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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 22, 1915
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079945
Volume ID: VID00593
Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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Other version: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
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THE MORNING SENTINEL





VOLUME THREE. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY DECEMHER 22, 1915. NUMBER 269.




SERB RULER NOW A REFUGEE ON ITALIAN


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SOIL; U.. S. WILL MOVE AGAINST PLOTTERS



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KING PETER ARRIVED AT New Auto Line SIMULTANEOUS STROKE TO Sentinel

CASERTA YESTERDAYWITH CAPTURE MUNITIONS ATMOSPHERE OF Santa NEW UPRISING OF

PREMIER From Orlando PLOTTERS Claus Fund Is



BRITISH SINK, A GERMAN STEAMER'I Maitland 1,000 SECRET AGENTS ON THE JOB OPTIMISM ATCAPITAL Now Over Goal Y AOUIINOIANSIN

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Constantinople and Berlin Announcement TEN-PASSENGER FORDS TO Every Member of Gang Kept !REACHES $206.0-FOI.1.0W-;

Claims Great I START SERVICE TIIURS- Under Surveillance and All I ING APPEAI4 $13.73': CAMEIN MEXICO

Turkish Success on DAY-OWNED AND MANAGED Plans Are Known to YESTERDAY-MONEY

GallipoliRome BY F. G. RUSH- Officials BELIEVED THAT AUSTRIA WILL HE WELL SPENT BY OHREGON ORDERS 600 CAVALRY -

SCHEDULE ANNOUNCED. ASSOCIATED CHARITIES.
AND U. S. WILL NOT
Dec. 21.-It waa announcedthat Washington Dec. .-The depart- AND 1,000 INFANTRY -

King. Peter of Serbia arrived to- Beginning tomorrow morning the ment of justice is about ready to SEVER RELATIONS The Sentinel Santa Claus Fund TO SCENEOUTGRO'VTN

day at Caserta. Italy about 20 miles Orlando-Winter Park-Maitland auto move simultaneously against all of reached its goal yesterday afternoon

north of Naples.He line will start operating. It is owned the conspirators who have been plotting when the $200 mark was reached.
is accompanied by I'remier and operated by F. G. Rush proprietor against the industries of this Will AUSTRIA MAKE CONCESSIONSIf The fund now stands at 20605. The LOS rlO;HIS TROUBLE

Pachitch. of the Ford Garage and agent country since the outbreak of the Eu- people in donating to this fund proved

Great numbers of Serbian refugees for the Ford cars. The fares are low ropean war. This Is Done U. S. Will Ac- themselves extremely generoustheyrealized Villistas Surrendering, but the
of all classes, included among them and have been made possible by the The official upon whom Gregory the good work that could be

being many government officials, are economy of operation. There is.no counts to convict these conspirators cept Them as Satisfactory, accomplished with this sum and accordingly Cedillo Brothers, Operating

arriving in Italy. dust, no dirt no cinders connected said; today that within the past week and a Settlement Will made the $200 possible. Under Zapata, Still

King Peter is said to be almost with this line, and patrons may ride the government has obtained absoluteand Follow Organizations as well as individuals -
in the Field
prostrated. from Maitland to Orlando or vice complete' knowledge of every secret contributed towards the fund.

versa at the same fare as on a rail- plan of the plotters. Every mem- Every cent of the fund goes to the
Washington Dec. 21.-An atmos- Washington, Dec. 21 -Dispatches
Constantinople Claims Great Victory road train without the discomfortsof ber of the gang is under constant surveillance Associated Charities, who will pur- *
phere of optimism as to the outcome to the state department this after-
railway accommodations. The and more than 1,000 secret chase groceries clothes and various
London, Dec. 21.-A Constantinople of the Austrian controversy over the noon reported a new uprising of the
cool crisp air and the bright sunshineand agents of the government representing kinds of essential Christmas gifts. It
official announcement received sinking of the Ancona prevailed here Yaqui Indians in western Mexico.
close view of will make executive is safe to that not
a nature
every department are say one deservingpoor
here via Berlin says that on Saturdayand today. The state department officialslet General Obregon, commanding the
the trip delight. at the to their boy will be
a or girl
ready given signal lay or family
Sunday after violent fighting the it be known that they expectedthe Carranza troops in the north and
The conveyance which will be usedin hands on the entire corps of conspir- missed this Christmas. There will
Turks forced the allies to retreat Austrian government to offer con- west, has ordered six hundred cavalryand
the service is ten passenger Fords ators. be no disappointments. Santa Claus
from their positions near Anafartaand cessions which the United States will 1,000 infantry from west coast
equipped with the Mackay compen- The man "higher up" will not be will be present at every home and the
Ariburnu and later to embark in accept as satisfactory.This points to the Yaqui valley to quell the
sating six wheel chassis. This chas- molested at present.To people who gave to this fund will be
haste. official optimism made its appearance uprising, the department has been ad-
sis is unique. It is constructed in place him under arrest means happy knowing that some one will be
The Turks penetrated to the coast I following the receipt of vised.In .
iach a manner that it will carry ten simply that the "dough; bag" wouldbe 1 blessed in some manner.
where they captured a big quantityof cablegrams I from Ambassador Pen- addition to this force Admiral
passengers and also has a separate transferred to somebody else and I Following the Sentinel's appeal for
munitions and war material. field at Vienna and Ambassador Winslow commanding the American
baggage compartment. It is impos- the work continued it was stated. at least $200 contributions delugedthe
Gerard at Berlin. Both diplomats reported squadron on the west coast has requested -
sible for the auto to skid. The peculiar I I office )'esterday13.75 result
German Steamer SunkLonu'ki upon the evidence of feeling; Obregon to send troops from
construction of the chassis is
REV. LEY HAD BEST REI'OUTT
which followed the of the
receipt vig- ing.The
dispatch Naco and Alameda into the valley.
Dec. 21.-A Reuter Continued
( on page 7)) Wesleyan Bible class of the
from Athens states that the CONFERENCE I orous original note from the United Methodist church hastened to the The present trouble, which broke

German steamship Leros and several MOTORISTS STOP IN ORLANDOMr. W. E. Martin, county tax collector, States on the Ancona incident.It front with a donation of $14, the larg- out at Ontagota, is reported to be the

other craft hate been sunk by a Brit who returned from the annual Florida is believed the cablegrams indi- est given by an individual or organi- growth of the uprising recently at

ish submarine in the Sea Marmora.:: and Mrs. Chas. R. Hall of St. conference of the Methodist church cated a more conciliatory attitudeby zation. This action was voluntary Los Mochis, where depredations were

Petersburg; Mr. and Mrs. Wm. M. held at Tampa stated that Rev. J. B. both Austria and Germany than iSj as were all of the donations.Mr. made against American ranch own-
Ley pastor of the Orlando church generally supposed to exist. One of ers.
of ;
Pa. .
PEACE DELAYED Shoemaker Norristown ; Mr. C. G. Westcott who has been
and Mrs. Walter Richards Trenton had by many odds the best report of the ambassadors said that it reported ill for many weeks came to the busi- Dispatches to the war department
N. J. and Mr. and Mrs. G. of any church in Florida. Collections that Austria has begun a thorough today indicated that while the Villis
Cincinnati Dec. 21.-Delegates to ReDue ness district yesterday for the second
Avalon N. J. arrived in Orlando were better and more new members I investigation on the report of the tas were surrendering to Carranza
the baseball peace conference in Cin- yesterday I time in the period noted. He gave $5
affiliated with the Orlando church submarine commander whose vessel the Cedillo brothers under
operating
cinnati tonight announced that the coming in their cars. They to the fund asking that it be given in
II than other in the state. sank the Ancona. Zapata still in the field with
are
signing of a peace pact has been delayed report having followed the Dixie any the name of 1Irs.Yestcott., who departed
_______,__ _ ___n_ forces in San Luis Potosi Vera Cruz,
until tomorrow. highway the greater part of the trip this life Monday morning. Mr. :

The announcement was made Monday and found the roads good except The Late Geo. Abbott Planted Westcott's action was as his beloved Morelos, and eight other Mexican

following the afternoon session through some of the mountains where wife would have wished, for there I states.

and just before the peace commis- the traveling was pretty rough. They was never a more generous and warm
sioners went into night executive ses- travelled at a leisure speed stoppingat Nearly All Palms In Orlando hearted woman in Orlando than Mrs. No News of Villa
Washington, Dec. 21.-The war department -
sion. numerous places. They will resume Westcott.
has received additional
Secretary Bruce of the National their journey today, going to -- Mayor Temple, of Winter Park, no
Commission made this announcement: the Sunshine City, where they expectto George Abbott, father of :Mrs. Dr. Mr. Abbott oftentimes planted palm called up the Sentinel office during reports of Villa's whereabouts sinceit

"The greater part of the afternoon spend the winter. While here they C. I). Christ, who died recently at trees on premises where property the afternoon and stated that he had was reported that he was en route
from Chihuahua to the border with
was devoted to consideration of affairs made their home at the San Juan Philadelphia was known to many owners could not afford to purchasethe noticed the n >peal for donations to
of the International League as hotel. people in Orlando for the civic pridehe make the fund at least $200. He said 500 men.
they relate to peace. took in laboring for the improvement trees. He was generous to the that if the $-30: mark had not been
of Orlando. He is credited with extreme and never allowed an oppor- I FROM NEW YORK STATE TO
"Affairs of the National Americanand SERVICES OVER THE REMAINS reached to draw on him for the dif- .
Federal Leagues will be considered REV. IIARDAWA\ having set out sold or planted nearlyall tunity to pass when he could benefit ference. At that time the goal had ORLANDO IN FORD CAR

at the night session." the palm trees in Orlando with the his fellow men. There are few men been reached but :Mr. Temple's action Among the arrivals in Orlando recently -

Services over the remains of Rev.G. I exception of those at Bishopstead and like the late George Abbott and some- was commendable. were Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Trues-

TURNER TO RETURN W. Hardaway, who died in this on M. O. Overstreet's property. Some times their good deeds are never discovered Winter Park is to have a municipal dale and Mr.I A. C. Putnam, who

city Saturday shortly after noon years ago orders were left for palms until after Death beckons Christmas tree this year and Mayor made the trip from Diamond Point,
with E. G. Duckworth. Lake George, N. Y., in a Ford touring -
them into
Washington D. C.-chief Justice were held at the Presbyterian church the Great Beyond. Temple agreed to pay one-half of the
car. They were just twelve days
Covington today honored a requisi- yesterday morning and were conducted I -- --- cost!" of the celebration. Consequentlyhe
tion of Gov. Trammell of Florida for by Dr. J. F. McKinnon, assistedby made the tree possible on a larger making the trip and they travelled
Judge Perry Kentuckian Of 1,700 miles. They visited a numberof
Rev. T. II. McConnell. Rev. Hard
the return to that state of Willie Tur- scale and it is an assured fact that
cities en route and the entire trip
ner, colored charged with the mur- away was a member of Orange Coun- every person in Winter Park who is \
ty Camp, No. 45;), United Confederate Note Is In Orlando For was made without any serious trou-
der of his employer, F. C. Avery, a Winter in need will receive some sort of a ble. \
horse owner of Gainesville. Turner Veterans. For the past twenty years useful gift from the Great Tree.In .
The_.. h ave nurr..d six iota from
p
"e na.j oeen doing ministerial work in J i
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decided not to fight extradition and this connection "Our Own" Mayor
admitted that he is the man wantedin Longwood; St Petersburg, and other Judge J. W. Perry and his daughter rest Then when Gen. Morgan escaped Sperry donated f5 to the fund, and Mr. H. Carl Dann, in Colonial Hills,

Florida. points in Florida. The interment was Miss Lillie M. Perry of Kentucky from the Ohio penitentiary and Dr. P. Phillips, with his Usual altruistic and are making their plans to builda

In Greenwood cemetery. Scores of are now in Orlando for the returned to Virginia, Judge: Perry spirit, donated & like amount. home on one of the lots which they

TilE WKATIIER sympathizing friends attended the obsequies. winter. Two very noted personagesshe with his command was reassigned!! to Yesterday donations were as follows will occupy.
for her musical talent, and the Gen. Morgan's (command, where he Mr. Putnam left yesterday on his
return North to look after bush
For Florida Fair and clear, slow Judge/ for his past and present record served until Gen. Morgan was! kilted I'retinusly arknoftledjted . ,$162.30; come
ly rising temperature. It. ,\. M. IIn.HS! tt\I. ELECTION lie Is an attorney at law tn hU: at Greenville East: Tennessee, Sep Mary Helen Starbuck . . . 1.00 ness matter which required his at

OF) OITIl'EKSPurrkn home town, and nn extensive farm temper 4 I. 18(51.(; Dr. IJro.: 1', Purler . . . . 3.M(
and land owner an well. When Judge Perry returned home Mr. C. (5, Wr"trllit . . . . :3.00
FUNERAlANNOUNCEMNT[ 1 t'hnptrr( N'o. 7, H. A. M., Ju.l held\ l t their mutual 1 election hut evenIng army In 8 ?i llt ?mlur. lrtl when nlxmtyear seven Millet hole in his person, and James Merle MrHlroy': Jr.. . I.tilt A AS S CITY CLERKNamed

with t the following results: fifteen\ old l. and vas with his one bullet t 11hili left lee. He has Major'' I':. I' Sprrry . . . . 5.00

.1'unernl Service for Lute MIH.Weatcott "' WIILer I" TlUlen" K.: II 1 I'. t.rhrn.1J In hearing of the, surrender I( then yet. He t then went to wheel l and l HI') I'. Phillip . . . . . . 5.00 by Mayor to Succeed
John W Simmons, K. Appomatox.(. He: belonged I ) to the studied law and was admitted to the II We.Ifyan Bible Cla... Mrtho.dUt .

