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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 15, 1915
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079945
Volume ID: VID00587
Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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Other version: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
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THE MORNING SENTINELVOLUME




THREE. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1915. NUMBER 263.




NAVAL FIGHT REPORTED IN NORTH SEA;;





ANCONA SINKING MAY BE DISAVOWEDHEAVY


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OFF FIRING ISLAND- ALL OF DAY SUFFRAGE LOBBY LAY PLANS TO DISBURSE;i I REPUBLICANS' CITY VOTES $$600 A YEAR REPORT OF LANE


VLIELAND SENTINQ.FUND FOR A SECRETARY


1 SINKING WAS NOT CONSUMMATEDUnder AROUSES IRE OFCONGRESS LADIES WILL CO-OPERATE C CONVENE AT THIS SUM WILL COME OUT STATES NEEDS


WITH ASSOCIATED CHAR- OF, PUBLICITY

the Conditions Charged; ITIES SECRETARYFund CHICAGOG. FUND OF SCHOOLSBELIEVES
Reserves Right to Pre-

sent Evidence in Is Constantly Growing- White Way Posts Costing $13.50 .

Time for You to Enlist Is Endorsed for Eola Park
Refutation ,
CONGRESSMAN FROM S. C. O. P. CONVENTION WILL IN HIGHER SAL-
Right NowNeedIs by Council at Meeting
I ASKS FOR AN INVESTIGATION BE HELD JUNE ARIES FOR SCHOOL
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + I GreatAn YesterdayThe
+ BIG NAVAL FIGHT ON + SEVENTHISCHIEFHAIPIHTOGOTO TEACHERSTO

interesting committee meetingwas city council met yesterday and
Amsterdam Dec. 14.-A naval held yesterday morning, when on a motion by Commissioner Robertson -
$$50,000 IS PLEDGED BY WOMEN PRISON? IMPROVE AMERICAN STREAMS
\ fight is reported to have occurred + the ladies who have been appointedby seconded by :Mayor Sperry, it
today in the North sea. + the clergy of town to cooperatewith was voted that the city should donate

Throughout the day heavy firing + Suffrage Envoys Were Refused the secretary of the Associated Former Chief of Detectives in $600 per annum from the publicity Houston, Secretary of Agriculture -
was heard northwest of the + Charties in the disbursement of the fund of $5,500 towards the salary ofa
island of Vlieland off the coastof + Hearing Before Congress Sentinel's Christmas Fund, met to Chicago Found Guilty of secretary to be selected by the Or- Gives His Annul

Holland. + YesterdayAccusation discuss plans for this work. I' Charges of Receiving lando Board of Trade and city pub- Report-Need BetterLegislation
. . . . . . . of Lobby These ladies are each heartily in Graft licity committee, said secretary to be
sympathy with this effort to bring ; approved by the city commissioners.The .

Cabinet Consider Austrian SituationThe Washington, Dec. 14.-The suffrage Christmas cheer into homes that' Chicago, Dec. 14.-Chicago was salary of the secretary will start . . . . . . . .
Austrian situation was consid- lobby will be investigated by congress would otherwise miss a visit from this afternoon selected as the city for January 1, providing a suitable man WHAT SCHOOLS NEED, IN *
ered at today's cabinet meeting. "Santa Claus." A list is being care- the next Republican convention.The can be found. Commissioner Johnson + LANE'S OPINION *

Immediately after adjournment the The $50,000 fund pledged by the fully prepared, and as this committee convention opens June 7. noted No. + *
report was circulated that it had been Congressional Union Sunday for federal knows definitely of a number of The Board of Trade and the city I. Higher salaries for teachers. *
decided to withhold action in the suffrage work aroused the ire of homes! where one of the Christmas Hatpin Convicted publicity committees met with the Establishment of model train. +

' cases of Charge de Affaires Zweide- James F.. Byrnes, of South Carolina baskets from this fund will probablybe Chicago, Dec. 14.-Formej' Chief of council yesterday and discussed fur- 4 ing schools! for teachers. *
nek and Consul! General Von Nuber at this morning upon the introduction ofa the only bit of Christmas giving Detectives John J. Hatpin was found ther the publicity tax budget. Noth 4 Better transportation facilities .

New York until the Ancona matter resolution in the house calling for guilty of selling police protection to lag definite was arrived at other than 4 for getting pupils front country +
Is settled. an investigation. crooks by it Jury tonight. The sentence the motion put through by the council. 4 into titles. 4
Officials refused to discuss!!! the report - "U U reported that the Congres< ..4Ir will be imposed tomorrow, Therefore it may be argude 4 Larger appropriation! for hu 4
tonal Union U preparing a blacklist Ifalkln, according/ to the Indictments'! that steps have been taken which wilt peso of education from con 4
-- bf eongresftmen/1 said iiyrhes. In the charge, was'! accused of ae* lead to the fcccufing! of tt man who + cress, .
Ant *,. Hettleittent Is ;Near "This U an evidence nf pure polities repting bribes! of |5oO) tM it J part of will net n* secretary for the Orlando . . + 4 + + . . .

WqMHtiRton, Dee. 14=The Ancona J promised us by the women who want I protection money" from a clairvoyant Hoard ef Trade and the city ef Or= """"'"""'"

runt fOYtltlt1 will I he. nettled by A IUI. the vot@ Who is getting that vast clique, lftnd Washington! Dec, M.=Education:
Iris! to the satisfaction! (It the United sum ef money? It is time for the I Home time age several ether effirials .. The fire department reeemmended has made leer progress( than any eth
to know, Is to be convicted! in graft that 1,000 feet ef new hose l>e purrha&ed. -
Rtatea, according( to official! handlingthe country congress I police were er American industry for the past
The matter referred to
was
intimidated this ? sentenced
to
ease here, by lobby \ prison
Commissioner Robertson with power thirty years' ,and, as A remit, the
The principle! of concession, which Suffrage envoys were refused H
officials say it ia Known Austria ia bearing before congress later in the IT SNOVV&I AT I'KO'IKH| HANK to act United States: has had to tarn to for*
willing to make, contemplates the morning' to mark the glad festival', it Is earnestly Last night a siftiw storm hit the A White Way post was endorsedby sign countries-Italy, Switzerland
complete disavowal of the sinking of hoped that generous gifts to interior of the Peoples National Bank the city for use on the proposed Denmark Germany-for improved
the fund will further this work White Way for Eola park. The postis
the Ancona under the conditions THE WEATHERFor I made order
the snow being to by educational methods, according to the
charged by American survivors, but Florida Fair tonight; frost in It has been suggested that our merchants Cashier Dow; and there was plentyof manufactured by the South Florida annual report of Secretary of the Interior .
with the reservation by Austria of northeast and central portion; moder. might be willing to donate it. The interior was decorated in Foundry and Machine Works and will Franklin K. Lane, a section of
of groceries, goods, etc., for I cost $13.50. It stands ten feet high
the right to present evidence refutingthe ate variable winds. gifts dry snow and icicles and on entering one which he made public today.
these Christmas baskets, with similar and is very attractive.
charges. I really became chilled, only to thaw One of the principal contributing
I
Austria, according to officials in help from the markets and bakeries. :out a few minutes later upon Mr. I causes to this state of affairs is the
touch with the case will subscribe to Brief Bulletins One lady has promised four _dozen I Dow's customary warm greeting. The Florida Life Told fact that teaching is not yet consid-
doughnuts and gifts of kind of
the principles of submarine warfare ; any 'reason why it snowed at the bank was ered a real profession in the United
adopted by Germany at the demandof Ticked Off Wire cooked food-pies, cakes, etc.-will because more than 1,000 savings accounts In Brief Flashes States and that the present teaching

the United States. I be most gladly received. Remnantsof : were marked up yesterday. body is made up largely of persons .
At
Late Hour
material to be used for children'sdresses And
I ParagraphsSt. who turn to this field as a makeshiftin
Note to France are also needed. Messages I MEN'S OPEN FORUM order to provide themselves witha
regarding donations other than of
Washington, Dec. 14.-The United Prohibition Helping West Virginia I The Men's Open Forum will meet living. In practically all foreign
cash should be 'phoned to Miss Co- Augustine.-The state arsenal
States pent a note to France demand. Negroes tonight at the Chapter House and countries, education is a higher call-
rinne Robinson, No. 421. i here was entirely destroyed by fire
ing the release of six Germans and Moundsville W. Va.-According to. ,everybody is invited to attend the ing than here says Mr. Lane.Secretary .
Sentinel Santa Claus Fund late yesterday. The property loss
Austrians who were taken from the Warden M. Z. White of the state pen. ; I meeting. The subject "The effect of
Previously acknowledged . . .$73.80 will reach about $10,000. Practicallyall
Americiin vessels Coamo, Carolina, itentiary here, the number of negro of Interior Reports
the Panama Canal the future
Fred Phillips . . . . . . . . ..')0 upon of the state military records were
and San Juan, off Porto Rico, by the prisoners in that institution! has decreased -
policy of the United States" will be Washington, Dec. U.-The advisability
. . . . . . -
8 W. II. S. . . . 2.00 I lost in the fire, which is believed to
French cruiser Descartes. per cent since the enactment discussed. The meetings of mammoth i issue of United
. . . . are proving a
.
of the laws Mrs. Ceo. R. Newell 1.00 have had its origin in a defective flue.
and the
prohibition . . . . . very interesting and the public is invited States bonds! coupled with state bond
Mrs. X. ... . . 1.00< For a time other buildings were
number of
4,000,000 Men for English Army incoming negro prisonersin to participate and get acquainted. issues to raise money for the Im-
William A. Hade Jr. . . ... .50 threatened.
London Dec. 14.-A supplementary even greater proportion. Thomas Dutt .. . . ... . . . 1.00 provement of American streams for
estimate in the army White Paper drainage, irrigation, reclamation and "

issued tonight provides for a million "GREEKS" GOT TOGETHER Total . . .. ...... . . . .$79.80 . . . . . . . PLAN RAIDS I D S INTO TEXAS flood prevention is discussed in a section -
\ additional men for the Britsh army STRANGER EATS WORTHLESS of the annual report of Secretaryof
,iby; March 31. JITNEYS FALLING OFF CHECK TO BEAT the Interior Franklin K. Lane,

This will bring the total strength Had Smoker at San Juan Cafe New Haven, Conn.-Connecticut + POLICE Rumored That a Force of 600 made public today.
of the to the four million - The secretary declares that the
army up cities report a big falling off in the -
:Mexicans Are Planning to
mark for which Asquith is about to OrJanized-Next. MeetingSet number of jitneys which swarmed f Arthur James, a stranger at American river and reclamation ques-
ask authority from parliament.This ..Wednesday Enter Lone Star tion constitutes of the
through the state during the past + Santa Barbara. CaL. charged one greatest
number includes Britishers January 12 summer. A campaign has been started + with passing a worthless check State problems before the nation today. lie
serving in India and the colonies. in many places against ramshacklecars + upon a local clothing store, has + described the amount of money which
The house of commons today took With a great amount of spirit and which have been used up by the + put one over on the police by + Laredo Tex., Dec. 14.-When told I will be needed to make the proposed
action which proposed that the increase enthusiasm some! thirty members of reason's running and are considered 4 eating the check. + today that there were rumors of new : improvements as "staggering," and
in the British army shall be National Greek letter fraternities dangerous. . . . . . . . raids into Texas by Mexican bandits ,says there appears to be no hope of
postponed until next week, owing to congregated at the San Juan cafe last United States army officers stationed getting: the work done without heavy
the impossibility of obtaining! complete night and organized the "Orange here declared that there were sufficient investment of government money.
.. details of the results of Lord County Pan-ilellenic Club." The next "Extent Of Fronts Is Reason!' troops on the border to handle The secretary points out that it would

Derby' recruiting campaign. meeting was set for Wednesday, Jan the ituatlon. be unwiRe to expend money for this

uary 12. The committee of which Germany Will purpose from current revenues.
England' Conduct of War Failure. Joe Cheney I Is chairman having in Lose"-Joffrel Monterey ReportsMonterey "Permanent Improvements which
London Dec. H.-A bill extendingthe charge last night' event will also Mex., Dec. U.-Mx hundred the whole people undertake are a legitimate .

