Title: The morning sentinel
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079945/00586
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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 14, 1915
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079945
Volume ID: VID00586
Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 34297093
alephbibnum - 002075052
lccn - sn 96027193
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Other version: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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1IY (illAND JUICY .I'Oil 11ft t.'IIi"r pn, :.ilie.| fur the United I IS JNTKHKSTINC5: : LAHflKMANl'KACTUItKllg ;
Thought Wurrlnu! Furrr" Will f4tl\hlli, (h.trkh like, to plunge its head|

lit Left to J'laht: 41unNlIulgnrlii } TURN CONSI'lHAt'YTo ) into the /sands| of a "upposetl Isolation l ( I THE ENEMY

and| to assume that its policies its influences -

Hwve Not ............... Interfere With and Destroy and! its ideals are not part of Will II",., Then Resell( Land to

Crohhfd! Ilorder OFFICIALS. BELIEVE U. S. Foreign Commerce of the the wider world" said Dr. Nicholas Employes, Kiting, Them

United Murray Butler, of Colum- HATTLE LASTED WEDNESDAY -
\\'11.14'AIT DECISION States Was president Future to Look
London Dec. 13.-The Franco-Brit Charge bia University, in a speech before the Forward To UNTIL SATURDAYOF

ish troops, forced to completely evacc LONDON COURTS Southern Commercial Congress this
uate Serbia by an overwhelming number evening.
San Francisco, Dec 13.CharlesC. .The Orlando Securities Company,

of Bulgarian, are preparing to MAY NOT CONTEST BRlflSH ORDER Crowley, Baron George Wilhelmvon "While national preparedness for with offices in the Guernsey block,

Saloniki.resist the Bulgarian-German drive on Brincken and Mrs. Margaret W. war is now necessary, he continued, has a unique plan worked out where- BRITISH f FORCES ARE E BOMBARDEDAttitude

Cornell, were indicted today by a fed- "our chiefest task is to prepare our by leading manufacturers of the
Greece has made satisfactory guar- Reversal of eral hearts and our minds to do our full '
Opinion in Washington grand jury on two counts for country have become interested in
antees to the entente ministers at duty as Americans to bind the a of Arabs Is SatisfactoryReinforcements -
to interfere up
conspiracy with and destroy
Seizureof proposition to take over land holdingsfor
Athens, it was stated in a news wounds of a stricken world and to
foreign and second Are
commerce their employes. The manufacturers
agency dispatch and Saloniki is being Genesee and Hockingby sending through the mail letters of a lead the way to a new construction of -
buy the land and then re-sell it Being Rushed to Town-
converted into base. "
a the
overturned political fabric.
England character which .tend to incite murder to their employes thus giving them
There is no indication that Greece arson or assassination. lie added: "It is for the American shend's Aid
future to look forward to when by
will forbid the Bulgarians or Ger- democracy to prove that it can secure
Washington Dec. 13.Developments age or disability they become unfit
mans to enter her territory in pursuit the highest of national London, Dec. 13.-General Town-
today in the case of the requi- + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + type pre- for work.It .
of the }'rent'h.and British. paredness and the highest of shend's British expeditionary force
sition by the British foreign offce of + SENTINEL SANTA CLAUS + type is stated by :Mr.: W. A. Riddle 'I
She is expected to leave the entire national effectiveness without j operating against Bagdad has checkedthe
ceasing -
the Hocking and the Genesee before + FUND NEEDS YOUR SUP- + that within the next ten days a lead-
zone between Saloniki and the Serb- be in a battle which lasted
y to either American or demo- I enemy
prize courts had passed on the legal- + PORTSUBSCRIBENOW + ing manufacturer will send an expertman j
ian frontier open for military opera- cratic. I from Wednesday last until Saturday
ity of their seizure, indicated that + I to investigate the holdings
tions of both sides. o I according to announcement of the
"Moreover it behooves an
to cultivate i-
state department officials had reversed + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + us the Orlando Securities Company
At last reports the Bulgarians had a becoming national modesty. It India office tonight.
the position they held a week which include
some 20,000 acres of
not crossed the Greek frontier. was our old friend, Mr. Bryce himself Several times the British were surrounded -
Everywhere about Orlando the land between Orlando and
eye Taft ex
They have occupied Guevgheli and ago.When who pointed out to us in the on all sides and were subject
the British order requisitioning is greeted with signs of
prosperityand tending east and west on either side
Doiran, close the
to border accordingto American Commonwealth that the I violent bombardments.
the vessels was first announced, booming business. Everywherethere of the Dixie highway. Ito
an official report from Berlin but, enormous force of public opinion is I The office states that the attitude
officials characterized the action as are evidences of prosperity so Mr. Riddle manager of the local I
have gone no further. a danger to the people themselves as "of the Arabs is satisfactory and that
"high handed, without precedent and there must be many who can spare a branch states that parties from Chicago -
well to their for "I reinforcements are rushing to Town-
as leaders it fills
unwarranted in international law. little from their luxuries and their have purchased $20,000 worthof
SEC. DANIELS. IX REPORT DE- them with an undue confidence in shend's aid.
CLARriS Today the same officials stated that amusements to give one child a land within the past few weeks and

BATTLESHIPS ARE Great Britain's latest order direct- Christmas gift. their own wisdom, their own virtue that between now and January 15 five
and their own freedom. O. CONVEX.TION
ing that the ships be taken to London With so much money spent surely houses will be erected on the hold-

from Halifax and St. Lucia would there must be enough to keep every "No one dare predict what the end ings. Thirty other investors are coming CITY
Washington Dec. 13.-Full details of the world will be when that
I war or
probably not be contested. little heart
from sorrowing o to look the land over within the
of Secretary Daniels' continuous nend Washington, Dec. IS.: On the
naval will come. It Is possible! that eve
Officials indicated that this government Christmas morning. Surely there i is next two weeks with a view of invest:
construction program involving the does thin cataclysm! marks the end of centuries f the meeting cf the Republican national
not further real
contemplate no child
reason why in Orlando
expenditure of half billion. dollarsIn action In these any I of progress and that man in ing.The committee, which will be held
until the should
cases courtsat awaken on Christmas new offices of the In
the course of the next five yearn loll crossed: over the watershed of company tomorrow to decide upon a time and
London decide whether the eeiz! morning to find a stocking the block have
hanging Guernsey been: : attractively
are contained in hid annual report ahead civilisation\ and I H how descending.. on place for holding the told convene
Urea were legal.
llmp- --Santa1 u E'dedll'lt hot teal* fitted out, and the window dill' .
of the navy department, h1adeuLII l Ited the other side! toward steadily! prow.. tlon, the member today were die.
play thottln products of the will I U I
(' tonight.ItaUieRhlpri lug "barbarism and the .ru""ltl..r. the" Halm of the rival cities.I'hllaktphla ,
Mill the III'I.L1TtRO.IRI, ) ) IM IMIIIIST.INK : .: The Sentinel Santa Claus Fund I i.Nt i.*! steadily ex* very interesting.. M 1', Kiddle In eon ,
are primary tending. rule of force. Hut I nni Hit Chicago, Ht. mU,
need he declare Mr. Daniel) Till,; I'unur Ilt'd.,1vllh the Riddle, Company, bet, I .
nay 8 1 unrmtipieriiMe, optlmUt. San r'rttiieUeo nnd Honolulu nil want

"An In the case nf pulunftrlneii, tut "I prefer tll rend history different' ter known n** "The Kiddle" hays," (the ron\rntlnn, Iuth@ Indication\ ,

in the case, of battle cruller, the par II. ('/HI 11"",,',, bulletin Imnttl an I ly and' to *t Orange: avenue continues to attract i 1'Yiitll; Putt Pierre, and' TAU"
tlrular eource of the present war doea Tnphe"' what the (!hocks' called I n Kit Chlt'iien not Ht. Louis I with l'hlbttet.litmus |.

not justify\ the rl"vltl..11t'1I1t1f1.t'rlttt',1| Attention.' An the: unit go up the t tllltr II I II, or rltmniing nf t the 111\11'11' hA seer, nUu favorite... There. was H
Ml ilngn. This bulletin ,board U t In addition In the (001011'-1\' lion antes
"Idew of 1 their Im pin(nitre, oneof t1grnwing general feeling among the committee.

On lUTount nf fomrentlon of. woik : the 'newest Stunts" to Interest the the company has aod) ten acres between men today that the convention wouldbe
I (public and It I U working like a charm \\IKISAI AMIIUICAN; WOMAN; I Orlando and' Apoka! and tenacre
'In Iwth the" navy yard' and' elvil e held; late 'In June or early in July.
..... lI""II.\U: \"'"'01'10S
to Mr. Hunt
--- It of Helolt Ws.| .
tahlUhmentii Mr. ItanleU proposes t to The first event of the gatheringcomes
llt.UMNU HCIIOIH) (OK NUIIHCHfit. ": the .tatter tract being tie.tw..pn .
.begin. '" work on two battleships and' a grove tonight when a t.llnnt'111 be
Washington, tJpl'| t.1.: -The National
two rrulseri only during the nut Apoptut and Mount t'ora.tllfi given hy the National t Hepubllran
t.uke'i hospital Is .planning. a Alnetlcan Woman RufTrape Ai orlntlnn -

yean t training school. fur nut-Ben.. AtlaslloHittiftt today opened Its annual rotirfhtloh i.pnpue and the league of ttrpubllcftttBtnte
\It Herrelnry ttohlels' program 1 Is here etose :! WlUtllfcltFor" : tMulm.' Heteral prominent Itepuhllrrih -
Mrthn, superintendent upon ttdjmirrtmehl
cnHied nut. the holy) would I be roht- be l> In rhatge. dally thitt theee l 1'1> contributions ut f of t the annual' frnnvehtioH bf list't'ungieeeinnal HdHditt Frtlr ltueaday. ModfNle mentioned its Jtoasltile! "' presidential

,bused bf thi tullntling! VeMla hullfir money *ft pnnr little fhll- t UhUtH tmHhtt't'Ihd!! "' rahdldales! will frpeak.ni'l.llMlilt .
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| rl"lti-I'! Ihe twn .nttVphU"H.. tit the
tHIGHEST thfln troth llittt ut lito'
thistly for
itl! | beats ttUlmtrfti!! Hi Imllle-, PRICE FOR Oil hit Icnling I \-ultl-fuF\HHllpn, 8rpithid.inns ,1.illIII.\llt; \ ( t ( I'I'ON' Fill
,hiif, m-ond, Ili tttdlttt liy tfriitU' limy hut l IllI t liH>kt>ithe DEATH
| !*, !, gfli{I t Hlrnitlml! rrUls! nf the United, irttM sit IpsttnecnttnF4 OF VillA 0 0Villtt DfNlfDII D .1\1'I'tiSUItTIIt4'
@Fti!, WI littdlit HuiltHi! Ili'! I Hui-r'FIi, >utti. mi tltii, <(tt ntri<, nlnlning ant ,
', : Mlht lall@tthlstikPa in fl ongtesa :
flat I htlnlMhlF,
'Bret t-114 M! fll I flU\ !+cr+!, "t'Hilht' fll4-, Okl.iliimi.t. .\ Oil (Ullti>4 (In 91,10\( = tIIiHlf : lint It nlnin@nt'o I'tif\f' \ a flf! ft Iwo = MF: If: tMtit nn ,Andrew, !, of Ctliti4IW,

Hi' fHli.t'FIi, third fleas! 101 tr'ltll'f! : \\-tlt\ ptriol, hUt 11 t t' (C'I fI i In.*. Ila'I'iilhad' JIIHlwtltII with 1 the Ortamtoi \ \ tlP"ri:
(Urtiittt\.1 Drilling) llount :ililltiRt'1' pmts: \ (flI4" t'uIH1 J
tlFi! llii( / t1f1t" !i11\.IHuintlli\ tnl pli4'liu'mHintl -l With Franchro) Phnntt' ties rAm with l
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lath( nrgitnt3slinnc\ era Lent' PH in- )J i4 \ \II'lijjuttirM\ In
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i ,
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tlrlindo' .
duping: Congress\ tI adapt: ft resolution\ Declined) In (lira LotLocation \ wee operated" upon for f\lh
l goals\ 80j !supply 1 ships| li j foal\ chips htuwi On ) '" Graham itohinaon: : : IA( appendicitis few
ft h. chi
. . . . . . . amendment t ar's: days ago .
J l&i j transport, i\\ t tender\ t tQ t lorped = J, W, ilden : : ) providing tqu! 1 suffrage for P'4IfQ. fa l Iasi reports ne we,, doing

vessels\ 9spepj\ i;*! type*, Jij smmuni- Tulsa\ Ilkla\ .. Pw. 1 ll 3.Oklahoma l
lips ships, ?, oil reached' its highest price in twelve Total.. . . . . . . . . . . $73-80: men 'and women. The Congressional 1 fI:t Paso, Te*., Pec. 13--Ifipoljte I
Union has given up state campaigning 1'illa !brother of Francisco, tonight at
years when the Prairie Oil and
Has NOW is the time
to get in on this to de>'ote its entire time to harrying Juarez denied:! the report that hi I ItrTTUK.NS FROM, CHUISK ON 8Tt

( 1utlllNfhI.111 t ELECTS ft trl' nUlMssnSf.U company, at the opening of the mar- Sentinel Santa Claus Fund. Subscribe i congress. The Natiqnal AmeriC brother had been executed at Casas JOHNS ItlVKU:

ket this morning posted a ten cent now so that the committee will
:;n Woman Suffrage Association is Grandes.He .
Mr. Jas. I. Giles returned Saturday
advance, sending the price up to have some idea of what amount will
Birmingham, Ala, Pec. l3.-J. D. $1.10. Oklahoma is now in the throesof be available for the needy people and working both lines-state and fed- said that he had talked over night from a cruise on the St. John's
eral, so that the convention which the telephone this afternoon with river
with Mr. Rick Woodward in the
Truss and J. R. elected the
Hornady were greatest drilling boom ever the little children. Rejnember how
opened today had before it a series of Francisco but would state
not where tatter's yacht. The trip was a most
members of the city commission in an experienced. Jean'Val Jean purchased the doll for
business meetings and conferences of the latter was. enjoyable .
Selection here today defeating Isadore little Cosette! Then subscribe 50c. leaders at which plans of campaignin

