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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 18, 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: VID00590
Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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I CENTRAL POWERS PROPOSE DRIVE ON







SlLONIKI; SERBS CAPTURE THOUSANDS




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. NOTIFY NEUTRALITY GREECE DESTROYS THAT FORTIFICATION SOUTH MAKES Election One Mill To To Vote Pave I'SENATE PASSES U. S. NOTE TO AUSTRIA



I Cemetery Road?


' 40,000 PRISONERS MARSEILLES REMARKABLEPROGRESS CITY COUNCIL FAVORS SPE- EMERGENCY STRONG;REITERATES( ( ITS


Only One Regiment of Greek CIAL ELECTION IN JANU-

ARY TO VOTE FUNDS FOR WAR TAX
Artillery and One of En-

PAVING STREETS TO CEMETERY -

gineers Remain at -MAY ALSO VOTE DEMANDS fOR DISAVOWAL L

Saloniki DIRECTOR OF THE CENSUS ON JAIL PROPERTY PROP 'I I EXTENDS FIRST REVENUE

SHOWS SOUTH'S PROG- OSITION.The BILL ONE YEAR BY
BULLETIN: -

London Saturday Dec. 18.-A dis- RESS IN 50 YEARS I I VOTE 45 TO 29 BELOVED ORLANDO WOMAN DEMANDS THAT AUSTRIA

patch to the Times from Athens principal matter of business PASSED TO REWARD YESTERDAY -

states that the Central Powers have EDUCATION SAID TO BE BIG CAUSE confronting the city council yesterday WASHINGTON HARS: GOOD NEWS AFTERNOONAT GIVE ADHESION TO
afternoon
notified Greece that they propose to was a petition signed by 3 O'CLOCKThe U. S. PRINCIPLESWIUNOTDISCUSSJYNEWFACTS
200 of lots in Greenwood
Saloniki. owners cemetery -
drive the Allies from
who petitioned that the road shocked and
Austria informed the community was
and
Germany Illiteracy Is on Decrease-Factories Principal Villista Chieftains Dis-
Greek government that the fortification leading to the cemetery be improved.The grieved at the death of Mrs Ethel

of Salonikl by the Allies has deprived Are Booming and petition was presented by W. P. card Villa and Will Sur- DeLaney Carter, beloved wife of Mr.

that section of Greece of Its Progress Made in Gwynne.The render to Carranza, Albert T. Carter, which occurred yesterday U. S. Does Not Care for Aus-
neutral character. Line/ city council went on record aI afternoon at the home of her

All favoring a special election in January Is:: Reported mother Mrs. Margaret DeLaney on trl:.'... Word of Regret-

Thousands 1916, when Orlando citizens will South Main street. For several day Note Not Made
Serbs Capture
Charleston, S. C., Dec. 17.-In presenting Washington, Dec/ 17.-The ndmln-
be asked mill
to vote a one tax fur Mrs. Carter had been very l'k. yet
London Dec. 17.-The Serbian figure showing the rrmarku- lotrntlon's first revenue bill extend. Public
the of bricking the
purpose cemeteryroad. her friends and relative were
succeeded In making thousand of ble progress made by the South In the At thIs proponed special election ing the Vmergency war tux for one unprepared many for the sad new.

prisoner during their retrent I before half century since the civil w.r. before the voters may also l he nuked to year, wan panned by the senate thlinfternoon The deceased WAR born In Orlando Washington, 1 1)4'('. 17.-I'renldent

the Austro-German-Hulirarlan drive, the Southern Commercial Con- vote the proposition of the city by n vote of 45:; to 20. WiUon And the cabinet connUlcred the
on and she was known to a wide circle
and 40.000 men who were raptured by KreM here today, Hum L Rogers, dl- buying the Jail property owned! by Washington, IJI'(,. 17.The princi of friend Following her marriageshe Austrian note on the n'ohl'p"e nt

them together with 750 Bulgarian, rector of the bureau of the census, the county.The t",1'lIIll1tft chieftains In conferenceat and her husband lived for a number length todiiy.

German and Austro-lfungarlan offlpern laid 1I11'It'I"llItt'l1ll' ' on education. While olTMnU entertain obj Chihuahua City have decided. to I It wn decided! that the communication .
city no of at llrunswlck, (Ia.! A
jeaM
taken prisoners, have reached not to the rent of the country, WAR evasive and not .
yet renponalveto
up j Marseille on their to n roncfii- the South has notable nf the demands made '
way n Improvement Commissioner Itoberlnon went KO faryentrrdny themselves to Carranta, accord! to make their permanent' home. any one by

ration ramp, a dispatch from the to dhow In this t-eipect. M t. Hogeri n* to offer n resolution thatthe lnj to n dispatch tonight to the Met- The deceased was thirty-five yean the United Plate Thin government

French seaport statei. unit), In pant city brick thN ran.) with ftltteen I lean embassy. here front the Carrahin old Wilt Inform Austria at ohr@trlht. -
Further particular regarding the Sellable &Index to the elvilUatloh that IhU
"A feet pavement Later t thH resolution consul at til:: t'aso Carte of Kumithient do
Mrs.
wan tt woman great
Italian force sent (td Altmhlrt. with the of it hnlloti of ft section U furhUhedby withdrawn, mantis that* Auftlrlii fntthftllh shall
presumed purpose, of rO-operatlhtf f JH statistics uf t fcchoul allehdahee. wan I tlreehWouiLWhile ------ Strength bt character, had a bright Kite .Jhp"ioH lu the (ifintipl !gov
the bar. funds She
aVftllnble tw mind and personality
pity hu
the llalkait toperatloHS of the! Miller turning tit these ntntMli'st we find there j U hurtle stillavailable engaging PFHifltf attatkft tin HtPFthaHt teasels

Slate .tUtt: the htiltiliep, of Wen already that IN I IftriO atpF6klftntely| ) M her put in the cemetery pavement ht the I frfim the hond, trior-ey iue! \ this was it devout Christian lady who I was anti liners hjr war craft ftft 'laid titian
time hut that it will eventually known for her heritable' deed and
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landed. Avltihrt \1ft {1't'10,000) the fcefltU pent, of the! white children nhd youth present tnUltto/ to the unfinished! paving, If lijr (thll Ilnilfd Aisles:' and .It derived
he, bricked is! assured The city kindness! and. consideration! for ethers!
tog 6f these troops f JS regarded alpperatieii from 6 to 10 yearn f age in tl< : the voters at the propped! special\ in impoflanl particulars front (the
fttfitiaU l can not brick: a street with ( \ Hhe grasped! J only the heauties\ !, the
(IflitlnJf! / + !* en ft large l wale, South attended f eh86l In 1810, near elettfan' ,vote for a one mill levy the lierisralinn of i' nlun.
out fund at their disposal! or until bleedings!! !, (the joys, the good (purposes!:
Mccording t9( tk military 9rfepend'! the of the dark 9f neon Second the United
*
( !: day States will net'
close ether premised\ !stretches of street arepaved (paving will he put in, The cost!: t of a of life, the things that endure, '
ent litntpthm, thi percentage had fallen !sateen: foot brick street ht the rem: Fe said she disruss new evidence or statementsalleged
her it
Of truthfully
( Of the l large fair( ef (flreefc (thAt to 83; It then began to rive, and' goflliU ( ttff j is estimated at a,5QQ fAn to be fads(: unless Austria
llefore the cemetery road' pan }he will IIP indeed missed, not alone! by
was stationed! at .PaloniM i only one later it !stood at 60, At the end shall)| first lay A basis fop the d spHs=
keview Main street Other Business Tn iilff 4 her Nt Py her pqnnlls'tritn411
paved avenue, family
regiment pf artillery and one of en: pf another go years in \Q\Q\ ft had, Lion by subscribing to the 'laws gay
North Orange avenue, and other sections The city council! voted 1400 to the find admirers. In her home is
gineers remain Athens, advices state, reached substantially "double what erning submarine warfare aa laid .
must be completedThe: pjtyofficials park board which will pay for park vacancy that will endure and sad
Greek army headquarters are now tKo i H was 40 years before, down by this government in its notesto 1
with one voice know that benches, salaries etc Mrsp.. and heavy hearts, the sores of which
bani 55 miles southeast of Mon-
(Germany,
"The statistics of school attendancefor
the cemetery road should be paved Whitman was reappointed park commissioner time alone can heal, but for these
astir Negroes show of course a much but until certain other obligations to for three years. Fred! M. aching hearts there should be conso- Third, that it would be a reversalof

more remarkable increase, because at associate editor 'of the Re the proper procedure and contrary _
property owners can be fulfilled no Allen lation in the knowledge that she has
JOYJ! the close of the war the number of to all legal maxims to consider facts :
steps can be taken to the permanent porter-Star applied in writing for the gone to that home not built by handsto
Negroes attending school in the improvement of the streets leading to I position of secretary for the city. receive her reward for just and or evidence, old or new, unless the '
The 'rlando public schools closed small in- parties to the absolutely
South was naturally very controversy are -
righteous living, and that it is our
yseterday and will remain closed until deed. In 1870 only a few years after agreed,on the principles of law
duty to bow in humble submission to
January 3, thus giving teachers and the close of the war, and before the Details About Big Wedding At the will of the Most High. involved. -:

pupils a full two weeks Christmas va- South had fairly begun to recuperatefrom Fourth, the United States therefore j
husband
She is survived by her ,
cation. Action towards this change the effects of that great strug- reiterates its demand for a disavowalof
The Nation's Capital Today her son, Albert T. Jr., her mother,
came as the result of an immense pe- gle, there were 130,000 Negroes at- Mrs. Margaret DeLaney and brothers the act of the submarine commander i'

tition from the pupils to the county tending school or a little less than 8 in sinking the Ancona and makesa
and sisters Mrs. S. Y. Way, Mrs.
school board asking for the extra cent of the total number of denunciation of such method of !
per tiff + + + + + + + + + + + r the buds come from the White House Phil Slemons, the Misses Eunice,
days vacation. school Twenty later the warfare. :
age. years + CHOSEN FEW WHO WILL + famous for orchids and lilies of the Claudia and Alma DeLaney, and
percentage had risen to about 30; and I It was stated today on good au- i
+ SEE TilE PRESIDENT + valley. James and Sinclair DeLa ey.
Among the college students return- in another 20 years, in 1910 there thority that the United States will J
+ MARRIED + Further details of Mrs. Gait's wedding The funeral services will be con-
ing yesterday to Orlando was Miss were more than one and one-half mil- I say also that it appreciates the expressions i
+ + toilet were learned today. Fol- ducted today from the home on South
Jessie Gedge who will enjoy the vacation lions of Negro children and youth attending of regret contained in the "
+ Mrs William II. Bolling, mother + I lowing the old admonition that a Main street at 2:30 o'clock the Rev.
season at her home on Hill- school in the South or about Austrian note, but regards them as j
+ of the bride. + I bride must wear something old, something Edw. T. Poulson pastor of the Bap-
crest avenue.AUT01BILJLACCIDENT. 45 per cent. of the total number of irrelevant at this stage of the pro-- j
+ Miss Bertha Boiling, Mrs + I new, and something blue, the tist church, officiating. There will be '\
school ceedings.The
age. + Matthew Maury, Mrs AlexanderH. + I president's bride will have on her short services at the grave. The pall N
"The South today is providing state department has not yet ,
+ Gault the bride's sisters. + i gown a piece of rare old' rose point bearers will be Messrs. Chas. Lar-
school facilities for more than ten decided when it will make the Aus-
+ Dr. William E. Boiling, John + from the Bolling family lace collec- tigue, Arthur Butt, J. Ralph Yearby,
million children and youth, onethirdof trian note public.
+ Randolph Boiling, Richard W. + tion, and a turquoise bracelet worn D E. Fishback, Oscar Lorraine and
whom are of the colored race.
Large Crowd Gathers as Two + Boiling, Julian B. Boiling the + by Mr. Wilson's two daughters when Frank Wright.

Studebakers and Hupmobile "The effect is apparent In a decrease + bride's brothers. + they were married. All the rest of
RAISE $$200 BEFORE XMAS
In the of
Smash Into One .in illiteracy. census + Joseph Wilson the bride- + the costume will be in the latest fash- GUILTYThe

Another 1870, 23 per cent. of the white popu- + groom's brother. +

lation of the South over 10 years of + Mrs Annie W. Howe, the + ion.The wedding gown is of amethyst jury in the case of the State Help to Swell the Sentinel Santa

What might have been a serious age were reported as not able to + bridegroom's sister. + chiffon velvet, fashioned by Julius vs. Robert Williams, which has been Claus Fund-$18.50 Was
is less
accident occurred yesterday afternoonat write. Today the percentage + Miss Margaret Wilson Mrs. + Kurzman according to Mrs. Gait's the center of interest in circuit court Amount of Donations
well the
the corner of Central and Orange than whites 8.have The shared Negroes in as this as + Francis B. Say re, Mrs. William + own detailed instructions. The hat this week, brought in a verdict of YesterdayThe

avenues when a Hupmobile and two improvement + G. McAdoo. the bridegrooms + feathers, gloves and suede shoes will guilty of murder in the first degree

Studebaker automobiles decided to the percentage of illiteracy for + daughters. + all match perfectly. She will wear with recommendation of Sentinel Santa Claus Fund

injure each other resulting in two Negroes declining from 85 in 1870 to + Husbands and wives of the + orchids from the president.The a mercy. grew $18.50 worth yesterday reach- '

smashed fenders and one broken 33 in 1910. + above. + details of the ceremony are ing the neat total of $139.30. The
"How wonderful the contrast OYSTER SUPPER A SUCCESS
lamp. com- + Dr. Cary T. Grayson. U. S. A., + still kept secret, but it has become I slogan now is "Make it $200 before

Frank Merck was driving hill pared with conditions 50 years ago + the White House physician. + known that the Episcopalian ring service Christmas." Every cent you give to
when those of the South who The oyster given by the
Studebaker south on Orange avenue sons + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + will be used. supper this fund is well donated. Many a
had survived the terrible conflict laid Highland Ladies' ,Aid Society last
and decided to turn east on Central Mrs. Gait's sister Miss Bertha deserving little heart will be glad-
fieldsof evening was a success. Quite a large
down their return from
to
avenue. Mrs. A. L. Forde, in a Hup arms Washington Dec. 17.-The busiest Boiling is expected to play the conventional dened Christmas morning when the
crowd attended and. a nice sum was
battle to desolated homes wasted
,
mobile was going north on Orange spot in Washington today was the wedding march. The wed- stocking is filled with a generous gift.
lands and ruined industries and realized by the ladies.
avenue and arrived at the corner at reso- cosy little home at 1308 Twentieth dnig party consists! only of the imme- This Fund will be turned over to the

exactly the time Mr. Merck turned lutely faced a future which seemed street northwest where Mrs. Edith diate relatives of the two principals Associated Charities who will upend

the nose of his Studebaker east. The dark indeed and void of promise. Boiling Galt and her mother live. The the sole exception benlg Dr. Cary T. Miss Ruth McCullough arrived in the money. Help swell the fund and

Merck car grazed the side of Mrs. "The South then had a population most casual passerby would have Grayson, the White House! physi! Orlando last night from Baltimore, make It reach the $200 mark.

Forde'e"tjMhich? caused her to of at>out.twelve millions of sorrowing noted that something untoward was! clan where she has been attending Couch Previously acknowledged .. 120.80

swerve, and to avoid a collision she peoples today it has over thirty mil' brewing. Tradesmen came and went, Observing a Virginia custom, Mrs. ft College, and will spend! Christmas Peter H Palln . . . . . . .. 1.00

turned east on Central !So sharp was lions prosperous and happy. Its estimated friends of the president's fiance called Galt wilt permit her old Negro vacation at her home on South Main Cash . . . . . . . . . . . 1.00

the turn that the Hupmobile\ crashed wealth 60 yearn ago was hot to speak a few Words with the happy "mammy" 'Aunt Matilda gtp top, street. Cash . . . .. .. . , , 1.00Cash

Into a standing Studebaker owned by more than three billion ,dollars) todayIt Woman who will become the first ladyof the daughter of A former slave In the I . . . , . , , , :100(

W< 1. Osborne, of Winter Park. U over thirty-five billion The out. the land tomorrow, and idlers clustered Dolling family, to superintend the ftoh't forget that boys admire a A Friend . , " " 1.00

The Ostarne machine sustained! It Ubl its manufacturing Industries!! to drink in with their eyes every dressing for the bridal. Matilda Was watch. Curtis & O'Neal have a large Mary I'. Joodwln . . . . . 1.00

badly damaged rear fender and Mrs increased from :3P0 t million dollars in bit which it Was possible to see of the Mr*. Dolling'a/ nurse. consignment of Intrergoll/ watched! for Cash I I . . . . . , , .30Dr.

