Title: The morning sentinel
Full Citation
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079945/00591
 Material Information
Title: The morning sentinel
Uniform Title: Morning Sentinel
Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 6 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando, Fla.
Orlando Fla
Publication Date: December 19, 1915
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00079945
Volume ID: VID00591
Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 34297093
alephbibnum - 002075052
lccn - sn 96027193
 Related Items
Other version: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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for the holly and the Yuletide jolly and the joys

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They are worth a song, and we'll sing it strong wig
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Though the lands may war, whil a g ods abhor d the /
f Golden Fleece be\stained ) ., f /tt
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tth not waned! ,
ich increase of a year of peace in a wide and '

goodly land, \, ;\
Th bundan /yields of a million fielffe\by benignant j
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and sea:
So well sing with a d a r1 _ o ule-

tide glee! _

ROM the blazing fire the sparks aspire, and the laden

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:;: \\EOPLB who decide: to give never went close enough to investi
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.. often have a bunch of surprises -i Christmas day they made him put

) Th G Gooti Baff Car! Store around the waiting corner.for them on the the same smoking after that.Jacket.They late told was him not he

c' an ll [ thing"Look to remember.before you leap" is a useful old mustn't pipe smoke while that wearing vulgar the shocking lovely

Useful presents should be acceptedin jacket. Everybody thought he was
l' the spirit in which they are given. cured of the deadly corncob. He quit
I / On Orange Avenue Keep the Christmas spirit green. smoking the pipe and instead brought
When yon get a useful present do not home a bale of cigars.
take it back and exchange It for some- He made a handsome figure, wear
thing you can use. ing the braided smoking jacket, and
SrJ1TY (
Keep it; hang on to it. Do not giveIt puffing a cigar with a gilt band around I
away to the poor for they have it. We left him smoking happily by
troubles enough of their own. the stove. In one hour we returned.
jf; j 4 One of the most useful useful gifts Uncle Peters was still consuming ..
To This
Buy -for some people--is a smoking cigars. On the floor lay the familycat.
jacket. Once we gave our old Uncle It did not raise its head at our
Peters one of those costly nicotine footsteps. It would never look up
/1 Happy Fellow
t r reefers. It had blue satin cuffs and a again. The picture frames on the
I braided collar. The coat was held together walls had turned green.
d u i\ not by buttons but by gold- I Uncle Peters denied that his Flor de
braid knots. The garment made a hit Mule Ear segars had killed the cat.
with Uncle Peters, but pot the knots. He insisted she had rolled over after
For years his smoking jacket had taking one squint at the smoking
been a flannel undershirt gracefully jacket.
A decorated with suspenders. Every eve- Useful gifts often have a way of
; I ning he sat by the store smoking a making themselves useful when you
pipe which would hare suffocated a least expect it. For instance we
steamship stoker. lie never told us buried the cat in Uncle Peters' smoking
; Box R what be burned in the pipe and we jacket!

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Ittd are Christmas bells doecn\ pager hands it fa etrange how
ftttd.bells. ready everybody is ta help l in relieving
&&m The real l Chflstmai bells,, the ilt>li\pr>tu I' fine! out tidy in the itit>rn= burden Then the i package is conveyed
Cigars3i1 lug el the saeFntl day, Ihe in elate to the inserting department
I ether bells ring fruit niurnma until It ia opened: with nervous anticipation,
Right, After which they jangle\ through and there is ,great rejoicing when it
one's l dreams proves to be a knitted muffler for ,,&-
The Christmas doorbell is a great ther from Aunt Jessipa The muffler
f. 1 I institution, It la the busiest bell of ia as l large a. A young hammock, and
[ GOOD and BAD CIGAR STOREMMMMMMMMMMMIMMM a the lot, All day long the doorbell has fa flintier than pa's cheeks when we
pressing engagement When the ail insist that he try it pn,
doorbell rings on Christmas day, every If there is a grown-up daughter in
body gives heed to its sweet sounds. the family, she beats all records get
I IIIHMM ' .iMIIIIIIIilMMMMIIIiMMIIIIMMIIIIMIIMIMMMWith And everybody rushes to the front ting to the door when the a/dl rings on
door as if the house had caught on Christmas day. If anybody beats her
fire and that was the nearest exit. to the knob, it Is not her fault as she
The doorbell has everyone in the family slid down the banister and took a fly ,
DAYS BEFORE CHRISTMASWhen hopping as if they were so many ing leap which was the best she could 1
trained ducks. do without breaking bones. Sis expects
fi f IJJ J the Joy of Your Kiddies There are two reasons why the the kind of presents which are
ii Brings Tender Memories of Christmas doorbell is a welcome visItor not found in fireplaces after Santa
if; I Years Ago. F. G. RUSH when it jars upon the ear. In the Claus' visit. She's looking for bouquets
f first place, you know that no bills of flowers huge boxes of candy
I In these strenuous shopping days, are going to be presented by the callerat and other tokens of regard. Sometimes
writes Louis James, have you caught the door. In the second place the though not very often the bell
I yourself remembering suddenly in all THE HOME: OF THE FAMOUS FORD doorbell may announce the arrival of ring announces a neatly wrapped wed-
sorts of queer, unexpected places, all a package.A ding ring.
; sorts of queer, half forgotten things sawed-off express wagon driver, The Christmas telephone bell is an
Have you remembered how these days with a chunky holly-bound package important feature of the Yuletide. It
1 r before Christmas are the wonderful under his arm. can get more attentionon rings Christmas tidings which formerly .
1f days in the life of the child: more Christmas day than the governor of were sent on decorative cards,
I. wonderful days, perhaps, than any the state surrounded by his military which with their imitation snow made
that are to come? staff and preceded by a Chinese orchestra handy match scratchers.The .
j rr w vd You know that yourself. You can't playing "Tippelaly." Christmas dinner bell-one at a '
'' help recalling how time went by those The package the expressman or time please. Don't all rush in at
'I' days before the great day. You remember mall carrier brings is seized by a I once!
:SO how each day seemed somehow -
Ire more wonderful than the one before FORD CARS FORD GASOLINE

J each day a prelude of real Joy FORD PARTS FORD OIL t1
to that first marvelous moment of
Christmas morning, when, after a FORD SUPPLIES FORD TIRES
night of little If any sleep, you scram.
I bled up and stood breathless on the
threshold of the room which had been
forbidden you all those interminablehours
that went before.
The child you take with you throughthe
wonderlands of the modern toy 209-11 SOUTH ORANGE AVENUE .
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department wants what you did. The i
little girl stops before the baby doll HE late Shopper is a prom -the kind that are Incurable Here
/ wide eyed, still with desire. The boy inent member of the Genus they could retire and nurse their
stands flooded with happiness beforean :, aT Procrastlcatus.He wounds, incurred in the last toy counter -
vb\ ark In which is every Imaginable has his own peculiar rush.
= 0 Pe creation. You remember what a small way of celebrating Christ How fortunate It ls that Santa Claus
thing your own was, a fourth the site. mas. Often he celebrates it In bed. was not born a late shopper. He la
Hut his Joy la no greater than yours. FREE AIR AT THE CURB with a water big on his chest and the always on the Job and gets ready
(idt lie pushes toward the rocking horse. trip of an anxious physician aroundhis for the holiday season months ahead,
r Now It runt by machinery, when once wrlat. His eyes. are closed and we are reliably Informed by the nursery
you ran your own across the floor to hit poor, warped brain It worn In aling. books. However Santa Claus lie
Joyful hurt,ea dainty toes, the Imminent dancer of total deitrue* In constant danger of losing his ripe-,!
flit eyes aitlat,each cbttk a rose, tlon to persona and furniture that On the floor beside hit bed, torn to tatlon. There are hundreds of fond
will laden with Sir priests ie might stand In the way Hut Chrlit- shreds and bitten in numerous places, I Fathers who pose as Santa Claus to,,
The CtrliUnat maid. mat day was your day The day when U.. bit Christmas Hit. The day before their little brood, Papas who tally
"don't." were not and you were kingor "Free Road Christmas he stilled forth with forth to collect a bagful of toys. jolt
la Saata't tart ,ht clalai a than, queen In your kingdom of to,... Service To this Hit In his hand and a look of I when the stores are closing on Chrlit-f,.
And burl her gilts with thoughtful You pass on to trains and there desperate determination on his fea mas eve, and the holly garlands are)
cart, again electricity Is running them. You Ford Owners"Make tures. being taken down and the manager i
Wall to?a attiadi her tvirywhirt, pulled them yourtelf. The Late Shopper U a cheerful giver of the dress goods department la f et-T
A wUllllI al4. Then you catch the look on the face withal. He lover giving for III tint ready to announce "Spring and
of your boy He It watching the huge own take but he loves! U better tor Bummer Styles*
Oh, Banta, take a rUndljr tip engine move slowly,smoothly along. It the sake of.. faulting It bit Decidedly The tale Bhobpert we have atwayf'
tJnitil yort want t. lei foul rrlll.boa't pastes under Infinite tunnels! and THIS FORD HOME YOUR HOME he U tin beilevef In the "'b -itnow" with us. At) eleventh bout athletes
Ut hif faukl anethif trip bridges still over* made hills that pte* movement. NoF It) fa* kelBsfa. U U they take all the running", jiitaplng
U ail e ji. tent IhtHcalB difficulties tit tia ae.totlf Just ft habit. it ti to fed leafed that ahd llhfrpltthiln hbnfaft. !But bfleft!
yeuf tttfihet were bf chalfi and the If he were dying 6f thlfel he would\ the Late Bhbppef hat bile idttd math
fief III' i Hilda M te&Htifoil t table IB yeUf kltthett! made i kpl l@la put 68 giving l himself i dflfik ta his efedii tie pun eft ilvlai it
8.ElbIt allag. flit lad swell. did bridge! td ffog. t'hitahlhnn1llts l iheuld bad ml a8= alt ttffiNi and therefore pets elf lifa tEieee
lal feai let 1.11 IWelf belt He turni to IOU the child ef, 'tell UIlFIYffili> 'for Late CAFIetnias! IHiflf\flliFI: In' i el his alBd,! .U< hii wife f
A fettfidfti Wil.MtttMtlMM : twentieth\ epRtUFjFi Ills effille li lie: -...
Atlli@: He wants that t train: tie ,
.. n Y@F MfltjJo\1 anythIi se mYfft @lt=
( fare tie never will again\ fee! li
C t. tiYfft(, CHRISTMAS
And aa ye\J rooa away FItflF \ walls, "
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I[ A CHEAT PAY I Ii wonderfully pappy! this\ : n of yours, At
but you are sure, too, that ha Is no
I This (I' Christmas day the anniversary t happier than you were these same proI -
: of the world's great : Christmas days, those years before.
: est event. To one day all the S I Starts DECEMBER 20th

.: early world looked forward; to : Change of Scenery,
: the same day the later world : The fool who rocked the boat will
: looks back. That day holds time : I now proceed to put on a set of cotton The first payment is either 2c or Sclr
i together.-Alexander Smith. !. | whiskers and light the candles on the o

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tinr+mrN+ ++Nrr+++w 'rNrrN+1+ ,vvrt'N .'+-s r fans, and of Ned Tolman. her handsome
male "support. occurred frequently -
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I The release was to be in no .
hthrrnt s snnA less than fire reels three of which
the press notice stated were already
: the : I done and desperate efforts were being
made to finish taking the other two
mistletoe for a theater presentation by Christmas --
eve. "A mammoth elaborate production
. no expense spared
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L Br Not knowing much about the I
I De LYSLE FERREE: CASS I I movies. Millicent wasn't much impressed -
however. At the moment I
0SAVlNQST \ her mind was fervently occupied with
OPIIdSAN0p aVfttftftffftffftfWMfffftftftffftftfttHfMlSILLICENT: melancholy reminiscences of a "Ned" DODGE BROTHERS

HEBARD bad whom she herself had known-Ned
PAID p not the slightest idea Harkins.who had pledged eternal fidelity
that she even remotely to bet In the shadow of a haystack
snit k S M resembled Audrey Arlington one moonlight nIght tears before
w Btellaf tnembef when both he and she were barely MOTOR CARt .
of the National Film mote than children. Ned=her
Manufacturing cum Ned=had gone away td the big rUt
L pany'8 east! lu fact, three years before td Hake his foftiihe. >
having only recently af'= the: helper had heard froth him
rived la the big city nifl@@. .
frffl & dWBitate! farm, Vneloiid@d\ eye, fresh! clean eeeafde -
,. I !she had net even B@B! :.1j Bft@fMIIJIlArlioIH '1I Millicpfit her\ interview with the fif;
.r..I 1 celebrated! moving I pie* fi@@ manager In the film plant, While
THE IDEAL GIFT tur@\ perlrajrals.' touch I@ee heard of he still was Mplainlns her new filing!
thai eputeiil magnate ef filmdom, the duties, In rushed the chief director=
National film Manufacturing cam: hair rumpled'! .and estimating! ; in wild / Speaks fort5'PI
pep Truth to tell, the very first earlteutent t.
For Xmas Is one of our time she I learned Pf H. existence wa "Audrey Arlington fell dawn In tile
that evening when, worn out by A middle of her big scene in the last.
hatless tour ot business offices where reel of the Christmas release. , ,
She ba4 hoped for employment she Complete nervous breakdown! , ,
10 centSAVINGS read ita 'ad" in the Help Wanted sec hysterical . are rushing her'direct
lion of a newspaper. to the nearest hospital now
,< Millie'ent had come to the metropolis . What in heaven's name will
I abrim with the high hopes and diml- we doT There Isn't a girl in the whole
nent enthusiasm of youth. Incidentally stock company who can make up to
BANKSA abe brought remarkable good looks look enough like her to complete the
with her too although being unsophisticated personification for this final reel!"
and from the country, she The bead director kept wringing his
was not as self-conscious of them as bands and swearing frantically. The
Gift for most city girls of her age are. The president of the company registered
Young and Old home farm was hopelessly mortgaged acute distress. Then his eyes accidentally -
and for several yean past she bad tell upon pretty Millicent
realized with Increasing. poignancy among her filing cases. I.I I. W. PHILLIPS & SONS$
t what a tax upon her aged parents' "Look! Look: )Ir. lsaacaohnt"yelled !
lender resources she was. the head director pointing. "AsI
t Call and Let Us As a girl grows older the crave live, that girl. looks enough like HIM
210 S. Ave.
acre and better things. and no mat Arlington: to be mistaken for her on Orange ,
f ExplainORLANDO ter how slightly she nay be In. the street! . Coma here, MluMln Phone 50.
whatever-your-nanaeU! Have
you ever posed before a 'picture'
camera? No , well, It doesn't
make any difference just now anyway.
1i J You're fired from that office job I'll
BANK give you\ |80 A week to substitute for
Mini Arlington in this last reel. .
No, I haven't time to listen to anything .
& TRUST ; CO.Men's about HI! (tome on bark to the
studio with me right now! The 'set'
i is all up and we were right In the
middle of the scene when Miss Arlington -
I U i fainted. Ned Tolman, the
leading man Is waiting. Cmont"
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practical inducement offered. her closer as their lips met in a long, e mas Store of a thousand gifts.
i Shoes. Six dollars loomed gigantic to our long kiss and the watching director Ill From the tiny imported toy to the most 1i
Boys Shoes. Mllllcent just then and. although the yelled* "Fine! fine! Hold that!" >& elaborate of imported gifts.
thought of being only an office girl Presently the whirr of the camera p
Women's Shoes. was humiliating it was considerably crank ceased and the grins on the The store where it Is a delight to look

''I I ti Girls' Shoes. better than nothing. She determinedto faces of actor, "extra." and "set" I around and see the beautiful things that
be first of the hundred-odd applicants shifter broadened. beautify the home. I
w f Ladies': Hats and all kinds of at the studio on the morrow. "Hey there!" finally shouted the
I' Millinery and so. Indeed she was. head director "Film's run out; Come in
On the way out next morning Miss scene's over! We've bad enough of and Make Your
Ladies' Coats. Silks. Wool Millie O Dress Good Cotton Dress of the newspaper and therein read a "Hut 1 haven't murmured Ned Selection Now!
Goods. long account of the stupendous production looking fondly down into his old
which the National Film Man sweetheart's happiness-flushed face.
ufacturing company was about to re
"Have you Mllllcentf"Never
Excellent Quality Reasonable Prices lease. The names of fascinating Au- 1 could keep on doing It TS-ss anf
frey Arlington, darling of the movie forever," she whispered softly back.

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Mechanical Toys Dolls! Dolls! Dolls!

Toy Trains, Boats, Men, Dogs, Autos, Animals, Purses, Jewel Boxes
Undressed Kid Body, Full Jointed, Bisque
Cannons that Shoot, Cornets, Trombones,
Ladies Neckware, Hose, Handkerchiefs, Etc.
Dolls, Dressed Dolls of All Sizes and Prices.
Tea and Dinner Sets, Aluminum 1 I Cooking

in Holiday Boxes. Men's Initial! Handkerchiefs
Velocepedes, Automobiles, Irish Mail, Carts
Rocking Horses, Doll Carriages, Trunks, Neckties, Suspenders and! Hose, inFancy
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Boxes.Extra .
Kitchen Cabinets, Furniture, Tool Chests,

Chairs, Pianos, Horns, Drums, Doll Beds. p B-
J M[U ULLO] HJ S llEp.ARTMENT STDII Fine Line of China Solid Bowels.



