Title: The morning sentinel
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079945/00592
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Title: The morning sentinel
Uniform Title: Morning Sentinel
Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 6 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando, Fla.
Orlando Fla
Publication Date: December 21, 1915
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079945
Volume ID: VID00592
Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 34297093
alephbibnum - 002075052
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Other version: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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= IUHf1() note HR \the inking fif (the Aneflna.H'I by TANT( (CITY YEMTKMUAV) hared President Wilson and his AH{ In lfI.1' 01' timilOUtiiNJUIHBK ,
IlflHl w, IIfI 1 BO! :,""Ih.* illiMilMf : hate Austrian !tHtJRHtfiR@ ili \iAij-If bride. en( the lfIlIl11 day pf their
*H IMF: fBFFFM from thtIn pNlt y.noo: ) MIN awaited! l t4Y the administration, AT giiH) O'CL'KCOMPIMNTAGAINST(!' ( hAIl mAAIl! The president; arose ;
Hiy and,\ ARIA fane m fiAtlilmli! | = strained' relation: between' : the two shortly after 7 n'tfpck and after

i primula ThU end* the firltl l fhitp> ALIATTACKS ON BRITISH REPULSED[ [ governments have developed into R A G A T CARRANZA. breakfasting\ in hi\\* private apart-. WAS BADlY BURNED SATURDAY
ler fir f ttluil 1 wHilurr npnlt1tfliHtI decided tension in official i fireles. because m llti. began. the task pf cleaning l up
"Hut| most colossal' | failure pf the of the determined attitude of the volume pf accumulated con e
Wttr," Von Per (ioU Commands the the Unite) States.:; That.a grave danger State Department Hears That spondence. |n8 dictated! responses to Was Well) Known Society Leader .
t After ten months of fighting, and of in the relations of of
A rupture messages congratulations received
"First Chief Is Confiscateing
Forces of S"Han-Cpnstan -Her Loss Keenly Felt
after 100,000 casualties and! the loss the two countries is admitted! by administration from rulers in Europe: South and
of six battleships the allies now hold! tinople Reports Heavy officials. Acting on the Property of U, S, Central America and personal friends. by Hundreds of
approximately 4 1-2 miles on the ex- UritUh Losses advice of the foreign office at Vienna, Citizens Later he and Mrs. Wilson appearedupon FriendsThe
> treme tip of the peninsula. Count Zwiedinek, Austrian charge, is the links. The day was ideal .
An official statement issued by the London, Dec. 20.-Losses estimatedat known to have made all preliminary El Paso, Tex. Dec. 20.-The city of for golfing. Christmas spirit of many people
press bureau today announced the 2,500 have, been inflicted on the plans for a prompt departure from Jaurez, Villa's only source of revenue Every arrangement has been madeto was dampened when it became
withdrawal. the United States in the event of a and supplies, became a Carranzista allow the distinguished couple to known that Mrs. C. G. Westcott had
. Asquith, in the house of commons, Turks who are attacking the Britishat severance of diplomatic relations. possession at 2:30 p. m. today. The spend their honeymoon quietly in the died at 9 o'clock yesterday morningat
added tat the transfer was made inS Kutelara, according to the reportof seclusion of the mountains of the
Villa garrison evacuated upon instructions her home on Lucerne Circle as the
pursuance of a decision reached by General Townshend, commander of. LARGE NUMBER OF ARRIVALSON from the Villa council of state in which they both were born.A result of painful injuries sustained on
the cabinet some time ago. the English troops. SOUTH BOUND TRAINS war at Chihuahua. Governor Fidel section of a hotel was set apart Saturday morning when she was bad-
Neither the press statements nor The report states that all attacks} Avila has been appointed Villa's suc- for them, and secret agents attempted ly burned with kerosene while spray-
the premier made clear whether or on the British position have been re Every train arriving in Orlando cessor as supreme commander of the to keep off a corps of photogra- ing some plants.
not the entire campaign would be pulsed. from, the North is bringing in large conventist forces.Immediately phers and moving picture operators. The death of this beloved woman,
abandoned. Sallying forth the English, and In- numbers of winter residents and vis- I I after the surrender who was known to hundreds of Or-
dian contingents attacked the Turkish itors. The hotels and boarding agreement was signed Col. Hipolite Announcement Simple in Form lando people because of her close as-
Munitions Troubles Solved by Great advanced trenches.An houses are getting quite a number, !'!Villa, brother of the general, was arrested Washington Dec. 20.-Cards announcing sociation with various clubs and in
Britain official report from Constanti- while a great many more have homes, I at Juarez and is held a prisoner the marriage of President social circles, came as a distinct shockto
London' Dec. 20.-Lloyd George, in nople states that the British lost and others seek apartments or lodg- II t at military headquarters. lie Wilson and Mrs. Gait are being sent the community. Her loss was a
the house Jof commons this evening, fully 1,000 men in the recent fightingand ings. A well known transportationman .will probably be deported to the out from the White House. The an- personal one to scores of men and
made thf announcement that the government that 100,000 Turks are operating was in the city yesterday and I:United States. M nouncement is simple in form, merely women who had become intimately
has finally overcome the munitions against the British at Kutelara. stated that the tourists are fairly I The terms of surrender of the Villa saying that "Mr. Woodrow Wilson acquainted with her during her five
difficulties and that the manufacture According to a Geneva dispatch to pouring into Florida at Jacksonville'and :forces involved\ were that they should! and Mrs. Norman Galt, nee Edith years residence in this city.
I "} of war supplies is on a firm the Paris Temps the Turks are com- distributing themselves over the i J receive amnesty and be incorporatedin Bolling, announce their marriage on i She was vicacious and attractive,
and that the will hereafter '
footing army manded by German Field Marshal state, and that some of the small Carranza military establishments Saturday, the 18th of December, 1915, : her personality was striking, her
} be supplied with its full wants.
Von der Goltz. sorts in the state are already filled re-I'and that the officers shall retain the Washington, D. C." warm and generous heart knew no

most to capacity. He predicted same rank which they now hold. bounds, wherever one was needed
London, Dec. 20.The
Orlando the best season in her his- In addition the Carranza government : with initiative and ability to performsome
troops at the Suvla and Anzac districts REV. J. B. LEY WILL RETURNAlso I CONTRIBUTEYOUR"MIIE"
of Gallipoli peninsula have been : tory. I. propises "financial assistance task whether in society or in
withdrawn.The :to pay the" troops of the surrendering club work Mrs. Westcott was always
GILBERT AT LEE ELDREDGE TO generals. selected for that particular duty.
following official statementwas Rev. Smith Hardin-Both The Sentinel
There was speculation here tonightas : Santa Claus Fund She
issued here today: APPEAR AT ROLLINS I strove for the beautiful, as attested
Reappointed to Orlando- to whether Villa will continue the Reaches $162.30 Make
"All the troops at Suvla and Anzac TONIGHT by her deep interest on the .
together with their guns and stores, Conference Comes toa I war despite the desertion of his It $200-$11 Came in civic art committee of the Orlando
.have been successfully transferred, Close Gilbert At Lee Eldredge, the fam- strongest subordinates and half his YesterdayThe Civic League.
with insignificant casualties, to an- ous impersonator' will appear at army, and prominent Mexicans believe As chairman of this committee she
> other sphere of operations." The Sentinel last night received a Knowles Hall, Rollins College, this I that he will quit, but nothing Sentinel Santa Claus Fund is devoted her time and efforts towards 1
The Suvla Bay and Anzac Cove positions telegram from W. K.: Martin, county evening in a program of costumed (I I definite has reached the border as to growing: and by Friday night should I creating greater: interest in the beautification j
are on the north coast of Gal- tax collector, who has been attending: Christmas sketches. Mr. KIdrcdge: the attitude of Villa. reach the satisfactory total of an and adornment of premises, j
upon peninsula. Anzac Cove Is about the Methodist church conference at who has scores of friends and admirers even $200. Do your "mite" and the I lawns, homes and property, and had J
16 miles from the tip. Suvla Day is Tampa, stating: that Rev. J. II. Ley, in Orlando, arrived in the city Villa Fleeing? fund will grow. It is for a good I launched a movement for the general i
five' miles farther. pastor of the Orlando Methodist yesterday afternoon. All lovers of Washington, nero 20.-A complaintwas cause, ItpcauiK every little boy and Improvement of the outward appear
Meaning In ObscureAs church, and Rev. Smith Hardin, presiding high class! humor, In large amounts, made in the state department today girl will have pleasure brought to ance of Orlando. Indeed, she was 1
no mention U made in the llrit.Uh elder for this district, would should not fail to attend the perform I by Representative Flayden, of them Christmas! morning when Ranta busily engaged in the culture of the .j
announcement of the allied position both return to Orlando next year. ante at Rollins this evening. Tickets i I Claus' unloads his toys and clothes beautiful products of nature at her <
in the Budul-liahr position at These reappointments will be wel will be. on sale at the college. pro-cedure ahd groceries!' Think of the petaiura home when the UhforBeen cut short
the tip of the peninsula, it Is not clear come hews as ltev Ley and jtev liar -- -------- I \ you Will feel Christmas! knowing that her ideals Mm. Westfotl'rt", desire to 1
whether the withdrawal of troops indlcatrs < din have endeared themselves to the mruN; (or .\t.AtLHL'IIUU) ( 14 are ' as ate Le yoU hAIl tt share In Contributing to the make of Orlando a more! beautiful
a decision abandon\ the effort people\ In this eomhiuhitv' the cons t'U1-HtS) CtlNMl'lltAt'Y ling I pfttdiftttly confiscated! by General' rottifott of bthet, the fund wee city' wee tt Worthy ambition, and alt !
to force the Dardanelles tiPtttUI18 feretice fur hefct year Wilt be held at = I eltttltM, increased yesterday by tit, making. though I'fovi.lehce terminated her t>ta ]
Inertly a readjustment of the! tlcda.' Washington lips, 2fl.llefllln\ of I I Further data tin the subject will teepeRted a total' to date I of t\02M\ The Urlartdd > funs her inciting influence will eon t
allied I ft'tii.Ut'ftttiR! AIIt\'iUlI\' in a Kttttemeht 1 Uued tonight I Illtt l I.y tUttyden in a day or two l W, C. T U fume to the front tinue. No mutter what duty Mm, l
Offensive in W.llt l t'IIUIP4'I'M'HINUP4( t'UIUP4 charged the ei!!tt>nee ef an unlawful i iHeiretary I Iftftllftjf! will with II, !and tiny Scout{ troop 4 gent NVestcett! WHS palled" upon to I perform
Home{ indication/ ef the long etp@etel > P4'I'\IIIIW \' ;PHlmlt'fll ,\\' ,, cnnapira@y, between, ppinners/ i I ter up with General l tM"@ttlpttmt"1! ) erftuly donated I3.fii the attacked it with all the fervor of
1 offensive i Ilf the (lefitiHifi ,In = and sptH'ulaters: !! to depress' J the (pike patches to the, Mate i'retioufcly acknowledged , ,J14.10' :!/) her !foul 8pirit and energy were her
flftriders, where the massing! of Te"= fhrUtmas.. Mting club eon of potion and urge the abolition of ;; meats this afternoon that Mr, If, l 1ft and Edwin'lieeman 5.00: foremost traits Qt character, and '
tonic troops' U fthl l t to have l been in ducted by the People National Dank the New York and' New Orleans rot* I Willa I may come into the United Pfatea Orlando W P, T, V. 'I" , , , 5o: added to this her original sweetness!,
probably l front Juare aa political Cash . , , , , , , , , charm and unusual mannerisms won
ppegres! for !several' weeV, i I. poi: U proving more and more popular, as ton exchange or criminal prosecu= I I a , , ,50
tamed in official UritUh and French was proven "by the large number who lions of the offenders, I I I rtfltlfflltfHl that thin will end the rev. May HfOHtu Troop J , , , , 2,50 for her countless friends. and "dmir.
report which !state that under a joined the Jifl{ | flab which was organized 'olution in Meiira I SQ far "Ii Villa. and John MrEwgn, Jr, , , , , 1,00 erStWhile
| cloud pf gas Germans attacked Brit ; yesterday, MANKKUS': CONVENTION thin faction i tli concerned grief has come into scores of ,

