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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 16, 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: VID00588
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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VOLUME THREE. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1915. NUMBER 264.I .




I SIR JOHN FRENCH IS DEPOSED ; ALLIES





I CONCLUDE AGREEMENT WITH GREECE




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GREEK TROOPS TEUTONS FREE PASSAGE WILL! ALLOW .FLORIDA LEADS, NEGRO ANNUAL FARMERS CONFERENCEAT IN 13TH I BASEBALL PEACETREATY LANSING TO Of IN ChARGE





ALLIES WILL REMAIN AT SAtONIKI ALLSTATESON EATON Vft.E[ IS FOREIGN RELATIONS WUllf



Greece Will Reduce Contingent .
DIXIE HY ATTENDED) BY 150 'ESTER.IA1'ADi11tESSES SIGNED
at Salonikl Forts-Aliie*
BY

May Be Planning$ O'NEAL AND) BAKER: WilSON ISON HONEYMOON

Trap! FIVE: FLORIDA) COUNTIES: HAN JOHNSON ANNOUNCES: ,

;-;-; SPEND $001,000 IN SIX Conference Wan One of Value; CONSUMMATION OF
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(Great; Interest Manifested
+ Kilt JOHN rUKNCII: ( UKI'OMKI) : : + MONTHS PEACE: PACT PRES..: HOLDS CONFERENCE: :
!In Agricultural Sentinel Santa I
WITH SEC.: STATE ABOUT

** nounrrd London this Dec.rvrninir lath that"u Jen.an. +* ORANGE COUNTY HAS BULK OF THIS Pursults" GIlMORE CIRCUIT TO BE MERGED Claus FundLook I SITUATION

+ era) :.Sir Douclaa Haug ,,"ould. What Is understood to have been I

succeed Sir John French aa com. Florida Leads in the thirteenth annual Negro Farm. ,
Mileage Bond Committees From Rival
Organ. OPTIMISTIC OVER ANC CON 0 A CASE
+ mander of the liritUh force in era' Conference convened at the Robert for your name in the complete
France and Flanders. Issues Past and Future; Hungerford Normal and Indus. izations Will Meet at N. Y. list of contributors to the Sentinel

+ + + + + .l. * * * Report Is a Ills trial School. Eatonville, on Wednesday and Arrange Detailsof Santa Claus Fund. There are thirty. Confidence Expressed in Official

December 15. The exerciseswere eight names in the list. If your name

Are Allies Planning to Trap Central Boost announced for 10 a. m., but owing Peace does not appear you should send a Circles That Breach in Dip-

Power? to the distance away at which I contribution to the office. This money lomatic Relations Will
Chattanooga, Tenn., Dec. 15.-Over Chicago, Dec. 15.-The war betweenthe
Paris, Dec. 15.-The allies have some of the speakers and other par- will be turned over to the Orlando
$1,765,200 expended in six months on Federal League and Organized Be Avoided
with' ticipants resided, it Associated Charities and that
concluded a military agreement was nearly noon organization
the Dixie highway alone in fifty coun- Baseball which started more than two
the Greek government containing the before the audience was entirely seat- will distribute the fund in the
ties, is the wonderful story of prog. years ago came to an end tonight Washington, Dec. 15.-President
following provisions: ed. It was composed of teachers and shape of groceries, clothes and necessities -
gleaned from the to date. Wilson held
ress reports when President Ban Johnson, representing a long conference with
First, that Greek troops shall students of the institution, with a for Orlando's needy. The fundis
This is only a foretaste of what will the American League, announced Secretary Lansing today preparatory
withdraw allow number of colored and well the mark. We
temporarily to preachers now near $100 wantto
be accomplished, as these countiesare that a peace pact submitted I Ito placing him in entire charge of the
free to the invading Bulgarian known farmers of the neighborhood, make it $200. Will help this
passage you
preparing to spend $0,931,000 jointly by the National and "qutlaw: I foreign relation of the government
Austro-German as well as from Apopka, Oviedo, and good along?
or army. within the next twelve months. As cause the of the
Ileagues had been accepted by his or during honeymoon president
I'[
Second, that the allies be authorized Orlando, and numbered over one hundred Named of Contributor
the counties have not teen selectedfor ganization. and his bride.It .
to remain at Saloniki and fifty ; The Sentinel . . .. . . . . ..$ 5.00
special progress, ubt are from all | The terms of the treaty were not was learned that the president
and fortify themselves there. lion. W. II. O'Neal was present and j Peoples National Hank . . . 5.00
the states as they have reported, it ''revealed, but the main points ore wishes to clear up all international
Third, that Greece undertakesto gave one of his characteristic addresses Orlando Bank & Trust ('0. . . 5.00;
is a reasonable assumption that theyare known to call for a dissolution of the matters as far as possible before his
both humorous and forcible Bank Orlando . . . .
reduce her contingents occupying State of 5.00V. ;
typical of the average. They Gilmore circuit through with departure Saturday night.
the forts and batteries at the that occupied upwards of half an merger W. Ester: . . . . . . . . 5.00J. ;
represent less than a third of the several National teams, and perhaps While he is away Secretary Lansing -
entrance to the Gulf of Salonikl. hour. : C. Patterson . . . . . . . 5.00
total number of counties. Using a with the Cleveland American club. will have complete authorityover
Greece already has begun execut- Mr. Chas. 11. Baker, county Yowell-Duckworth . . . . . 5.00
multiple of three, you have an estimate agrl-I The three organizations will all matters pertaining to the in.
ing the first provision. A dispatch to cultural advisor, also attended b ap- Ruth Drown ...*. . . . . . . 1.00
of over $5,300,000 spent on the point a comriittee to meet in the next ternational relations of the United
,the Paris Temps fron+Salonikl states Dixie date and vitation and spoke for nearly an W. W. Yothers . . . .. . .. 1.00
highway to over $20- few days, either here or at New York, States.
that the government has ordered the be hour on soil building, culture, improved -I B. T. Kuhl . . . . . . .. . 1.00
793,000 to expended.To and dispose "f the various problems The president is understood to have
fifth Greek army corps to withdraw be ultra conservative deduct implements, and other useful' Dickson-lves . . . . . . . . 5.00
the Ancona situation in
a which must be solved before complete gone over de-
SaloniklIIELI' lie read and commented . . .. .
from third of the total and what topics. on Two Believers in Santa 2.00
see a tranquility is restored. tail with Lansing.No .
Dr. Knapp's "Ten Commandments of Robert and Wray Nicholson. . .2;)
staggering sum remains. When the three committees adjust official advices of characterwere
TilE BOYS! Agriculture," and exhibited fair sam- G. G. Wright . . . .. . _. . 5.00 any
Another of is the differences and to the details of received from Vienna today regarding -
The basket ball game that was sign progress ples of the new grasses-Natal, agree Curtis & O'Neal . .II II . .. 5.00
large mileage of roads the various the National the Ancona note or probable
scheduled by the high school boys permanent Rhodes, and Sudan-closing with his mergers Miss Julia Chapman . . . .. 1.00
built or under contract. Fifty coun- Commission will convene and decideon character of the reply.
with Palmetto Friday night has been peculiar "five Messes" so desirable for Margaret Watson Rush. . .. . 2.50J.
ties show that tenth of the the status and disposition of players Optimism seems to prevail _
nearly a every-
postponed to a later date. all our farmers and growers, viz: C. Anne . . . . . . . . . 1.00
entire mileage is or will be paved and umpires who deserted for the where in official circles, however, and
The game with Clearwater will be the barbless fence, the stopless gate, Wilbur James . . . . . . . -53
road. Using only a multiple of two Feds. at the White House confidence is expressed -
played, so far as is known now. the stumpless field, the well-less yard, Unitarian Sunday School . . 5.00
to the other hundred that a breach of
Come and help the boys, as they represent one and the fireless cooker, on which he XYZ . . . . . . .. . . . . 1.00A diplomatic
and twelve counties, have goodly Suspended Players to Lose Salary relations will be avoided. $
have been working hard. you a dwelt insistently. Child's Friend . . . . . . 2.00
portion of the road built for per- New York, Dec. 15.-Today's meet-
lion. J. B. Hill, of Maitland, was Patti may and Mary Alice

manence. The preparations being on the program for a talk on citrus ing of the National League was con- Richards '. . .. ... . . . 1.00 Florida Life ToldIn
Brief Bulletins made for even greater along .
progress fined to routine business.An
culture. strictly Miss Margaret Hart . . . . 1.00A.
this line are highly gratifying. En- Several of the colored visitors spokeat amendment was adopted to sec- L. Maclean, Gotha . .. . . .50 Brief Flashes
Ticked Off Wire tire divisions of the highway
are considerable length. Mr. Dickerson tion 25 of the League constitution, W. P. Watson . . . . .. . . 1.00
Hour planning paved roads for their entire G. M. of F. & A. :Masons, gavean which makes it mandatory upon every Margaret Graham Robinson . 1.00J. And Paragraphs

At Late stretch. Notably among these are interesting account of his work club to stop the salary of any player W. Alden . . . . . ....... 1.00

from Chieago to Danville, Illinois; for the uplift of his race. Rev. Dr. suspended for violation of rules. Fred Phillips . . . . . . .. . .50
Toledo to Cincinnati Ohio Jackson- RECENT ELECTION RESULTS
10 FLORIDA MILLIONAIRES ; Perian, pastor of the A. M. E. churchin The suspended player's salary must W. II. S. . . . . . . . . . . 2.00
Washington, D. C.-The state of ville to Miami, Florida; and from Orlando, made an eloquent plea for be stopped during the entire periodof Mrs. Ceo. R. Newell . . . . . 1.00 Ocala, Fla.-In Tuesday's munici-

Florida has ten millionaires, to say Tallahassee to Bartow, Florida. general education, and Brother Z. suspension, and it is expressly pro- Mrs. X . . . . . . . . . 1.00 pal election J. D. Robertson defeated

nothing of numerous near-million- Florida Leads All Others Turk, of Apopka, gave particulars regarding vided that he shall receive no bonus, William A. Dade, Jr. . . . . .50 1i. M. Hampton for mayor by forty-

aires, according to the annual report The reports by states show that in poultry farming that wouldbe rebate, or refund later to reimbursehim !: Thomas Butt . . . . . . . . 1.00 seven majority. This will make the
I of the commissioner of internal reve- seven out of eighteen counties in useful to any one. Mrs. R. C. for the salary lost. Master Walter Blythe Watson Jr. 1.00 eighth term that Mr. Robertson has

nue, which was made public today. Kentucky there has been expended Calhoun spoke on home canning. Davis & Giles . . . . . . . 5.00 filled this office.

| Counting 6 per cent. as an average $135,000. In Ohio eight counties out The best of feeling prevailed and DR. PERSON HEADS STAFFAt Cash from Friend . . . ,. . 1.00 I
I rate on investments and $50,000 as an of twelve and not including Hamilton the music WItS very telling and effect Orlando Water and Light Co.. 5.00 Sarasota, Fla.-Harry Nigel was ,

I average annual Income on $1,000,000, county of which Cincinnati is thcf ive. It U believed that this occasion, the annual meeting of the trustees elected mayor of Sarasota today, polling

I the state of Florida has exactly ten county rite, there has been expended like former ones, has been of decided of St. Luke's hospital, held at Total . . . . . . . . . .$91.80 100 vote, against 88 for Owen
I millionaires! the report shows, for $388,000. Five counties out of tWen- value. Dishopctcnd yesterday morning, officers !- Burns and 71 for J. Franklin.

I there are ten persona in the state who ty-two In Florida !spent! $601,000 on for the ensuing year a* follow FRANK SMITH HK-KLKCTEt: : :

I report having had Incomes of $50,000 the Illtl) highway In the pant flu The Christmas dlnplay nt Curtis & were nnmed: Dr. W. C. Pernon, president PRESIDENT: : WKSLKYAN: Bmdentown, 'Ii\-TuC'lItl"y' election .

lor more during& the calendar' year month Six counties! out of eighteenIn O'NVnl'n In helpful to nil Christmas ; Dr. George Porter, vice-presi( BIBLE. : CLASSAt resulted in the election of L. I). f

1014. Tennessee spent 171000.: Four purchMner, Their window show onlya dent; medical stair, Dr. G. 11. Edward : Simmons, mayor.

counting out of five In Illinois And not few of the many good thing they *, Ur. M. It. Swift, Dr. J. 8. MeKwun the annual banquet of the WM-;

| ANGLO.FRINTII: BONDS( TAKEN: 1 Including Cook county of which Chicago otfer. Most everything U marked to : Dr. Sylvan McElroy, Dr. Hal (cyan Bible class of the Methodist GENERAL: : GON/ALES. : TO GET A

Now York, J Dec, 15.-J. I'. Morgan U the metropolis. spent $252,000 null your (Jurllt'. Henrdall, Dr. C. A. Boon church held at tha Empire hotel last GHASTLY. CHRISTMAS

& Company, a* manager of the syndicate In the past six. months, while ten evening, Frank Smith waa elected to PRESENT.

which purchased the $500,000 counties out of twenty-four in Georgia succeed himself in the office of president .
Motion Pictures Will Teach
000 Anglo-French five per cent. bond, spent $95,000. And yet this large for the ensuing year. Other Mexico City, Dec. 15,-Among the

announce that over sixty per cent. of expenditure U only a small proportion officers elected were Stuart M. Gould Christmas presents which General .1

l he issue has been taken by investors.The of the expenditure to be made The School Children Of Chicagoschools vice-president; Dr. Cassius Boone, Pablo Gonzales, the Carranza com- t

firm also announced the expiration as many of the counties have merely secretary, and James N. Burden, mander of Mexico City, will receive j jis

of the syndicate.MCKELLAR'S made preparations for going to workon treasurer. the head of General Juan B. Her ;

their section of the highway and Chicago, 111.-Motion pictures as an ," said Mrs. Young. "Next Following the newly elected offi nandez, a relative of Huerta and for- 0,

MAJORITY PROBABLY their money will not be available educational agency will be given their I year will see an increased school fund cers' speeches of acceptance, the I mer intimate of Porfirio Diaz.

