand theatre, Orlando' pop.
ular play hount, U now In the handsof '. .MMMilMfMMMMIMMMMMMIIIIMMMMMMIlToDay .
painters nnd decorator and i I..* beIng .
treated to a new coat of paint InMo .
G. C.
MontgomeryWe
and out. Th work U beingdmte offer
l.y Meter It. I':. Mctrrlunn and we you

Ik 1.. Wnller, who are nrtllltli with the Industrial Montgomerjfor
Municipal nnd have employed the service of G. C.
brush. The Improvements being madethere
will\ in ho way interfere with Bonds c. Mortgages on Improved QUALITY! our painting department. Cars overhauled and painted.
the excellent attractions with which
the audiences.Mr.Grand.. is nightly pleasing large Property. SERVICE! Prices for Fords, $10.00 to $20.00; Any cars $10 to $50.


8 per cent.
John Wistar of Philadelphia, PRICES:

Pa., who has been coming to Orlando. Interest upon Investments of .. CUALMfRS MOTOR CAR CO.
about this time every year on a combined unquestioned security.
business and pleasure trip
reached the city yesterday afternoonon The Co-Opertive Produce Co. D. Phillips Mgr
Freeman V.
the Tampa Special. CIIAS. P. DOW ,
W. S. DeWitt, Mgr. No. 10 E. Church St. PHONE 447MIMMHMMMMIIIMMMMMMmillllliMIMiMII
; PHONE 221i
The Peoples National Hank 14 EAST CHURCH STREET.
Have you located Mrs. Tuttle's Gif t t.1
Shop this season? If not be lure i.- t

you do. 1-12-8-tf -



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TROOPS OX GREEK to succeed Rolla Wells, of St. Louis I I FAMOUS WIGGINS CASE IS EX. PACKARD ACTIVITIESWhen

BORDER I who will resign tomorrow, and a successor PECTED TO BE SETTLED I

to Joseph E. Davies, of Wis !I asked as to the reported activities ACCIDENT HEALTH

London, Dec. J).-German troopsare consin, who has resigned as secretary.The Washington, D. C.-As a result of of the Packard Motor Car LIABILITY AUTOMOBILE:

reported at the Greek border. election of Thomas J. Pence, of consideration today by the supreme company in the aeronautical field,

With the An lo-French lines reforming :I this city, assistant to Chairman Mc- court of the five-year litigation over President Henry B. Joy made the fol- PLATE GLASS BURGLARY
it Combs, as secretary was forecast. I II the collection of life insurance car lowing statement:
almost within Greek territory PROPERTY DAMAGE WORKMAN'S COMPENSATION
is believed here Greece can not post-I I ::ried by Cilbey L. Wiggins, of Pensa- "Yes, it is true that the Packard
definite rev SOUTH FLORIDA FAIR cola, Fla., who died in 1910, the courtis 'company has felt that on account of
pone much longer a more
elation of the stand she expects to .I expected to announce a decision the elaborate engineering studies

take should the arena of hostilities be Tampa, Fla.-Principal among the determinative of several disputed .which it has accomplished in recent
soil. :'exhibits to be seen at the South Florida points in insurance matters. years which have led it to the "twin
transferred to her Casualty CompanyGEO.
Colonel Phallis, of the Greek army, Fair, the dates of which are Feb- One of the grounds on which the six" type of motor, that it has become Georgia

is conferring with the entente commanders ruary 4 to 12, are those of the wo insurance company concerned declinedto incumbent upon it to develop aircraft
I
man's department, which will be pay the $30,000 insurance was that motors for military purposes."
but the Paris press expresses -
housed in the spacious exposition knowledge of the physical conditionof A. IIUTCHINSON. General Agent
fear Aa: he is i not authorized to I
building erected by the late Henry B. Wiggins possessed by certain medical -
take the full steps necessary to safeguard I ARE YOU GOING TO HAVE YOUR Orlando, Florida
Plant, which stands on the fair examiners could not be imputedto
the interests of the Anglo- BABY IN HOWARD'S FAIRBABY
French troops. i grounds. These exhibits will include it, and the case is expected to settle SHOW I Room 4 and 6 Watkins Block (Phone 700
woman's work generally, and attractive what constitutes an agent of an
-
the French and British I Show the
The planVi of I That Baby at coming I
troops li the Balkans are still a premiums will be offered on all insurance company, under Florida Five County Fair, is going to be some
The continued landing of products Mrs. Goodley A. Webb, of :statutes, at least. show.
mystery. Tampa, will be in charge of the build- I Lot of wise people have caught on ----- - - --
the the-
lends color to
reinforcements and Howard's Studio is stacking
I up
is ing. The educational exhibit, to be DEPARTMENT STORES TEACH .
ory that an aggressive campaign pictures galore.Is
contemplated. The steady withdrawal I secured from the colleges and pub- CHILDREN your child in it? If not, it is
lic and private schools of the state, your fault.
of troops from their advanced positions All children under eight ORLANDD ROOFING
shown in this 9.Continuationclasses ;years.
that for the will also be building. Philadelphia, Dec.
the belief
leads to Country as well as city children. Sat-
present the occupation of Saloniki asa I I Those desiring to exhibit are requested to meet the requirements of urday and Wendesday. Absolutelyno ANL
later time to write A. L. Allen, secretary. the child labor law, which becomes ef- charge. You are favoring us.
bane for operations at a
forms the extent of their determina- Present indications are that every fective on January 1, will be organized HOWARD'S STUDIO-ON TilE SHEET METAL CO
county in South Florida will be represented here by several large department AVENUE

tion.With only three days left for the by general exhibits, while stores and other concerns, a numberof ,I 12-5-tfc
other counties will send communityand whose employes will be affected by
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test of Lord Derby's plan for recruiting Metal Slate Tile Tin Asbestos
officers beingoverwhelmed individual exhibits. Owing to the law. Dr. John P. Garber, super- ,
enlistment are
the fact that the European war is intendent of public schools, who made
with men who wish to Will Sacrifice and Rubber Roofings
still on and the San Francisco and the announcement, said that nine con-
volunteer under the group system.
San Diego expositions are closed, it is cerns employing approximately 1,300
Last night many recruiting officers Cornices Skylights. Healing, Vinlllallrg.! M'lai Celltofls
worked until after midnight.Demoefatk I confidently expected that attendanceat children, between the ages of 14 and 10,000
the fair will pass the 100,000 16, had notified him they had arranged -

I mark. to maintain and pay for the Works: 14 E. Church St. ORLANDO
National Committee Gathers -I' schools in their own establishments.The 'GUARANTEED TREESAll

at Washington :MUCH FREIGHT GOES DOWN law requires that children who 1 ---
Washington, Dec. 6.-Chairman COASTAL CANAL work must attend school at least
True To Name
William F. McCombs and most of the Daytona, Fla., Dec. 9.-Figures eight hours a week.
5 to foot Dr. G. HanchettMusic
members 6f the Democratic national compiled by the committee which will 7 trees Henry

committee were here today for the go to Jacksonville to attend the hearing i! HUSBAND RENOUNCES ENGLAND 50c EACH
of the committee tomorrow, Studio 107 America Street
meeting to be held next Monday before FOR WIFE'S PRIVILEGE All leading varieties budded on
which will prepare for the coming the United States engineers who will' TO VOTE I PRIVATE PIANO LESSONSIn
I i iI sour and grapefruit roots from
presidential campaign. I i
of
the purchasing
on advisability -
Chief irterent perhaps centers in pass the East Coast canal, show that San Francisco, Dec. 0.-Mrs. Ethel known stock.Conway. I Technique, Expression, Repertory and Sight Playing

the selection! of the time and place the Howard line has brought; to Daytona I Cooper Mackenzie, born in California, CLASSES

for the.nest sleeking Democratic this honor national convention Chicago ...- during the past three monthsover whose right of suffrage; was taken i Nursery (1)I 1IEBTHOVEN. UBAtllNGB-StudlM lit Musical Structure by Means of
are 200,000 tons of freight, a re from her by the supreme court of the It. T. PEEL Lecture Recitals.
lit touli Dalian! and Han Fran* markatite It li I to be she
showing pre United States on the ground that Orlando It It 1.
cisco. DeWatlohM) from each of these (2) AUTISTIC I INTfilU'HKTAriON Advanced
mimed that the Florida Knt; Coast la the wife of it llritUh vttton, lor.. 1'layers.
cities! wet Meld. '" to be prppared to offer < railway has brought& to Daytona an :dun Mackenzie (known on the otagea ((3)) KLKMKNTAIIY; ; ; IIAUMONY.Informal .

the r, 'nmlttee large rash inducements aqua| ') amount <,f freight duping, the McKensie (iordon), in to have the Krdlfll With Announcement of ('''Uf''p" Wrdncmlay.. I Esenlag.
veil convenience, DR. J J. M. MASTERS
a* a* every ante period' vote after all Kefemhrr A, 1913 al H,. O'rltxk.) Card* of AdmU.lon May' ltd Had at t.t"l;.
(I'rpoMelit!\ WiUwn, it in announced, I
iwfihn; Mackenzie, it was an, "Pharmacy' or IlranrhV IIm.1. HI lore,
wilt wuiy A neutral position! in the 1013 mill)\& ) ilUNAIKIl'T() not need today, will for his wife's GRAND VIEW: SANITARIUM
contest While disappointed thai
Original cost, f.o.b. Orlando--1490,00' sake, renounce hU UrHUh\ cittaenbhip Port Grunge, Florida
they will not have the president'esupport ,\ and! lighting '
North tUiot: starting and become A dtUen of the United
the Dallas, delegation 100,00 Phone 5 for
pro system ---- -------- I W. T. ENTJUCAN:
that Amen
fessed to be confident\ of winning the Shock absorbers ____________ 15,00 States She contended AS
Reat covers 12,50 jean !born she was entitled to the vote, FISH AND OYSTERS LICENSED CONTRACTOR
--------------- Devoted to Nose
treatment
,
,
Tin 6t Louis delegation was
rare Pointed radiator --,_----___- 23.00: The courts held that as the wife of I
equally confident, Chicago and San Thief proof lock ____________ 3.50 a British subject she was not. Throat and Lungs All facilities Fresh Every Day for
Francisco made no claims. !
The committee also will endorsethe Total cost --_?____________$644.00 for scientific and successful rilE WALDECKER FISH co PAINTING, DECORATING ETC
Driven only six months. What will Beautiful Christmas gifts at the ;
work of the administration and you give me in cash! Address"Henry Tuttle Gift Shop, second floor Yowell- treatment. I 39 West Church Street Phone 217.
of congress and elect a new treasurer Ford care Sentinel office. 12-7-tfc Duckworth building. 1-12-8-tfc .


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take pleasure in announcing to the public that we have opened up a wholesale grocery, grain and Feed Store in the

Davis & McNeil Building on South Orange Avenue.

While our stock is not quit complete, yet we have a large and comprehensive one, which has been carefully selected

from the very best products of the most reliable manufacturers, packers and brokers of the nation.

We deal in staple and fancy groceries of the better grades, also Hay, Grain and Feedstuff.

WE SELL TO THE CONSUMER AS WELL n S THE DEALERFOR

INSTANCE, YOU CAN BUY AT THIS STORE CANNED FRUITS, VEGETABLES AND TABLE DELICACIESOF

; ALL KINDS IN LOTS OF ONE DOZEN OR MORE, OR ANYTHING IN THE ORIGINAL PACKAGE, AT STRICTLY .

WHOLESALE PRICES.It .

is our aim to do business on a cash basis and sell goods as cheaply as can be had of any similar concern in the

country.IN.
BUILDING UP A TRADE WE REALIZE THAT WE MUST MAKE EVERY EFFORT TO PLEASE THE PUBLICand

endeavor to make friends as well as customers. Therefore we will handle reliable goods only, and SHOULD ANY AR.

TICLE PURCHASED AT THIS STORE: PROVE TO BE NOT AS REPRESENTED WE URGE THE CUSTOMER TO RETURN -

IT AND WE WILL REFUND YOUR MONEY AS CHEERFULLY AS WE TOOK IT FROM YOU.

