Title: The morning sentinel
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079945/00594
 Material Information
Title: The morning sentinel
Uniform Title: Morning Sentinel
Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 6 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando, Fla.
Orlando Fla
Publication Date: December 23, 1915
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079945
Volume ID: VID00594
Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 34297093
alephbibnum - 002075052
lccn - sn 96027193
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Other version: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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.4 KXI'I.OMION IN A + TEUDPANCHO ,\y 4 DONATION OF $13 MOTH ILL tate supreme court this. week decided 1'OWEUS:

'4 (I HUMAN PACTOUY 4 4 --
H rose which will be of interest to all

;, .4. Amsterdam-, Uri) 81-HUM' 4* VillA WilL 1 COME TO U.U S.Hut S. 4 4 Pay Orlando to the ordW, I.'U.of, Met the, 22, It 13. 4* ACJRfSS'' HUSBAND PASSfD AWAY, the school authorities and others interested Will STATE A UNCLE SAM'S' POSITION

4 dtrds of |It.tAOII" wets killed OF 4 ,__u 4 flentihPl HantA( Claus! I I4und + Ih the administration of the

,14 injured tody<< by a. terrine f\tl| Will Nut 1114! Through 4 Fifteen Dollys_ 4 ilu!.l>tttttl uf Amelia lllti lmw school 'IrtWs of this state!, the race Auatrln'h! Heroiul Note tu U. H,
stun IH the ihWUHtiort 'factory' 4 4 4 decided divided fl
Wit! by n etUH, tot
4 It AUt'"fIIlt'f"lllltitlitt(| I |tH ftuf 4 Jttur@e I'ott0lher Petite + Hip tittttinfll I desire that t.' DIM in ChrMiitnift HIH.! t y, in which Ju!tu-ts! Cutkrell and' her Aimm.1 Will II@ I hf

4 the I Iowa t It..lnlt dfftlF0)d and 4 AOr@@nt@nIN' Weft? 4 I hi" ImOUR' be spent for ilapl '4 1t"1-\ ('001 I U@tt@pa HtiRtkflfurd; dissented! t The rasp wine voftible I h ('tinffrnui!
4 iailway fommunlfiltiOtt IMeF 4 + fiukt Mild eleltUHtf Very f>iHFe> 4 of
ruptiMl The whole nupply ef the 4 Reached( + ly }6UFN.. I'. M, I Ih) 4 ton for I'flfty from Orange county, and' it appears|){> @ =Opinion
,+ munition. depot' *i* de lro edi 4 + net' publish my name, 4 'that County Superintendent( MeKm
> Washington Pep, 82 The state'
Christiaela, = t
Kl: Paso, Te*:, Dec' 83,=Altheyeh! Norway, Peg, 8J;J.=
Ihe uplo-loA| wan imeed 10 an 4 444444444444444 non had declined' to Countersign! (!tlr.
the department officially '' \ today
"surrendered" i on Monday, when the fltoem WM'' east ever Ford peace announteif
4 AuMu111 flUII, 4 Villa (Hmlr"lihrnl1lt/ a peace pact =-= party today by the death in 14 hospital lain warrants 1 iue l by the' board AtvlItli that Rob' House, A personal' friend of
44444444444444 One fif OrlfWto's foremost and tllit'mown
with the Mexican l consulate\ At El I here of Lloyd M, Bingham, husbandof instruction to several teacher President Wilson, will visit certain
I Paso, Jwares 4M not\ actually come winter residents sent In the Amelia Bingham, the actress, and in the I county for various reasons assigned European: I capitals as a special "diplo

. 444'h444 44444444 into the Carr,n4 fold until today, above letter and' check last night and the official' entertainer of the party, by him. The board then employed matic agent" of this country, Col,
+ KAISEH: : I IS II.| U *
when its garrison commander for the in consequence becomes the largest Henry ford and Madame Rosika an attorney to bring mandamus ]House made it plain that he was go-

4 + first time embraced the causa and accepted donor of individual! or organization Schimmer are both ill and this to- proceedings in the name of the ing as the spokesman for the presi-
.* London, pee| 22,- Emperor: any
the appointment as commander !. gether with Mr. Bingham's death led teachers against the county superintendent dent to Great Britain, Germany and
to the Sentinel Santa Claus Fund.
, 4 William has been compelled to *
, of all the Carranza troops in the to the report that the expedition and it was held by the courtin France, and possibly several other
+ postpone hU trip to the western + The did not wish his
giver name pub- belligerent countries. Col. House has
territory formerly controlled by his would be practically abandoned. The this suit that the county superin-
4 front because of a light inflaramatioH + lished and the
consequently public been given his credentials
as a diplo-
chief. open hostility of the Danish officials tendent should sign the warrants.
. + of the cellular system. + cannot thank this
At the convention of Villa generalsat man sufficiently. and the cold reception here is said to (The attorneys representing the matic agent by Secretary Lansing.
His if disposition is slight. Nevertheless the will make
Juarez this morning Manuel Ochoawas $15 many have discouraged Mr. Ford. The board, Davis & Giles received their It is stated that the main object of
+ + + + + + + + + 4.4. + .
and and family this
a boy girl happy
named supreme commander of all I party will) leave for Stockholm tomor- fee, $250 in full.) Col. House's trip is to impress upon
t >
Christmas. The of the is
spirit man the absolute
foreign and
the Villa territory.A row. Afterwards the board issued an- powers
Terrific Fighting in the West what makes noble citizens. !I friendly neutrality of this
peace agreement was reached at other warrant payable to the attorneys -
. London, Dec. 22.Terrific fighting.is El Paso and also ratified whereby he The manner in which the public is I RELATIVES ARRIVE TO ATTEND bringing the suit, in the name of lIe will also endeavor to convince

reported on both ends of the west- will take charge as representative of supporting the Sentinel Santa Claus MRS.\ WESTCOTTS FUN- the teachers against the county superintendent the belligerent nations that this gov-

ern front the Carranza government: and Gen- Fund is highly gratifying-it is really "ER.1L TODAY in payment of their fee ernment is not hostile toward any of.
At Ha-tmannsweiler Kopf, where eral Yzabel Robles may be governor wonderful. After the $200 mark was I for this service. The county super- them.

,the Germans were driven yesterdayfrom general. reached it was not expected that i Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Carr of Rich- intendent refused to sign this war-' lIe is expected to impress particu-

most of their trenches, they re- Villa, according to General Manuel heavy contributions would continue. [mond, Ind, and Burton Westcott, rant on the ground that it was not a larly on the European powers the correct -

turned to the attack today and recap- Banda, has consented to this arrange- Nevertheless donations continue to [of Springfield, Ohio, sister and brother proper expenditure of the school attitude of the administration
tured a portion of their lost trenches ment and will come to the United pour into the fund, $35 coming in yesterday of Mr. C. G. Westcott, arrived in funds, and the attorneys then brought toward them, which can only be had

according an official admission States at once, but not through the making a total to date of :Orlando yesterday afternoon on the mandamus proceedings to compel the directly from the administration it-
21105. Jacksonville and Tampa
from Paris. Juarez port. ,Tampa Special. They will be joined county superintendent to sign the self.
Along* the Belgian litteral, where newspapers who have started fundsof today by Mr. Westcott's daughter warrant payable to them, and the cir- If Col. House should get any con-

pronounced artillery activity is re- DEATH OF MISS SALLIE TAYLOR, a like nature are not in it with the Mrs. Hiram Whittington, of Hot cuit judge entered an order directinghim crete ideas as to the acceptability ofa

ported, big guns are active in the regions BELOVED YOUNG LADY spirit of Orlando people. Evidentlythe Springs Ark., and by his sister, Mrs.J. to sign the warrant. renewal of the good offices of too

6f Hetzas and Boesinghe, while Orlando public does not want any W. Wilke, and daughter, Miss Mar- Because ef the importance of the United States looking* toward peace,

unofficial reports state that the German Miss Sallie Taylor, for many years home to be neglected by King Santa 'garet, who will) arrive on the Tampa principle involved the county superin- it was said that President Wilson will

gun position along the coast has house nurse at the office of Dr. W. C. Claus this year.'Sentind Special. They are here to attend the tendent requested Attorney General consider the subject personally with

. suffered heavily. Person and known to hundreds of Santa' Claus Fund obsequies of Mrs. C. G. Westcott, West to appeal the case to the supreme Col. House on his return. Col. House
. .
people in and around Orlando, passed Previously acknowledged $206.03John ; which will be held this afternoon at court of the state in order that will be gone about six weeks or two
Clark Kallock . . . . 1.00
Egyptian Expedition away yesterday afternoon at o'clock.. the question involved might be settledin months.
A lady .. ..... .. ... . . 1.00 2:30 o'clock from the residence on
Rome Dec. 22.-The TurkoGerman Death came as the result of peritonitis. Lucerne Circle Bishop Cameron the state. This was done and the Austria's Reply Favorable
Mrs. R. P. Cobb . . . ... . 1.00
expedition against Egypt has already She had been ill but a short time :Miss Charlotte Elizabeth Mann officiating.MRS. supreme court, in reversing the orderof Washington, Dec. 22.-The consensus -
Wen initiated according to information and her many friends were unpre- the court below said
McNeil . . . ". '". . . 1.00 : of opinion In the state depart-
to the Tribuna from neu- pared for the shocking news of her "The county superintendent of pub- ment is that the of the Austrian*
:Mrs. Helen S. Wright . . . 1.00L. : WESTCOTTS FUNERAL TODAY reply
tral soure:s. death. A. Beeman . . . . . . . :1.00 lic instruction, may, by mandamus, government to Secretary Lansing's
Vanguard actions have already oc To those who knew her, we hardly be required to countersign
a warrant
second Ancona will he favorable
:Mary O. Beeman . . . . . 5.00 note
curred. have occasion to speak' and strangers. :Mrs. Geo. It. Green . . . . 2.00 The funeral services for the late duly ordered and drawn by the county nnd that danger of a break is considerably -
Operation are being directed from would have little Interest in an extended board of instruction in
Cash . . . . . . . . . . . 1.00 Mrs. C. G. Weotcott will be held this public a proper less now than a week ago.
Constantinople.The notice of her life' record. She Stanley IJumby . . . . . . 1.00A afternoon at 2:30: o'clock at the home amount, and for a proper purpose, One reason for this belief Is that the
strength of the expedition .is woe n daughter of Mrs. W. L. Taylor, where there is fraud I
Santa Helper . . . . . . 13.00 on Lucerne Circle. The Right Rev no illegality or note is in a much milder tone than
estimated at 400OQO.The of Jrncvn. A gentle, loving spirit abuse of in the action of the
Stanley Griffin . . . . . . 1.00 Cameron Mann, bishop of' the dioceseof authority the first communication and is calculated : .
Invaders evidently to panned' away when he died, and not board. But the
propone llrlen Griffin . . . . . . . 1.00 Southern Florida, will officiate. county superintendent to remove Rome irritation felt
follow the caravan route which only her dear! old mother, brothersand Hilda Griffin . . . . . . . 1.00 The pall bearers will be Messrs. Jail. will not, by mandamus be required by the Austrian government.
strikes the Sue canal near hmallia.SEELEY'S sinters are loners but this entire to countersign a warrant that
I.. Giles II. I.. Deeman, Chas. P. Dow,

community has sustained' A loss In her Total . . . . . . . . . .$211.03 V. W. Rates, I.. II. Ledge, and S. Y. U drawn for a purpose not authorizedby
departure. She was n trained nurse : Way. Carry Hand, undertaker, will law. SEEING ORLANDO FIRST

