Title: The morning sentinel
Full Citation
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079945/00589
 Material Information
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 17, 1915
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079945
Volume ID: VID00589
Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 34297093
alephbibnum - 002075052
lccn - sn 96027193
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Other version: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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Miff AlliM Into' r fir we vast ei 4 4ience, estimated at lpo| persons -
Athens, pep, 1 jq,-Pfftctlpftlly! the 1tJWf 111:1$ : i tiUltn) ) t I'rniR"IIh' npN&ed 01|.x4 *' ] tiIlHJNT) !! UI"' P. f3," HbJeh completely filled ,the TIUBI lf" DESTITUTE!

whole' pf Greek: eastern MapedonN t' ta I, s., AI l, r5Q church, every available space being}

has teen abandoned by Greek troops, t Chas. Maunders, 4r . 2iIt.! taken! was held! spellbound, so beautiful -
pausing much satisfaction and reliefIn OKlAHOMA OILMAN MAKES[ OFFER[ .f Mrs. J, F. FrPt$ 1.00*' C CERMONY[ : AT SAINT!.ti I MARGARET'SUr was the composition which was WILL BE TRUMP TO ITALY

allied circles.' H" reported! that .* Cafch 2.50*' given in such a finished manner.

energetic measures will be adopted' Jimmy Callahan Is to Lead the .t Miss Nellie O'Neal t.OO. Herbert Scott Smith Au I I To Mr. Forrest Pabney Carr, their American Ambassador at Rome
immediately to expel) spies infesting + Mr J. C. Howell 2.00. able director is given much credit for
Pittsburgh Nationals Next thorized to Perform Marriage Ordered to Charter All Available
Saloniki. The Bulgarian minister + Busy Little Helpers 1.00. ;the rendition of the Holy City. The
states that the pursuit of the allies Year-Comes From + J. P. Stevens 10.00. Ceremony for Mendelssohn Club has forty voices, Ships to Trans-

into Greek territory will be under. Los AngelesNew + Jas. L. Giles 10.00. the President eight of whom sang the solo parts fer Refugees
taken by Austro-German troops. f artistically, the singers being Mrs.

York Dec. 16.-Peace in the Total . . . . . . . .$120.80 + Washington Dec. 16.-A Washington \V. M. Murphy, Miss Eliza Wright, Rome Dec. 16.-Telegrams from
Austrian Reply Awaited baseball war now seems to hinge ttft ff fff + t marriage license was today issuedto Miss Alta "Wright, Mrs. R. P. Cobb Durazzo state the condition of Serb-
Washington Dec. 16. The state more on the disposition that is to be President Wilson and Mrs. Galt by :Miss Beulah Roney Miss Lillian Eld- ian refugees in Albania to be distress-
department tonight awaited the receipt made of the New York Giants than Twenty-nine great, big, round dol- the District license clerk. redge, Mr. A. P. Curry; and Mr. Ces- ing. Several hundred thousand men,
of the official text of Austria's into the Sentinel Santa tia Lawton. Miss Helen M. Nicholas
any other single feature of the situa- dropped President Wilson gave his occupa- women and children are without food
reply to the demands of the United tion. Tonight this topic exceeds in Claus Fund yesterday. Every dollar tion as president of the United States, :was the organist.Unfortunately and the country is unable tq supply

States in the Ancona case. interest even the speculation of just will go towards making every needy aged 59; Mrs. Gait 43. space does not allow them. The United States governmenthas
It is hoped that this will arrive in what is going to happen tomorrow child in Orlando very very happy on Dr. Herbert Scott Smith rector of I special mention of each solo. The ordered its ambassador at Rometo

time to be decoded and presented at when the delegation from the Amer- Christmas morning. There will be no St. Margaret's Episcopal church, was Holy City is written in two parts and charter all steamers available to

the cabinet meeting tomorrow morn- ican League, en route from Chicago, empty stocking for any sweet faced authorized to unite the contracting !expresses wonderfully both in words send them to bring the Serbian refu- '

ing.It foregathers with the assembled mag- child this year. Generous purses parties. as well as music the emotion of sad- gees to Italy at American expense.
was admitted by officials of the nates of the National League for a have helped the cause along until the ness and joy, the blending of the The condition of the Serbian armyin
department that an unofficial text of Santa Claus Fund whole making it of the
discussion of peace terms.It Sentinel now CALIFORNIA CLIMATE IS NOT one great Albania is improving.
the reply as conveyed in the press seems certain that if the Federals reaches the total of $120.80. It is the GOOD FOR TRAMPSLos masterpieces in sacred music. a

dispatches from Europe has proven are to be pacified the Giants desire that the fund should reach $200 Mr. Jos. L. Guernsey, following ZIONIST COUNCIL TO CELEBRATE t

wholly unsatisfactory. will have to be sold to Harry Sinclair, before Christmas.A Angeles, Cal.-It will be a long part one of the program, made a few J
..The best opinion obtainable in official an Oklahoma oil millionaire and prin- record for one day was shat- road for Weary Willies in southern remarks preliminary to the offering,
circU* regarding the status of This made which then collected. He said
cipal owner of the Newark Federals. tered yesterday. was pos- was
California this winter unless they are New York.-A great tenth anniver-
the relations of the United States and Reports are currept tonight that Sin- sible by J. P. Stevens, of Atlanta, and that the Mendelssohn Club was a
willing to work. sary celebration will be held here tomorrow -
Austria la that a break is nearer now clair offered a million for the Giants Jas. L. Giles, of Orlando, who do- great asset for Orlando and that it
Seven counties in the lower end of by the Zionist Council of
than before but is not necessarily nated each. Mr. Stevens is should be in
supported possible
and that the owners of the club have $10 one the state acted together in preparingfor every Greater New York.
imminent. of Orlando's winter residents. lie is .
the matter under earnest discussion. manner.It
the annual invasion of the 'sons;
connected with the large engraving will be of interest to know that
of rest, who are not behind the mil-
Brief Bulletins Pittsburgh Nationals Get Callahan house of Atlanta, Ga., which bears his lionaires in seeking the most genial $117 was given as the free will offer- Florida Life Told
Mr. Giles needs word to ing last night. The delightful
Callahanwill name. no even-
Chicago, Dec. 16.-Jimmy climate during the winter months.
Ticked Off Wire be /nanager of the Pittsburgh identify him. lie is always ready to The commissioners of the seven ing will be long remembered by all In Brief Flashes
assist a good cause. lovers of the best in music for many
during coming season. counties have determined that a.!
At Late Hour That startling information came from Beginning this morning Miss Co- many roads are being built there will days to come. And Paragraphs
Callahan in rinne Robinson, secretary of the Associated Those who were unable to attend
Pittsburgh tonight. be plenty of useful work for able-
confirmed the He Charities, which will spend the concert may take advantage of
New York report. bodied vagrants. Rock piles and similar Tallahullee.The governor's office
Savannah Ga.--A loss of (100,000 the Sentinel Santa Claus Fund, and the second rendition, which will be
from the Los Angeles club of
comes monuments to industry have been was notified yesterday by telegram
caused by an early morning cotton
which he has been several four other ladies will make purchasesfor sung on Sunday evening immediately
manager established at convenient intervals from Adjutant General J. Clifford R.Foster .
fire today which was In the ware- needy boys and girls and tht'lrrnrt'ntll. following the service at the Methodist I I
lIt'allons. and men arrested for vagrancy will that the state arsenal at St.
house of Pearce & Ilattcy, cotton fac- On the committee with the church. Mr. Carr, after
many requests -
be compelled to serve sentences in Augustine had been reduced to ruinsas
tors. KILLED: 1IY 100 FOOT FALL FROMFLY t.x-reUiry: are Mrs. O. S. Robinson, perfecting the various county good has consented to sing, which result of a fire that originated In
!NO BOAT Miss Rita Lawton Mrs. A. A. Gould, will add to the pleasure of all music
roads systems. the ceiling while every occupant of
Paris.-It is reported from Rome and Mrs. Peebles. lovers.
the building was away at lunch. The
that King Peter of Serbia driven
from his country by the Teutonic Invasion San Diego, Cat., Dec. 10.-Mrs. Continue to urge: your fretnds to WILLY8 DKMKH CONNECTION rifles tents, rounds of ammunition. ,
subscribe to this fund. $200 Is really
will take refuge In Italy, Lucy Comstock, 75, was killed, and needed. Groceries clothes IN AN ALLEUEl) MEUUER A CflRRPrrtn" etc., stored there were a total Ions,
Aviator O. MeyerholTer was severely presents MlM Julia Chapman Is redding ttt but the property was protected to a

Home. -The -Turko-German threat Injured AS a result of a 100 foot fall etc., etc., eat up money mighty tut.ahlt Toledo, Ohl .-=J, N. Willy, precU 110 brace street Instead of the (Jul degree/ by Insurance the state carried
Insure little! and
against Itaypt l: becoming, more from Meyerhoffer's flying boat this Christmas!) every. It U boy dent of the Will)'. Overland company, I land l avenue address AI stated in a on It.
dally In the \belief of militarymen morning present necessary denies, absolutely. the tory concern.log . recent |issue of the Sentinel This wire Will soon followed by a
grave that at I leant |200 be donated. ..
here.KMI'LOYKH. the merger between the WIII8OVtlrlAnd message from the Jacksonville board
and the General. of trade offering temporary quarters ,
; "' : OP WK8TKKN UNION FOREIGN E I G INDUSTRIES Electric: Company Peerless Truck and SECRETARY LABOR in cane a suitable location for the "

TO) nor: VACATION Motor corporation. Mr. Will)'. further arsenal could not be found In Si.
Athene Tomorrow U the date set
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WILL RESIST AMERICA elections orderedby states that neither he nor the Augustine 0 I.AN
for the. new general GIVES ANNUAL REPORT
Effective January 1, 1910, all employe )King Constantine It U expectedthat Willys Overland company U In anyway I
of the commercial department *' only an insignificant vote will directly or indirectly connectedas INTERESTING TREAT AT

and! all messenger,; of the Western Washington, Dec Ifl,-Foreign In. be cast, because the soldiers in the stated in story of the merger. Washington, Dec. 16,-The passing LUCERNE THEATREAt

Union Telegraph company wilt receive dust rlea at the close of the war will field will not be given an opportunityto fTALLMAN of laws that will prevent the trans theatre
vacations with full pay pro use every etrategem of industrial war record their ballot and Veniielos. GOES TO VALDOSTA portation of armed guards or private the Lucerne last night ,
vided have been in continuous to resist the outreach of American industries the audience was treated to something
they the ally leader has asked his adher- police from one state to another by
service for one or more. Those of Commerce Red- Mac Tallman of unusual when II. A. Dietz, of
year Secretary ents to stay away from the polls as a former manager either strikers or employers is urgedon
who have been in continuous service field so declared today in his annual proetst against the stand of their the Grand Amusement company and congress by Secretary of" Labor Springfield, Mass., appeared in an all-
for two years will receive two weeks report to the president. He strongly monarch.In for the past two months associatedwith Wilson in his third annual report to- star specialty feature in which he
vacation, and those more than one urged the for new laws to made a man's sized meal off a coupleof
necessity the last two elections Venizeloshas Cyril Happersett in the moving day. The secretary sees in the enactment -
year, one week vacations. Mrs. Guy protect Americans from the "monop- been upheld by the Greek people. picture business at DeLand, has said of such legislation a great glass test tubes and treated his
Empie, manager of the Orlando office, olistic power" which industries abroad Now, with all the cards stacked his interest to Mr. lIappersett and ina step taken toward the elimination of face to a massage of ground glass.
j will receive two weeks vacation, andlIiss will seek to wield over the United against him, the superficial results of short time will depart for Valdosta, violence and bitterness from labor Mr. Dietz disagrees with the med-
Strickland and Miss Shrimpton States. the election are bound to go againstthe where he has accepted a fine positionin disputes. ical profession in his opinion concern-

two weeks each. Mr. George Bascom The evil should be treated as an great Cretan, called the creatorof the theatrical business. :Mr. Tall- Ways and means of getting the ing the digestibility. of glass as an
Fill enjoy one week's vacation. There attempted wrong to be forbidden modern Greece. man was in Orlando yesterday and jobless to the job is another great article of diet.
I is not a messenger boy in the local rather than as an economic matter will remain here for several days. problem before the department, he At the performances this eveningand
(office who has worked for one continuous which needs to be restrained, Secre- MAKING IMPROVEMENTSThe said. To facilitate this Secretary tomorrow Mr. Dietz will expose
the contraction of the muscles. The
year. Consequently none of the tary Redfield said. AT TilE COUNTRY CLUB Wilson advises that power be vestedin
I boys will get a vacation, although "I should prefer to deal with it bya new proprietor of the Mayer the Interstate Commerce Commis- test tubes and ground glass for last