Tomorrow Afternoon Chas I'. Dow S. command of Gen, John II. Morgan, of I bar In ISflS, and has practiced his Church , , , . .. H.OO Carl Jansen January 1st-

Bishop! MannOfficiating T. Picton Warlow treasurer.Wm Kentucky, and followed him on his i profession ever since He has been 1.\ Friend . . . . , . . 1.00 City Council Session' !

H. O'Neal, recorder. raid in Kentucky. Indiana and Ohio 'J'prosecuting attorney, judge and four I I Cash . . . , , ,. ,, , .23 YesterdayThe !

Initiation of new officers and R A, escaping capture by the tIYankEell"I'I'''! terms a member of the Kentucky legliilature. '' F. G. . . . . . . . . . . 1.00
The funeral services for the late degree wilt occur on the nest regular by swimming the Ohio ," I lie belonged to what was I1v.I' E. Martin . . .. . . .. 2.00 city council met yesterday
Mrs C. G.V stcott will be held to. : meeting night, January 4, 1916. I fington Island, holding to his horse's | known as the "pistol squadron" in I i" 1.00 Mayor Sperry appointing C. S. Ham-

morrow afternoon at 2:30: o'clock, tail with three hundred others while I j Forrest's and :Morgan's: commands, 'I I Theresa Robinson . . . . . 1.00 blin as city clerk, who will succeed

from the residence on Lucerne Circle, SARAH BERNHARDT REPORTED the enemy were firing from the gun- all of whom in the desperate charges .Miss Mary Howard .. . .. 30 Carl Jansen, the present incumbent,
the Right Rev. Camerofi Mann bishop DYING boats in the river at them as they made by that squadron were killed or II I January 1. His salary will be $100

of Southern Florida officiating. swam across killing several of his j j wounded. Some of them were wounded Total . . . . . . . . .$206.03 per month. Sidewalks were ordered
Interment will be in Greenwood. Paris Dec..21.-(Special to I. N. S. comrades near him in the water. several times. laid on West Amelia avenue between

and London Daily Telegraph.)-Sarah This was three days before the surrender -i,, Judge Perry looks young and vigorous .I Panam&The Panama canal was the A. C. L. and to 200 feet west of
KILL FOREMAN OF CAR PLANT Bernhardt is reported to be dying.: of Gen. :Morgan: to the Union and able for further service. temporarily opened late today to per. Putnam street. During the past year

Information was received here to soldiers in Ohio. : He is a fox hunter, and the only boast mit the passage of six small vessels 2391.85 waa expended by the countyon
Hammond Ind., Dec. 21.-The sec- this effect tonight, but has not been Judge Perry and the men who then I that he makes is that he has up in which had been waiting here for sev- the roadway between Lake Ivan-

ond foreman in one week was killed confirmed. escaped with him were ordered to and I Kentucky the best bred and best eral months. Three more vessels will hoe and Lake Adair, $4,305.72 re-

today in the Standard Sted Car did report to Gen. Forrest, at Dalton trained pack of fox hounds in the make the passage tomorrow, after maining from the original 6697.57

plant.It Lots of nice things at Curtis &; Ga.. in time to be in the battles of I state or elsewhere. Does not drink which the waterway will again be in the road and bridge fund Mr.

has been an open threat that unless O'Neal's marked to sell at one-half Chickamagua, Missionary Ridge whiskey, chew or smoke tobacco closed to traffic. Major General Goe- Hamblin, who will be the new city

the plant stopped making war price. We are closing out many novelties Lookout Mountain Farmington Ten gamble, drink tea or coffee have thals said it was.Impossible to pre clerk, has been associated with Our

munitions the foreman would bet that you want. Come and see nessee, and Hickory Flats Mississippi headache or toothache. The Judge is dict when the canal would be reopened Grocery company for some time and

,.killed. us. and other battles under Gen. For a widower. permanently. is well known to Orlando people.



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Tilt DAILY The riMntii of I'lndtig tt tfthdtp Itt I I HIHCIA NVKHt.MK.NT I ; !)4. L J
the window' on H Christmas eve I is lierntttlhtf
South Florida Sentinel i Jinjmlrtf, alai It tllrty nut only 1, 'the. BUrtfHlitee'l ideal itiVe ltiielit lift 1'll't1ffIPIIlh U one I thateilds

MOMMINO, AND WiiKlVMfttl "Pf'I'| thvitelip4 away, 'titit 'help' the )tnN'lUti inre.lor and' the' I'Uililpr, liy
f!, ',1.,11II11I . . ,,,.MkI'
w f' t"lIllIIIhfH'f$ Ivaisr.N it1gA.lr! old>l nirtit to had the tp>litipi! I I cnneulting' Conk C('II. (Chfl..t \\\M----
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=0- 11g. will receive )if nfontimi/ as toitveetments COME EARLY
'fifW.d al this p.s.lhp NI OrINRdu, Pklr'd1 l and 'MltsFlitli which will
'. NM "P.UHR4, 'INN NNDsl, It oea'nt| fy to inquire: ton thistlyinto [ifAor value, l'litl and) estimates: t
z I IJIUiflilruUN IIiTtul all these 1i1j"lliduljii 'hooking packages fi4rrtah| : free, 1 M2t9MtTURKRYH. ;
(kiln, 'v... .. ..... .... 'iOO that rome into the I.o"lieJullt\
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Pa.I,, | Month ,rr.............. ....... l-iO is the TUHKE\H, FAT HENS I and get useful gifts Below you will tim! n list of
hall, I MuMUWwklf ........... ....... I.,iPetil flow, pmficjent unto the day I nice presents; ;
,. I Maal4. .............r.......".. 40 I evil thereof Country cured tams and sausage,
1 new Georgia cane syrup honey; Intact
1 Ve.f- .......... 11.00 ---0-------- most everything good to eat. I Gillette Razors _
--- -- -- -- The railroads have just placed orders .1 am the man that sets the price. NO $5,00 ,
ALL ftUBhCBIPTIONg ADVANCE PAYAHUf IN for 50,000 steel passenger cars. hold-up game here Fair and square Ever Heady Razors _,_ 1,00.
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I deal to one. Georgia and Florida I
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coaches that they displacewill every
The old
TO ADVBBTIBhBdiCr : I _17 Boone street. J. T. Enders Razors 1,00
for ; 4 all .tfc. Ma...., make splendid firewood. i Smith. l-I2-I8-6tc '
a.pl. r
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Hot Water Bottles
....,u.... .>!.. lie band* !. .! th. bMiiicM.Ac. -0-- 1,50Wiley's
,. .f Ik. 8ntlnl Ml I.'., th.. t .. .. It is still believed that Austria will
!'.' ear belie publication. ThU nl. cppUc. Candy, per lb. .80
.. ehaag.. for c..tr tt ad..rll.i.gt II I* solemnly promise Secretary Lansing ; FOR SALE !
'...r bl.' ... will k. ......11' .dberel N. not to torpedo any more liners until :Mary Garden Ext. -,_ 1.25
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-Subscribers she a good chance. II II
dwirtaff Tb Sentinel dtkeoodBiwd gets II I I -
th. UU should of expiration notify tb,.othrrwii oftl_ in writing U will on b* o I i We have Cigars in boxes of $1.00 and up which will be a nice little gift to the
continued .t the regular ubMription ra... The biggest fool is the one who husband or son.
Two lots
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Ul notice re.l..d.i
Trl'.pk... N to..top k r ...................... 14 thinks he can fool others with impunity I
without them knowing and resenting Colonial Drive
WEDNESDAY. DKCKMHEK: 22. 1913CHRISTMAS. : it.

o East and Park
In order to be in the fashion just ,

The season when father wishes he now your remarks should be punc- I Lake. Bearing or- City Drug StoreJ.
had a bigger pocketbook and mother tured by a slight cough. Everybody'sdoing

wonders how on earth she can fix it. lange trees, large
things so that none of the kids will o L. DEAN, Proprietor Orlando, Florida
be disappointed; the time when the The religion of childhood is the religion -! live oaks. Corner
kids themselves indulge in soaring of life and when we stray from
ambitions and great expectations. The that it usually ends in no religion. lot $800. Inside lot

weeks preceding the annual festival o-- I
are punctuated with casual reminders TilE GOL DARN= YANK j$700. Phone 567 !
,
"not to expect too much timesare How our Australian cousins love us FOR SALE!
mighty hard this year." -with the reverse English-finds dem | or inquire 108 Hill- "An Idela Suburban

It's the time of mysterious mov- onstration in the many embittered car My residence, corner north Orange I second floor. Lot, 154 feet front on
ings about the home, of sneaking toons directed against President Wilson crest Avenue. Home"Twenty and Robinson avenues containing Orange avenue. Grounds attractivelyarranged
Library, Reception Room Den, Sewing and sprayed by underground -
the back stairs and hid- and the United States. As
packages up another Room Dining Room Kitchen system.
ing them in bottom drawers of the example of this brotherly affection 1 1I acres convenient to Pantry, Grocery Room, Lavatory all Large garage and log cabin play .
dresser or on the top shelf of the Cartoons Magazine offers the THE FLORIDA REAL ESTATE city, on hard surface road. Six on first floor, with bath and a house etc. Will sell furnished or un-
sleep-I I
ing apartment with eleven furnished.and .
containing four hundred
closet; when father is banished from following verses taken from a Sydney acres closets and
his den and told not to ask questions; newspaper: & INVESTMENT CO. citrus trees just coming into seven storage 11-7-lm

when things are about as badly mixed They may talk o' Eagles screamin' I bearing; twelve acres cleared CHARLES P. DOW
up as during the annual house cleanIng And the glory o' the Yank, farm land and two acres timber;
time. Hut of scrap he's never dreamin. have moved their office to the comfortable six room house,

It's the time of good cheer when So it's gol darn swank Benedict Residence, 114 East barn anti irrigating plant

we forget some of our pet grouches lie guesses some each morning, Central Avenue and hope to It will pay you to investigate

and forgive some of our dearest enemies And he calculates at night; meet our clients and many new this

for n few days, anyway; whenwe He' something big at fawning one to get acquainted with us Price 1500.00:
lay aside Home of our troubles When' the dollar are in night, "Why Not"S
anti methods of doing business
nnd honestly try to be happy. Of II",'* n crobred Dngo Ynnkee, our $
course, the nhndow. of bill to be nettlrd A Non Ynrk Port-a-gee, Wo buy anti sell Heal
next week to pity for nil t this un- lllght smart nnd awful swanky Estate:: nnd Mortgages' loan ('nln box of assorted! Grapefruit Granges and Tangerines

u"ulllnC'IlIt-Iut tlint'o fntlirr'n trouble Since the old' mnii cplllfd, the tfn, money on good: securities and to your friends at homo?

-why worry? Hut he nln't done no nhootln' mlvnncQ money to parties Intending 'F.F A.. Wallace Realty Co, 10 pound ---------------------------w-ww----.$1.35:
The holiday eearntnnds for thebest Since the Junker drowned, < thing. In our liven, 1.t'.RUIIO. It'* And folk think 'e want I.oolln' to build homes on easy 20 pound .....___________...................$2.00

(the time when family mid home and ('0' he held hi* hand for quid. term, Bank Guarantee for our Room :3 I Arcade Express Prepaid.

children and the most Intimate He' n got' darn transactions
(Phone 111
friend and nMnrlallon of our live He' n got darn, IIBNUIII Nl UICT.) 1MIES.

have their Inning, If they ever do- Hut 'e nln't..what. we mil white. _
they romt* first for nitre In nil the He' it gut] .,lift, -- A A A Co.
Orlando Seed & Produce
twelve month' And hack of it nil .N He' n gnl ilitrn,

the sentiment pf the M>n!mttt "I't-nre II...'* it gut diti-ti Vnnktp *klte.Pttttti .
hit ftitth, (Utiull111 (l.t MPII," till, --- --- Grove for Sale! 20d i S, Orange Ave Widtie! l 100
1 fhllhifht. ( hf |ipiir$! and ttlrltdllnesi I' 1 .I' \I'I I Nter'til
r (lint, HwkM, It nil H twiil tit p"llulh.h! : l tt i \IIIIItI" ttlN IIt-f:1l': : pO itprt* ijitkeslitfi tin itch's hi tlroVet! t B2UU! flltti btttrihtfiiUiiutHi :
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frltrtUltllt'l! HU\ )gtt t Idle till) FMFII thin\ HfrtHrll\ fit 1:1: ,tIt"|t t y_ __ PrtlfHtl: HIH1NIUlsilniH MltJ ()NH JOYOUS" ll'ltlhANi' NHllttl1fIINU (
I'liHMWrt' \ I'tHtHftJH' $ flH UrtH! HIM li\tIII"( I IVtJ :
rt )NFf' 1 h i It tau JfHwIi, tAft fltHtii1itltft flt1l\i\ HHI\l\ $ F MHfh THINK T1s>n_Itl.z.ll: I () IN lllfl'flll)111iltIl) ( imilMi (lihOIIYII () (
ilhhtllf! fill Ills\ IFtr. flHHH""lit l iHfi of, i Mf4HfHiI t I fI (MU\ r' imiHiU I'lii' !: i Niti

>"hitf'' tllI fAIHlHthm( hftRtfBfhfl4Rt4 t lt apanlah", ntacils JfJt: :: I Real 1 Estate Co.R .