I jsh trenches northeast of Ypres, According Total . . . , , ... .$1 0 homes because of her untimely demise j
I to these reports the Germans CHALMERS: \ ..X.TmnTY"Freeman Geo, E. ,cashier of the Or- WERE DELUGED one's heart warms in sympathyfor -4
ailed so completely that few of them lando Bank and Trust company will HALLS INJURED the bereaved husband who must j
(emerge.! from their own trenches and Phillips, agent for the deliver an address in January before The postoffice and express company bear the loss alone. Mr Westcott, 1
those who dij so were mowed down Chalmers automobiles, returned yesterday the Witham bankers of Florida, who were deluged yesterday by the "Do Lieutenant Frank Rails, Jr., happened who is in somewhat delicate health, 1
| Sy artillery fire.Artillery from Jacksonville with a new meet at Jacksonville. !:your Christmas sending early" crowd. to a very painful accident yes has received the sincere sympathiesof 1
Duels Continue "six-thirty," five passenger Chalmers, terday. While directing the removal many friends, and this in a meas-
Along the remainder of the western the newest production of the Chal A Prominent Winter Resident I of a heavy safe from the old South ure has helped to dispel the shadows -1
Mr. Westcott has retired from active
front the interminable artillery mers Motor Car company. Florida Trust Company building he
duels continue, with the French guns: caught his hand under the safe and business life, but is connected with
bear St. Mihiel developing an intense ATTENTION, SCOUTSAll Dies While Attending ChurchMr. meshed it very badly. The doctors the Westcott Automobile company, of 1
Ind., and has other
[fire. had to take about six stitches in it interests. many

the members of troop four are -- before they could close the wound.- 1
MOTON NEW PRINCIPAL OF asked to be present at a business James M. Ross, one of Orlan. all who knew him had the greatest: Arcadia News. Mrs. Westcott was born in Ger- .
TU vEGEE meeting: on Thursday, December 23, do's prominent winter residents, who respect and admiration for the man, many and had no relatives in this
who beneath a calm and apparentlycool CONTRACT CLOSED FOR LOUISVILLE country. For a number of years she
at the Methodist church, promptly at has been coming to this city for several
Now York, Dec 20.-Major It. R. 7 o'clock. demeanor possessed a strong CAMP I.V FLORIDA and Mr. Westcott resided in Leesburgand
from Middletown, Pa.,
Moton, commandant of cadets at Joe Woodneck, Scoutmaster.SEW reasons faculty for friendship and for kindly later came to Orlando where they I
Hampton Institute, Va., was appoint. died very suddenly at the Presbyterian deeds. Mr. Ross and Rev. A. A. Rick- Sanford, Fla.-Walter S. Adams, have resided for five years, occupy
ltd today to succeed Booker T. Washington I church Sunday evening at 7:15 ert, of this city, were college chums.Mr. of Louisville, Ky., is in Sanford to- ing a beautiful home on Lucerne Cir-
as principal of Tuskegce Institute YEAR'S SERMON o'clock just before services com Ross was an uncle of the famous day and has closed the contract with cle.
receiving the unanimous endorsement menced. lie was enjoying his usual Charlie Poss.Services the Louisville baseball club and local Mrs. Westcott was formerly Miss
of the selecting committee, Rev. Eleanor Gordon will take for good health and was seated in his over the remains were sports to train and hold its exhibition Florence Voyt and was born in Ger-
|of which Seth Low is chairman. the subject of her New Year's sermon accustomed place in the church when : held last evening! : at Hand's undertaking games in Sanford during the spring many, coming to America when &
Moton will be installed as principalof next Sunday, Winston Churchill'slast those seated near him were shocked i I parlors conducted by Rev. T. II. season. child. She lived with an aunt in
Tuskegee Institute on commence- book "A Far Country." to see him suddenly fall over on the ''. McConnell pastor of the Presbyterian California until her marriage at Rich-
ent day in May. pew and gasp for breath. He was I, church, and Rev. A. A. Rickert, MEETING POSTPONED mond, Ind. She has a brother in the
Lots of nice things at Curtis &: hurriedly taken to the Tremont hotel ':.of the Episcopal church. The remains -I German army and several sisters in
= THE WEATHER O'Neal's) marked to sell at one-half where he breathed his last in a few accompanied by Mrs. Ross left I Owing to the disagreeable weather that country. In addition to her
price. We are closing out many nov moments thereafter. I(last night on the 12:30 train for Mid- last night but few members ventured prominence in the Civic League.she
f. For Florida: -Fair today; strong, elties that you want. Come and see The deceased had many friends in i dletown Pa., where the interment will forth to the Board of Trade meeting was a member of the Rosalind Club,
ting winds, becoming northwest. us. Orlando who deeply feel his loss, for J,take place. which was postponed. (Continued on page 7)x

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South Florida SentinelMORNING Uliloij The ideal investment is one that
Following is an article from an feUds a guaranteed net income. The
AND WCfKlV concerning the mani.- investor and the builder by
.................RlIMr'V iicwfpan-r| Income
for the consulting Cook & Co. (Christ builJ.
fdctvre of
f E8SINUTON 0 0'0 ,Bihi.. ......u wr COME EARLYand
allies ing), will receive information as to
EnUrwi .t th. ptvtoRle at Orlando, fr* investments and materials which will
U*. M 8.con4 Clue Mail Mfttur.SUBSCfUrilON "The Sprague Canning Machinery prove of value flans and estimate
AATF.bDu company at Hoopeston has been askedto furnished free, M2-lMtc!

... .. submit bid contract which
11.00 on a
1 YMf a
nail1 Month ...... MO aggregates $1,500,000! worth of aut'pJieli Get your Christmas dinner at the get useful gift*. Delow you will find u list of nice present:
folly. I Month ...... LSI
Astor Cafe Just: like home.
p ilj. I Month ..... .10 for th, aliiei in the European I t.l:.:H-oHc

Wwkly. 1 Year ...................... tl.OO *'\r. The routrait. tall for the mss.ufaeture GUfcttw IlnzorN ,,._..?________$5,00: t
0 of an immense; quantity of TUIIKF.Y8, TVUJF.T IIKNS
Til, PURHCRIPTiONa ADVANCB rAT AI l01I IN metal .parts. probably for Qe in man Ever= Heady, Hazoro ,??_?,.?.,._ 1.00

TO"APVMTUlHtil ufncturinu\ & machine guns and also Country cured hams and /sausage/ KmUw; Iliiznrn ===,,-..,,.,.?.,_.. 1,00)
the manufacture, of fthell new ieorgia cane; /syrup, honeyt' I ,in
Off fr *.,ltr-,.4 ai H, ,H">*/ h.odwl cull t'lirmtt fact moat everything good to PHI, I Ihin Hot Water Hot tiro ---,.. 1.BOWlloy'n I
other munitions / )
U Ml k* 1.odd U lh lino... iiinl the mats that acts the price, No
.*.:. .1'\.I. Ml,,Ul.. \IM,, 11. . month (the Sprague/ company has buM-up genie h@rtt. fair and t>' caredeal Candy. 111'1'| II). ?......__.... ,HO
U< d.f M.r* n,Mi.iil/.". TM ml OpiiIlM l tu HIP.' tleorifla and l''lur"
!. ffctUMi ff MMtMl :4 Mll/.lMI/ II. U been! engaged/ in manufacturing in H *i.l4 "store" every, :21'? Itoi.tie Atreet. J. T Mary Jardon I-Jxt.: nunu.......,.. 1,23:
ilfl$ .dhn.N.
U'trukU I *d lll k* 4f- -- -- email way certain, war ncceMorie, Hmith. l'12'lB-6te:: ,,
d.l.HlI- .*.. """.1,1,,. The 6ttlft l dftMrfH such BI metal CttH| fur fchellri. '' !, thus
ttHttwi. tMulrf' ftellfr lb. .ItIM III writlhl\ MIk providing' work fur employ!, who Turkey, cranberry homemade We have Cigars, In boxi'M' of $1.001111(1! up, which will be, n nice little gift to the
.. dale. .f .. .Ut..,... II Will MtoMthUwl sauce
.1 Ib"110"1, ., tthocflpitoB, ,..., would otherwise prolmbly" be out of r mince pie, plum pudding and hti./ band! or con
"ftIII) tootle l. ito* U '18\\'..&. hard Rauce, huts and l-aislhu. Astor!
,.....h.M *..>.r ..........i..1,11....i UTUUHDAY employment at the present time. I C"re---Chrltmall.! l.ll.U.4lt: : !
'the Interesting part of the Item is t

DKCHMItKIt. : 21, 1913. the work given to employes who Have you located Mrs. Tuttle's Gift

would otherwise be out of employ Shop this season? If not be sure .
Cheer up. On Saturday you will ment. With Germany ruling the you do. M2-8-tfc:

have some new neckties. waves American industry would be City Drug StoreJ.

There will be no night school during o I

the Christmas vacation of the day WAVE OF BUILDING SA collard J.E-l.ettuce.plants. 502 onion W., cabbageand Central I... DEAN, Proprietor Orlando, Florida

school. ACTIVITY.A avenue 12-14-tfc
oWe tremendous wave of building I
would all be generous all the activity swept over the country during See our Holiday 1'rcmium Window.!

time if some one else would furnishthe November, so favorable as to be Finley's Pioneer. l-12-21-2tc.

-wherewithal.The almost amazing. Seventy cities reported I I .I IMy
Christmas dinner-Aotor Cafe-7Bc. I FOR SALE!
o for a total of $34,242,475: : Make your reservations early. Suburban
popular book for a Christmas ringing for the first time this year, 1-12-21-Uc "An Idela !
residence, corner north Orangeand second floor. Lot, 154 feet front on
gift is one with pretty pictures and the comparison with last year on the Home" Robinson avenues, containing. Orange n\enue. Crounds: attractively
which one does not have to read. right side. The mon's increase was An ad. in the Morning Ctrtlfl: .Is asite Library, Kxeptlon, Room, Urn) Sewng nrrnn.tnnlt! sprayed by under.
'lnve tn'ent Room, Dining Room Kitchen ground. system.
o 75 cent, over 1914 and GO percent
for the email boy per Twenty acres convenient to 'antry! Grocery; Room I Lavatory, alt Large garage anti log' cabin play
Preparedness over 101.1.! The total for the 11 city, on hard surface road. "Six on 'first\ floor with bath and A "ineep- house, etc. Will sell furnished' or unfumlnhed. .
means H record of nix Decks' attend.ante months is 'GJU: ,:O 1,1 U. HA against TilE FLORIDA REAL ESTATE containing four hundred) log apartment with eleven windows I .
> nt Sunday school before Christina $f<'nr: ,KUlU( > fur '1nnt year, nit increase citrus! trees just coming$ Into( and seven closets and storage room onCHARLES 11-7-lm

*. - of It per rent.M & INVESTMENT CO. )bearing$ ; twelve acres cleared P. DOW

In H llvoice milt ,tlleil In Cincinnati 'lIirre 1 n uldtpti'itd n feelingnmong their cnntfurtnlilu, \ \ \ two acres (limber;
thlI", have moved\ lllco tn l the .nix: room house,
recently the husband/ wvera Ihr that cent
buys n twenty
lU'sidoncv 111 I' ntt barn and Irrigating) plant'
1I 1"'ltll't !
momentslnre "
has,. nut known U peaceful
pocket' knife I I- not mi IIII.t\lllt.| chin
| to Investigate\
", his,. niarlluu@. p 'ti.titlon for nttt'iidliitf Hundny ('I'l1trnl'l'IIlIU tints\ h"po to tit 1i4.It will pay you \

u srhoid five week,. before, ('Iltl tlnn". nu'i't Bur t'llt'iitw foul\ ninny new Pi'Ire ?:.VUH()( () >
An ewhaiiKB ,*'i>lnlni Hint the fill _U.. e.... OlIU to Kl't IU'lUllllltinl| With U* "Why Not"Hettd 1

are wearing ulioit oklita tu save tam I Like Illiulenliilfg, Tlrplt t.l to be'! unit, (tiur itipthodM of doing) Inul!
letlrtl foC blankets.. and uVeli'oat'' for reproilureil In wimd and ililvPli, full nf

the! hteh lit the, t tletlrilpy I hails hi RII imuli fiiltu'p|, lit any IWE'4.'u! Itiiy null soil Html it box of aborted (li'apefrtilt, Oranges( and TI\ItMl1r.
=----=-u huts of 11' "tl\tu\ mill\ Morttfitgi'rt, loan
event t Il.e t.ilfltttliitt,, assur@tl ines to friend\ at home
soma ppolil@{ | eta Waiting... tu buy\ 11'111I1' titlll- New 1 utk'Vutiii.1 \. tnUIHt)' on gtisiti! itii'ltlprt:* ( nndinoiwy Wallace Co your
't'tj"tllllili kltls. until the lime what F.A AI Realty 10 ., .......$1D0:
Iii pound:
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tI @y can Just ;itlrt'Wl; t get, Utpiil tu the' HIP tlmw. wlitilowN! i in t the i toiP4 in ttll1l1lnJt to build t home* on nyIlnnk 20) pounds, ,========================_==,.__,..=2.00
mijiieltt'ii fur New l .itf'lI. (OilrtMilo) right ,now wtntlil. I'p r@gardpdas .
ttJl'm.. r.mH'lmt for our Ilnom ::1 l Arcade
i n an int@r@;..ting imlnatriftl @vpobi; 1xpress: ) Prepaid

Many people are reponeiled to Hgoo.l tiun, if tine hall, to travel and pay trwnsnptlonn t Phone 117
hard rp\.l\ |, M they appreciate! A down good money 1o s@a' then III+Nn\ JJENEDICT) PHES.
Hrfwtly goo.l Mfuse j for ft goad o4! **"

fll )Honed' dose j of hot Scotch The fact that ft man can walk five -- Orlando Seed & Produce Co.