'* 20.000 until later.In first trial in the United States, in the appropriation, and I will recommend I Methodist orchestra, guests of the Gonzales was notified by wire todayby

r the fifty counties reporting to public schools of this city shortly that some stipulated amount be set 'class for the evening, rendered a Lieut. Col. Luna Gonzales, of Es- t

: Memphis, Tenn., Dec. 15.-From the Association, provisions have been after January first. I aside for school films, geography, beautiful selection. This in turn was peranza state, va Vera Cruz, that 1

turns received throughout this state made for sperrding six million nine This was the statement made recently the industries, and such subjects to followed by interesting and helpful Hernandez had been killed in one of J

ate tonight indications are that Ken- hundred and thirty-one thousand dol- by Mrs. Ella Flagg Young, be treated." talks by Mrs. C. W. Flower, class the battles near Esperanza, and while

eth McKellar, congressman from the lars on the Dixie highway alone. superintendent of schools, and all I Dr. Peter Clemensen, a member of leader, and 0 C. E. Howard, superin- Hernandez lay dead on the battle field I

enth district of ennessee, snowed Again using the multiple of three members of the board of education the board of education, said he had tendent of the Methodist Sunday his head was severed from his body,

dertalcoln j".t rson in the elecn the total is in excess of twenty mil- questioned were enthusiastic in their I seen films used with great success in school. carefully boxed, and is now on the

for the Uelnocratic nominee toe lion dollars. To the uninitiated, this endorsement of the idea of "screen the schools of Europe and heartily way to the capitol by special messen- 1

United States senatorship. immense .sum of money for the con- education." I approved their use here. ROSE HAS SOLD 14 OF 15 LOTSW. ger.

McKellar's majority is expected toeach struction of the Dixie highway may The matter became of immediate "Such a visualization of facts is agreat i

20,000. seem preposterous and out of rea- interest a few days ago when Wil- I assistance to memory," said W. Rose, real estate dealer, START INVESTIGATION

son. Yet when the statement is item- liam N. Selig president of the Selig I Max Loeb, another member, "and I stated last night that only one lot of J

WILURD: TO DEFEND TITLE ized by counties the reasonablenessof Polyscope company, announced that I am for it strong. I know that as a fifteen put on the market a few days Washington, Dec. 15.-An agent

fhicago, Dec.: 15.-Managers of it can be plainly seen. after two years of exhaustive studyof I boI could have gained a much ago remained unsold, and that he for the department of justice has i
rd and Fulton today signed arti- I This amount is divided by states as the"film educational I clearer of the
as an factor impression facts of had a buyer for the remaining one started an investigation to determine 'l i iif

for a 20 round fight for the follows: he was about ready to lay before the geography and even history, if a motion but had not closed the deal. The lots a conspiracy of cotton spinners or

Rpiomhip. Illinois, $1,250.000; Ohio, $1,204,000; school board a proposition which is picture presentation had accom- sold yesterday were to Chas. F. John- speculators operating to depress the

he figlt will be held at the West Tennessee $924,000; Indiana, $126- sure to become universally adoptedby panied the lectures and study of the son and T. M. Cooper, who each pur- price of cotton exists in New York.

Athletic Club, New Orleans, onArch 000; Kentucky, $765,000; Georgia, the public schools. text. Within a few years I expect to chased two. The lots are located in The investigation is based upon information -

.r 4thkrWillard is to get $32,500 $151,000. "After January 1, films are to be I see films! used to assist students in all Orange Park and are desirable home submitted by members of

0 Fulton is guaranteed $7,500. (Continued on page 4)) quite generally adopted in the public the large cities of the country." I sites. congress from the cotton states. 0
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THE DAILY SANTA HAS PLENTY OF I 1915 FORD RUNABOUT

Florida Sentinel TOYS FOR THIS YEAR. I
South Good old Santa Claus is happier Original cost, f.o.b. Orlando__$490.00
MORNING. AND WEEKLY than ever this year, for his great pack North East starting and light-
ft. GLENN .EdJUr full. lie will that ing system _______________ 100.00 I $coflfssueJ KING
... ..._ was never so see
T C. ESSINGTON .B. Man> crt Shock absorbers ____________ 15.00 .
EDter.d the postoffic, at Orlando Flor- the good times that have come to the Seat covers ________________ 12.50 entr S\-
ida. w Send CIus Mail Matter.SUBSCR1YUON relief of the family pocketbook are Pointed radiator ____________ 23.00 .'I'tueenn, sec',
shared by the youngsters. lie has Thief proof lock ________h__ 3.50 nr ttr
RATES I .... 632
ail,. 1 Year .. 15.00 Z.60Daily. added to his stock of toys: and has Total cost ________________$644.00ARE I +
< Month
Daily.:: S Month 1.ZS some new ones that will make the Driven only six months. What will
Daily. 1 Month .50 kiddies sit up and take notice. From you give; me in cash! Address"Henry I
Ford:' care Sentinel office. 12-7-tfc 10 cents and let us fill order for goods made the Scott PaperCo.
Weekly. 1 Year ...................... 11.00 far off Switzerland, away up the your by
mountains surrounded by war on all .
ILL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN YOU GOING TO HAVE YOUR
ADVANCETO sides have come of the cleverest pro-
BABY IN HOWARD'S FAIR
ductions.
ADVERTISERS BABY SHOW? I Scott's Tissue, lOc, 3 for ___________-*__________25c
has
From South America, Santa

<4 Cr...rtl.y>Uc for.dUptar..t be handea aad all I. at ether the kaad-wt boaiaeufSc gleaned a new kind of dolls and toys. Five That County Baby Fair Show is,going at the to be coming some 1 Waldorf Toilet Paper 6 for _______________________2
.f the SraUael n.t later tkaa S p. B.i The Japanese toys are in his packas show. '
t.!.. chance day before. fr pe contract..Iie.tt...adYtrtliinf ThU rule ap it Uea IeI..rt..I. usual, and thanks to King Georgeof Lots of wise people have caught on ke a% Scott's Tissue Towels, per package __________________lOc
. and will b. strictly adkerad U. and Howard's Studio is stacking up
England, the famous German toys pictures galore.Is 5 cents Scott's Baby D)'dies, 12 for ________________________lOc
Subscriber desiring The Sentinel dlkeondnned that run around and jump have safely your child in it? If not, it is
should notify the office, in writing on crossed the ocean to Santa's store- your fault.
the date of expiration, otherwise U will be All children under eight We deliver goods anywhere in the city limits. Ours
years.
rate. I houses.
continued at the regular subscription
ntil notice Nnb to top. i* receivedr.l.pbae .. . ...... .... 14 But the wise old man who drives Country urday and as well Wendesday.as city children.Absolutelyno Sat- o4lissud messenger boy is always ready.
his reindeer over the housetops tookno charge. You are favoring us. .stets
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1913. chance of being short so he set HOWARD'S STUDIO-ON THE
"We Give Checks"J.
i thousands and thousands of Ameri- AVENUE Saving

A New York woman says she pro-. :cans to work making new toys and 12-5-tfc 10 cents
posed to her husband three times be- :games and dolls for the big pack this
fore he'd marry her. i Christmas.You FOR SALE I
I have seven thousand choice nursery ,
0 can get a glimpse of them in Store
trees
including several varietiesof City Drug
The French say the Ford peace expedition the store windows these chilly days, I orange and grapefruit trees. Will A
is the: biggest joke perpe- and they certainly look good to bright sell them in any quantity. Nursery :
located at entrance to Fair Grounds. : L. DEAN, Proprietor Orlando, Florida
trated since the war started. American girls and boys.
Harry P. Leu. Phone 89. 12-12-6tc I
.. -0 When papa says "business is boom- I Ii i

Shop early is good advice. Mail ing" and mama is worrying less over JONES BUYS A LOT

early is also in the same line but the rent and the grocery bill you can And then comes the house. So many 'I
don't all wait tilt 5 p. m.-take your make sure that that is the time that dollars and anxious moments are FOR SALE!
package to the postoffice as soon as Santa is going to see that his little saved by consulting Cook & Co. "An I del a Suburban
it is ready. friends get the good things that he (Christ building) as to your plans I My residence corner north Orange second floor. Lot 154 feet front on
and materials. They furnish every- Home"Twenty and Robinson avenues containing Orange avenue. Grounds attractively
o combs from all places in the world. thing and prompt service. l-12-12-5tc Library, Reception Room Den Sew- arranged, and sprayed by underground
The glorious maxim, "Never do today o ng Room Dining Room Kitchen, system.
what off untli to- IN' THE BEST OF acres convenient to Pantry, Grocery Room, Lavatory all Large garage and log cabin play.on .
you can put FAMILIES. THE FLORIDA REAL ESTATE city on hard surface road. Six first floor, with bath and a Sleep- house, etc. Will sell furnished or un
morrow," is now being exemplified by containing four hundred ng apartment with eleven windows I furnished.and .
; of Christ- 1 There is an old adage which says acres closets and
many persons in the matter seven storage room on 11-7-lm
& INVESTMENT CO. citrus trees just coming into
that in the best regulated families
buying. I
; mas -o I things will go wrong. Saturday the I bearing; twelve acres cleared CHARLES P. DOW
land and timber
farm two acres ;
News made in publishing
told that an error have moved their office to the
Englishmen are they can comfortable six room house,
I I the marriage licenses by putting the I II -- - ---- ---- -- ------
only escape conscription by enlisting Benedict Residence, 114 East barn and irrigating plant.It .
white couples under the "Negro
r at once. That is, they get their I l I riage" caption. That this same 1\Iar-1 Central Avenue and hope to will pay you to investigatethis.
choice of going willingly; or just .
might occur in any office the meet our clients and many new
Cleveland Plain Dealer. I
going.; I Price $3,300.60F1AtWaIIaceflealt;
attention is directed to a recent issue
o one to get acquainted with us !
f of the New York Herald, one of the I "Why Not"
An unjust attack by several papers largest papers in the world The and our methods of doing buslesa. -
is made W. We buy and sell Real
of the state Wing upon Herald had two heads transposed, the 1

'f V. Knott, the leading candidate for printer in some manner getting the Estate and Mortgages, loan: Send a box of assorted! Grapefruit, Oranges and Tangerines

governor. These attacks, however which, ,"Obituaries" caption over In the marine money on good securities! nnd to your friends! at home?
shake the confidence
will hot Co
hews and the "iWed!'! Hell date" dvnncc money to parties in-
the people of Hot-Ma have In a man headline wall over the obituary ho- y 10 pounds -__=====______**_____._,._&. .....,*$ ,
to build homes
whose long public service to his state'! Ucel.=t'ensaeola' Journal. ending on easy :20;! ) pound!' S===*S..{.*XSCSB.: ,*?..??=..-..._=.:2OO! ()
hits been fttl honorable and patriotic! ft t terms.! llattk Guarantee for our Huom :3 Arcade

ene, a credit to Florida and an hbtiof Sputa, which haS i JUt! been" Con transnetiollx! > Phone 117' 1'XPfii: Prepaid.J

to hiintelfr=Velusia! County Iteftmt, I1uPtl'C1' I by, the Teuton and the Ilultfa* III;NU\><' JIKNEDICT; ) I'KE8; ,
-====6=-= e
Han, has 11ftf of 33,313: <]Uare
"rimDIHPI.AIH(inIIlTM,\ 4 mile, with a population! of about'
) 4,400,000, Orlando Seed & Produce C6..t

It i Iii always' a iileasurp to! look! ) .gym

through our newspaper advertising at Any way, those trenches should I Grove for Sale! 200 S. Orange Ave. Phone 166
thU time of the year, with all of the give Europe a wonderful subway ays*
80 acre Lakeslte, 35 acres In Grove 2200 fine bearing
I suggestions! of holiday good! cheer tern after the war=Columbia State, ;
that It brings, Heading the advertisement budded trees; 300 Seedlings Close to brick road and

about gifts, luscious (ood, TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY town.
t I and! winter supplies, seems like walk. House, Barns, Outbuildings

ing along in front of the show win FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE Second .
dows in some brilliantly lighted hand Remington No. 6 type. Big SACRIFICE for QUICK SALE FORAGE GROCERY CO.FLA. .
writer. D. B. Raybon, corner South
street and Hughey streets. 12-16-lt EXCLUSIVE SALE
Even if one can not afford to buy ROUND STEAK, per pound . . . . . . ,. . . . . .17c:
much of all these good things, thereis MILK[ COWS-I can furnish anyone FLA. LOIN AND PORTER HOUSE, per pound . . . . . .17c:
a pleasure either in looking at with a car load of nice milk cows, Orlando Real Estate Co. CHUCK ROAST FLORIDA, per pound . . . . . . . . . lOc

them, or reading about them in the all easonable.fresh or heavy J.Y.. springers.Stegall, Thomas.Prices E. B. BRADLEY CHUCK STEAK FLORIDA, per pound . . . . . . .. .12 /2c

newspapers. And most of us get yule, Ga. 12-16-81 42 WATKINS BLOCK PHONE 501 I FLA. BEEF STEW, 3 pounds for . . . . . . . . . . . .25c:
&>me share of them. FLORIDA PORK HAMS whole, per pound . . . . . . . . .15c:

The story told by the advertisersat II. A. Johnson and D. Barker, of FLORIDA PORK CHOPS, per pound . . . . . . . . . .15c:

this time of year is one of business Orlando, are among business visitors FLORIDA PORK STEW, per lb. . . .. . . . . . . . .12/jC
enterprise and forethought The pending several days in the city. 1 MlllltlllMMMIIMIIMIIHMIIIIMIMMIIIiMMtMI WESTERN PORK CHOPS, 2 pounds for. . . . . . . . . .45c:

money tide up here in Christmas Both gentlemen are registered! at the SLICED HAM. 2 pounds for . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .45c

stock represents aK investment, ivcrview. -Fort Myers Press. BOILED HAM, per pound. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .35c:
I C Unas Cards sand Booklets !
made in the faith that the people will liENS, LIVE per pound . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20c:
buy liberally as in the past. For sensible Miss\ Bennie Wilson returned to her i SMOKED COUNTRY SAUSAGE, per pound . . . . . . ..20cII
minded people there is no end home in Orlando Sunday after spend-i
of useful presents in clothing, furniture in!g the season in Plant City trimmingfor Exquisite selection(from Ic. up). Also Souvenirs,

and dry goods. For the children Miss Tilden Hendrix.-Plant City Novelties, Toys, Japanese Novelties, Stationery,

1 there is the same old bewildering array Courier. and Magazines.

are the of toys.fruits For and !good goodies livers and, there sub- FOR SALE-A BARGAIN 22 W. Church St. I A-B'OOK& COMPANY
Br'nlam & HI'II
. 't stantials of the year. For all of I ONE BLOCK EAST A. C. L DEPOT II
-- which the public in referred to our 116 acre farm, 80 acres under cultivation CHRIST BUILDING
lake frontage, one-half mile '
columns for real "hu-
advertising a frontage on good road, good 7 room M H M M 11M I M M M 111111III 11 M M 111111 IM 111 M i>
man interest" story. house, and good farm buildings! half
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ot mile from !good town.. $7,500App r,
for further information, to Box 6iJ9, crl. B
SAFETY UUI.ESem Orlando, Fla. 1.12.16-3tc
t I DRIVERS AND PEDESTRIANS. PURE FOOD STORE T WE furnish our clients with Investments yielding a
,! The following rules have been laid FOR) SALE l.
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down by Police Commissioner Woodsof GroceriesCHRISTMAS regular net income, payable monthly, quarterly or an

New York to be observed by auto I 12 acres lake frontage, all under
nually.
mobile drivers and also the pedestrians cultivation, hard road frontage, good

who persist in cutting corners 7 old room citrus house trees, big, and barn other 100 fruit four trees.year! HINTSRaisins WE: handle all kinds of Building Materials and furnish

L and otherwise breaking the trtiTlc 1000.: Address! Box 83.1: : Orlando,
'f. t rules. They apply In Orlando as well la. M2'll.3tc Currents, Walnuts, Almonds, Brazil Nuts, Pecans, plans! and estimates! free.

i a* In New York: Citron, Orange Peel, Lemon Peel, Cluster Raisins, Burnett
aILlA RAHF. OITKRM ; Extracts:: Burnett's Cake Coloring.
r "Don't Imagine that you are n careful FOR
driver \because! you shout or toot acres of high rolling pine Innd. The ,.Abo\e Are All I'rel'h! Stock BUI IDI ISO MATTER I A1.S

your horn nt tuHlmlrlnn crossing '10\\tike no frontage$2.r>oo., Address one mile Itanrnln from' ,good cur Phone 203 No. 8 W. Church St. AND CONSTRUCTIONG.

In front of you. this pitr.| I.12 I: -18-:ate
"II""'t forget that the pedestrian(

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"Don't foiiM tint children mu.tNonirtlmrfl MMMMMMCMMMMMMIIMMMMMMMMMMMIMToDay

, |play In the streets.' Herendy

r to IItllll t | Instantly, ( If title run" In INVKSTMKNTHMunicipal : C. Montgomery
offer ,
front car >nu. we youQUALITY
t "Don't\ full to plow down nt rrimnI"P -

I milt Industrial t \\0 lint-n rmihlnVmt t oho ftnt-vtrft. lit$ fl. Mi Mn HrnHiot-W fn...
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: I "Don't" Hue home nftrr jour day'.. tlomK tthtl\gt' on ttn| ruv. :
i Moik.. offs t t department t t Cars! bverhauled t httihletltlltices !

I t l "Dnh't full. tri Mnmlne, yntir hrnkMtirriHotintlf. t'tt( ttJ'utlptt)'. SERVICE! : fut- !Fords, $10.00) lu $ U.tJDI j Ah? lat; $10) ItJ $50

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YOU ARE INVITED TO COME I TO THE DEI'OT AND HELP WELCO ME HIM TO ORLANDO. (JET YOUR FATHER" MOTHER UlttimOTHER i
.', lilt OR SISTER: TO IIRlNtt YOU DOWN AND ESCORT HIM TO THE Ultt STORE,WHERE HE WILL HE EACH AFTERNOON. .FHOM 1 1
t :,1 J TO(0}".M. COME DOWN,SHAKE HANDS WITH HIM} llttlNO YOU It LETTERS AND DROP. THEM IN 1
Santa Claua Letter Box on Main FloorChristmas ,
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Sale 1 Ladies Suits and Dresses, Silks and Serges,
All the Latest Models
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$8.50 SUITS OR DRESSES }FOR.... .....S 7.25 $18,50 SUITS OR DRESSES FOR...........15.75 $32.50 SUITS OR DRESSES FOR......,.",,$27.50
$9.00 SUITS OR DRESSES FOR.........S 3> y./D $19.00 SUITS OR DRESSES FOR,..........$16.25 $35.00 SUITS OR DRESSES FOR..."......$29.50 :
$9.50 SUITS OR DRESSES FOR ..........$ 8.25 ..........$17.00
19.50 SUITS OR DRESSES FOR. $37.50 SUITS OR DRESSES FOR...........$31.75
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$10.00 $20.00 SUITS OR DRESSES FOR...........17.50 $38.50 SUITS OR DRESSES FOR.........32.75
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$11.00 SUITS OR DRESSES FOR.
\-.( 12.00 $22.50 SUITS OR DRESSES FOR...........19.25 $39.50 SUITS OR DRESSES FOR...........$33.50
t $14.50 SUITS OR DRESSES FOR...........
\\3 $15.00 SUITS OR DRESSES FOR..... .....12.75 $24.00 SUITS OR DRESSES FOR...........20.00 $-12.50 SUITS OR DRESSES FOR..........$33.75

$16.00 SUITS OR DRESSES FOR........... $13.50 $25.00 SUITS OR DRESSES FOR...........21.50 15.00 SUITS OR DRESSES FOR...........$34.75
$16.50 SUITS OR DRESSES FOR...........$13.75 $27.50 SUITS OR DRESSES FOR...........$23.5011.50 SUITS OR DRESSES FOR...........$36.50

$17.50 SUITS OR DRESSES FOR...........$15.25 $28.50 SUITS OR DRESES FOR...........$24.50 $50.00 SUITS OR DRESSES FOR...........$40.00FOR

SUITS OR DRESSES FOR...........15.50 $30.00 SUITS OR DRESSES FOR...........$25.75 $55.00 SUITS OR DRESSES FOR...........$43.00 .


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Winter if THE EQUITABLE FILM CORP.of ROBINSON PROFESSIONAL& B CARDS ARDALLATTORNEY.A -

NEW YORK desires herewith to

Park News express to the CITY OFFICIALS of T.LA,V

Orlando and all THE; CITIZENS andJ.
J. JONES: and ALL illS AT. No. 4 West Pine Sreet

TACHKS: their sincere thanks and I No Leaking in

appreciation fur the many kindnesses Phone 161 1 Your Pocket,

and courtesies. extended, the mc-mber I Becnuao No

Daily Budget( Of Hems ConcerningThe of the organization now making! u Air Around the '

photo-drunm in this beautiful city. DAVIS & GILESATTORNEYSATLAW Point. How About
Town And Rollins College
Each: indivaduul member in n unit
An l Cdl.nn\ I'm
and the company an an organizationfeel make writing Baler than
I thankful and will depart with A talking. "
COMMUNITY CHRISTMAS TKKK: : FLORIDA... AIJ1'4' ALL STATESN: ) pleasant recollection of Orlando, Its Phone 72 Think ilrmtfrwlytheInatant One of1"?*

The community Christmas tree DIXIE: HIGHWAY you tuutli |pen to
wonderful 1 beauty, the kindness of its
I which In. being planned for the holiday ""Ii city officials, and the numerous Rooms 6, 6, 7, 8,- Iw1rrstops\ | when you
take
jour hen| up.
week promised to be one of the (Continued from page 1)) courtesies they have received during Davis & McNeill BlocV I ; Note the two little circular

most unique and interesting affairs Florida, $2. 03,000.; their sojourn within your gates. eM"oiulnthefet'd, These f or a
ever held in Winter I'ark. A pro. The bond issues which have been EQUITABLE FILM: CORP. militated by the arrow.

gram: has been arranged; for each voted in the state of Florida alone These deep little re ervoirt -

t. night of the week and although the during! the past six months is now Victor Starbuck hold ink in readiness
for writing take the
details have not been announced in excess of six million dollars. The ink and hold it when up your ChristmasGift '

.r, there is no doubt that there will be ;: majority of these counties are traversed GAME: AT OCALA ATTORNEY-AT-LAW pen learn the pairr.|

something interesting doing each by the Dixie highway and the Let ui demonstrate the

evening. The Boy Scouts under highway will receive a goodly portionof The Orlando high school basketball Phone 161 great advantage of our
patented feed and
Scoutmaster unrest have pledged it. It can be conservatively stated team will l he in Ocala Saturday after No. 6 \Y. Pine SI. :Orland. Fla crew cap. Say Rood safety-bye ?
themselves to aid in every way possible that within the next six months this noon to meet the Wildcats for a gameat to "finger smearing"

t in the success of the project. bond issue will be doubled as far as the Camp court at half past three pent Get an IMi: &on. t 1

the stale of Florida I I..* concerned. o.clock.-Ocala Star. MaJeinal1ll'lelfrom
TENNIS AND GOLF POPULAR Bond election for the month of January $1.50 to $10.00. s.

Tennis the ever popular sport, is alone will be called to tote on One of our guarantee:
r BUSINESS: TRIP TO MULBERRY\ R. RAY WHITE politic gi\en wilt\ery:
C drawing an unusual crowd of devotees over three million dollars worth of |Il'n l'uuha.e.1.
the last few weeks. The courts at bond*. Two counties. in that Male have
t Messrs. Joe and Donald Cheney, of ATTOKNEY-AT! LAW Edison Pen Co.
the college and others scattered here ,net their goal at a million dollars in t.sruaI .
t the Orln"(11)Vat..r and Light company -
and there over the town are almost. ndrt. !Room 41WntklnM Petersburg, Va.
motored to Mulberry\ ,
yesterday
constantly crowded with players, who From the reports received from the \-'UP astatwutazsu411
are enjoying the delights. of one of !fifty counties over 3(57( miles In these south of Bnrtow on an Important Hluck Orlando, Fin al'LUCERNE
I' business, trip, it-turning.la night.
\ the most. healthful of sports. counties! are either pitted now or contracted .

Golf too Is. beginning to attract for, UMlng either concrete, ,,' PHARMACY 1
Have you located Mm. TutU Gift
more and more enthusiasts to the lirick or anphult. From a survey of
Shop this season? If not, bo sure Worthington Blackman
Country Club, where they may have the entire highway on the l 111\11111 l of the you do. 1-12-8-tfc I IATTOnNEY.AT.I We Give: Sating; Checks! "

the pleasure of playing on one of reports| submitted, it U nafe to nay AW i
the cleanest and most hnndNomvly' that a seventh, or over 6nu'> >, of the entire When in Kis imniee VKit the Palace: Drug; Store

equipped courses in the state. mileage *>f the IUd" highway (inpated. Phone 617'

liy the end of 101(5( over three
Rooms 13 and 14 Yowell-Duck
MANY\ ATTUAel1WISJOWR hundred miles will have been added

Christmas' window dressing was the and that the close of 1917 will see ut worth Building. t'IIIIIIIII'IIIIIIIIIIIII'IIIIII 11111111111111111111"L

order of the day with Winter Park :least a third of the entire mileage a
business people yesterday. A number (paved road on the very lowest posi-: TUE[ LUCERNE[ I '

of handsome windows have been I Lie estimate. Phone 72 CIai'[ Tllal' Our B11S1IIOSW'
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arranged along East Park avenue and -- -

new decorations are being added DIME SAVINGS HANK I PROPOSITION .

daily. One of the surest signs of the EXPLAINEDThe Paul V. HutchinsAttorney

liveness of a town are the efforts TODAY For Xmas
made by the merchants to present Orlando Bank and Trust Com- and Counsellor at Law

their stocks to the public in as attractive pany has an attractive advertisementon

a manner as possible, and in page 10 telling about a dime savings I Davis & McNeil BIdg

this Winter Park merchants are un- bank proposition. Read the ad. ORLANDO. FLA. : Clear Havana CigarsMade
surpassed. Cashier Nolan has received a quantity Thomas Edison Inc.. presents

of oblong' shaped banks about the I I II II ( In Bond) (

.MRS. C.IRRS HOSTESS size of a bulgy The little a feature extraordinary
purse.
C That would be sufficient guarantee builD addition to :
j
Mr. and Mrs. Harley Gibbs entertained I bank holds nickels, dimes and quar- I Dr. F. F. Thompson II ,

a number of friends very delightfully I ters. By depositing a dime with the 'HANSOM'S FOLLY"In II that, Ibis Cigar Is made by

bank secure credit check for '
Tuesday afternoon at an you a Dentist II
informal tea at their lake shore resl- that amount which you insert in the I four parts BERRIMAN BROS.

dence "Pine Needles." The ladies of savings bank and carry away with Formerly of New York
In their Dlue Ribbon
the party assembled at 2:30: in the you. As often as it U filled return U. Factory

afternoon spending an hour chatting to the bank. It will then be openedand 115 SOUTH ORANGE

and doing I needle work the gentlemen you can thus start A savings ac
Over Curtis & O'Neal's ,
dropping In later for H cup of count. The bank fits Into your pocket GOOD AND BAD CIGAR STORE 1

lea Mere than fifty guests were! like it match safe and I In a gentle reminder -

f present during/ the afternoon, that If you put away one dime I = 122 S. Orange Ave., next to T. II. EvansMimiMMMMtMMIMMMIMMMMMM
each for will have
I day one year you