; ,UHt tl HHh' 'I lie nth not:;t MijHltI Jt'IJllht: I' 14 fhrillh hhich= t Iha li itjiAn cIhhraies :- 1 'tlr I 13 WATIUNB IlltOPli' ""ONt0':\ '
maiked, t tha: beginning pf a ntrggs; His Great American MINSTRELS
pew: Idea in this tiara worMU was fatties pf shrimp a ((4 Newburg l
nn iltflthi\ baa: developed the >vorl>j Fteiunet soutfle aux; subojen ........ ------" \> jlh mutMng new and more profile more songs, jtenFcn, act, .stories and
into something "better and brighter. Coasts: special| feature 'than e\er .before. f>.. new skits 'by Jilt, O'HIUENt$
Prime ribs pf Western 'beef, an jus
U was: suggested early in the Christian Stuffed' native turkey, giblet sauceCranberry "JUHivTQWN'S' unA VEST FIOUTING' THE FRAMES"

1 The era answer-Am I then my brother's was a keeper positive? Oelnionico salad with saltines jelly I i : L dirislmas Cards and Booklets i "TIIE I'ENNYHPE.\sn ,"

denial but it's different now. The
responsibility is acknowledged and Desert: Prices 50c. to $1.50 Seats at McEIroy'a Pharmacy,
asbumed. The splendid charities, English plum pudding, Exquisite selection(from Ic. up). Also Souvenirs,
public and personal the researches with hard sauce Novelties, Toys, Japanese Novelties Stationery,
Pumpkin and mince pies and '
of science and particularly of medical Vanilla ice cream Magazines.
and surgical science are today's reply Maccaroons Lady fingers
and it is because the burden of Assorted Cluster fruits raisins Mixed nuts $ HIli 22 W. Church St. I A-B'COOK & COMPANY

caring for others has been accepted Cafe Noir Bngham; Qt ONE BLOCK EAST A. Co Lo DEPOT CHRIST BUlLplNG : -
r that the world is letter than it was -- -- I .1

two thousand years ago. Have you located Mrs. Tuttle's Gift 111111111 U 111111111 t++ tlil II 1111 1III II 11111111111I
"'e have learned much, we are Shop this season? If not, be sure
do. 1-12-8-tfc I ---- - --- --- I
learning more all the time of humanS von
complexities; mysteries are giving : '

place to established facts and can DR. J. M. MASTERSGRAND PURE FOOD STORE WE furnish our clients with Imestmentsielding a ;
you imagine that all this is being: I
done, has been accomplished through 1- regular net income, payable monthly, quarterly or an-
VIEW SANITARIUM:: GroceriesCHRISTMAS
selfishness, through hope for personal nually. t
advantage or gain? Port Orange, Florida
The lowering death rate the mastery HINTSRaisins WE handle all kinds of Building :Materials: and furnish
over disease, making straightthe No.e.1
crooked deformed body, bringing Devoted to treatment, Currents, Walnuts, Almonds, Brazil Nuts, Pecans,*?' plans and estimates free.
bodily health in place of suffering, Citron, Orange Peel, Lemon Peel, Cluster Raisins, Burnett"Extracts ..t:
increasing life expectancy and efficiency Throat and Lungs. All facilities I Burnett's Cake Coloring
showing men and women howto successful:' The Above Are All Fresh Stock
for scientific and I
live, all these have come with the Phone 203 No. 8 W. Church St.
recognition of the Christian principal treatment.
of responsibility for other
Cleanliness' I jn next to godliness': nnd
clean bodies, clean habit, clean! minds .$' .... ..,.,. ( . . . . , . . . ..

mean health' physical and spiritual.'

Florida' Hoard fr Health has n I INVESTMENTS; ; G. C. Montgomery
million men and women and children MERRY XMAS !

tt watch over and protect and warn >

and find fault with and tench. It'* :Municipal( nnd Industrial We \\'oulttllkc to nell $500 worth of the Best Feeds We have employed tho service of G. C. Montgomery for

wink I I" for them nil, that the man Bonds, Mortgages$ on Improved that were ever ottered thin week by Friday night.If .
overhauled and
may I br III rOIl&rC'rtill better In Imdy" our painting department. Cam painted.
do 't'111 give 1 cent of sales! to the Associated
find nit it result l-i-ttrr and utrongvr! Property. we \\ per
Prices for Fords $10.00 to $20.00 Any cars $10 to $1'0.;
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In mind\ and oiil. And l tn them nil It Charities for their Snntn Claus! fund

".end Its (Chrl'tmn" gteetlng of goodwill 8 per cent. Just received, car of Ballard & Mallard Shorts and
nnd !>mid l-hl'lI. with the buoy. Ilrnn. Short 10.IB per rent Protein Bran 1B.78 !per cent.
nut hope and. upectntlnn that the Interest Investments of
upon
year tn come will ,brlnir, in lit the CHALMERS MOTOR CAR CO.
pist,. t, ;help. uperntliin In the HTnrttrt unquestioned security*
The Produce Co
innke I'loiMn" n better nnd more Co-Operiive

'lipftllliful slid eveh tnnrf Inviting I'JIAH 1 I'. IMIWlif )( Freeman VI D Phillips
plate Iii live Id W g, DeWItI) Mgr No 10 I M;, ('liUrch 6t I'lIONM! 4 i? Mgr

.tt ' ItputtlfNlttlllhltl|, Itithk 14 )KAftt tltttlttll fitltfefef IMIUNM) 111

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ness dinner" at the Mason hotel to mission government may be all right
help along President Wilson's propa for smal (Itowns and villages but will!! .

ganda. While the :yare in session not be practical for larjrer cities.

'ly w. S. Itranch. Gt'OrleIason might work in a pre- Daytona is to vote early in Janu ron ., I t II! h hi
,._, paredness talk about the big fair. It the adoption of a new rommi'-Mon I II't
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seems to need a little hypodermic injection charter.
We cl' the following advertisement -
:? of some strong stimulant.0 .
froiri a Virginia paper: - now OKAMK COUNTS IJIILI
"Fullblooded cow for sale giving his special column in Dixie, coon; UOAIH.) J
milk, ten tons of hay, a lot to chkk- Chas. II.: Jones, in speaking' of the
ens and several Moves." Times-Union's position on the pre t Winter Haven "Florida Chief)
\\'e have owned some right geed |..."'*9M program, says: : "A. & Mr.: J. Walker Pope IIpl'nt1 o\eral
rows before this but no vcr had oils I and : Harrison tho
touch I'cnjamin the week
days' in Orange! county past
with such\ a I cord a* this I l-vviiie {editorial' writers arc brilliant, and the for the}, purpose of further sntisfyina! AS MERRY AS THE
holds.St. rditor.il1in; M. Hall, is !gifted and himself as to the general rllYcts of
-o-- cnieful and t'\'ld\'nlly knows what the rood( roaiN. Uurinc his visit i in Or. (
I'uu, 'Minn, hats un ) future policy of its owner will de tinge ('1.1.1111)1: r. Pope called upon nL'rent JINGLE
tlon of men railed "The. (!orlllllill&'l 1 multi" Mr. Jones also says that the many of the business und ptofessionnl r
low," who tnuko It their T.-U. is owned by the railroad Inter. } men representing almost.'
collect money und nuppllc fur the ,'('ltt.... Nil proof of the truth of HIP every line of business in the county, OF SLEIGH BELLS
)MM>r and "llItll"utt the results of first statements Is needed and it isprubnhly find he "icpoitrd' tlvit ho did not Oml\ 1iq1 1
their work unsung the worthy vnv. much i'ii ier to make the nails person who was not. enthusiasticoer
One of the greatest. things ever said last Btuternent than It U to prove it. Oiaii) 'e county KIMH! roads.!
about' the Saviour of men wan that -n-- The assessednluation of Orange) Are the happy people who on Xnuu day

ails went al>out doing IMJ.!" I'luUt, Jersey City, N. J., with neatly county Is $$7.000,000) the Hond huts ti t I'l"'lh"t! gifts, bought ntY
was the first\ "tloodfellow three hundred thuumind population \IIOollu.on.! ( and they have sUty miles
-u-- reports the clone of another year of of completed" bllck hljrhwny. Prom r
the. old Ilileli: Muses, which fur ('11'11' III III II Ion government with the the best Information that Mr. Pope" .
)'ear was one of the nights. In New most favorable, renuUri Dedpttscdrunning multi!. SPCUIP' they will piohahly! levy!
Yolk city, has 'been rioted' up and "pertseuy increased elflrienry tin rxtftt three mills! for n few years [Y ANS JWlRY[ [ STOR[
the wax fltfuied were rold at uuetien.Washington In every department and hulmttttititil' fitly, In order tll take care II' the 'In,
mid Mil father I hi&uttht' iupfeHmi In population' are All mentioned crewed! expenses!! tail liullillnjj& nf n
nine dollars.jutt the value of the Alt resulting from the newer few new Intterttt roaiU The general
Will of which they wets EampeeeJ. form (>f government ThU must 'be opinion seem, ,* to prevail that this In .
rather disconcerting to f"rtftlfIIt1WI.* rreaseil levy will not be necessary for We have spent many days preparing. ,:
Jacksonville U to have ft "prepared* paper editor who Insist that com* more than a couple of year, All the
our Xmas stock and now our selections
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I Ii % speak for themselves.Everything .


;: r 4z( i I, ? to Please Everybody

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,1 4 We offer you just what you want at

just the price you want to pay. Thou-

I sands of articles from which to make your

selection from the most complete jewelry

e store in Florida.


f d af4 11f r, y S T. H. EVANS


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THE IDEAL Xma Gilt I :


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IS SOMETHING {ELECTRICAL{ r.


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Acme Electric Irons. 1

VElectric Radiant Radiators.

Electric Toaster Stoves.
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Electric Curling Irons. outlying lands, which are now coming This is quoting the words of the driver. FOR SALE CHEAP
70 acres virgin pine land, just off
Electric Coffee Percolators.. into use very rapidly, are increasingin brick road and fronting for half a
Electric Ovens. value.In In visiting with various merchantsand mile on the southeast side of a beautiful -
business men, Mr. Pope was in- lake, not far from Orlando. $75
one instance, Mr. Pope's attention -
Some indirect Luminous Chandeliers. formed that the increase in businesswas land at $30 per acre for an immediate
was called to a particular sectionof buyer. Address Box 546 NOW.
Up-to-date light effects in ceiling showers and fix- the County traversed by the brick very noticeable since the construc- 12-18-6tc
tion of these roads and that the Ger-
tures. highway on which the land, prior to
; the building of the brick roads were man army could not be able to induce Oakland Six, $875 F. O. B. Orlando.
Eveready Flash Lights and dry batteries. them to go back to the old sand trails.
being freely offered at $25.00 to $40.00
Mazda Bulls in the new type C, which doubles candle with no buyers since building of this The real estate men are very opti-
road land values along the road have, mistic and report a very substantial
current consumption.
power of present Mazda at same 'business.
within a reasonable distance back, in-
Special fixtures for Xmas trees. Tiny lights ready creased to $100.00 to $125.00 per acre 'I
and are selling readily and from information The want ad's the thtn2.I -.11n1OY W ON
for use. I
Special.All obtainable considerable is I news. _inc. a week delivered. "Oakland cars are sold everywhere.
done the roads.In ---
being along
discount. improved
10 cent
Electrical Reading Lamps per
visiting with one grower, Mr.
Pope secured the information that
Curry Electric Co.ORANGE this party was now hauling into the THE ALTAMONTEALTAMONTE

packing house thirty to forty boxes SPRINGS, FLORIDA
with the same mules he used to haul
AVE. eighteen to twenty boxes, and other NOW OPEN

loads in proportion. In visiting with fie sure and take the delightful 10 mile auto ride from Orlando, ,,
one of the operators of the Jones Jit' and see the "Beauty spot of all Florida." Delightful hotel with
a every modern Improvement. 600 feet of broad piattas, overlooking'
%... hey Set.It'ehlch rutis out seventeen two lovely' lakes!!, and over 40 acres in beautiful park, (Jolt, Tennis
miles! from Orlando, making four trips ttoque, Howling on the! green, Milliard and Pool Hall, tlowling Alley!!
dally, the driver said that in one trip Itrmtc, drove, all free to our )tUett!'! !. Flneii! flatting. and
j\ the day t ef0re, he hud brought into nhnrjtlhg, The Alt h1hhtt! is rioted for Its! matfiiticent\ totfttlon! delirhtfui *
pHtmtiHeu! and) t,fractal l life, <(<(hind urehe.tra)1. ) Efcreitence; of
Otlttti.lrt eight full fare' and five\ half cuisine and tervice!, and purest tpr in the lUth.

fare! nine suit t'1tlPlI\I1.t! two bundles! emul I K. IIA'ir.H tON, Owner lAd I I'fttllfhsttlr",
In the! tin I\t.t\e\ \ which he! war! drivintr

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'' Mechanical Toys Dolls! Dolls! Dolls!