Korde'a rar'n right front fender and 170 to 2/.00 million in IPI l0()| the product wedding/. preparation' Ai to the wedding trip, that U Mill 'boys, girls! end Id ltll. Prices range !) Joseph C. Mmitt . . . 2.00

lamp were twisted out nf shape, some of its wines increased! from The medium sited IHHI- 'IJ interior a dark I ?rtiPA"1iI Christian! MI lIl' from 91 to |2, and all guaranteed for W, W, !ItD/I' . " . . . 8,00

damage! also 'being& done to the radiator 1.2 million t to 1102()>; mlHi-i) 8ine, i U being/ turned Into the proverbial l U mentioned prominently in the! gas one year.bliss George and Mary Adair

Acme' IIrrt'ImlflWA' reached 18'!>9) the $autt1( haw added 18,00.000 bower ef flawer Prominent in the i l pip, however, Edward I . , . I . . . 1.00

after the accident a. to who I should 'acrea to the field planted in (rotten decoration: I Ii the orchid, Mr?, Gait' Mr. Gait will make her first otTi Leona Well and brother John I'I II. WUeff/ . I . . . . . . I 1.00

!settle for the damage incurred. The and 14.000,000 acres to those plantedin favorite! bloom l the new "Edith: Boll. clal appearance .M White House mistress Well, returned last night and win \\'. 8. H. t t. . t t. . . . t.. . 1.00 j

damage to both car was estimatedat corn. Ing" pink, and great palms from the on January 7, when the Pan- spend the Christmas holiday: at the -

"00. (Continued on page 6)) president's conservatory Most of American reception will be given Huston ems on Lucerne Circle Total ... ...,....,........$139.30THE :
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THE DAILY WILL YOU HELP I ferent persons, and ten thousand I IV

Will at this glad Christmas I pounds to some unknown individual I
South Florida Sentinel you whom he directed his solicitor to discover -
Reason, help to send food to hungry
WEEKLY if possible.! That person had I
MORNING AND
W*. C.M. P GLENN T.N'B..;lnrM....''Mtetlet.Wltoi I children warm? and clothing to keep them been accustomed to send him early ELDERLY PEOPLEA !
card with just
rot eed -.! Ih. t>mt..fflr. kt OrUmlo Ftor* This appeal is made by the National an anonymous post
"Beet wishes at this time to you"The
Mall KUtUf.BUBsCIUIMION .
w.. 8Hund CI M Allied Relief Committee for the F
writer clue to who
gave no as
RATE children of the allied\ soldiers. It

ball bear.,
Dint ttallr., I t Motiih Motttt. ..i... tl.10{ victim"they" tit are the little war children who are, Innocent without tire\ ? Not a bit of It. He Had care* get acquainted Our goods art AHOVH THIS: AVl'UAiKhtn: { ( : its. question' !' or) (Drugn)

--W..Io'= -' --I- -YN' .. .... .. .. .........II 11,00 fitit.l, clothing and shelter.! Many have fully In a nice preceded Jl "kt't.lilt them=the tied writer them can up and (iHi'diMi; Seed,

ALL BliWcSiwION; YAYABLM INAttVAM'H .1I"ll\hll others are facing death from lit l ilUwYtrfil: ," he nnlereJ In his will,
"' the want of 'the actual nevemitlet of
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=-= "I bequeath' '' him ten tluiuiaml\ puumU,
TO AD-ViMTlnlll life for hU. good will,"
0Y.., .., ,...",,, ewNI .11... "all. ... lilt I.I n"t t toe 'munition" of war It I would\ dearly hate liked fur the t TOURISTS ,
.....",'"". 11I11"I.\. Issd.k... In' *lm 111.. "luls.e' |II ix4 t tit Hid the fighting! forces that have
.. sender of those postcards' to got
ll
MI
m. Api f.t..ppl"II.ali w.aThu ,.I.' '/,'11tp' rm i "|llhutlcin"'' are Hiked, It I" fur I but ,,1'foth\ to find hllIlto'e,1
that \\
:
UttrtilClV'sn/Vlir: ::: ; "':" 'I tlirtf r' *ad1.t.J''II. ;4 U.nUerlUn 11. It ht-1pltllll| and destitute boys girls alai I money unavailing,

babes' in arms who ran not help them. I winning welt t tit UP: invited to make: our ulnre hrmt1IUtttEt'A.Cullth."uliA .
One hot
ran help \
,"miMi. Ihnuld,. tintlit dmlrlni' th. flrnHn.! .!rlttnt' dalIOa.?w elves 'the person \\hit wishes blht'tIeH., ( trertlhieltl it hit fair "lirieeH nre !fotihit) )It'it1 at OUP Ptiih' t (U truuU tlelltl'I'0ll11t'triwt0
ih.pt.rnl.. II .lll .M "lliHtt are Imlay' In the eountHes!
data tot ttilntln
i. tptus. tlood whhea! ate the big rest ttohd tin lliiiltB. i'hotie (tIfi\: ,
pnallnuel It the t t..lat uUerlpfld of 'the ttut-npentt allies ihouaahiU' bf In dty
kollm kt / Hi. Ich't U ildlehtful thlhtf trt
1ntll l : tI. . . .'H' It jtltlfut state' bf heel. Hit A
.T.Ip1.s1 l .. -.Hi-i *_ -- -'-'''-''-'''-''- rhllh toll lit it Ihlhlt 'that' other NFe thlhklhtf bf lift?
iAHUIItAli$ HHtteMtfeU t tM, I9la.\ |ttntlurt il I It? WrtF Hthtlltlohs. lit itt the Well Wlohet-i l III! UtlitklHtf+ (tf U*:
'Moos |tntt* Mf fait?! I IhfFri riFt
If* nl' wltflrtile ,
ill tt'lhHI1If hIhl@oti""IHi'l i'Rneh ;ntnl; HeUlAH thlltUfH IhlB VteFuSi 1 "I wish i tau * 'pitt
Ten'' rniHutM "| tthii' tttkftt ((8 die!
WeF@ | .frothing ef that kindII City Drug
\ Ht1i IH ?lit* tieilllttel\ ,, t Inns Iriltt Wnettttrnttan Mltt! $t Mtf I t (0 !'t@ OF (
I i f'i It-UUl
flf
111( dollars saved H Ilkf gCrtp; ;A f1ftltiinlI +
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mean -turned, t9 Prnue& 'th@i@ ire sip[ :
{ oars\ H Idesaes hots' Hilt piv@F! 1'1\11' \
=gThe = Irhled, t from thviF fUt! nt 1",1, t home: I the' TPpeiveFI tfan't know \vh.iFhget 4, !/, DRAN) Proprietor Orlando\ Florida\

ohlest" t horsn in the United (Iii: There IUt' 'b 4i\t.ilii that warp burn t* the most out flf, Ht

ti\tlii; Jim, H f i\fl1 "ht, owned l'If< n fMrtivit nt"Hlhuf with JlQ FlolhPg There are times when 'the world

p, |It Hmjman, pf Itavenna, 0-, died other than A part pf the ro ther' 1 breads' put into a mighty ehoirt, "s it I --- l .
I
recently pf starvation, doe to t the fat ;cant apparel: were, pf good| \vi hes. Christmas time --
that) l he had l'Qit his teeth t There are other children in partsf l 13 i the great season. Never had He I
months FOR SALE!
France who have lived\ for !
Q
more need! of them than at this corning
cellars outhouses and! other "An Idela Suburban
"fly by night" dry cleaners wilt n dwellings. These eNl Christmas time. It is an enormous I: My residence, corner north Orange second floor. Lot, 154 feet front on
have a hard row to hoe this winter if !merpency& opportunity for the good wisherto Home"Twenty and Robinson avenues, containing Orange avenue. Grounds attractively
shriek of shells
those established in the business have Iren have heard the make his power felt. Library, Reception Room, Den, Sewing arranged, and sprayed by under. .
)ver their heads and have seen the Room, Dining Room, Kitchen, ground system.
about it for the Mi\
anything to say hells bursting dangerously close to --- -- - acres convenient to Pantry, Grocery Room Lavatory, all Large garage and log cabin play. I
amians will organize for protection. hem. Innocent children, they have city, on hard surface road. Six on first floor, with bath and a sleep- house, etc. Will sell furnished or un.
o THE FLORIDA REAL ESTATE four hundred ing apartment with eleven windows I furnished.
of
containing
become
>een compelled to a part acres and seven closets and storage room on ll-T-lm
Hippity hop to the Christmas shop .var's horrors, to see and endure I & INVESTMENT CO. citrus trees just coming into
To buy some Red Cross seals hinge: & that have tried the souls of bearing; twelve acres cleared C CHARLES P. DOW

With one on each letterOf people of maturer years. farm land and two acres timber;

course you feel better "The children of Serbia are victims have moved their office to the comfortable six room house, -- -

You've heeded your brother' ap.I I of equally pathetic destitution and Benedict Residence, 114 East barn and irrigating plant.It .

peal. ,tragic; suffering. Their homeland has Central Avenue and hope to will pay you to investigatethis.

a !been devastated, their homes placedIn .
ruins and they have been made meet our clients and many new Price $:.V 00.00
The edict has .gone forth that no
to get acquainted with us! "Why Not"Send
more may .girls appear in silken wanderers in strange; lands. Little one '
hosiery-black, yellow scarlet or pink children whose parents cither have and our methods: of doing business. -

-nt the classical high school gymnaMum been killed or lout to them are without We buy and sell Real n box of assorted Grapefruit Oranges and Tanger-
in Lynn Mass Miss Agnes shelter and clothing and are begging Estate and Mortgages, loan
MsDonald, physical director is responsible for food because they are hun- securities and ines to your friends at home?
good
on
for this pronunclamcnto. !Ride gry. They are dropping from exhaustion by the road.and advance money money to. parties intending F.. A.. Wallace Realty C Col. 10 pounds ___________________________....___..$1.35
She said she had noticed an unusually dropping
20 pounds ________ $2.00
to build homes on easy ---------------------------
the basket lying.
large attendance of boys at
ball games.A "These are some of the children to terms. Bank Guarantee for our Room 3 Arcade Express Prepaid.

o whom the National Allied Relief transactions. Phone 117
Committee wants to send immediate PRES.
HENRY BENEDICT,
Hoehn (Kansas) paper reports
the conditions existing I
These
aid. are
forty that a pounds newly on arrived the iceman's baby weighed scales, at Christmas time, the season of Orlando Seed & Produce Co. ,)
and good will existing as a
;
peace
informed
and the iceman was therefore -

any more.that But he needn't that may come have around been food New for Year empty is about stomachs to dawn.and clothesto It is Grove for Sale! 206 S. Orange Ave. Phone 166

naked bodies that we wantto
unjust to the iceman. If all of the cover send thes echildren. There will 80 acre Lakesite, 35 acres in Grove; 2200 fine bearing
Kansas crop stories are true, can't a budded trees; 300 Seedlings. Close to brick road and
be no Christmas trees for them, no
Kansas baby weigh forty pounds?
candies or toys; they want food and town.
o clothes and it will make the New House Barns Outbuildings. Lucerne Theatre December 23

The newspapers over the countryare Year wonderfully brighter if they SACRIFICE for QUICK SALE
wasting hundreds of columns of have them. Big ONE JOYOUS, flUIULANT NIGHT

apace every day to say that nothings "We appeal to generous Americans EXCLUSIVE SALE COMING IN ALL THEIR GLITTERING: : GLOItt'IOSCAR !
will come of Henry Ford's European: to help these children. Chrlatmn .
trip In the Interest of the peace of Is happier for giving. than receiving; F. I10DCK: : I'UKSKNTS:

the nations Kveryltody: knows that none I I. worthier of aid than helpless, Orlando Real Estate Co.

but Henry Is .gcttnlg just what he little children" E. I). BRADLEY NEAL O'BRIENAnd

wanted, and It I I. coming. mighty All contributions should be sent to PHONE 501MlillllMMMIIMMIMIMMMMIiiMliilMi
cheap He could not havo bought the National Allied Ilellef Committee, ,WATKINS BLOCK His Great American MINSTRELS

half the newspaper apace for double care of Lee, Hlgglnnon& & &: Company : With everything new and more people more songs, dances, acts, stories and
the money his trip to Europe: will 43 Exchange place, New York city special features than ever before. Two new skits by AIR. O'BRIEN.
cost him, and who can blame a man o .
for getting things& as cheap as poi. "DARKTO VN"S BRAVEST FIGHTING THE FLAMES"AND
MGOOD! {WISHES.

Bible Gainesville o Sun. ion Some was one the said one that who the was richest fullest per of i dirislmas C Cards and Booklets !I THE PENNY ARCADE.

"An ordinance, prohibiting real estate !good wishes for others and who received ,
Prices 50c to $1.50 Seats at McElroy'a Pharmacy.
agents from soliciting business their good wishes in return. Exquisite selection(from Ic. up). Also Souvenirs .
from strangers or others on the Wishing others well did him or her : Novelties, Toys, Japanese Novelties, Stationery,
streets sidewalks, parks, depots, hotel I all the good in the world and the and Magazines.
lobbies, postofTice, or other public I good wishes in return were powerful

places within the city of West Palm j for good. Don't we find it so our- 22 W. Church St. A-B-COOK& COMPANY
J' Beach, and prescribing penalties for !selves? No one can do without them. Brl.nham & Hill
violations thereof," is the title of a They are our dearest possessions. I I ONE BLOCK EAST A. C. L. DEPOT : CHRIST BUILDING
,
new ordinance of the West Palm Alontagu: Williams, the celebrated .
Beach city council which may suggest British barrister, once related the II II 11111 1111111 II MIMIM II II 8 1 U 10%]
a method for Miami to deal with story of a rather unlovely old gentle. ,
the curbstone real estate nuisance. man of miserly habits and rejoicingin

Miami Metropolis.One the nickname amongst the urchinsof
D the neighborhood of "Old Pick. PURE FOOD STORE $ WE furnish our clients with Investments yielding a

hundred and fifty-two years bones." Generosity was not one of
regular net income payable monthly, quarterly or an
ago Monday, two English surveyors his virtues, and if he wished any human GroceriesCHRISTMAS
Charles Mason and Jeremiah Dixon, creature well he kept it a secretto nually.

began the survey of what came to be himself He was a man who
handle all kinds of Building Materials and furnish
WE
known as the Mason and Dixon line seemed impervious to all good wishesa HINTSRaisins

between the states of Pennsylvania solitary old .grudger who cared Walnuts Almonds Brazil Nuts Pecans, plans and estimates free.
This line afterward the bad wishes Current,
and Maryland. nothing for the &good or Burnett
Citron Orange Peel, Lemon Peel, Cluster Raisins
became famous as the supposed of any human creature. When he I

boundary between the North and the died however it turned out that he Extracts Burnett's Above Cake Coloring.The Are All.Fresh Stock BUI ENDING MATTER I A1.S I

South, or between the free and the had been by no means as thick CONSTRUCTION
slave holding states. The line was skinned ftl he ,,(',,",..,1. He left R will Phone 203 No. 8 W. Church St. AND

surveyed' at the Instance of William In which he bequeathed' money to Penn and Ixtrd Baltimore and the fur .

ryom were three years In makingthe 1
purvey from the northeast, corner I I HHMIMiMMMiMMIMIIMMMMMIMMi

to the foot of Savage montaln. ,
INVESTMENTS G. C. MontgomeryWe

SAID TIII

KINO OF' ENGLAND.At GOOD QUALITYIn
a recent review of the troops of Municipal and Industrial have employed the service of G. C. :Montgo nor

the second new army (writes the Bonds Mortgages on Improved our painting department. Cars overhauled and painted.
London correspondent of the Liver feeds costs a little more, but is worth much more.
pool Daily Pot) the king commentedwith Property. Prices for Fords, $10.00 to $20.00; Any cars $10 to $50.
manifest satisfaction upon the Our feeds are BEST Quality. Ask those who use them.

physical fitness of the men. His 8 per cent.
majesty noted with special pleasure

their healthy appearance and thebuoyancy Interest upon Investments of CURS MOTOR CAR CO.
of their step as they The Co-Opertive Produce Co.W. .
marched past and turning to those unquestioned security.

near him, he remarked: 'Surely this S. DeWitt, Mgr. No. 10 E. Church St. PHONE 447iiiiiiimiiMMMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMH Phillips
D.
V. Mgr
must be due to the fact that we have CHAS. P. DOW Freeman ,

now a temperance o army." The Peoples National Bank 14 EAST CHURCH STREET. PHONE 221I'

An ad In the morning Sentinel t
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TEACHERS SHOULD ATTEND AS. quisitive about TOOT attending and: the cotton crop of 16,135,000bales OAKLAND NEWS :NOTES AleE: YOU GOING TO HAVE YOUR

IF KIONEYS AND SOCIATION MEETING AT Our county board members and exceeded the next largest, that BABY IN HOWARD'S FAIR