SON ARRIVESFred by profession and It WAS her objectIn TROOP) ATTENTION I IA have charge of' the funeral arrangements "The constitution! provides that 'the
life to minister to the afflicted, to county school fund shall be disbursed

do good unto others and make everyone by the county board of public In-true Jam M. Strut' I"ormer Attor
L. Seeley Heathen ('hrl!'. around her happy. called meeting of Troop A, to tion solely for the maintenance and
discuss the Christmas hike, at the The toys of the O. It. S. basket ball hey General of Mannnchu 1netts
Benin With Ford's Pence Some time today her form will lie support nf public free nchools. See!
hidden under a mound of earth cov- Deanery, Thursday, December 21: nttj.10 team will practice tonight at 1 o'clock P, Art. tit. And the school sub-dls- Vl-ltlng IIUIlrother '
Expl'dltlon-Ht'ndll! rrd with flowers : p: m. Troop A and Troop will at the Atlt1ot). Alt members are requested *
rarest Truly it hid tnxe tire 'for the exclusive! Use
WlreleMUriah cnn IIP. said, "None knew her but to hate it joint hike Monday, the 2th to bring money to pay their nf publle free schools within the ilistHet -
lene her." We ran only nay tl1 her C*, C. 1'ntult1It.! Scoutmaster. 1\IIlPIIllt1f1ht. ,' gee' 10, Art Ill Mr. and Mrg. James M. Hwlft, tttJonton
well known winter --- -- -------
I fVeley, a lied ones that lie who tempers the ------=-= The school fungi under our eon'tb! Mil!!*., arrived in Orlando yen*
reiddent, has received A "I irde"4 from W'It'.l to the shorn lamb Will, lit HU be terddy and tire fieeing Orlando and
Hundreds Of Sacks Of Mail tutlnn are regarded m!! H f seeved
hU Nhich dsl "H lttp and well
son re '
Florida" for the first time, Mr HwiftN
Ienderneue I !' brine! rOhllo'lttlo"' trust! t, and the |Ilfflvlal toht! of law safeguarding *
Arrived j"l ChrMlrthA tm the twenty the ft!he lltl II f'I"t'14'iII l I.
eth, 1.'t"II.I N'eley' Mr. Heeleyremnanied ae UiU wonting& nt 1 II> n't'liH'k at the old Leave The Orlando Postoffice funds should' be strictly construed, lliver. Mass,, whose t! family t have! he

the Henry I Ford peaee e*i' home in fieneva. Undertaker (Handha and the mandate @r the constitution come resident. of Orlando, occupying
pedithn tt) Kurope: and "because the I + charge uf all arrangement enforced," pretty home An Illllerest avenue,
first! steamer was crowded ,left New: On" hundred! and mty sacks 'It I o'clock HI m., and it WAS one contin For number of years' Mr Swift

York on the Iitt4'ftlilll'OM' sailing! a few mail! were dispatched from the Orlando uoiis stream of humanity throughoutthe was attorney general of Massachusetts

day later: M r. Heeley: U manager of MOTORED 2,300 MilES po tofice Tuesday night and entire day. The mails di=patched j NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS and in that office/ established a
the Dove Park Inn, at Asheville! nearly that number received It re* from Orlando I last night presented the distinguished! ; record for himself and

N C. v .."",."",.. quired nearly one hour for the delivery appearance of department store served the state in a highly efficient

I Mr. and Mrs, F. P. Simmons and U9yons employed in hauling the mails, so numerous and diversifiedwere Following the custom of previous manner. Mr. Swift is a graduate of

DEATH UP DISTINGUISHED son, George, and' f. C. Hill a son-in- mail to and from the various sta- the packages sent via parcel rears the Sentinel will observe Christmas the University of Michigan and Is a

MINISTER law, all of Northville, Mich., arrivedin tions to make the transfers. post. The same thing is expected to- by giving its employes a day of Delta Tau Delta, being an ardent

Orlando yesterday following a mo- Beginning early Monday morning, day, and every day until the holidaysare recreation and consequently there will fraternity man. If his visit in Orlando -

Rev. Dr. D. B. Strouse, of Salem. tor trip of 2,300 miles, the trip being the Christmas rush in the postoffice, a thing of the past, at least for be no paper issued Saturday morning. is prolonged it will) be becp-ise of

Va.. father of Dr. Clarence B. made in an Oakland "six. Before which has been growing heavier ev- this season. Extra help was taken on Advertisers who desire to have their his desire to attend the clam bake of ;

Strouse, died Waynesboro.. Va., on coming to Orlando they motored to ery day, opened with a will, and be- some days ago in the postoffice ads. changed for the regular Sunday the Orange County Pan-Hellenic Club,
December 7th after an illness of Miami. The trip occupied three fore long the postmaster was forcedto through Postmaster McLean, and this edition are requested to bring in the which will be held the first of Jan-

about twenty-four hours of acute in weeks. They reported the roads to station two clerks in the corridor, I(I I greatly facilitated the handling of the "copy" today, or not later than 2 uary.

digestion. The distinguished minis be good throughout the states tra- in order to handle the crowds easier, (I I mails from this point. o'clock tomorrow afternoon. For the past ten days Mr. and Mrs.

ter became ill while conducting a ser versed, particularly the Dixie high- and where packages were weighed, i+i Incoming mails are about as heavy Swift have toured Cuba and arrived

vice in the Waynesboro Methodist way route. They will spend the win- classed and insured, and the proper j Las I ever received here, all classes of Everything in'the novelty line yesterday at Tampa, coming immediately ,'

church. ter at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. receipts and postage noted. II I matter being reported. The letter marked at half price. Brass goods, to Orlando. They are de-

The.deceased. is survived by his Abberger corner of Liberty and The postoffice yesterday presented carriers, as well as the parcels postmen trays, baskets, candlesticks, dressing lighted with the rare beauties of Or- ,

(widow, one eon, Dr. Clarence B. Church street. Having been here before a scene of activity through the day, are having all they can do, and mirrors, and many other useful articles lando and the state generally. Mr.
i.}trouse, and a daughter, Mrs. J. M.Rice their many friends are delightedto the crowds forming at the windows I I carriers are right happy that this condition that you can use. Curtis &: Swift is now practicing law in Boa.

: of Salem. see them again. long before the opening time, 8 I lasts but once a year. O'Neal, book store. ton.i" .


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South Florida Sentinel Pine Castle, Fid. Dee.:! :U.=Th< I The ideal' investment one that I
MONNINO" AND WttKlY Christmas entertainment wilt be glv. yeilds a guaranteed net Income. The

1, :;,'"rt''titlf': . .., "h..ie.n"M.kdlNlr aii : en Christmas eve! in the! school audits- fohsultlnif income\ investor Cook &and Co the(Christ buildIng I
Hum. A large ha* been ), will receive Information it4 to COME EARLY
program prepared
.. .,
tn'..... .t ,h. ps.fl drlaatg. Pier investment and materials which will
and the usual l time! I Ii !
M p.r"hd l'IUII Mell Mitt merry value,
\ i'latts and estimates
..uh elmfuYN HATKfc anticipated.MUs furnished ffee 1 1.12:!=iy.?teTintKRYH
t4d/1' I v.... ,"...,..II II........... '0Oft" Myrtle Maey arrived burnt

(,,. ",, Il "ltlltlM n.n.n.nnu.. ............... ? 1 O Ii tYrllltwm Jacksonville! when T'IIIKF.f''T IIKNH'
llp$ I Mae/A. m < and get useful gift, Below will find n list of nice present:
0-Hr I M."tll I...,11 ............... ..< .the has I been attending whotdj making = Country cured hams and sausage. you

I I r 111, amwfMIPTIONlT' rAfABU lNAPVANCM heartily welcomed by her many young ol|<]t-up game here Fair and square: Ever Heady Razors _,,??,???? 1,00
friends, deal to every one Georgia and Flor.
TO APVKBTUKMt home ids Hoone street J, T. Ender Razors: ___'???..__,.__?__ 1.00 r+
Mrs Ueo T Uennett reached
pe. r.. ...I", nd .ll .,..., hsisl. Smith M2-J8-Gtc: Hot Water Bottles _____..__,,
,4..rtM..* .... h.n4.4 in .. tfc* k..U... Friday morning from a visit of length ?,.?.,? 1,50Wiley's
,..t.Ib.. gfniiMt) .1.'.' lk.. p. .. with her parents and other relatives Candy Ib. *.____._.. ... ,80
'. 4 fcf.r. Ik.ll... TW r.l. ..,llMM per .
> >r r
..,. /.. ,..'.ac' ./.rtUUfl It U in Camden, and other points in New FOR SALE!
,..ri.bU f h. ....! wtll k. ilrfcuy ..0.,," U. Jersey. Mary: Garden Ext. __________.._______ 1,25
A.b.erlbe". desiring Th Svntin! d4eorAnn.d Air. and :Mrs. W. T. Livengood, of
should.Dotifr abe olhrrwU.offlc. in writing it will on Uonlinurd Charleston. Va., arrived here Saturday I We have Cigars in boxes of $1.00 and up, which will be a nice little gift to the
of ipirttion.
.in* at th. ...,111.. luUcriptioa r.U.. to spend the rest of the winter. -
....II not..... U> top i. r.c.i.*d. Two lots frontingon husband or son.
TtlrpkoM. ...h T .... ,................. 1< .
Mrs. "'red1.: Preston received Drive
TlllIItSDAY. DKCKMIJKU: : 23. 1915.A : summons Saturday to the home of

her father Rev. Higgins, at South East and Park
few more days and then the Hartford Conn., and left Sunday; for ,

deluge of new neckties. Connecticut. Her father, who U quite / Lake. Bearing orange City Drug StoreJ.
0 I aged, is I probably in his last illness

With a few more auto line from and it is hoped Mrs. Preston reaches trees large

Orlando to point north, fait, went her father's home to be with him be- I,. DEAN, Proprietor Orlando FloridaDon't
and south of here, the A. C. I I. and fore he passes away. live oaks. Cornerlot !
Seaboard might just AI w 4l tear up Mrs. Mary C. Turn,-)' U home from

their track and clrclo tho entire a stay nt Maltland. $800. Inside lot, --

i fount)'. You wo'ro getting to l 1'0 a Mr. Morgan, who I III occupying the, I IJ'ullvr
real city cottage, I III now improving $700. Phone 5G7, I II
o from the hard! attack of grippe hems Overlook! FOR SALE!
Cltr.AT: I.HTLK" : had. I or inquire 108 Hill. I -
WAIt KILLKK.: Mrs. Rebecca John, widow of Con I My residence corner north Orange second floor. Lot, 154$ feet front en

1 Generally: upvaVlng people are tiring nellus Johns, passed' away Thursday crest Avenue This One nnd Library Robinson, Kicentlon& avenue Itoom, Den containing, Sew Orange arranged avenue, and tprayed Grounds attractively by under.