Irop in and get our prices and look over our stock. Whether you buy anything or not you will be much welcome,

courteously received and shown every attention. It is a store that "teaches your dollars to have more cents."




Mail Orders and Telephone Orders Receive the Same Prompt and Careful Attention as Those Given Person







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WHOLESALE GROCERIES



J, p, M IIAURELL, Assistant Manager

McNeal & Davis Bldg., S. Orange Ave. Phone 101 ORLANDO, FLORIDA


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1 FORAGE GROCERY COMPANY IIKII-.MN '

1.001110n.-l.o1"I1 Murray, of mlh"klllt'pdor ,
SALE
of recruiting in the ministry GROCERY

of munition*, In nn Interview published

In Lioyd t,Vtkly, Kn>'si"More
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Ihrttl A tnllllntl men and. w'omen
are Inhering" rnhtlminttxly! hit-H
Telephone 038 21 W. Church St
tag nut hfMunition
hit eVeP h\t'tr""lhlf "uphly
for the I land I war Tralea\
tlhInft l !1, fired, With A ,lleolfl tit Win the
SPECIALS FOR TODAYWe
Mont Department war for ffeetlrtm1, have urrendaral
rights won after fenturte fit fighting

IIOMi( '; IIKSSKI) (.:: : ; 'IIKNS'': : per pound I " . . , , , ,22e: -right, which mH=t 'he re, =toreilhe attar
HIMUNfi, ( (rilK'KKNS' (' : ; per pound . I . I I I , I . . . , 25e: and( allies sftUI, have marched\ i All Mr 11ft, > have sold over one-half of large stock of Groceriesand
I'OUK) { HAM!\ per pound . . t . , , , , . . . . ,15c through victory to peace our
FLORIDA PORK S1't;\\'. per pound . . . " , . . . .12\\a c to"These hundred men are hours working ftclweek from,alrty And are now closing out the balance at unheard of prices.
FLORIDA) PORK IU) %ST. per pound any Kind , . . . , 15e A
WESTERN ROUND STEAK! per pound . . . . . . . 23c from every quarter I hear of the extraordinary

WESTERN PORK CHOPS per pound . . . . . . . . . 20c many thousands zeal And of women efficiency employedin of the I Fox River Butter 2 pounds for __________78c Maryland Tomatoes 12 cans for _________DOc
WESTERN( TOHK SAUSAGE per pound . . . . . . . . 20c making shells. ( Lemon Extract, lOc and 25c. Bottles ____5c I Potted Meat, 6 cans for _________ ___-25c
FLORIDA ROUND STEAK per pound . . . . . . . . . 17c This great department is a mar I I Purina Bran per package _______________lOci White Rose Tea per pound-- _________-_-___50c
FLORIDA SIRLOIN STEAK or PORTERHOUSE STEAK 17c vellous success as the result of the i Hecker's Cream Oatmeal 15c. package ___lOc Phoenix Tea, per pound ________________50c
FLORIDA ROAST REEF Best per pound . . . . . . . 15c superhuman work of Mr. Lloyd Toilet Paper 4 10 cent rolls for __________25ci Votan Tea, per pound _________________60c
FLORIDA CHUCK ROAST per pound . . .. . . . . . . .lOc the i Hecker's Self-Raising Flour 15c. package lOc Tetley Tea pound __________________60c
George staff of businessmen
I splendid per
LEG OF LAMB per pound . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .:20c I who are supporting him and the '!'Ready-Made Soup 4 cans for ___________25c: Lipton Tea, per pound __________________60cBaxter'
MUTTON SHOULDER ROAST per pound . . . . . . . 15c Green Tomato Pickles, 35c. bottle ______20c Finest Corn 2 for _________25c
;
working men and women who are [ -- : cans
ROILED HAM per pound . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .:35c; 'Astor House Coffee pound __________30c Sweet Wrinkled Peas 3 for _________25c
2 LISS. TRIPE for . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . doing much more than their bit so per cans
. . .25c 'that the soldiers in the trenches Maxwell House Coffee per pound ________30c Lima Beans, 3 cans for ________________ 25c
HOME MADE SAUSAGE IN LINKS per pound . . . . . .13c'win the war. may Votan Coffee, per pound ________________30c Refuge Beans, per can __________________lOc
2 LBS COD-FISH for. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25c "They are all thoroughly awake to 'I, Bliss Coffee per pound _--__--_________ .25c Pumpkin per can _____________________lOc
SAUER-KRAUT bulk per pound . . . . . . . . . . . . .5c the fact that this is an engineers'war Bulk Coffee, 7 pounds for ______________$1.00 White Rose Okra and Tomatoes __________lOc
Fresh shipment of Mixed Pickles Sweet and Sour Sweet : and. knowing it is the last ounce I Royal Baking Powder per pound _________42c Baked Beans, 15 cent cans for ___________lOc
Mixed and Dill Pickles and Olives in bulk. and the last lap as the king said that Calumet Baking Powder, per pound _______18c Mallo Icing, per can ___________________20e
CREAMERY BUTTER per pound . . . . . . . 33c; and 40c I will winfi they are turning out the Davis Baking Powder, per pound ________15e Brooms, worth 85: cents for ____________h 70c
FRESH COUNTRY EGGS per dozen . . . . . . . . . -luc !I greatest amount of the best work in ':Florida Syrup, 20c. size for ______________lOc Brooms worth 75 cents for ___________u GOc
SHIPPED EGGS. 3 dozen for. . . . . . . . . . . . . .$1.00 I the world. Alligator \Iollas'es! 3 cans for ___________25c Brooms worth 65: cents for ______________50c
OLEOMARGARINE, per pound . . . . . . . . . . . . 23c I "Ships'' guns, armor shells, rifles I Washing! Powders 7 for ________________25c: Borax, Two 10 cent packages for ,------,-15c
A visit will and bullets are pouring out of the Sapolia, :3 cakes for ____________________25c Sunshine Cakes, 3 lOc packages for ______25c
to our store make you a factories in an unending stream destined I Domino Sugar 25c. package for _______--20c Sunshine Cakes Six 5c. packages for _____25c
regular customer. to increase steadily month Bon Ami :3 cakes for __________________-23c: Olive Oil, per quart _____________________80c
every ____________ _________
until Germany finds herself over- I Sardines three 15c. cans for 25c Olive Oil 50 cent bottle for ____ 33c
whelmed with her special
own wea
Phone 638 The glory of the and !
pons. Krupps
its forty years of organization will jro ;| Granulated Sugar, Brown Sugar 15 Ibs. $1.00
down before the efforts of this so- ;

called amateur unhusinesslike nation. !1 ALL GOODS DELIVERED PROMPTLY
"Just as America in her great war
I improvised huge armies and discovered -
WE HAVE TODAYFlorida fighting' generals that astonishedthe
world by their persistence, valor
and efficiency on both sides so I believe
laborer employer and government -
and Western Beef Western Mutton and Lamb Pork. here, working together in har- S
Veal Link and Pork Sausage Corn Beef Chickens and Turkeys, monv. will astonish the world even
Oysters and Fresh Eggs. the German world, which lives in the
belief that its machinery will always OUR GROCERY CO
Celery, Onions Carrots Cranberries Lettuce, Turnips Cabbage l I'e omnipotent and will produce a victorious
Sour and Dill Pickles Pineapples. and lasting peace."


TilE PRICES ARE RIGHT CHEAT INCREASE IN ASSESSMENT -
AT ST. AUGUSTINESt. I

Leave Your Orders for Xmas Turkeys I Augustine! Fla.-Under the 6 AND 8 EAST PINE STREET

commission form of government,
which has been'in existence! but live
months, the assessed value of the
THE SANITARY MEAT MARKET realty In St. Augustine has advanced Specials for SaturI Do You Know
I from two million dollars to over nine
million .lolla ts. This gain is not due day and Monday I '
i It, c, HAUT Proprietor td nn actual Increase tn values but trt
the hew eystehit which has dispirited tt""t 1'rtteht I ttotlr, 21 t lbs tot 90* : clx's s KLEEN' MARKET
:,1.1! wKsf' ; emmen l FHltIr I'llONII j ii\::\ the hid. t'rtiipHjr| hOW I Is tis! e*!eil l hi !3 tntu fork nod llehhs fttr __ _J&Jert I
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full crttls Srtftllhes fur j S9tfMtttl
Its! VtllUei ttlilli Iii
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p'HUriM's. l"Hr tJr
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CARL JANSEN'S BAKERYII ItjF: Hn'' cbrHiHtf HHF It Will til!<(> Ltil !9 j ftt-kHfees I'bfH Strtfrlt (for! !nr'IIIHpUFAI4It ,
1 1 I. IHlll; ''I lha! IHW leVjr HHti l lliM lHrVHltiN : ;, | (I: nUtl. .UtMVrt .!""fl i | For today wo( have! H full line! of
Ft t 6f fMl( (HhlH! |(FP'Htl! ff h, I IAHHfitlA@ i l III t?
Mill I III OIIANim AVHNUHllWllJ \ I'HONH 6 : Hh/l
\ tA mUfh)) Ihtvl\' \lit 1Ifll.\ 'IliHnnt N t: rl$ / I'Ilhthtn''' U'Itnhpti' IN I I ijH@
I'lIritv' ' IllilllC' HllthT f frr = illilltlr {:IIIHtiI"II\\ 1 (rIHlJfllnt{ ), In PHtF\ will |t11fIIAFtJ\ ( t Hum 4 In I riHHft' IHHHR: $nMpfF (flnHltftl I'HI, I Western Y f.) t d I f Florida I I Meals t
tlltt'o h=lIInllllw rr 1111{ I., t riwun I'HlNi' ()OpnHIIN? \ \ ''1tIl$ flh'h' @ 1$1111.,$ i fHrIHtF t'ydFs, in ItHlllti m*:. ;unt >HA >- p HIHHI s- uuu -sac S e r n a IK n 0 r a e a S
Inn" 'I'ithp' MiWiH1ll1n- filliv iII\11 1 Trtll I'iuI t i41wm: f Fan -l LOPH ,
nil ,
InK r., 1If! On1l. i ((1nlfp much, +*i A nMwNr Pf, fhfmif ea* in *nt tI t- per
Pnhld' nuiim' llnmnrm\\ \ IIl1nw liH\lIt Rolls TaiI4 t'itPH fur ----:2hati /
$ ,
\ \ I"rplwh, Owww nw\\ nal I FH14e$ hi\vP\ fAHAwt thlt PltW srteq "i' r--
prpi1nl HrpHI; and fill)| property UTh treated! alika ., r hlr es W-hint, : "Powder (Ar--2&j! Fish and Produce'
fUr auditor clerk l prepented the 600,1 Gatfee, per pound, --J8c. to 4Qp Ousters S e S, Eggs S, Poultry Y
Our Shop Always Open For Inspection, tax rolls At the' meeting! of the city 3 pan 014 Hutch Cleanser for25c
3 cans Tomatoes for 25c
commissioners on Tuesday Afternoon, ---
And the total Assessed valuation of Honest Weights and MeasuresCash The prices are reasonable, Call and get

real estate is shown to be 9318195. acquainted, or
The Assessed personal property is
Advertise in the Sentinel valued at two million dollars.
Grocery Co. PHONE NO. 333

Advetrtise in the Sentinel. Telephone 648 7 E. Church St.
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A full line of whatever you want in Meats. We have them all. Turkeys, Chickens, Oysters.A .




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ALL THROUGH THE "BIG STORE" IT IS EVIDENT


THAT CHRISTMAS IS COMING


Great 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

"THE BIG STORE" PRICES ARE THE LOWEST

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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 $2.00 and
$1.25 $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
The New French Kid Gloves in Black, with heavy White and Moroco, all with fitted coin purse, mirror, some with
stitching,also White with Black,the very latest powder box and perfume bottle,Special value

$1.75Misses $2.50 and $3.00Beautiful $1.25 to $7.50 .