life of parliament *o ai to avoid have charge of the next meeting.An Pnrin. Fenor Jouquin Salvatella, A full into the enemy' hand or that Mexicans are planning new raids charge against capital account .
the holding of n general election un effort will I be made to secure well known Catalan deputy, was recently I we may not lose. n minor engagement Into Texan, according to advice here not against maintenance the
til after the war was debated In the new member for the club and it l II rt'nh'f.1 \by General 1 J oITr<<,. and ; but all would! be recovered today. report( unyn. "A commission to devise
house of commons thin evenng.In << thought/ thnt the membership of the has given a Hnrcelona Journal an interesting within twenty-four hour. The movement I I. said to he headed l IK! *' ways and means by which the
the course. of the tI..h"t1..11: \. organization will reach fifty mem- \ of the great French "We hnll not retire from our present by a Mexican who formerly lived In I states and) private land owner and '
her Cowan" denounced the govern her I before<< the next meeting.<< The man. po-itlon: It I III ImpoMlble. We Tea and who took n prominent part the national government can co-op.
ment's C'lIn't'Pt'' the war ** a hopeless constitution Anti by-law committee, "JotTre," says the Spanish deputy, are the stronger today And this I I. In the Fan Diego conference of Mex- crate In paying for the work seems J
fnllur. | I of which Wm. lleardall I II chairman, "r.lllll'll! In a little chalet In the nat! not my conviction alone, It I I. that Iran. one year ago. to me a more needed body than one
Uon.-l? ,AW, the Conservative lend will\ make its report at the next of n garden. The headquarter and of the opposing German army alo.We tack of ammunition and other supplies which will report upon engineering
er, aniwerlng the critics of the government meeting officer of the staff are In a hotel a shall advance methodically and which usually' come from the methods."
who wanted the election held Punch, sandwiches of all kind, cigar quarter of n mile away. JotTre' without precipitation I confess t am United State U Mid to have delayed ---... 1
in the usual. way and regardles of and cigarette were served tnt home! I.t't). simple and modeat. mixer when it I ti a question of the renewal of the raids. I ttf tleneflt, tit $Farmer 1

war, until. night Speeches Were delivered from Nothing Would !lend bhe to suppose blood ahd treasure of the tepubll) Mexicans living on both sides of Washington, Dec .=Many huff* 1
"A jreneml election! hi the present virtually all member, Hinging Wa In- that it U inhabited hy the hirttt who 11'e shall advance the border ate said ta be among the geitions! for the enactment bf legista* ,
time might drt a Rrent den! of ""tl1t. dulled In, ahd in a general Way eol- commands! tine of the ttilht1e arm "the solution of the war, nay what' members of the railing parties.11'AUAN huh beneficial\ td the farmer are contained
It wmdd In any frveht introduce an legs spirit wa! revived tit an asst ies ever known N element br f .11tl! efd and l b@ futile." ing! @vteht. 11 A. Lewder, Itlrttmnhd door, nd hunting td and fro tot chiefs here that it wit) t.@ brought td en'hd. IIAMHKIt DRI'utlEM: ; I 1> Houston, secretary of agriculture\ \ J

t'ull te, elM '?rt, wax the ol.lastfir@@k and' Officer1'We I At bottom the flerman! think re, too, itame, ltay.! =The chamber of ttep made today, 1'

the' ChrMmai! dj.Hy! | | at CyrtU \ Itr@senl.! have pasaed, through anttou and they prove it l tl y opposing two ytie! adjourned today until March 1, I I The frying need\ ef the department/ 1.
tl'NCal'a\ 1 U .helpful' \ ta all Christpurchasers. The elites elected\ waresV? M "day, it i is true," remarked' Jeffre, third.* ef their tffeetive tf) ya fler Adjournment was taken. after an im the report} states, i U legislation i!l d@a
J Their window show! only flflenn, J president! Ir H (J, Aher till s had against w* almost t the wholeof many i I. strop, but her strength i isnot posing demonstration in tribute to signed ta promote Netter handlingand
a few ef the many goad' things they nethy\ vipetpresidenti YfI'Jl1Jimith, the German forces, but ROW we inexhaustible The extent ef her the king and the army The\ greetIngs storage of farm products and
)effer, Me..t everything i lit marked tosuit seeretaryj Yfl, Rocs, treasurer, and form an impassable' barrier, I da net fronts\ will\ necessarily impair her I of the deputies were sent ta Mthe trading on the basjs of fixed grades'
your ('\H"', .Wm, lIel4nh, sergent-at-arm, say that one ef our trenches tan net I solidity victorious army It the front" and standard,



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DAILY I HOW PRESIDENT WILSON I I I 1915 FORD RUNABOUT j

Sentinel HEADS THE I'AI'EltS. I(I
South Florida (The American Boy Original cost, f.o. b. Orlando_$490.00
MORNING" AND WUKIV Being general manager of the I North East starting and lighting .
.".. ....MU ___ 100.00
CLRNN and system uuuau- sro4'ssu RING
United States is big job
f PtNINCtONYY..lu.n.w: tU...*. a pretty Shock absorbers uaUh_. 15.00 !

-V.btr..d .t Ifc. ........"'.. rs Orlaad+. YI.eU doenn't leave President Wilson much Seat cover .__....-.?.__._. 12.60
AI I't CL 1 *,. Mall M.ttf.KATK. time to fit with hilt feet on the preft Pointed radiator uu.u.._. 23.00 "etas? hnighry
Ideiitlal desk<< and read the dally pupern. Thief proof lock ...=.....__. 3.60: tal J JM..AA
CMU"UUN 632
Pall,, .I Yee fIIUb.. ....... ..................... "10.00 Still, It U. vary Important for Total, cost =,?==.0 _ ___..iTTTortDrltrn ( _
tHllr. M.nlh.n.llr chief executive to keep hU finger
) I M.M lh* .. 1.1' our only MX month What will
tMtir I MnMh. . ..' dti the pulse| of public opinion, tit) each y"u gIve nl@ In rash? Address"licnr)
> furl! Sentinel 12.7-tfc nntl IIt1:4\ (Illl\ order for goals| mmk L h thS'utt l'nll\'r
office.
care : : your )
Ma.blI- ,.,,, . . .. . ..:::,, .. 11.01sI.L day H special Journal U |prepared| fur : : .
him which gives him the cream of
Cc
iVhckIrTIQN"" $ ATARLI If N ARK: 1'(11111lINfi'I'll( : ) HAM: \'UUII )
what the all over the
newspaper| |
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--- TO -ADVRITUIMlf ountry are saying. HAI1V HIIOW? .1Int Heott'a TUsue, tOe., ::1 fur _________?.?,.?.,.-,,?--2 c'udurf
It the duty of one of the exeeu.
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.L.rtld.1< ,, |.,.*uN.,1.!k., Mn44 us H U I '..>Ik.. M hilBM.4l live olTIre stalT to read I carefully the Five That County Baby 1'air Show, is,going at the to be coming some \\ Toilet I'npcr, (0 I for -...___...*...........----..2BcBcutt'

.*. .1 Ik. a.a11.sI IM| Ulif \.> : Ik !. Immense pile of papers that come to show
di. .J.r. ,.**.".""."". TM, r.U tptillM the White (House each day This man lots of wise! people have eaught on Tissue Towels &per i pncknge _..**...,_.,.*,_a-tOe
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.haul. f*' tMtmt M "tUU||
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and! tow tll' Studio; Is
rUkl I ..4 .IH k. llrirtlf tk r4 !.. marks the items that should l"e of pictures galore. stacking Up II t'pnt. Kcoll'd( Unljy I)).tlies' 12! fur __ ____.._ :______---lOe

lub.Plh.r.. ,.he a.ntln.l o... Interest to the president, and! then Is tour child In It? If hot, It is
thould' ,1e.llib afflt" IB .tl e nil they ate clipped! situ pasted! nit sheetsof talJ" aqt.
th". iftl. of NblP.II.n t l "thtl I* It will 1 t* Uhiler t headIn !. All t thlldreh under flfrhl i iears.Countty f We ilelUef M'utlll" anywhere lit the city llntlt. Our
general
.n.tlntt.4. tt IK. tPrilerWrNdlbM Ml*, yellow paper
Well flat
fn-ll HnJIri Irt tto Y fa tars.M.. such 84 "tk itutials! OH P>etah| >dhw us M! city ttlessettger J,! boy is tthvays remly
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t.I.......... .Ns s.> . . MSi Utility nhii Wehdfnkv.. Msoluteiy, 161 1
," 'UPolletttf Ael" bf "Pareltt M t'fuHttl'Inl ate! favoflhtf Us.
11'hIINi AII\\:. III Ck11IIt4lt W5tmwd !) tUdI1." the& lifeM'lelit' bf the United, IIUWAUU'fj: tUIHO=Olr fUM ...It. i +A 'ea a! "Wo E Givo Checks"

-- -- - StMt@s t I 14 not the Ohly mail who! i!
An *frhiifiK l suMM@ey: !! that if you p@Hdoht( far liH new! ijl'ijItUth! A lit genie

"'itfto( fnrg@t. y A 4F tfeuMM. gtt ft @HMJIulJ", fteWSpflit[ fMF H liimiliu
Foil 14Ahl1}
IMIF of tight. shoes, That U alt .geed system i H ue@d t'f\ many ff tht hu.y
,
I have '
!seven! t thousand chnic@i fI"fli
,n4 well far the tanker\ OF the mu\ heads nf gr@at rrAritthmli: tiff tr@ps, tnelmlms: several 1 varieties City Drud StoreJ.
Milan: man, I tort+ gaming from an editor A pf orange. an.4\ grapefruit trees W IA l|
FAIH A CHKHIT sell them In any quantity. NHrsery
UVes. the flavor away OUli-\NnO) ,
Al'R Hnw Aim GIIiIIIY located at entrance: to Fair Grounds: J* DEAN, Proprietor Orlando/ FJqrfda/
-Q- r (Harry I1I I.eu. Phone 89. 12-l2-6tP;
"tn| choosing Ms men," saM! the Howard Curry field agent for the I J

"Gideon did! South Florida fair, returned! yesterday I .. _ '
Sabbath school teachers JONES BUYS A UT -- -- - -- ----- - - --"

not select those who laid aside their from Orlando the Five County And then the house.
comes So many I SALES---
arms and threw themselves down to Fair of which will follow the local dollars and anxious moments are "Don't Overlook! F0-R !

drink; he took those who watched fair. Although he visited Orlando on saved by consulting Cook & Co. II I
with one eye and drank with the other another misson Mr. Curry interested (Christ building) as to your plans I II My residence corner north Orange I second floor. Lot, 154 fett front on
and materials. They furnish every- This One" and Robinson avenues, containing Orange avenue. Grounds attractively t
."-Philadelphia Ledger.We prominent citizens in Orange countyrenresented thing and prompt service. 1-12-12-5tc r Library, Rxeptipn Room Den, Sew- I arranged and sprayed by under.
--n-- __,-n __ _at_ the_._, _South_ Florida Fair ----- -- I me Room Dining Room Kitchen ground system. .
- - ------- I : ; all ;;; .
are indebted to a prepaid wire- and believes a creditable exhibit will timber 3'/i Pantry, Grocery Room Lavatory, 1".Lge-"g e and log cabin play.on
80 acres virgin pine first floor with bath and a sleep- house etc. Will sell furnished or uning -
less message from Henry Ford for be sent down."Citizens THE FLORIDA REAL ESTATE apartment with eleven windows furnished.and .
the knowledge that Judge Ben Lind- of Orlando have their miles from Orlando, near Con- seven closets and storage room on 11-7-1m

sey of Denver, one of his guests! hands full preparing for their own & INVESTMENT CO. way brick road. This is a choice CHARLES P.
made a speech to the assembled mul- fair but I think they will send an ex- DOW

titude on the peace ship in which he cellent array of exhibits to Tampa" have moved their office to the piece of land and is suitable for

stated that his experience on the said Mr. Curry. "If they are unableto
Benedict Residence, 114 East citrus fruit, truck and general
bench in Colorado had convinced him do so, though I hope the people
that moral suasion is mightier than and newspapers of Tampa will do Central Avenue and hope to farming.

force even with criminals. As Judge everything possible for their fair, as meet our clients and many new

Lindsey is away from Denver most it has been developed on merit andis one to get acquainted with us PRICE $35.00 PER ACRE

of the time what or who rules in his proving a great factor in advanc- and our methods of doing busi- Onion Sets! ,
absence-N. Y. World. ing the interests of that section of
ness. We buy and sell Real
o Florida. The Orlando fair, which has
DECEMBER. been held for five years shows what Estate and Mortgages loan

December is that month of the year can be done with such an institution money on good securities and
F F. A Wallace Co Just a few for late planting-White Bermudas only-
Realty
when some invisible agency gets busy when public spirited business men are advance money to parties intending ,.

and fills our erstwhile dwarfed spirits behind it. The fair certainly will to build homes on easy Get yours before they are all gone.
with a feeling of friendliness and prove a revelation to winter visitors
terms. Bank Guarantee for our Room 3 Arcade
good cheer. We write letters to rela- and Floridians as well. Tampa Tri
transactions.
tives and friends whom we have not bune. Phone 117 Ir
thought of since last December; incorrigible o HENRY BENEDICT, PRES.
Produce Co.
Orlando Seed &
children become cherubimsand JONES GOES JUST THE SAME
wives become AND THEN SOME
seraphims; catty
kittens-and dad as usual, remains Route No. 1 206 S. Orange Ave. Phone 166

the goat. West Bound-Read Downa.
Grbve for Sale!
December means giving for every m. a.m. p.m .
Orlando __ 6:30 10:15 3:00
: :
one living when all of us try without Ocoee _--_aau___--- 7:30 11:15 4:00 80 acre Lakesite 35 acres in Grove; 2200 fine bearing
too much deceit to make shopping Winter Garden _- 7:45 11:30: 4:15: / budded trees ; 300 Seedlings. Close to brick road and
ramble not wholly mere gambles, Oakland -__ 8:00: 4:30
East Bound Read Up town. FORAGE GROCERY CO.
-
yet keeping In mind our expected re-
Orlando u.u.u U:30: 1:10:: 6:00: House, Barns, Outbuildings.

relpti. A dollar for brother two Ocoee ,..?..... R:30: 12:30: :: B:00) 'LA. HOUND STEAK, per pound . . . . .. . , , .17c
more for dear mother-my .gracious, Winter Gnrden Kilft: 12:1&: : 4:15: SACRIFICE for QUICK SALE
Big
thnt'a three I have Oakland .. 8:00 4:3U ("'LA. LOIN AND POUTEH: HOUSE:, per pound . . . , . .17c
already spent.. uu. Pure EXCLUSIVE SALE (''MUCK BOAST FLORIDA, per pound . . , . . . . . lOe
Rut still. Auntie MaLI, who's rertttlnly Orlando to- Stmight Round CHUCK STEAK FLORIDA) per pound . . . . . . . . 12c!

able! will surely remember me Ofoe -?.-u.-,,-bbc. ".on 'LA., IIEEF: STEW: :.1 pounds fur . . . . . . , . . .25c'LOR1DA :
to that extent. And now-Mr. Itlkk Winter OanlrnIUii.; I.*?' f..)a.LI.......nl... 7R.._ L.tO... I per
.nl: I reckon H !ntlck-pln will anlw..ranl = -H -
Itoutp' No. 2 .OUIUA PORK CHOPS, per pound . . . . . . . . 15e
ntlll not rout any .great ium. South Hound-Head Down E. I!. I1RADLEY FLORIDA PORK STEW per lb. If. . . . If. If If If If .12l'C