Q miles round |\ billiard table. in an

Announcements have' been made in evening does not prove that he is Grove for Sale! 206 S. Orange Ave. Phone 166
connection with every conflict that it able to go out on the street corner
was In the interest of humanity Ev* omail letter for his wife, '
t a 80 acre Lakesite, 35 acres In Grove; 2200 fine bearing
cry war has its press agents. o road and
budded trees; 300 Seedlings. Close to
o An enterprising burglar enteredthe town.
Christmas day begins in the middleof First Chestnut street fire stationat
House, Barns Outbuildings. Theatre December 23
0 the Pacific ocean and there Is Springfield, Mass., robbed fifteen Lucerne
where Santa Claus starts and ends sleeping firemen slid down the Big SACRIFICE for QUICK SALE
his only journey of the year.A greased" pole and escaped. ONE JOYOUS. JUBILANT NIGHT


favorite Christmas present for There are now in the United Statet OSCAR F. IIODRK I'HESENTS
the Old Man about now consists of a .003,028 persons native to Germany, Orlando Real Estate Co.
bill for one of those beautiful new Austria and Turkey, and 0,885,724 NEAL O'BRIENAnd
millinery creations for the Missus. native to the nations fighting in the E. D. BRADLEY

---i 0--- opposing alliance." .WATKINS BLOCK PHONE) :;0l I American MINSTRELS
It is the popular thing in waking: a His Great

Christmas gifts to surprise your Although it U claimed that almost With everything new and more people, more songs, dance, acts stories and
friend, but it would often lie more t bo automobiles Two skits by Mil.\ O'HKIKN."DARKTOWN'S .
Aery one will noon driving .. . . .1..8..1 special features than ever In-fore. new
merciful to break it to them gently. discontinue
it is hoped they
o sidewalks for foot passengers : :

The greatest worry the young quite yet. i: difislmas Cards and Booklets : )
swain has these days is what he is o "THE PENNY ARCADE."
to his lady! love for Christ- :
going buy The folks are now coming
young \
Prices SOc. to $1.)0 Seats at Mcelroy's Pharmacy.
maR. Many of them have undoubt- hack from college for the holidaysand : Exquisite select ion(from Ic. up). Also Souvenirs,

erly passed sleepless nights, pondering 0 to see the old folks and! they will :I': Novelties, Toys Japanese Novelties, Stationery, .
over what is appropriate. he found at home at least at meal : and Magazines. :
o :
LOTS OF BITES o : 22 W. Church St. : A-B'COOK8c COMPANY
Whi -key is no longer considered a The person who shall do the mOlt : Br'lnharn & Hill
cure for snake bite but topers will to cheer the hearts of the needy poor I I ONE BLOCK EAST A. C. L. DEPOT CHRIST BUILDING
not despair. There are plenty of oth- will have the merriest Christmas and I : "
er bites besides snake bites.-Birmingham the happiest New Year. Try it and : ;I" II IMMIIIIMItlilHHIIIIIIIIIMPURE II .ID II 11..11 8 1 i I u 1 10%

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Secretary New Lansing's York o World note to says the royal that is see.DR. J. M. MASTERSGRAND { FOOD STORE >.Y WE furnish our clients with Investments yielding a

government of Austria-Hungary .
quarterly or an
regular net income, payable monthly,
more than an ultimatum-it is an indictment VIEW SANITARIUMPort : GroceriesCHRISTMAS $
as well as an ultimatum.The ( nually.
World ends a strong editorial on Orange, Floridaevoted (
all kinds of :Materials and furnish
the Lansing' note as follows: "Forecasts HINTS WE handle Building

of Secretary limiting'' note Raisins, Currents, Walnuts, Almonds, Brazil Nuts, Pecans, plans and estimates free.
have spoken. of it as an ultimatum.It ) to treatment Nose, Burnett
Citron Orange; Peel Lemon Peel Cluster
is more than an ultimatum. It is
also an indictment. Addressed to i Throat and Lungs. All facilitiesfor Extracts, Burnett's Cake Coloring.The ; .
Above Are All Fresh Stock
the proudest court in Europe: it can scientific and successful ; itth'
be answered only by surrender or de Phone 203 No. 8 W. Church St. / 1
fiance. When in tin evil cause. Herlin treatment. I

surrenders, need there be expectationof .
Vit-nna'a defiance?"Ocala Ban- .' ,
ner. ,FNiii IIIIIIM .

Since the war o with Spain the INVESTMENTS: MERRY XMAS j G. C. MontgomeryWe

United States navy has regarded .
monitors as of little or no value. But :
in the present war the British must Municipal and Industrial : We would like to sell $500 worth of the Best Feeds : have employed the service of G. C. Montgomery for

have found that these old style vessels that offered this week, by Friday.night. : and
Bonds, Mortgages on Improved were ever our painting department. Cars overhauled painted.
certain distinct advantages

the possess, for naval they operations have been at using the Darda-themin Property. sociated If we Charities do, we will for give their 1 Santa per cent Claus of fund.sales to the As- :: Prices for Fords, $10.00 to $20.00; Any cars $10 to $50.

nelles in place of larger warships,and 8 per cent. Just received, car of Ballard & Ballard Shorts and :'
also as auxiliaries in the expeditionup Bran. Shorts 16.45 per cent Protein, Bran 15.78 per cent.
the Tigris. Because of their shallow Interest Investments of :
draught and heavy armament the upon .. CURS( MOTOR CAR CO.

monitors are specially fitted for work unquestioned security.
The Produce Co.W.
barred to larger warships carryingguns Co-Opertive .

of the same weight and range CHAS. P. DOW Freeman V. D. Phillips Mgr
All the lessons of the civil war are S. DeWitt, Mgr. No. 10 E. Church St. PHONE 447lillilliltlllilllllllllillllllllliHIIIIIHIIIIIIIII

not yet to be discarded under twen The Peoples National Bank I 14 EAST CHURCH STREET. f.nONEw.M : .

tieth century conditions.-New Yorl : :
World. H)

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There I l
After a week of disreputable shows are fancier towns than our
with fake games of chance and dirty, little town, there are towns that are Tampa, Fla.-Packing houses' of
unsightly tents blocking the principal bigger than this; and the reople who the Florida Citrus Exchange over the
thoroughfares, Jacksonville is itself live in the tinier towns all the city excitement state have been ordered closed until Everybody Knows Where We Are I
again. will miss. There are things after the first of the year, accordingto
The carnival did a great injury to that you can see in the wealthier the annual custom. This is to pre
the city-it was a cruel blow to the towns that you can't in the town thatis vent there being a glut in the market
, business Interests, and was pulled ctf small; and yet up and down there at Christmas time. Shipments will
just at a season when local merchant is no other town like our own little be made only on order for the present
had prepared for big Christmas trade town after all. It may be the street Yancey leat larket
While the patronage was disappointing through the heart of our town isn't Fewer cars have been chipped to I
to the carnival combine, yet wide, Isn't ling/ isn't!' straight' ; but date than last year, due both to some .
several hundred dollars of peo the neighbors you know in our little what of a shortage in the crop and t>t
ples' money was taken and no poor benefit town, your coming with a welcomewill the enforcement of hew regulations T. A. YANCEY, (I'res. & Cen'l! Mgr. IJ
wag derived thereby. wait. In the glittering town with against the shipment of immature or )
Fake fortune tellers, charlatans, its palace and pavement and thrall green, fruit.FARMERS'.
palmist and other fraud were allowed 'in the midst. of the throng you\ will J
to operate in direct violation of frequently l long for our own little IN8TITUTIS BEING
the city ordinances. I I I town after all It you live and workin ARRANGED
While the city I'ollro| authorities\ our town, in !spite of the fact that You ore planning your Christmas dinner now.
kept down trouble\ and held an eagle I'it1* small, you'll find that the town= At Apopka, January 4, and at 1
s eye on the crook that usually follow' ,our own little two-l la the bent kind Ocoee January 5, the annual farmers 1
ouch hows, yet by permission, tha of a town after all,-.EK, institutes will be held. Remember'I

tented frauds and freaks, were a1> I I
lowed to violate the law. Some of the people who bought Only prohibition pies tan be huJ: We have the chicken
turkey, duck, or that mAka. 1 1It
Other Florida towns should beware papers containing the presldent'amessage II in Colorado, where liquor la barred goose you want to
of the traveling carnivals may not have been looking from mince meat, ,
They can plum pudding a perfect dinner. Also a full and
carefully selected line
not possibly benefit any communtiy. I BO much for his views on prepared. brandied peaches, and such things. of 1
They always carry away more money ness as to learn what Mrs. Galt wore
.than they leave and thus decrease the while sitting in the gallery.
JONES GOES JUST THE SAME, Native and Western
circulating medium. AND THEN SOME J
The people derive no benefit from MOTHERS OF BABIES PLEASEHoward's
these shows. Freaks, deformed Route No. 1 Meats
pie, vulgar dances and of Studio, on the Avenue West Bound-Read Down 1
games ,
wishes to thank you very kindly for a.m a.m. p.m
chance are never elevating. responding so generously to the call Orlando --_-,-- 630 10:15: ;00
The city suffered and visitors were for babies for the fair exhibit. You Ocoee -------?-- 7:30: 11:15: 4:00: Beef, Pork, Mutton and Lamb, Veal, Fish and Oy ters.
shocked that Jacksonville should tolerate have done fine. You have loaded the Winter Garden -- 745: : il30; 4:15
Oakland __., 800;; 4s30:
so that it will take until ? -
such shows. People avoided the 1 the weIc after Christmas to pet East Bound--Read UP Nuts, Celery J Cranberries Lettuce and whatever else the market (.
city during the carnival, and the advertigement ready! for more. Please' do not bring Orlando ??----- Oi30: iiao 6:00: n
babies for the Oeoee ... 8:30: 12130: 5:00:
all through the state war your fair until thttW"n81111ay ----" .
Winter Garden lilHi ISilS: 4U5 fords.
after ChrUtmas end then -
most unfortunate Dixie ,
A one.- .
will be Oakland) 8:00: 4i3U
I we glad to run the free prop "' ==''''''

HAH I'UIICIIARKI onition notice will for A be short given.FOR time. longer. Due Orlamto, tom Fare Straight Round, I'hon :a 17. Phone JJ: :}.
THIS WALTONHKHIDKNCH Ocoee ....2;;.ca.n.rifie. \ fl.OO .
I Winter Garden fie.\ I.I: )
SALETO Oakland ,*.=;=,,.=;?6e. 1.40() WE JIVE HAVINtiH CHECKS
A. J, Ijord hai purchased the Col. Route N... 2
SETTLE AN ESTATE 1 Mouth lldUhd=-Read! Down) I
Walton residence on Lake Eola thin
HI ttli H.ftii trti
l U a very attractive property.If Deautlful Stone Residence!! run1t1nJt Orlando ________ TWO lOllfi fiiOO:
. !! of 6 Room*, Hath, Sleeping Pine Castle .____ 7M0:) 1014ntJo| / :
Taft ____. 7l4ft lltOO 6i4S
Porch, Stable-Oarage, Chicken .uu.
be burden
you hot a to North
4 others in old age, do not allow yout Yard, and! about CO( fruit trees, Hound a>-m.Read a.m.Up p.tn ::
brain to become inactive for the moment mostly! all in bearing. Lot l&Ox Orlando h______ HiHO:: 1H4B rti.io::
do that become help 200. Only Iti blocks from Lake Pine Castle _____ $'::00 Iljl5 fi:00: Meat Market
you you Yancey
Lucerne. Quiet, ideal location. Taft -.........h... 7:45: / 11:00: 6s45:
less. The old person with the Use of ..are-rine Castle, 20c.; Taft, 30c.
his mind is a joy to the children and Inquire at 113 Ernestine St., or Children under 12, half fare.
never lacks for a whole hearted welcome W. It. PALMER: Adm'r, Will pick you up anywhere on the
from them. 3 West Pine St. road for 6 cents a mile. We buy T. A. YANCEY, 1'res. & Gen'11\1gr.
anything and everything and do all
_A __ ___ _ kinds of messages for you. We have I .
fine cars and will make extra trip

after A charge the show of 10 for cents 5 or for more suit fares.cases Quality service satisfaction

Man and other large bundles on Route No. ,

, nda Gala[f l M! the I,Boost and street. G the cents car.MORTON Bust.It.on JON98 Route It:is No.&better SONS.2. than

Phone 680. .

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GROUNDS 23,24,25FAIR Zll I Christmas GIr

THURS., DEC. 23t. 2tl6. Pace, Free

for nil Trot and one-half Milo Run.

Cart, DEC, 24i 2tlO Pace) 2il4 Trot

mid Cow Pony Race

SAT,, DEC. 25i 2i22 Pace, Free For

All Pees), and one-half( Mile Run Christmas Morning ,

Goo Music, Goo Racine, Clean a Amusemenl l ln

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Will find everyone happy If

you have ordered your


.e1 Ut" n; plq. .ul)111) as I Ib'o ntplllu I I II II TURKEYWe i

t 'e'llA '


4 Tile Japauee Bazaar /IS ,J

l We have a fine bunch of selected j

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] Turkeys, and our stockof
The Xmas Store of
a thousand gifts.
From the tiny imported toy to the most meats of all kinds is await- ;

elaborate of imported gifts. p
ing choice.
The store where it is a delight to look your j.

III around and see the beautiful things that
beautify the home. i, ORDER Your TURKEY NOW :

Come in and Make Your ,

Selection Now! :I-lw: : M self <&, Co. '

" r "The Parlor Market"T

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ORLANDO CONCRETE ASSETS OF THE AMERICAN NATION wegian Parliament will not award the 111111111111111111111111111111 . 1111111111111111111111111111111111 111111111..

AS SEEN BY SECRETARY Nobel peace prize this year following ,>

WORKS OF THE INTERIOR. the course adopted last year, I

407 Song St. Phone 495 when no award was made. I

1. The indomitable American Spirit | "No Nursery Tree Is A First-Class Tree i :

which makes the overcoming of ob-
Contractors for All Classes of stacles an adventure and progress a -, ..---
Concrete Buildings. All game. London.-The Berlin Taegliche 7-\ : ..: Unless Budded J
2. A pride in great C
Work First Class Rundschau gives the following per- 's .' .i. j ,
achievement, and a limitless ability to ',
centages of increase in the price of 4 i
Also Manufacturers of serve the whole world welL from Bearing
some of the commoner commodities
3. Resources in minerals needed i'Fi 'ia.. t + f
Concrete Building Blocks of every for industry. This can be said in Germany in August 1915, as com-
every pared with August, 1913: Butter, 66
designs, White Way Posts, of no other nation. '
per cent; margarine, 44; dripping, trees of a knohiQuantity I
Gates and Fence Posts, Lawn 4. Abundant are
176; herrings, 46; ham, 66; fat ba
Benches, Art Work, Vaces of becoming increasingly necessary for
con, 140; onions, 270; white beans, j
the producing soils of the
any size or design, Walks, Steps, 5. A climate which assures at all 172; peas, 180; wheat flour, 44; rice, and

Fish Ponds, Fountains etc. time the production of the great life- 172; sugar, 21. .

