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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 12, 1915
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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VOLUME THREE. ORLANDO) FI.OltIU.SUNUA: Y, DECEMBER 12, 191:;. NUMBER 261.





RELATIONS BETWEEN CENTRAL POWERS J


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AND U. S. HAVE REACHED SERIOUS CRISIS I




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BREAK IN WITH DIPLOMATIC AUSTRIAIS RELATIONS M. E. CHURCH HAD 239 APOSTLES OF MELODY AND BIG RAGE E EVENT AT FAIR ANTI WAR RIOTSRAGING



IMMINENTLUIfflDISPjraEADlOCKED NEW MEMBERS SOBRIETY ARE ROASTEDWashington GROUND DEC..23


IN
REV. LEV WILL DELIVER Dec. 11.-The oppo- The fun reached its height when RACES CONTINUE FOR 3

REPORT AT ANNUAL nents of preparedness, especially Bryan the club put on a musical skit "The
Unless U. S. Obtains Freedomof were thoroughly "roasted" or I Saccharine Soldier." DAYS-THREE RACES

Seas Germany Will CONFERENCE broiled by the famous Gridiron Club The cast was made up of Bryan EACH DAY BERLIN

tonight. i General Gum Drop Colonel Caramel

Resume Submarine Methodist Church Has Had a President Wilson was there, so Major Marshmallow, Captain Candy, Good Music Will Be Rendered;

Operations Consistent and Satisfactory were members of the cabinet, high/ 'I Lieutenant Licorice Drop, Sergeant Event Should Prove of

Growth for the officials the army and navy Democratic I Sugar Plum, Private Peppermint, anda Interest to All MANY PERSONS KILLED

Washington Dec. Government Past YearAt and Republican statesmen few "Apostles of Melody and Sobriety AND WOUNDED WHEN

officials agreed tonight that relations and famous men from all over the I ," all impersonated by membersof PeopleThe POLICE CHARGE

between the United States Germanyand Friday evening session of the country. the dub.DEAD .
horses wintering at the Orlando
| Austria, present the most critical : quarterly conference at the Methodist

situation since the beginning of church resolutions were adopted commending race track include the stables 1,000,000 TEUTONS IN BALKANS

the war. the work and asking the return . OCEAN TO OCEAN HIGHWAY"Old ; RESULT l T OF HAZING of C. W. Hush, Pittsburgh!: Pa. lie -

A break in the diplomatic relations of the presiding elder, Rev. has in training Lady Gladwin, blk. m

with Austria appears Imminent. Smith Hardin, and the pastor, Rev M1111onnlre's 2:011: M| Denton Norwood, b. g., Bulgarian', in (:treat Strength,
State department officials are hot Spanish Trull" Will Con. Chicago Son, Beat Attack
J, n. Ley. The pastor and W. K. :2ilN Mi John A. Hal a three Whole Franco-Hrll-
year
hopeful that Austria will accept theatrong Martin will leave tomorrow to attend nect Atlantic und Pacific; en With Itayoneta,1)lea nt
I ih Line-tattle(
old hay colt that has a trial l of 2t:* Continued
demands made
In the
Ancona the annual conference to be held at Pen wt cola Get 1910) Virginia Military\
hem the First Methodist church In Tampa.It Meeting Institute l 10 12:!, and In one of the finest Individual jIII"rldltS11.U )'

ItiwaH Indicated too, In official clr- wan voted I by the Orlando churchto .* the writer has ever seen and
tlell! that the United 1 . . . . . . . .
mate will demand
Invite the conference to convene In Mobile, Ala, Dec. ll1'lllans 0=l' 1att"r Lexingtun! Va., Dec. II. -The body without dnulit he ('11tI'IY l theworld'n
the recall ef Itartm I'irich: Xwldpnlk Orlando, In KM", Col), T. J. WatklnsU of Mobile, elected l + ;\ IIIOTH IN IIKUI.IN +
wan l'ri"I of Cadet\ Thurber Hweet t, 17 yearn'' old, record' for three: year old paring *
the! Austrian charge.Manifestations alternate to the conference and dent and Stewart talllan s *
an of Mobile, who died last. night& at the S'irginiallIlitary
\ colts; Nlta, b, m., Is a good green + London
Drf .
. of displeasure' by ll..Dispalchcafrom +
may, also attend the meeting! In Tam secretary of the old "Spanish Trail"Association Institute. as a result of hag
Germany over the demand for the re pa. nov Ley will submit. the fol- at its convention here to Ing. when he was unmercifully "beaten protpect. + Amsterdam' and t'openha- +

pall of Moy- i and Von Papen complicates lowing report! I day with bayonets, left today for the Mr. J, M 1, Razor, of Waynesvllle, + fen tonight 'tell of renewed antiwar *

relations! with Germany Report to the Quartely Conference Delegates representing Florida, Iniy'n home at Chicago. The parents N C. (the Land of the Sky), has + riots In Berlin Many per +
It was learned that the disputeover f sons were !killed and wounded by *
Honored and PeAr Brethren; Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, Louis who arrived the day before his death, Nancy Patchen ro. m., 2:241.4; Tre. *
the who
the Lusitania has been dead t police charged on the +
Having reached the close of our iana and Arizona decided to promotea are heartbroken but I'
won't
locked.It attempt to gallant b. h. (trial), 2:141-4; and mob in the vicinity of the national +
conference year, I feel that you are through national southern highway prosecute the members of the hazing the good green pacer, Agnes Mc-
i III intimated that unless the + palace an Exchange; dispatch f
due from brief of from the Atlantic
me a summary my to the Pacific coast. party. Sweet was the son of C. A. Ewen.
United Statea obtalna from Great from Amsterdam adds. *
Britain the freedom of the sea there work among you as your servant and Pensacola was chosen for nextyear's Sweet a Chicago millionaire. Everett Campbell, of Campbells- . . . . . . . .
pastor I began my labors on December meeting place. It was also decided town Ohio, has the black mare, Miss

marine will be.-a warfare.resumption of German sub 26, 1915 one week after the that each state should designate LETS; MAKE THE SENTINELSANTA ; : I Preble 2:181-4 (trial), 2:15.: London, Dec. H.-Bulgarian forces

adjournment of our Annual Conference the route of the highway within CLAUS FUND REACH W. S. Massa of Springfield. 111.. .In'. ...........At_.: _..tr..n..h.......... hAV".._.w _..Ha.1.t.._......... .}.,.....
British Rt'qulilitionaWnshington. at Arcadia. its borders. THE $200 MARK! has Ada Pointer, b. m., 2:141.4, the whole Franco.British line north of
During the year I have been absent
unbeaten of the
mare season and a Saloniki.It .
Dec. 11.-The state from my pulpit but one Sabbath, ORLANDO I'AN IIELI.ENiC WILLMEET
sensational machine
Sunday is a good day to resolve to race ; Jenora blk. is stated that more than 1,000-
department was informed today by a on which occasion it was occupied by TUESDAYThe .
representative of the American TransAtlantic my presiding elder. In connection subscribe, to the Sentinel Santa Claus m., 2:201-2: ; and Baron Gentry a 000 Austro-Germana and Bulgariansare

Steamship that the Fund. Every penny helps the good green one. now operating in the Balkans.
company with the varied and multiform activi- members of the Orlando Pan-
W. F. Jenkins of Belmont
British government, which several ties of our church there have been Hellenic, which wan organized two work along. The Sentinel Santa III., has The battle continued all day yes
the great trotter, Electric Bow, b. : ,
Claus received 'g .
days ago cancelled the requisition of held more than 600 public meetings, weeks ago,: will meet Tuesday nightat ,: letter the.following pathetic 2:111.4: (trial) 2:011: 1..., the best trotting terday.At
the Hocking at Halifax, and the Gen- not counting u number of distinctly 8 o'clock! at the San Juan Grill. yesterday: last reports the allies were pre
horse In the state of and
: Florida
cede at St. Lucia has again requisitioned social gatherings': held under the auspices The organization will 1 bo perfected, "There are three little girls, very, paring to retreat further.
very dear little ,girls.: Their has his racing carper U the peer of nnyand On the Strumitza front
both vessels. of the church Your pastor has Wm. Rcardall chairman of the committee papa accordingto
The British government has deposited born present at about 375, taking on constitution and by-laws, been nick not able to work for two one must nee him to appreciatehis dispatches from Paris. Bulgarianshave


:J. ,OOO pound with the Halifax nome more or less active part when will report, and other business matters months, and their mother is frail and great qualities; Dexter Patchen attacked the British, while an-
b. J p., 2:191.4; and Bessie C., b. m.
delicate
prize court ns indemnity for the owners poNnible or when required. He has will be transacted. The social and the people have to help other Bulgarian army has engagedthe
them. Will (heat record: 2:15: 1-4)), are also members
and I is preparing to load the made more than 1,000 pastoral' visit part of the evening will be devoted to you see that Santa Claus of this stable.P. French.

Hocking with grain and take it to Members Received a program/ and refreshments will be F. Hamlin of Poughkeepste! N.

London for prize court proceedings.The During the year he has receivedinto "served., Joe Cheney, who is chairman Y., is with us again, this being his ROSE HAS SOLD S"'fOf': : FIFTEEN .

department will take the matter the church 120 by letter, and 119 of the social committee, is workingon sixth winter here, and in his stable I LOTS

up with the British governmentas on professional faith and baptism, a program/ and is recruiting mem we find the sensational unbeaten

soon as complete reports have totaling 239 for the year. Of this bers. There are thirty "Greeks" in pacer John B., 21614. lie is a real You are watching Walter' W. Rose's

been received. large number something over 70 have Orlando and several! at Winter Park c race horse and the only pacing gelding advertisement in the entinel? Some

come from the Sunday school. who are interested in the movement.All to win 20 this days ago he advertised fifteen lots
races Only
season.
FIRE FIEND DESTROYS PROPERTY According to the printed year book members of National Greek letter last week he lowered the colors of for sale at $125 per lot. The adver-

IN COLORED TOWN we end the year beginning with 674, fraternities are invited to come to the the Canadian champion Onward AI- tisement appeared but two days whenhe

and deducting those removed duringthe meeting particularly any visiting lerton making him to Tampa to sold seven of the fifteen lots.
I go
Yesterday morning at 3:15 fire destroyed present by death and other "Greeks" in the city. Read the advertisement for terms and
year stay out of the way a wager of $500
the home of Ed. Murphy on then watch Tuesday's Sentinel for
will nominal
wise we report a membership being made and Mr. Parson the
Division street in colored town and owner the names of his satisfied customers.
of 876 to our approaching TWO CAR LOADS AUTOMOBILESMr. of the last named horse failed to
before it could be gotten under control reaches them Christmas? Their ages
conference. That a careful revisionof for the word and lost his for
by the fire department which our roll should be made is evident L. B. Fort, one of the genial ere 8, 6 and 4 years. Let your heart score AERIAL MAIL SERVICE

answered the alarm promptly, had and that such revilsion will inevitably proprietors of the San Juan Garage, and hand reach them is a prayer ofa feit.The following Orlando horses

spread to several nearby houses. The result in the dropping of some namesis spent yesterday in Sanford unloading friend. We all are trying to help are Washington, Dec. 11.-The day
also members of this stable Maxie
origin of the fire is unknown. The equally plain. But it was not two car loads of Chevrolet and them. May God bless you to lend a : when United States mails shall be
I Direct b. 2:101-4 trial
(
m. 2:041.4))
inmates of the Murphy home had thought advisable to do this the first Studebaker cars. They are among hand. Little Hal ch. h. 2:241-4 trial ; carried through the air by a fleet of
barely time to escape with their lives the best manufactured and can be Surely you can not turn a deaf ear ( ) aeroplanes owned by the postoffice

when aroused. They saved nothing. year. Sunday Schools seen at the above mentioned garage. to such an appeal as this. 2:171.4; and R. P. Little b. h., 2241.4 :- department was brought nearer when
owned by Mr. David Lockhart.Don .
The house was a four room structure We Sentinel Santa Claus Fund Postmaster General Albert S. Burleson -
began the with of the
and was totally destroyed. The own- best the best disciplined year and one the best PURCHASES OAKLAND Previously acknowledged .____$69.30 I Peter, a fine two year old colt recommended in his annual report -
I !2:391.4, owned Mr. Beacham and
by
Miss Margaret Hart ______ ;
er carried no insurance.At equipped schools in the conference. s u 1.00'A laid before congress today, that
J. G. Grossenbacher of L. Maclean Gotha __ Mr. WHIoughby's green filly. The remaining -
the time of the fire there was a Hence while have made commendable Plymouth uu .50 > $50,000 be appropriated to advancethe
strong wind blowing and the flames we has purchased a new 1916 Oaklandsix. W. P. Watson _______________ 1.00 two are Baby S., b. m., 22114 :- science of aerial mail service.
progress as the subjoined figures > and Wade b. .
Linton (
(2))
soon leaped across a narrow alley and I will Total _________$71.80 g !
--
show the growth is not as ----------
trial 2:30, and a heat record of 2-
came near destroying the home of BENEFIT AT THE FAVORITE
marked as might have been the case. !124 1....

Rev. J.minister.A. Braswell The a firemen colored had Methodist a-I i Enrollmen Enrollment Dec. 14, 1914-____----443 TO ELECT A SUCCESSORPresident NO HEIR TO $$7OOOOOO !1, The runners are here too. Mr. W. MONDAY EVENING
date class
to (by records M. McSabe of Columbia, S. C., has There will be benefit
hard fight to save part of the struc- ) ___ ____________________572 in that is of a performance -
ture which was two stories and contained i one particular worthy at the Favorite theatre Monday

. eleven rooms. There was only Increase __.________.__________129 to Succeed the Late Col. Smith, 77, Georgia's "Feudal Masks mention.and She is the crack sprinter evening for the Volunteers of America -
the Faces, a winner several represented in Orlando by Capt.W. .
$200 insurance on building. Booker T. WashingtonWill Lord, Is Dead. I
The Primitive Baptist church Total attendance, 1914________11,428 Leaving times on the New York!: tracks and T. Waller collector who is hereto
Be
__ __ Chosen Vast Holdings; No :unbeaten this I
Total _
caught fire several times, as did the attendance 1915 -- 13,550 i season. secure funds for establishing a

home of Jack Johnson but were extinguished Tomorrow Relatives I Mr. M. Hackett of Charleston S. home for reformed convicts at Brooklyn -

before damage Increase ______________nnn 2,122 C., has the good California bred three Fla.
was
any
Tuskegee Ala., Dec. 11.-Booker T.Washington's Smithsonia, Ga., Dec. 11.-Col. Jas. year old, Miss Erma and Queen
done. Total collections, 1914 ______$ 997.00
successor as presidentof XI. Smith, 77 old, Hackett both themselves
Total collections, 1915 __ years Georgia' proving Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Woodberry of
nn 1,150.00 Tuskeee Institute will be selectedat "feudal lord" and largest land worthy of the of jumpers.
RECALL FOR ATLANTA: MAYOR owner, name St. Johnsberry Vermont are among

SET FOR JANUARY 5 Increase __________n______$ 153.00 a that meeting of the board of trusteesof died of apoplexy today. He leaves an These horses and many more will the recent arrivals in Orlando to
institution to be held at the estate estimated at $7,000,000 with no be seen at the Fair Grounds duringthe spend the winter. They reached the

Ga. Dec. 11. The Members of school joined church Institute Monday morning. Emmett known l living relatives except a brother gala week December 23, 24 and city yesterday afternoon over the Atlantic

council Atlanta todjy" ,set January-5 as city the 1914 ________________________ 22 Scott, secretary to Washington or from whom he was estranged. He 25. Three races each day, and the ] Coast Line and are pleasantly
Members of school joined church Warren A. Logan, treasurer and vice- never married. What will be done is follows
date for the recall election program as :: located with Mr. and :Mrs. W. H.
Mayor Woodward and Police Commis-against 1915 ________________________ 72 president and principal of the Institute with the vast holdings has not been I Thursday December 23-2:15 pace Wright, 210 West Central avenue.
will probably be elected. ascertained. Cot Smith here I free for
sioners Pace came I a\ trot half mile run.

and Clarke.Johnson Commissioner English, Fain King Increase _______________________ 50 after serving in the Confederate army Friday, December 24-2:19 pace, Mr. and Mrs. Amos Gee, of Lebanon -
may + + + + + + + + + + + + +
also be added to the list. The recall Total enrollment school proper, + + + and began his career as a farmer in :2:14 trot, cow pony race. N. H., who are spending the

against the officials is the result of 1915 --_____________________ 572 + SICK BULLDOG IS BEING + a small way. I Saturday, December 25 (Christmas winter at St. Petersburg arrived in

the removal from office of Chief of Total enrollment Cradle Roll, .* CLOSELY WATCHED + )-2:22 pace, free for all pace Orlando yesterday and will spend

Police Beavers several weeks ago. 1915 -______________________ 75 -" + Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Larley of I.half mile run. Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Che
Total enrollment Home Department I:+ "Prince Wocotoo. the valued + Chattanooga, are among the guests '! Good music good racing, and clean ney.