Purses Jewel Boxes
Toy Trains, Uoats, :Men, Dogs, Autos, Anima ,
Undressed Kid I Hotly 1 Full Jointed I Risque I
Cannons that Shoot, Cornets, Trombones,
Ladies Neck ware, Hose, Handkerchiefs, 'tc.
Inll+, Dressed) Dolls of All Sizes and Price.
Tea and 1 Dinner Sets, Toy, Aluminum Cooking in Holiday Boxes, Men's Initial Handkerchiefs
Vclot'4'ICdcM, Automobiles Irish) Mail, Carts
) Ware and Dishes. SniOKNHUT ART DOLLS
Hocking Horses, Doll I> Carriages: Trunks, Neckties: Suspenders and Hose, inFancy
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Kitchen Cabinet Furniture, Tool Chests, -- Boxes.


Chairs, Piano: HornDrunn: Doll lied. Mp jJ PUTL[ [ [n lJ} PHI fl S llTIp.l-p.p.A.A. RTMENTSTnRE Extra Fine Line of Chinn Solid Bowels.SIDELIGHTS .



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ALL POINTS ON SCHEDULE TIMEOrlandoWinter




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Leave Orlando From Ford Garage 7:30am Leave Maitland for Orlando 8.30am
cc" 9:30: n m From Postoffice 10.30am1.30pm
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11:30 am"
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2:30: pm" I' 3.30pm
f" 4:30pm""r' 7.30pm +
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1 0:00 pm" 10.30pmLeave

Winter Park for Maitland 7.50am Leave Winter Park for Orlando 8.40am
... From Winter Park Auto Co. 9.50am" "lO.40am
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4.50pm .". .'' .". .". 7,40pm
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Operated By F. G. Rush, Owner, Ford Garage,

ORLANDO, FLA.rELEPHOI .

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10 Passenger Fords equipped with the Mackay compensating

six wheel chassis. Patent Pending.

"THE CAR OF COMFORT"

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Orlando to Winter Park 15e
RATES OF FARES Winter Park to Maitland tOe

Orlando to Maitland 25e

CARS WILL STOP AT ANY POINT, MINIMUM FARE lOc



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Toys! Near Toys! :

Bought this season. Our Toy stock is new, fresh, and clean ;
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DOLLS-The greatlest Collection :

Dolls' ever seen in Orlando ToysToyn
Owing (tn the fart that our (toy* and doll 'H'rtlut In k
Illtf doll*, little doll, blond doll) brunette dolls or cute arriving we have decided to give n special discount lu'uln that charm baby,tickle the children.please", dud and !J
little dolk ThmiAiiml, *! of them, each of them wanting n nlnir Monday morning,its we must not carry any of them mother and amuse, granddaddy nnd Krandmother. You 1
hume mfr, HO to all purcluiKiTH of dull+, toys, ur games we will never wiw( Jilt)many toy*. 1
gl'e a discount of J
T 20 per cent 1.5 off the regular price 1
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Merry' Xmas at 'rEm EtQ: STo! : m : I


: SANTA CLAUS la I In the FURNITURE Department this week I waiting to give you( i Xmaa Present in cash j i


DON'T FAIL TO ATTEND THIS SALE! : : ;


: To each customer making a CASH purchase, you will be handed back in CASH 5 per cent of your pur-

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

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

JUST THE THINGS FOR MOTHER A FAMOUS McDOUGAL KITCHEN CABINET.A BEAUTIFUL DINING TABLE OF ANY FINISH, A BASKET, A PAIR OF ALL WOOL
BLANKETS A CARPET SWEEPER AN ELECTRIC LAMP AND DOZENS OF OTHER USEFUL GIFTS.
c WHAT ABOUT DAD? GIVE HIM A NICE LARGE COMFORT CHAIR AN OFFICE CHAIR OR A CELERETTE.
C DON'T) FORGET SISTER. GIVE HER A BEAUTIFUL DRESSING TABLE WRITING DESK, TELEPHONE STAND, A CEDAR CHEST OR A NICE PIECE OF CHINA.
GIVE BROTHER A CHIFFIROBE SMOKING STAND COItSTO IEIt.SUIT CASE OR HAND BAG.

DON'T FORGET THE 5 PER CENT OF YOUR PURCHASE IN CASH

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FLORIDA>> rOM'KRKNCn. : : : CON- PUOKHSS10NAI, CARDS MMIIMMMMMMMMMMIMMMMHIMMMMMMM
Cl.tiS!|) :: SESSION:
With the rending of tint appointttimtfl ROBINSON & BEARDALLATTORNEYATLAW 1

In Tampa, Monday afternoon
WinterParlNews nt 4:30: clock, the seventysecotidnension

{ of the annual Florida Conference No 4 West Pine Sreet PRACTICAL XMAS GifTS
M. E.; Church South, stood! ad
journed. The following I Is a list of
the appointments in the Orlando district Phone 161

Daily Budget Of[ Items Concerning Orlando: lJitdrt-Smith Hardin, ANSCO CAMERASHAWKEYECAMERAS

nrp:'iJtns elder; Apopka circuit, S. I. DAVIS & GILESATTORNEYSATLAW :
Ilendm: Altoona circuit I I. li. Roberts .
rite Town And Rollins
Collegei ; Cre. i Enter .rise circuit, W. J. Bartlett supply
; frostproof and Lake Wales C.ii. CAMERA: FILMS: ,
I HOTEL FILLING UP WINTER PARK NOTES I. Yoik; Haines City to be supplied; Phone 72
Hawthorne circuit A. L. (Hope; InterInchin CAMERA: CARDS *
RAPIDLYThe circuit T. .'. Howland; KisRimmee. Rooms 5. 6, 7, 8,-
II" New Seminole hotel is fillingup Sieert's Eight: Hour DayII. S. W. Lawler; Icesburg B. Davis & McNeill Bloc) FILMS: 1)E1'ELOI'EDTIlERMOS .
rapidly with winter guests. Siewcrt the popular Winter I H. Sweat; Maitland, J. E.: Shepherd;
Orlando J. 1). Ley; Meido and Gene : BOTTLES
Among the prominent people who are Park photographer, has been forced, : va, C. E. Gutteridge; Okeechobee, W. f
i at present enjoying the pleasures of on account of the rush of Christmas 10. Troutman; Palatka, S. Grady; FOUNTAIN PENS
Florida life at this popular tourist orders to adopt a working schedule Rodman and Mission, G. T. Ilutler;
K. I D. Jones Shingle Creek. Victor Starbuck SAFETY RAZORSCHRISTMAS
I hotel are the following: Miss Mary S. of eight hours per day for the holiday I to Seville be. supplied; Umatilla; and Ta\ares,
Udall of New York city; I n. W. Cook season. Even; at that Mr.\ Siewert Is J. II. Rooney; Webster, I'" I I.. Crow- ATTORNEY-AT-LAt9 : BOXES: OF CIGARS
l and wife and their son, Mr. John I having trouble keeping up with his I con. ; \\dnka circuit Carl Graft; Winter I II ;
[ Cook of ItrntHce, Nebraska; E. W.I orders Photos for Christmas presents -I Garden; circuit II. Steenbock; I 1 Phone 161 CHRISTMAS BOXES: OF JOHNSON'S Mil
Winter haven, II. C. Hardin. i
k 1'arknril, of New York} Mr. and Mrs.C. seem to be very popular this sen- '
II. Morse, of Chlrngoj: Mr and son and the filenert studio Is gettingIts I The statistical' reports made at the No. G\\. Pine SI Orland Ha WAt'KEE CANDIES
I M tII. \V.V.. I.' tn"m. of New haven full share of the wotk.Work confeience yesterday morning showed
110 local preachers 38,3JU: : :! members,
r ('on",1 Hutton 1'rewlon, of Ms.nfleli\ !,
Ohloj Mrs\ C. W. U'nlile and tlnuch- on the residence which Is. being Ilin Infants baptlxrd, brit,2: adults 171
tent. MM! Margery WtIt.! ef NVllp HH-Ird br II. I I.!, tMttitrtU: hearthe "pwnrlli: Leagues, n,tilt (League "iitrtn-, p
I try IIIIU, MAM' t Mr. and.. MM. J. T. Nwr RHtilnnt hole! In |111.ttlttttflA. i'rrs, :nTH Funilrtjr sihools.., 1..1I1: t t elTInlul R. RAY WHITE
Cltlr MM l.rtUrrt It, tot-till i .. (cnrliersi' :M&m Pumlrtystlit LUCERNE[ [ PHARMACY
I iHrknoH' .bf Rti| litg frtti, titlilr) nhil (tI" ""IMIItIt'tIll' h*
hoslt hf MusloHj MM| Allrtl I UUltt1l1 HHMjiMnl,I ntul rfrtiljr+I, fatreuwliejr| IiItlntl',
hI (tti .lHt! ithlt| Mr, \VV. :IIIIII ofltnth Itt li'e) I Par+ future.piPtwmul tt'ftflIt ,
fNt> Vufk, lice, a lllIt'jllIllI h. fijf I IIUI'HnllhlliHHIIII !HUlOili '
J w -- IParhPFq PIIONH() y, WH (11VB litAUINfl) ( Clttl'li4( \
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l UUI.I.lN pIIIIItaNlll:! I dlllNIiIIIIMH "'III', i itttw ntti-ntiii f jf AlIMIIBr. hjft i n milllliHIIi! !, .rid, Iii' lillli : When in Ktaimmee( malt the IMlrtre Drug\ tori
F : Hilt IIOIIimNi : FhnferenFS l mi+ 11t1l1i1 110,9111 FhlFt.ht"II'IHltl \ :
I u p paFteli hI( i r turn aunts
wsry( |IMii i n Mit-F* (MID\ that I leaves\ HOlt ) tlti+ week in spend\ the tlll1hlt\fli: \ , U thftI, FtluFatiHnt\ \ .";, l Ui-IAmeriFan i =- ::;
WlntsF Nark thee! days Fame* its with hw |parents t itt the New eminHle. 1m.,.$ HFiel( ,ugj preaid: Worthln ton Blackman I t..tttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttt..ttttt."MADE t
I fI\lHtit\ Rr fftllepe student I t. who are hotel 1, il'ljf elders' !1l blidldi. j J1i4itRFi!, t nht13, i
I tlAmllwlH rd i hound reF the. Christmanhalidaya I hiahnpa!, 'hHTi m m'lF' Rr fh\lffhtli\ ATTOUNI Y=AT=LAW

i Among: those who have. alt = I I Mr: harry t't rg4sun, Mf!: lien 11si tlA"i t i pf worship, h8d; value, of ,I'hnnn 617
t ready left are Wvman, Elli awl bliss freer and Miss Virginia CampheA( 'hogaea pfTOO warship, 'IQ33t177i, indehtedness -

r Alms SMbs, who> have returned fq I were among |the Winter Park peoplewho I'IQ2,17ii' pastoral, charges, RunffiilQ m$ 14 YnWell=Dtwk :
i their home a* t'H stprQQ'1I, and \the\ spent part of yesterday morningin }180; parsonages, H9j} value] '6 9t50, "
Misses Oeraldme and Vannie Clark, Orlando doing Christmas shopping. indebtedness, J:29,576; churches dam- worth Building, :
f aged by fire, three; amount of dam- IN BOND IGARS"AT

.Christman R. 11. Harbour arrived yesterday age, $561; insurance carried, $453- .I
010 premiums paid $2,426: collectedon Phone 72
day's departures will include Miss ; ; :
t losses $H; copies of general organ ,
Elizabeth Russell who is to enjoy I ,
i the vacation at her home at Fort weeks ago. taken 325; conference organ, THE RIGHT PRICE
Paul V. Hutchins :
Pierce Melvin Wagner who leaves 3,000; raised for orphanage, $70,052; ,
.k for Eiwtis, and Dana W. Ballard), of Mr. Fred Campbell and wife arrived Sunday school special, $1,119; district -
and Counsellor at Law :
Emporia. In Winter Park yesterday from parsonages $r 3C; incidental expenses Attorney "Made In Bond Cigars At The Right Price."
i Pittsburgh.Mr. $0.381; other objects, $943
FINE AI'I'I.F.S 683. Grand total funds raised $401-' I Davis & McNeil Hldg We Have On Hand One Of The Best CIGARS Made And

I J, I.. SIsro proprietor of the Winter : and Mrs. Waldo Reed popular 670. ORLANDO FLA. : You Can Get This Cigar In Boxes Of Five Up

Park bakery, received yesterdayfrom I winter residents of Plymouth, who To Fifty Cigars.
: a friend in Indiana a bushel basket have recently returned to Orange LATE TO CLASSIFYFOR .