Shapiro and D. A. Hogan. HERMAN WINS or $1 to the funJ and make a little both tha state and federal fields

This was a run over election the New Orleans, La., Dec. 13.-Kid boy or girl happy on Christmas! are to be formulated for the next Company Capitalizing

'first contest of fourteen candidates Herman tonight knocked out Eddie year.

having. been held last Monday. (Coulon in the fourth round. OFFICERS NAMED BY KNIGHTS Nearly a thousand delegates were Orlando's Sunshine Scenery! I

OF PYTHIAS present today when Dr. Anna Howard -

Of Interest To WomenMrs.Gait Shaw president of the associa-

1- Officers for the ensuing term .have tion, opened the convention. The as- For the second time within a year "Florida faces a great opportu-

Receives been elected by Welcome Lodge, No. sociation is made up of sixty-five fed- Orlando is being visited by a moving nity"saidIr.. Seay, "and I predict

Wedding Gown 9, Knights of Pythias. The officersfor erate i woman suffrage leagues from picture company. This time the that within a very few years the

the term are the following: all states in the Union, and each organization Equitable Motion Picture Corporationof state will have established for itselfa

Chancellor commander, J. B. Ma- is represented at the na- New York is Orlando's
capitalizing great reputation, and that it will be
Washington, Dec. 13. Mrs. Nor- {contained the '
j I remainder of the trous- pruder, Jr.; vice chancellor commander tional convention.
sunshine and beautiful natural scen- the mecca for film producers. You
man Galt, fiancee of President Wilson i seau, Mrs. Galt already having re- H. O. Rogers; prelate II. Clark "
I :i ceived I -ry for "Babette. a picture featuringMiss have the clear air the sparkling sun-
now has her wedding It the major portion of her wedding Robertson; master at arms C. A.
I ZELL- :Muriel: Ostriche. Some 400 feet light and the scenery. If you don't

was delivered at the Galt home a finery. Johnson; inner guard, W. P. Gwynne: WOOD DREDGE BOATAs of film was taken yesterday and before work the graft on the motion picture
Later the party went to the homeof outer L.
guard T.
master of
few days ago by Julius Kurzman, of I ; the week closes the picture will companies as California has done
Secretary with
Kurzman packagesfor finances. Carl Jansen; keeper of rec- a result of complaints against be complete. Yesterday Dr. Porter's Florida will be popular with all
Bros., New York who also Mrs. McAdoo pro
who will be one of ords and seals. Jack T. Dale
I masterof
; he boat Zellwood "
furnished dredge at chargingit residence was used for exterior ducers.
the gowns for Miss Jessie the few guests at the wedding next exchequer S. Waters Howe.
Wilson when she became the bride of week Saturday.Mr. with operating on Sunday Sheriff scenes, and Orange avenue was also The company is pleased with the

Francis Bowes Gordon served warrants Sunday and used for a portion of the setting.Mr. cordiality extended by Orlando .
Sayres, and for Miss Kurzman would not discuss the pea.pie
Eleanor Wilson when she married wedding dress, the trousseau or any SEVERAL PARTIES SLNTENCED arrested twelve employes. Cias.1.:; Seay director of thecompany and with one accord are warm in

Secretary McAdoo. which includes some sixteen praising the many features of the
article furnished for it by his house.
Mr. Kurzman Harry Butler was given thirty days The Christmas display at Curtis & pretty girls well known film stars, city. The company is stopping! at the
accompanied by Mrs. The fact that the New York
I Kurzman and a number of fitters tumer was to remain Washington cos- by Judge Warlow yesterday for beating O'Neal's is Helpful to all Christmas stated yesterday that Orlando suited San Juan hotel and will remain for

went to Mrs. Galt's a board bill. Judge Warlow also purchasers. Their windows show onlya him exactly and that the setting here the week. Mr. Raymond Apnel is
house carrying over night indicated that the
work of
two large boxes and sentenced a negro from Winter Parkto few of the many good things they outrivalled anything to be found on cinematographer. "Babette" will be
several smaller fitting the future Mrs. Wilson has
six month for operating a blind offer. Most everything is marked to the Coast, meaning far Califor released
,nes. It ii known that the boxes not been finally concluded. tiger. away through the World Film Cor-
r suit your purse nia. poration.THE .

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DAILY to think what Paderewski would 1915 FORD RUNABOUT J

say if he knew he was accused of I
South Florida Sentinel playing a "fiddle." It would probablymean Original cost f.o.b. Orlando..$490.00

I: GLENN MORH4NC....AND......WEEKLY............EdlUrT war between the United States I North ing system East starting_.____and____light-_____ 100.00 CASTILE SOAPMADE
f' ES8INGTON . .... ....- Manager and Poland. Shock absorbers _________n_ 15.00
-0- Seat covers ________________ 12.50
Entered at the potoffic at Orlando, FlorMU. will at Mr. Bryan, Pointed radiator ____________ 23.00
.. Second CUM Mail Matter. Laugh as they lock ___ 3.50
Thief proof
truth in his statement
there is a world of FROM

DaD,. 1 Year SUBSCRIPTION.............BATES........... $8.00 that what the world needs today Total cost _________nn___$644.00 .
Dail,. 1 Month ...................... Z.SO is Pentecost and not an Arma- Driven only six months. What will 1
Month ...................... 1.25 a
Ddl Oail:,. 1 Month ....................... .SO geddon. As between William Pentecost you give" me in cash? Address"Henry
Sentinel office. 12-7-tfc
Ford, care
Weekly. 1 Year ...................... 11.00 Bryan and Theodore Armageddon confi-- PURE OLIVE OIL
Roosevelt, we have more ARE YOU GOING TO HAVE YOUR

ADVERTISERS One relief that will come after IMPORTED OLIVE OIL QUART . . . . . . . .90c
That Show, at coming
Cr.y f.r dUpU tad all .tk.r kaad-wt Christmas. There will be a relief Five County Baby Fair, is going to be some IMPORTED OLIVE OIL PINT . . . . . . . . .45c
.-.fie...rtl..f U the* M Sentinel. k* loaded_(.later Ia at than UM badaeM 1 p. m.O from newspaper ads. from one end of show. IMPORTED OLIVE OIL Yi PINT . . . . . . . 23c
.. day krf,. pnMieatioa. This nU ppli*.. the country to the other beginning, Lots of wise people have caught on PURE CASTILE SOAP LB. : . . . . . . . . .23c
w changes f.r natract advertising: it I and Howard's Studio is stacking up
>a.triable sad wtU ..e atrictly: adhered ... "What to Buy for Him." Also, in pictures galore.Is .
Sentinel dbeondnned Orlando, that worn to a frazzle, "Do your child in it? If not, it is
Subscriber should notify desiring the The office in writing on your Christmas shop-" etc., may be your fault. ONE POUND OF THIS CASTILE SOAP WILL MAKE 5-10c CAKES. CALL UP TODAY -
tile date of expiration otherwise it will be All children under eight: years.
eontlnued at the regular subscription rata changed to "Begin getting something Country as well as city children. Sat- AND LET US SEND YOU A SUPPLY.
atil notice to top ia received............ ready for the fair early." urday and Wendesday. Absolutelyno
r.I.'..... N..'" r .......... I. I
--oA charge. You are favoring us.
TUESDAY DECEMBER 14, 1915. Western editor who evidently is HOWARD'S STUDIO-ON THE I
not pleased with the kind of eats he AVENUE t

Help to put the fun in the Senti- gets at evening parties, Inquire 12-5-tfc

tiel's Santa Claus Fund. "Will some one please' show us the FOlt SALE

o person who invented the idea that t hate even! thousand choice nursery City Drug Store
Ate we In any hurry to heat frontGreat there is nourishment in a lettuce trees including several varietiesof.brahRe
tirltain In ahswet- to bur latest salad?** it is hot always a matter ofhdtlHshmfeht ahd grapefruit lt ef. Will J. |j. tIBAN I'Hjptlttot OtUtidtt, tldtldd
Ll1tet.doti*1 brother. Often: \; times e I them itt ahjr t1U hUty. ) hetr
Hitrahft td Fait UrbuhtKilarrj !
sate !
ti- - the! greeii bf the! letttictt! ahti the! yet ; P.ll1l Leti.. Phbhe M!>. it -Ctfe!
Amplest H I a R>*",at blabe" tot the Idttr: tit the! hitistahi are abtttlutel!!

tld&H: : HMlilttti lilt\ A Jibbt- plate IHIB hFpessdf!!!! } tu baff fr out the : tblafetfietal JUNES( : ltlt\8 A LUAhtl l:

\thitk t tie iu1 tHdJill dd\Hi: !sphpHlB! : th>H FHIIiI.the hultPII: Ely' mrtl1 FOR SALE!
----e= =68m = bllafs nHtl M\M' WbHltHtjllllr } HePl "Don't Ov@rlook\\

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''f ful111,1, -", 1 i+IlrlHliM! 4nunie! rnutltl1Iill" |t. I 11);) tiu| factv\) \\ \\\\M\\ THE FLORIDA REAL ESTATE r('nn \\n a npur muitt with eUyvni wlllll W' rnr"l.tlt:
mUttt: from (Orl'Uulu{", iwir anti' : clNrets' anti' storatra' Pit 11.1."Q
1'f\ {f (hoCuit. tl+icp Iniyhl, ,"alll( ynnthuFsplrltua will '11\\'" 'IH |ry it PI4'' fur Nn' \ wr (If- I seven fPun
) e4vlsur., hltll'tll4r.\ ltlf"I"I"v, (\ can litakv' ' any & INVESTMENT CO, \viiy brlfK rand This U \n\ t huh'u CHARLES p, DOW
A fair cuniiarion| ( l Mwin-n' ,Ihu carol:(.
: hu htu nolhinjrtu Italian road anti vltrilled' brick.'Mt\ piece. of land and U tmitulilu for -- = -, -
| Iluy-Kd Ouyr iayo", U\o\'l,1\ ) (their nfUcu to tho
Oily, and, in fact, it doer nut iticm Ittvunr hut they must either pay' out uncilk-t! Uctildcncu, lit )Faust= citrus! fruit, truck and general .
likely, that anything h* aught ray their muiivy for A lottery ticket road
would help| much. or wait tea years before having one. Central! A>\'ellue told hope to farming.

_o- meet our clients and many new l

"I r John I.iml hu been correctly JONES; (.()ES: JUST! TIIK: HAME, one to get acquainted with us PRICE $35.00 PER ACRE Onion Sets!
quoted, WiUan nhouU l 110 severely AND TIIIN: SOMI() : and our methods of doing busl- :

dealt with."-MemphU N w.-Sclml- Route No. I ness. We buy and sell Real -
tar. Also, vic vena West Hound-Head Down loan
Estate and Mortgages,
a.m. a.m. p.m
o has decided Orlando ______u fl:30: 10:15: 3:00: money on good securities and
The Norwegian parliament Ocoee __ 7:30 11:15 4:00 I Fl Wallace Realty Co Just a few for late planting-White Bermudas only-
not to award the Nobel peace Winter u-uu Garden -- 7:45 11:30: 4:15: advance money to parties intending ,
prize. Could it not have waited till Oakland __.__ 8:00 4:30East I to build homes on easy Get yours before they are all gone.

Henry Ford arrived-N. Y. World. Orlando _--_Bound____ 9:30-Read 1:30 Up: 6:00 terms Bank Guarantee for our Room 3 Arcade

o Ocoee __________ 8:30 12:30 5:00: transactions. ...
Russia is reported as having mobilized Winter Garden 8:15 12:15 4:45 Phone 117
along the German front a gigantic Oakland ._____Fare_ 8:00: 4:30 HENRY BENEDICT, PRES. Orlando Seed & Produce Co.
army of fresh troops--and just
Orlando to- Straight Round
when food is becoming scarce in Germany Ocoee _______-_____55c. $1.00 206 S. Orange Ave. Phone 166
too.Francis. Winter Garden _____65(. 1.20
Oakland ___________75c. 1.40 II I
Joseph -has been on the I South. Jiound-Kead Route No. 2. Downa. Grove for Sale

throne sixty-seven years, but since .m. a.m. p. m. 80 acre Lakesite, 35 acres in Grove; 2200 fine bearing
that horsebaclf ride King George is Orlando ________ 7:00 10:15 5:00 budded trees; 300 Seedlings. Close to brick road and
the thrown' Pine Castle _____ 7:30 10:45 5:30 CO.
most prominent among Taft ___________ 7:45 11:00 5:45 town. FORAGE GROCERY
heroes of Europe. North Bound-Read Upa. House, Barns, Outbuildings.
o .m. a.m. p.m. FLA. ROUND STEAK, per pound . . . . . . ... . . . . .17 c
The man who invented liquid fire Orlando ________ 8:30 11:45 6:30 Big SACRIFICE for QUICK SALE FLA. LOIN AND PORTER HOUSE, per pound . . . . . . 17c
has been indicted in Cleveland. What Pine Castle _____ 8:00 11:15 6:00 CHUCK ROAST FLORIDA, per pound . . . . . . . . . lOc
Taft ___________ 7:45 11:00 5:45 EXCLUSIVE SALE
would not the Anti-Saloon League do : Fare-Pine Castle, 20c.; Taft 30c. CHUCK STEAK FLORIDA, per pound . . . . . .... .12/2c
if it could locate the man who invented Children under 12, half fare. FLA. BEEF STEW, 3 pounds for . . . . . . . . . . . 25c
fire water? Will pick you up anywhere on the Orlando Real Estate Co. FLORIDA PORK HAMS, whole, per pound . . . . . . . 15c
o road for and 5 cents everything a mile.and We do buy all FLORIDA PORK CHOPS, per pound . . . . . . . . . . 15c