Do your shopping early. Curtis & 1915 _________________ 40'.+ English bulldog belonging to + at the San Juan hotel who are spend- :,|I amusement are in store for those who.
+ Mrs. B. Beacham, has been + '
O'Neal I sick ing several days in Orlando. They enjoy it. TilE WEATIIER
have and -
useful ornamental -
presents many for friends and Grand total all departments, {:+ with pneumonia for severaldays + are enjoying their visit to Florida I I I Anyone wishipg, to enter in the
your +
everything marked down 25 cent. 1915 _______________________ 682 requiring the services oftwo + and while here will look over prop- cow pony race will write F. D. Williams For Florida: Partly cloudy: and
We per + doctors and three nurses. + erty and visit other resorts on the Orlando, Fhu, General Ddivlery. cooler in north portion; fresh south
[j will suit your (Continued on 6) . . .
purse. page + . . . . East and West coasts. I shifting to west winds.MORNINGSENTINEL.

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DAILY At The Churches 1 trip through Florida convinces .
that this state is being improved
South Florida Sentinel n) ways. Farms are being cul
FIRST METHODIST CHUKClt supplanting the timber lands)
t!. tlLENN MORMJNO..AND WEEKLY,...Utet Corner Main and Jackson streets. raising Is making tremendous CASTILE SOAPMADE
w .-. MftlMlfON, !' . . .B..ln... Mnt tMl. John It. tjey, pastor. !!) factories of Carious kinds) are
flItpt..t a' ,.Claims Mali.-M.NRrI.. 1 bt' This church utters to tourists Fniokel and all alohg the
. M 811ft'''j I trahpieht visitors\ a geheruu \, highways hew homes are being
HUH ItAfstMd. alt the privileges of rt "( l Ahd the eUie bueihe FROM
tlhetttir htul =mu'te IH
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". I "lilt F .11. . 'the today Is I ., The' future Of
.Mt' ,. .. ....,nr.uu' .Ithi" hume. |irvgtant | are f'intf Ui(
,. M "
II'. I MHHIM' , . .. ." ...11....... i. uf UlHi, Urtl ItitphPft( It 14 I the lrt l lHrtl'l'rtth ,htlt 1'4 PIltIl'thilllf1'11, : worth
'''11,. 1 Mas1B .. .. II .. .w 1111"-II_ _al of the tMiifeiPiite )rear, it ) alsNut.
lf
N.tlr- , I V.... : "y ,. ,:=.;.TIT O@ III t .jMattiF' will ttt Dtp in inii)\ : Q= PURE OLIVE OIL

41.-I. .httgdt'N' ''l1YAhFpAYAatN' IN \h'' trtKp a'CHbiMn' to brifrty" i { rtt you i4l ..
-- -- die wg K of th' year now I 4 t'Uua Fun4.? U |la well\ to sup

--TO- APVKHTWMMi, Kv; *>ry member and fnen4 will \I/e this fund, fleyeral! 1 days ago A I.MPOHTKl OLIVE OH QUART. . . . . . We
..,,1.---;, .n ihu hsi4...i.Anld.g terested in noting the came into the ptfice and stated . . ,I5c
G.t f fU .. IMl'OHTEI OLIVE OIL 1'INT . . . . .
pad h. hsa. .4.,A U l Ik** fcMUm I II. growth of the several 1 lines of he wiahed.to give $1 to the IMPORTED OLIVE OIL Ii PINT. . . . . . . .uJc;(
i4.d, I.1.1..pwN tad.+l.iaThis ml* .? !Liu* : ity. HVou see," he remarked **l I I . . . .
: 'f.: .Z .d u PURE CASTILE SOAP Lll. . . . . . Sac I
lanriaili.ck*'l tf sad -UI k'. arictlr'. r.4.U Sunday school at 9:45 a, mo. .with. two children and if Santa Claus
-- full splendid orchestra, fine not come to see them Christmas
Subscriber hairing Tb. S.ntin.1 i writing dikcoociaiud onIb. > and excellent class work offers their hearts would be broken MAKE 5 lOc CAKES. CALL UP TODAY .
should! notify the office I POUND OF TillS CASTILE SOAP WILL -
date of .ipirttion, oth>.rwU' it will IM usual opportunities for all llible don't want other children in Or- ONE
SUPPLY.
mylar I cuUcription ntm AND LET US SEND YOU A
PtIc"O' . .. dents. to have Santa miss them.
1'Dttl.......... N>.top.-r .U...r.e..i...4............. M Preaching service at 11 a. m., o

12. 1915. the pastor in the pulpit; JONES BUYS A LOT
UECEMBEIl
SUNDAY,
"Life's Mile Posts." then comes the host,,e. So many
Senior League meeting at 6:45 and anxious moments are
Is it possible that the Austro-Ger- meeting by consulting Cook & Co.
An inspirational
be trapped in Serbia m. I building) as to your plans
forces may StoreJ.
man young people.At materials. They furnish every- City Drug
? evening preaching service and prompt service. I-l-12-12-J
---o--- Smith Hardin, presiding elder of Orlando, Florida
There is little prospect that there Orlando district will preach the )II RENT-Two nicely furnished I.,. DEAN, Proprietor
will be 1't'iice on Earth in Europe this Mr. room, for light house keeping, to
ing sermon of the year.
locution on
only; splendid ':
ChrlHtmu, I :r rI
is a strong forceful speaker, and \ street und Lucerne Circle; .
I) doubtless command A full houne. year or Heum/n., Apply to Mm. .
Freight business on all Florida rail No. 2 America direct. I
Intermitting
will he
road. has increased greatly within features There ut each service. : .12.Gt... "Don't Overlook FOR SALE! I

tho past few week Thin Wrtk The 'futtGirt\ Shop U I located thin I: My residence, corner north Orange second' floor. Lot, 154:; feet front on
o Tuesday the sewing circle will on on the second floor of Yowell- One" I Iso and Robinson avenues, containing Orange avenue. Grounds attractively
the
Invite your friend to come to their meeting in the church parlor ( building at left of eleva This II Library, H Kept ion Room, Vent Sewing arranged, and prayed by under. ,
\ Subtropical Midwinter Fair-the big- 3 m. This is a social meeting M2-8-tfc I Room, Dining Room, Kitchen.'antry ground system.Large .
Kent event of its kind ever staged in p. Grocery Room. Lavatory alion garage and log cabin play. I
Central Florida. which all ladies of the congr acre' virgin pine timber 3l'imiles first floor, with bath and a sleeping house etc. Will sell furnished or un
are most cordially invited. FLORIDA REAL ESTATE apartment with eleven windows furnished.
-0- Midweek prayer Wednesday at ( I from Orlando near Conway and seven closets and storage room on 11-7-lm

Don't until put the off last your minute.Christmas Remember buying p.Saturday m.; leader the to ladies be announced.of the !: & INVESTMENT CO. brick road. This is a choice CHARLES P. DOW

the tired clerks want some rest circle will hold a benefit bazaar I piece of land and is suitable for I
the last minute. moved their office to the
at I will have for disposition a fine I
t sortment of seasonable things Residence, 114 East citrus fruit, truck and general

has Show more us beautifully a city for in the Florida arranged Christmas which and I they Christmas have presents.accumulated See suitable notice \ our Avenue clients and and many hope new to farming.

decorated stores
I season than Orlando. place Next later.Sunday Rev. C. W. to get acquainted with us PRICE $33.00: PER ACRE Onion Sets!

o state superintendent of the our methods of doing busi- $
head the various church notices to- sell Real
loon League, will preach at the \Ve buy and
day. If you are a stranger and be- ing hour at this church. and Mortgages, loan.
long to no church you will be safe in

attending any of the o services. FIRST BAPTIST-0- CHURCH on money good securities to parties and in Fl Wallace Realty Co, Just a few for late planting-White Bermudas only-

Rev. Edward T. Poulson, D. Get yours before they are all gone.
Many a husband is wishing that his to build homes on easy
wife will get through purchasing pastor. for Arcade
Newell Bank Guarantee our Room 3
,
Samuel A.
%
that he Mr.
Christmas remembrances ao
tendent of the Sunday school. transactions. Phone 117
will know how much is left to pay the
regular December bills. Mr. Geo. W. Phillips, HENRY BENEDICT, PRES. Orlando Seed & Produce Co.

o the choir. .__ . __ _n _0 - ----

To use that old Latin expression Mr.This William church Branch cordially, Jr.extends, 206 S. Orange Ave. Phone 166
the Orlando Country
"vini, vidl etc.,
Club golfers may now be expected to hospitality to all who come whether IIn"A Grove for Sale!
return with stories on each other of doors. We want you ( a

how it might have been. ident or visitor in this Temple city) to BO here Lakeslle 85 acres In drove} 2200 flue bearing ------- -- --- -- -- ----------
right hear the Baptist to brick toad tttultoWh
It but1t1et1lteea 800 l Seedlings. Close
home' with }
and feel "at
stone GROCERY CO.
Home of the aulolsls of this city FORAGE
will lie pleased to
The
paslor
about those "l afety
kliklntf Outbuildings,
are First". posts! bH tirahge nVehUi 'they tuli n*! fHehit ahd mihi'ter.Htmilny ( ituuae, ttrtttt t I'IjA, HOUND( ) H11 AlI, Itpr udund . . .. , . . . . . ,17e

*R? that the l 1'usts orb Irt the wily sellout ht tfsiS! rti hti Big SACRIFICE for QUICK SALE ,I rlftOIN' AND_I'OIH__ ). ..tl IW1IOUHI2. per pound II III : : : .17e
which i..tVi>.ils them from tufhmlt patsited lrtiops ftlul tltlelelit .0"I" Xt'IJUMIVItl t'lltU'U( I ItOAHT( ( .,'IJUItIlIplf) ( ) pound , , , , II II , : .10e'IIIK'U
laiit'
the t-nnipM a* fast!! ai they vrttulilIrt Ilkti era! 1 H I ( ( HTI5\K Irl.UIUnP@f) pound = , , II 1111. , : I Me\
That's' what\ they( are tittle far l' llitl, "'ttr hill|) in (the,: Irl.IIIH\ \ II; HTinv, a pound for : , : : II II 11111. II , : .
: itt II it MI, unit, fr'W' II: nti: ,With IlftMF IItMfi.holt'( pound , , - t ISeI'l.OUlDA I
iHHt'l they will itoulitleM! lip' kWHAT tll't' thtI't!: : Orlando Real Estate Co. I"I.UIUUItUUt( ((( per 1.11. II
=ft= | t in the: jHlljlH! + t: ) 1'OIli( (!'Ii ))1'$, per pound , I' II , . . I' , s.IScKI.OHIDA \
HIM" Morning wrman, "Ita lOtArinif K 1 n BRADLEY l PORK STEW, per Hi . . " , , , , ,, .13ft: \ *
A INIM.AH Wasted Vears'Il3ernton 43 WATKINS HLQCK PHONE 501:\ WESTERN; 110nlIlOI'$, :3:J pound for , , I" ttt ? , . -45eSMCED ,:\ ,
\MU" WY? : fop the popular: for . , . 0 t7.IC
HAM 2:: pound .0. t t ? t t t t t t
A bride and proom went flat hunting service:: "FivePtep* to A BOILED HAM per pound .0. . . . . . . . . . . . 35c

They discovered a pharroing I Life." HENS, LIVE, per pound . : . . . . , . . . . . 2Qe
suite not too Urge, The pretty fashionable 630 . . . ,20c
enthusiastic the B, V. P, U. meeting at ; p :SMOKED COUNTRY SAUSAGE. per pound t. 0 .

husband wife silent.was When the owner said Miss Good Claudia music at De all Laney services., Cards and Booklets!! \ I

man the price hook was his.$65 head.a month the young nicely warmed. All seats free. ! Unas C

Note-The: monthly vesper AA.B.COOK&COMPANY-
"
"Hut it suits me exactly, said the church this afternoon
this
girl. "! Just can't give it up"Weak at to be of Exquisite selection(from Ic. up). Also Souvenirs
protests from the husband, o'clock terest. promises The public is most Novelties Toys, Japanese Novelties, Stationery W l CHRIST BUILDING : ORLANDO

mild negatives, and finally "Of invited to enjoy this service. and Magazines.
course, darling, it you say you want is the hour. invest safely for our
four fllty AGENTS
four to AS we money
Church St. ,
it,The we'll owner.take it.a retired business man, thin full paper.program, in another Drl fly n"am & H'III I 22 ONE BLOCK W. EAST A. C. L. DEPOT customers; manage their real and personal

is something more than a landlord.. - property; look after their taxes and other obligations

lie han. a fad the study of human nature. ST. JOHN'S EPISCOPAL ( 1 >MtMMMtMMMMIMMMMMMPURE collecting rentals, interest and dividends.

interested in Rev. t:. Irvine Georges,U. A.,
"I'm considerably you I Bonds
and
two young peole," he remarked. in charge. INCOME INVESTMENTS, Mortgage
Third Sunday in
"Would you object to telling me what Sunday.
salary U?" 10:30 A. m., matins find \ FOOD STORE
your
The bride, replied: "Oh $15 amonthl" p. m., Sunday school; 7:30 p. BUILDING MATERIALSAND
rmn evensong' and sermon, GroceriesCHRISTMAS
.
Ministry a
"The Apontolic
"Then he has also another source
of income" Preparation for the Second CONSTRUCTIONWe -
Tuesday. Altar Guild at 7:30: HINTSRaisins
"Well, not just now Hut he has
expectations. Ills aunt-" Wpdnesday. Evening Currents, Walnuts Almonds, Brazil Nuts, Pecans,

The business man interrupted.absurd I litany Thursday.at 7:30 Choir p. m. practice Citron, Orange Peel, Lemon Peel, Cluster Raisins, Burnett can save you time, money and worry on your
"Don't you see' young lady how Extracts, Burnett's Cake Coloring. satisfied. '
it is for this young man to expect p. m. The Above Are All Fresh Stock building operations. Our clients are
to pay $(5 a month rent on $t5
a month salary' ?" Shop Have this you season'located Mrs.If not, Phone 203 No. 8 W. Church St.