Then, too, If ho'n meaning to keep mea a. m. a. m. p. m, 42 WATKIN8! BLOCK PHONE SOI I IC WESTERN PORK CHOPS 2 pound" for . . . . . . . . .d6e'

dreaming It'i time he wan using Hpart Orlando Tine Castle.____________ 7(30 7:00:: 10-45 10)15):'" BflOTaft 5:00:: SLICED HAM 2 pounds for. . . . . . . . . . . . . .

of his mon. It really U trying, : 1Iton 5:45: OILED( HAM per pound . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35c r

this annual gift buying for you will U'I loun, -Head Up IIMMMMIMMIMIMIIIMMMMMMMMMMIIIMMClifislmas pound . . . . . . . . . . . . . ,20c
agree its t firmly believe that while H. Ml. H. m. p. Ml. 4M01El( CUEiNTIt .20daA.B.OOOK&COMPANYA
HAUSAttE. per pound . . . . . , ,
it's it .pleasure to give, In a measure, Orlando ":::10 llUfl/ fli30:

It's fully m pleasurable! too, to re- Tart fine l'ut 1-u----- "7UB:OQ IjilB iitOO:;) n rt:00:!i4SFateP'ihe C Cards and Booklets !

ceive.I'OINNttftlA. __ t Pimlk-- rt r.t| Tuft 806Clill'lleH
===---n Uhder 1 12, half frtfe.
IN A Will pick you up shy het-p! bii the
I tMtt jf Tn feht rrt"i iVe.' we; Luttl1tthlHtt \' HkquUHe ppediuhl'foiit! ( le. up), Also!! louveltir .
t'llltlMtMtl.OWlm I MHll @Yerything chit tlrj} Mil Novpltie Toy?, JHKUiee| Nuveltied\ Mt tiUU@f)', i ORLANDO V
BUILDING
tFIdH4o) latllt"i! Wild ale fultUHat@a. me!IIl.Hgp.rtF! "uU. W* Hare IUlll M i .. CHRIST
to t Awn and Mf8W the ""tt utifu'' pain l = one @ft Ui Hlld (Hake> eat'tFH trip|

selliaa!I, lit) numFeu I !i in OFtamto, will aflep '"IIIW filII 6 SF i 8Fi! WFeutHF Church St. AS AQENTS we Inveit t money safely for ourcnntomcrn'
t:mill fi syit ps+!@afin4 ElllPSiOi 22 W ,
F@jalce In IMFR that it hag\ h@@n'. flt r urge hunlt@f fAllhl N0 r'lnllam
: their real and personal
!lamed the. ChrUtntfM flaweFi and will I, and 6 rent: Pn limIt? Nay.\ I m BLOCK mr A. c, L. mm () manage I
read with interest the fallawinif trih Manor the Hu! It i is better t than property'; look after their taxes and other obligation

ute to the pUnt from the Industrial' the MORTON street par,H, 40NE9:! A BONS: ?, collecting: rental?, interest t and dividends i ,
Ind@r, pf JQ'lfmtnt( (Ga i Phone poo.AN .

In t'lorii-th&! 'land of relioqr ea .-.. INCOME INVESTMENTS MortRftgw and Bond*
,
and delights-poinsettias are' growing ANNOUNCEMENTI '
and blooming' with unusual lu url- PURE FOOD STORE
desire to express my thanks to
ance. This seems highly appropriate.The the many friends who gave me their
poinsettia is the Christmas patronage during the life of the Ca- Groceries BUILDING MATERIALS

flower, and .one of striking brilliance ruthers & Gore Grocery and also
of color and almost startling beauty. hile I was manager of Our Grocery
Company. I hope to be able to serve AND CONSTRUCTIONRaisins
Even in semi-tropical regions where you with groceries again in January CHRISTMAS HINTS .
frost does but little injury to vegeta- as I expect to open another groceryas '
Almonds Brazil Nuts Pecans,
as arrangements can be Currents, Walnuts, ,
tion, there comes the time when flow- soon
made. Citron, Orange Peel Lemon Peel4 Cluster Raisins, Burnett
ers though unharmed by cold, can not At the present time you will find Extracts, Burnett's Cake Coloring. We can save you time, money and worry on your

have all the freshness and vigor of me at the Racket Store of Mr. Geo. The Above Are All Fresh Stock building operations. Our clients are satisfied.
the vernal season. It is then that the :McCulloch, where I will be pleased to I

poinsettia rears its starry red crown help you select Very truly your Christmas yours, gifts. Phone 203 No. 8 W. Church St.

upon a lengthy stem that makes it -12-14-3tc E. II. GORE.INVESTMENTS .

tower gracefully above the most of :.
its fellows of the flower garden. Its
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colors are vivid but not blatant and

its freshness and the season of its

vigorous blooming make it wonderfully G. C. Montgomery
beautiful. The lover of flowers- we offer you

especially if he is from a cold cli-

mate-who sees the poinsettia for the Municipal and Industrial We have employed the service of G. C. Montgomer :or
first time finds it hard to realize that Improved !'
QUALITY
he is not looking upon a miracle of: Bonds Mortgages on our painting department. Cars overhauled and painted.

the floral kingdom and he never Property. SERVICE! Prices for Fords $10.00 to $20.00; Any cars $10 to $50.
ceases to remember and admire it.

And how appropriate that this 8 per cent.
flower which comes to welcome PRICES:

Christmas should bloom this yearwith Interest Investments of

unusual magnificence in this upon _ Co.CUALMERS MOTOR R. CAR CO.
country's great winter flower garden. unquestioned security.

Christmas will come to this county Y The Co-Opertive Produce

as a season of peace and prosperity CHAS. P. DOW Freeman V. D. Phillips Mgr

and good will to men and of life and The National Bank W. S. DeWitt Mgr. No. 10 E. Church St. PHONE 447 ,
r:, hope while across the Atlantic it wit'1 Peoples 14 EAST CHURCH STREET. CHONE 221THE

be a season of war and want anc I L

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C C ?> All through our Haberdashery Department there re"aU8 For Christmas

tin air of good quality .stile, t taite and refinement Whether
Ladies Suits and Dresses can dhow you such itn nrrtty of nttrarthe Itp rttaprlut@ OWe
it be: Shirt, Neckwear, Hosiery, (Glove!, Sweater*, Underwear, < i
Silks and Serges, All The end useful/ (Hft on our :3rd Tloor n* you hate
or what nut @!tull&ftr@till haw itself in every line,
} Latest Models
<* never seen before The thing frlendx and
The ntnndtml creation and novelties from th@ hand of very your
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the bet t maker are here Men\ who want the latent and mot loved one have been longing for And they're here C
( ,$,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 reliction'
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$9.00 SUITS OR DRESSES FOR .......... S 7.75
their wants be ,
to
expecting supplied
while everything Is new and the stocks are complete.
t $9.50 SUITS OR DRESSES FOR .......... S 8,25
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0 $10.00 SUITS OR DRESSES FOR..... ..... $ 8.50 BEAUTIFUL BANQUET, LIBRARY AND TABLE

, $11.00 SUITS OR DRESSES FOR.... .. .. $ 9.25 LAMPS, METAL AND MAHOGANY.

4 11.50 SUITS OR DRESSES FOR.... ....... $12.00
$3.00 to $25.00

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

$16.00 SUITS OR DRESSES FOR.$13.50 LIIIKARY TABLES, FUMED OAK, WICKER AND

4, $16.50 SUITS OR DRESSES .FOR... ....... $13.75 FIHHE:

$17.50 SUITS OR DRESSES FOR.$15,25 T
$5.00 to $30.00 < i
$18.00 SUITS OR DRESSES FOR..... ..... $15.50 )
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CHAIRS TO MATCH
$18.50 SUITS OR DRESSES FOR.. ........ $15.75 \ t >

19.00 SUITS OR DRESSES .FOR........... $16.25 1 , IOOM TO MORRIS CHAIRS < i
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19.50 SUITS OR DRESSES .FOR.......... $17.00 > t enMr"'G1ii ?>
; "' $14.00 to $30.00OLD
$20.00 SUITS OR DRESSES FOR......... .. $1 .50 Y .+ S

$22.50 SUITS OR DRESSES FOR.......... $19.25

21.00 SUITS OR DRESSES FOR.......... $20.00 IVORY CHAIRS; .

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

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

$28.50 SUITS OR DRESES FOR........... $24.50
THEY'RE NEVERDISSAPPOINTED BOOK CASES, SIDE BOARDS, SMOKING SETS, TEL-


< > $32.50 SUITS OR DRESSES FOR........... $27.50 TRAVELLING BAGS AND SUIT CASES IN ALL

C J $35.00 SUITS OR DRESSES FOR........... $29.50 LEATHERS
OUR PRICES-One of the best features about our Haberdashery
5 $37.50 SUITS OR DRESSES FOR.......... $31.75 $5.00 .to $20.00BEAUTIFUL
is, that our prices are never extravagent. They'realways
'\ V* $38.50 SUITS OR DRESSES FOR......... $32.75

\ $39.50 SUITS OR DRESSES FOR........... $33.50 reasonable and satisfactory. Make jour selection
... LINE OF BRASS GOODS IN SMOKING
\ .......... $33.75 while selecting is good.
$U. o SUITS OR DRESSES FOR SETS, FERN DISHES, UMBRELLA STANDS 4,SHEARS,

j $ 5.00 SUITS OR DRESSES 11'OIL...., .., .. $34.75 Only a few more days until Xmas. Let us show you SILVERWARE, JAPANESE BASKETS, PICTURES

$47.50 SUITS OR DRESSES FOU... ... .. . $36.50 HK pairs of lIote toot Hosiery, guaranteed six I mu"thVe AND CUT GLASS
CHINA IN FRENCH, GERMAN AND JAPANESE
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jso.oo SUITS oil DRESSES FOR, . I I s I i $40.00 are able! to give )"UU an aisdfthient\ of sit I different fbt fli.! BEAUTIFUL LINEi THIS HAS
TO HE 8EEN: : TO JIG
*M,00) SUITS OU IMESSES; I'Olt 10 I I I I I $43.00 APPRECIATED I ..
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WinterPark Paragraph


Shopper deluged all of the stores No. 4 West Pine Sreet
yesterday. No Leaking in
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Orlando stores were crowded
yesterday
Daily Budget 01 Items Concerning with merry Christmas shop- ;. 'Air Because Around the No

pers. DAVIS & GILESATTORNEYSATLAW Point. How About
The Town And Rollins College -
The winter residents are beginningto An Edison Pen
make their makes writing easier than
appearance in great '
talking.Theinkdowsfreelythe
ROYAL NEIGHBORS ORGANIZE POSTOFFICE TO AID CHRISTMAS numbers. Phone 72 One of
At an enthusiastic meeting Monday PATRONS - instant you touch pen to
night at Hooker Memorial Hall the Police court was quiet yesterday.In Rooms 5, 6, 7, 8- paper- stops when you
order of Royal Neighbors, auxiliaryto In connection with the Christmas fact, crime has diminished greatly Davis & McNeill Blocl take your pen up.

the Modern Woodmen of America, mails Postmaster McLean desires during the past year. cular Note reservoirs the two in little the drTh ese for a
organized a local lodge under the direction again to call the public's attention to -- -indicated by the arrow.
of Mrs. Blass, of Orlando. the necessity of addressing plainly all The Western Union Telegraph office t These deep little reservoirs -
The organization, which is known as packages, and with having the send is nearly finished. The lobby has Victor Starbuck hold ink in readinessfor
Orange Camp starts out with a char- er's name and address in one corner. been attractively tiled and bears the writingtake up the
ink and hold it w hen ChristmasGift
your
ter membership of more than twenty In addition to having the name of the name of the company in large let ATTORN EY.AT.lAW pen leat es the paper. 1
members. It has already elected officers sender and of the addressee on the ters. Let us demonstrate the
for the year and promises to wrapper it should be marked on the - Phone 161 great advantage of our 4
soon become one of the most active package inside the wrapper so that The movie artists attracted consid- patented feed and safety M" "
No. 6 W. Pine St. Orland FlaRe
screw cap. Say good-by* ?
erable attention
lodges in this section of the state. the package could be delivered even yesterday morning to "finger smearing' pP
Another meeting for the purpose of though the cover were missing. One noon and afternoon. Several' scenes pens.. Get an Edison:: I
perfecting the organization and work of the features has been the placing were taken along' Orange avenue. The Made In all styles' from 11
of the lodge will be held this after- of attendants with scales in the lobbyto Orlando Dank aid Trust company, and $r,$9 to $.0.00. I
noon at 2 o'clock at Hooker Hall weigh and! mark package !before Rates' drug store served ag settingsfor One ol our guarantee
The board of officers as elected at they are taken' to the tAmp window two of the seenen Interested by. RAY WHITE pnliciet Ian' PU"hih"d.giten, w hh" try