(they now have something to look' for- method other than tariffs," he said, Candy Kitchen is making so many improvements What is declared to have been the sion to authorize special rates on night's performance were furnishedby

ward to.CASE. "classing it rather as an offense sim- in the store that before largest attendance at a Country Club railroads for such purposes. local drug stores.

ilar to the unfair domestic competition long this popular place on Orange dance was that of last night when a Other pressing needs meriting the
WILL BE CONCLUDED we now forbid. It seems possi- avenue will hardly be recognizable.The large party from Sanford were the attention of congress, Secretary Wilson THE WEATHERFor
TODAY ble that by using the existing machin- entire front of the building has guests of the local club. An unusually lists as follows: Florida: Partly cloudy today;

ery of the treasury department and been changed and the interior is ,be- enjoyable time befell the dancers last Minimizing the unnecessary hard- probably rain in northwest portion;
The casdof'; the State vs. Robert the department of justice we may restrain ing fixed to personally suit the new evening.Mr. ship which injured federal employeshave colder northwest portion; fresh to
|Williams will be concluded today. this foreign unfair competi- owner. t ogo through before obtaining strong southeast and south winds.
Williams faces a murder charge ands tion' on both sides of the sea. I recommend and Mrs. C. E. Graham were redress.

defended by Davis & Giles and therefore that such legislation Messrs. John and Andrew Clock, of among the arrivals on the Tampa Necessity for some steps to be CHRISTMAS NUMBER SUNDAY
igh Newell. State's Attorney Jos. be enacted as will give to the Cleveland' Ohio who have been spend- Special yesterday afternoon. They taken prohibiting aliens voting for Following the custom of past years
Jones is vigorously prosecutinge foreign representatives of the above ing a couple of weeks in Orlando with have been in Greenville, S. C., and federal officers. but increasing the size the Sentinel
case. named departments such added pow- their friends, Messrs. Robert and vicinity for the summer. They are will issue its Christmas number of
ers and increased personnel as they Allen Cohoon enjoying the fishing among the pioneer winter resident Mr. and Mrs. J. H. O'Hara and twenty pages Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Moore and may need for this purpose, and thatit and hunting and looking over the of Orlando and Mr. Graham is an ex- daughter, Miss Laura have recently I

hiM are among those who have re- be enacted if possible that mer- country generally, left yesterday af- tensive property holder and has done arrived in Orlando from Atlantic I The Christmas display at Curtis &

Jently arrived in Orlando to make chandise sold in 'unfair competition'' ternoon for their home. They were great developu.ent work since coming City, N. J., to spend the winter. Theyare O'Neal's is helpful to all Christmas
eir home. They are from St. Pe- or under circumstances which tend to very favorably impressed with this here. Mr. and Mrs. Graham have one for the present nicely located at purchasers. Their windows show onlya
rsburg and drove through in their create a monopoly in behalf of a for- part of Florida and are planning to of the most beautiful homes in the the Avalon, 102 Jefferson street, but few of the many good things they
r rge Hudson touring car. They are eign producer in American markets to return next fall and remain city at 204 Lucerne Circle, where they are looking for a permanent location offer. Most everything is marked to
ted at 104 Garland street. shall be forfeited. throughout the season. will reside during the winter. where they can go to housekeeping. suit your purse.


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South Florida Sentinel Orlando Life In
I Original cost, f.o.b. Orlando.$100.00
HORHJNG AND WEEKLY ParagraphIn North East starting and lighting .
W, .:. GLENN wrw system ?_..__nu__? 100.00 Srofasui RING
C. KHHINKTON .........!._ M..il.t Shock abaorbcrll ............,.. 15,00 'w.'tjrr-- ,

EoUrd ., Ih;; pu t.."me' tt Orttbdo FlorU circuit court Dabe Petty was Sent covers 12.60
*. .. '*ooi d CIM Mill M.tl.r.HUBJCRIIIION Pointed radiator unnUun 23.00 '.tltelMH/a,tattavtr
found not guilty of serious chargesagainst & Thief proof lock nUU"H== 3.bUcost
RATE: him. was taken 632
Dan. I Y fir ..... 11.00 & Total ......, ,u..6.u.OOUrh'tn <
Dall,. Month' 110 yesterday in the case of the State VII n. =
Dally, 1 Month'* Ml only nix months.. What will w w
Dftily. I Month ...tOW ItobcrtyilHanu, a negro who facet you give me In each! Address"Henry
n murder charge. Ford," care Sentinel ofrl .. 12-7-tfc 10 cents and let us fill your order for goods made by the Scott Paper
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_ADTANC1_ I fast race homes speeding around the BABY IN HOWARD'S FAIR

TO ADYBBTlSIBaiCtrf track at the Fair Grounds yesterdayafternoon. BABY SHOW? f Scott's Tissue, lOc., 3 for ...............____....... !
.... That Baby Show, at the coming
for **.1., tJ kit tkt I '
....rtW.. ...1 fe. lull U .l tk ...*la- Five County Fair, is going to be some Waldorf Toilet Paper, 6 for ----------------w-----__2
-. .* tk. HnUl "1.1., Uaa. I .. .. - show.
to fey kW.f .**UctlM.. ThU nlo .,.II** The tourist playground at the cor- Lots of wise people have caught on Scott's Tissue Towels, per package __________________lOc
,...... for e.atr.et.rdd.tt It UU
to.. . .. ..I t. ner of West Church and Hughey and Howard's Studio is stacking up
rt l wtll bo trittlySaUcritwra adbe streets is attracting many visitors.0 pictures galore.Is 5 cents Scott's Baby Dydies, 12 for ________________________lOc
dotlrioc Tho Scatincl dfeeon- your child in it? If not, it is
daood should' notify tko office la writing OBtbo - fault.
date of expiration. oth.,... It will,..boOoBtlaucd Soil analysis work on the government your All children under eight: years. s. We deliver goods anywhere in the city limits. Our
the regular suboerlptioa 1
..til Botieo at to otop U r..1..... lot has ceased for the present. Country as well as city children. Sat- r ;iMrs ; : messenger boy is always ready.
T..k.. N...b r S4 - urday and Wendesday. Absolutely .
no charge. You are favoring us.HOWARD'S a .
FRIDAY DECEMBER 17, 1915. Lake Cherokee is undergoing some
fine improvements. AVENUE "We Give Saving Checks" ,

It seems fairly easy for any of the --0-- 12-5-tfc 10 cents
that the Much building is going on on South
warring powers to prove en.
emy is in sore straits. None of them Osceola street. FOR SALEI

are exactly gaining in wealth or pop NOTICE TO ROSALIND MEMBERSThe ery have trees,seven including thousand several choice varieties nurs- City Drug StoreJ.

ulation.It of orange and grapefruit trees. Will
annual holiday ball of the Rosalind
o sell them in any quantity. Nursery
difficult to the Club will be held on New Year'seve located at entrance to Fair Grounds. L. DEAN, Proprietor Orlando, Florida
is( a little get
Roumanian point of view to the effect and the following rules will govern Harry P. Leu. Phone 8i>. 12-12-Gtc
the invitation of guests by the
how Serbia has
that after seeing poor
alive it is moved to members:
been eaten go 1. Regular and nonresident members And then comes the house. So many FOR SALE!
and do likewise. dollars and anxious moments are
o are privileged to invite two per saved by consulting Cook & Co. "An Idela Suburban

Berlin is reported as worried about sons. The representative man of (Christ building) as to your plans My residence, corner north Orange second floor. Lot, 154 feet front on
and materials. furnish .and Robinson avenues, containing Orange avenue. Grounds
each household is not entitled to come They every- Home"Twenty attractively
the high price of food. When it card but must be in- thing and prompt service. l-12-12-5tc Library, Reception Room, Den Sew- arranged, and sprayed by underground '
comes to high prices of food the on his courtesy ing Room Dining: Room Kitchen system.
United States is right up in the front' cluded in the two invitations allowed acres convenient to Pantry, Grocery Room, Lavatory ali Large garage and log cabin play
rank of preparedness.o if he desires to attend. THE FLORIDA REAL ESTATE city, on hard surface road. Six on first floor, with bath and a sleepIng house, etc. Will sell furnished or un
2. Season and honorary members acres containing four hundred apartment with eleven windows furnished.and .
--- seven closets and storage room on 11-7-lm
The city council of Tampa has de. may invite one person. The representative & INVESTMENT co. I citrus trees just coming into

tided to prohibit the future appearance man of each household is bearing; twelve acres cleared CHARLES P. DOW
and hand not entitled' in come on" his rntirtp v farm land and two acres timber;
of monkeys organs -I invitationto have moved their office to the six house
the streets. The ground, which card, but must receive an comfortable room ,

upon(is wisely taken, is that such per attend. ,Benedict Residence, 114 East barn and irrigating plant.

fortnances are cruel to the animal and 3. The names of all desired guest Central Avenue and hope to It will pay you to investigatethis.
must be sent In writing to the chair .
debase the sensibilities of childish meet our clients and many new
man of the Invitation! committee .In. Price $.1,500.00F.AJillace
tl edatou. to acquainted with
one get us
leo. It. Newell, on or before Decent "Why Not"Send
DO IT. TODAY 0 bar 19th. No names will bo consid and our methods of doing bu !-

I of ,red after this date. I nt'IVo buy and ,nell Real -
This fund U the outgrowth< a
great need. It la essentially the child Ada Dumb,, secretary B-2t I [Estate\ nnd Mortgages, loan a box of assorted Grapefruit, Oranges and Tangerines

i It created because securities and to your friends at home?
of neceaaity wag money on good
+ . .f.t + + + + ft. Co
i there were people in Orlando whom dill!HTM AH MONCY! 4' advance money to parties intending Really 10 pounds .____...........__________________..$1.35
of their
f. misfortune had deprived to build homes on easy 20 pounds _____..,{, $2.00
birthright of happlne at Christmas To turn your hCUfIlot, farm, --------------------------

time-because there were little children I shop, store or market Into ready i terms. Dank Guarantee for our Room 3 Arcade Express Prepaid.
cash seek the valuable assistance t transactions.
who gnawed out their hearts
Phone 117
I in bitterness, and who learned too that Sentinel Ado, render HENRY BENEDICT PRES.

early to hate the world when Christ every day! .