of Grimes' Golden apple Mr.Hlsco \ county from Fall River Mass., where Dr. F. F. Thompson The Only Exclusive Cigar Store In Orlando j
who is an ardent Hoosler was they spent( the summer were among SALE Small Studebaker rOAd.
needless to delighted with his tier perfect condition runs AS quietas
nay the hollII"hop eri' visiting Orlando
nn electric; "bargain J, R, Year by. Dentistformerly
Christmas gift. The Crimes' GoldenIs yesterday from nearby! towns. 12-22-r.tc:! :!: :
.ne of the best eating apples to be
obtained but on account of its poor FOR CHRISTMAS l.nsT-Unrk tlutlnAnl..h d leather of New York GOOD AND BAD CIGAR STORE 1
shipping qualities is seldom or never hand bag at A, C. I.. depot. Will
TRY SOME OF' THAT RICH FRUITCAKE the lady who found same kindly return 115 SOUTH ORANGE
seen on Florida markets. to this office. 12.22.ltc
Over Curtis & O'Neal's 122 S. Orange Ave., next lo T. H. EvansMMIMMIIIilllMMMMUMMMMMIIIIIIMIMMM
AT KNOWLES HALL LAST F. O. STONE: BAKING CO. WANTED-Ford' touring car-cheap
EVENING Sold in Winter Park by for cash also one Ford touring ?
I body complete\ in good condition.
F. W. SHEPHERD
The performance given last evening :
Answer quick. Box 93, Orlando, Fla.
at Knowles Hall by Gilbert At 12-22-tf '
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Lee Eldredge, was one of the most Room No. 3, Schultz Did?.
enjoyable and laughable witnessed in Christmas dinner-Just like home-
Dr. C. W. Fain Astor Cafe-12 to 2 and 5:30 to 8.
Winter Park for a number of months.Mr.
l12214tc. New Overland I at $800Oversize
Eldredge was at his best and his i
humorous the DENTIST UR. U H. RAMSDELL
impersonations kept
I It's still time to have a sitting for
audience with him from start to fin Office Hours: 8 to 12, 2 to 5. Christmas gift photos at Siewert's OPTOMETRIST Tires I Shock Absorbers and Extra Tire
ish. WINTER PARK FLA. Studio, Schultz building. 12-21-2tc OKLANDO. - FLORIDA

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RETURNS FROM NATIONAL WO rI A I* -OJ. 1r=rtJ
MAN'S SUFFRAGE ASSOCIATION FavoriteTODAY'S
11@r( CONVENTIONRev. IJS
n nritty "GET IT AT ALLEN'S"
Mary A. Safford, president of
the Florida Equal Suffrage Association PROGR.tM"TIIE
arrived in Orlando last night I LIVING WAGE"A
SOCIAL CALENDAR BOARD OF GOVERNORS OF THE Broncho feature, in two parts U
from D. C. where she -
Washington ,
I I featuring Richard Stanton fJ ', iJt
December 23. ASSOCIATED CHARITIES attended the annual convention of the and Enid Markey. -

Mrs. L.Thursday T. Hewitt entertains the MEETS National Woman's Suffrage Associa-I II "THE A LITTLE Majestic drama.MOTHER" ..!;),.r.,.=.._.-...,.;,-....- ;:l .t ""plJJ
Christmas The board of of the As-
Bachelor Girls with 1
a governors tion. En route to Washington Miss ;f '1 ;
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I "UNCLE HECK, BY HECK"'An .. Ji"
party.Afternoon party at the Rosalind Club, sociated Charites organization held Safford attended the Southern States American Beauty comedy, featur- '.'J. .Jik1..':' '
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its regular meeting yesterday afternoon Richmond Va. ing John Beatrice . # --- ,.. .
Miss Mary Robinson chairman. Suffrage Congress at Stepping ., : ",.., ...-.....-;.
Van and John SheehanB.
with attendance of
a good mem-
Friday. December 24. I I-___ ..} Jf.
Christmas party children of the Unitarian I bers. The secretary reported that MRS. DWIGHTS BAKED BEANS
Sunday school. I plans and arrangements for the distribution FOR SALE A. Moore, who has been work- '1
Saturday, December 23.Christmas Friday, 4:30 m., as Saturday is -Los-' "'-"'"
of Christmas baskets have p. ing on the erection of the Jacocks < i\
dance in the Armory gh'enby I Christmas day. Brown bread, hot tea "', ,, '1j.- ..
been and that the home here, left ,
visit his
the Civic League. nearly completed biscuits doughnuts, and salad for I I Saturday to r.l -
-0-- 'I minor details yet remaining will be sale also. Supper from 5:30 to 7 i i son, who is ill in Orlando.-Daytona o 4 --
ORLANDO GIRL WEDS IN cleared up in ample time. p. m. Friday. One of my inimitable i i Gazette News.
PANAMAMrs. I So numerous have been the appealsfor Christmas turkey dinners 12 to 2 I TIlE BEST GIFTS ON THE TREE will be articles of Jewelry Fl
p. m. Saturday, 75 cents. Public cor-
Anna A. Wimer announces the aid which have been received that dially invited. l-12-22-4tc from this establishment. We are proud of our stock. Choose < J
marriage of her daughter, Mary to the officers of the organization have SpirellaCorsets t.
your gifts and let us lay them aside for you. :
Jlr. Frank A. Curtis. The marriagewas been kept busy. Few people realize NEW AUTO LINE FROM ORLANDO .
solemnized on the morning of the number of cases of destitution in TO MAITLAND
December 2 in the Union church it and near Orlando, and the work whichis ALLEN & CO., JEWELERS=
Balboa Heights, Panama, with Rev. to be done by the Associated Char- (Continued from page 1)) (Not sold in stores)

Flammer performing the ceremony. ities in distributing Christmas cheerto patented and Mr. Rush has the ex- Wear a Corset made to fit you. [b dJ
The bride is a former Tampa girl. these needy families will be cor clusive rights of operation in this Ask for a demonstration.Send OJl- '
She was born in Orlando and has also respondingly valuable and indispensalbe. county.Mr. postcard to
lived in St. Petersburg. She has been. Rush in the course of an inter-
making her home in Panama for the The board of governors at their view stated yesterday that the new Mrs. Van Buskirk PREPARING FOR

past four years, having held a responsible meeting yesterday decided to ask auto line had been created primarily Corsetiere CHRISTMAS NOW
government position. Mr. Marcus C. Fagg, of Jacksonville, to for the benefit of Orlando Winter
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Curtis is also in the civil service and address the annual meeting which is Park, and all intermediate points. The 308 Magnolia Ave. OrlandoGRAND 1 A little touch of paint here and there

is now making his home in Balboa to be held the first Tuesday in Jan- service will be given on schedule time I 'S f ft will holiday put season.the house Let in us shape fill for your the

Heights. Mrs. Curtis has many uary. and there will be no delay. Every- wants in the paint line. We handle
friends in Florida who will be inter- --oA thing will be operated to the finest only pure goods and can provide you
ested in this announcement. Her last PRETTY DINNER PARTYA point of perfection.The with every requirement. Our guarantee -
goes with everything we sell.
visit to Tampa was in February of pretty dinner party was given big auto will leave from in
this year and her next one is plannedfor yesterday afternoon by the Misses front of the Ford Garage on South

the fall of 1916. Elizabeth Yowell and Gertrude Orange avenue as per schedule. Pa- Ii3 M If ,1 Orlando Paint &: Wall Paper fo
-- Barnes in honor of Miss Lillian trons may bring their baggage, bun-
The party which was to have been Gedge. Following a matinee party at dles, etc., to the Ford Garage, which 205 S. OranQeAvenutCOLEMAN
TODAYA
given the evening of December 22 by the Grand the party proceeded to the will be equipped with chairs, tables, Phone 261.
& RHAN
Miss Jessie Gedge has been postponeduntil Cornish Tea Room where an elaboratesix etc., for the convenience of passen
a later date on account of the course dinner was served. The
death of Mrs. C. G. Westcott. table was prettily decorated in Christmas gers.Mr.. Rush is very optimistic con- Return EngagementOf

--0-- greens, poinsettias and the place cerning the new auto line. "If the the Greatest Comedy Ever
The Rosalind Club rooms will be cards were most artistic. The menuas public sees fit to patronize it to the
closed Thursday afternoon, December served under the personal direc- extent it deserves said Mr. Rush, Filmed, CAREY HANDFUNERAL
23, by order of the president.Ada tion of Mrs. Cornish was delicious. "we will put in other lines just as
Bumby, secretary. Eleverr young ladies were present. soon as the patronage warrants it and "TILLIE'S PUNCTURED ROMANCE -
-- as soon as the cars can be built. I
DIRECTOR
would not hesitate a minute to put on ,

TELL HER that if she is going to a line between Orlando and Oakland AND EMBALMERAll
vai Ocoefi and Winter Garden and Featuring

have really fashionable wedding invitations, those one through Apopka to Zellwood if MARIE DRESSLER,

which are correct in form, artistic in workmanshipand the patronage warranted such a
move." CHARLIE CHAPLIN, calls answered Promptly Day
{ of the finest material, order samples and prices Mr. Rush also hinted that he con.

from the J. P. Stevens Engraving Co., Whitehall templated extending the prevent line MAIIEL NORMAND I or Night. Hand Block.
to Sanford to connect with all Clyde 6,000 Feet of Film With a

St., Atlanta Gn., and they will be forwarded free ofcharge. Line boats, and might also put on a Orlando Florida.
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line \between Orlando and Kleglmmee. Laugh. In Every Foot! i

Brad the full advertisement in
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ROYAL NF.H IlIJOUR, ATTENTION:
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Regular meeting of Sunny South
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Camp No. 7 afternoon at 2:30: ; also it Is

boys monthly By are order welcome.social.of the AH recorder.Mr. visiting. Neigh TUE[ LUCERNE[ [ FRANKA. I'UKTIS WILLIAM RO'NEE I. s


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W. E. Lockerby arrived in Or-
lando yesterday afternoon on the
Tampa Special to spend the season TODAY
and escape the cold weather in the
North. Mr. Lockerby says that when

he left Minneapolis everything was CURTIS & O'NEAL
frozen and sleigh riding was popular. THE LAW OF LOVE," 1
lie thinks Orlando is good enough for
him to make his home here the year A Two-Part liiograph Drama
round and is trying to arrange hit Insurance Loans Real Estate i

affairs in Minnesota with that end in
view. lie is at present making his "AN UNEXPECTED Rentals'MMIIMIIM

home at the Orland hotel. ROMANCE"An
SELL AT LIST PRICE-FREIGHT ADDED-NO

DEVIATION WHATEVER.: GOING; HOME FOU PLUM Essanay Western. ..
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PUDDING
CUTTING PRICE OF CARS IS AN ADMISSION:

THEY ARE NOT WORTH LIST PRICE. Commenting on the rumored with "WHAT DID HE WHISPER?"

COMPLETE: LINE OF PARTS CARRIED IN drawal of British troops from the Yitagraph Comedy.5c ESTABLISHED 1M
Dardanelles, Carl Jansen, clerk
: city ,
STOCK-NO 'VAITING-NO WIRE EXPENSE-NOEXPRESSAGE.
yesterday remarked that the "Tom
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mies" were going back to Englandfor

IT IS NOT THE FIRST COST RUT THE RUNNING Christmas plum pudding.Go .
"Same Little Prices" lOc .' . .UMIIIMIIIMIIMIMMMMUMIMIMSAXON
EXPENSE, THE UPKEEP, AND COST OF
to P. Dale &: Co.'s for Cnrist-
PARTS THAT COUNT. mas postals cards, booklets, and <
fancy baskets. 12-18-tfc -.
GASOLINE ADVANCES TWO CENTS MONDAY,

AND THE DODGE CAR WILL MAKE FROM: TWENTY

TO TWENTY.FIVE MILES TO A GALLON OF GASO-

LINE-THAT IS WORTH CONSIDERING. SIX $785.00

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have been appointed distributors for central :
THERMOS Florida for this wonderful car. We will have in two car-
loads before January 1st, and want everybody in Orlandoto j
ride in it. The only cheap thing about the Saxon is 1

Bottle or Carafe the price. Equipped with Timpkin axles and bearings 1
throughout, electric starter and lights, genuine leather J
I.L'N.PIIILLIPSS210 S NS upholstery and all refinements of a $2,000.00 automobile. j
Large assortmentAT Let us give you a demonstration. Carload of the famous i
Reo Six's to arrive this week. You are invited to ride i j
in them also. For high class, long life and hard work !
S. Orange Ave. Reo and Saxon.PALMS. ,


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

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SHIRTS Xmas .