Crystalized Florida Fruits VEGETABLES Of All KINDS

Are the most novel and appropriate present,

in pound boxes. To be found only at the Largest display of Fruits and Veg-

' tables shown in the city
" 5c and lOc Cornucopies of Candy for Christmas ever s

Trees are just ,the thing. '

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Can you dream of any more timely and appropriate Yule-tide gift-or one more expressive of the Christmas spirit than an inexpensive piece of furniture for the home All the
family will receive it graciously-every member will be glad to have it there. a
You get ple/ity of talk about buying early, so we won't urge you; but whether you buy now or the day before Christmas, this is the time to buy Furniture. Scarcity of dye stuff; 'J
scarcity of good lumber and good labor; the general influences of the war are going to make present purchases look mighty good to you inthe near future. Some dyes have gone up I
600 per cent. We have made no advance in prices; we bought heavily early and we are offering some rare bargains on Christmas goods-Hand quality and Hand guarantee. Exchangeable -
any time before you make the gift and by the recipients when they find they have received duplicate gifts. Our store is full, of the best gifts that you can give. Come and see. ?1
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Here Are Some SuggestionsRoyal

Morris Chair ;.............$12.50 to $25.00 Large Did Davanportt............$20.00 to $75.00 {

A Fumed Easy Rockers ............$2.11to" \ $15.00 Large Bed Couches .............$3.98 to $16.50

( '* Smoking: Stand .................1.65 to $10.00 Large Settees ..................10.00 to $25.00 1 1r J

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Special Wisher Cbalrs $3.75 to $25.00euelltA
I and Taburnettes ..........L09 c: to $15.00'

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Cheval Mirrors $18X0 to $28.0
Ladles Desks ....................$9.00 to $20.00 _-
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Enamel Mirrors .OOc to $7.0 Cr I
Toilet Tables .....................10.00 to $25.00 y 1
Medicine Cabinets .._____...__..____1.08 to $5.00 1
!, Toilet Table Chairs-.............$188 to $7.60 .
s L Hall Racks ......................$7.50 to $35.00 !
Individual Library Reception Chairs ..................$1.98 to $10.00
for Boys and Girls Hall Mirrors ......................$2.48 to $10.00 1
Cultivate the U>1 tot p xxl hooks Inyntif ........
Music Cabinets and Racks $2.60 to $18.00 t i
with hor lilv-lutig KIM]enjormer.t irtrU and you, provW.lhem Dining( Room Chairs I ................vvc you enmtirair* them wti'i l litres oftiMtMHm Hook Shelves ..................__..$1.08'to) $a.00 ., -- I ; a
lh.kind,tiHrft of buvki knd tUi f iiHHw frhlle.Intnvit UwmId Breakfast Tables ................$3.50 to $12.758e ,n M''r 1 I =s -, p, i

<<1 t ". f .. Library Tables aaaaaaaaaaa.a..a.$8.75 to $ 3.00 !ng Tables ....................$8.50 to UU.S3o '
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Bookcases l B|prrlal 1 Card Table ........................|2.M Parlor Cabinets ..................$7.60 to 51x.00) t
E EM 1 11tt
1 rhllwlibpr. AM :.N/IMR I I Tablet .. ....... I
:: ad .rf.ft ) ?IlN/rtl Nperlal Dining =aaasaaaa$7.50 to $75.00()() Chiffonier ?saaazaz *= $3.68 f to $00.00 + A
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N' ..'"/tteMt7.r lwlf..ftl..rl"r. @ I I China Cabined >=..*,,,,*. ..$17,75 t to '!J0.00 Ilr@@!@re aac-.aceaaonaase.$850 ((9 $ O.OO a'II'N I f1.N
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The bra nal( u milUfy, yiturpirlft finrtly HIIIN| ( mimt nplJtullrllttt'-ftnd 'ltnld-thlnl In dour rnne la In rome nnd look lh |)lentllil liollday stork avtrUIOIIM .


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('on icsaIOns' of .PrlMinrrn. Warrant Retiring$ That (;General Have
Statement That 33 to Derided to .Eliminate Her

ABANDON L LENGTHY WEDDING JOURNEY :f;i0 ArrrH", OUT U. H. llu",band, Villa'. Wife

Wilt Ho-Made Soon 1ANSIN({ GIVING:I : .FINAL Urjtc "Fllkhl t

I. --= New York, Ded 18.-The central' Kl I Pnso, TP*., Dec.) 18.-Villa Is
PRESIDENT ANt MRS. GALT + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + financial fountain from which flowed TO VIENNA: fleeing; from Mexico.

:. SOMK PACTS ABOUT MUM. PHKHIDKNT: WILSON'S CA. + fabulous sums of money employed In 11rnulullon\ In ended.

MARRIED LAST NIGHT : NORMAN. II. GALT: + KEKlt + the most gigantic bomb and arson The warfare which has torn Mexico

AT WASHINGTON A &: + plot in the history of America was MUST DISAVOW SINKING ANCONA apart for more than three years is

II. Horn October 14, 1872, inWytheville + + Horn December 28, 1836: In + tapped today by the federal and city oter.

HONEYMOON Alibi SPRINGS VA. Va. + + Staunton Va. + authorities.At American Govt. Makes Peremptory Villa is on his way to the border
+ Is direct descendant! of the In. + + Spent his childhood and youth + nightfall this was the situation: where he will cross into the United
dian princess, Pocahontas. + + In and South + Demand-Refusal Will
mostly Georgia Six men had been brought into the States and he has announced his intention
| Has eight brothers and sisters. + + Carolina. + investigation of the alleged to of
Departed at 11 :15 O'clock-For- plot Mean Severance of taking up his residence ina
+ + Educated in schools Davidson +
public destroy the Welland canal or into co- foreign country.It .
eign Worry Caused Bridegroom + Still retains the good looks for + + College, Princeton University + relation with certain phases of the Relations is expected that he will go to

to Change Wed- which she was famous in her + + University of Virginia + canal plot probe. Europe.
Dec. 18.-The second
+ + + and Johns + Washington,
youth.Is Hopkins University.
Three of these actual
are prisoners Villa, in statement tonight
ding Trip Plans which a explaining -
Ancona amounts
note, practically
+ charming, tactful and Intel. + + Married Helen Louise Axson, + under a combined bail of $105,000.: is his decision to leave Mexico, .
+ ligent.' + + of Savannah, June 24, 188:;. + to an ultimatum receiving
Washington, Dec. 18.-President Two are under detention. One a police final consideration Lansing said that at a recent conference: of his
by Secretary
+ Has devoted herself to + + economics +
charity Taught history at
officer wearing the shield of the
Woodrow Wilson and Mrs. Norman to its transmissionto generals he told them the army's
+ rather than society! conquests.! + + Hryn Mawr Weslcyan and + of New York has been preparatory
Gait were married tonight at the city Vienna. needs, and also gave his consent for
+ Huns her late husband's + Princeton.. +
jewelry :
home of the latter. 1308 Twentieth from duty.Detailed of verbiage them to select a new leader if they
+ store and brings a "dot" of + + Elected: of New Jer- + Stripped diplomatic
confessions .
Street, N. W., the ceremony being supported the note reiterates the peremptory thought it best that he withdraw.
+ $300,000 to the president. + + sey. + commandeered documents have been
performed by the Rev. Dr. Hobart demand made and The generals decided that Villa
+ Loves baseball golf, aulomo- + + Elected president of United +
obtained from two of the six '
men. .
Scott Smith, rector of Saint Mar- :: should quit.Villa's
+ biting good books, and music.Iressea + + States in 1912. + notified the Aunlro-Hungarian ROT-
These warrant the that'tht'r.
Igaret's church: assisted by the Rev. prediction unless the Anrona wife hearing of the generals'
eminent that attack
+ well. + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
will be within few .
I James II. Taylor, pastor of the Central a days thirty- relations decision to eliminate her husband,
U disavowed diplomatic
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + ,
Presbyterian church, which was five to fifty arrests. not be continued.In urged! him to leave Mexico with her,
I ran
TWAH A GOLF: LI:)'KS WOOING:' Arrests will be made (in all of''
(attended by the Wilson family only one particular does the note which he has decided to do.
The guests who witnessed the cere- WHAT HAPPENED. : TO FOUII UN.MAIUUKD I the United States of Central Power : .
fall short of nn ultimatum.No
mony numbered lass than thirty, and PRESIDENTS: ) Washington, Dec. IS.-An intimate propagandists and their American time limit is fixed in which the ORGANIZED: IIASEIIALL WINSVICTORY
friend of Mrs. Galt revealed today : allies.
when congratulations were over and
demands must be met.
some details of the president's court Through the stories of the six men
the light wilding supper had been President Tyler-Married Miss

(served the president and his bride Julia Gardiner! of New York, unexpectedly ship.Most I the Authorities are said to have come Herman Warship Destroyed New York, Dec, IH.-With the de
motored to Union Btalion. There to the nation June 2(1, !IBM. of the chief executive's wooIng I Into possession of complete data covering parture of baseball magnates for the

they boarded A train and departed at President lluchanan-Came through it seems, was done on the golf I the workings'of the foreign London, Dec) 18.-An l Exchange West to resume their .peace confab at
VA. links. Mrs. Gait had little knowledge; propagandists. telegram from Copenhagen/; stales Cincinnati It is begin
Illllfl o'clock for Hot Springs Unscathed by Cuptd.President I Tuesday"t how
there the honeymoon Will be spent Cle't'lahll-Matrt MU of the Scottish game, of which the This data eMlain, it I Is acid. mod that a (tlt'ttttlthtltf hl guarding the hint to dawn on Organized baseball

PlaHS fur a mot ettemled Wedding Frances Folaoni, of New Y0rk, June president U very fond nhtl M t'. Wilson of the Inns string of munlllani plant l southern entrance to the llalthJ! was that It has won a distinct victory and

outney Mete abandoned alltttnl! Ml 2 i, I iMri volunteered ta tenth heh and shut. |) dUaMpfs! and flllempln to blown, Up 'thUftlll y, hot the Federals, as! ttt|'ered a few

(he last hour hcraiue tit the Im..I U President Wilson--!\ \ tI MM Nor While leaching all about hunker, Mow up failftirtd ( impel!} and Metlrumtmidllle Ihe! '! ehUH trew was Fepdrled\ lost dayg Rgtt At first U ...tnt't.llh"l the

dilly ttf a break IH (the dl| luniitli ftlaathmlll hiflH\ (Gait yesterdayIIUV1IIHI'IIKNIUK.Vr anti t brassies> M tM. tlrtlt Uuglit the! (Mended for the allies. PedernN! had Hunted the National

belfteett Ihe Boiled Hlsle HH.ILYuitriit -====:a fifft Hirth in the Irtttil something her- fresh tlefwnH (trite in WeMTDei' League t amt pained both l> a iiiiamiUIvkttiFy '

w the AHHtiti mile, 'I11l1 ( \ ;"' AM) Mil*. II"lt.-.tlt admire hefi: I hater the! tree in4viit' or MUM/ mmI'M( '" I'MIII, IH-HU.s reiMtfl sidle Mild mural' but. this. hay been..
itleflt funk In
resident'", IlineFHF will bring him UI'I'lm' Al.lhH H |itiatfHttltMle| t'tlUF"! ,r.vi H Kit that 'Ihe "MiMT i I..+ annul In jail .disproved' I'y' net rllyH8! of I the roil

iind the hrol lady. or f the land l bath In H oulijet't, lill,1t' H lilt (|PP|l1tlF Uwit trl"'Ihl"' A wire WHO receive*! \last\ evening ('ltIHIt'tllltt 'It* in"iwt t ,Ihe weMern ferenee.
htl While llwi"e January ". Ilfll\'ttll' apt PUllilli announcing the sad) new ef (he .sheath front, These! results HW.,.' 'fhitilt'' Petit'
lInt It are wMnwetl, As j Iii well known, Mr! (tall was M
of flenrge Abbott, father nf Mr, (fl.p It U generally believed Ihut IM oral League l IK extinct, or At least will
Moth were burn' in Vlrl"iniimil! guest t of Milili Margaret. Wilson and.
.mfltnlll'. ) $ (IN 'full e1VJININ\ ( hj4HJ an wlfpeUon fur (the South, the president: M III\fkl14hRI1\ 11"14&" "', I Christ and pioneer! Orlando) resh l visit i i is. I the prelude' |tn fresh! fierm! n pot 'be in t1>xj tenpe ware than A few

WEDDINGnew ; ) They have many 14inUcaa&fji\ Cornish, New Hampshire, II114m' dent, "t Moorestown New Jersey! attack against the French and HrlltUh days more if nothing happens to up.set *
Mrs Christ, accompanied by Miss lines the present plans; that Organized",
such as baseball" golf, automobiling, mar She had met the president
baseball, as far as the personnel' nf
new White House mistress has good books, music, both instrumental many times before this, however. Mary Uranham, left on the midnight!
train last night for Moorestown HOARD OF TRADE) MEETING the magnates and the control' of the
heavy social, season ahead of her and vocal She was introduced to Mr. Wilson by
affairs of the game enter into it, will
he first function will be the Pan She is about sixteen years younger his daughters, who are all three very There will be a meeting of the
remain practically: as it
merican reception, early in January, than the president. fond of her.SENTINEL. Kimble F. ]Hughes, of last year's Orlando Hoard of Trade Monday Federal League representatives was.
high school graduating class, re- evening at the Board of Trade room
who first insisted on Organized clubs
+ + + * + * + + * turned yesterday morning from and tourist headquarters in the Ar

EATS CALLS lONGWOOO *+ A GREAT ADVERTISERS lUG FAMILY IN TO- OF' ++ SANTA T A CLAUS course Gainesville in electrical, where engineering.he is taking a present.cade. All members are urged to be keep taking their their players players and have barter agreed them to .

I off as best they can: to Organized

++ OF -20 PAGES ++ Shop Lifting Is Going On In

+ The Sentinel this morning +
+ contains more than 100 display + Peaceful Orlando Says ChiefChief
+ advertisements of local businessmen. + Last evening scores of shoppers tS

NOON + They should be given the + NOW gathered, from time to time, in frontof

+ unqualified support of the Or- + of Police Smith has arrested ,tody George Poole, a negro who at- Way's Auto Inn to view one of the

ine Castle Woman Also Passesto + ange county and Orlando buying + $8.50 Came in Yesterday-Get one William Perryclear, who hails'\tempted to steal a watch at Evans' most novel automobile window displays -

Her Reward-Was + public. Without exception our + Your Friends to Makea from Savannah, Ga. The arrest followed jewelry store. Another thief is being ever seen in Orlando. A hand-

Eighty-two Yearsof + family of advertisers (whether + Donation This an investigation which revealed sought who lifted a pair of trousers, some Maxwell car, fully equipped for

+ in large or small space) are rep- + Week that Perryclear had been selling a pair of shoes, and other articles the road and running steadily on low

Age + utable, trustworthy, fair and + watches and diamonds. His room -it from as many different Orlando gear from five o'clock in the after-

+ honest. They are making of Orlando + The Columns a boarding house on stores. noon till late at night was sufficientto
[ Rev. G.V.. Hardaway, one of the + the greatest inland city of + Are you interesting yourself in'the West Church street, was searched j Cheif Smith says the town is comfortably attract the passerby, and the last
ominent residents of Longwood,and Sentinel Santa Claus Fund The
+ Florida. Their names are synonymous + and the following articles were found: filled with crooks: who are tinge of reality was added to the
settlers of Semi. donations keep coming in and the
ji e of the pioneer + with progress and ser- + 11 new neckties, 7 boxes writing paper : being closely watched. It is the scene by the modishly clad feminine
lie Fund has almost reached the ,
county passed away yesterdayut + vice. When called upon to labor + $150 9 novels, 3 handkerchiefs, 1 ring, Chiefs opinion that there is a great figure at the steering wheeL
Luke's hospital, folding mark. Make it $200 by Christmasand
noon at St. + for the upbuilding and improvement + I 1 silver shaving set, outing case, 1 deal of professional shoplifting goingon When examined at ten o'clock in
extended illness.1ev. little boy and girl, and
an + of the city generally they + every par- gold headed parasol 1 tie pin 1 watch and that "dippers" are lurking in the evening the radiator of the car
ents as well will be provided for I
< Hardaway, who was 75 years + would sacrifice business and put + by chain 1 cigarette case, and several the city. It will be well for all merchants was only beginning to get comfortably
the Associated Charities, who this
age, has been in the Presbyterian + their shoulders to the wheel for + Fund. get letters from his wife, who is in custody to keep a close eye on their warm, although the machine had

(inistry fifty years. lie was a very + YOU. In return it is up to YOU + at Savannah. display goods during the coming been running on low for five hours
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Previously acknowledged $139.80
eat and unassuming man, but a + to support them. + Chief Smith also arrested Will week's rush of Christmas buying and .
Aunt Mollie . . . ... . . 1.00 .
of high scholarly attainments ofe + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + Johnson on suspicion. He has in cus- shopping.
Christian character and work. Annie L. Mallory '. . . . . . 3.00 .

in G. T. Barr .. . . . .. . 1.00 C. G. WESTCOTT SEVERELY
the Confederate i
Cash .. . . . . .. . . .. . l.oo Look Out For "Acid Treatment" BURNED
whole life
Hardaway's J. W. Scanland . . . . . __ 1.00 While destroying insects on plantsat
of usefulness to his fellow men. Judge Whitney in circuit court
yesterday . . . her home on Lucerne Circle yester-
Mrs. John Murphy . 1.50
i was a gentlemanof the old school sentenced Robert Williams, a Beggars Who Ask For Alms! day morning with burning kerosene

therefore was'tt aU times gentle negro, to a life sentence. Williams Total ... . .. .. .. . . .118.30 Mrs. C. G. Westcott's clothing became -
refined. mur ered'e ley Mathews some ignited and she was severely

le is survived by a wife, oneghter weeks ago.Thursday What is, called the "acid treatment," Smith yesterday. He put up a terrific burned. Drs. McEwan and Edwards
and three sons. SAD PRE-CHRISTMAS STORY tale of suffering, summoned and dressed the in
for lack of a better name, has been displayed one leg were
(funeral services will be conducted: when Mrs. Rebekah Johns, which was severely burned with acid juries. Fortunately Mrs. Westcott'sface !
tried and found wanting in the past
: o'clock Monday afternoon at the one of the pioneer settlers of Orange Jackson; Miss.. Dec. 18.-.Joe Car. self applied, told of his pains and how was not burned, although her"

ftbyterian church, by Dr. J. F. Me- county, passed away at her home in man, 16 years old who attempted to few days by decrepit visitors to the he was unable to work, and that he hair was singed. Her many friends

non.e Pine Castle, aged 82. She was borneto steal a ride on a train here for Gulf. City Beautiful, who desire to makean had gone to a sanitarium for treat hope for a rapid recovery.

Interment, under the direction her final resting place in Oak port, to spend Christmas with his easy living and exist from the

ndertAker Hand, will be In Grcen- Ridge cemetery: Friday afternoon. widowed mother, fell under the train, alms of a sympathetic public.A ment.When asked by the Chief whetherhe Don't forget that boys admire a

cemtery. The interment was under the direction and was crushed so badly that he died forlorn character with a crippledleg wished to leave the city or spend watch. Curtis & O'Neal have a large

h e numerous friends here to they of Undertaker Hand. one hour later. Twenty dollars was came into Orlando a few days ago; two years on the road ho chose the consignment of Ingersoll watches for

extend their heartfelt sympain Mrs. Johns was a woman of lovable found in his pockets which h. requested and succeeded in mulcting about $5 former and when last seen was walkIng boys, girls and adults. Prices rang

their bereavement. character and her lots will be keenly be sent to his mother, beforehe from kind hearted people, principally north with his cant ovtr his from $1 to $2, and all guaranteed for

good woman went to her reward felt I died. I women. II* wa run down by Chelf( shoulder one year

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The Christmas edition of the Rol- ONE ISSUE-A RECORD.