TALLAHASSEEThe trustees themselves might well takea of 1911, by 442,000 bales. The total BABY SHOW?
Oakland, Fla., Dec. 16.-Mr. Jas.
few days off and, along with super- estimated value of all farm crops and Hatfield took a business trip to Clear- That Baby Show, at the coming
intendent and teachers, attend the animal products for the year is $9, Five County Fair, is going to be some
LADDER BOTHERTake program of the Florida Educa- water last week and reports that section show.
association in large numbers. In 873,000,000, an amount greater by '
tional Association, which has been ;many of the most progressive of Florida $83,000,000 than the next largest crop I'| to be very progressive. Lots Howard's of wise people have caught.onand
I Studio is stacking
up
:Mrs. O. Olson returned home this
I distributed throughout the state by I counties they have been attending value, that of 1913, notwithstandingthe pictures galore.Is .

a glass ot Salta to flash! out your Chairman Chas. M. Jones of the ex- for years. great decrease in the price of cot I week from a two weeks visit withI your child in it? If not, it is
I her daughter, :Mrs. Marie Jackson, of your fault.
Kidneys and neutralize irri- ecutive committee, indicates that the I 1 1I ton. All children under eight
i Piedmont. years.
EFFECT OF THE WAR UPON
tating acid meeting from December 28 to 30 will I Country as well as city children. Saturday
be interesting, profitable and instructive AGRICULTUREThe $20,000 COW MAKES NEW BUT- I J. S. Kellum, of Webster, spent and Wendesday. Absolutelyno
Sunday with his cousin, Eugene You .
TER RECORD charge. are favoring us.HOWARD'S
to all Florida teachers. I
and Bladder
Kidney weakness result iSpeer.
from uric! acid, says a noted authority.The How many teachers from this coun- outbreak of the war, accordingto I STUDIO-ON THE ;
kidneys filter this acid from the. ty are going to attend it? To a large the annual report of the secretary Buffalo, N. Y.-A world's record Harold Henschen took an automo- 12-5-tfc AVENUE

blood ana pass it on to the bladder, where extent, and in most instances, the an- I of agriculture, found this country in for butter production has just been bile trip to Sanford Saturday. I
it often remains to irritate and inflame, John Hatfield entertained a num-
swer each teacher makes to this fortunate completed at Pine Groves Farm,
ques- a peculiarly agricultural
causing burning scalding sensation, or I I ber of boys and girls on Saturday
setting Tip an irritation at the neck of tion will mark him or her as truly [condition, the year 1914 having wit- owned by Oliver Cabana, Jr., of Buf- Oakland
Six F.
I afternoon, in honor of his birthday. $875 O. B. Orlando.
the blacker, obliging you to seek relief progressive or unprogressive. Railway nessed an unusually large productionlof falo, by Lady Pontiac Johana, a three
two 'three times A happy time was spent.
or during the very
night.
fares have been reduced and a half year old cow valued at
to a number of In this
The sufferer is in eonstant dread j a staple crops. .
the :Mr. and Mrs. John S. Burns, of
water p&sses sometimes with a scalding moderate rate, hotel charges are reasonable "'connection, the report says, in part: f$20,000. In seven days Lady Pontiac
arrived last week to
Philadelphia,
I! en-
sensation and is very profuse; again, and school boards of a very I "The wheat crop of 891,000,000 {j jI Johana produced 41.81 pounds of butter -
there difficulty in avoiding it. and 658 pounds of milk. This joy several weeks of camping, hunting -
large number of counties have signified bushels established the nation's rec- |
Bladder wtAi.ne&s, most folks call It, I at the Collier camp, on the Gourd
because they can't control urination. their intention to help the teachers ord and was 128,000,000 bushels larger performance makes her the third Neck. '
While it is extremely annoying and sometimes defray the necessary expenses of than that of any other year. The I highest classed cow in the world, the 3bde r er o.l,

very painful, this is really one of attending the most important meetingto I corn crop of 2,673,000,000 bushels, two higher than her being full grown 1
the most simple ailments to Advetrtise in the SentineL "Oakland cars are sold everywhere '
Get about four ounces of Jad overcome.Salts be held in the state. while it was only an average one, ex- animals. She beat the former world'sbutter 1J

from your pharmacist and take a table- Practically every teacher in Orange ceeded that of 1913 by 226,000,000 record by 55 1-4 pounds. I

spoonful in a glass of water before county should go, and from the open- bushels. The oats crop of 1,141,000000 ,- Oliver Cabana, the "Holstein king,"

breakfast, continue this for two or three ing night until the close attend all bushels was the third largest on I paid $25,000 for a bull at public auction THE ALTAMONTEALTAMONTE

days.the urine Tnis so will It no neutralize longer is the a source acids of in the meetings, and join in the group record. The potato crop of 406,000- sale last January. He has the

irritation to the bladder and urinary organs discussions of educational matters 000 bushels was 74,000,000 bushels greatest collection of Holsteins in the SPRINGS, FLORIDA

which then act normally again. vital to Florida, both in the audito- larger than that of the precedingyear world. % NOW OPEN \
Jad Salts is inexpensive, harmless, rium and between sessions.
and the second in size in the his-
and is mide from the acid of tapes and Be sure and take the delightful 10 mile auto ride from Orlando, \ ,
lemon Juke combined with lithia, and Superintendent McKinnon can tell tory of the nation. The barley crop There are to be three "W. W.'s" in and see the "Beauty spot of all Florida." Delightful hotel with

is used l y thousands of folks who are you more in detail about the meet- of 195,000,000 bushels was nearly the Woodworth family, of Mattoon, every modern improvement. 600 feet of broad piazzas, overlooking V
subject to urinary disorders caused by ings. If a teacher does not attend, he 17,000,000 bushels greater than that Ill., and as far as possible, htey are two lovely lakes, and over 40 acres in beautiful parks.Bowling Tennis I
urio acid irritation. Jad Salts is Roque, Bowling on the green, Billiard and Pool Alleys
splendid
for kidneys and causes no bad should be able to offer some exceedingly of 1913 and the second largest on rec- to incorporate the name of the most Boats, Orange; Grove, all free to our guests. Finest fishing and

effects whatever. good excuse, for officials and ord. The tobacco crop of 1,035,00000 ,- famous "W. W." The three are triplets shooting. The Altamonte is noted for its magnificent location, delightful -

Here yxi have a pleasant effervescent patrons are deeply interested in what pounds was exceeded only by thoseof all boys, who are to be named I patronage and social life, (Good orchestra), Excellence of
UthU'WaUr drink, which quickly rtllms teachers do cuisine and service, and purest water in the south.
show themselves
to pro- 1999 and 1910. The hay crop of Woodrow Woodworth, Wilson Wood-
bladder. trouble, gressive, and they will likely be in- 70,071,000 tons was the third in Bite, worth, and William Woodworth. I CEO. E. BATES SON, Owner and Proprietcra.

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I FORAGE[ GROCERY[ COMP ., flee arrived 15.=- Mr from. P. C.llallle Mur t


.. I last Week and huw they Knows
I Everybody Where We Are
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL to begin life anew In their

J just a little west ttf town
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Telephone 038, 21 W. Church St Mr, J, Hill, Mr!. E, ,

\@ ', Q, II. Nelson! MIM
f Saturday and Monday Nelson! W. A. levis and

I), IlutleiJge! N HUk, And! 0 Meat Market
p
@)' wer- doing their Christ Yancey

early in Orlando! Th rs*

Grocery Deparraent
Sphaler, of Orlando! was T A, VANCEV, Pres & Gen'I Mgr.
: Sugar, per Ib " ,", ,,,, ,"$ ,07 Sugar, 100 Ib*., for " " business in Taft Thurs
Pastry Flour 2Mb sack . . . ,90 Flour, J l'i barrel, for , , , .
3 cans Tomatoes ., . . 0 . ,25 Irish Potatoes, sack .
. . per .0. Mrs, A I, Richardson, J, S.
f' 3 cans Corn .. 0. 0 000.00 ,25 . .
Sweet I otatcee. I bu. ,,, ...,., .90 Tomatoes do* cans 000. and F. W Martin were in ,
Ivory Soap, 6 bars for ,,.,.,,, .25 Cream, Tall, 1 doz. cans . . Friday separating them
Lenox Soap, 3 bars for .. . .. .10 Dried Prunes, 25lb. box . .
i Oatmeal 3 pkgs. .......... .. .25 Dried Peaches. 25-lb box . . their wealth. You are planning your Christmas dinner now.
t Toasted Corn Flakes, 3 for .... 25 7Y Cotton-seed-meal, per is still hovering over
J Pure Cane Syrup. 1 gaL ...... .55 5 per cent Cotton-seed-meal. Friday morning a bouncing
Broken Rice 6 Ibs. for ........ .25 Shorts, 100-lb sack ......... left at the home of :Mr. and
I Best Head Rice, 4 lbs. .. .. .. .25 Chicken Feed, per sack . .. RememberWe
Early June Peas, per can ..... .10 Purina Chick Feed, per sack Tice. Mother and
Pure Coffee, in bulk, lb. ........ .15 Bran per sack . .. ......... doing nicely. Next!
Bliss Coffee per Ib. ... . ... .25 Beet-Pulp per sack .-... .. :Mayor A. E. Boyce, J. have the turkey, chicken, duck, or goose that you want to makeit
Kosedale Peaches, 2 cans ...... .25 Water-ground meal per sack
Rev. R. J. Brewer and
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Best Teas, per lb. can .. ..... .55 Best Oats, per sack .. ..oo..
f Sliced Table Peaches, 3 cans .. .25 Laro Milk-producer, Feed. ... : were in Orlando; C. A. a perfect dinner. Also a full and carefully selected line of

Sugar, 25 Ibs. for ..... .......$1.70 Wheat, per sack ....... ..... in Formosa; and W. N.
in Pine Castle, transacting

Meat Department Saturday. Native and Western .
0 Mr. Carl Sphaler, has
Western round steak, per Ib..25 Pure Creamery Butter, per Ib. to Tampa, and W. N. Gart- $
Western Sirloin or Porterhouse Tripe 2 Ibs for . . .. .. . MeatsBeef
Steak, per Ib. .......oo.. ... 30 Breakfast Bacon sliced per been appointed to succeed .
Western Pork Chops, per lb. ... .20 Sweet mixed Pickles, per lb. "look a little oudt," or
f Veal and Cutlets, per Ib. ..... .25 Sour Kraut bulk per Ib.. .. pinched. .
....... ... Pork Mutton and Lamb Veal, Fish and Oysters.
: Leg of Lamb per Ib. .20 Large Smoked herring, each C. T. U. will meet at the ,
o Fla. Pork Hams, whole, per lb... .15 Brick Cod Fish 2 Ibs. for .. ..
t Fla. Roast Pork per Ib. .... ... .15 All kinds of Cheese on hand. Wednesday at 2 p. m., and
Fla. Round-Steak, per lb. ...... .17 Ham . ....... ..,..... 19 S. on Thursday at 1:30 p.m. Cranberries, Lettuce and whatever else the market af
Nuts Celery
Fla. Sirloin or Porterhouse . . .17 invited to both meetings. ,
Fla. Roast, per lb. 10 to. .. .. ... 15 WE WILL TREAT YOU
Mrs. A. L. Wright and Mr.
Pure Creamery Butter, per Ib. . .35 PLEASURE IN OUR fords. '
J. II. Estes motored to Kis-

Tuesday in Mr. Wright's phone 135.
Phone 317. .

Phone 638 news but-we notice
that Andrew Carnegie WE GIVE SAVINGS CHECKS. .
r his large fortune until

a man of moderate means,

; Winter Park News' CANT DODGE TIIESE .' On this modest
he is enjoying! life,
!f The traffic department at 1212614't. little wood for Mrs. Car

y GiLBERT AT LEE ELIMEDOE: ttro.' faces! not only the get breakfast while he milks
shipping out the! mnnuf and feeds the pigs, etc., until
: Next Tuesday evening, December Meat Market
but of promptly handling all ", "Andrew! breakfast! is Yancey
:21 I, At 8:30: o'clock, Gilbert At Ie tennis. and supplies to prfv Now If he wishes atlll more

JoIJrttdjto: the noted! Impersonator, ge(tlon nt the unloading he might reduce! his pile a .

will appear at Knowlei hail The the Immensity of thl tank U by sending us a check for T. A. YANCBY, Tren. & (;Jen'I Mgr\ ,.
evening, will be devoted to Christ man realized when It I II known and then we would nil
I Character Sketches, which will be Incoming truffle amount to : Come early and avoid! the r

given by Mr. Rldredge in costume age of 100 car load of
All lover of clean wholesome humor In this are 400 ton of coal 1\Irll. Onborn and on. of satisfaction
should Avail themnelvei of the opportunity steam boilers, 15,000 gallons I Ohio, who are touring Quality service,
,
of wltnenlng Mr Eldredge'i oil for the heat treating / In their auto, are stopping
performance 000 pound of steel for part, day In the 1) H. Bphaler
of sand for the foundries, 5Q Second avenue. They are
pig Iron for the gray Iron Impressed. with Taft and
Just a few more ilayi and the rollegs *
home here for wln-
ilU.OOO pounds. of brass for a a
crowd will leave the campus for _ __ ----l::
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Chtllt hut Vncnlton.. At present every num for the aluminum toundt after they look It ovef. I Opportunity tot our church 200 10NM) OF.0> IHMTIFUI HOLD) lIEt'iivI *
1-HDM t l'1tt1NU1TERIANt'iltillt'll bytery
llyd!
one Is hard at work, and though the recent guests at the ''oH it At NISW \"tHut
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1915! i'UIUI !' were It. It. Jotephsofi! !! PAR dIX l I td
u ervetl tin. every hand the real! good!: = 1>. W, Illicit, Cleveland, O.J, = (tjuest Na Conquest! New York=two hundred ton of

times bf the Hot tins! IntY"t and girls ftfUHnril Putt, f, n. ll OrlaHhv > f, tttm, Winter Park, 1 1t.1| January 2nd wilt le l* our eommUhiun, MI!, worth .1U@,(m,6tU"() ", and occupy*
has fitfah'ely begun a<4 rat Ntiilit\ East: starling:. and llghtllttf (I \\ ""tl, It tllltl1lt, Me.j and with FptejtUen ef new member, het i'AIII I'linMIUM UHIN KrJAIlV \\t\S\ the spare' of three! curds of wood,

J Hm: :-====,,,,-=,= \ Norwalk, Onto! work for ft l large ingath: I inn() IHilllI1I1U'I'IUNW are fitered,t in the United Htate l is ay
NltMlk: ,Hll, HlltfF| <" ==== ===-=- ) Itailier, shop\ ha* opened at' us pray and J/J'H5/ '
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Specials for Saturday tIllf\t: ltWtlfli =- ==== ======== \ tiring at this time
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and Monday l loch and At fit flayfp. were I day fop the\ Sabbath eehool ,and I I fur the t ubiropical( 1 M ill win. sign Qinlt brought to the United
Total cost!
Driven only--uuu six months after bargains in Orlando church when with the closing of the tar Fair, has placed* fair prtlmhJm I fltates! within about: si*E week in an

Beet Patent Flour, 34 l Ibs,..-----$ ,pO you give me in caiih't1JrISi 'I' old and the coming of the new, list for distribution at the state effort tQ maintain the financial\ I balance 12
Rood Head Rice, per Ib, _uuu ,06 Ford" care Sentinel office, convenience, Take the jih year will be dedicated Dank in Apopka, the Winter Garden between European: nation and
Pork and! Beans, 3 cans for uu ,25 round trips daily, Orlan" it is hoped many lives Pharmacy, and the Blakejy store }in the United States, H Is finer than
6 pkgs Washing powder __u__ ,25 I1RAINAGE r OG and! return. Formerly by to God. Ocoee, Residents of these sections the gold used in tbe United States
6 Cans Sardines -u______ .25 spend all day in Orlando I Our Presbytery is self supportingin may obtain the lists free of charge mints, The employee of the assay
6 pkgs. Matches n__._________ .25 O. P. Swope, of Oviedo, an hour's work. We under. its home mission work. This support I.I, by applying at the places of business office, working overtime, finished today -
Georgia Table Peaches, per can. ,10 city yesterday, Mr. Swope if successful it will)) soon comes wholly through the free mentioned. the task of melting it down.
cently returned from Taft will offerings from the churches and
to Kissimmee.
Pure Ground Coffee, per lb. ____ ,18
3 Cans Peas _-_______-_____.__ .25 is engaged as one of the Scucht, who is surveying the work is planned on an apportionment
3 Cans Soup _________________ .25 the Taft drainage district and in developing and dem- of $1.50 per member. We are I JANSEN'S BAKERY
CARL
Scratch Feed-Meal-Grits. 10 Ibs. .25 that the preparations for the land for the Orlando aiding nineteen churches. Others are

Apples, per peck ______________ .50 age of that section of Orange Company, expects his fam- calling for needed help. Twelve men
Irish Potatoes, per peck _______ .35 gressing nicely.-Sanford week and will occupy the are in the field. The work is pros. 11 NORTH ORANGE AVENUE PHONE 52

Pure Apple Vinegar, per qt. ____ .!' cottage on First avenue and pering. Two new churches 135 new Purity Bread made under Sanitary conditions. Chocolate,
FOR SALEI They come from Jack members, and three new preaching
stations this year. More than $2,100 Marsh-mallow Rolls, Cream Puffs, Cocoanut, Chocolatd'and Lemon -

Honest Weights and Measures have seven, thousand H. Baker, who is con will be needed to finance the work to Layer Cake, Macaroons, Lady Fingers, Pies, Rolls and Coffee

ery trees, including several the U. S. department of March 31st, on the present basis. On Cakes, Boston Brown Bread, Home-made French, German and
of orange and grapefruit i I and home economics, was April 1, 1916, there should be a bal Cream Bread.
Cash Co. sell them in any quantity. Tuesday analyzing the soils, ance of not less than $1,200 to begin
Grocery the ideas for demon- the We need the hearty cooperation -
located at entrance to Fair proper year. Our Shop Always Open for Inspection-
Telephone 648 7 E. Church St Harry P. Leu. Phone 89. .1 cultivation, and production. of every church in the Pres-

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A full line of whatever you want in Meats. We have them all. Turkeys, Chickens, Oysters.A .