Building Blocks Faced with giving substances. I '# it _
Granite Coquina, Gravel or 6. Water power to develop sixty .
COLLECTION.Washington. I = of Production.O.W.-
k = w Quality
any other material. Call and see million horsepower. ; r:,
7. Vast stretches of' public domain t
samples. .-Uncle Sam's coffers
rich in mineral and agricul-
were swelled during the fiscal year
lure potentialities.
ended June 30, 1915 by the collectionof .
8. The great practically virgin
Plans and Estimates!! Made $U ,r.Sl,02J: by the Internal Revenue .
domain of Alaska.
Bureau, according to the
annual -
9. Stretches of desert which with Conner.Trees .
. report of Commissioner W. 11. Os-
irrigation be made to produce
-- -- -- can
l The collection the
orn. was great-
sufficient food to supply half the cut In the history of the Bureau.Of like these will work for you while, you sleep. They can't be

Convinced"Y American population. this total, $39.1: H,531 was collectcd grown overnight; It takes time. Contract for YOUR supply NOW,
10. Scientific and Inventive genius
in corporation incom tax
capable of undreamed of triumphs.
Bald the epeclallat ss he with '$43,127, 739 the preceed.Ing .
II, Twenty million boys and girls
stood by the sick contractor "1 can year; 'H.o (nt62 in individual income *
cure you." In the public schools. tax compared with $28,253/134: Two ycnrs ago In their Advertising and by actual demonstration THE OCKLAWA1IANUHSKUIES
"What will It cost, asked the sick
man faintly IIAI.P MILLION TO FIUIIT CAN. the preceding year. The receipts began to educate the public nA to what renlly constituted a rent flrst-clnss

"Ninety-five) dollars." KIU: in' NOW Tim OUTLOOK.Washington. from ordinary sources Including the nursery tree of citrus fruits. The public when shown In our test groves whnt could be tics
"You will have to shade
a ," replied the cuutral'lor"I your pricelittle emergency revenue tax aggregated cumtiltshed by planting trees ns they nre grown In our nurseries began to call for, yes, DtJ* I

got better lid, from the undertaker.\ .-In alt probability j' $:t13r,179,2nb, ( / for the year compared MANn trees thnt were properly propttgtttp'l TODAY nurseries that have not been In existence \
The specialist' stood pat on his price with 'IOS,02tiH( for the precedingThe
And his competitor Rot the job. Congress" ! will 'not npproprlate more I The receipt from ordinary five yenrs, nre clnmorlng ""PKDIOUKKD1. their strung). suit In nursery prudud!

We are specialists" In our line or than' half! n million( dollnrn! to rotntmt sources prtul\e of the emergency title What wuuh'OU! du In their plac Mf, Mauler' ? Why of coursd!: you would sell your
York and imnltttry cHuliUotis prevail the film pithUef! tthll t |Il tuny t1 tll"O-
uf war tat htttotihted to $2v! trees and adopt tltetur: method., Hut ItUYKlt hot I BKI.I.UII rand YOU AHIJIntelested :
I It will pay you to stay lilt the safe '1I"Iltitt this HhtoUiit of four tnlllloiitt II'l'\'PIIU you m-e n n ,

fcili d"lIAld. ,,, k f',1 l for dy ltt>|ttett>htntivi IMIll.au! 1, the (Ptritt| : Mfi that (the : In the Nery brat iestilt you can j jet! from yyur Mt'Uh'It! n you have spent your

Orlando tittAikntah hint rtl'lIittijr: l''tett t'I lier: e1.4t! of PttllwUitg ,the IhteHtnl tt>Ytntie t time ami money tu brln, It Into bearing.TliPii .

ss lilt It U held' tit lie t>eM'eiBive' l.ytfltmelltPi e"H= (iff tilt VIM M'MWIPll"' ''I!|,liT ,per Wittt fl.UiiO H or"lItot..r' till. I do, not he mhlfml\ Ity t'liUm intended for that IHIt'IIII"llIn/! but\ buy your tree \vhere

Steam Laundry finit, I is )Ill1t flow Htalf!,\ \\-ht'l t'ltl'U"' II1ih i'i per ",lItlH up 1.fIlI'PI'; \' cent the )'IIIIUl'ti absolutely\ \ mtfe, (O let t them\ finni t the f IM'KI.AWAIIA)(' NUKHllllll'.H, , theorMimUnrt)

I TmLiy l HII PIMM tight fur Hit npprnprln j : )pit I' 1 IIPfuIP' nf pniper prm'tlfes In |1II'tljI.\lfnt1nn|).\ : for tho expteaa purpu, of produelnn th* one thing

PIIKNCII. DIIV& CM3ANWMI'HONK )\ lltui In bJmn' | out the(l |""lot war loti: MuHdH m'eds In the mnrhet\ t Urtstn'lHsa fruit nnd plenty of It, t

1tAUNt41RtIt 1 (fun In $!IHlI' when the nwml.trs! fJrt 1111, limiMII'llfi) IN VlllVNAi; TO'I'ill' Our tiees wilt|| post you more, inny be flftwn! to thirty coats more, but Professor tjlionwl'dwork /!$
\ /' \LKAN, NWIIN; ,
HH t the 1"I..rhl.t Cungi'essi4 nai 1)c I lI'l\tiuI1 In California has demont! tr te l that on Increase of 50 per cent can be obtained our '

went fell masse 'liefore the |HOll| |&aI }tnmli>n,-An AmfetenUm. dispatchto h,8y, ovr the ordinary method of propagation, What then is the fifteen to thirty cents in

I committee on agriculture and asked the lUihange Telegraph Companysays comparison CATALOGUK( FURE J Write for it,
S. Graves for the much needed relief, with the that |Ur Jlernhard !> ernherg,

members of Congress were: I n C. former Jernian Colonial Secretary,
Shampooing Manicuring, facial) Mas-
sage, Scalp treatment, given under Gillett, I.. I). Jones, J* JJ. Skinner who left the United States last June,
modern scientific principals. My Mr. Ross, Mr. Newell and other has arrivel at Vienna on a political

treatments have given entirely satisfactory Floridians interested in the industry.The mission. It is said that lie will visit Ocklawaha Nurseries
results. An electrical body
massage wil relieve congestion and hearing was exhaustive and IJoumania, Greece, Turkey and Bul-

is a wonderful cure for neuralgia and many questions were asked. The garia. I ,..

nervous troubles. It stimulates every Floridians may go before the appropriation O. W. Conner- Proprietor, Tangerine, Florida.
in the body and rings back to
organ ) committee next, but that has
you good circulation. Just try one. W. T. ENTRICAN
Prices for switches of the best not been definitely decided.
quality -
on aphcation. Apointments can LICENSED CONTRACTORfor G. G. WRIGHT Agent Orlando Florida IMtMMM
be made by phone 679. Hours 9 to NO NOBEL PEACE PRIZE AWARD '. f \
12 a. m.; 1to6p.m: *
Building Christiania, The 111111 I II11I I IIII1 III . I ......+. . .I . I .. I J II ..a II111I1 II II II ..
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No. 1 Orlando. Florida Norway.- Phone 217.

Watkins Bldg. Schultz Bldg.

Suite 1 and 3 Suite 6 and 7

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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
I insisted I on buying two, which
A1SOVE IS WHAT I ADVERTISED TO DO a 100 per cent on their purchase;
, accounts for the extra lot. .
'O"TE'EEK" ask them.


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4 T> SANTA CLAUS Has Established his Headquarters


.A.t the .:Big Store

sNeer! Toys!

Bought this season. Our Toy stock is new, fresh, and clean


DOLLS-The greatlest Collection .

Dolls ever seen in Orlando Toys
Owing to the fact that our toys!! and dolls were late Inarriving
Dig dolls,little dolls,blond dolls!, brunette dolls!,or cute ,we have decided to give a special discount begin Toys!!that charm baby,tickle the children,please", dad and
little dolls.! Thousands! of them,each of them wanting a nlng Monday morning,its! we must! not carry tiny of them mother and amuse granddaddy and grandmother. You
home. over,BO to nil purchasers of dolls, toys,or games! we will never SHW no many toys.
give n discount, of
20 per cent 1-5 off the regular price

Merry Xmas at THE BIG: STORE/

SANTA,CLAUS is in the FURNITURE Department this week,waiting to give you a Xmas Present in cash :


V 4
To each customer making a CASH purchase, you will be handed back in CASH 5 per cent of your pur- TO \' !

chase. This is a present worth having. A car load of beautiful Rockers in Mahogany, Oak, Willow and t

: Ratan,just received; also a beautiful line of Hong Kong Grass Furniture.JUST .




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J. J. McCranie, who has been ROBINSON & BEARDALL .
visiting relatives and friends at
Winter Park News Waldo, has returned to her home in ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
this city. While absent Mrs. McCra
Pine Sreet
nie attended the wedding of her No. 4 West
niece, Miss Ethel Boring, and Mr. No Leaking in
Harvey Harden, which was solemn- Phone 161 Your Pocket,
ized at that place Wednesday.Mr. : Because No
Daily Budget 01! Items ConcerningThe Air Around the
A. M. Jones and his attractive DAVIS & GILES Point. How About
Town And Rollins CollegeCHRISTMAS daughter Miss Marian, have returnedto An Edison Pen
Orlando from Mayfield Ky., the ATI'ORNEYS-AT-LAW makes writing easier than
former to spend the winter and the '---- talking
MEETING ROLLINS UNUSUAL ATTRACTION THIS latter the Christmas holidays. Theyare Phone 72 The ink flows freely the One of L
EVENINGThis making their home at the New instant you touch pen to
Y. W. C. A.
Rooms 6, 6, 7, 8- paper- Mops when )'outak.e
The Christmas meeting of the Rol evening at 8:15: o'clock GilbertAt Lucerne hotel. Mr. Jones and Miss Davis & McNeil! Block jour pen up.
lins Y. W. C. Association was held at Lee Eldredge, the noted impersonator Marian have many warm friends in Note the two little circular
5 o'clock last evening with Miss Ma- will give a performance at Orlando who are delighted to see reservoirs in the feed Th ese f or a
rian Pierson as leader, the proJtl'amtaking Knowles Hall. Mr. Eldredge's workis them. Miss Jones graduated from indicated by the arrow.
the form of service. the Cathedral.school in May. She is These deep little reser
a song strictly high class humor from Victor Starbuck roirshold ink In readinessfor
Attractive features of the eveningwere start to finish and is well known to now attending the National Park writing take up the
solos rendered by the Misses Winter Park and Orlando audiences.It Seminary in Washington D. C., and ink and hold it When your ChristmasGift
Gertrude 'Hall and Edna Galloway. is anticipated that a large audiencewill will return there the first of the New ATTORNEY-AT-LAW pen testes the paper. -

Following the program the girls take advantage of this opportunity Year.A Phone 161 Let ui demonstrate thegreat
advantage of our .
opened a large box of candy which to witness his work again by patented feed and safety
came as a Christmas gift from Mrs. attending the performance at SALE AT FORMOSA BY FIIED No. 6 W. Pine SI. Urland, HaRa crew cap Say good.btetrt ?
W. It. O'Neal, of Orlando. Know lea this evening. Ah admissionfee DALEL "fin, et smearing"pens
Oct tdison:
of fifty\ cents will be charged/ It. itutchlnson has purchased\ a an
M de In nthtyles f m
WINTKIt i'AHK NOTES tickets being obtainable either from nice 10 acre tract In a good location, Sl tts to $id,fed.
I Miss Elisabeth Russell! president of I 5 aces of it net In young fruit trees, One tif eat \lltlllllfI'6l1tll'
Mr. Partly Currier, of University the College \'. W. C. A., or tit the:! and the other 5 acres' all cleared RAY WHITE -giveEdison ""lilt ev@Iytwa
Place, Nebraska! daughter of Dr. and door. ready for the plow. ThU Is Mr. i i\lI\based.
Mm. C. B:, Culfin, and popular wit lIutrhlnl n'" firtt visit to Orlando. ATTOHNEV-AT LAW Pen Co.
were of friend in Winter Park, hn* AMIlliU) : IIUICK HOLD and he was fortunate in securing such I5lt..t"NAi.aPetersburg
arrived to spend> flume week nt the K.: !J.-, Couley' purchased one of the a piece! of prapetty J so conveniently! Roam 44 Va.
\.IUP: vssvnlltsFotp
home: of her parent Jluk-k IM5) model'! sites yesterdayfrom located.Go Watkln Jtlock# Orlando, Fla. cvLUCERNE
the Winter Park Garage. On
The Aliases Geraldine and Vannle accont of his inability to get pars to P Pale & Co.1 for Christ. PHARMACY
Clark two popular Rollins students, from the factory Manager Mason hasbeen mae postals, cards, booklets, and t
leave this afternoon for their home forced to put a number of Uuick fancy baskets 1;:.1g-tfe Worthington Black manATTORNEYATLAW !
at Inverness where they will spend purchasers on the waiting list, but I We Give Saving Checks

the Christmas holidays Imports that Mr Porter state agent I I TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY When in Kissimmee Visit the Palace Drug Store
for the Uuick car, who was in town Phone 617
Mrs. Edwards and Miss Florida BARNARD & RONEY-Auto Repair
that of
yesterday promises a supply
Stone have arrived in Winter Park new cars will be shipped immedaitely. I I or Shop.trade. Second Phone 616.hand 17 cars N. for lIu sale hey Rooms[ 13 and 14 Yowell-Duck
and will spend the holidays as guests street. 12-21-lt worth Buildinjr. 11111111 I 11111111111111111111111111111111111111111111
i of Miss Idabel Edwards at Clover- BENEFIT: SHOW AT LYRIC TONIGHT .
leaf. WANTED-Position by young man,
Just off the farm. 2 years experience ..
T Manager Favor has offered to give in dairy. Sober. Can give ref.
Mrs. Harry Ferguson, dean of wo.
the receipt from tonight's show toward erences. Address, Position, care Sen
men of Rollins, accompanied by Miss a fund to furnish "Christmas"for tinel. 12-21-lt
Marjorie Tallman, spent several the orphans and needy children of Paul V. HutchinsAttorney
hours in Orlando yesterday morning.! POSITION .WANTED-Young man
Winter I'ark. That the cause is a of 25. Can do any kind of (clerical
worthy one goes without saying, andit work. Good (talesman. Willing to and Counsellor at Law That you will make no mistake in the purchase of
William Stone has returned from is to be hoped that the Lyric will do anything Address W. I.. Martin,
the University of Florida to spend hotel. 12.21.1t'Room
core Arlington
the Christmas vacation at his home be well patronized this evening Davis & McNeil HIdg
in Maitland. volt CHRISTMAS No. 3, Schultz Bid*. ORLANDO, FLA.