ROYAL) NEtGltllOllg: / MIT $:.17.22 which includes interext. A ,::>c "Same Little I'rlccs",. lOc ., MMMHM..;,

i An Important session of the recent great many people l Improved the opportunlty -
yesterday by securing! one
I ly organized local lodge of Royal tit the banks.ADDITIONAL. I. .I..III. . .+I..I.IIIII&all..I& 11'111' "
I Neighbors was held yesterday afternoon .

at Hooker Memorial II all. Con- OR. L H. RAMSOEU

t aideratle business connected with the LOCALSMrs. OPTOMETRIST New Overland I at $800Oversize

: organization remained to be com I
George Schwantke arrived in ORLANDO . FLORIDA
pleted at this meeting. The next
meeting of Orange Camp, as the new Orlando yesterday morning over GRANDTODAY n: FIT GLASSES GRIND LENSE Tires i Shock Absorbers and Extra Tire
the Atlantic Coast Line coming from AND DO ALL KINDS OF
f lodge has been named, will beheld at
Lake Wales, Fla., to spend several ornriSURVEYING" RTSPAfW1lff)
f Hooker Hall, January 3.
I days with Mrs. D. C. Warner at her Buick 40 at $400New

home, 212 East Church street.
WINTER PARK NOTES I

Tires and New Paint
Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Daly and their
A slight flurry was caused yesterday -
daughter, Mrs. McCain,
; were
: when it was reported that the among Plating and Sub-Dividing
the: arrivals in Orlando yesterday afternoon -
packers at Daetwiler's packing house Bert Levey offers Elinor Glyn's
over the Atlantic Coast Line.
would strike at noon. Fortunately PROMPT AND ACCURATE:
Winter Park Auto Co.
They have been spending the summerin ij
the men thought better of it, bowlever. Most widely! read book WORK ii
Charleroi, Pa., and have returnedto I
and all but three returned to
1 this city for the winter. They will OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
I ,. at one o'clock.R. "THREE WEEKS"In HAL A. IRISHCivil
reside at their home, 206 North Or- t
I
1 ange avenue. Motion Pictures
I Engineer
L. Williamson, of Chicago,
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brother of the popular head mechanic
of the Winter Park Garage, arrived Mrs. E. J. Cox and mother Mrs. I The only authorized Film 47 Watkins J1Idg., Orlando, Fla.
Elmira C. Luse arrived in Orlando
yesterday afternoon and will spend
yesterday afternoon on the Tampa adaptation of this enthralling
some time in Winter Park.
coming from Fairmont. Ind..
Special ( love drama. ACCIDENT HEALTH
where they have spent a portion of
T. C. Hawthorne of Oeoee. who I F. A. PEPPERCORN
the summer. Mr. and! Mrs. Cox who LIABILITY AUTOMOBILEBURGLARY
has been. upending the week in Orlando -
are among the poineer residents of
on jury service, spent last night in BUILDER and CONTRACTOli PLATE GLASS
Orange county, have a pretty home
lOc 15c;
Winter Park as the guest. of his
and prolific orange grove at Golden Phone 37 rilOI'EKTY DAMAGE WORKMAN'S COMPENSATION
friend J. II. Harrison. Itnd. and every season finds them I No advance in prices on this big

there. While absent this summer
W. W. Farnum and wife arrived attraction
they made n tour of the West and
last night the six' o'clock train
on
L. Percival
Northwest, and upon their return to Hutton
over the A. C. L. from New Haven,
Indiana Mr. Cox came on to Orlando
Georgia Casualty Company
Conn., and will upend' the winter
en- to look after his interests In this section !- 37 Liberty St., New York, NY

liOn t( ,
ttoom No. :3, gehull Hid*, ARCHITECTMeNelll'Davis
The torat' stores! report ttn titnuunl! ttKO.: A. IIUTCIIINtiONi General Agent

I ly )tII'AIt'hll' the IIAIItH'l'k! or run t'IIILINTMAN Dr. C. W. Fain Building, Orlando
IKY KOMI: or THAT uitit nitfir Orlando, Florida
mare, mid, I It Peenn Hut the,t "tradeearl Florida.

)" pl"I IHt ,U. bearing frultt I' o Hiosr t'AKK: IIAKIMI ('U, office U0uf4i DENTIST i to ia, 2 to a, Member I\ A A !Koom) 4 and 0 Watkins Illoek Phone 760

"lilt(! 1' ('tlO" IN till ISO: ( 1)11) +. Hold in \\iMlrr' (Prtfk byI' WINTEII I'AIIK l EA.
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The Chti..tmas number of "The I'

Echo," pul.lUhtnl" I by t Ihe Heninf' Case THE ALTAMONTEALTAMONTE

of the Orlando high eeho<4, I i..* off the. .
prew and! is. very attractive The .HPIUNOS. FLORIDA -- The Longwood HotelOpen

staffa\. Jleulah McClure, Fannie Tay NOW OPEN

lor, Harry Connell Helen Smith Ann Be sure and take the delightful 10 mile auto ride from Orlando Graduate of Davenport la., College under new management, Special attention
Taylor, Lois Pedrick, Hal Hutchison. and see the "Beauty spot of all Florida." Delightful hotel with given to auto parties.
Agnes Hamper Murry King, Donald every modern improvement. 500 feet of broad piazzas overlookingtwo
Evans Charles Limpus and Stuart lovely lakes, and over 40 acres in beautiful parks. Golf Tennis i Specialist on Nervous and Rates $2.00 and up, American. Special rates by the
Hoque, Howling on the green Billiard and Pool llall. Bowling Alleys, week month.
Gould. Boats, Orange Grove all free to our guests. Finest fishing and Chronic Diseases.4th or
shooting The Altamonte is noted for its magnificent location de-
Located at Longwood Fla. the town of
FOR SALE-Bicycle, in condi lightful patronage and social life, (Good orchestra), Excellence of opportunity.
tion. Will sell cheap if good taken at cuisine and service and purest water in the south. Floor, Y. D. Building D. A. MIDGLEY, Mgr.t .

once. Can be seen at 307 East Pine GEO. E. BATES & SOX Owner and Proprieters.
street. 12-16-3t Phone 209



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WEDNESDAY CARD CLUB NOTICE OF MEETINGDr. :I OA -J::(

riiii Mrs. Jas. I. Thornton proved a very Hanchett will meet the
I r vesper
((@ itn ] charming hostess yesterday afternoonto
nri1 I choir of St Luke's Cathedral this weekon "GET IT AT ALLEN'S"
Wednesday Card Club, at her Saturday evening at 7:30 o'clock,

home, 20' East Jackson street. Even to permit members to attend the concert 1
though the season is one of the busiest of the Mendelssohn Club Thurs
SOCIAL CALENDAfThumday Chorus: Forty voices.I'rogramfart. Christmas demands crowding out day. a

I. much of the social there
December 1Ro.alind life was - R
Club, afternoon pitf 1. Introduction, pipe organ nevertheless a good attendance and a SOCIETY: NOTES OP I INTERESTMiss : D
Christmas party, Twentieth>nturylub I :2.! "No Shadows Yonder." delightful time. The ever fascinating .
(' 111 fRo A. It. Rogue, '!'atess. I n. My Soul Is Athirst for Cod. game of "five hundred" predominated Pleasaunce! linker, daughter
lie'e and There Club. of Mr. and Mrs. C. II. who
4. At Eventide: It Shall lie Light. Baker
Country Club dance. I Mrs. W. C. Mcl Metulel(8ohn Club presen Gaul'a I L. They That Sow in Tears. high Hcore. reside near Zellwood, departed n few

"Holy City." 6). Eye: Hath Not. Seen. The hostess wo assisted by Mrs.A. days ago for Baltimore where she
Friday, December '. 7. For Thee, 0 Dear, Dear Country. A. Curmack with the serving of acted as bridesmaid yesterday at the

MrMR. B. of Scott Miss entertainwt Ethel Imblyn.W. bridgei.Whonor 8. Thine Is the Kingdom. perfection salad, olives, hot biscuit, wedding of her cousin Mr. Eustis U UH
C. T. U. "I'eaceand Arbl- Henry Thomas, who was united in
; topic, Part II. nut bread coffee with whipped cream, ,
Uation," Mrs. J. B. Mag'der' leader. marriage to Miss Marian Ancker,
!9. Intermezzo, pipe organ. and stuffed dates, all of which was o
both of Baltimore the
wedding
occur
10. A New Heaven and a New Earth. very appetizing and fully enjoyed.The .
ring at G:30 o'clock at the Arundel
TilE HOLY CIT 11. To the Lord Our God. club will meet with Mrs. J. A. THE BEST GIFTS ON TilE TREE will be articles of Jewelry

1le Mendelssohn Club might, De- 12. The Fining Pot Is for Silver. Abberger at her home on the corner Club"o from this establishment. We are proud of our stock. Choose

cen'ber; 16th, will presen in concert 13. These Are They Which Came. of Church and Liberty streets, Wednesday Mrs. E. C. Hoskins- will entertaina H )our gifts and let us lay them aside for you. ,
GatI'' sacred cantata, 'The Holy 14. They Shall Hunger No More. December 29th.
number of little people at her home,
15. List! the Cherubic Host. Enjoying Mrs. Thornton's hospi-
lurch, eight
Cit=, at the Methodist t
213 Ridgewood avenue, tomorrow afternoon -
o'clck.! The soloists anehorus have 16. Great and Marvellous Are Thy tality were Mesdames J. B. Lawton, in celebration of the birth ALLEN & CO., JEWELERS.
rehirsing, I Words. E. F. Sperry; W. C. McLean, W. E. I
spelt' much time in so a anniversaries of her three children '
Hudson. W. G. Johnson A. R. Bogue, day
finished I looked for. -
program may Ruth, Edwin and Gregory, all of 'b !
wail I to. Knowing thf public'. ap MItS. MERLE McELROY HOSTESS Josiah Ferris, E. J. Temple J. A. which occur in this month. = o= N .

pre iation of the effort of the club The Bridge Luncheon Club was yes Abberger, E E. Jenkins, T. W. Mathews -
in tmilar work W. M. Lege S. B. Chalfant, C. C. -0-
r in the tIt seasons a terday most charmingly entertained The Elks have for .
I planned an enjoyable
audience in 'd. As there J. Merle her Reichard. A. A. Carmack, T. II.
Mrs.
larl'' expe by i McElroy at time at their this PIIEPAUING FOR
'Home e'Cn.Ins
be no sale of ticks it is hoped home on Lucerne Circle. This is the Thompson, R. C. Hallock, O. S. Rob. J have extended invitation 'a CHRISTMAS NOW
will"free will" offeri will be the I second meeting of the club the first inson, II. B. Myers, Miss Cynthia Mc. : They an 1
I to all\ in good sntnding to come t + A little touch of paint here and there
\' I price of ndmUtih to these fine having been held hut week at Mrs. Kee. I around at 7:30: ( o'clock! und pnrtici will put tho house in shape for the

mu tales, enabling tl club to meet J. S. McKwun's. - I pate in "tho event of the season" holiday season Let us (ill your
theiixpcnses of the e'nlnJ:. A five course luncheon wan nerved 11.\( 114LOltGIRLSENTERTAiNF,1)The : : : r ants in the paint line. We handle
t .. Bachelor tho table attractive
- cut lay being
y of the St. James Society with .
; every requirement. Our guarantee
Miss Norma
yesterday by Gage nt
admission willl charged for
>>> ly arranged In silver candlestickswith have been, elected for tho coming yea JOwith everything we sell.
the concert of "TheHoly City. A pink candles, and pink roses the Wyoming hotel instead of bridge .
as follows: Mrs. J. 11. Lawton, president .. _
fee. wilt wi be taken. Hewing wan indulged in during the c
offering were also used in profusion, carryingout ; Mrs I). M. TOl'lilf i vicc-prcsi ii
--0- the pink nnd white color scheme. afternoon nnd many pretty thing dent; Mrs. J. II. Reese, secretary; and 1 Orlando Paint & Wall Paper Ct
made. Elaborate refreshmentswere
"TIIK: HOL CITY"urmlny Miss Margaret Hart won the prize a were served. Those the Mrs. J. R. Yearby, treasurer. I 205 S. Orange Avenue
1 night, December 16, at dainty l box of correspondence' cards. present were ( .

the Methodist churo.jf The club will he l entertained by Mrs.C. Misses, Lillian Smith, Vida Miller, The Country Club- -has!'! extended an I. COLEMAN &: RIIAN Phone 261

2 rector: Forre Dabney Carr. It. Robinson the second week in Elizabeth; Branham, Lucy nnd Norma invitation to members of the dancingset
Jean I'erson and Mrs. Louis
Gage, ,
(fcganist HelenM. Nicholas. January, 1916.
: of Sanford to attend the dance at
ijloists: Mrs. \\ M. 1\Iurphy,1\Irs. The members of the club arc Mrs. Hewitt. The next regular meetingof the club house this evening, and a
the Bachelor Girls will be with
R. \'. Cobb, Miss Lillian Eldredge: W. C. Essington, Mrs. G. II. Edwards, large number of guests will motorto
the Christmas
Miss after
Mis' Eliza Wript, Miss Deulah Mrs.\ LeRoy B. Giles, Mrs. C. B. Rob- Person Orlando for the affair. CAREY HANDFUNERAL
in honor of Miss Mcllvaine.
Par 'y, Miss Alta Wright Mr. A. P. inson, Mrs. L..H. Gcdge, Mrs. J. Merle holidays,
-oMr. -
:Mrs Hewitt will for the
Curry, Mr. Cestia Lawton. ,McElroy, and Miss Margaret Hart. give a party :: and Mrs. T. Picton Warlow
Bachelor Girls next Thursday.
will entertain at dancing at the Or- DIRECTORAND
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HAVE: YOU FIFTEEN REAL FRIENDS SIRS HOWARD ATIIA ENTERTAINS : lando Country Club Tuesday Decem-

If so: you wilwant) them to receive some evidence of your good will at ....1.. F.I.. CLUB ber 28, in honor of Miss :Mary: Virginia EMBALMERAll

Christmas. Instea of expensive gifts, the custom now to send Christmas Wednesday afternoon, at her pretty Mcllvaine\ nnd Miss\ Helen War-

cards is more uni'trsal than ever. We have prepared a special package of home on South Main\ street, Mrs. low, their daughter.The .