I mal morning came and showed their Start a Sentinel Ad. working f* Orlando Seed & Produce Co.
+ tomorrow!
stockings empty, while other children
I tftii4' + + + + + + *

t.. the maybe street next had door been, maybe remembered.just across It Grove for Sale! 206 S. Orange Ave. Phone 166

was created because there were pea AND THEN SOME 80 acre Lakesite, 35 acres in Grove; 2200 fine bearing
pIe who know what it was to be hungry
budded trees; 300 Seedlings. Close to brick road and
t. and cold on Christmas day. Route No. 1
I. There certain and West Bound-Read Downa. town.
are men womenin
.m. s.m. p.m House, Barns, Outbuildings.
Orlando who are very desolate Orlando ________ 6:30 10:15 3:00 Lucerne Theatre December 23

when Christmas comes because they Ocoee _________ 7:30 11:15 4:00 Big SACRIFICE for QUICK SALE
are alone, and they miss'the happi- Winter Garden __ 7:45 11:30 4:15 ONE JOYOUS, JUBILANT NIGHT
of for Oakland _______ 8:00 4:30 EXCLUSIVE SALE
ness giving-which a man or
woman is a happiness hardly transcended Orlando ________ 9:30 1:30 6:00
by a child's happiness of re Ocoee ________u 8:30 12:30 5:00 OSCAR F. HODGE PRESENTS
ceiving. These people turn to the Winter Garden __ 8:15 12:15 4:45 Orlando Real Estate Co.
Oakland _______ 8:00 4:30 NEAL O'BRIENAnd
Sentinel's Empty Stocking Fund, and Fare E. B. BRADLEY

give to it with gratitude. Orlando to-- Straight Round 42 WATKINS BLOCK PHONE 504
t Those who are working for this Ocoee _____________55c. $1.00 His Great American MINSTRELSWith
Winter Garden _____65c. 1.20
fund are very busy this year, helping Oakland :: I-:_:==:=75c.. 1.40 everything new and more people, more songs dances acts stories and
to create the fund helping to disburse -
I Route No. 2 illlllllttHllilllllillllHlllllllllliltlililltlilI special features than ever before. Two new skits by MR. O'BRIEN.
it. Are you going to help South Bound-Read Downa.

them? If so, address your contribu- .m. a.m. p.m. "DARKTOWN'S BRAVEST FIGHTING THE FLAMES"AND
t. Orlando ________ 7:00 10:15 5:00 :
tions to the Sentinel. I Unas C Cards and Booklets !
Pine Castle _____ 7:39 10:45 5:30
o Taft ___________ 7:45 11:00 5:45 "THE PENNY ARCADE.
t. ARE YOU GOING TO North Bound"'=Read Upa. .
CONTRIBUTE TO THE .m. a.m. p.m. Prices SOc. to $1.50 Seats at JVIcHroy'n Pharmacy.
Orlando ________ 8:30 11:45 6:30 Exquisite selectionfrom lc. up). Also Souvenirs,
EMPTY STOCKING FUND? Pine Castle _____ 8:00 11:15 6:00 Novelties, Toys, Japanese Novelties, Stationery, '
J .-- It is the purpose of those who are Taft ___________ 7:45 11:00 5:45
4 working for the Sentinel's Christmas Fare-Pine Castle, 20c.; Taft, 30c. and Magazines. '

Fund not to allow the shadow of an Children under 12, half fare.
t Will pick you up anywhere on the 22 W. Church St.
empty stocking to fall across a single road for 5 cents a mile. We buy Drl.nham & HI-II
home in Orlando if it can possi- anything and everything and do all i ONE BLOCK EAST A. C. L. DEPOT CHRIST BUILDING
bly be avoided. This all goes to show kinds of messages for you. We have f

I how open-hearted Orlandoites and after fine cars the show and for will 5 make or more extra fares.A trip. "i M 11111 111111 M11111111111 M 111 i 111 i 11 i 111 -- - - 8% 1 10%

people in this vicinity really are. charge of 10 cents for suit cases
What a blessing, too, that our people and other large bundles on Route No.
r are that way, for there are a number 1. and 5 cents on Route No. 2.
Boost the Bus! It is better than
f in this section whose cases are the street car.MORTON PURE FOOD STORE $ WE furnish our clients with Investments yielding a
pathetic. There are little girls and H. JONES & SONS.

t boys and others, whose Christmas Phone 586. GroceriesCHRISTMAS regular net income, payable monthly, quarterly or an-

hungry hearts are just yearning for -' nually.

t some one to be their Goodfellow.If Oakland Six, $875 F. O. B. Orlando.

you want to enjoy some of the HINTSRaisins WE handle all kinds of Building Materials and furnish

i real happiness of the yuletide season
Almonds Brazil Nuts, Pecans, plans and estimates free.AND .
yourself, send your mite to the Sentinel Currents, Walnuts, ,
: and at the same time you might Citron, Orange Peel, Lemon Peel, Cluster Raisins, Burnett 1

look over the poor people' in your end Extracts, Burnett's Cake Coloring.The .
Above Are All Fresh Stock : .
of town and see where Santa is likelyto

skip. Send in their names and the Phone 203 No. 8 W. Church St. CONSTRUCTION-
committee will do the rest. It takes "Oakland cars are sold everywhere.

money to carry on a campaign like .

this, and we appeal to your gener
osity. 11111111111 U 11111111111111111111111111111111111111.'

Perhaps this shuddery, chilling ,, ..

shadow has never crossed your thres- INVESTMENTS : G. C. MontgomeryWe
hold, but nevertheless it is really

something to be frightened at. Thereare
only seven more days until Municipal and Industrial have employed the service of G. C. Montgc.' for

Christmas, and if you intend giving.
o Bonds, Mortgages on Improved our painting department. Cars overhauled and painted.
: In feeds costs a little more, but is worth much more.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY Property.S Prices for Fords, $10.00 to $20.00; Any cars $10 to $50.
: Our feeds are BEST Quality. Ask those who use them. .
FOR RENT-Furnished house. 410 .
North Orange avenue. 12-17-3t per cent.

WANTED-A position as cook, matron Interest upon Investments of .
companion housekeeper or Co. CHALMERS MOTOR CAR CO.
anything at all. Address L. E. M., unquestioned security. The Co-Opertive Produce .
No. 114 East Concord avenue, Orlando -
Fla. 12-17-6t- t W. S. DeWitt, Mgr. No. 10 E. Church St. PHONE 447'HMIilMMIiililllilllllllMIIMHIillllllllllllHI:.
CHAS. P. DOW Freeman V. D. Phillips, Mgr
LOST-On the streets of Orlando
y yesterday a ladies' diamond ring. The Peoples National Bank : 14 EAST CHURCH STREET. PHONE 223.
-. 1 Finder please return to H. E. Waters : \
- t at the San Juan hotel, and receive re .
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YOU) AIIH INYIti'lll1'O' ) COMH 'TO THH 1)I) I I'O'I'' AND) HUM WHIil'OMH HIM TO OIII.ANIHI, (tiWI'fOlfll t PAVIIHIIi MO'1'I11911' Hid(
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SAntA CUus Letter Box on Main Floor o
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Christmas Sale Ladies Suits and Dresses, Silks and Serges, it > ,
All the Latest Models I

$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
$9.00 SUITS OR DRESSES FOR ..........$ 7.75 FOR..SI6.25 I '$;
$19.00 SUITS OR DRESSES $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
.... .....S 8.50
$10.00 SUITS OR DRESSES FOR. $20.00 SUITS OR DRESSES FOR...........$17.50 $38.50 SUITS OR DRESSES FOR ..........$32.75
.... .....S 9.25e
'j $14.50 SUITS OR DRESSES FOR...........$12.00 $22.50 SUITS OR DRESSES FOR...........$19.25 $39.50 SUITS OR DRESSES FOR...........$33.50
$15.00 SUITS OR DRESSES FOR..... ....$12.75 21.00 SUITS OR DRESSES FOR...........$20.00 $42.50 SUITS OR DRESSES FOR...........$33.75

$16.00 SUITS OR DRESSES FOR........... $13.50 $25.00 SUITS OR DRESSES FOR...........$21.50 $45.00 SUITS OR DRESSES FOR...........$34.75
$16.50 SUITS OR DRESSES FOR...........$13.75 $27.50 SUITS OR DRESSES FOR...........$23.50 $47.50 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...........$40.00

$18.00 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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PARK NEWS banker of Providence Rhode Island, COMING

was the guest of R. W. Greene, phys- ROBINSON & BEARDALLATTORNEYATLAW
ical director at Rollins, Wednesdayand Mr. Oscar F. Hodge manager of
Thursday. Mr. Earl is spendingthe Neil O'Brien and his Great American
winter at Tampa, but seemed Mnistrels, proudly announces that the
Work on the erection of Winter No. 4 West Pine Sreet
greatly pleased with Winter Park and 1916 edition is the best they have
Park's new city hall and jail was begun No Leaking in
the college in particular. ever presented and with confidencethat
yesterday morning and last it will please, for this year they Phone 161 Your Pocket,

night after laying: the foundation for HAVE A SON have more people, more variety of "a. Because No
the proposed building, work was
: acts and special features and of an Air Around the
at the order of Ed. F. Keezel,
. stopped chairman of the council committeein Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Odom, of 507 even higher quality than in any pre- DAVIS & GILESATTORNEYSATLAW Point. How About
East street, are receiving the con- vious year. In Mr. O'Brien's more
charge of construction. An Edison Pen .. .
gratulations of their friends upon the than twenty years experience in min- makes writing i easier than ..,
will be until the
Operations delayed arrival of their first heir, a fine baby streldom he has become acquaintedwith talking.Theinkflowsfreelythe.
reaching of a settlement of the diffi- boy, who the stork presented to themon all the minstrel talent worth Phone 72 One of
culty arising from the objection of a 12. lie and has used this instant you touch red to
Sunday night, December while experienceand
Rooms 6 6 7 8-
number of citizens! to the location of rarer stops when you
is the first child in the home. The acquaintance in making up thisseason's
Davis & McNeill Block your pen tip.
the building in the North Park. An
young man has a fine start in life program. Besides this he Note the two little
t injunction would Hare been served toslop with a weight of 8 i-2 pounds. Kohame has gladly availed himself of "tips tnlar: re< ttbirs in the 'titThese for a
operations* and the action of Mf. pretty though has been selected giveh hint by interested friehds ahd indicated Lt the .tto*.

freeze! was taken in order id prevent for the ybtmg hian( whb Is beihggiteH !! \ !! the fe deeb little! fe shy Unnecessary utipieaahthe I tat-ht Victor Starbuck obits l hbld+ Ink lit readiness
cordial \tetCl1hH
it !
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which Might hates! !resulted had this W
> t I this I is the futirth! yedF this! 6F aHifdtibH Il1k jrid h ld Ii h 1t yNtif ChristmasGift
boUtse! tieeH pliFstieti. A iaFge1 t! hUtrUtte'F !If. H. W: HcHekeF whd reeehlly"!! has ItfceH bft tttUF HHtI the fact AtttnIN:AT;LAW )+kH IWlit thE i;il+tf: 1
I 6f 61tlztti:. har@ dlfMtty! Mgntti i; tkFHted iH OrlaHdd lF6ni MehttlrkV 8H that It MUFHS! 18 pFaellwHjF f eHFH Phone 161 f ht H- deWRRMHt! '* t thl
the petit! ii circulated\ ; I'V t rid. It foal it HHit\ tit fHlfII
: a visit! te his I+aFphts\ J Hevi and MF!: tSWR i the! b@4 evidefiee that it { lAd
I I fiviE tIV8F ItijildiRIf la\ pehiM in t the th@ vmlm ef th@ j: I H): t HeRfektFi! f Wtl elated\ en atSfc 111tH: srs: No. W. Pine 811 1 Orlaml Fla I mlY: I1IF',B t I sak IRfltt:! ,i\lm\IqthI t ?