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

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



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


I Hose39cMen's Soap-3 for 25c-Soap ISC-LADIES'{ MUSLIN DRAWERS-ISO{ J I
Palm Olive Soap,everybody knows this brand,Special for
Saturday Night 25 dozen Ladles Good Muslin Drawers, hemstitched and
Fancy Hoe in Beautiful Pattern Dots Clocked and
stripe,silk and lisle,50c quality,Saturday Night 3 cakes for 25c tucked,made full,25c quality,Saturday Night


39 cents pair$1.38Blankets$1.38 5 5G- SALE SATURSDAY NIGHT-I0! Two Pair to a Customer 15 centsLimit


DON'T MISS THIS ONE! ,

200 pieces good Prints,all new and fresh,Grays, indigoesand 89cBlankets89cBlankets
Light Colors
Wool Nap Blankets,good weight, full size.in White,Gray in White, Gray and Tan, good weight, worth
and Tan,$2.00 quality,Saturday Night regular$1.29,Special Saturday Night .
\ ( c yard.
$1.38 pair 89c pair
Limit 10 Yards to a Customer
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Winter Park News new wholesale BUSINESSThe grocery house, ROBINSON & BEARDALLATTORNEYATLAW I "Mere Man"-.

located in the Davis & McNeill build i i A
No. 4 West Pine Sreet
ing on South Orange avenue, and con Give Him Something Useful !
ducted by M. A. McDowell, is nov
open for business. Phone 161

This establishment is conducted It is easy to please a man. All he wants is something
Daily Budget Of Items ConcerningThe along lines different from the average -
house of a similar nature in tha DAVIS & GILESATTORNEYSAT.LAW useful. The selection of suitable gifts for men is apt

Town And Rollins College goods are sold to both the dealer and to be a puzzling problem for the ladies.If .
consumer at strictly wholesale prices
For instance, any one wishing to pur he is a smoker-CIGARS are always in or>ller.

KOLLIXS-SOUTHERX GAME AT ,' SANDSPUR RECEIVES SECOND chase canned fruits, vegetables, Phone 72 PIPES, CIGAR CASES, and other items of smoker's sup-
TAMPA TODAY CLASS .RATINGThe breakfast food, or groceries or table
.
Rooms 5, 6, 7, 8- plies are also acceptable.
Today the football eleven of Southern editors of the Rollins Sandspui delicacies of any kind can buy same Davis & McNeill Bloc).
College, of Sutherland, and Rol have received notification througl !at this store at wholesale prices by; SAFETY RAZORS make excellent gifts. SHAVING

lins College, at Winter Park, play at Postmaster Denning, that their appli purchasing same in the original case
SUPPLIES HAIR
BRUSHES CLOTHES
BRUSHES
Tampa. Sutherland will have the cation for the admission of their pub package, or even in dozen lots. ,

shade of advantage because of the lication to the mails as second class: The stock carried comprises abou TRAVELING SETS, CAMERAS, ETC., come in the list
Victor Starbuck
fact of her having had a strong tear matter has received favorable actior everything coming within the stapli of practical gift goods for men.

last year which developed some very; from the postal authorities at Wash and fancy grocery line, also hay,
good players. Rollins, although handicapped ington. This rating was greatly desired grain, feedstuffs and produce. AtTORNEY-At-lAW Don't worry about the men. Come in and see our

by the lack of experience, i b by the Sandspur publishers and Special attention is called to the Phone 161 stock. It will suggest just what they need.
working hard and will undoubted; they are consequently elated. The display advertisement of this firm,

make the Southern boys work hard i it college paper has received number which appears on another page of to No. 6 W. Floe St, Orland, Hi "SHOP EARLY"LUCERNE
they want to win. of most complimentary press notice day's paper.
Among the Rollins varsity men from all over the state since its first When interviewed by a reportei

wfio are in Tampa with the team today issue, and U proving a live factor In for the Sentinel, Mr. McDowell state

are lAw I., Martin, Lake, Lutz, the college life.MHMOIUAL that he expected to do business strictly .

C. O. Tiltlcn, Funk, Hutchinnon, on a cash bails and offer good tot R. RAY WHITE
Fletcher, "Ileh" Greene, Hotfonliaugh, : ) HKimrKH: : FOR LATE;: sale a* cheaply as can l 1'0 sold ty an)'

Huntsman, J Daney, Ilrannon, and MlKflle. HOOKER: T. WASHINGTON; legitimate concern in the country,and ATTOIINEY-AT LAW E PHARMACY

Coach l K.: S. Palmer and DearA. that ho would feature 'both qualityand
I 1) Hnyart: accompanied the team Memorial services for the late! quantity and guarantee every Room 44

The game will be played on Plant Hooker T. Washington will b<* held article and commodity to be just ni Watklns Block Orlando, Fla. PHONE 2. WE GIVE TRADING CHECKS
FldJ! and will start at ;3:30: o'clock. at the Robert Hunperford Normal represented to the customer. Mr. J.
I F. M. Harrell is associated with him When in KIssimmee lt the Palace Drug Store.
and Industrial School, Sunday, De-
IHt. AND MUM. 1IOTAUII HKTtJKNDr. In the operation of the business.SWAIDMARKS '

and MM. Roland F. Hotard,. cember 12, at 3 p. m. The principal Worthington Blackman'ATTORNEYAT.LAW . . . . . . . . . MtMMMMMMMMMMMIMIMMMMMMMMIMMMMMIM
who were married in JacklonvilleWednellday speakers will be Rev. Brewer, of Sanford AT WINTER GAR. r

evening, returned to Or- and Prof. P. W. Spears, of Or DEN UNDER BOND ' IIMMMI

lando yesterday afternoon on the lando. As the faculty is composed: ofa Phone 617
and droveto The Swaidmarks, who own the Gar.
Tampa Special immediately
number of Tuskegee graduates re-
the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. L marks will also be made by them: den City garage, were placed under Rooms 13 and 14 Yowell-Duck New Overland I at $800Oversize

NuckoMs, on America street, parentsof Mrs. M. C. Calhoun B. L. Perry, $500 bonds to appear at the court in
Mrs. Hotard. Their automobile,,, January. It seems that Frank worth Building.
and S. L. Thorpe. The minis- Tires i Shock Absorbers arid Extra Tire
which was in waiting for them at the ters of Orlando, Winter Park and Pounds had a car in the Garden City

Coast Line depot, had been appropri- Eatonville have been asked to take a garage, on which there was quite an

ately decorated by several of their part in the exercises. The musical amount due, for repairs. Saturday Phone 72 Buick 40 at $400New

friends with the very latest regaliafor part of the program will be of a high night the car disappeared from this

newlyweds. As the happy couple order. Mrs. E. J. Colyer, of Orlando, place' was taken to Ocoee and before Paul V. HutchinsAttorney
alighted from the train they were will render a solo. The public: is cordially morning it was back in the garage at Tires and New Paint

showered with rice and warmly wel invited to be present. this place. II. Pounds, who runs the and Counsellor at Law
comed. They are at home at the The following announcement and Dcoee garage, swore out the warrant
Seminole Cottage. distributed for the Swaidmarks who, he claims,
is being :
.program
The Farmers ConferenceAt took the car, breaking the locks of Davis & McNeil Bids Winter Park Auto Co. ii

T. M. IIE Ktl.: BUSY the Robert Hungcrford Normal his garage to secure the same. The ORLANDO FLA.

Thursday was a busy day for T. M. and Industrial School, Wednesday (asc will be threshed out in the Jan. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
Henkel, town councilman owner of December 15, 1915. Exercises: beginat uary term of court At the time the

the Standard Garage (now under construction 10 o'clock a. m. ran dianpenred from the Ocoee par- -..
Dr. F.
), and buoy man generally, I The Farmers' Conference has
An n result of his day's activity, F, much to benefit the farmers and people Winter Garden Times.
W. Shepherd Is now driving a Studebaker : of this and other communities. DentistFormerly
"fdur," II. A. Ward and family ," The coming together of the farmers, ORLANDO) ) EDITORS: ) WERE: BUSY

have a handsome Maxwell ear, whileII. 1 teachers, leading citizens, ,ministers I Gainesville, Fla--The report of the of New York ANNOUNCE1VEENTIThis I
I I.. Delta' Is the proud possessor of( : educators, and business men of both .
Editor
highway beautification made by 115 SOUTH ORANGE
a llulck roadster. The latter purthruuT I faces, discussing subjects of vital Importance .
W. M. Glenn of the Orlando Heninet
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not being content to let' well will be of the greatest benefit . Over Curtis & O'Neal's : that
well received and its is
to
was suggestion announce we are re-
enough atone, purchased a pair of! to us all and our communities.We .
that the be asked to
i
governor
mules from the Kara re man.Of want to unite In our effort'" fora initial stock
I greater' agricultural awakening in !ct apart a day for highway teautlfl'atlon ceiving our shipmentsevery
U aim urged
I'ItMEIIAts' t.ltTt.ti (OHH." tucking fruit growing; and! hag tats I adopted. Was!
i hat the report published\ ihd that day
At tiM:! Center. ***} atterhooH, the InJtI 11 Us lay our plans how fol the 'ilk orgflhUatiotia tie' requested+ tt) .
funeral ertirl t for little IrVlhrt )isting at which tlhie let Us dig f from
,
I frtttk bUt itt ten ffllftl'I1ltttith! fitf
Walsh the ten. feet t U tUttftMcF tof 'the suit' her 'hidden ItritiUtes it lilt ",seAutifyillg the! rtiriik! New and clean Hardware Household

J. I L WnUti wet M.I at t the tMl! : I Ihake ittir flll1l1hU hit 1t!! tIt I gaIhellpnt /\ the! rP tltltinit jifpaghM |by, J. H ,
ilfhrf. Ill.. ifAth, hf the t little Nltl tlf h.tii.lrt. Ofldrtdfl QM, L. H, HAM lOlL" I
,
j I leave, tit f the itepoiterlitrF|<
t1"Ft"I .hl the Mfhwmn hn.pitl' ilhlftn.tl \ 'Jet Mil the eke,> iitu>s acne with 'the. the commit PTMiTfllSTOHUNIM
tllowing transmutation = '
{) } 'nHtFtuttt hlahb tMII.it\1f a tf..t. ispspla, If \-i-ian most. lip I It att@: ttl@ tit employ\ 'mmii,1,) ansi' .tin what! ) ), . FLgRIDAf Supplies, Spoiling S Goods, Etc..

grist iIInt"'.: I: I mlwetifmm FIT GbAfttEll GRIND I.BNiW
nttsll.W :}tae \ti, neeessflfy! to eeeure\ ft ,
Th. If I rwvp st l family has 'the I fynl: a pan an4 must nnpeeetj! !by working the rates in paving material into AND DO ALL RINDS OF
pithy 1 of a wide circa fir frillnlt- in I t together far the good fir OWF cam 'his state was endorsed!, t1/Tif'11 NPP11RiMF1 We earnestly: solicit your patronage,
their i great loa- won cause,

We can plan, plant the same crops IF, H, NEEDS GREATER PROTECTION For which we guarantee
1ILNEFITNIflIIT AT LYRIC at the same time, harvest, sell to an

|Fast night Manager Favor of the agent, or make up several cars and I I - SURVEYINGPlating Price Quality and Service
Lyric theatre donated a percentage of hip together, get the money and live Washington D, C.-Secretary of ,

the box: office receipts of his show to at home, sweet home. Var Garrison made public today in and SubDividingPROMPT

the W. C. T. U, treasury. The four We will entertain you. Come one, I onnection with his annual report the

reel film, "Courtmartialed," was come all, to the Hungerford Confer pecial national defense report pre- AND ACCURATE CARTER-n 1ANHYHnW. CO.

thrown upon the screen and pleasedthe I ence. >ared at his request by the war col. WORK
large<< audience. Quite a neat sum Program ,egt division of the general staff. It

was realized: by the ladies, and they rVNeal.Orators Orlando of the: Chas.Day-lion.H. Baker.W. U.R. shows that the army itself considers HAL A. IRISHCivil "Just Off the High Rent District"Phone .
Favor for I I I hat military policy to secure -
feel grateful to Manager S. farm demonstrator Orlando. as a proper Engineer
his generosity in aiding their organ- Home Building, Mr. P. B. Boston, continental United States from No. 200 Pine & Court St.
ization. Dviedo. attack, it is necessary to have a mobile -
Home Production, Mr. Z. Turk, of 47 Watkins Rldg. Orlando, Fla
army 1,500,000 fully or partially -