the meeting Monday I in, an follows: A card with duplicate of the amount standers watched the performancewith LI
ATTOIINEY-AT LAW Edison Pen Co.
Mm. K.: O. Illtflow/ oracle; Mm. J. of MampA, needed i 114 handed the |pay> great, eagerness/ IktMHIiMimtHPetersburg
t:. Vlrk, vice oracle; Mri. Grow, past''Iron, to be presented at the stamp Room 44 Va.
worthy oracle; Mr*. U. N. Denning/ window If insurance U desired A. I I'. HWAIDMAItK ACQUIRCM INTKKKHT \IUD U'U,""tUlle
receiver; I Hr.> TrovilUon, ramp phyU timl are provided which are stampedwith IN PALMS AUTO CO.Mr. Wutkln Block Orlando, 1.'ln. OLD SrLUCERNE
clan\ ; Mm Carrie TrovilUon chaplain; number us the packages are -
Mrs l Lent Galloway, outer guard; presented' to be filled out later by A. 1*. Swnldmtttk, of Winter PHARMACY
Mrs. Dollle) Favor, inner guard; Mrs. I clerks with duplicates of the addresses Carded who U known all over thin Worthington Blackman
Eva Daetwller Mrs. Hunter, the section skilled mechanic and who
Mary ' on package' ns a
We JUe Sating Checks
Mrs. Little lllackburn The would however for time has been the t
managers; I postolTlce prefer, Home operating ATTORNEY-AT.LAW I
Mrs. Irma Daetwiler, Miss Amy for persons desiring to insure Garden City Garage in Went Orange, When in Klsslmmce Visit the Palace Drug Store
Mann, marshals; Mrs. E. S. Palmer, I their parcels to first get a supply of has acquired an Interest in the Palms Phone 617

pianist. the cards, take them home and ad- Automobile company, on the corner Rooms 13 and/14 Yowell.Duck
.. Mrs. Eva C..Eastman, of St. Cloud dress them themselves. of Orange avenue and Washingtonstreet
assisted in organizing the lod.ge. I I The Christmas mail has usually and will have charge of the worth Building. MIMIIIiniMIIIIMMMIMMMMMIMIIMMIIIIIIIIIFor
been handled the ., His brother, Mr.
to satisfaction f repair department.
ESTABLISH SCHEDULE OF FEES ( most people and Postmaster McLean II. E. Swaidmark will remain in i '
FOR CADDIE SERVICE hopes for a repetition of a jam-up Winter Garden and look after the affairs Phone 72 iaar Tllal'
Monday afternoon the directors ot service this year. of the Garden City Garage.Mr. OllrBllsilles"r
the Winter Park Country Club held a I "Do Your Mailing Early," is the A. P. Swaidmarak formerly
business session at which it was decided adopted slogan in every hamlet and) lived in Orlando and will be pleasantly Paul V. HutchinsAttorney
to appoint a man to sell tickets city where Uncle Samuel has a mailing remembered by many as an em Xmas
and'act as caddie manager and start station, but in few cities is it ploye of a local garage as well as and Counsellor at Law
ere The directors already have a man pushed as vigorously and persistently an exemplary young man and has
in view to fill the position. as in Orlando. The postmaster, by many friends in this city. Davis & McNeil Bldg
Fees for caddying the courses this placards and other means of notification \ ORLANDO. FLA. Clear Havana CigarsMade
season will be as follows: has impressed upon the patronsof .
One round on the nine hole course! the postofflce, the importance of ( In Bond)

2G"; two round on the nine hole mailing parcels and packages early. Thai would bul
be sulllclenl In (10
THE LUCERNETODAY Dr. F. F. guarantee, addlllo1'
course, 40c.; one round on the eighteen Compliance with this rule, he nay, Thompson .
hole course, 60e.WINTKK will save the office from being/ that, this Cigar Is made by
swamped at the eleventh hour.rv'IiY Dentist
BERRIMAN BROS.
PARK NOTES!
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + -
formerly of New York In 'their Dlue Ribbon Factory
J. A. llltort, of Winter Park I In + +
pending, part of the week at Pin + PUT IT OFF. ? + 115 SOUT11011ANGE .

county Greet. ,and superintending Inland Lake the In picking Seminole of ++ + + + + + + + * + + * *+ Over Curtis & O'Nenl'sOH GOOD AND BAD CIGAR STORE

several cars of especially fancy citrus
fruit which Is being shipped bjr the !to'Ma' 'girt. must be purchased "THE I1KAII HIHT ,It"
either later. 122 S. Orange Ave,, next to T, tl. Evens
The who
faelwller) company for the holiday how or buyer
trade. Wants to see the best the stores hate A Two-Putt Iliograph UtRh1aUliltONeliU ) .
to toiler and! desires abundant time! to --I
Mr. Mrs. W, %V. I athatn, tot make selections carefully h pUrthdsIhtf .
ahi howl the others Well wheii t..t.tt........ ........t.A.'.........
New ittkteHt L'ohh., ah creeled it) I. -= ,
nits Iti WlhttF Park tohiorroW ithJ t they flhd that Christmas! Is ttliout d6F IIILliY ANI TIIK L. H, RAMSDEUUHLANDO
fjf t the wtirtiiitlef ef f llnKv aeasnn! will tiny twtt away they sea what A
hiistake "have mach in I'AHI) HIIAIIP"Wetern g"OMUIIlIf New Overland at $800
6Iupy! tht'if kltndBtn! fl'!! tJI'IW@ they | detnyiag: ,
which hay jUt! been mltMl'tt: When htjliddy [puFthasiRg!! i i9 dame FLORIDA
wily, every one H satisfied! : 'I'he I I'aoanity';!: !: ; f I FIT OLAE( QfUND LIN81t Over*tilt I ! Tires! Shock AltMifliers!: and EMra Tire
fl, M Iteyw and, family, ef MPIM t are mush t MteF aWe' in aeeom: AND DO ALL KIND Of
New York, arrived in Winter I'inti medate their eystemeR! in the way Op'P1F11' WRPtRIKf
yret@rdsy' ftfternwn and will AFFupypirrll they desirej the easterners make mers@atiafaFtory "THE SERPENTS; TOOTH"A Buick 40 at $400
pPH:! ill far t tbe !season, t purchases} the men and
women l-ehind. the counters: Yitagraph Comedy:
get
I New Tin and New Paint'
chaa. Took, who travels out of through the season without becomingso SURVEYINUPlating
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Co. of weary that they not the ". .
Jacksonville\ for Armour ft can enjoy and Sub-Dividing
Chicago, visited the 'local' trade yesterday holiday. So every one is benefited
the customer undoubtedly more than 5c "Same Little Prices" tOe
t I any one else. It's all merely a mat : PROMPT AND WORK ACCURATE ; Winter Park Auto Co. j ji
ter of reasoning it out and then !
C, W. Huggins, of Tampa spent I
some hours in Winter Park yesterday, doing it.BEGIN. HAL A. IRISHCivil OPEN DAY AND NIGHTMMIMMIiMMIIMIillMMIMMMIIiMMMilliliMM
visiting the merchants. i ,
* * * * * * * Engineer

WANTED-Bright, active office boy *
that is not afraid of work. Must BUYING TOMORROW GRANDTODAY
live at Winter Park. Apply at packing 47 Watklnu Rldg., Orlando Fla.
house. R. Daetwyler & Co.
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ACCIDENT HEALTH
FOR CHRISTMAS AN INTERESTING: SUBJECTThe F. A. PEPPERCORN
TRY SOME OF THAT RICH FRUITCAKE LIABILITY AUTOMOBILEBURGLARY

following is from the Presbyterian BUILDER and CONTRACTOR PLATE GLASS
F. O. STONE RAKING CO. church bulletin:
4 Sold In Winter Park by "The prayer meeting. is growingin Phone 37 PROPERTY DAMAGE WORKMAN'S COMPENSATION
F. W. SHEPHERD: : interest and spiritual power. The Y
large number present last week enjoyed WILLIAM FOX PRESENTS -

TOO LATE TO CLASSIFYFOR a live, helpful service. The
I subject for next Wednesday night 1 is VALESKA SURRATT L. Percival Hutton .-

SALE-Brand new Ford roadster "The Coming of the Morning Is. Georgia Casualty Company
at a bargain. Palms Auto 21. 11-12 verses. Messrs. Yowell, IN 37 Liberty St., New York, N.Y
Co. 12-15-3te.
Waters and Siemens will lead in the ARCHITECT

FOR SALE-By Palms Auto Co., discussion. Come and enjoy the ser- "TilE SOUL OF BROADWAY"Your GEO. A. HUTCHINSON, General Agent.
12400 six cylinder 7 passenger vice. McNeill-Davis Building, Orlando
Chalmers car, equipped with brand --- attendance will contributeto Orlando, Florida
new tires all around. Price 1000. Florida.
12-15-3tc YESTERDAY AN IDEAL WINTER the funds on the O. II. S. Basket I
DAY Member F. A. A. Room and 6 Watkins Block t Phone 700
FOR SALE OR RENT-By owner Ball Team. F
two of the prettiest bungalows in
Yesterday ideal nice
was an or win.
town. Each has six large rooms hall
and bath with all modern conven ter day, in "Florida so everybody says. S.S.JonesChiropractor -.
iences. One just about completed And everybody 'round hereabouts for
other one to be completed by 25th:: of very long ought to be well qualifiedto
15c
December" ; nice lots and fine location lOc t
near Lake Cherokee. Price $3,500 judge of what constitutes a nice
and $3,250; cash payment and terms. winter day.COMET The Longwood HotelOpen
Also a four room bungalow in north.
eastern part of town. This bungalow;
and 1 lot 60 by 150 feet $950, or ( THE SENTINEL OFFICE Graduate of Davenport, la., Col. under new management. Special attention
with 2 lots $1050; cash and terms.Address The Sentinel can quickly supply all lege. given to auto parties.
Kentucky Home, 611 Palmer of the various forms used by orange
street IMS-lmoe, Orlando. Phone CSC. packers and shippers, Including tickets Room No. 3, Schultz tild,. I Specialist on Nervous and Rates $2.00 and up, American. Special rates by the

size Hits, manifests, geld and Dr. C. W. Fain Chronic Diseases.4th week or month.

Mr. H. D. Clark, who regularly }packing house forma, .tc. Located at Longwood, Fla., the town of opportunity..
spends part of his winters In Orlando, DENTIST D. A. MIDQLEY .
, U xpttttd to reach the city today Shop Have this you season located? Mrs If not TutU be,'. sure Gift Offlct' Hours i 8 to 12, S to I. Floor, Y. D. DoildJag I Mgr.

from IlalnfltU, N. J. you do. 1-12-8-tfc i I WINTER PARK, FLA. Phone 209 (



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the club Monday. An effort will be MASONS ELECT: : OFFICERS: -oiT--
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mAde to make the annual ball a brilliant F )
I n: ;ttn'nri4' I affair. Orlando Lodge No. CO, F. & A. M., -Get It At Allen's"
The following committees havebeen held their annual election last night,
appointed: with the following results: Harry I).
The decorating will be done by a Leu, W. M.; Edmond II. Allen, S. W.;
SOCIAL CALENDAR if he desires to attend. committee composed of Mrs. J. S. Mc. Leonard S. Thornton J. W.; T. Pic- 0