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

JEWELRY

Christmas Hosiery A well selected gift of some practical article of jewelry i is a sure way to please a man for Fancy Linens
a Christmas. Jewelry that he can put to everyday use is the kind he likes best. Vast assortment
Very attractively boxed for gift giving. of tie pins, charms and !lapel buttons, cuff buttons and links, dress sets, belt buckles, tie clasps, Hand embroidered Madeira work. In sets,
etc., at a big range of prices. centerpieces, scarfs, etc., etc.
"Gordon" Silk Hose, $1.00 and $1.50 box. HANDKERCHIEFS Lunch Sets, 13 pieces, from $5.00 to___$14.60
"Gordon" Lisle Hose, 4 pairs in box$1.00 Centerpieces from $1.23 to ____________ "Phoenix" Silk Hose, 2 pairs in box____$1.50 We have assembled for the Christmas season a stock of handkerchiefs that will never be Scarfs from $2.25 to ______________ 1.50
Phoenix Children's Hose, 4 pairs in box $1.00 surpassed for its vastness, good values and fine qualities. We have omitted nothing that would Hemstitched Madeira work:
Children's Lisle Hose, 2 pairs in box__ 50c. make a handkerchief display complete. An unusually fine array of linens, silks and silk and Lunch napkins, each _
linen mixtures in plain effects initial, border and pattern designs. Also combination sets of handkerchiefs ------------ --- 35C.
hosiery and neckwear. Lunch squares, $1.00 to -----------____$3. 0
Hemstitched scarfs, 75c to __ 3.00 1
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"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 1 p \
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
Vests in fthite and colors. Regular Prices is most unique in its completeness.
range from $1.98 to $-i.50. BATH ROBES Pure Irish Linen. Genuine Hand Embroid

If you want to cheer a man up-if you want to make him comfortable, happy and win his ery.
o 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 nt moderate prices. cents to

SMOKING JACKETS 65 cents each

Com ey Slippers Give "him" a smoking Jacket for Christmas and wntch his face beam with delight. \VO could -- -
not suggest, n gift that would qualify for n higher. .place In n man's appreciation. Our stocks! this Silk
WomC'"', Comfy Slipper, ell colon ,..GO pair .season .show every good, smoking jacket style, color and fabric-every new effect Is Included. And HandkerchiefsWe
Slipper ................$1.25 pair the .prices are within tho bounds of every! one's limit.FANCY We have just/ received shipment of ex.quliltt .

Mines', ,lied Comfeyi ............$1.00 pair VESTS / Crepe tie Chine Handkerchief 'In AChild.
'* lied Gomfeyn ............$1.00 pair Il\rJr' variety ef beautiful colors and eml roJ|!.
Tho fastidious dresser tho man who takes his appearance seriously will heartily welcome
Italy\ Red Comfeyn ............ .75 pair n fancy waistcoat fur Chrl"tmn"0 have selected fur the holidays innumerable clever and tindtnlnhly ores Qifecls'
rorit'vt wnMe-twts thnt will surely bo mlmln by dUcrlmlnntlnjr men Priced very reasonably.
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price 35c each

Men's Overcoats CANES AND UMBRELLAS --- -----

\\,'lieii n hiitti miss hh Burulity morning stroll lu like In tnrr/ It \vnlkliitf slick! And when Fancy Neckwear!
Just teethed fpeelal. lot tit fine quality} tti.nltt\( i I h ttniiHhi? tluttlt he'd }ilml to lm\t nit ilititilt'llil, I Imluly.t I ntics nlul UHihrelifH hit \'er'
MttrttutUi) perfetlly }tailored i the Very latest! tt1t1h1t1tinClttl\ \\ttt tA lflA.tl1t hum toho ieefl\p ellher toll! be: |ilen!\eii Lli.utltt'uhl iUNDERWEAR tines! fclilfihitht Just IH thtlt.Mu.tty bnizedetyhs.
HfcetpUotml} Vnlu! *at $ U.UU. : for IttltlhJtI tithe! tety Ittttat: fettle ahdHfHH
ETC, IH tlrtlhty} Thus fthii! fcbltttttl fjtlt. *tlttfl

Special! Xmtt prlcaOitrich Iftt\\ lInlj Ijttjnmtt UfHt f\ttiitr\ lt\IQllllr.\ t I\tlJntH UtHt mutt\I UUllitl t lItt"IIl tti Ips t1! 'hu Prle dtraui3 tA $1 .0
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$10.150 torn liirtVliMVWl'U\ I ntray S mine tt1llfJlltullti: film tt I lloptecx!: !: (IllPt, Old1 (, IIIII! ut s AItuw\ ==__- =- = ==
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When:! the shrill winds hlow and] when the rtuQt t flie i ft mAn l is more than pleased' to possess IJjt.f ntlt'.ltt' t. fin'nnHfljr
n :! Mufflers ore nepessjtjes to the man who wishes to he well dressed ,and thoroughly prop Pft IN increase. The Ghrietmss assArEment tf
f b0 just J received, in fllack: )flack sins} White te tell, And they are mighty acceptable' I Christmas presents, We have an excellent holiday J just in justifies their PQ4hmt", clever I+e'Qrtl
and j colors Much: under value, stock of them including' all the choicest colors' patterns and t textures, hays ne shown such beautiful combination eft
feet*.
GLOVES
Priced for quick selling Prices from 35c
can always be counted on as high bidders for the favorite position in the ranks of range
$1.98, $3,50 and $5.00 Gloves! gifts for men. We have them for dress and street "ear-and for golfing, motoring to $2.00 '
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i! TIMELY SUGESTIOXS FOR THE FESTIVE BOARD 1: A full line of Richelieu Pickles, Preserves, Jams and Spiced
We have all the condiments necessary for Fruits, Figs and Mince Meats.
I New. Puts. both whole I and shelled; New. Popcorn.
The kind of Cheese we carry, includes
the Christmas Pudding, Pies and what not Stuffed and whole Dates. Limberger, Imported Roquefort, Neufchatel. I, Cream, 7ap-
Crystalized Cherries and Ginger. py, Welch' Rarebit, Imperial, Pimento, etc., etc.

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m DEMONSTRATION WORK KITCHENER DENIES ENGAGEMENT EASTLAND TO BE SOLD TODAY
TO WED
Miss Harriette B. Layton county Chicago.-The steamship Eastland,
agent of home demonstration work, London.-It was announced officially which tipped over in the' Chicago
has visited the schools at Boggy by the private secretary to Earl river last July carrying 812 personsto
Creek, Taft, Pine Castle and Conway, Kitchener, British secretary of war, their death, is to be sold at auction Everybody Knows Where We Are
and at each of these places the organ- that the report of the engagement of here today. The ship will be sold to
ization of girls' canning clubs has Earl Kitchener to the Dowager the highest bidder by federal officialsto
been perfected.The I Countess of Minto was untrue. The satisfy claims against the company
club at Boggy Creek is in :announcement says: which operated it.ATTR.CTIVE.
charge of Miss Lessie Haye, and five i| "The report is absolutely untrue Meat MarketT.
girls were enrolled. The orange ;and without any foundation. CARD Yancey
marmalade demonstration was given,I I
and the officers elected were: Presi- BREAKDOWN MINNESOTANOT Chas. P. Dow, cashier of the Peo- '

dent,A.ucy Alderman; vice-president, DUE TO CRIMINAL pIes Bank, has an attractive card on A. YANCEY, Pres. & Gen'l Mgr.
Leona\Yates; secretary, Nellie Yates. I ACT "Business," which he would be
At Waft, sven were enrolled, and Washington, D. C.-Department of pleased to give any business man in
of Miss Orlando. It is appropriate for
the club was placed in charge Justice agents at San Francisco have very
Frances Nelson. One citizen offered offices. Call and ask him about one. i
completed their examination of the !
land to any club girl in Taft not be- (i disabled steamer Minnesota, and have
ing able to secure her own. reported that they find the recent El Paso, Tex., Dec. 20.-By a
You Christmas dinner
planning
are now.
your
At Pine Castle the largest enroll- :breakdown off the California coast scratch of the pen today four leading
ment was made, nine girls joining the i was not due to any criminal act, so generals of the Villa army surren-
club. Miss Minor will have over- ,far as could be learned. dered Juarez, the most important RememberWe
sight of the work, and the club offi-I I point in Villa territory, and 4,000 soldiers -,
cers are: President, Hally Hansel; I GAME POSTPONED to the Carranza government. :
vice-president, Beulah Hansel; secre-i I I The basket ball game which was This action sounded the death knell have the turkey, chicken, duck, or goose that you want to makeit
tary, Doris Johns. scheduled to take place tonight be- of the Villa movement, according to !
Five girls were enrolled at Conway, dinner. Also full and selected line of
tween the Orlando high school and I the most optimistic of Villa's sup- a perfect a carefully
and here great interest was shown by
Clearwater teams has been postponed. porters.
the mothers as well as the students.
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Demonstrations were given both to MOTHERS OF BABIES PLEASEHoward's JONES GOES JUST THE SAME, Native and Western
the girls and to the women, and at a AND THEN SOME I
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meeting of the Woman's Club. The Studio, on the Avenue,
following officers were elected: Pres- wishes to thank you very kindly for Route No. 1 I MeatsBeef
ident, Annie Barber; vice-president, responding so generously to the call West Bound-Read. Downa.
Artie Damron; secretary, Myrtle for babies for the fair exhibit. You Orlando ________ 6:30 m. 10:15 a.m. 3:00 p.m'
Damron. tI Winter Garden __ 7:45 11:30 4:15
I the week after Christmas to get
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ready for more. Please do not bring Oakland 8:00: 4:301 i
BIG GERMAN GUN DEMOLISHEDRome. East Bound-Read Up : Cranberries Lettuce and whatever else the market affords
your babies for the fair until the Nuts, Celery; ,
Orlando ________ 9:30 1:30 6:00
Wednesday after Christmas. end then
Ocoee __________ 8:30 12:30 5:00
A correspondent of the we will be glad to run the free prop-
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Winter Garden 8tl5 12:15 *
osition for short time Due
Idea Nazionale telegraphs from the notice will be a ginn.FOR longer. Oakland _______ 8:00 4:30{ j
front that one of the Krupp 42 centi Orlando to= Fare.Straight; Round I' Phone Si: ?, Phone 138.WE .
metre brought front (tier-
guns was Ocoee & 1.00
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many recently and placed in poslllort Wlhtef tiardett: =____ sth; i.20! GIVE 8AV1NG8 CHECKS; ,
t before ttorereto. The gtitt Was fired SALETO Oakland ,=_____-;;__756! L40Houtp ;
fifteen titties without doing ih dam* N% :2 a I
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SETTLE AN ESTATE l gdUth itaUHd\ =ttead Down
age( t he Mrs) and) then the Italians beautiful Stone tt@ idefi@@, eeft* fii' ffl fi:ftt. B:ffl: ,
t looted! it and demolished it with a Oflandd I'M) lOilfl RiM
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few ihfells, listing ef 0 Heeros, Hath, (Sleeping 1 ! \ e su@ =;=;=== 7iW 1 lI\ 45 fiiSO
I' ffh, Stable-Garage l hiiken Taft -- -?-?* f$4a$ )11 lid 6U I
Yard, and aheyt 60 fruit trees, North Il9Hnd=Head upa I'
noon DItIN1 -nit at m, v,m, '
, = mostly all' in I litl+ finJf. I Lei IMO ?( Orlando 8'HO' Ui45 o laQ'
P@spit@! the inelement weather) Only m Mock. from Lake fine Castle?! ------0----- *;iOO Uitfi 6:00: Yancey Meat Market
( ,all l sh Lueerne, Quiet, ideal' location, Taft ---.",.--: 745; 11:00: 6:45\;
which: prevailed yesterday!
Castle ,
Inquire at J tit Ernestine, Ptop part=rifle 20(5,1( Taft, 3Q nes hoHseii did a !satisfactory Imsi Children under 13; half fare
ness, In t the evening, however, few W. II, PALMER. : Adm'r, Will pick you up anywhere on the T. A, YANCEY Pres & Gen'l Mgr
people visited the business district:, a West Pine St, road for 5 cents a mile, We buy
anything and everything and do all
Linda of messages for you. We have
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after A charge the show of 10 for cents 5 or for more suit fares.cases Quality service satisfactionChristmas

and other large bundles on Route No. ,
ritLndD G liii l We.ok! 1, and 5 rents on Route No. 2.

the Boost street the car.MORTON Bus.TI. JONES! It is&better SONS.than I

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THURS., DEC. 23: 2:15 Pace, Free

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FRI., DEC. 24: 2:19 Pace; 2:14 Trot

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From the tiny imported toy to the most

$ elaborate of imported sifts, your choice.
The store where it is a delight to look

I I around\ and see the beautiful things that ORDER Your TURKEY NOW .
beautify the home, I

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Mitch FntUfnrtlon 14! rppnrteil from
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407 Inns Ht. Plume .ID.:; 'hh''nrn, 111..-J, Ogden Armour, Wt'P't t'nlm llench over the I result! tif Tree
"No Tree Is A First-Class
Merit! nand, lhpitnd'.i Nursery j
('IIII'u'( Hltli! ih"iK> hlettt packer, laIn jury !
l.tI I n I'rttlHi'of ('Im tie!* \\WtthIHttll tit tilt charges, J'tpfeMP.I. again"t tin .
I I. Mttttttf OH Ullltlt I ll? war frlli'lV'I' l ,
IH .urlhasing (liP ('llirIH! (Cult!
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('unt rude""'*' fur All Claw"' '*' nf '
from. (llP "tPf=hip (if (that I'lM :
and' IItHln' (Item' on (the North Si ltl lo iMUlliH : : Unless Budded
('unnt'h' lltilltllnj& ". All In the Wir.dy Pit)'. This /etHitlmjj Mr. MpUftlf I >hue harts t'IIItIIhtt'l|, )' w ,
W I It Hot" (Ii'lli/ii onetatrd of 'the r\uf\ra) of rmhasdv, l rj 4 s
of so reltaMd that there seems 1IIt'1I'; nod the\ iitilMl|| Jorht'ntlJIIf| > It)> + from Bearing
Mnnuffteturer
Alan which he rfnuiyeil from otfi ,
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nu d ha we for n ml ta1e. It was the .
Concrete Building IJIoeks of every only real news obtained from the chaotic I promises to lie brought to light. hot t
and confusing assemblage; of many years Mr Metcalf has been a
design, Whlto Way Posts,
magnates gathered at the Waldorf leader in progressive politics of Florida | : x ,< g trees of a known
Gates and Fence Posts, Lawn
hotel to bring about peace betweenthe and .his= yeoman service for pro
)IJenches Art Work Vaces of 1 t
Federal league and Organized vress \'e measures has made him
any size or design, Walks, Steps Baseball numerous ent'mies. but even these en- Quantity and
Fish Ponds, Fountains etc. From the same source it was emies of the fair play kind resent the ;
Building Blocks Faced with learned that the sale of the Cubs by methods taken to provide a pie counter .
Charles P. Taft to the new owners opportunity for his: opponents. v
Granite Coquina, Gravel or
I I probably has been consummated. It Following the exoneration of Mr I Quality of Pro-
any other material. Call and see is understood that terms were agreed Met calf, the appointment of J. II

samples. upon some weeks ago when Mr. Argyle, suggested as his successor, rS
Weeghman visited Mr. Taft in Cineinnati has been held up by the federal postal r9@ik' duction.O.W.Conner.
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The papers are to be signed authorities for further (consideration! I
Plans and Estimates MadeConvinced as soon as the peace pact between the and if politics in Washington doe ,
I two warring factions has been officially not control the situation too completely I,