ICK" CARTER LEAVES Apopka.Hog Raising Mr. S. M. Moseley, trained men. ,

"Nick" Carter, pitch-r for the I Eatonville.
Poultry Raising, Mr. Dereburne, GERMANS QUIT BREEDING CANARIES Meat Market Inc.FULLY
Cleveland' Americans, who has been I Lake Como. BECAUSE OF WAR F. A. PEPPERCORNBUILDER Yancey .
spending the past few days in Winter The Minister's Relation to the
Park, as the guest of his friend Ray Farm, Rev. Ur. Hadley, Apoka. and CONTRACTOR PAID UP
of Berlin. The business of the
canary
The Agricultural Opportunity
Trovillion, has returned to his homeat the Negro Boy in Florida, Mr. B. I. breeders of the Harz Mountains has Phone 37 T. A. YANCEY Jr., Pres and Mgr.
Valdosta, Georgia. It is probablethat director of the agricultural de
Perry, been almost utterly destroyed by the ORLANDO FLORIDA
Mr. Carter may return to Winter partment.Home .
Park for a visit while the Five Coun- I Canning, Mrs. R. C. Cal- war. Tens of thousands of canarieswere Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice
to America
School.
houn Hungerford exported yearly
ty Fair is in progress next February. Why Every Negro Should Be Educated France, England and Russia. The L. Percival Hutton Florida and Western MeatsOysters
Rev. Ur. Perian, A. M.: E.
and the domestic
war has stopped this -
WINTER PARK NOTES Church The Possibility Orlando. of thee o Farmer. trade is almost at a standstill. 37 Liberty St., New York, N.)' Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Game Etc.

Mr. J. H. Hamilton Setfner Fla. all the breeders have
Among the winter residents who Practically Special Attention to Hotel) and Out of Town Order
The Negro as a Stock Raiser, Rev. abandoned the business. ARCHITECT
have just returned are Mr. and Mrs. i Mouzon. Hawthorne Fla. Business' 135 P. 0. BOX aa6
Fernbaujrb. of Homer New York. I Co-operation Between Denomina McNeill-Davis Building, Orlando PHONES { Residence 133 Cor. Orange Av.. and Church St.
who will spend the season here as tions. Rev. Dr. II. K. Hill. First Baptist CITY COUNCIL MEETING WAS
Church, Orlando.Graduates' Florida.
UNINTERESTING YESTERDAY -
usual this year. I Hungerford
Loyalty to I I
Mr. George W. Curtis class '14, Ti.tusville Member F. A. A. -- --
Mr. and Mrs. Frank II. Callaway, 1 Kia. I IIIIIII..I.IIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.II..I. .
of Baltimore, who have wintered here I How to Grow Celery, :Mr. Herman The city council held a most trying
:Meade, Sanford Fla. and uninteresting session yesterday, '
for almost a score of years, arrivedin I What the Farmer Can Do for Sick routine business being considered and S.S.JonesChiropractor Removal
town last night and will spend the Stock. Dr. Calvin Hill, :Maitland.A CORNS
Farmers, bills passed upon. Claude F. John-
season here. Physician's Advice to <<
Dr. J. B. Callahan. Orlando. son, of Tampa, representing the Tam- Painless.
Citrus Fruit Culture, Hon. S. B. pa Tribune year book, appeared be- .
Mr. and Mrs Dickson, well known Hill. Maitland.The .
fore the council relative to advertis-
winter residents of Winter Park, arrived Injurious Effect of Patent Medicine .
yesterday from Chica o.IIlTIUEUS' Dr. J. H. Thompson Orlando. ing. He was referred to the public- Soft Corns, Calloiise, Bunions reduced, Broken Arch !
The Negro as a Business Man, Mr. ity committee. Graduate of Davenport, la., Col.
II. I.. Duhart. Sanford. _______ _u ___ treated at my office in the Christ Building, No. 1 East i
SUPPLIES: Word of Good Cheer, Brother lege.

Campbell Forrest City, Fla. Room No. 3, Schultt Bid*. Specialist on Nervous and Central Avenue.( !
Remarked builder: Your way ol O come, all of y'ou, and let us work I
furnishing n complete bill is the only together. He who stays away will Chronic Diseases. I
Dr. C. W. Fain
way. !Lumber sash doors brick,, I cast a shadow of darkness upon our ( Grad. Chirop
shingle, hardware, lime, paints, etc.all ., : effort, but he who comes will cast a Anna aeser, ,
from one place, saving the cant I ray of I light, making It possible for DENTIST
Floor Y. D. Building
discount and getting guaranteed de.. the blind to see and the lame to walk.E. Office flours B to 12, 2 to 5. 4th ,
llvpry. Estimates: furnished free. Cool, :. A. ("hlsholm! principal.B. WINTER PARK FLA. Phone 209 .6IO ,IH .-. ...t. .tfttII..Hi.,4....
P.
I 6 Co., Christ llulldlng.-12-10-Ct. Perry, agriculturist 1


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The young people's branch of the =- =O L JI
W. C. T. U. held a box social Friday F en

I I. @rluttbn ntttty evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. 4Get It At Allens"El
Geo. L. II ux table. Rev. Chas. Mitchell -
of Orlando assisted with the pro
gram by singing several lively temperance
L.\\: OS.1\IARSUALL MARRIAGEIN BAPTIST VESPER SERVICE TOMORROW -


Miss: Sarah Marshall OVIEDO was weddedto The regular monthly vesper serviceat I' Mrs. W.songs.P. Watson- was hostess fora F For r L Lathes i .

Mr. Robert W. Lawton at the First the Baptist church tomorrow pretty party Thursday evening.The .
Baptist church in Oviedo at 9 o'clock promises to be of unusual interes.1- entertainment Was informal the
Wednesday morning Rev. William A complete program will appear :In men gathering in one room for a
Stones pastor of the church officiat tomorrow's Sentinel. W. S. Branch "smoker" and the women in anotherto
ing. organist, will be assisted by his sister play bridge and five hundred.
The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Miss Roberta Branch and also by -oIn El
Oliver A. Marshall of that city, and Mrs.\ Murphy, Mrs. Atdredge and Mr.Drennan. filling out your dates for next White
the groom is the son of Mrs. R. W. The public is cordially invited week remember that the Mendelssohn Ivory Watch Bracelets
Lawton, also of Oviedo. Both are to enjoy the service with the Club gives its first concert of
welt known and very popular amonga members of the congregation. the season at the Methodist church
large circle of friends. They left -0- Thursday night December Id 1, pre* Convertible into a regular watch or can be worn on

immediately after the ceremony in f'UrllrtNrtt.s' OF. INTEREST Benting Gaul's\ "Holy City- GooDs neck chain j twenty and twentyhve year! and solid golden

Mr. W J. Lawton tar for Bahford, 'the Rosalind members and their El e8.
whence they Mpect to go by rail tdHt. friend brought their Christmas! n@edlework lII tuUICUtUtHLU'Us HOU) CHRISTMAS GOODS) AHE ltKltt: I
Augustine! and Jacksonville!! for a to the club rooms Thursday!! =-=-
wP "'" heneymeen, after which they nftertieen f"<,.hiehing dainty gift. New Yofk,=W. V King paid |110 ALLEN & CO. JEWELERS.
will Le at home at the residence! of I. and Thomas Hell 1107,60 for two autograph = ,
A delightful feature ef the enter
Cumb and IJruh.
the growm'a mother, Mrs H. W, taw' (talnment were the two unle by Mm, I letters uf Washington ye!ter* Including 11 .OCl. dJIIUf.I'UINU
ton, en (Oak avenue, Mr J, II, I.s' ', James II, Magruder Jr., who Pang day in the Amiefeen Galleries. An $*, Trays, Mirror, I perfume = =i = =
flf l Hanford, wm I best man, and Misq I very sweetly CHadwIek's "Nemanee"anil eight page letter l II' Kwinhurne in at"pr@riatloii
Male,| Marshall was maid of honor II MflfDowell'd, "My tibia Hell," f Walter Ravage Idlfldar Untiles, Mnnlcure
The marches |b MM, T was bought by 3, F. Drake for 83,60; ,
played
were iy Hhe was appompanled on the piano by Pets etc,
W Iawton at the organ, and Mr J, Mill itoi+erta It llranrh decree D Smith paM' '55 for ; ( Hill)
C. Lawton) the elide trombone, I "Notes on Christianity; an Buto CIIIIISTMAH' NOW!
on I The hostesses, Miss ftlltabeth I'or- Mnke selections) [early n,
--n- ter, Mrs J. N. Men:troy, Mrs A. t t4- graph| manuscript by John Ruskln, A little tourh of paint here and there
'Mr. and Mrs, Wllber t U Tilden are I Mallory Mrs Algernon laden( and, '"1.60 for a letter by Aleiamler and hate them !put aside t fi h nil| put the house let in share for the
fill
1'opei 1 1 02.fi! t) for an autograph tmr- holiday season. Us ynurttithts
expected td returtt trt OHahdd May Mrs. J. tt, tttese, served coffee, sahdwlehts rut 'tJU. lit the tmlnt line W"e handle
dos Vtrmoht soldier I.ln- )
fof by
A '
from their hoheyhioort which Included add! bllrei.Wwh unIt tutu poods and rah f tt1.ld VoU
Hjltij $OJ! for a folio edlllott bf tV .
with Our
eterjr !feituirrnirht. gtiaJflhtee -
the
It flip Itt (mlhts bf Interest hh -tl= a.
trarrii cdhtttlhlh Ihs! nulbj fl|>tl 61th.t ; ptwe with eterylhlh wK! Cell.
114: t t'uasl. hrts beeit ret-eittd frbhl Mf.
Joh bhi ITlfiO far tt tWtt\ I+ays!! - -- --
=6= MalbF-timiitt thai tin! family i Han+ -
letter hum tnbmnS! JtlftFoH trt) At-
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Christmas shopping, which |it was fearet) might be necessary CAREY HANDFUNERAL
There are many friends:! and loved ones that'yoi4 wish to remember need} pot be performed."Miss .
with appropriate gifts but perhaps you do not feel that you can Addams is getting along ex-
give expensive presents. And why pay so much! They appreciate the cellently," said Pr. Uerrick. "She DIRECTORAND
article as a remembrance from you more than anything else. Of has been suffering from a hemor-
course presents must be nice, but they need not be costly. EMBALMERAll
your rhage of the kidney. It may be several (Home of the Kodaks
Engraved Monogram Stationery and Visiting Cards make ideal weeks before she will be about
Christmas Gifts at a very small cost. actively but at present she is sittingup
Why not get steel engraved Greeting cards to send those of PHONE 20
: your in bed and interested in things
: more distant friends whom you wish to remember going on." calls answered Promptly Dayor
Send for our samples today which will be supplied free of charge.J. .
Night. Hand Block.
LOCKS CASHIER INT. GETS $1.500 |
P. STEVENS ENGRAVING CO.
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Manitou, Colo.-A lone bandit entered Orlando Florida.
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the Bank of :Manitou today I I
: locked J. E. Campbell the cashier in THE INCOME INVESTOR PHONE 639. RESIUENUPUONE: 457,

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Campbell who was alone when the desire improved property which -
robber entered escaped from the yields a regular net income. Our
service will help you. Cook & Co.,
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LIEUT. TAYLOR IN ORLANDO

Lieut. H. L. Taylor of the U. S. ' FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM aNEAL
THE[ LUCERNE[ [
regular army at the army post in the
state of Washington is in Orlandofor
a few days. lie was a former
class mate of Attorney LeRoy B.
Giles' at Florida State University at
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CURTIS & O'NEAL
Last chance to see those four
large crowd of interested persons
watched workmen drilling a hole in HoysTHE

r the northeast corner of the government :: t tXIt LAND COMEDY i Insurance Loans Real Estate
tot yesterday afternoon. Testing
the! lot soil for A report to Uncle FOUlt Rentals
gain Will continue! for fcottie! dajr!!.
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TODAY'S PROGRAM: IX A SUPREME PHOTOPLAY .