t of the war Several months ago morning at 11 o'clock, December 10, I log Room, liinlng) Room, Kitchen ground system. I
one could get Into an argument or 19 J/j./ She would have been eighty- Ihtntry, Grocery: Room Lavatory, All Large garage and log cabin play .
three of If she had lived! on first floor with bath and a BleepIng house, etc. Will sell furnished or un.
I discussion with nearly every one on years age THE FLORIDA REAL ESTATE 80 acres! virgin timber :.T/j apartment with eleven windows furnished.
the question of whether Egypt: would until April 3, 1010. Mrs. Johns was I I and seven closets and storage room on 1..7.m
: be invaded or whether the Socialists I one of the pioneers of this locality, & INVESTMENT CO. miles from Orlando near Con

f In Germany would atop the war. Now. and even at her great age could recollect CHARLES P. DOW
brick road. Thin! Is n choice
adnyfl the public have other things to distinctly many incidents of hisorlcal way
think about-the war is getting to boa interest connected with this have moved their office to the piece of land and is suitable for --

habit and every man woman and rount)'. She had been feeble for quite Benedict Residence1, 114 East
t child is becoming better drilled\ all tot a while and just gradually failed un. Central Avenue and hope to citrus fruit, truck and general ;

what constitute a real, true, bona tll tho clone of her life. meet our clients and many new farming
fldo unhyphenated AmericAn Ill-min Funeral service were held, at her
one to get acquainted with us Not"Send
r ing the air of freedom Is a great homo Friday morning at 10:30, I1ev.Or. "Why
and our method of doing buU PRICE $a: :: .oo PEU ACREF :
little war killer\ E.: T. Poulson, of Orlando, conducting .
nl''c buy and well Heal
ut the service Ilurlol( wart
t box of aborted Grapefruit Oranges and TangerInes
a ,
t I'IlICAli1'UINHAtlAtNST finds At Onk Ridge cemetery.A 'Mate: and! Mortgage, loan
Incident of Mrs. John, ) to your friend at Ilawvp
: IIUK: pathetic money\ on good I securities and

A timely warning has \ the National' Fire Protection """0. pet dog IfltAll)' llelle," to Mrs H. .... ...........$$2.00
f' ending to build home on easyterms. HO pound ................... .
She Im
clot Ion. The caution reminds" the 'rank Phillip pxprpmnnl
public that holiday Area in crowded |tlclt) faith that Mrs I'hllllpwoult1 !Hank Guarantee for our Room :1 Arcade "Express Prepaid. t

I' buildings usually result in holocausts he 'kind to I her, little dug t transactions. Phono U7

and that every year in this country News was received here Friday\ III Nn\ UKNEWCT' HES., lilt.. p
many children are burned to death by morning of the death of Mr.\ l.afayette
I fires started by Christmas candles, Illume, father of our citizen, Mr. Orlando Seed & Produce Co.
Light inflammable decorations nuke Eugene: Illume. Mr.\ Illume passed

fires easy to start and easy to spread. away at the home of his daughter, at
Among the admonitions of the association Irooksville, Thursday at 10:30;: p. m., Grove for Sale! 206 S. Orange Ave. Phone 166

are to watch cigar and cigarette In his eightieth year. Mr.\ Illume had
80 Lakesite, 35 acres In Grove; 2200 fine bearing
smokers and do not make any visited here frequently at the homeof acre
budded trees 300 Seedlings. Close to brick road and
his and recent visit hada ;
change in the electric light service son on a
town. __ n ._ __ _ __ ,-__ - --
without consulting an inspector. very severe attack of the heart disease
Don't decorate your Christmastree from which he suffered and to House, Barns, Outbuildings.

with paper, cotton or any highly which he succumbed. His burial was Big SACRIFICE for QUICK SALE Lucerne Theatre December 23ONE
inflammable material, but use metal made at Tampa where he had made
lie tin foil and other non-inflammable his home the greater part of his life EXCLUSIVE SALE JOYOUS, JUBILANT NIGHT

I decorations only, and set the tree set and where he had seen that city grow COMING IN ALL THEIR GLITTERING GLORY!
curely so that the children in reaching from a little settlement.
for articles can not tip it over. Orlando Real Estate Co. OSCAR F. HODGE PRESENTS

p Asbestos fibre should be used as imitation BIGGEST GREAT LAKES FLEETNOW E. B. BRADLEY NEAL O'BRIENAnd

f for :snow Don't permit chi! AT 1HIFFALO WATKINS BLOCK PHONE 301Unas I '
l;, dren to light or re-light candles.
r Don't leave matches within the reach Buffalo, N. Y.-The largest grain I His Great American MINSTRELSWith

i of children, especially in holiday time. fleet the Great Lakes is II I
ever seen on 'IIIIIII&llllltttttllllllllllllllllllllllllllll'lll everything new and more people, more songs, dances, acts, stories and
k -e-- now assembled here In the innerand special features than ever before. Two new skits by AIR. O'BRIEN.
THE SPIRIT OFOKI.ANDO outer harbor are more than one .
i PEOPLE. hundred ships, containing an enor: C Cards and Booklets : : "DARKTOWN'S BRAVEST FIGHTING; THE FLAMESAM "

1 *The real feature of the Sentinel mous amount of grain. It is doubt : )

SAnta Claus Fund is the spontaneous Cut if there ever was assembled atone : : "THE .PENNY; AltCA E."
pea with which the donations are time in any port of the world)
it made Every person who contributed such a mighty array of freighters : ExquUite lectlontrom( Ic. up). Also Souvenir, :, ""rlff' 50f. (o f 1,30 Head At Mtl lr "* Pharmeq
Novelties\ Stationery, '
Novelties, Toys, Japanese ,
to the fund did f>o with a free will, burdened with cereal :
and Magazine\ ,
That is the real spirit" of Christmas' !

M ilu wine kind art for another by j jU
I :.I p 1:!tl) 'I:, !II:4111:h 11111 f: 1 !"I I I'I 1'IV! I:!' ' tll'II'' '" 22 W. Church St.
t your own free will Thus persons \ :1I'II'IIII'II, Prinlnm K Whatever Else You Buy for
{ HI"t't" II HI'II
who rontribtitpd' MI generously to the ''I\III\IIIII' ', H'CO' ' ,. J.I ., ,''t: ..1" I I I 0,I 6 (Jl MH HICK Hit A..c..Mfor : 1 ,
fund are tll"II"ttII'1! sentinel and I '" '
l i II" ',, I : I . . . . . .. . Christmas
the Associated Chatitie' \\'htJ11I -4u4';'I li l wL44, ,? . tl N'.1n ;; '" ". .. . . .. . - sS. .s.s.. . T - - -
; upend the tttoiteyi The needy peopleof \ !
OHando' will be thankful indeed to 8% n You must have Christmas Cards Our line. this year is

r these, Individual and organisation more varied nnd beautiful than ever before

who contributed BO spontaneously! to IN COM It iNVR4TMRNTNfiYiRL1)iNU PURE FOOD STORE The early shopper gets the cream of the stock. Whetheryou
thiN fund. Every': cent In the fund
AUtIAIIANTERD buy or not, it is a pleasure to have you see our magnificent
means a smile from the heart. One
.J' may feel that a good deed has been display.
R done and (In many a home Saturdayand
r: for succeeding/ days there will be Hell ..*rylhltif& to build a HINTSRaisins W. S. BRANCH,

that warm spirit of thankfulness and house and In buying all your
I Almonds Brazil Nuts, Pecans, THE ARCADE BOOK AND MUSIC STORE
: appreciation. It was a revelation the material' from ott. firm you Currents, Walnuts, ,
way people supported the Sentinel save the r..k dl. ounl.. Citron, Orange Peel, Lemon Peel, Cluster Raisins, Burnett I .
Extracts, Burnett's Cake Coloring. -
Santa Claus Fund. Orlando people 1'LANS ANt
The Above Are All Fresh Stock
are generous and loyal no matter ESTIMATES FI1IINISIiEI) I
what the occasion but no better indexof l Phone 203 No. 8 W. Church St.
the character of the individuals

can be gained than from a fund of .. - G. C. MontgomeryWe

this nature.
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TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY : have employed the service of G. C. Montgomery for

INVESTMENTS XMAS! : our painting department. Cars overhauled and painted.
; SKATING KINK-Christmas! carnival
and grand march Monday night, Prices for Fords, $10.00 to $20.00; Any cars JLO to $50.
December) 27. Admission lOc. Municipal and Industrial :
12-23-3tc We would like to sell $500 worth of the Best Feeds

Bonds, Mortgages on Improved that were ever offered, this week, by Friday night.If .

.. W ANT"bakexhop.()Helper Call with at once experiencein at Carl Property. we do, we will give 1 per cent of sales to the Associated :

Jansen'H 12.23.lte8AFKTY: Hukery, 11 Orange avenue. Charities for their Santa Claus fund. CHALMERS MOTOR CAR CO.

8 per cent. Just! received, car of Ballard & Ballard Shorts and

FIIIHT PHH'F.H: TODAY Bran. Shorts 1G.45 per cent Protein, Bran 15.78 per cent. :
Freeman V. D. Phillips
Crt: the lll l ",....In.* Check" IVnnlrs Interest upon Investments of Mgr
All lOc. articles Do. One cent andover
'""'Inltl pennies" from every unquestioned security
article purchased. Nothing charges The Co-Opertive Produce Co.W. .
I these
nt price Prompt delivery
Hall\( No. I 11V. ltohln..
Grocery onavenue. eliAS P. DOW
cO'1 lift. No 10 E. Church Bt 1M10NE 44?
l-l2-21-7t:! : The Peoples National hank 1I

Mate you l located MM t. TutUe's liftRhos the}
Advertise in SentinelfH
this season if hot be. sera
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fife A CLAUS Has his Headquarters

.A.t the Big Store

: Toys! New Toys!

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

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DOLLS--The greatlest Collection 1-

Dolls ever seen in Orlando Toys
ck Owing to the fact that our toys and dolls were late in
lUg dolls little dolls, blond dolls, brunette dolls, or cute arriving, we have decided to give a special discount begin. Toys that charm baby,tickle the children,please dad and
little dolls. Thousands of them, each of them wanting a ning Monday morning,as we must not carry any of them mother and amuse granddaddy and grandmother. You
home. over, so to all purchasers of dolls, toys, or games we will never HaW so many toys.
give a discount of
20 per cent 1.5 off the regular price '


Merry Xmas at THE Bla: STORE:

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


each customer making a GASH I purchase, you will be handed bodlln CASH per cent of your purchase

This Is a present worth hfcving, A ear load of beautiful Rockers In Mahogany, Oak, Willow and

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


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j Mf Jy, gtagg and daughter. nm FJIRISTMA8, MMMMMtfMMMMMMMMMMMMMMtt**....... .
Miss #Sarah, were among the Qrar.d4| TRY SOME PF TIIAT WP1I l FRPIT
folks leaving yesterday afternoonover CAKE;>
, the Atlantic Coast Line. Mrs. f. U. STONE: HAKIM CO.
Winter Park News Stagg has gone to join Pr Stagg, Sold in Winter Park by

who Black has Mountain been for N some C., while months Miss at F, W, SHEPHERD PRACTICAL XMAS GifTS

Sarah will go to St. Petersburg
where she will visit her brother, Mr. Room No. 3, Schulti Bid;.
John W. Stagg and family. The Dr. C. W. FainDENTIST ANSCO CAMERAS
Daily Budget 01 Items ConcerningThe
many friend of Dr. Stagg will I
pleased to learn that his health is HAWKEYE CAMERAS
Town And Rollins College very much improved and that he is I Office Hours: 8 to 12. 2 to 5. CAMERA ALBUMS
daily growing in strength. WINTER PARK. FLA.
Simultaneous announcements of the ) CAMERA CARDS
two new auto bus lines which are to f' ., FILMS DEVELOPED
connect Winter Park with Orlando
and other nearby points created con- THERMOS BOTTLES
siderable interest Both of
jesterday. I&6 V/JF' V/f XtJ FOUNTAIN PENS
the new lines are to charge railway I
prices, and the schdule of trips leaves SAFETY RAZORS
. little to be desired in the way of
quick and economical transportation l
between this place and Orlando.Un'IW'EIEXTS >l ivtiiS BBi CHRISTMAS: BOXES OF JOHNSON'S MILWAUKEE .
f >w..