1/1. r:. GLENN MORNING....AND.......WEEKLY...........KdlUr lins Sandspur was issued yesterday For the benefit of the suffering I.
'W C. FSSINGTOV . . ..B.. ._ Manager and it is a most creditable number.It public it may be of interest to know
Entered at the poctnffiec at Orlando FlorUa. consists of eight pages-ably edited I that C. E. (Colossal Egotist) Woods ELDERLY PEOPLE
u Second ClaN Mail Matter. full of interesting articles and I is editor of the Eustis Lake Region

SUBSCRIK11ON RATES vividly portraying the many and varied a weekly newspaper published at
DaU,. 1 Year ...,.................... tS.00 phases of college life. Winter Eustis, Fla. We have received the
Month ...................... Z.60
Dilly Daily. C* Month. ...................... L2SDaily. Park may well be proud of Rollins paper for Thursday December 16, J' As well as young folks will find this drug store a pleasant place to trade. Come in and
1 Month ....................... .60 College and the College may in turn and for amusement counted (until *
j get acquainted. Our goods are ABOVE THE AVERAGE, when its a question of Drugs
Weekly. 1 Year ...................... SLOG be reasonably gratified over the our eyes: burned) the number of times .
interest from her enterprising students the editor published his name. Thirty- 1 and Garden Seed.
ADVANCETO and from the support of bu .i- eight times must a subscriber see that
ADVERTISERS ness men in Orlando and Winter Park wonderful name, "WOODS," in reading -
who are making the Sandspur possi- one issue of the Eustis Lake Re-

..d Crtr..ru.lac In.display...< W handed and all i. at ether tb. hand-act haalnea LIe. A graduate! of any university or gion. Naus .me. .l th. Sentiael Mt later than. 1 P. m. college is not slow to remark that the the sake of that newspaper's subscribers -
u. day Wf r p.IoU..U. This rml applieaU
chance f.r ".".d adeertl.lag J It U most pleasurable years of his life we should think the humanitarian -
:variable and will. b. atrlcM* adhered_ U. were spent at college. Here he blovomed thing for the Lake County

Subscriber desiring The Sentinel dlkcondnoed into manhood and gained an Publishing Co. (McClelland, Caldwell, invited to make our store headquarters.
should notify the office in writing on incentive for right living and inspiration et al.) to do would be to tell Woodi
the date of expiration, otherwl It will be Courteous treatment and fair prices are found here at our store. Goods delivered
continued at the ft1rI&l.r'uUerlptloo rate, for a future career of usefulness that the public wants news not

until Telephen notice. Namh-r to atop ..to...rer.lnd................... 14 to society. The Sandspur had for its Woods. anywhere in city limits. Phone 632.
first editor Rex Beach and it is not 0CATHOLIC
SUNDAY. DECEMBER 19, 1913.: improbable that future Rex Beaches CHURCH t

may be produced at Florida's oldest: Fourth Sunday in Advent.
qUALlTY OF institution of learning. The Sentinel Mass and general Communion at t

CIRCULATION.'One congratulates! the Sandspur's Boardof 6:30 a. m. City Drug StoreJ.
has but to watch the InterestIng Editors in producing such an excellent High Mass and sermon, 10 a. m.
struggles! of Hulk Circulation publication Christmas edition.
Sodality meeting 3:30: p. m.
in their frantic attempts to o Rosary, address and Benediction L. DEAN Proprietor Orlando Florida
discover somewhere in their distribution TOO LAI l E TO CLASSIFY 7::.10 p. m.Mug 1 :

chnff that missing gem! Quality daily during the week 6:30hi. : 1I
In order to tie convinced how vital Is hjtt! At.F-t'ldur... chow, cheap n. I J n-
the Inttptflshlnl! td lent* for t'ubsi.tmjikrt. -- ------
thin! blehiertt td ndfertlslnf BUc- \ I Etplnrmttoti
bf Catholic belief nhd
bf A( hetvBtihbeh" the foe.* A hd.; A|fIply' Aibksi| | Ifejeirthe -
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Vbrk llbrdM.hf. lilts P.: U. AMrfcligb Hilt riftsUt the !FOR SALE!
(t'tittlU' (, bltbtiidtlttH! ItIWH ttr FtucttIij LI' It !fU U1--\, liHftatlHlflfhlewhujtllrVnt I| - iblr for \tilt:! SbrteHH t nt (lit! Illferi "An Ide1a l ubu 'ban
\ t HH frittbrsi!; bite!! \the ijtirllHr \\hrl jI ht: #: H t 1 t t\I.l"(\ the I t Ms.I I'Hblbttl's' plugs t Hill be FbHtHBiHFr8 1 "' I, ..Mfc tfciMr-nrpj:! ) brlrher t1tjHk MfHHllttfrUh H o'FHh4! : Od8F. "tiLL IAI I fttoffrtii: 8ft
I H |filii< IhlH \the Hfr'liltiHrillHltlHl n t-It.- Hfm1s, IIJ: itf!) t\ I1HI.,j IlptFu: *. Hem! & \f !1HN \ \ttHllh flMl.rtf I FFtlth t: tHt'I1H' r IiFHHt1J. ttl HrlHI "I
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(fHII t F\ittt.m( bf JjBllfJiWH HpkfhasIFf! (;: I nm-nJ f\\ hitb \ 1twNnt i\tn\ : ..eonvenienUncm : ,a ; AFFFy. \W HtIFIHFFAHVU1Hf: 'I Hi, lHf: 'f) ; ; A 'Icy,
; : fHF ItHH: HAIL HtfHlHHtlHfl thin is i ifAn'HFthfli fAHlt 1 WHFIIaH) } iHtI I I flit fLORIDA REAL ESTATE T Fllz 1 "hunt 19H1.lttinlrFlt\ : I Infl'J t11t ftfit HAflt\\H} I HRij it.} f FI{ : ]aNeH! R:}frlVfI1, :'F1ut t J HhhF a A b HA::
i Hntl (thtl HhFFi} quality HHlrH l f: z JHRHHllr1fHIHJ1W: HJt\tl\ : pnntmmjir / ) ntF fjiH IH Hr kh}} : Wmf1HW*1 fHnHth.
Pt, FFH4FF\ MM Hfh RP \ pHhIIFHtIAAnIwt1Y \ ,!t HFFHHK. I -I 1 & INVESTMENT 1 CO.hfH'f ( tree{J JH i4 t pnmintf into AAd ?FhFn FlAi tF and }hnHp* mm\ An lk1-lm}

WUhA4t F1dAthA31A} I33nnrrng' tw lvp nHJ{ Frarntll'Arm
\ nttFllft44 } } i CHARLES P DOW
tTm 1tk.lT-11AfHcPishemlePcisheml!I, two 1 ) ,
anil tin iir
rAaan $IIilll1 EWt11Grt,4 ri
Frl-ilth'eftiink;I tIt\ Jil} 11usjnes4 ii With '.
I H} i4 not harm to locate:j the 'quality out all modern JmH"JIl'' Jwts.pph''! ) moved their nffipp f toftesidencu the nmfnr rfiWe f sly room house,
Nhu (' \\\\s\ nHmI.fHUnrHf.S : I.. \JP4)'ne, WatK t H4 MOf i-V.: llenetlict JH 1 TastGentritt fl"m awl irriwtinp, pwnti)
R :2j'JCtcOT {; Avenue awl} nope to It win pay you, to investigatethis.

(fW riivMAINTAINED. PLANTS' ,FOIL CHJUSTM S- meet our clients and many new .
\nI.I. !:: Maiden hair ferns, begonias, cut Price $3,500.00
one tp get acquainted with us
It U very often the case that flowers, etc. Miss !Hope Starbuik, "Why Not"Send S
when a man's income la reduced, and -US Livingston uvtnue. Phone 5'31.12.19.it' and our methods of doing busi-

he adopts a policy of retrenchment, ness.Va buy and sell Real t

he begins to draw in expenses at the FAIL IlKNT: : -On Colonial Drive and Estate and Mortgages, loan a box of assorted Grapefruit, Oranges and Tangerines
expense of the church. It is to the Park Lake, five furnished housekeeping money on good securities and to your friends at home?
credit of the church people of Orlando room (,las, electricity, and F. At Wallace! Realty Co
however, that this has not been city water. Apply 4UU J-ltlit; Colonial advance money to parties intending ,. 10 pounds --------------------_........_____..$1.35

true of them in the punt year, gener- Urlv) Phone 11. 12.19.6t"FOR to build homes on easy 20 pounds --------w------____............____$2.00

ally speaking. for while there have S A LK Having( gone in businessat terms Hank Guarantee for our Room tJ Arcade Express: Prepaid.
been few new buildings or other forward Cleurwater, will sell my pretty transactions.
projects carried out, the routine little\ home, with :2 lots, 40 largeearing IIKNKY HENI JICT. PHES. Phone 117
orange, griihefruit und tun-
of the churches In
expenses nearly rerine trees, on \YVber street, ut "I ,
nil runes have Wen kept( up and the uirguln. Turnis, If Icxlrt'd. Inquire -
larger and stronger churches neatly, entliiel olrl,'". 12-1'J-lttl Orlando Seed & Produce Cad

nil report their financial conditions -

were never better. 'Oil lake HALK front:-two Ten lots room modern bungalow house. ;, Grove for Sale! 206 S. Orange Ave. Phone 166
In several Protestant churches rcvlvitU !
citrus trees. Will furl
were held that were the moot nlllh twenty l to bearing purchaser! good tenant for 80 acre Lnkeslte, 35' acres In Grove; 2200 fine "bearing .
ucccitnful In vlnlblo results In many ant half of house. for otto year, with "budded trees; 300 Seedlings: Close to brick road and
Congregations have privilege of three nt twenty-five dul. town.
years. averaged
much larger and the horrors of the urn n month. will net purchaser House! Darns, Outbuildings.
d per rent, und his own rt'ntlltIn'II" Lucerne Theatre December 23
ungodly European: war seem to hnte i.kuUib, euro Sentinel. 12-llMOt:
turned the minds and hearts of the
people in this country to religion to a At The Churches EXCLUSIVE SALE II
full degree not known in recent times. I COMING IN ALL THEIU: GLITTERING GLORY!

Orlando may well\ sustain the reputation OSCAR I"'. IIODflK: 1'IIKSKNTH:
of (Ming the city of churches' nil FIRST BAPTIST CIIUKCII Orlando Real Estate Co.

practically all the lending denominations To alt who cherish friendship; toall E. I). DRADLEY NEAL O'BRIENAnd
of the United States are fitting I who enjoy Christian companion-
ly represented.' ship; to nil who sorrow and need contort His Great American'MINSTRELSlWith
---0- ; to nil who nre tired and seek
A noon MOVE.Information rest; to nil who crave sheltering love; everything new and more II.oplmort' songs dances acts, stories and
comes of n concerted to nil who rim pay anti, to nil who pedal features than em lirfora. Two new nkiU. "by Mil. O'lHUK.V."DAHKTOWN'S .

action among the residents of the ought; to all who sin anti need n ) IIKAVKST: FIGHTING(: ; TIIK KLAMKS"AND
Intlln anti Jennie Jewel! neighborhood $nvolur; anti to whosoever will, this
j L dirislmas Cards and B Booklets I It
looking toward the prenervntlon of rhurrh opens wide Its doors, and In 0
quail In that "eel Ion. It Is n well the name of Jesus the Iiord, says, Till'! I'KNNY: .\IU A IJI ."

.settled. fart that the ifuall, ls not only 'elrttmel' We want you to get right I'rirrn, OOr) In ",311( Hrnls at McUrny'ii;! I'lmrmify.
A ImrmlvM,,, bird; but, IIP I U n real, I brnrfiirlur > near the Tpitiple hrnitli toiie ntul\ feel X'I\lll1ltu I \ Meet Ion(from le, up), Also Souvenir
anti,, friend of (this fanner."' HPfeed "nt liome" with us. 'Ihe paitnr' will Novelties, '1'nYt4. Jnimiicno Novelties Stationery,
.* tut Inserts and the weed nf be I, irlnd (lit "...I'11" as trends'' "ndilnlRter I\IHI Mngat ItI(''''

tuition" weed. and us Klurlda fadesmy ,,, "Pleuse nmke yourself
little niitH\ eraln (here\ U little known (In him 22 W Church St, A-B'COOK &; COMPANY

d rhanre for him in Injure rrnps, One It.",. IMwaiit: T. Poulson, It. It"|l Br'I"11arn & H'III( ONE bLoCK tAST A. C. L IWOT | l
i of (the t..t.ll'h| nf (the Rerdmi tnett- " (tinned ulateS HInt irt fnr MS hi* Hforl} school Itt tI ill n. hl.j Mr MIMMiMHHMIHtilHIMIIiHiMMMIMiMMIItMiPURE gV
kit( he line lint fnUltit H "IIf'htttlli( rthitlel>1 A. Newell, ntteHtiteti!| In lint III frtrnr hf (iHnHMR the IrtiuUUlul tluhllttihh1tt| Ih (the HU.IItHtltlttl.
(fleldai i fttll.liMlttR. Htlrtll ulihttdhptrihtl i Itt t .ti. a. IK. tilul fftU t: ii| tit., ""Uk tine. d/t/
ril eelh>; Iii It that. I lltf rp.tHrllntt UrhCHrrrtl. rt.l.ir IH the pulpit| FOOD STOREGroc
: JIll 1! Mhlb.l\ Unit tli\ ti Ul.lthlf IIHFiiIi sFHuHni IllItit'' ItFlltldfI1 : VI:: fuiHi ft HUH tlitiHtlttltft! \ IHIFAthtyllla ) IliitlinJf it

f } th.. ilhjtriill\ lil: 6f, "jf rlr'tlUUF i ,iriflrF \ 'topFF1HHH iNMtlltF: 11t4 toFOitiFi IHtilltI/ lllllllllll.r, flllFlHl| (IF ilRinf
( eriFrfiil lll\HUpHllHH I \ [irH (Kite! (!: fHF the tHj1Hlrl.Ftofilll rl 8 f
fHrtt 1 (lint PVPfy rjHrtll fnIsF'd HH limp fittiHIt=tI, "llHF (JFrnt rllfttHHttll niiiillh,

Ittrm i H nerth fH lite InFfflfF $Ffbfity: II: Y: l 1'I': \ : WPttlflg! ir 'fiHfl: P.; fit U I : CHRISTMAS HINTS Wli' hiII1(1I t ( nil hinds llnililintf MiilHifilfl iinil furnish
live ..llilhH| || +: IhP f:1'UnHHfI: ( < i MHRflB ''Init: lli f ChmlH: : Urinal: fUMIrirfirWHtlhi :
( IN f PWJMIIflB J flfRf the FAntFnt4: : t fimht =i flttfRtUP\ H hFi tF3tt4fftm ltatnal plirrpn( { N, WRlnn i\1m.nnlt1 1 > #HnHiI!! N.Hto, P oFfnLil \ plin;, nod p-lInmfpq fnp
th! FFrt\vs Af !it 1 liiFI'inHt l n4n11tI tF: A'' ill bbcvbt: = i it\Rr\ itAd one Orange, wt\t\1 lemon I p t l I, nH' tpr llflism; IIFnolA h
'' \ HllfW| v\\w\z: \\ \ pf the danlagAIA l \'iiiHRn; i4llft tr"J1ptri: mR t jRr ialIywm1Fatnetl i : nwh i, llHrneit'4 t' me PnlQrimr, 41
craps 'by the vast nurober\ Pf ilef 1'h'un.t1' i\rtn t1rfh fOfk BUI E-1VI Wd MTA'ir'E.rHAi

etrtwtiva lnsects llft| t therein. Prayer and| fellowship meetingVednesday pq Phone Church AND CONSTRUCTION
I 203 NP 8 W St
|H has) "been pMmie4 that the boll evening at ?:3u. ,,

weevil., which is cawing such damacethe
in the cotton growing region, could ------------

lie successfully combatted through the I . . . . .f..I..1

propagation of the quail. It has also I
been claimed that the insects which
prey upon the truck gardens could beheld MERRY XMAS G. C. MontgomeryWe

in check by these birds, and the
profits of the truckers greatly in : and Industrial
creased. We would like to sell $500 worth of the Best Feeds have employed the service of G. C. Moirsl emery for
Bonds[ :Mortgages on Improved that were ever offered this week by Friday night.If .
the services of the
Recognizing our painting department. Cars overhauled and painted.
quail the South Dakota legislature a Property. we do we will give 1 per cent of sales to the As-
few years ago enacted a law to pro sociated Charities for their Santa Claus fund. Prices for Fords, $10.00 to $20.00; Any cars $10 to $50.

hibit the killing of quail for a period 8 per cent. Just received, car of Ballard & Ballard Shorts and .
of five years, and clothing the farmer Bran. Shorts 16.45 per cent Protein Bran 15.78 per cent.
with authority to arrest any person Interest Investments of
found upon his premises carr"lna/ upon
gun. The result stems to have: Just! unquestioned security.
fled the passage of the law The Co-Opertive Produce Co.
It I Is a matter! deserving Impartial I
C1IAS. P. DOB'Peoples
investigation.An '.. S. DeWitt, Mcr. No. 10 E. Church St. PHONE 447 ; Freeman V. D. Phillips, Mgr
o The National (Hank
ad in the morning Sentintl I

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Np. 4VM Pine $twl [trove in State
3& IA'. 't:! 'I i ouuuit Vfc.i kill our uf tn-U. jwst Barg !