riHtt: [ I Latt's he pitdli i1'pllR1lThe! Ihe$ Nil! O'Hnen MiRslFeN! are new 't1 j3fF! I IEmRII'
Ihi erigirial> tteft(.] gift! \\hifhtrtAftrr eperaUftR: was\ FtFF@ssfHI! {: !!f l and h@ i is F9 will pttftMithM!\ in the! (citiM= : ef in pcnl: 1II419 f t:: 'ItPARl9deinailttl :
f: IJ th@ fnrk prpprfty lai t th@ iF41ioF
rapidly gaining hU !tr@Hith: firfHit thit\ t theiF y+\ nm nave! @v@FYFARfl c }
9 tRwn i 14 MM\ Ihoud kv@! {: \ "l sq f9 Q.pQ.
theiFAM !
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I'tat@4't Ih41 t the t 'laps' hA4h One pf PMF gualanlee '
Hl4v 'qq 'located MM. T"Hle'l Gift from NM t they hgylt AIprF4' iJ\\ R RAY WHITEVTTABNFY 11ftesgI cnNNi14tciyen ,
,Ql4v' fQF ,pgrk PHrPQese, !9q4 t that J1qfhtc' 'Shop:; .W. se soql I ff f pot be sure the pqs thrpe year'IMF,, pronewill' J> I'UJfhit.t.Jdllan .
4itltmtr ) # I be+. erected: upon yog do. H?-$-ItF
have reason IQ believe that they wiltprtser.t. :: Pen Ca
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lflISTM.1STRY a program up to the high ''' -H.u
title tQ .the original owner or hU t
Neil O'Brien Minstrel standard.Mr. Room 44 Petersburg, Va.
!Hodge,in behalf of Mr. O'Brien, USED EVlMUHEftC: : .
It I U hoped that a settlement of Watkins Block Orlando, Fla. SOLD BYLUCERNE /
his associates and himself, thanks the
these difficulties may be quickly F. O. STONE UAKINO CO.
theatre goers of Orlando for the excellent -
reached, and that the constructionwork
Sold in Winter Park by patronage afforded him in the PHARMACY
be completed as soon as
may F. W. SHEPHERD: past and hopes for a renewal of same Worthington BlackmanATTORNEYATLAW 1
possible, whether the building be located -
when the Neil O'Brien Great Amer- We Give Sating Checks
in the park or elsewhere.
Room No. 3, Schultz Bid ican Minstrels come to the Lucerneon
When in Kis immee Visit the Palace Drug Store
Thursday night, December 23.
TEK SUPPER -- Dr. C. W. Fain -
about Rooms 13 and 14 Yowell-Duck
WANTED-Messenger boy
At a meeting of the Lakeside Club, DENTIST
held in the club rooms last evening, fourteen years old with wheel. worth Building. 11111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111'
Office Hours: 8 to 12, 2 to 5. Apply Western Union Telegraph of-
it was decided to give an oyster sup- I !.
WINTER PARK. FLA. fice. 12-17-3tc
per next Monday evening, as a fare- .
well party for those of the students Phone 72
who are leaving to spend the Christmas -
holidays at home. The Lakeside THE ALTAMONTEALTAMONTE :

affairs are always enjoyable, as the SPRINGS, FLORIDA Paul V. HutchinsAttorney ,
club has a reputation for furnishing

plenty of real entertainment, as well NOW OPEN and Counsellor at Law That you will make no mistake in the purchase of :

as "eats," and the fortunate students Be sure and take the delightful 10 mile auto ride from Orlando,
x. who belong to the organization are and see the "Beauty spot of all Florida." Delightful hotel with
every modern improvement. 500 feet of broad piazzas, overlooking Davis & McNeil Bldg !
looking forward to the MADE IN
party Mondaywith two lovely lakes, and over 40 acres in beautiful parks. Golf, Tennis ORLANDO FLA. BOND CIGARS :
great anticipations.Chas. Roque, Bowling on the green, Billiard and Pool Hall, Bowling Alleys, ,_
Boats, Orange Grove, all free to our guests. Finest fishing and .
Ramsey and Jeff Hewlett shooting. The Altamonte is noted for its magnificent location, delightful I: '
noted patronage and social life, (Good orchestra), Excellence of Dr. F. i: for Christmas to he knows what TRey ,
were among the Winter Park cuisine and service, and purest water in the south. F. Thompson your gifts men, as

people who spent several' hours in GEO. E. BATES & SON, Owner and Proprieters. I: are and guarantees that they are O. K. ,
Orlando last evening. DentistFormerly I' Place your orders now with the only Exclusive Cigar

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7E FIT GLASSES. GRIND LENSES Tires, Shock Absorbers and Extra Tire ,

It :
t OPTICAl' R Parttllra

Ii j Buick 40 at $400 j

i 1 ON YOUR GROCERIES ! SURVEYINGPlating > :, New Tires and New Paint ,:

and Sub-Dividing :. :

Does hat interest )'ou1 We submit herewith a few prices on staple articles of PROMPT AND WORK ACCURATE :. Winter Park Auto Co. iii ':

I standard quality. Study these prices and compare them with the prices you have been .

pa'ing.Ve offer other goods at prices in proportion. HAL A.Engineer IRISHCivil i OPEN DAY AND NIGHTI'liiiiMIIMMIMMMIMMMIMMMMilMIMMIIMIO

Capitola Flour (best patent) 24-lb. bag___$ .90 Fancy head rice per lb. ___...__.________ .S,i
47 Watkins Rldg., Orlando, Fla.

Olympia Self Rising Flour ....._________ .90 Broken rice, per lb. .._____.............. .41%

Dove Brand Hams, per Ib. ............... .22 Fairy soap, per cake ___________.._______ .04 ACCIDENT HEALTH

Dove Brand Breakfast Bacon, Ib. ......... .25 Ivory soap, per cake .................... .04 F. A. PEPPERCORN LIABILITY AUTOMOBILEBURGLARY

Yellow Yam Potatoes, per bushel ........ .95) Octagon soap, per take ................. .04 GUILDER and CONTRACTOR PLATE GLASS

Tomatoes, No. 2, per doz. ................ 1.00 Lenox soap, eight cake for .uanaua .25 Phone

St. Kcgls Coffee, per lb. ......_...._...__ .30 Nabob Pure Apple Vinegar, per gal nnn .35

I Del!I Atones Coffee, per Ib ________________ .28II Toasted Corn Flake, per dos package! ... .05

National Oat, per dot. package ......... 1,05 L. Percival Hutton
*! J Coffee, per' Ib ......--..-----.--- ..22DeSoto :
Pure Georgia I Cane Syrup, per gal.--- .55 Georgia Casualty CompanyGEO.
Coffee, per I Ib. _____n____________ 22 37 Liberty St., New York, N.Y
Klawa five-string brooms, each ..unun .40
Alto (coffee and chicory) per lb. ......... 21 ARCIiITECT
Altapsu four-string brooms each .32:
A. IIUTCIiINSON, General Agent.
Cozy Cup (coffee and chicory) per lb. nn ,19 Oconee four-string brooms .............. .23 McNeill-Davis Building Orlando

Florida. Orlando, Florida '
Everything sold under a positive guarantee. If you are not satisfied with any purchase Member F. A. A. Room 4 and 6 Watkins Block Phone 700E<

your money will be cheerfully refunded.M. .


t A. McDowell The Longwood HotelOpen

Graduate of Davenport, la., Col- under new management. Special attention

lege. given to auto parties.
Wholesale Grocer
Specialist on Nervous and Rates $2.00 and up, American. Special rates by the

Chronic Diseases.4th week or month.

I McNeill & Davis Building, Orange Ave., Orlando, Fla. Located at Longwood, Fla., the town of opportunity.D. .

Floor, Y. D. Building A. MIDGLEY, Mgr.WINTER .


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at 3 o'clock, with the president In O =

I I ((Mmtta Swfrttj' I the chair.In, one One clatter new end member twenty mem.weeteken "GET IT AT ALLEN'S"

here being& present It was decided
that a vote of thanks was to l-e gent TUf LUCERNE

te the local W. C. T. U. for the literature .
$()CIAL CALKNDAK I Chapter of the Daughters of the and song& book which they v:

Friday, December 17. American Revolution was celebrated resented to the Y. P. II. The meeting
.su. II. U. Scott entertains at bridge' Wednesday! afternoon at the home of was then taken charge of by the -
in honor of MUa Ethel Tamblyn.I the regent Mrs Anna I.. Forde, on social committee and we were enter.
W. C. T U.; topic "Peace and Arbi. South Main street The celebration tamed with duet Misses TODAY
tratJon," Mrs. J. H. Magruder, lead. a piano by
fell the regent's birthday, which
ere upon Lois[ and Jessie Pedrick, a reading by
H B OTWE added pleasure to the occasion. Miss Jane Gardner, a solo by Miss

flETH CENTURY CLUB An interesting program consisting Beulah Irish and a violin solo by
of a number of talks by former regents Second Appearance of
Miss Helen with
Mrs. A. R, Rogue at her home on Bellamy a piano ac.
of the chapter was given Con Miss Jessie Pedrick.
West street was hostess yesterday companiment by .
gratulatory telegrams were read from
-0- MR. H. A. DIETZ.
Afternoon to the Twentieth Century
absent friends and members of the ='i" ir rH
Club. The living room and dining o
room were prettily decorated in organization. SOCIETYThe "TIIE HUMAN WONDER,"
Christmas colors. Aside from the bird C. P. Dow and Miss Emily fortnightly dances at the TilE nEST GIFTS ON THE TREE will be article of Jewelry

pleaaant chitchat, the hostess had Gillette assisted the hostess in serv Country Club are offering a very de. In[ His Remarkable Scientflc Demon from thin establishment. We are proud of our stock. Choose

f provided a guessing contest. Mrs. ing. When the birthday cake was cut ightful means of entertainment for H your gifts and let ua lay them aside for you.
the ring and dime found! .
were by Mrs.E.
the members and their and
8. 8. Griffin won the prize, a bouquetof guests, ration..
T. Jackson and! Mrs. F. X. Sehuller
last evening of the largest gatherings
poinsettias. Miss Claire Robinson one '
I respectively, ALLEN & CO. JEWELERS
rendered two pleasing& vocal seleetlona. of the season was noted at the ,
Those present were Mrs f E, T -
The hostess, assisted by Mrs. club house Christmas greens, which
Jackson, Mrs O. C. Kollock, Mrs. W.
T W, Mathews, served thicken salad, were used for decorating, Added A [b cD
olives, sandwiches, coffee with H, O'Neal', Mrs. 8. A. Robinson, Mrs. bright touch of gayety to the dance, Usual Run of Ooo l Pictures, 01:1=
F. X flchuller, Mrs A, I). Whitman,
whipped mints" Cream, ,preserved ginger, and Mm Hrnily: Gillette, Mrs, A. I.. Mai.hiry t. MIIH. ('I11i1l$'-4-NUNIIAY HCIIOOLCLANN -

M rll. W H, Hunch, Mm, 0 II
Thane Mr*, H. K., Ivei, ,
present' were t'Ilhi'AIIINI( I Foil
Hf, Ml*,* Muitlre: Ivan, Mr.*, T. W. Itallcy, Mm, J, M, Cheney, Mm 0, I I'. The inembere,"> '' of Mm!!, V. A, Curtla1, r\c ". um@ I.lttl@( Price*" 10? ': CIIKIHI'MAH NOW!IA
Dow, Mm (George (Green, Mm H, It.
I nrhunl' clan l
Hunday are rt"pjte tit
Mathews, Mr W II Hftlwrtimn
HuilMtn!! Mm. J, A. heed, Mm, 0, I I'. ring, the gift.. which have merle, i little touch of paint,, here and there
H, A. )Itoblnunn, Ml*,* Claire KobltiNun,,, they "( will
put >" hous.111 nhttpe for the
Newton, Mm. A, I D.) Irwin, 111,... (llhb., :
for the Vathtl the Methodlatpersonage
III tII. A. N. (iomtwyn, Mm, <0.< 1'. flow girl to r holiday Benson. loft us fill your
Mm W H. Coleman Mr M. U. Mm Margaret Tenon, and DencoheM not later than 0 n. tit .1 f wants In the 1'l1lnlit", \\', handle
Harriet U, I' Haturda '. only pure goods and can provide you
Dovell Mm H. H. Griffith Mfn !topeHtarbuck tkhltl.0 ) with every requirement. Our guarantee
Mm. H. U. Hudson' Mm.K. Secretary -" goes with everything we sell.
II. Bradley, 111 rll. A. II. Whitman, YOUNC1 PKOPLE'M:() IIIIANCII OK -0- .
Mm. U. I* Hunch, Mm. F. J. Terry, W. C. T. U. NONCE( : GRANDTODAY ,