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EACH AFTERNOON AT 3 P.l\I. SANTA CLAUS HAS ESTABLISHED HIS HEADQUARTERS HERE.

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$8.50 SUITS OR DRESSES 10U..... .....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 7.75 $19.00 SUITS OR DRESSES FOR...........16.25 $35.00 SUITS OR DRESSES FOR..........$29.50 t.
$9.50 SUITS OR DRESSES FOR ..........$ 8,25 ..........$17.00 $31.75
$19.50 SUITS OH DRESSES FOR. $37.50 SUITS OR DRESSES FOR..........
$10.00 SUITS on DRESSES'Olt..... .....S 8.50 .........$17.50
$20.00 SUITS OH DRESSES FOH. $38.50 SUITS OH DRESSES FOR ..........$32.75
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SUITS on DRESSES.Olt.
11.00 12.00 $22.50 SUITS OR DRESSES FOR..........$19.25 $39.50 SUITS OR DRESSES FOR..........33.50
14.50 SUITS OR DRESSES.Olt...........
$15.00 SUITS OR URESSES FOR..... .....512.75 $21.00 SUITS OR DRESSES FOR...........20.00 $42.50 SUITS OR DRESSES FOR...........S33.75

IG.OO SUITS OR DRESSES FOR...........813.50 $25.00; SUITS OR DRESSES FOR...........521.50 $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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Winter Park \ J, iR ATTOHNBY.AT.LAW
fall is f FhsY wilt ftHhi la the 1IHR:
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'T.III lag N(n.i'"* 'I\r "i in i :,"i hR 5115,the..flT! 1 lll NH+:.:l: No 4 Wet. Pine @rcetPhan

(fH"'HI'/ "11't.. IacwrpaceNas' them, lhsgca..uSt4 No Leaking in
''5 11114 si scr..ura, into II U.d. heInle.
sad tPfPNf.h III deed and ill 14W, sale, un Ypwr Pocket,
the arms tit 'sJ..r-. >ri04 Gram 4-.0
pray, unJt--r $.h* f IIHIt ii'tf charter sad ui- DI5c IIt3 Nu .
Dally Budget l 01 Hems Concerning ,:le* of incorMtr.liuR, th. prisms of .hick 'Air Around the
with lie on file in the office of the Secretary How About
0' but of .std bUt of Honda, at the city DAVIS & GILESATTORNEYSATLAW
fl' T IUha cc, during the time required t>Y Point.An
The Town And Rollins CollegeIIISTOUV law for the. publication of ibis notice Edison Pen
FREDERICK HHELMS
makes writing easier than
CHARLES O FLEMING
JOSEPH H RHO4DES. talking. r
ROBERT B. KERSHNER. Phone 72 The ink flows freely the One of
REMARK .
CLASS, WINTER PARK THE SOUTII MAKES ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION OK INDIANArLORIDA
COMPANY. instant you touch pen to
WOMAN'S CLUB MEETS ABLE PROGRESS We. the underaitrned.GROVES do benby auociateurwlvc Rooms 5, 6, 7. 8- paper stops when you

Yesterday afternoon, at the library, together for the under purpose the of State becoming of- Davis & :McNeill Block take jour pen up.

the history section of the Winter (Continued from page 1)) Florida a .body and do corporate adopt the following a. our Note the two little circular

Park Woman's Club held its regular "The South has rebuilt its homes, Article of Incorporation: reservoirs in the feed These for a
ARTICLE L indicated by the arrow.
meeting under the leadership of Dean restored its credit, rehabilitated its The name of the corporation hall be In- These deep little reservoirs .

Ferguson.An old industries and established new diana-Florida ottic shall Grove be in* the Company County of IU Orange principal Victor Starbuck hold ink in readinessfor

interesting and instructive talk I ones. The Southern people have State of Florida and iU buaincM hall be n ruing; take up the
conducted and carried on in Orange Count and hold when ChristmasGift
ink it
on "The Medieval! Church" was given I talked no more of war but have livedin Florida. but branch offiren. factories, ware.house. your -
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW leaves the
Mrs. after which a and amnci may be ectablUhed. at pen paper r1
by Ferguson, preached peace and good
peace ..
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ouch other points within aid Stat. or Let us demonstrate the ,
number of papers on the reformersof will to men, and have literally con. whrre, a* lu lioard of Dirrctora\ may from Phone 161 great adtantage of our

the church were read by the following ,verted their swords into ploughsharesand time to time dmlicnate and derm II. adviaable.ARTICLE patented feed and safety

class members: Mrs. Flye I their spears into pruning hooks. The m-nrral nature of the builnm to be No. 6 W. Pine SI.Orland.'\ Fla screw cap. Say goodbyeto ?
ranaartvd. by raid corporation hall be to 'finger smearing" e
Mrs. Chas. '
subject, "WycklifTc have built churches and school
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They bur, sell. 1 Iran, convey, mortgage, bond im- pens. Get an Edison t I
Smith, "John Huss;" ,Mrs. Dachus, houses. The South has educated its prove and develop real ectate and land ; torert
all
Made in
dwelllnn and other buildings and stslesfrom
"Erasmus: ;" Mrs. Twitchell, "Luth people, cared for its dependents and ructure: to plant rultlvate end otherwise $1.50 to $10.oo.
are for land. and to bring Into bearing any I
er. true to the precepts of those who citrus groves, fruit orchard, icardvn or One of our guarantee

The meeting was well attended and were its leaders in thought and actionin truck farm for the production of uch frulu.rtrrtabln .. R. RAY WHITE policies ghee w ith ever)'
or other products on IU own account
purchased.
proved most instructive. The history days gone by, it has maintained a or for other, to buy, ail gather bar pen

section is doing good work under the high standard of citizenship and pub. vet vegetables, .park and hip other and otherwise product. handle and fruit sub. ATTORNEY-AT LAW Edison Pen Co.scoapusaTap .

leadership of Mrs. Ferguson and is lic service." tancr..* on Its own account or for other*; t :
'the to buy Hell, feed and otherwise handle II".. Room 44 Petersburg, Va.
of most features
helpful
proving one -
stock hose, poultry, and to buy, veil and
of the club activity. otherwise handle dairy and poultry product; USED EVERYWHERE
ADDITIONAL LOCALSCol. 10 conduct a (canning, bottling and eonaery.ing Watkins Block Orlando, Fla. SOLD BYLUCERNE U
factory or factories for ('canning or conserving ,
SERENADE DR. AND MRS. In any manner whatever fruit, ..... .
and Mrs. W. A. Hunt were stable and other .ubi>tancn. for the production PHARMACYWe
IIOTARO of non-alcoholic liquids from fruit, vegtablr .
among those arriving in Orlando yes. or other ubtanr. and to contractor
A large number of Winter Park terday afternoon over the Atlantic the production of fruit, vegetable or Worthington BlackmanATTORNEY.AT.LAW 1
people gathered last eveningat other nuhiitanre* for such canning, ronaerving Give Sa\ing Checks
young Coast Line. They have been spending and bottling and to sell Inwe or otherwine -

the Smith home on Interlachenavenue the summer in Youngstown, Ohio. Iterate dispose cold storage of same and; to refrigerating build. equip plant and: When in Kissimmee Visit the Palace Drug Store

for the purpose of serenadingDr. They have been coming to this city h build I 1 construct equip and operate water Phone 617
and Mrs. R. F. Hotard who returned plants for irrigation or other purpose, to -
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for a number of years and are boost. mild, construct equip! and operate electric
not long since from their ers for this section. As usual they and. power plant for commercial and otherurpcweii Rooms 13 and 14 Yowell-Duck
tn operate a clubhouse or bot..1and
"musical"demonstration
honeymoon. After a slight will make their home at the New Lu generally tn carry on and deal in merhandi worth Building. 11111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111
the crowd was invitedto of any and all kind. and dntrriph -
f cerne hotel. >na and within the limit herein eUewherempoKrd.
come in and enjoy refreshments, to lend or borrow money to accept
social hour !J11owcd.E and execute notes or other obligation. forame
} and a delightful Miss Evelyn: Odlin, an attractive and to cecure the payment of such v "
E The newly married pair ire among: len or other obligation by mortgage, or Phone 72 UNCLE SAM SAYS
young lady of Arcadia, arrived in ,.1..1... of Its property of each and every de
the most popular young people in ,
criptiiin ; to purchase contract for or lease
Orlando yesterday afternoon and is
all real estate or eriional proiierty that
Winter Turk demonstrated by maye
ae was
I the guest of Mrs. ('.eo. R. Newell at e deemml neceaiary or convenient In ...rr,. Paul V. HutchinsAttorney w
the large number who attended the Ins on IU ImnlneM. : to erect conntruct and
her pretty home on Lake Cherokee.She ntablUh branches, warrhou. or factories ,

I serenade last evening. wan accompanied by her friend nterpriiiea tn hold. (I....ulwldlary.. rent. own tn. or<>|>crate necessary, bur or or sell ex. nnd Counsellor nt Law That you will make no mistake in the purchase of

11111II't'III1, of New York who has ,>..lIrnt for the conducting of Its said' l.u.l.|
n.\Nlm.\I.I. SQUAT MEETS: : ness : to hold own buy or sell or o/herwlw..!
keen vUitlng her at her home in DeRoto d....1) In the .t?clii, Imnd or other evidence. Davis & McNeil Hldg
A meeting of the Rollins baseball ,,f pmiwrty or the Indrbtednei. of Individual. MADE IN BOND
squad was held yesterday and a large rounty. Miss Odlln has many 'artner>hli*, or roriioratlon. leaning, awn.ng . ORLANDO FLA CIGARS
friends In Orlando where she former or oIerslina| urh enlerprlae. ami ren.rally .
number of candidates' for baseball! In e'ercle any and all power n.......
honors turned out. Unusual enthusU ly resided with her parents, Judge anl expedient In the Irannarthm of Its
..rr bu.In.. .
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and Mrs. A. .\ Udlln.tUU'AtMMt. *
aunt ,U being" displayed& In the work Afttlrtfc: lit he knows what
tot Christmas idfta to
The rapKitl *(nrk nf nald mrimrnllnn* Khaliie Dr. F. F. Thompson your men aa they
of the hide this and' that :
year, how Mfl) himMnd lIlMinnnnoi Unllanin
the football\ season is over the Work BALK tat HivliM. lnn nt" IhnuflMHii. I linnni\ Mti ere tttul )Kunrntitee.4!' that tHey nt-6 0, Ki 1
!
lit Weeding out the bnwhaU! players l = ''tit C r t..1I Cash tlOOll1 i ter in tiHtpertri tMlur* .rHil.Mfh, Hf IK: .U*..>helot!l;foP IHi Dentist *th ttlnr your orders now with the only t x lu91Chftlr

Don't the ChrUtrrttts\ Kale l bfftinoin f Hf nrrvli-Hi nt a )1101111'11111.1\ rtu'
forget rap
In Orlando.}
Coach hhl' Morn
Will in earhesti
begin
Rood ,
rt I* Bwj *l ft lh. d!
lopeBare! the! met A prellminnfy fairy work ami home rack= ,,1" iHrertMf'': rkilnl fad (t'h\jr.: :\ .' e oihieily bf' New Yotl

ing tiy the Hewing Citric of th@ I'IFat t !
l kbrkout in the ftftefnttun and there 'filII 1IIdaCI'\ Hf Ihlshtt+jiHfallSfh| .fctall rH)
i Aft! ft number ef the new men! whayn Mi 1 K, ehuwh, at Our OFot@Fy Ce.'a I..HIII!; 115 80UT1I OIIANGH

Phow@II \ in A fiUFtfUingly| l nntotae(! = !tftf@! en Eftat! Pine street Saturdayeft@Fnmmn .'' (<...' AHflfLB..* k h.i F.IFi V|.,..cath.S. 101111\1\ hlf"Ri4fted'5 Over Curtis & O'Nenl's GOOD AND BAD CIGAR STORE
tory manned! anti evening, DecemberAH I$, tllil; fHlIlVtiRIJ $8C''ale I piss'
,arfetaci and t'IIft"A ,
donations must .19 at the ttt're t 1'X.Aif'.1': : Hf t"lie llcathm: :

t not iatep l than 1 3 o'lo@Saturday IIf 1l1i1P'f' | Of .inch, orbee 'u .Iw \totM) 122 S. Orange Avr., neat lo T. n. Evan
1- jl'l;Clt\li niKIHTMAH EDITION; "HH mitm py one sad the sums (It!r wR, RBI.)
r this Iluacd pt ii4Featam allllll tll\VII pews iivdirwte
(IP HOI.UNH PANIWim
pU.e alliesI 11'I shall ha deemed pmplll'
f The Rollins aAn4 per \t. getting out MOTHKNS OP BABIES l'LEASEHoward's The dU pf the a.nnua.1 I seminal .f tt>.. MfMMMMMMMMMMIMMMMMMMMMMM MM
.t I: II"hI"1\ N I.he Tuesday of
t a special eight page Christmas edlT) -- January of each and every year, .t which
Studip, on the Avenue, meting they shall\ elect such .
t lion today, The paper U to contain At' wishes to thank )'0" very kindly for the pi roc ton cq elected shall thereupon Itirecton.elect and . . . . . . . . . . . . .1.-.1..8. . . . . . . .
number of article one of the other! officers of the corporation Until
special
t' responding so generously to the call( the first annual meeting. thereof, the business -
which will be a Christmas story which for babies for the fair exhibit. You of the corporation shall be conducted OR, L. H, RAMSDELk
t in contest conducted have done fine. You have loaded the and carried on by the following persons aa .
first Overland
prize New
a
won such officers OPTOMETRIST at $800
studio so that it will take until
under the auspices of.the Sandspur, the week up after Christmas to get CHARLES REDBRICK O H.FLEMING.HELMS. President Vice-President. ORLANDO . FLORIDA

ready for Please do not bring ROBERT B.
more.
CANDY SALE your babies for the fair until the Treasurer KERSHNER Secretary and JTC FIT GLASSES GRIND LENSD Oversize Tires, Shock Absorbers and Extra Tire
'I ARTICLE VI. AND DO ALL KINDS OF
Wednesday after Christmas. and thenwe
f The Ladies' Aid Society of the The highest amount of indebtedness to
; will be glad to run the free prop- which the corporation may at any time ..ubj..t ornrAiSURVEYING RRPAI1U1IfO
Methodist church held a candy sale osition for a short time longer. Due itself shall be One Hundred Thousand Buick 40 at $400New

at Mrs. J. C. Vick's millinery parlor notice will be given. (1100.000.00) Dollal'll.ARTICLE VIL

yesterday. The sale was well patron- The _lor the corporation shall be a circular -
FOR SALE CHEAP seal with the name of the corporationand Tires and New Paint
realized
ized and a nice sum was Orange County Florida around the
which will be used in the work of the margin and the word SEAL across the center -
70 acres virgin pine land, just off with "Incorporated above and "1916
below the and
organization. word seat Plating Sub-Dividing
brick road and fronting for half a ARTICLE VIIL
mile on the southeast side of a beautiful The several places of residence of
the subscribers
WINTER PARK NOTESDo lake not far from Orlando. $75 to the capital stock of said corporation PROMPT AND ACCURATE i Winter Park Auto Co.
land at $30 per acre for an immediate and the number of shares subscribed
buyer. Address Box 546, NOW. by each are as follows: WORK
your Christmas shopping at P.I I 12-18-6tc Frederick? **. H..lms. Indianapolis. Ind., ,
Dale & Co.'s. 12-18-tfc 300 Shares. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
100 Charles Shares.O Fleming Hartford City Ind., I HAL A. IRISHCivil I

Have located Mrs. Tuttle's Gift
B. N. Moore and family arrived you Joseph H. Rhoad.... Hartford City Ind. Engineer
this ? If not be
Shop season sure .
100 Shares.Robert
from Massachusetts and will' 11.111111111111111 II 11111 II 1111111 II III r . .1111111111
Friday you do. .1-12-8-tfc# B. Kershner. Indianapolis. Ind,
Professor II. S. Pope's cot- 550_ Shares' _
occupy -- - - ----- - n 47 Watkins Bldg., Orlando, Fla.
witness our hands and seals this the 11th
tage for the season. day of December. 1915. .
SEAL FREDERICK H. HELMS. r

Full line of Christmas goods at P. THE LUCERNE SEAL SEAL JOSEPH CHARLES H.O RHOADES.FLEMING. ACCIDENT HEALTH

Dale' & Co.'s. 12-18-tfc SEAL ROBERT B. KERSHNER.
STATE OF INDIANAI) F. A. PEPPERCORNBUILDER LIABILITY AUTOMOBILEBURGLARY
|SS:
Postmaster Denning reports that
COUNTY OF MARIONI!
Christmas parcels are being mailed in I HEREBY CERTIFY. That on this the and CONTRACTOB PLATE GLASSPROPERTY
11th day of December, 1915. before me. the
large numbers the last few days. undersigned authority venxmallr appeared Phone 37 DAMAGE WORKMAN'S COMPENSATION
Frederick H. Helms Charles O. Fleming
TODAY Joseph H. Rhoades and Robert B Kershner
Christmas ties hose handkerchiefs,
TO ME PERSONALLY KNOWN AND
at P. Dale & Co.'s. 12-18-tfc KNOWN TO ME TO BE THE PERSONS
NAMED IN and who. signed the foregoing 4
several Proposed Article of Incorporation, and *everally L. Percival Hutton
Mrs. F. A. Cushman spent acknowledged the execution thereof to

hours in Orlando yesterday. Last Chance To SeeTHE be their free act and deed for the use and Georgia Casualty Company
purposes therein exprewed.WltneH . 37 Liberty St., New York, N.Y .
my hand and official seal 1 at In.
Go to P. Date & Co.'s for Christ. HUMAN WONDER dianapotlii' Indiana, the date afnrivaldHEAL ARCHITECT

mas postals, cards booklets and WM. W SPENCER. GEO. A. HUTCIIINSON, General Agent.
bankets. 12-18-tfc In a Remarkable DemonstrationOf Notary Public. .
fancy McNeill Davis Building Orlando
My Commission expire November' 14th. ,
Itla I. Orlando, Florida
NOTICE Facial Massage With Florida.