Jt.'. still time to have a sitting for TRY SOME OF THAT RICH FRUITCAKE I Dr. C. W. Fain

Christmas gift photos at Siowort'iStudio I Christmas gifts to men, as he knows what they
Schultz building. 12-21-2U | DENTIST Dr. F. F. Thompson your
F. O. STONE BAKING CO. and that they 0. K. r
are guarantees are
Office Hours: 8 to 12, 2 to 5.
Watch for P. Dale &: Company' Sold In Winter Park by I DentistFormerly Place your orders now with the only Exclusive Cigar
announcement in tomorrow's Sentinel F. W. SHEPHERD .
Store in Orlando.
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iI1.ttllijjj1IIlllIl1TlliOrtI # ; ! Over 115 SOUTH Curtis &ORANGE O'Neal's.W GOOD AND BAD CIGAR STORE

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OPTOMETRIST New Overland I at $800Oversize

e -E FIT GLASSES GRIND LENSB Tires i Shock Absorbers and Extra Tire
AND DO ALL KINDS 01'o""ru >1
( IttctattttMa Buick 40 at $400,

SLEIGH BELLS New Tires and New Paint

and Sub-Dividing
Are the happy people who on Xmas day

receive gifts bought nt PROMPT AND WORK ACCURATE Winter Park Auto Co. jj jjj


EVANS JrWrlRY STORE Civil-Engineer

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Si We l labs\ t ii iHH.t) many\ day* in picturing F. A. PEPPERCORN LIABILITY' AUTOMOBILE

(out' Xnww &twk and now our P@k@tlon.aliti1k .
fopEverything th Ihlattlt: 't ,

: to Please Everybody
L Percival Hutton

We offer you just, what you want at 37 Liberty St., New York, NY Georgia Casualty Company '

I just the price you want to pay, Thou- ARCHITECT[

sands of articles from which to make your McNeill-Davia Building, Orlando GEO. A. IIUTCIIINSON, General Agent

selection from the most complete jewelry Florida. Orlando, Florida

s a store in Florida. I Member F. A. A. Room 4 and 6 Watkins Block Phone 700

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The Longwood Hotel

Graduate of Davenport, Ia., Col]I. Open under new management Special attention
r dV lege. given to auto parties.
Ile .
,. Specialist on Nervous and Rates $2.00 and up, American.: Special rates by the
I Chronic Diseases. week or month..

it Located at Longwood, Fla., the town of opportunity.D. .

4th Floor, Y. D. Building A. MIDGLEY, Mir.

Phone $/9

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I I 11UUi'IU enctflj -1 1nrt'1 ;Mi.+.i H ni, Hhn have ''I R i''(f' f I1I1IPFRvRritI 'TiRT IT AT 1lbfiN' 'rH
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HArth farnlina, ffhm i,4 tA thfir Tnn.\l'/i/: "I'lfftfilMII() '
"THE:} ninqilPHB' :: KUHY"A
home! An 'Lucerne! Circle )yesterday af-
( (r.n"n"' ) I nvip Muffinw: ; \\ '.OSr tffJlAA'h Mr| George Patterson, who PtT'ONa Thanhoqaer' nJi: drama hIJF"
I IMINPII( has !been! attending! the University! pf
Tue.day I Ummter: 31't' RelianceWEEL.V
':;prosj, Club. Second address! by Rev, The Civic League! ball which was tQ Pennsylvania, at Philadelphia, accompanied. "'
News of the
Eleanor: U, Gordon in the series i-n have taken place on Christmas night hU mother and sister to Or- THAT day
Democracy in American letters has been indefinitely postponed on 'lando to spend Christmas. MrsP. R. FaUtat comedy, featuring Riley
> eremb 23.
Mrs. I... T, Hewitt entertains the account of \\\\a death of Mrs. C, G, pohnestock and son, of Planes- Chamberlin.
Bachelor Girls with a Christmas Westcott, one of the beloved and valued dome, I... daughter of Mrs. Patterson FIVE"Get CENTS the habit.TO "ALL. .
party. members of the League. were also members of the party
Afternoon party at the Rosalind Club, order of the
By president, Mrs. arriving yesterday.
Mis Mary Robinson, chairman. Mrs. John Trott and her cousin,
\ Friday, December 24. A. L. Forde. - Miss V
left Orlando
Margaret ,
Christmas party, children of the Unitarian --oROSALIND The "Holy City" was again rendered Stepper .
yesterday mornin.* fcr Miami where ,
Sunday school. j CLUB NOTICEThe at the Methodist church Sunday
Saturday, December 25. thtj' will make thiir future home .
Rosalind Club rooms will be night before a large audience, the
Christmas dance in the Armory given
'by the Civic League. closed on Thursday afternoon of this free will offering netting nearly $50. Mi. Trott preceded them to the Magi< THE BEST GIFTS ON THE TREE will be articles of Jewelry
City: about two weeks
-0- week on account of the death of Mrs.C. Mr. Carr added to the program by ago. from this establishment. We are proud of our stock. Choose I

ALL MEMBERS OF MENDELSSOHN G. Westcott, who was a season singing a selection from Handel's H your gifts and let us lay them aside for you.
CLUB PLEASE member of the club. By order of the "Scipio," "Hear Me 0 Ye Winds and
NOTICEMr. president. Miss Margaret I. Hart. Waves," being accompanied on the SpirellaCorsets t tIb
Carr desires every member of Ada Bumby, secretary. pipe organ by Miss Helen Nicholas. ALLEN: & CO., JEWELERS.

the Mendelssohn Club to report - -- -
Wednesday morning at 10 o'clock in Mrs. A. R. Bogue left yesterday afternoon -
The regular meeting of the boardof Not sold in stores cJ!
( )
his studio. The death of Mrs. West- over the Atlantic Coast Line 01:1
governors of the Associated Charities -
cott, whose interest and kind sym for Jacksonville, where she will spendthe Wear a Corset made to fit you.
will be held at 4 in
p. m. today
pathy in every undertaking by the Christmas holidays with relativesand Ask for a demonstration.Send .
the office of Mr. Lloyd S. Tenny, up.
club should member to friends. postcard to
cause every
stairs in the Guernsey building, on PREPARING FOR
be present as a token of appreciationfor -0-
Church street. Mrs. Van Buskirk l CHRISTMAS NOW
the many noble deeds this generous The Cathedral School for Girls
woman has left behind. --0- closes for the Christmas vacation to Corsetiere I A little touch of paint\ here and there
i I Christmas dinner-just like home- will put the house in shape for the
Forrest D. Carr.PROGRESSIVE. day. 308 Magnolia Ave. Orlando '' ) holiday season. Let fill
us your
Astor Cafe-12 to 2 and 5:30 to 8.
-- wants in the paint line. We handle
CLASS X 1.12-21.41c" NEIL O'BRIEN'S MINSTRELSIn only pure goods and can provide your
The Progressive class of the Meth. with every requirement. Our guar
antee goes with everything we selL
odist Sunday school, of which Mrs. F. all the splendor and freshness

A. Curtis is teacher, has taken as its of a brand new scenic production witha

special work the preparation of a company of undoubted superiorityand GRANDTODAY Orlando Paint & Wall Paper C.
Christmas treat for the girls of the WEDDING with .all new acts and features, P A n .rP 11
'O 205 S. Avenue
Vashti Home in Georgia, and yesterday Neil O'Brien and his Great American Orange
morning a large box containing a Minstrels, now on their fourth annual Phone 261.
gift for each of the inmates, was Stationery tour, will be the attraction at the

sent. Many useful and pretty presents Lucerne on Thursday night, December
were made by the girls of the 23.Few.
class, and these will do much to organizations ever promotedhave

brighten the season for those who Invitation more decidedly or more quickly
otherwise would have little cheer at trained public esteem and confidence Oliver Morosco Presents CAREY HAND
Christmas time. Announcements i than this enterprise headed by Amer.
-0- ica's most distinguished minstrel
At '
J 1101.11 CANDY HA 1,10 star and the announcement of its approaching FUNERAL DIRECTORAND

The Orlando 1'II1RI: ] RuTrace! ( League Calling Cards engagement in this city
a will\ hold n Hate of home made randy conveys to the discriminating theatre nndH.UNt EMBALMER 1
this afternoon and evening In (the I goers an evening of much good,
lobby of (the band theatre At tfI. 11.iteitrhflnt !classy fun and ninny a hearty laugh. 1' GRANT
having kindly allowed them J, \II\ STEVENStiMltlAYlNtl : The O'llHeit hilnstrtta How ut-cupy a

spare. fnC "lltltJth.I The! affair. U tit ( 10.tthilthill I forehioftt! position ntitotitf, brgrthfoa* In a Mint'' Adaptation Of All calls answered Promptly Dayor
rare! ftthiN ht-t't'lMt't foP the!! ftUlTritRtfwork !! 'tlotis bf Its kind a tllotlhctlott gained

tins I 14.. Ih rhntgr!! bf Ml I s Atilt I H ftli Atlahla 'I by 'mftilbtbUs petforhlrihtM! lit/ the!! the Reniittkitlile' "' MHM( # MUN'tIi111f! Night. Hand Pluck
Vrlhti, their! wl hlhg! It Mhil. in |l'lt't.' !t( tterfurhlrihcPS! tlfrttt ntttl fled bfiill

ArdeM! IH Mdvntirtf 'tttrtV lid t M by tenth bbjetUdttrtlile, ffnlUtM: !, yet lately "J' A N I M," Orlando Florida.
fyi j Miner MiM! Wrlttttt bf the! yet!-= tied etlillrtrtttlHtf tlltUUjtlHJuh1tt'JO"W ,

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t.hl. Cathedral! School for flirts ,and.wa
chairman pf the |Lake county
woman's auxiliary committee of the

Subtropical 1 Midwinter! Fair Assocjn* FRANK A CUKT1S WILLIAM R- WEAL
Because of her death the Christmasball

planned by the Civic League for

Saturday evening at the Armory has .
been postponed. Also the Rosalind -

Club will'be closed on Thursday.The .

Senior-Junior dance, which was TODAY
to have been given last night in the

Rosalind Club rooms by Rev. and CURTIS & O'NEAL .
Mrs. R. P. Cobb, of the Cathedral

School, was postponed because of her THE IRISH IN AMERICA: ,"
death, Mrs. Westcott being a memberof .
the school advisory board. Insurance Loans Real Estate i
\Whole-While" Lubin FeatureIn
At a late hour last night no funeral
arrangements had been made. Rentals
Three Parts.
B. Cook & Co. (Christ building) "ON THE JOB,
report a number of house bills sold
COMPLETE LINE OF PARTS CARRIED IN recently. This concern supplies everything A :Mina Comedy. ESTABLISHED 1M.HMMI .

STOCK-NO WAITING-NO WIRE EXPENSE-NO to build a house and fur
nishes plans and estimates free. The
I convenience and economy of this planis

IS NOT THE FIRST COST, BUT THE RUN appreciated by builders and con " "' MMMMMMM , , , , " "

NING EXPENSE, THE UPKEEP, AND COST OF tractors. 5c "Same Little Prices" lOc -- - -

Ride Hamrick's jitney bus, 6c.


SAXON SIX $785.00F.



ASK FOR SAYINGS CUECKS have been appointed distributors for central

Florida for this wonderful car. We will have In two car
loads before January 1st, and want everybody in Orlandoto
ride in it. The only cheap thing about the Saxon is

the price. Equipped with Timpkin axles and bearings

or Carafe throughout, electric starter and lights, genuine leather

I LI- PHILLIPS & S NS upholstery and all refinements of a $2,000.00 automobile
Large assortmentAT Let us give you a demonstration. Carload of the famous
Reo Sfx's to arrive this week You are invited to ride

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

210 S. Orange Ave. lieu and Saxon.PALMS.



BLROY'S Pharmacy


PEN STORE Rw and Saxon Autemebileit

N. Orange Ave. Phone 400I'


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gUt)! EAHtjY=Eatly in the morning, Thus you will benefit hot only yourself but also the! loyal l \\'utketsthu are here to wait upon you, You etui make you wut task of gift buying "

easier, road you eaH greatly lighten the t task 6l the salespeople l l by doing., as much of your CliHstitma Chopping., n=i possible now,

We ttre kueeessfuily solving the gift pF@blem of hundred of people every day!