. I promulgated.It Mr. Metcalf's mippolntmrnt | .
I was the first hint of the name of will be made,-Miami Metropolis I
the real backer of Wwghnwn In the Tree' like"- these will work for you while flu sleep I They can't be
i venture, though there wan talk nil .l.\ "i' 11.1. AT I.ACUO.s.sKI8.: : grown overnight; it takes time. Contract for YOUR supply NOW.

day that the Chicago magnate had nn
"Yea," said| the specialist, gar he associate, whore! name would create LaCrosse. I Wis.-William Howard
stood by tho rick contractor, can I A sensation when it was announced. Taft U III here today at the home of
cure you." n former Yale classmate, (teorge W. Two years ngo In their advertising and by actual demonstration THE UCKLAWAHA

man"W faintly.at will It coat," a ked the tick !..u.CIU'fAltIIOUHTOS; INTER. tlurton. The former president contracted NURSERIES: began to educate the public ns to what really constituted n real, flrnt-class

"Ninety-five dollar" ESTER IN CITRUS CANKER a severe cold on his way to nursery' tree of citrus fruits.' The public when shown in our test groves what could be ac-
"You will have to shade price
lecture. A
a little" replied the contractor.your "I ERADICATION deliver sent ahead a for a throat telegram specialist waa to complished by planting trees ns they are grown in our nurseries'! began to call for, yes DEMAND :

got The a better specialist bid from stood the pat undertaker.on hie price" meet him upon his arrival last night. trees that were properly propagated TODAY nurseries that have not been in ex-

And hie competitor got the job. Our well known fellow townsman istence five years are clamoring "PED1GKKED" for their strong suit in nursery'! produc
We are specialists in our line of Mr. II. P. Butler on Gore avenue is KAISEIt AT IHIUSSELS tion. What would YOU do in their place Mr. Planter? Why of course you would sell your .
work and sanitary conditions prevail.It Iin I receipt of a letter from Hon. D. F.
trees and adopt the surest method. But BUYER not SELLER and YOU ARE
will pay you to stay on the safe Houston secretary of agriculture, you are a a ,
aide. Washington D. C., in which he states correspondent Rome.-The of Zudich the Switzerland Cor- interested in the very best result you can get from your grove when you have spent your

Orlando that he is very much interested in the rispondenza says it is newspaper semi-officially : time and money to bring it into bearing.

citrus canker fight which is now being confirmed that Emperor William : Then do not be mislead by claims intended for that purpose alone, but buy your trees where

conducted in Florida, and promises to planned to be at Brussels today which you are absolutely safe. Get them from the OCKLAWAHA NURSERIES the originators
Steam LaundryFRENCH it his careful consideration.
.give When the committee which went to disposes of the report that the em of proper practices in propagation for the express purpose of producing the one thing

DRY CLEANERS Washington some days ago from this Adrianople.peror was to meet the Sultan ali) Florida needs in the market, first-class fruit and plenty of it.

LAUNDERERS state to ask congress for an appropriation Our trees will cost you more may be fifteen to thirty cents more but Professor Shamel's
PHONE 88 to aid in the fight impor ----- work in California has demonstrated that an increase of 50 per cent can be obtained our

tuned Mr. Butler, who is a personal Oakland Six, $875 F. O. B. Orlando. Nay, over the ordinary method of propagation. What then is the fifteen to thirty cents in ,

S. Helen Graves friend of the secretary to write to comparison? CATALOGUE FREE-Write for it.
that gentleman and, If possible, enlist
his aid In getting the hewired
measure
Shampooing, Manicuring, Facial Mae
sage, Scalp treatment, given under the secretary and a favorably
modern scientific principals. My reply to the message has been received
treatments have given! entirely satis by Mr. Buller.8I'ELLINn tA.oul Ocklawaha Nurseries
factory results. An electrical body-
massage wit relieve congestion and
Is a wonderful cure for neuralgia and : MATCH "Oakland cart are sold everywhere."

nervous troubles. It stimulates every & 0. W. Conner. Proprietor Tangerine, Florida.
organ In the body and brings back to Another spelling match will be a
you good circulation. Ju.1') one.Prices W. T. ENTIUCAN :
for switches of the best quality feature of the Subtropical Midwinter
on apllcatlon. Anointments cane Fair this February Superintendent LICENSED CONTRACTORfor : G. G. WRIGHT Agent Orlando FloridaHMeMf
t> made b'i.rhonl 079. (Hours 9 to McKinnon has not fully completed his : ,
18 a. m4ito6p.m4 plans but announcements will follow I
tiAltLOn from time ta time la keep Interest. PAINTING, bEconAttf kTC :
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FOR RENT-Attractive business !
room. See II. R. Berry at the Ford
Garage. 11-11-tf H R. BERRY!
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FOR RENT-Unfurnished, two room _____ j I
flat in business section, with bath ji II
and all modern conveniences. Apply r rr i I
1* U Payne, Watkins block. Mrs r j A complete line of Ford Accessories -a;

12-19-6tc i jI ; a staff of expert mechanics i I
FOR SALEA
FOR RENT-On Colonial Drive and
Park Lake, five furnished housekeeping I to render satisfaction in all"I"
rooms. Gas, electricity and Just
city water. Apply 400 East Colonial lines of Automobile Repair
Drive. Phone, 441. 12-19-6t I I
Real Estate Work. Vulcanizing Oils and fine lot 55 ft.
FOR RENT-Large pleasant furnished I by 130 ft. on .
i rooms, with private family, Gasoline, and fair and square
close in. 302 North Orange avenue. TRACY & SOMEUVILLK-Carpentors I S. West St. $2300.C.
FARHUHDS-BRmS. 12-12-tfc and cabinet makers. Screen prices. .
doors and windows, frames, sleeping
lffOUSESLOTS.FOU WANTED porches, counters, shelving, showcases
refrigerators, alterations and!
I WANTED: -Shelving nnd counters additions. We keep a number of For Nine YearsWe
--=- = suitable" for small store. Also 1 icebox skilled workmen consUn.tly on hand.
SALE und cash Must!' be in 18 East Church etreet. 12-2-lmo ,
rood 1 shape and cheap for cash. Geo.T. have been in business at the A. HOVEY
-. - I. (Hull Co., 11 North Orange avenue NOTARY PUBLIC, with seal. I make .
FO' BALK-Dwelling, six! rooms Phone 105. 12-1U-311 a sr-'talty of deed... mortgages!, 'same location Corner of South
tctlcally new, nice condition with leases!' contracts! etc!, Trice verb reasonable.
law1\, LeariiiK citrus fruit trees, roses WANTED; -Want to buy a small { Mrs. If. 11. t.eoke45 East! 'Main and Church Streets
,jhrubbery| near Lake Kola) very home!! and lots also! a vacant lot| ""Inetrt'et.. Thone 17SI. ll-9-ltnor'
deal!') able location. $.,UUU, terms. must hot be far out> price must le Phone 226Otlahdo'
Ad ess! "Uwllel'," Uo< (J.i.: Orlando, rlcht. Audiesa! A. Ill C., care Sehti-
lie il-10-inioi' hel 12-lB-tf:! I Leading Repair Shop
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FOItgALHAfllAtitlAINwill t ( WANTrll-lly It white woman, bo!i-
U tent fojujiletely., furnished!' !, UnIt its Miok, hlntroH, ('Ohitmhluhi tifimu
hew; I litudeHi! Mini alttatme! ekppipf| AtJrt! 1 L Ei Mn11rt ( I 111 .I'llUNfi ITi Advertise
Ihke in the
lty h aU and! !, shfUlilery, heaf< 1 ".t L'ohi'ohl' !HVPHUe, 12-:Hla WestJeffersenStriftlueetiier SentinelHammond
Icult i Iwo hl ili9!, nve mums! Lalh'l -
Pprpwh@; t Il'I'I'1II1f' Mlth' KHtlFOH iIe4( !OIl ItI'JN1'; ='iwn fllri h sl t ffjum la
tuning Wllm, Addleas' ...! (lwn@r! I with sill! fonV 'lIhlfll$ 4, Ap|.i'lv' I III ( RATES
'mill gF P "it\ Ilil rireitdw1l{, I Yl'=l9-dw-lf f Pillnatte atrptl'- =Il=ljfrfei | (land Wood Company III 11III -....


dAti I -= ilU11fivlI\ roam==1 t\tI-IIi\1\ =-, I.I.I LOST == Wood of All KindsI'ROMI'T Affount fL &<< Gore

in fine condition, mho good lOjQUool J1mrr-Small pnen; faced watch: on i
| and cold waters three Mn. a pan pin, between Lake Lucerne and the :iUll' Ion'
gaUl for quick buyer, Call, at the Empire: hotel, L. R. L. on R-GitONIJIIIi l'/llJ L fig alas Holidays FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMUAUIERS
tJulT.merHn! 11' -tfa Lack Return to Orlando Bank anc
Trust Co. and receive reward-
FOH SALE;-Fine saddle horse,cheap. U-3-tfc Via Real Values Low Prices
U-25-tfc
5-e Jas. L. Giles I

FOU SALE-Large refrigerator and I' MISCELLANEOUS I A STRANGER Atlantic Coast Line COMPARE
other market fixtures cheap. Jas. GEO. T. HULL CO. I
A. Knox 1127tfcFOU I'in Orlando would probably be
:I Phone 105. Rock Bldg.. Room 3.I I j OUR FURNITUREWe
Standard Railroad
SALE-FOR RENT-Houses Call and see us if interested in real 'i referred to the :Model if he of the South
furnished and unfurnished. Also I estate. Buy, sell or exchange !|
soma splendid lots. Call and see what : ertv. Rentali carefully attended prop-to. I should ask about a good place at provide the quality of furniture that has long been ac-

1 have to offer before you buyer 11-9-1moc I which to eat. cepted by knowing furniture buyers as the standard of merit. If
rent. Mrs. II. B. Leake 45 East Pins. an article is here it is good. It wouldn't be here were it otherwise.We .
strut or 312* Broadway. Phone 179.10frdw.lmo AT CHRISTMAS you will be proud I He would find that the 25c "Tickets sold Dec. 17th to 25th can't make this point too clear-it is one of the foundation
to give photographs if made at
regular meals and 15c specialswere stones of this business and that means much to any buyer.
Evans', No. 102 North Main, one block inclusive limited to reach orig-
ol SALE OR RENT-By owner, north of court house. Make the appointment -I
the best that could be
t!0 of the prettiest bungalows in now. Phone 125. inal starting point by midnight
tow Each has six large rooms, hall 11-23-lmoc
I served for the price. If he
and bath, with all modern conven January 10th." McNEILL\ & DAVIS BLOCK
iences. One just about completed Umbrellas wxwverea and repaired should choose a more elaborate

other Dece__ie r;to nice be lots completed and fine by location 25th of, "while you wait." av Young's Repair order he could be sure that the Corner Orange Ave. and Church Street, Orlando, Florida
Lake Cherokee. Price $3,500 Shop. 21 E. Pine St. _
and near$3,250; cash payment and terms. charge would be reasonable.If For Information Call on
Also four room bungalow in northeastern MILK COWS-I can furnish anyone W.
a D. WHITE
only a cup of coffee or a D. T. A.
part of town. This bungalow with a car load of nice milk cows,
ana'' 1 lot 50 by 150 feet, $950, or all fresh or heavy springers. Prices piece of pie he would get the W. R. O'NEALC.P.&T. A.
with 2 lots $1050; cash and terms. reasonable. J. W. Stegall, Thomas-

Address strait, Orlando.Kentucky Phone Home,686.511 Palmer ville, Ga. 12-16-St- best.It. Orlando Try a Want Ad in the SentinelLumber

12-1; -lmoc REDUCE TilE COST OF LIVING pays to be reliable.