Russia's new army is reported tr anything kinds of messages for you. We have E. B. BRADLEY FLORIDA PORK STEW, per Ib . . .. . . . . . . . .12ftc
be "steam cleaned weekly," which fine cars and will make extra trip 42 WATKINS. BLOCK PHONE 504 WESTERN PORK CHOPS, 2 pounds for . . . . . . . . 45c' |
may account for why it has not yet after the show for 5 or more fares.A SLICED HAM 2 pounds for . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45c
been as offensive as the seasoned and other charge large of 10 bundles cents for on Route suit cases No. BOILED HAM, per pound . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35c

troops in the trenches.In 1, and 5 cents on Route No. 2. MMtM Mttt M MtMTtMMf MMMMMdirislmas HENS, LIVE, per pound . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20c
o Boost the Bus! It is better than : SMOKED COUNTRY SAUSAGE per pound . . . . . . ..20eAAB.COOK&fOMPANYA

Boy-Ed connection and Von with Papen the, did departure you ever of the street car.MORTON Phone.H. JONES 586. & SONS. : C Cards and Booklets !

stop to realize the stinging slap on
the wrist involved in no successor to AN ANNOUNCEMENTI t

Dr. Dumba having been named? thanks to : Exquisite selection(from Ic. up). Also Souvenirs,
desire my
o the many friends express who gave me their : Novelties, Toys, Japanese Novelties, Stationery, .I CHRIST BUILDING : ORLANDO VAS
A trifle like $500.000.000, which the patronage during the life of the Ca- : and Magazines.
& Gore Grocery, and also
War wants at once for the ers
army,College could be raised by a poll tax Company.while I was I manager hope to be of able Ot.T to Grocery serve 22 W. Church St. AGENTS, we invest money safely for our

of $5 apiece for every man, woman you with groceries again in January, Ureln"am f I & HI.II i ONE BLOCK EAST A. C. I. DEPOT customers; manage their real and personal ,.

and child iii the United States. AU as as I soon expect as to arrangements open another can grocery be : f property; look after their taxes and other obliga-
in favor will begin paying at once
and avoid the rush.-N. Y. World.SIDELIGHTS. made.At the present time you will find 1 IIIIIIHIIIMMMIMMIMMIIIMItltMMMIMIItMPURE tions collecting rentals, interest and dividends.
III me at the Racket Store of Mr. Geo.
McCulloch, where I will be pleased to INCOME INVESTMENTS, Mortgages and Bonds
help you select your Christmas gifts.
Very truly yours12143tc STORE
Baskets! Baskets!! Any kind-
Home made, or imported, you will'
Some one suggests that considering CONSTRUCTIONWe
find- HINTS
some of the products of certain Pine needle baskets nice and cute,

educational institutions they shouldbe ide in Orlando-not view dispute.that line. Raisins, Currents, Walnuts, Almonds, Brazil Nuts, Pecans,
called "sub-normal schools. Make your !! kind. Citron Orange Peel Lemon Peel, Cluster Raisins, Burnett
Baskets! Baskets Any save time and worry on your
you money

-- -
No. 7, Arcade Extracts, Burnett's Cake Coloring. ,
Coal is $40 per ton in Rome. Perhaps M214ltcHave The Above Are All Fresh Stock building operations. Our clients are satisfied.
the heartless old Nero was
against the coal trust and that is why you located Mrs. Tuttle's Gift Phone 203 No. 8 W. Church St. 1
Shop this season? If not, be sure
he was so happy that he is reputedto M2-8-tft
have fiddled while the capital! of you do.

the ancient. Roman empire was burn .
in*. I I II UMHiHimiiiHiiiiMiiiiHinimiiiiiimmiiToDay ..

Orlando l'r""h'tfrl"nll-0- ArC Already I INVESTMENTSMunicipal 1 offer I G. C. Montgomery

beginning to make plans' for taking we you
care of the five or *lx hundred follower l.
of John Calvin who will be : nml Industrial We have employed the service of G. C. Montgomery:

hero at tho meeting of the Genera Bonds, Mortgages: on Improved QUALITY! our painting department. Cars overhauled and painted.
Assembly of the southern branch of
the church next-Mayo -. Property. SERVICE! Prices for Fords, $10.00 to $20.00; Any cars $10 to $50.

discussing the relative meritsof S per cent.
vocal and instrumental: music the PRICES:

Punta Gorda Herald man speaks of Interest Investments of
TadereswsU) as playing a fiddle. Editor
Jordon evidently has confusedthe unquestioned security.

world's greatest living pianist The Co-Opertive Produce Co.
with Kreisler, Maud Powell, Kubelik, CHAS. P. DOW I Freeman V. D. Phillips, Mgr

and other famous violinists, and also ; W. S. DeWitt Mgr. No. 10 E. Church St. PHONE 447
The Peoples National Bank 14 EAST CHURCH STREET. PHONE 221THE
fails to distinguish between a man .I
who plays a fiddle and a real sure f
hesitate. .11..1..1111.'1.1..1. . . . ..
enough artist on the violin. We ,








Christmas Give The

Choice Toggery For The

Men's Xmas PresentsAll UnexpectedFor

i through our Haberdashery Department there prevailsan ChristmasWe

air of good quality, style, taste and refinement. Whetherit
Ladies Suits and Dresses can show you such an array of attractive, appropriate -
be Shirts,Neckwear, Hosiery, Gloves, Sweaters, Underwear,
Silks and Serges, All The and useful Gifts on our 3rd Floor as you have
or what not, excellence will show itself in every line.
Latest Models never seen before. The very things your friends and
The standard creations and novelties, from the hands of
loved have been longing for. And they're here
the best makers are here. Men who want the latest and most ones
$8.50 SUITS OR DRESSES FOR..... ..... S 7.25
correct ideas in Haberdashery turn at once to this store NOW in abundance. Come now and make your selection
$9.00 SUITS OR DRESSES FOR .......... S 7.75 .
expecting their wants to be supplied.THEY'RE while everything is new and the stocks are complete.
$9.50 SUITS OR DRESSES FOR......... $ 8.25



$14.50 SUITS OR DRESSES FOR........... 12.00 .t $3.00 to $25.00

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


( $16.50 SUITS OR DRESSES FOH.......... $13.75 i e
p $17.50 SUITS@ OH DHESSES 1'Olt........... $15.25 IVM VY3'1 $5.00 to $30.00 ( I

18.00 SUITS OH DRESSES: ,,ou........... $15.50 /1 ( tFIlIttE

$18.50 SUITS OH DUESSES FOU.......... $15.75 (I'fr1\ \ \ i CIIAIHS TO MATCH

$19.00 SUITS Oil nItESSEsl..OIt........... $16.25 aew rAw MORRIS CIIAIHS

I $19.50 SUITS OH DRESSES FOH.......... $17.00 x.1.k4r: ieM $14.00 to $30.00

$20.00 SUITS OR DRESSES FOH.......... $17.50

$22.50 SUITS OR DRESSES FOR...........$19.25 vktfI .
ct $24.00 SUITS OR DRESSES FOR........... $20.00

$25.00 SUITS OR DRESSES FOR........... $21.50 $12. to $25.00

< > $27.50 SUITS OR DRESSES FOR...........$23.50




6 $35.00 SUITS OH DRESSES FOR.......... $29.50 LEATHERS
OUR PRICES-One of the beet feature about our Habcr-
5 $37.50 SUITS OH DHESSES: FOH.......... $31.75 $5.00 to $20.00BEAUTIFUL
dupery In, that our prices are never tdrnVA tnt. They're
11 1 V 38.50: SUITS OH J)1t..8 ns: FOR .......... $32.75

b ct; $39.50: SUITS OH DHESSES FOH.......... $33.50 always reasonable and satisfactory. Make your selection LINE OF BRASS GOODS IN SMOKING < *

$12.50 ;SUITS OH DRESSES ..'Ou.\. $33.75 while selecting I fo good. SETS,FERN DISHES,UMBRELLA STANDS,SHEARS, < >

$15.00: SUITS OR DRESSES FOH.......... $34.75 Only a few more days until Xmas. Let us show! you SILVERWARE, JAPANESE BASKETS, PICTURES
$17.50 SUITS OH DRESSES FOR.......... 36.50 Six pairs of Holeproof Hosiery, guaranteed six months. Weare
$:;0.00 SUITS OR DRESSES FOR.......... 40.00 able to give you an assortment of six different colors. BEAUTIFUL LINE; THIS HAS TO BE SEEN TO BE

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i l Winter Park News Peoples Every National day Is a Bank busy, but day yesterdaywas at the ATTOHNEYATLAWNo.

4 West Pine Sreet
an exception to the rule, something Give Him UsefulIt
like $."',000 being distributed! by Something

that institution to depositors.! :Many Phone 161

i Daily Budget 01 Items ConcerningThe persons[ their were checks made from happy the by Christmas receiving is easy to please a man. All he wants is something

savings department of the bank. DAVIS & GILESATIORNEYS.AT.LA'V useful. The selection of suitable gifts for men is apt
Town And Rollins
College The checks were mailed or the par- to be a puzzling problem for the ladies. j
ties notified the night before and a
great many were cashed yesterday.The If he is a smoker-CIGARS are always in order.
f, ANNUAL 1'. W. C. A. BAZAAR A DR. POULSON: PREACHED EX- savings department has been a Phone 72 PIPES CIGAR
CASES, and other items of smoker's sup-
SUCCESS I CELLENT SERMONS AT TilE great success as by making a small
Rooms 5, 6, 7, 8-
Between the hours of three and FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH deposit weekly a goodly sum can be plies are also acceptable.
Davis & McNeill Block
seven-thirty yesterday the girls of SUNDAY saved during the course of a year. SAFETY RAZORS make excellent gifts. SHAVING
the Rollins College Y. W. C. A. held For instance, two cents deposited today
, one of the most successful bazaars in I Dr. Poulson spoke to a large congregation to be followed by four a week SUPPLIES, HAIR BRUSHES, CLOTHES BRUSHES,

the history of their organization in Sunday morning on the hence, and so every week until Christ TRAVELING SETS, CAMERAS: ETC., come in the list

I.yman Gymnasium. Resides the students subject, "Fishers of Men," suggestedfrom mas, you will have to your credit $25. Victor Starbuck of practical gift goods for
on the campus there were num- the text, Matt., -1:19!), "Followme It has been just two years since I
hers of friends of the organization and I will make you 'fishers of the inauguration of this savings plan ATTOKNEY-AT-LAW Don't worry about the men. Come in and /see: our

present from Winter Park, Maitland men." He said, in part: and that it has met with popular favor Phone 161 stock. It will suggest just what they need.
and Orlando. I I I "When a man follows the Christ ;roc' without saying. This way of

; Judged only from a financial standpoint and becomes a fisher! of men there is saving has npealed to many peopleas No. 6V.. Pine SI. Orland, Fla "SIIOI'
the affair was a complete success ,! nothing to prevent his fishing for the deposits each week are small
!but judged from a social pointof men at all times and seasons of the and arc not felt as a large deposit
view it was even more interestingand year; and for a fellow to lIe true to would be. For the benefit of those
delightful. The (!>'mnn lum presented his calling, that must be his policy. who would! like to join the IfllH savings -
a scene of unusual gaiety, as "This Is the day of the layman; for club, the Peoples National Bank R. RAY WHITE
crowds of visitors surrounded the fishing for men is no longer looked has decided to open the club on Monday -

dozen or more tables and booths upon as a work or task or privilege December) :SJO.Co ATTOHNEY-AT' LAW E PHARMACY
which made tip the Imzanr collection. or pleasure of the ministry only. around this morning and take

!tat krtll for the pholo gallery, the 'Ihere ate places ahd times (tunny of it look at bid Rahtii:; a< he stntufa In Itoont 44Wrttkins
; fortune ttlltrt, chit rtfrMlimehl! stnnd! them) when the lay member can iln I tug .renter if the bithk building hnld-
llloik Orlando 1 I1 lltj I'iiUNB & \Vfi (WVH f HAHlNtlvhii ) ( rllt$ l'IH4
fled With brn tihuther In rttlttilWnj faun t'ttpt'tlyt'tnl k thnh his!! |tll1 lbh Ihri Iti his hhhd) Wit!! tit these MtlhJt8

t I tlielr\ ftrtrM. A |ileltlre .show, It lilt it Hint, rhurl-tl I H tits bt-hliid, llie tlniMttlm '' I t-hefk. ittid ihlltk how Miltituld yutt \\lifh 'in ltisslttlhte' Hieff Itftldf ltud) ,., ante,
, Ifrlftfrrtjili the t-ttl'tc bltlttl! tttldbdfcrfrtttty ,. t< ,ftththg In')'htfH ale hot ttltleriftnke \\ ftiih-Http-| | Fibs ill this, ItHHr-
ttt 1.lu* Hilfcrliilhhifrhl: Ahtohpt i.11It! UlttilHg augl!ltttlulltUt! UlttF ltd lug "Itithlt 'Worhlfl I
I : tllttfi it fret iii< "H < ( (soli n clHnl\11 t! 34#.4fMNN44Nt IN4ht444N11.$44$444444N4t
f llif ittlHMllllg, \ ; t..itHI". Of tit* ItHrldF stralih dIJfFtlt@; WHlk: i4tlpufl:II