J. E. Miller, proprietor of the- Win xx / I Wli'L
ter Park barber shop, has recentlyhad .
installed eighteen feet of hand
some mirror. This addition, with the
already handsome finish of Mr. Mil. [ PHARMACYPHONE
ler's shop, Rives Winter Park one of
the most attractive and up to date
,. barber shops in this section of the

When in KIssimmee visit the Palace Drug Store.
The much talked of public Christmas :j
tree has been placed in positionin
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the park, and when decorated and MMMMMMMMMMMMMMIMIIMmMIMMMtIMMIIMIIH
illuminated, as it la to be during holiday "

most week attractive It promises appearance.to present a yoU Will fiND Ttl[ XMAS SPIRIT"AND Ml MMIIIIIIIM6IHH MIUUI


Hotlt" Itollind- students left "MAllE IN BOND IGARS"AT ""
yesterday bit the! morning and! after
noun train Id upend! Christmas! indifferent
irtHii bt the ttate.t Mritiy Many Useful and Attractive GiftsAT
more will leave today. HeveFttl l MU
F dents and iUile|\ ft number of the fa@ttlty THE RIGHT PRICE
will remain tin the campy for
the h litltty".
"Matte In Iloml 1 Cigars At The night fries,"

been Th@going epMemi the pt round grippe in which Winter JIM P. DALE & L MPANY'S STORE We Have On Ham! One Of The Nest CIGARS Made And
You Can Get This .
Park for the past few days, seem to Cigar In Boxes Of Five Up,
da letting up slightly and a number To Fifty Cigars. r
' of the victims are already able to get Winter Park Florida '
The Only Exclusive Cigar Store In Orlando,
tr, out and enjoy the Christmas season .'_ f
once more Make This Store Your Christmas StoreIMIIMMMMIMUtllMIIIHtlHieeH9IMIMMMIMMII

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Dr and Mrs. Walker, who have -A '
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left been family yesterday the guests for for the of Roanoke past S. P.two Shepherdand Va.weeks, IIMI. IIIIIIIIIIIIHIiei. GOOD AND BAD CIGAR STORE II

t Miss Marian Phillips and brother, 122 S. Orange Avc., next to T. 8. Evans .

l' Guiteras Raymond as Phillips their guest have at Miss their Edith Sanford II..I..I. M M M i M M M 11 M M i M M M M M 7

home during the holidays.R. THIS$ IS 1$ AN AGE 6'r E EOOMY N

eral. hours P. Foley in Orlando and family yesterday spent,sev-do- . .. ... .IIIIII.llr..I.IIIII......... ..... " .. .

ing Christmas shopping and greeting New Overland
their many friends. at $800Oversize

For fine fruit cake and Christmas Tires Shock Absorbers and Extra Tire
goodies visit the Crystal Bakery. Try .
i r some of our genuine old fashioned And the thrifty person buys where his money has the greatest
t fruit cake at 25c. and 40c. per pound. Buick
k I 12-23-6tc purchasing power provided the goods are satisfactory. We 40 at $400New
I The Misses Sara Muriel and Sadie I guarantee the quality of every article and commodity offered for Tires and New Paint

Pellerin left yesterday for Jacksonville sale. Our prices speak for themselves. Don't underrate the
t to spend the Christmas holidays.
quality because we under cut the price of our

Miss Winifred Hanchett is spending i Winter Park Auto Co. jj
i the vacation with her parents at ;
t their home in Orlando. Fancy and Staple Groceries
Miss Elizabeth Russell left yesterday t
; for her home at-Fort Produce Grain and FeedWe
l Pierce.morning Hay, .. ..I. .I..III..I'I. . . . . ,. . . . . .II. ..

Christmas shoppers crowded all of are not satisfied unless you are and if you will give us the op-

the local stores all day long yester. portunity we will see that the satisfaction is mutual.
The opening of our store a short time ago marked a new epochin ACCIDENT HEALTH
Go to P. Dale & Co.'. for Cnrist-
mas portals, cards, booklets and the business life of Orlando because it gave, this city the distinction LIABILITY AUTOMOBILEBURGLARY:
fancy baskets. 12-18-tfc
/r Miss Jennie Williams is spendingthe
holidays at her home in Oviedo. ,


Christmas day that day on which Central Florida direct the
Selling to
the Church annually commemoratesthe Georgia Casualty Company
'birth of God the Son Incarnate
and thankfully adores Him na the consumer as well as the dealer
Saviour of mankind services will beheld GEO. A, HUTCIIINSON, General Agent
as follows!
Orlando Florida
Mass B it. m.
Mass, Ts.10:\ a. m. itoom 4 and 0 Walking lllock phone 700
High MUM Ithlille-huon. 10 a. hi.Uehedlcllnrt .

ntertt ttu*l'ltt'll immediately MrtM lit the!nftef itt HleMfd P MRII'a with. flacri the. :M. A. :McDowellWholesale :

Aiieote tit Nu+\ tit the Ititfh MrtM!! Hhil, will b* fen
ilefttt by Mfg W. V, Alilfttto, MM!
kiln! UiwIlmAfl+ MF, Vrailiy l'+ MF, Oetti !>
i iiftwtflrii and H ehaFtiiiMU Grocer The Longwood Hotel
\ itza d@rofation,,\ ; end permen will

.by have their M thetp solemnity: perpas@the< to honor chew: due ferth to McNeill & DAVIS Building, Orange Ave, Orlando, FU given Open w auto under parties new I. management Ppeefal attention
the PavfanF and to bring the souls f of
the worshipper to the Christ spirit PHONE 101tMMIMMIMMMMM' Rate |3,00 and up, American, Special rftte t y the
All are invited to share in this pub, week or month,
(tic act of homage paid to Christ
located at Lon 'Wood, Fla, the town of opportunity.
Christmas dinner-ju t like home- D, A MJPGLEY, MaT,
Astor Cafe-12 to :2 and 530; to 8.
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Sorosis Club met Tuesday after Favorite"A

I GDrlattita{ ntitty I noon and listened to a most entertaining I: "GET IT AT ALLEN'S" tJ

talk by Hey Eleanor E. Gordon : tllVINB DECREE":

on "Henry D. Thoreau, Anarchist* A two feel American, featuring Win *- T
the second t f the series on Democ
> If fed Greenwood and
AN tNTEItEBTIMl( HEMK10N I Harriet Stanton Ulatch, of New York) j '
Edward ,
in American Letters ( ""ph f.,
racy ; .
The Rev, Mary A Saftord returned Miss Laura Clay, of Kentucky! Mrs. receding the address, Mrs A. & ..tll ; OLD itoot l'()U NOTlltNrJ"Maje ... \JuI, t1" \rJ
&t'l oJ' to: ,',
John Lewis, of Lynchburg, Va., and lld! drama ,
"Tuesday night from a Irlp to Wash WhUhiattt\ president of HoroM I!, read i1 j f" t ..: '-.
Ititfton and Richmond, Va. Bhe attended & .
it greeting from' MM!, W. H, Jennings!, .. ,' J
A Valshif I "
the fcetfond t! ahhual convention ut HUlltJ ) 1I meeting\ was open to the pt@atdetht bf (the f/loHilt* l the Houiheftt Woman Munrag@Cunfet@nc@ |public"' its\ subject! \being! feutfrtige, in
\ Hlate\ of Women' Cluta!, in which dhe urged () () .
held in' llli'hmend' \ Vn-. rt1It'Uu"\ with nodal I welfare wink, nil members. of federated erpanisn.! 'hater f41\\, "The Diamond) From the 'j' .--Jf.-

Ih' 'mb@r! Mali), Hi the JelTersun ho I.'hiM latter, @(t@, thru l to renew their effort toward )""--"Hhadowa. at Nwnriae.! - "
I@I\) The convention closed/ on Monday enlarging and exporting the Florid (Nuff 1 eel.) :II n nO no
after the election of effieers LI < "' t
morning, (
The ebjeet of thU I\hQflMthH\I.1 to Federation of Women's Clubs, Mrs, i I &' ,'',' '> 1 I
19 A flank, movement the national and the plans for future work were Jennings wrote pf the courtesy of Fresh pack Cphoon's nonA plant '
bouillon for sale all --
At leading
dspus| ed, Nine hundred dollars was I gro
agitation in Washington.& Whether I I the Palmetto Club, pf Daytona, in inviting :cars, Cohoon Packing Co, Orlando! ,
the 'suffrage shall be "LtAlnlliIf! \ A raided in fledges far the cause, The the executive board! to meet Fin, 1.I.lSlmoeSpirella:

national amendment! or through I!MUffis fleeted for 1910 are' Miss there in February anti of the pUn THE BEST CUTS ON THE TREE will be article of Jewelry

states' rights, was the principal Kate Gordon, president; Miss Laura soon to be adopted of sending to the from this establishment We are proud of our stock. Choose

theme of the convention Cl.ty of Kentucky vice-president at clubs strips of adhesive plaster on |j O your gifts and let us lay them aside for you.
large Mrs (), F. Ellington, of Ark.
The first meeting of the conference ; which dimes are to be placed in the
ansas, recording secretary Miss Louise
was held on Saturday morning, December ; hope that a mile of coins may be collected -
11, and was opened with Collens, of New Orleans, corre- in this way to help in paying I CorsetsNot ALLEN & CO., JEWELERS.

prayer by the Rev. J. J. Wickes, of sponding secretary; Mrs. II. B. Bartlett . wardens and other men necessary toprotet't ( sold in stores)
church. Kirs. G. I of New Orleans, treasurer; auditors
Lee Street Baptist the Palm In by
Royal park. b
Corset made fit
Wear to
Mrs. W. M Stoner of Washing. a you. J
Harvey Clark of Richmond, welcomed closing, Mrs. Jennings begged that I I Ask for a demonstration. ==Ocl.:
the conference in behalf of the ton, I II C., and Mrs. Ellicott of Mary
members would keep in mind; the I Send postcard to
Equal Suffrage League of Virginia.Mrs. land. value of planting flowers and shrubs,

W. M. Stoner, of Washington, - and make "Florida Beautiful" their Mrs. Van Buskirk PREPARING FOR

I). C.. responded to this greeting. This Mr., Mather-Smith, one of'Oak slogan. Corsetiere30S CHRISTMAS NOW

was followed by the annual addressof land's popular winter residents, was This was the last meeting of the '"'' A little touch of paint here and there
Magnolia Ave. Orlando R
the president Miss Kate M. Gordon in Orlando yesterday en route to San. club before the holiday recess.KICIILINF will put the house in shape for the

of New Orleans, and by the reports ford to drive his car over to his homein holiday season. Let us fill your
of the corresponding secretary, west Orange. :EVANS wants in the paint line. We handle