Wednesday, December 15.: 2. Season and honorary members Ewan, chairman; Mrs. II. M. Beardall ton Warlow, treasurer; Edward G.
Bridge Luncheon Club, Mrs. Merle may invite one person. The representative Miss Mary Guernsey, and Miss Sara Hauselt, secretary.
Mcelroy, hostess. man of each household is Slemons. The officers as elected will be installed
Unit Circle; topic, "Dr. II. W. not entitled to come on his courtesy
Those who will the refresh- at the
arrange next regular meeting,
Wney by Mrs. Mary L. McNeill.D.
AI R. Jubilee at the home of Mrs. card, but must receive an invitationto ments Are Mrs. Harriet Miller, chairman which will be on the evening of St.
A.lu Forde. attend. ; Mrs. W. R. O'Neal, Mrs. T. P. John's Day, Monday, December 27.
Wed*es" Card Club, Mrs. J. I. 3. The names of all desired guests Warlow, Mrs. D. C. Thompson, Mrs. 11 11H
Th rnt B,*hostess. must be sent in writing to the chairman I
Louis Dolive, Mrs. Thomas B. rod-
Bach-4or Girls, Miss Norma Gage, HOTEL HAS BEEN CROWDEDFOR
hortess.Fortijightly. of the invitation committee, Mrs. water, and Miss May Kilmer. WEEKS
( Card Club, Mrs. Hamil- Geo. R. Newell, on or before Decem- The music and floor committee is
tort Johnson hostess. ber 19th. No names will be consid- of Miss Howard, Watch Bracelets
composed Mary
The Orland hotel on Church street
Entr Nous Club, Mrs. J. Y. Cheney,
ered after this date.
chairman Mrs. L. B. Giles, and Mrs.
ho .ells. } Is enjoying a fine patronage at the
Men' Open Forum. Ada Bumby, secretary. 152t0 W. M. Glenn. present time. They are catering to a Convertible into a regular watch, or can be worn on
Thursday, December 18. - The committee on invitations Includes fine class of people from all parts! of neck chain ; twenty and twenty-five year and solid gold
Rosalind Club afternoon Twentieth party.ChrH'tna ma VOTE Mrs G. R. Newell, chairman\ the United States. During the put H cases.!!
: party, Century
Club, MM. A. R. ttogue, hostess. No wonder the Suffragists! feel Mrs. A. B. Whitman and Mis! Mary week every available room in the CHRISTMAS GOODS AUK IiI nIb H
r here and There Club. chesty! over the big vote polled for Robinson.CLAHH. hotel has been pressed into tervice. t
Coutifry Club dance woman suffrage. In New Jersey, = The manager believes! that Orlando ALLEN & CO JEwELERL
Gaul'i
Mendelssohn tI..''1,1)' City,"Club tK-esehtl 13.1,28:1: : : / : ftt'tt'uted for votes I fur women > OP INHtHUCtlON faces the biggest winter Reason! in ,
e Friday, tefeml 17. I In MaMahu! !ett( l 10.1,400: were This afternoon at 2i39() eVIock there history .. cD
Mre.1t1.I II, Hfutt entertain at bridge' lint ,sewed 10 give Women equal l will he A meeting of the flan of in* . OE=.==
In >l"hO' nf Ml+* tttM Tamblifn, fight) in Pennsylvania, 330,877) were trlt'Uffor ItehekBh Ledge N. 12: l'lthIiYTEIIiAN.. ('tiltllt'FMAMl "
W*Iri'tj( ,ten I'Wl," MM<" l'l J.' ?,II"l, Mnitruder**** and,Arid.lead> fair enough! ami in New York till* At JIM Fellowfl" I 11,11.!, All member) MHMON l;
eM" 4UH\ 4 M A word for fhlvalry, Near are urged! to l loti an hand promptly'" B. I'lll-l'AIIINd( Cult)
I ly n million 'men who know their woe thtlr.I.is important work to be flnahei The I'refihyterlHn fhurrh Christmas nilllHIMAH NUWI
Mil ('11 Tn nUHAMNU MKMIIKIIH men have sense enough to vote! lh,,tI | | nt this meeting, sermon will be nest t Habtmth, morn, 1 A little
Tb1ln.i annual hnlhll1.,11.. of (the |Ilosa( I I. a fine (rihuia io American. woman* Mrs, W. It llrokrtw, Noble Urund, lug, when |lit, Mernnnell" will speak' will put toprh the house of paint In here shape and for(there the
luli will lie |heM| | un New Year'sml hnod ami a finer showing of man -- on "The Matchless child," There will J, holiday season I t.t't us fill yourwants .
ml the. following rules will goy hood.ANNUAL. Miss Huth MrCulluugh I Is eipectedIJuy he a sacred. concert In the evening in the (\mint lineVe handle
fern he invitation. of guests by (the -tJ.- )'tl from (burlier College, llal- in which (the tholtVIII present attractive only with 'pure every gumls requirement and ran prptlde Our guarantee toil:.
lien ere Ilut.l 11 MAM, At t $ Hhm-! Mnrjrlatul, td spend the holidays musk with special selections goes with everything we sell
11 tegular nhil' hob-resident hietiiir llll.HAI.INII t'UJII with her patents, Mh HhdMrs. trust the! "Messiah"tA1.IAitApgI V -= --
tiers (itlTlltgtd (Id IhVUtt! (two JterU IH) I rtlilrtfr bight, (letehilief :,11, tin! J. it. Atreulltludll, at their Hume fry =
t fehs) tttrtftthlatlvi| dirtII bf HiHttllhil (t'lulltIll hate; ('ht! nhhUat bit Mouth Alrtltl titrt' >et. Misers! iiurb- t \!: jH:! III t ISltl=: 1 !:! .MS OHdlldo Prtliil A WWII\ I' a tf C*
tnt-lt' liHU<(-hhl(| i M! tint frhtltled (Itt runts! New YMr's lirill.. tills Ml tint! btlterIniiUtH thy JuhhsbH! rttul MlhM HtiHU wilt lltll''IIOlJ 1 AA4'N9aliattaeere al'k' i6 1COLHMAN Ofini' Avenue!
HH t 4 HiUMMy! Hi til but InUst! I lit( ill.lltJll Wet! lUMllHH4| tthlt-li HtiHIi! itHIH! bit 1Wtdneethly, IJe rtutirFMieefe ; ksnl @AI l
I Ifi I the (Iwb ItlVlltttitJhs' : hllowttlc His| nt Ins tetftiirir liUsihfM: i iHtttltttf, wfIIHAIi IhHt1Uty Hhti fJlld RIt-ItW\l1t\ ? Will mite llif.tMt IttifHlF: this A HIIAN
will !+"ihttatdy ri ltHlit+ it tidY IH JdFltehhtll1 - Hf' HtlM/ Ittlltllttf Ik/ I M lunch: titlt):
It$ with) iliHI MF(( tint) FfitFliHrlsttibl fitliflAitl 1tm! +Hlflfh his IIWNllm tft
tJll lIIUFitlif! : IIHFFh11+NF :i: tshN ]Ij'rl<] ?t: HH l Fl-mliPF!=/ 2$:Mil: TnlMft -
ECONOMYare 111 ..pRUfHf hHIit'' ifN ytHiittmt' + nt .(:1I i is iiIFNiiiIy tlHtJtiHIf FNIIy ft fi Ih@rcceptian !
Ym, ''IrHt1itMy thinkin@ Af i it JfAA,1 wRy to NFARARIIsa! f ill fAijFhritHHit the t'IArhl 17tate IIRiiEgt: : fuF\ Uf4bfRtl ; : J I H is I'HI11itlllt' that arav- CAREY HANDFUNERAL
r r 4Pppimg' -- erhl from/ OnwrJ{ ppmttv will NitFmti.llllsll .
1 Therlt arp many friend hind<\ tAn pries that JPU. wish i t tA cement M the HAs.lillll. fM Thursday' t the
I lIeF with apnrppr4e| gifts M\ perhaps fPij ItQ not feel t that VPH pan afternooR will be Ahservetl' nfprmj lly N'h-11'ki "Fiiltfilll" IlltfiS11yt.lin. DIRECTOR
,'jye expensj>e rnlienh.1'14 why pay so niuch They appreciate the and the 'ladies may bring their needle- \ .-->*TMrkiih" rugs are pow
> article as a remembrance from you more than anything else. Of uork. Music will )be furnished\ }by a being made in Donegal. Since the AND EMDALMER
!aurse your presents must }be nice, but they need not }be costly. Vjctrola. Miss Mary Robinson is war started the clever Irish have de-
Engraved Monogram Stationery and Visiting Cards make ideal chairman of the hospitality committee. vised means to imitate the prized: product -

hristmas Gifts at a very email cost. of the enemy so that expertscan All calls answered Promptly Dayor
Why not get steel engraved Greeting cards to send those of your - scarcely tell the difference. The
lore distant friends whom you wish to remember! The regular meeting of the young carpets are hand woven. Night. Hand Block.
Send for our samples today which will be supplied free of charge. people's branch of the W. C. T. U. II
will be held at the home of Miss El- UNPACK LARGE BOXES OF NEW
J. P. STEVENS ENGRAVING CO. mina Gould, 206 Liberty street, on TOYS Orlando Florida.
\ 47 Whitehall Street Atlanta, Ga. Wednesday, December 15, at three I I

o'clock. Brigham & Hill, on Church street PHONE 639. RESIUENIEPHONE 457
-oAll -- have unpacked several large boxes of _-j
; members of the MendelssohnClub Christmas toys and other articles. -
" " " ," ,"," ' are requested to attend full rehearsal They are attractive and all parentsare
: at the Methodist church on .11.111111111..1..1..11..1..1'.1..1..1'.1FRANK
requested to step into the store
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Wednesday evening, December 15, at and see the display.
8:30 o'clock. 12-14-2t

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ORLANDO WINTER VISITOR DIES I A. CUKTIS WILLIAM O'NEAL
ON THE WAY HERE Sp irella

The death of Mrs. Orlo C. Nicker.son .
came as a shock to both relatievsand CorsetsNot
friends both here and in the
( sold in stores)
tw South. She, with Mr. Nickerson, left
Wear Corset made fit
for their winter home in Orlando I a to you.
Ask for .
Fla., and stopped in New York to a demonstration.Send
visit their son. A week ago Tuesday postcard to
CURTIS & O'NEAL
? they started South and Thursday afternoon -
Mrs. Van Buskirk
.: : Mrs. Nickerson was sittingon ,,
deck of the boat. Pneumonia developed Corsetiere
suddenly and Friday morningshe '308 Magnolia A"e. OrlandoFavorite Insurance Loans Real Estate
was taken off the boat at Savannah -
et and rushed to a hospital where Rentals
everything possible was done for her
I but she! passed away before noon.
Mr*. Nickemon was born in Ohio, .
but with Mr. Nlckeraon' came East!
TOliAY'8 I'KOdltAM
IiB t twenty>two )t>ara ago and about\ I lev! "THE NIGHT OF TIIK THAIL8"
ECONOMY nteen yearn" ago nettled! in Winthrop, A Kay lies) feature, in two parts!!, pre.
iB where they have resided ever fdnce I Denting! the t>@| star,
They made! many warm friendi, where "TIIK KMKKAI.ll:Win, H, dart.) 111100611" RftTAHLIHHKD IMI ,
sympathy, gore out to Mr Nkkerean! A one eetic! itrnma.
In hU "bereavement, for they were B "TUB 'MTTI.V' ; IIEItO"
meat devoted couple. A Cub comedy featuring/ ten, Aery,
CAN IIK AI'I'MKl TO AUTOMOIIIMSH; AH WI I.I. AH She ,is survived by her husband and 1'hlII| on the the Mutual Cub comedy' released .. . ... .. . . . . . . . . . . . .... . . . . . . ....
r.rogram.
one son, The funeral' took place from Don't 1 fail to !see it. Where it's
/ANY OTIIKH NKCKSHAHV IIUHINKHS I YI'I NSE. her late home, 144 Shore Drive, on a Cub its a. Hear,
Sunday and the Interment was In TOMOlllimV(
William Karnum in "The )Rpojlers"
Winthrop,-Winthrop (Mais) Sun A Help| production of Alaskan

AHK ANY liOndtS) ( OWNI WHAT IT COHTH TO and Vl ltor. life, in nine parts.
SAXON SIX $785.00F
(OI'KUATK) ( TI1M 1)UUfl( .. INCLUDINCI) ( IAHOMNK+?

OIL. T111I(4 ANI lfl'IJ; I'. O. B. DETROIT
Visit Our Store for



: We have been' appointed ,distributor for central
ASK FOR SAYINGS CHECKS XMAS GIFTS .Florida for this wonderful ear, W@ will have in two eftr-

load before January tat, ,and want everybody in Orlando
to ride in it, The (only cheap thing about the Saxon I is

We deliver! Xmas morning, You simply 1 leave! paek the price, Equipped': with Timpkin axles and bearings
throughout, electric!1 ! starter and lights, genuine leather
age with card and' address: No charge, upholstery: and all refinements of a $2,000,00 automobile

Let us give you a demonstration, Carload of the famous
Reo Six's; to arrive this week. You are invited to ride
in them also For high class, long life and hard work

11. PHILLIPS & S SONS Heo and Saxon,




210 S. Orange Ave. PALMS AUTO CO.Distributors .

PHONE 56

for
Reo and Saxon Automobiles.

N. Orange Ave. Phone 400



PHARMACYKodaks

and Supplies.We .
J : : develop films.
Advertise in the SentinelI
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SHOP EARLY-Early in the morning. Thus you will benefit not only yourself but also the loyal workers who are here to wait upon you. You can make your own task of gift buying

easier, and you can greatly lighten the task of the salespeople by doing as much of your Christmas shopping as possible now.

We are successfully solving the gift problems of hundreds of people every day!




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SHIRTS

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Fill up your husband's shirt drawer for Christmas-he will thank you most heart33 Shirts
SHOPPERS are always tyianMufiy rece ved. Our no)) ay stocks have brought forth the very atest colors, pat. SHOPPERS
terns and fabrics. Rich effects in silks, crepe de chines, linens, flannels, madras, Russian cords,
etc. Priced at $1 and up.

JEWELRY

Christmas Hosiery A well selected gift of some practical article of jewelry is a sure way to please a man for Fancy Linens
Christmas. Jewelry that he can put to everyday use is the kind he likes best. Vast assortment .
Very attractively boxed for gift giving. of tie pins, charms and lapel buttons, cuff buttons and links, dress sets, belt buckles, tie clasps, Hand 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. HANDKERCHIEFS Lunch Sets, 13 pieces, from $5.00 to___$14.50
"Gordon" Lisle Hose, 4 pairs in box____$1.00 Centerpieces from $1.25 to ____________ 6.00 "
"Phoenix" Silk Hose, 2 pairs in box$1.50 We 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.Ve have omitted nothing that would Hemstitched Madeira work'Children's I I'
An fine of linens, silks and silk and
handkerchief display complete. unusually
Lisle Hose, 2 in box Soc.make a array
pairs -- linen mixtures in plain effects initial border and pattern designs. Also combination sets of handkerchiefs Lunch napkins, each --.---......._.... 35c.
hosiery and neckwear. Lunch squares, $1.00 to -----____..__..$3.50
Hemstitched scarfs, 75c to ............ 3.00

"Kayser" Silk Under NECKWEAR _ _ _ _ _ _
Neckwear for Christmas arouses a man's real enthusiasm. We have selected this season a
Vests display of neckwear that makes all previous stocks look small. Perhaps never before was such a Fancy Handkerchiefs). j
large well balanced stock shown. Every good fabric, every attractive color, every novel pattern
Very special A cleaning up of this make in every new shape Is represented. Boxed or singly Our Christmas assortment
Silk Vent!! in white and colors. Regular Prices Is most unique in Its completeness.Puro
range from $..!l1t to $1.50. BATH ROBES Irish Linen, Genuine in. Embrold

If you want to cheer a man up-if you want to mnko him comfortable, happy nnd win hilt fry'
At Half Price friendship for life, give him n bath or lounging robo for Christmas Our Christmas displays Prices from 15
show all the newest effect at moderate prices.SMOKING. cents to
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JACKETS 65 cents each

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Comfey Slippers Give "him" a 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' appreciation. Our stocks this
Silk
(Vomen's Comfy Slippers, all colors $1X0 pair season show every good smoking jacket style, color and fabric-every new effect is included. And HandkerchiefsWe
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 Comfeys ____._______$1.00 pair VESTS Crepe de Chine Handkerchiefs in a

Child's Red Comfeys ____________$1.00 pair large variety of beautiful colors and embroidered .
The fastidious dresser, the man who takes his appearance seriously I will heartily welcome I effects. '
Babys Red Comfeys .75 pair We have selected for the innumerable .
----------- a fancy waistcoat for Christmas. holidays clever and un
deniably correct waistcoats that will surely be admired by discriminating men. Priced very rea
sonably. Special I price 35c each

Men's Overcoats CANE AND UMBRELLASWhen

a man takes his Sunday morning stroll he likes to carry a walking stick. And when Fancy Neckwear
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. Xmas shipment just in. Individually boxed
styles. Exceptional value at $20.00. for gift jfivinjr. The very latest styles and
UNDERWEAR, ETC effects In dainty white and colored neckwear.