R@It (UtM fjUtffr\ WUlk I dltltl$, HtlWlFMftlHl It:J I "I I II'M! bFtNly" tif (Iltl* fc-itm* >IIf
I.It11 fiHHly |Wlk Itiii/ tt fOlIlHpF, fttr IHHI l i- litrtt (till! MH NHPF MI : niiiii( Miiii( 11.1. t5ii\im IN ...............ttttt..ttt.tt> +ttt......
illill tHHF..1. IfA-t IHtF I itft HPP all hfwhi4t ''Ift\l\ Ute fi+lting fHF I (IIwn') in any (ill:\SMI IIIIJlllll 'HMMI'Iti;( fil7
WHlI 'INt41e4\ with Nnigtiu' fUll'i I lacahily DM f oil know I that\\ .right nnnrnli 18} ami H YnwellDu@K '
t HnHIIH: iHlifl f FMh !gait' : 'Ipin, m Om hmtjnp Hf OMMU fhHnh The management of the finHIIIlh Til Hi' '
f The 'patrons, vi Mtflr: ami\ stutlepts iiitin ors hays i and v\r\:\ \ wtn eatre will ilnn te n part\ pf the receipts worth fluiUlinsr, i r N l' OUI' Biisiioss"For !

c ,I were gent 1'H1villf( a 'PQlt anti} women vvant ering away frpmUtihttuMsntss ..f 11'ednesstay, pecpmber J5, I
j ., . . . .
| ; ) into the paths pf sin? fQ (the Oilando high school' basketball' - -

merriment | ; And. what 'M being done 'by us (fishersof team. The boys hope that a bit Phone 72 '
I ent were succeeding perfctlyINTKIIKSTIMi men) to catch _ot'ring! them crowd will be there on that night as Xmas

hack to God!? they need the money and! the cause is
: : VESI'EU: : SEKVJCE "Hut you can't draw men so well a worthy one. The team has been Paul V. HutchinsAttorney

t The regular weekly college vesper with a aeine--'ou must use the hand practicing hard for some time and
I service Sunday afternoon was one of line. You have watched men seine' the prospects for a successful season and Counsellor at Law. Clear Havana' Cigars

t unusual interest, and was well attended in the old mill pond or hole near the seem very bright. ((blade in Dond)
I by both students and towns- place of your boyhood days. And! Two games have been scheduled Davis & McNeil BIds
? people. The principal talk of the afternoon I: what ditl they get in the seine? Some I for the home floor in the near future. ORLANDO FLA Thai would be sufficient guarantee but In addition to

was given by Dr. McConnell, broken pottery, pieces of glass, tin The first will be played on the nightof that (his ligar Is made by
of the Presbyterian church of Orlando -1 1f I cans, old hoop skirt and a few little the 17th with Palmetto high school

f who spoke at some length on the i ir fish. Better use the hand line (hand I Ii burnishing the opposition. The down BERRIMAN BROS. L '
subject of "Love." Dr. McConnell's i to hand contact is the thing that state lads have played several games Dr. F. F. Thompson !

! talks are always interesting, and he I counts). alreday this year and are said to havea In their Blue Ribbon Factory
' was followed with close attention by I "But remember that your successin ,good: team. Dentist I
rf all. The vespers are proving to be fishing for men does not depend The second game will be played December

one of the most poular features of | wholly upon the elaborateness of your 21st against Clearwater. Formerly of New York GOOD AND BAD CIGAR STORE i
;. college life, and each service seems to tackle. You may start out with the Clearwater has always had a good .
. be an improvement over the one just finest of pole and tackle and the small basket ball team in the past and this 115 SOUTH ORANGE

l past. boy with his simple rod and tackle of year is no exception. Both_ of thee'' Over Curtis & O'Neal's 122 S. Orange Ave., next to T. H. Evans
I his own conception will beat you every James should be fast and interesting,
i WINTER PARK NOTES time. How many Christian fish and the boys should be rewarded for IMMMIMMIMMIIMMMIItlllllMMIIIIIIIIIIIIINew

ermen start out that waytheoryand their efforts to put out a winning
Kent's Winter Park bus line is running plans for soul winning made to team by a large crowd.B. 11111111..llllllllrl.III.I.I.--.I.I.I..II-.II.III. .'

on schedule time every day, and order by some great man! Remember .

such a small thing as a blown out the Lord does not measure your Y. I'. U. AT "Tn} RIPPLES'1
tire is not allowed to disturb the success! so much by your fine tackle LAST EVENING Overland l at $800 j |
, schedule. A number of people along I and execution of your plans as by .. l'
Est Park yesterday at noon the intent and earnestness with held
were The B. Y. P. U. a most enjoy-
OR. L. H. RAMSDEL"OPTOMETRIST Oversize Tires i Shock Absorbers and Extra Tire
interested the Ford which do the You
i spectators as you fishing. must able outing at The Ripples, home of
Special pulled in from Orlando after ove your job rather than desire to Mr. Alexander Harrop near Winter
having made practically the entire show off your fishing apparatus.. Park. last evening which was attended ORLANDO. . FLORIDA Buick 40
at $400
trip running with nothing but a bare Another large congregation was by eleven car loads of young peo C K FIT GLASSES GRIND LENSE
rim on the right front wheel. present at the evening service to hear pIe. Sixty-six were In the party. AND DO ALL KINDS OF
Dr. Poulson's sermon on "Steps to Games and music made the evening a ornrnSURVEYING RPpAmnn New Tires and New faint

L. II. Colles, of Winter Park wasa a Happy Life." most delightful one. Refreshment!*

visitor to the city yesterday, a guestat *ere nerved and everybody had a

the! Deficit hotel. He came here HELP TltlM!' CAUHB ALONG most pW t aht time

wither the football yesterday af. = Winter Park Auto Co.OPl
tt'thoolt.t'htt't'lt !Holllns/ College/ tttid the following letter has t been H- jotturr I'UNtiitAt* HELD to) Mating and Hub'DividlnK .
BdUthertt\ t College.Yttmpd Tribune rtiteil, from MttrfUd 0. Pttgg/ fcttttesujteHhleiiileHt .MllltltOW() AI'TEitNhitNtleCwiCes ) @
of the Children's IMIOMIT ANlTACClIllATBWUKh
t' M. Kttilehlmutsh( nltd J, W. Fufik, 11 time Hwlety of floridai.JttfliwtMVil'e I over the belly of elt..1. I I I

of Oilrttiilci' jwiHtpfrpil,t l In Tampa\|. yes: IIl'|i : Hi tIIlh I +: fad !H. Jouett of (Isis eity will )l't' t..tt..t.......... .. .t..i.t..'..........
tehtay, to itipM!( (lie fwtllmll,, game IMidir: Hpiitihp' s' 'Ihi will\ I''** our held. t tw| MOW HftetHHHIt! lit i II) ,,'t"lit'" HAL A IRISH
Hi Hunt I'It l .ItI! I.H t wwii INlin ((1111 1 1IP = hllttl I appeal( | (III VIII) fur your obi fftnii tuts( teaMuhee t ;! on NtulliKveiuie rang
11t'I1\I 1t ,ltlll 'and I II Isi
\ 'lIl1f
) pap@r )tlltf
?? mill' NiiiiUieiii\ -THIH|'H Tiiliime, I tliti niiint Nrg@nt' NIt't' Imve >ptinnila ( ; :, ArrHiitfemeitls! arts In flll\flH Civil' Knulneer I;
II."ltllllttel"' ale en HHmia' | (In 'I' 'tussle'' ;tak@r llnn'1' and' | 'the Inhere' -==or
Julie' H number" : nf out' ( nf IHWM |pen tJiiUJt |thp' JPHF'S: wink I flee 1 finni" ileht I ItI"nttill he 'In (lipenwnoi) ppneery| | > IT WnlMn t little Orlnndn, .Flit ACCIDRNTtitAttlMTV; tlfM.rH,

\a\ allfiulml$ : Die V, W. 0 A. 111\\1", Jnuohcil III | anti)n 'HIUIB|invie| | |!little I for ones the' t-lylil who| ('''lit.| Jouell\ ilei| | n't Ills hnnia "I''tldq,,, I AUTOMUIIMJ l:

II'1'' I"I\III\IIUII\\ .tlttl'lltt1! af-' "unit peen ipferieil, In tll for \>]' fiimievery aftetttdan, nftur A hnrt illness,
tetlllllJl'A lunik HIII| "- Hoililn\ |\hU. l't4A1-1 j ut4Aa nuuuuuvWOHKMAN'ri

t'lttl"e lame tint mill'' used nil, nl UUt\ tlU Illiilll I no, 1\I A: .V; .M, F A PEPPERCORN '
t'ltt'tlll1tt'lt) [, rt>l' | fur (the jexrt huh eiiine I'lUli'filltV UAMAUH ) etlMi'WNSAllON(
|ielllliiii Was Miitf' $ntdthists, till htrtfitrtlV \II *ill It Sites
.t'ltHIIt, lit" fitnji hid, Bterllilii!1 nf I tl1ft t rata! ( Hf hUt Ittlij' niita htlV(> (lllfthdtt Ioii;N mi!), I F ahd A. 'WHUIIW) end CONTUACtOP
"itt hall' abut. Jrtll iMliMllitf. in ilit> .I'rifkH. '. tH-PilHl i liilr'rClrUtta ''jf hliliiltP'H I IIrIIlIlIltlill Ill., will frit-el Hi ifjttitflF H.mittUlilealltUt -

--- ill t) pi Hittrfl!mi! ((llftt\ III M-iiltt Mil, ee'HltliMtit fie{' "sp shill I t . III .lltflF hall ill fill,i' ,) lUeethty@lehlfip I'hone 97L

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palls I lltrtl ItUlliuti9i! ID hit imp, i it ii Fat\: New IMF with, WM IIIIIti i t rii oft tup eleghioti nf fiffltPFI, YeHF IsF@aeNF@is |' Georgia Casualty Company
atthhly iNFFFt i : !ii iil If: \\llnn-it,11..11' tittllrtr* Uji* i mnnlh,1, f" 1 1dts.lh e4rNeahly I rfl'14t' etesl, :
I if urn will Meivp. mu \\PI Percivnl Hutton
IhiihHlll' cOtllnlitte@ Hill :: ,
n HUitt bisslst' I hro4 h ftllln1 ''jport:
't 11111 t Ntw Iilrt1jt:: sweepeF! !tJHHII{ t law ( ;m apex! fHF e1pAtfAF' N9 trPmypitj' { Hy PftH! pf 'the WSI- (m0? A, IIUTCIIIN ON Renrrdl(! t-\gnt:(! :
Ira|t JIi"injf "Qn,1, !satitfttchinn: readers, If' MVpflrhis, secretary: 17 Wberty i '! St,, New York, N,"
|J'IaJ| 4dintr for this help gnat now, Orlando, f'hnlda
and .iMnHing, you: far ,I that fAit AHCIIITECT
w IMWH MASOn mn L.OTANLY i I have. done fpr ifs, I ant TWO Ai1LJN1h t rAStS; imam 4 and Watkins ;flack Phone 700
t'W) I.Il t'T I Very, sincerely }yours 1tl'Neill-Davis f Building. Arlandu.
SURCUS p. FAGq, There were two drunks ,in the may Florida
State '
another page of today's Sentinel or's court yesterday morning.
i iii W- W. Hose's advertisement Member F", A, A
railing attention to the fact that he V.C.LOTS CASHJtD: BY

has a limited number of 1 lots for sale I AUCTIONNew "
I G. Rush Ford agent will receive
at a small price. These lots are go- S.S.JonesChiropractor
a car load of six cars tomorrow. All auction method sells more in The Longwood Hotel
ing rapidly and he only has eight out
: are sold. few days than private sale all season.
of fifteen left. Sales have already I Clean straight high prices buyers
been made to the following persons: leased and leave with invitation to Open under new management. Special attention
Mr. George of
Frjhoffer, Chicago,
H. Montgomery Smith, Lawrence come back. George Fryhofer land given to auto parties.
who was en route to Palm Beach auctioneeer. First Nat. Bank Bldg.,
I.awton. Lawrence Mussel white, Harry where he spends his winters, was Chicago. Write or wire me, West Rates $2.00 and up, American. Special rates by the
Bethel, all one lot; L. B. Patterson among the agreeable callers at the Palm Beach Florida. 12-14-4t&4w: Graduate of Davenport, la., Col- week or month.
James DeLaney, each two lots. I
Sentinel office yesterday. Mr. Fry- lege.
hoffer has traveled Located at Longwood, Fla., the town of opportunity.D. .
deal and
a great
FORMER WINTER: RESIDENT: IS I is conversant with a great many Room No. 3, Schultz Bldg. i Specialist on Nervous and 'A. MIDGLEY. Mgr.