Buy English tree The
pea peas
FOR SALE-Tract of 135 acres,part- are very much like the ones that grow Oysters fresh every day.: I..a"t11-8 cLl"1d 811i"l"lgJesORT.JANDC
ly cleared, between Zellwood and on vines. They are very. prolific.
Sorrento. Price $1,000. Terms. S.S. Also for sale, choice budded grapefruit OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
Matlack. Box 656, Tampa, Fla. MId orange trees. Call at 307
12-18-8t East Pine street. Phone No. 604.
12-19-Ct

FOR SALE Ten room bungalow; -- The ModelCafe
lake front, two lots, modern house, See our Holiday Premium Window.
twenty bearing citrus trees. Will furnish Finley's Pioneer. 1-12-21-2tc
to purchaser good tenant for'
cast half of house for one year, with Christmas dinner-Astor' Cafe-75c.
privilege of three, at twenty-five dollars :Make your reservations early. )
a month. This will net purchaser l-12-21-4tc Slemons' 'illineryI.AllIES' '
<; per cent. und his own rent. Address
Saskatah, care Sentinel. 12-lU-10t
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--- Agatite and Lime

FOlt SALi:-A bargain, $!.' Columbia Phone 5 for HATS
graphophone, with 2H disc records CHILDREN'S HATS
$15. Inquire at '07 Ridgewoodavenue. I -
FISH AND OYSTERS
1::.19-3tc We offer a choice selection of I
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Fresh Every Day Ladies Velvet Hats at $2.00 $3.00
FOR SALE;-Al small horse and $1.00, $5.00, $G.OO.
buckboard; cheap. For rent, three rilE WALDECKEU FISH CO. Childrens Hats $1.00, $1.50 and up.
acres good garden ground; convenient
to town. Cull 202 t;. Robinson :.TJ West! Church Street Our styles are so Joood-nnd our
avenue -:itHAROAIN prices are so reasonable that you will
find our store the Lest place in the
IN LOTS Three, closein city for millinery.
mi West Central avenue; gar-
age almost built. I'lun.! 1'. l How Will Sacrifice Slemons
Millinery .
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1 T'llt BALI; Lettuce onion; rnblmgemil 10,000
collaid |iliihts. G02V.; Ontrul
avenue t 12-I 11.tfrAHUM I
i Your home win lIP )list! Ito": \\itrni hint cozy with n few Imiitly n laa Heftier 5 tlurlhtf) these: !
GUARANTEED TI1EES
l"UIUI ;Nr-- and Promptest

tliillv_ tin, y*, t1* if VIMI Illtllei\tt tit Hie etttlatittlt!= t ltUfltl 'ltllt'@ of (lending It ditty, "erwiky"
I, KINItflltlAHtiltt; : 1+rnnfF'I4s4III Auto Livery
/ '. trIFst'' AI tlltIll.t, rhiitphi' I ''tsl.- All True To.. NI1t11nhto9foot1III runirti'p.: Ami theiM i h i mi tile to Iniihl, lilt Mtot:!/ $, m H\W\ (to fstHiKKle: with, When you
l li"fte, I yjli:! I WF tall I H t r.rtt litrka"n :\ Service

'?1tt''I: __1t1:2tJaIPr.'i1lt :3iU\ HACK( tntei' H riHHn, Mindly' light llt@ (\\A* Ilpfttpr(: Wall< you tint'@ wltrmth1IIn; (: you l leave, turn

l IIKNT-=Bummer i'uliagei alas'
,411ft nf four room wish !It!halls J i All l tending vartetie' !* InitM. il OHHir 5-PASSCNCER/' [ it tiff mul your f\IWnSfJ immpilistply: {'tn! t.I.i: ,

also u roam rUt for light lwusekeep- l>< nail grapefruit roots from
.un etectrie' lights, (bath, t hleplllJ/ltl l lgrouiujs. : *
aitraclive 'I U; per month Known stock,
up. |1t(] W. Concord aenue.U .
:!Ii-huc Conway Nursery BUICK CARWe Gas Heaters Can Save Your Coal Bills
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The Tuttle Gift Shop la located this
season on the second floor of Yowell- n, T, I'EEL IJy using Gas Heaters in all but the coldest weather you can halve your coal hill Gas
))uck worth building. at left of eleva Orlando U H I. call anywhere at any timeGonU's
tor. _M2-8-tfc heating is much more economical than coal heating. And it heats where you want it,

FOR RENT-I.arge two story fur Transfer Co too-not the basement or the unused room. We have a Gas Heater to fit any sized room
nished dwelling, modern
com'eniences MOTHERS ,
WIVES
DAUGHTERS.
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two sleeping porches, two
Mocks from postotfice, corner Jacksonand SWEETHEARTS 201 S. Orange Ave Phone 487 in your house. Come in and see it. I
\\'e streets. Jas. A. Knox. HAULING OF AIL KINDS
11-24-tf fr I
CHRISTMAS IS
FOR RLNT; -Nicely furnished rooms.
in new, modern home; one-half COMING Pansy Plants, Rose
S Mock from Anderson street, near St.
ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT
CO
I.ukc'a<< hospital. Reasonable rates forth I Kuy the "Men" a Box of Bushes, Petunia
season 400 Margaret Jtrcct.

.10-23-tf. .. PlantsLeave I
NEW SOUTHCigars' I GAS DEPARTMENT
TO RKNT-.Ijiriro room, with board,
suitable for two people. Reason your orders here
81.1t' All conveniences. Close In.
212 East JaikHon. Phone 401. :
12-4-tfc:

FOlTllKNT-Thrw suites of light Violet e Dell oiist

housekeeping( rooms!, with all mod.rn .... 1: 'Jl .. .
conveniences, close In, near Eola
park.hLorhood A sunny. ,place in a pleasant A Smoke That Will Put ThemIn J. U. CARUTHERS
tlt'l 30, Pine street. Phone
a i GOt 12-19-6t a Good Humor For 1916. Phone 509. 408 South Uk 8t
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Special 1 sale of cake, home made
p -_ candies and pies at the Corni.h Cafe,
Thursday from lU to 6 o'clock.
'l.12-22.1tc
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Mrs. W. S. Shannon, of Manchester .
N. H., \ill in town for the winter
and ia pleasantly located at 303 Gar. :
land street.

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Ride HamricVs jitney bus 6e. :
; Tidings = Id 1 .18.tf

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Mr I, W. Graven, one of the pioneer
funds citizen of Ocoee. December 20thThe T I
The safety of your cooperation was among
and the bukines transactor spending
of our officials: promptness yesterday in Orlando* j

a courtesy: of our employees and friendly

welfare are all points that A special Christmas dinner will "beserved day to join
interest' in your At !itossmore t Inn, WlmJermpre, our
thu State Junk Invites you to consider: = Chridtna day nt i o'clock. 41 1 per,
place. Reserve, your tttMe, ..ntl)'. Xmas Savings Club
when choosing: tho Institution you will I'hone 111 IU. M:.!,:::iMHe.! :

bank with. Mr. J. I 11). Calder has returned to Deposit 2c now .
Wo solicit mull as well ns large accounts Orlando from Mascotte, In Lake county -

-both will have our equally careful where he has been for the past Receive $25.50 next Xmas. $63.95
four weeks engaged in shipping fruit.
attention.
Get your Christmas' dinner at the
THESTATE Astor l-12-21-4tc Cafe. Just like home.


BANKOF Mrs. W. I'etterson arrived in Orlando The Peoples National Bank

yesterday from Greensboro, N.

C., on a visit to her daughter, Mrs.A. "The only NATIONAL Bank in
N. Goodwin, at her home, 218
ORLANDO Ridgewood avenue. Orange County"t

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made Turkey mince, cranberry pie, plum sauce pudding, home and "It Is A Pleasure To Serve You'

hard sauce, nuts and raisins. Astor
Cufe-Christmas. I.1':21-etc .
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r Mr. and Mrs. W. K.: Nodes and children .
.
-:-; Melbourne, on the East: .
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_._
Coast, in Orlando .
.. are visiting Mr. nnd
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Mrs. S. llelch ut their home, 1,100 ,
Dol.nncy street.Frenh ,,

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puck Cohoon's Ponnx clam ,
bouillon for sale nt nil lending grocers. .
Column fucking ( o., Orlando, ,,
Kin, 1.1:1:: M.i slue .
,
ItlDK In 1 IInmtlrk'l Jrlhey: HUN one 41) MlMMMIMHIMM.. MMMMMMtMMMtMM.tMi. . . . . . .IMMMM
hour, 12 miles ,[or n"t.2MU... ------ - -- --- -------

u hOLBROOK N. MMe..t..t. ..<.... 4.'t .. ,a-a-IJ.'r..I.I. .
Mr. and Mrs l.l Coy> are among
HAYNES the well kiiiiwn winter resident of
DealerHUPPEL I Ohlnliilit) who, after l spending,. the I Mum
'liter In the North, HIP" u git In occupy'
8 BflOS 0 S ing their' home' :'l<))7 West stieet, huv:
HUPMOBILE 1 'log turned Monday evening,

ServiceNew Saving checks sr' accepted as cp.h TAKE ONE RIDE
in the saving department of the .pIn t
Peoples National Hank. IMlHf

For unusual and artistic gifts, go
I to the Tuttle Gift Shop. 1-12-8-tfc that STUDEBAKER Seven-Passenger jj

Mr. E. R. Naugle, editor of the Kis-

simmee Mrs. Valley Naugle,Gazette Mr. and, accompaniedby Mrs. C. L. 40 Horse Power Model at $885 and then decide

Bandy, and Mrs. W. C. Gilbert, motored .
to Orlando yesterday and spent
the afternoon shopping and calling on
friends. t The best 1916 value offered

,
Beautiful Christmas gifts at the i .
I Tuttle Gift Shop second floor Yowell-
Duckworth building. 1-12-8-tfc

Ford Home I THE ST. JAMES: SOS West street. San Juan Garage Company
Rooms, $:i.SO: per week. Spick and
span. But u step to everything. .
12-1'J-Gt! *
Now Open t Orlando-Daytona
Mrs. Geo. t:. Nolan and children,
209.11 South Orange Avenue who have been spending several' ,

Telephone 3SG weeks at Senoia, Ga., have returnedto
their home on South Orange avenue f w
I Mrs. Nolan has been with her ,, p.

Standard Gasoline-Ford Oil, Goodyear, mother,to Mrs.come M.to II.Orlando Couch, who after is the expected .. . .t.J.. ... .4Mr.41b..V_.....*..-._...........-- ., ...- .... .f. '." .... '''MMIF

Goodrich, Firestone, Ajax, and United holidays for a visit. -- -------------- ------

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States Tires. "Free Air at the Curb." Ride Hamrick's jitney bus 6c. .. .t.t ''llliiMMMMIMMMOMMMMOMMCEDUCATE .....

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"Make this Ford Home Your Ford Home." II Don't forget the cake pie and
candy sale at Mrs. Cornbh's Tea
F. G. RUSH 1-12-22-ltc Room, Thursday from 10 to 6 o'clock. .


II Among those arriving in Orlando J

recently are Mr. S. S. Squires and YOUR
daughter, Misses' Janie and Francis, :
__ of Ryan, Iowa. They have spent several -
---- winters here and have a number [ CHILDREN
.111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 of friends who are pleased to see
them. They are I located at 209= West .
street. +
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TilE NFIr EST DESIGNS In Banking r' '

IN SILVEIIWAKE{ JEWELKY: Fresh J.nrk rohonn'. nOI"1 t'lnnl .
Imtilllott for nnt" nt nil lending grar -
AND NOVELTIES r.*. Cohooti Packing Co.. Orlando, : and Money ,
"l-'lti. '.1:2-18.I limn
Hoing constantly in touch with tho Il'lHlIns1I'cf'mlths : Matters
mitt jeweler-craftsmen' of the< country, our stock is always FUli and oyster* recelve.1 dally .
keeping pace: with tho latest: style in silverware, rings, II M. Self! & CQ M0.8-t/c : as well
bracelets, etc.1V'hen ,
.
J. and Lena W.
Misses Alice Parker -
new and beautiful designs are created,
we are
attractive daughters of Rev. .
among the first stores in the country to show them. You : as
Frank Parker, arrived in Orlando
yes.
never buy out-of-date articles here. :
terday to spend the winter. They are Books
Our displays for Christmas will interest you. There
from South Hamilton, Mass., andhave SMBMB -
are some very new and very beautiful novelties-some
thing to please everyone to whom you want to give. Come many friends who are delightedto The BEST WAY to TEACH Them is to Let Them Have a SAVINGS ACCOUN in
early and choose while the wide assortment offers the see them again. Rev. Parker returned THIS BANK!! T
X best opportunity. a few days ago and the fam.

You'll not be disappointed at this store. We see to ily are pleasantly located at 209 Pal- HABITS of INDUSTRY and THRIFT developed in early youth will)) give them a startto
that. metto street. success at a time when their whole lives are still before them! '

I Savings checks are good as gold. We Have a Pocket Bank for Your Girl or Boy. Call and Receive One!
Ask for them whenever you buy anything -

IM'-tf The Orlando Bank & Trust Company

T. H. EVANS DoctorsBuchllaster

I & Brundage Orlando Florida


JEWELER OSTEOPATHS Capital Surplus and Profits
Personal instruction under Dr. Still $141,000.00
.t Earksrille: Mo.
.... ... ... 132 S. Orange ,Ave, above People
... .. National Bank. Phone 678. r..1. . . . . .I..11.llllla.lllalt.UIJ.I., .I..I..I.I 1111111.11111111111..11 4


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