Broncho. "The Girl From the East-" .
A western drama, in two parts. "THE REGENERATION"lOc
Beauty. "The Honeymooners," featuring N. Orange Ave. Phone 400.I
Neva Gerber and Webster
Carapb
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Our preparations for Christmas have been extensive. They are 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 trainedin
their duties. Stocks have been arranged for easy and convenient selection. Everything has been done to facilitate the pleasant and leisurely choosing for your Christmas presents..
WE ARE HEADY FOR CHRISTMAS IN EVERY WAY!







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CttANDMUTIII'.U:
Though prolmbly bordering on the verge of
the "Span of Life" Grandmother's Interest. and
pleasures would be Intensified should she re SISTER
celve on Christmas. morning something dearto The girl of today is the woman of tomorrow
her heart, however simple or Inexpensive.' so just. as much consideration will have to be
We feel sure we have in our stock something shown her as is shown grown ups. She takes
that would bring that pleasure. May we suggest .... as much interest-and why shouldn't she-
something like the following: in things that become her-as her grown up'sso .
she should be studied just as much. OUR
Comfy Slippers ....__________$1.50 CHILDREN'S HANDKERCHIEFS ALL SILK CREPE DE CHINEWe pleasures are derived from her appreciation
Bath Robes _$2.75 to $8.60 Fine Cambric, Embroidered in Colors, 2 in like studying our customers wants and of the following:
Wool Kimonas ________$4.75 to $6.60
dainty Xmas boxes requirements and in response to numerous requests Hosiery -______________25c to $2.00
Special Xmas Price 15c boxFine we put on Sale again, for Saturday and Manicure Set ________$1.50 to $12.50
Parasol _$1.98 to 10.00
Monday only-Our Special purchase of All Silk -------------
Irish Linen' Initial Embroidered, 3 in Crepe de Chine. In every wanted shade and

dainty gift boxSpecial color, for street, evening and reception. wear.

Xmas price 25c boxFine A regular $1.25 fabric

Irish Linen, Embroidered Dutch Designs, For Sat. and Mon. 89 cents

3 and 4 colors, 3 in gift box

Special Xmas price SOc boxLadies' PARISIAN IVORY ARTICLESWe

I 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 sets, but in individual pieces, BROTHER
quisite designs such as Puff Boxes, Hair Receivers, Trays, When Brother emerges from the embryo
GRANDFATHER state-from knee breeches to he's
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 pants circumspec- beginning -
Orandad has not lost the art of appreciation Combs, Comb Trays, Mirrors, Card Cases, tion, takes more interest in the display of his
NOT 11 Y ANY MEANS, and his Christmas Linen, Colored embroidery and edge, fea Hat Pins Holders, Manicure Sets, Nail Files, attire, the cut of his clothes must be so and
morning's pleasure would he erhanced by a Buffers Shoe so, his Tie must be In correct tone and so
gift of one or more of the following! turing the new tatting edge Horns, Soap Boxes, Infants Sets, forth and so on. We'll help you out in

Felt Slippers_____ __.$1.25 to $1.60 Special Xmas price 25c each Prices range from 25c XMAS suggestions for him I

Lounging Robe ______$5.00 to $10.00 Walking Cat* .. _____$1.00 to $$.oo
Muffler &__________________- .$2.00MOTHER Pure Irish Linen, Hnnsomely hand embroidered to $1.25 Pull these Shoes: =__________.*0.00
Initialed and it large range of dainty Full breed I'umps --.--M..cBz$5.00

designs .. _
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Special price 25c, 3Sc, SOc :hit INCH HTHIi'Et: WAIST MILK

Every thread silk. the Ideal! fabric
pure And
Silk Handkerchiefs, In Japanese Milk and Crepede
color
effects for n'l4hlrt..
m regular $1,00
Chine, lleautiful range of color and quality
drlihrftlt:

t1'- Special Xmas prices 35c, Special price Saturday and


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

Broken lot of Handkerchiefs, a miscellaneous
collection AtJ price 36 INCH HLACK SILK TAFFETAJust

We have only: one. Jo we appreciate her as UNDERWEAH the kind of Dress Mother would like, Will play! an Important part int Life's History
we should? Do we realize fully the untold Swiss manufacture, pure vegetable Dye, Raven later on. She may rule the ROOST and she r
sacrifices she has no doube made, {ia making, Broken Lots-Remains of our Early Fall Black, will wear splendidly, exceptional valueat may not. She may become a SufTragttU and
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and will make for our benefit and imrpove- Selling, consisting of Union Suits, Vests, also again she may not. Time alone tan tell,
ment WE 1)0 NOT. We should atone for Corset Covers and a few Children's Garments $1.25Saturday but while she is what she is it is up to those
this in a small measure at Christmas by giv. who love her to give-as far as their means
ing her the best our pocket can afford. She Regular price __________.50, .75, $1.00, $1.25 and Monday $1.00 will permit-Those Heart Desires that she has
would appreciate something like this: Xmas Sale Price--------.25.8.5O.63 been asking Santa Claus to bring her on
hJrVemttt S' Were the following among
Wool Dress length ..$3.75 to 10.00 :
Hand nag .________$1.60 to $10.00 THE FAMOUS "WUNDERIIOSE"IOSIERY SALE OF DRESS GINGHAMS
Umbrella ____________$1.98 to $10.00 [ Hosiery -----..________..isc to 60c
The famous "Utility" and "Everlasting" makesIn Dresses __ ____.50c
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i ------ to $5.00
At Price Clearance-Ladies and childrens Hosein Checks: Stripes and Plain Colors ChAt Jaln --------____fj.oo to '1.60
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 cents /v

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MEN'S FURNISHINGS


FATHER fiS>

Good old Dad! He's got a lot to contend with, Men's Fancy Vests_____-______$3.00 to $5.00
and not the least is finding the means to Hand Drawn Linen Handkerchief, specially
bring up a family. No small chores! If It'. Men's Initial Handkerchiefs, pure linen UAIJY

paying' / out, it's Dade pocket that's squeezed. each _-____________________________25c adapted for Embroidery, each________SOc ALL cratic HAIL the "BOSS"THE KING of the! or to be more demo
lie s made many sacrifices for us-l.et's reverse house. Of course
the old order and consider HIM this HL wants everything/ he sees and then some.
time. Tain't the cost of the article that'll Initial Belts, all letters, each__________$1.50 We cannot supply "all" of his needs but pos-
tickle him-it's the spirit in whch it's given.he'll Christmas Sets, consisting of Tie, siWy those we mention here will meet "some"of
Bath and Robes____
Lounging $4.00
to $10.00 his demands.
I
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pleased with anything/ like these: Handkerchief and Sox1.00 to $3.00 I

Gloves _____________.$1.50 to $2.50 Dresses ________75c
to $4.50
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Auto Gloves _________2.00 to $3.50 Sacques __
Kid Slippers ________$1.50 to $1.75 ------ ?5C to $1.25 ,
Wool Vests ---___________SOc to 75c
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TIMELY SUGESTIONS FOR THE FESTIVE BOARD I A full line of Richelieu Pickles, Preserves, Jams and Spiced
We have all the condiments necessary for Fruits, Figs and Mince Meats.
New Nuts, both whole and shelled; New Popcorn.-

The kind of Cheese we carry, includes
Stuffed and whole Dates. 0
the Christmas Pudding, Pies and what not Limberger, Imported Roquefort, Neufchatel, Cream, Snap
Crystalized Cherries and Ginger. py, Welch Rarebit, Imperial, Pimento, etc., etc.







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APOPKA ITEMS hesitate before he invests and the party of friends from Altamonte !WIVES, MOTHERS, DAUGHTERS -

I business is injured to that extent. Springs were callers at Rossmore Inn I SWEETHEARTS
W. II. Thornton of New York
Apopka Fla. Dec. 9.-The Ladies' last Sunday.
Missionary Society of the Methodist I state, was the guest Thursday of Wil- Mr. and :Mrs. W. C. Carran and :Mr. I CHRISTMAS IS

church held their regular monthly lian Gage on Third street. and :Mrs. A. P. Fothergill, of Cleve- I! COMING\

meeting Tuesday afternoon and after land, Ohio, are registered at Ross-
ONE CAUSE OF ACCIDENTS
,
the regular routine of business the more Inn for a few weeks stay.
Buy the "Men" Box of
annual election of officers was taken Mr. Martin and Mr. Field of Orlando a I
(Gainesville Sun) II
and the elect- spent Wednesday in Winder-
up following were duly
automobile accidents I
The list of II
NEW
ed: Mrs. John J. Anderson, presi- I published day by day is a disgrace. mere enjoying the hunting. SOUTHCigars "Sturdy is the oak"
dent; Mrs. J. R. Womble vicepresident I
I with
Monday morning's newspaers, I
; Mrs. Ernest Leibing treasurer; Don't be afraid of killing yourself
|their record of Sunday maiming and and Roadsters and Touring Cars.
Miss Edith Reeves, corresponding : Fours, Sixes Eights-Speeders,
(slaughter sound like a dispatch from with overwork. It is beyond your
secretary; Mrs. F. S. Witherby. re- I bloody Belgium. power to do that on the sunny side I $795 to $1570, F. O. B. Factory.In .

cordir: .secretary; Mrs. B. F. Wilson These accidents occur from so many of 40. the Oakland :you get power with the added feeling that you
agenrtlissionary Voice. This societyis different causes that it is hard to say There are young men who do not : ?J5ta5 Cra2v rfw*galA ZCEI E HIK EH BO I drive the best looking car on the road. The Oakland Northway
very active in its work and has work but the world is not proud of
what particular practice among reck- Smoke That Will Put ThemIn Motor speeds up to 2,500 revolutions per minute but that is only
raised quite a liberal sum for mis- less drivers is the more threatening.Very them. It does not even know their half the story of the wonderful responsive power of the Oakland

sionary purposes.J. prominent among these causes names; it simply speaks of them as a Good Humor For 1916. Fours Sixes and Eights. The motor is the most powerful made.

Q. Cowee, of Burlington Kansas however is the very frequent at- "Old' So-and-So's boys. Nobody likes --- -- -- With its small bore long stroke and large valves speed of revolu-
arrived Wednesday afternoon to tempt made to pass another car while them. The great busy world does tions means a continuous flow of power. It means not only smooth

spend the winter again with his a third is coming in the opposite di- not know that they are there._ So going on the level road, but a hill climbing ability unsupassed.
nephew C. G. Cooper just east of rection. find out what you want to be, and do, IF BACK HURTS

town. Mr. Cowee has spent several Few country highways are wide and take off your coat and do it. The
winters in Apopka and when the busier! are the less harm you are OaklandFours
enough for three vehicles of any kind. you
bleak winds of the Sunflower State apt to get into the sweeter will be
Before trying to pass a machine or a BEGIN ON SALTSI
begin to blow he packs his trunk and sleep the brighter and happier
team a driver should be sure that no your
goes to the warmer climate of the one else is coming from the other your holidays and the better satisfied i I