DEAD I places of interest but he thinks Orlando Dr. C. W. Fain Chronic Diseases.4th .
Mrs. J. B. Warner, a former win is the equal of any that he has

ter resident of Orlando, died recentlyat ever seen. He is an interesting talker DENTIST
Floor Y. D. Building
the home of her daughter, Mrs. and makes one feel better for having Office Hours: 8 to 12, 2 to 5. ,
W. A. Harris, at Canton, Ohio. come in contact with him. WINTER PARK, FLA. Phone 209 Sentinel Want Ads Get Results t1

A "t'tittmr tuutmuv t'Aittv It, ii. AttNOLt) IM Kt-t:; '<)Vl.UMI' - -O 41:1
Miss Malian A, Nye, eldest daugh I HUM t &KfeHK!! Oi'fcHAtlONftHirle

I (( ) tnln Swfotttl I tt'f tf Air hhJ Mfs. A. J< Nye, lIel", "(IrtIt At Allof's"
htttWl t her! /uuHeehth linhdayUhlfty data the! following ffofti Penn

I *-- I HftPMiOOfl \ll
of her gill friends with ellrueeinlr 19 the |1'pyH, ef OHriRiltf and Orange
iCl'I.\I( l CAI.IiMIMI; ) where 1 he has I I'ppn' spending*| hw win* fnnteot! and m\J-i\ f.li it: euunly, it"" Mrnwt.1 wee a resident :

'I'ua+tlay:T Fff thfif Hi t tar, fur UtP |'lit'4 *PtlFitl I }rP mi, IllS Mh, Kil'iiioMn* WMII{ the pare|> A i box of | 1r thu city fur H number ofyears

1'an:114llenip, fan Juan ijnll, .8 p, m, hums there i M an Meal' CM, and the candy, fur vijtl! Being, the mA"t newge= and i i.$ the "1-FftheF of Mr- H A.
JiAfQltili: t'luh, burnt 'I'ppi bas, Mr, |Wises| of 'brilliant entertainments! giv: per adv4rtiarmenta: and Mltrgi" Arnold, nf Conway'
Florence Heardall I Mrs, At I 1ft MM" en by Mr, Smith, who ja a nodal I j iawks( rapured the price, A pink and 4 "Burgeon'! connected with the Univer&ity -
lory, Mrs, Cameron: Mann, and Mon 'leader in highland! 1'ark and ft distinguished
lemma 1 1ft Rainer. white pincushion A white i ivwry I hospital at lUUimore, MJ-,
\vYdii. day December 15 personage In Florida, canoe, for guessing the most: authors performed an operation a few days
Bridge flpheon Club, Mrs, Merle where she frequently entertained, At find o'clock they were invite to ago in which a large portion of the El Elo
McKlroy, hostess Mr. Smith is a member of the firm the dining room where a birthdaycake stomach of Harold H, Arnold, of
Unity Circle" ; topic, "Dr McNeill II. W.Waley. of lirandon & Smith Paper company, lighted with fourteen candles Gainesville, Fla., was removed and a .
by Mrs. Mary L.
D. A. R. Jubilee at the home of Mrs.A. of Chicago, among the largest paper stood in the center of a wreath of new digestive organ formed from the Watch Bracelets
L. Forde.Wednesday manufacturers in the country. lie is holly which formed a center piece for unaffected tissues, slightly smaller
Card Club, Mrs. J. I. largely interested in citrus fruit in the table. The place card were of than the ordinary tennis ball, was
Thornton, hostess. Florida and has one of the largest Convertible into regular watch, or be
Rachelor Girls, Miss Norma Gage, poinsettia and holly and the favors constructed. Arnold is able to receive a can worn on
hostess. packing houses in the state. .. were little white boxes filled with bonbons predigested food through a neck chain ; twenty and twenty-five year and solid gold p
Fortnightly Card Club, Mrs. Hamilton The Illinois Central made arrangements with painted poinsettia cov glass tube. cases.
Johnson, hostess. to handle his car out of Chi Mrs. assisted Mrs. the
ers. Nye was by "In event of the complete recovery ,
Entre Nous Club, Mrs. J. Y. Cheney, CHRISTMAS GOODS ARE HERE
and transference of his will
t hostess. cago car II. C. Baker in serving salmon loaf. of Arnold, he will have to receive ,

Men'a Open Forum. 'he handled here by the local office. saltines, olives, hot rolls, tutti fruttiice nourishment at least a dozen ALLEN & CO. JEWELERS.
Thurlod.), December 16. The arrival of Mr. Smith marks tho cream and cake. times> a day because of the smallnessof ,

Rosalind Club, afternoon party. I beginning. of the season when tho big. The &guests were Elizabeth Robinson I his stomach, which will hold only Ib s!J

Christmas Club, Mrs.party A. ,It.Twentieth)Rogue. hostess Century men and women of the country beginto Katherine Itarnes, Carol Dow, about the contents of an ordinary =01:1t:

Here and There Club. Arrive,Jacksonville Metropolis :Margaret\ Hawks, Lillian Kingnley: teacup. Physician stale that it will
Country Club dance. --0'I'S..II& -- Violet Duuidits., Annie Bruce, 1':101110: I "bo impo nibtf fur him to swallow
Mendelssohn Club presents Gaul : : & HKKVICKH: : 1..11LG1L1'<; :I.I f
City." Larson, Ida Jfrnliriin, Hlixnbrth: I.nn, more than half it teacup of nny liquid PKKPAKING: f rem

"Holy Friday, December' 17. | ATTENDED: : CuMlo Sharpe, !Ituth Fraser, (!ludyn. at. one time. a CIIKISTMAS NOWI!

Mm. R. II. Scott entertain at 'bridge There was A largo attendance nt and Marian Nye. 1'' A little touch of hero and there
In honor of Mis Ethel: Tnmblyn. 'the! vesper services the First linp- -o- I 11m: SIMM' : TO d'I"I'IN11.: I'AN. -llhf.:. .R, will put the house point in shape fur the

W. C T,"u.Mrs.: topic J.\ II."Peace Magrudcr and,Arbitration lead tint church :Sunday nfternoon. The 1 IMOHMAL STAG; PAKTY IIMC: MiiiiNi: : ; TOMCIIT( + holiday season Let us .fill your
er.ItlG. musical program In charge of Mr.W. J.nllt.k wan decidedly gay for I want In the paint line. We handle
Mr. Joe Y. Cheney, chairman of therecruiting only pure goods And can provide
the several circles of and In you
-0- S. Drench, Jr., was splendidly carried society, with requirement. Our
every guar.
; CHICAGO MAN AND FAMILY out, "being excellently rendered. addition to the larger affairs there i I and social committee, an. untee goes with everything we sell.
ARE: COMINGJacksonville : several smaller that I nounced last night that he had arranged <
There were large/: congregations/: /: at were parties I "_ .' .
fine for the I'anI = =' :: : =
" ( Metropolis) !both the morning and the evening were<< greatly enjoyed. Mrs. M. J. | a "j-prcad" I r --

C. F. Mather-Smith, rich paper : service also. The pastor, the Rev.f Daetwilcr, at. her pretty home, 408 I Hellenic meeting which will be held at Orlando Paint' & Wall Paper C.

manufacturer of Chicago, 111., accompanied I T. Poulson, I). I)., spoke in the West street, on Thursday evening, the San Juan cafe at 8 o'clock to + 205'S. Orange Avenue
I night. All members of Greek letter
by his wife and children, wilt morning upon "Fishers. of Men" and entertained a limited number of gentlemen Phone 261
I fraternities urged to attend this
arrive in Jacksonville on a special car i I in the evening on "Steps to a Happy << friends of Mr. M. J. Dactv COLEMAN & HIIAN
on the Seminole Limited Monday Life." and her father, Mr. F. W. McAuley, meeting. It will be permanently organized -

morning. Mr. Smith is coming directto : -0- with a' 'stag party," in honor of their I tonight. Wm. lieardall,
chairman of the constitution and bylaws
Jacksonville from Highland I'ark, All members of the Mendelssohn birthdays.
I committee, will present his re
north of Chicago, where he has a 'Club are requested to attend full re- -0-
"HEX Hm AT OI'KKA HOUSE port. A program has been arrangedand CAREY HANDFUNERAL
beautiful home on the lake shore. i hearsal at the :Methodist church on
' all "Greeks" are assured a splendid -
lie is en route to his winter homeon : Wednesday! evening, December 15, at TONIGHT
evening. Come all!
one come
Lake Apoka, at Oakland, Fla., i((8:30 o'clock. 12-14-2t All members of the caste of "Hen

Hur" are requested to meet promptly DIRECTORAND
-- - - --
HAVE YOU FIFTEEN REAL FRIENDS? at 8 o'clock at the opera house to- ORLANDO BY AUTOSMr.
night. Be there on time and withoutfail. EMBALMERAll
I' so: you will want them to receive some evidence of your good will at .
Mr. Carr is desirous of getting
and Mrs. Frank Mr. and
Instead of the Christmas Clum
Christmas. expensive gifts, custom now to send
cards is universal than everVe have of things started immediately. Kemem- Mrs. Frank Gilford, Miss Mabel and
more prepared a special package
Christmas Greeting Cards from steel engravings, consisting of fifteen of ber the time and place. Gordon GilTord!, Mrs. May Freeman, calls answered Promptly Dayor

our most popular designs. They come in envelopes all ready to mail and - and! Mr. William Jamieson, well
Miss Laura M. Heggs, president of
known winter residents'< of Concord Hand Block.
the lot is sent posl-paid for one dollar. Night. .
the Jacksonville Equal Suffrage Association
:This assortment is an unusual value and you will have much satisfaction I'ark, arrived in Orlando from near
such and artistic token Christmas remembrance. has 'been elected a delegateto Troy, N. Y., in their three cars after
iy pending a stylish of a Orlando Florida.
the convention of the NationalWoman'lI -
Those iard have spare for senders name and if you have a card plate we making the entire trip. They traveled ,
will print them from it at an extra cost of 75c. Order Now, J, P. Stevens Suffrage Association to beheld through eight states in the Jour. I I
in Washington, 1)) C.. December PHONE 639. RESIUENUPHONE 457,
making the trip leisurely In
Atlanta On.f .
tlngr/: "lng Company, ,
; f-IJ.! Dr. Mary A. Safford, of Orlando something over two weeks.! They

-, president t of the Florida 1 Initial' covered about t 1,500 hilled nhd! report
guffratri! Association, wilt! also be
tupoeht nt this Hintehtion. Af tether . thai .they The greatly toads ehjojred gehetnlly theettterlehce. ........ ....... ...... .... . . ... .. . . ,. .... . ...

tettmi otie will Kite nnbcfoie address! Were fotihit Very' good.
t I the Jltl'kuhtille!! Equal' ltuffrtlpe ;
\"iltwitltiull.-J tI k"IjIt""t' Me --
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tf t It opulls, !!: 'lUU) liA t14 tit CIiAIIi VIIANK A. uuima' WILLIAM It&, O'NBAL)

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f =( 1 fOn z\fI, l-Iaallne\ ; "nnini1..}. fflltllfH!
: 11l11 Ilicnlhera' of the Itmllh1 'faldeis anti' fulltm1111t\hfli t \ : hied 1\ : .' 1
fUl'l wit (i>FtIII'I ni\ address hitnday:: avenue 1 1J:11-tf e

evening 'try Mr i tHAIWhHnHW., ___ =:::::1:
,president' \ pf Ho ::urn+U TJHK no the

tI'ivic Importance pf .th? J Mate: t'tll'-' SpirellaCorsets
+ tlrl4thm of Wouwn'ji Clubs in t'lorill. | ,

I The ladies of the Christian church (Not sold in stores) t

will meet with Miss Richmond, in Wear a Corset made to fit you,
the (GOO block, West Church street, Ask for a demonstration Insurance Loans Real Estate

Wednesday afternoon at 2:30: o'clock. Send postcard to
I All visiting and resident members
.are urged to be present : Mrs. Van Buskirk Rentals

The regular& meeting. of the young Corsetiere
people' branch of the W. C. T. U. :308 Magnolia Ave. OrlandoFavorite e ___
will be held at the home of MUKlminu >>

: Gould, 200 Liberty street, on
.tl ECONOMYI Wednesday, December) 15, at three

The member) of the Twentieth' TODAVH'" "I'IKKillAM!

f Century lull are planning H Christ American, "Th Right to llappl'
hear l ," In two iwrt' ,
III'I.I.II; ' l1'0) ) .\AIITOMOIIIMM( () : WKI.h ,\HN nm \party fur Thursday afternoon Majestic>, "'I, he Ah Can," *
wild Mrs A, K, Rogue| an |haloes| Kaxetnna, 'Hie heat(\ Toe My'
|\ \' OTIIKII() ( NIH'KHSAUY' ( "
". U (Cluli willdfty inert Wfllllfl"I. ,' lye .conic Ift nil
umility'I 1/111( HpoileM' ," in i.lne.
pvpnltitf nl! tl nVIui'ki with Mr.*, '
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Arras' HHI' HilMlll, Mrtlh .1..1(I((V,
\ ANY nOlHJl)( (OWNtill) WHAT' 1'1' t'OMTH! TO() SAXON SIX $785.00F.
()H'iMATiJ: Tin; nonm)( :, INCMIDINU( (ZISOI IINI ,

OIL, 'rlln( :s AND ui'KHiM'I O. B. DETROIT
Visit Our Store for .

I We have been appointed distributors! for central
ASK FOR SAVINGS CHECKS XMAS GIFTSWe Florida for this wonderful car. Wo will have In two carload -

!before January lot, and want everybody in Orlandoto
ride in it. The only cheap thinK about the Saxon is

the price. J Equipped: with Timpkin axles and bearing!
deliver Xmn You leave
morning. !simply package
throughout, electric starter and lights, genuine leather
with card and address. No charge.PHARMACY. upholstery and all refinements of a 2000.00 automobile.Let .

us give you a demonstration. Carload of the famous
Ileo Six's to arrive this week. You are invited to ride

in them also. For high class, long life and hard work

1-: \W. PHILLIPS & S SONS Heo nnd Saxon.PALMS.

210 S. Orange Ave. AUTO CO.

IH' trlbutrn for
r Iteo and Baxon Automobile.

N Orange Ave Phone 400

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K'utlak* Hint thlppliee} .

,, r, \\'@ develop rtlffl\ , Advertise in the SentinelNrl
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$1101. ":f\lU4\-furly In the morning, Thus"you will benefit not only yourself but also the loyal' workers who are hero to wnlt upon )'OU, You can make your own task of gift buyIng -

easier, and you can greatly lighten the task of the salespeople by doinir ns much of your Christmas shopping) possible: now,
\\'e are ueeessfuJJy solving the gift problems of hundreds of people every day!



Xmas Xmas

Fill up your husband's shirt drawer for Christmas-he will thank you most heartily. Shirtsare
SHOPPERS always thankfully received. Our holiday stocks have brought forth the very latest colors, pat- SHOPPERS
terns and fabrics. Rich effects in silks, crepe de chines, linens, flannels, madras, Russian cords,
etc. Priced at $1 and up.