Xmas Xmas I

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


Christmas Hosiery well selected gift of some practical article of jewelry is a sure way to please a man for Fancy LinensHand
Christmas. Jewelry that he can put to everyday use is the kind he likes best. Vast assortmentof
Very attractively boxed for gift giving. tie pins, charms and lapel buttons, cuff buttons and links, dress sets, belt buckles, tie clasps, embroidered Madeira work. In set,
etc., at a.big range of prices. centerpieces, scarfs, etc., etc. \
"Gordon" Silk Hose, $1.00 and $1.50 box. HANDKERCHIEFSWe Lunch Sets, 13 pieces, from $5.00 to.$14.60

"Gordon" Lisle Hose, 4 pairs in box___.$1.00 Centerpieces from $1.25 to ............ 6.00 r
"Phoenix" Silk Hose, 2 pairs in box____$1.50 have assembled for the Christmas season a stock of handkerchiefs that will never be Scarfs from $2.25 to -.__.__..__.__._ '1.60lIem.titched
Phoenix Children's Hose, 4 pairs in box $1.00 surpassed for its vastness, good values and fine qualities. We have omitted nothing that would Madeira work:

Children's Lisle Hose, 2 pairs in box_ 50c. make a handkerchief display complete. An unusually fine array of linens, silks and silk and Lunch napkins, each ___________-_____ 35<:.
linen mixtures in plain effects initial, border and pattern designs. Also combination sets of hand-
Lunch squares, $1.00 to ______$3.60
kerchiefs, hosiery and neckwear. --------
Hemstitched scarfs, 75c to ____________ 3.00
a "Kayser"\ Silk Under NECKWEARNeckwear

for Christmas arouses a man's real enthusiasm. We have selected this season a
Vests display of neckwear that makes all previous stocks look small. Perhaps never before was such a Fancy Handkerchiefs .y
large, well balanced stock shown. Every good fabric, every attractive color, every novel pattern,
: Very special: A cleaning up of this make in every new shape is represented. Boxed or singly. Our Christmas assortmentis
Silk Vests in white and colors. Regular Prices most unique in its completeness.Pure .
range from $1.98 to $4.50. BATH ROBESIf Irish Linen. Genuine Hand Embroidery.
you want to cheer a man up-if you want to make him comfortable, happy and win his
' At Half Price friendship for life, give him a bath or lounging robe for Christmas. Our Christmas displays Prices from 15
show all the newest effects at moderate prices.SMOKING. cents to

JACKETSGive 65 cents each

Comfey Slippers "him" a smoking jacket for Christmas and watch his face beam with delight. We could
: not suggest a gift that would qualify for a higher place in a man's appreciation. Our stocks this Silk
t Vomen's Comfy Slippers, all.colors $1X0 pair season show every good smoking jacket style, color and fabric-every new effect is included. And HandkerchiefsWe
Boudoir Slippers _________________$1.25 pair the prices are within the bounds of every one's limit.FANCY have just received a shipment of ex-

Misses' Red Comfeys ___________.$1.00 pair VESTSThe quisite Crepe de Chine Handkerchiefs in a

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

Men's OvercoatsJust CANES AND UMBRELLASWhen .

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

Special Xmas price caps, pajamas, underwear, hosiery, sweaters and many other sensible articles to be Pricedfrom35c $1.50
found here make splendid Christmas gifts. The man receiving them will be doubly thankfulfor -
$16.50 a practical gift is always more acceptable than a useless one. Our Christmas displays show
wonderfully fine selections of practical gifts for men-at prices you'll gladly pay.
Boudoir CapsThe
Ostrich Boas demand for this dainty fantaisie is
the shrill winds blow and when the dust flies a man is more than pleased to possessa ever
muffler. Mufflers are necessities to the man who wishes to be well dressed and thoroughly pro- on the increase. The Christmas assortment
50 just received in Black, Black and White tected. And they are mighty acceptable Christmas presents. We have an excellent holiday just in justifies their poularity. Never before
and colors. Much under value. stock of them including all the choicest colors, patterns and textures. have we shown such beautiful combination ef

Priced for quick selling GLOVESGloves fects.Prices from 35cto

can always: be counted on as high bidders for the favorite position in the ranks of range
i $1.98, $3.50 and $5.00 Christmas driving gifts too. for men. We have them for dress 6 and street wear-and for golfing, motoringand I $2.00


TIMELY SUGESTIONS FOR THE FESTIVE BOARD A full line of Richelieu Pickles, Preserves, Jams and Spiced
We have all the condiments necessary for 'I Fruits, Figs and Mince Meats.
New Nuts, both whole 1 and shelled; New Popcorn.
The kind of Cheese we carry, includes
the Christmas Pudding, Pies and what. not I Stuffed and whole Dates. Limberger, Imported Roquefort, Neufchatel, Cream, Sn-
I Crystalized Cherries and Ginger. py, Welch Rarebit, Imperial, Pimento, etc., etc.



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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.
Velocepedes, Automobiles, Irish Mail, Carts Tea and Dinner Sets, Toy, AluminumCook in Holiday Boxes. Men's Initial Handkerchiefs
ing Ware and Dishes. SCIIOENIIUT AUT DOLLS
Rocking Horses, Doll Carriages, Trunks, Neckties, Suspenders and Hose, inFancy
Kitchen Cabinets, Furniture, Tool Chests Boxes.

Chairs, Piano i Horns[ Drums, Doll Beds.: .s n
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no inim l'IIUlS'nJ.\H NIIOITIM; .\ UMUi) ': SIGN UOAKf rnn live on thla.I WILL mET IN ORLANDO)
FOR SALE! I I I"Oakland cars are sold everywhere"
KAULY: I Several men, now fathers and The twenty-fourth. annual convocation -

A unique signboard Is placed,' on the grandfathers even, confess they loved' of the Episcopal( church in Its
I Mrs. Gait when she was Edith Dolling I
Trite an l la the advice to "do jour jail property on North Orange ave- and noted missionary district of Southern FlorIda -
Two lots fronting shopping early," we feel impelled to nue which advertises! the fact that a beauty. will be held in Orlando January
"HI, 11 and IA. The hYl'hty-thltlt an-
Colonial Drive tepent It how. Prom the standpoints the "Tale of the Christ adapted I The !prnnd ladle of Washington, hunt' meeting of the dloie.nn branch
of quicker "'service prompter delivery front Urn llur, will be, elated In January I who Ignored the IItI'Uttt'SI1tth'tltttJ'u of the WnmittiS hiHltlnry td t the board
ht shopping tlmuld under the auspices of the ti 1)) if Inl loh4 \tllll 60, hetj lit tltltht'tUuli, twdq of fN tlr1'
East and Park enae!! -you |Ilull-llltely who kept| n jettelry "tor, tvlll how !
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the iTth.lI.IIStl
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1 folk! tilt IPMI! j wily hoi Wt:' UtHr,, 1 ekes! (Itt+ Imuttilittf, HtululIM! ;
unite large I I. Wi, I'lilllll Unit littV ottlit. .fltaIrslen
lthiltlrt, Nt MwttiMI illt.i !' t HIM: KlaitlttHiil' : h i it IfUtft I
live oaks. Corner I II-l rtiMtMmkii, : MV Mill pan*ll I. 5ltIF! .I"litIIIv! l ligMwl! t 'HtM, : hilt (tlf 1 ,\
clllli l WMllli\ It' ell! miit-M wt Itl.IIWtlI111 air.fliti1'I4! 14 I'HtllMtl' f Hit Ilit I,, + lnhlrtl' : ltinlflfl.; I Wrtlll. HiUb\ lltllitf.:
lot $800 Inside lot l Hlrt (III!) UllIHiinjrtl'IF ,, .. NItnf4Iff. Will I h. NtiFt4:! Nnl+eriillFnieht l l lielmnlt\ Intwrd.iy -- .. ,
fit llinktt/n 1.\,1. \ 1 ttllr\ of.' !HI.JIf4 wU11d. \
: I 111 il+ \ ih' +L :-Mrli- (hilt
$700 Phone B07, tl'il; 1 hit Itl'iri Pf f'hrilll lnlatl Hall has $I'iI' f n f\lntUnliniHily It NcFFO.fHl' |Inbeeping ..)i'tf';+ t1.+t 11'ilabalgIOli t street from
Aolr 1nI"'tI.' pnl..ill. +l thil }P4 "IuuM under $$9t r ;tletdiia nf i Iter+ Fiubt lit 1reet'to Tlunntun t'iuk, 711e THE ALTAMONTEPMINin I
or inquire JOB Hill- 'help 1ho. who)( help' t'ou.NFIlftNfl nt _+eau', a Ngbjeta in which seteralmilliuq road mH be sixteen i feet wade and R
great improvement for thatct Hunt 11/T.' I11NTt+ >$ MHUIl 1Null'
American WJ1men are inen| :e-
crest Avenue f ) ''. i 11y| interested.! Mrs, Galt dresses in Orlando. OPEN)

__. _ __ excellent I taste, liar gowns are !'ariamodels. lie sure and take the delightful 10 mile auto ride from Orlando,
u The pew building which is being WAS A UMqili: PICTURE and see the ileauty spot of all Florida." Delightful hotel with
modern improvement. 500 feet of broad piazzas overlookingtwo
0 every
FOB SAW3 CHEAP constructed on the corner of Division I lovely lakes, and over 40 acres in beautiful parks. Golf, Tennis
7w i and Lemon street, under the super I President Wilson and Mrs. Galt The play, "The Wonderful Adventure Roque, Bowling on the green, Billiard and Pool Hall, Bowling Alleys,
brick acres road virgin and fronting pine land for just half off vision of Mr. P. D. Wicoff, is rapidly have a fortune of $300,000 each, or I ," as presented at the Grand Boats, Orange Grove all free to our guests. Finest fishing and
a ,
mile on the southeast side of a beautiful i nearing completion and when finished $600,000 together, it is estimated. At theatre last evening was a unique shooting. The Altamonte is noted for its magnificent location, delightful -
I and social life, Good orchestra of
patronage ( ), Excellence
lake, not far from Orlando. $75'j will be occupied by Messrs. Geo. Hull five per cent. this means $30,000 a ; picteure and pleased an immense au cuisine and service, and purest water in the south.
/ land at $30 per acre for an immediate and R. J. Weightman, who will con- year. The president's salary is $75- : dience. William Farnum took the .
buyer. Address Box 540, NOW. I GEO. E. DATES & SON Owner and I'roprieters.MIM
12-18-6tc duct a grocery store. 000 a year but few chief executives I leading part.
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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. ]

You get plenty of talk about buying early, so we won't urge you ; but whether you buy now or the day before Christmas, this is the time to buy Furniture. Scarcity of dye stuff;
scarcity of good lumber and good labor; 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 .
GOO 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.

Here Are Some Suggestions

Royal' Morris Chair .$12.50 to $25.00 Large lied Ilavanporta,...........$20.00 to $75.00

44I Fumed Easy: Rockers ....-....$2.75: to $15.00 Large Hd Couches ... .........$3.9S to $10.60 s? \

II Fmoklntr Stands ......._........,.$..65 to "0.00 lMrg9 Sfttfrt __....__..........$10.00 to 25.00

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Special Wliher Chairs. T $3.75 to $25 r
it IVilental and! Taburnettes ..........ODc to $15.00
t' 1 Cheval Mirrors ................. .60 '
r $18.50 to $28 .err
Ladles Desks! ....................$D.00 to $20.00 o

L (!'I, .f '. ,' -'' Enamel; Mirrors ***...._. *____*.*.UOj! to $?.:0 1 fJ
: Toilet Tallies' ...$1000 to $23.00

+ .t j F Medicine CablhetA ,.........*..aaaa$1.Dd to $3.00 nT ' I IM
1 ,?i. I/\ Toilet Table Chairs *.=_;*,,;,,;*.*$1 1 18 td $?..60itecelitlott ,=r---- h

Hall Hacks .*.?...,....?....,.*$?.tO<) to $ iUO) t 1
Individual Library Chair uu"uuuuu..t" 8 td .l .M) I -

for uoyd mui G It-Is Ilea Mlfh-M .,,.,...............,. ,41 td $19.60DiningHm I e F '+
1'elfivel2lhallr.Iafl/f NMILINdI+iN Mult'i Cabinet, and Hacks .....zx$3) 10 U llt>dE. = r I
tiNF tetth hVH lay+ + NIIWilidNftbbt,I Mht1.rNMh6 +ettddNlili I +m Chairs i ........,.>..,,,65e td '(500Tall : K' I s j

Plial/alltiFa talaiN with 61P+4i t>t Illlltk hl'h-tllI ... ,. ., - I
PURM*,Hfriff,*}M f HHh.f|H* ,t tllalil "== ass ::rS.I91pg: to $0:60 Iiftl flNl ...............x359 t $111.15 1' / ,
lit the ItltM Ml IMHM ftwtlH N61ia1 i
hihrary Ti1p\ ...........,,,.. M.7& ) A : '
to 1gpecjal a1Afl( :
91 lubc=lrnic. lcc a == Sewing! Table ........,.,,...,,,.:$",&9 ta $1985 l tt

e Bookcases; Spacial i 1 Card. Table :: : :: ..,::. Parlor Cabinet! ,,TTTTTTTT=..,.,,$7,50 to $li,00( I 4A j
,lar.alb ,rrt Ulr,/.east. .Uarr f> :.::1./terLw: .eaa Pining Tables ?-,,$7,50( to $75.00 Chltfoniera nr..n..nnnnnnnn'5.;) to $60,00 t Ill 1 : } -- I Ih Ih.WI,14.t.rt.'d
ur hwr Yid .b...... .A" /urauara, 1 1wwprl .A rA :;

+lacaa"rlur Ihrr PnNxr+of,+at.IwM can Y Ilsla MPlyalnaPWiNe1cPN Special Chin Cabinets ..,..nnn..n 1.15 to $50.00Special Pressers ,.. ,,..,,,,,,,,,,,.:.... ,,$8.50 to $60.00 '-- "1

aiulss.5.1.:.uep--.aW.+ =.r'GI-M-WOK-t'arinta.Iri...:..U..=W.-,tEai_ Buffets ..-,-,--,??-$17-50 to $75.00 HOOSIER KITCHEN CABINETSThe

bea wayt o satisfy yourself, exactly whats most appropriate-and wanted-thing in your case is to come and look thsplendid holiday stock over.


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A hour inn i'AVrt! AND Keene In London td succeed Muriel to Another actor an long as I live.
"I'LAYtm Ilatrer, -- -
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Itltrt tioulii 'has 'left "Mfll.i In Amp'' "1 hl' llutitnthihit" Is to harp tt LfaH \being used! for hchiitlh meetihps OH"tJJAjtll
Ira," ilnH, iHduttloH| \ through Alfred Mutt, Mundad'
Who hm, hUo! hptun-tl! "the tlltie 1'af _. .
fhtftlyd! llrtdh KfHHwIfr1, Jtlrty, "the adise"!'!! fut t the tI\hl'f\ aide!, ""I"'Ntlll'Ih ' (
Nt't.t'Illtf! Hvil" WM ttHnJuted+ Ml' tins t !! = IrtnVfl \ # / 3&.1TO
lht< Hl'lI..htlFilhJ .
htFKfnht In '
hill 'I tl 1tt'1t\t'f\ hun AtIt'It't1! Ids1!' t'tadrtk'k l IIlml-"tll tlitltlltlttlf uttha t : hl, y ails ffHHtM4 + III tftIHHi"1 <
waabUI$4rI IlnIstnshat\ 'tlttl"ttlF+ ht) tiliiidMHi 'U!t Hft! ,\1\' II!/nra l Kfhlll{ l tf '''It-It''t, d k1'a'*&'
hk way ht t Nl'w1.I1 I N\\ Mara' u fl'lh\"ltI'l\ 'l ind wits i.Si .