The girl shook her head. "But I you do. l-
like this apartment," he said "I
want it, and I am going to have it." IMIIMIIIIIMMIIIIIMMIIIIMIIMIIIIimmiMIMToDay
The thing really happened. Sal

ary loan companies, county prosecutors I : G. C. Montgomery
and penitentiary wardens know INVESTMENTS offer
"what happened next," in hundredsof we you

similar canes. Municipal: and Indu We have employed the service of G. C. Montgomery for
There Is some hope that this boy
hunlmndns unved. houoer. Honl1't!' :Mortgage on QUALITY! : our painting department. Cnrs overhauled and painted.
Said the landlord: "My I 1ml, take
nn "Id ititth'i advice neat some "cmtttli \'tt Property.H . SERVICE! Prices for Ford, $10.00 to $20.00; Any cars $10 to $50.

for $:l'-n month 1\llIllIn' nn the other I .
|:2ft.: Ami' m"n I "per cent. :
PRICES
nut up any Mil, either.\ :
"1'rach her butt one ,I.IIfIII l.uywmth Inh'r.ttl upon \'\' .' CHALMERS MOTOR CAR CO.
Jllllt eMnrtly I b"IP ,I"IIItt"1I anti t..rww.,+w
till 11\,1 .rt't'urily.
''HI toots'' t U 1111\\H'1t
'I 1 11..t. story miiitul. ildlfulmn, but It The Co-Opertive Produce Co. Freeman V. D. Phillips Mgru
U. nlimiluMy, (tiue, U 'U valuable \bpi> 1 HIAH, I', DOW) ,
ruiue It rngtltaslses| lwithe(| cause The I'fopU" Nittlonnt W, 8. DeWUt Mer. No. 10 E. Church Bt IMIONE 417MMiMMMMMMMMMMIMMMIHMiMIMHMMMll EAST cnuncn BTKEET IMIONE UlTHE
Hint the cute' uf much extravagant l
llvlnu whhh. leads. to tragic comeiuenrei. t I

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LOOKING AT ORLANDO I vanced, for the next meeting. Smith's Growing co-operation among churches I
I left front tire suffered a puncture on will at once rid all communities of
I the return trip. Reese again delivered such intolerant men."
THROUGH THE PERISCOPEIt his poem, following Brod's boast This assertion by Rev. John M. I JJT

that be was born on the east coast Moore, of Nashville, Tenn. was vigorously I
of Maryland, and at ten o'clock applauded
today at the
fire is quite likely that "City," the which is a necessary evil for the se-I I Thursday night the Boosters had arrived tional conference of the Commissionon na- Ii
department's new pup, will re curing of all federal buildings. in Orlando. Church and Country Life. Rev.
ceive a fine new collar for Christmas,
is "on the square," as is Gainesvilleall Seriously, the Periscope never Moore was one of several speakerswho
several of the boys and friends of the
glimpsed such splendid .
business houses being country attacked the spirit of aloofness
department grouped
having expressed a desireto Ocala and Gainesville are good clean maintained by some churches, and Sturdy as the Oak"Fours
around the
start court house-and
a Christmas fund for this to all
towns in a most excellent and healthy who urged further federation of religious -
purpose.It appearances is a prosperous city. condition, the development of the soil organizations. Henry Wal-
-0- For some distance between Ocala is progressing to an amazing extentin lace, Des Moines agricultural editor Sixes and Eights-Speeders, Roadsters and Touring Cars.
was the Periscope's pleasure and Gainesville the roads are rough Alachua county, all along the 128 and former member of Roosevelt's $795 to $1570, F. O. B. Factory.
Wednesday take a trip to Gainesville and treacherous, which made Rose miles of the Dixie highway housesare life
country commission in
in a driven b drive all the faster an ad- In the Oakland you get power with the added
sea-going Hupp, y and which Induced going up, every city and town dress deplored the system! of feeling that you
drive
that fearless chauffeur Walter W. Joe Reese to recite loafing 1 seems to be singing a cheerful tune and urged longer leases for the best looking car on the road. The Oakland Northway
Rose. To get an insight into tha I down the Wabash seated In the of prosperity! ahd progress and vying The conference will dose tenantr'j Motor speeds up td 2,500 revolutions per minute but that I Is only

there character is of one's fellows we beliete tern. ," etc.,, a poem. drafted by an With the ,ahothetin hew_ business i with an address! bv President "half'nll".the. ,.19''i story.. oIt"of .tilt..t.the. wonderful.... t.... &...I.responsive....... i... H., power....... _a. .L.of u.the_. iI.1 Oakland 0.". ,
nothing )Ikea tour to a good Indiana bard) ahd It was here! that blocks ahd t lld! heU. Leesbtirg! is Business sessiohs! bf the ftkUUt'tbftthiiHe & -' '" Q.\I &;IIIU" "'II IIIU'UC l Ul muspowenul mattel
toads meetihf with a baker's dutch the first UhbUasshthess bf the tMf) fnakihg remarkable pio tese.! EUstIs bt the Federal' fotiheil bf f.1 With I its t small bore long stroke ahd l large valves! speed? of wvelu=
bf boosters.! One Is quit likely td 6 tUtt'd. Mh ftleie'i tecital of hIt Is a husUiflg! town, and everywhere! ChUfthes! Will end then! sled bolls means a eontihuaus flow of jhower, it means hot only smeeth
diseoteF be/of! the trip ehdi! that the puEnt wag IhtlfftipteJ by Judge( eehditittni: l looked mighty goad td us. I going en the l level 1 wad, but a hill climbing ability unupa ed,

rnftst tJfOSate! perseH baH felte! poetry! ChtIley'. who laid that\ he wee F@: I I Hut the! mere t territery the Peri- I IftWM HUMW!: ttlJMJftm NCO' ('it
and that HllleS! means!! HblhlHM, .,; HtBF minded ef .a MBF?: ftcese pfempll! seepe! *UM the! better are we !salu\ : 1U 1'IIM ItAI@I;II
than aFsunti-thi\ !: ifele diseuisian i all dr leFt d I that the Judge *a a paelfi: f fled that life in Orlande I ii wu tit a Oakland

tewiflg{( baek te\ the prefteMlwn that t cut, lAd the hill Taft ef Florida! : In: I trip ef m mile!!! in I lew than two Rem:=Cardinal F Ii1(1"( Hart:
(hit i le 8 free teuntryt\ I Mead ef taking @ If the reader! will t tear with Ng feiH tFtltt!t=er, w@ mean thrw t (h emehewtha ( the greater city en t the glebe,1 tarring Home t tonight{ t after again seeing! I Pep{ *
few mingles\ .awl furlifviralnt themaelvev i" ynkM word pI f the EystU: editor none- t PenedietTh! .. cardinal'" aid$ t that he Fours and Sixes
,
cancelling' "4 IHlpUQR tlJ about Ne felow) I
Mmr in ,
ft trust t
*u* (the !heftier< Pf l
a pepnl
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I the I'trjicap: -hit haunt. fTllliS"i8Qr are not only pawerfuli they are the most t strikingly handsome
we briefly 4i m),
cribs 4Nde.1heneY, referred! } t the WIt.JjUN'l: () $ AIUI1Lba) WIht''f c1napCINFEIkNGq ( Emperor William and aU' recom- jars pn the road .
what activity happens,) @one( mailer |q Mr. Urodwater, who sided ( ) : I I I mcndatfons for
to and returning from the 'Iuart.rl( with |"{e 11I8 became! they occupied tha I It |II understood peace.that Cardinal 1,-Flying Wedge Mnea Give Least Wind IteaUtanre
yon
meeting of the Central) Florida Highway same sent, And then, to make matters I Ilartmann probably will see Prince :2!,-Iow Center of Gravity with Usual Horn! Clearance
AiiocUtion:{ at Uainei! illa worse, Yearby tore up the only Columbus, ()., pec. 10.-"The nar* I yon Iluelow, Herman ambassador to 3.-(Jrent Htren Mffht Weight
Wednesday and Thursday, of the row, offensive church sectarian and I. Motor
i I copy Tampa Tribune because Italy, In itierland.. -High Speed with Great Power
The driven were MOM Overstreet he asserted that there Was hot one denominational! bully can no longer 5w-Kconomy: with Luxury
In a Packard, Mike Smith In a Cadll I''word I about the golf tournament at represent ChrlitlaHty In this country, ,
I lae, and Walter whatever their church (lead the Morning >Sentinel for ttu Theca nre Oakland point of .SUI'KHIOUITV; { nil of which
. Rosa In a Huhp. Un :i itil Tnmhn. Wo Were imlntf In u flnnilItoade affiliation ;mews, tile a week delivered. found In no other nre
car
Lake county was reached )Hose lethe d 1 meeting and 'Y..rlIU ab;> II I
tiroceulon. There wa no picking' itorbed in (lilt, Huch ulinti-lutely I LET: its f siimv YOU-Till': CAn IS WAITING

of orange along' the highway ba* unbearable occurrence forced ua to
reuse we did not desire to lace our drive on for many mile without talk ACCIDENT: :
reputation by being& drugged from Ing but continually bumping HEALTH J. B. Magruder Jr.

the Highway meeting by A Lake' 1 I I Peeling that he had assumed a LIAU1LITY AUTOMOIIII.K; ,
county sheriff on warrant sworn out comfortable lead] over the other Hone IMIONI: :U
by apostles of Clarence- Weodn' garni- I I drew up at the top of an Alachua PLATE GLASS BURGLARY ,

asphalt road We- brought our own county mountain, rained the hood of PROPERTY DAMAGE WORKMAN'S COMPENSATION:
orange along, or, AI Yearly put it, his Hupp and rubbed the engine: on
"the other lemon." i f his coat sleeve in order to make it
At a point within smelling distanceof stop sputtering At this instant Mr FORAGE GROCERY COMPANY
EustU: { there was a division in the Smith in his Cadillac, which took the
road Rose turned the nose of hi. hills like a beggar eats pie, drew Georgia Casualty
Hupp north, while Smith, tiring of I alongside and delivered a remarkably CompanyGEO.

the dust, turned south, and Rose, disconcerted long speech, L e., he told us that all I
followed suit. /roads lead to Gainesville but that he
At Eustis received A. HUTCHINSON, General Agent. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
we our first and Overstreet were not trailers.
view of Mr. Woods. The editor of.' Brother Booster Ramsey, who toso Orlando
up Florida
I ,
Telephone 638. 21 W. Church St.
the Eustis
Lake
Region, who has i placent and "blundering" (to quote
highly complimented and advertised I the orator from Eustis who later de Room 4 and 6 Watkins Block Phone 700
Orange county's brick roads by flatteringly ': Glared he wasn't) individual, refilled

reminding us that we were i his Wellington (pipe) and agreed Meat DepartmentHOME
being chefeed to death by an imagi- that it was a good thing to reach ------
nary brick trust and that a brick roadis [ Gainesville before the meeting -- -----1
was
good only for the ash barrel, is i over. This irritated the Periscope's : DRESSED HENS, per pound . . . . . . . . . . 22c
about six feet two inches tall, wears pilot and he proceeded to SPRING CHICKENS, per pound . . . . . . . . . . . . 25c
spectacles, a mustache much the Alachua county orange instanter.pick an. PORK HAM, per pound - . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15c
worse for wear, and a brown hat. At Gainesville the first man we met I ORLANDO ROOFINGAND FLORIDA PORK STEW, per pound . . -. . . . _ . .12'/ e
In addition he wears a stand-up col- I was that good old soul, Perry, of Fort FLORIDA PORK ROAST, per pound, any kind . . . . 15c
lar, a white tie, and reminds us some- Myers, who had preceded us and was WESTERN ROUND STEAK, per pound . . . . . . . 23c
what of a busy drummer. Mr. Woods on the job. The assignment of rooms SHEET WESTERN PORK CHOPS, per pound . . . . . . . 20c
deigned to nod at us and later asked was easy for the hotel clerk but the METAL CO. WESTERN PORK SAUSAGE, per pound . . . . . . . 20c
Weathersbee if he were from Ocala. question of apportionment caused FLORIDA ROUND STEAK, per pound _ . . . . . . . 17c
Knowing the road to Ocala Woods FLORIDA SIRLOIN STEAK, or PORTERHOUSE STEAK 17c
some trouble. Brodwater, Reese, I
took the lead, much to the discom- Overstreet and Ramsey, by Metal Slate. Tile. Tin. Asbestos. FLORIDA ROAST BEEF,.Best.. per pound . _ . . . 15c
some inexplicable ___ _____
1.'I.011In.i.... rJllTru........ ... .un, C!... .
more 01 our trio 01 cnauneurs, and cause, drew the room to - &-& .v"' .v.n. VIIC vuunu . . . . . . . . .10e
it was only fate and Rubber Roofings LEG OF LAMB, per pound
by that we ever the east of the one occupied by Col.! .
MUTTON
caught up with him. For a time he Woods, while the others secured SHOULDER ROAST, per pound .
was hedged in with Rose in front and rooms a comfortable distance from Cornices Skylights Healing, Ventilating, U'lal Ceilings BOILED HAM, per pound '
followed by Overstreet,, and Smith. the explosion which resulted about 2 LBS. TRIPE for .25c

lIe continually looked behind him, two a. m. when Mr. Woods deliveredan Works: 14( E. Church St. ORLANDO 2 HOME LBS MADE COD-FISIIfor SAUSAGE IN LINKS, per pound . . . . . 15c
| fearing pursuit, or that we might decide ultimatum for less politics and .
to kidnap him and demand a ransom more sleep. SAUER-KRAUT, bulk per pound ... .
from the Standard Oil company.However The peculiar part of the first night -- Fresh shipment of Mixed Pickles, Sweet and Sour, Sweet
Ocala was well workedup was that Judge Cheney and his good Mixed and Dill Pickles and Olives in bulk. I
over the wet and dry election, and friends Chubb disappeared, which was CREAMERY BUTTER per : and 40c
on many a face there were signs of the better part of valor. They actually Whatever Else You Buy for SHIPPED FRESH COUNTRY EGGS, per dozen ..
grievous disappointment. With Ma- obtained eight hours sleep despite EGGS. :3 J dozen for .$1.00
rlon county dry there Is not a wet the sandwiches and coffee OLEOMARGARINE, per pound .. .23cA :
county between Jacksonville and served at the Masonic ChristmasYou
Temple
i visit
Tampa. Therefore, the Central Florida hut why imperil our circulation to our store will make you a

Highway Association feels that It lint? must' have Christmas Cnrd i. Our line this year Is regular customer.
hilt accomplished tomethlng, and this The convention was it hummer. C. more! varied. und beautiful than ever before.

the may sand-oil be looked follower upon AI a triumph by Wood It. RoblnHon and the Judge handled The early chopper iret! the! cream of the .stuck Whether Phone
and he 638
properly mined
to
1 Ocala' has a fine poitofTlce which t be i A good editor. The Highway pro Adelation *- you buy or not. It Is n pleasure to have you nee our magnificent

grieved our tyt and reminded u* had! 1,201 member. after display!
that holes were 'bring drilled! In Weathernbre
Joined. Ilrodwater
government, lot nt Orlando | th'j moved that tha association accept W. S. BRANCH

tory to the usual red tape procedure Oral,,'. Invitation, the only one ad- TilE AttrAtiR nOOK ANII Mtmtn nrnrte/ Sentinel Want Arl. (if .R,t aI11.. 'Ocl
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Mechanical ToysTrains Dolls! Dolls! Dolls!

Toy Boats, Men, Dogs, Autos, Animals, Purses Jewel BoxesLadies

Cannons that Shoot, Cornets, Trombones Undressed Kid Body, Full Jointed, Bisque ,

Velocepedes, Automobiles, Irish Mail, Carts Tea and Dinner Sets, Toy, Aluminum Cook- Dolls, Dressed Dolls of All Sizes and Prices. Neckware, Hose, Handkerchiefs, Etc.

ing Ware and Dishes. % in Holiday Boxes. Men's Initial Handker-
Rocking Horses, Doll Carriages, Trunks, SCHOENHUT ART DOLLS
chiefs, Neckties, Suspenders and Hose, in
Kitchen Cabinets, Furniture, Tool Chests,
Fancy Boxes.