Christmas HosieryVery well selected gift of some practical article of jewelry is a sure way to please a man for Fancy LinensHand
Christmas. Jewelry that he can put to everyday use is the kind he likes best. Vast assortmentof
attractively boxed for gift giving. tie pins, charms and lapel buttons, cuff buttons and links, dress sets, belt buckles, tie clasps, embroidered Madeira work. In sets
etc., at a big range of prices. centerpieces, scarfs, etc., etc.
"Gordon" Silk Hose, $1.00 and $1.50 box.
HANDKERCHIEFSWe Lunch Sets, 13 pieces, from $5.00 to$14.50
"Gordon" Lisle Hose, 4 pairs in box1.00 Centerpieces from $1.25 to ____________ 6.00 ,
"Phoenix" Silk Hose, 2 pairs in box$1.50 have assembled for the Christmas season a stock of handkerchiefs that will never be Scarfs from $2.25 to ________________ 7.50
Phoenix Children's Hose, 4 pairs in box $1.00 surpassed for its vastness, good values and fine qualities. We have omitted nothing that would J Hemstitched Madeira work
Children's Lisle Hose, 2 .in box__ 50c. make a handkerchief display complete. An unusually fine array of linens, silks and silk and :
pairs linen mixtures in plain effects initial, border and pattern designs. Also combination sets of hand- Lunch napkins, each __________________ 35c.
kerchiefs, hosiery and neckwear. Lunch squares, $1.00 to --------_______$3.50
Hemstitched scarfs, 751; to ____________ 3.00
"Kayser" Silk Under NECKWEARNeckwear

for Christmas arouses a man's real enthusiasm. We have selected this season a ...
VestsVery display of neckwear that makes all previous stocks look small. Perhaps never before was such a Fancy Handkerchiefs
large, well balanced stock shown. Every good fabric, every attractive color, every novel pattern,
special: A cleaning up of this make in every new shape is represented. Boxed or singly. Our Christmas assortment
Silk Vests in white and colors. Regular Prices i is most unique in its completeness
range from $1.08 to $4.50. BATH ROBES Pure Irish Linen Genuine Hand Embrold-

If you want to cheer a man up-If you want to make him comfortable, happy and win his fry.
At Half Price friendship for life, give him a bath or lounging robe for Christmas Our Christmas displays Prices from
show all the newest effects at moderate pricell.SMOKING. 15 cents to

f. JACKETSGive 65 cents each

Comfey Slippers "him" smoking. jacket for Christmas and watch his face beam with delight. We could
not suggest a gift that would qualify for a higher place in a man's! appreciation. Our stocks this Silk
Women's Comfy Slipper, all colors $1X0 pair season'! show every good smoking' jacket style, color and fabric-every new effect is included. And HandkerchiefsWe

a Boudoir Slippers .................$1.25 pair the prices are within the bounds of every one's limit.FANCY have Just received a shipment of exquisite

Misses' Red Comfey* .-...... ..$1.00 pair VESTSThe Crepe de Chine Handkerchiefs In a

Child's Red Comfeya ..._..----..$1.00 pair large variety of beautiful colors and embroidered
fastidious dresser, the man who takes his appearance seriously will heartily welcomea
Dab)'.' Red Comic)'. ............ .75 pair fancy waistcoat for Christmas. We have selected for the holidays innumerable clever and undeniably effects.Special.
correct waistcoats that will surely be admired by discriminating men. Priced very rea
sonably. price 35c each


I When a man takes his Sunday morning stroll he likes to carry a walking stick. And when Fancy NeckwearXmas
Just received-a special lot of fine quality the rain Is pouring down he's glad to have an umbrella handy. Canes and umbrellas are very
Overcoats} perfectly tailored) the very latest appropriate Christmas gifts. The man who receives either will be pleased beyond words shipment just in. Individually<< << boxed
styles. Exceptional Value at $20.00. for gift giving The very latest styles and
UNDERWEAR, ETC. effects in daihty white and colored! heekweif.

Special Xmas price Hats, t! pajamas J underwear, hosiery sweater and tt sensible articled to be Priced from 35 tol,50
found here make splendid t Christmas gifts, 1h@ wan receiving them will be doubly thankful= c
$16.50 fur H practical l gift is always mere} acceptable than a useless fitl@ Our Christmas displays t show
wonderfully fine seleetiena i of praetleal l gifts for mn=ai pHees you'll gladly pay,

i MUFFLERS Boudoir Caps

Ostrich Boas When the shrill wind blow and when the dust flies a man is! more than pleased! to possessa ! 'fh@ Jeman4< for thin dainty fantaisie!! i fa iver
muffler Mufflers are necessities; ;: to the man who wishes! to be well dressed! and thoroughly pro en the\ increase, The Christmas assortment
SO just FWrtvwl!( in Black 1 Blaek fm4 White t tecied. And ( :! :! an excellent> hQhaAY just In justifies their polarity' Never before
inclgd ll theachoiebtef loritpatternseandste tl reshare
and fpJor: } Much under\ value' .. stock of them have we shown su.ch beautiful} ponibmatjon @fs
Priced for quick selling i Prices from 35c
can always be counted on as high bidders for the favorite position in the ranks of range
$1.98 $3.50 and $5.00 Christmas gifts for men. We have them for dress and street wear-and for golfing, motoringand to $2.00 : ; n
driving too.

GEOOEE DEF..A..R'J: :' IE' : 2sT T'

TIMELY SUGESTIONS FOR TilE FESTIVE BOARD A full line of Richelieu Pickles, Preserves, Jams and Spiced
We have all the condiments necessary for Fruits, Figs and Mince Meats.
New Nuts, both whole and shelled; New Popcorn.
The kind of Cheese we carry, Includes
the Christmas Pudding, Pies and what not Stuffed and whole Dates. Limberger, Imported Roquefort, Neufchatel I, Cream, Snappy
Crystalized Cherries and Ginger. Welch Rarebit, Imperial, Pimento, etc., etc. A


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Mechanical ToysTrains Dolls! Dolls! Dolls!

Purses Jewel BoxesLadies
Toy Boats, Men, Dogs, Autos, Animals, ,
Undressed Kid Body, Full Jointed, Bisque

Cannons that Shoot, Cornets, Trombones, Neckware, Hose, Handkerchiefs, Etc.
Dolls, Dressed Dolls of All Sizes and Prices.
Tea and Dinner Sets, Toy, Aluminum Cook-
in Holiday Boxes.Ien's Initial Handkerchiefs -
Velocepedes, Automobiles, Irish Mail, Carts
ing Ware and Dishes. SCHOENHUT ART DOLLS
Rocking Horses, Doll Carriages, Trunks, Neckties, Suspenders and Hose, in
Fancy Boxes.
, Kitchen Cabinets, Furniture, Tool Chests,

. Chairs, Pianos, Horns, Drums, Doll Beds. McGIILLOCffS DEPARTMENT STORE '
Extra Fine Line of China Solid Bowels.


ADDITIONAL WINTER PARK NEWS up with its usual quota of tourists of the week putting down the twenty- streets here.-Kissimmee Valley Ga- WIVES MOTHERS DAtimTERS !-
Will Sacrifice
and winter residents was shown yesterday four foot brick paring.AbWtiU.VAL I zette. SWEETHEARTS
by the shoppers who crowded

10 000 utL\tkAtJt tiLt LAID ON i-iIfeltLAcllEN t the business section ail! afternoon.StKfefet LutALS j. Itatfield; bhe bf the substantial CHRISTMAS IS

;thettirk! bt t Ujihg the ten Ihth fvLlh\ ; i A\\-tti'tU\ AHll (e: L. feettell, bf brlahddi, Was 1H the! I titlzehs ideHt i bf ddklahd"brahgt ,tbuhtj-j Is the tthb ttiet\ e reSIs bltl tOMINttHuy )

GUARANTEED[[ TREES[[ file! iihe Ib taktf f tiIbf the SttffdbedhUHiifcb > I ( \:kg; City tetteFdaIbbklR' bVeF the VdH- I tie8f; t brbtt lie is Waklhg his t the "Mtnu tt liu\>r bf
the bf IfitbFlabheH :
ttlbhg fefettlbn
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> } BUS IbbaltbHS! heFe tdril iHtkht Hirtkhbtei Iud Visit Id theUt t t'bdt !dhJ I IHr IS
Ail True Tu i Ndmt nVtHUfe fchlth: i IS 18 be jibledt1FeHtfhHF i i1iI f3 6fi fedSt dFk aVeHUe VeteFtlaV t; l ; MleS; MF I : eWbll i Is F6IFleleF8f ; WUtk itleitfcti l ttllk It: MF: llrtl8WRI ,
6 to 1 foot trees ft &d9 fHlnlilhtelf t l .HlHddfl : &ftiFH88Rmm\ WHi! tHt8Fe3te! ! E ihtt I Hhil\ DrHHdd HHd ljeld! 1IdF @ and I1F811th1118 NEW SOUTHOigars
l hl41IHB Will MFg fttf the thi E4feet: iH dnbrd
1 m n@tF\ EtFeel I! + think 8lf FIR m\H! eptJHFtu: tf8\! :=I'ltftFMttF! &UR\ :
eWe EACH I !lU.frtH Fliiilil 1 @ ef lhill !l Elhm ef! mEhiH@hiEh!\ RHd! |IH\ *t HrrlvBd\ wutil Riti 9 fef IHI\\C h8481 I: Y88I= 118:=
Inhalt\fh\ ftHIHl@ 11et1lF@H! t 111@ tfinR iRiiial H> 8Ht. rh@
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All l leading; f varieties\ : butt ton\ !\ :
IhmllF\ Hnd\ (V\ntslI!\ : I1II!\ IIIH@ 14 PHt eul }by 1 nitU.UR! fONtlHit.JNft.J: TUI4al.lVT11A !: ) :
OUF find\ grapefruit\ roof from +
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Mln nHth ThAmlntl4fflt1\ : :\ lipmpTiwsllgr I > pjty wwii Kill ,wwIn: ,
hnown hlEk! Mtge M"f t-!! F'rinFps 1 flf WlntFFI'frh = flf t thFlr Igtprl!\ = lnodFle FRn' "'" r
'!, nrrlvH\ Th4ftll'/' f nrtFirn n140lt \ frpm nr"mI1 1 "htJftt r11 tJWql f Ifrnc8 THtH"IwHII! \ nut Fllr ntnl1h j

Conway NwrseryHI hill 'flJ.1f111 1\ wpfk- 'In itaytonqliaacb \ 'rnt1tT'IPW: i' / ""Hmmt1tHlI"fi: Pl'pn\lp\ PI'I fpr1"J.1111". \ *1'. HtJr, : !m'' pr f Tr9'e'! ',IIubIicItW, tl\-\ FumnillIcrr. A tfmnHt", \ Tlwl'. Win"I, Tlwm, :
'many ffl nwllJ' l'A, ali |h Know tllaaperatlun ,, : .
: riusst pIlr> qnd $lraV. 11.iurdutl tr
''HI''IAhQu ''' ,>
TI 'vm>:!' IIho 'inn (|o"iI| Humor ""Ir' 1 lulfi,
f at thvir' l llama> i vtiprlv '. ""tlnln.1 thruKourth of' >Yntpritrcct | war succeasf'ul 1 amj ''II 1
t Orlando+ It \It\ 1 I Allen I'rnncM hm wrlttun evtrul 'I'Afk' paving at orlnlnully now rapM'y' "K lnlnir her ttrcngth. t'It1111N.11' ,\ 1 I
L I |"iouk of naturo. Amuntr tham |planned)l hUll been rom III"""", hut ow. Kl..lmm.a valley\\ datcttt. -- -
U., "ht Uttiio( of the Unit mlKtat Intr to the widening of the paving' on uiiii.initsHUITMKH: : 1
i, and kha. (U now writing a book Intvrlnchen' avenue the entire J job will J, 0. Tftltrtr, of Atlanta' ((5;"., andJ. Ilvforo circuit court tomorrow rev I
end criminal will l I.. hearj. A 1
I'hone 5 for entitled Hawera of Klorlila. Hho hardly l I.e finished before the middle 1'. llolhrook, of Orlando, were vU- rntes Remarked builders" Your way offurnUhing ,
facet murder and white bill U the
n man a complete only
will visit the Wett Coast after leavIntr > of January, Horn here Thursday. Mr. Tede U negro serious way. Lumber, sash doom I brick,
FISH AN!) OYSTKUS I Duytona Iteach, where he will 8iatant f Southern alea manager for H shingles, hardware, lime, paint, etc.,
Fresh Every Day I finish her book.-Daytona Journal CUKIIINU DOWN the Haynea Automobile c company: and all\ from one place, saving the cash.
i The curbing on Interlachen avenue Mr Ilolbrook U distributor for the The No-Nufos Club will not meet discount, Estimates and getting furnished guaranteed free. Cook delivery
WALDECKEU FISH CO. II W1NTEH I'AKK 1'EOl'LK KE- from the Doulevard' to Canton avenue company 1ft Orlando They made the again until Friday of the first week &: Co.. Christ Huildngl'MO&t.!
West Church Street TURNING (hall been completed and the paving trip In A 1916 Ilaynen car, which at In January when its member will bo
I i/ That Winter Park U rapidly filling force will start operations the first tracted considerable attention on the the guests of Mrs F. P. Carr. The want ad'a the thine. I


tIMIIMillMtMtMMMIIIIiMilllMMItlMitMlliiiiMliiilMtMMiMIMill . MIMiMMIiMililiMIMIIIIIIMItlilillllli. . . . .IMtMMMiMMIilMIIIMilillGive ..