Special Xmas price Hats, caps, pajamas, underwear, hosiery, sweaters and many other sensible articles to be Priced from 35c to $1.50
found here make splendid Christmas gifts. The man receiving them will be doubly thankful-
$16.50 for a practical gift is always more acceptable than a useless one. Our Christmas displays show ,
wonderfully fine selections of practical gifts for men-at prices you'll gladly pay.

MUFFLERS Boudoir Caps

Ostrich Boas The demand for this dainty fantaisle is
When the shrill winds blow and when the dust flies a man is more than pleased to possess ever
a muffler. Mufflers are necessities to the man who wishes to be well dressed and thoroughly pro on the increase. The Christmas assortment
50 just received, in Black, Black and White tected. And they are mighty acceptable Christmas presents. We have an excellent holiday just in justifies their poularity. Never before
and colors. Much under value. stock of them including all the choicest colors patterns and texture have we shown such beautiful combination effects. .
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GLOVES
Priced for quick selling Prices from 35c
Gloves 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, motoring to $2.00 :
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and driving too.GROCERY

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

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APPEAL FOR AMERICAN RECRUITS PROHIBITION TO BE !MADE AN MOB DRIVES OUT JAPS
IN CANADA I ISSUE : Will I-Sacrifice:

Wentchee Wash.-A mob of 200
Brideeburp.! On rio.-A strong recruiting I
appeal has just been issued Washington D. C.-Congress will men drove two Japanese from Oro- 10,000

by the committee- '"n" cK-irpo- : of thr be urged( at its present session to ville, a mining town 150 miles north I-u

ninety-se\enth; battali.>rl, the American -; submit the question of a national of here, according to word ret'eivedhere I ii j

division, now beinp raise; J in Ontario -i constitutional- prohibition amendment today. The mob wrecked the GUARANTEED TREES 1

to be Rent overseas ns coon: aa 1 laundry owned by the Japanese! and I i
: to the states for ratification.
equipped. The regiment will be under threw the furniture into the street All True To Name r j
the command of tho New Yoik This was decided upon at a mass where it was burned. The Japanese
&
5 to 7 foot wSturdU the
trees as Oak"J
National Guard. ; meeting here late yesterday. The accompanied by George Devon t) owner

"Surh infractions of the law. of .I' meeting. held under the auspices of of the building, have gone to Spokane ;50c EACII J
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God and man .ns. those committp.1 \I.>y i the National Woman' Temperance to complain to the United State district I All lending varieties budded on Fours Sixes and Elshts--Speeders. UondsterA and Tot.rinjj ('11th. .1

(Germany; In devastating. Ilcltrium by j I Union, was attended. by prominent attorney.\ N'o arrests! have? been. sour nnd grapefruit roots from $795 to $$1570 F. 0. I II.! Factory

murder and brigandage. .. : In drowning. i. tpmpopnrp& advocate. from throughout made. 1 1j
Innocent womrn .and. children, I by, .sinking the country.Spfuker Leaders<< of the mob, it In! said, had l known stock.Conway. In the Oakland you get power with the added feeling that you j,

of the I unltanln/ & and in the revolting t+ included. Mm.. Mary II. .previously warned Devon) against drive the best looking car on the road, The Oakland North way .,

( ,: and 4>rrible killing of KdlthCavfll : Armor) of Georgia& national I W. C. renting hU property) to the Japanese Nursery Motor apeed up to :,400> revolutions per minute, but that U only

have ully convinced the bulk T. U. lecturer, and others and! had. declared that they would! not II. T I'EEI4 half the story of the wonderful responsive power of the Oakland ;

of the American people that (Ger -- permit Japanese to conduct business Orlando It It I. Fours, Sixes and Eights. The motor is the most powerful made.

many' ambitions must be' frustrated KI.KVKN: : ; DAYS OF VACATIONFor I enterprises I in Oroville With its small bore, long stroke and large valves, speed of revolu

if freedom U to exist>>t," mid the ap- ___ -- --- ----- ---- -- tions means a continuous flow of power. It means not only smooth 1
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peal. the Christmas holidays the --".."... ,. ._.._._- ff\lv\rw fv4 VIA lAvrstl w tn r% t..4 n i.Ill 4.il..F.l.Lllii.e_ __ .._.. ___ til""!Of!Tk aQO/t 1
frlil1li_Y r w"IIj, IitumllUl'lll: WI1t uem.y, u :II: I.JiIiIJ nJlJ1I.I....._ --- - n H -n--r-----' .,
"Many Americana are today in the schools) of Orlando and Orange county 15 :
trenches. !Many\ are in the French will close on Thursday PecemLer) Bust nnd Shoulders I i

foreign legion. Others are servingin 23: and observe vacation until Monday i / are lien possible Jolie iirassiere.It you will wear a scientifically constructed I : Oakland j
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the British ranks, and now that January 3. This will give practically O r The dragging weight of an nnconfined bust no stretches the I I
there is an opportunity with othersto eleven days of continuous holi-- q supporting muscles that the contour of the figure is spoiled. t 1
stand shoulder to shoulder day for the teachers and 1rTe'f 1111 Cut the bust back where it be- ; t
theyare pupils. JW:, ( prevent the full bunt from
certain to avail themselves of the Nothing elaborate will be attempted I' l> 1LJEBeautiful binesa having, the appearance of flab I I IUAN I Fours and Sixes j
( JO-LU eliminate the dancer of I
chance to fight in the struggle gigantic by any of the schools in the way of BRASSIE S dragging: muscles andconnnethe I J
though it be, for the ending of closing exercises. There will probably { graceful line to the entire a.oh.t upper body.the boulder. filing, a are not only powerful, they are the most strikingly! handsome

the Germanic dream of world domi be special programs in many of I l They are the daintiest and mot serviceable garments Imagi .jars on the road. ,

nation. the rooms, but these will be arrangedat g r Front lIable--ome.in.Surplice: ,all llamleau.materials etc.and Boned:styles with: Crom**Walohn.Bark.' Hook"the j 1.-Fl>"ing Wedge Lines Give Least Wind Resistance

'Let all willing Americans join the the option of the teachers and not F.,.,l.- i rustiesaboning-permttmgwaahmgwitboutremovat.tlaveyourdcaiershowynuBienioiteBraaslerealtnotstoek I i I I 2.-Low Center of Gravity with Usual Road Clearance

ninety-seventh. In the ranks of that by any instruction from the school l ed we will gladly send him prepaid samples to" show you. 3.-Great Strength with Light" Weight.

regiment they will find a thousand board! or the superintendent. 1S BENJAMIN tt JOII.VES. Warren Street. Newark. N. J. J 'I 4.-High Speed Motor with Great Power I
congenial spirits, many of whom have w.,+q, + mgaiinBiiaiiBB 5.-Economy with Luxury

seen a service in the Philippines, i in Advetrtise in the Sentinel. ,
j ..
I .. These are Oakland points: f SUPERIORITY_ ..f ...U.,.V.
Cuba in Porto Rico while others - - ---_ _____ _nIl n __ .. ... .. awn.
- __ __ _nIIF I found in no other car.
have rustled in Central and South ,
Amerii. .." The Right IdeainFLORENCE' j LET US SHOW YOU-THE CAR WAITING
IF BACK HURTS I Oil I

| 1 GILES' HEAL ESTATE OFFICE IS
VERY ATTRACTIVEMr. Oil Cook Stoves t fc;oj:- J. B. Magruder Jr.

I I BEGIN ON SALTS rr-s( Florence Oil Motes' are safe, sellable! ,
Jas. L. Giles is now pleasantly s simple. comciilent, economical. Heat litea..Uy I PHONE 34
located in the new room specially re I.I ; i regulated; l lIy a little t Icier No
:tt't,5., wicks to trim; no calves to leak. .A plans I
modelled for him in the Guernsey flash the Kidneys at when ) J a "bull's rye"always shows you amount of I
block. The room is finished in white once ( .. Gr oil in tank.
achy or Bladder bother*- JaCk-I I
and there is plenty of light in the forms No other stores approach Florence 011
uric
acid.
front and rear. Some new office fur- Stores In reliability and economy-In the .
niture has been installed and it I I Intensity of teat, In work done byapHen
may quantity of oil-In their low cost of ORLANDO ROOFING
safely be said that Mr. Giles real estate No man or woman who eats meat regularly cent. an hour her burner. i
office is of the most can make a mistake by flushing .
one attract- .' All Florence Stoves and Ovens
B
the kidneys our- urn r. Huh Frame FLORENCE; are ANr.SHEET .
occasionally a well-
ive in Orlando. Mr. A. S. Weathers- known Meat says Automata: :guarantee
authority. forma uric acid
bee general road contractor also has which clogs the kidney pores 00 they ,.. METAL CO
r his office with Mr. Giles. sluggishly filter or strain only part of
the waste and poisons from the blood,
then ;you get sick. Nearly all rheumatism F171 our home atmosphere with exquisite lasting frngrnnce-
Orlando has adopted a thirty min- headaches, liver
trouble nervousness Metal Slate Tile
Tin
ute noon recess instead of the fifteen !, constipation, dizziness sleeplessness! ED. PINAUD'S LILAC Asbestos
minute period tried out in the earlier bladder disorders come from sluggish kid.
part of the school And neys.' The great French perfume winner of highest international and Rubber Roofings
year. some
.The 1 moment you feel a dull ache in tile.1n.s awards. Each drop as sweet and fragrant
the
day Orlando, and living Lilac.
every intelligent or back hurts, if theme
your or blossom.
community in the state, will adopt an .' is cloudy offensive, full of sedi- you can sell A such celebrated a remarkable connoisseur said: "I don't see how Cornices Skylights Efalln VfDlUallr 0, Metal" | Cetlings
perfume for 7S
nt, irregular of cents a bottle"-and
hour and half passage or attended remember each
a noon period insteadof bottle contains 6 oz.-it is wonderful
a sensation of value. Try it.
four
scalding get about Ask
dealer
the shorter ones now accommodating uncrs of Jad Salts from any reliable our American your offices today for ED. PINAUD'S LILAC for 10 cents Works: 14 E. Church St. ORLANDO
the school,l authorities. Businessmen harmacy and take a tablespoonful! ia will send you a testing bottle. Write today
who keep' their health take an ta glass! of water before breakfast for a PAEFUMERffi ED. PINAUD. Dept M ED. PNAUD Bldg. New York
hour or more at noon, why. shouldn'tgrowing few' days and your kidneys will then act I ---
fine. This famous salts is made from II I
children- ?Miami\ Metropolis. the acid of grapes and lemon juice, combined --- - -
with lithia and has 'been used for

generations stimulate! them to flush to activity clogged, also kidneys to neutralize and DO Y UROWN SHOPPING"Onyx" Whatever Else You Buy for

the acids in urine so it no longer!
Phone 5 for causes irritation, thus ending bladder dis ? .
orders. Christmas
I FISH AND OYSTERS Jad Baits Is inexpensive' and cannot C} Hosiery
Injure; blAiN a delightful eflerrrscent -
J.1fel4h'efY! nay lithia-water drink which all regular :!- kS .- You must have\ Christmas Cards Our line this is
meat eaters should take now and Cites: the BEST:: VALUE for Yout Money year
rUg 'WALDECKEtt i t 1 FISH CO. then to keep the kidney.. clean and theitiHxl toJ' ; ; mote varied ahd beautiful than ever before
Intf fret C.
I. IIM I.l Oil West t Church titreet dei* ,- lotredldlfinhs pure' ,..thereby. avoiding actions kids Any Color and.,d gtyitf; from Zed t ta $9.00 per pelt\ The! early shower gets the! cream df the! stock, Whetheryou

I ..... ,fee U>. tHiJ Mrk> MM, .ft" All bead bMWf' ) buy or hot t., It t Id it pleasure! to have! you fee! our magnificent\
J diaplayr
iYttbkea>tld Lottt &* Taylor >NItW YOlK

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e a fish BltANCH.TilE ,

Yancey Meat Market, Inc. [ AIIGADE HOOK[ AND MIMIC HTOIIB[

'puny PAID U'

T. A, YANCEY, Jr.. Pret and Mgr.: OILS ANVTHINCJCLEANS.POLISHES .. --= '-"

ORLANDO, FLORIDA I r EVERYTHING MRS. MARY A. COX

Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice
PREVENTS RUST EVERYWHERE ANNOUNCfS;
Florida and Western Meats
As it is the Fashion to give Blouses she is showing Lovely designs that
S-I..o.{ .bas.brea fu 1 11 than the Old&XaDblatgeaCseffiaf! Eem.sadsera. !! en.
Oysters Fish :
Poultry; Vegetables, Game, Etc It is l>&htneBght Io.il.watch:oearr enough to oil a laws mower. O> soft doth(It pleaseat a glance because they are so Unusual. Also Hair Ornaments
bscame a. ideal/mitt ptUttuf Slakes rird ol chew clottt UM best sad cba: MtOne that lend charm to the Wearer and Dainty
Special Attention to Hotel and Out of' Town Orders Doula lurlg) Clan. Vestees Guimpes and Collars. ;
f/ Bualnsaa' ((35 b ear Aasr Climate rOa., tcnnnatanuter&an! + lh. as maW wrtawtda: .s aa4 oat All the Newest Arrivals from the Leading Makers of New York. .. .
P. O. BOX tae
PHONES \\R.. is+o! F..fss. Wrfte'Jufor.-Jlwpl..U..DletJ... H g,_
'id .tase..j.r//isle
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Cor. Orange Awe. and Church St. dollar is sold evcrywhcn in.3toOJasi: (10e tl( o J.He O e:;:50c U..*,K flat teS
)X'Also U patestwl,Uaady Oil Caw rho OX ea.).
S-IN'ONf.OI1. COMPANY 110 Summerlin Place Orlando Fla.
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ORLANDO CONCRETE STUART GILLIS IN TilE RACE machine from some cause turned ; 11111111111111111111111111111111111 ; II- ; ;- .1. IMMMl . . I
FOR JUDGESIIIP over. Mr. Stringfellow was instantly I|
WORKS 1 killed. The other two men will re I

407 Song St. Phone 495 Pensacola, Fla.-With the an- cover.
nouncement of lion. D. Stuart Gillis, : l "No Nursery Tree Is A First-Class Tree i
of DeFuniak Springs, as a candidatefor
judge of the first judicial circuit 1
Contractors for All Classes of DIPPY DUB .
the -
predictions of the wiseacres
Concrete Buildings. All I 662. VFREUND-W. CEUatN a Unless Budded
in the circles political were given a ToNm, UP-ooh SERVCC, CCRR Nova t
= Work First Class tremendous shake-up for :Mr.\ Gillis is or orEO _q 1f 7
very popular throughout the district. I Tp P1CKEtKorn 1f r. I
Also Manufacturers\ of -,
"In due time and as my means and : 1 r. from Bearing

Concrete Building Blocks of every opportunities permit I shall, throughthe I 4.ui$ .a, -t r "

designs, White Way Posts, newspapers and in person place .
before the voters of the four coun- :
Gates and Fence Posts, Lawn I trees of a known
ties comprising the circuit the
Benches, Art Work, Vaces of grounds upon which I solicit their rT

any size or design, Walks, Steps, support."