Sitting made up to December 3 TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY I I I Room 4 and Watkins Block Phone 700
will tit'I finished nt the Evans: Studio Broken Glass Member F. A. A.

No. 102: North Main Phone 12R.: .'. .
M2.18.3te And Contraction t of the Muscles! HUP ROADSTER 14 model' ovr. . =
hauled new top painted nearly .
new tire. 1 100 cash !lox 733, city. S.S.JonesChiroprac -
roil. CHRISTMASTRY : 12-17-31:

SOMi: : OP THAT RICH FRUIT!
Uwuul Hun of Jood; (Picture''
SITUATION WANTF.Oy settled l tor
CAKE
white woman. In bonntlng house or
T. 0. HTUSIKINO: .. CO. mall hotel. Address XYZ, rare Sentinel The Longwood HotelOpen

,Hold" 'In Wlnlrr Park by Ith KpUode: of "WALLING, 12-l7.3t -

F, W. 81U:1'lI1mUItoom I.'onu" Series.Hl'ECIAL FOR MALE-Tract-of 13ft: acres, part* Graduate of Davenport, la., Col under new management. Special attention

ly cleared, between 7-ellwood and lege given to auto partied
Hot-rente Price IliOOO Termi. 8,8
No. 8, Bchults Hid I. ;Mattark, tlo* 050, Tahipa, .'Ia, gpccialUt on Nervous and Rate $::,00 and up, American! Special rates! by tho
MATINEE: AT :3 O'CLOCK W.1I-SI week month.
: or
Dr. C. W. Fain Chronic DI. AIO..

Including 'Uud."III. WANTEn: =Want |d buy B IfflaUtidupe Located at Longwootl, Vila, the town ef opportunity

DENTIST and l loll Slid! A vacant\ Irttl; D. A. MIDQLEY\ ; Mar
Offlft hours I 10 It 3 to 8, must net te far out| prlee must t 1.e 4th Floor, Y. D Building

AJdrtu A. b), C "ntl.ntl. .
rifht rare
WINTER PARK, FLA. 5c "Same Little ricea" IOc lZ.U.tt Phone 209 tt


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Solo, "0 Little Town of Bethle- Massachusetts to take special Chris ==[o=: :
hem," Miss Elizabeth Branham. tian training.Mrs. F cI1jJo

I f'f'@rhttron Snrie tJ Christmas poem by Miss Whitman. Ira S. Patterson is one of the "GET IT AT ALLEN'S"
Quartette, "Heilige Na ht." foremost Junior workers in the state.

Solo, "The Birthday of a King," Since she organized at Live Oak in

Miss Gilchrist January, 1915, they have grown from
MRS. SCOTT WAS CHARMING Will Stand by the Home." Hymn, "Coronation. 42 to 3 in membership. They read

HOSTESS Mrs. J. B. Magruder'a paper on All are welcome, especially the the Bible daily, distribute bouquets,
'Yesterday afternoon Mrs. R. Bruce Peace and Arbitration was most excellent young people. literature, and garments; visit sick
Scott charmingly entertained at her I and listened to with rapt attention -0- and strangers; hold special missionary -

home on Lucerne Circle with a nine It is hoped it may be published Miss Sara Siemens arrived in this and temperance programs. They Z

tab'a bridge party in honor of her i I in full in the near future. city yesterday from Johnson City, raised $il.60 for their work and expended II .

guest, Miss Ethel Tamblyn, of Toronto -' Bring l'earWe Pray, a new an- Tenn., where she spent several weeks the name for good. Elizabeth

Canada. The spacious home was them by Mrs. Robinson-Murphy, was since leaving New York city, and! will White U Decretory. .. uJ

Idt.ii 4 for entertaining the many sung by the audience, led by the aU- l t.e the guest for a few days of her An Alabama Leaguer says that Inspiration -

guests; and the afternoon was A delightful thor and Miss Wllklns.. sister, Mm. Richard I'. Marks, before brings perspiration, persplr-
one. Perhaps nothing hAlt been more returning to her home In Orlando. ntlon brings realization, and! realization 1
The highest score was mode \>yMr conducive to opening the eyes of the Jacksonville Metropolis.n.OltlDA brings organization During this o 11.1

*. J. H. Mc}:wan, the prize being assembly to the real situation of our -0- cool nurllll'fntht'r we would advise""
country In connection with the lU'.ST TILTS ON TILE THKK(. wilt\ be article of
A dick of Buying cards In an Ivory peace i.EAGUEtOM n little fire In Lvngue work to Increase Jewelry
cas'. Mice Margaret Hart won the situation than did the talk by Mri. C. "perspiration." from this establishment. We are .proud of our stork Choose
second sachet In an attractive I IJ). Christ. It wag most ably deliveredand fHnro the Florida State Epworth The subject for the Summer Conference .
price, tongue has outgrown the nllotl your Blfls and let us lay them aside for you. .
JarAhI11\ltll. W M. Murphy" Jr., won furnished much food for thought. spore which meets next June at
l It'lt It In the column!!! of the .Florida
the consolation t prize, n dainty set of It should have ft place, In our paper the Sutherland College! l is "The Spiritual) '
Advocate rnrh
week
ChtUtlnn
laVijnder snthets.At that hiore may benefit from it. ttI pit I." ALLEN & CO. JEWELERS.I'HMMIII.Nti .
I KeHKUe! (Jfttilnet! hue decided t td ttppenttrt ,
Mrs. faVored the
I salad course! was served, nt the Jtoblnson.Murphy Aiipreelatlhrf the klhdneM &th"\
eloW rhlrkrH audlehre!' with some of he? dlaieetsohgs t .the! ipadlhrf aisle ttni,Ptll tof rertRhtlotl > phtai' and the
tof the gi lIh11', putties, .. ( sblitlllntf CU-bpeFatiof
Blitl the utt bite iipeH
hot' rolls, wafers, and (tPt\ hHrttffccHtti. which were greatly ajijtreHaled. !- Ittlttit-ihitl, sled fr tntietl Rpprerlnlcd! very\tlY nf nil thFhtiaH! wutlti-rsi the t WttrlhLtri 11. 1101:1' .

those1 who assisted! . MFs.Hrtijt . ( Ut$ wishes! its! hitttttiCHt rilnl\ .
I the tlij t'11tHh the last the\ \ bf rtdl/iltlrtH i+ ut t&UIHf peupie l wiru1Hb8F
.
111 SPMHtf wtffe Alias Lllllsttfeldledrfe1 \ (t1ttJtfttltt; friends! rt "All-Fit ('hFistlila5"MAUI
"M fBF t.Iifi..l:
Mire TriRllilfrR, liPF KUestiai WHttlUfifd, I HUKlliPF, nlltl the lt'IflIJl'U : ) H, UlfU}, Kill
: :
tlFlandu ha two I Ppwerthin Leagues
: of t Al HI Uhl Itil1Hlt:11! { : filing: that they had en: *
d Tics!i Veina HiFith! : League j thtitOF: : niHIBTMAP NOW!
eltiFient h@FViF8
had hoc always ,I.m@ !
jaycd a treat ef i instFil! etien and @ft:
=8=
tfHili: IH@ntl t the League wrtik: iev! : J; 11 ftly, UN ai A.Mlle tPHfh!= flf Mint' \\m\ an'i there
It\t\tJlt) Ill'I'1liThe !
l II 3Affi AND AHHITHATWVJlfiHTINfl ef OrlandRi i M a wide awake IeagI4p8etAF \ I!! t t in *h hp@'! ref i thp
: or W e, T U =f e= 804 eRFAHri4g@c! t the YAHRSpenple I Hap.flf the allies and Tegtone (t\A\ Idly 1 season! : ijtj lrt H- till| fPUf
has it l in heave' tHl
TUB rmusmN( fisnfiwoH OPTHR fuue" a FftfnpF witme in the paint tine 1teh4n4lePoly
A mo! instructive and inlnrFstinrrmetir l pf MSPli charge: Mrs, Hwjgh will serve her Haga ,pure gQM4 3404 f pan provide j yotit
? Jlr the W, P, Tr W, was t Held 1'fitjhiIYTtt1IANPIR1f1F1f; Miiii ; ? Wrfgbd pf Ortan4A. iii baVed, lieans supper Saturday.. Ilecem- with every requirement] : Pur gqah
Yesterday\ at the Neth: di4 psrinre: the efficient: flrs|; flepartme! sijperjn ;3i ber. cents.}18, from Also 6:40; for) fp sale f l A promptly:! rice at t" nttP goes nun everything Wtl sell,

MrF. A, A, flo"14 presiding The The t Chr Man Endeavor pf the Presbyterian intendent state J-eapuedom. She 4:30> ,oVIock, baked beans, brown r
peeling was opened with the Cru- church Will hold a special' says the spiritual' work i is the dynamoof "bread new doughnuts, hot tea bis ;'i !
sad) hymn, followed by Scripture Christmas service at 6:30 Sunday the league. Miss Wright works cuits, and salad: Turkey dinner Sunday a'i tt' PP Orlando Paint & Wall Paper c.
'
reading, Luke 2:6-Mi and:! prayer by night, when the following programwill constantly and:! well for the 1 Epworth Price, the 50 cents.J9th, from The 12 public to 2 cordially o'clock. LilfliLi _1: 205 S, Orange Avenue

the president. be given: League. I invited. 101 North Orange avenue. Phone 261
Routine; business was speedily dU- Hymn, "Joy to the World." Tampa has a splendid representation 1-12-18-ltc COLEMAN &: RHAN

pOSt(;J of and a most excellent pro Reading from "The Other Wise of Methodist preachers and oth-

gra.i prepared by Mrs. J, B. Magru- 1\1 an." ers who are interested in League TURKEYS, TURKEYS, FAT IIEXS

der followed Miss Roney's piano solo, Quartette, "It Came Upon the Mid work among: them our state League Country cured hams and sausage,
Midsummer Night's Dream, was much night Clear," Miss Branham, Miss president, Garfield Evans our state new Georgia cane syrup, honey; in
fact, most everything good to eat. 1 I
appreciated; as was the trio. by Mes- McQuaters, Mr. Blackman, Mr. Me- League secretary, O. E. Rice, and am the man that sets the price. No CAREY HANDFUNERAL
danhs DeWitt, Limpus and Macy, Quaters.The Rev. J. L. Kilgore, president of the hold-up game here. Fair and square
wilt; Mrs. Bellamy at the piano, "We First Christmas, Luke 2:8-20. League board. and E. A. Gallagher, deal to every one. Georgia and Flor-
ida Store, 217 Boone street. J. T. DIRECTOR
Tampa district League secretary, and Smith. l-12-18-6tc

,1 J HAVE YOU FIFTEEN REAL FRIENDS? others.League President Garfield Evans - AND B1BALMER

Cf so: you will want them to receive some evidence of your good will at
has returned from the Conference of
Chr tmas. Instead of expensive gifts, the custom nov to send Christmas
League Presidents of the Eastern Di-
cards is more universal than ever. We have prepared a special package of
Chl ,tmas Greeting Cards from steel engravings, consisting of fifteen of vision at Atlanta. lie reports much GRANDTODAY All calls answered Promptly Day
good for future League work.
ourlnost popular designs. They come in envelopes all ready to mail and
the lot is sent post-paid for one dollar.fThis Quincy League is the banner I or Night. Hand Block. ,
League of Tallahassee district. Be-
assortment is an unusual value and you will have much satisfac-
tion in sending such a stylish and artistic token of a Christmas remembrance. side other donations they raised Orlando Florida.
$59.99 for the Enterprise orphanage, -
These cards have space for senders name and if you have a card plate we
recently. They had installation of of- I I
Will SHI rint them from it at an extra cost of 75c. Order Now, J, P. Stevens
PHONE 639. RESIUENIEPDONE
457.
Engiirt ficers and a business-social with Miss
ving Company, Atlanta, Ga.
Genie Woodberry, including literary
features. :Mr. W. T. Borland, of the -
iiiiiiliii MiiMMii Gadsden County News, is their first William Fox Presents
MilMilMliilllllllilMMIIIIIIIilliilMilllillliiiilFRANK
department officer and a live wire in
his chapter. WILLIAM FARNUMin "i

Titusville League, organized by
Miss Eliza Wright last November, is
a most excellent working League and A. CUKTTS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL

may take Miami district banner this "THE WONDERFUL ADVEN-

s year.Miami
district, on account of its "
TURE,
length, from Key West to Hastings,

e is divided into three divisions, with
Mrs. Hilda Smith at Key West, :Miss I IA Photoplay Romance of En-

Kate Wilcox at West Palm Beach, trancing Power and Thrill-
and :Miss Ira Skipper at New Smyrna.
I CURTIS & O'NEAL
Miss Mary McMullen, of Largo, ing Interest.

Ocala district secretary, has organ-
ized four Leagues. Miss Lillian Car-
penter is organizing Bartow district. Insurance Loans Real Estate

Secretary W. C. White, Jackson- lOc. 15c.

ville district secretary, has gone to Rentals



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B PROGRAM SpirellaCorsets

B ONOMY "PINTO BEN"A

Broncho feature, in two parts, fW. STAllUfiBKD tau
luring the popular star, Wm. 8.
(Not sold in stored)
Hart, this is a story of .a cowpony
told by its owner The little Wear a Corset! made to fit you,
horse PaVed the eowboy'd life when Ask for a demonstration
8 herd! of fnttle stampeded in the MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMiMMMUHMMMflSAXON .
CAN' UK APPLIED TO AUTOMOBILES, A8 WELL AH t'hifflfrt fctwk yards i, saefifltMng its pond pogteard to
<>WH life in a 'leap."GLOHIANA'8 .
ANY OT1IEK NECE88AHY 1IU8INE88 EXi'ENHE, GETAWAY" Mrs. Van Buskirk

e Palatal\ emedy
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A comedy, ,108 Magnolia Ave, Orlando
ASK ANY DODOB) OWNEH; WHAT IT COSTS TO SIX
: $785.00

OI'EKATK TIIK DOWiE, INCLUDING GASOLINE\ ,

OIL TIRES AND UJ'KEEI': XMAS CIGARSIN F. O. B. DETROITWe




C XMAS PACKAGESand have been appointed distributors for central

I ASK FOR SAVINGS 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
Reo Six's to arrive this week. You are invited to ride

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

Ii Reo and Saxon.PALMS.
W. FILLIPS & SONS




210 S. Orange Ave. AUTO CO.Distributors .

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Fill up your husbnnd'fl shirt drawer for Chrltmnho! will thnnk you mont heartily. Shirts!
SHOPPERS are always thankfully received. Our holiday stocks have brought forth the very latest colors, patterns SHOPPERS
and fabrics. Rich effects in silks! crepe de chines, linens! flannel, madras, Hu sian conK
etc. Priced at $1 and up.