Sunshine State where he ran live in way HO all to bring the three together. will all the world be with you.-Rob* and Sixes
comfort until the return of springtime Some of theeo speed lunatics enjoy crt J. Burdette. I I the Kidneys at one when Back

in the North. showing their ability to extricate achy or Bladder bothen-M tt are not only powerful, they are the most strikingly handsome
Mr, and Mrs. Brooke, of West VIrtflnla forma urlo Mid.
themselves from critical fltuatlon. the road.
niNtiUKMMIONAL) ( UNION A1KET8Dee. :&rt on
have arrived to upend a visit It delights them to>> make a letter S
with the family of their non, Oscar 1.-riylnu Wedge Line' dive Least Wind Resistance
U. llrnokM, on First street Thin U between two machine coming) in opposite tvashington, J 10.-The annual No nun or woman who eat melt rcou 2.-Low Center of Gravity; with Usual Hand Clearance
direction, which threaten to Urlf run make ft mistake by flunhina
l ftlt\vwtltlun of the CongressionalUnion / 3.-Great Strength with Light Wright
but
their flrnt visit to ApopU they of the kidney wowlonally, says A wells
nip them between the point a pair for Woman Suffrage today i .1. High Motor with Great; Power
are well |pleased l with the town. known Authority. Meat forma wrlo acid Speed
Horn, last Saturday to the wife of of /nflMor! If such driver could opened Its /tensions here Ml** Alice whleh clogs the kidney j tares BO they :5n Economy with Luxury
alone /suffer the world would ln cons sluggishly, filter or strain only jiart of
Meakln Moore, a fine bouncing boy. Cent to /see them In a hospital bed, I'uul, chairman of the executive com the waste and poisons from the blood, These are Oakland points of SUPERIORITY, all of which arty
Mother anti babe both UoMig; ,/ nicely. often to attend their funeral I mittee, who presided, told the dele. then you get iick. Nearly all rheumatism found in no other car,
Mr Henry and lIOn, of South Carolina gate that this winter' session ot. headaches, liver trouble nervous-
But unfortunately these scorcher> fleas constipation dizziness, sleeplessness, LET US SHOW YOU-TilE CAR IS WAITING
have been in town for the past I congress U to prove epochal by bring.
are very apt to be driving heavy and bladder disorders come from sluggish kid
the
the of United
few real estate ing to women
days looking over .
with a view of locating here. powerful cars which they enjoy States an equal right with men to nf'v.:1 he moment you feel a dull ache in the J. B. Magruder Jr.
what is
showing off to they a
Several of the members of the executive suppose ;I cast ballots for their representatives. :Ineya or your back hurts, or if theme ,
gaping and admiring public. The ia cloudy offensive, full of sedi
committee appointed to solicit common result' in the situation above j .'nt, irregular of passage or attended PHONE[ 34
for the Midwinter Fair met in Orlando described .is that one of the outsidecars "Fellow dropped into the office the v a sensation of scalding get about four ,

on Tuesday afternoon and securedthe is forced off the highway. If the ':other day and ordered the paper, and luncea of Jad Salts from any reliablepharmacy I
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for their exhib-
necessary space bank is steep and high, the machine i we were pleased. Said it was a good a glass of water before breakfast for a !
its and will continue actively at the turns turtle, and a merry holiday is paper, and we were glad. Said it was few days and your kidneys will)) then act ff '
work until everything is in readinessfor more than worth the money to any fine. This famous salts is made from I
turned to a day of tragedy.
the big fair to open for public in- I Of course ordinarily the three cars man of intelligence, and we were I I I the bined acid with of grapes lithia and and has lemon been juice used com for iHar TlIal' Our BllSilleS"

spection. I jail escape by the skin of their teeth. tickled. Said it was the mainstay of generations to flush clogged kidneys and
Citrus canker experts were in Those whose safety was endangeredhurl the town and we were supertickled. stimulate them to activity also to neutralize -
Apopka this week making a search the acids in urine it %
and then their Said it was the greatest booster and oo no longer
epithets go ways
for the much talked of citrus canker causes irritation, thus ending bladder dis XmasClear
the most reliable town builder and
I and forget all about it. A man'gnumher orders.
but failed to find signs of its i
any in this whole community
should be taken and the case developer dad Salts is inexpensive and can
presence here. It appears that this i reported to the proper authorities. and we yelled with joy. Paid for his not injure; makes a delightful effervescent

one subject has been given entirelytoo There is too little futile kicking about paper, and we slid gently to the floor I lithia-water drink which all regular ; -
much notoriety and free advertis- meat eaters should take now and Havana
in blissful unconsciousness. Nature CigarsMade
these things and too little action to then to keep the kidneys clean and the
ing adversely to the best interests of follow up speeders. had reached its limit.-Altoona Tri- blood pure, thereby' avoiding serious kidney ( in Bond)
our state and as a result has hurt the -0- bune. ooinnlie.it a

citrus business more perhaps than =NOTES FROM WINDERMEUE That would be sufficient guarantee, but in addition to j ;
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jyiy the disease itself. There never I
has been according to official reports, l that, this Cigar is made by
Windermere, Fla., Dec. 9.-Mrs.\ P. Whatever Else You Buy for
but a few counties in which thedis- !
C. Palmer, who has been at St. Luke'shospital BERRIMAN BROS.
ease has appeared and there it has f
in Orlando for ten days, returned -

been much practically loud noise stamped about out it.so Is whyso it I in home health.Wednesday much improved -I Christmas I In their Blue Ribbon Factory

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done to secure a federal position witha I
lucrative salary attached for some Miss Margaret Buckley who has I You must have Christmas CardsOur line this year is
one who might prefer that to grow- land spent, the returned summer to and Windermere fall in Cleve-last more varied and beautiful than ever before. | GOOD AND BAD CIGAR-STORE

ing citrus fruit? We want to see the
Tuesday and will occupy her cottage I The early shopper gets the cream of the stock. Whether ,

citrus industry fostered and encouraged settlers-I on Lake Butler. you buy or not it is a pleasure to have you see our magnificent !! 122 S. Orange Ave., next to T. Q. Evans
and we want to see
Mr. and Mrs. James Magruder, Jr., ,
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motored out from Orlando
groves and make good money but day and were guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. BRANCH !
with so much talk of the citrus canker ; ,

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I "City Beautiful" I 3y W. S. Brunch. The having voters a of desperate Nebraska time are tryinglo certainly Nursery Tree Is A First-Class Tree

E find a man who will allow his
10 miles of The Jacksonville chamber of come their ticket presidential -
There have been over name on as a
brick streets put down within the merce wishes a suitable emblem for candidate. Supreme Justice Unless Budded

city limits in the past year borderedon the use of the organization. Thereis Hughes. Mayor Thompson of Chicago
each side by concrete side walk, talk of a design showing a pictureof and even the aggressive Col. Roosevelt iM
t which will be completed this winter. i Andrew Jackson after whom thecity have all refused to allow the use T 'mowj R from Bearing

Beautiful homes demand beautiful << was named with a motto reading of their names in this way. Has it
sidewalks and streets and it takes "I Achieve." About 57 years never occurred to the Nebraskans to

all three to make a beautiful city. II after Andrew Jackson was born an- use the name of their own peerless I trees of a known
If a good sidewalk has not been other Jackson came into the world. statesman? Possibly they are afraid I -
put down in front of your place you lie also achieved and his memory that he will not refuse. ,
are not doing your part to make the might be honored by adding a stone -o- ;
city beautiful. wall to the design of the emblem. Anyone who has once been a small Quantity andY
and most of have been r
boy or girl us
-0If -- i
one or the other knows that it is no i
we were long headed we would
Call the fun to pile out of bed at four o'clockin ; of Pro-
have invested all of our spare changein Quality
ORLANDO CONCRETE fertilizer potash. A few months the morning six days in the week :
and off to work. But that is what
go
WORKSand ago it was selling at $45 per ton and ,
; ,
the faithful little Sentinel carrier
the other day it sold in New York at
get figures on all classes of con- $450 per ton. As the suply is about boys have to do. Christmas is ap- : duction.--O.W.
crete work. of approaching. Show your appreciation ,
exhausted and no prospect more
of their work and gladden their ; ,
495 401 Long St. until the war closes potash and ra- '
Phone Conner.
hearts by leavnig a Christmas
young
dium will soon be in the same class. :
package on the front porch for them ron I

The former --0--interrogation about I Christmas morning. r : Trees like these will work for you while you sleep. They can't be

Convinced"Yes Pear's soap has given way to another. : grown overnight; it takes time. Contract for YOUR supply NOW.
DAN BROWN HELD NOT GUILTYBY
one among the fashionable ladies of .
TilE JURY ; .
," said the specialist as he the North which runs as follows: r ..

stood cure you""What by the sick contractor "'I can "Good your neck afternoon?" This have for the you reason washed that Kissimmee Dec. 7.-A verdict of : Two years ago in their advertising and by actual demonstration THE OCKLA W AHA

will it cost;' asked the sick the ultra fashionable fur trimmingfor not guilty was returned in the case of : NURSERIES began to educate the public as to what really constituted a real, first-class

man"Ninety-five faintly. dollars. dresses and coats soils milady's Dan Brown charged with the murder ;' : nursery tree of citrus fruits. The public when shown in our test groves what could be ac-
of S. S. Johnson after deliberating
: "You "will have to shade your price"1 I neck within fifteen minutes after the three hours. The court room was : complished by planting trees as they are grown in our nurseries began to call for, yes, DEMAND -
: a little replied the contractor. garments are put on. nurseries that have not been in existence -
got a better bid from the undertaker." packed during the closing hours of trees that were properly propagated TODAY
The specialist stood pat on his price I --0-- the trial and though the jury did not ; five years are clamoring "PEDIGREED" for their strong suit in nursery proauc-

!; and We his are competitor specialists got in the our job.line of The Massachusetts highway commission receive the case until midnight many tion. What would YOU do in their place Mr. Planter? Why of course you would sell your
f work and sanitary conditions prevail.It has decided that no more remained until the wee hours of the SELLER and YOU ARE
trees and adopt the surest method. But you are a BUYER, not a ,
allowed
will pay you to stay on the safe I races or endurance runs shall be morning to hear the verdict. The
interested in the best result can get from your grove when you have spent your
side. on the fine hard surfaced roadsof fame of Tom Palmer who conducted ; very you
the state. This is a very sensible the defense and Landis who assisted time and money to bring it into bearing.
Orlando decision. The millions of dollars that in the prosecution attracted many to Then do not be mislead by claims intended for that purpose alone but buy your trees where

S the tax payers of the different statesare hear the closing arguments of counselfor you are absolutely safe. Get them from the OCKLAWAHA NURSERIES, the originatorsof

Steam LaundryFRENCH putting irto good roads are who for the state and defense. proper practices in propagation for the express purpose of producing the one thing
the benefit of the common people Judge Perkins who presided dur-
the taxes and use the roads : Florida needs in the market, first-class fruit and plenty of it.
DRY CLEANFttS I I pay properly I i ing the trial, kept the court in session -
LAUNDERERS and the roads are not built for until 3 o'clock in the morning : Our trees will cost you more, may be fifteen to thirty cents more, but Professor Shamel'swork

PHONE 88 the benefit of speed maniacs or rich I and after midnight the various court : in California has demonstrated that an increase of 60 per cent can be obtained our

automobile companies who wish tc attaches could be seen lounging; about Nay, over the ordinary method of propagation. What then is the fifteen to thirty cents in
exploit their machines by tearing up the court room catching a few min :
Write for it.
I I comparison? CATALOGUE FREE-
S. Helen Graves I the toads. utes sleep how and then on benches :
I - \ and cots. '
Bhatntiootntf, Manicuring?, Facial' Ma.page :
treatment under \ frank Kellogg: ,the famous fit. Paul It was one of the most Interesting!!
Scalp given
modem scientific principals, Mytreatmehts I tit'orney wo secured the conviction' ol, taws Ihttt has been bled In 0!ceoUtountyi :
nuve given entirely l cnlNfflclory \ I Ocklawaha Nurseries
re!ultft. An electrical body |It i the FUahclrthl Oil tottimny| Is being, -
ttittMrtUe! wll rrikvtr tohgestlriH and! i I ,t'tornlnenlly mentioned a!* tt tandldattftif WAN COUM.U OF At.LIt M
U ft wonderful! fure for neuralgia and.
IItlf.UUItvu"! ,tII} 11; MtrntnatM! every U. q. cenatof from Minnesota! 1'tlH !Ht'!, ",-the! general! wnfewum11 0. w. Conner. I'rouHtflor, THHitvtlnt Florida.a. .
tlftlt", In the Iwtty' BHJ 'brinim tmtk turtlU tlui lie will nut clm-i|' to the usual! |mHUt'nl 'I \ nf the! .ullle I !!! held Hhtil tit"I
guil ltl flHMilUnH/ : Jut! try( ittethtitU fur1 uldttlitltitf, tittles ttIiss" .Mf, Wdttg at till! KelternlJttlfre '
NIh\ its ! Florida
Oilundo
?*! fit' "*ltcftH nf (be bent" \ a. 'RICA -T Agenc
t i lie M>A U tHUd lie ft mn Np, 'Mlttllll Utlllt'f,1,, |*te.Mli, ,
,'i tit' II I..iy l.tHHH. 1\\1.\ \ \IIOUFM\ @r l 10 fUg\ KHtJi'i out'* llMHU. tHli.liw| |. Ihi I '[ _= ":=JI ,
Id H.. ml i f lit rt |II i, HI IIIMJIPF' \ WHY! In, I ItwiimI'l'oN't. II I'II\'flI'IIII'! III' {lied till i Mnntlnvn .A.nllnrl, Lisp the! +