Chairs, Pianos, Horns, Drums, Doll Beds. '

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ORLANDO CONCItETE I I OAK CKOVK: VOTKS: FOH CO KAISKU: TO VISIT 1MU8SKL8: MIMMMIIIIMMMIMMIMMMMIMIMMMMMMMMMMMMMIMMMMIMIMi ++
PULSOHY. EDUCATION I'I I
WORKS I I Amsterdam via London, U\('. 10.=

Phone 195 Tampa, Ice CompuUory education Emperor: William will vUlt Brussels! i "No Nursery Tree Is A First-Class Tree ;
107 Song St.
$ has Again parried in n llilU- from )December 19 to 22, according to

borough county special tax district, the Belgian correspondents of Dutch
with practically no opposition. Official newspapers He will also visit the
Contractor for AH Classes' of returns from the Oak Grove neighboring parts of Belgium, including I Unless Budded :

Concrete Uuildinjrs.' All ; school district election, where the the field of Waterloo, it i is said. I
to the voters Special police already have arrivedat ,
Work First Class question was put up '
were not available this morning, but Brussels: to act as a guard for the : ' + .L'x '' from Bearingtrees

AlsoIanufacturers of it was reported to the county super. emperor.

Concrete Building Blocks of every intendent's office that there was onlyone i I
vote cast against the proposition.Oak ; DANISH STEAMER SUNKLondon.The of knofcvn
dc\ White Way Posts, a
I.11s. districtto
drove is the third rural I I 4 a 3.
Gates and Fence Posts Lawn vote for compulsory education the Danish steamer 4 d
Benches Art Work Faces ofany first being Oak Ridge and the second I Minsk has been sunk. The crew was
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size or design. Walks, Steps, Wilmauma.The saved. Quantity and
Oak Grove school district com The Minsk was a steamer with a
Fountains etc.
Fish Ponds,
prises territory west of Armina ave gross tonnage of 1229.: She was
Building Blocks Faced with nue and west of the west coast road owned in Copenhagen. The vessel of Pro.
Granite Coquina. Gravel or ;, branching off from the Sulphur'. sailed from Blyth. England on November '- t d'j Quality

any other material. Call and see Springs loop at the DeSoto hotel 13, but shipping records do

samples. farm abut a mile north of West not give her destination. .. '
I. .$.. ''
Tampa city limits. The Oak Grove r duction.O.W.Conner. .
school is about a mile beyond the Mrs. Jasper Barugh, formerly Miss" !
N''
Plans and Estimates MadeConvinced Drew subdivision in the West Tampa Ethel Kendall, director of the art department I .
district. I I Rollins College, is now living I .
with her husband and two children .
----- -- ---- Beautiful Christmas gifts at the at Wuswell Hill London In a .
Trees like these will work for while sleep. They can't be
you you
Tuttle Gift?Shop, second floor Yowell- recent letter to Miss Brebner she said
Duckworth building. I12.8tfcGOVERNMENT that her husband had joined a volun. grown overnight; it takes time. Contract for YOUR supply NOW.

and went evening -
teer regiment every
BATTLE
TO BUILD -
to drill practice while she herself
"Yes. said the specialist as he SHIPS
stood by"the sick contractor, "1 can Washington D. C.-The two super- was taking a course of Red Cross Two years ago in their advertising and by actual demonstration THE OCKLAWAIIA
work.
cure"What you.will it cost" asked the sick dreadnaughts authorized by the last NURSERIES began to educate the public as to what really constituted a real, first-class

man faintly. dollars." congress will be built by the New BUILDERS* SUPPLIES nursery tree of citrus fruits. The public when shown in our test groves what could be accomplished -

"You"Ninety-five will have to shade your pricea i York and Mare Island navy yards. by planting trees as they are grown in our nurseries began to call for, yes, DEMAND
the two ships were
the contractor. "I Contracts for Remarked builder: Your way of
got little a better replied bid from the undertaker." ,let late yesterday by Secretary of the furnishing a a complete bill is the only trees that were properly propagated l TODAY nurseries that have not been in existence -
The specialist stood pat on his price I I Navy Daniels after a conference with way. Lumber sash doors brick, five years are clamoring "PEDIGREED" for their strong suit in nursery pros uc
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the job. I shingles, hardware, lime paints etc.,
And his competitor cot
We are specialists in our line of'' President Wilson. all from one place saving the cash tion. What would YOU do in their place, Mr. Planter? Why of course you would sell your
work and sanitary conditions prevail.It I I I Bids submitted by the government discount and petting guaranteed de trees and adopt the surest method. nut you are a BUYER, not a SELLER, and YOU ARE
the safe within the limit of cost Estimates furnished free. Cook
will pay you to stay on yards came livery.
I fixed by congress' for each ship- & Co., Christ Building.-12-10-Gt. interested in the very best result you can get from your grove when you have spent your

side.Orlando $7, OOOOo-while bids of 'all private time and money to bring it into bearing.
I builders exceeded that amount. Both 191.: FORD) RUNABOUT Then do not be mislead by claims intended for that purpose alone, but buy your trees where

ships' nre expected to 1 lit completed you are absolutely safe. Get them from (the OCKLAWAIIA NURSERIES, the originators

Steam LaundryFRENCH :within thirty-four months. Original North Knot I: cot! starting, t.o.h. Orlando.U and lightIng 0.00 of proper practices in propagation for the express: purpose of producing the one thing

Secretary DnnleU announced that system ,.,,...,.,-..u Inrt.Oft in the market nr t.cln1t1'Cruil' and plenty of It.
DRY CLEANFUSLAUNDERERS congress would l ho asked to appro.prlate Shock nlmorber ,,., *..,. .. IK.oO Florida need: ;
: about about (1,000,000 to equip Seat (' ,. 12.0 Our trees: will cost you more, may be flCtl'l1tn thirty cents more, but Professor Shnmel'awork .

PMONK 88 I the Philadelphia)' yard for bat- Thief Pointed radiator------------lock ,. -- :3.60:t.no I in California has demonstrated that an Increase of GO per cent can be obtained our
proof -
tlflihip construction. ? i *ay, over the ordinary method of propagation What then U the fifteen to thirty cents In

I Total cost ---,____ur___..$ 44.00 comparison? CATALOGUE FnEE-\\; ito for it.Ocklawaha !
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S. Helen Graves .11IF'OU GOING TO HAVE YOUU Driven only !six month What will
FAIR you give me in cash? Address"Henry
HOWARD'S
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Shampooing, Manicuring, Facial Massage : BABY SHOW? Ford care Sentinel

modern, Scalp scientific treatment principals.given under My That Baby: Show, at the coming The want ad's the thing.
treatments have given entirely satisfactory Five County "Fair is going to be some NurseriesO.

results. An electrical body show. I ._ .
have caught on -
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and Lots of people -
wil relieve congestion
massage and Howard's Studio is stacking up
wonderful for neuralgia and '
is cure
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It stimulates pictures galore.Is W. Conner- Proprietor, Tangerine, Florida.
troubles.
every
nervous ENTRICANLICENSED
child in it? If not it is W. T.
your
organ in the body and brings back to

you Prices good for circulation.switches of the Just best try quality one.- your All fault.children under eight years.Saturday CONTRACTORfor WRIGHT Orlando Florida
on aplication. Apointments can Country and as well Wendesday.as city children.Absolutelyno G. G. Agent, ,

be made by phone 679. Hours 9 to charge. You are favoring us. PAINTING DECORATING ETC.
12 a. m.lto6p.m.
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68 of these lots were sold during the last two seasons from $200 to $425per lot.
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air of good quality, style, taste and refinement. Whether
cnn show you such nn array of attractive, appro
Ladies Suits and Dresses, it be Shirt Neckwear, Hosiery, Gloves, Sweaters, Underwear,
priate and useful Gifts on our 3rd: Floor nil you have
Silks and Serges, All The or what not, excellence will show itself in every line.
Latest Models never neon before. The very things your friends and
The standard creations and novelties, from the hands of
loved ones have been longing for. And they're here
the best makers are here. Men!\ who want the latest and most

$8.50 SUITS OR DRESSES FOR.... ......$ 7.25 correct Ideas in Haberdashery turn at once to this store NOW in abundance. Come now and make your selection

$9.00 SUITS Oil DUESSES FOR .......... S 7.75 expecting their wants to be supplied.THEY'RE while everything i Is new and the stocks are complete.

$9.50 SUITS OR DUESSES FOR .......... $ 8.25
BEAUTIFUL BANQUET, LIBRARY AND TABLE
$10.00 SUITS OR DRESSES FOR.... ..... $ 8.50
METAL AND MAHOGANY.
LAMPS
tg $11.00 SUITS OR DRESSES FOR.... ..... S 9.25

$11.50 SUITS OR DRESSES FOR.......... 12.00 $3.00 to $25.00LIBRARY c )

$15.00 SUITS OR DRESSES FOR.... .....$12.75 C 9

$16.00 SUITS OR DRESSES FOR.......... 513.50 TABLES, FUMED OAK, WICKER ANI

$16.50 SUITS OR DRESSES FOR.......... $13.75 FIBRE

$17.50 SUITS OR DRESSES FOR.......... $15.25 \% $5.00 to $30.00
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$39.50: SUITS OR DRESSES FOR.....,..., S$33.50 BEAUTIFUL LINE OF BRASS GOODS IN SMOKING

$12.50: SUITS OR DRESSES FOR ........ .. $33.75 while selecting is good. SETS,FERN DISHES,UMBRELLA STANDS,SHEARS,

SUITS OR DRESSES FOR......... $34./5 Only a few more days until Xmas. Let us show you SILVERWARE, JAPANESE BASKETS, PICTURES
$15.00 AND CUT GLASS.
$17.50 SUITS OR DRESSES FOR........... 36.50 Six pairs of Holeproof Hosiery, guaranteed six months. We CHINA IN FRENCH, GERMAN AND JAPANESE,

$50.00: SUITS OR DRESSES FOR...........40.00 are able to give you an assortment of six different colors. BEAUTIFUL LINE; THIS HAS TO BE SEEN TO BE

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Highland Grove Sunday school will ROBINSON & BEARDALLATTORNEYAT.LAW

t *WinterParkNews meet at 230 p, m. today.Mr. .


and Mrs. A. H. Goss and Mr.
No. 4 West Pine Sreet
and Mrs. II. W. Owens were arrivalsin

Orlando yesterday afternoon on

. the Tampa Special coming from Boston Phone 161

Mass. This is their
first visitto
F t Daily Budget Of Items Concerning this section but it is their intention t

to remain in the land of perpetual DAVIS & GILESATTORNEYSATLAW
The Town And Rollins College sunshine until spring.

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Mrs. J. J. Johnson and Mrs. Clarke i r v
ROLLINS LOSES TO SOUTHERN M. E. CHURCH HAD 239 NEW were among the arrivals in Orlando Phone 72 J4

Tampa, Fla., Dec. .-(Special to MEMBERS FOR YEAR yesterday afternoon on the Tampa %
Rooms 5, 6, 7, 8,-
\ Sf'ntinf'L-ln a fast game this afternoon Special coming from ''Watertown !,.
Davis & McNeill Block Hear Curfew and
on Plant Field, Rollins College (Continued from page 1) Mass. They have been coming to this

eleven was defeated by Southernby Grand total all departments, last city for several seasons and have a

a score of 26 to 0. Lewis, Rollins! year 58 host of friends who are extending The Twins"

; star tackle, suffered an injury tot them a warm welcome upon their re

his ankle, weakening the defense of Increase 99 turn. They are pleasantly located at Victor Starbuck at the Annual PCfctJ
I the Blue and Gold. The Rollins boys Ep worth LeaguesOur 201 West Central avenue.
i left immediately for Winter Park. Senior League began the year ATTORNEY-AT-LAW

with 44 members. We close with GO TO SUNDAY SCHOOL Phone 161 Y. W. C. A. Bazaar f

ROLLINS GIRLS CHEER FOR ABSENT 77, giving us an increase of 33, while The Methodist school is down to ,

ELEVEN i the Junior League by reason of our 'date. Its music is life itself. You No. 6 W. Pine St. :Orland. Fla Lyman G'mnasium-RoIIins College

An interesting sidelight on the inability to secure a suitable superintendent should hear that fine orchestra. One

l game at Tampa occurred after the will report an organizationof of the selections will be "Prayer" IIII Monday, December 13th

girls' basket ball practice yesterday 30 members but no increase. Our from "Joan of Arc" by Gouncd. Its II
r afternoon when all of the girls gathered League has paid $70 for missions worth hearing. i 3to7:30P. M.

in a circle and gave a number of and has raised a considerable sum for
R. RAY WHITE
ENTERTAINMENT: CANDY
rousing cheers for the victory of the other work. d
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFYFOR (
Blue and Gold eleven in the struggle Missionary SocietiesThe ATTORNEY-AT LAW REFRESHMENTS: FANCY WORK
with Southern elevenon various Missionary Home and
then in progress RENT-Large, pleasant' fur.
( Plant Field dt Tampa. The following Foreign, and Ladies' Aid workers of nished rooms, with private family Room 44
were noted among the fair our church have been active all the lose in. 302 North Orange avenue.
Rollins "fans:" The Misses Kitty year and will make a good showingas 12-12-tfc Watkins Block Orlando, Fla. &? &&g GSIisnto MIIII; tin'' .iiii11I1u' .1i1 I'

Davis Winifred Hanchett Elsa Sie- the result of their honest and
OFFICE MAN WANTED for mill 9- 5.3. ,
earnest efforts. Owing to their efforts
wert Antoinette Harbour Verga
office at l/jckhart, .Fla. Address
West and Marjorie Tallman. on behalf of the church debt t.y letter only giving full information Worthington Black manATTORNEYAT.LAW
', i IItOYAL they have found it somewhat more Overstreet Crate Co., Orlando, IIMMMMMMMMMMMIIIIMIMMIMtMIMi
"+ NEIGHBORS: TO ORGAN. difficult to raise distinctively missionary 'la. 12-12-tfc

I7.KA money than has sometimes been
ROAD MARK: FOR SALE-Well
meeting will be held at Hooker the case.! But their financial showing bred, attractive bay marc. Wil1rORel. Phone 617 i "Mere Man"Give ---

i Memorial Hall tomorrow night at 7 is nevertheless highly creditable. 12 miles' an hour on her courige. Rooms 13 and 14 Yowell-Duck
o'clock, for the purpose of organizing Public Ministration Kind and gentle. Trot and gallop
local branch of Royal Neighbors, Attendance during! the year on nil under saddle. Sell at a bargain, worth Building.
a Him
i UsefulIt
IIr trade' for high class !acted saddler. ; Something i
the auxiliary organization to the Modern public ministrations of flic gospel! has It R. llerrington: Kissimmee.!
Woodmen. Mrs. Eastman: of Ft. been exceptionally good. Our people 2-12-lt*

Cloud, la In charge of the organlza. have responded to all the sacraments Phone 72
i is to All he
', easy! please a man wants i is something .
PERSIAN: RUG (TOR S.U.IAn
lion of the lodge and linn already secured 11 nd ordinances of the church. Our
. the named of more than twenty fall revival campaign resulted in a Imported) Kermanshn, 9x12, nt Useful. The selection of suitable gifts for men Is apt

ladle whe are to become charter great awakening and quickening of II arpet great....eIJ sacrifice.ttnlfnt.Yowell-Duckworth 12-12-lt' Paul V. HutchinsAttorney to be n puzzling problem for. the ladles.If .

members. A number more are con- our spiritual life, and a large Ingath-
nMrrlntf joining and Indications are sting! of tnembet-s. .PIANO( I'Olt HALM and Counsellor nt Low he In I n Btnoker-C10AUS{ nre nlwnys in order

that the local orgnhUatlnti will hateR 1 Inances An "1I'tI."tlhthi.. Rteck: rtmke. : 1'lt'KS, CIO Alt CASKS, Hint other Items of smoker1 BUW! *
strong membership, i'ltrtly. owing to war ronditlotn, ,''rice $rn. (U treat lit tjtlt Itt. 'tot*''t M It.. Davis( & McNeil! ItidJe
I. kMmmee, 12-12-11 pile.4 hre also nfcejitttblt1,
.and lo the t lltHtit bUr last year'sfruit ells street, !' :
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A1..UAtttt.t1'tFWtr.U. : pittVIii'I'hh ( stop| ntinliflfll l ttmttpM hate MAll'WrY; IIAKOIIB make excellent Klfts, MilA VINUHUI'I'.It