JEWELRYA

Christmas HosieryVery well selected gift of some practical article of jewelry is n sure way to please n man for Fancy Linens
Chrl hlln1'1.' Jewelry that he can put to everyday use Is' the kind! ho likes best Vast assortment
attractively board for gift riving, of tie pins, charms and lajR-l buttons, cult buttons and links, dress sets, belt buckles, tlo clasps, Hand embroidered Madeira work In seta,
etc, .at 1bl ; range of 11rh c'l'I.' centerpiece, Muff, t-te,, ete.
"((Icmlor. Milk How, $1.00 and $1.60' box HANDKERCHIEFS l.Uhrh Nets, 13: pieces, from $5.00 to,..>,'14.60Centerjiiecei .
"Otmloii" i.Ule Han, 4 palri In Lox....$1,00 from ".2:) to ............ J.00(
"I'h tlftllt" Hllk llo.e, 3:! palm in t.ox.l.60. Wo hun assembled, for tho Ghrlstma season\ n stock of handkerchief", that will never besurnnsxed Scarfs' from $2.25:!:: to --,,.?....?,.... 7. 0IlemstiteM
"'4 I'hotmix Children'. He**, 4 {mint. in box $1.00) for Us vflfltnenn, wood values and Ono qimlUUvi.. We have omitted nothing that would 1 Madeira works

... .CtlI.drtl"} Unle I tone, 2 pair in lox.. 80s. linen make mixtures n handkerchief", In plain elects complete.initial, border An and unusually pattern Ono design army, Also of linens combination, silks and sets of silk handkerchiefs \ and" hunch napkins, each ,,_,..,.,?........ 85C,
hosiery and neckwear. Lunch square, $.,00 to ....,....,,...$3.60:
miiUkh..4 scarfs, 75e to ?________?, 3,00
"Kayser" Silk Under NECKWEARNeckwear
for Christmas arouses a man'a 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 t
large, well balanced stock shown. Every good fabric, every attractive color, every novel pattern,
special: A cleaning up of this make in every new shape is represented. Boxed or singly. Our Christmas assortment
Silk Vesta in white and colors. Regular'Price* is most unique in its completeness.
range from $1.98 to 450. BATH ROBESIf Pure Irish Linen. Genuine Hand Embroid

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

JACKETSGive 65 cents each

Comfey Slippers "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 stock this Silk
Women's Comfy Slippers, all colon $110; pair season show every good smoking jacket style, color and fabric-every new effect Is Included. And Handkerchiefs
Boudoir Slipper .................$1,25 pair the prices are within the bounds of every one'i limit.FANCY We have Just received a shipment of exquisite

Misses' Red Comfeyi ............$1.00 pair VESTSThe Crepe de Chine Handkerchiefs In a
ChlU'a Red Comfeys ______.....$1.00 pair large variety of beautiful colon and embroidered -
fastidious dresser, the man who takes his appearance seriously will heartily welcome
Dib)',' Red Comfcys ............ .75 pair a fancy waistcoat for Christmas. We have selected for the holidays innumerable clever and undeniably effects./
correct waistcoats that will surely be admired by discriminating men. Priced very reasonably
Special price 35c each

Men's OvercoatsJust CANES AND UMBRELLASWhen

a man takes his Sunday morning stroll he likes to carry a walking stick. And when Fancy NeckwearXmas
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.Hats effects in dainty white and colored neckwear.

Special Xmas price caps, pajamas, underwear, hosiery sweaters and many other sensible articles to be Pricedfrom35c $1.50
found here make splendid Christmas gifts. The man receiving them will be doubly thankfulfor -
$16.50 a practical gift is always more acceptable than a useless one. Our Christmas displays show
wonderfully fine selections of practical gifts for men-at prices you'll gladly pay.
MUFFLERSWhen Boudoir CapsThe

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

I Priced for quick selling GLOVESGloves fects.Prices from 35c
can always be counted on as high bidders for the favorite position in the ranks of range "
$1.98, $3.50 and $5.00 Christmas gifts for men. We have them for dress and street wear-and for golfing, motoringand to $2.00
driving too.
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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.
New Nuts, both whole I and shelled; New Popcorn.
The kind of Cheese we carry, includes
the Christmas Pudding, Pies and what not Stuffed and whole Dates. Limberger, Imported Roquefort, Neufchatel, Cream SriaS-"
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HOW HE WON VICTORIA CROSS u REMEMBER TilE MONKEY IN

HOW THE RED CROSS RED CROSS SEAL FUNDS ORLANDO SOME MONTHS

SEAL ORIGINATED. London.-Captain C. E. Dean, ofTi- NOT FOR WAR RELIEF. SINCE Yancey Meat Market Inc.FULLY .
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jal representative with the Australian -

expeditionary forces in Gallipoli, American Red Cross Director Urge Tampa, Fla.-The city council last PAID UP
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And tub.roulosis Worker* After $750. describes how Lance Corporal Keyzor, Fund For Tuberculosis Prsvsntion. night decided to prohibit the future T. A. YANCEY, Jr., Pres and Mgr.
000 Fund. of the first battalion, won the Victoria -
appearance of monkeys on the streets, ORLANDO FLORIDA

cross. used by hand organ grinders to sup.

Nearly f::AOO.M( ) has l been raised by Keyzor was one of the best bomb Red None Cruel of the Christmas proceeds Seats from, the which sale! are of port them in idleness, on petition of Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice

lied Cross Christmas Seals lit tbe IIt"t t throwers in the Australian and New .
the Hillsborough humane
. county society
being sold widely throughout tbe United :
/ Florida and Western Meats
even year, and yet tiiftiy triple who Zealand During fierce
army corps. Mate fur the l*>ijeUt of the autl- The latter requested that the
trill buy these holiday slickers at thl attacks at Lone Pine he was throwing tuberculosis WO"t'tJlol'l1t.111 be used. council repeal that portion of the license -
Msh Poultry Vegetables Game Etc.
eighth annual rule tlu hot know how Oysters, ,
for fifty hours almost continuously for relief according to a
the charity stamp idea originated.It any purilusee ordinance which allows hand
was war that brought forth the He was sent to first one corner of the statement by ".r lest P. Ilk knell. >aUunal organ and monkey perfWtnahcea, on t>..1.1 AtUntUn t. M.UI and O.t.t T.wrt Order

charifcBtatup--our Cltll war of '01 to trenches, and then to another not Director of the Abietlcau Red the ground that such performances! / ftuaiaesa l Iji ". o. 101 ***

'OS. Rowe of your Kf and mothers first only throwing bombs, but constantly Oruss. ate cruet' to the animal and debase! "ONU Neetdtnte IJJ Cr. Or.ni Are and Church. tt.
played "liwt. omit ?" with Mkhehi si inilar smothering with his Coat of sandbags Alf lllcktiell cays! "Tbe American
the cehslbilitieg of childish
Id lied Cross Heats 'way bark, In the ehemy'd bohlh which had fallen lied Cries' I h deeply eppreriatlte uf tbe pectatofg>

1M2: when they rontfivwl the. blew! uf sylopothetlc Inlet-eel l wbklt hen Ihsplledthe
threw them
feellln utmntHi at fairs! fur the U'tipfil t lit the trench. lie often mMa*'!ti ii ffiiyi vafiou |>afU uf Read the MdFfiing Bentlnel for the

of the relief fund fur the I mjliilerVtitM talk. the t'liilwl? ritalet tlmt a certain per news.!! 10@, A week delivered.
ltal4 III ItrtMihlj'll, IMtiM HIM! When the enemy reduced the time eeht000 of the Itptl Crlwf Neal I Haley

.. eUewhere Nearly |tulrNN. .. ) wm. fitly-. @t the fovea! he caught several l bombs' rUIIII, which Isny I haau uead for the loot Whatever Else You Buy for

ail III IhU way,, liufMre i 1IS l, After the In the air like a erieket ball and seven jafre ptlualtaly fur the ""f@"I1- 01t\1I"\l1 ears are sold I everywhere,"

. war IM. iiietbwl of ral l-M money wdl <. threw them hack before they burst! t. thou nod treotment of lubereuluslo In
po UnHPd In IhU ewumrjr for A gen, picking or extinguishing! bombs II h9 UuitM l Wlulds: IHJ { {p( uaeil bin I ChristmasYou
eraflon although it found rogue, lit up yen to old.. the CuftJ} an weru. suffer
Portugal, nlterl! "n4, AQIi'trts, France, or matching them in the air was a Whjip the tied Croon U desirous

flpata. lenmMk, Norway, Hu *l4. [Swe matter of 'such hourly occurrence during of securing contributions which, wH( Increase '
des ,and other European countries the fights at Quin'a Post, Kill 60, this war relief fund, we da not must have Christmas Cards Our line this year is

There are new several| thousands of and the Lone Pine that probably hun fee justified to adopting any policy more varied and beautiful than ever before
different types of charity stamps used dreds I of cases went unmentioned, wl l'b111 tend to cripple the tuberculosU
In nil parts uf t world, aa many as even when a man picked up half a b work in this country dependent The early shopper gets the cream of the stock. Whetheryou

forty being used In Austria for children' as it Is for support to so large an extent "Oakland cars are sold everywhere."
not it is to have magnificent
dozen in one fight.BASKET buy or a pleasure you see our
hospitals alone. on the sale of Red Cross Christmas -
Stamps or seats were first used to Seals. Tbe announcement that a display.

get money for tbe antl-tuberculosU BALL GAMES percentage of the Red Cross Seal money -

crusade In Norway and Sweden In would go to our war relief fund DR. J. M. MASTERS W. S. BRANCH
1004. To Jicob lllls tbe well known The Orlando high school basketball might possibly Increase the sale; but. ,

social worker of New York and to team has scheduled games with In our opinion the final results would
GRAND VIEW SANITARIUMPort
Miss Emily P. lsllell. the energetic Palmetto high school for Friday, and show a distinct loss In that part of the THE ARCADE BOOK AND MUSIC STORE

secretary of the Delaware lied Cross Clearwater high school for Decem- proceeds going for tuberculosis work._ Orange, Florida
jointly belong tile honor uf originatingour "At the present time there are over
American ted Cross Christmas ber 21.The. 1.200 anti-tuberculosis societies dIstrib--

Beat In l'-), Mr. Kits' Interest was. uted through nearly every state In the

aroused by tbe receipt of a Christmas want ad's tbe thing. Union and even In Porto Rico the Devoted to treatment, Nose,

tuberculosis stamp ou a letter from Canal Zone and tar off Hawaii whichare
Norway. liepuhlishedanarticle about dependent almost entirely upon the Throat and Lungs. All facilitiesfor ORLANDO ROOFING

this queer looking; stamp In the Out JONES GOES JUST THE SAME, receipts from the Red Cross Seal sale scientific and successful
look and suggested some MNtslble uses AND THEN SOME for their work during the year 101CL The ANL
for It in this (..;uutr)'. Miss: ISlssell at people of the United States must sup- treatment.

once saw nn opNirtunlty| here and prepared Route No. 1 port this local wad against! tuberculosis SHEET METAL CO
a stamp, from the bale of wblcbbel' West Bound-Read Downa. which annually kills 200.000! people

society realized $ .OO) for tuberculosis .m. a.m. p. m and at the present time Is leaving a --- --
Orlando ______ 6:30 10:15 3:00
work. So Impressed vas she with n wounded."
Ocoee ________ 7:30 11:15 4:00 trail of a million
n W. T. ENTRICAN
thU success that she Induced the American Winter Garden __ 7:45 11:30 4:15 Metal Slate Tile Tin Asbestos
. Red Cross to take up the sale In ,
Oakland __n___ 8:00 4:30 HE DID HIS SHARE.How LICENSED CONTRACTORfor .
1008 on a national basis. With very East Bound-Read Up and Rubber

little organization and with hardly any Orlando ________ 9:30 1:30 6:00 Roofings
attempt at careful advertising the sale Ocoee nn______ 8:30 12:30 5:00 the Rich Man Changed His Mind
that year brought In over $13:>>,000 for Winter Garden __ 8:15 12:15 4:45 Wh.n Tuberculosis Struck Horns. PAINTING, DECORATING ETC. Cornices, Skylights Heating, Ventilating, Metal Ceilings
anti-tuberculosis work In various partsof Oakland ____n_ 8:00 4:30 Anthony Schofeld lived In Missouri
Phone 217.
the t'nlted States. In 1WJ. with Fare and bad made hU money In copper and
more thorough organization the sale Orlando to- Straight Round zInc. lie bad worked bard from a boy --- Works: 14 E. Church St. ORLANDO
Ocoee _____________65c. $1.00 In the drift to tbe rank of foreman
was Increased to 230000. In 1910 to up
Winter Garden ____65c. 1.20 Phone 5 for
$310.(InO> in 1911 to over $330.- then to superintendent and finally to
nearly
Oakland ___________75c. 1.40 ---
000 and In 1912 to over 400000. In Route No. 2 owner. Sickness never worried him. FISH AND OYSTERS
1913 the sale was Increased to nearly South Bound-Read Down Ills six foot giant frame bad stood
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$4."i0.ono.. (] and last year. In spite( of war a. m. a. m. p. m. many hard knocks and was good for Fresh Every Day

and bard times. 22 tier rent more, or Orlando _uuu_ 7:00: 10sl5! 5:00: many more. A year ago in answer to
t100MO) > seals were sold totaling Pine Castle! _n__ 7:30 10:45 5:30 a pretty girl who asked him to buy THE WALDECKER FISH CO. Sentinel Want Ads Get Results4MMMMCMMMMIMMMMMMIIMMMMtMMMMtMMMMMMMMMMMMM
Taft _____ 7:45 11:00: 5:45
seals to help tbe miners who badtttberculiwls
$:JN,(U) for the anti-tuberculosis war. u- -- some I
North Hound Head Up 39 West Church Street
he replied gruffly "Let 'em
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III. Hi III> I" Illi work nti'l nitte. 't'hat'bat I did whent
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OPEN AIR SCHOOLSAND Orlando __nun 8:30:: 1U45/ fl:30::
fine Castle __.__ RtOO: liilS fl:00: was j-otitiif. Chit I've never been sick
RED CROSS SEALS. Taft _._=-____.. '7l4S UfO( fit and Late Rut enouitu to keep me now"
FarePine Ca!tle, :20cj: I Taft, nOr It was it different rkbofeld who Up
Children under! 12, half fare. I'lttaehed I the lied Criss. Peal I .tflfl at

lnttituti Whtr. Children Art Treat Will pick you up anywhere on the tttie uf the 'Ixx'lln yefttenlay Ill twelvemonths !
M. and j Taught st 8m Time road' for 6 rents! a mile. We buy, hid rtnimhter liml teen etoleu) WE CAN
in>thine\ ,and I everything ,ami, tin ,all\ away ,by, thlt tiionttt "'III""t'lIll1l1l. foil
tlnd, of ruruu, We. have
ntpKP!
his "miii' , Just t It rll I hll"hut tl'"III1t1i1I'' ,
"" ,teat her, how ..I "'II A feller: got fine mm 'and will make extra trip .
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after 'the show. for ft ur more fare. had' 'teen .compelled\ In lrop overfillingt
tar Ire l tt *'n<|iiHif"| This wise. H greeting to one Cud other large! buiullDK\ on Route Nu, ,Hnn+lsn. Tlia fit ci"r! liml sail' UlHtIlio I

III the Icachare It' Ibe ''UlJ"IltIlh )I",. I, and fi rents\' on Route( No, :2. ilUtmnii'' rniilil' l Ittt inn ",' l (hack' \\\\\\\n\\ \\ \
('..rlll""> 'U "I"| ")ii Air$ HIIH| | Inlliu Chicago lIoulIthe Jlus! It U better than My" in cbllilliiMMl, \\ hers" |his t| two (-lillttrenhail

I iiiher il.iy Icy' A i puny ltlllvlin fellow the street rar, Iifii unrbiM' |1'1 ills( 'onlllllllplh'|
> (tail' "been envying' the slrk k\lMIe1i\ ;MOirroN II, JONG'S & SONS, daughter ut 11 r iii iiiiupllv miner. 1'hu

the BIMH) |limo hey( wile buvlatf. at Phone BSrt, rickety, lUiiiki (irpiHlliitf tenements In SITE YOU MOSEY

tnJjIiiB, working, sleeping aut play- which'' the iiiliitT. was riimitflU'd tu H\o
log all In the '1"" sir, were oHiiwl liy Rfhofuld now "1"1

OIH-H air m-hiutU to the number of give my two eyes and lioth leg and

nearly &O are now maintained allover anna to ba\o my daughter with me
the United State Home of them DIPPY DUK and my sins restored to health," he

this winter In the northern states will 677 FRtUND-WACENER confided to this Red Cross Seal glrL
t bold sessions when tbe thermometer U NATIONAL CAATOOM $T VICt COBB N Y "I can't pet away from the thought

down to zero or below. Others Mill ottt A NICKL& wiui that my girl might l>e alive and my boy
enjoy tbe balmy winds of Southern 9 TELL He HOW MANYCOMCTO well If I'd given some attention to the

California. Louisiana or Alabama.In I FELLOWS prevention of this disease ten or fifteen ON YOUR GROCERIES !
the open air school movement Ited ee YOU*? SISTER years ago. Now It's too late for that

Cross Seals have played and are still but 111 keep somebody else's son and f

playing an Important i>art, The seal i daughter safe. Here, give me all the
money through the Antl-TuberculowU seals you've got and then go and get

societies has been the means for experimenting all you can find and charge them all tome Does hat interest you? We submit herewith a few prices on staple articles of
and convincing the bard If money can make mends,which

beaded school boards of the wisdom of It can't. I'll do my share." standard quality. Study these prices and compare them with the prices you have been

clothing the plan and and Meclal also for nursing providing care which food LET MDTNINX fOUR to As him the her astonished entire supply girl of banded 20,000 seals over I I paying. We offer other goods at prices in proportion.

funds could -- and took his check In return she beard
the public not furnish. Red
blm mutter bU daughter's name and
Cress Seals are among the children's
truest friend repeat. "111 do nay share. Capitola Flour (best patent) 24-lb. bag____$ .90 Fancy head rice, per lb. _________________ .5%


Olympia Self Rising Flour ______________ .90 Broken rice, per lb. _______.._......__.__ .4%
RED CROSS SEALS RED CROSS SEAL FIGURES.