$ ,''' 1 II"IhHI I flilltflflll'IlIt1'4 tin pwf4fIt"n J ( nI111d 1IITIIII" , '
\ "'; r/11tIYNher. hsunt\ \\jll,
'"ht1M !"vlllt tAw 1JItI-, $ .I'1NYS5P' l MID, fHrmmly ofImon I T II n\ 'Ills 111111
Itt4iarsap"IIb' \has, fli.III1I't fA An' Rill. Nlynijlti In\ elaep, l t tI"+ slid\ ii1 i-
llNmilton.. In' \ "Tlw War.. ThiM" ""IIHI' rwl* flf Mr, )Effi; in' "''hH(' omnMfMl' pf( the w\r, :
An kom wh re (thorn I I. Uuithtsr, ,
U. fUll nf $hs recent Mir vaudvNlllsuccssaes toles, lit U.4 lap, I llymnii pf praise are tttmtf sung,
Mistletoe nnd rope of green
"a\JII.\ l Lowe(III" newcomer: In Are somewhere \being hung)
Msrla Flynn,whit Nat with Joseph vaudeville presenting a comedy of Yet we who stand on guard tonight,
Expectant: sleeve to sleeve,
Santley, hal (gone into T udevill, optimism called "Hope." Our be.rt'ly battle hardened,
Forget it's Christmas Eye I i
The MMi. Information" company Cyril Maude i is nearing Indianapolis Through miles of hostile distance,
has passed away, where, before long, he wiU pre Where climbs the, tender home thought ; THE IDEAL XMas Gilt
sent "Grumpy, I hear the frost-clatmed echo
"Kick In" haa been novelized and Of silver Christmas chimes.
ia to be numbered among the best "God's Way," Walters' new play, Pardon, comrades, for my fancy
Runs wild and free tonight '
sellers. will have in its cast Walter Hamp- Twa but a bursting shell I heard IS SOMETHING[ ELECTRICALAcme -7
den, George Stuart Christie, David I Off there upon our rifcht.: "
"Sybil" \Is the name of the new Ho veil and Josephine Victor.E. I Then he shouted from the ramparts I
I Where life and death held trust,
musical comedy in which Julia San. I At the lines of hidden legions Electric Irons. -
derson, Donald Brian and Joe Caw. II. Sothern is to revive "Lord Through the settling powder mist.
thorn will be joint stars again. Dundreary" in New York. "Must our presents be but leaden Electric Radiant Radiators.
Like the rest that you have sent? Stoves.
Electric Toaster
i I Then Christmas faith
b't may among you
A. H. Woods last into
Robert Campbell is organizing a gone Spoil your aiming and prevent! Electric Curling Irons.
to revive "A Fool There the motion picture field. Unless you court a greater sin
company" j Than you or I conceive, Electric Coffee Percolators.
Was. Jean Thomas will remain with Olga Ground arms and fly the truce flag, Ovens.
Make the pass-word 'Christmas Electric
I'etrov in "The Revolt." '
Irene Franklin and Dert Greene Eve! Some indirect Luminous Chandeliers.
Let memory of days that were
have been added" to the cast of "With.In Earl Benham and Alice Dovey have The thirst of vengeance quench, Up-to-date light effects in ceiling showers and fix
the So the of the
Loop. glory season
been for in"Princess
prominent parts
May each bristling trench; tures.
Pat. Let every heart be softened,
Elsie Janis will resume her tour Every: war tense should receive Eveready Flash Lights and dry batteries.
under the of Charles The silent, hallowed
management Another "Under Cover" message
Dillingham in the spring. She will companyhas That is I sent on Christmas Eve.: '" Mazda Bulls in the new type C, which doubles candle
been started on tour. .
Then as though his cry were answered Mazda at current consumption.
have a new play. power of present same

Adele mood will shortly be seen ina Clear a bugle order rang. Special fixtures for Xmas trees. Tiny lights ready
John Cumberland, who Is In the new play. From far off in the distance:
lIan.r.And for
cast of "Fair and Warmer, has to the War God loosed its fingers Special.
take a vacation to recover his voice; Dion Houclcault is to go Into active At the mandate of the horn,
his part will be taken by Ralph Mor. theatrical management' In his own I The Star of Bethlehem gleamed down All Electrical Reading Lamps 10 per cent discount.
And Christ Our Lord was born
KAn. name in London.

NOTICE Curry Electric Co.
Zoo Barnett I Is the latest additionto "The Angel in the House," with Sittings made up to December 3
"Nobody Home." Arnold Daly In the leading. role, failed will be finished nt the Evans: Studio,
No. 102 North Main. Phone 120. O1IANCE: AVK. .
within a week.! 1.12.18-ntc: :

"Some Itab'y," the company headed -

by Jefferson DeAngell, U about to A niece of Margaret Anglln WAS Oakland l Mix, 175 1'. 0, n.I) Orlando.
clone mnrrlcd last week In Ottawa.
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One) of the new EntrlUh. |>rotlue- Alexander CnrlUle I linn+ the ,prlnd
dune to bo Imported' U railed "A ',It. pnl trill.. I In "llrhold Thy Wife" r.-
tie lilt of "t'lulT," Pruned Wilson -

may be l> seen In the "leading tats Nnt Inmlwln SB Id the other days' "Sturdy M IK*liras )
r "it I hnd Hc.li! lllllUnl'. wife and
Allis Kjrrle t tMlew tins jalnoti hors' It-filler's money lid tiever spank "Onkhihd cars ate said everywhere.."

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I $$10 fRU[ I Find the' Hidden Check I $I 10 fRI[[ _I It

Eeveryone elllgaable to flnnd the HIDDEN CHECK and Receipt for 20 p@r cent payment on Colonial Hill Lot

rhrl tnw* I N dw md IhN nITer of t len rtolton ,Rnrt. Hpj r rript wonW mihl; =
who rlflpi! \|p and l tin not win the lira pri$pt All fpnllihmtli$ $ will l he rw"r4$ 4, In ww t of it tie$ parties will be givun t tfn dollar* and J roc fpl, Onp of Orlando'< prnminent m'f' t

chants has (fhe Check, e .




Read tthrough this advertisement carefully and you will find added or superfluous .
letters. Arrange them to form a sentence. These letters when arranged will The contest will end at noon Thursday, December 23rd.' All answers must be

form a sentence telling you who has the check and receipt. Make two copies of your in by that date.

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

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

answeer. '
If there is anything that you do not understand jjust call 267 and ask for
EXAMPLE-John Smithh Has Tthe Cheeck. Added letters in Smith, The and
I CARL DANN and he will answer any question within reason.
Check. Don't use the I letters used in example I *

Some one who reads this Advertisement will be Interested in one of the following Good BuysIF


I have overr three hundred nice wellappointed city
house located the East Side of In the heart of the pines, loccated on beautiful lakke
10-room apartment on resident lots scattered throughout Orlando that are all good
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
High and rolling and plennty I of shaade. This is a snapp
All modern conveniences. The price now is $8,500. Glad- priced from $200 to $600. Caan make good termss. at $1,500. Goodd terms.

lly make convenient terms.



I haave 23 acrres of the best
Suitable accreage within two milees of city on good If you want a good substantial ffive-room bungalow locaIttedboPrdopertYharo.und
Orllando for a su \
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. theve

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. $300 an #

an acre. $2,200. Terms. acre. Terms can be made.

16 South Phone

Carl DDaannnn

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If< I Far floe D. }:.........ZStItAT SENTINEL WANT ADS ARE READ BY 10,000 PEOPLE Far: Flt lays"AYES' .,;?...... 7Se1'ur I

Mari .......
I 1'or 'three ........GOC One Iun'h' $Y.SU

FOR RENT: -Attractive busmen I
room. See II. U. Kerry, at the Ford
Garage.! ll-ll-tf I :
FOR RENT: -Unfurnished, two room I I
Hat In business section with bath --
and all modern conveniences. Apply .. C .
A complete line of Ford Acces-
I I.. I. Payne Watkins block. IN ;"

.Oil' I 12.lJ; -Gtc sories; a stair of expert-mechanics FOR SALEA

FOR RKNT: -On Colonial Drive and I II
Turk Lake, five furnished housekeeping to render satisfaction in all
rooms. Gas, electricity and Just
lines of Automobile
city water, Apply 400 East; Colonial I Repair

Drive. Phone WANTED 4U. 12-19-Ct Real EstateTRACY I Work. Vulcanizing, Oils and fine lot 55 ft. by 130 ft. on

Gasoline, and fair and square

WANTED: -Shelving and counters A SOMRRV1LLF: ,-Carpcn* I prices S S. West St. $2300.C. .
DROVESOlSESLOTS. suitable for small store. Also icebox ten and cabinet maker Screen
FARM LANDS and cash "' ,. Must be In door and window, frames, sleeping
and shape and cheap for cash. (,eo.T I! porches, counter, shelving show
# !Hull Co., 11 North Orange avenui refrigerators, alteration and I
Phone 105. 12-ltMt' addition. We keep a number of For Nine YearsWe
---- killed workmen conntui.tly on hnnd.
FOR SALK ANT.n-Want.: to buy a small 18 East Church street, 12.2'lmo:: :: have been in business at the. A. HOVEY
house and lot; also A vacant lot; .
--- must not be far out; price must berltrht. NOTARY I.1C, with eal. I makea same location, Corner of South
FOR SALE-Dwelling, six room Address A. 1). C., rare S"ntl> a""lalt" )' of deed" mortgage,
practically new, nice condition, with ad. 12.18-tf leases contract, etc. Trice very rea.lIonable. Main and Church Streets.
lawn, bearing citrus fruit tree, roses, Mr*. II. H. I.eake, 45 East:
and shrubbery; near Luke Kola: ; very WANTED: ; )' A white woman post- Tine itreet. Phono 171). 11- .lmoQ I Phone 226
desirable location. $!,OOO, term lion as cook, matron, companion or
Address "Owner," Box 33, Orlando, housekeeper Addrea I* E.: M.. 114 : Orlnndo'b Leading Repair Shop
, and GarageEXCURSION
SALE AT BARGAINOr ItF.NT-Two furnished rooms, I
will rent completely furnished, with all conveniences. Apply 209 PHONE 875 _
new, modern and attractive home, Palmetto strett. 11-27-tfc --- - Advertise in the Sentinel
pretty lawn and shrubbery, neur lake West Jefferson Street
Eola; two stories, five rooms, bath LOST
screened sleeping porch, and summer Successor to RATES -
Box i
dining room. Address Owner LOST-Small faced watch on
397, or call at 312 lJroadway.11.10dw.tff'OR pin, between take Lucerne and the Hand Wood CompanyWood
Empire hotel. Monogram L. B. L. on
back. Return to Orlando Bank and of All Kinds Account of Hammond & GoreFUNERAL
five room house
SALE-A good Trust Co. and receive! reward.
'in fine condition in good location; : 11-3-tfc PROMPT SERVICE
Hot and cold water; three lots; a bar- C rislmas I DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS

\Lain ummerlin.for quick_buyer._Call 11 at. u-uc the MISCELLANEOUS REASONABLE IJlllCE I HoliDaysVia \

i GEO. T. nULL CO.
>OR SALK-Fine saddle horse cheap. Real Values Low Prices

See Jas. L. Giles. jj.85.tfcOR Phone 105. Rock Rid 2.! Room 3.

SALE' -Large refrigerator Jas.and I estate.Call and Buy see sell us if or interested exchange in prop real i A STRANGERIn Atlantic Coast line I COMPARE
f cheap.
other market fixtures fOrt Rentals attended to.
v carefully
I II'on
u..uc ,
_.' Knox. i 11.9-lmoc Orlando would probably be : OUR FURNITUREWe

TtENT-Iouses:1 referred to the Model If he Standard Railroad of the South
SAL -FOn AT CHRISTMAS you will be proudto
furnished And unfurnished. Also I' give photographs if made at should ask about a good place nt provide the quality of furniture that has lone been AC
tome splendid lots. Call and see Evens', No. 102: North Main, one block
cepted! by knowing furniture buyer as the /standard of merit If
have to offer before you buy or north of court house. Make the which to cat
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Mrs. II. U. Leake 45 Fast: bin ointment now Phone 125::= I An Article is tore it U good It wouldn't be here were It otherwise./
Hr"et or :312 Broadway I'hone W. 11.:!a.1 mocUmbrellas Ho would flnd that tho 25c. "Tickets sold Due. 17th to :!:nthineltislvt' ; I Wo can't make this point too clear-it Is one of the foundation

iO-8-dw-lmo -- stones of this business/ and that means much to buyer.
_- 'wavered and repaired regular meals tint! ISewcru special limited to reach original any