Christmas Greetii' Cards from steel engravings, consisting of fifteen of Howard Atha was hostess for the -0- calls answered Promptly Day
our most popular designs. They come in envelopes all ready to mail and F.L. F.L. Club. The members brought chidlrcn of the Baptist Sunday
.
the lot is for dollar. school are rehearsing under the direction Hand Block.
sent pert-paid one their Christmas needlework and apleasant or Night. |
This assortrent is an unusual value and you will have much satisfaction afternoon was spent in fashioning of Mrs.. E. T. Poulson, for

In sending nch a stylish and artistic token of a Christmas remembrance. pretty gifts.. A dainty naiad their Christmas party, which will l beheld Orlando Florida.
in the Baptist' church on Monday \ -
These cards has for senders and if have card
space name you a plate we course was nerved nt the close of ,

will print them from it at An extra cost of 75e. Order Now, J, I' stevens which the exchange of Christmas. December 27. PHONE 639. REST JENL PHONE 457 I
-o-
EntfTi: \ving Conpany, Atlnntn, Ga.MMMKIMMMMMMIMMIIMMMMMIMMMMM: gifts of n humorous character caused
great merriment. Mrs. T. A."l1n'f)', Jr., and little
daughter, !Margaret llfllv, are with
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Subject Pence and Arbitration.
Highland Udles' Aid\ Societywill
t Lender Mrs J. II. Magruder.
give oyster at the
Piano solo, Miss Heulah !tnont')'. an supper A, CUHT1S WILLIAM. O'NEAL
home of Mrs J. It. McKay, on the
W. C. T. U.
Pong liy quartette
i East Winter Park road I Friday\ He.cember .
.Paper, .Peace and Arbitration! Mrs.J. .
IT. t Everybody;: Invited. Id-lit:
II. MngrUiter.

I'enr sohg bf her* btttt eomhoMtlortjMrs. !' - -...
Jerthellt ttobltublt!! MtirhHy. .
lIECONOMY I'enr!*! nlk, Mr: It' It. ChHsl. SplirellaCovN@l 1 1

A rbhllnl ttettbht*+ I U toHlt1ttt' Id

till who th itlltt>!!*tetj.WHICH 1.
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I : (Not !Mitt in a1titiVt )

lli 1 $ I,Jilt Ii t:!&WMg/:! :\ /tfMHety:! t ef lite+ \ fif a Corset't mmte to fit >you,

M: M:}: ttiHirh\ will |hH1t1) | ) HIV itltrenfenFy I Aa I\ fop a itemoi tr tlon, Insurance Louns Real l Estate t

ttntk Hull\\ fend! teHler! \! Palimhy\ ' plltt ilfattFOrd t to

ftfltrnmm: Mill*! evening: in "ORF (UflAH Rentals
ftfr (Iflnp'Wr'.1I$: tflfP! : fln: 1 Ji1 4st Pine Mrs, Van Buskirk)

itf Rt t. ttiose t tfanMing\ will phavehafa \ r Corset leregoa
donations ,at the store pot 'later e
MagriQlto# Avpt OrlandoFavorite
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That over half a million men in
New York state voted for suffrage; ESTABLISHED! 1MI
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five times as many that is to say,
as make up the whole United States TODAY'S PROGRAM I

army?-Alice Duer Miller in N. Y. Selig presents William Farnum in

CAN HE APPLIED TO AUTOMOBILES, AS WELL AS Tribune. From the"THE famous SPOILERS"book by Rex Beech, IlilMIMtMIMIMIIMilllMIIIMMMMIMMMMMMSAXON

I - produced by Cohn Campbell,
ANY OTHER NECESSARY BUSINESS EXPENSE The Entre Nous Club was delightfully in nine reels.
entertained yesterday afternoonby A gripping sensational photo-drama
of Alaskan Life.
Mrs. J. Y. Cheney at her home on Show starts at one o'clock
Lakeview avenue. Admission five and ten cents.
ASK ANY DODGE OWNER WHAT IT COSTS TO
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OPERATE THE DODGE, INCLUDING GASOLINE, I

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the price. Equipped with Timpkin axles and bearings

Meerchaum PipesPHARMACY throughout, electric starter and lights, genuine leather

I upholstery and all refinements of a $2,000.00 automobile.Let .

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l Fill up voui5 )hihbftntl1* hhirl drawer fur ChFMma!:I=he will thank slid mu4 L heartily. Shirt!*
SHOPPERS an! id way* thankfully( received' Our holiday frtneK* tune brought i forth the \:@fY I talent t !: colors{ patterns SHOPPEFS
a nd f llrip1i, Men effects in //iilk: erepe de ehine, linen! flannel, madras! Nubian i eonK?
@ltp, I'rieed at 9\ and up,

JEWELRY

Christmas Hosiery A well /Dejected gift pf /some practical article pf J jewelry i is a sure way to please A man for Fancy Liners,
Christmas, Jewelry that he can put to everyday use 'is the Hind! 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, Band embroidered Madeira writ. In sets,
etc., at a big range of centerpieces, scarfs, etc., etc. ,
"Gordon" Silk Hose, $1.00 and $1.50 box. prices.HANDKERCHIEFS
Lunch
Sets, 13 pieces, from $5.QJ to$1U
"Gordon" Lisle Hose, 4 pairs in box.___$1.00
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Centerpieces from $1.25 to u _______ 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 ____u___...... 7.60
Phoenix Children's Hose, 4 pairs in box $1.00 surpassed for its vastness, good values and fine qualities. We have omitted nothing that would Hemstitched Madeira work
make handkerchief display complete. An unusually fine of linens, silks and silk and :
Children's Lisle Hose, 2 pairs in box.. 50c. a array
Lunch ________
linen mixtures in plain effects initial, border and pattern designs. Also combination sets of handkerchiefs napkins each __ ______ ssc.
hosiery and neckwear. Lunch squares, $1.00 to -----.---..___$3J50
Hemstitched scarfs, 75c<< to .....,..__. 3.00
"Kayser" Silk: Under NECKWEARNeckwear

for Christmas arouses a man's real enthusiasm. We have selected this season a
VestsVery display: of neckwear that makes all previous stocks look small. Perhaps never before was such a Fancy Handkerchiefs ,
large, well balanced stock shown. Every good fabric, every attractive color, every novel pattern, *
special: A cleaning,: up of this make in every new shape i is represented. Boxed or singly Our Christmas assortment;
Silk Vests in white and colors. Regular Prices is most unique in its completeness.Pure ,
range from $1.98 to $4.50. BATH ROBESIf Irish Linen. Genuine ]Hand Embroid

you want to cheer a man up-if you want to make him comfortable, happy and win his
At Half Price friendship for life, give him a bath or lounging robe for Christmas. Our Christmas displays ery.Prices from 15
show all the newest effects at moderate prices.SMOKING. cents to
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JACKETSGive 65 cents each

Comfey SlippersWomen's "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's appreciation. Our stocks this Silk
Comfy Slippers, all colors $1.50 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 ex-

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

Men's Overcoats CANES AND UMBRELLASWhen

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

Special Xmas price Hats[ caps pajamas! underwear, hosiery sweaters and many other sensible articles to be Pricedfrom35c to$1.50
found! hero make splendid Christmas gifts. The man receiving them will be doubly thankful-
$16.50 for a practical gift is always more acceptable than useless! one. Our Christmas displays show
wonderfully fine selections of practical gifts for men-at prices )'ou'lIldndly pay.

MUFFLERSWhen Boudoir{ Capsthe

Ostrich Boas demand for this
the shrill winds blow and when the dint! flies a man is more than pleaded! to possess! dainty fantalale liner
n muffler Mufflers are heredities ta the matt whu wishes! to be well dressed and thoroughly protected on the Inrreage. The Christmas assortmentjust
HO just ttrelttd, In black, Black and White \ And they are mightV. acceptable Christmai ltresettts'e! have! nn excellent holiday In Juatlflea their |,ouUHlri). Never before
and toWn. Mtkh tiluitt Value. stuck tit them including nil the t tholcest t color, pattern* ahd textures' hate! we! shown curb beautiful combination r effects. .


Priced for quick gelling GLOVES Prices. from 3Bc
(Uluitn idttn.v be taunted on t n4 high hidden fur the ftmtHte position In the rank of range
$1.98, $3,50 and $5,00 I'hiMmft* tfifl* fur+ men: \\'@ hd\t\ them fur drew and stieet vsenr=anti fur gutting, motoiing to $2.00
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We have all the condiments necessary farI Fruits. #Figs anldcAlinca Meats,
I New Nuts, both whole and shelled; New Popcorn,
The kind of Cheese we carry, Includes
the Christmas Pudding, Pies and what not I Stuffed and whole Dates, Limberger, Imported Roquefort, Neufchatel, Cream, Snap.Crystalized .
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WEDNESDAY CARD CLUB NOTICE OF MEETING ..
O.L cIo
Qlrluwn Mrs. Jas. I. Thornton proved a very Dr. Hanchett will meet the vesper

I ) nritty charming hostess yesterday afternoonto choir of St. Luke's Cathedral this week "GET IT AT ALLEN'S
the Wednesday Card Club at her on Saturday evening at 7:30 o'clock :

home, 209 East Jackson street. Even to permit members to attend the concert 1
though the season is one of the busiest of the Mendelssohn Club Thurs; :
SOCIAL CALENDAI Chorus: Forty voices.ProgramPart. Christmas demands crowding out day. j fl flk

Thursday December 1 I. much of the social life there was

Rosalind Club afternoon par' 1. Introduction. pipe organ. nevertheless a good attendance and a SOCIETY NOT- .' INTEREST
Christmas party Twentieth entury 2. "No Shadows Yonder.. delightful time. The ever fascinating -
Club Mrs. A. R. Rogue Jstess.! 3. My Soul la Athirst for God. game of "five hundred" predominated Miss Pleasaunce Baker daughter
Here and There Club. of Mr. and Mrs. C. II. who
4. At Eventide It Shall Baker
Country Club dance. lie Light. Mrs. W. C. McLean making
Mendelssohn Club presen Gaul 5. They That Sow in Tears. high score reside near Zellwood departed a few
"Holy City." 0. Eye: Hath Not Seen. The hostess was assisted by Mrs days ago for Baltimore where she
Friday, December '. 7. For Thee 0 Dear, Dear Country. A. A. Carmack with the serving of acted as bridesmaid yesterday at the rH -
AIr I n. B. Scott entertainwt brldgoI
wedding of her cousin Mr. Eusti
,
I jWhonor of MU\ Ethel: Imblyn. 8. Thine lit the Kingdom. perfection salad olives hot biscuit
W. C. 1'. U.; tonic, "I'8AC'ejlnd Arbitration Part II. nut bread coffee with whipped cream. Henry Thomas who was united i In
," Mrs\ J. B. MaH"i\ leadTIII marriage to MU Marian Ancker,
9. intermezzo, pipe orgAn. And Fluffed date, all of which WAS
lr. both of Baltimore( the wedding occurring .
- 10. A New Heaven and a New Earth.; very appetizing And fully enjoyed.The .
:: HOLY err: 11. To the Lord Our God. club will meet with Mra. J. A. Club. nt 0:3Q:: o'clock At the ArurtJr Till: HL'ST: C.IITS.. ON Tilt: Till':!.'. will I II* articles ot Jewelry

The MendvlMohn! Club ,night, 1 December 12.: The Fining Pot la for .Silver. Abberger, fit her home on the cornerof from this", rutablUhment. We are proud of our stuck Choose