, flflPHitiiiH, ttt' 4 I.W! HIP weekly butt tlithJ this! )ref, lit UHflHtlt), aselsewitrre
; HAW imUSIILM ) I
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Ih HolKlrt ftlitl the t'hUtt'h
settle will l be. held nl' Khuwtei Unit "
fir Mt'CnIHipll( |Ilit-tOf t hf HIP Flfst Inn. felt the I'lfoouiPi' 'Hint' oar HM Dr. F. F. Thompson THAVKIilNd( 8HT8, CAMKUAB& KTO, eom in the Ikl '

1'iexliHeiiait, eltuFelt of (Of)Hondo, will I'tiit' in the HtfUFPtfrile will ,frill, below. of inw'tintl' gift imiHta for men.
HililipM. Ultt I .Mutknta ((11"v''Inman, a ldt. JreKFV' however, 1 I.*. due rather ((0 N Dentist

former Hollin student.| I I.*. to ppeml I the fiat that+ t 'Urge pyms we rewl In Don't worry about th$ men, Come in ami see our

the day, here (May Alllt l may lie |pertauade4 I 1014 far I'HiWing operatluna, 'prmtlrlv' pf New York stock! It will purest ,just what they need,
liy hi* many friend* to t aka .
aaln@ part in the vesper ervlce, All financial claim! will he met in THE" LUCERNE lift I SOUTH ORANGE "giIOi' KAMA"1
full which
represent an aggregateof
Over Curtis & O'Neal'sOR.
>E, W. Packard arrived last night more than $1 0,000, The confer

from New York where he has been ence passed a strong resolution com

for the past few weeks on business. mending the pastor's and presiding -

Mr, Packard will probably remain in I elder's efficiency and asked for their TOMORROWA

Winter Park for the rest of the win. reappointment another year, .,
ter and will superintend the remodel. i They also, by a unanimous vote, LUCERNE PHARMACY

ing of his residence which is to be invited the next ensuing annual con

entirely renovated and modernized by ference to hold its 1916 session in Or
BIG FOUR PART SPECIAL
,. Contractor Henry Green. lando. U H. RAMSDEU ; PHONE 2. WE GIVE TRADING CHECKS :
Boy Scouts FEATURE
TODAY'S SERVICES AT WINTER Connected with the church work OPTOMETRIST ; When in Kissimmee visit the Palace Drug Store. '
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there two of I ORLANDO FLORIDA
are troops Boy Scouts.
PARK CHURCHES "THE BARNSTORMERS"5c ..
Troop No. 3, Jas. N. Burden scout- K LENS IlillllllllllllllllllllMIIMIIMMIMMIIIIIItllMMMIIMMMIMMMM

master; Frank Roach assistant, was
First Baptist ChurchC. .
organized in 1913 and maintains a f1Tnr r w,rp.ntfllfn MMMM"MMIMIII IMIIIMMi
T. Douglass; pastor.
strong;, vigorous troop. They have
with 11
Morning; worship, sermon
done good work this having "Same Little Prices" lOc
o'clock. Theme "The Night Passageof year
the Sea." raised and expended about $50. They New Overland l at $800Oversize
SURVEYINGPlating i
meet weekly. On their anniversaryday
Preaching service in the evening at
they carried bunches of
7 o'clock; subject, "A Young Man's many and Sub Dividing Tires i Shock Absorbers and Extra Tire
flowers to the sick. Troop No. 4, Jos.
Dream. The college students will attend
Voodnick scoutmaster with Howard
the evening service at this PROMPT AND ACCURATE
Lindsay, assistant organized in
church. i was WORK Buick 40 at $400New
I January of this year. They have a
Sunday school meets at 9:45 a. m.;
membership of 12, meet weekly and
F. N. Boardman superintendent. HAL A. IRISHCivil
have been active also in good works. Tires and New Paint I
B. Y. P. U. meeting; at 6:15 p. m.,
will have for leader Aaron Taylor. Both troops maintain an emergency Engineer -
during the fair and during the
camp ,
lesson from
The Scripture Malachi
recent state W. C. T. U. meeting act GRANDTOMORROW
47 Watkins RIdg., Orlando, Fla.
3rd.Come ed as and escorts. Park Auto Co.
in and worship with us, andif pages f Winter f

a stranger stop after service and
NOTICE 10 CONTRACTORSSealed
let us get acquainted. F." OPEN DAY AND NIGHTMMMMMMMM'
- bids will be received by the I A. PEPPERCORN
Congregational Church County Commissioners of Orange i
Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. County, January 3, 1916, at 2 p. m., BUILDER and CONTRACTORPhone ' 1 I I I I. . . I" I I I 1.1 I I" I 1..1.IMM .
for bricking; road beginning, at the
Preaching, 11 a. m.; subject,"Freed corporate limits of Orlando on the 37 ---
for Service." east! at Colonial Drive, due east to \.
Y. I' S. C. E., 7 p. m.; Raymond lake[ Barton, approximately three tKLEINEEDISON t
miles, brick to be nine feet wide, with
Meat Market Inc.
Ward, leader; subject, "The Pledge., cement curb. Certified check to accompany Yancey ,
Preaching, by the pastor! to follow theC. bids. The County Commissioners FEATURES L. Percival Hutton
":. meeting, ; subject, "The Relationof reserve the right to reject any OFFERS FULLY PAID UP

Belief to Practice! and By all order bids. of the County Commissioners 37 Liberty St., New York, N.Y T. A. YANCEY, Jr., Pro and Mgr.

Midweek service Wednesday night, of Orange, County Florida. MRS. FISKEIN ORLANDO FLORIDA
7:10: o'clock. (Seal.) II. M. ROBINSON: : ARCHITECT
Reception of members Into the 12-12-4t Clerk of Board. McNeill-Davis Building Orlando Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice
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church next Sunday.0. NOTICE: TO CONTRACTORS I Florida. Florida and Western Meats


Method! Church t'aIPtt.lei" will be received by the ( I Member F. A, A. U'i 1ere, Mali, Poultry, Vegetable*, Same, Etc.
W. ti. Itarre, rmntor. County Commissioners of Orange
Sumlay school 10 a. m. County, Florida, January :.1 I, I\Iltl\ l at "VANITY FAIR" SpMl'l, Attention U Hcttl and Owl .f Tew" Ofd.f.
2 p. m., for claying the road from
Preaching at 11 a. nt, and 7 p. m. (iothrt to Wlndermere, Ma Nehrling's, PNONI$ / iutlmt, l In P. 0. .ox...
Hulijcct for the day", "The Messageof IInl.t toad to .be nine fret wide, ten S.S.JonesChiropractor N..IJ.a.e |jj Clr Ora".. A.., sad Chw,."$",
Mnlarhl. Inches derp, and to I... approved 'by

Com, worship' with usllpl.cnpal the ltllllt", suppMntetidpht,.+.. _The\ County of Commissionersthe road! and. IOc. ISc:\

=-0- the right lo reject any andall
| | Church' \ I>UU.Ily MRS. MARY A. COX
order if the Hoard of County
10 HI 111. Holy Communion\ ,
CoHiml-poht| >r* tit Orange ('ulmt .
11 H, m. Morning,! Prayer and !Litany (Seal.) U. M.' nOmS oN. Graduate of Davenport, la., Col. ANNOUNCES

with sermon, 12.12.4t:! :.! Clerk of Hoard lege.
All Feats are free Every one w*l. A* It la the Fashion to give litoiueg t Room No.
3, Schultz Pldr,
come. HWHALK: I Specialist on Nervous and please At a glance because they are *o Unusual, AlaI Hair Ornament

I have seven thousand choice nursery Dr. C. W. Fain Chronic Diseases that lend charm to the Wearer and Dainty Vesteei. Guimpea and Collar

LOST-In Winter Park or Orlandoi tree, including several' varieties All the Newest Arrival from the Leading. Makers of New York.
one tan cloth raincoat, of orange and grapefruit tree Will DENTIST f
A-G-I on manufacturer's label. ell them in Nursery 4th Floor. Y. D. Building
or any quantity Office Hours 8 to 1%, : to 3.
+ Reward if returned to this office. located at entrance to Fair Grounds 110 Summerlin Place Orlando Fla.
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B. C. Buxton, who has recently arrived :I r = -to'_ :: :
in Orlando from Vermont. F ]
I II { 'ALSPt1J There were three tables of players "Get It At Allen's"
Mrs. Bradshaw winning one prize and
Mrs. Buxton the guest prize, a pretty
silk sewing bag. A chicken salad
SOCIAL) CALENDAR VKSI'KK: .: SERVICE. AT FIRST BAPTIST served. Those who
course was enjoyed

Vesper' Dcrvlccs Today at Baptist' church, 4 William CHURCH Ilranch, THIS Jr., organist.SUNDAY Mrs.Mrs.Carr Itobln Mrs on's Beeman hospitalitywere Mrs. F Foil r L Ladies i iWnitB

p. m.JtCOllnd. Hymn No. 1C I (Congregation Ilradfhaw, Mrs. Westcott, Mrs. Scott,
Tnl.tr, nd.lrr by M r". A. II. standing). and >.cr guest, Miss TnmMyn, Mm.Giles. .
Whitman on "The Civic Importunes Scripture( reading (Psalm 28)), Dr. Mrs. Cobb, Miss Hart Mrs. Me-
or State Federation of Womcn'aClubs
In Florida.' Poulxon. .:wAn, and Mrs Edwards.:
DrrrmhtT 13 Our Prayer (Congregation. stand.Inglf V
.." May, December l buslncaa )1- PROGRAM OP 1ONG PEOPLE'SrORlIM .: :
111t't'Unlt, .1 I'.. m.TurMUy leader-Almighty God Thou who art l POR DIU'EMIIER: : 13

I'MH-llcllrnlc, S.,.n December Juan (;irkll.II.H p. m. Acquainted with the secret desire Duo-Mis* Eliza: Wright and Mr. Ivory Watch Bracelets
SnronU Club Current Tcnlcn Mr. of every heart, Frank Smith.ReadingMrs.. o .
l Florence lieardall, Mra. A. I I. Mai- r.onarroJrAUon-The Inner ambition Belle Hill

lory Emma: Mm.I.I Hnlner.Wrdneiuiay Cameron. Mann; and MU and purpose of every life; t'bato-HUuolvt'J, that the British Convertible Into a regular watch, or can be worn on

December IS. I*-Thou knowest too, our every Crown was justified in seizing the GOODS neck chain; twenty and twenty-five year and solid gold
Bridge Luncheon Club, Mra. Merle burden and need. meats of the Chicago beef barons and V cases f
McElroy hoate. C.-Hear Thou our prayer of confession confiscating the same in September
Circle "Dr. U. W. CHRISTMAS GOODS ARE
Unity : topic and grant unto HERE j j
'",ley." by Mra. Mary I.. McNeill.D. us Thy last. Affirmative-Mr. R. F. Maguire J
A. It. Jubilee at the home of Mrs. mercy, Miss Mary Conaway. Negative ALLEN & CO. JEWELERS.
A. L. Forde.Welnesday L.-And may Thy forgiving love cov- -:Mr. Frank Smith, Mr. W. S. ,
Card Club, Mrs. J. I. er in both heart and life all that Dewitt. including Comb and Brushes -
Thornton, hostess. II dJ
Bachelor Girls, Miss Norma Gage, Thou seest amiss. -0MENDELSSOIIS- Trays Mirrors, per- ::. ....b.s=E- OJl
hostess. C.-Ta.ke our every desire, motive CLUB
Fortnightly Card Club, Mrs. Hamilton and purpose and turn them into The Mendelssohn Club of Orlando, fume Bottles, Manicure ? -
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Johnson hostess. (
Entre Nous Club, Mrs. J. Y. Cheney, I pure aspirations reaching Heav under the musical direction of Mr. Sets, etc.Make PREPARING: FOR
hostess. I coward even unto Thee. Forrest Dabney Carr, requests the CHRISTMAS NOWI
Men's Open Forum. L.-Control our thoughts, inspire our pleasure of your company on the ?
December 16. selections ' A little touch of here
Thursday lips. evening of their first concert of the early, paint and there
Rosalind Club afternoon party. .. trt r will put the house in shape for the
Christmas party. Twentieth Century C.-Make pure the fountain, so that season when Gaul's sacred cantata and have them put aside a holiday Reason. Let us fill your
Club Mrs. A. R. Rogue, hostess. all the issues from the heart "The Holy City," will be presented in wants in the paint line. We handle
Item and There Club. shall be pure and sweet. the First Methodist church, Thursday for you. only pure goods and can provide you
Country Club dance. L.- Make our whole life a ministry of with every requirement. Our guarantee .
Mendelssohn Club presents Gaul'l"lIoly night. December 16, 1915, at eight goes with everything we sell.
City." redemption and inspiration to o'clock. -
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Mrs. R. II. Scott entertain at bridgein & C. 'Put a new song In our mouth
the necessity of a pipe organ accompaniment Orlando Paint & Wall
honor of Mss Ethel: Tamblyn. u Paper C*
W. C. T. U.: topic, "J'\| f. and| Arbitration this day, for the "Holy City," the irl 205 S. AVlnul
," Mm. J. II. Magrudrr. lender I"=And mny our life resound with I generous( donation of the church by At Orange
munle UK Mini. I Lies' end make. the board of stewards was HeceptH.There 1. COLEMAN KHAN Phone 261
- till world Jt'IIUIIChrl..t I &
Kind through will be no ndmlsulott dmrgrd.
RKDDITT) -DI'.NNISfi: I our Iord. Amen. Knowing the! public's appreciation of > l
A quiet wedding. wits solemnized In. The Chapel Hell (Flower); .b. An. good music and being a liberal nup i
yesterday afternoon nt 1-)0::) o'clock dame Moderate c Meno Mo *oFlntrlrr porter of our efforts in the past, Wt J(:
when MM! Millie )Redditt the attractive ( ); b. AnMirdetnocmfwypPuccini believe the nudiencc will contribute CAREY HANDFUNERAL
daughter. of Mr. and Mrs. P. E. ( )-Mr. Ilranch. liberally' on the night of the concert, I .r
Redditt became the bride of Mr. Austin To Thee We GiveMrs.. Aldredgeand when n "free will offering" will be ;

Pennine, the impressive ceremony Mr. Drcnnen.a. taken to enable us to pay the DIRECTOR
being performed by Father M.! Fox, Humoreske (Frank E. Ward); h. pense of the cantata. eX"I I'.