Dove Brand Hams per !b. _______________ .22 Fairy soap, per cake ____________________ .04
HELP AND PROTECT. 225000.000 Holiday Stiek.r. Already

t Distributed In United States. Dove Brand Breakfast Bacon, lb. _________ .25 Ivory soap, per cake ____________________ .04

Few people have conception of
Christmas Messengers Work the Year the magnitude uf the any Red Cross Christ Yellow Yam Potatoes, per bushel ..____.. .95 Octagon soap, per cake _________________ .04

Around For Tuberculosis Sufferers. TTMAT DOCS HQT tINCUUOC mas Seal Campaign. Here are a few Tomatoes, No. 2, per doz. n______________ 1.00 Lenox soap, eight cakes for _........... .25
(1>C DOES figures that will show what a gigantic :
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How Red Crows Christmas Seals not s r IT ?? movement this is. Already :=iOOO.OOO.t'ala St. Regis Coffee, per Ib. --_________?-_____ .30 Nabob Pure Apple Vinegar, per gal ------ .35

bring comfort, but provide have been printed and practicallythat Toasted Corn Flakes, doz. packages___ .95
only safety entire number distributed to Del I Monte Coffee, per Ib. ________________ .28 per
and protection for those who haven'ttuberculosis
agents III'I')' state and territory of National Oats, per doz. packages ......... 1.05
Is Illustrated by a storywhich Red J Coffee Ib. __ .22
the Union from Alaska in the North to per uu..u
reached headquarters' today. Pure Georgia Cane Syrup, per gal. ....... .55
the Canal Zone In the South and from
Working as a compositor In a.smal DeSoto Coffee, per lb. __uuu___________ .22
Indiana Porto Rico In the East to Hawaii in the Kiawa five-string! brooms, each ____...... .40
newspaper office In an city

she fell a victim to tuberculosis through West. Advertising the circulars, posters Alco (coffee and chicory) per Ib. --------- 21 Altapass four-string brooms, each ____1... .32
cards etc. to number of several
some one's carelessness. She was only
nineteen and the sole breadwinner fora I million have also been distributed. Not Cozy Cup (coffee and chicory) per lb. __n .19 Oconee four-string brooms .__._._._...._ .23
less than l.COO.OOO: personal letters ask,
little family group which consisted + 51S SAIOyOun
ing people to buy seals have been sent
of herself and her grandparents. Her
I31DN1'
t COUf1Tt out It Is estimated that the army of
fellow workers noticed that her cough/ workers nearly all of whom are volunteers Everything sold under a positive guarantee. If you are not satisfied with any purchase -
became chronic and that day by day I
t engaged: In selling the seals
will be cheerfully refunded.
she yew thinner and thinner, but she your money
numbers well over OOO.UKX; The adverting
never confides her troubles to any one
and publicity donated to tbe !
She Just"kept on tbe Job." Through! an H '
campaign; amount to several hundred
unknown channel the Kings/ Daughters -
thousand: tl..I1:11' Cvery effort Is being
learned of the case and investigation / -
put forth to el! ,:;.(11.1.(1(00 seals or less
proved that the girl slept at nigh H
than one for every man. woman and M. A. McDowellWholesale
on a pallet laid on three chairs so
child in the United States. This will
that she roelJ be near the two old I
mean JTTinono for the nntl-tubercnl >'Ucampalsm
people whom lObe was supporting. THAT MICK1.E
in the lilted States and
Physician pronounced her case! hopeless iI OM'r CITHER
particularly nil of the 1.200 antl-tuber-
and refused ndmlttametu Iy
she was 'u11111 l no'ortatinn of the country derive
the utate fuint"rium for early casesfor Grocer
theft support from tied Cross Peals
this rrawni. l pche:l knew little about iMilli
the danger of prpftdltig the disease! to
others ntitll N,' 'ntl-, but she li how Red tHiS Seal l JaIs; .

tetngsteel\ for tit| hotne1 thfoneh HH IIft-PlH'To buy hop nttllt la the tied ChrlftttiaS Cross tail Chop : McNeill & Davis Building Orange Ave., Orlando, Fla

Cross Neal ruul4, sod, | U I takhirf the tec With toM frt MtR letter
tlltfil.t'lJ plat| 'tuition tu jiretelil lien infefUoit Of et-ufw too fwl belts .
trout ojiFpfliiJh tu others. f"IA',"@ heeded. }our hftlttlpP' Ail m MIMMMMIIMtlllMMIMMMMK.. .. ..." ." " ,." ..... . . . . .... ..

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WORKS The Voice Of DEATH AFTER ANOTHER |i

Berlin.-Overseas News Agency, :f
407 Song St. Phone 495 under the title "Hard to Kill," today III
"No
The PeopleUnited gave out what it says is a history of Nursery Tree Is A First-Class Tree \

the German crown prince during the

4 Contractors for All Classes of war as compiled by a Danish news-
War Veterans
Spanish . .
Concrete Buildings. All Tampa Fla.. Dec. 14, 1915. paper from enemies.reports given The history out by Germany's follows -- a, $ r M* 'o t Unless Budded :

Work First Class Editor Sentinel:-I am enclosing a
of general orders just issued, :
Also Manufacturers of copy my Aug. 5, 1914-Victim of an attempt from Bearing :
by which you will see we are makinga "
against his life in Berlin. xis. "r} tf
plea for the aid of our deceased
Concrete Building Blocks of every Aug. 18-Severely wounded on the
commanders' widows and orphans.We .
designs, White Way Posts
French frontier. III
have been fighting for the past
of known
Gates and Fence Posts, Lawn I Aug. 20-Second attempt against trees a
twelve or thirteen years, trying to
his life in which he loses one leg. ,
Benches Art Work Vaces of
,
get our National Government to give I
2.t-Third his ]t
Aug. attempt against
any size or design, Walks, Steps, a helping hand to the dependents of'' :

Fish Ponds, Fountains etc. those who answered the country'scall life.Sept. 4-Committed suicide. : .., Quantity and
when a foreign foe threatenedus
Building Blocks Faced with Sept. 13-Died in a Brussels hos r .w
and who helped to make our flag <
Granite Coquina, Gravel or pital. .
respected on both land and sea. of Pro-
Sept. Commanded an attack Quality
any other material. Call and see This claim is justly due them and
near Verdun.
samples. we are now appealing to our friends
Sept. 16-Wounded by shrapnel in
and comrades throughout our land to
aid us in getting its passage at the Poland. duction.--O.W.
Sept. 18 Once more wounded
on
Plans and Estimates Made present session of congress.
the French front.
I would appreciate it as a great
Sept. 20-Is hastened to his death-
Conner.Trees
favor if you would give us a local .
write-up in your paper, believing that bed.Oct.
24-Buried in Berlin.
there are many comrades who residein like these will work for you while you sleep. They can't be
Oct. 24-His body found on the
Convinced"Yes and about Orlando who will read I battlefield.Nov. grown overnight; it takes time. Contract for YOUR supply NOW.
it, and thereby enable us to gain more
3-Once more buried.
said the specialist, as he members and at the same time more
Nov. 4 Once more killed by the
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stood by the sick contractor, "1 can good friends. Should you have space
cure you." I would appreciate it if you could French. Two years ago in their advertising and by actual demonstration THE OCKLAWAHA
"What will it cost," asked the sick Nov. 8-Insane; taken to a lonely
man faintly."Ninetyfive. copy the G. O. as well. castle. NURSERIES began to educate the public as to what really constituted a real, first-class

"You will have dollars.to shade" your pricea Thanking Yours you in very advance truly,, I am, sir, Nov. 13-Appointed chief com- nursery tree of citrus fruits. The public when shown in our test groves what could be ac-

little," replied the contractor. "I II. E. COURANT, mander on the east front. complished by planting trees as they are grown in our nurseries began to call for, yes, DEMAND -
got a better bid from the undertaker. Nov. 17-Once more killed. trees that were properly TODAY that have been In .
The specialist stood pat on his price tept. Commander.Mr. propagated nurseries not ex +
Jan. 10, l9lS Once more wounded.
And his competitor got the job. Courant refers to the following Feb. 3-Sent-home. istence five years, are clamoring "I'EDldHEED" for their strong suit in nursery produe*

work We and are sanitary specialists conditions in our prevail.It line of. number of the general orders: tion. What would YOU du! In their place, Mr, Planter Why ot course" you1 would sell your

will pay you to stay on the safeeide Legtslatltp, \\iddwa and Orphans 'tH : BTATfl rONVfcStlOJ At trees and adopt the surest method Hut you are n HUYEH, hut a SELLEtt, and YOU Alt 1i

.IVmlort! .Itlll tint Ntill) interested hi the \ery best result you can f get frotH ).tjut' gro\e' wheh you htt\e spent your

Orlando the aid nhit loyal SUipnrt| bf every IhU! ida! cbhVehtltfH ytttr for the time and ttioney to bring. it tutu bearing.titHi ) .

I crimp" tdgelher!Itt the tlto with rttltttphb ettch and I Utrt ti ptpfyretnraild Ht-hy \tt-Htot. Nut !tern!'!! IhaH fite1 cdtlteH- do hut be mislead; by cinlms tHleiitlett tilt! Hint nurture! hltHtf) ( but buy yoUh trees when*

Steam Laundry uttod mlrttilllfM H-t1hl t-tot1tulhm!' j t tlt1h hlth.tHHII t-Itlti her rtllfitlrt wrty,!l-tlt t-HHVHllltfH the lrth! the bf+ you ttre! hb hlultly Mitt Uetm l (\\ front tilt! Of KiiA\VAtlA\ NUitSfittlrlS:!, (tli) UrigliittluMbf

tHHIttH I ttt thtoll' ttlt-hit.. rHtihRa the t flrtlMit \W. l P.It.. U. trtulh* gM |HnH'l'| IlntrU: ti4!! III liHltlttlftlthllt| | ( || fup tilt! tillftpaM tulllusu yf 11t'llllutllt! (tilt' Ulll' thin

I jNEH I un Hhtt I N.tt !Illttt-1t! HttllWHH IHHHt-tj;, it;;ldHp! ftiftllt.IF Hf lit* fHtllIt t 4n1 ItfUMlh lirK'rh t tilL trlufhlt, IIlltll!' ill tilt' liitillu'l!' ,, "f"t t:alit+d (hull iilnl }ih'iiy' ( of id

l 't IH the )ideas! \ ili: Hf the (tH-,ihlH! tsi' llltg! kite bill! Hi\ titHtli. Our Ih'M' !*t\vill m t you moiMi msy lit* Ilfltiall tn iliiny$ wworHnPrtllfornlftlift4ilMmun \\\* ii ore. but PrnftwnF Ilnii I'M..
11110N148s MM Etjintilah! .AmHfoHH\ HhiHW* ftml bfHhHHa' fit! Iii I I ItilllHI, H M tHi IfUil in tiiulflWWtl Itltl (
Mil ,,1.i..1ttiU ( iriitwUlmt( un [mww( of fill I) pap J JAHMi rant Jim II@ nlitflinet,) our
'lfltilitiH| ) HIIHI IIIlt
\tflltAHh $Hill RFilrflt t< \ ? NisIH neap HIP oriMnnrr\ mplhml of prnpnifiulnn, Wlmt than(\ I the flttaan
fAI@ FHHarnu Vt\m\ It i PHPfl i in 1111ffmtiH fHteat4 flAIl At \ to thirty p nts in
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tl Afimlftl IHAH
Helen Gravea Iilh! 1'Ii re iHlijtlAAi aho4laI4y l''larhI4! ileI I&&:i\tJlIi\ wnrn rFFi' V 111ihht pnropwUnnl\ (Jt\Tt\l1 1Ot1AN #trnJiJ11} -\Writp for it,
fRt tA "lftfi@\\UHl' \ mmiHf: ;"'
\ ci flieml, ned I .treated with Urge .
lnp' M *!flU
Jnlltmf \ f'Irehl
a -=->> --
| f"Jll'j\HIJlir nAJ nlrada llaniwl!" VpQutbern (TlPh9lm, 'Fjl4lri 1
sag t tiwla t i: \HRMter henrtv4\ hA.pitl\1ih'! fiat cIntn t t With!
fR wjowifio. principal, My man, h414inp l ln i Wfl"hl"trh. cnnventlon t"tpftf\i"m, nt the class
EAI1: enti: h ova given M M- P.
ffli4lhl. A" electrical l odluassaga pf the meetinlr guests f were urged toremain Ocklawaha Nurseries
\ wit! relieve congestion ami i tQ rest and visit,
U A wonderful' me for neuralgia' ,and nOT ;fi CI.EHK. AT 1+ ntmf.iMr. Much too busy were the earnest
nervous troubles U stimulates' every PavM StrohaVer left for Or- delegates' to go sight t seeing except
0, Wt Conner. Proprietor Tangerine Florida
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organ in the body and bring back to
lands where he has
you good circulation.' Just try one yesterday, : acc> when the kindly member of the
Price for switches of the best quail* eeptecj a position with the mpire board of trade gave the visitors a s
ty on ap1i Uon. Apomtments can hotel' as clerk The many friends of ride through charming region whereare I G. G. WRIGHT Agent Orlando Florida
he made by phone 679, Hour 9 to this young man regret to learn of his to be seen many Email lakes pine ,
12 a. m.; Ito6p.m. removal from the city, but wish him forests draped in soft trailing gray .
PARLORSVowell.
-Duckworth Building success in his work.-Lakeland Tele moss, and orange groves laden with :
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Watkins Bldg. Schultz Bldg.

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The nearest and best located lots in the city for lei than $400, ,

It you miss this opportunity it is your fault.