Mrs. Josiah Ferris. The regular social meeting of the I The Presbyterian choir will please A ut F Orlando Palnl & Wall Paper Cailltlu
meet at o'clock tonight.
seven By
-0- young: people's branch of the W. C. 205 S. Orange Avenue
I). A. II. JUBILEE: order of the director, Walter I>rt'nn'n. -
T. U. met at the ho>ie of Miss Elmlna Phone 261
The ninth birthday of the Orlando Gould on Wednesday, December 1C, COLEMAN & RIIAN
At the Rosalind' Club yesterday' afternoon
REAL ECONOMYYou those who attended the informal .

sewing party had an enjoyabletime. CAREY HANDFUNERAL
are probably thinking of a good way to economize in your
Christmas shopping. Tea, mint, cherries sandwiches Jesse I.. Lasky Presents
and cheese wafers were served. Tho
There are many friends and loved ones that you wish to remember -
decorations were artistic. A numberof } THEODORE: : ROBERTS: DIRECTOR
with appropriate gifts but perhaps you do not feel that you can
selections<< on a Victroln were ren-
give expensive presents. And why pay so much? They appreciate the .
tiered during the afternoon. The hospltallty
article as a remembrance from you more than anything else. Of In a Picturlzutlon of
course' your presents' must be nice, but they need not be costly. committee was Miss Mary
Robinson, chairman, Mm. LeRoy II.
Engraved: Monogram Stationery and Visiting Cards make idealChristmas "MR. GREX: OF) MONTE: CARLO"
Giles 1111111d" Rumhy, and Mrs. W.
Gifts at a very small cost '
calls answered
M Glenn. All Promptly Dayor
Why not get steel engraved Greeting cards, to send those of your lly I I.!. Phillips Oppenhelm.
more distant friends whom you wish to remember? -0- Hand Block.
Miss Ruby Neat Thompson the at. Night.
fiend for our samples today which) will be supplied free of charge.
trnctlve daughter of M tll. D. C. -

.6. J, l I'. HTKVKNM I KNtiltAVINf(* CO. Thompson ncrlvetl' In Orlnrutu yenter Orlando Florida.

A Whitehall Mrrtt Atlanta, (U.. tiny afternoon on the 1"hl"1prlftl." A .Paramount Production. I

coming from MontenRle( 1t'lIh.hr.. PHONE CM IttSlULNUl'llONK 4S7
she hut been Attending Fairmont CtJh l '
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the ptetly 'th"htltl,1tt, hunts oil Lu.rrthe r - -
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H ",deliver, Ute I wontl! of' H rriFeof

IeNtures II" HtiOIlWfMt1. in Amti' FRANK \JulI'na WILLIAM IU O'NBAL
teen IltlHtlfM, before. the: lno.11t {1l1j"" ,

Mrr. i II, If., IsenFsnn\( one M Jllr"

tHH 'it 1 eteunch and progressive FJU- .."W!
ee JellS, spent yesterday in Orlando rniiv
cling with former business associates (Not sold In stores)

and! doing his Christmas shopping Wear A Corset made to fit you,
While in the city )fro Isaacson found Ask for a demonstration.
time to pay his respects to the Senti Send postcard to CURTIS & O'NEAL

nel renewing his allegiance to the ..
"old reliable. 'Mrs. Van Buskirk

I I Corsetlere Insurance Loans Real Estate
308 Magnoli Ave. OrlandoFavorite
LARGE AIRY ROOMS, with heat at
the "Welcome Inn." All home
comforts. Screened sleeping porches.
Special rates by the season. Best
location one door east of Presbyterian
church. 106 East Church street.

E ECONOMY 12-17-31 Majestic.TODAY'S"The PROGRAM Fatal Hour." A !

"Oakland cars are sold everywhere." drama in two parts. ESTABLISHED 18M
Beauty. "His Mysterious Profes
sion." Featuring Neva Gerber and
Webster Campbell, in a rather good
baseball comedy.American. .
"The Diamond From the .
Friend. In two parts. Don't miss
ANY OTHER NECESSARY BUSINESS EXPENSE.ASK any of this great serial as it gets
more interesting each episode.
The Diamond has some time this
week. See it all.
"Oakland cars are sold everywhere
Admission: Adults 10c., children 5c.
SIX $785.00


b XMAS PACKAGESand have been appointed distributors for central

I ASK FOR SAYINGS CHECKS Florida for this wonderful car. We will have in two car-

loads before January 1st, and want everybody in Orlandoto
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
upholstery and all refinements of a $2,000.00 automobile.Let .
AT us give you a demonstration. Carload of the famous
Rco Six's to arrive this week. You are invited to ride

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

t! \W. PHILLIPS & SONS Iteo nnd Saxon.PALMS. (:

210 S. Orange Ave. AUTO CO.

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,4; SIIOP EAIU4Y-Early in the morning. Thus you will benefit not only yourself but also the loyal worker who are here to wait upon )'ou. You ran make your own task of Rift buying .

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

\Ve are succcssfully solving the girt problems or hundreds of people every day!


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Fill up your husband's shirt drawer for Christmas-he will thank you most heartily. Shirtsare
; SHOPPERS always thankfully received. Our holiday stocks have brought forth the very latest colors, pat- SHOPPERS
terns and fabrics. Rich effects in silks, crepe de chines, linens, flannels, madras, Russian cords,
t etc. Priced at $1 and up.

[ Christmas HosieryVery well selected gift of some practical article of jewelry is a sure way to please a man for Fancy LinensHand
\ Christmas. Jewelry that he can put to everyday use is the kind he likes best. Vast assortmentof
tie pins, charms and lapel buttons, cuff buttons and links, dress sets, belt buckles, tie clasps, embroidered Madeira work. In sets,
attractively boxed for gift giving.
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 $5.00 to$14.50

"Gordon" Lisle Hose, 4 pairs in box1.00 Centerpieces from $1.25 to ___________ 6.00
I "Phoenix" Silk Hose, 2 pairs in box$1.50 We have assembled for the Christmas season a stock of handkerchiefs that will never hEr Scarfs from $2.25 to ________________ 7.50
'\ Phoenix Children's Hose, 4 pairs in box $1.00 surpassed for its vastness, good values and fine qualities. We have omitted nothing that would Hemstitched Madeira work:

Children's Lisle Hose, 2 pairs in box.._ 50c. make a handkerchief display complete. An unusually fine array of linens, silks and silk and Lunch napkins, each ________________ 35c.
linen mixtures in plain effects initial, border and pattern designs. Also combination sets of hand-
[ Lunch squares, $1.00 to ---_-_______$3.50
kerchiefs, hosiery and neckwear.
Hemstitched scarfs, 75c to ____________ 3.00
h "Kayser" Silk Under
for Christmas arouses a man's real enthusiasm. We have selected this season a
\ Vests display of neckwear that makes all previous stocks look small. Perhaps never before was such a Fancy Handkerchiefs*
large, well balanced stock shown. Every good fabric, every attractive color, every novel pattern,
f Boxed or singly. Our Christmas assortmentis
; Very special: A cleaning up of this make in every new shape is represented.
most unique in its completeness.Pure .
Silk Vests in white and colors. Regular Prices
'> i BATH ROBESIf Irish Linen. Genuine Hand Embroid-
1.\ range from $1.98 to $4.50.
r you want to cheer a man up-if you want to make him comfortable, happy and win his ery.Prices
At Half Price friendship for life, give him a bath or lounging robe for Christmas. Our Christmas displays from 15 cents to
show all the newest effects at moderate prices.SMOKING.
65 cents each

Comfey SlippersWomen's "him" a smoking jacket for Christmas and JACKETSGive 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 HandkerchiefsWe
Comfy Slippers, all colors $1.50 pair season show every good smoking jacket style, color and fabric-every new effect is included. And

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

Misses' Red Comfeya _...........$1.00 pairChild' VESTSThe Crepe de Chine Handkerchiefs in a

............ large variety of beautiful colors and embrold-
Red Comfeys $1.00 pair fastidious dresser, the man who takes his appearance seriously will heartily welcome ered effects.Special.
I Dab).' Red Comfeys ............ .75 pair a fancy waistcoat for Christmas. We have selected for the holidays innumerable clever and undeniably
sonably. correct waistcoats that will surely be admired by discriminating men. Pricedery rea price 35c each


a man takes his Sunday morning stroll he! likes to carry a Walking stick And when Fancy Neckwear
Just received special lot of fine quality the rain U pouring down be'R dad to have! nn Umbrella handy. Cane nnd umbrella are very
OvercoattI perfectly tailored| the Very latest appropriate Christmas gifts The wan who receives either will be pleased beyond words, Xmas shipment J Just In Individually bofcec!]
for Mitt gMngi The very latent f style and
styles, ftptiott l Value at $20.00.
UNDERWEAR, ETC. tffeetg in dainty white and tiered l neckwear,

Special Xmas price lint, caps, pjnmno. /, underwear, hosiery l MW@ftttr.. and! many oth@r sensible articles to be Priced from 3Sc to $1 e50
found here make splendid Ghristmai!! gifts Th man receiving them will b@ doubly thankfulfor =
$16.50 a practical gift is always more acceptable than n useless! / on@, Our Christmas displays! show
r. wonderfully fine\ selections of practical gifts. for men=flt prices i you'll gladly pay,

MUFFLERS Boudoir CapsThe

demand for this dainty fantaUle! |I. ever
Ostrich Boas When the shrill winds! blow and when the dust flies a man is more than pleased to possess the Increase The Christmas assortment
A muffler. Mufflers are necessities to the man who wishes to be well dressed and thoroughly protected on
60 just received, in Clack, Black and White And they are mighty acceptable Christmas presents. We have an excellent holiday Just in justifies their poularity Never before
stock of them including all the choicest colors, patterns and textures have we shown such beautiful combination ef
and colors Much under value

r Priced for quick selling GLOVESGloves Prices range from 35c
can always be counted on as high bidders for the favorite position in the ranks of

$1.98, $3.50 and $5.00 Christmas driving gifts too. for men. We have them for dress and street wear-and for golfing, motoringand to $2.00 .


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


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l Mechanical Toys Dolls! Dolls! Dolls!

Toy Trains, Boats, Men, Dogs, Autos, Animals, Purses, Jewel Boxes
UndressedCannons Kid Body, Full Jointed, Bisque
that Shoot, Cornets, Trombones,
Dolls Dressed Dolls Indies Neckware, Hose, Handkerchiefs, Etc.
of All Sizes and Prices.SCHOENIIUT .
Tea and Dinner Sets, Toy, Aluminum Cook-
Velocepedes, Automobiles, Irish Mail, Carts in Holiday Boxes Men's Initial Handker
ing Ware and Dishes. ART DOLLS
Rocking Horses, Doll Carriages, Trunks, chiefs Neckties, Suspenders'and I Hose, i inFancy
Kitchen Cabinets, Furniture, Tool Chests, Boxes.

Chairs, Pianos, Horns, Drums, Doll Beds. p '
h Extra Fine Line of China Solid Bowels.