I'Olt BALK OH HKNT-lly owner In, while you wait. av Young's! Repair tho beat, that could bomrvetl starting point by midnight
two of the |prettle I.
tswn. Kach: has nix l large rooms, hall. Shop, 21 l':. Pine gt ? for the price. If he January 10th." McNEILL & DAVIS BLOCK
and bath with all modern flJltnn.&th I
& II. 6ne just about wrthef MII.K COWS-I can furnish nny one! should choose' n more elaborate
t'''' 2uth u
one to be completed by with A car load of nice milk row, Corner Orange Ave. and Church Street, Orlando, Florida
order he could be that the
leifwber; nice lots and fine location, all fresh or heav pprlngpra. Prices sure
iieoV Lake Cherokee. IMce 3,600 reasonable. J.v.. Stegall, Thomaiu
charge would be reasonable.If For Information Call on
Ca. 12.108t'11F
rnd $3,250; cash payment and terms vllle
Also a four room bungalow In northeastern TILE- only n cup of coffee or t a W. D. WHITE, D. T. A.
of town. This bungalow; nUr COST OF LIVINGBuy
part W. It. O'NEAL C. P. & T. A.
and 1 lot DO by 150 feet $950 or English pea trees. The peas piece of pie, he would get the ,
cash and terms. are very much like the ones that growon Orlando
with 2 lots $1050} Try Want Ad in the Sentinel
Address Kentucky Home, 511 Palmer vines. They are very prolific. best.It. a
street, Orlando. Phone 686. Also for sale choice budded grapefruit -
be reliable.
12-15-lmoc and orange trees. Call at 307 pays to
East tine, street. Phone No. 604.
1'OR SALE-Tract of 135 acres,part 12.19-It-; Oysters fresh every day. Lumber I .r t1i and S11il:1.gles:
Zellwood and -- --- --
ly cleared between OPEN DAY AND NIGHT .
orrento. Price 1000. Terms. S.S. VACANT LOTS CASHED BY
Matlack Box 656, Tampa Fla. AUCTION

118.8t'lion _
method sells in
New auction more
SALE-Ten room bungalow; few days than private Bale all season. The ModelCafe
front two lots, modern house, Clean, straight, high prices, buyers I
bearing citrus trees. Will fur pleased and !leave with invitation to I
nish to purchaser good tenant for come back. George Fryhofer, land'
half of house for one year, with first Nat.lank Bldg.,
cast auctioneeer I
( Yilt\ \ "rl I )( )
privilege of threer at twenty-five dollars Chicago Write or wire m.. West
a s will net purchaser Palm Beach, Florida. 12-14-4t&4w I Slemons' Milliner i
4 J per cent and his own rent. Address I

Sagkatah. care Sentinel. Ig-HMOt: Cement Plaster and Lime
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l-'OR SALE:--'A bargain $15: Colum- LADICS HATH
bin! uraphophone, with :2H! disc' rcc- Phone G for
ords. $15. Inijuiru nt :UU7! Kldgewood ,
avenue. 1:::.I 1t.Jt.c: : FISH AND OYSTERSFrexh : W. otter( a choice selection oLndies I

Vehet Hats at $2.00, $3.00(
Every: Day
pun HAI.1-Al: small horse and 1Iu'killllml l
cheap For rent three $1.00. $5.00,10.00.Children .
iim giuHl ;irurden ground; convenient rill: WALDECKER) FISH CO. lists $1.00 fl.60 and up,
to town. Cull 'U'J:! 1 K.: Rubinsons'venue Our styles art 10 loo"-antJ oui
I 12.19.1tFOIL :au Went Church SlrectWill
- prleei are *o reasonable that you wil
RENT find our store the lent place In thi

.- city for millinery.Slemans'.
MODEL: KlNDinidAUTEN, primary Sacrifice .
room, first Methodist churchl& tele- Millinery

phone*treet, 221, or rail 14 East 10-20-tf Jackson< 10,000 Store Leave the Furnace for Real Winter t

"1'111t-)| ItINT-iatge' 'pleasant t illr- .

hMipti &moots with lirltnte! family, Your htinie! t'tui be jut& its! \vnrm nisi toy with u few handy Itts lleuterrt, during. these!!
.IIIOft! lit, (1U2( : North orange! tttetiue GUARANTEED TREES Best and
I IJ I Itttf:,! Promptest
\ ; :
flillly 11It 'F4, M If you underwent! the eftiintHitt unnoyHiu'e of t tending. H dirty, Urrnnky"rtllIH

I foil HUNT: =Hummer roIlagei alouPnii@ Auto Livery
of four Hium' with il M j jt .III'1'rue. To' Name! \ '! And there U no lire to build, no aunt or ashes to BtriiK: :!le with, When you
IOII!t ilm\\ flat for light I Ii I 'aekeeI : fi to 7 foot h'@@\F1 Service
)l'I tin l p'pdli' IIMhia!i, Mil\ |Iek|.imul.e, :illc\ l KACIl(' tntrr A room l ulinply: light the (\\u* Healer and\ you have\ warmth) when you I leave, turn '
ti\\n4\\\ \ \-tt gl 1mllt.t4 .1:1: per uluothr'
Irt W, (,l"o1unlpl4p,
1 11.Imw It All I lemHiw. vflrtettea InuUl 11 l on 5-PASSENGER it off and your expenae:: Immedifltely l ceases,

e !pour anti grnpefnilt roots from
The 'f"Hl tuft Pficp |Iii located (hU
If.3i\SOn on the second door of Yoxvell- )Known stock, I

tr f'uckwuith' building, at left H-li-tto of:fcleya- Conway Nursery BUICK C CAWe l Gas Heaters Can Save Your Coal Bills

1-OR nished RENT dwelling-Large modern two story( II. 'F. PEE By using Gas Heaters in all but the coldest weather you can halve your coal bill. Gas

!*nces, tWQ sleeping porches fur-I Orlando R It L call anywhere at any time
Blocks= from postoffice corner heating is much more economical than coal heating. And it heats where you want it,
*.)d West streets. Jas. A. Knox. '
Jl-21-tf Gordon's Transfer Co too-not the basement or the unused room. We have a Gas Heater to fit any sized room

'OR in RENT-Nicely new modern furnished home; one-half rooms SWEETHEARTS 201 S. Orange Ave. Phone 48'] in your house. Come in and see it. I

U'ock from Anderson street, near St. HAULING OF ALL KINDS
ruke'ho pital. Reasonable rates for I
tne scifon.400)"' Margaret street. CHRISTMAS IS

i')-2SMf COMING Plants Rose
.. ____ Pansy ,
'IO RENT-Large room with board ; ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO
suitable for two people. Reasoni Buy the "Men" a Box of Bushes, Petunia
ble. All conveniences. Close in. I
-12 East Jackson. Phone 40(1. i it PlantsLeave

!ItAUGAIN: IN LOTS-Thrr*. close your orders here
in, on West Central avenue; gar
.T-tro almost built. Chan. P. 1>ow.,2.17.ltc .

.1'OR RENT-Three suites of light : ioet Dell Roust1 i

rooms, with all mod. 1 .. ..
rn conveniences, close in, near Eola
{lark. A sunny place street I Phone A Smoke That Will Put ThemIn J. H. CARUTHERS
eiR bo 307 Pine
1 04. 12-19-6t a Good Humor For 1916. Ph M SM. 4C i 8.cth tAb A 1 4


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LOCAL AND PfRSONAL IMIMMMMUMMMMMDecember. " ', . ,' ,. ., . ', .. .. ......., '." 1.11...' .

Mr, and Mrs. W. II, Norris are ex..
i D pected to reach Orlando today from
, Glens Falls, N. Y., to spend the win-

To make no mistake engage your
table at the Cornish Tea Room for
Christmas dinner. 1-12-21-lt* r

Mr. C. II:Hilpert left yesterday afternoon -
over the Atlantic Coast Lineto
l Glad Tidings spend the holidays with relativesand

,* The safety of your funds, cooperation Fresh pack Cohoon's Donax dam 20th b
of our officials, promptness and bouillon for sale at all leading gro-
cers. Cohoon Packing Co., Orlando,
courtesy of our employees andffriendlyinterest Fla. 1-12-18-1moc

welfare are all points that The day to join
in your Mrs. Minnie Jones and Mrs. H. P. our

the State Bank invites you to consider Coney, two of Sanford's popular ladies Xmas Savings Club
in Orlando visiting
the institution you will spent yesterday -
when choosing
friends and shopping. ...

bank with. Deposit 2c now -
We solicit small as well as large ac- RIDE in Hamrick's .;!tney Bus one t
hour, 12 miles for 30(.. 8-28-tfc
counts-both will have our equally careful Receive $25.50 next Xmas $63.95
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Nimnicht, well
attention. known residents of Mount Dora, were
among the numerous shoppers visit-
ing Orlando yesterday from nearby .

STATE BANK towns. The Peoples National Bank"The

Savings checks are accepted as cashin
OF the savings department of the
Peoples National bank. 11-11-tf only NATIONAL Bank in

ORLANDO Orange County""It
Mrs. R. C. Keefer, of Jacksonville,
arrived in Orlando Sunday afternoonto
spend the holidays with her parents Is A Pleasure To Serve You' \
; Mr. and l\1u. E. C. Bence, 4CC
East Pine street.

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

Mrs. J. S. Moore and children, of
Sanford, will spend Christmas in Orlando
with Mrs Joseph Ilumby, Sr..
and family Mrs. Moore Is a daughter -
of !Mrs.\ Dumb/.

Beautiful Christmas gifts at the .
Tuttle Gift Shop, second floor YowellUuckworth
building. |.12-8-tfc- _.MMMMMIMMMMMMMMHMMMMM4MMTAKE . ..... ...... .................. ,
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,, ROOK Mr, and Mrs-%V, tirahl buff are .......................... .......tt.t.t.-, ........... .. '. .y.....
HDealer. among the rcceht ftfrlVals hi Orkhdd,
(illYNES t'bttiil1t froth New York eity lathe apphd
winter with MF, Mary A, tut,
fli th@f ef Mrs, Duff, 110) gymmeflmTHB \

HT JAMB;l1, 110ft} Wwt! twt.. RIDE
looms, fu&y: per week, Hpiek Iwdir. ONE '.'
r nitat a itep te ev@Fything,
M" Fred- FaleV, the well known
chef: who has been connected: with the In that STUDEBAKER Seven-Passenger ii 'I

nr1 tand hotel, is now affiliated with
the Empire cafe, catering to the desires -
i of the inner man in his usual 40 Horse Power Model at $885 and then decide

pleasing style, .

Ride Hamrick's jitney bus Be,..
1818tfMr. The best 1916 value offered

,.,. Frank Warren, who has been

spending several days in Orlando
greeting friends and mingling with
former business associates, left yes-
terday afternoon for Jacksonville, San Juan
New Ford Home where he will spend a while before Garage CompanyOrlando..Daytona

going to Edgefield, S. C.
Now Open
Fresh pack Cohoon's Donax clam
209.11 South Orange Avenue bouillon for sale at all leading gro-
cers. Cohoon Packing Co., Orlando,
Telephone 386 Fla. 1-12-18-lmoc

Mrs. W. M. Dean, who has been
spending several weeks with relativesand
Standard Gasoline-Ford Oil, Goodyear, friends in Macon and other pointsin I MM MMtM t. . . . . . . 1. . r.a It ___ r 11f..rl" ',.

Goodrich, Firestone, Ajax, and United Georgia, returned home yesterday
afternoon. She was accompanied by . . .
States Tires. "Free Air at the Curb." .11.1. .I..lr'II..I.r..I..r'.r...is
her niece, Miss Elsie, who will spend
the holidays at the Dean home, 23

"Make this Ford Home Your Ford Home." I II Gould' street.

Fish ana oysters received daily. I
F. G. RUSH H. M. Self & Co. 1.1 0-6-tfc EDUCATE

I Mr. and Mrs. D. Cleveland, of
J Grand Rapids Mich., are among the YOUR
recent arrivals in Orlando to spend _
the winter. They have been coming
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a seasons
flIn fl-[ ---
tlllllillllllllllllllllllllll.IIIIIIIIIII.IIIIIIIII.1 have a host of friends who are delighted -
to nee them. They are locatedat
No. 7 Hunrhey street.
Raving good a" pt.J.|
AND NOVELTIES Ark for them whenever you buy nnv* and Money '
thing! 11,)t.tfM J
HohiB constantly In touch with the J leading 1'1I\lrllmlth" Matters \ '
null j wl.l r.crnrt.ml't1, of thy country, our stock U nlwnyn r, N. Wflpener, PUP nt Orlamln'n -_
kwplnir imcc with thy latest style In ellveni-nrc! rime, well known winter renMent and H
brnct'lotx, etC, live wile. for the city, hM rrlveil I as wellas

When new and benutlful denlnnn' nre created, we nrenmonir from Vermilllan, Ohli, and "I usual
the flrat stores' In the country to show tht'm."OU will ppeml l the Prainn at :nos WeM .
never buy out-uf-dltit' lit.,tld,'" lien I'rntrwl,' nirmi M,. Wagener hu <
Our dl iilnyti, for ThrlMmna' will Inletvut vou, There hero' coming her for the (east nine Booksthe
nro nome ury new and \'ery'ht1futUut tmVeftlei( -some, )'tl\11 and I It! nlwnyt IH'rnrttPIIatm
thltiir to plenne" everyone to whom you Want to irive Coinefrtlly wtlrnme timn| hU return. While .n. UKBt WAY to TEACH Them Is to Let t them HAa it flAVIWW ACCOUNt''rt t
anti rhouR"hll the wide nssortinent offers t in*! Itiurhlhg In the hurke e Plate he Tiim ilANKi!
best htl nttUhlty, keep+i |la.lf'lt| r+h (the t>"Veht lit Ufah l e
You'll hot be dlsfliipolnted\ t; at t this Blew We nee ta t euhty\ 1 l.3 reading the Pehllhel, IIAIIIM ef INUUHTHV( i and WIIHPT developtd In tarlr )"oulh will Hive ttl@nit t MartIn t
that t, 'uee A spetHl( ' Ml: le fit dV;| !+i i 81141I14lav \ We Have Pocket Dank for Your Oft)
\ Hi. Ih* Wiil"h lVi n a OP Boys Call and Heeeive On@I
iaFa"ui tFem 10} tit 8 ij'i'lorlt:

T. H. EVANSJEWELER II lg tgfiDuekmnstvr -- The Orlando Bank & Trust Company

& BriiniliigePr Orlando, Florida

., M,4'\ PST: : :Q'"ATPaftfsu. \mde > ptffl> # Capital, Surplus and PrQm$141QQQQQ,0 ;

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