. Tu t. it > .U- ill) Vo.I.lbp'r I (l
"I'hune I Jfil I I '14 t )I.... -
p i .
i I.. tie tu. lunga Fire hung by (hoAr

fir fix nut m imm i. )"u know
>AVIS & GILES'ATIOUN.YS.AT.14A rG }' .niiiii, +rt "si awfulli. lit HeI ... "
I I' 11 Santa < i.iu .t.n'I t. u <
ATo Scarcity , ,
i y And ml 'li *"' man) plaything
W nil"' w 'n i h"ld" ugh f"r me

I'hone 72 ji of Gifts Property Jocated two miles from

ooms 5, G, 7, 8,- ; BecauseofWar Court House on brick road. And con-

Davis & McNeill Block ,

tains one thousand six-year-old pedi--

Victor Starbuck greed Grape Fruit Trees. Budded on


;\TTORNE\\ -LAW sour orange stock. Next year's crop

I'hone 161 r should be

0.6V.. Pine St. Orland. Ha


R. RAY WHITE KHAlTSK of the Euro- made of different material. Rocking !!
pean war there naa horses are usually mado of white ash : When grove is ten years old' t should
ATTOKNEY-AT LAW RJ been considerable comment : In the native forests, basswood occurs ;j I g
T to the effect that sparingly and very seldom in gvl
Room 44fatMna there will be a dearth groups or in solid stands. In the lake produce
JLsjgly, of Christmas toys this states In particular it is sawed InclI I
Ulock Orlando, Fla. )i?' year, since the toy dentally with other timber, but the t
. t I/Isourccs/ of France and I logs are usually kept separate and | TEN THOUSAND BOXES
4\, --- Z Germany will' not be generally sawed in accordance withstanding .
.....lI I available to American orders from special Industries I
orthi ton Blackman 1 ,p\lJb children. French dolls It Is utilized for many other
l,1 have been the standardIJ products besides toys, because it has of fruit Owner of this
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW ,/ during at least' two gen I qualities fit It for a wide rangeof i per year. prop-
'--I I' U prnlloh., and Nuremberg : USPH It U one of the softest of
hi i 1 want ynu to rpttirttibrr
Phone 617 Germany Is famed throughout the so-railed hardwoods] It lacks taste AtM nil ttirpp RII full RII iml nn erty is a non-resident, and it positively -
the world an a toy center and odor, Is very easily worked, does Cage I hnt.'en't twrtlrrv naughty/
looms 13 and 14 Yowell-Duck It must not be BurpoBtnl. however : not warp or check badly, la tough and Ant )'"u'*.. teen _ui'h n nl,'P kind' men
111 likp A live\ loll, If tnu pieq.e .Mr ] must be sold not later than January
that little girls will have to !go without I takes paint very well It la one of flint tan talk en.t 'till tin "mR ItI In I\."
worth Building dons tills year. Hcvrral!> l manufacturers I the woods. preferred for boxes to con. Not nno thAI In full ..f aid' im*.<1uM.An ,
In the United states are I lain food profit ets likely tit bo turntnrnlimtpd nil nit ether dulls 1 are. 1st. Come to our office Monday.We
turning out dolls I by, the Ihounntxl I by t the tnMfsortidnra wlilthttilelit r t rr4 .
Phone 72 ami they ere tif. the. very heist tyi1"Une bp derived from oilier wood t''t ti
large factory In l'hlll\'h1hll\'' | U I'Vr I the \Mm rrnmtiifi It find rnntldwnMn . will show you the property and
making, under ni'tnlnl, 'I irtu't typo' o.( |1IIIIt'lii| lrut'lllilH dull fruin bass kitchen wiittdenwftrti It U In soon
?aul V. Hutchins
Will III, which U a llelit end easily demand OH a nmlprltl fur houne fllllllh l Short But UMfut. take your offers. ,
*urkpt 1'| material and' In not likely 1 In and' A greet deal \\\ It eneii into the ... Them f'lirlntnmn' tree does not live
ittorney( unit Counsellor nt haw I.1. ,Mil, ur break, Those who Imre mndn I Cecil .p'''th of furniture end l muH<(,.1 l lln"rtiniHila long hut ''II' short life U n useful null
a study. iif this tnanurniiurp, l IK l imthPilUHt \. ( litlipf Impoflnht UBPB ore bplulltlll nun _Y rYrM
milt I HIM lit 1111, lif the HIMH| ualiift fur lluiiki, |Utue| frauiPB and\ n I I
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tovU. & McNeil thug I #*** ** ***********|
relalnrIn ,
IndUHlrlpfi of I the state of IVniiiijIVaiiln
OUIiANim) t ri IA lirnihl that tlidla uf the triiflI'Jr r"tlliptalIlIltiulil.| In |mlll('ulah!' Molly Scratches
hlRlttt t' lifts nltd other lnillftf me- I It |IR P t h P ".Ili'( li r*=iti'it! I t. I i toed'. I' Cooper&Athai; :
IIIfli'' htllltm\ Scat "IRi'' fill' Ahlptlrrtht liPrrttlsH\ U 14 it ffllHjf fripldla t\fllpf\ J*> /MrtV' i' f&MfiM
titilt blRliili tif ilinhUfaUUfe!: 'thus, fray turn ,tlpfpfis, gild i is! uauAlllfe I
>r. F. F Thompson = .
I IR l Ig k a gift ia tbe eit!; RI if.
Dentist i" All that RlilUfs if Bet liamesjsMUUMe : lIt S. Oi'onfjo Ave.
makes the heart giew t
tel\4H. 1 1
Hrmerly of f New York 'lie gift 4frrt4 mated tN lila"
r ; slFkfieldt i See Henry Bartlett, State Agent i iS

115 SOUTH\ OHANfiR lit tiaE t4 Cl4Y' 14 the t est '

Over Curtis & O'Neal's s a v i c: i It W policy A Wise, mercbaat wbo knows bit '

r arM'w <' F3't back own for good Mctaote a when they are brought S Sallhlal'ySloveToliIor S l) I l' G R lla !

9 \ To give hideous gifts is human, to
i forgive impossible.

., 1a Gifts them make the fellow the man, the want of SANITARY: SAVES GAS, LABOR AND COOKING UTENSilS j

t >r, On. Christmas bargain makes the Only One Burner Lighted;-Three Articles Cooking. 1
whole of womankind spin. TilE '
ChrUtmaa bills are stubborn things '
OR. L. H. RAMSDEU Santa painted.Claus is not as red as ho U TOP 1

OPTOMETRIST BUT gifts in bait and repent at Reduces your Gas Bill. 1
.ORLANDO, . FLORIDA wUure.Uo Makes your Cooking Utensils wear longer. 1
R FIT GLASSES. GRIND LEND '**7 U.. time head that'tryin to Increases the Cooking Capacity of your Range. ;;
AND DO ALL KINDS OF k e make twenty dolUr buy forty Prevents the Range from becoming unsanitary. ,;
nrAI RRPAiRFNA 7 gifts. With One Burner several Articles can be cooked. 1
And thereby hang a stocking.
Prevents the tipping of your Cooking Utensils, 1
Every tret mut stud
I Painting the ,utur... I It. own bottom. oa Enables you to heat several Flat Irons and cook with only one j

tho new trade slogan "Made In the salable. In selling tbii tree from a Gifts art widen what they item, Burner. J
SURVEYINGMuting U. R, A.." will have a direct bearingIn woodlot, the department of agriculture With one Burner turned low, will keep a'meal hot until served
shifting the renter of doll manufacture advises that It should be held for spe
and Sub.llvldlngPROlII'T from Kurope to America. cial prices and not sold in a lump with i iotbton rs r"1 f Greater Results Economical Sanitary .;
Tho following toys are now made t '
Indispensable' to every Owner or User of n Has Stove. j
In this country from American woods: basswood has several! advantages(
Toy animate, blocks, cannon and forts, a standing tree In the woodlot. In LUXURY AND ECONOMY COMBINED 9
WORK children's (chair circus seta dolls, doll the first place, its blossoms' furnish a The Saving In your Gay BilU I N a Monthly Dividend[ on your J
furniture games Christmas tree hold considerable source of honey which Is The Christmas Card. Original Investment. i
HAL A. IRISHCivil en, swing Jumpers, children's pianos, always In good demand, and when the About a hundred years ago the first j:
pastry sets babies' play yards, toy tree Is cut It readily regenerates Itself Christmas cards were used. These DEMONSTRATED AV
Engineer shooting galleries, hobby horses, popguns from sprouts, the best of which should were printed In London and consisted
toy wagons, toy autos and wheel I be favored In reproducing the stand. of a visiting card with the words, ORLANDO WATfR & LIGHT COMPANY '
17 Watklrm Rldg., Orlando, Fla barrows. Dasswood Is the principal TI r "A Merry Christmas, printed on it. 1
material for wooden toys and for Later the cards were made with a lit.
wooden parts of metal toys The bass tie scenery on them and a picture ot
wood doll. In particular Is unique and the robin. This bird was used be ,
Ingenious. All parts of It are made cause he is called the English Christmas /
F. A. PEPPERCORN of wood and are artistically carved Our Christmas Customs. bird, and also "The Savior's Bird"
and enameled in color. It Is difficultto Most of the Christmas customs In on account of the old legend regard. .
WILDER and CONTRACTOR tell that it Is made of wood when It America have been transplanted from Ing Its red breasts From this timeon 1
Is finished. The various parts of the Europe: Our Christmas tree comet the cards became more numerous SAXON SIX $785.00F. 1
Phone 37 and of more varied kinds.
body are joined with steel bands which from Germany our Santa Claus from
not only give great flexibility and freedom Holland the Christmas stocking from
of movement but together with Belgium or France, while "MerryChrllltm8ll" O. B. DETROITWe
the wood make the doll practically In
the old ,
was English greet A little knowledge Is a danger*
Percival Hutton destructible.Next ing shouted from window to street oa ous thing, especially!! on Christmas { l
to basswood sugar maple
Christmas morning. eve, when a kid discovers this
7 r Liberty St, New York N.} beech principal birch woods and used white for pine toys are, the although r father acting the part oft ] have been appointed distributor! for central .

elm, oak rheatnut ash yellow Santa Claus t Florida for this wonderful car We will have in two carloads ;
AHCHITECT I poplar and others enter Into toy u r+ srpnrn agnnnnrtSt3t tyC before January 1st, and want everybody! in Orlandoto j
IcNelil-Davis Building Orlando manufacture." 1'enntylvanta, which - -- - ride in it. The only cheap thing about tho Saxon Is.
ufandu first among the mates In toy The Optlmlitle Net. the price, ;: with kin axles and I bearings
Florida ntanurafture' aliwe \llIttlllhll equivalentof It l 1M a time for Joy and .IAl1nuIJ SpirellaCorsets throughout electric I starter and lights. genuine l leather

Member I"'. A. A. nearly a.fiOO.OOO( board feet of Urn- and pooh! cheer, for this old world upholstery nnd nil refinements of n $2,000,00 automobile,
tier total value ofID9OOd
for with
each toys, The H total amount with all It* ''fault, !II en its way toward > l.et114 give you ft demonstration. CArlond of the famous 1
of wood used year annually In the United t,* the kingdom of heaven\ and the Reo Six's to arrive this week. You are Invited to ride ,
states for toy manufacture u nearly omnipotence of love assures Its get (Not sold in stores) in them nlao. For high class long life and hard work '

S.S.JonesChiropractor SD.OOO.nuu feet and the principal.., toy (be tine the there best of Home Christmas time every. day place will Wear a Corset made to fit you. Reo And Saxon l
manufacturing states after |'enniyl< demonstration.
Ask for A i
Us altar of observance, and soul
vanla are. In orderlsrnnitn, Maine, ,
Send postcard to
be transformed Into the Christ of bisenvironment.
Michigan, New York, Ohio Vermont
1. Massachusetts and New: Hampshire .-Unlversallit Leader.jJJV. Mrs. Van BuskirkCorsetiere
basswood Is the favorite for such t PALMS AUTO CO. :
toys as toy animals, boat.dolls, circus
raduate of Davenport la., Col. sets and children's pianos blocks and 30S Magnolia A>e. Orlando
gee dolls' furniture and toy vehicles are Distributors for ;
generally made of white pine Stick TURKEYS TURKEYS FAT HENS Reo and Saxon Automobiles. 1
[Specialist on Nervous and horses, with a horse's head and a >t Country cured hams and sausage
Chronic Diseases.4th stick to ride upon a more pretentious Remember the days when you new Georgia cane: syrup honey; in N. Orange Ave. Phone 400I'
variation of the old.tashioned broom were little, and plan your > fact most everything good to eat. I
t horse are likely to be made of white Christmas accordingly am the man that sets the price. No
hold-up here. Fair and square
Floor, Y. D. Building pine, although the stick head may be fl ft fl ft fl Q trtr deal to every game one. Georgia and Florida .
Store 217 Boone street. J. T.
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J* 1 i Specials for Satur- At The ChurchesATTENTION APOPKA ITEMS I THAT SANTA CLAUS WiSDOW. '

| day and Monday Apopka, Fla.-The frame work of The special Santa Claus window at FORAGE GROCERY COMP AN
J MEMIIKItS OP THE the Leiblng building U now up and Dickoon-lve) U well worth inspecting
t fllltlHTIAN CltUItCit the brick front I 18 now one story hlnh. It wa arranged by a mauler hand.
f \ llwt' Patent Flour'21: lb"..,....$ .00 I.. W Buckley will preach at the The brick used U n special I concrete WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
t.. Rood need Hire, per Ib. ....... oft ChrPltlan and Missionary, Allianceroom brick made by W. L. 1'annell. the COKS i : 10 1IAIITOW ON IIlf/ ISI':$$
Pork and Mean. :3 cans for.... .2:; ott Went Pine turret, at 11 A, tn.unJI4) Apopka expert concrete man. These Telephone G38. 21 W. Church St.
t 0 pkK, Wanhlntr powder. ...... ..25j : '. A cordial invitation U extended brick like all work dane by him, are J. P. Holbrook motored to Hnrtow
fl Cana Sardines uuuuu.... .::5 to thU service. pronounced to be first CAM! and were yesterday where he arranged detail ,
i 0 like. Matrhe unun...... .25 .given a perfect pink color, making a for a Haynea agency. Saturday and Monday Special:
t Georgia Table Peaches, |x r can .10 l1\IT.tlllA' niUKCH very artUtie wall when placed in po.
f Pure Ground Cotfee, per Ib. .... .18 Corner Central avenue and West sition.
3 Cans Teas .,______________.. .25 street StanleyfeCurdy passed peacefullyaway Mr. and Mra J. L. Overstreet, of
t 3 Cans Soup _____-,_.-,-..,.. .5 Rev. Eleanor E. Gordon, minister. at the home of his parents Friday KUsimmee, were among the welcome Grocery DeparmenJ
Scratch Feed-Meal-Grits. 10 Iba. .25 The members of the night after months of auf visitors to Orlando yesterday. Mr.
\ Apples, per peck __________,-__ .50 requested to come early congregationare and join fering from that many fatal disease knownas I;Overstreet is the efficient clerk of the Sugar per lb. . . . . . . . .$ .07. Sugar 100 Ibs. for . . . . .. 6.
Pastry Flour, 24-lb. sack .. . .. . . . .
i Irish Potatoes, peck ... .35 circuit court of Osceola Flour |j barrel, for 3
per ---- and "
with the children in their Christmas the white plague, or consumption.The county
3 cans Tomatoes . . . . . . . 25
Irish . .
, Pure __ Potatoes .
Apple Vinegar, per qt. -- .10 he and his estimable wife have host per sack 3.
: bervice; subject of Christmas ser- family came here almost two a 3 cans Corn . . " . . .25
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Honest Weights and Measures mon at 11:15, "Jesus as an Ideal." years ago from Ruskin, and from the of friends in this city who are always Sweet I bu 90 Tomatoes doz rana "
.. I glad to see them.A Ivory Soap, 6Jbars for : ::: ::: : .25; Cream, Tall, I doz. cans . .
There will be time he arrived here he has
{ --- no meeting of the never Lenox Soap, 3 bars for .. . . .10 Dried Prunes 25-lb.; box . , .
, ff Round Table until January 2.CHRISTIAN been able to do a day's work and Oatmeal, 3 pkgs. . . ... ..... .25 Dried Peaches 25-lb; box . . .
f Cash Grocery Co. -0I gradually wasted away until relievedby party including Dr. and Mrs.F. Toasted Corn Flakes, 3 for .. .25; 7'/i Cotton-set d-meaI. per sack L,<.!
Pure Cane Syrup, 1 gaL .. . .55 ;5 .
SCIENCE the angel of death. The remainswere R. and per cent Cotton-seed-meal, !k. 1.
648 7 E. Church St. Henley and Mrs. W. E. Broken Rice 6 Ibs. for .. .: . .25 Shorts, 100-lb sack . . . . . l.s
1. { Telephone I Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. laid to rest in the Apopka cem- Blodgett, who are making a tour of Best Head Rice, 4 lbs . Feed per sack . . . 2.
Services at 11 a. m.; subject "Is etery Saturday afternoon after a Florida, arrived in their automobile Early June Peas, per can .Purina I Chick Feed, per sack .
ii i the Universe, Including Man. Evolvedby short service at the grave by Rev. I Thursday and stopped over in Orlando Pure Coffee, in bulk, lb. . . . . 15 Bran, per sack . . . . ". 1
t Oakland j) Atomic Force?" George D. Reeves, pastor of the Bliss Coffee, per Ib. . . . .. . .25 Beet-Pulp, per sack . . . 1?
Six, $875 F. O. B. Orlando. for a day, making their headquarters -
Rosedale Peaches, 2 cans . . . .25 Water-ground meal], per sack 1
1 Wednesday evening service at 7:45. I Methodist church. The sympathy of at the San Juan hotel. They ]left Best Teas per lb. can . . . . .55; Best Oats per sack . . . . 2.
Third floor, corner South Orange the community goes out to the be- yesterday for points in the southern Sliced Table Peaches, 3 cans . .25 Laro Milk-producer, Feed. . . .
. i i avenue and Church street. Entranceon I reaved family in their sore distress.A part of the state. Sugar, 25 lbs. for . .... .. .. .$1.70 Wheat, per sack . . . . . . .
t Church street.
l f ft -0CnRlSTADELPHIAX- COLORFUL PARADE Meat DepartmentWestern
t I round steak, per lb.. ,$ .25' Pure Creamery Butter, per ]b.. .
10:30 a. m., at McNeil & Davis Like a. streak of purple' gold and 70 acres virgin pine land, just off Western Sirloin or Porterhouse Tripe. 2 Ibs for . . . . .
: I "Oakland cars are sold everywhere.' building, corner Orange avenue and white, over one hundred automobiles brick road and fronting for half a .Steak, per lb. . . . . . . . .30 Breakfast Bacon, sliced, per box
, Church street. Subject, "The Anti- decorated in these colors, with rib- mile on the southeast side of a beau- Western Pork Chops per Ib. . .20 I Sweet mixed Pickles, per lb. .
t christ." tiful lake, not far from Orlando. $75 Veal and Cutlets per Ib. . . . .25; i 1 Sour Kraut, bulk, per ]b.. . . .
1 t bons, flags and balloons, sped dpwn, land at $30 per acre for an immediate Leg of Lamb, per lb. . . . . . .20!I Large! Smoked Herring each . .
t j \V. T. ENTRICAN Fifth avenue, New York city, last buyer. Address Box 546 NOW. Fla. I'ork Hams, hole, per Ib.. .I:? I 1 Brick Cod Fish. 2 Ibs. for . .
PRESIDING ELDER'S REPORT week. There were big cars, little II 12-J8-6tc Fla. Roast Pork per Ib. . . . . ..ta11 I kinds of Cheese on hand.
; :: LICENSED CONTRACTORfor cars, old cars and shining Fla. Round-Steak, per Ib. . .. .17 Ham, . . . . . . . . .19 to
new ones
Advetrtise in the SentineLFOR Fla. Sirloin or Porterhouse .. .17
t Smith Hardin, presiding elder of all filled with woman suffragists. Fla. Roast, per Ib. 10 to. . . . 15 \\E WILL TREAT YOU WIT
t PAINTING, DECORATING ETC. the Orlando district, reported a year They were carrying the mammoth petition Pure Creamery Butter, per lb. . .3;) PLEASURE IN OUR STORE.
t J of advancement in his district. Revivals signed by a million names representing -
It Phone 217.
0; in many parts of-the district; every state in the Union SALE !
t --- - finances are over 90 per cent., and and the demand of "votes for women."
; Phone 5 for four new churches are being built It[ was a brilliant procession and the Phone 638
t Over 900 additions to the church; "cops" held up traffic to give the suffrage -
! FISH AND OYSTERS Southern College special paid in full cars the right of way. The Two lots fronting
and some in excess.-Tampa Tribune. wife of New York's governor, Mrs.
t Fresh Every Day Whitman, assisted in receiving the on Colonial Drive

East and Park
f k I 39 West Church Street Tallahassee.-The Tampa Citizen MOTHERS OF BABIES PLEASEHoward's THE ALTAMONTEALTAMONTE
J Company, at Tampa. The general Lake. Bearing or-
1913; FORD RUNABOUT nature of business shall be to own Studio, oh the Avenue, SPRINGS FLORIDA
It I --- and print a newspaper. Capital stock wishes to thank you very kindly for ange trees, large NOW OPEN

' \ Original cost, f.o.b. Orlando490.00 $2,600. Charles Leidy, president; T. responding so generously] to the call Be sure and take the delightful 10 mile auto ride from Orlando,
' 8 North East starting and lighting II. Atkinson, vice-president; Charles for babies for the fair exhibit. You live oaks. Cornerlot and see the "Beauty spot of all Florida. Delightful hotel with
t I system ______.________ 100.00 Leidy, secretarytreasurer.Mr. have done fine. You have loaded the every modern improvement 500 feet of broad piazzas, overlooking
i | Shock absorbers -___________ 15.00 ( Leidy is well known to Orlando studio up so that it will take until $800. Inside lot two lovely lakes, and over 40 acres in beautiful parks. Golf, Tennis
f ( Seat covers ______n________ 12.50 the week after Christmas to Roque, Bowling on the green, Billiard and P04tI Hall Bowling Alleys,
I r. Pointed radiator _________.__ 23.00 people.) get Phone 567 Boats, Orange: Grove, all free to our guests. Finest fishing and
Thief proof lock 3.50 ready for more. Please do not bring $700. shooting. The Altamonte is noted for its magnificent location, delightful -
i --- NOTICE your babies for the fair until the patronage and social life, (Good orchestra), Exfellence of
\ I Total cost -n_____________$644.00 Sittings made up to December 3 Wednesday after Christmas. end thenwe or inquire 108 Hill. cuisine and service, and purest water in the south. '
[. Driven only six months. What will will be finished at the Evans Studio, will be glad\ to run the free prop- GEO. E. BATES & SON, Owner and Proprieters.
,: you give me in cash? Address"Henry | No. 102 North Main. Phone 125. osition for a short time longer. Due crest Avenue.
! I Ford" care Sentinel office. 12-7-tfe l-12-18-3tc notice will be given.