Fish Ponds, Fountains etc. Judge Campbell the incumbent QuantityQuality hind
Building Blocks Faced with has made the statement that he will i HERE srA
TILT.
be a candidate to succeed himself, I IY
Granite Coquina, Gravel or LTC)Mc BACK
and Judge J. W. Wiggins, of Milton, I Y.iUtl of Production
other material. Call and -
any see is an avowed candidate for this hon

samples. or, while the friends of Hon. Kirke:

Monroe, judge of the court of record! I I
t of Escambia:!: (county* art:! Insisting; II | ::: ,""..0.;W.CutlltEr. ,
Mans. and Estimates 1 MadeConvinced, that he enter the race fot the circuit tlUuI11
I hohor. II

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i '' and. Nuiiilury,, tumliliini, JtllVlliI.r. uM nuylntr Iliat .u. tn..At'"II'... ''': Ilou..,,"' What %woiilij you flu in tlu-ir- iducu, Mr. I'luntcr' Why' nf couritu YIIU \vnulil null your

r. It, will. sissy) yon' to sissy t utt (tli. nufufeliltf. (light In tin Mori'i'luiio' U.. 'now' mi "uynmttur. trriiri! pad adopt tlu) HiiU'st t nlnth+nl. Hut you urn a IIUVKK, not a SI'I I.I.I Kit, and. YOU( AUM!

t Mr. Wiioilhouno U &governor: Intuiustrd tho lu-Ht! result. (from when hu f
very you ran get! your trrnvo you \'o splint' yourllniu
of' the.. Aero Club of America IInImtmlr
t Orlando and money to hrillit it into bt-nrhlg.
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or the onfeitiu-u, !' cummittteon !
nationnl prepare!
Steam Laundry tTho 1100,000,000 spent and the I I'' 1. ,rl you arc absolutely safe Get them from the OCKLAWAUA NURSERIES, the originator

r >$:00,000,0110() ftpprpprlllh| | l for militAry of proper practices' in propagation) for tho express purpose of,producing the one thing

f FRENCH DRY CLEANFUSLAUNDERERS I: air.. craft' in the lust t three years'' Florida needs in the market, tlrst-class fruit nnd plenty of it,
by) nations of the world will l he one
PHONE 88 THOUGHT Our trees will cost you more, may be fifteen to thirty cents more, but Professor: Shamel'a
I t of the l beat> t investments for peace
, I (said Mr. Woodhouse). As an indication tr's pErTCR work in California has demonstrated that an increase of 50 per cent can be obtained our

of the stimulus that flying! ,: has To NOTR.envt: n '\'ay, over the ordinary method of propagation.Vhat then Is the fit teen to thirty cents in

f'. S. Helen Graves received I may mention the fact that comparison? CATALOGUE FREE-Write for it.

of the .super Americas" Mr. Curti
any -
: Shampooing, Manicuring, Facial Massage ,
. I Scalp treatment, given under IS; is building could easily fly across l&bb.tM 14tullwl
t modern scientific principals. My I the Atlantic ocean.'" e
t i treatments have given entirely satisfactory / W.
, results. An electrical body 'i if ? Ocklawaha NurseriesO.
t massage wil relieve congestion and' E. STRI FELLOW KILLED
f is a wonderful cure for neuralgia and I
nervous troubles. It stimulates every I \lachua, Fla.-An automobile acci--
j. organ you good in the circulation.body and brings Just try back one.toI I dCI> t near here Sunday resulted in the W. T. ENTRICAN Conner. Proprietor, Tangerine: Florida.

t .. Prices for switches of the best quality death of E. Stringfellow and serious
LICENSED CONTRACTORfor:
1 on aplication. Apointments can injury to David Dukes and J. K. Feas- G. G. WRIGHT Orlando Florida
be made Agent
[ by phone 679. Hours 9 to ter. The three men were returning ,
12 a. m.; 1 to 6 p. m.
h''
PARLORSPowellDuckworth from a hunting expedition. They PAINTING, DECORATING ETC.
t 1sNNi'
- Building' were coming around a sharp curve in

; Room No. 1 Orlando. Florida the road at a good speed when the Phone 217. . . . . . . . . . . . .u. . . aI.ll1 .n..11..I.. .i . . ...
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Ii I For One Day RATES ....25< SENTINEL WANT ADS ARE READ BY10000 PEOPLE For Six Days RATES.... .. sll: I Ia.
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FOR RENT-Large two story furnished j
dwelling, modern convenIences BERRY'
I H R.
two sleeping porches, two I !!
blocks from postolTice, corner Jackson
and West streets Jas. A. Knox. I
i I 11-24-tf -

A complete line of Ford Accessories -
FurnUhed for
FOR RENT- room a

REAL- avenue.moderate price. C03 East 12-9-Ct Central 5 a staff/ of expert mechanIcs FOR SALEA

to render satisfaction in alt I
I FOR RLNT-Nicely furnished rooms
ESTATE In new, modern home) one-half Just lines of Automobile ,
Repair
r block from Anderson sheet! near fit.

f SAM JUAN Luke's hospital Reasonable fates for Real Estate ;Work'ul Anldblf Oils and I
the "pallon 40(1( Matgatet street\ fine lot 55 ft. by 130 ft. on
MOTEL. \O ::2tt
/ ---I Gaioline! and fair and square

i board TttAGY () mU'II.I.rt'ifJltlft.. I S West Ste $2300.
tO HENT=Lftfe room With prieea) .
DROVES suitable" for two people, Heaonalile. tern arid cabinet makers! tclttlt'ft!
LANDS
FARM All conveniences ne&e! in, tiger and windows! framer tlenting/ -
lit I EMI Jackson! i'hene! 40n.I porches!, counter, holinghow
I J.ttft: eaed5i l refrigerator, ,alterations, \ andadditionq. .
We keep a number of For Nine Years
_- _ c w = TO HKNT: ="' fnUhe4, for light skillet) workmen pontwtly f)1tHH at.:
FOR SALE housekeeping, two coy rooms with Iii East Church street, 13-24mo; We hAVO been in bualne at the C. A. HOVEY
/sleeping poffh New horse' aUo I
pleasant apartment of three or four NOTARY PUBWC, with seal I mahr".ia't same location, Comer of South
FOR 8AUS- Pwellinv. six rooms, : rooms, bath and electrics.l Price A )' of deeds, mortgages,
t practically new, nice condition. witn : moderate. 200 West Concord Avenue,I leases, contracts etc, Trice very rea Main and Church Streets
lawn, tearing citrus fruit trees, roses, : 80nab e. Mrs. H P. Leake 45 Cast
and shrubbery near Lake Kola; very ; tM26t.'V Pine street Phone 179 H-9-lmoc Phone 226
desirable location. $' ,000, terms
Address "Owner," Box 33, Orlando, - Orlando'b Leading Repair Shop
j.'U. 11.16-lmoc OFFICE MAN WANTED for mill
office at Lockhart, Fla. Address CLINT BASS and GaraJleEXCURSION
FOR SALE-One new 1916 touring by letter only, giving full informa.
car body, top, windshield and lamps.A two, Overstreet Crate Co., Orlando, PHONE 175
bargain. Act quick. Ford Garage, Fla. 12-12-tfc West Street Advertise in the Sentinel
209 South Orange avenue. li-13-Uc --- Jefferson
WANTED-To list all kinds of prop
erty for sale or rent. I am having Successor to RATES
FOR SALE AT BARGAINS manp applications for houses, furnished .
S will rent completely furnished, and unfurnished I will be Hand Wood CompanyWood
new, modern and attractive home, glad to list what Last have. Mrs
pretty lawn and shrubbery, near Lake H. B. Leake, 45: Pine street. of All Kinds Account of Hammond & GoreFUNERAL
Phone 179. 10-8-dw-lmo
Lath,
Kola: ; two stories, five rooms, t
screened sleeping porch, and summer PROMPT>> 8RRMCRRRASONAlUiR>
dining room. Address Owner, Uox LOST C ristmas Holidays DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS\
3'J7, or call at 312 Broadway. -- PRIOR
11-10-dw-tf LOST-Small open faced watch on -- -- ...........,
-- pin between Lake Lucerne and l the
FOIl SALE-A good five room house, Empire hotel. Monogram I. B. I.I on "Iu Real Value Low Priced>>
in fine condition, In good location; hack. Return to Orlando Hank and
hot and cold water; three lots; a bAr. Trust Co. and receive reward. COMPARE(
gain fur quick buyer. Call at the 11-3-tfc L Atlantic Coast Line
Summerlln. Ji-gQ-tfc ---- i More People
J.OST-In; Winter Park or Orlando OUR FURNITUREWe
one tan cloth raincoat marked Afor
saddle horsa
-Fine cheap.
FOR SALrJ
A-ft-I manufacturer' label Standard Railroad of the South
See:; Jas. L. Giles. ll-2&-tfc Reward If returned on to this olTice. ( Knt at the Model than at all
12-12-tfc provide the quality of furniture that has long been accepted -
FOR SALE-Large refrigerator and other restaurants in Orlandocombinedthere by knowing furniture buyers as the standard of merit. If
other market fixtures, cheap. Jas.
11-27-tfc I an article Is here it is good. It wouldn't be here were It. otherwise.We .
A. Knox.
MISCELLANEOUS is a reason. "Tickets sold Dec. 17th to 25th can't make this point too clear-It is one of the foundation

FOR SALE-One Hlickensderfer & The Model is always reliable.It inclusive limited reach stones of this business and that means much to any buyer.
Underwood typewriter, cheap. Ad. CEO. T. HULL CO. to original .
dress Box 612. 12-S-12tc Phone 105.:>> Rock Bldju Room 3. never raises its prices. You starting point by midnight
Call and sea us if interested in real
FOR SALE-Dry round oak wood. 14 estate. Buy, sell or exchange prop get the chicken and turkey din January 10th." McNEILL & DAVIS BLOCK
inches long, $2 per strand delivered erty. Rentals carefully attended to.
;ill at farm, near Conway store.A. 11'9-lmoc ners the same as all others.
S. odgea, Route 1, Orlando. Corner Orange Ave. and Church Street, Orlando, Florida
129liffbCFOR AT CHRISTMAS you will be proudto Our 25c meals and 15c specials -
give photographs if made at For Information Call on I
SALE-240 acres of land, good Evans, No. 102 North Main, one block make it possible to live well
two story house, land is partly north of court house. Make the appointment W. D. WHITE, D. T. A. I
cleared, excellent farming and cattle now. Phone 125. at a moderate cost. W. H.O'NEALC.P.&T.A. I
section. A bargain. Address

M.raising 12-9-6t 1... Calvin, Winter Garden, Fla. 11-23-lmoc BRING YOUR CIIILD-I-am-pre Oysters fresh every day. Orlando Try a Want Ad in the Sentinel

paring a great display of children's
FOR SALE-FOR RENT-Houses,
photos for the fair. Want
furnished and unfurnished. Also child. No cost to Every every child OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
you. Lumber Hatli and Shiil lee
some splendid lots. Call and see whatI eight years and under, negatives made
have to otter before you buy or free on Wednesdays and Saturdays.
rent. Mrs. II. B. Leake 45 East Pin* Howard's Studio. l-ll-lC-tf
street or 312 Broadway. Phone 179.

108dw.lmo Umbrellas recovered and repaired
The Model CafeSlefflons'
. "while you watt." Young's; Repair l
AUTO BARGAINS-1912 Reo v car, door, good repair, t. '. Shop 21 E. Pine St
nearly neflrnt party here wli i
'100 vets It. Also ;A cylinder U.o, ANNA KAESER: Ct11R0t'ODiST
with light truck body $60. Then. Christ building, Room 12. Also ORLANDOCement
t ,are big bargains. Geo. K.: Bate & treatment At your residence by ap

I I}Son 12-7-tf Altamonte Springs, Florida. pointment. 1211.3t Millinery


FOR SALE lettuce, onion! cabbageand FOR nr.NT-I.nrR'e airy room, in Agalite Plaster and Lime
modern home,
new every convenience
111.
collard plants. 502: Central LADIES' HATS
unexcelled for surroundings:
nvenue. 1.;:;-14-uc bus CHILDREN'S HATS
one-half block jitney ;: kitchenette r -
It desired. Reasonable. Phone m 2.
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FORD TOURING CAR in good ('onI I Call 10 East Amelia. 12-14-Gtc We offer a choice selection of
dition. Terms if desired. Chas. P. Ladies Velvet Hats at (2.08, $3.00, : .