APOI'KA ITEMS I by the death of her brother, Stanley passed off very quietly here Tuesdayand FRANCIS=" JOSEPH IS NOT ABLE RECORD PRICE BROUGHT BY
McKirdy, whose funeral was held:: all the nominees of the recent TO SIGN PAPERS LAKELAND BERRIES I DR. J J. M. MASTERS
Apopka, Fla., Dec. 15-J. B. Allen Saturday afternoon. primary were elcted. The only other -
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and wife, of Russell, Pa., arrived Sat. G. Harod, deputy sheriff, went to candidate aside from the nomineeswas Lakeland. Flaw-All records for GRAND VIEW SANITARIUM
Paris. A that
urday night and are stopping for the Zellwood last Sunday! and arrested J. F. Briggs for clerk, who report Emperor
present at the Wayside Inn. They I seven of the crew ..were operating 'polled 17 votes. There was a total of Francis Joseph's!' legs were paralyzedlast strawberry prices were smashed whenC. Tort Orange, Florida
expect to secure a home and begin I the dredge boat there for violating 45 votes cast. year and that the emperor has W. Jacobs received returns from a
housekeeping soon. Mr. Allen is 1 I the Sabbath law by performing man. I II The Seaboard has put in a sidingat lost the use of his right J arm, is forwarded thirty-two quart refrigerator con. I
by the Rome correspondent of signed to A. Cancelmo & Co., of Philadelphia : Devoted to treatment Nose
house which
manager of the Russell Chemical I ual labor. The entire crew were taken the Marshall packing ,
company, of Russell, Pa., and was I to Orlando on the evening train and I will greatly facilitate the handling of the Matin. lie says it is understoodin showing that the berries Throat and Lungs. All facilities
I had sold the marketat !
formerly connected with the hard. after executing bond were released the packed fruit, and as this company Rome that this information was on Philadelphia
ware business in his home town. They I I and will appear later for- trial. The is handling from two to three taken to the Vatican by Cardinal von $1.50 per quart, which, with all I for scientific and successful
expect to spend the winter here but ,I people of Zellwood do not approve of cars of fruit daily now it means quitea Hartman, archbishop of Cologne, who I charges deducted, left a net price to
will take a side trip to Tampa, SLI'eteraLurlf desecrating the Sabbath by laboring saving of labor to have the cars recently! went to Rome "for the con. the grower of $1.18 per quart.A treatment.
and Dradentown before and consider that there was no excuse set where they can be loaded direct sistroy. shipment just preceding the one
returning North.A. for this work being. done on Sun. from the packing house.HOW According to this report the J. Walker was In Winter Car- day. Is able to sign no state papers, and this was thought wonderful
den Monday nn business connected !Her. George I 1). !Reeves had gone to IK THKY DO ITT and a special stamp has been made 'until lh* present high record was es W. T. ENTHICAN
with the telephone exchange. Tampa to attend the annual session I for use in his presence by his private tablished.The LICENSED CONTHACTOIl
W ,.. Champnrya Is confined to his of the Methodist conference. I I t'arl--t"! the course of a letter secretary.I'ltUMMIAN. I highest! price at which berries!
room with an attack of U grippe Mr*. Lillian M Chat finch, of tie. found on H (lei-matt taken prisoner I have sold previous to this season. of I for
Mini Balls Howard returned Bat land, has been upending/. several drtys recently occurs the following lUllitlJtl'l ( I.OMMKN 9,914,941 which there U any tt'l'otll81 when .PAINT1NO, IIKCUIIATINO Ktti
........... Lakeland berries sold. New I
at U.tfi
extended here ,, ; tie, fatted !
from the week to
Urtlfly night, ati trip during past! stopping "Everybody seems "Phone I IT.
through, the North I with the family of A. J. Walker up how for the army, even the unfit\ ltoUt'ftlRh1.-ltu""IRI1 i casualty hats York city\ ThU wa! three''f years ago t
M n. I E. Mullen' hart been eniirtneil\ AI fll. J t'lft'f"o"'uUftlf and little\ sun, ttiul II\\ alltll.! There seems to be still number. !nlll) ( to JW., affording (to theHotteritamxftie i I
to her rtmm filnee her arrival, 'here last, Cuurtenay, arrived Tuesday night heap of people l with money who man: I It Courant, contain the NATIONAL IIOAK {'(INIIItI;$$ 1'hone 5 lorI

Friday, having contracted a savers! from Norfolk, Va., to visit 1! her par age t through "bribery, to remain in name! of ti5H48) killed, wounded and i I Wormier t klaes-lelegales! from 'IHII AND! OY8TEH8:
cold while en ,her, way from her gym( pntB, Mr and Mn 1)), Mi Vaden! oft t garrisons": !'! mMnp!!!! m"Mnth@/:\ total, 2,244,948, many Mates gathered here today for I
mer home Cincinnati/ t thU plane The letter wai written from lir@s: Thin total ((4 exclusive! of the name! the national, road congress! !, which will! I I Fresh Etery Day
Mrs, Charles A. Itarnea and little MiM Nellie Witherby was shoppingin lau, 1 September'. 15 of t-97: Itavarian, :Wurttemburgiannn4 : continue four\ days!!, (Governor David! rim WALDECKEH risn GO.
daughter returned to Orlando Humlay Orlaodo Tuesday, 233: @apnian and the naval, and I, WaMi, of Massachusetts/ will de
night, MrPt Barn, wait railed here The regular municipal, election The want ad'a the thins. Turkish lists gays one newspaper liver an address ef welcome today, I 39 West Church Street

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Give Something that Will Tickle The Whole FamilyCan

you dream of any more timely and appropriate Yule-tide gift-or one more expressive of the Christmas spirit than an Inexpensive piece of furniture for the home? AH the
family will receive It graciously-every member will be glad to have It there.

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


Here Are Some Suggestions

Royal Morris Chair ..............$12.60 to $25.00 Large Bed Daranporte.$20.00 to $75.00

Fumed Easy Rockers .._.........$2.75 to $15.00 Large Bed Couches ..............$3.98 to $16.60

Smoking Stands ..__....__________$1.65 to $10.00 Large Settees ______...._______.$10.00 to $25.00 ) ,

I aIndividual Special Wisher Chairs____........__$3.75 to $25.00
Pedestal and Taburnettes .._______69c to $15.00
Cheval Mirrors ____________......$18.60 to $28.50
Ladies Desks ____I______...______$9.00 to $20.00 w

f Enamel Mirrors __....__..__.._____90c to $7.50
A Toilet Tables ..__________________$10.00 to $25.00

Medicine Cabinets ____...._________.$1.98 to $5.00
-", :...,. ,. Toilet Table Chairs __..............$1.98 to. $7.60
Hall Racks ----....--........----$7X0 to $35.00
Library Reception Chair ..__......__....___$1.98 to $10.00 .
for Boys and Girls Hall Mirrors ____..__......_:......$2.48 to $10.00
Cultivate the lute for ffnoil I book i In Music Cabinets and Racks ........$2.50 to $18.00
rmir_I hl.h"r....end....enjoyment.You irlrU and' .r"u frv.U.ihtntllh Dining Room Chairs ................CCc to $5.00

encourage them with l Motu t of nook Shelves _________________.___.$1.98 to $5.00LlLr.r
ftmilnM,onli."r,.nd.fuMhff.lntt. *.l Ihftn Breakfast Tables .............._$3.50 to $12.75'
!. the kind v( buukl. Watt _bll.
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Tables __ $8.75 to $25.00
51ubcrw ) Sewing Tables ....................$8.0 to $19.85

tfpwUI Card Table ..........._.__.__.......$2.PB Parlor Cabinets .............._.....$7.60 to $11.00

..A.)If JH. ,MMotlrit."'H.HhHM."ItIfo f far..t mt'.*..tw,r,..iif M I.1,1..'IM...-". Npecial., Dining Tables ..............17.50 to $70.00 ChlfTonUri' ........................$8.01 to $00.00
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WORKS I Tine Castle, Fla., De(!. 15.-Rev, -
Currieville. Fla.. Dec 15.-Wedding I
Mitchell gave n temperance talk Sunday *

107 Song St. Phone195: morning.. in Union Chapel.' bells ore ringing?) "No Tree Is A First-Class Tree
t:. L. Brown I I. busy Rettnlg hU Nursery ;
Roth Sabbath pchoula' are well attended
I oranges lIt thin. \vrck. He nlno hAIl
and Intcrrct U now centering
charge of th Robert crop this season. -
around the Chrltmn festivitles.Practicing .
Contractors for All 1'las.scs of I .

Concrete Hulldinjru., All I for the entertainment hu* :S.; I- Robert, of Cape Sable. pent '. A k Unless Budded \
been going on for nom time And theproupvct a,
Work First Claw A week here visiting. friends and relative t r E
are that it will Iv very fine.
I *. Mr. Roberta family lived here
Also Manufacturers of Mr. Crate who hAd hU arm hurt from Bearing
and was heartily welcomed' by all.I .
I while at work on Mr.lVigman'e building
Concrete Building Blocks of every ), A. Aubrey, of Moultrie, Ga.. \\a. ; .
(, is now able to !1,8 at work again.
here last week looking after business
designs White'ay Posts The bazaar given by the ladies of :
of known
affairs. c trees a
Gates and Fence Posts, Lawn I I Union Chapel was a success and the Mrs. R. R. Roberts and Miss Anna I f

Benches, Art Work, Vaces of I I amount realized finished paying the Bentley of Chuluota. were the guest I
debt on the building of the parish
any size or design, Walks, Steps, house. of Mrs. Thornburg Wednesday.Mr. I ii
Quantity ar
Joe Smith, who is packing oranges '
Fish Ponds, Fountains etc. I I Pine Castle is now blessed with a
in :Mims was a pleasant visitorto
Building Blocks Faced with ,jitney bus, and we hope the patronage -
his parents last week.
Granite Coquina Gravel will be so good that we can always "
or '
l I Miss Rosa Lane is spending several I = Quality of Production.O.W.-
have it. i
any other material. Call and see days in Chuluota the guest of 4
II Pine Castle keeps on building up. i
samples. I Mrs. A. A. Bond.
The most recent additions to the town I
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Brown and M>"
in the building line are Mr. Jos. L.Sunday's
I j I D. E. Hart were business callers t"> .
house. This is com-
new a
Plans and Estimates MadeConvinced I the "City Beautiful" Tuesday. i
I fortable family dwelling and greatly
II I It seems like the Orlando people I II
adds to the location in which it was Conner.
their rights. The -
sleeping over
Mr. Sunday claims to have are I IJ.lme
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is fast being diminished.Miss
just built this house "to help Pine
Castle along.lr.. Wigman is building Barbara McLain, teacher of Trees like these will work for you while you sleep. They can't be

J' this place spent the week-end in grown overnight; it takes time. Contract for YOUR supply NOW.
a store and dwelling house combined -
Geneva with her .
lie will continue the meat
"Yes," said the specialist, as market and the refreshment parlorsand P. Smith, outmost prominent
stood by the sick contractor, "1 can turpentine operator, was a visitor in
I in these commodious
cure you." more quar- Geneva Sunday.If Two years ago in their advertising and by actual demonstration THE OCKLAWAHA
"What will it cost," asked the sick ,ters hopes to see all his patrons still
man faintly. I'coming in.lr.. Jos. Johns' new ad- you want the news, take the NURSERIES began to educate the public as to what really constituted a real, first-class

"Ninety-five dollars.shade" I dition to his home is a great improve- Sentinel. nursery tree of citrus fruits. The public when shown in our test groves what could be accomplished -
"You will have to your price
a little," replied the contractor. "I I ment in that part of town. by planting trees as they are grown in our nurseries began to call for, yes, DE-
got a better bid from the undertaker." Dr. Geo. T. Bennett returned home I NOTES FROM WINDERMERE
MAND trees that
his were properly propagated,, TODAY nurseries that have not been in ex-
The specialist stood pat on price from extended
Monday an trip
And his competitor got the job. I through northern Florida and southern -i I Windermere, Fla., Dec. 15.-Mr. istence five years, are clamoring "PEDIG D" for their strong suit in nursery proauc-

work We and are sanitary specialists conditions in our prevail.line of Georgia.Dr. and Mrs. II. II. Wiliams, Jr., of Wau- tion. What would YOU do in their place, Mr. Planter? Why of course you would sell your

It will pay you to stay on the safe S. W. Reed has been called on seon, Ohio, arrived last Friday to trees and adopt the surest method. But you are a BUYER, not a SELLER, and YOU ARE

side. two occasions to attend Mrs. Braxton spend the winter here. interested in the very best result you can get from your grove when you have spent your
Beacham's celebrated dog, which is Dr. and Mrs. '''m. F. Blackman and
Orlando time and money to bring it into bearing.
ill with pneumonia. Dr. Reed is Mr. and Mrs Harley Gibbs, of Winter
successful as a veterinarian and very has Park, were callers in Windermere last Then do not be mislead by claims intended for that purpose alone, but buy your trees where

't Steam LaundryFRENCH had many patrons among Orlando's Friday.Mr. you are absolutely safe. Get them from the OCKLAWAHA NURSERIES, the originatorsof

best people. and Mrs. W. G. Geier enter- proper practices in propagation for the express purpose of producing the one thing

DRY CLEANERS tained last Saturday night for Mr. Florida needs in the market, first-class fruit and plenty of it.