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ORLANDO, FLORIDA WINTER PARK FLORIDA

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The NEAREST and best LOCATED lots In the city of Orlando for lend than $400 '

lid of these' lots were sold' during the last two neasatts! from $200 to $426 her! lot
This spec ttldirer l Is fully 5o per cent, less l than market value, and the purchaser gets the! benefit
of th@ reduction ,

anti ou want the credit of doing something. good for Christmas[ give your wife on@ of these/ lots
)give some portion of the} 60 per cent which you will save by buying on@ of th@ above lots to
some charitable cause,


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AS LONG AS THEY LAST

$125,00 EACH '

TERMS; $15 cash, |10 per month

The cheapest lots in Orange County today =

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Salesman "Satisfied client made mjr business a success.IfAUI.ANHI)14

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I For One Day RATES.---.. -2550c< SENTINEL WANT ADS ARE READ BY 10,000 PEOPLE Six Days RATESFor 75e
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For Three Days .__ For One Month $2.50



FOR RENT-Furnished flat for light
housekeeping; also large furnishedbed I
H R. BERRYA
rooms; 1 block from center of
town. 209 Palmetto street. 11-27-tfc

FOR RENT-Furnished apartment,
down stairs; also room and kitchenette -
complete for housekeeping; sep- complete line of Ford Acces-

REAL arate entrance baths, electric lights.
;
211 East Jackson street, near Meth- sories; a staff of expert mechanics FOR SALEA
odist church. 12-9-6t
to render satisfaction in all

FOR RENT-Large boarding house; Just
also rooms and board; rooms for lines of Automobile Repair

'ppp.HOTEL.SAM JUAN / The fortable.light Iroquois.housekeeping.Inquire 416 Everything Margaret 12-5-61 street.com- Real EstateTRACY i Work. Vulcanizing, Oils and fine lot 55 ft. by 130 ft. on

Gasoline and fair and square

SUITE of two or three nicely furnished & SOMEUV1LLF-Carpenters S. West St. $2300.
downstairs rooms, and cabinet makers. Screen prices.
fARM LANDS-GROVES a kitchen with pantry, and if desire doors fend windows, frames, sleeping
a sleeping porch. Near Eola park. porches t counters shelving showcases
O. V. Phillips, 403 East Pine street. refrigerators, alterations and I
12-10-31: additions. We keep B number of For Nine Years
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=--=----- =- -- --- F61TTiENT ;Ily the season month skilled workmen constantly uti hand

FOtt SALK -Ii housekeepingt upstairs Hat for light 18 East! Church street. : We have been in business at the! C.A.HOVEYAdvertise
- \ also other foe andgarage U-I4tt10-1
eleetfli lights and bath (inApply NOTARY PUBLIC, with @ J !
you 8ALK OH HKNT=Uy owner, ahew )f a I ip2 lalty of deeds, same location, Corner of South
with SIM hU\jil@\ l 960 East t:onei! rd eve
itiudefil bungalow, leases contrasts, etc. !Price very roessanabte I
large rooms, hull, bath, ami with every tIIO-tt Mrs, II, B), LeaKe, 4ft East : Main( and Church Streets,
t>ei venienee!@ to make a desirable! hum) line street, Phone 1711.IOImes 1
nite Ml l durable! Iwation near bake FOIL llKNT=Homsj! l large, airy up Phone 220
reaagnablej' h Yii@ stairs bed room, papered,
w11IrIeeeirniktwt latter part ef NQverober !nicely' furnished!, twin 'Iron bed" eon Orlando' Leading Repair Shop
venient toilet and bAth Also Hitch
*
have eU room pottage -
Also a
and A smaller bungalow' with I enette and Reasonable room. Nice. CLINT BASS and GarageEXCURSION
| fates Ad
to butt, purchaser,
price and terms dress "
Have| also several\ furnished rooms for "Landlord, care of the Sentinel.1 PRANK 111

re\ t. Address Kentucky Home,, BU 1.18-lmoc West Street in the Sentinel
Jefferson
Palmer street, Orlando, rhone b88!
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FOR RENT--Summer cottage; also
11.12.1mo. w suite of four rooms with 3 beds; Successor to
also 3 room flat for light housekeeping RATES
FOR SALE-Dwelling condition, six rooms, with, ; electric lights, bath, telephone, Hand Wood CompanyWood
practically new, nice monthup.
attractive
grounds. $12 per
lawn, bearing citrus fruit trees, roses,
Concord
10 W. avenue.
and shrubbery; near Lake Eola; very 11.28-lmc of All Kinds Account of Hammond & GoreFUNERAL
desirable location. $4,000, terms.
Address "Owner," Box 33, Orlando, PROMPT SERVICEREASONAltLK
FOR RENT-Large pleasant fur
j-'ja. 11-16-lraoc nished rooms, with private family, PRICE C ristrnas Holidays DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERSReal
close in. 302 North Orange avenue.
FOR SALE-One new 1916 touring l-20-3wksc
windshield and lamps.A -- -.-
"ar body, top Values Low Prices
bargain. Act quick. Ford Garage, FOR RENT-Within two blocks of Via
20J South Orange avenue. ll-U-tfc Florida Sanitarium, 5 connectingrooms :
nicely furnished with ground Your Mother Atlantic Coast LineStandard COMPARE
month.
AT HAUGAIN for garden, price $25.00 per
FOR SALE Address :Mrs. II. T. Moore, Formosa,
completely furnished, l-'orl"u.-12- OUR FURNITUREWe
Or will rent !
new, modern and Attractive hum, mny have been a good pie Railroad of the South
i,rutty lawn and shrubbery, near l.ikutula FOR NT-Sulte of room, completely .
; two stories, five rooms, bath, furnished for housekeeping, maker. She probably was. Most provide the quality of furniture that has lone been accepted -

acteeued sleeping porch, and summer In choice part of city. Gas, electrcitv: by knowing! furniture buycn 01 the standard of merit. If

dining room. Address Owner, Box heat. hot water, U small *porch. Tilt mothers are. Hut if she mnde an article ii here it !I. (good. It wouldn't I be here were it otherwise.We .

397, or cull at 312 Uroadway.lo.jw.lf][: Magnolia AVl.'nuc.-.12-7-G Tickets mild December l7-IS-:,'1- can't make this point too clear-It I. one of the foundation
equal to those! we are acrv-
pier
-- FOR RENT: Furnished, pleasant tones of this business, and that means much to any buyer
21 1 and 2.; limited to reach orhc-
suite of ,
light housekeeping rooms
FOR SALK J, OU TRADE for good ins at the Model he was More .
first floor bath in connection electric
automobile, 10 acre tract, 7 acres on ;
Inal starting, point by midnightof
cleared and under fence, fruit trees, 5 lights and telephone; garage: if Than Good.

room house, irrigating plant, barn and desired Main street; private family. 312 12- North.lmoc January 10th. McNEILL & DAVIS BLOCK

garage, 6 miles from city on brickload. - - -- --- Our pies are a dream-not a

Address "Trade," care 11-18-lmoc of the FOR RENT-Large two story fur- Corner Orange Ave. and Church Street, Orlando, Florida
Sentinel. Orlando, Fla. nished dwelling, modern conven- nightmare-just a pleasant -

iences, two sleeping porches, two
FOR SALE-A good five room house, blocks from postoffice, corner Jacksonand dream. 5c per cut. For Information Call on

in fine condition, in good location; West streets. Jas. A. Knox. W. D. WHITE, D. T. A. ,
lots bargain Our 25c regular meals and -
hot and cold water; three ; a 11-24-tf I
for quick buyer. Call at the W. R.O'NEALC.P.&T.A.
11-20-tIC FOR RENT-Furnished room, for a 15c specials make it possible to
Summerlin.
moderate price. 603 East Central Orlando Try a Want Ad in the Sentinel

FOR SALE-Fine saddle horse cheap. I avenue. 12-9-Gt live well at a moderate cost.

See Jas. L. Giles. 11-25-tfc --
FOR RENT-Attractive business
fresh
-
Oysters day.
FOR SALE-Large refrigerator Jas.I and I Garage.room. See H. R. Berry, at the 11-11-tf Ford every Lumber Laths: andNAIRLUMBER Shingles:

other market fixtures, cheap.
A. Knox. 11-27-tfc -- OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
FOR RENT-Nicely furnished rooms. ,
in new, modern home; one-half e
FOR SALE-One Blickensderfer & block from Anderson street, near St.
Underwood typewriter, cheap. Ad- Luke's hospital. Reasonable rates for

dress Box 612. 12-5-12tc the 10-29-tf season. 406 Margaret street. TheModelCafelllll

FOR SALE-Fresh cow and calf; 2
miles south of Orlando, on Pine
12-5-6t TO RENT-Large room, with board,
Castle road. Jas. Ilorton. -- -- ---- --
suitable for two people. Reason ORLANDO

FOR SALE-Dry round oak wood, 14 able. All conveniences. Close in.
strand deliv. 212 East Jackson. Phone 406. I Siernons'
inches lone!' $2 per
Bred; $1 at farm, near Conway store 12-4-tfc i
A. 8. Hodges. Route 1, Orlando. .'Ol KENT-Five room house two Cement, Agatite Plaster and Lime

12-9-1moc blocks east of grammar school; all LADIES'
modern conveniences.'! Phone 484. HATSCHILDREN'S
FOR SALE-:240 acres of land, good HATS ,r 1I
two story house! land In partly
I
rlearrd, excellent farming and rattle 12K6t'V ANTEbW W. offer a choice selection ot

mining! tertian. A 'bargain. Address -_ 'Ladles Velvet Hats at 12.00, $3.00
M. 1 I. Calvin, Winter Garden, Fla.1 AN1' U-'Hoarders, good clear $4.00, $5.00, $6.00.