Mrs. Hattie Rowland Parker, of New _ ._ only pure goods and can provide you
w- The marriage of Miss Ethel E. with requirement. Our
every guar-
Orleans, and the treasurer, Mrs. II. I '
Kichline and Mr. Henry A. Evans antee goes with everything we selL
B. Bartlett, also of New Orleans. The I
was solemnized last evening at 7 GRANDTODAY -
afternoon meeting was chiefly occu-
o'clock:! at the home of Mr. and Mrs.C. {lit lli
pied with reports from the different Orlando Paint & Wall Paper ft
L. Knapp, 333 Ridgewood avenue, rA CMI A'l
states to the of suffragein WEDDING
as progress Rev. J. B. Ley, pastor of the First t 205 S. Orange Avenue
the South. One of the most interesting -
Methodist church, performing the cer- Phone 261
speeches was made by Misa ,
emony. ,
Florence Cotham of Arkansas, vrhc. StationeryInvitations
The lovely young bride whom Mr.
gave an account of the suffrage hearing -
Evans has won is the daughter of
in the Arkansas legislature. Miss
prominent residents of East Lake, I -
Jean Gordon a interesting
gave very Fla. She is loved by all, both old and
report of the progress of suffrage in I
Louisiana. Mri. James McCormick young, in her home town. She has William Fox Presents CAREY HANDFUNERAL
frequently visited Orlando and has
reported very encourcgingly for Ten- AnnouncementsAt I
warm friends here.
nessee; Mrs. C. E. Ellicott for Mary- many FREDERICK PERRY
Home Cards The groom is a young man who is
land, and Mrs. Mary McLendon for
well known and admired by a host of DIRECTOR
Georgia. Mrs. Valentine's report for Calling CardsJ. And an All-Star Cast in
friends all over the state. He is the
Virginia was given by Miss Roberta
traveling representative of the Flor-
Wellford. One of the most encour-
ida Hardware company, Jacksonville. "THE FAMILY: STAIN"A
aging reports of the afternoon was
The happy couple will make their
that of Mrs. Ida Porter-Boyer, describing
home in Orlando. Dramatic Screen Play That is
the Southern service calls answered
I press ENGRAVING CO. - Promptly Day
and the official organ of the Conference -
the New Orleans Citizen.A I SOCIETY NOTES OF INTERESTMiss Well Worth Your Attention or Night. Hand Block. ,
47 Whitehall St. Atlanta Dorothy Siemens left yester- I
number of '
prominent speakers
day for her home in Orlando, after
'weredpn the program for the night Orlando Florida.
spending several' days in Jacksonvilleen -
meet n.:, notably Hon. John W. Aber-
route from Tallahassee, where she I I
crombie, senator' from Alabama; Mrs.
PHONE 639.
is a student at the Florida State Col. lOc. 15c. ,
h>ge for Women. While here Miss
''IO II. M II 11.11. . me I MMMIMMMMMMt"SELL II. . ,
Slemons was the guest of her broth

er-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs.

Richard I1. Marks, at their home on
MilMtillilllllllllFRANK . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
East Duval street.-Times-Union.


.. Orlando Lodge No. 12 will meet tonight THf LUCERNE A. CURTiS WILLIAM H O'NEAC 1 1-

at I. 0. O. F. hall, at 7:30

o'clock. A large attendance is desired i.Ji.Jj j
e as this is the date for the an- i

4 f nual election of officers, besides 1 j
which there is considerable other bus-

iness of importance to be attended to. TODAY

Mrs. F. L. Anderson, noble grand. 1

CURTIS & O'NEALInsurance
TilE ST. JAMES, 308 West street.
Rooms, $3.50 per week. Spick and "HER HAPPINESS"A
snan. But a step to everything.

e. l2-19-6t Three Part Edison Feature : : Loans Real Estate 1

For your Christmas dinner, go to 4
Mrs. Cornish's, see the pretty decorations
enjoy the happy Christmas Rentals t
spirit and best of all a dinner that tj
AT LIST PRICE-FREIGHT ADDED-NO can not fail to please the most crit- "ROMANCE, A LA CARTE"A ti j
DEVIATION WHATEVER.CUTTING ical. Four little maids in black j
crowns and white caps will be readyto

PRICE OF CARS IS AN ADMISSION courteously serve you. The one Kalem Comedy That Will i
place to go. 1-12-23-lt

STOCK-NO WAITING-NO WIRE EXPENSE-NO Friday, 4:30 p. m., as Saturday is ,.
EXPRESSAGE.IT Christmas day. Brown bread hot tea
I biscuits douehnuts, and salad for

IS NOT THE FIRST COST, BUT THE RUN- sale also. Supper from 5:30 to 7 5c "Same Little Prices" 10c IMMOMMM. . . " " " "> .11.11" .J
P. m. Friday. One of my inimitable
NING EXPENSE, THE UPKEEP, AND COST OF Christmas turkey dinners. 12 to 2

PARTS THAT COUNT. p. m. Saturday, 75 cents. Public cordially .l
invited. l-12-22-4tc

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Christmas SuggestionsKODAKS

$1.25 to $22.50 (new kind, Autographic.) have been appointed distributors for central

THERMOS: BOTTLES, Carafes and Cases, $1.25 to $6.00. Florida for this wonderful car. We will have in two car-
loads before 1st and want in Orlandoto
CANDIES, 25c. to $6.00, Huyler's: Nunnally's, Page and January everybody
ride in it. The only cheap thing about the Saxon is

Shaw. the price. Equipped with Timpkin axles and bearings j

PERFUME ATOMIZERS, $1.00 to $3.00. throughout, electric starter and lights, genuine leather

1. } FOUNTAIN PENS $1.00 to $15.00. upholstery and all refinements of a $2,000.00 automobile.Let .

PARISIAN IVORY GOODS, Puff Boxes, Brushes, Combs us give you a demonstration. Carload of the famous

Hair Receivers etc. Reo Six's to arrive this week. You are invited to ride I

in them also. For high class, long life and hard work
TRAVELING CASES, 50c. to $3.00 for ladies and gentlemen. -
210 S. Orange Ave. Reo and Saxon.PALMS.

CIGARS, $1.00 to $5.00.McELROY'S.



Distributors for

& PHARMACY Reo and Saxon Automobiles. .

N. Orange Ave. Phone 400 --

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Christmas Sale of HosieryTHE '..! :( "? ( I AL )I V r!, ." .% ,q .
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FAMOUS "EVERWEAR" MAKE in Black and ..., # JtU l \0 .i<:\) embroidered in pure Irish Linen-25c quality .
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all sizes
White < / ... t.J ,-Sale Price
Boot Silk, regular 50 cent .............Sale price 39c ( fI[ill" -_. .-=.- :-. "& > (),\"
All Silk, regular 75 cent ...............Sale price 59c >' iJ ..........., #! ",',, ._. ,.'J 20c each, 2 for 35c
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All Silk, regular $1.00 .................Sale price 79c f, ,-;=,. '\ :- -"'--" 'o--;:..-' -" :-l -.. .\.!...-
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Black and White, all sizes- 'II .. "p..''.:\'--' .:...::---
$1.00 BOXES, 3 and 4 pair in box ......eo.eo eo. 69c Exquisite effects in hand embroidered and drawn
POWDER BOXES work-Irish Linen.

Outing FlannelsWe PHOTO HAIR RECEIVERS FRAMES Sale Price 25c each

have just received a full shipment of our regular CARD CASES Initial Handkerchiefs not included at these prices.
12ytc quality in White, Cream, Pink, Sky, Navy, Brown, COLLAR BOXES
Tan, Checks, Stripes, Plaids, etc., etc.

Thursday and Friday 10 yds MIRRORSPIN Christmas Sale of SilksFANCY

for 89 cents TRAYS
Ladies' Silk ParasolsGold Mesh Bags In. beautiful floral effects on grounds of white, pink, sky,

old myrtle and
100 GATE TOP MESH BAGS, worth 75 cents- rose navy Copenhagen.
mounted, inlaid with mother o'pearl, worth up to
Splendid value for 69 cents-

I $10.00 Thursday, and Friday $3.98 Thursday Friday and 50 Cts Thursday and Friday 49c

Slipper SaleMen's
of the best wearing silk fabrics known. Drapes
and Women's Pulman Slippers, Tan and Black, MfN'S COMBINATION SETS[ beautifully, dust shedding-in practically ,
Regular $1.25:, $1.50alue............ SALE $1.00
color, including black and white-Our regular $1,00
Women's Travelling Slippers, patent leather- 50 only in boxes-Hose, Tie and Handkerchiefs to match- quality.
Regular $1.50alue Regular values! $1.50 to $2.50-

Sale Price $1.10 and Thursday and Friday 79c yd
Thursday Friday $1 set

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t'iilN\' ', Imperitil. Iml"rl\1", Ihltlnt'flll'l+ I llmhprgar I ', Ilrnplnd,' (CMIIIUMI'' '' ('mnnm'' ' +hillvi'l. Walnut'"*" ,\lmnn+I., I'lurlilii, +i I Pmms II nil ik Filbert ''..ill
t'i'If\\\h"rr' \ ) \ + ) I fi"u."ht'rr) l l.ulllln ll\rry,
Nvurrhultli\ )I (rrwinii, ,In" ,,rkiin IIntl\l"fnrl, (Cluh ('tWttil ul nim..un, |'|unii t'twrr)', hvchly' Pearl Peach, Onincv( ', nuts Walnut M"'itlImum'' I Meats< """fun Meats Halted" !"

tanapp' )'WfUh Hnn hit, I'lnra'I, Almonds f\aHrt1I'tfanlli, Halted" $I'eanuts
I Sweet t Pickles "IViU'he, Prune. Plum, "Sickle Pear" +, i\Ir.J1
I Cherries, "Preserved (linger "Plain OUves "Pimento Olives
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NAVY ItOAIIt ItF'.L'Ottl'Waehington !prat I board are far from accord ai to JIUY IT IN OHLANUU I halt" MALI.; cnnAt ''

the number tit submarines. to be in* I It the, Christmas shoppers| will Rive ?d t'rt'll'Ifafl" pine land, jn.t tiff
(he window of the! various places ofliiulneM
Ita. fll--"The nary eluded In the five year jiftiernm Mr, brisk toad I Bhil fruhtllttf for half H
of (the United Mtalprf .should ultimately itattleU, naked for fl ft pen fleet tuliHtit* along Orange) avpmip, 'MUle, lake the rtwthptt"l tMe of 14 beautiful 'Orlando a Gala.Wo l !
I t'huMM street( 1'ine Mrpeti ami otheriMieetn not far from OrlMiil. Ui'i'
I lie equal to (the wont jtnweffulin tine whets the, Dewey I beard naked" i , tt tflswe, nil thoughts. of yo l land l nt f'M, ) i.pr aeie fur an imw ,hlt\@
lnt nail I hy, other "hHiitm ef fur ttnly niii The) AitifreM
any unine ilUparity,' nt!* ing "Ytit the ity 'to ih ('hfl ''mlt* iuyer, lion Mil, NOW
the world;' In) the OpillirtH ot thaJpnpral curs in the rpt'tiiiiwphilrttUin hf PanIpU l I bllt.dte: !} I I
..ttoJ'J'lfI&f er of mftklntf, \I"e of the II
( I Hoard, Nhaie Annual BIUI his, naval ItOttril
report ft* ('II f mail order hou p* will l II@ quickly'dis'p@llyd !
tiirnat liy Admiral Oporpe Dewey, Daniel)/ B l k@sI| congress I THREE DAYSDECEMBER
for the holiday spirit' lr@VAih
mach for 85 while the board
wag pulilie today Newsy: thinksbN
in all of them, A variety of gift
This \"IAfAUQn( WM made \II y the enough. I
that are all that can he desired) are
general board in response to a. request > For reserve ammunition, Secretary I 23,24,25FAIR
on display and) you have only a day TO SETTLE AN EST A l E
l> > PanteU for an panieU recommend
y Hwretary an appropriation
or two in which to shop early. The
Beautiful I
opinion "as to what the navy must be of $25,000,000, more than twice the Stone Residence, consisting
in the future in order to stami uponan $11,000,000 thought sufficient by the clothing stores, hardware stores, va of 6 Rooms, Bath, Sleeping GROUNDS
riety stores, jewelry stores all of
equality with the most efficient general board. As to total! expendi!" Porch Stable-Garage, Chicken I
them have as good stocks as one can Yard, and about CO fruit trees,
and most practically serviceable, tures for the five year program, the r
Tjj general board, moreover, declares estimates are not far apart Mr Dan find anywhere.Miss mostly all in bearing. Lot 150x