LAUNDERERS and Mrs. W. A. Carran and Mr. and
DRENNEN NOTES Our trees will cost you more, may be fifteen to thirty cents more, but Professor Shamel'swork
PHONE 88 Mrs A. P. Fothergill, of Cleveland,
who time at Ross- in California has demonstrated that an increase of 50 per cent can be obtained our
are spending some
Drennen, Fla.'Dec. IS.-Mrs. Sam- more Inn. Kay, over the ordinary method of propagation What then is the fifteen to thirty cents in
uel Harris, of California, Pa., arrived *
S. Helen Graves j Wednesday to spend the winter with Mr. Clarence Brigham, who ha comparison? CATALOGUE FREE-Write for it.

Dewar and been at St. Luke's hospital for sev-
her daughters, Mrs. W. E.
Shampooing:, :Manicuring, Facial Mas-i eral weeks, is much improved in
sage, Scalp treatment, given under I Mrs. Bert Humphries. i
modern scientific principals. My 1 Mr. Archie Braddock will arrive health, and expects to return to Win-

treatments have given entirely satis- Saturday from Gainesville where he dermere very shortly.Mr. .
factory results. An electrical body W. M. Moseley is spending the Ocklawaha NurseriesO.
is attending college.
wil relieve and
massage congestion
in Orlando the
week serving on jury.
is a wonderful cure for neuralgia and The Towonto Literary Club meets

nervous troubles. It stimulates every Friday evening with the Misses Frintat
organ in the body and brings back to : "Camphor Villa"Mr. RESUSCITATING SOLDIERS W. Conner. Proprietor, Tangerine, Florida.
you good circulation. Just try one.
! Prices for switches of the best quality Frank Brewer is remodellinghis London.-Many soldiers who other-

on aplication. Apointments can home on the west bank of Lake wise would not recover are being G. G. WRIGHT Agent Orlando Florida

be made by phone 679. Hours 9 to Jennie Jewel. Contractors Bissell & brought back to health by the Almeric ,
12 a. m.1to6p.m.
Huggins have the work. massage corps, which at present has
700 masseuses working on invalided
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For Three Daya _.. ...50c 10,000 For Six Day ., llg I
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FOR RENT-Summer cottage; also
suite of four rooms with 3 beds;
also 3 room flat for light housekeeping H R. BERRY
; electric lights, bath, telephone,
attractive grounds. $12 per monthup.
10 W. Concord avenue.

11-28-1mc IN A complete line of Ford Acces-
REAL The Tuttle Gift Shop Is located this
season on the second floor of Yowell- sories; a staff of expert mechanics -
Duckworth building, at left of eleva- FOR SALEA
ESTATE tor. 1-12-8-tfc Just to render satisfaction in all

FOR RENT-Large two story fur- lines of Automobile Repair
OPP. SAN JUAN > nished dwelling, modern conven-
iences, two sleeping porches two Real Estate I I1l{Work. Vulcanizing, Oils and
v MOTEL, s blocks from postoffice, corner Jacksonand II fine lot 55 ft. by 130 ft. on
West streets. Jas. A. Knox. l I Gasoline, and fair and square
11-24-tf TRACY & SOMERVILLE-Carpenters '
S. West St. $2300.
FARMLANDSDROVESffftSESLOTS. and cabinet makers. Screen prices.
FOR RENT-Furnished room, for a doors and windows, frames, sleeping
/ I moderate price. 603 East Central porches, counters, shelving, showcases
avenue. 12-9-61 refrigerators, alterations and
additions. We keep a number of For Nine YearsWe
FOR RENT-Nicely furnished rooms skilled workmen constantly on hand.
FOR SALE in new, modern home; onehallblock i 18 East Church street. 12-2-lmo
from Anderson street, near St. have been in business at the C.A.HOVEYAdvertise
1 Luke's hospital. Reasonable rates for NOTARY PUBLIC, with seal. I make i'
FOR SALE-Dwel Ing, six rooms, the season. 406 Margaret street. a sr'! "talty of deeds, mortgages, I'same location, Corner of South
practically new, nice condition, with 10-29-tf\ lease! contracts etc. Price very reaaonabfe
lawn, bearing citrus fruit trees, roses, Mr.*. 11. 0. Leake, 45 East! Main and Church Streets.
and shrubbery; near Lake Lola; ; very TO nI'NT-LarJrt: room, with board, I Pine street. Phone J79. 11-9-lmoc
desirable location "' ,000, terms. suitable\ for two people. Reason Phone 226Orlando'
Address "Owner," Box 33: Orlando, able. All convenience Clone In.
yii, llioimocFOR 212 East Jackson. Phono 400. Leading Repair Shop

12.4-ttc CLINT BASS and Carat.EXCURSION .
SALE-One new 1918 touringcar
windshield and lamps TO KENT-Furnished, for light
body, top PHONE 171Wtatjtfftr.on
A bargain. Act quick. ford tiara &'., housekeeping, two cosy rooms with
20D South Orange avenue 11-13-uc sleeping pleasant' apartment porch. New of three housej or: tour also Strtttueeeeeer I in the Sentinel

.. looms, bath and electrics. Price !.
FOR BALE AT IIAHOAIN moderate. 200 West Concord Avenue. RATES
Or will rent completely furnUhed, 1212.6t* Band Wood CompanyWood
new, modern and attractive home,
pretty lawn and shrubbery, near Lake FOR RENT-Attractive business
Kola; I two stories, five rooms, bath, room. See 1L R, Berry. at the Ford of All Kinds Account of Hammond & Gore
aerteaed sleeping porch and summer I { arage. 11.
dining toom. Address Owner 1.1011 : PHOMPT sun"' lvn

8'J7' or tall at 8i2: Utaad..t't 11.10-uw-\= I f I WANTED RItA ONAtltJt !'liIClkMore C rislmas Holidays UNEHAl DmBCTOtW AND EMNALMEttS
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101111ALI1=A Koo4\ the foot" house, .
18 !fine! ;ohdiii H, i 18 lotalien' Ltii 1=!mall( frtiett rated Watch, Vllt Heal l Valued Low i'ricea
hei rend fold drat\efl' goad\ \ n b f& fifli! Mwpett take LUl'@f a fthii, themjIre
at ain fa'.gulp! 1I\i@f\ 11Mt!AUYfflffl@f ti MitA lane l fSW li.11: L. OH Atlantic ic Coast COMPARE
rlif. @ !!Aelti! lietyrn{ io (Orlandd Hank liM People
-=== a runt! CO. and ftl@@IV@ F@wsrd.!
POK gAfB" }=Fi @thiddl@h@fti@Jtlh@il'll< \--Mfe\ OUR FURNITURE
Hie Jai. I L. Oil.i< ll: :U@ standard Railroad of th@ SouthTickets
AIIScmlANCOU8 Eat at the! Model than at all

FOR RA1.1t}=L rlff refri {'oil Wi provide the quality ef furniture that his lens been seeept@d *
ether market: ''htIJrfa, cli@a@, "A., OEO; T HUWt fO, other restaurants t in Orlando by knowing furniture buyers is the standard ef merit IfSn
A KnA. rhone Call end 10s, Fee us]\\at\if interested plus! Room in realestate S (Qmbned! =there Is I a reason, artirfe I ii here iI.ii ffpo4 It wouldn't be here were It otherwise,

FOR BALE-One BUcVensderfer & Buy, sell)| or exchange prop? t sold Dee, nth to 25th Wfl wn't mAh thi point top ilear'-it i la one of the fpundatiop
Underwood typewriter, Phap. Ad, erty, RentaU carefully attendee} to, The Model |Is always reliable, inclusive, limited to reach Prig, clones pf tW business and that roan much to any buyer
dress JJo$ 612, ig5lgtcFOR U-9-Jmoc w
It never raises its prices You
SALE] -Pry-round oak wood, 14 AT CHRISTMAS you will be proudto anal! starting point by midnight!
long $2 per strand delivinches give photographs if made at get the chicken and turkey din January 10th," McNEILL &
ered; $1 at farm near Conway store. Evans, No. 102 North Main, one block DAVIS BLOCK
A. S. Hodges, Route I, Orlando. north of court house. Make the ap. ners the same as all others.
12-9-lmoc pointment now. Phone 125. Corner Orange Ave. and Church Street, Orlando Florida
11-23-lmoc 25c meals and 15c specials -

FO ALE-240 acres of land, good For Information Call on
two story house land is partly Umbrellas **covare cleared excellent farming and cattle "while you wait. ax Young's Repair W. D. WHITE, D. T. A.
raising section. A bargain. AddressM. Shop, 21 E. Pin St. at a moderate cost. W. R. O'NEAL, C. P. &: T. A.
L. Calvin, Winter Garden

12-9-6t -- FOR RENT-Large airy room, in Oysters fresh every day. Orlando Try a Want Ad in the SentinelLUID.ber.