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I t!I Eeveryone elligaable to finnd the HIDDEN CHECK and Receipt for 20 per cent payment on Colonial Hill Lot ,

Christmas Is close and this offer of ten dollarss and a receipt would make good presents. Anyone in Orlando or Orange county is elligable. Additional prizes will be given to thoseI

I who participate and do not win the first prize. All contestants will be rewarded. In case of a tie, both parties will be given ten dollars and receipt. One of Orlando's prominent merchants .

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t- Head through this advertisement carefully and t you will find added or superfluous
f I letters Arrange them to form ft sentence. These l letters when arranged will The contest will end at no/m Thursday, December 23rd All answers must be

,.... form a sentence telling you who hail the check and receipt. Make two copies of your In by that date.

t I answer:;bring one to the merchant and the othher bring or mall to CARL DANN. Be The merchant who has the check will also give a prize to the winner worth

&. sure and make a notation on each of the exact day and time that you turned in your $5.00. J

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1 I If there is anything that you do not understand jjust call 267 and ask for
: 1 EXAl\IPLE-John Smithh Has Tthe Cheeck. Added letters in Smith, The and !
CARL DANN and he will answer any question within reason.
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Some one who reads this Advertisement will be Interested in one of the following Good Buys


I have overr three hundred nice well appointed city

10-room apartment house located on the East Side of resident lots scattered throughout Orlando that are all good In the heart of the pines, loccated on beautiful lakke
; with an exceptional view of surrounding country and lake.
the city, wwithin two blocks from the heeart of the city. values and excellent sites for hhomes. Tthhese lots aree
i High and rolling and plennty 1 of shaade. This is a snapp
t All modern conveniences. The price now is 8500. Gladpriced from $200 to $600. Caan make good termss.: at $1,500. Goodd terms.

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I haave 23 acrres'of best
t Suitable accreage within two milees of city on good If you want a good substantial five-room bungalow tb-dhe locaIttedboprodPerty around
I Orllando for a cityy
: t hard roads. Can be used for eiither trucking or citrus. on the eeast sidde of city, convenient with all moderrn conlimits and front on two good hard roads. All

f Several tracts of tthis land is available at from $60 to $125 venieences and improvements see this place by all means. iences now on property. Electricity, water, gas. $ gen

. I an acre. $2,200. Terms. acre. Terms can be made.
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<( >< Toyed! Ne\.l\l Toys!

I ) t Bought this season. Our Toy stock is new, fresh, and clean
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DOLLS The Collection
t greatlest -

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; Toys
f Owing to the fact that our toys and dolls were late in
;, Big dolls, little dolls blond dolls brunette dolls, or cute arriving we have decided to give a special discount beginTo.s that charm baby, tickle the children please dad and
Sittle dolls. Thousands of them, each of them wanting a ning Monday morning as we must not carry any of them mother and amuse granddaddy and grandmother. You
;some. over so to all purchasers of dolls, toys, or games we will never saw so many toys.
i :': give a discount of

20 per cent 1-5 off the regular price .

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Shoes and Slippers for Xmas

1 A beautiful line of fancy slippers for men, women and Gifts For Men
t :children; all kinds and sizes. Avery dainty Christmas Xmas Millinery
L present that any one will like. Our men's department is complete. The counters and,
Remember, we are still selling our shoes, pumps, and cases are loaded with beautiful and useful gifts for men.
Not copies of small makers adaptations taken from
.1 Oxfords at remarkable low price. A chance you can not. Men's suits, overcoats, fancy vests, shirts, bath robes,
afford to miss, and what makes a more useful Christmas foreign models and Fifth avenue designers. Hats that are
smoking jackets, hose, handkerchiefs, and neckwear
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present? chic and out of the ordinary. Come in and look them overand ;
fact, every new and up to date article that a man can wish
see what wonderful 1 bargains I you can get.
for. The prices are right. Come in and look them over.

+ Cheerful Places Make Happy Unusual Values ---'

I Faces What You Want in
I You ran not do better than buy your suit or drew", here./

Always acceptable always useful. Have no fear of of- The !selection" l N exceptional. There lire broadcloths, serges HandkerchiefsThe

' the pride. of the relative or friend to whom joule mixture, poplin. KH bard I net*, worsted,, some fur trimmed;
furniture. Surh a .gift 1 1M doubly welcome lie sure In fact every late novelty I N included The JIll Store will Rave >ou time and money In your
you come here Just t to Nee our beautiful dl playA search for handkerchiefs nt lowest In the city prices.HPKCtAfi .
Never before hate we hud 1 t the pleasure 1 of showing such
'llttNIWtin AND (ONK) TIllNtW TO MAKE KlUDIKH n Charming/ aa'Mirtntenti! and the price are wonderfully
I our J jewelry I department we have .
I IIAI'l'1't, 'amp I in and II let t in! slim t .toil* concentrated tin etepttonally \
beautiful nnd complete collection of Jewelry ttt
lulHt" uf lithium's", il* K doll bed*, dull rarrlaKes. \'ftnd.l department More price,
pet' !;ii triftle!I< lrt"h Hlitih, it ml lilt, /suCh it drift* of wan
derful thing/ fur the children' that tongue ditt nut dtlllullJli!

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Seminole UOI county) EXHIBIT will have an e*.

Winter Park News hlblt at the Five County Fair In Ortahdn .

and we should have a good one DODGE)
Let every cltlteh of the couhty tfttIhtd
the a If ft If. with the idea bf makIht No Leaking& In
It the Lied. t, the tomhtltlee cflh *A Your Pocket t.
hot id It all flliil, the hearty tttbpehitidH ileeauie No
Dally Budget t 01 Items Concerning of the fafhiefs! is ht'tidtitJ.rl: eh: Alp Around the

The Town And Rollins COllege fuftl Ilefald: Point How About

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(OHANflHWm) ( \ ;. IN AI'OI'KA() ffii\b "Ii"fH\ tee 'then

Kill:I.INN 'III CIOtiH() WEDNESDAY; ) ) N'MTtll W I H08H( ) MAKKS AN.HTIIKH I DF It tH Thrtlips' of Orlando, the talking rnttiRHHfr"'fl: One of

il rOil() )IIUMDAlflWednesday ) () ; tfOlIH; ) largest! individual orange huy@r in t the I"'itllt paper-' )uu"PI'fII\lfh.: ashen)1-:11)sir,to

at mum s nqtlin) Pell@g@ = !state, was in Apopka itYrJY transacting tit@ fP\lf pen \lp,,
will) | close| fop the) hriiitmihQIi4ifii, Waiter W. Rosa and hid sales fc ree business with t the C n QmerS' j No.. |h. t ma little sir-
Affording tq the catatlogue' schedule disposed pf lii teen |lots: t last week Lumber and Veneer company, who OfUYfRfO[ fu\4f\ reservoirs in(the feet) These f or a
Thursday would to tha closing day, Mr, Rose advertised in the Sentinel are extensive manufacturers of crate -,nJI ale4 by the rrow-

I but after receiving a petition from that he would sell fifteen lots but material.-Apopka News, These*hold deep ink in little readiness reservoir
the students it was decided 1 by the he overreached this number by one, for writing-take up the
faculty to advance the date: to establishing the fact that he is a CIRCUIT COURT ADJOURNED ink and hold it w hen Jour ChristmasGift '
Wednesday noon. This action will hustler in small sales as well as large pen leaves the paper.

make it necessary for the regular ones. Circuit court adjourned Let us demonstrate the ,
It will be remembered that Mr. great advantage of our
f be used school
to as a
Monday holiday for the fall term and Judge F. A. patented feed and safety
t day, but by doing this the students Rose sold twenty-six lots within thir- Whitney who has been acting in screw cap. Say good-bye ?
f will be enabled to get away in time ty-six hours in the winter of 1913 for place of Judge Perkins left to "finger smearing"
to reach home before Christmas. Dr. C. D. Christ, this being one of' yester- pens. Get an Edison. t
afternoon for his home in Arca-
[. the best records ever made in Orange day Made i in aU..yle.from
dia. $1.50 to $20.00.
WINTER PARK NOTES county at a private sale.
t Mr. Rose also holds a record in One of our guarantee .
Have located Mrs. Tuttle's Gift policies given with every
sales, made last winter you
large having
I Mrs. F. II. Detling and daughter. pen purchased.
Shop this season! If not, be sure
f Miss have arrived in Winter some of the largest sales in improved
Mary do. I-12-8-tfc WEEK ENDING DEC. 18, 1915 Edison Pen Co.
Park and will spend the season here. properties since the freeze. you lMCOro>ATXD
r Mr. Detling, who arrived from the Mr. Rose has built up a very successful Petersburg Va.
i North some weeks ago is a brother real estate business and has a W. K. SHUTE, Orlando.J. USED EVERYWHERE
; of Mrs. W. L. Barze. large number of clients in the Middle SOLD BY
West and Eastern States who buy ex-

Percy Dale's illuminated Christmastree clusively through his advice. GRANDTOMORROW C. BEVILLE, Orlando.D. LUCERNE PHARMACYWe

in front of his store on East
i Park attracted considerable WINDERMERE HOTEL TO OPEN Checks
I avenue MONDAY C. JOHNSON, Eau Gallie. Saving
attention last night.
t When in Kissimmee Visit the Palace Drug Store
t AT WINTER PARK CHURCHES The Windermere hotel') will open R. P. WALTERS, DeLand.C. .
f for the season Monday. This popular
t First Baptist Church hotel has been thoroughly renovated

j t C. T. Douglass, pastor. during the summer and is better ableto II. SAMS, New Smyrna.J. 11111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111UNCLE
' care of its large patronage than
The brick church nearest the col-
Thomas A. Edison PresentsA
\, ever. The Windermere enjoyed one
lege campus.
J Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. of the best seasons in its history last W. ROBINSON, Lady Lake. SAM SAYS s
Fascinating Photoplay Ro
: Preaching service at 11 a. m. year and the management reports
f Young People's meeting, 6:15 p. m. I.that the outlook for the coming year
f Evening preaching service at 7 is even better than that of last year. manceTHE ALBERT BRAG DEN, Leesburg

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The subject of the sermon in the PATRONIZE SENTINEL ADVERTISERS MAGIC SKIN,'" COUNT DeWOLSKI, Ml. Dora. That you will make no mistake the purchase of

will be in Christ
f morning
and Confessing of Christ. The subject Featuring
:r in the evening will be "A Young Patronize Sentinel advertisers if MADE IN BOND CIGARSfor
Man's Dream." This Is the sermon you want to be sure of a square deal. Everett Butterfield and
; announced for last Sunday nit, but and get the most for your money.
: not used. Come early in the evening Look over the offerings which they .
Mabel Trunnelle.
and join In the opening praise service. advertise in this issue and then visit your Christmas gifts to men, as he knows what they

A cordial Invitation to all. their establishments. The man who are and guarantees that they arc 0. K. f

I. On Thursday evening the Sunday advertises I Is the progressive man the Place your orders now with the only Exclusive Cigar
school will have Its Christmas ex rcUei man whose goods you may purchase Store in Orlando.
which will consist of songs and without fear of cheap stutt and un. lOc. 15c. 1

I recitations by the boys and girls anda fair deals.FUNERAL.

visit from Santa-- -Claus.Conirriatlonal Church. SERVICES CAtlTKIt: FOU MRS. Every Dodge car wells! at full GOOD AND BAD CIGAR STORE !

Sunday school 0145 a. hi.Preaching The funeral services for the late list price, freight lidded No de
$ 122 S. Ave next to T. II Cv
Orange niNew
11 a. tn. Mrs. Albert T< Carter were held yes! ,
Subject of rnorhlntf sermon "The erdity hfterhoon at 2i,10: : o'clock! at
Ambition) of .ft ChtlfllU h!' the home of hef mother, Mfs. MftfgA- vltttltm whatever.Economy t .

Y, I I'. B. d, H; 7 p, M. "U W the Pet DeLttliey, utt South Main street, THf LUCERNE
1'rophwy of the Angels' ChflslrrttH! he )Hev, 1 Kdw, '1'ouUoH) pastor! of I./N.+MI,sk.NNNN... .. .. .. .&.'.... ....
Eton* May Come True" Leader I he liaptUt) ), )!' thuftti, bifieiatiflg i in*
MrtUJ f KflldW\ erment t ""u in ()fP ftW6011: the

gultjeet f1f evening sermon: \ "Christ, floral l eiTering! were Y filltilftllltlHI! : eaa Overland at $800
the Mighty Healer( iful 1.

Trayer meeting Wednesday! night/ TOMORROWA
0,, B : Oversize Tire, Sheik Absorbers! and Extra Tire
t Enlew pastor do t9 I' hale> & CWs for Christmas *

-=it=- postals, cards, booklets, and

Meihndiat Church fancy basket, 13'lMfe Buick 40 at $400New
W I.. flare; pastor, A .Pftrt Kalem Feature
Sunday /school, 10 A, m, FOR CHRISTMAS

Preaching, 11 a, m, and 7 p, m, TRY SOME OF THAT RICH FRUIT "THE MASKED DANCER" in gas, oil and tires. Tires and New Paint
Subject for the day, "The Surrendered CAKEF.
Epworth League devotional meet. O. STONE BAKING CO. A yitagraph Comedy, Complete line of parts carried

evening, 7 o'clock. Sold in Winter Park byF.
on Wednesday Winter Park Auto Co. ii
Subject "Christmas Song of World W. SHEPHERD "THE QUARREL.
Peace." Ruth Bane, leader. in stock. No waiting, no delay,

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-0- no telegram, no express charges.
All Saints Church Dr. C. W. Fain

10 a. m. Holy Communion.
11 a. m. Morning Prayer and Lit. DENTIST 5c "Same Little Prices" lOc This means a whole lot to car
with Office Hours 8 to 1%, 2 to 5.
any sermon. .
All seats free. Every one welcome. WINTER PARK, FLA.


FOR SALE:-At small home and URC1tARY
buckboard' ; cheap For rent, three I'ROftr.RTY DAMAflK WORKMAN'8 COMI'KNHATION
were jfoo,4 l garden ground! ronven''
lent to town, hall :'JH'J,):. K:, |U loMnnnI'M" .
avenue. : ti.:IIIKOIl

& HUNT: -Thriv unite of lluht .
htiisrkevIiltlg| room, with nil mod.PHI .
rohvpmphi'p., ,, dune In, hear Kola,: Georgia Casualty Company
Illtt"| A K'liinv' 'lai'c' In rt |ilrm n itnrlittilHiilnH.il. THERMOS
:'IU7 i'ine Mrwti l'lioin'
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CKO.: A. IIUTCIIINHON, ('cncral: Agent.

I AN''IUtoCIIC'lvlrllt: ) for nmnll ntnr mid! counterssuitable MHO !lee, Bottle or Carafe I. W. PHilLIPS Orlando, Florida

IMIX and I Cush. rrpMrr. Must be In I
r,M"I l shone and rlicnp for cnnh.. (:let Room 4 and 6 Watklns mock Phone 700
T. Hull V, 11 North Orange uvrnur. Large assortment
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!HKiuirK; : TIM,: COST (or i.ivisr( u __.
Buy UnirlUh: ten trt.c... Th* pas &
are wry much like the ones that growon
vine They are very prolific. ATMpELROY't
Also for sale, choice budded grapefruit .
and! orange tr,'*'*. Cull at 301: The Longwood Hotel
Kant: Pine trt-ft. Phone No. GO!. .
12.19.6tNl'f..I.I.* SONS
WATERMAN'S IDEAL FOUNTAIN Open under new management. Special attention
I IS\.I'Nnm: NT given to auto parties.