of St. James Catholic church. Two Numbers from Second Suite We trust! you can arrange to be PharmacyHome AND EMBALMERAll
The bride was tarn l and rained' in (Jns. H. Rogers)-Miss Branch. with us on the night of December 1C,
Orange county and her parents are The Publican (B. Van Dd Water- at the First Methodist church. of the Kodaks
among the pioneer residents of the Mrs. Murphy. --- ;
Lake Howell section. She has cor- I Offertory-Mr. Branch. SOCIETY NOTES: OF INTEREST j I PHONE 20 calls answered Promptly Dayor
dial, vivacious that have Hymn No. 20. :
manners The Entre Nous Club was delightfully ,
made her universally popular.Mr. Lord's Prayer and Benediction. entertained Friday afternoon by Night. Hand Block. 1
and Mrs. Denning left on the Organ postlude.IN Mrs. Donald Cheney at her home on
afternoon train over the Coast Line Lakeview avenue, and all of the members I Orlando Florida.PHONE
for their: future home in Petersburg, HONOR OF MRS. BUXTON Mrs. L. B. Fort, Mrs. W. I). r_ '.'r .
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Va., where they will be welcomed by I Mrs. C. B. Robinson yesterday entertained t>ogee. '11rs T n Mo' 639. RESIUENlEPflONE 457
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many friends of the groom. at bridge in honor of Mrs,.I Mrs. J. R.:Yearby, ir1l'ji: Cheney: THE INCOME I INVESTOR ,
Miss Alta Wright and Miss Roberta -
... liliiiliiitltMiiMlilliMMIIIIIilMMMMIMMMCAN I Branch were In attendance. The club YOU are investing! for income and
prize was won by Mrs. Fort and a desire improved property which I< llitMMIIIIIItiilMMMIMMMMMMMIIMMMMMt
I yields a regular net Income. Our
prettily served supper was had late In service will help you. Cook & Co., r
the afternoon. Mrs. J. Y. Cheney will Christ building M2'8-&t
entertain the club on Wednesday of
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next week FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM O'NEAL

lilies Ella: 8witter-0-, who ban been SpirellaCorsets

upending the summer at her former
home In Phllllpsburg, Pa., returned to

IH Orlando yesterday afternoon, and lethe (Not Hold in stores)
guest of her sister Mrs. 1<'. A. fit
Wear a Corset made to you.
"Bide-a-Wee,
her
Curtis, at home
Ask for demonstration.
a
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Misses Margaret and
on West street.
Ella Switzer are now with the other I Send postcard to CURTIS & O'NEAL

sisters at this hospitable home, and !Mrs. Van fiuskirkCorsetiere
they are expecting to be joined about

the 15th by Mr. O. T. Switzer, their M I Insurance Loans Real Estate
brother, who has been spending the 30S Magnolia Ave. Orlando
e. summer in Pennsylvania.The .
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regular business meeting of Favorite
the Rosalind Club will be held at
three o'clock Monday, December 13.
Miss Ada Bumby, secretary. I MONDAY'S PROGRAM

- Thanhouser. "When Hungry Ham-
ECONOMY The Bridge Luncheon Club will be let Fled. A drama, in two parts.
entertained on Wednesday by Mrs. J. American. "Assayer of Lone Gap." ESTABLISHED ISffMllllllllilllllllllllllliMMMMMMMMIMIMMIM
A western drama, in one part, featuring -
Merle McElroy at her home on Lu-
Vivian Rich.
cerne Circle. Komic. "By Fair or FouL" A com

An ad. in the Moraine Sertteel is a edy.Four good reels of Mutual movies.
BE APPLIED TO AUTOMOBILES, AS WELL AS I IAJ. to alL
cafe investment Five cents ____ ____ __ ___ ___ __ __ __ _ _
Y OTHER NECESSARY BUSINESS EXPENSE. .
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OIL, TIRES AND UPKEEP. F.: I '

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I ASK fOR SAYINGS CHECKS I accompany all gifts at Christmas time. ;:_* :! I _v

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Have you a sufficient supply of engraved cards on rir-

: hand If not, order now and avoid the necessity of } ; /

: writing a card at the last minute. :

: Engraved Visiting Cards and Monogram Stationeryare ;4 ,

most useful and inexpensive Christmas gifts. It is 1i ,
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: not too late to have us fill your order.

-I ; Send for our samples and prices.
210 S. Orange Ave. /

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. I Shopping Practical Gift Christmas '; Shopping

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been extensive. They are reflected not only in the large stocks of holiday merchandise we now present but also in the various arrangements that
Our preparations for Christmas have the of business that accompanies the Christmas season. Additional salespeople have been employed: and they have been well trainedin
have been made throughout the store to meet for press and convenient selection. Everything has been done to facilitate the pleasant and leisurely choosing for your Christmas presents,
their duties. Stocks have been arranged easy '
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I Saturday and londaySpecials L






CKANDMOTIIKIt:
Though probably bordering on the verge of
amirMlUlurt'R 2011 IsTEItThe !
of Life" irandmother'n Interest
the M8ian| would be Intt'n fled\ should nhe re- girl of today In the woman of tomorrow
Chrlntmus morning! something dear so Just nil much consideration will have to be
reive
to her on heart, however simple or Inexpensive. shown her n* Is I shown crown up'. She taken'
have In our stock something ns much Interest-and why shouldn't she--
We feel sure we
that would\ bring hut pleasure. May we pug .... In things thnt become, her-a* her grown up's .
the followings i so she should be studied' Just ai much nun
Rest something like ClllUmKN'H HANIMEUCIIIEFH) { ALL SILK. C1U I'E 1)K CHINK. pleasures are derived from her appreciationof
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'Hath Comfy(Kobe Bllppert_________" $2.711 to M.60Wool Kino' Cnmbrle, Embroidered: in Colors, 2 In Wd like studying our customers wants hUll
Klmonns _____H-.$4.70 to $0,60 dainty Xinnn boxes requirement nnd In response. to numerous' ft Hosiery _______________26c to 12.00
quest we Put, on Snld Htfttln, for Hnturdttv nnd Mfthleure Bet --------$1,ti0 trt $12.60
Special Xmas Price 15c box \ i'ltffuol ..u u_ --__".Plt to 10.00i
Monday only=Our tl'dnIIJUrrhn/I/ of All Silk

Fine Irish Linen, Ihltinl EmMiteftHl, M: In Crejte) tte Chine, In every wnnted dlmtta, and
dainty gift box color, tor street, evening ami reception wear,
A regular $1U5: falirle
Special Xmas price 25c box
For Sat. and Mon. 89 cents der ,
Fine Irish Linen, Embroidered l; Dutch Design! ,
3 and(' 4 colon!*, 3 in gift box

Special Xmas price SOc box PARISIAN IVORY ARTICLESWe :

have made a distinct feature of these .
Ladies' HandkerchiefsHand \ Dainty Toilet Articles and can supply, them

Embroidered Madeira 11 S. edge, Exquisite not only in boxed sets, but In individual pieces, When Brother emerges BROTHER from the embryo
t designs such as Puff Boxes, Hair Receivers, Trays, state-from knee breeches to pants-he's be..
GRANDFATHER Cold Cream Jars, Picture Frames, Hat Brush. ginning: to look at life with more circumspection
I i Though taking life easier now than hitherto Special Xmas price 25c eachIrish es, Combs, Comb Trays, Mirrors, Card Cases, takes more interest in the display of his
attire, the cut of his clothes must be andso
Grandad has not lost the art of appreciation so
NOT BY ANY MEANS, and his Christmas Linen, Colored embroidery and edge, featuring Hat Pins Holders, Manicure Sets, Nail Files, his Tie must be in correct tone and so
morning's pleasure would be enhanced by a the new tatting edge Buffers, Shoe Horns, Soap Boxes, Infants Sets, forth and so on. We'll help you out in
of the following: XMAS suggestions for him!
gift of one or more

Felt Slippers_____ _..$1.25 to $1.50 Special Xmas price 25c eachPure Prices range from 2Sc Walking Cane _._____$1.00 to $2.00
Lounging Robe ______$5.00 to $10.00 Hansomely hand embroidered Full Dress Shoes ____________$6.00
Muffler ___________________$2.00 Irish Linen, of dainty to 1.25 Full Dress Pumps ____________$5.00
Initialed and a large range
I designs --

Special price 25c, 35c, SOc 36 INCH STRIPED WAIST SILK

Every thread pure silk, the ideal fabric and
I y Silk Handkerchiefs, In Japanese Silk and Crepede color effects for men's shirt, regular $1.00
Chine, Beautiful range of colors and quality

designs

t Special Xmas prices 35c, Special price Saturday and


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

Broken lot of Handkerchiefs, a miscellaneous
INCH BLACK SILK TAFFETAJust
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collection at % price LITTLE SISTER
MOTHERWe the kind of Dress Mother would like, Will play' an important part in Life's History
have only one. Do we appreciate her as UNDERWEAR Raven later on. She may rule the ROOST and she ,
manufacture vegetable Dye,
Swiss
we should? Do we realize fully the untold pure may not. She may become a Suffragette and
sacrifices she has no doube made, is making, Broken Lots-Remains of our Early Fall Black, will wear splendidly, exceptional valueat also again she may not. Time alone can tell,
and will make for our benefit and imrpove- Selling, consisting of Union Suits, Vests, $1.25 but while she is what she is it is up to those
ment WE DO NOT. We should atone for Corset Covers and a few Children's Garments who love her to rive-as far as their means
this in a small measure at Christmas by giving ________ and Monday $1.00SALE will permit-Those Heart Desires that she has
her the best our pocket can afford. She Regular price __ 50, .75, $1.00, $1.25 Saturday been asking Santa Claus to bring her on
would appreciate something like this: Xmas Sale Price________.25, .38, .50, .63 Xmas morning. Were the following among
her requests:

Wool Dress length __$3.75 to $10.00 FAMOUS "WUNDERHOSE"HOSIERY OF DRESS GINGHAMS
I Hand Bag __________$1.50 to $10.00 THE Hosiery ------------_____15c to 50c
Umbrella ____________$1.98 to $10.00 The famous "Utility" and "Everlasting" makesin Dresses ...--.---....__50c to $5.00
At Price Clearance-Ladies and childrens Hosein Checks, Stripes and Plain Colors Chatelain ------------$1.00 to $1.60

Black, White and Tan, nearly all sizes, $1.00 and 10
Monday
boxes, 3 and 4 pairs to a box Saturday

...-..... : Christmas Sale Price 69 cts. yards for 85 cents

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FATHER
Good old Dad! He's got a lot to contend with, Fancy Vests____________$3.00 to $5.00 Hand Drawn Linen Handkerchief, specially BABY
and not the leant is finding the means to
bring a family. No small chores! If it'spaying Men's Initial Handkerchiefs pure linen. adapted for Embroidery, each________fiOc ALL HAIL THE KINGI! or to be more demo
up out, it's Dade pocket that's squeezed.lies each ______________________________25c cratic the "HOSS" of the house. Of course
[ made many sacrifices for us-Let's reverse TIE wants everything he sees and then some.
the old order and consider HIM thin Initial Belts, all letters, each__________$1.50 We cannot supply "all" of his! needs but possibly -
Taln't the cost' of the article that'lltickle those we mention here will meet "some"of
time. him It's Irlt In when it's Christmas! Sets, consisting l of Tie, Bath and Lounging ftobes____$4.00 to $10,00 his demands.
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I He'll be pleased with anything like these: : Handkerchief nnd Sox______$1.00 to $3.00 t
Dresses ___________ 7r to 81.0
Gloves! _u__________-$1.50 to sum Bacmips: ___________---_-_75i to $Un
Auto cloves _________-$2.00 to $3.60: Wool Vests ________u______fcOtf to 75i! '
Kid Slippers ________$1.50 to $1.75
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TIMELY gUESTION8(! ; FOR THE FESTIVE: I HOARD) A full lin of Richelieu Pickles, Preserve! Jams and Spl @tI

We have oil the} condiments necessary( for New Nuts, \both Nshote am! shelled| New Popcorn, Fruits, Figs and Mince Meat,
The kind of Cheese! W@ carry, includes

Stutfed and whole Dates: Limperger, Imported Roquefort Neufehatel: Cream, Snappy

I the 1 Christmas I Pudding, Pies and what not Cry.IAII;






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I "ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE" ORLANDO FLORIDA

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'IIINYALN: < ., I'lUlM l 1t0l.1.1() NM for Women, Mir mil WAU HKI.IKI: .
!I" Smith returned to '
Mr* C'lini.
nu.i.iuir" : I: pale
of the proceed from the
Nona
November
her home In Winter Park'
.1, llnrnhi' Illll, Prrihmnn jirfiil"ntvt | 1(1(., she li happy| lit havinglth' her of lltd! Croii t'hrlitmai 8eaU, which Grandma!
the
nt to Kliilmnies Nunday. Idle Huiun Illadlum who li teaching ttta \being lold! widely throughout
Joe Muiii-Ulilto spent delightful' In Itollliu CnlleKe. United Btatei lot the benefit of the

to, fk-Ftu) touting I the slate., among Will) llntfb who had A poult Ion nt untl-tuberculoils movement will be
tin tntloiu\ fiolnti tliltnil, being Rtet. I the txmillion( this uiniiiert. hue reteiitly used for the relief Jiurosen,P.nrotd lllck MVre\ AH Well\ ,
tteUhii. hog to a Btntetneiit by Htnest:
fc vt UhUfcJ-iltfr ni ,, lbttlnt rt fplrndld ImsltloMMltli
olrttHu-te htul HIt bIJ tlt'Urt ttiadd rt trnh-1'oHntlott botiiirtti| IrtMtihllU hl-II. Mtttlohtti iJlrtctor bf tnfc AhteHtttll '
lit If ftttttl It IHH id 'MtdetttllidHtet. I l I hail! L'rbll: : How You ?
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/ Attie ui'c
11'1 hie lent \
Iltttlrt't! !NhhtHiN$ hunt &Ii lilt"I Mhltt.\ HetlieU t'Hbk, rt |trbiitlhbtlt Mliitktibli feriys: ! t
I >hl fciihildfr+ fcVMilhg Hi iliikliihili t. lilllllttlildll. bf IMnti, UM'Mliiltlp \Itt+l i' HM 1 U tll't-1,1|t*; tlli| | (tt rldm hf

I EI BI.wl1 i IB }HU "Illlfri", "CltW;! *!**"] !! rt tut W ll-iH HH 'lliN t-dIIiIHI tlt Nitmtlietlc| th'Htthlt'h' !! lint!
tint lit* Ly iMtehKi.t l hN!! it feUMl hf !hl< ilfblHhtrllbitll tllrhtlt!, lhtttlitt! ) the! MttrcHUnll!! \ frbfti VtiUdtil
iirit ItiltlH I '\ .. SiUUHlrtV: ttllt! fStU ?- A. II. liHHlt! iHtlh bf ilit, \* I'ltllbtl"' : f ltib t< lliitt' rt tbfUlH
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t Mil TIlt I Inn In 1'mMi' Kith MFG I Hiitl MM: HRH Hf Hits! ItHMlf llhliiilM: Hf Si: I'HHh 1 khlth IH4 hFhH Hehd fHt t

J} h\ I\d.::\ 'lltn! FHt1FN tlttl \\itl\ RHflItr \ IHHlet: MH: the lust, tHH: JItiF4! Hfhl inl M I fSI ttbHFFHI"el4 :: for( the distant\ randy
l< HHffl- MlnJNnHlP:f > FI\i\llf\\ it I sFKH if1p.Ih ills FI'h1FnIIHI; ) tllHfMm\ : k
FrtfiFJF KfllK ftf ill\ HfltU fllH HII irMr IH IIPF IIHWP in $HFHHIHnwt : : '" m thta hJHilw4 tatRer l lpoih4 tI n. _j parent when she hears t

J 'iir.'Hj\ \ $:. thi Hflf 14.414 nu FHFA can _
t'rtfl" 'heed wa\>E married\ TIFF l. llr Fhaslt Will FAHtIaFt a party Aft w..r. AaIfFFar: Wh)1e) the (led: tAreaa the voice of# her favorite
,A +Ih Mr' ''lq IWP T. panwn 1" tNFIto V1 rids Ilbnal" GhrlstAlaIlime. .. J.iriQU pf securing fIHiP4HQ}
AtlahQma' Git'; which t win increase, : th,s, Year rebel\

, :1Hsll Hv'u' tlis i spending jjr- Edward Pearson is i in the advertising fund, we tfl
tend
n winter with br parent* m Sav- business in ChiPagQ.i adopt! any policy which will
. Y+Innah Ga. JU health prevented herteaching Philip Edward is teaching in the cripple the tuberculosis work in this

r this year. Rayen high school in Youngstown, country, dependent as it )s for the sup-sale Children who cannot write can use the Bell
| Fritz J, Frank is with theAivid Ohio. port to so large an extent on
Williams Co. publishers New James Blue is in business in Ashland of Red Cross Christmas Seals. The
Ytrk City. He resides in Pleasant- Ohio. announcement that a percentage of Telephone with ease, and their small voices over the

rifle' N. Y.jMrs. Fred Lewton is at the head of the the Red Cross Seal money would go
A. A. Dan, formerly Miss Textile department in the Museum at to our war relief fund might possibly I wires to loved ones that all is well.
j give assurance
Dldly, is now living in Woodside Washington, D. C. His sisters Jessa- increase the sale; but, in our opinion I
and the final results would show a distinct I
Lung Island. mine and Ivy are both married
has loss in that part of the proceeds going
normal department .
t'The new living in Washington.Mrs I i
atj' -acted several old Alumni back to ,. George Noxon who has been for tuberculosis work. The Long Distance Bell Telephone plays an important -
those .At the present time there are over
\VJlmington College. Among visiting her son for the past few '
\vfo are working for a life certificate weeks, while her husband was away 1,200 anti-tuberculosis societies distributed part in the social life of the nation. Without -
isiMiss Pauline Ayers of the class of on an extended business trip, returned throughout nearly every
'0 ."-The Willmingtonian. .. to her home at Auburndale Thurs state in the Union and even in Porto home visit satisfactorily M
|Mrs. Abbott, who for a number of Rico, the Canal Zone and far off Hawaii leaving your you can