10th. will prci cnln concert 11.: Thene Are They Which Came Church and, Liberty streets, Wednesday Mr*. I;. C. Hosklnn-0- will entertain H your (gifts and let u* lay them aside. for you
Haul' sacred cantata, 'The! Holy 14. They Shall Hunger No More. December :29th.
n number of little people nt her home,
City," at the Methodist lurch, tight; 15. List' the Cherubic Host. Enjoying Mr*. Thornton', hospitality t tL
: tomorrow at.
:21.1! Kidgevtood avenue, ALLEN JEWELERS.
& CO.
o'clock. The soloist an :horus have ., 1C. Great and Marvellous\ Are Thy were Mesdames J. U. Lawton, tvrnoon In celebration of the birthday ,
spent much time in rehirslng, no a. Words. K. P. Sperry; W. C. McLean, W. E.
anniversaries of her three chll
finished t looked forward I --0- Hudson! W. G. Johnson, A. R. Cogue, !
program; may dren !Ruth Edwin and all of dI
Gregory,
Josiah Ferris, E. J. Temple J. A.
,
to. Knowing public's appreciation MRS. MERLE McELUOY HOSTESS which occur in this month. = r .Ocl I
of the effort of the club The Bridge Luncheon Club was yes Abberger. E E. Jenkins T. W. Math-

in similar work in the >st seasons, a terday most charmingly entertained ews, W. M. Lege S. B. Chalfant C. C. The Elks have-planned- for an enjoyable (S --
audience is expend. As there J. Merle her Reichard A. A. Carmack T. II.
large I I by Mrs. McElroy at time at their this PREPARING FOR
Home even
will be no sale of ticks it is hoped home on Lucerne Circle. This is the Thompson R. C. Hallock, O. S. Robinson J have extended invita- CHRISTMAS NOW
will be the I II. B. Mjers, Miss Cynthia Mc- ing. They an
the will" offerit
"free
second meeting of the club the first
.I tion to all in good satnding to come f A little touch of paint here and there
usual price of admissil to these fine having been held last week at Mrs.J. Kee. I j around at 7:30 o'clock and participate Y will put the house in shape for the
musicales enabling tl club to meet S. McEwan's.A --0-- in "the event of the season." 1 holiday season. Let us fill your
the expenses of the e-ning.: five course luncheon was served HACHELOR GIRLS ENTERTAINEDThe I wants in the paint line. We handle
Bachelor Girls were entertained -0I only pure goods and can provide you
-oNo -- yesterday, the table being attractively s
Officers of the St. James
with
I Society
requirement. Our
for yesterday by Miss Norma Gage at every guar
admission willbe charged arranged in silver candlestickswith '
antee with sell.
have been elected for the coming yea everything we
the of "Thelloly City." A the Wyoming hotel. Instead of bridge I _
concert and
I pink candles pink roses
follows Mrs. J. B. Lawton
as : president -
free will offering wl be taken. I were also used in profusion, carryingout sewing was indulged in during the I ; Mrs. D. M. ToplilT vicepresident ? P3
I the and white color scheme. afternoon and many pretty things Orlandogoes Paint & Wall
--0- pink made. Elaborate refreshmentswere ; Mrs. J. IL Reese, secretary; and 1iqa F 1 %! Paper Ct
"THE HOL CITE.Thursday I Miss Margaret Hart won the prize, a were
served. Those the I j Mrs. J. R. Yearby, treasurer. 205 S. Orange Avenue
night, December 16, at dainty box of correspondence cards. present were 1-0- '

the Methodist ehurd.Directori The club will be entertained by Mrs.c Elisabeth Misses Lillian llranham Smith, Vida And Norma Miller, The Country Club has extended an COLEMAN': & HHAN Phone 261 l
Vottei Dabney Carr \ It. Robinson the second week in Lucy
members of the da
Imitation to tic ing
Jean Person and Mrs. Louis
Gage, ,
Organist! IfelenM Nicholas! January, iolrt! ,
pet of Sanford to attend the dance at
BoloUtsi! ( MM \\ M. Murphy, MM.It The members tt the club\ nee MM Hewitt, The hext regular meeting ,
tin chili lnHi=e this! eVehihtf, and n
of the, ItarheW( (Hrta will tip' with
I I' tot.li, Miss! Lillian Llilrnle; W t'. fr!lhton, MM ((I.! If Edward, large I number tit tUt''tFiViIl! motor
MU l 1''.lien! WiKit, MiM lleulrthIfotwy MM, Leltoy II (Uilt'*', MM (C. II, Hob Ml" Person, after. the CltiGtmaah.li.IAys tu fltI lh"! fur (the "Ifltll'. CAREY HANDFUNERAL
linhof if Mia Mrltvitillt'.
MIM Alt* ,VthtM, Mr. A. I1, inenh, MM.! Ik If. (ledge, MM J. Mite (IM
=0=
('lIfr)', ?Mt (',.tin t.awten.' I MtT.lrey: and l MU Maftft tt>t Halt IIActlplnr MM Hewitt(jula, will next give Thursday H party fur (the, Mr and MIP 'I', I'knnVntlaw( ,

mil enteitaii 1 t at tUwint at (the: Or- DIRECTORAND
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IIAVI! YOU 1'IITKKN.. URAL .FIUKNDS("': ) MKN' IIOIIUTII..\ t;STJ'n.1"JSH ; lamia Country Club Tuead4y, J Pwem

If POI; you willwant them to receive eoroe evidence of your good will at I'.I", F.L.' nun! |,er gs, in honor ot MM Mary Vir' EMBALMER

Christmas Jnsteai of expensive gifts, the custom now to send Christmas Wednesday Afternoon, at her pretty ginJ4 Mfllvaine and Mias Helen WAr-

cards ia more wnl" real 1 than ever We have prepared a special package of home on South; Main street Mrs. low their daughter,

Christmas Greet jig Cards from steel engravings, consisting of fifteen of Howard Atha was hostess for the -0- All calls answered Promptly Day
cur most pepulai designs They come in envelopes all ready to mail and F.L F.I Club The members brought The chidlren of the Baptist Sunday
the lot is sent pet-paid for one dollar. their Christmas needlework and a school are rehearsing under the di- or Night. Hand Block. II
This assortrent is an unusual value and you will have much satisfac- pleasant afternoon was spent in fash- rection of Mrs E. T. Poulson for

tion in sending ach a stylish and artistic token of a Christmas remembrance. ioning pretty gifts. A dainty salad their Christmas party which will beheld
Orlando Florida.
These cards have space for senders name and if you have a card plate we course was served, at the close of in the Baptist church on Monday -

will print them from it at an extra cost of 75c. Order Now, J, P. Stevens which the exchange of Christmas December 27.- I PHONE 639. RESIUENIEPDONE 457. I
Eng"ving Ga.
Conpany Atlanta gifts of a humorous character caused
great merriment. Mrs. T. A. Yancey Jr., and little
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DECEMBER 17, 3 O'CLOCK

Subject Peace and Arbitration.
The Highland Ladies' Aid Societywill
Leader Mrs. J. B. Magruder.
give an oyster supper at the
Piano solo Miss Beulah Rooney. I FRANK A. CUKTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL
home of Mrs. J. B. McKay on the
Song by W. C. T. U. quartette.
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Paper Peace and Arbitration Mrs.J. .
17. Everybody invited. 16-2t
B. Magruder.
Peace song of her own composition

s' Mrs. Jeanette Robinson Murphy. S
Peace talk Mrs. C. D. Christ. I SpirellaCorsets
A cordial welcome is extended to
all who tre interested.NOTICE. I
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(Not sold in stores)

The Ladies' Sewing Society of the Wear a Corset made to fit you.

M. E. church will hold an' apron Ask for a demonstration.Send Loans Real Estate
fancy work and food sale Saturday postcard to

afternoon and evening in "Our Gro-
cery Company's" store on East Pine Mrs. Van Buskirk Rentals

street. All those donating will please Corsetiere

have donations at the store not later .
308 Magnolia Ave. OrlandoFavorite
than 2 o'clock.

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ECONOMYS That over half a million men in
New York state voted for suffrage; ESTABLISHED IMC

five times as many that is to say
as make up the whole United States TODAY'S PROGRAM

army?-Alice Duer ?Miller in N. Y. Selig presents William Farnum in
CAN BE APPLIED I Tribune. "TilE SPOILERS"From MiiiMMIIillllllillMIIIIIMSAXON . . . . . . . . . . .
.TO AUTOMOBILES: AS WELL AS the famous book by Rex Beech
- produced by Cohn Campbell,
ANY OTHER NECESSARY BUSINESS EXPENSE. The Entre Nous Club was delightfully in nine reels.
I entertained yesterday afternoonby A gripping sensational photodramaof
Alaskan Life.
Mrs. J. Y. Cheney at her home on Show
starts at one o'clock
Lakeview avenue. Admission five and ten cents.
ASK ANY DODGE OWNER WHAT IT COSTS TO
SIX $785.00F.
OPERATE THE DODGE, INCLUDING GASOLINE, I

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to ride in it. The only cheap thing about the Saxon is

the price. Equipped with Timpkin axles and bearings

Meerchaum PipesPHARMACY throughout, electric starter and lights genuine leather

I upholstery and all refinements of a 2000.00 automobile.Let .

AT 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

JW.I PHILLIPS & SONS Reo and Saxon.PALMS.




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HOW'-THE ZEPPELIN BOMBSBREAD I FRANCE NEEDS COAL HONOR FOR FLETCHER I I AN ANNOUNCEMENT

WINDOWS I desire to express my thanks to
New York.-Demand for American Washington, D. C., Dec. 14.Sen the many friends who gave me their
London.Why do window panes coal by the French government is be- ator Fletcher, because of his great patronage during the life of the Ca-

broken by a Zvppelin bomb explosionfall I coming so urgent and the shortage of knowledge of rural credits, is madea ruthers hile I & Gore ,Grocery of Our, and also
was Grocery
outward This question is causing steamships for its transportation so member of the banking and currency Company. I manager hope to be able to serve I
a dicsussion here. acute that coal dealers here say committee in the committee as- you with groceries again in January,
A Chester schoolmaster says the France may be compelled before longto signments. as I expect to open another groceryas
soon as arrangements can be
explosion causes a wave of condensedair establish a government fleet of made.

to strike the window and force it steamers to obtain an adequate sup- "Among the difficulties of American At the present time you will find "sturdy as the oak"
inwards a little. This suddenly compresses ply of fuel. Ordinarily( they say farmers," says the report, "are me at the Racket Store of Mr. Geo.
the air in contact vttth" the France consumes 60,000,000 tons of lack of familiarity with the remoteness :McCulloch, where I will be pleased' to

inner surface of the glass and the re- coal a year, about half of which she from the actual machinery and help you select Very truly your Christmas yours, gifts. Fours Sixes and Eights: -Speeders, Roadsters and Touring Cart.

acticn of this increased pressure sup has hitherto obtained from Germany. distribution of finance; absence of M2-14.3tc E. II. GORE. $795 to $1570, 1<\ O. II. Factory.In .
ports the glass like a cushion. The I I I Belgium and England. Reports- that order or system in the conduct of
air condensation travels as a wave to : France now needs 25,000,000 tons their own business! transactions; Inadequacy the Oakland you get power with the added feeling that you

the tlr.irslte wall of the room, whereit from this country to fulfill her annual of storage facilities for drive the best looking car on the road. The Oakland Northway
I I..* : ,1"ted and sent- back to the requirements are said by local dealers their- products; and I Ignorance of what IF BACK HURTS Motor speeds up to 2,500 revolutions per minute, but that is only

window, thus pushing it outwards, to be exaggerated but they. assert their- products really are in terms of half the story of the wonderful responsive power of the Oakland

liy this time., however. the wave of the French requirements. are far beyond market phraseology. A producer of Fours, Sixes nnd Eights.{ The motor is the most powerful made.
condensation due to the explosion has any amount which this country n manufactured! article knows whatit BEGIN G GPlush ON SALTS With its small bore long stroke and large valves, speed of revolu

nrriml.! Bo the combined extra pressure .' hm ever been called upon to supplyto is and what It costs. He knows i I tions mentis a continuous flow of power It means not only' smooth

Inside and dferenwd. |pressure> any other nation. this better than the buyer. The rt'i i going on the level road, but ft hill climbing ability ul1sUt1n99Plt:

outside send the glass into the street.. Exports! her say that not only "e-rlle- I III true In agriculture. Thus di i
the Kidney at Once when heck*
we the heed bf standards e11dpro(1es" !
tl' !! !
Fhthre but most bf the tturoteahiitul :
| fcchy: 6f Bladder bothets-Meat
r\'r.U\-'Utl H MHAW roll TIttiIIt1LIIAh : hifthjr Mouth Amtllrrth hnlluhs fut tttlt ttH6 i ht.Hit OaklandFours
) ttA1Gq are ItiHilhrf tit this rotihtry for earth
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't h@ptilIH( Hth'lllkttH' !i ftFe Ideal (OLD) '1IMKHM; !: IHpWIJ1\Clm t fnH OT wefflnfl who Hte meat rprty =
Will ltHpt\ Metnnnfin Wit!* atml Maitland (ran wake a mistake' 111 l rluiiiHd! '''' and Sixes
it fill W6k-8Ut MFe hNmeR it, ft* : the kMitcj '..ititm.tlj! HIS a vtf\\-\\:
l It tu I itF i lm molt ht the future Jml.lifitR. Mutt l I'Ioilressiv@ I@pr@: Rhiek flays! the kidney, |It rw j w t they! are not only powerful, they are the most t strikingly handsome

mval' : The track;\ \\iI'I\ l e i in !the Ii@nMlly@f !tit committees! announced Netere gnaw Nlnrm l: elnpeistily i filter, pr strwn, wily J part of' jars on the read i
lbw wants anti ns 'from the I..14.l
(pink\ ff* Fowlitinn f 'Ami peed racing il1 i today hy Republican leaderMann, New York, NY:The center of I'qI 'f et ecli;pala. Nearly alltrowels rhenma. I|=F|>ing Wedge Ifnw Give Ia\ t Wind HNstanre
assur@ neeemM till, 14 and 85. MFt discloses that veteran! RepuMipan one fif the heaviest! snow !storms: this Him, bes44Fbes: !in\ I1l1rHHt ;!,=11QW! Center of (Gravity with Usual Road Clearance3t :
Id P, Allen has the friend!' hip anti\ members who Here defeated in tH! li section has euperienced in !several: : ness, constipation i| 4i})iJ.\lnll* 1illllP'liiiJlll' =fireat Strength f with I Went Weight

t thanks< Af each anti every horseman, win not be returned to their former years passed northeast pf New York I bladder' aiiOrder parse from sluggish ki4neyi. 4.,-lih Speed Motor with Great! Tower

for (the poMrtesy etei"ed} by. him is important committee places. today, leaving in its wake A tangleof ''I 1(he moment you feel a dull ache in the 5r Economy with Luxury
beyond expectation.Two "Uncle Joe" Cannon I is given sixth broken telegraph poles and wires, 'ineyg or your back hurts or if the
lady drivers have arrived and I(I place on the appropriations committee railroad trains stalled in snow driftsor I 'tie U cloudy, offensive, full of sedi- These are Oakland points of SUPERIORITY, all of which are
nt, irregular of passage or attendeda found in no other car,
can be seen daily working their Years ago he was chairman. long delayed, and a large portion sensation of scalding,get about four
t horses. I(I Representative Slemp, Virginia, isa of New York, New Jersey, Pennsyl- uncea of Jad Salts from any reliable LEi US SHOW YOU-THE CAR IS WAITING