The Ideal Investment I I. one that I Rates $2.00 and up, American. Special rates by the
y..IMIl a guaranteed! net Inrom The :210 S. OUANGIAVE: week or month.
income Inventor and the .
consulting Cook &; Co. (Christ build' Located at Longwood, Fla., the town of opportunity.
jnic), will receive Information as to Phone 56. D. A. M1DGLEY
investments and materials which will Mgr
of value. Plans and estimates
furnished free. I-IMIMIC 1


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I I {@rlutron ntitty I Through CANDY the kindness SALE of Mr*. .ru. Bailey Clarke and Mrs Lib. F -GET IT AT ALLEN'S": cICOo

Oeacham the Suffrage League will bit Langtry, of Detroit, Mich., valued
conduct a sale of home made candles and popular winter residents of i
at the Grand theatre nett Tuesday Apopka, Were among the visitors in
hOCIAL CALENDAR I tI AN ENJOVAKLE EVENINGThe I afternoon and evening. Remember Orlando yesterday from West Or-

-Today I neighborhood gathering held the time and place and buy your ange. r
Mendelssohn Club repeats "The Holy Friday evening at the home of Mr. Christmas candy here. Orders will
City" Methodist church, 8:45 p. m. and Mrs. Isaac Van Dusen 906 East be taken by the chairman Miss Alta Mr. and Mrs. Woodward who have

Monday, December 20. Washington street was attended by Wright, or secretary, Mrs. Kollock.ST. spent several winters in Orlando,have
Rev. and Mrs. Roderick P. Cobb en-
tertain at the Rosalind Club for about thirty friends. The eveningwas returned from Bloomington, Ill., 11
Senior-Junior classes of the Cathe- passed with a full program Mrs. LUKE'S CATHEDRALThe where they have spent the summer,
dral school. Wamsley and :Mr. Everingham lead Very Rev. Henry R. Remsen, and are pleasantly located for the
Tuesday. December 21.Soros Rev. ing with a piano and voilin duet and I dean. season on South Main street.
Second address
Club. by
Mrs. L. J. Barr followed with read-
Eleanor E. Gordon in the series en a ; December 9th. Fourth Sunday in 1-
Democracy in American Letters. ing from a book of which she is the Advent. Mr. Alfred\ Curry and daughter,
Thursday, December 23. author. The Misses Juanita and Ada 7:30 a. m. Celebration of the Holy Elma, who have been living in Jack- -
Mrs. L. T. Hewitt entertains the Slauter piano solos and duets,
Bachelor Girls with a Christmas gave Communion. sonville and Orlando for the past
party.Afternoon. the next number being a trio with 9:45 a. m. Sunday school and cate- two years, will leave on the morning THE BEST GIFTS ON THE TREE wiu be articles of Jewelry
party at the Rosalind Club Miss Slauter and Mrs Wood at the chism. 1 train for Tampa. From there they from this establishment. We are proud of our stock. Choose

Miss Mary Friday Robinson December, chairman.21.S piano and Mrs. Van Dusen with the 11 a. m. Morning Prayer and ser will go to Key West for a visit with your gifts and let us lay them aside for you. _
Christmas party children of the Uni- bells for a sleighing party, which mon; topic, "The Christian Church as friends and relatives, returning after L
tarian Sunday school. made a number a trifle homesick. Mr. the Prayer Book Brings It Before Us; the holidays to make Orlando their
Saturday, December 25. and Mrs Van Dusen contributed vocal Its Powers and Their Efficiency. I future home. ALLEN & CO., JEWELERS.
Christmas dance in the given
and instrumental solos and duets.
7:45 Evening and
""by the Civic League.--0-- Mrs Finch and Master Joseph Ever- sermon.p."The m. Glories of Prayer the Chris- I Mr. A. J. Walker, superintendentof Ib cD

"THE HOLY CITY" REPEATEDThe hart recited. Mrs. Worthley was the tian Church as the Prayer Book f the Apopka and Winter Garden Ocl: .
Mendelssohn Club will repeat life of the evening with her humorous Brings Them Before Us; Its Inclu- j Telephone company accompanied by
recitations, and the old time jigs siveness." |his Miss .
the sacred cantata "The Holy City daughter Kate was among
tonight at the Methodist church for danced with Mr. Everingham always December 21st. Feast of St. Thom10 ,those from West Orange visiting the PREPARING FOR
the benefit of those unable to secure please. A musical story, "The Deathof a. m. Celebration of the Holyas county metropolis yesterday. Mr. CHRISTMAS NOW
seats at the concert Thursday night Snow White" arranged from the Apostle. 10 a. m. Celebration of Walker reports things in general in I II
As the classics and operas and played by the Holy Communion and address. "his section as being good and I 't J A little touch of paint here and there
many on program are members very a r will put the house in shape for the
Mrs. Wood with Mrs. Van Dusen December 24th. Christmas Eve. and contented. I r r
of the church' choirs of the city the people happy holiday season. Let us fill your
the program will not begin,. until 8t45 reading was enhanced in weirdnessand Midnight!; celebration of the Holy z wants in the paint line. We handle
o'clock, so all may attend services at tone by the low-turned lights and Communion. After hearing a great deal about only pure goods and can provide you
their own churches and bathe prlv the music! of the wind in the pine "It came upon the midnight clear, Orlando and Orange county, Mr. and I I t ahtee with every goes! with requirement everything Our we guar Bell.
liege of hearing "The Holy City" it treed! leading those! present In imagination That glorious song of old, Mrs' Clarence Ha klns and daughter,

t' ter" tdl. there will\ be seats for alt, to the hark forest where the 1 Quite! ati attractive number wilt tie story was! laid A general t singing! of Peace to the earth, good wilt tdI'HJW winter, and are charmed by the! nt j' Orlando 'alnlVall\ Paper C.
added Id the program aS Mr Forrest old time none! causes! these meetings!, men, IractiveneM! of thU! city, which they
Ilabney .t'nff .has. fottsetttetl' tt sing and the ttttlhe wilt take the form t l tteaveh'ri atl-KlttflntH! Klngl f say It far ahead. of what they eM| ecU!
flu wtmil,i in .uttlentn Millneig!t lay, Phone :361
his. .election being the! beautiful\ tium' of tt surprise! tatty(' ', the neighlioM+ It;tj) hear the ttiiH' sing;" ed. to find' in t Florida) They are! from COLBMAN A KUAN I
tier from "ft lll\tI< |,\ ," l.y. Ihn.le. "Hear Hint ffiend, will gather,! Itt Mr. Puwsell'e llecetttlier iiftlhi Chi IPintaa"" Day, Pittsburgh! I'ri.i "and' are located! on
Me, Ye Wln.U. Hn.l. WM ve"," A fiee' Mine' Nrittinlrty evening, JanuaryI I ItirIU j HI lid Morning 1'rwyer, late, celehrtttion t. NVe!it t Church for the winter&
will oifeiinif will 1 ha, t'''Ven.HANCH I, IU10, HtTiDQuVlotK.) of the Holy Communion amiwrmoni --
=r ate Preacher! lit llev Cameron IIIM'I1I11Pil'MM; ( lihl(111T(
|1.A1 night a l large party composed l ld The children of the Unity Chapel l Freight shipments from the North
of (the society dancing set went over Sunday! school l will celebrate with a. I'NESHYTKHJAN (CHUHd! anal the South! have been exceptional.

to Orlando! to attend' the fence givenat Christmas party on Friday afternoon Thomas II, McConnell, D, I U., pass I ly heavy for the past two weeks, due DIRECTORAND
the Country Club under the auspices between four and six o'clock Carols tor. to the Christmas trade A solid train
f of t the management, The dancing will be sung and! there will be two 0:45: a. m. Sabbath school and of fruit passed through Orlando yes EMBALMERAll
set or Sanford were invited and decorated trees one for the little Pible classV; R. O'Neal superintendent terday from points in the southern
people and another for the older of the state. The advance of the
for several weeks have been anticipating ; W. S. Branch, assistant. part
with much interest this event. ones. winter season naturally increases the
11 a. m. Service of worship with
Orlando is famous for its charming -0- sermon on "The Matchless Child." freight and this with the holiday calls answered Promptly Day
social functions and the Club Misses Dorothy and Ella Slemons, shipments is keeping the freight met
Country 7:30: p. m. The choir of the church
is noted for its delightful affairs. Minna Harris and Dorothy Johnson will give a sacred concert with 'a busy. or Night. Hand Block.
who have been attending the State
-Sanford Herald. I "Christmas Meditation" by the
--0-- ,'College for Women at Tallahassee, tor. pas CITY WILL INSTALL ELECTRIC: Orlando Florida.
returned home this morning on the I ,
Try our eight course turkey dinner, Special music appropriate to the LIGHTSThe I
Surm; ,y, 1 p. m. boa Orchestra. early train over the Atlantic CoastLine season will be rendered at each ser PHONE 639. RESIUENUPBONE 457
.Daytona Beach Hotel. 1-12-19-ltc to spend the holidays. vice. city will soon install several i

-0- electric lights on South DeLaney l

CIIIRSTIAN AND! MISSIONARY street. This street, which has recently - 1
.. ALLIANCE been completed connects with .MillillMMiHiilMMMMIMiiillMlliMMMIIiMiI 1t t

11 West Pine street every Sunday. the beautiful Conway road. The city ]
Sunday school at 2 o'clock and will also install electric lights on j
other streets leading to the county 1
preaching at 3 p. m. Memorial 1 com-
munion service first Sunday of the highways. Consequently the ap- I FRANK A. CURTIS; WILLIAM R. O'NEAL
month, following the sermon. Come proaches to Orlando at night will be j

and brnig your freinds. well illuminated.


t' rr S. H. Happersett a well known -
traveling man, while driving his Ford Mrs. Wylly' who resides on the
car on the Dunnellon road three Sanford road fell while coming down
miles from town last evening on his. the stairs yesterday and broke her
way in, was quite painfully injured i arm. The fracture is more serious on CURTIS & O'NEAL
when his machine turned turtle. Mr. account of her age but Dr. Robson
Happersett was painfully bruised and thinks she will be able to use her

scratched on a barbed wire fence, into arm in the next few months.Sanford i Insurance Loans Real Estate i ;
which he pitched headlong. Fortu Herald.

nately he fell clear of the car.-Ocala Rentals

new Rand GRESSINGThe residence at Osceola
street and East Central avenue is
progressing. Excavations have been
made for the basement and some of \

"Drawing pleted.
drama in two parts, featuring Vivian

COMPLETE LINE OF PARTS CARRIED IN Rich Majestic and Walter, "The Spencer.Root of All Evil." Sale of Christmas cakes, Cornish's pies and ,
Reliance. "The Chance home made ('Andlelt at Mrs.
STOCK-NO -NO WIRE EXPENSE-NO That Won." Deputy's Tea Room, Thursday from 11 to fl .

EXPRESSAGE: Four good reels of Mutual movies o'tlock, 12.IO.1t. -

IT IS NOT TilE FIRST COST, HUT TilE RUNNING . . . . . . . . . .i. MMI . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ., ..

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SIIOP E.UU.Y-Early[ in the morning Thus you will benefit not only yourself but also the loyal workers who are here to wait upon you You can make your own task of gift buy

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

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



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


Christmas Hosiery A well selected gift of some practical article of jewelry i is n sure way to please a man for Fancy Linens
Christmas. Jewelry that he can put to everyday use is the kind he likes best. Vast assortment
Very attractively boxed for gift giving. of tic pins, charms and lapel buttons, cuff buttons and links, dress sets, belt buckles, tic clasps, Hand embroidered Madeira work. In sets,
etc., at a big range of prices centerpieces, icarfi, etc., etc.
"Gordon" Silk Hose, $1.00 and $1.60 box HANDKERCHIEFS Lunch Setn, 13 pieces, from $5.00 to_..$14.60
"Gordon" Lisle Hone, 4 pain In box...$1.00 Centerpieces from $..2G to ............ 0.00 t
"Phoenix" Silk Hone, 2 pair In .ox..UO. : We have assembled for the Christmas season n stock of handkerchiefs that will never be Scarfs from $2.25 to ................ 7X0IIrnmtItched
1'hoenlx Children1 Hone, 4 |pairs In box $1.00 surpassed for its vastness, good values and tine qualities. We have omitted nothing that would Madeira work! .
Children' Lido Hone, 2 In box.. make n handkerchief display complete. An unusually fine array of linens, silks and silk and
pair COc."Kayser"
linen mixtures in plain effects initial, border nnd pattern designs. Also combination nets of hand Lunch napkin, each .................. at!e.
__ __ kerchiefs, hosiery nnd neckwear. Lunch squares, $1.00 to ..............$3.80
-- Hemstitched scarfs, 7Bc tit ............ 3.00
Silk Under NECKWEARNeckwear

for Christmas arouses n man's real t;>ttthu"lnAmVa have .selected this season! n
Vests {display of tieckwear that makes all previous slacks: look .small. Perhaps never before was such nlarge Fancy Handkerchiefsiioxed .
t well baifthced stock shown. Every' good fabric. every attractive coloft every navel pattern, r
Very specialt!t A cleaning Up bt this Make In eVery Hew shttt 1 Is i'etJtelehtetl bt felhfiljr. Utif ChflstmMi MiaofrtmthfcU
silk Vent* Iri while bpd rblorrt.' fttguUr i'rlcfe hibsl Uhl.lUb: IH ItS tdmhlelehtsg.ttlrb I t .
rahgfe frbhi $Uis) td |t.bu. BATH ROBESIf Irish Llh lt. tlbhUim; HnMPrieeg l Jhtbfbld.;; ,

hull AMHUtt\ fete! H mUl\ |-If. dull \fHlIllu| JHrikB! LtlH t FuI11fdF48h1A1i= >rli Y HHd \ftlH ltl hFau
At Half rrlc@ fti IpIt lsfilli I fbr' mi KIVB Him it WdHl; \ flF luUHKlHM Rbl) 1W WlHslHW8: UUr' UiHslfiJHSt lti3tiltl from 15
all (thy! \\m&\; \ wteels; HI mUlt 1 Fr1tA t! IlflH! : @@nlalo

-- MKINQ JACKETS 05 o@nt eaeh!

Comf@9I1pP@f OifPlIllimn.) {n s WAAh jFhPt c {1I1Fjmfl dilll wilt hip ft f@ tiF1m w'Ih f'' Jjjht, W fl1uh1( -- - -
r on t iu tlm I! l.fl1 ljllf} fllF f\\ 1 F (1iitIFlt! \ FFFI1(: R I UHF I1E' hi Silk Handkerchiefs
fl"'8Rwft'i Comfy i ljppfrs, nil 6Rl8F f 119M ; fit/.f/ f f ft 110.spoilt ftAtK JHu l ii mn mi Jil t t JfrFgff: u1I F;nOlt t1IirF-FvFr; tww Fi I lFt i ImJH: FI( : Anti i iII8g4Aif
llrp n -:-.-:_::-::::===-:-----'H l fUf! tntl J1nF Rftl within 11W mm or every: fJR@ linwFANCY WII* h fll fat FffFJYftl! ft fhipm CAF PfPrpp n.

Nlg&{ r PwnfcjriFWW'f ; --- :-:-----..f 1-flfl: pelf\! VESTS ggisifa fc China i HwtfrrFWtfi> 'jq' ft
lead fafncfrp1.00. paiF 'iargR variety pf MnWul' pplor find ambruidThe '
fastidious, ,' dresser:, the n whq t tapes hN anpe rfinpe seriously Will heartilya welcome, erect t decfa.: t
t3aby4' ned PPmf .v1l ------------ ,75 pair fancy waist for rfstmas. \Ye have selected 1 for the holidays innumerable clever and undeniably
correct waistcoats that will surely be admired by discriminating men. Priced very reasonably .
Special I price 35c each


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

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

MUFFLERS Boudoir Caps

Ostrich Boas The demand for this dainty fantalslo is
When the shrill winds blow nnd when the dust flies n man Is more than pleased to possessn ever
muffler. Mufflers are necessities to the mnn who wishes to 1 be well dressed", and thoroughly pro- on the Increase. The Christmas assortment
CO just received, In flack, mack and White tected.! And they are mighty acceptable Christmas presents. We have an excellent holiday just in Justifies\ their poularity. Never before
and color: Much under value stock of them including nil the choicest colors, patterns and textures have we shown such beautiful combination effects. -
Priced for quick selling Prices from 35c
Gloves can always be counted on as high bidders for the favorite position in the ranks of range
$1.98, $3.50 and $5.00 Christmas driving gifts too.GROCERY. for men. We have them for dress and street wear-and for golfing, motoring to $2.00 rand


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TIMELY SUGESTIONS FOIl TilE FESTIVE HOAUI A full line of Richelieu Pickles, Preserves, Jams and Spiced
We have ate condiments necessary for Fruits, Figs and! Mince Meats
New Nuts, both whole and shelled; New Popcorn
The kind of Cheese" we carry, Include
Stuffed I and I whole 1 I Dates t
the Christmas Pudding, Pies and what not Limberger, Imported Roquefort, Neufchntel, Cream --.p.
Crystnlized Cherries and Ginger py, Welch Rarebit, Imperial, Pimento, etc, etc.


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Old Santa's Mr. R. P. Foley, manager of the HUNTING MISTlETOE KILLEDSt. Yancey Meat Market Inc.FULLY .

New Seminole hotel at Winter Park Paul, Minn. Dec 17.-Three ,

accompanied by his family was -- bandits who tried to rob a saloon PAID UP

Christmas List monK the visitors to Orlando yester- Christmas Greens HarvestedWith here late today an dthen ran, ran into ': T. A. YANCEY Jr., Pres and Mgr

day. Mr. Foley states that the pros two police detectives!, part of an I
Aid of Guns.
BT Dt LYSLE FERREE CASS pect for the season! at Winter Parks emergency squad secretly ASBipne'\ I ,

one of the best in recent years. since the series! of saloon robberieswhich Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Choice

. Inquiries and reservations are being But It U Detttr to Climb for It aa began! two days ago.
The reindeer Ate hafnB"p.l und rotdy received at the New Seminole, Indlating seekers Have learnedOpenSeason Within three minutes two of the I Florida and Western Meats
For their ChHetmaa eve drive through
that following the ChHstrruu iold-ups were dead.
They the whinny nkyt, end dUttip, 1I1"llth bells holidays there will be a considerable. D.umbtr.Ell BtQlni fcany. In The other died In an hour. Oyatern, ]flnh. Poultry, \Vegetable, Jntne, lite.

unite till. lUtiU Ctaut' sledge l In tilled \'oium of tourist! trade, In addition tothe One of the defective was Injured. Special Atttntlen le Hottl and. Cull Town Ordtrt.

\AM huh many regular winter residents. | M hunter took deliberate lu lntl. In l P.O. BOX lift
i IwttlrU an MbumiAnre of I"U. tmtndnatter > aim and, fired Into the higher All, \\OUAr. MAY I Jl'll1' HIM! PHONtS {\ Residence |'JJ Cer OraniaJUs, andChurvh. It.