I had charge of the subpreparatoly day.Salads, ice cream, cake and sandwiches which are dependent almost en-
department at Rollins, is teach-I served at the bazar. tirely upon the receipts from the Red with relatives or friends in distant cities.
this winter at Andohan on Mer- Cross Seal Sale for their work during -

riat's( Island, Fla. I I Miss Mary Conaway, who has been the year 1916. The people of the I

1 h. D. Gates lives in New York City I!suffering from an attack of la grippe, United States must support, which this local The service is fine; the rates are reasonable.
tuberculosis
ail! is employed with the Armour recovered to resume I war against
has sufficiently an-\\
anually kills 200,00 people and at
Meat Packing Co., in Brooklyn. her studies at the college.
I trail
present time is leaving a ,,
Miss Jennie Bellows is teaching The girls of Cloverleaf are very Distance Station.
physical culture in the Polytechnic busy preparing for the Christmas million wounded"Mr. Every Bell Telephone is a Long

Institute in Kansas City, Mo. I Bazaar which is to be given on Mon- ,
and daughter
J. It. Enyart
Oslin is now Mrs. R. Y. Rowe day the thrteentih, at 3 p. m. in the and sisterof
fi1a \ i Miss Ethel Enyart, father
alI lives in Hopkins, Fla. Lyman gymnasium. Dean A. I). Enyart arrived Wednesday ,
'Don't fall to see the Japanese Moqday afternoon Miss tdat>et Eil- afternoon from Newbrinjrport, SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE
booth at the bazaar. 'I,,!ttlh attended a kitchen shower given Mass., and have taken a house for the !f4rnasrs #
in honor of' Miss! Pauline Nuckollsby s
Mabel Allen is again in Wihtet winter season.
Ruth COMPANY.
Wdftow and
Helen
Misses AND TELEGRAPH
the feihteiwith,
lilolrk and will spehd #
home tt the former
the
rahdmothef Mrs.. fdhsey.onhhte loafesoh at tech hilhtile brings/ Bahta Ctaus aHiile
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Orlahdd. Ooth honoree and ho!tfoltnerly =
Smith tPrttKe (IHUoltf! In Urto -1 iH fttudehts at Itol-\ elosef to Url ltdlt find froU, He
I l'ssess! ! weF@ Otlahdd that it I"I now
rift, I"! SO t elds tu
ttfl I\VIi\ Myh41Villinnla who spent lh@'ling; only a question of hours; father than I. -
ft till HtHth( llA4in I@r'ently! F@: drtjrs, before, he gleets you' again: ------ -
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nod! IWP hoiHf in iUipklpdgi, ( 11j@ werU i I3 vraiting nnti @flg@F;
MIH" I'ill@f' la, fit h@F Plain nl@\Ap that@flP@ @n earth might : Safety First! Don't) get I\l\ft\ thina Sentinel
Npll1'$ {tl@Id,'Ohll1, I I fPm@ l tl1 pas with the >universal! celebration : fop hef" wnle i she'i Mow\! : Too Rend the Advertisements in today's
pf the festival niup I mneh love all' at once meant that !she
I'rMII MMJnF J i t.+ Iih\lt\ l lnii 'in 'fMtI > peaee
ia after gift
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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. selected
While our stock is not quit complete, yet we have a large and comprehensive one, which has been carefully
reliable manufacturers, packers and brokers of the nation.
from the very best products of the most
We deal in staple and fancy groceries of the better grades, also Hay, Grain and Feedstuff.

WE SELL TO THE CONSUMER AS WELL ISHE 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 is our aim PRICES.It 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 PUBLIC
will handle reliable goods only, and SHOULD ANY ARTICLE
and endeavor to make friends as well as customers. Therefore we
TO RE-
i PURCHASED AT THIS STORE PROVE TO BE NOT AS REPRESENTED, WE URGE THE CUSTOMER
YOUR MONEY AS CHEERFULLY AS WE TOOK IT FROM YOU.
REFUND
WE WILL
TURN IT AND
welcome,
much
Drop in and get our prices and look over our stock. Whether you buy anything or not you will be "
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 inPerson







i i* M. A. HcDOWELL







WHOLESALE GROCERIES.

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J. F. M. HARRELL, Assistant Manager

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



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At The 9:45: a. m.-Sunday school and -- -
Will Sacrifice Churches claiming a platform and naming a
Catechism presidential ticket, is
I as usually and
I 11 a. m/ Morning prayer and properly the case with the party in
10,000 UNITARIAN CHURCH ermon. Topic: "The Christian Churchas power. This will be the fourth time
Comer Central Avenue and West the Prayer Hook firings it Before that the Democrats have gone to St.
Street. Us. Its Power and Their Purpose Louis for their presidential conven.
GUARANTEED TREESAll !Rev Eleanor E. Gordon Minister. I i 7:45 p. nv-Evening prayer and tion. New York World.DIPPY .
Sunday school at 9:45. sermon. Topic: "The Glories of the
True To Name Church services at 11 a. m. Subjectof Christian Church as the Prayer Book --- -- -- --- -- -
morning "Green Brings Them Before us. Its Cash Counts
sermon: Pasture Liberty !
5 to 7 foot trees "
and Still Waters." The Round Tableat That Make for Union." @ Dt,1: !
50c EACH
7:30 p. m. Paper by Mrs. A. B. Dec. 15th, 7:30 p. m.-Meeting of '625' ,
yFREUND-WACii.c: .it
All leading varieties budded on Whitman on"The Civic Importance of j the Men' Open Forum. Topic: "The .frO..L UKTOOM stftvtce coal' PI I J
the State Federation of Woman'sClubs. Panama Canal and its Effects on
: sour and grapefruit roots from : ." Unity circle: on Wednesday|{II I,I American Policies." j I
known stock.Conway.
.afternoon. Paper by Mrs. Mary Lidi |I I -0- We are giving 5 per cent miscount -
McNeill on Dr. H. W. Wiley. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE hJ.H .. j
Nursery I I Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.
All are welcome to these services. for cash all
c R. T. PEEL Services at 11 a. m. Subject "God I on supplies, accessories -
the preserver of Man."
Orlando R R L I
CATHOLIC CHURCH3rd Wednesday -. and renair work.
evening service -
at 7:45. _:_!,//// t .
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,r WIVES MOTHERS, DAUGHTERS Sunday school 9 a. m. Avenue and Church street. Entranceon

SWEETHEARTS High mass and sermon 10 a. m. Church street. ,
Rosary and benediction 7:30 p. m. I
CHRISTMAS IS Mass daily during the week 6:30a. t Early in the present European con- MNQ tiOlME.E PALMS AUTO CO.
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m. '
filet
writer
COMING a indulged in this prophetic -
Explanation of Catholic
faith and
vision: "If the Germans and Aui -
worship Tuesday 7:30 p. m. N. Orange Ave. Phone
Buy the "Men" a Box of - i atrians are successful and are able NI.N. I1.1 LNfeu 400

FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCB !, to dictate terms whenever a treaty of

NEW SOUTHCigars Thomas H. McConnell D. D.. peace shall be signed, it is considered
Minister. I j g(I highly probable that Belgium be-

11 a. m.-Service of worship with ..cause she refused to allow unobstructed
sermon on: "Love-The World' passage of German troops along
Greatest Need." |!
i her highways and railways to the, Rl.atAns MKOvI NVa
7:30 0
: p. m.-"Chrilt' Ideals for III* ;
1 Church." i{French northern border, will be an. SOMi fVNe) 1 MMMMMIMMMMMMMIMM

9:45: a. m.-Sabbath school. W R I inexed by the German empire. Alto
A Smoke That Will Put Them I|O'Neal supt., W. S. Branch, assistant Luxemburg and possibly another slice .t.OYkd./rOVI M, '

In a Good Humor For 1916. 'I IlIuPt.I 0:45:. p. m.-Christian Endeavor. I of and Eastern Lorraine France at the as clone were of Alsace the "Cigars Tll t' Our BII in f

I The special music by the choir will) e.
Franco-Prussian
boo "1 Will Magnify Thee 0 God"- war. For her share
Spencer Largo.-Handel. The choir Austria would probaly take over Sere For
DR. J. M. MASTERS{ will be assisted by W. Clay Inman of via. On the other hand, if the triple XmasClear
Loraine, Ohio who will sing a solo at entente is usccessful France will Yes; You Cap
GRAND VIEW SANITARIUMPort both services.
first demand retraction of AUa<- and Tell VIC1rvcpiIS

Orange Florida Walter Roberta Drennen Branch,organist leader. Lorraine; Belgium win likely bet V5CH. Havana Cigars

The subject of the mid-week service awarded a bit of German soil for the (Made In Bond)
will be: "The Coming of the Morn gallant manner in which she has resisted -
Devoted to treatment, Nose, ing" Isaiah-2MM2. Messrs. Yowell.)+i I German invasion; Russia will | That would be sufficient guarantee bat In addition to(

Throat and Lungs. All facilitiesfor Walters and Slemons will lead in the I|'! probably seek to obtain more sea front! that, Ibis Cigar Is made by
discussion.The and Serbia will be restored. What
scientific and successful Christmas entertainment of the British demands will be is a mat- BERRIMAN BROS.
the Presbyterian Sabbath School will ter of surmise, but she would prob-
treatment. be, (onaccount of the extra work in ably be content with a war indemnity In their Blue Ribbon Factory
the public schools,) on the evening and the right to take over some of t2r1

'>f Tuesday, January 28th. Germany's colonies." I C' '
GOOD AND BAD CIGAR
Phone 5 for -0- St. Louis as the place of meetingfor \\/1// STORE
ST. LUKE'S CATHEDRALThe the Democratic national
FISH AND OYSTERS Very Rev Henry R. Remsen, tion next year show a return conven of alNllllllp". .. = 122 S. Orange Ave., next to T. B. Evans

Fresh Every Day Dean.December 12th the third Sunday in than preference Baltimore for a in location 1912 or more Denver central in) I . . . . . . . . IMMIMMMIIIMMMMMMMIIiVMFAdvertise

i THE WALDECKER FISH CO. Advent. 1908. The choice of June 14 as the r
7:30 a. Celebration of the Holy time of meeting indicates
39 West Church Street a purpose
communion. to lead off in the business of pro. in the Sentinel

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Can you dream of any more timely and appropriate Yule-tide gift-or one more expressive of the Christmas spirit than an inexpensive piece of furniture for the home? All the
family will receive it graciously-every member will be glad to have it there. \b&.. _** I '

: You get plenty of talk about buying early so we won't urge you; but whether you buy now or the day before Christmas this is the time to buy Furniture. Scarcity of dye stuff;
scarcity of good lumber and good labor; the general influences of the war are going to make present purchases look mighty good to you inthe near future. Some dyes have gone up
600 per cent. We have made no advance in prices; we bought heavily early and we are offering some rare bargains on Christmas goods-Hand quality and Hand guarantee. Exchangeable )
\. : any time before you make the gift and by the recipients when they find they have received duplicate gifts. Our store is full of the best gifts that you can give. Come and see.




; Here Are Some Suggestions



Royal Morris Chair ______________$12.50 to $25.00 Large Bed Davanports________....$20.00 to $75.00

Fumed Easy Rockers ______.____.$2.75 to $15.00 Large Bed Couches ____..._______$3.98 to $16.50 _
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i +,f kL Smoking Stands ....-_____.___.....11.65 to $10.00 Large Settees ....__..__........$10.00 to $25.00

Special Wisher Chairs..______ _....$3.76 to $25.00 ---
II Pedestal I and T a b urnett.es ..........C9c to 515.00

-tv. t Che\al Mirrors .............:....$18.60 to $:8..60It
Ladies Desks ....................$9.00 to $20.0 0

Enamel Mirrors ....................OOc to $7.60 w
Toilet Tables n.unn. ..........$10.00 to $25.00()

/ ( Medicine Cabinets ._...............$1.U8 to $5.00 v
Toilet Table Chairs' nnn..U 11M to $7.50 I ? 'r I I Ia

Hull( \ !Hack .....................$7.0 to $35.00: t
Individual Library U 'rl'tlpn Chair ........uu..U.P H to $10.00 I i '
for Doya And Girls Hall Mirrors ......................$2.4: to $10.00 !" "
Cultivate the tatr for g/NNt| Idawk.in Mu.le Cabinet and Racks ........$2.60 to $18.00 "
f'eu1 Lys.MI tlN/daaf..y Ytft..a.t=buy Dmlnt'. Room Chair. ................65c to $5.00 < _ '

r/ql.e.M.itl/.trYrlher/nlara You entmuwea them with Mm*llwm of Hook Shelves .....,........-_......$1,98 to $5.00 Breakfast Table ..........__....$3.60 to 12.75 S = 4Mbht1411 F
I A lUa hmd t>f liuuVi wurti ttbilo.Bookcases. '

91 b a Library Tables .........._.......$3.75 to J5.00 Sewing Tables .._...._......____ .$8.50 to $19.85 ''q tref -!
Cr"'C I'C. .

Special Card Table __________......__.__...$2.98 Parlor Cabinets ______..__..______$7.50 to $18.00 ,/- '

A JnT.nll.Ubrarf.for.your. bnr.or tf vlrl>f ranMlylwMarkdM sa Special Dining Tables ____________$7.50 to $75.00 Chiffoniers _________.__..__________$5.98 to $60.00 t 1 I
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.,y..u.sLu: rthatprt'pr.! Nrr of|io r..in r .lmi.I M. .11 Y Special China Cabinets __________$17.75 to $50.00 Dressers ,.____?_...______-______$8.50 to $60.00 -- -
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Special Buffets __________________$17.50 to $75.00 HOOSIER KITCHEN CABINETS \ i


The bes wayt o satisfy yourself, exactly whats most appropriate-and wanted-thing in your case is to come and look thsplendid holiday stock over.


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GLOBE BOOKCASES SECTIONAL WEKNICIIE A S C a r H a n d & S 0 n I GLOBE FILING WERNICHE


"The Home Outfitters" CABINETS


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I 1= : SENTINEL WANT ADS ARE READ BY 10,000 PEOPLE f.nl.I I : : :tr I z:.---.lj l: I
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I t'nf: ; tlNFeeldOdia r :s.::::::I

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1 t'OH) IttNT& = ) I BERRY'
have.h@@pingl of t '*F t fJll@ H R.

t arltb@, ..t@ tri ,
tnuoa\ Apply : I -

it-UHf! A complete line of Ford Acces.I .