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TERMS: $15 cash, $10 per month

The cheapest lots in Orange County todayA







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FOR RENT-Furnished houie. 410
North Orange avenue. 12-17-31 H R. BERRyl'A

FOR RLNT-Nicely furnished! rooms!,
t in hew, modern home} one-half
lock from Anderson street, hear St.
Luke's hospital. Reasonable! rated for complete line of Ford Acc
f8.
the season lud Margaret 5tt@@t.OiIMt IN

REAL \ :! orles!!! ; a staff of expert<
TO IUNT; =-lttrte room, with board, to render ifttlsfttetlon!! in all
STATE suitable" fur two, fertile Itt' !lllh. Just
able, All pfinvenleitfe, ("I@,,e in, llnei of Automobile Repair
319 I gait 1 Jtu'kmm I'tume 404.., .

tp. SAM JUAN I I7.1.: -Ift! Real Estate j I Work Vulcanising Olla and! fine lot 55 ft. by 130 ft. on

MOTEL.WlSESLOTS.. TO IIhNTaFurntehed: !, for light -- -- - - I Caroline, and fair and pqutueprlct
houbeKeepinBi two posy rooms withlileeplng '
porch. New houses I also TRACY A SOMKRVIIXt'-Carpen.tern w. S. West St. $2300.
pleasant apartment of three or four and cabinet maker. Screen
rooms, bath and electries. Price doors and! windows, frames sleeping
moderate. 200 West Concord Avenue, porches, counters, shelving, show -
refrigerators, alterations and
-12-12-6t- cases
additions. We keep a number of For Nine YearsWe

FOR RENT-Attractive business skilled workmen constantly on hand.
FOR SALE room. See 11. R. Berry, at the Ford 18 East Church street 12.2-lmo* have been in business at the C.A.HOVEYAdvertise
Garage. ll-ll-tf i
NOTARY PUBLIC, with seal. I makea
of deeds, |same location, Corner of South
FOR SALE-Dwelling, six rooms, a.-ialty mortgages
practically new, nice condition with WANTED leases contracts etc. Price very rea Main and Church Streets.
lawn bearing citrus fruit trees roses sonable. Mrs. H. 0. Leake. 45 East
and shrubbery; near Lake Eola; very WANTED-A position as cook, matron Pine street. Phone 179. 11.9-lmoc Phone 226
desirable location. $4.000 terms. companion, housekeeper, or
Address "Owner," Box 33, Orlando, anything at all. Address L. E. M., Orlando' Leading Repair Shop Ii
Pla. 11-16-lmoc No. 114 East Concord avenue, Orlando -
Fla. 12-17-Gt CUNT BASSPHONE and GarageEXCURSION .
FOR SALE AT BARGAIN
Or w-11 rent completely furnished, WANTED-Messenger boy, about S75
new, modern and attractive home fourteen years old with wheel. in the Sentinel
pretty lawn and shrubbery, near Lake Apply Western Union Telegraph of. West Jefferson Street
Eola; two stories five rooms bath fice. 12-17-3tc
screened sleeping porch, and summer Successor to 1 ROTESChristmas
dining room. Address Owner Box LOSTLOSTSmall
3-J7, or call at 312 lJroadw ..10.dw.tf Hand Wood CompanyWood
open faced watch on
pin between Lake Lucerne and the Account of Hammond & GoreFUNERAL
FOR SALE-A good live room house, Empire hotel. L. B. Ion of All KindsPROMPT
in fine condition In good location; Return to Orlando !Bank and I SttltMCK1WASONA11IJS
hot and cold water; three lots; a bar. Trust Co. and receive reward. C DIRECTORS AND EMHALMERS
train for quick buyer. Call. at the 11-3-tfc I PKICF.& HolidaysVia
Summerlin. 11ZOucFOR .
,OST-On the streets of Orlando :
SALE-Fine saddle horse,cheap. yesterday, a ladies' diamond ring. Real Values Low Prices
See Jas. L. Giles. U-25-tfc Finder please return to II. E.: Waters, I
at the San Juan hotel, and receive re
FOR SALE-Large refrigerator and ward. 12.173tMISCELLANEOUS I A STRANGER Atlantic Coast Line COMPARE
other market fixtures, cheap. Jas.
A. Knox. 11-27-tfc i i in Orlando would probably be OUR FURNITUREWe

FOR SALE-One Blickensderfer & GEO. T. HULL CO. referred to the Model if he Standard Railroad of the South

Underwood typewriter, cheap.12-5.12tc Ad. should ask about a good place at provide the quality of furniture that has long been ac
dress Pox 612. Phone i 10:;. Rock Bldg.. Room 3. cepted by knowing furniture buyers as the standard of merit. If
if interested in real which to eat.
FOR SALE-240 acres of land good Call and seo sell us exchange an article is here it is good. It wouldn't be here were it otherwise.We .
two story house, land is partly erty.estate.Rentals Buy carefully or attended prop-to. He would find that the 25c "Tickets sold Dec. 17th to 25th can't make this point too clear-it is one of the foundation

cleared, excellent farming and cattle 11.9-lmoc atones of this business and that means much to any buyer.
raising section. A bargain. AddressM. regular meals and 15c specials inclusive, limited to reach original -
L. Calvin, Winter Garden, Ha. AT CHRISTMAS will be
you proud were the best that could be
starting point by midnight
12-9-Gt to give photographs' if made at
Evans, No. 102 North Main, one block served for the price. If he "
McNEILL & DAVIS
FOR SALE-FOR RENT-Houses, north of court house. Make the appointment January 10th. BLOCK
furnished and unfurnished. Also now. Phone 125. hould choose a more elaborate

some have splendid to offer lots.before Call and you see buy whatI or 11-23-lmoc c order he could be sure that the Corner Orange Ave. and Church Street, Orlando, Florida

rent. Mrs. Ii. B. Leake 45 Phone East Pinietriv 179. Umbrellas *covarea and repaired harge would be reasonable.If For Information Call on
or 312 Broadway. wait. Repair
"while Young
ax
10-iniw.lmo* you of coffee W. D. WHITE, D. T. A.
Shop, 21 E. Pine St. only a cup or a -
FOR SALE OR RENT-By-owner, piece of pie, he would get thebes W. R. O'NEAL, C. P. &: T. A. i !

i two of the prettiest bungalows In FOR RENT-Large airy room, In Orlando Want Ad in the
Sentinel
town. Each has six large rooms, hall new modern home, very conven t. Try a ;
and bath, with all modern conven- lanes, unexcelled for surroundings;
On just about completed, one-half block jitney bus; kitchenetteIf It pays to be reliable.
other one ta be completed by 25th ofItecvmbtrs denlml. Reasonable. Phone 682.
; nice lots and fine location, Call 10 Knot AmtlIl12.U.lJte Oysters fresh every day Lumber, Laths stud SlliJ.lgles ;;
near bake ChcrokM. Price $3,600 -- -- -
and $3,2SO; cash payment and terms FOR m'NT-Two: nicely furnishedrooms OPEN DAY AND NIGHT ,
Also A four room bungalow in northeastern for light housekeeping, to I
part of town. This bungalow adults. only; splendid location! on 3
und 1 lot 60 by 150 feet, $U50, or AmtrlrlIItl't't't and Lucerne Circle; .
with 2 lots 11050: : cash and term Sutl( season. Apply to Mrs. I I = 1
Address Kentucky Home, flU Palmer n rNo. 2 Amt'rlc&.tnet.. The ModelCafe \
street, Orlando. Phone C8G. 12.14-6t .
12.15-lmoc jSiernons' i
MILK COWS-I can furnish anyone
FOR SALE-Bicycle, In good condU with a car load of nice milk cows, OBLANTOCement
tion. Will sell cheap at all fresh or heav, springers. Prices
once. Can be seen at 307 East Pine reasonable. J. W, Stegall, Thomas MillineryLADIES'
street. 1216.3t ville, Ga. 12-16-81'
I Agatfle Plaster and Lime
BARGAIN IN LOTS-Three, close ,
FOR SALE-A RARE OFFER I HATS
in. on West Central avenue; garage
80 acres of high rolling pine land, almost built. Chas. P. Dow. CHILDREN'S HATS
lake frontage, one mile from good 12-17-tfc
We offer choice selection of
town. $2,600. Address Bargain, care a
this paper. l M2-16-3tc FOR RENT-Two furnished rooms, Ladies Velvet Hats at $2.00 $3.00,
I with all conveniences. Apply 209 $4.00, $5.00 $6.00. i
Palmetto strett. li-27-tfc Childrens Hats $1.00, $1.50 and up.

FOR SALE Our styles are so good-and out
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prices are so reasonable that you will 1
12 acres lake frontage, all under
s
cultivation! hard road frontage good I And our store the best place In th
7 room house, big barn 100 four year Will Sacrifice city for millinery. \ \
old citrus trees, and other fruit trees.
':1000. Address Box 833 Orlando Slemons' Millinery
Ha. \i.12.16.3tcFOIL 10,000GUARANTEED
Store II I "
HALK:-A BARGAIN .
,
lift acre farm, 80 acre under cuN TREESAll
tlvntlon, lAb frontage! one-half mite Best and Promptest
frontage on good road,, good 7 room
house, and good farm building, half True To Name The Indian Way

mile for further from good Information town. $7,600., to Apply,, 5 to 7 foot trees Auto Livery

Orlando, Fla- M2.16-3tc 50c EACH Service According to the Redskin the Paleface made a big fire and sat around it-the Indian a iittle.flre: and eaton

FOR RENT All leading varieties budded on it.That's.

MODEL KINDERGARTEN, primary sour and grapefruit roots from PASSENGER very much like the way some of us try to warm a chilly corner-by building a roaring fire in

room. First Methodist church; tele known stock.Conway. the furnace and making most of the house unUvea bte.
phone 221, or call 14 East Jackson
street. 10-20-tfc Nursery How much more sensible to follow the Indian's advice! A little fire in a Gas Heater will warm the
BUICK CAR
FOR RENTl..Areeasa fur R. T. PEEL right spot without overheating the rest of the room. The bath-room can be made comfortable in the

close nished in. rooms 302 North with Orange private avenue.family, Orlando R R I. morning without wrestling with the furnace and making your home too hot for comfort during the

12.12-tfc We call anywhere at any time remainder of the day. You will need a little Gas Heater this Fall-why not get it now?

LARGE AIRY ROOMS, with heat, at '
All home Gordjn's Transfer
the "Welcome Inn. Co
comforts. Screened sleeping porches. WIVES, MOTHERS, DAUGHTERS .
Special rates by the season. Best
location, one door east of Presbyterian SWEETHEARTS 201 S. Orange Ave. Phone 487 ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO
church 106 East Church street. HAULING OF ALL KINDS
12-17-3t CHRISTMAS IS


FOlo RENT-Summer cottage; also" COMING Pansy Plants Rose GAS DEPARTMENT'J
suite of four rooms with 3 beds; ,
also 3 room flat for light housekeep Ituy the "Men- Box of
ing; electric lights, bath, telephone, Bushes, Petunia
attractive grounds. $12 per monthup.
1 .28.lme. 10 W. Concord avenue. NEW SOUTHCigars PlantsLeave


The Tuttle Gift Shop located this your orders here ,
season on the second floor of Yowell-
Duckworth building at left of elevator .


TOR, U.NT-t.rart: two story 1-12-8-tfc fur Violet Dell Florist

nlihed dwelling, modern (conven .
fences, two sleeping porches, two I
A Hmoke That Will Put ThemIn
locks" from poilofrire, Jackson J. M, CARUTHERS
und Writ streets Jasi corner ho*, it (Jowl Humor For; 1010.
il-34-tf Phew Ill.. 461 Oat Lais $t. -
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, MIIUMIU imiiiiiiiiiiiii LOCAL AND_PERSONAL .|" .." .." " .,.... .... ., ,.. I . . . . . . . . . MM *


Mrs. S. Waters Howe returned )'es-
terday afternoon from a visit to relatives -
and friends.

Savings checks are accepted as cash
ALWAYSALmT in the savings department of the
Peoples National Bank. 11-11-tf

TO PROTECT Dr. and Mrs. Percy Dashwood, of .
THE Atlanta, Ga., are located at the San
Juan hotel for an indefinite sojourn.
:DEPOSITOR
Beautiful Christmas gifts at the

.. I : Tuttle Duckworth Gift Shop building.second floor 1-12-8-tfc Yftuell-\ December 20th "l'The

Mr. A. Wlnfleld, of New Orleans
r MODERN DAY METHODS nnd conserva
Is among the late arrivals in Orlando.
tive, old time safety arc factors that gov- While in the city he I is making his day to join
ern in the management of this bank. headquarters at the San Juan. our

Now, just as they always have-for pro- Xmas Savings Club
Ride II am rick's Jitney bun, 6c.
Kress.
1 18.18.tt e
The State Hank I Is n commercial bank, (
having the resources, connections and experience Mr. and M rII. Ilurvry Ilakvr will Deposit 2c now
necessary for the surer. protec- leave today fur an extended trip ttJ \
tion of its depositors, interests. Success points in the southern jwrt of the Receive $25,50 next Xmas. $63.95 .
tate which will include Key Went.
ful commercial activity is largely dependent

upon banking service and the cooperation Join ChrUlmas Hat'Ings huh l Ire.rember --
of a strong bank is an imporbnt 20. i12.ILuteMts. : !

business! asset! I Citrhey Dollve And thlUrehvho The Peoples National Bank
largest t flank lletwectt Jacksonville and \ hate been, Vhitlhg M f. i flhtl MrnW .
Tampa. > fj DoliVe fop feeVeral! weeks!!, will
"The NATIONAL Dank In
I kat@I today fur their liuiiie! Iii J uk- only

THE suntill@\ Orange County"


STATE BANK I=UM li it HftfflHek'i_jitney_ I.\lllt 6e. "It Is A Pleasure To Serve You't

Oh MP and Mrs Jo, lit Allen ami .
jranManghtep, l Miss Elva; Allen, %hohave
ORLANDO been spending the summer at
Spring Lake, Nt J,, returned to Orlando
yesterday! to spend the winter,

- {.; Join the Christmas Savings Club
next Monday, December 20,
H2-l7-3tc
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:Mr. Harry F. Phipps, a former
popular resident of Orlando, but whois
.
now making his headquarters in
Tampa, spent yesterday in the cityin .1.11".1111,11.111111..1..1.11..111.111..1..11"I"II'IIII"" "III *

the interest of the Southern Rail ... .......... .,.. .. .
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JP P1, HOLBROOK way. 1.11.1..II..IIU..II.'a. . .u.. I II..'''.. .._to.! "' -. -

HAYNES Fresh pack Cohoon's Donax clam
DealerHUPPEL bouillon for sale at all leading gro-

: HUPMOBILE B BROS R 0 S IServIce cers.Fla. Cohoon Packing Co.1-12-18-lmoc, Orlando ,

Mrs. H. S. Eldredge arrived in Or-
lando yesterday afternoon on the Atlantic
Coast Line from East Hard-

wick, Vermont, and will spend the ,*
Cox.winter with her daughter, Mrs. L. C. Have you seen that new CHEVROLET ROAD

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STER? Electric Starter t
Lights etc. fully equipped
RIDE in Hamrick's Jitney Bus one ,
hour 12 miles ,[c.r 30c.\ 8-28-tfc
$545 f. o. b. Orlando. TouringCar $590 f.o.b. Orlando
Mr. and Mrs. B. Cleand have arrived -
from Grand Rapids, Mich. Thisis
their seventh winter in Orlando
and they are delighted with the place.
They are located at No. 7 North
;4L'New Hughey street.


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

Ford Home II.Fish M. Self ana& oysters Co. received MO-6-tfc daily. San Juan Garage Company | | .


Now Open Mr. C. W. Entzminger of Long- Orlando-Daytona
wood, one of the popular and efficient 4
20911 South Orange Avenue commissioners of Seminole county, .
Telephone 386 accompanied by Mr. J. II. Dunbar, of
the same place, looked after business
matters in Orlando yesterday.


f Standard Gn\ollne-f! ( Oil, Goodyear, Ravines checks are good buy as pold. ..I.I.ltlllllllllllllllllllll.I.III..II..I..4'.1.._ _. __ .__ __ _, .. c_ _ _ ..
Ask for them whenever you anything
t Goodrich, Firestone, Ajax, and United n.ii.tr
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States Tires. "Free Air at the Curb." Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Wolfe of Dayton

t Ohio, who arrived In Orlando a
couple of weeks ago for a day or two,
"Make this Ford Home Your
Ford Home. I
j' have returned to the city from a vlilt
F. G. RUSHMMMMillllMMMMMMMMMMMIIMMMMMM to other points in the state, and areAgain EDUCATE
I making their l home at the Bah
Juan hot pl.
= I YOUR
Twtt eehts starts you !1ft the ChHst
) .4t mss Driving!*' Clult ithlt fyfhl!lips! yuUH i
h *a.Tf i .J fur nest t'hfl1\ttt! .
l 1 1IMNHI: CHILDR N NIn
c==:a
t Among thne@! '! arriving in OHamleafternoon.
; y@et@rtlay! ever the Atlantic '
F TIIIC NtH' FAT: URRIONR) ARjit Iine coming from near I'lU. Banking t

IN 8ILVBUWAHE, JI%'R(1lY{ tJYfJrh, 1'1W f Mr and Mrs! }It p, t /
AND NOVELTIES I Evans: They have! soured pleasant' and Money
r apartments at the New lucerne for
Being constantly In touch with the I leading silversmiths t the winter Matters ''
and jeweler-rRftsmen of the country, our stock is always ----
keeping pace with the latest style in silverware, rings, ,, like A Christmas home without without a savings Santa bank Claus.is as wellas -s
bracelets, etc.When Phone the Peoples National Bank and
new and beautiful designs are created, we are we wilt send you one12.n3tc! :
among the first stores in the country to show them. You
never buy out-of-date articles here. Mr. L. P. Gaylord left Orlando yesterday BooksThe
Our displays for Christmas will interest you. Thereare morning for Port Richie, on
some very new and very beautiful noveltiessome.thing the Gulf coast in response to a mes-
to please everyone to whom you want to give. Come sage from his daughter, Mrs. B. BEST WAY to TEACH Them is to Let Them Have a SAVINGS ACCOUNT in
early and choose while the wide assortment offers the Townsend, announcing the death of THIS BANK!! t. .
best opportunity. her husband, which occurred at that
You'll not be disappointed at this place Thursday afternoon. HABITS of INDUSTRY and THRIFT developed in early youth will give them a startto
that. store. We see to success at a time when their whole lives are still before them!

t Fresh pack Cohoon's Donax clam ; We Have a Pocket Bank for Your Girl or Boy. Call and Receive One!
bouillon for sale at all leading gro
cers. Cohoon Packing Co., Orlando

Fla. 1-12-18-1moc- The Orlando Bank & Trust Company

T. H. EVANS Doctors I

Orlando Florida .
Bueli aster & Brundage: ,

JEWELER OSTEOPATHS Capital Surplus and Profits 141000.00
Personal Instruction under Dr. Still] ,
.t Efksville, Mo.
1&2 S. Orange Ave.. above Peoples .
lJJIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.... National Bank. Phone 678. 1M\ . ... .. . . .I.I.. .I..1111.11111111.11111.11.111&111

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