Nancy Patchen, 2:2-1-4& the good new member of this important com- vania and New England blanketed ilmrmacy and take a tablespoonful i.. t
roan mare belonging to Mr. J, M. mittee. with snow from six to fifteen inches 4 glass of water before breakfast for a

Razor, of Waynesville, N. C.. became deep. few fine.days This and famous your kidneys salts is will made then from act J. B. Magruder Jr.

entangled in the stall, but her trainer, GATHERING FOR CHURCH CONFERENCE the acid of grapes and lemon juioe, combined ,
C.V.. Bush, does not consider her AT TAMPA JONES GOES JUST TilE SAME, with lithia and has been used for PHONE 34
condition serious. AND THEN SOME generations to flush clogged kidneys and
stimulate them to activity, also to neu
Messrs., Gip Haden and Jno. Graves, Jacksonville, Fla., Dec. 14.-Methodist Route No. 1 tralize the acids in urine so it no longer
of Pottstown Pa., are the two new ministers of Jacksonville and r West Bound-Read Downa. causes irritation, thus ending bladder dis-
arrivals at the track and will super- vicinity will leave this afternoon for .m. a.m. p.m orders. S
intend the conditioning of several Orlando u______ 6:30 10:15 3:00 Jad Salts is inexpensive and can ,
Tampa for the purpose of attendingthe Ocoee __________ 7:30 11:15 4:00 not injure; makes a delightful effervescent I
prospects. annual Florida conference, which Winter Garden __ 7:45 11:30 4:15 lithia-water drink which all regular I ORLANDO ROOFINGANt
opens in the Cigar City tomorrow Oakland _______ 8:00 4:30 meat eaters should take now and
then to keep the kidneys clean and the
East Bound-Read Up
SOUTH FLORIDA FAIR
morning and which continues over a Orlando ________ 9:30 1:30 6:00 Mood pure thereby avoiding serious
Tampa.-Officers of the South period of three days. Ocoee __________ 8:30 12:30 5:00 oev complications kid-j
Florida Fair, to be held here Febru- Between 150 and 200 ministers and Winter Garden __' 8:15 12:15 4:45 SHEET METAL CO

ary 4 to 12, want it distinctly under- a large number of laymen are expected Oakland _____n 8:00 4:30 I
stood that there will be no offensive, to be in attendance on the deliberations Fare

catch-penny amusement attractionson of the conference, and from Orlando Ocoee to-___________Straight__55c. Round$1.00 DR. J. M. MASTERS Metal Slate Tile Tin Asbestos
the grounds, only those of a high all indications it will be one of the Winter Garden _____65c. 1.20 ,
class being secured for the entertain most successful of its kind ever at- Oakland ___________75c. 1.40 and Rubber
Route No. 2 GRAND VIEW SANITARIUM Roofings
ment of the public and to assist in tempted.
South Bound-Read Down I
promoting the fair which is not held --jltLl m. a.m. p.Orlando m. Port Orange, Florida M'ta)
for profit, in future years. "If we (I CONNECTICUT PLEASURE _______1;'7:00 10:15 5:00 Cornices Skylights. Healing, Ventilating, Ceilings
had one cheap attraction at the fair, 34.000 Pine Castle _____ 7:30. 10:45 5:30 I
CARS Taft __________ 7:45 11:00 5:45 .
and shod make $1,000 from its operation North Bound-Read Upa. Devoted to treatment Nose Works: 14 E. Church St. ORLANDO
I would still feel' that we had .
Hartford, Conn.-Connecticut automobile m. a.m. p.m.
suffered an irreparable loss" said Orlando ________ 8:30 11:45 6:30 Throat and Lungs. All facilitiesfor
Brorein while discussing department officials do not I Pine Castle _____ 8:00 11:15 6:00
President W. G.
believe in the hyphenated numbering Taft ___________ 7:45 11:00 5:45 scientific and successful
street carnivals that have system adopted by New York state Fare-Pine Castle, 20c.; Taft, 30c.
recently been held. in some Florida for automobile markers. For the Children under 12, half fare. treatment.
cities. Furthermore, the sale of in* first time this year an effort will be Will pick you up anywhere on the Whatever Else You Buy for
and the road for 5 cents a mile. We buy
toxicating liquors on near made to have the new 1918 automobile anything and everything and do all
grounds will not be allowed, and gambling Markers in the hands of owners kinds fcf messages for you We hate
will be prohibited. M they can be used tort January i.By fine. ears and will make extra trip \W ENtttitJAN Christmas
after the chow 5 fares
br more!
that date It Is! expected theme will A chahW bf for eehts fof Suit eases! UtE SEtl tdfctttAWdtt
EA; ft L ttUtN be about 34,000 pleasure! cars in this the bthe> large1! btlhdleS!! bH Route1 Nb.. You must have CHHsthias Crthk (Our line thin ypnr is
JatksohVillethe" first!! traiti bf the blare! Il{ Ahd B WHt9. bH tibtite1; Nb. 2. 'fofbfefcOHAtlNrJ wow varied and beautiful! than th-t@F before
AlldhlW toast Lihe1! talffbad'a' HeW --- BbbSl the BU 1! It Is belief IhaH tJAINtINti, fete,
t lilh lId L'ti>clal' i fcMVlee tieJlartHiffbW ; theh l! iUftl.d'Af\fl\ the eariy hhuhp@F( &gets t the ei-eum bf the stoeki Whether! !
Multi ttH Nell UIWAltetd@en JUN 80Ni.
+ hfrl-e t/tttlfftiay W FHlH& fbF fcl: i t iiuUB none OoD nbt Ltd), lihoflll II' yt+U buy w nut, Ill is a pleasure! to have you ti rttmbuF with A, W ftitet dl.vUlBH : {
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IHlml1flF fir IRIlF "t11urlsls" t8UfHI! far l h"t! few IH tilt! trtRctiM!! : gtInFFUpt@I @ Meat Market Inc. TUN AHUAIIH noon AND MUHIU.
hw have II"JI I ft dueeyl all Iw! twn! !and!' Yftneoy 81011"a
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A- NitW- lit't'" t.tNtttr It'ltat' llhln BMy-nvp( .. ahU Pf' !her> 1 Ti AiVANGIV.Jrt, .PrM, and Mir,
= (ml she |I. till) It picture! ,al' Inllltl"t!! OHIANDQ FIQKIDAWholeinlo MRS. MARY A, COX
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HI ( ANNOUNCEAn :
I ullier( tiiyiiitiiher I.II"-lilill. steal' and Retail Deolar in Choice
AltlUIttttl\ will\ tttterMM" $ .N. 1.lIti. 1111''
within the very IllIlIr 'future bpttveeti" ! 1 Florida nnd Welt ern Meut K' Ii (the Kaihion to give HOU {li the Ii thawm I Lovely dtshljfnl i) (hat'

IU Hvmlniik hoist' nt Winter rack, plt'>Ate at A glance because l (hey IH@ .1i0 UnHSHul l Ali o Hair nrnaminti ,
the MiittantI. ft, anil the Alinmnnte nl' NM NKWW .IIFFICII. (lJ"Hpr, NI,,,,lf,, "o"II'J''PR"ltlllpli, flanif, >lll, that 'lend harm (to (the Wearer and Dainty VeMees, (Jnimpe anti V oilare,

Spring rifllel' ami, inlirmedits J p Qlf ( iHe -===- laifiil, Attaches.. !1 Httil .nd., Owl tf Ttwn OrdiriRutlMM All the Newest Arrival from the 'leading. Maker nf New York
has received H new! Btudebffcer < Nehrlinir, land-pape gardener
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but which I will > ,and horticulturist, has opened a new\ 'MOUI / Hi
carry many JlMbttn
Aealdenae 1)1 Ctft Or nf Ave anti., Church' Id
pern. Watch the Pentinel for further office! in the room north\ M the sends! 110 Summerlin Place Orlando, Fla.

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Cannons that Shoot Cornets, Trombones, Ladies Neckware, Hose, Handkerchiefs, Etc. J
Dolls, Dressed Dolls of'All Sizes and Prices. 1
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Velocepedes, Automobiles, Irish Mail, Carts Holiday ,
ing Ware and Dishes. SCHOENHUT ART DOLLS i j-
Rocking Horses, Doll Carriages, Trunks, Neckties, Suspenders and Hose, inFancy j i

Kitchen Cabinets, Furniture, Tool 1 Chests, Boxes. 1

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(WLANPQ( CONCRETE( "Militarists Have Failed Worse MMiMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMIiiMIMMMI"No

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407 Song St Phone 495 Than Pacifists"-Oscar. S. StrausCharleston Nursery Tree Is A First-Class Tree j

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Contractors for All Classes of S. C. Dec. 14.-While nance of a single power. It must be Unless Budded
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Concrete Buildings. All Indorsing national preparedness and done by a unity of power, by unitingthe

Work First Class urging world-wide international fed- nations as guardians of the rights I
from Bearingtrees i
Also Manufacturers of eration as a means to prevent war, of each nation, on the same principle

Oscar. S. Strauss, newly elected New :I as we constitute the power of the
Concrete Building Blocks of every I I
York first district public service com- forty-eight states of our Union as the
designs, White Way Posts, I I of known
mission chairman, defended the rec- guardians of the rights of each state. \ a
Gates and Fence Posts, Lawn
ord of the pacifists in a speech here I "While righteousness exalteth a
Benches, Art Work, Vaces of
this evening before the Southern j nation, the present war gives uncon-
any size or design, Walks, Steps, I m Quantity anA
Commercial Congress. Though the troverted proof that righteousness ; 4
Fish Ponds, Fountains etc. I
peace congress had failed to preventthe I will not protect a nation unless all
Faced with
Building Blocks I
great war, he said, militarism had (I other nations are likewise exalted by
Granite Coquina, Gravel or Quality of Pro-
also failed to preserve peace. righteousness. I
other material. Call and see
any I
"The failure of the militarists has "National weakness does not make
samples. .
been certainly as decisive and infin- for peace. On the contrary, as the
g duction.O.W.Conner. .
itely more appalling than has been world is at present constituted, it invites !

Plans and Estimates MadeConvinced the failure of the peace advocates in a disregard for fundamental i ,

achieving their ends," he said. rights, it invites aggression and war. I .

"All the nations that are now arrayed Power and preparedness within limitations ..

against one another in their I I have a restraining influence Trees like these will work for you while you sleep. They can't be
death dealing trenches want peace; I I and are most helpful in leading controversies grown overnight it takes time. Contract for YOUR supply NOW.
yet each of them at the present time I I to settlement by peaceful
regards kith hostility every effort to negotiations. A nation without power -
"Yes," said the specialist, as he .bring about peace, because hone of is compelled often to submit eitherto
"I
stood by the sick contractor can
eure ou!' them is willing to make concessiohs conquest or Id humiliating conditihs. Two years ago in their advertising arid by actual demonstration THE OCKLAWAHANUttgEtUES
"What'Will It cost," asked the sick which wilt Insure the of justice! first-class
peace began to educate(! t the public as to what really? constituted A teal I. \
maH faintly."Nthetyflte frohi the andbbies hate been devised, but
distinguished t pride "Mahy blahs
as
dollars tree of citrus fruits, The public when shown in our test groves what ruutd be aerumpllslt@d "
"V shade pFie@ !IoH fof Victory, hone, 1H my judgttteht J : ) has laid a better nursery
ft little ou!,"will replied have to the! feohtrfteldf rBUF! "I "As! we survey the histafy of hi- t foundation for international peate! by planting l trees a they are grown in uur nurseries began to call for yes, DEMAND

got :' V'a' i fbm the! Uhdertakef;" tine: we! find three: distinct tnethudef than has!j been adopted by the League trees that were properly propagated'1 TODAY nurseries! that have not b@@n in elf} a

end hid fpwiftliot competitor! stood I $!\pat the tin jytii;\ his! p fl @ f wsrld 6f anUfltiftn were developed ta Knfwree: J'eare: That plan( briefly itenee five\ years, are clamoring "i'tiDIUHHigD"I for their strong' suit in nursery produe*

we are PI$ tifl\iU\ 'in/ ew \lifl@6f t died! and found wanting. The Mated, eensisted! ef three previsions! tion What would YOU do in their place, Mr, Planter Why of course you would sell your
'rk and anitary eanditieng( !! itreval I: llret"'>t of these was the dominance @tmtlhmil l let All justiciable! \ iye.tiflns| shall AU13
HtfM.WI and YOU
will ( on tfie eare tree? and adopt the surest! method, Hut you are a HUYEH!; not ft : ,
a stay world 8neh international court
"tt l pay JTHU i liy+ t great iiiwera, In subject+ ( to AH
@< Mil Wit flreeee under Alexander, end: All 'questions!I thai are not !subject \): interested' in the very \best t result you can net from your grove when! you have ppent' your

OrlandoSteam \vhnsp invincible phalanx dominated t : tn Judicial' determination!\ !shall!\ be time and,I money to \bring it into bearing,

Europe, Asia and Africa-! submitted! 'tq a council of conciliation! !\ Then do not be!; mislead!; by etaim intended for that purpose alone, but buy your trees where

"Following the' Napoleonic wars, for hearing, consideration\ and reromrnemlatlnn. ,- you flrp absolutely\ safe, lot them from the OmU4A W AnA NUHSKUIKa, the originators'

Laundry t there Was. developed, a eecand. method flrd. The powers shall of proper practices 'In pmpugatM for the en press purpose of producing the one thing
of keeping the the system of use (their joint forces, economic and
I''ItNC1tpttY) Ot.E1ANf\UB the balance of power peace and of the concert military, against any one nf their t'lortda' .need In' the market flret\ 'clued fruit and' plenty of it,