REAL FOU stairs KENT bed- 1 I I conies; a staff of expert mechanics FOR SALEA

nicely ..
venient toilet to render satisfaction in all

icMd ) enette ly located.and use lines of Automobile Repair
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ppp. SAN JUAN / dress 11'16-lmoe Work. Vulcanizing Oils and fine lot 55 ft. by 130 ft. on

v MOTEL. FOR RENT Gasoline, and fair and square
suite of ; S. West St. $2300.
also 3 room I prices.
ing; electric
fARMLAMSGRQVESHOUSESLOTS. attractive
up. 10 W.
ll.28.lmc For Nine YearsWe

FOR Florida RENT ; : .! have been In business at the C. A. HOVEY

-FOR SALE y for rooms garden, nicely lame location, Corner of South 1
I
VOlt SALt: Olt JttNT-U owner, Ii Address Mrs. ! ,
with six .. and Church Streets \
modern LUlIll&luwr Foridtt.- Main I II
:
rClunUJ, hull bath, l&n\l with ivsry I
( ; ." to mlab Ii dealrnbla home; FOIL() KENT: I Phone 226
; duslrnbla louUon near l.nka pletely l .
nlW ".; price, rensonnbla; house In choice ; Orlando' Leading Repair Shop
tom tlsted latter part of Nu- hot \
Alia have 1& IIlx room cot. A and Garage
and smaller bungalow, withprice 1",1&1. '
W| and e&terms to suit purchaser. i"NT: \ \ Advertise in the Sentinel
for
Hate also several furnished rooms suite of -- ---- -
rent. Address Kentucky Home 511 on first floor
Palmer street Orlando. Phone 686. I ;
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11.12-Imo* desire;: { I RATES

FOR SALE Dwelling six rooms.practically Main FOR street.RENT EXCURc i
new nice condition with nished
lawn, bearing citrus fruit trees roses, iences two u t of Hammond & Gore
Lake Bola very
and shrubbery; near ; blocks from

desirable Address "Owner locution." Box$4,000 33, ,Orlando terms.,.' and West FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EM11ALMERS

Fla. 11-16-lmoc FOR 11-24-tf RENT Christmas C HolidaysVia .- .-

FOR SALE-One new 1916 touring moderate : Real Values Low Prices
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car body top windshield and lamps.A avenue.
bargain. Act quick. Ford Garage I
209 South Orange! avenue. 1113ucKOU FOR Coast Line COMPARE
room. Atlantic
Garage. I
IIAUGAIN
SALE AT OUR FURNITURE

Or will rent completely furnished, FOR RENT I Standard Railroad of the South
modern and attractive home, in new, ;
new Luke I i of furniture that has lone been accepted
lawn and shrubbery near block from Wt provide the quality
pretty 1':011two: ; stories, five rooms, bath, Luke's I by knowing furniture buyers as tho standard of merit. If
screened IleellinltJmrch. and summer, hex tho season, an article ii her it li good. It wouldn't be here were it otherwise.We .
dining Owner \0.2IMf'ro I Bth make this point too clear-it Is one of tho foundation
3U7, or cull at :312: llrftjwifl:10.dw.tfFOR : Tickets Hold Dec. 17th to !! can't
: RENT: tones of this business, and that means much to any buyer
suitable inclusive, limited to reach original
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A good five house, able. All \ --:
BALK- !
In fine condition. In good location; 212 Enst: starting point by midnight
hot and cold water; three lots; a bargain 12.4-ttc McNEILL & DAVIS BLOCK
for quick buyer Call at the January 10th

Bummerlln. 11.20-tfe TO ;' Corner Orange Ate. and Church Street, Orlando, Florida
dALF'Insaddle' ) sleeping
F0t t
t" -
Jal. t.. hies lf.2/j.lfe/ jileasant \ '
Bee Call
room, ( for Information" onW. .
FOU I sAU1-t.ntlttl refrigerator and tnodernlr. 0 WititE, IX t A.
tit her market fixtures the"". Jfi". -h.t2-nt.t W. it O'NEAL C, P. A T, A.
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A 1 : hUt. --mkblJl'U'J ; OridttdO Try a Want Ad in the Sentinel
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tOil It,\L.tI'---l: iAUhd. fHtkuula: ,, it1I U'lt!' >k:i'I( Lu1lI1)ePt, Lft-tl1: fillCl t Slllll ;lc

its IAhy I It FHiHHI'' I1t IlY.'rtr t +I !
ill tI t\F\ ttk411 I4W "tur 1 WfNHJlt J I :
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IIAt\ tUtl! (
\: =. I f lI psi!. Hijt I.. Or1dlH I 1 tJ: I dhtl I I\\14A ,!WilH: .
t IiiAEi ((415 III t = (

tlll : Itkl94R: ncr@s pf land, IlaadIWA ihln@:, : 1

ie.ar@d: ,scary avawlieAl 1iogsu farming, l'tll"!; hR4 tli t par aH;\y 11 \\V, NT + .

raining j swUon. A "baF'ain. ,\ddr@ss arty fpr
M.+ 1* Calvjn' Winter Marden. V'l4. nished tnanp ORLANDO
t:1-0-6t: glad to

I FAR SALE-FOB REfurnished -Houses, H. B.
and unfurnished. Also phone 179. i
Plaster and Lime
some splendid lots. Call and see what Cement Agatfle
I )have to offer before you buy or
rent. Mrs. 11. B. Leake 45 East Pini LOST- -
street or 312* Broadway. Phone 179.108dw.lmo I pin :;:

Empire of

FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE-Buick back.Trust Co. ,
roadster recently overhauled and 11-3-tfc
repainted. Will sell for cash or will
exchange for a lot or for a largercar. .OST- up.
Write Auto I". O. Box 869.127Ct do, a our
horse will
to J. E. the
AUTO BARGAINS-1912 Reo touring Orlando. =!
car 4 doors good repair tires
nearly new; first party here with \ .
$ICO gets it. Also 2 cylinder Reo -
with light truck body $50. These
are big bargains. Geo. E. Bates &: Phone 10;
Son Altamonte Springs Florida. Call
12-7-tf erty.estate. \

FOR SALE-Fine Barred Rock chick- 11-9-lmoe
ens. Inquire at No. 12 lIu hey
AT _
street or phone 375. 12.8.6tcFORD to : '. I

TOURING CAR in good con- Evans
dition. Terms if desired. Chaa. P. north of

Dow. 1-12-8-tfc a

FOR SALE $100 cash will secure
one of these lots if you will build
upon it. Owner will take mortgage paring a
I at 6 per cent. Lot 45x135 at $800; photos
lot 50x100 at $300: lot 165x165 at child.
$1,000. Located on last Amelia avenue eight )'('
free
Inquire on
with southern exposure. '
ait 504 Magnolia avenue. 12-10-Gtc
FOR RENT The Indian WayAccording

"while

MODEL room. First KINDERGARTEN Methodist church, primary: telephone Shop! 21 Co to the Redskin the Paleface made a big fire and fat around It I -the! Indian little fire and sat

221, or call 14 East 10-20-lfe Jackson IInU ; on It.That's.
street : ; I I roaring fire In
;;;t' I 1-piU, r 487 very much like the way nome of us try to warm a thllly corner by building a II
1'OU itFNT-Furnished: r light Prices 1
hnusekecinkalso !IArat furnish]' \1"\1.\ : \ the furnace and "'Akl"mot\ of the house unliveable.
,bed\ rooms; 1 block from renter. tlr sensible\ to fallow the Intllan'g advice! A little ffre In a GAIl Heater will warm the
much
town. 20-.I: : I'ltlmetto street, 11 :7: -tfc ('OS ( : / How more
<. ,' without overheating the rest of the room The 'bathroom can I.. made comfortable In the
right spot
Fun nlNT1'urlI.h&'I': \ apartment, ant r .. the
down siairsi! also ream wiul kitchenfttt -. \fi"I>lenf roaming\ without' wr..tllnwilh\ the furnace and making your home too hot for comfort during
*. ritintltc( fur housekeeping! sep.nn .. \ 1 Heater this Fall-why not get It I now?
te eutranrei I baths, electric lights, nurse remainder of the day You will need a little Has
M I I Can: Jackson street near Meth. lulu.I:
church 12-0-lIt.
mild i --
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fil ITU of two or three' nicely) furul'hed t' !
downstairs Inrlutllnpa tr (
rooms
,..It."t'nUh "pantrVt and If desired! ,, ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO
U "'It*pi ne tmrr.h. fear Enlrt park; 4
'O'J V rhflllisj 403 Feast; Pine street FUR ;
.2'' tU-lt.t (!jll \
Orlnhdrt ' GAS DEPARTMENTI
h1, t Hfikt? .FIVfc rbBWks house' h"l1t. ft tF *
t.1t "It*l kit feitthtHiafr *eh inj rtllttl,1I Ww* I
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Mrs. S. Belch has returned from a
I visit to her daughter Mrs. Rhoades,
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at Melbourne, on the East Coast.

Mr. W. 1.. Story, one of Winter
I ALWAYsALmT Garden's staunch and substantial citizens -
I I Was among the business trans
actors Visiting Otlahdo yesterday).
TO PIIOTECT .
THE a:==
Turkey sail Miwre huh,. Astor
Cafe. t Sunday dinner. 12-12-lU'1 I

DEPOSITOR MF!, II: 'IK Htbtle! BtHVed IHUlli'l Urlnhtttlaetatdny 8 '.

)" MfttsFllmm front MMIII'h.t.I' $ =
) and Hill spend l (the VrtlllpP With
her M>>tt>F, MM!, M. II\], Mel'liem, Hi
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MODKHN) ) DAY I MKTIIOD8+ ) anti. fniwrvHlive | her liMme en KuhlA avenue,
,ulil, time safety nrtl factor. that ynvern ::==
In UIP nwiwement nf tills Iwnk MlffP! H Mnypp\ MI''I Mr. ('. W CHRISTMAS MONEY
Nnw, Just t I\It\ they wlwttya lwve=for pro* Tompkins' were ,snuing the| representative -
grdae. ritlaeni' of (that |>ro'|'eronIniiklng ,place sNow

The Htnte' Hunk|l l Id n commercial trunk latidu .'uterda after business)',' hiatteta In Or- I

Iwvlntf the rBHiiurceB, connection ami. ex<* ready for the
|ii ilnti of KM. liciinflltor. 'Internals 8uccpii- ,INae-t1 t == berN of our Xmas Saving

fit! t'fllltlllel'l'htl"dlvity I III InrKfly,' ile| t nil\ Mf II. A, Itetffher WH hhtufij the Club
I put iijitui milking( npi'vke nntl the cooperation well' Known residents; 6f (lothd who
( of a strum Bank U an important Were numbered Hllltthtf the bu"ineestratlsactore

IJIIllntifilt! aarpt t. I j l vi"Hhlll. the @ijy"tf mth Next Club starts December 20th

Iurueiit' & !Hunk lletween Jnrk n\'lII@ and I tlupalla yesterday ,

TttmpHt j For unusual l and BrtUtlp gifts go -
to the Tuttle lift Shop, I flSHtfeMr

THE pM Mr, I F, A, nramU arrived The
Peoples National Bank"It
in Orlando! yesterday afternoon to en-
STATE BANK I joy their first winter in Florida, Theyare
from Sterling, !II., and have secured Is A Pleasure To Serve You' '
OFI pleasant apartments at Oak

I ORLANDO Lodge.

Turkey dinner, Sunday. Astor
Cafe. 12-12-ltc

4.a Misses Eunice and Mary Richards
and Mrs. Phoebe Hammond have ar-
rived in Orlando to spend the winter
i and are pleasantly located at Oak
Lodge. They are from Mound City,
Mo. .

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Savings checks are good as gold.

u UOLB000K Ask thing for! them whenever you buy 11-11-tf any ..II..I..I.111.'I. . . . . f. ) . . 41. ,. ++rs M . . . .
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HAYNES[ Dealer Mr. T. A. Myers, who has been
coming to Orlando for the past six-
teen winters, has arrived in the city ,
HUPMOBILE HUPPELBROS- B R 0 S. from Philadelphia, and will devote his

ServiceNew grove.time in looking after his large orange HERE IN FEW DAYS ,


Ride Hamrick's jitney bus, Sc.18.18tf .
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The famous CHEVROLET Four-Cylinder
Mr. D. W. Reneker arrived in Orlando TouringCar
yesterday afternoon the
over
Atlantic Coast Line from Louisville, complete with Electric Starter and Lights.
"'. Ky., and will spend some time here
visiting his parents, Rev. and :Mrs.J. .
D. Reneker, at their home, 602
Hughey street. $590 f. o. b. Orlando

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1 Cafe.Best and all you can eat.12-12-ltc Astor Roadster $560 f. o. b. Orlando


Mrs. L. H. Reid, of Petersboro,
Kansas, was among the arrivals in
Orlando yesterday afternoon on the
Ford Home Tampa Special. :Mrs. Reid comes to San Juan Garage CompanyOrlandoDaytona
this city each season and is among .
the popular guests at the Summerlinfor
Now Open the winter.
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209-11 South Orange Avenue Get your meals at Astor Cafe.
Telephone 386 12-12-ltc

Mr. W. Clay Inman a former stu- .
dent at Rollins College, but who is
Standard Gasoline-Ford Oil, Goodyear, now connected with the Alkahest Lyceum . . .. . ,. .. .MMIMIMIMimIMIIIMMIMMIIMMMUMMi . . . .... .. ...'.... . .IIOIISSSISiIiIt.

Chicago, arrived in Orlando
Goodrich, Firestone, Ajax, and United
last night on a visit to friend Mr. . , .... IIIMIMIIIMMIMMiMIMmMMrm+4
States TiroM.", "Free Air at the Curb. Inman, who Is vocalist of note, will
King at the 1'resbyterlan church toda -
)'. I Who Will Be Your Executor?
t "Alukc\ thin Ford Hume Your Ford Home." --
Savings! cheekseeeptetI! 8* ea"h
K G. RUSH In the paving department tit the
t'eoples! Natlnml l (lank 1I.lIatt ANSWER NO. a _
I Your estate may b. materially Impaired M a I' 'x +.-
Mr. and Mm, M. I 1ft Handerlin, of direct result of the Appointment of an executor s i q,'.
Norfolk' Va the
are among recent or trustee. t ;t
arrival' in Orlando and who have
When individual U appointed! ,
an / :
engaged accommodations! at the San

. . . . " " . . . " MMMMf- . ,. . Juan hotel for an indefinite sojourn. The financial responsibility is generally weakerIt
They are greatly enjoying the attractions la usually provided in wills that the perso ,, . ,.
in and around Orlando and nominated to serve as e"'eutor shall be excused r
TilE Nlar EST DESIGNS : especially the excellent roads of Orange from giving bonds.

IN SILVERWARE, JEWELRY : county. They may decide to When surety bonds are supplied it is at the expense p' f
remain here during the entire win- t
AND NOVELTIES : ter. of the estate, and then only partial security ;

against loss is provided. ,
Being constantly In touch with the leading silversmiths : RIDE in Hamnck's --tne> Bus one When a Trust Company is selected : rrr
and jeweler-craftsmen of the country, our stock is always hour, 12 miles for 3li28tfc t
The positive advantage of strong financial re- y
keeping pace with the latest style in silverware, rings, '
is secured.
bracelets, etc. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Franklin, of sponsibility
When new and beautiful designs are created, we are : Schenectady, N. Y., arrived in Or- A bond which has behind it the entire financial t
among the first stores in the country to show them. You lando Friday evening intending to look strength of the Institution is always filed with
never buy out-of-date articles here. the city over with the view of returning the Probate Court It nn rflllt to the estate.

Our displays for Christmas will interest :you. There : later in the season for a sojourn Answer No. 3 will appear in a subsequent issue ,
are some very new and very beautiful noveltiessomething : but after spending yesterday driving of this newspaper. ewr ee" =; i
to please everyone to whom you want to give. Come around, decided that it was the best
early and choose while the wide assortment offers the and most progressive of any that
best opportunity. they had found for its size: and have Come in any time and freely ask for further t t
You'll not be disappointed at this store. We see to secured apartments on North Orange information on this vitally important subject.
that. avenue and will remain until spring. You are always welcome, and our office's are always -
glad to advise..
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Fish ana oysters received daily.
II. M. Self & Co. MO-6-tfc The Orlando Bank & Trust
Company
T. H. EVANS DoctorsBuckinaslcr

Orlando Florida
& Briindage ,

JEWELER Personal instruction OSTEOPATHS under Dr. Still Capital, Surplus and Profits $141,000.00
at Krksville Mo.

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