Something That Will Tickle The Whole Family ,I

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. tfcj!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____________$2000 to $75.00 .j

Fumed Easy Rockers ____________$2.75 to $15.00 Large Bed Couches ______________$398 to $16.50

Smoking Stands __________________$165 to $10.00 Large Settees __________________$10.00 to $25.00
Special Wisher Chairs $3.75 to $25.00
Pedestal and Taburnettes __________69c to $15.00

Cheval Mirrors $18.50 to $28.50
Ladies Desks ____________________$9.00 to $20.00

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Enamel Mirrors to $7.50
,' ?:' Toilet Tables ____________________$10.00 to $25.00 t

-r/; Medicine: Cabinets ___________._.____$1.98 to $5.00 Iii
-.....>"'\'i, ( Toilet Table Chairs ________________$UI8 to $7.50 I''

Hall Racks _________________.____$7.50 to $35.00 _
Individual Library Reception Chairs _______.__________$1.08 to $10.00Mu.ic II1b'I
for Boys and GirlsCultlraU Hall Mirrors ______________________$2.48 to $10.00
the U U for rood book. In : Cabinets and Racks ________$2.50 to $18.00
t ymir_lth hlo-km Ioo-.nd*enjoyment.clrli and you|>rvvkl.thorn Dining Room Chairs ________________65c to $5.00 :

.You..ncourag. them with !1,1.!_ .* of hook Shelves __________________--__$1.98 to $5.00
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.In. enUr.' and further lnlm> t lbm Breakfast Tables -- --- --- $3.50 to $12.75
la lb,klnJ v( Uwki worth"bil.. irt"rlll
'" _________ _______ d
Library Tables $8.'i5 to $25.00 ; -- '
Slobc=Vcrtiickc -- Sewing Tables ____--___--__--_____18.50 to $19.85 I P : k' I!

Bookcases Special Card Table ___-.___.____________...$2.98 Parlor Cabinets ___....__-________$7.50 to $18.00

.A llr I.nnll.Illn.rr h. UrU-J M UM inn>nrdinarr mir tiny r tour aud W,1.. and larDUhr* thm mnInrvnllt
n.*UiMI* ia fur tbrlr.lh ir priJ proper.ol powrutim.t; run M. 'II"!! Special China Cabinets __________$17.75 to $50.00 Dressers .?.-*___________.._._....$860 to 60.00
>U t 4*IMIl4ollr
L"= T'-
.::r.....N Mr sad I girl. r well r.M M r.tluitI .. Special Buffets ____....*-____*.*.t$17.60 to $7500 HOOSlF.lt KITCHEN CABIN>yTM .


A The bM wayt b .1I.ly yourself .u.lly whtttd most pproptl lend nl.d-Ihlnll In your cane I.I lu romp and look Ih.pl.ndld hollduy Stock b.ff.jIJOIIK .


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107 Song St. Phone ,195: Minn llarrictte n. Layton, the new. tutu NA.'''NIt r./'II'I"FRtUNO-WACENER tr Wier Mpe N" Nursery Tree Is A First-Class Tree jj

ly appointed county agent for thin ; ,; / '
work, WAR in the city an usual on Snt- ":I\.'/ /llJi'1111111 f '
? f '! I I
Contractors for All Classes of unsay, preparing her report for the .

Concrete IliilldlnuH. ..\11Wurk wpck. She has" hail tlemondtratlon '::> : Unless Budded
l-'lrwt CI.IHH nt several |l"I\"t'1i and her work has 1.J4--: : '
met' with n fuvornl'lf reception
ANo Manufacturer\ of On Weilwmlny; nt the ilcmnnstrn* I s t/ l i 0CRttn from Bearing
t Ion given at Twiirerlne school, the ( d
Concrete lUiilding Block of every making of ornnjre. marmalade wn explained rtrrr .1 __ I IJ' II
dt""Ign*, White Way Post, and performed, and later a I }
Unte: and Fence Post, I
( Art Work Vnce of work among. the plrU. ilm'III 1ia' x. ty
(On Thursday there was n similar I' I \
size t1eign\Vniks
any or Steps,
octnslon at the Zellwood school The l.dQunlity
Fish I'un.t1.1uuntoIt1!\ etc enrollment there I is quite 'large, and' A .'-'- I
ItuildliiK Illock Faced with dumber of tMtors came 1m A lively" I Ly "t }} 1 tY
(liahltp focjulim travel or Interest WAS .shown and! a club was - ,- ,,1If \ -- _n I :k' of Produetion
Mh Chm II. tlrtker., l -
any other ttmlerial Call and nee also orfcittiUetl I {
rotihtjr ilemohstrfliloH! afceht wn!* 8
ailhiplptil .
(present l by> httaheph+ehta\ lie nil
c== II"tlII.tI,1 the rtltlPHtttf ni OHtt1 length ,"..0.W.
hhil hlilpil" '! \the id'jed in View * riiit. ( null I ...tlttHtttlll I i! MftdttConvinced III. PMilit: I N

diva Uvton f Mient Frittey) hi |III>ie- mmij Conner.
.* high school'. where ft'IiQ' due Interest I
Tree lib these will work for while b.
you you sleep They cpn'I
rtaa efhlent' it i iEO 'ff evpeete4 J its iff I
desirable for the carrying pn of e grown overnights! } it takes time, Contract fgf youit supply NOW.

the work, that a girls'' club| vboon\\]
MVe8" eaM the specialist, as he
the sick "1 |lie formed,
stood py contractor, can
I other features that Miss
I Amongst Two in their advertising and actual
Hwtat will it coat," aske4 the sick Layton has in view is securing due years ago by demonstration THE OCILA AliA
man faintly, :representation at our Midwinter Fair NURSERIES began to educate the public as to what really constituted a real, first-class

"Ninety-five will have dollars""You to shade your pricea I for the output of the club work, andit nursery tree of citrus fruits. The public when shown in our test groves what could be accomplished -

little" replied the contractor. ""1 j' is understood that some desirable by planting trees as they are grown in our nurseries began to call for, yes, DEMAND -
got a better bid from the undertaker. prizes in that connection are already
The specialist stood pat on his price I' for.EGAGEMENT. trees that were properly propagated TODAY nurseries that have not been in existence -
f.nd his competitor got the job. five years, are clamoring "PEDIGREED" for their strong suit in nursery proauc-

work We and are sanitary specialists conditions in our prevail.It line of. I ANNOUNCED tion. What would YOU do in their place, Mr. Planter? Why of course you would sell your

will pay you to stay on the safe Mr. and Mrs. Alfred T. Steffen, of 't trees and adopt the surest method. But you are a BUYER, not a SELLER, and YOU ARE
Sheboygan, Wisconsin, announce the interested in the very best result you can get from your grove when you have spent your

Orlando engagement of their daughter, Marguerite a time and money to bring it into bearing.

to Mr. Thomas Hays of De- Then do not be mislead by claims intended for that purpose alone, but buy your trees where
Land, Florida.
Steam Laundry This announcement will be of inter- you are absolutely safe. Get them from the OCKLAWAHA NURSERIES, the originatorsof
est to the friends of the contracting SIN ''I I ..I q qi proper practices in propagation for the express purpose of producing the one thing

FRENCH DRY CLEANF-RS parties. Miss Steffen made two trips I Florida needs in the market, first-class fruit and plenty of it.

LAUNDERERS to DeLand last fall, and made a great Our trees will cost you more, may be fifteen to thirty\ cents more, but Professor Shamel'swork

PHONE 88 many friends while here. She was in California has demonstrated that an increase of 50 per cent can be obtained our
the maid of honor at the marriage of
her (cousin Mrs. Charles M. Beilby, -ay, over the ordinary method of propagation What then is the fifteen to thirty cents in

S. Helen Graves : nee Nina Miller. Mr. Hays has always GRANO1.U comparison? CATALOGUE FREE-Write for it.

Ma'l.1' lived at DeLand and has a host A I
Shampooing, Manicuring, Facial
sage, Scalp treatment, given under I' of friends who extend congratulations P1.AC E!
modern scientific principals. My end best wishes.-Volusia County
treatments have given entirely satisfactory -; Record.
results. An electrical body I I Ocklawaha Nurseries
massage wil relieve congestion andis --- ---
a wonderful cure for neuralgia and I Prof. F. D. Carr of Orlando spent
nervous troubles. It stimulates every several hours yesterday in the city
organ in the body and brings back to 1 coning especially to interview Dicki- W. T. ENTRICAN O. W. Conner- Proprietor, Tangerine, Florida.
you good circulation. Just try one.Prices .
for switches of the best quality son chapter, U. D. C., relative to staging
on aplication. Apointments can Ben Hur. The chapter met in G. G. WRIGHT Agent Orlando FloridMMIMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM
be made by phone 679. Hours 9 to business session this afternoon and ; ,
12 1 to 6
a. m.; p. m.
the advisability of the local play was
brought before the organization.-
Room No. 1 Orlando. Florida Ocala Star. Phone 217. ...-. . . . . t . . . i III 1111 III ...

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Watkins Bldg. Schultz Bldg. 0..: .

Suite 1 and 3 Suite 6 and 7


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15 LOTS ,



SIZE 50X188 ,

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

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


$123,00: EACH .
TERMS: $15 cash, $10 per month .

The cheapest loll in Orange County todayt


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Rex: Daniels ',1'''*'' .. 4 .. ***** y* i W A L XE R W. ROSE. '- ..too .- "j.n
Salesmen: "Saticfied client made my business a success."



For Three Days----_::::...50c For One Month :: ::$2.30

RENT-Furnished pleasant I
II 'I-
suite of light housekeeping rooms, I H R. BERRY
; on first floor, bath in connection; elec- I ,
If tric lights and telephone; garage if
desired; private family. 312 North I
Main street. 12-5-1moc I

FOR RENT-Large two story fur- d I A complete line of Ford Accessories -
nished dwelling modern conveniences -
REAL two sleeping porches, two ; a staff of expert mechanics FOR SALEA
blocks from postoffice corner Jacksonand
West streets. Jas. A. Knox. to render satisfaction in all I

ESTATE/ 11-24-tf Just lines of Automobile Repair

FOR RENT-Furnished room, for a
\ PPP. SAN JUAN / avenue.moderate price. 603 East 12-9-6t Central Real Estate I II Work. Vulcanizing, Oils and fine lot 55 ft. by 130 ft. on

v HOTEL, s I Gasoline, and fair and square

FOR RENT-Attractive business SOMERVILLE Carpenters S. West St. $2300.
& -
room. See H. R. Berry, at the FordGarage prices.
11-11-tf and cabinet makers. Screen
FARMLANDSDROVESFOR doors and windows, frames, sleeping
furnished porches, counters, shelving, showcases
FOR RENT-Nicely rooms.
in new, modern home; onehalfblock refrigerators, alterations and
from Anderson street, near St. additions. We keep a number of For Nine YearsWe
skilled workmen constantly on hand.
Luke's hospital. Reasonable rates for
SALE the season. 106 Margaret street. 18 East Church street. 12-2-lmo have been in business at the C.A.HOVEYAdvertise

10-29-tf NOTARY PUBLIC, with seal. I make I II I
location Corner of South
.same ,
of deeds mortgages,
FOR SALE-Dwelling, aix rooms TO RENT-Large room, with board, I leases a sp, contracts!ialty etc. Price very rea-
condition with Main and Church Streets.
i practically new nice suitable for two people. Reason- I I sonab e. Mrs. II. B. Leake 45 East
lawn, bearing citrus fruit trees roses able. All conveniences. Close in. !Pine street. Phone 179. 11-9-lmoc
and shrubbery; near Lake Eola; very 212 East Jackson. Phone 406. :' : Phone 226
desirable location. $4,000 terms. 12-4-tfc '
Address "Owner," Box 33, Orlando Orlando'b Leading Repair Shop
Ha. ll-16-lm TO RENT-Furnished, for light II'
housekeeping, two cosy rooms with i I CLINT BASS and GarageEXCURiIbN
SALE-One new 1916 touringcar sleeping porch. New house: also
body, top windshield and lamps.A i.pleasant apartment of three or four I PHONE S75 in the Sentinel
bargain. Act quick. Ford Garage -corns, bpth and electrics. Price Street
I Jefferson
209 South Orange avenue. 11-13-tfc moderate/200. West Concord Avenue.
12-12-6t Succ...or to

, Or will rent completely furnished WANTED Hand Wood CompanyWood i iC

new modern and attractive home, OFFICE MAN WANTED for mill \
pretty lawn and shrubbery, near Lake office at Lockhart, Fla. Address of All Kinds Account of Hammond & GoreFUNERAL
kola; two stories, five rooms, bath, i by letter only, giving full informa-
screened sleeping porch and summer i tion, Overstreet Crate Co., Orlando, PROMPT SBRMCE
d!'ping room. Address Owner Box I Fla. 12-12-tfc C ristrnas DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERSReal :
397, or call at 312 Broadway. REASONABLE PRICE* Holidays
I WANTED-To list all kinds of prop-
erty for sale or rent. I am having
FOR SALE-A good five room house, manp applications for houses, furnished Via Values Low Prices
in fine condition in good location; and unfurnished. I will be
hot and cold water; three lots; a bargain glad to list what you have. Mrs. COMPARE
for quick buyer. Call at the1120tfc II. B. Leake, 45 East Pine street. Atlantic Coast Line

-'. Phone 179. 10-8-dw-lmo i More People OUR FURNITUREWe

FoR SALE-Fine saddle horse,cheap. WANTED-A small Victrola, second
Standard Railroad of the South
It )See Jas. L. Giles. l1 25-tfc hand. Must be in good condition
Eat at the Model than at all
and cheap for cash. Address Victor I I provide the quality of furniture that has long been accepted -
SALE Large refrigerator and Sentinel, and give price of ma-
FOR care
\ If
other market fixtures, cheap. Jas. chine. 12113tcLOST other restaurants in Orlando by knowing furniture buyers as the standard of merit.
A. Knox. 11-27-tfc I an article is here it is good. It wouldn't be here were it otherwise.We .
I combined-there is a reason. "Tickets sold Dec. 17th to 25th can't make this point too clear-it is one of the foundation

I'OR SALE-One Blickensderfer & The Model is always reliable.It stones of this business and that means much to any buyer.
'Underwood typewriter, cheap. Ad- LOST-Small open faced watch, on inclusive, limited to reach original -

dress.. Box 612.- ". ::- -12tci pin, between Lake Lucerne and the never raises its prices You starting point by midnight
L. B. L.
hotel Monogram on
FOR.inches SALE long-Dry$2 round per strand oak wood deuv-, 14 .'.back.Trust Empire Co.Return and receive to Orlando reward.Bank and get the chicken and turkey dinners January 10th" McNEILL & DAVIS BLOCK

edai; at farm, near Conway store. all others.
I. *lodges, Route I, Orlando. U34fc_ the same as -- Corner Orange Ave and Church Street, Orlando, Florida
.1 :.0.1moc i LOST...In Winter Park or Orlando Our 25c:$ meal. and 15e:$ specials -
one tan cloth raincoat marked Alor For Information Call oo
land !
of good
}OR 8ALE-240 acres
manufacturer's label. live well
two story house, land I U partly A'Q'I if returned on to this office make it poaaible to W D, WHITE, D T A.
and cattle
cleared ruUintf l section excellent A farming liar gain. AiMreM! I Reward: c nt n moderate cast' W. R. O'NEAL C. P. & T. A. c'