Dow. 1-12-8-tfc FOR RENT-Two nicely furnished $4.00, $5.00, $6.00. I

rooms, for light housekeeping, to Children Hats $1.00, $1.50 and up. I
FOR SALE-1100 cash will secure
adults only; splendid location on
Our styles are so good-and our
one of these lots if you will build America street and Lucerne Circle
upon it. Owner will take mortgageat by year or season. Apply to Mrs. prices are so reasonable that you will
6 per cent. Lot 45x135 at $800 Sutton No. 2 America street. find our store the best place in the
lot 60x100 at $300 lot 165x165 at 12-14-6t city for millinery.
$1,000. Located on East Amelia avenue -.--- J
with southern exposure. Inquireat Read the Morning Sentinel for the Siemens Jr
504 Magnolia avenue. 12-10-6tc Millinery .
new. lOc. a week delivered.

FOR RENT Store 1


MODEL KINDERGARTEN, primary
room. First Methodist church tele WIVES, MOTHERS, DAUGHTERS Best and
phone 221, or call 14 East Jackson SWEETHEARTS Promptest
street. 10-20-tfc
-- -- Auto Livery

FOR RENT-Furnished fiat for light CHRISTMAS IS ,
housekeeping;; also large furnished COMING Service
bed rooms; 1 block from center of
town. 209 Palmetto street. 11-27-tfc I

Buy the "Men" a Box of PASSENGER
1 FOR NT-Furnl.h'd apartment,
down stairs; also room and kitchenette -
complete for housekeeping' ; sep NEW SOUTHCigars
orate entrance; baths, electric lights.
211 tat: Jackson street, near Methodist BUICK CARWe
church. 12-9-Ct(


FOR RENT-Rooms; large, airy up. The Indian WayAccording
stairs bed room, recently papered, call anywhere at any time
nicely furnished, t'-' 'on beds convenient .
toiler Also kitchenette .
"g room. Nicely to the Redskin the Paleface made a big fire and sat around It-the Indian a ::ale! fire and sat
Gordon's
Transfer
Co.
I jable rates. Address o
"Landlord,1' are of the Sentinel. A Smoke That Will Put ThemIn on it.That's.

11.16oc a Good Humor For 1916. 201 S. Orange Ave. Phone 487 very much like the way some of us try to warm a chilly corner-by building a roaring fire In

E % Summer cottage; also HAULING OF All KINDS the furnace and making most of the house unliveable.How .

f suite W four flat rooms for light with 3 beds; --- -- much more sensible to follow the Indian's advice! A little fire in a Gas Heater will warm the
also 3 room housekeeping

attractive; electric grounds.lights, bath$12 ,per telephone monthup. DR. J 1 M. MASTERS Pansy Plants, Rose right spot without overheating the rest of the room. The bath-room can be made comfortable in the

10 W. Concord avenue. Bushes Petunia morning without wrestling with the furnace and making your home too hot for comfort during the
11-28-Imc ,
GRAND VIEW SANITARIUMPort remainder of the day. You will need a little Gas Heater this Fall-why not get it now?

FOR RENT-Large pleasant fur- Orange, Florida Plants
nished rooms with private family,
dose in. 302 North Orange avenue. Leave your orders here
12-12-tfc

Devoted to treatment, Nose,
The Tuttle Gift Shop Is located this ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO
season on the second floor of Yowell.Duckworth Throat and Lungs. All facilitiesfor
building, at left of eleva .Violet Dell Florist.
tor. 1-12-8-tfc scientific and successful .
I GAS DEPARTMENT
FOR RENT-Attractive business! treatment. J. H. CARUTHERS
room. See 11. R. Berry, at the Ford
Garage 11-11-tf Plus SOl 4M Sosjtb Lab Bt
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t 11111111 LOCAL AND PERSONAL . . . . . . . . . .. . . . .. .. . .. . .. . . ...., .III.I I. ;II ;;I I.I.I;

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Mrs. Jncock and two daughters, (
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Misses Rosins" And Alice, accompanied
I by Mr. Phillips, of New York,
motored to Orlando Saturday where :
they will enjoy a stay of several days. :
ALWAYsALmT Daytorm Journal. .

beautiful Christmas pifts at the
TO PROTECT THE Tuttle Duckworth Jift Shop building., second floor 1-12-8-tfc Yowell-

,
DEPOSITORMODERN Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hozarth, who :I ,
have been in Orlando for a week or
t two visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Bo- : $1849.88CtlRISTMAS
zarth at their home, 711 West Church :
Q= street, have gone to St. Petersburg,
DAY METHODS and conservative where they will spend'! a few days enjoying

old time safety are factors that govern life in the Sunshine City.

in the management of this bank. MONEY
t Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Wells'! and
Now always have-for pro- .
just as they daughter Miss J. F. Wells, arrivedin
gress. Orlando yesterday'! afternoon on
The State Bank is a commercial bank, the Tampa Special, coming from .
having the resources, connections and experience Brooklyn, N. Y., to spend'! their first'! Now ready for the mem-
winter in this section. They have
for the protec-
necessary surer
Successful secured apartments at Oak Lodge. bers of our Xmas Saving
tion of its depositors interests. -

commercial activity is largely dependent RIde Hamrick's Jitney bus, 6c. Club.
upon banking service and the cooperation 18-18-tf

of a strong bank is an important
I J. R. Camp, originally of Milwaukee -
Next Club starts December 20th.
business( asset.Lament but more recently of the Buick
)Hank Hctwcen Jacksonville and i iI Agency, Orlando, A thoroughly experienced .
Tampa I auto repair and electric start ---
'
er man, arrived In Fort fierce this
week and Is now nimoclated with 1LHnllnbury
THE In the new $Dixie Highway The Peoples National Bank"It
hanks on High street.-Fort Pierce

STATE BANK \ Tribune Is A Pleasure To Serve You'siMMMMMSMMIMtMMMMIM
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OF For unusual and nrtUlte! gifts en
to the Tuttle. lift Mhop. I HlllllftcItev. : !
ORLANDO -
and Mrs J. J. tltld*?/* and
family, who have been; coring, ta (Or)
Undo for several' a@aabna, have arrived *
from Mentelair, N. J., and have
UlUilllllllUill rented the home of Mr. 8, R, lve,
Jr., on North Orange avenue, TheyAre
: most excellent people and have A
host of friend who are delighted to I

I zee them again .. . ... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..y. F

Savings checks are good as gold.
Ask for them whenever you buy any t.l. . . . . . ... . . . . .... . . .. . . . . . ,. .. ..++. MllillMMMMIMHave .
u DOLOROOK thing! U'U-tf
I '
HAYNES Dealer Mrs. Lloyd S. Tenny was a guest of
Wr. and Mrs. A. F. Wyman over Sun
day. Mrs. Tenny accompanied Mr.

HUPMOBILE HUPPEL B BRO.S R I urday Wyman from and their Miss trip Wyman by automobileto home Sat.

ServiceNew Gainesville, they having made the ,
return trip by way of Orlando. Mrs.
Tenny returned this morning/ her,
home in Orlando-Bradentown Jour. you seen that new CHEVROLET ROADSTER j j

.
na1.I

- '- ._- I ? Electric Starter, Lights, etc., fully equipped j j
,
Ride IlamrUVa Jitney bus, fir.

lrt-18-tf $545 f. o. b, Orlando. Touring Car $590 f.o.b. Orlando j j

Mr. and Mrs. 8. K. Ive, Jr., and
family have moved from their home.
421: North Orange avenue, to the
&I. home of Miss Julia Chapman, 30*>
(Jarlnnd: street, where they will spend
the winter. Mrs. Ives nnd Mil
Chapman are ulsters. The Ivea homeon
Orange avenue hu upon leased .byHIV.
: J. J. Bridges tend family, of
w Ford Home Montclair, N. J., for the season. San Juan Garage Company


Savings checks are accepted as cash
Now Open in the savings department of the Orlando-Daytona
Peoples National Bank. 11.11.tf

209.11 South Orange Avenue
Mrs.\ A. M. Harrison returned home
Telephone 386 .
Saturday evening from a pleasantvisit
of two weeks with Mr. and Mrs.

James Kincahi, at Orlando, includinga .IIIMO. . I . . fl. . . l r . r f I' n r ,& I r I J .,,.. F 1.. ,. r 1 1 T 1 ...... F ... ..
Standard Gasoline-Ford Oil, Goodyear, two days' visit with her brother,
J. M. McCorkle, at Sanford. Mrs.
Goodrich, Firestone, Ajax, and United Harrison made the trip from Orlando I I..r.I..C 1it+e

) States Tires. "Free Air at the Curb." to Sanford by automobile and cameon
to Daytona from the latter place Will Be Your Executor?
+ by train.-Daytona Gazette News. i Who f
"Make this Ford Home Your Ford Home."

Fish and oysters received dailv.H. .
F. G. RUSH M. Self & Co. MO-6-tfc ANSWER NO. 2 '
'
"r'
be materially Impaired as a f v
Your estate may
I Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Newton are direct result of the appointment of an executoror
I
among the recent winter residents trustee.
who have returned for another sojourn
When an Individual Is appointed:
in Orlando. They have spent.
'he summer In Providence, U. 1. Mr. The financial responsibility Is generally weaker .I.k : tj

!and Mrs. Newton have been comingto j It Is usually\ provided\ in wills that the person
this city for some years and are nominated to serve as Monitor shall be excused

TUB NfcttKST I: DESIUNS: ( enthusiastic boosters, secured for the City from giving bonds. -
tlenutlTul. They hate npnfrtnl It Is at the fc>*. ;
When bonds aft supplied.
IN tallIIt'AItI:, JtWILIl1': ml"hh the Utendnte, ton West surety bhiy I
I+.hl'e b! the state Mhd thkh partial' letUHty I
AND) NUV III'II; ;R UHt. j .
agralhftt Iou la provided.VUeH .
; : lU-llitf rolMnhlly lit lulietl: frllli lltt i letUlllitf lIht ??lilts Tilt Iftl lltttftet'e, ;J!lhr) ttris byE i trttst tjbrhphy I U seietledfibMtUe \ :-
illlil) jti\tl fk-J'-tiartsiiiHi. ; of 1Ih L-UUHlr)1, UUF MUck l Is hlWriVsIhtty \ haul ; tWt. R."' 8.ttrwilr 3ha! t ad>BhtHfe! bf ,\itrbri flhahdnl\ fJ*.
!+I\1 4 Willt llll htltal l SlJ-1!!t la t iii htlkpFwIF: 3 fUl "at 1 Pb6Hiiblilty ij 6@EHfad\ ;
G MI.\ lte nhd MM. t.; a.J WllWaUm\ nH!
\\\\tt\\ '? 1 rkFhhdhHifIP r'' rl 1dht. fHIJHt:1:: ditlthd A toftd! khiEh ha* biMfld it the mtiFS(! flhilflEidl --
n I IIOW! and ijutiflllll t1 I IJfn I IIIF@ H fltli W@ @F@ililltlf HffHHh fjt! \the ifletitatiBB i 1- alt HU filftfPeart I wnh E-1 i
1tip\ ni'>t stnrM t : iii m(! fQlIlHFf to uliuw tlttiIHz VGU IH .iifhIHd4\ ctiFthi\} itltaFHaHH tiR =
\ the. I Ilf& iH@ f H IIR fRill t IB .th* flllitlt:
JlHH: tHiV. nil'fMari ilhl J.lrft! p lI IHI Ntiw HIt I11Hpd Zi+tHt\11: { \ 8114 itft fltrltrtfHItl : -
) IIII 11 iltiYa\ t1F 'IFlaunt will 'n { ( aP t VHI{ : ThJrtltft ( 'IflHlM M IMP I hall far the z fit; AAiWH JiB 8 wiH HPPhsf IA a FBIaap18KHt\ heals >f t
\ IoimH@ nl'v'n w nndvn lipflHliIn n nn4Altl a-aA1111t: : : : 5811 MF,, wd Mrsand. WllmitHh! aavsspfflt : : e! t hh i Rt<'HpftPHt_ _ t< t r
PiFr1sE3 pv ryonp!: the\ hom i V9H want to give, {JAm tP poet sip ; itn HJ st t. ,\4FNFOfe -
UHtll and pnnosp: -hnd wwe; ** :! pF3 the : t WHO, Ye F decries I BPAq aad. freely sak fpriufprroatjon. fqrHu
ItilltYYP4'IItpotuo Rrtmpnt'e some Intecior in nhich to spend Game tq any time
this vitally. Important 'u.bjectYPH .a
i pn
the wint r. lUving heard greatdeal
1 flt tills i 1
1igf\PPQin see tQ pmCft" always "
,
that, l about this place are here to givejt are always' advise.The welcome'. anq auF e are _
a trial, and if it pomes up to their glad to
expectations, will be with us at the

ii beginning of every winter. ,, Orlando Bank & Trust Company

T. H. EVANSJEWELER DoctorsQucbalaslcr ,

& Brundagc Orlando, Florida


OSTEOPATHS Capital Surplus and Profits $141,000.00
,
Personal Instruction under Dr. Still
at Kirksrill, Mo.

182 National S. Orange Bank.,Ave.Phone above (78.Peoples .... ... . - ,MMMMI . .. .... .. .....I. .,. . . .. . . . . . .. .. I



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