(Vr nil iMMtd little {'''rill and. alflns I ,hit hIlt the Pea on. branched of a twatuii elm
""hl11111, \ Ult ih. slur kin** white the Only n bunch of fullaaa, cut New Ynik. 1'er' 1T,=lrneh UfOMnwftlded -
cluck |III ttrktnrkln,
And il. nuw n4hes drift down Inwhltls. IIIU111) 01'.. ,\ I'IONHI4H '1'\ II'f\ hum Its IIYI'L.tJl1ltl. bntushby wee \ H twIitilt'Ml' knockoutover
the iharpe of bird shut fell yard -- --- --- 1
ICt: lImN' Ad \,"PlgRlt In H sit| ,luuiuU "Hhthel'e -
wr so away
He'" SIM down' .the H.lmnef 01 u uat- tonight
"MIIII'.1 him. the halt "uEltlElltt'otnhlf'ht
Mat t.( JHllr, tH..U.*,|. full B? gltm- 1'\11\1"\' KJa.--Hubert' Mujftrn, (tin.rlU tit a "tlltlf'Uuu"U(a. ( Illut.nalhe )It WAS leitilpi| | | tiller.. (the fight HintWiilgftat Whatever Else You Buy for
lle'i (ten I'lilllI'| tab tin Mrh HUB nf |,retlIn '
t the |lftute >h.'. liMihlntf, l lit "f* heel 111'11, FheriretU ate) far eeelhg\ ,i his fjTPa lit Vain tt "ea the Would quit| the Hig.llehtty ',
\\10''.-" M'l'Hn I hate tnllnlfil tliHr' tiAtsntSVhlrh 1'"lIlhpll ItiflH, bhd' (l'tllhllhphht Iihtttltint bbJpt.t nf' (he ..hut.l'AIIBlP" f J.puliflhli (if New Yolk,
\ *nuhi"li>H t I.ave dnh .. (Ih..t"II' khmked, hut Joe Mdhdut Itf New Christmas
{ 1 vlrplpii ht Tampa, tiled this Morrt ItuthlHi tame Ihs fpjoitiIte : tit- .
I if 'Mara "Ult l puu4 gad IIH" .. ybusi lid ftlmltty. HflFC y ti'iloi'k at the der, leanq. lightweight, in the ppvpittliround
"wuttt, k \ follaWinU $ht l1t1fi' greens" Iii II".I by way ,
l'lltllIlltl ihrtlltlrtfy, : Hit
lll4' 11"1.11' I'flillt) ybu a Itlt "i\IIi{ fin Cpiitfttl( DY@nue r'@tt@nAy] flf PlUlriHflllun, 11(4 I'lfbptl\ \ UP the 1.@niertl I outfought{ MillhM Ihf,)u h= You must have ChrMmn! Card, Our line this year .Is
Pail. II,,'. luHhiM. t MS! Hit tI' a4Rlte Rtsr, the flump el( I Ipavpa flpffcptt\ with wst@nhc'ifice out\
whet ltl@ fell (
"*!*, KM t-t-fMtllifi lhl Rashly bate nlorninit > fainting HM Biul threw into aer MYlln seek more) varied and beautiful than >'r before,
..ltt i "Ir\\\ II@ futfer@tl it stroke of SpoItleiiy : three fflyf\ pounds e* mistletoe!\ the
I" t'f.NI hR4 mllll1..1,tits, IRamPMaTbd4v Mill I his t'tiHe" @srly yeettf: reward of his markemanfihlp, IINh IIHMtllKK( ) MIII.ION IHII The early chopper pets the cream of the stock Whether

1:1"4: 'hail wm.I nartr,' nil Road\It i1'tg4Th4t Iii;"'tilfkllll'lA"oJ { tUy evening *M iiI} lJHQijrftifirHf that The open li iliPI'Qr mistletoe befw = I.AHM 1\1:1'1'1': t mUtt( : UK.WA1I you buy or not, It I Is a pleasure to have you see our magnificent

If MR4hi tlit4ft" t i..i had. the Mnnalincement' Qt hie i death will \ early in rteeember, ftcpording to \Pl'it: CW &

come as a surprise to his many the Kansas City titer, and continued display
until only R day op PQ before Chrlat'
Washington Pee, IT.-llore than
frien4i, ft
t maa:\ or, in the lean years, until the hundred million dollars, usually spent \v. S. BRANCH ,
crop la exhausted The old method of'shooting"
The want ad's the thing, mistletoe baa been in large by American tourists in Europe, was
divided in the last railroads
part displaced, however, by agile boys year among -
, who earn men's wages by climbing for hotels and allied enterprises in

JONES GOES JUST THE S.\ IE. the crop and carrying It to the groundIn the United States, according to a section - _. .- -- -- -- -- --- --
AND THEN SOME sacks slung from their shoulders. of the annual report of Secretary

Tbat preserves the foliage beauty by of the Interior Franklin K. Lane
Route No 1 leaving the berries Intact. When the
which was made public today
ilound Read Downa.
West boughs are 'harvested" by the shot
m, a, m. p.m method the charge Jars of 'ORLANDO ROOFINGANC
Orlando ________ fi30 10:15 3:00 gun many WALL ON: TKII
the globules from their tiny stems and
Ocoee __ ____ 7:30: 11:15 4:00
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.,.. Winter Garden __ 7:45 11:30 4:15 the fall to earth but adds to the havoc -
Oakland _n u__ 8:00: 4:30: Mistletoe 'Jobbers are growing more Terry G. Wall left last night for
!' East; Bound-Read Up discriminating and pay top prices for Macclenny, where he will visit a host SHEET METAL CO

14 Orlando ---n--, 9'M:\ 1:30:\ fl00 well.preserved greens only, the market of friend, after which he will continue _.
)poee ,-- 8:30:: 12:30 5:00: varying day by day according to the -. -= -=""
hU trip which he announces will
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Winter : : : offered.
ors ukland --,-- 8:00: 4:30Fare : quantity The true mistletoe U A European take in most of the northern pnrt of I Metal Slate Tile Tin Asbestos
t the slate. Mr. Wall U A candidatefor ,
Orlando tOStraight' HoundOrore evergreen but ltd American Vousln

, _,. =,-,= -.=,r.fic. 'Lot) resembles It no rl is 'ly a* to baffle all the United State senate from and Rubber Roofings
Winter I:artlrtiire. /\ I.:" but botanUtn. Till leavei' art of the this etnteTampe'Tribune."Oakland !I

Oakland\ ..?=--._ -,=,75e. 1.40 name yclliiwlNli gm Skylights < sling Ventilating, Ceilings
Itnult( Nn. 2 alike In folnr, plvo way In turn
South HuurulRcitd Down tn the wax-like brrrlrn, Moth areparasites cars are sold everywhere.Sturdy ."
n. m n. m. r. m.
Orlando _____ ___ 7:00: iOslft: r.00: ) growing on the boughs of Works: 14 E. Church St. ORLANDOI'
Mne Castle .-__z 7:30:: 10:4r: fi:30:: deciduous treca.trrrH .
Taft ._____--._ 7:4.1& 11:00: fi.41i Apple poplars maples and _
North Hound-Head Up elms seem to best support the vegetable
a. m. a. m. p, m. barnatle. lint It Bnmetltnca l Is A
Orlando ________ H:30: 11:15 ((5:30 found growing In the oaks and other
Pine Castle _____ 8:00: 11:15: / 0:00 forest varieties. Along the Pacific
That ypllowhalred dollla that'a going to Taft 7:45: 11:00 6:45& u MM Od*
-----a----- coast it frequently Is taken from oak Sentinel Want Ads Get Results
'are-rine Castle 20c. Taft, ,':Oe.
Ie one present she might have had. trees although the yield In that re-
Children under 12, half fare. is 'Oakland cars are sold everywhere.1 I IIt's Ie
gion not prolific.
.For Molly behaved herself nicely I Will pick you up anywhere on the
Bhe dOfOa 't grumble tell fibs or b. road for 6 cents a mile. We buy The mistletoe played a conspicuouspart
J mean; anything and everything and do all I In thology. It Is symbolical of
So her papa has written to Santa kinds of messages for you. We have the spear with which Hotherus took
Telling what a rood girl *he'. been.Then fine cars and will make extra trip the life of alder, the white sungod
( there's Tommy' name on the paper after the show for 5 or more fares.
of summer, who shall be resurrectedat
A real:boy but never sauces nor swears A charge of 10 cents for suit cases' naganarok, twilight of the gods 1
Nor Is cruel to klttl L It.. a thousand and other large bundles on Route No. and doomsday of the world so runs
pities I 1, and 5 renton Route No. 2.
That Freddie's mother had a. few cares. boost the Dus! It is better than the old Norse legend. I
the street' car.MORTON Among the Druids and the Celts the MarvelousYou
Now there's the names of Mildred and 11. JON*?*? &: SONS. mistletoe found growing upon an oak

Jennie. I'hone C80. was believed to ol
Of Margaret, Julia and K.t.Wh .' possess powers .
they: go out to play and hear moth- healing for many Ills as well as being
et' eey. potent for the working of magic/ Hefil-
"Horn enrtv," they never are tale.Neat I -------- charms Hmall bits of berries were can
come Hubble, that jolly young ra<
rail l brewed Into love philters for prejudicing .

And llettryMh buys rail him "ll nl"There's ... -C' .....,.4 the passions
;; :
ft red. aced l fur Hot, and foi r- b.5 o/ So
Henry Job ".J ,, f 1 " ... ," '. To the wtttftn In which the mUtlp Distinctly
'I.tlnl war with hi* tin noMlcr men.i1lck C rY-tr: ,ff. , .rsLJ too wag held In directly (rateable a
..,.. . certain old Knullnh euptom which cur
:';, ....:.: ,' H" ._
will WHk* up to and ii new ltw'1'ell t I elves to.I",. At the t'hrlitma tide
I'llll Will Hot HlKM .Ulllhlh+ new 11"111"1. "','f' f J '
) 'neatti
ardent await who Its
in.'. fimilmll eulfll sure. will 1'1"! ".. "tilm' ,I. 'I I AI every
IU run n++w m and |'U, wills' M* Pnnlee, ( \) l" : ) nhadnw levied tribute of n MM and
Ii.l ,. III.... '|nry IwMiks and" t'IIII..I, l aunit I ''t .f' .: , ,\ IJ IJl each half revUitng luald who. pay, "No I am not visiting in
A Itoliliy' |IIu". Marry I will 1,1..1\ \ may know their heart only bow torite ,
VM, "...h nut like will M..l whal lie ;
im.... ;,4t centuries old and. born when the city. I am at home almost
Their .,....1) 'trails nil ManU Maus s..ss. Yule toga nirkerttd through candl
I 'f Hihted. hall on wintry nlghti( ) when dive hundred miles
As lie runs lha \Ions Hit 0'.., and n'rr, .;- fairies ruled) when Imagery held ;away.
UHikt h. sidling In think of the joy,
Thai when t'hrUtmas belle ring;, Serb way> when mountain gods gave curse have just had a Bell Telephoneput
Imllday thlnf or blessing and tribute to the talatle-
Will bring t" each f iHxl girl and hey, too was a sacrament
nmmbr you Iliile folks, always, in and I couldn't resist call-
That olicillrnr, IIlndn...... snot rlir NOW H4Mt A li3 /TNIGt S t yt
Are Ih. II+Ina. mamma wants and are 40TN r.
ToU.': Id en"i.onre /Iia1fANK 1011 ing you by LongDistance. It's
Manta CUus favor Oh, hear 14.94

How the slvlghbells are Jln.lln. and tlnkllnc. marvelous that we can hear each

How the. reindeer are prancing to go w THOUGHTS OF CHRISTMAS. other
as distinctly as though
Skimming alone o'.r the hou..Ioptl, we ,
Unmindful of cold Ire or snow
Santa's pack Is crammed to o'crflowlnf; were in the same room and the
Is your name on his visiting lieU ,
Now" bed abide; down the chimney he'l
_lid.. Long Distance rates are so.
If you're food, your house won't be

missed. war IM ill Ptonrar, vie-MEN1' reasonable !

1 3 v / "I really don't see how we ever managed without -

Prepared. 1 e a Bell Telephone. All the merchants and everyone

"I'm going to have a fine time atChrlltmu. we know uses the Bell. It has saved me thou-
said one young miss to

another. ";\Ir Hucctns Is coming to sands of and hours of already. '
H steps worry
our party and be is colur-blind, you 1r

"Does bit colorblindness add to "It's worth the cost simply be able sit
your enjoyment" asked her friend. / They were married at the beginning( to to at

-Hather!" was the reply. 110 \.II jf December and the 25th was approaching "
thinks all the holly-berries are mistletoe -=-- home and visit with friends hundreds of miles away.

!" .i.10yaracsa "You know, little wife," he said one
evening, "wo mustn't have any secrets
r. from each other must "'li. sweet ono'" Bell is
"No darling" she whispered."So Every Telephone a Long Station.

," he continued "I wont you to
tell me how much you Intend spend
Ing on a Christmas present for me. rsortef
Had On* Already.
so that I can calculate how much '
"! don't know what to give Lizziefor money 1 shall have left to buy one for \ SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE
a Christmas present one chorus "
girl Is reported to have said to her you. I

mate while discussing the gift to be AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY.
made to a third. \e
MIT DAt'100Dt
"Give her a book suggested the 'C,4TLD t'i
other. % dO4g. I

And the first one replied, meditatively
: "No. that won't do; she's got a One Popular Fat Man.
book. It is said that nobody loves a fat

man. but children at this time ot the

Crowned on Christmas. year are deeply in love with a stout

4 William the Conqueror was crowned elderly person with white whiskersand Read the Advertisements in today's Sentinelv
on a Christmas dart a pack on his back.


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407 Song St. Phone 495 Santa Claus arrived in Orlando Friday and Washington means committee, Dec. today 17.-The discussed ways ,, "No Nursery Tree Is A First-Class Tree !

and his presence was felt by .
a means of new taxation.A
hundreds of boys! and girls who I heavy tax to be levied upon the

Contractors for All Classes of seemed to spring from the earth. I new and thriving business of munitions Unless Budded
Concrete Buildings. All Santa rode into Orlando on the after- plants received most considera-
Work First Class noon Atlantic Coast Line train. lIe ':
was all dressed up in red costume j I tion.The plan to tax industry! by placing F from
AlsoIanufacturers of and had J the regulation whiskers and I the burden upon automobiles gasoline x.x .: Bearing
Concrete Building Blocks of every happy smile. After alighting from' engines! gasoline and commercial
the train he went through the streets business by stamp taxes upon telegrams
designs, White Way Posts, II ,
followed by a jelling'crowding. en- telephone messages, commercial trees of a known
Gates and Fence Posts, Lawn thusiastic mass of youngsters until i and legal papers and upon constructive -
Benches, Art Work, Vaces of his destination, the YowellDuck1 1 business by taxes upon pig!

any size or design, Walks, Steps, worth store was reached. : iron and its products received popular Quantify and
Fish Ponds, Fountains etc. Santa Claus was impersonated by :''approval.
Building Blocks Faced with John A. Reed and the likeness was II The White House! was opposed bj
perfect. The police had great troublein the ways and means committee on the xnt '
Granite Coquina, Gravel or keeping the streets open for Santa. : floor of the house.Repre.entative Quality of Production.O.W.-
any other material. Call and see Long before the train came in youngsters I[ Rainey of Illinois
samples. of all sizes and ages throngedthe would increase the international revenue -
station. The police and individ- tax on "hi J.ey. "
uals before the train arrived were I Within an hour the president hau 4Cj ib. TF % *a. *_ .

Plans and Estimates MadeConvinced closely questioned about Santa, whenhe I approved the measure and had as- >r .
"' would arrive, what he looked like sured the treasury of an added income Conner.
had he any toys for little girls five ,of about $7,000,000 per month during : _
--- -------- - ---- :rears old, etc., etc. : 19l G. i|
As soon as the tax law extension 1 f reel like these will work for you while you sleep. They can't be

MONROE FERRY AT SANFORD I resolution was out of the way both grown cvernight; it takes time. Contract for YOUR supply NOW.

CLOSED AT NIGHTS I house and senate agreed to a resolution -

"Yes" said the specialist, as he adjourning congress until January -
stood by the sick contractor, "1 can L. B. Fort of the San Juan Garage, 4.For .
cure you." I returned yesterday from a business the first time in years congress Two ;years ago in their advertising and by actual demonstration THE OCKLAWAHA
man"What faintly.will it cost, asked the sick trip to Daytona. lIe stated that took two weeks holiday vacation. NURSERIES began to educate thepublic as to what really constituted a real, first-class

"Ninety-five dollars." I after Sunday the Monroe ferry, northof nursery tree of citrus fruits. The public when shown in our test groves what could be accomplished -

"You little"will replied have to the shade contractor.your pricea "I I Sanford, would not be operated at I NEW FREEDOM TO MINING INDUSTRY by planting trees as they are grown in our nurseries began to call for, yes, DEMAND -

got a better bid from the undertaker." night. A bridge is being constructedacross J I' trees that were properly propagated TODAY nurseries that have not been in ex- .
The stood on his price the St. Johns river near that
specialist pat
the I istence five years, are clamoring "PEDIGREED" for their strong suit in nursery produc
And his competitor got job. point and the construction has inter- Washington, Dec. 17.-If the presi-
work We and are sanitary specialists conditions in our prevail.It line of. "fered with the ferry. To avoid delayit .dent would appoint a committee of tion. What would YOU do in their place, Mr. Planter? Why of course you would sell your

will pay you to stay on the safe will be necessary for motorists at 'three experts familiar with the min- II trees and adopt the surest method. But you are a BUYER, not a SELLER, and YOU ARE

Bide. ;night to use the old ferry south of :ing laws and the difficulties of min- interested in the very best result you can get from your grove,when you have spent your

Sanford. Mr. Fort states that the :ers, and commission them to suggest time and money to bring it into bearing.

Orlando bridge across the St. Johns is progressing new mining code to congress, it I Then do not be mislead by claims intended for that purpose alone, but buy your trees where
and will be finished
rapidly would give a new freedom to the mining -
are absolutely safe. Get them from the OCKLAWAHA NURSERIES the originators
Steam LaundryFRENCH February 1.SENATOR. industry in this country, according you ,
It to a section of the annual report I of proper practices in propagation for the express purpose of producing the one thing

DRY CLEANF-US :O SHIVELY CRITICALLY I f>f Secretary of the Interior FranklinK. I Florida needs in the market, first-class fruit nnd plenty of it.

LAUNDERERS II ILL Lane, made public today. Our trees: will cost you more, may be fifteen to thirty cents more, but Professor! Shnmel's

PHONE 88 ,work in California has demonstrated that an Increase of 00 per cent can bo obtained our
South Bend Ind. Dee. 17. _UnlM
-- Ntl nmsioN; () IN iL1IILII.L1'IttICt' ffny, over the ordinary method! of propagation. What then is I the fifteen to thirty cents In .
States Senator II. P. Shlvcly, of
S. Helen Graves I South Itnul, according to Intimate : comparison) ? CATALOGUE I"IUOIWritl': for it.

I fHpnJ In thin city, U again In a ('lit.
New YOlk ( A. M.f A
Saturday =
Shampooing, Manicuring, Facial blotsago .
lent rnnilitlmi as' tt result of an affection
Scalp treatment, given under I trace between, the 1""II"'nll.t'ItJr\lt'! anti
modern wlentlfle principal*. My of bin throat Organised H"lat'II,1ror't', \ was PtlH
treatments have given entirely atU' This Information\* verified\ \II y In nn unsettled stage early this mornIng Ocklawaha NurseriesO.
result An electrical burly
factory 1'1 announcement from Washingtontoday I I
manage wil relieve congestion and
U a wonderful cure for neuralgia and !I that the senator was being The peace committees of the various -
nervous trouble It stimulates eared! for in a Providence hospital. Florida.
every leagues closed! after midnight W. ConnerProprietor, Tangerine,
organ in the body and brings back to Since returning to Washington foi 1dffit.i ,
without reaching n.XEW
you good circulation. Just try one. congress Senator Fhively; has not beer
Prices for switches of the best quality able to attend the sessions of th G. WRIGHT Orlando Florida
G. Agent
on aplication. Apointments can MAN IN SHOE DEl'T.E. .
he made by phone 679. Hours 9 to senate. r
12 a. m. 1 to 6 m. .
; P.IRLORSYowellDuckworth p. F. Potter of Peapack, '. J., is \

Building Read the Morning Sentinel for tn e I know employed in the shoe department MMMMMMM . . . . I' . . .4N.e I Nf --.... .1 . t. . . . .1 J .1. .11 . . . ..
week delivered. Yowell-Duckworth
Room No. 1 Orlando. Florida news. lOCo a |lot the company.