FOR SALE-FOR RENT-Houses, new modern home, every convenience -
furnished and unfurnished. Also unexcelled for surroundings;
?ome splendid lota. Call and see what ne-half block jitney bus; kitchenetteif OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
3 have to offer before you buy or desired. Reasonable. Phone 682. Taths: uncle Shingles
street or 312 Broadway. Phone 179.
10-8-dw-lmo FOR RENT-Two nicely furnished
rooms, for light housekeeping, to
AUTO BARGAINS-1912 Reo touring adults only; splendid location on The Model CafeStefflons'
i car, i doors, good repair, tires America street and Lucerne Circle; f 0 '
fcearly new. first party here with by year or season. Apply to Mrs.
K100 gets it. Also 2 cylinder Reo, Sutton, No. 2 America street.
Iwith light truck body, $50. Theseare 12-14-6t
big bargains. Geo. E. Bates &;
Son, Altamonte Springs, Florida. MILK COWS-I can furnish anyone I ORLANDO
12-7-tf with a car load of nice milk cows,
all fresh or heavy springers. Prices MillineryLADIES'
J FOR SALE OR RENT-By owner reasonable. J. W. Stcgall, Thomas-
two of the prettiest bungalows in I ville, Ga. 12-16-St* Cement, Agatile Plaster and Lime
town. Each has six large rooms, hal
and bath, with all modern conven- BARGAIN IN LOTS-Three, closein HATSCHILDREN'S
about completed, on West Central HATS
iences. One just avenue; garage T
other one to be completed by 25th of: almost built. Chas. P. Dow. We offer a choice selection of
December; nice lots and fine location, 12-17-tfc Ladies Velvet Hats at $2.00, $3.00, i
near Lake Cherokee. Price $3,500 .
and $3,250; cash payment and terms. FOR RENT-Two furnished rooms, $4.00, $5.00 $6.00.
Also a four room bungalow in northeastern with all conveniences. Apply 209 Children Hats $1.00, $1.50 and up.
part of town. This bungalowand Palmetto ..tre t. 11.27-tfe Oar styles are so good-and, oaririces
1 lot 60 by 150 feet, $950, or
With 2 lots $1050; cash and terms. are so reasonable that you will ,
Address Kentucky Home, 611 Palmer find our store the best place In the

Btreet 12-16-lmoo, Orlando. Phone 686. Will Sacrifice city for millinery. (

FOR SALE-nrand new Ford road. 10,000 Slemons' Millinery .
stir at a bargain. Palms Auto Store
Co. 12.15.3tcFool

$2400 six cylinder 7 passenger;
Chalmers CAT p.d with brand Best and Promptest
new tlrei all Price: fl.000() All True To Name
n.16.8te Auto
5 to 7 foot trees Livery

FOR SALE-nieyeU, In good. (cendl I 50c EACH
i tlon, Will Mil cheap If taken At Service

once.. Can be seen at 307 }11-10-31 set Pintreet. AU lending varieties budded on

sour and grapefruit roots from PASSENGER
FOR BALE-A RARE OFFER known stock.Conway.
HO acres of high rolling pine lane
juke one mile from good !
t town., frontage Address Bargain rare Nursery BUICK
this. paper* 1-12.18-at!
I It. T, l.g&L

roil MALtiJ Orlandd it It tW1VB3 The Indian
J\t\ fter** lake frBht, **i all I Ihahj uhdpftuIU'ItHt1H W. 611 iHywhtrt it soy ilwtGordon's
f fr ihliU(te i ,
Nhi Ut1ttt tuu"t'', .11t; .t.'iR 1\\b'f..tfiH\ iuttI Transfer T Co ( (td the It@dkla the tftiefaei! Bade! ft big fife ahd eat afeiih-J it=t tha 'JhJlaft ft little Aft ftftd Mtft
Hff\HI\ ! it \ t : so riiHltd. tAlftiitTlyltl ) o
t,111111, Adedire4 Bee f g9 iJ. I u FI It I\\.H ''ttl 6H JtTh ,
,.I 9.tHli HWR1f1IRAUTHCiiillsTMAH
201 , Ofinii Avt Shen. 407 *t'i very mueh like the way 6 ffi@ 6f ui try ts vvaFm a chilly$ 6rRiF=by YildiRj reiFing Aft inA6c8Filflg
I the fuFnaee sii4 FnaKiRg meit ef the heme yRlivuMei
1 I
119 aprg farm( s 80 l *pre' nM' /mils COMINflJJuy Hew Fiweh Rare leniiye (9 Mew! (hi In iin'i s4l4Fel! A little fire in ft On Huto will warm the
tivation, ; lOa' frPn #V8oneMr Pansy Plants Rose
[fonMjf on} goad FpJ goo4 7 foomriouie. right epot wHhe 9nrk@AtI the rest ef the+ room The J-tth-reem fAR fet weds I femferttfeli te the

mil.i from 4)good good town-farm buildings T M*"!**" Apply, half l|, (hp 'Mn"! A HP:* of Bushes, Petunia morning wiU.Qq. t wrestling} with t the fYrn-j s w4 RAking,, Jelu home te9 h9t for p mf9remaind 4grla6 lbs

Orlando for further, Fla.information, \a l-J2-16-3tc BOX 659, NEW SOUTHCigars PlantsLeave "F of the day You will need a little C.. lfet r this Fall-*hy not gel \it Raw?

FOR RENT your orders here


room 221 First, or Methodist call 14 East church Jackson; telephone ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO
1020tfeFO ..Violet D I Florist. .
-Lar; fur.
close rushed In. rooms, with private family, A Smoke That Will Put ThemIn J. H. CARUTBERS GASDEPARTMENT
r North Orange avenue Good Humor
12.12-tfc a For 1916.
Phone 509. iOt SosUb Lake 8t

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4 LOCAL AND PERSONAL .. . ... .. " '. ..... . . . I.lllllllt
t 'jililhjiUl JttIIjllH.I11.llflhItIlI ;

_ _ _
Mr. J. Allen Ilarr of Urookitlllf
JlJIfliftMIffTTTi'I I i'a., la among the late arrltali at the
t f San Juan hotel.

Mrs. tt, ti. Meta expects! Id go to '
ALWAYsAtmT Tahiti today to .t>ehtl the holidays. ,
With hef daughter, bite; (tteoli'yyaht:

t TO PROTECT THE) ? Hottillful t'hflslWas- fclfls 0\ the! I
utlp( Um lintst [IUekwuFlh\ liUlltilHtf' : l12MrtMF I \ .

t DEPO8I'rO1rMODFIN A Id Hft Df ffMF f-
: : lingua fre tertMy
hfIj..11/t/ J i\N-k9l1Vl11lP' trhera !ha ,I December 20th *"
will //iptfJlI|+ ft Pfl ple wf dafter \ IaPINH#
hM we.$ affairs.!
DAY METHODS and (1nn rVAs

tivp, old time safety t are factors that govern Mr, and Mrsiiarvey Howard, pf : The
In the management of this hAnk l M+rieUa, Qa, have come JQ OrUndo : day to join our

Now, just as they always have for progress *Q spend the winter, They are pleasantly : Xmas Savings Club
'located! at 001} Jlughey street. :
The State Rank is a commercial bank, Join Christmas Savings Club, December :
having the resources, connections and ex- 20. 1-12-17-31;; .. Deposit 2c now -

perience necessary for the surer protec- Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Mundt, of Cher. : Receive $25.50 next Xmas $63.95 '
tion of its depositors interests. Successful okee, Iowa, are among the recent = -
commercial activity is largely dependent arrivals in Orlando to spend the win- :
upon banking service and the co-oper- ter. They are located at 206 Veach : ---

ation of a strong bank is an important street. ..

business asset. j Ride Hamrick's jitney bus 5c. : The Peoples National Bank"The
Largest Bank Between Jacksonville and 18-18-tf : :
I Tampa. j Harold B. Clarke-, of Plainfield, N. only NATIONAL Bank in

J., is in the city for a short time renewing -
Orange County"It
THE acquaintances. :Mr. Clarkewas
formerly an Orlando high school

STATE BANK I student. .f't/_ Is A Pleasure_ To Serve You' .

OF Join the Christmas Savings Club :
next Monday, December 20. .
ORLANDO 1-12-17-3tc .. ,
.t' }" .
Mr. J. W. Perry and Miss L. Perry, ..
of West Liberty, Ky., are among re- :
yea cent visitors to the city. During their :
stay they are making their home at :
the San Juan hotel. .
-- .
.. RIDE in Hamrick's Jitney! Bus one :
hour, 12 miles for Sue. 8-28-tfc.
:Mr. Fred Fee, one of Fort Pierce's 11..1..11111.1..11.11..111111111.11111.11.1..1..1. . . . . .

leading and successful attorneys, who .
tTJ1 P1 HOLDDOOK has been 'spending a couple of daysin l'III"jlllllllllll' IIIIII'IIIIIIIIIII' " ..'.4. 4..ulllllllllll'I"lllr
Orlando, left yesterday morningfor .

HAYNES Dealer his home on the East Coast. .

: HUPPEL to For the Tuttle unusual Gift and Shop.artistic 1-12-8-tfc gifts, go

.. :Mr. E. L. Lesley, chairman of the .
board of county commissioners of
Osceola county, and one of the prom
inent citizens of Kissimmee, spent '.
yesterday in Orlando looking after Have you seen that new CHEVROLET ROAD
business matters.

-: STER? Electric Starter etc.
Lights fully equipped I
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Savings checks are good as gold. ,
Ask for them whenever
thing! ---- you bur-tt-lt any $545 f. o. b. Orlando. Touring Car $590 f.o.b. Orlando

Mr and Mrs Wm. A. Case, ft pleasant
and Very agreeable couple, have!
recently haired Itt Orlando to pass
the winter, 'they are from Nl'w'utII I
City ahd afe pleasantly"' I located nt the : ,
Aster IItI\is. :
Tw rpfltq! MsfN yey in ththFiLa :
ma* Havinfs: riyl IIflil.1 furnishes tllY I
New Ford Home 1 with 1.liMNH@*2aad? )) for net C'hrMmas! :, San Juan Garage Company

Now Open Mr, and Mrs! M Q, Tarter, of Jack :
JiQnVm, are among the prominent : Orlando-Daytona
:20911: South Orange Avenue floriltianli now in Orlando making :
l 386 their home at the San Juan for a few
days Mr Porter is state agent for :
the famous Buick cars :
Standard .. .. .. . J .I I . . ,. ... l' J.... . .- &-----.----- ,.... p,,W'1 1' a
Gasoline-Ford Oil, Goodyear, Ride Hamrick's jitney bus, 5c
18-18-tf !!
Goodrich, Firestone, Ajax, and United
" ''
R.v. B. F. Beddinger, wife and two
States Tires. "Free Air at the "
Curb. children, have returned to Orlando to
spend the winter and are pleasantly
located at 901 Hughey street. Theyare
"Slake this Ford Home Your Ford Home." I
from Walton, Ky., and have a
F. G. RUSHtiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiittittttttiiiiiiiiiiiiimnuu host of friends who are pleased to

see them. J( What Are

Savings checks are accepted as cashin
''I the savings department of the .
Peoples National: Bank. ll-ll-tf :
You Thinking
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Harnett, of -
Jacksonville, motored to Orlando
Wednesday and spent the day enjoying Y
the sights of the surrounding '
country and enjoying part of the timeon ,
SILVERWARE, JEWELRYAND the excellent)) golf) links. While
NOVELTIES here they made their home at the
San Juan hotel.
Being constantly in touch with the leading silversmithsand Giving a'j
jeweler-craftsmen of the country, our stock is always A home without a savings bank is
keeping pace with the latest style in silverware, rings, like Christmas without Santa Claus.
Phone the Peoples National Bank and
bracelets, etc.'Vhen we will send you one. l-12-17-3tc
new and beautiful designs are created, we are To .
among the first stores in the country to show them. You Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Beard were
never buy out-of-date articles here. among the pioneer winter visitors arriving
Our displays for Christmas will interest you. There' in Orlando yesterday after-
are some very new and very beautiful noveltiessomething noon on the Tampa Special. They J
to please everyone to whom you want to give. Come have spent the summer in McLeans- the little folks this Christmas? You can make or mar their entire future. Nothing

early and choose while the wide assortment offers the boro, 111. Mr. and Mrs. Beard are would please them more than a bank account, and it will help them to start right. Let,
best opportunity. with their daughter, Mrs. W. M. the kiddies find a savings book among their presents this year.
You'll not be disappointed at this store. We see to Davis, at her home on the corner of Accounts can be opened with as little as $1.00.
that. Church and West streets.
Call and let us explain our Dime Savings Bank proposition to you.
Fish ana oysters received daily.
H. M. Self &: Co. 1-10.6-tfc
The Orlando Bank & Trust Company

T. H. EVANSJE DoctorsBuckmaster

Orlando Florida
& Brundage ,

OSTEOPATHS Surplus and Profits
Personal Instruction under Dr. Still Capital $141.000.00'IIIIIIIII'lln1111Itl'llllla'II..t'
at Kirkrrille, Mo.
182 S. Orange AY... ftboTt Poople*
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