12-9-61* rooms, for the season 'd(J and $7 Children Hats $1.00, $1.50 and
up
--- Summerlln .
;I 10ft .trut.-
FOR SALK:'-Ch ar, Incubator,brood- 12.7Gt'WANTF.1)To Our styles are so good!: -and our

ere, coop, thoroughbred chickens, prices are so reasonable that you will
And chick: White Leghorn: Anca. list all kind. of prep- find our store the best place In the
nan, Ithode Island Red*' wonderful arty for safe or rent. I am having
layers: will guarantee to furnish hem manp applications for houses, fur city for millinery
or pullets, now laying.& 701 Went nished and unturnl hod. I will be
Central avenue 12-8-61* glad to list what you have. Mrs Slemons' Millinery f

II. B. T-eake, 45 East Pine street.
FOR SALE-FOR RENT-Houses Phone 179. 10-8-dw-lmo Store
furnished and unfurnished. Also --
some splendid Iota. Call and see what POSITION WANTED-Experienced
I have to otTer before you buy or stenographer desires position where
rent. Mrs. II. B. Leake. 45 East Pin brains, executive ability and hard Best and Promptest
street or 312 Broadway Phone 179. work will gain advancement. $100

108dw.lmo per month. Address Stenographer,, Auto
care Sentinel. 12-5-6tc Livery
FOR SAI.E OR EXCHANGE Buick I
roadster, recently overhauled and! LOST Service
repainted. Will sell for each, or will
exchange for a lot or for a larger LOST-Small open faced watch, on
ear. Write Auto I'. O. Box 869. pin, between Lake Lucerne and the 3-PASS NG[R
12-7-Gt Empire hotel. Monogram L. B. L. on
hack Return to Orlando Bank and
AUTO BARGAINS-1912 Reo tour.inR' Trust Co. and receive reward.
car, -1 doors, good repair, tires 11-3-tfc
nearly nenut party here with MISCELLANEOUS BUICK CAR
$100 gets it. Also & cylinder Reo
with light truck body, $.V>. These GEO T. HULL CO,
are bit bargains. flea H.: Rates 4 Phone 103. Rock IHdu Room 3. The Indian Way

Son Altamonte Springs Florida, Call and sec us if interested in real We call anywhere at any time
1-:.7tf estate. Uuy, sell or exchange property '

FOR& NI.t:-"'Int (tarred flock chick.ans. 1l.1J.1, moo Rental carefully attended ta, rt6rtinl& ta 'the Redskin the Paleface made A big fire and sat ''around It-the Indian little fire end sat
at No. 12: llutrheyMreet Gofdjn's J Transfer Co

or phone'' :375. I 12:HItHrI"cmn < AT CIIIUHTMAH you will
> TOUI1INC CAlt, Ink'nl con.itlti'tti. to hive photographs If made At 201 S, Orange Ave Phone 487 ThAt'll'tor)' much like the way sonic of us try to warm A chilly ('frnr-I by bulMinir a roaring fire In
Kvan: No. 102 North Main\ one block
Terms If ilexIM.? l'hM''*. I I'. north of court honne.!! Make the uptmlMment HAULING OF AIL KINDS the furnace and making Itt fit the house unliveable."
l HIIW) Mg-H-tfe: I
now, Phone 125:: ,
11..Im: : How much more sensible to follow the Indian' advice! A little fire In a ties Heater will warm the
F) ?rl&& MALK$100. ; cash will, ;;;;;r -, Plants Rose
Pansy without the of the The bath-room tan be made comfortable! in the
nhP nf these lob If you will build IHtlNC1'oun CIIILlt 1 nm preparing tight pot overheating rent room.
upon It. Own.r.1It take morion ire n great display of children home hot for comfort during the
Bushes Petunia morning without\ wrestling with the furnace and making your too
nt It per rent Ixit 4r.xl.1f.: at JNOOj; photos' for the fair. Want every ,
lot fiotioo at $3oot lot iCuxinr at child. No cost to you. Every chili remainder of the day. You will need a little Cas; Heater this 'al1-.1'I1 not get it now?
1000. located on Kant: Amelia ave eight years and Under negatives made Plants
hue, with southern Inquire
exposure. free on Wednesdays and SaturdAY
at 601 :Magnolia avenue. 12.10-6tc Howard's Studio. 1-11-16-U
Leave your orders here

FOR RENT Umbrella **a v rea and repaired

"while you wait" Young's Repaii ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO
FOR RENT-Three rooms at For-
Shop. 21 E. Pine St.
office.mOlla. Inquire at Formosa 12-6-Ct poet-* .violet Dell Florist

HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE FOE, .
MODEL KINDERGARTEN, primary SALE-Large lot of new furniturebeds I GAS DEPARTMENT
room First Methodist church; telephone dressers, tables, chairs, etc, J. II. CARUTHERS
j 221, or call 14 East Jackson Prices right. Address B., care Sen.. I.,.
street. 10-20-tfc tined 12-8-Ct'I Phase 509. 408 8.Mlb Lk Si =



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LOCAL AND PERSONAL HilllMiiniMIIMMMMMMMMMM" . . . . . . . . . . .. . ... . .
11111! JJIIil1.I1HlIJflh;

1"f .-" ,.., '-' Mrs. W. M. Harper and daughter,
f : ;' Miss Pauline, who have been epenc.
I
i .I I ing the summer in Franklin, Ky.,
have returned to Orlando for another i


I ALW.AYsALmT season.RIDE in IIamrtck'8 .;.tray Hu* one

hour, 12 mile .tor 3'>c. 8-28-tf I
TO PROTECT: THE
Mr. J. Hugh White, of Jacksonville, 0)i
who has been making annual pilgrim
DEPOSITOR aged to Orlando for the punt twenty i .,
years., spent yesterday in Orlando, a I849. 88
guest ut the San Juan hotel. $

.". Savings checks are good as gol< .
MODERN DAY METHODS and conserva Ask for them whenever you buy anything '5
tive, old time safety are factors that gov- ii.ii/t( I

in the of this bank.
ern management Mr. Arthur Butt returned yesterday CHRISTMAS MONEY
Now, just as they always have-for pro afternoon from Jacksonville!
gress. where he has been attending the
The State Bank is a commercial bank, State Tax Assessors' Association ,
which convened in that city this
having the resources, connections and experience -
week. lIe was accompanied by Mrs. Now ready for the mem-
necessary for the surer protec- Butt and their son, Master Thomas.
tion of its depositors interests. Successful bers of our Xmas Saving

commercial activity is largely dependent Ride Ham rick's jitney bus, fie. Club.
upon banking service and the co-oper- 1 -ltf

ation of a strong bank is an import nt Mrs. Dora G. Davis, one of Orlan- I
business asset. ,j do's pioneer winter residents, is expected Next Club starts December 20th.
Largest Hank Between Jacksonville and to arrive in the city today
Tampa. I from Tilton, N. I!., where she has
been spending the summer. Mrs. -
Davis has been coming to this section
THE for the past thirty years and is an
The National
Bank"It
extensive property holder. Peoples
STATE BANK I
Savings checks are accepted as cash! Is A Pleasure To Serve You'
OF \ in the savings! department of the
1'eoples National Hank. IMl-t

ORLANDO Mrs. Wm. lilggs and daughter, .
Miss Rebecca UJKKB, arrived In Orlando .
yesterday afternoon on the
','It Tampa Hpeclal, coming from Front.
Ky. where they have spent the summer .
Mrs. UJKK and Miss Rebecca
: are regular visitors', to the city and
. I have many friend. who are .glad tl
welcome them each "M' >H''tln. They will .

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HAYNES Mr. C E] Kroh president of the
Dealer Florida Good Homes company, who
haa been spending some time in Or-
HUPPEL B BROS R 0 S lando with the local representative,
IServIce I Mr. F. E. Baxter, left yesterday At
IN FEW DAYSThe
ternoon over the Coast Line for Kansas .
City, Mo., where he will remain
until after the holidays when he will
return to this city accompanied by
the his family season., to spend the remainder 01 famous CHEVROLET Four-Cylinder TouringCar

with Electric Starter and
Lights.
For unusual and artistic gifts, go complete
to the Tuttle Gift Shop. M2-8-tfo

Rev. Frank Parker and daughter,
$590 f. b. Orlando
Mrs.\ Annie McFarlane\ were among o.
the arrivals on the Tampa Special
)'e.tertllAftornoon.. They have Roadster $560 f. b. Orlando
o.
pent the summer in South Hamilton,
tlais., and have returned to Orlando
to upend the winter. Rev. Parker
owns several pretty lots in Orlando

New Ford Home and rent the contemplates borne spring.before l erecting he returns n perma NorthIn San Juan Garage Company


Now Open & .
Fish and oysters received daily. Orlando-Daytona
IL M. Sell & Co. MO-6-tfc
209-11 South Orange Avenue -
Telephone 386 Among the arrivals in Orlando
yesterday afternoon on the Tampa
Special was Mr. T. J. Walker, who

Standard Gasoline-Ford Oil, Goodyear, has been spending the summer in Rip- . . . . IMMMMMMIM . . . . . . . . . '. " MIIMMf
ley, N. Y. Mrs. Walker and daughter I

Goodrich, Firestone, Ajax, and United Miss Florence, will not comedown
until later in the season on account ..llllllllllllllllllllr'IIIIII'.IIIII".III.II'.III.11111111' 1111.11111.1' .....
States Tires. "Free Air at the Curb." I of the young lady being in
school at that place. Mr. Walker has
a pretty home at 610 DeLaney street. i Who Will Be Your Executor? ,
"Make this Ford Home "
Your Ford Home. a fine orange grove near the city and
other interests In Orlando, and is very
F. G. RUSHMMMIMMMMMMMMMMMMIMMIMM much impressed! with the progress! of ANSWER NO. t

the city since he left. I Your estate may be materially impaired as a
I direct result of the appointment of an executor
ST. JOftKI'lt1NH) AOAISSt. or trustee r

Joseph! baseball nine, by defeating When an individual l is! upptilMH -- t t s i
the nine of the grammar The financial rep niiblllty U generally weaker,
cehwl yesterday! afternoon, I by the It It usually provided in wills! that the per'. "
twe tit t' t tli orun the eeetind and shall, b 'n..tJfrlm .
nominated to ffall ecutor "' ,
TIM; NI\, 1 IST: nisiJNsAND ) ; (; ,last, game t1t the ierlti[ Not H run giving t"sin1*. r #
YM Nfored by the grammar" till the 1
IN 1I.\'mt\\\lCI'I :, JI':11'i}:I.lt1' last inning when B batting. rally WAS When purely bond ,are supplied, it in At the( U, E
NIHim ()\'l.:I'IIF4: slatted huh netted them seven runs, pent of the estate, and then enly partial' *eeu .
(lattery for HI. Joseph's. llunn and' rity Against Iou II) provided
ruMMtniitly In touch, with the Rattling *llvr mlth* Batumi for grammar school alias When n fruit Company !II selected-i E 'Rb r, t
"tract, ,,I J MuMtwrnftftiiu'ii of the country, Our Mock la nhvnya and lloskini and Levy .nahelat\ ) .
advantage of Uehp fr*
The positive IIr ,
kt't'llll1u !lace with the !If\h'l1t t atyie hi slhmvnre, rings, The 8t Joseph IHIJS nil) ptotmlily sefurtd, l
I'I
Ltnn't'b.! err, sponsihility
play Winter (I'aik ned trlJItY.uHU..tIl.t'kUUitt
\When hew niul beautiful tlealirna nre erenteil, we (arennmtlg -- - ---- -- A bond which has behind! it the entire financial t "
the first fttolea lit the coumty to show them VoU \ \ : ( hIIIIItiIilllastI1 strength of the Institution U alwajrs filed With
ht>t. IUI)' tttiUiir-iiitte HI"tides heie. II'? the Probate Cnurt pl I 611t anal l tu (Ihf ttlale.

tltlitll! |ilityfl. fur, ChthtlilrtsUil( ) (Htei eat t VoU\ theleitiut AhsWtF Nd. i A Will aH'tat' !ifi subsequent IAIU x=
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t1tiiit tu tllfSit: p1.rl\ HUlh: tll W| t )UU wiitlt toN)# ; I eOtH eItFC I is f iI trtflt ithd ittllUf llr der.nFalEli ----
piUI b' Ulltt 1'IH/ +II IsN \thll the with\ iissuhttll@II( lilt@I I:9 tll@ tBF the l'hfllHHit'i! \! a\ 8B: All
tit st l Nhhlt lulillri i!8Htt iH' iHF tHjlt'tl fH81.!. fiFlie1kitilyhtni t eeffi@ in in? life\ IHd IF sly' uk 18F fIlFtJ1H; :
Yuu'l' \ Hut Ll1 tltaahlloillt@d at t this tore, \We @ to the et+J lgf t. iT RH heefi! HI t(1Jilt@l8Atj.l / lfteFfti Uen 6H this Vltall IfflpeFtSfil 9UHJ@et j :
that, PR diphy' in Vt1Fi@t1\ qtHH1Hti i hitR Yen Af@ 8lw} *F w@Jeeffi@, and ear effie!i art} ill.
wilt Rave t >shopping' I ft pl' \iHflt} : The wsyi glad' te 84yil: --- -
t1l i>!pfa' } kir darvi} hate been drf ii 4 in

ft. fHAi'hHil-\ if rnanneFt- The Orlando Bank & Trust Company

T. H. EVANSJEWELER Pcult'Uiwktiiittvi' '

& ruudngo Orlando. Florida


rsonal inltruc USTEOl'ATUS ion under Dr. Still Capital, Surplus and Profits $141,000,00
It KirkiTille, Mo.
132 S. Orange Ave., above People
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