that the United States should be the iels' being about $502,500,000, as 200. Only 1% blocks from Lake THURS., DEC. 23: 2:15 Pace Free
Esther Ley wilt leave the lat- ,
Lucerne. Quiet, ideal location.
of naval within ten against the general board's estimate
peer any power ter part of the week for her home in I for all Trot
Ernestine and one-half
years "by such a rate of development of $500,000,000. Inquire at 113 St., or I Mile Run.
Orlando, after time in ,
[ W. II. PALMER, Adm'r,
the year facilities by year of as may the country be permitted, but the by Complimenting the Orlando basketball Jacksonville, the guest of Miss Clare 3 West Pine St. FRI., DEC. 24: 2:19 Pace; 2:14 Trot
Brodnax at her home on West Beaver
limit defined should be attained not team Miss Nettie Camp enter- I .
street.-Times-Union. I and Cow
later than 1925." tained at a jolly dance Saturday nightat I Pony Race.
The general board expresses renewed the home of her parents, Mr. and I Oakland Six, $875 F. O. B. Orlando. '

faith in the battleship as Mrs. Clarence Camp. The informal I If And you want feel you're to be not a live alone one i M SAT., DEC. 25: 2:22 Pace. Free For

against the submarine for the first evening with the popular hostess was
I I Just do shopping early, All
line of defense. "The battleship is greatly enjoyed by nearly fifty :I And trade your right here at home. Paces, and one-half Mile Run.Everybody .
still the principal reliance of navies, guests. Those not dancing played
I| Not only now, but all the
as it has been in the past," says the cards and during the evening punch, year
report, which points out that spectac- cakes and candies were served.- ;round. It's good business.
I Good; Music Good
ular attacks by submarines have been Ocala Star. RadnR CIeaA Amusement
given undue importance by many ob- j I I "Oakland cars are sold everywhere." .I ,

servers of the war in Europe. i A. B. Vance, proprietor of the Manhattan i Howard's Studio, on the Avenue,
wishes to thank kindly for -
you very
"As in the case of submarines," the hotel of this city and the 'responding so generously to the call

report continues, "so in the case of Astor hotel of Orlando, arrived this for babies for the fair exhibit. You
battle cruisers, the particular course morning after spending several daysin have done fine. You have ioaded the I
studio that it will take until
of the present war does pot justifythe Orlando looking after business in- I I* the week up so after Christmas to getI

g prevalent exaggerated idea of terests. Mr. Vance is looking forward I ready for more. Please do not bring

their importance." to a big hotel season and the : your babies for the fair until the Knows Where We Are
The general board therefore in its way that tourists are arriving justi- !I Wednesday after Christmas. and then
we will be glad to run the free proposition -
recommendations to Secretary Dan- fes his faith.-St. Petersburg Inde-
for a short time longer. Due
iels for a continuous building pro- pendent. ((notice will be given. <

gram covering the next five years ad-

vocates the construction of ten dread-

naughts and six battle cruisers. Mr. Meat MarketT.
j Yancey
Daniels' recent recommendations to THE ALTAMONTEALTAMONTE

congress embrace the same numberof
dreadnaughts, battle s cruisers,
scouts and destroyers as the board's NOW OPEN A. YANCEY, Pres. & Gen'l Mgr.

report. Be sure and take the delightful 10 mile auto ride from Orlando,
The general board, however, rec- and see the "Beauty spot of all Florida." Delightful hotel with .
ommends that work be commenced every modern improvement. 500 feet of broad piazzas, overlookingtwo
lovely lakes, and over 40 acres in beautiful parks. Golf, Tennis
immediately upon the construction of Roque, Bowling on the green Billiard and Pool Hall, Bowling Alleys,
four battleships and three battle Boats, Orange Grove, all free to our guests. Finest fishing and
The Altamonte is noted for its magnificent location, delightful -
cruisers. On account of cramped con- shooting. You are planning your Christmas dinner now.
' ditions in the patronage and social life, (Good orchestra), Excellence of
shipyards throughout cuisine and service, and purest water in the south.
country Secretary Daniels decided
GEO. E. BATES & SON Owner and Proprieters
that the first year's program should RememberWe

include only twe battleships and two

cruisers. Action to be taken on the
ten year program has yet to be de- have the turkey, chicken, duck, or goose that you want to makeIt

termined.However, Mr Daniels and his gen- y1/vi/ a perfect dinner. Also a full and carefully selected Una of


AND THEN BOMB Native and Western

Route ;... \ ,
West Bouftd=ttea J Down / nilillta1 Meats '
81 Mi 81 ftti I ,
Orlando ........ Iliad: loilft Iiddflee@e l Via '" I Ih ,ul I II ih III'' I III i
.,..,..... 7I1t1 Uilli 4100
Winter Garden .. 7U5 iiiaa 4U& Iteef, Pork, Mutton and Lamb, Veal, Fish and Oyitr,

(C, kian f =... SiOO 400
U Eist \Houmi=Jteftd Up .

Undo ........ fh3 11x9i00: Nuts, Celery Cranberries, Lettuce and whatever else, the market affords
It?" -."".." MO, 11189 6l 00 .
> IntEr Garden .. $U6 12il6 4i45 ,
Oakland ....... *.,m 413Qrar. I j

Orlando tom Straight! R und Phone 317
Oeoet ,-..-,,..,,.,65c 1 1 00 Phone 135
Winter Garden ,,,.,66<;t J.20 The J Japanese B Bazaar Q

tfakland South "Bound-Read Route-,,.,"No...,,J TIie DownA. 1,40 J n z r rIS I WE GIVE SAVINGS CHECKS.

.m. a.m. p.m.o .
ando 7:00 10:15 6:00 l1J
be Castle ___ 7:30 10:45 6:30 I
Tft _________ 7:45 11:00 5:45 ,
North Bound-Read Up The Xmas Store of a thousand

a.m. a.m. p.m.Or.ando 1J j From the tiny imported toy to the most
________ 8:30 11:45 6:30
Pite: Castle 8:00 11:15 6:00 elaborate of imported gifts. i) Meat Market

Trft 7:45 11:00 5:45 The store where it is a delight to look Yancey
are-Pine Castle, 20c.; Taft, SOc.
Children under 12, half fare.ill around and see the beautiful things that

|/ pick you up anywhere on the beautify the home.
roM for 5 cents a mile. We all T. A. YANCEY, Pres. & Genl Mgr.
anything and everything and do
kiwis of messages for you. We have Come in and Make Your
fino cars and will make extra trip .
after the show for 5 or more fares. Selection Now!
/ charge of 10 cents for suit cases
and other large bundles on Route No. Quality service satisfaction
1, end 5 cents on Route No. 2.Frost ,
the Bus! It is better than
the:street ear.'MORTON G OVidhl 111 i l i pl" ..tll i ih" ''Ill i r
Phone 586. l r 5 .

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I ." Mechanical Toys Dolls! Dolls! Dolls! 1

k Toy Trains Boats Men Dogs, Autos, Animals, Purses Jewel) Boxes j
Undressed Kid Body, Full Jointed, Bisque ,
Cannons that Shoot, Cornets, Trombones,
Dolls Dressed Dolls of All Sizes and Prices. Ladles Neckware, Hose, Handkerchiefs, Etc.
Tea and Dinner .
Sets {
Aluminum Cooking
Velocipedes, Automobiles, Irish MaD, Carta in Holiday Boxes Men's Initial Handker
Ware and Dishes. SCHOENHUT AnT DOLLS

Rocki'it Horses, Doll Carriages, Trunks __ chiefs, Neckties, Suspenders and Hose, in
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Kitch.jn Cabinets, Furniture, Tool 1 Cheats Fancy" flexes

Chain! Pianos, Horns, Drums, Doll fled I: '

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ORLANDO CONCRETE POSTOFFICE EMPLOYES PRACTICING I. the total of $17,692,410, of which only . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1..1..1..11111111..11..1..1. ....
. ECONOMYBy $4,611,052 was within the assemblage
. WORKS period. During the year $751,000 was I

' 407 Song St. Phone 495 re-using twine from packages, collected on account of these frauds,
: postofTice employes are saving the and more are expected.The I "No Nursery Tree Is A First-Class Tree jj
total revenue collected from all
. government hundreds of dollars annually I
sources by the bureau amounted to
t Contractors for All Classes of according to a letter from the about

i Concrete Buildings. AUk postmaster general published in the $415,681,000. I Unless Budded \ \
Daily Bulletin, in which the department
Work First Class TilE U. S. STEAMBOAT SI'EC-
thanks the employes for their I

}} Also Manufacturers of co-operation in conservation. of TION SERVICE from Bearing

the department's resources.In .
r Concrete Building Blocks of ev "The service is undermanned. It I
the letter, it is stated that one
. ery designs, White Way Posts, division of the railway mail service, has an Insufficient clerical force. The II

Gates and Fence 'Posts, Lawn the twelfth, saved and used 410,874 ; field force is at times seriously over- I trees of a known
worked. It has not the requisite
Benches Art Work Vaces of pounds of twine from packages. Of
l technical staff and the funds provided
, this total, the division used 76 per
any size or design, Walks, Steps, remainder for I Its general expenses (contingent
rent (Itself, while the was and3
; Fish Ponds, Fountains etc. distributed at postoiTlces along the fund) are insufficient. It may be letdown Quantity

Building Blocks Faced with as a fact that a service of this
line, where It was used.
Granite Coquina Gravel or The postmaster at Decatur, Ala., kind ran not do Its. work any better s.
t than the public allows it to do It.
Quality of .
any other material. Call and see Recording to the letter, returned hislast "The policy has been to impose the ro.duction.
allotment of twine with a reportto
samples, 'largest responsibility over what
the effect that, through the UM of s {
; twine token from Incoming packages, seems the greatest! possible arm, and 1. .0./W.
then to provide an Insufficient clerical -
he hnd enough left from his former
flans. and Estimates 81adoConvinced force And Inspecting force to do
I allotment to last> him, not to mention
. the work meanwhile holding the service -
what he might save during tho'rom. Conner.Trees
to a searching& accountability .
ing vlx montht. .
"On behalf of ship owner and -
Another concrete instance of the
saving being accomplished U the re shippers and passengers alike, I pro. like them will work for you while you deep They can't bo
tent against continuance of these grown overnight; It takes time. Contract/ for YOUR supply N'QW.
port from the St. Louis postafflce,
conditions." Extracts from the
where over 750 pounds of twine was
"v.." said the he report of the secretary of com-
specialist, M saved in one month.
stood by the tick contractor, "1 can merce.
The letetr states that these are
cure you." Two years ago in their advertising and by actual demonstration THE OCKLAWAHA
asked sick only a few of the numerous instances
"What will it cost, the
man faintly. which the department has noticed and The want ad's the thing NURSERIES began to educate the public as to what really constituted a real, firstclassnursery

. "Ninety-five dollars. forf which the administration is gladof - --- - ------- tree of citrus fruits. The public when shown in our test groves what could be accomplished
"You will have to shade your price
, little" replied the contractor. "I the opportunity to express its appreciation by planting trees as they are grown in our nurseries began to call for, yes, DEMAND -

( got a better bid from the undertaker." for the co-operation of the DR. J. M. MASTERS trees that were properly propagated TODAY nurseries that have not been in e,.
The specialist stood pat on his price.nd employes.
his competitor got the job. istence five years, are clamoring "PEDIGREED" for their strong suit in nursery produc

We are specialists in our line of GRAND VIEW SANITARIUMPort tion. What would YOU do in their place, Mr. Planter? Why of course you would sell your
work and sanitary conditions prevail. GIVE INCOME TAX FIGURES.The
It will pay you to stay on the safe Orange, Florida trees and adopt the surest method. But you are a BUYER, not a SELLER, and YOU ARE

..ide.r interested in the very best result can get from when have
: personal income tax was paid you your grove you spent your 1

1 during_ the last fiscal year by.357,515 time and money to bring it into bearing.

r Orlando individual, who turned into the gov- Devoted to treatment, Nose, Then do not be mislead by claims intended for that purpose alone, but buy your trees where

ernment -UO-SGIG2-more by nearly Throat and Lungs. All facilitiesfor you are absolutely safe. Get them from the OCKLAWAHA NURSERIES, the originatorsof
than the total the
$13,000,000 paid by
1 Steam Laundry 357,598 making returns the year before scientific and successful proper practices in propagation for the express purpose of producing the one thing

according to the annual report of Florida needs in the market, first-class fruit and plenty of it.
r FRENCH treatment.
, LAUNDERERS the Commissioner of Internal Revenue. Our trees will cost you more, may be fifteen to thirty cents more, but Professor Shamel's

PHONE 88 The greatest Increase shown was the work in California has demonstrated that an increase of 50 per cent can be obtained our

! amounts paid by those subject to the Oakland Six, $875 F. 0. B. Orlando."Oakland $ Nay, over the ordinary method of propagation. What then is the fifteen to ihlrlytl
k normal tax-a jump from about $12-
1 comparison? CATALOGUE FREE-Write for It.
028,000 In IOU to about $10,559,000 In

, S. Helen Graves 1915. .