,AUNtlKnt'ltI'llONli(+ lid of Hurope: under which (instead, number who goes ta war before, submitting Our treed will cost you more, may be fifteen\ to thirty cents more!, but Professor! Hhamel's

88 of one dominant nation( several na Us differences, as provided in work in California has demonstrated that an increase! of 50 per cent can be obtained our t

-- HotHt united together in effehiive end the fofegtdtig provisions, witty, over the ordinary method of propagation, What then is the fifteen to thirty cents in t
defensive! alllahi'es, ThU (dan devel: "It IB to lie' hulled. that but nf the comparison CATALOGUE I FIIISB I =Write for it i
S. Helen Graves need| in DUr day in tt \third arrange* extreme! suffering and+l naerilU'es (that e
11I111I": which It Weft hefted that this war impose!, there may be' PUpreme .
Manieurinf Facial l Mai*
8hempaalnR, >
lilt If", 8@alp given' under peace and Order would' lie maintained wisdom among. the naHnni!
modern l @tnl"tmentr J f\IIIPil\ ?My among. UI nations through (group} )Either( there will be a new day nr a
treatmenti have given entirely Fatita@tory ,, alliance\ IIU'II'll' the triple alliance darker night\ Ocklawaha Nurseries

niaMage!!! reaulta.wit relieve An peneestion@I@etri@aI, .and 1 1I. flit the one side and the triple entente "Civilised man! must reeognUe that!
in a wonderful pure for neuralgia' and' OK the other there fa something more important *
nervous treuldea! It stimulate every "These l several methods and plans, than the individual! that that is the 0' W Conner. Proprietor, Tangerine, Florida
organ in the body and brings tack ta frr m Alexander the Qreat to William ,nation! and that there Is somethingmore :-9 .
good circulation! Just try one,
JO\l"rice* for switches of the best quailty }. the Second, have alt collapsed important than the nation, and Florid i
on aplieation, Apointments can MAs the guardian\ of peace there that is the world, Instead of a gen.. i G. WRIGHT Agent Orlando
be made by phone 679, I{ours 9 to must be devised not merely a strong* eral staff in each nation preparingfor ,

13 A, m.Ito6p.in, er power, but a stronger power devoted war, we needs must have a gen.

PARLORSYawell.Auckwerth Building to the maintenance of peace. eral staff of the "United Nations preparing 1" " " " . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..
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Room No. 1 Orlando. Florida This can not be done by the domi for peace. " " " " "

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I For One Day RATES SENTINEL WANT ADS ARE READ BY 10,000 PEOPLE For Six Days RATES I j i

For Three Daya _::-=___50c For One Month :::::.iis':

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FOR RENT-Large two story fur-
nished dwelling, modern conveniences !C J
two sleeping porches, two H R. BERRY
blocks from postoffice, corner Jackson ..
and West 'streets. Jas. A. Knox. I
ll-24-tf .

FOR RENT-Furnished room, for a I A complete line of Ford Accessories
RE AtESTATE moderate price. 603 East Central
avenue. 12-9-6t ; a staff of expert mechanics FOR SALEA

FOR RLNT-Nicely furnished rooms, to render satisfaction in all
in new, modern home; one-half .JustReal
block from Anderson street, near St. lines of Automobile Repair
OPP. SAN JUAN Luke's hospital. Reasonable rates for,
v v / the season. 406 Margaret street. EstateTRACY I I Work. Vulcanizing: Oils and
fine lot 55 ft.
'MOTEL. 10-29-tf by 130 ft. on
1 t Gasoline and fair and
----- -- square

TO RENT-Large room, with board, & SpMERVILLE-Carpenters ', S. West St. $2300.
FARM LAWSDROVESfffSES suitable for two people. Reason- and cabinet: makers. Screen I prices.
able. All conveniences. Close in. doors and windows, frames, sleeping
/ LOTS. 212 East Jackson. Phone 406. porches, counters, shelving; show
12-4-tfc cases, refrigerators, alterations and
additions. We keep a number of For Nine Years
-- -- TO RENT-Furnished, for light I skilled workmen constantly on hand.
FOR SALE housekeeping, two cosy rooms with 18 East Church street. 12-2-lmo
We have been in business at the
sleeping porch. New house: also I C.A.HOVEYAdvertise
pleasant apartment of three or four NOTARY PUBLIC, with seal. I makea
FOR SALE-Dwelling, six rooms, rooms, bath and electrics. Price I si"ialty of deeds, mortgages, same location Corner of South
practically new, nice condition, with moderate. 200 West Concord Avenue.12126t. '.,leases, contracts, etc. Price very rea-
lawn, bearing citrus fruit trees, roses, i isonable. Mrs. H. B. Leake, 45 East Main and Church Streets.
and shrubbery; near Lake Eola; very I Pine street. Phone 179. 11-9-lmoc I
desirable location. $4,000, terms. FOR RENT-Attractive business ---- Phone 226Orlando's
Address "Owner," Box 33, Orlando, room. See H. R. Berry, at the Ford
Fla. 11-16-lmoc Garage. 11-11-tf Leading Repair Shop

I CLINT BASS and GarageEXCURSION
FOR SALE-One new 1916 touringcar WANTED
body, top, windshield and lamps.A 1 PHONE 875
bargain. Act quick. Ford Garage, WANTED-To list all kinds of prop- -- in the Sentinel
209 South Orange avenue. 11-13-tic: erty for sale or rent. I am having West Jefferson Street
manp applications for houses, fur-
nished and unfurnished. I will be Successor to
FOR SALE AT BARGAIN glad to list what you have. Mrs. RATESUnas
Or will rent completely furnished, II. B. Leake, 45 East Pine street.; Hand Wood CompanyWood
new, modern and attractive home, Phone 179. 10-8-dw-lmo
lawn and shrubbery, near Lake
pretty
Iola:: ; two stories, five rooms, bath, LOST of All Kinds Account of Hammond & GoreFUNERAL
screened sleeping porch, and summer
dining room. Address Owner, Box LOST-Small open faced watch on I PROMPT SERVICEREASONABLE
397, or call at 312 Broadway.1110dwtf. pin between Lake Luceine and the PRICE C HolidaysVia DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERSReal
Empire hotel.' Monogram L. B. L. on I
back. Return to Orlando Bank and
FOR SALE-A] good five room house, Trust Co. and receive reward. Values
in fine condition, in good location; 11-3-tfc .. I Low Prices
hot and cold water; three lots; a bargain -
for quick buyer. Call at the LOST-In Winter Park or Orlando, I COMPARE
Summerlin.: 11-20-tfc one tan cloth raincoat, marked A-I ': More People Atlantic Coast Line
or A-G-I on manufacturer's label.
FOR SALE-Fine saddle horse,cheap. Reward if returned to this office. ;I OUR FURNITUREWe
See Jas. L. Giles. 11-25-tfc 12-12-tfc Standard Railroad of the South
1 Eat at the Model than at all

FOR SALE-Large refrigerator and MISCELLANEOUS provide the quality of furniture that has long been accepted -
other market fixtures, cheap. Jas. other restaurants in Orlando by knowing furniture buyers as the standard of merit. If

A. Knox. 11-27-tfc CEO. T. HULL CO. combined-there is a reason. an article is here it is good. It wouldn't be here were it otherwise.We .
Phone 103. Rock Bldg. ,Room 3.
"Tickets sold Dec. 17th to 25th
can't make this point too clear-it is one of the foundation
FOR SALE-One Blickensderfer & Call and see us if interested in real
Underwood typewriter, cheap. Ad- estate. Buy, sell or exchange prop- The Model is always reliable.It inclusive, limited to reach orig- stones of this business and that means much to any buyer.
12-5-12tc Rentals carefully attended to.
dress Box 612. erty.
never raises its prices. You
1191mocAT
inal starting point by midnight
wood, 14
round oak
FOR SALE-Dry
strand deliv- CHRISTMAS will be proudto get the chicken and turkey din- '
inches long, $2 per you January 10th. McNEILL & DAVIS BLOCK
ered; $1 at farm, near Conway store.A. give photographs if made at
S. Hodges, Route 1, Orlando. Evans', No. 102 North Main one block ners the same as all others.
12-9-lmoc north of court house. Make the appointment Corner Orange Ave. and Church Street, Orlando, Florida
now. Phone 125. Our 25cmeals and 15c spec- I

FOC SALE-240 acres of land, good 11-23-lmoc For Information Call on
wlo house, land is partly ials make it possible to live well
story I
W. D.
cleared, excellent farming and cattle Umbrellas *covered and repaired WHITE, D. T. A.
raising section. A bargain. Address "while you wait." ax Young's Repair at a moderate cost. W. R. O'NEAL, C. P. & T. A I i 1-
:M. L. Calvin, Winter Garden, Fla.
Shop, 21 E. Pine St.; Orlando
12-9-6t -- Oysters -fresh----- every day.- Try a Want Ad in the Sentinel

FOR SALE-FOR RENT-Houses, FOR RENT-Large airy room, in
Also new modern home, conven-
furnished and unfurnished. every
some splendid lots. Call and see whatI ience, unexcelled for surroundings; OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
have to offer before you buy or one-half block jitney bus; kitchenetteif Lumber, Latham: and Sl1.irtgles
rent. Mrs. H. B. Leake, 45 East Pin desired. Reasonable. Phone 682.
street or 312 Broadway. Phone 179. Call 10 East Amelia. 12-14-Gtc ,
10-8-dw.lmo
FOR RENT-Two nicely furnished
AUTO BARGAINS-1912 Reo touring rooms for light housekeeping, to The ModelCafeSlefflons'
car 'a doors, good repair tires adults only; splendid! location on
nearly heflr t party here with America street and Lucerne Circle;
$100 pets it. Also i cylinder Reo by year or neason. Apply to Mrs.
with light truck body $50. These Sutton, No. 2 America street
are ble bargain Geo. I.. Bate & 12.1 Son, AltamonU Springs, Florida 0)3LANDOCement
12.7.tt Milliner

FORD TOUU1NG CAU, In good l eon.dttlon. Phone 3 for
Terms If desired' l hlUl. 1' Agalite Plaster and Lime
flow 1.12-tMfc: FISH ANI OYSTERS LADIES' HATS

CllllI>IU.Y8; HATS
Foil 8AI.K:-$100 cash will secure fresh Every Day -
one of these lots It you will build W. offer a choice election of
upon it. Owner will take mortgage rilE WALDECKER FISH CO. Ladle Velvet hats at 2.00, $3.00,
ut 0 per rent. Lot 45x135 at $KOO;
$' ,00, $5.00, $6.00.
lot 60x100 at $300' lot 165x165 at 39 West Church Street
$1,000. Located on East Amelia aye* Chlldrena flats $1.00, $1.50 and up.
nue with southern exposure. Inquireat Our styles are so good-and, our
504 Magnolia avenue. 12-lO-6tc - - - ----- --- -- reasonable that
prices are so you will

FOR SALE OR RENT-By owner, Will Sacrifice And our store the best place in the
two of the prettiest bungalows in city for millinery.
town. Each has six large rooms, hall
and bath, with all modern conven Siemens' Millinery
iences. One just about completed 10,000 t
other one to be completed by 25th of Store
December; nice lots and fine location U
near Lake Cherokee. Price $3,500 I'I'I
GUARANTEED TREES f
and $3,250; cash payment and terms. I.
Also a four room bungalow in north-
eastern part of town. This bungalowand Best and PromptestAuto
1 lot 50 by 150 feet, $950 or II All True To Name il -

with 2 lots $1050; cash and terms. 5 to 7 foot trees Livery .
Address Kentucky Home, 511 Palmer I
street, Orlando. Phone 686. 50c EACHAll
12-15-1moc I Service
leading varieties budded on
FOR SALE-Brand new Ford road
and grapefruit roots from
ster at a bargain. Palms Auto sour 5-PASSENGER
Co. 12-15-3tc known stock.Conway.

FOR SALE-By Palms Auto Co., I
f $2400 six cylinder 7 passenger' NurseryR.
Chalmers car, equipped with brand : BUICK CARWe
new tires all around. Price 1000. !
12-15-3tc Orlando R R I.
The Indian
'I WayAccording
FOR RENT call anywhere at any time


MODEL room First KINDERGARTEN Methodist church, primary; telephone WIVES, MOTHERS, DAUGHTERS Gordon's' Transfer Co to the Redskin the Paleface made a big fire and sat around it-the Indian a little fire and sat

221, or call 14 East Jackson SWEETHEARTS on it.That's.

street. -- -10-20-tfc- 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
FOR RENT-Furnished flat for light CHRISTMAS IS HAULING OF ALL KINDS
housekeeping; also large furnished I I the furnace and making most of the house unliveable.How .

oms; 1 block from center oft COMING much more sensible to follow the Indian's advice! A little fire in a Gas Heater will warm the
209 Palmetto street. 11-27-tfc
Plants
Pansy RoseBushes
-- ----------- Buy the "Men" a Box of right spot without overheating the rest of the_room. The bath-room can be made comfortable in the
FOR RENT-Summer cottage; also
suite of four rooms with 3 beds; Petunia morning without wrestling with the furnace and making your home too hot for comfort during the
also 3 room flat for light housekeep- ,
ir.g; electric lights, bath, telephone, NEW SOUTHCigars PlantsLeave remainder of the day. You will need a little Gas Heater this Fall-why not get it now?
Attractive grounds. $12 per monthup.
10 W. Concord avenue.
11-28-lmc your orders here

FOR RENT Large pleasant' furnished
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rooms, with private family, ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO
cose in. 302 North Orange avenue.
1-12-tfc 1 .Violet Dell Florist.

I|The Tuttle Gift Shop Is located this A Smoke That Will Put ThemIn GAS DEPARTMENTl..r"t
sj-ason on the second floor of Yowell- J. M. CARUTHERS _
JJuckworth building, at left of eleva. a Good Humor For 1916.

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