At i, I.I Calvin, Winter Garden, Via I.OHT-l1tttwffn Oakland" and Orlando > Orlando Try a Want Ad in the Sentinel
l.OdL': H green, yellow, black TtKNT-tlor, home blanket. Finder please return
ron 8ALE-FOH and unfurnished. Also\ it) J, R. lluxton, No. a Lucerne Circle, Ii
Home furnished splendid loll.l Call and sea what IlrlandaLEJa l 12.11.3teMISCELLANEOUS :- OPEN DAY AND NIGHT Lumber Latl1. slid Sl1.inglee

I have to offer before you buy or : :
rrnt. Mrs. II, D. Leake, 4& l East; Pinj -
street or 312: Broadway, Phone 179. m:u. T. HULL CO.Phone .
lP8-dw.ltno 103. Hock: lldU Room 3.
Call and see us if interested in real
AUTO BAHaAlNS-l912 Reo tour. estate. Buy sell or exchange prop' TheModelCafeuiinery ( OMTJPA1V*.
!Inj car, a doors, good repair, tires erty. Rentals carefully attended to.
nearly new first party here with 11-9-lmoc
$100 gets it. Also 2 cylinder Reo,
with light truck body, $50. These AT CHRISTMAS you will be proudto
are big bargains. Geo. E. Bates & I give photographs if made at ORLANDO
k Son Altamonte Springs, Florida. Evans, No. 102 North Main one block
12-7-tf north of court house. Make the ap Slernons'
pointment now. Phone 125.

FOR SALE-Fine Barred Rock chick- 11-23-lmoc Cement Apatite Plaster and Lime
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ens. Inquire at No. 12 Hugheystreet
or phone 375. 1286tcI I BRING 'YOUR CHILD-I am pre- LADIES' _
I paring a great display of children's HATSCHILDREN'S HATS j
FORD TOURING CAR, in good con- photos for the fair. Want every r
dition. Terms if desired. Chas. P. child. No cost to you. Every child We offer A choice selection of .
DL 1-12-8-tfc eight years and under, negatives made
w. Ladies Velvet Hats at $2.00, $3.00
free on Wednesdays and Saturdays.
Howard's Studio. Ml-16-tf $.1.00, $5.00 $6.00.
cash will
FOR one SALE-$100 of these lots if you will secure build and repaired Childrens Hats $1.00, $1.60 and up.
tipon It. Owner will take mortgageat Umbrellas eovw Our styles are so good-and our
6 per cent. Lot 45x135 at $800 "while you watt. ax Young's Repair prices are so reasonable that you will
lot 50x100 at $300!, lot 165x165 at Shop, 21 1 E. Pine 8L And our store the best place In the
$1,000. Located on East Amelia avenue
: with southern exposure. Inquire HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE FORHALE city for millinery.
at 604 Magnolia avenue 12-10-Clc -Large lot of new furniture,
'beds, dressers, tablet, chain, etc Slemons' Millinery 1
FOR RENT Pricea right. Address B., care Sen. Store
lined 128fltCONSCIENTIOUS '
MODEL KINDERGARTEN, primaryroom --
( CARE( given
Pint Methodist ehurcht tele. a
cull 14 Fast Jnrkimntreet limited number of perwn 1'lfAlh
phone 221, or Best and
10.20-tfe ant rooms in new home. Modern conSvenlences. Promptest
Iloufekeeplng room. ifpreferred.
---- MraM iertrude Seymour,
FOIl IlP.NT-PurnUhei] flat for IhIMhQu..k"r1nlt nurse 11 High street, east of take\ Livery
also! large furniehe.tbrl \ Kola: U.U.mn.tfe
rooms i 1 block from renter nt ----- Service
town 200! Palmetto' street Il-27-lfs ANNA KAESER cnmnI'OtH.

vim KENT.....FurnUhed. apartment, treatment Christ building at jour Room residence 12. by Also a p.polntmen b-PASSENGER .
\ down stalrsi ,also room and kitchen 12. t-31*
*Ue, for housekeeping. sep.Wtltq .
complete", baths, electric Ufhis.. FOR RF- tT-t tj PRe nlrjr) room* I in
all East\ Jackson itreet, heat Metht hew hiodertt notrjej eterjr mnVHifoi .
a dl t thurrh. !d!!-yBN BUICK GAR
lehr{. bhetrtllfil: + ; surrnutidlripMlilthalf
: ( Mnek JittiPrl$ |t Htekf bite; room toutf. lq dttA. n>a nJmbl e. rhtih*; RJ.!:
Fttt-t\ gnat!! bf )IthHn't 1Ttoh IIrhtlbl l| nil Cat, iu I font Ahitli ij.UrUeOR The Indian Way
48*. .
cehVehlpheM; c:==- =- Wi elll anywhere at any lime
I. "-''H'filii FUIi( Vial t- I irelk fUfnllt1titt1Ft1HIHi +1

!, ttiF h 1ffiH t ciliaEhPe\ }t+Ji1i' tH Af 8FdiRif ta the ft@d!kiR the ritfft\ mite a big fire and fat iF8URd i tt=th Mm a little fife and I sat
.hpNF-l1AARi+! i iHFge: aiF'fttrw ( nii: tit tlf\ltt\ i pl iHPiIb411( PRRieFI4 Gordon's u Transfer Gal
t141Fs. I-t'lt FHHfi J@ERllr I.i r'Hl'tl+I, 1'\ FiFCCE. MB4 I Rfc rth llfi'li' i iIf PR it:
ftl.t. KIt, } hVJ7HiRJFt! !llt'fJ-1 fNg: + Appti ttJ
HltfI.\; (ails" I4R1! ,.t.'tn 1.' ( : dl hI 9 .tlull f fT.ti.tt : H HitFNAF !!sPHSHR ttmFIFa tH! tlt.( : gel , Orange Avt. Phene47HAUUNG That's wy mwh like.: the way seme! ef tit try t te warm a fhHly eerf\eF=by lJunqi i a rearing t fin In

1 \t. atw,1.H'1tHsPR4W*t )'. 1 ftHlffl rapiV { :- NIf.4,,:: l3-iI:e aE1 OP AU KINDS the t furnace and rpaklp* m95t Af th* h yse unlivMMenprf :

ire Ii.pqmaF1'1R. r we!\ ef the J5 l1tiHI( : flow mqfh scnsjbi & fp\lqw thw |1f\4i ri's a4vif! A littt' 4 fire In ;a Asa: #lekteF win wsrpi the

r Pansy Plants, RoseBushes eight spot without p\efheatlng e rest of the room. The bath-r m call b e made comfortable| }iq he
Rt -Summer cottage: ;
suite of four rooms with 4 bed; Petunia morning without, wrestling with the furnace an4 making your home too hot for comfort daring the

aUo! 3 room flat for l light: housekeep Heater this fall-why not get it now?
ing; electric lights, bath, telephone # VIEW SANITARIUMPort PlantsLeave remainder of the day. You will need a little Gas

attractive grounds. 112: per monthup. Orange FloridaDevoted .
16V.. Concord avenue. I

1 11-28-lmc your orders here

FOR m'NT-I.atJr8 pleasant furnished to treatment, Nose
rooms with private family, ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO

clue 12-12-tfc: in. 302 North Orange avenue. Throat and Lungs All facilities .Violet Dell Florist

for scientific and successful .
The Tuttle Gift Shop Is located this GAS DEPARTMENT
season on the second floor of YowellDuckworth treatment. J. M. CARUTQERS
1 building, at left of eleva. I
tor. 1.12.8ticFOR Phone 50*. 401 Soetb Lake 8l A


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',t . J. .. II Mftt' Tntlmnn, of (tlrl.fttltJ. f.
i I I ..t {;\ ; 11 11ALWAYSAlLERT Irlatulo 'r.tettJftT.Mr. .

it. Wltherlheton\ hhe
I tttUjfttoljlltt! titlrtha bf Ajmkdt,
MtHilttfr! Ih Ollrthtld looking I
I'UMlttM! BlfitlfS

I TO PIOTEC'lt' THE itijlJtl1! .t}fhti.tnltl t tlfh i, i
1'U\l11'\ I t tap. !a l-Hln( tltiN: j
IIHjl RHIISt ItUlhlll tE: I:I
?MF: M: T I I-iIto\tta.the well
representative of tt '1=wthern:
ers' frilly:) ' liaise, ,\H'4l t-.
spent yesterday m i OrNndp'
MODRRN PAY METHODS and conservative on the trade
oW time safety are factors that govern
in the management of this bank, Mr- an4 Mrs F. H.|
have been visiting Mr. and!
Now, just as they always have-for progress
aetwiler, at their home on
street, left yesterday
The State Bank is a commercial bank, I Ankona, on the East Coast. t
having the resources, connections and experience
1 I I necessary for the surer protection 8-18-tf Ride Hamrick's jitney bus,

of its depositors interests. Successful

commercial activity is largely dependent Mr. E. P. Tbajrard, state
upon banking service and the cooperation aminer, arrived in Orlando )'
of a strong bank is an important on one of his annual official
While here he is making his
business asset. I
quarters at the San Juan hotel.Mr.
Largest Bank Between Jacksonville and

Tampa. t R. II. Hull, a former
resident of Orlando, but who
engaged in the fruit business,
+ THE in Orlando yesterday
: visit to his brother, Mr. J. C.

For unusual and artistic
OF to the Tuttle Gift Shop. -

ORLANDO Mrs. F. C. Brossier, who
in Orlando visiting her
sons, Mrs. J. II. Reese and the
J. C. and R. B. Brossier, left
{ day morning for her home in

Mr. Donald Nicholson, son
and Mrs. J. E. Nihcolson
Orlando some months ago
Northwest is now traveling I
Dakotas for a moving . . . . . . . . .
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pany. .......... ."' Ml*
l'1a\'lhJt check ate pond II
Ask for them whenever >ou ,
HAYNES Healer thing!

Mr. and Mm. H. it. Wttde,
HUPMOBILE E HUPPELOROSI B R 0 S I IService toritt, Ohio, are HIUOHU\ the \\
torn who hltrt't't'utl) come (
Innilo to enjoy the mmshlne \ !
hln"| fllinate. They! Art ('

Onk Lodge. 678."M ROAD. j j

1\Ir.\ I I'!. J. Temple, who hn '
'. absent from filnndo all "'" equipped j j
:. -" .Itllng her time between lIo .
illailelplilfl| | with '
j j
hlph.t". has tu-heit( it tilt ia .
h\ltl'ts.warmly Weli'oliie| dy her

tiMe llHIKMek' jitney bus, !,

MP: anal Mr, Ih It, HSVPH ,
,r'"itJ' lItii, arriving/; rpipntly I Il'Ii4l1t
I City, They ftl'tJ ''Jli4 ,
hnm Bt Uo. Cwlonirt!, MF-
New Ford Home
an engineer! on! the 13eet.o! '. \
ning Miveen Ocala ,anil
I Now Open Ocala i.lanner. ,

t t
20U.11 South Orange Avenue Savings checks are accepted
in the savings department a
f t Telephone 386 Peoples Naticnal Bank,
: I Mr. Joseph Homer and
L. L. Manson, of Williamstown I ..
l t Standard Gasoline-Ford Oil
; Goodyear, have arrived in Orlando,

Goodrich, Firestone, Ajax, and United on account of the serious . IIII'IC' t++Hi
1 Mr. J. T. Horner, who is in a
States Tires. "Free Air at the Curb." condition at his home, "The

on North Orange avenue. i ?

"Make this Ford Home Your Ford Home." II Fish and oysters received II
I H. M. Self & Co. -

II Bishop Win. Crane Gray, I
been spending several days in
do with his niece Mrs. John
l ',1 at her home. 11 West ,
nue left yesterday for St.
-- - burg, where he will visit
Illllllllllllll fore returning to his home ? ,
I ville, Tenn. I

'tInt: in lf- nr.rr.;'.. 'rey
IN SILVERWARE, JEWELRY hour. 12 miles ':(.r :2:!"c. < 1 t (

Mr. Archie Vivian one of r
Being constantly in touch with the leading silversmithsand ,, exemplary young men who I
jeweler-craftsmen of the pending several months in
country, our stock is always
keeping pace with the latest style in silverware, rings, water. where he holds a '!' /
bracelets, etc.When position with an abstract J
home on avisit to his parents,
new and beautiful designs are created, we are I
among the first stores in the country to show them. You Mrs. H. A. Vivian at their
never buy out-of-date articles here. Lake Cherokee.Mr. .
Our displays for Christmas will interest you. Thereare l
some very new and very beautiful novefties-some : L. T. (Clauson one of
thing to please everyone to whom you want to give. Come : poular winter residents, has ,
early and choose while the wide assortment offers the for the FcnKon and as usual I
best opportunity.You'll ing his home at the ). ) '
not be disappointed at this store. We see to :Mr. Claunon Is one of the _
that. (successful hotel t men of New l _
.shire, and during! the ,
w- conduct the llilluld I k Inn, nt
hem in the White Mountains
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u T. H. EVANS IICklllnsh Doctors& .

JEWELERtJlllllttttttttTTT""TTTTttrttttttttltfittMU : Ptrionat tnitnietlon under
I .t KirkiTtll. Mo.
,, 189 8. Orange A.... above I
National Bank. Phone .... .. .... . ..... r !


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