Incomes of $500,000 or more, 174 in

r HAIR AM FACE SPECIALIST number paid this year about $6,439-

t Shampooing, Manicuring, Facial, 'last 000 compared with about $3,437,000 al Is. fs.ow Ocklawaha Nurseries

Body Massage and Scalp treatments, year.
given under modern scientific princi The corporations paid $38,986,952,or cars are sold everywhere."

ples. My treatments have given sat about $6,627,000 less than in 1914. The O. W. Conner. Proprietor, Tangerine, Florida.
examination showed that
report says
isfactory results. Appointments can
but few W. T. ENTRICAN
be made by phone No. 679. Hours 9 corporations had purposely

to 12 a.m.; 1 to 6 p.m. falsified evade the their tax. returns or sought to LICENSED CONTRACTORfor | G. G. WRIGHT, Agent, Orlando, Florid

PARLORSYowell.Duckworth Frauds upon the government

Building through the use of artificially colored .PAINTING, DECORATING ETC.

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I One Day RATES .25 SENTINEL WANT ADS ARE READ BY 10,000 PEOPLE Fur: Sii.D:loathes tl 75e I
For Three Day ::::::.5

FOR RENT Attractive business

Garage.room. See 11. R. Berry, at the ll-ll-tf Ford I H R. BERRY' i .

FOR RENT-Unfurnished, two room I
flat in business section, with bath -- i
and I I.. I..all Payne modern, Watkins conveniences.block. Apply 14Ni I A complete line of Ford Acces '

sories; a staff of expert mechanics FOR SALEA

primary to render satisfaction in all !
room First Methodist church; telephone
221, or call 14 East Jackson Just
lines of Automobile
street. 10-20-tfc Repair

FOR RENT-Large pleasant' furnished Real EstateTRACY [I Work. Vulcanizing, Oils and I fine lot 55 ft. by 130 ft. on
with private family,
II --- --, -- -- Gasoline, and fair and square' ;
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close in. 302 North Orange avenue. -----1 t te

t I 12-12-tfc and& cabinet SOMERVILLF maker-Carpenters Screen-'I prices. II S. West St. $2300.

WANTED doors and windows, frames, sleeping
porches, counters, shelving, showcases !
WANTED-Ford touring car, cheapfor refrigerators, alterations and I
cash; also one Ford touring additions. We keep a number of For Nine Years .
------ -- body complete, in good condition. skilled workmen const..wtly on hand.
FOR SALE Answer quick. Box 93, Orlando, Fla. 18 East Church street. _12-2-lmo We have been in business at the C.A.HOVEY
NOTARY PUBLIC, with seal. I wake I I!
FORI SALE-Dwelling, six rooms, WANTED-Vv'ant to a small I a spialty of deeds, mortgages, '!;same location, Corner of South

pn ctically new, nice condition, with house and lot; also a vacant lot; leases, contracts etc. Price very leai i I Main and Church Streets.
lawn bearing citrus fruit trees, roses, must not be far out; price must be sonable. Mrs. II. B. Leake, 45 East
and shrubbery; near Lake Eola; very ripht. Address A. B. C., care Senti Pine street. Phone 179. 11-3-lmoc Phone 226Orlando'
desire ble location. $1,000, terms. nel. 12-18-tf I
Box 33
Addii --
"Owner -
Fla. J 11-16-lmoc WANTED-By a white woman position & Leading Repair Shop

as cook, matron, companion, or CLINT BASS and GarageEXCURSION
FORI SALE-FOR RENT-Houses, housekeeper. Addres L. E. M.. 114 I 1 ----- -- -
furnished and unfurnished. Also ( East Concord avenue. 12-21-3t
P Ol375
lots. Call and see what Advertise in the Sentinel
some splendid --- --
1 have to offer before you buy or FOR RENT-Two furnished rooms, West Jefferson Street I
rent. Mrs. 11. B. Leake 45: East Pin with all conveniences. Apply 209
atreat or 312 Broadway. Phone 179.108dw.lmo Palmetto stre t. 11-27-tfe Suecccmer to

LOST Hand Wood CompanyWood
FOR SALE-A good five room house, --
condition, in good location J LOST-Small faced watch,
in fine open onpin Account of Hammond & Gore
of All Kinds
' hot and cold waterj& three Iota& a bar. between Lake Lucerne and theEmpire
qsin for quick buyer Call attie hotel. Monogram L. D. Lu on PllOMPT SttttVlCli'
Summerlin. -.- back. Return to Orlando Bank and C ristmas Holidays >FUNEKAL DIRECTORS AND EM11ALMEHS!:
---- fruit Co. and receive reward. IlltA50NUJLlt IJJlIClt,
POtt SALti-Pine" saddle horse cjieBeefls il-3-tftf
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L. Giles. -
MISCELLANEOUS .. VII Itetll! l Valued Low 1'Hfcs
ALt1 Ltirg@! refrlyruter ndbl't@r .
hUt =
\ Hiarkel filtutes, "eAt1./ IU. HEO, T. JILL CO
A, 1\nutty = Atlantic Coast Line
= t'hm@ itri tintk IUd IK., .Hm.iti, :a 1
fUIC HALB ATllAHflAlNrent \ tell tarnishel, t'ItIlIUltt' ,I see us It interWed in rea II Orlando would probably b@ I OUR FURNITURE

new OF will modern j aril(lOfl\ll\\ "HFI\@UV@ h@tI, Mate epy( ,Rental I HIV-, belt carefully ftf @lrlian attended 1!@ pr@p ta.1Ii.lmne = referred to the Model. If h@ Standard Railroad of the I outh"Tick@ts
and thfutttoryi near (,""@
pretty toltil: \\ 1 two'town stones, five reom. \ftth., ( should flk! about a Jomp.A\ at We provide the quality ef furniture that hag 1 long teen ties
rltJftl1l Iilifll1iOIf pnrfh, and gamin@r iepte4 by knowing furniture buyers!! M the standard pf merit, Ifen
AT CHRISTMAS will be rood vhieh to ant,
dining rp um. Addrrsa. Owner) UQnl to give photographs you if ma4e at ,arttelt ii here it U good, It wouldn't\ be here were t it otherwise
Pf call ,at au tiraadw\\Q-4w= -U !Evans;, No. 103 North Main, one block! He would find\ that the die t IHJ14: Pec, Wh tQ 85th We fIU\' make this point too pjear\ =it is. one of the foundation
north of court house, Make the appointment }- atones. of this business And that means much to any buyer.
regular meals and lye specials
Studebaker road!, now Phone 125, ( inclusive limited to reach orig*
FOR! SALE; -Small
liter, perfect condition, runs as quietas U-23-Jmoo were the best that could be inal starting point by midnight
J, U Nearby,
an electric; bargain Umbrella recovered and repaired served for the price. If he
1226tc "while you wait." at Young's Repair January 10th," McNEILL & DAVIS BLOCK
should choose elaborate
a more
FOR. SALE OR RENT-By owner,, Shop, 21 E. Pine St.
Corner Orange Ave. and Church Street, Orlando, Florida
t tv4k f the prettiest bungalows in order he could be sure that the
town. Each has six large rooms, hall MILK COWS-I can furnish anyone I
and bath, with all modern conven with a car load of nice milk cows, charge would be reasonable. For Information Call on

iences. One just about completed, ill fresh or heavy springers. Prices I If only a cup of coffee or a W. D. WHITE, D. T. A.
other one to be completed by reasonable. J. W. Stegall, Thomas-
December; nice lots and fine location, dUe Ga. 12-lC-8t piece of pie, he would get the W. R O'NEAL, C. P. & T. A.

and near$3,250 Lake; cash Cherokee.payment Price and terms.north-$3,500 REDUCE TilE COST OF LIVING best. Orlando Try a Want Ad in the Sentinel

Also a four room bungalow in Buy English trees. The peas
of town. This bungalowand pea It pays to be reliable.
eastern part I are very much like the ones that prow
1 lot 50 by 150 feet, $950, or on vines. They are very prolific.
with 2 lots $1050;Home cash, 511 and Palmer terms. Also for sale choice budded grapefruit Oysters fresh every day. L.iiinher. D it ll11"1 < 1 ShIngleS
Address Kentucky and orange trees. Call at 307
street, Orlando. Phone 686. East Pine street. Phone No. 604. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT 5
12-15-lmoc 12-19-t.:
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FOR SALE-Tract of 135 acres,part- I.OST-Startinlt crank for Hudson
ly cleared, between Zellwood and car, in Orlando. $1 reward when The ModelCafe
Terms. S. S. 7
Sorrento. Price $1.000. returned to San Juan Garage.
TUatlack. Box 656, Tampa, Fla. 12-23-He
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t'OIl m'NT-Nlce: pleasant rooms'I ( I Il T ANT )( )
FOR SALE-Ten room bungalow; for light housekeeping, in private ,
lake front, two lots, modern house, family; modern and convenient. 315 Slemons' Millinery
Will fur-
twenty bearing citrus trees. West Central avenue. 12-23-6tc

nish to purchaser good tenant for __ ___ _
east half of house for one year, with h Cement, Aoatite Plaster and Lime
privilege of three at twenty-five dollars LADIES' HATS ... ,
a month. This will net purchaser Phone 5 for - -
6 per cent. and his own rent. Address CHILDREN'S HATS -
Saskatah, care Sentinel. 12-19-10t FISH AND OYSTERS We offer a choice selection of
Ladies Velvet Hats at $2.00 $3.00
FOR SALE A bargain, $15 Columbia Every Day
$4.00. $5.00, $6.00.
graphophone, with 28 disc records -
$15. Inquire at 207 Ridgewood filE WALDECKER FISH CO. Childrens Hats $1.00, $1.50 and uf>.
avenue. 12-19-3tc Our styles are so good-and our
... 39 West Church Street
reasonable that will
prices are so you
BARGAIN IN t.OTS-Three, close find our store the best place in the .
'In, on West Central avenue: gar ----- -
age almost built. Cha 1*. Dow. city for millinery.