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15 LOTS Watch this space for future
only advertised to sell 15 of
announcements. The buyers of
the lots, but the last purchaser
.-. AT $125 PER LOT the lots below can easily make
insisted on buying two which
l't ABOVE IS WHAT I ADVERTISED TO DO 100 per cent on their purchase;
accounts for the extra .
ONE IVEEK" ask them.


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A Hex Daniels WALTER W. ROSE

Salesman "Satisfied client made my business a mcces" ;.


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I For One bay RATES_______._. S' SENTINEL WANT ADS ARE READ BY 10,000 PEOPLE For Six Days RATES.______ 75e
For Three Da1. _______5k I'or One )loath _____.$2.50

11'ANTEi--Want: to buy a small ,
house and lot; also a vacant lot; BERRY'
must not be far out; price must be ( L H R. !
right Address A. 11. C., care 12-18-tf Sentinel 1

SITUATION woman WANTttJ-t1y, in boarding: house settledVthite or A complete line of Ford Accesscries .

HEAJ- small hotel Address XVZ, tare en
llhel. 12-17-31 ; a staff of expert tnechanaIca FOR SALE

= LOST 1 tu render lIfitistaetioh 1ft all
= = =
lines of Automobile Repair r
IUt4T=1inalt, tj j.en faced. ww I\trh, tift
SAn JUAN ,, between 1.she Lucerne and i the
pit \ Real Estate : Work, Vulcanizing Oils and
II\JiF@; hntal. ltlana&!rata I*, il. 1ft dohaeh. ,i A fine lot 55 ft. by 130 ft.
Return( to Orknd !lank and'T'rust I Gasoline\ and fair and I
Cu, sad. receive rewsrd
li.: -tfe TIIACY l4A'' tern"' and' cabinet makers, Screen I
fORT=Ofthet streets of Orlando! doors and' windows, frames, sleeping; I
yesterday, A ladies' diamond ring, porches, counters, shelving; showcases
Finder please return to H, K, refrigerators, alterations and! I
at the pdn Juan hotel, and! waterlJ'l' additions We keep a number of I For Nine YearsWe
r ward : skilled workmen constantly on hand.
FOR SALE I 18 East Church street, 12-2-lmo
have been in business at the C.A.HOVEY
NOTARY PUBLIC, with seal I makea
FOR SALE-Dwelling, six rooms, sr--ialty of deeds, mortgages, same location, Corner of South
condition, with T. HULL CO. leases contracts etc. Price
practically new, nice very reasonable -
lawn, bearing citrus fruit trees, roses, Mrs. II. B. Leake 45 East I Main and Church Streets.
and shrubbery; near Lake Eola; very Phone 105. Rock Rldg.. .Room 3. I Pine street. Phone 179. 11-9-lmoc
desirable location. $4,000, terms. Call and see us if interested in real I Phone 226Orlando'
Address, .Owner," Box 33, Orlando, estate. Buy, sell or exchange prop-
Fla. ll-16-lmoc erty.11-9-lmoe Rentals carefully attended to. j I . ....... ,.. ,.. I Leading Repair Shop

furnished, I I AT CHRISTMAS you will be proud
new, modern rent and attractive home, to give photographs if made atEvans' PHONE 875 Advertise in the Sentinel
Laku No. 102 North Main. one block
pretty lawn and shrubbery near West Jefferson Street
north of house. Make the
bath, court ap
Bola; two stories, five rooms
screeAed sleeping porch, and summer pointment now. Phone 125. Successor to
dining room. Address Owner, lox 11-23-lmoc RATES
397, or call at 312 Uroadway.10.dw.tf Umbrellas 'covarea and repaired Hand Wood CompanyWood

I "while wait. Young's Repair
- you
FOR SALE-A good five room house, Shop 21 E. Pine St. of All Kinds Account of Hammond & GoreFUNERAL

in fine condition, in good location;
hot and cold water; three lots; a bar- FOR RENT-Large airy room, in PROMPT SKRMCKRKASONA11LR
gain for quick buyer. Call at the new modern home, every convenience PRICE C ristmas Holidays DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS

Summerlin. 11-20-tfc unexcelled for surroundings; - --- -
one-half block jitney bus; kitchenette
FOR SALE-Fine saddle horse,cheap. if desired.' Reasonable. Phone 682. ViaAtlantic Real Values Low Prices
See Jas. L. Giles. 11-25-tfc Call 10 East Amelia. 12-14-Ctc

FOR SALE-Large refrigerator and FOR RENT-Two- nicely furnished.1, A STRANGERin Coast Line COMPARE
other market fixtures, cheap. Jas. rooms, for light housekeeping, to
A. Knox. 11-27-tfc adults only; splendid location on I Orlando would probably be '
America street and Lucerne Circle; OUR FURNITURE
FOR SALE-FOR RENT-Houses, by year or season. Apply to Mrs. referred to the Model if he Standard Railroad of the South
and unfurnished. Also Sutton. No. 2 America street.1214.6t' ,
some splendid lots. Call and see whatI should ask about a good place at We provide the quality of furniture that has long been accepted -

have to otTer before you buy or which to eat. by knowing furniture buyers as the standard of merit. If
rent. Mrs. II. B. Leake 45 East Pin MILK COWS-I can furnish anyone an article is here it is good. It wouldn't be here were it otherwise.We .
street 10-8-dw.lmo or 312 Broadway. Phone 179. all with fresh a or car heavy load of springers.nice milk Prices cows, 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

owner reasonable. J. W. Stegall, Thomas- regular meals and 15c specials inclusive, limited to reach original stones of this business and that means much to any buyer.
ville, Ga. 12-16-8t
bungalows!! in were the best that could be starting
two of the prettiest point by midnight
BARGAIN IN LOTS Three, closein
town. Each; has six\ large rooms, hall served for the price. If he
and bath, with all modern conven on West Central avenue J gar January 10th" McNEILL & DAVIS BLOCK
age utmost built. Chas. P. Dow.
about t"otnpteted1tither should' choose elaborate
iences. One just 1M7.tt a more

December one;to nice be lots completed and fine by location 25th of, : order he could be sure'! that the Corner Orange Ave and Church Street, Orlando, Florida
Price 13,600 YOU N'f-'w" furnished room,
a tifcji1 rm.1,260j:LAke; cash Cherokee.payment and terms. with nil conveniences. Apply 2nOPnlmetto charge would be reasonable.If For Information Call on

eastern AIW H four part room of town.bungalow This bungalow In north-' !!tre\t. -11-27-tfe: tmly ti cup of entree or n W. D WHITE, D. T. A.

sad I i lilt BO by 160() feet, >l UfU' or CONSCIENTIOUS CARE' given H piers of pie, ltd would get the W. It. O'NEAL, C. P. & T. A.
with :2! IMtM llttoOi; t'nlh nnd. t termn limited number of fj@rlll'ttll'' Plea,*.
Address"' Kentucky Hume, Ml 1'ttlmer nut rooms! In new home. Modern eon beat, Orlando Try a Want Ad in the Sentinel
street, (Orlando. !')tone UM.I venlences. IlouPrkcef'Inir rMmlll, It ,
I 12.16lmneI'OH: ) ,,,ferrrd! Mr eat" ru.j4'ymftur\ It pay i 10 IMJOyntera rt'liablt'!,
iiiirue: 14 high street rout of InkeIola. I ,
': i 11 I I1 14.min-lf fresh every ,11\\y, l11ll1)Cl
HAMl--Trart[ : IIr inn: ) acres, |IHHt.'I I ltt1l&: tucl SlIIiigleIi3U
I lyHoiwitn.rleurrd. betweennllwiMnl\ and
I'Ilre f I,111111.> Tprms. N.N. (OPKN) DAY AND! NlflllT
Mntlwk.' Um tlf-U, Tampa' Flu" ,
hi,15-Mt. -

II\'"' Hit A I>R1 tilt. U m;; ModelCafe
hew top, |mjhteil}" nearlynew
t HrM, 1!toO rush !tux, 731: city.
lJ-17-flt (IHANII VIKW, HANITAUIltMPut 1Slemons'1 i.i .

FUIl HKNTM !: I Ontii! t llItlttlt I LANT)CL )

t bhltll MillinerIJi'lIttj i i = ---- 1
: $ 1'i1, tltttlHt y

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it-\IIOP-\.I\'Y L' nlpll(11' J. : tdiarpniprt f fhilIIfHR*l IIM M l *l.0fti: II Iitl .Mri HP I
f I ',, 11crhetl8ntpeltlnp I I J. OHF rt>'lM l RN w f swH-and Hair
j, : porches.' : .
prjln "FII sp reqipn: Mj} that\ \ fAij will||
>\ !Ity tit aiti\iAn, [last::
'I'catlun! Plitt dour $444 At t'rerby'ta'luu I\n4\ PMF j t Artt t IN Ml t: place' : 'In WeSlemons1 j
rii4n llImth bast Church: rtreet. Will Sacrifice city for mnlinllf,
1a.n.a I
FOR RENT-Summer pottage; also 10,000GUARANTEED Millinery t
suite of four rooms with 3 beds; Store
also 3$ room flat for light housekeeping -
; electric lights, bath, telephone,
attractive grounds. $12 per month TREESAll
up. 10 W. Concord avenue.
Best and
U-28-lmc Promptest

True To Name The Indian WayAccording
The Tuttle Gift Shop Is located this Auto Livery
season on the second floor of Yowell- 5 to 7 foot trees
1 hick worth building, at left of eleva- 50c EACH
tor. 1-12-8-tfc Service to the Redskin the Paleface made a big fire and sat around it-the Indian a tale fire and eaton

All leading varieties budded
on it.That's.
FOR RENT-Large two story fur-
nished dwelling, modern conven- sour and grapefruit roots from !5-PASSENGER. the of to a. building roaring fire in
very much like way some us try warm chilly corner-by a
iences, two sleeping porches, two known stock.Conway.
Mocks from postonice, corner Jackson the furnace and making most of the house unliveable.
and West streets. Jas. A. Knox.
11-24-tf NurseryR. How much more sensible to follow the Indian's advice! A little fire in a Gas Heater will warm the
FOR RENT-Furnished house. 410 right spot without overheating the rest of the room. The bath-room can be made comfortable in the

North Orange avenue. 12-17-31 Orlando R R I. morning without wrestling with the furnace and making your home too hot for comfort daring the

FOR RENT-Nicely furnished rooms call anywhere at any time remainder of the day. You will need a little Gas Heater this Fall-why not get it now?
in new, modern home; one-half
Mock from Anderson street, near St. '
Luke's hospital. Reasonable rates for GoroJ n's Transfer Co
the season. 40G Margaret street. WIVES, MOTHERS, DAUGHTERS .
'0-2 Mf
SWEETHEARTS 201 S. Orange Ave. Phone 487
suitable for two people. Reason- CHRISTMAS IS I
atfW, All conveniences. Close in.
212 East Jackson. Phone 406. COMING
i2.4-tfc Pansy Plants, Rose GAS DEPARTMENTr.

FOR Buy the "Men" a Box of
RENT-Attractive business Bushes Petunia
room. See! II. U. Berry, at the Ford ,

.Garage. 11-11-tf NEW SOUTHCigars PlantsLeave

your orders here
ANTEtJ..A position as cook, matron C
companion, housekeeper, of -
anything at nil. Address L. E. M.,
No. 114 East Concord avenue Orlando :
FU 12-17-Ct --- ..Violet e Dell Florist.

W ANT..',! \
Messenger! 1.10) about
fourteen yearn olil with wheel. A Smoke That Will Put Them J. U. CARlJmERSrh.
ApplyV",tern Union Telegraph of. In n Good Humor For 1916.
flee. 12.17.3t" 10.. 401 .with LaU 1M.


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A home without a savings bank is
like Christmas without Santa Claus.
Phone the Peoples National Bank and
we will send you one. I-12-17-3tc

Mrs. H. C. Hatton and Miss Dorothy .
ALWAYs. LmT Hatton, of Arcadia, were among
the visitors spending yesterday in
Orlando. .
Savings checks are accepted as cashin ;
: the savings department of the
Peoples National Bank. 11-11-tf

: Mr. W. L. Coryell returned yesterday December2Oth
afternoon from a business tripto t
Lakeland and other places in Polk
MODERN DAY METHODS and conserva- county.
tive, old time safety are factors that gov- The
day to join
ern in the management of this bank. Beautiful Christmas gifts at the our
Tuttle Gift Shop, second floor Yowell-
Now, just as they always have-for pro- Duckworth building. 1-12-8-tfc Xmas Savings Club

Mrs. R. C. Rerdell, who has been
The State Bank is a commercial bank,
visiting Dr. and Mrs. J. N. McElroy Deposit 2c now ,
having the connections and experience -
for several days, left last evening for
necessary for the surer protec- her home in Tampa. Receive $25.50 next Xmas $63.95
tion of its depositors interests. Successful -

commercial activity is largely dependent Ride Hamrick's jitney bus. 6c.
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upon banking service and the co-oper- I -

ation of a strong bank is an import"ttt Mr. J. D. Mitchill, the well known

business asset. I accountant of New York and Miami I The Peoples National Bank
Largest Bank Between Jacksonville and is spending a few days in Orlando aguest
i at the San Juan hotel.
Tampa. "The only NATIONAL Bank in
THE ST. JAMES 308 West street.
Rooms!, $3.60 per week Spick and Orange County""It
THE span. Hut a step to e\er>thing.

STATE BANK 12-19-Gt Is A Pleasure To Serve You'

Mr. W U. Maklhson, one of the .
Ot} prominent business Inert of Klssinlttiee -
tpeht yesterday Itt Orlahdd look
ORLANDO Ihjf after bUBiheqg matters.Jain .

fhrl!!tma Baving Club I J@a
eember SO. l=13=l?=:8tefliahep
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Cameron Mann left l Is4on
evening tine of his usual vi.HRthmM *
t-g points in Houth Florida which
will include irtQwnit Mulberry

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ff H HOLDROOK Mrs, S. R, Garnem has arrived in .. II.... 1111..............................._..,....,, ; ...... ........Ct-.r#...

Orlando from Oneonta, N. Y., on a
f HAYNES Dealer visit to her sister and brother Mr .
S. N. Gelette and Mr. L. H. Spencer.

l HUPMOBILE HUPPEL B BROS R 0 S.l S.S next Join Monday the Christmas, December Savings 20. Club .

i t l Service ana oysters received daily. TAKE ONE RIDE

i H. M. Self & Co. 1106tcMrs. '
1 .
r T. D. Armistead and children,
t i who have been visiting Rev. Armi Seven-Passenger

cf! ___ stead and family, returned to their

f home Bartow at Orlando Record. Thursday morning. 40 Horse Power Model at $885 and then decide

Fresh pack Cohoon's Donax clam
bouillon for sale at all J leading gro
cers.Fla. Cohoon I'acking Co.M2-18-lmoc, Orlando, The best 1916 value offered

: Savings checks are good all gold.
Ask for them whenever you buy any
thing! ll-lMf

'Mrs. Wadsworth, of Rochester San Juan
Myrta Garage Company
: New Ford Home N. Y., is the house guest of Mrs.E. .
: Lee Smith, having arrived Tues-
Now day, and is much pleased with the '
Open City Beautiful. Orlando-Daytona

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209.11 South Avenue
Orange RIDE in Hamrick's Jitney Bus one
Telephone 386 hour. 12 miles for 30c. 8-28-tfc

Mrs. A. R. Daniels left yesterday

Standard Gasoline-Ford morning over the Atlantic Coast Line .. .I.I..I..I..I.II.I.r..III.I. . . . . .6Ri AO1f >I'II'1"1 '11" _
Oil, Goodyear, for Miami where she will spend the

Goodrich, Firestone, Ajax, and United Christmas holidays with her daughter -
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States Tires. "Free Air at the Curb.

For unusual and artistic gifts go
to the Tuttle Gift Shop. 1-12-8-tfc
"Make this Ford Home Your Ford Home."
Two cents starts you in the Christmas I
F. G. RUSH with Savings$25.50 for Club next and Christmas.furnishes you EDUCATE


Misses Nellie Mae and Octavia YOUR

Sykes, who have been piano and vio-
lin pupils of Mrs. E. Lee Smith, were J
-- in Orlando yesterday and will upend CHILDREN[
tlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllill. the holidays with home folks! at Lake
Pickett. Miss Nellie Mae la attending .
NEST school at Monteverde and Miss N V i
In Y
Octavia at Cordele, Ga. Bankingand

AND NOVELTIES "Oh wnd !Home rower the gift tar I Money
gte ua r
> The oursrli a* Itheri pee u...." '
Being constantly in touch with the leading silversmithsand see Mattersas '
Sre yourself in the choice l mirrors
jeweler-craftsmen! of tho country, our stock is always In Klnfey'n i'ioneer show window. !
keeping pace with tho latest stylo in silverware, rings, 1.12.1tc\ wellas
bracelets, etc.When 9,
new and beautiful designs! are created, we are Mr. J. W. Seanlan I ie among the
among the first stores in the country to show them. You well known winter realdenti who have
never buy out-of-date articles here. returned t<) Orlando for another season
Our displays for Christmas will interest you. Thereare Mr. Scanlon, who (I. the happy Books
some very new and! very beautiful noveltiessomething owner of a largo and prolific grove
to please everyone to whom you want to give. Come near Lake Conway has been comingto The BEST WAY to TEACH Them is to Let Them Have a SAVINGS ACCOUNT in ;
early and choose while the wide assortment offers the this section for a number of years* THIS BANK j
best opportunity. and has a host of friends who are
You'll not be disappointed at this store. We see to glad to see him. HABITS of INDUSTRY and THRIFT developed in early youth will give them a start' \ I Ito
! that. success at a time when their whole lives are still before them!

Fresh pack Cohoon's Donax dam We Have a Pocket Bank for Your Girl or Boy. Call and Receive i One!
bouillon for sale at all leading gro
cers. Cohoon Packing Co., Orlando,
Fla. -1-12-18-lmoc The Orlando Bank & Trust Company .J

T. H. EVANS Doctors

Buckinaster & Bnindage Orlando, Florida '1)I i

JEWELERtlUJUI.MIIIillllllMIIMIIMMIIIIIIilllllH Personal Instruction under Dr. Still Capital, Surplus and Profits $141,000.00 .'

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132: S. Orange Ave.. above Peoples i
: .. National Bank. Phone 578. M'..1..1.11.1 1111"llllla'III.'II .'III' IIIIIMMIIIIIIIIIIIHIilMli \

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