.1217tte. ..... Will Sacrifice Slemons Millinery t

FOIL SALELeUuee, onion!, cabbage Leave the Furnace for Real Winte
and collard plants, 602 NV, Central Store
avenue 1n: -14-tfe I

1"On RENT Your home cnn be jut m wnrm and cozy with n few handy Gn heaters, during these\
GUARANTEED TREES Best and Promptest

l-'Olt) & llKST-tOn: ) Cp\.nl! Urive nn.l chilly days, iw If you underwent the constant nnnoynnce of tending A dirty, "ernnky"
lark lake. five\ turlll"h ,1 huu ekaeiIIIg Auto Livery \
ftlOm. UU, (llltt'ifit'it't an. All True To Name funmee And there I I" no the to build, no !soot or ashes to utrugBle with. When you
city wrier, Apply\ 4U J Jllflvp. ; unlit
fi to 7 font tree Service
1'lion 441 -- ....",.,..- -nI\HI-\ '...... nOr BACH enter n room, simply light the Gnu Ilenter and you have" warmth: when you leave, turnIt

I'OH nNNT; =Rummer fpHII1( ; also
suite of four rooms with II beds\ ; All 1 JUn'nrI tI budded on 5-PASSENGER[ olf nnd your epen immediately cen ea,

aim a room flat for light hOllleheth nnd root, from
1 |'nlfl| dectrie lights, bath, telephone, sour grapefruit
attractive, grounds. $19 per month known stock,

.up..28-tmt 10V. Concord avenue Conway NurseryIt BUICK CARWe Gas Heaters Can Save Your Coal Bills

the futile Gift Bhcp Is located' this T* 1'EEL lly uslhg tins Itentei-s tti all but the! coldest weathetytlu cntt hnhe your coal bill tans
second ilo of
season bl1 the left tletd-- Orhttidtt it It 1 L tall anywhere .t *riy time
iucktrorth' building at of
(oh (-12 J-8-tfe hentlhf$ Is much more! economical! ,than) t coal lu nUhit. Ahd It heals Where! JroU Vrahl Itj.
- -- - '
hill } twrt t *lbfj ilif. Coin's Transfer Co tutt=hat: the! ba emeht br' the! unused t-oohii: I We have! a tk lleatef Ib lit any sired tbtJill
IIiIt-I ,
hl+lit !efH t ih4EH WIVES, AlUNIKItS, UAUtili1
h. 4t {IWtl i) EF btH litltt-nt-jll$ tIltit \\d 26l < Of jAil AYE Ph8Hi4g in vtiUF huUf>e> Cume In liiid set it>
TfiILM WMWfIlMAltfellltl
;l "b t1t11ttlftltIiI.ott1t.f! : ; 8kiketlH!! ,
l I8: lid!!: AI HAUUN6! OF All MIND
n ..I , rfMzI I I110IINO 18Itay

FOH IV {NFAiik@4: Faynhin Pftn6 PIRnt Roe
HNT--N\"F\ llRfnfll{ AAj'HI.' y ,

INFIX' t '1and' ..\I1I1H"1 1 AR:" !i tf. I'I t rtJi IW4F fAF h. the "Men": ; R lion of I Bush@, Petunia( ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO

1RjcRrNR.t440G f PtHF! HFtI@! ? H flh


WANTED-Position ai cook Pr housework leave your order her
t by n nht;) woman. A goo J Jtook.
Hefcrences. Call Lenox House,
West Church: street 12-23-31'

.Violet Dell Florist
FOR RENT-Three suites of light !
housekeeping rooms, with all mod '
ern conveniences, close in, near Kola
.,ark. A sunny place in a pleasant A Smoke That Will Put ThemIn J. M. CARUTHERS I
neighborhood. 307 Pine street. Phone
t 604. 12-19-6t a Good Humor For 1916. Phois. 509. 408 Sootfe Lab 8t

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5 LOCAL AND PERSONAL i MIMMMMMMM . . . i. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . ... . . . .t

I i
See our Christmas menu in this
F Di Issue. Orland Care |.|2-23-2te

Mr 0. M, Jacobs, one of Chuluo.
ta's prosperous ail well known tillleh .
*, ppeht yesterday, In Utlahdd lookIng l
lifter business ht UHII.
i -
HirUlm-ta! tllhtivfr-Aria? htfo-, .toe.
M ilst kg yMturHertatlotta fcarljithlf
i : i. h
i Glad Tiding!
( llrtlHHfk'p' Jllll Idli, ftf;
l8-18-lf' _
'Hie Mfety t of dour fund' l eo;opftFit2 December 20th
i:: I:: Iltj MhV! |IHtttHF! ( Hf UlM I ItlU1MB :
lion of OUP olfieirtU' promptnwi and l-hHtthi. Hill hfPrtfli fit\ (ilP IJPW
eourtny> of our mploynnli friendly ---- fhitPf l in l P flfipftM park' Smfay aftFrnAAn fti f-

intend t in four welfare are fill\ points thftt : \ 2 p- m 5M it f The day t to Join( our

the PtntP "dune\ invite* you to cannier = T5p qal nil' ''mfti innH wilt I+eserFK4 Xmas Savings Club
at HAiimArtt 'Inn, lvin4ermere,
when hppslnfl the institution ypn will ; 1 hristmas ay at I A' IAf:". 'J| per
phu=t:, Je( tfvp year table early.'hone .
hnn with lulu} l-3}: -! -JtF' 2c .
Deposit now
\Ve solicit small 13 well as large accounts
let Christmas dinner the
-both will have our equally careful l Astor..2-2..tc Cafe.your Just like home, At Receive $25,50 next Xmas. $63.95

Mrs. Billie Collins and! daughterarrived -
THE in Orlando yesterday after
noon and will spend the winter with .
STATE BANK Hev. and! Mra. J, I 1) Iteneker at their The Peoples National Bank
on lluu'hey street.
Turkey cranberry sauce homemade "The only NATIONAL Bank in

ORLANDO mince pie plum pudding and Orange County""It
hard sauce nuts and raUins. Astor
Caf.-Chri"tmu. M .'Jl-lte

Is A Pleasure To Serve
A Christmas dinner, well seasoned
at Orland Car,. M'j: .:'Jil-ite: : You'r

Messrs. W. II. Hchooley and| W. II.
Mow ro were In Orlando yesterday In
their automobile ndvertUlntf, the Vo-
tusks. county fair, which will b" held

In DeLand, January 252'J.Mr .

!!. \V.V.. Pierce and son, WII .
lIam, have arrived in Orlando from .
Tampa, to spend the holidays with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. M. New
man, at their home on East Anderson
street. ilililllilliiMlinMIMIMMMMIMMIMMMMMMMiilMlllilllllllMllllilli . . . . . . . . . . .. . ,

U RDDKHUPMDBILE Fresh pack Cohoon's Donax clam . . . . . . . ..f.. II ... ,. . .HMMfl
bouillon for sale at all leading pro-
HAYNES cers. Cohoon Packing Co., Orlando
DealerHUPPEL I Fla. 1-12-ia-lrxK

RIDE in Ilamncic'atne> nUll out
hour 12 miles. far 3ic.28tf,' ,

ServiceNew Mr. and Mrs. John II. Hunter and
daughter, Miss Margaret who have TAKE ONE RIDEIn
been spending! the summer! at Valley
i .Falls N. Y., have returned to Orlando .
and are again occupying their
I home, 42.1 Colonial Drive. that STUDEBAKER Seven-Passenger

Savings checks are accepted M cash
1 In Peoples the Nntlcnal savings, hank department ll-ll-tl of the 40 Horse Power Model at $885 and then decide

For' unusual and Itt'UUc! tlfK b
to the tuttie Ulft Plioji. 1 f-12.8tfeMrs. !
ir The beat 1916 value offered! !
J> I L tlUrti MlMM! ! t.ltllrth Ah.
till* hlnl Allt'lttihLA ItM lh*, nhi) MhA
I H.} VuWbll Hli rttHblitf \the |uiiUlrtFlftmlllti | \
VYfftlhg 18 HljUy t till IIhtRt! ftlhl ftltF :

:: Ford Home eueni ef a real live ntv>it ittlp. an Juan Garage Company
jiijfll tQ lIltt t \ Fi H\lI+ 1 fitl J\R\
Fnhti! !lftha lety, intjts\ ] "' nI.lil1it t I
ltuem HiHMU'!
Now :
Open OrlandoDaytona11'MIMiMHIiHMtMililMIMMMIili
3a 1iea4tiful fhriitmi\1i gifts thtl\
a !"'Q i tl1 ffonth' Orange At emit ll4c Is Gift J3 hap(, seFpnd tint tnwel IJ'
; Telephpne I des worth\ 4ihtni, : HaHt 1 :

V Messrs. Chas. R, and W. T- nina'di,
Standard QAsofin two of Forid4'a) popular commercial

hf Goodrich Firest 'prct OUt Goodyear representatives, have arrived in Or- . .... ......J. > rMMMilliM .<. ... ..rriq.www .
lando to spend! the holidays with
States Tires e, Ajax and United. their mother, Mrs. A. Hinaldi at her
s Free Air at the Curb." home on the corner of Anderson and 'MMtMMMIIMMMIMIMMM> . M. MMf . . . . . ,. . ..... . .rI t MH '
i South Lake streets.

Hide llamrick's jitney bus 6c.
;) Ke this Ford Home Your Ford Home." 'H.8.tf|
S F. G. RUSHMMMMMMMMIMM Mr. and Mm. Frank A. Gilford son EDUCATE
and daughter, are again occupying!
r I their pretty home on Colonial Drive,
J having recently returned from Valley I YOUR
FA' Full, N. Y., where they spent the
summer. They have A host of friend
who are pleased to see them.

...... . . " . . . .''MMMTHE FUli ana oysters. received daily. CHILDREN *
II. M SelCo.; MOtc

NI-"EST DESIGNS When you want I fine fruit and N I.'
fnnrv box randy, visit the Xew Store, In Banking}
IN SILVEHWAHE, JEWELHY at No ft? Went Church street. ,
AND NOVELTIES 1.12i2t'Mr.: and Money

It. L. Magee, of the firm of
Ueing constantly in touch with the leading silversmiths Matters "
Magee Bros., wholesale produce mer-
and jeweler-craftsmen of the country, our stock is always
chants, Easton 1'a., who is making a
keeping with the latest style in silverware
bracelets, etc.When rings, tour of Florida spent yesterday in as wellas
Orlando. This was Mr. Magee's first
new and beautiful designs are created we are
trip to Orlando and to attempt to
among the first stores in the country to show them You tell our readers what his impressionswere
never buy out-of-date articles here.
of this section after being driven BooksThe
Our displays for Christmas will interest
you. Thereare around the city and the adjacent
some very new and very beautiful noveltiessomething country would be a waste of words.
to please everyone to whom you want to give. Come lie simply fell in love with Orlando BEST WAY to TEACH Them is to Let Them Have a SAVINGS ACCOUN'i'inTIIIS :
early and choose while the wide
assortment offers the BANKII
and hopes to be able in a short timeto
4 best opportunity.
Y You'll not be disappointed at this store. We see to build a home here where he can HABITS of INDUSTRY and THRIFT developed In early youth will give them a startto
least three months of the
that. spend! at success at a time when their whole lives are still before them!

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

-f' .-_i_I.l'.tfDoctors The Orlando Bank & Trust Company :


UuekIIIstslr(! tti iiriindiia'OSTEOPATHS Orlando, Florida 1


f tr.onkl, Instruction' under Dr Still Capital Surplus and Profits $141CCO,00
it Kiriivll! Mo. .

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